OMNi-3000S/St Service Manual
OMNi-3000S/ST
SERVICE MANUAL
OMNi-3000S
OMNi-3000ST
IMPORTANT
• Do not carry out installation, operation, service, or
maintenance until thoroughly understanding the
contents of this manual.
• Keep this manual available at all times for installation, operation, service, and maintenance.
Manual No. 0170A
OMNi-3000S/ST Service Manual
© Ishida Co., Ltd. 2002
All rights are reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form, or by
any means, mechanical, electronic, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission of Ishida.
No patent liability is assumed with respect to the use of the information contained herein. Moreover, because Ishida is constantly
striving to improve its high-quality products, the information contained in this manual is subject to change without notice. Every
precaution has been taken in the preparation of this manual. Nevertheless, Ishida assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions.
Neither is any liability assumed for damages resulting from the use of the information contained in this publication.
OMNi-3000S/ST Service Manual
SAFETY CONSIDEATIONS
This service manual contains information necessary for servicing the OMNi-3000ST. It is strongly advised
that you read and clearly understand the contents of this manual before beginning any maintenance on
this machine. The following safety measures must be observed to ensure the safe servicing of this
machine:
• Servicing is to be done by qualified service personnel only
These service instructions are for use by qualified service personnel who fully understand the potenti
hazards involved. To avoid any possible danger, do not perform any service procedures unless
qualified to do so.
• Perform only the specified service procedures
To ensure personal safety, do not perform any service procedures that are not specifically mentioned
in this manual.
• Properly ground machinery
As a Class 1 electrical device, this machine requires protective grounding for safe operation. To avoid
any potential electrical shock, securely attach the protective ground wire to the main grounding
provision.
• Avoid servicing while power is being supplied
Power supply to the machine is disconnected only when the electrical plug is removed from the electrical
outlet. For protection against electrical shock, remove plug before performing any servicing to the
machine. Machine servicing while power is being supplied and covers or enclosures are opened or
removed should be avoided as much as possible. When servicing cannot be performed by any other
means, service personnel should take precautions against the danger of electrical shock or other
potential hazard involved.
• Take precaution against residual electrical charge hazard
Capacitors inside the machine may still hold an electrical charge even after power is disconnected.
• Use same type fuses and components for replacement parts
To avoid the potential hazards involved, do not replace fuses or components with types other than
those specified in the parts list for this machine.
MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS
To insure the safety and long operating life of this machine, it is important to observe the following
precautions:
• Keep the area around the machine clear of any dust and debris
• Do not leave screws or other foreign objects in the machine after performing routine
maintenance since this can cause major damage to the machine when the electrical switch
is turned on.
• Always remove wires by holding the connector and pulling to disconnect.
Do not disconnect by pulling on the wires themselves since this may cause a wire to snap or damage
he connection.
• Before disassembling or adjusting this machine, make sure you thoroughly understand
and follow each step in the order indicated in this manual.
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CONTENTS
Chapter 1
OMNi-3000S OVERVIEW
1.1
APPEARANCE ................................................................................................................. 1-2
1.2
BASIC SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................ 1-3
1.3
NAME OF EACH UNIT ...................................................................................................... 1-4
1.4
NAME OF EACH MOTOR ................................................................................................ 1-5
1.5
NAME OF EACH POWER SUPPLY ................................................................................ 1-6
1.6
FUNCTION OF EACH UNIT ............................................................................................. 1-7
1.7
STICKERS ....................................................................................................................... 1-9
1.7.1 WARNING SYMBOLS .................................................................................................. 1-9
1.7.2 STICKER DEFINITIONS ............................................................................................ 1-10
1.7.3 STICKER PLACEMENT ............................................................................................. 1-11
Chapter 2
OMNi-3000ST OVERVIEW
2.1
APPEARANCE ................................................................................................................. 2-2
2.2
BASIC SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................ 2-3
2.3
NAME OF EACH UNIT ...................................................................................................... 2-4
2.4
NAME OF EACH MOTOR ................................................................................................ 2-5
2.5
NAME OF EACH POWER SUPPLY ................................................................................ 2-6
2.6
FUNCTION OF EACH UNIT ............................................................................................. 2-7
2.7
STICKERS ....................................................................................................................... 2-9
2.7.1 WARNING SYMBOLS .................................................................................................. 2-9
2.7.2 STICKER DEFINITIONS ............................................................................................ 2-10
2.7.3 STICKER PLACEMENT ............................................................................................. 2-11
Chapter 3
INSTALLATION
3.1
INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS ...................................................................................... 3-2
3.1.1 NECESSARY TOOLS .................................................................................................. 3-2
3.1.2 PROHIBITED LOCATIONS .......................................................................................... 3-2
3.1.3 POWER SUPPLY ......................................................................................................... 3-2
3.1.4 PACKING MATERIALS ................................................................................................ 3-3
3.1.5 WORK CLOTHES ........................................................................................................ 3-3
3.2
LEVEL ADJUSTMENT ...................................................................................................... 3-4
3.3
INSTALLATION SPACE .................................................................................................... 3-5
3.4
SAFETY SWITCH ............................................................................................................ 3-6
3.5
CABLE CONNECTION .................................................................................................... 3-7
3.6
3.7
MAIN POWER ON/OFF ................................................................................................... 3-8
3.6.1 POWER ON ................................................................................................................. 3-8
3.6.2 POWER OFF ............................................................................................................... 3-8
3.6.3 EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON .................................................................................... 3-8
MEMORY INITIALZATION ................................................................................................. 3-9
3.8
LABEL SETTING ............................................................................................................ 3-11
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3.9
FILM ROLL SETTING ..................................................................................................... 3-12
3.9.1 FILM SETTING .......................................................................................................... 3-13
3.9.2 FILM POSITION ADJUSTMENT ................................................................................. 3-14
3.9.3 BRAKE UNIT ADJUSTMENT ..................................................................................... 3-15
3.10 HEATER SWITCH .......................................................................................................... 3-16
Chapter 4
TEST MODE
4.1
HARDWARE TEST .......................................................................................................... 4-2
4.1.1 KEY CHECK ................................................................................................................. 4-3
4.1.2 COMMUNICATION CHECK .......................................................................................... 4-7
4.1.3 A/D CHECK .................................................................................................................. 4-8
4.1.4 THERMAL HEAD SET ................................................................................................. 4-9
4.1.5 PROGRAM NUMBER ................................................................................................ 4-11
4.2
MEMORY INITIALIZATION .............................................................................................. 4-12
4.2.1 RAM DISK ALL CLEAR PROCESS ........................................................................... 4-12
4.2.2 E2PROM INITIALIZE PROCESS ................................................................................ 4-12
4.2.3 TEST DATA SETTING PROCESS ............................................................................ 4-13
4.3
PERIPHERAL MACHINE ................................................................................................ 4-14
4.3.1 WRAPPER CHECK ................................................................................................... 4-15
4.3.2 WRAPPER SETTING ................................................................................................ 4-16
4.3.3 PRINTER ADJUSTMENT ........................................................................................... 4-18
4.4
FILE CONTROL ............................................................................................................. 4-21
4.4.1 FILE CHECK .............................................................................................................. 4-22
4.4.2 DATA SAVE / LOAD .................................................................................................. 4-23
4.5
ROM SWITCH SETTING ............................................................................................... 4-26
4.5.1 ROM SWITCH SETTING 1/2 ..................................................................................... 4-26
4.5.2 ROM SWITCH SETTING 2/2 ..................................................................................... 4-29
Chater 5
SETUP MODE
5.1
LABEL FORMAT .............................................................................................................. 5-2
5.2
BARCODE SETUP .......................................................................................................... 5-5
5.3
CODE SETUP ................................................................................................................. 5-7
5.4
INITIAL DATA SET ............................................................................................................ 5-8
5.5
PRINT SELECTION ....................................................................................................... 5-11
5.6
AUTO RENEW SET ....................................................................................................... 5-12
5.7
TOTAL SELECT ............................................................................................................. 5-13
5.8
FUNCTION KEY SET ..................................................................................................... 5-14
5.9
PASSWORD SETTING .................................................................................................. 5-16
5.10 LABEL FORMAT EDIT ................................................................................................... 5-17
5.10.1 FORMAT CHANGE .................................................................................................... 5-17
5.10.2 LABEL FORMAT HEADER EDIT ............................................................................... 5-19
5.10.3 FORMAT EDIT FOR EACH UNIT .............................................................................. 5-20
5.11 WRAPPER SETTING .................................................................................................... 5-41
5.12 LABEL POSITION ADUSTMENT ................................................................................... 5-45
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Chapter 6
PROGRAM MODE
6.1
PLU FILE .......................................................................................................................... 6-2
6.1.1 PLU FILE SCREEN 1/3................................................................................................ 6-2
6.1.2 PLU FILE SCREEN 2/3................................................................................................ 6-5
6.1.3 PLU FILE SCREEN 2/3................................................................................................ 6-6
6.1.4 PLU FILE SCREEN 3/3................................................................................................ 6-8
6.2
COMMODITY NAME....................................................................................................... 6-10
6.2.1 COMMODITY NAME EDIT SCREEN ......................................................................... 6-10
6.2.2 SAVE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN................................................................ 6-14
6.2.3 DELETION CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN ....................................................... 6-15
6.2.4 COPY EXECUTION CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN .......................................... 6-16
6.2.5 EDITOR SPECIFICATION .......................................................................................... 6-17
6.3
PRICE CHANGE ............................................................................................................ 6-18
6.3.1 PRICE CHANGE EDIT SCREEN................................................................................ 6-18
6.3.2 PRICE CHANGE (REAL) EDIT SCREEN .................................................................. 6-19
6.3.3 PRICE CHANGE (BATCH) EDIT SCREEN ................................................................ 6-20
6.4
EXTRA MESSAGE ......................................................................................................... 6-21
6.4.1 EXTRA MESSAGE EDIT SCREEN ............................................................................ 6-21
6.4.2 SAVE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN................................................................ 6-22
6.4.3 DELETE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN ........................................................... 6-23
6.4.4 COPY CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN .............................................................. 6-24
6.5
DATE/TIME REGISTRATION ......................................................................................... 6-25
6.6
STORE NAME/ADDRESS ............................................................................................. 6-26
6.6.1 STORE FILE EDIT SCREEN ..................................................................................... 6-26
6.6.2 STORE FILE DELETE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN ..................................... 6-27
6.6.3 STORE NAME EDIT SCREEN ................................................................................... 6-28
6.6.4 STORE NAME SAVE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN ....................................... 6-29
6.6.5 STORE NAME DELETE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN .................................. 6-30
6.6.6 STORE NAME COPY CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN ...................................... 6-31
6.6.7 STORE ADDRESS EDIT SCREEN ........................................................................... 6-32
6.6.8 STORE ADDRESS SAVE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN ................................ 6-33
6.6.9 STORE ADDRESS DELETE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN ........................... 6-34
6.6.10 STORE ADDRESS COPY CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN ............................... 6-35
6.7
PRESET ........................................................................................................................ 6-36
6.7.1 PRESET FILE EDIT SCREEN ................................................................................... 6-36
6.7.2 DELETE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN ........................................................... 6-37
6.8
BARCODE CHECK LABEL ........................................................................................... 6-38
6.9
DEPARTMENT NAME .................................................................................................... 6-39
6.9.1 DEPARTMENT NAME EDIT SCREEN ....................................................................... 6-39
6.9.2 SAVE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN................................................................ 6-40
6.9.3 DELETE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN ........................................................... 6-41
6.9.4 COPY CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN .............................................................. 6-42
6.10 GROUP NAME ............................................................................................................... 6-43
6.10.1 GROUP NAME EDIT SCREEN .................................................................................. 6-43
6.10.2 SAVE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN................................................................ 6-44
6.10.3 DELETE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN ........................................................... 6-45
6.10.4 COPY CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN .............................................................. 6-46
6.11 TRAY FILE ...................................................................................................................... 6-47
6.11.1 TRAY PROGRAM 1/2 SCREEN ................................................................................ 6-47
6.11.2 TRAY PROGRAM 2/2 SCREEN ................................................................................ 6-49
6.11.3 TRAY PROGRAM 1/2 DELETE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN ....................... 6-50
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6.11.4
6.11.5
6.11.6
6.11.7
TRAY NAME EDIT SCREEN ...................................................................................... 6-51
RAY NAME SAVE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN ............................................. 6-52
TRAY NAME DELETE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN ..................................... 6-53
TRAY NAME COPY CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN ......................................... 6-54
6.12 CAMPAIGN ITEM ............................................................................................................ 6-55
6.12.1 CAMPAIGN ITEM 1/2 EDIT SCREEN ........................................................................ 6-55
6.12.2 CAMPAIGN ITEM 1/2 DELETE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN ........................ 6-56
6.12.3 CAMPAIGN ITEM 2/2 EDIT SCREEN ........................................................................ 6-57
6.12.4 CAMPAIGN ITEM 2/2 DELETE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN ........................ 6-58
6.13 CASSETTE NUMBER .................................................................................................... 6-59
6.14 MACHINE SETUP .......................................................................................................... 6-60
6.15 ONLINE SETUP ............................................................................................................. 6-61
6.16 FILE DOWNLOAD ......................................................................................................... 6-62
6.17 NUTRITION .................................................................................................................... 6-63
Chapter 7
MAIN UNITS & ERROR MESSAGES
7.1
CONTROL CONSOLE ..................................................................................................... 7-3
7.2
PRINTER / APPLICATOR ................................................................................................ 7-5
7.3
REAR WRAP MOTOR ..................................................................................................... 7-8
7.4
LEFT / RIGHT WRAP MOTOR ...................................................................................... 7-10
7.5
DISCHARGE PUSHER .................................................................................................. 7-12
7.6
REAR FILM FEEDER MOVEMENT ............................................................................... 7-14
7.7
FILM FEED DRIVE ......................................................................................................... 7-16
7.8
INFEED CONVEYOR / SCALE UNIT ............................................................................. 7-18
7.9
FILM PRESS ROLLER .................................................................................................. 7-20
7.10 LIFT SIZE CHANGE ........................................................................................................ 7-22
7.11 PRINTER MOVEMENT (L/R) ......................................................................................... 7-24
7.12 POLISHED FILM FEED ROLLER .................................................................................. 7-26
7.13 FILM CUTTER ................................................................................................................ 7-28
7.14 LIFT SERVO CONTROLLER ........................................................................................ 7-30
7.15 FILM FEEDER ................................................................................................................ 7-32
7.16 BOARDS (P-857, P-858A, P-858B, P-858C) ................................................................. 7-34
7.17 EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON ...................................................................................... 7-40
7.18 FOREIGN OBJECT / ITEM SENSOR ............................................................................ 7-42
7.19 SOLENOID ..................................................................................................................... 7-44
7.20 FILM TENSION CONTROL DIAL .................................................................................... 7-46
7.21 LIFT ................................................................................................................................ 7-48
7.22 SAFETY SWITCH .......................................................................................................... 7-50
7.23 LIFT DRIVE .................................................................................................................... 7-52
7.24 LIFT HEAD ..................................................................................................................... 7-54
7.25 FUSE MAX. CAPACITY .................................................................................................. 7-55
7.26 DISCHARGE CONVEYOR ............................................................................................ 7-58
7.27 NON-MESSAGE ERROR CONDITIONS ....................................................................... 7-60
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Chapter 8
LOAD CELL UNIT
8.1
LOCATION OF MAIN PARTS ........................................................................................... 8-2
8.2
REPLACING THE LOAD CELL UNIT ............................................................................... 8-3
8.3
SPAN ADJUSTMENT ........................................................................................................ 8-6
8.3.1 ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE ...................................................................................... 8-6
8.3.2 SPAN ADJUSTMENT FLOWCHART ........................................................................... 8-7
Chapter 9
9.1
WRAPPING KNOWLEDGE
WRAPPING PROGRAMMING .......................................................................................... 9-2
Chapter 10 WIRING DIAGRAMS .............................................................................................. 10-1
Chapter 11 HELP MESSAGE
11.1 HELP SCREENS ........................................................................................................... 11-2
Chapter 12 ERROR MESSAGES
12.1 ERROR MESSAGES BY NUMBER ............................................................................... 12-2
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1.2 BASIC SPECIFICATIONS
Scale
Printer
Control Console
Wrapper
Weighing capacity
30lb
Wrapping capacity
Accuracy
15lb
1/3000
Minimum graduation
Thermal head
0.01 lb. (Single range)
60mm, 7.4 dot/mm
Printing speed
Printing size
85mm/sec.
Auto: 64mm (W) × 85mm (H)
Font style
Manual : 64mm (W) × 120mm (H)
Reverse, Bold, Bold Reverse, Underline, Ruled Line
Display method
Preset keys
9.4 inch analog touch panel
72 × 2 keys
Function keys
Number of programs
48 keys
Up to approx. 3000
Wrapping speed
(when production total is not performed)
Max. 30 packs/min. (190 × 100mm tray)
Wrapping size
Film size
Film material
Power supply
130 to 410mm (W) : 5.1 to 16.1 inch
130 to 260mm (D) : 5.1 to 10.2 inch
20 to 150mm (H) : 0.8 to 5.9 inch
350 to 610mm: 13.8 to 24.0 inch
Poly orephine / vinyl chloride
3-phase 208 (220/240) VAC, 60Hz
Note 1: Wrapping conditions listed in the above specifications may differ depending on tray shape or weight.
2: Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
S: Rotating applicator
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1.3 NAME OF EACH UNIT
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1.4 NAME OF EACH MOTOR
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1.5 NAME OF EACH POWER SUPPLY
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1.6 FUNCTION OF EACH UNIT
- Transports the tray to the lift heads.
- Contains the scale and is driven by the stepping motor after the tray is weighed.
The motor drives a chain containing four claws which push the tray. The
chain stops when it passes the reference position sensor.
- Weighs a maximum capacity of up to 30lb
Scale
0.01lb (from 15lb up to 30lb).
- Lifts the tray vertically up to the wrapper unit.
Lift Drive
- The servo controller receives the activating signal and is started by the controller. The lift drive utilizes two different movements: “Up/down for wrapping” and “Up/down for switching between large and small lift”.
- Transports trays and tilt to facilitate the wrapping action.
Lift Heads
- There are 10 heads, out of which three sliding heads are used depending on
the tray size.
- Moves the lever to the appropriate size using a servo motor.
Lift Switch
- Switches the lift heads from “large to small” and “small to large”.
Rear Wrapping Plates - Wraps the film underneath the rear of the tray.
- The motor starts with the wrapping start timing.
- The wrapping plate moves forward and pushes the film underneath the rear
of the tray.
Infeed Conveyor
Left/Right Wrapping
Plates
Pusher
Feeder Drive
Feeder Mover
Film Feeder
Set Roller
- Wraps the film over the sides of the tray.
- The motor starts with the wrapping start timing.
- The left and right wrapping plates slide in and fold the film underneath the
tray.
- Wraps the film under the front of the tray and pushes the tray out.
- The motor starts with the wrapping start timing.
- The pusher comes forward, folding the film underneath the tray in time with
the feeder clamp.
- Drives the feed belt, feed roller and cutter.
- When the motor moves, the front and back feeders turn the number of times
specified by the encoder. The feed roller and cutter switch on and off using a
clutch and brake.
- Moves the rear feeder depending on the size of the film using a motor.
- For 2 and 3 roll types, the sensors detect the width of each film and moves to
the film width.
- For the 1 roll type, the feeder mover moves to the where the sensor detects
the end of the film.
- Feeds and grips the film during wrapping.
- Feeds the film using the count photo sensor according to the programmed
tray length. It also grips the film with the side and center clamps to stretch the
film during wrapping.
- Sets the film into the film feeder.
- To set the film, lift the set roller, place the film onto the set roller with both
hands so that it sticks to the feeder belt, and close the set roller.
- Film Grip: Holds the film already set onto the feed belt when in standby.
- Film Up/down: Raises the end of the film off the feed belt after it has been
gripped.
- Cut-off belt: Cuts the film along the perforated line.
- Cuts off the film from the feeder belt, and keeps it away from the belt during
film centering.
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Feeder Roller
- Joined via a clutch to the feeder drive, this roller sends the film to the feeder
belt. It’s stopped by a brake.
Cutter
- The cutter makes a perforation in the film for the appropriate size.
- It is stopped by the brake.
Film Holder
- Sets the appropriate film.
- In the 2 roll model, film can be set on the left and right hand sides.
- For the 1 roll model, film can be set on the right.
Heater
- Seals the film underneath the tray after it is wrapped.
- The heater is used at approximately 120°C. Special caution needs to betaken with the temperature setting for polyethylene films.
Printer
- Prints out labels (Auto: 60 (W) × 85mm (H), Manual: 60 (W) × 120mm (H)) in
the format chosen.
Label Applicator
- Holds labels using a suction plate, and applies the label to trays in accordance with the applicator timing signal. The amount of movement of the arm
can be adjusted to fit the volume in trays.
Label Applicator
Mover
- Adjusts the label position depending on the length of the tray.
- It moves left and right to the position (1 to 12) programmed for that tray.
Control Console
- Operation panel (stroke key) contains numbers, units, fixed price, call print,
tare, and delete keys. The box contains the boards (P-850 and P-851)
- It has a connection to the scale, wrapper, and printer etc.
- The LCD (touch panel) is used for display and data entry at the normal screen,
setting mode, program mode, total mode, subtraction mode, etc.
Power Supply Unit
- Contains the power supply and boards (P-857, P-858A, P-858B, P-858C)
- P-857 : Wrapper CPU board (ROM)
- P-858A : Driver board
- P-858B : Driver board (mainly right hand)
- P-858C : Driver board (mainly left hand)
- 24V power supply
- Stepping driver (ROM)
- Electromagnetic Contacter : Thermal Relay
Film Roll Unit
- Helps film feeding actively by driving film roll.
- The film roll drive is synchronized with feeder drive.
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1.7 STICKERS
1.7.1 WARNING SYMBOLS
This machine is manufactured for use according to proper procedures by qualified service personnel and
only for the purposes described in this manual.
The warning symbols in this manual and warning stickers affixed to the machine itself are divided into
three categories, depending on the level of danger, or seriousness of potential injury. The definition of
each of these warnings and precautions is shown below. Failure to heed these warnings and precautions
may result in bodily injury or damage to the machine.
DANGER
Indicates information that, if not heeded, is likely to result in loss of life or
serious injury.
WARNIN
Indicates information that, if not heeded, could possibly result in loss of life or
serious injury.
Indicates information that, if not heeded, could result in relatively serious or
CAUTION minor injury, damage to the machine, or faulty operation.
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1.7.2 STICKER DEFINITIONS
Warning stickers are affixed to the machine to warn operators of possible dangers.
CAUTION
CAUTION
HOT SURFACE Keep hands away
DISSONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING INSIDE
NO OPERATOR SERVICE AREA INSIDE
This sticker indicates that the main power should
be disconnected when performing any type of internal maintenance or service on the machine.
This sticker indicates that hands should be kept
away from hot surfaces.
WARNING
CAUTION
The lift comes down even an
emergency switch is pressed.
Please pull out the conveyor
for the cleaning.
HOT SURFACE Keep hands away
This sticker indicates that there is a danger hands
may get caught when the lift comes down, even
after the emergency switch has been pressed.
This sticker indicates that the emergency stop button should always be pressed before servicing the
machine internally.
WARNING
CAUTION
Keep hands
away from
cutting parts.
LOAD
101b MAXIMUM
AT FULL EXTENSION
This sticker indicates that the maximum load at full
extension should not exceed 10 lbs on the infeed
conveyor cover.
This sticker is placed on parts where there is a
danger of the operator being cut by a cutting
mechanism such as the cutter. Always press the
emergency stop button before starting work near
any cutting mechanism.
This sticker indicates that there is a danger of electric shock on the power supply unit cover.
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CAUTION
CAUTION
▲
PRESS EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON
BEFORE SERVICING INSIDE THIS COVE
▲
▲
Keep hands away.
HOT SURFACE
WARNING
Keep hands
away from
cutting parts.
CAUTION
hands away.
CAUTION
PRESS EMERGENCY
BEFORE SERVICING STOP BUTTON
INSIDE THIS COVER.
▲
▲
HOT SURFACE
Keep
▲
WARNING
The lift comes down even an
emergency switch is pressed.
Please pull out the conveyor
for the cleaning.
CAUTION
10lb
CAUTION
MAXIMUM LOAD
AT FULL EXEENSION
DISSONNECT POWER BEFORE
SERVICING INSIDE NO OPERATOR
SERVICE AREA INSIDE
WARNING
WARNING
Keep hands
away from
cutting parts.
Keep hands
away from
cutting parts.
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2.1 APPEARANCE
Label printer
Discharge conveyor
Label outlet
Safety conver
Touch panel
Heater conveyor
Infeed conveyor
Side cover
B
Keysheet
Weighing mechanism
(Internal)
A
Film loading door
Side door
Level adjustment foot
Film loading door
Front cover
Caster
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2.2 BASIC SPECIFICATIONS
Scale
Printer
Control console
Wrapper
Weighing capacity
Wrapping capacity
30 lb.
15 lb.
Accuracy
Minimum graduation
1/3000
0.01 lb. (Single range)
Thermal head
Printing speed
60 mm, 7.4 dot/mm
85 mm/sec.
Printing size
Auto: 64 mm (W) × 85 mm (H)
Manual: 64 mm (W) × 120 mm (H)
Font style
Display method
Reverse, Bold, Bold Reverse, Underline, Ruled line
9.4 inch analog touch panel
Preset keys
Function keys
72 × 2 keys
48 keys
Number of programs
Up to approx. 3000
(when production total is not performed)
Wrapping speed
Wrapping size
Max. 30 packs/min. (190 × 100mm tray)
130 to 410 mm (W) : 5.1 to 16.1 inch
130 to 260 mm (D) : 5.1 to 10.2 inch
20 to 150 mm (H) : 0.8 to 5.9 inch
Film size
Film materia
350 to 610 mm: 13.8 to 24.0 inch
Poly orephine / vinyl chloride
Discharge conveyor
3-phase 208 (220/240) VAC, 60Hz
Available
Heater conveyor
Available
Power supply
Auto discharge
conveyor
Note 1: Wrapping conditions listed in the above specifications may differ depending on tray shape or weight.
2: Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
S: Rotating applicator
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T: Discharge conveyor
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2.3 NAME OF EACH UNIT
Rear folder
Wrapper Left/right folder
pusher
Touch panel
Tray holder
Film feeder
Tray stopper
Lift head
Infeed conveyor
Scale
Lift switch
Shaft
Labeling machine movement
Printer/Applicator
Printer cover
Touch panel
Set roller
Cutter
Control console
Feeding roller
Discharge conveyor
Heater conveyor
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2.4 NAME OF EACH MOTOR
Labeling machine move motor
Left/right side
wrapping motor
Rear side
Wrapping motor
Pusher motor (DC)
Feeder move motor
Infeed conveyor
(Stepping motor)
Feeder motor
Lift drive
(Servo motor)
Film roll move motor
Lift switch motor
Heater conveyor motor
Discharge conveyor motor
Labeling anglec (Stepping motor)
Labeling machine solenoid
Label adsorberc(Fan)
Label feederc(Stepping)
Arm drivec(Servo motor)
Film grab
Film grab
Up/down
Up/down
Roller clutch/brake
Roller clutch/brake
Cutout solenoid
Heater conveyor motor
Cutout solenoid
Cutter clutch/brake
Side clamp solenoid
Discharge conveyor motor
Cutter clutch/brake
Center clamp solenoid
Film brake solenoid (L)
Film brake solenoid (R)
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2.5 NAME OF EACH POWER SUPPLY
P-857
P-858A(A)
P-858A(C)
Electro magnetic contactor
Transformer 3-phase
[AC 208 (220/240) V]
P-852
P-901
Power supply
Servo controller
P-850
Supplementary
protector
Power supply
Transformer (to AC 100V)
P-851
Relay
Power supply
P-858A(B)
Thermal relay
Fuse holder
P-858A(C)
Machine operation enable
(Cycle Start)
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P-857
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2.6 FUNCTION OF EACH UNIT
Infeed Conveyor
- Transports the tray to the lift heads.
- Contains the scale and is driven by the stepping motor after the tray is weighed.
The motor drives a chain containing four claws which push the tray. The
chain stops when it passes the reference position sensor.
Scale
- Weighs a maximum capacity of up to 30lb
0.01lb (from 15lb up to 30lb).
Lift Drive
- Lifts the tray vertically up to the wrapper unit.
- The servo controller receives the activating signal and is started by the controller. The lift drive utilizes two different movements: “Up/down for wrapping” and “Up/down for switching between large and small lift”.
Lift Heads
- Transports trays and tilt to facilitate the wrapping action.
- There are 10 heads, out of which three sliding heads are used depending on
the tray size.
Lift Switch
- Moves the lever to the appropriate size using a servo motor.
- Switches the lift heads from “large to small” and “small to large”.
Rear Wrapping Plates - Wraps the film underneath the rear of the tray.
- The motor starts with the wrapping start timing.
- The wrapping plate moves forward and pushes the film underneath the rear
of the tray.
Left/Right Wrapping
Plates
- Wraps the film over the sides of the tray.
- The motor starts with the wrapping start timing.
- The left and right wrapping plates slide in and fold the film underneath the
tray.
Pusher
- Wraps the film under the front of the tray and pushes the tray out.
- The motor starts with the wrapping start timing.
- The pusher comes forward, folding the film underneath the tray in time with
the feeder clamp.
Feeder Drive
- Drives the feed belt, feed roller and cutter.
- When the motor moves, the front and back feeders turn the number of times
specified by the encoder. The feed roller and cutter switch on and off using a
clutch and brake.
Feeder Mover
- Moves the rear feeder depending on the size of the film using a motor.
- For 2 and 3 roll types, the sensors detect the width of each film and moves to
the film width.
- For the 1 roll type, the feeder mover moves to the where the sensor detects
the end of the film.
Film Feeder
- Feeds and grips the film during wrapping.
- Feeds the film using the count photo sensor according to the programmed
tray length. It also grips the film with the side and center clamps to stretch the
film during wrapping.
Set Roller
- Sets the film into the film feeder.
- To set the film, lift the set roller, place the film onto the set roller with both
hands so that it sticks to the feeder belt, and close the set roller.
- Film Grip: Holds the film already set onto the feed belt when in standby.
- Film Up/down: Raises the end of the film off the feed belt after it has been
gripped.
- Cut-off belt: Cuts the film along the perforated line.
- Cuts off the film from the feeder belt, and keeps it away from the belt during
film centering.
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Feeder Roller
- Joined via a clutch to the feeder drive, this roller sends the film to the feeder
belt. It’s stopped by a brake.
Cutter
- The cutter makes a perforation in the film for the appropriate size.
- It is stopped by the brake.
Film Holder
- Sets the appropriate film.
- In the 2 roll model, film can be set on the left and right hand sides.
- For the 1 roll model, film can be set on the right.
Heater
- Seals the film underneath the tray after it is wrapped.
- The heater is used at approximately 120°C. Special caution needs to betaken with the temperature setting for polyethylene films.
Printer
- Prints out labels (Auto: 60 (W) × 85mm (H), Manual: 60 (W) × 120mm (H)) in
the format chosen.
Label Applicator
- Holds labels using a suction plate, and applies the label to trays in accordance with the applicator timing signal. The amount of movement of the arm
can be adjusted to fit the volume in trays.
Label Applicator
Mover
- Adjusts the label position depending on the length of the tray.
- It moves left and right to the position (1 to 12) programmed for that tray.
Control Console
- Operation panel (stroke key) contains numbers, units, fixed price, call print,
tare, and delete keys. The box contains the boards (P-850 and P-851)
- It has a connection to the scale, wrapper, and printer etc.
- The LCD (touch panel) is used for display and data entry at the normal screen,
setting mode, program mode, total mode, subtraction mode, etc.
Power Supply Unit
- Contains the power supply and boards (P-857, P-858A, P-858B, P-858C)
- P-857 : Wrapper CPU board (ROM)
- P-858A : Driver board
- P-858B : Driver board (mainly right hand)
- P-858C : Driver board (mainly left hand)
- 24V power supply
- Stepping driver (ROM)
- Electromagnetic Contacter : Thermal Relay
Film Roll Unit
- Helps film feeding actively by driving film roll.
- The film roll drive is synchronized with feeder drive.
Discharge
Conveyor
- Conveyor that automatically feeds a tray discharged from the wrapper to the
stock conveyor. The conveyor unit consists of a Discharge Conveyor and a
Heater Conveyor.
Discharge Conveyor
A conveyor that discharges a tray discharged from the wrapper in the 90°
right direction.
Heater Conveyor
A conveyor that temporarily stops a tray ejected from the discharge conveyor
wrapper, seals a film at the tray bottom, and ejects it after a given time.
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2.7 STICKERS
2.7.1 WARNING SYMBOLS
This machine is manufactured for use according to proper procedures by qualified service personnel and
only for the purposes described in this manual.
The warning symbols in this manual and warning stickers affixed to the machine itself are divided into
three categories, depending on the level of danger, or seriousness of potential injury. The definition of
each of these warnings and precautions is shown below. Failure to heed these warnings and precautions
may result in bodily injury or damage to the machine.
DANGER
Indicates information that, if not heeded, is likely to result in loss of life
or serious injury.
WARNIN
Indicates information that, if not heeded, could possibly result in loss of
life or serious injury.
CAUTION
Indicates information that, if not heeded, could result in relatively serious or minor injury, damage to the machine, or faulty operation.
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2.7.2 STICKER DEFINITIONS
Warning stickers are affixed to the machine to warn operators of possible dangers.
CAUTION
CAUTION
HOT SURFACE Keep hands away
DISSONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING INSIDE
NO OPERATOR SERVICE AREA INSIDE
This sticker indicates that the main power should
be disconnected when performing any type of internal maintenance or service on the machine.
This sticker indicates that hands should be kept
away from hot surfaces.
WARNING
CAUTION
The lift comes down even an
emergency switch is pressed.
Please pull out the conveyor
for the cleaning.
HOT SURFACE Keep hands away
This sticker indicates that there is a danger hands
may get caught when the lift comes down, even
after the emergency switch has been pressed.
This sticker indicates that the emergency stop button should always be pressed before servicing the
machine internally.
WARNING
CAUTION
101b
Keep hands
away from
cutting parts.
MAXIMUM LOAD
AT FULL EXTENSION
This sticker indicates that the maximum load at full
extension should not exceed 10 lbs on the infeed
conveyor cover.
This sticker is placed on parts where there is a
danger of the operator being cut by a cutting
mechanism such as the cutter. Always press the
emergency stop button before starting work near
any cutting mechanism.
This sticker indicates that there is a danger of electric shock on the power supply unit cover.
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2.7.3 STICKER PLACEMENT
CAUTION
CAUTION
▲
PRESS EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON
BEFORE SERVICING INSIDE THIS COVE
▲
▲
Keep hands away.
HOT SURFACE
WARNING
Keep hands
away from
cutting parts.
CAUTION
MAXIMUM LOAD
AT FULL EXEENSION
PRESSSERVICING
EMERGENCYCAUTION
BEFORE
STOPTHIS
BUTTON
INSIDE
COVER.
▲
HOT SURFACEKeep CAUTION
hands away.
WARNING
▲
▲
10lb
CAUTION
The lift comes down even an
emergency switch is pressed.
Please pull out the conveyor
for the cleaning.
DISSONNECT POWER BEFORE
SERVICING INSIDE NO OPERATOR
SERVICE AREA INSIDE
WARNING
WARNING
Keep hands
away from
cutting parts.
Keep hands
away from
cutting parts.
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Chapter
3
INSTALLATION
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3.1 INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS
3.1.1 NECESSARY TOOLS
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
OMNi-3000ST Service Manual (this manual)
Phillips head screwdriver
Adjustable wrench (more than 30mm jaw extension)
Open-ended wrench (30mm)
Allen wrench key set
Box wrench (7, 8, 10 mm)
Electrician’s pliers
Level (200 to 250mm)
Note: Use instrument with precision greater than 2/1000.
IF-21 FD (3.5 inch floppy disk)
3.1.2 PROHIBITED LOCATIONS
• Areas subject to high
temperatures or high humidity
• Areas exposed to direct
sunlight
• Areas where water or other
liquids are easily spilled on
the machine
• Areas subject to excessive
vibration or unstable
foundations
• Areas exposed to direct
cold air
• Areas subject to low
temperatures
• Areas subject to a lot of
dust or dirt
• Areas with large voltage
fluctuations
d
col r
ai
3.1.3 POWER SUPPLY
3-phase
400V
• Only use 3 phase 208 (220/240) V AC [Default=208]
• Use a dedicated power source.
(Voltage fluctuation can cause the machine operation to
malfunction)
• Do not stand on, or place heavy objects on the power cord
(If the cord is damaged and still used, it may cause an accident or
other problems)
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3.1.4 PACKING MATERIALS
• When transporting the machine, ensure that the packing materials located underneath the lift
head are in place.
Note: If the packing materials are not in place during transportation, and the machine collides with any protruding objets, this may case the lift to fall causing damage
to the rack.
Rack
Packing matertal
Level
• After set up is complete, remove the packing materials.
3.1.5 WORK CLOTHES
•
•
•
•
Avoid wearing loose clothing that might be caught in the machine.
Shirt sleeves should be kept buttoned or rolled securely above the elbows.
To keep fingers or hands being caught in the conveyor gears or other moving parts, do not wear gloves.
Ties should be tucked inside shirts.
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3.2 LEVEL ADJUSTMENT
• Do not lift the level adjusting feet off the floor after installation.
The machine has casters installed that may cause it to move during operation and lower wrapper
speeds.
• Always ensure that the machine is level.
If the level is not centered, weighing will not be accurate, and wrapping is not performed well.
Adjust the level adjusting feet until the bubble inside the level indicator is centered.
Infeed conveyor
Level
▲
Adjust
Jacking bolt/Locking nut
▲
Caster
Lock nut
Level adjusting foot
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3.3 INSTALLATION SPACE
Allow ample space on either side of the machine to ensure easy access for maintenance.
OMNi-3000S
12 inch or more
20 inch or more
Unit: inch
20 inch or more
48.2 inch
35.3 inch
49.6 inch
OMNi-3000ST
12 inch or more
20 inch or more
Unit: inch
20 inch or more
52.3 inch
35.3 inch
49.6 inch
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3.4 SAFETY SWITCH
• Safety switches are installed at door opening part to sedure safety when machine cleaning.
• Safety switche positions are same for [S type] and [ST type].
Safety switch
Sidecover
cover
Side
③
⑥
Sidecover
cover
Side
④
⑦
Printer
cover
Printer cover
loadingdoor
door
FilmFilm
Loading
door door
FilmSide
Loading
②
①
⑤
⑧
Filmloading
Loading
Film
doordoor
Film Loading
doordoor
Film loading
Front
Front cover
cover
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3.5 CABLE CONNECTION
• Connect the scale cable to the “SCALE” port on the rear side of the control console unit.
• Ensure that all other cables are properly connected.
(CN-A, PRINTER, PRINTER PWR, SWITCH ON)
• Connect the power cord to the wall socket.
Touch panel
Control console
Console cover
P-850
P-851
Power supply
123456789012
123456789012
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123456789012
123456789012
Key board
CN-A
CN-B
SCALE
PRINTER
IF-21
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3.6 MAIN POWER ON/OFF
3.6.1 POWER ON
• Turn the Power Switch Lever clockwise.
• Before start operation, press the Cycle Start Switch.
3.6.2 POWER OFF
Turn Power Switch Lever counter-clockwise.
3.6.3 EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON
• Press the EMERGENCY STOP button to stop the machine when emergency occur.
• When releasing emergency stop, turn the button clockwise.
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3.7 MEMORY INITIALZATION
Hardware Test Key check
Ten key check
Preset key check
Full keyboard check
Communication
check
Scale data
Touch panel adjustment
I2NET1 loop-back test
4 Carry out when delivered
I2NET2 loop-back test
I2NET1 RAM test
I2NET2 RAM test
A/D data
adjustment
Span data
<?Zone?>
Thermal head
adjustment
Head resistance value
Peel sensor level
5 Carry out when delivered
0 Carry out when delivered
Printing density setting
Head travel distance
ROM version
Console ROM
Wrapper ROM
Printer 1 ROM
Printer 2 ROM
Memory Test
Initialize internal
memory
Peripheral
Initialize extemal
Wrapper check
Devices Test
Wrapper settings
Printer Adustment
Printer 3 ROM
RAM disk clear
E2PROM initial data setting
Test data setting
1 Carry out when delivered
2 Carry out when delivered
3 Carry out when delivered
memory
1: Sensor check
10: Film feeder motor
2: Wrapping (right)
3: Wrapping (left)
11: Solenoid
12: Clutch brake
4: Lift motor
5: Film squeeze
13: Applicator move
14: Lift change motor
6: Discharge motor
7: Infeed motor
15: Film roller change
16: Feeder jogging
8: Film feed (right)
9: Film feed (left)
17: Dischage conveyor
Lift upper position
Lift home position
0 Carry out when delivered
Lift lower position
Original position
Original speed
File Control
Film check
6 Carry out when delivered
Data save/load
ROM Switch
0 Carry out when delivered
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n Perform Communication Check
“OK” is displayed when check is finished. After finishing all communication check, press the [MENU]
button on the screen to proceed to the next procedure.
n Perform Scale Adjustment
Check that the “l” (Stabilized signal) is displayed at the left bottom of the screen.
n Initialization
1. Put in test mode and initialize the memory
(For test mode, after turning on the power and the logo disappears, enter “495344”)
• Press [CLEAR] and execute.
• Press [INITIALIZE] and execute.
• Press [SETTING] and execute.
2. Perform the following initializations before loading data
RAM disk clear
To clear RAM disk data, press the [CLEAR] button on the screen.
E2PROM initial data setting To set the initial data, press the [INITIALIZE] button on the screen.
Test data setting
To set the test data, press the [SET] button on the screen.
Note: Before performing any initialization, ensure that the data has been backed up to floppy disk.
For backing up data, perform the operation using the IF-21 peripheral device.
3. After clearing, set the “Thermal Head Settings” and “Touch Panel Adjustment”
• Thermal Head Settings
• Touch Panel Adjustment
4. Other Items to Check
• Thermal head settings: Peel sensor level
• Wrapper settings: Lift home position
• ROM Switch
Note: When data is cleared, re-program the thermal head setting and touch panel adjustment.
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3.8 LABEL SETTING
Install label roll
Release snap lock which is fixing printer and applicator, and release the applicator.
Push back open plate of thermal head.
Insert label roll into motor shaft, and put through the label paper. (See “How to put the put through label
paper.” below.)
Cover the magnet cover on the center of label.
Applicater
Printer
Label
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+ +
Thermal head
Cover
Snap Lock
How to put through the label paper
Button
+
Pick up the U-pin and take off remaining label back
+
paper on the roller.
+
Insert new label roll and put through the label paper
+
Label sensor
Thermal head
U-pin
through Label Sensor (between print rubber roller and
thermal head).
Wind printer paper around Roller and fix by the U-
+
+
pin.
+
+
Roller
+
+
+
+
Make sure to close thermal head.
Press “Feed Button” until new label appears.
Note: Please make sure to put the label paper through label sensor.
Label printing position can be adjusted at “Label Format” on the display manu
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3.9 FILM ROLL SETTING
To install the Film Roll to the rear frame of the machine, attach the metal plate as shown
below using a tapped screw hole on the film roll shaft.
In this case, make sure that the front side film roll is on the film set position bracket. when
unable to fasten using the screw hole located on top of the shaft, fasten the metal plate
and bracket to the shaft using the 5mm screw on the front side.
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3.9.1 FILM SETTING
n How to set the film
Insert the film into film roll, and adjust the edge of film roller position at Metal Plate.
Pick up the clamp by finger as vertical.
n It need to adjust film amount on the feeder belt.
Clamp
1. Insert film into film roll until it hits Metal
Plate.
Film
Clamp
45°
Film
2. Pick up clam. When it comes approx. 45
degree, it becomes heavy.
(Please make sure that it becomes heavy,
so that it will be locked.)
Film
3. When the clamp comes vertical, it must
be felt lock response.
Clamp
90°
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3.9.2 FILM POSITION ADJUSTMENT
1. After setting the film, push Film Set button, and feed film a few pieces.
2. Make sure that the film does not come over from the feeder belt edge line at front side (the line (A) to
(B)). If it comes over, please adjust film roller position by releasing clamp, and feed film again to
confirm the film does not come over.
(Film edge should be at (C) line.)
3. At the same time, please make sure if the film on the rear side feeder belt is proper.
If the film comes over, loose wing bolt for the bracket of “Film size sensor”, and move the sensor
bracket as required position.
Press Film Set button in order to adjust rear side feeder position at Film size sensor, and feed film a
few pieces to confirm the position.
Note: Film over wrapping amount should be same for front side and rear side.
After completion of film position adjusting, please make sure to fix the Metal plate and Film set
position bracket at the edge of film paper roll.
(C)
(B)
Film Feeder belt
(C)
(B)
t
Fr on
Re a r
Film size sensor
Cutout belt
(A)
Cutter guide
(A)
Roller
Film
Clamp
Film roll
Metal plate
Shaft
Film set position bracket
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3.9.3 BRAKE UNIT ADJUSTMENT
Brake unit should work to stop film roll over run by inertia.
The brake will activate by energize solenoid when film feed is stopped, and stop the rotation movement.
n How to adjust
Please move core of solenoid at upper direction by the hand. When it moves to upper edge, please
adjust gap (A) as 5mm, by M5 bolt (it will adjust solenoid up and down).
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3.10 HEATER SWITCH
Please make sure to turn on the Heater Power Switch approx. 30 minutes before start wrapping.
Setting of Heater Adjustment Dial
Set the temperature approx. 120 to 130 degree centigrade.
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Chapter 4 TEST MODE
Chapter
4
TEST MODE
TEST MODE ENTRY
Turn on the power (breaker), and immediately after the ISHIDA logo is displayed on the screen
(within approx. 3 seconds), enter the ID number (“495344”).
The following test menu screen will then be displayed:
TEST MODE EXIT
After completion of TEST menu, turn OFF the MAIN POWER SWITCH, and ON again, that the menu will
return to Normal Mode.
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4.1 HARDWARE TEST
Press the [HARDWARE TEST] button on the Test Menu screen to display the following screen:
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4.1.1 KEY CHECK
Press the [KEY CHECK] button on the Hardware Test screen to display the following screen:
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4.1.1.1 MAIN (MEMBRANE) KEYBOARD CHECK
Pressing any of the main (memobrane) Key displays the code of that key.
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4.1.1.2 PC KEYBOARD CHECK
Pressing any key on the full keyboard, the PC displays the entered code or control code for internal use.
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4.1.1.3 TOUCH PANEL ADJUSTMENT
•
・
• Adjusts the touch position of the touch panel.
• Operational procedure
1) Press the [+] button located in the upper left corner of the screen.
2) Press the [+] button located in the lower right corner of the screen.
3) Press the [+] check button located to the right of “ACKNOWLEDGEMENT” in the upper
right corner.
4) When the adjustment is complete, the [+] check button located to the right of
“ACKNOWLEDGEMENT” will be highlighted.
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4.1.2 COMMUNICATION CHECK
Press the [COMMUNICATION CHECK] button on the Hardware Test screen to display the following
screen:
Press the corresponding [EXECUTE] button on the screen to perform the desired loop-back (line check)
test and RAM test for I2NET CH1 and CH2. “OK” is displayed when the check is complete. To proceed
to the next step after all the communication checks are completed, press the [MENU] button on the
screen.
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4.1.3 A/D CHECK
Press the [A/D CHECK] button on the Hardware Test screen to display the following screen. The current
A/D data is displayed in the A/D DATA field, and the span data in the SPAN DATA field.
n Initializing all the data on the A/D board.
Press the [INITIAL] button on the screen or press the [COPY] key to reset all the data on the A/D
board.
n Setting the span adjustment count (weight)
To set the span at 30lb (37500 counts), first press the [30000] button on the screen. The name of the
button changes to [37500]. By pressing the button again, it returns to 30000 counts. The same operation is performed by pressing the [SIZE] key.
n Zeroing
Press the [ZERO] button on the screen or press the [ZERO] key to perform zero adjustment. (A/D data
equaling “2000” and span data equaling “0” are displayed.)
n Span adjustment
Load 30lb and then press the [SPAN] button on the screen or press the [TARE] key to perform span
adjustment.
n Span calibration
Perform this operation if calibration is required during the span adjustment operation described above.
Press the [+] and [–] buttons on the screen or use the ª/keys to perform calibration.
Confirm that the [l] (stabilized signal) is displayed on the lower left of the screen.
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4.1.4 THERMAL HEAD SET
Press the [THERMAL HEAD SET] button on the Hardware Test screen to display the following screen:
• Specifying the resistance of the head
Enter the resistance value for the thermal head and press the [HEAD RESISTANCE] button on the
screen or press the [HEAD RESISTANCE] display field to set the data.
• Specifying the print density
Enter the density level (0 – 9) and press the [PRINT DENSITY] button on the screen or press the
[PRINT DENSITY] display field to set the data.
• Adjusting the peel sensor level
Press the [PEEL] button on the screen to measure the level of the peel sensor. The measured value is
displayed in the [PEEL SENSOR LEVEL] display field. Press the [PEEL] button on the screen to adjust
the optical axis of the peel sensor.
• Peel sensor sensitivity level
Peel sensor
Sensor display value Peel Sensor Optical Receiving Voltage
Optical transmission
200 counts or more
Interrupted Optical transmission 25 counts or less
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• Displaying/clearing the head running distance
Press the [DISTANCE CLEAR] button on the screen to clear the running distance. The current running
distance measured after clearing is then displayed in the [LABEL RUNNING] display field. When
changing the head, clear the running distance.
• To issue a test label, press the [PRINT] key.
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4.1.5 PROGRAM NUMBER
Press the [PROGRAM No.] button on the Hardware Test screen to display the following screen.
Each ROM version that is incorporated into the machine is displayed.
• Console ROM version
Displays the ROM number and version of the main board in the console.
• Wrapper ROM version
Displays the ROM number and version of the wrapper unit.
• A/D board ROM version
Displays the ROM number and version of the weigh unit board.
• Printer 1 ROM version
Displays the ROM number and version of the main printer.
• Printers 2 and 3 versions
Not used.
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4.2 MEMORY INITIALIZATION
Press the [MEMORY INITIALIZATION] button on the Test Menu screen to display the following screen.
This procedure explains how to initialize the RAM disk and how to perform the necessary test after
initialization.
4.2.1 RAM DISK ALL CLEAR PROCESS
Clear execution confirmation pop-up screen will be displayed by pressing the [CLEAR] button on the
screen.
1. Clear process will be executed when the [YES] button is pressed. OK is displayed when the clear is
performed without any errors. When an error occurs, ERR is displayed.
2. When the [NO] button is pressed, clear is not executed. The execution confirmation pop-up screen
will then close.
4.2.2 E2PROM INITIALIZE PROCESS
The initialize execution confirmation pop-up screen will be displayed by pressing the [INITIAL] button on
the screen.
1. Initialize is executed when the [YES] button is pressed. OK is displayed when the initialization is
performed without any errors. When an error occurs, ERR is displayed.
2. When the [NO] button is pressed, initialization is not executed. The execution confirmation pop-up
screen will then close.
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4.2.3 TEST DATA SETTING PROCESS
Test data setting execution confirmation pop-up screen will be displayed by pressing the [SET] button on
the screen.
1. Test data setting is executed when the [YES] button is pressed. OK is displayed when the setting is
performed without any errors. When an error occurs, ERR is displayed.
2. When the [NO] button is pressed, setting is not executed. The execution confirmation pop-up screen
will then close.
Process to connect wiyh IF-21 when Data Save/Load, and Dip switch setting.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Connect DSUB-9 from IF-21 to “Option” connector at the bacward of Control console (P-851).
Insert Power plug for IF-21.
Tura ON Dip switch No.2 of IF-21.
Insert FD into IF-21.
Save or load the data though Data Save/Load menu.
Touch panel
Control console
P-851
IF-21
FD
DSUB-9
dip switch(6P)
OFF
ON
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4.3 PERIPHERAL MACHINE
Press the [PERIPHERAL MACHINE TEST] button on the Test Menu screen to display the following
screen.
This procedure explains how to perform checks on the wrapper unit operation and set up of the hardware
after installation has been completed.
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4.3.1 WRAPPER CHECK
Press the [WRAPPER CHECK] button on the Peripherals Test screen to display the following screen:
Executing the check operation
Enter an operation No. (1 to 16) and press the [EXECUTE] button on the screen to perform the test
operation corresponding with the entered number.
1 Sensor check
2 Wrapping (right)
10 Moving the feeder
11 Solenoid
3 Wrapping (left)
4 Lift operation
12 Clutch brake
13 Moving the labeling machine
5 Film squeeze
6 Discharge pressure
14 Switching between the larger and smaller lifts
15 Switching between the right and left rollers
7 Feeding
8 Film feeding (right)
16 Jogging the feeder
17 Dischage Conveyor
9 Film feeding (left)
Stopping the operation
Enter “0” and then press the [EXECUTE] button on the screen to stop the test operation.
Returning
Press the [RETURN] button on the screen to return the wrapper unit original settings.
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4.3.2 WRAPPER SETTING
Press the [WRAPPER SETTING] button on the Peripherals Test screen to display the following screen:
Please do not turn OFF the power while "WRAPPER SETTING" display.
When you turn OFF the power, press "MENU" button and return to "TEST MENU" display, and turn OFF
the power.
Adjust the lift position, original upper and lower positions by pressing either the [+] or [- ] buttons on the
screen. The positioning data will take effect only after the power has been switched off and the machine
restarted.
Press the [CLEAR] button on the screen to delete the wrapping frequency data.
• Checking/clearing the number of wrapping operations
Press the [CLEAR] button in the [WRAPPING FREQUENCY] field on the screen to clear the number
of wrapping operations. The number of wrapping operations after clearing is displayed in the
[WRAPPING FREQUENCY] field on the screen.
• Adjusting the upper-end position of the lift
Enter the numeric data and press the [LIFT POSITION(UPPER)] button on the screen or press either
the [+] or [ - ] button on the screen to adjust the upper end position of the lift.
• Adjusting the original position of the lift
Enter data and press the [LIFT POSITION(ORG.)] button on the screen or the [+] or [- ] buttons on the
screen to adjust the origin of the lift.
• Adjusting the lower end position of the lift
Enter data and press the [LIFT POSITION(LOWER)] button or the [+] or [- ] buttons on the screen to
adjust the lower end position of the lift.
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n Criteria for Adjusting Each Position
Original lift position
Upper lift position
Lower lift position
Adjust the surface of the infeed conveyor and lift head to the same level.
Adjust the positioning with the wrapping plate.
Adjust the positioning of the lift head and the switching lever.
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4.3.3 PRINTER ADJUSTMENT
Original Position (Applicator Vacuum plate stand-by position)
Setting an original position (Applicator Vacuum plate stand-by position)
• Set to change the applicator vacuum plate stand-by position in a label Peel state using the [+] and [-]
buttons.
• Issue a label to check the label Peel state, and adjust the position up and down using the [+] button to
move up and the [-] button to move down.
• Setting range is "1" to "9". Default setting is "3" (1 depending on models)
• Once the data is set, it will not be cleared by RAM clear operations.
Original Speed (Applicator arm up and down speed)
Setting an original speed (Applicator arm up and down speed)
• Set to change the applicator arm speed, using the [+] and [-] buttons.
• Adjust to change the speed so as not to drop the label when the arm moves down in a state when the
label is sacked to the plate. Adjust the speed using the [+] button to increase and the [-] button to
decrease.
• Setting range is "1" to "15". Default setting is "8".
• Once the data is set, it will not be cleared by RAM clear operations.
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4.3.3.1 ORIGINAL POSITION
A gap between the Vacuum Plate and Peel Shaft is originally set as 2 mm. Adjustment is required when
the label does not hit the vacuum plate.
吸着プレート
Vacuum plate
+
+
2mm
+
+
+
剥離シャフトPeel shaft
+
Good condition
The set vacuum plate position is "2 mm", and a label hits the
vacuum plate then comes out downward as illustrated.
+
2mm
+
+
+
Label
Lavel
GOOD CONDITION
OK
Bad condition
The set Vacuum plate position is "0 mm", and a label does not
hit the vacuum plate and then comes out horizontally as illustrated. In this case, increase the displayed value by +2.
+
+
0mm
Lavel
Label
BAD CONDITION
NG
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4.3.3.2 ORIGINAL SPEED
• The arm descending speed can be set.
• Adjustment is required when the arm does not release the label until it reaches the tray.
• Adjust the speed using the [+] button to increase and the [-] button to decrease.
• The arm stands in the state where a label is sacked to the vacuum plate, then
the label apply signal triggers start descending the vacuum plate and the arm,
and the rubber cushion located at the
arm end applies the label to a tray.
Arm
Arm
VacuumVacuum
plateplate
LabelLabel
Good condition
• A label is sacked to the rubber cushion, not released until it
reaches the tray, and applied to the specified position.
• Setting change for speed adjustment is not required.
Tray
Tray
Bad condition
• A label is released from the rubber cushion until it reaches the
tray, and not applied to the specified position.
• Speed setting must be changed by increasing +2 ("10" in case
of "8").
Tray
Tray
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4.4 FILE CONTROL
File Check
1. Registration status and the remaining capacity of each master is displayed.
2. Each master is initialized.
File Save/Load
1. Master file save/load is performed using IF21.
2. Master file save/load is performed using a PC.
3. The applicable masters are only for OMNi-3000 S/ST series.
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4.4.1 FILE CHECK
File Information Display Area
FILE NAME : Master file name to be initialized is displayed.
COUNT : The number of existing master files is displayed.
Memory Available Information Display
AVAILABLE MEMORY : The remaining memory capacity is displayed.
AVAILABLE PLU FILE : Approximate number of remaining PLU files is displayed.
Initialized File Selection
Select the file to be initialized by moving the cursor up or down using either the [DOWN] or [UP] buttons
on the screen. The selected number will then be highlighted. Press the [SELECT] button on the screen,
then the “l” mark will be displayed on the right side of the file information display area. The file information
displaying the “l” mark is the selected file for initialization. To cancel the selection, press the
[SELECT] button again. All file selection or cancellation is performed by pressing the [ALL FILES]
button on the screen. When the item master is selected, unit price batch master can always be selected
at the same time.
Execution of Initialization
Initialize execution confirmation pop-up screen will be displayed by pressing the [EXECUTE] button on
the screen. Initialization is performed by pressing the [YES] button on the screen.
When no button is pressed, the initialization will not be executed, and the confirmation screen will close.
When executed, initial values will be set for the cassette master, function key master and
system master.
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4.4.2 DATA SAVE / LOAD
Connecting Device Selection
External connection device is selected by pressing either the [IF-21FD] or [PC] button on the screen. The
selected equipment will be highlighted, and then the index file will be downloaded. The index name
selection screen will then be displayed.
IF-21FD : Data save/load is performed using the IF-21FD.
PC : Data save/load is performed using the PC. (PC software needs to be created.)
Index Name Selection
Select the index file for save/load by moving the cursor up or down using either the [DOWN] or [UP]
buttons on the screen. The selected number will then be highlighted. Press the [SELECT] button on the
screen, then the “l” mark will be displayed on the right side of the file information display area. The file
information displaying the “l” mark is the selected file for save/load. When the [ALL FILES] button on
the screen is pressed, an error occurs and the alarm buzzer will sound.
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Master Send/Receive and Delete Selection
Select the item to be processed by pressing either the [WM” “” “ IF21FD(PC)], [IF21FD(PC)” “” “ WM]
or [FILE DELETE] button on the screen. Master file names included in the selected index will be displayed.
FD Format Selection
FD format execution confirmation pop-up screen will be displayed by pressing the [FILE FORMAT]
button on the screen. FD format is executed by pressing the [YES] button the execution confirmation
pop-up screen. When no button is pressed,
Process to connect with IF-21 when Data Save/Load, and Dip switch setting.
1. Connect DSUB-9 from IF-21 to “Option” connector at the backward of Contorol Console (P-851).
2. Insert Power piug for IF-21.
3. Turn ON Dip switch No. 2 of IF-21.
4. Insert FD into IF-21.
5. Save or load the data though Data Save/Load menu.
Touch panel
Control console
P-851
IF-21
FD
DSUB-9
dip switch(6P)
OFF
ON
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FILE SAVE / LOAD EXECUTION SCREEN
Master File Selection
Select the master file for save/load execution by moving the cursor up or down using either the [DOWN]
or [UP] buttons on the screen. The selected number will then be highlighted.
Press the [SELECT] button on the screen, then the “l” mark will be displayed on the right sideof the file
information display area. The file information displaying the “l” mark is the selected file for save/load. To
cancel the selection, press the [SELECT] button again. All file selection or cancellation is performed by
pressing the [ALL FILES] button on the screen.
Initialize Execution
Execution confirmation pop-up screen will be displayed by pressing the [EXECUTE] button on the screen.
When the [YES] button is pressed, the execution is performed. When the [NO] button is pressed, execution
is not performed and the confirmation pop-up screen will close.
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4.5 ROM SWITCH SETTING
4.5.1 ROM SWITCH SETTING 1/2
Price Decimal Point Position Button
1. The decimal point position (number of decimals) is set for price data (display/print).
2. Data range is from 0 to 6 (because the max. digits for price data is 7).
3. Default value is 2 decimal points.
Weight Decimal Point Position Button
1. The decimal point position (number of decimals) is set for weight data (display/print).
2. Data range is from 0 to 3 (because the max. digits for tare data is 4).
3. Default value is 3 decimal points.
Unit Price Decimal Point Position Button
1. The decimal point position (number of decimals) is set for unit price data (display/print).
2. Data range is from 0 to 5 (because the max. digits for unit price data is 6).
3. Default value is 2 decimal points.
Actual Weight Addition Switch Button for Fixed Weight and Price Item
1. Actual add selection for fixed weight and price item weigh data (fixed weight/actual weight).
2. FIXED: The fixed weight data is added.
WEIGHING: The actual weigh data is added.
3. Press either button to select the desired function. Selected button will be highlighted.
4. The default value is FIXED.
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Fixed Price Quantity Addition
1. Quantity calculation is selected when an addition or subtraction to/from the total is performed.
2. PACKED: Number of packs is calculated, regardless of quantities included.
CONTAIND: Calculation is made based on the formula; quantity ~ number of packs.
3. Press either button to select the desired function. Selected button will be highlighted.
4. The default value is PACKED.
Addition to Total (applicable only for satellite machines)
1. Select whether or not to allow satellite machines to perform additions to totals during on-line use.
2. MASTER : Addition is performed only for the master machine.
OWN+MASTER : Addition is performed both for the master and satellite machines.
3. Press either button to select the desired function. Selected button will be highlighted.
4. The default value is MASTER.
PLU Save in Satellite Machines (not yet applicable)
1. Select whether or not to save PLU master in own machine that is called-up by the satellite machine
during master/satellite use.
2. Press the button to select the desired function. Selected button will be highlighted.
4. The default value is NO SAVE.
Message Save in Satellite Machines (not yet applicable)
1. Select whether or not to save message master in own machine that is called-up by the satellite machine
during master/satellite use.
2. Press the button to select the desired function. Selected button will be highlighted.
4. The default value is NO SAVE.
Message Reference in Satellite Machines (not yet applicable)
1. Select which message master (within own machine or master machine) to be referred by the satellite
machine during master/satellite use.
2. Press the button to select the desired function. Selected button will be highlighted.
4. The default value is MASTER.
Touch Panel
1. Select whether the touch panel can be used or not in normal mode. However, even if NO USE is
selected, there are still some functions that require the touch panel to be used.
2. Press the button to select the desired function. Selected button will be highlighted.
3. The default value is NO USE.
Cut Character Number Button
1. Program the cut number of characters when the table of item names, message names, and coupon
names are displayed.
2. Data range is from 0 to 47 (because the max. number of characters for one line is 48).
3. The default value is 0 characters (no cut).
Cut Line Number Button
1. Program the cut number of lines when the table of item names, message names, and coupon names
are displayed.
2. Data range is from 0 to 29 (because the max. number of lines is 30).
3. The default value is 0 lines (no cut).
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Date Selection
1. Program the order sequence of the date display/print.
2. Data range is from 0 to 5 (0 = M/D/Y, 1 = D/M/Y, 2 = Y/M/D, 3 = M (alphabet)/D/Y, 4 = D/M (alphabet)/
Y, 5 = Y/M (alphabet)/D).
3. The default value is 0 (M/D/Y).
Price Calculation
1. The least significant digit is rounded for the price data after calculation is made.
2. Data range is from 0 to 4 (0 = no processing, 1 = drop, 2 = round up, 3 = round down, 4 = 05 round).
3. The default value is 0 (no processing).
Date Key Process (Packed Date/Expiry Date Temporary Change Switch)
1. The flag which is to be temporarily changed, packed date or expiry date, when the [DATE KEY] is
pressed.
2. Data range is from 0 to 1 (0 = packed date, 1 = expiry date)
3. The default value is 0 (packed date).
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Delay Timer After Sending 1 Character in Data Sending/Receiving (IF) PC Mode
1. X10msec timer.
2. Data range is from 0 to 99.
3. Default value is 20msec.
Delay Timer Waiting for Sending After Receiving in Data Sending/Receiving (IF) PC Mode
1. X10msec timer.
2. Data range is from 0 to 99.
3. Default value is 500msec.
Message Display When the Instructed Number is Complete
1. Switch between display and no display of the instruction end confirmation message pop-up screen
when the instruction is complete.
2. Default value is NO DISPLAY.
Software Reset Key Processing
1. Switch between use and no use of reset key.
2. Default value is USE that makes the reset key effective.
Switch Method for Calculating the Expiry Date from the Effective Period
1. Switch between INCLUDING TODAY and FROM THE NEXT DAY for calculating the expiry date.
2. Default value is INCLUDING TODAY.
3. INC. P/DATE : Including today
FROM N/DAY: Calculation from the following day (DATE+n)
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Switch the Number of Item Code Digits When the Master Machine is Accessed in Online Use
1. Default value:
In master satellite specifications (AC-3000) line use, 6 digits.
In store specifications (MSCU-4) line use, 4 digits
Selection of the Number of Price Deletion Lines
1. Selection of the number of price deletion lines to be printed on the label to strike-out the price before
markdown is performed.
2. Default value is DOUBLE LN (2 lines).
Selection of Label Position (upper right/lower right)
1. Program the selection of label position when the auto-labeling function is used.
2. Default value is LOWER (lower right).
Selection of One Point Guidance Message Display
1. Select whether or not to display the one point guidance message on the normal screen for the operators
reference.
2. Default value is DISPLAY.
Selection of Discount Price Necessary Weight Check Function
1. When the scale item is called up, and when the discount price is programmed, calculate the necessary
weight from the unit and discount prices. Select valid or invalid, the function that activates at the point
when the item weight on the scale reaches the predetermined weight.
2. CHECK : No activation until the necessary weight is reached.
NON CHECK : Activation even when the weight is less than the required weight, and the error for less
than discount price is displayed.
3. Default value is CHECK.
RS-232C Communication Baud Rate Programming
1. Program the baud rate for the RS-232C port.
2. The programmable data range is from 0 to 5. 0: 1200, 1: 2400, 2: 4800, 3: 9600, 4: 19200, 5: 38400.
3. Default value is 4: 19200 baud. .
Selection of Invalid Label Issue for Printing Confirmation
1. Selection whether or not to print the “X” mark on a label, except for the pricing label to be applied to the
item.
2. Applicable labels for printing the “X” mark (image) are as follows:
- Character line preview print label in program mode
- Test print label in editing label format in setup mode
- Sub-total/Total label in normal
- Test print label by pressing the label batch key in normal mode
3. “X” mark is not printed unless the unit for printing “X” mark exists on the label format.
4. Default value is NON PRINT.
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Chapter
5
SETUP MODE
Enterring SETUP MENU
1. In Normal Mode, press MENU key at right top on the screen, so that MAIN MENU will appear.
2. Press SETUP MODE on MAIN MENU, so that SETUP MENU will appear.
Return from SETUP MENU
1. In SETUP MENU, press MENU key at right top on the screen, so that MAIN MENU will appear.
2. Press NORMAL MODE on MAIN MENU, so that it will display Normal Mode.
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5.1 LABEL FORMAT
Press the [LABEL FORMAT] button on the Setup Menu screen to display the following screen:
Cassette Number
(No actual cassette device is provided. The “Cassette” mentioned here indicates the print information
group.)
1. Linked to the number registered in program mode 14 (cassette number registration).
2. The cassette numbers are fixed to 1 - 7.
3. The print information group consists of the label format number, peel sensor information, label sensor
information, and store address and name print permission flag.
Setting the Label Format Number
Enter the label format number (1 - 9: ROM-fixed format, 10 or greater: user-defined format) and press the
[LABEL No.] display field in the row of desired cassette numbers on the screen. The entered data is
displayed in the format number display field. The [PEEL] data display field in the same line is highlighted.
If a number that doesn’t exist is specified, an error will occur, causing the mis-operation buzzer to sound.
Default value for all cassettes is “1”.
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Setting the peel sensor and label sensor information
(distance setting for print position compensation)
Enter the compensation data and press the [PEEL] data display field or the [LABEL] data display field in
the row of desired cassette numbers. The entered data is displayed in the peel sensor compensation data
display field/label sensor compensation data display field that is highlighted. The highlighted item indicates
that in which the sensor reads for test print. The range of data which can be entered is between 0 - 999.
The default value for all cassettes is “0”.
Selecting the store name/address name print permission flag
Press either the [YES] or [NO] option buttons in the [STORE] field of the desired cassette number to
perform selection. The selected item is then highlighted. The default value for all cassettes is “YES”.
[YES]: Prints the address and store name on the label
[NO]: Does not print the address or store name on the label, the label remains blank.
Test print
Press the [PRINT] key on the key sheet to perform test print by reading the format and sensor (peel or
label) information whose corresponding buttons in the cassette number row are highlighted.
Test feed
Press the [FEED] button on the screen or press the [PAPER FEED] key on the key sheet to perform test
feed by reading format and sensor (peel or label) information whose corresponding buttons in the cassette
number row are highlighted.
Note: Label gap fixed value is 2.5mm, therefore when the value needs to be changed, software modifications
are required.
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ADJUST PRINTING POSITION OF PEEL SENSOR AND LABEL SENSOR
Peel sensor/Label sensor
• Peel sensor setup is used to adjust the printing position when a normal label is issued.
• The label sensor setup is used to adjust the printing position when the barcode check label is issued.
P point
When the gap from the “P”
point is 1.8mm set the “P”
sensor from 0 to 18.
18
P point
When “18” is entered, the
gap will be narrowed down
to the “P” point.
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5.2 BARCODE SETUP
Press the [BARCODE SETUP] button on the Setup Menu screen to display the following screen:
NON-PLU 13-digit POS flag
1. Setting the flag data when the specified POS code system is NON-PLU13.
2. Referred to when the POS flag in the single commodity master is “0”.
3. The data range is 00 - 99.
Enter flag data and then press the [NON-PLU13] button on the screen or the data display field to set the
data.
NON-PLU 8-digit POS flag
1. Setting the flag data when the specified POS code system is NON-PLU8.
2. Referred to when the POS flag in the single commodity master is “0”.
3. The data range is 0 - 9.
Enter flag data and then press the [NON-PLU8] button on the screen or the data display field to set the
data.
PLU 13-digit POS flag
1. Setting the flag data when the specified POS code system is PLU13
2. Referred to when the POS flag in the single commodity master is “0”.
3. The data range is 00 - 99.
Enter flag data and then press the [PLU13] button on the screen or the data display field to set the data.
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PLU 8-digit POS flag
1. Setting the flag data when the specified POS code system is PLU8.
・ to when the POS flag in the single commodity master is “0”.
2. Referred
3. The data range is 00 - 99.
Enter flag data and then press the [PLU8] button on the screen or the data display field to set the data.
Barcode system
1. Press one of the [BARCODE TYPE] option buttons on the screen to select the system.
The selected option button is highlighted.
2. This setting
・ is valid when the barcode system (BARCODE selection) in the single commodity master
is “REF”.
Barcode type
1. Press one of the [KINDS OF BARCODE] option buttons on the screen to select the type.
The selected option button is highlighted.
2. The button name indicates the actual data configuration. (F: Flag, C: Code, cp: Check price, P: Price,
W: Weight,
・ cd: Check digit, M: manufacturer code, 0: Zero data)
Manufacturer code
1. Setting the manufacturer code when it is included in the barcode type.
2. The data range is 000 - 999.
Enter code data and then press the [MANUFACTURER CODE] button on the screen or the data display
field to set・the data.
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5.3 CODE SETUP
Press the [CODE SETUP] button on the Setup Menu screen to display the following screen:
Setting procedure
Press a button to enable the digit, the button will then be highlighted. Buttons pressed must be consecutive
and their number must be smaller than the maximum number of digits.
Department code (DEPARTMENT CODE)
1. Specifies the start digit of the department code in the 8-digit commodity code.
2. The maximum number of digits is 4.
Group code (GROUP CODE)
1. Specifies the start digit of the group code in the 8-digit commodity code.
2. The maximum number of digits is 4.
NON-PLU 8-digit code (NON-PLU8 CODE)
1. Specifies the start digit of the NON-PLU8-digit code in the 8-digit commodity code.
2. The maximum number of digits is 8. However, at present, the number of digits that can be actually
printed as a barcode in the current barcode types is 2. If a value larger than the number of the specified
barcode type code digits is specified, print is performed from the end of the data according to the
number of digits.
NON-PLU13 code (NON-PLU13 CODE)
1. Specifies the start digit of the NON-PLU13 code in the 8-digit commodity code.
2. The maximum number of digits is 8. However, at present, the maximum number of digits that can be
actually printed as a barcode in the current barcode types is 6. If a value larger than the number of the
specified barcode type code digits is specified, print is performed from the end of the data according
to the number of digits.
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5.4 INITIAL DATA SET
Press the [INITIAL DATA SET] button on the Setup Menu screen to display the following screen:
Open Price Select Reference Data Programming
1. The data will become effective when the REFERENCE of the OPEN PRICE flags within the item
master is selected.
2. Programmed by pressing the desired button under the OPEN PRICE selection area.
Selected item is then highlighted.
3. The default value for reference data is ALLOW.
4. Each item button indicates the following:
PROHIBIT : Prohibit temporary change of selling price.
ALLOW : Allow temporary change of selling price.
Packed Date/Expiry Date Selection Reference Data Programming
1. The data will become effective when the REF. of the DATE PRINT flags within the item master is
selected.
2. Programmed by pressing the desired button under the DATE PRINT selection area.
Selected item is then highlighted.
3. The default value for reference data is BOTH.
4. Each item button indicates the following:
NON:
Prohibit packed date (expiry date) print.
P.DATE: Print only packed date.
E.DATE: Print only expiry date.
BOTH: Print both packed date and expiry date.
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Expiry Period Reference Data Programming
1. The data will become effective when the REF. of the DATE PRINT flags within the item master is
selected.
2. Programmed by pressing the SHELF LIFE button or the PERIOD DATA selection area after the expiry
date data is entered.
3. Programmable data range is from 1 to 999 (1: today).
4. The default value of reference data is 1 (today).
Packed Time Print Select Reference Data Programming
1. The data will become effective when the REFERENCE of the PACKED TIME flags within the item
master is selected.
2. Programmed by pressing the desired button under the PACKED TIME selection area.
Selected item is then highlighted.
3. The default value of reference data is PROHIBIT.
4. Data entry is only possible when DESIGNATE is selected. Press the PACKED TIME button or the
PACKED TIME selection area after the packed date data is entered. Each item indicates the following:
PROHIBIT: Prohibit packed time print (0).
INSTALLED: System clock (0).
DESIGNATE: Programmed time (0:00 to 23:59)
Expiry Time Print Select Reference Data Programming
1. The data will become effective when the REFERENCE of the EXPIRY TIME flags within the item
master is selected.
2. Programmed by pressing the desired button under the EXPIRY TIME selection area.
Selected item is then highlighted.
3. The default value of reference data is PROHIBIT.
4. Data entry is only possible when DESIGNATE or RELATIVE is selected. Press the EXPIRY TIME
button or the EXPIRY TIME selection area after the expiry date data is entered. When RELATIVE is
selected, the unit “min” is displayed at the side of the data. Each item indicates the following:
PROHIBIT: Prohibit expiry time print (0).
DESIGNATE: Programmed time (0:00 to 23:59)
RELATIVE: Relative time from the packed time (0 to 9999 min.)
Wrapping Capability Default Value Data Programming
1. Programming of the default value data when new item registration is made.
2. Programmed by pressing the desired button under the WRAPPING SPEED selection area.
Selected item is then highlighted.
3. The default value is HIGH.
4. Each item indicates the following:
HIGH:
Infeed conveyor high speed.
MEDIUM: Infeed conveyor medium speed.
LOW:
Infeed conveyor low speed.
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Filling Height Default Value Data Programming
1. Programming of the default value data when new item registration is made.
2. Programmed by pressing the desired button under the VOLUME selection area. Selected item is then
highlighted.
3. The default value is FLAT.
4. Each item indicates the following:
FLAT:
No filling.
SMALL: Small filling.
MEDIUM: Medium filling.
LARGE: Large filling.
Label Position Default Value Data Confirmation
1. Confirmation of the default value data when new item registration is made.
2. ROM switch program information is displayed.
3. Changing of the data is impossible.
4. Each item indicates the following:
LOWER: Lower right position
UPPER: Upper right position.
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5.5 PRINT SELECTION
Press the [PRINT SELECTION] button on the Setup Menu screen to display the following screen:
Programming a 5X7 print item
Press one of the [5X7 PRINT SELECT] option buttons on the screen to perform the setting.
The selected setting is then highlighted. The default value is PLU No.
Selecting the POP print location
Select where the POP message will be printed, relative to the commodity name (right, left, or above), by
pressing one of the [POP PRINT POSITION] option buttons on the screen to perform the setting. The
selected setting is then highlighted. The default value is RIGHT.
Selecting Repack Mark Print
Selecting whether or not to print repack mark on the label when repack operation is performed in normal
mode. Setup is performed by pressing the selected item button. The highlighted item indicates that the
selection was made. The default value is NO PRINT.
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5.6 AUTO RENEW SET
Press the [BARCODE SETUP] button on the Setup Menu screen to display the following screen:
Selecting the automatic renew permission
For items to which [YES] is selected, data temporarily changed in normal mode is used to update the
single commodity master, without the modification of the data.
Press one of the [YES/NO] option buttons on the screen for each item. The selected item is then highlighted.
If [UNIT/FIXED] price is set to [YES], automatic update in the measuring mode is also enabled. The
default value of all items is NO.
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5.7 TOTAL SELECT
Press the [TOTAL MODE SELECT] button on the Setup Menu screen to display the following screen:
Selection of Daily Total Addition
1. Programming to select whether or not to add the actual data to the daily total.
2. Programmed by pressing DAILY TOTAL addition selectable items. Selected item is then highlighted.
3. Default value is NON ADD.
Selection of Grand Total Addition
1. Programming to select whether or not to add the actual data to the grand total.
2. Programmed by pressing GRAND TOTAL addition selectable items. Selected item is then highlighted.
3. Default value is NON ADD.
4. When ADD is selected, ADD is automatically applied to the daily also.
Selection of Hourly Total Addition
1. Programming to select whether or not to add the actual data to the hourly total.
2. Programmed by pressing HOURLY TOTAL addition selectable items. Selected item is then highlighted.
3. Default value is NON ADD.
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5.8 FUNCTION KEY SET
Press the [FUNCTION KEY SET] button on the Setup Menu screen to display the following screen:
ZERO HELP
PGM
RESET MODE
LABEL LOWER
BATCHPRESET
PRE PAPER
PACK FEED
9
6
PRINT
3
TARE PLU
Function Keys
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Setting the preset function keys
Enter a function key type number in the list on the right hand side of the screen (fixed to 1 to 36) and press
the desired function key to assign it to the number. The name of the pressed button is displayed as the
name of the function key for the entered number. The setting is now completed.
Clearing the setting of the preset function key
Enter “0” or a number whose function key name field is blank in the list on the right hand side of the
screen. Then press the preset function key button to be cleared. A blank button name field indicates that
the button is cleared (no function key assigned).
Location of the preset function keys
The top four buttons are used for PF1 to PF4 of the AC-3000 series membrane key; the bottom 16
buttons are used for the two rightmost columns of the preset key field (preset function key field in OMNi3000).
The upper left buttons show the initial setting of the preset function keys.
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5.9 PASSWORD SETTING
Press the [PASSWORD] button on the Setup Menu screen to display the following screen.
Setting the password
1. Always use 4 digits as a password (0 also occupies 1 digit).
2. Enter a 4-digit number and then press the desired mode button or number display field to set the
password.
3. Specify 0000 to clear a password.
4. Setting the same password for several modes is prohibited.
5. A fixed password is provided in setup mode to allow access even if the operator forgets the setup
mode password.
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5.10 LABEL FORMAT EDIT
5.10.1 FORMAT CHANGE
Press the [LABEL FORMAT EDIT] button on the Setup Menu screen to display the following screen:
[FORMAT#] button/PLU key
Enter the format number to be edited and then press the [FORMAT#] button to load the label format.
Format numbers 1 to 9 are ROM fixed-format and cannot be edited (saved). Use them to check the
format or as copy-source format.
Five format numbers, 10 to 14, are used as E2ROM format and can be created and edited.
[UNIT No.] button and field
Press the [UNIT No.] button (if a number has been entered, it is dealt as the unit number) to change the
unit number. At the same time, the frame of the unit is displayed in thick lines to clarify which unit is
selected now.
PLU number button and field
Loads the commodity name for test print (PRINT button/key).
[PAGE] button and field (not supported)
Press the [PAGE] button on the screen to switch between normal and total label.
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[X-AXIS], [Y-AXIS] button and field
Enter a number and then press the [X-AXIS] or [Y-AXIS] button to specify the print start position for each
unit. [UNIT No.] 00 (HEADER) indicates the label size.
[L], [R], [UP], [DOWN] button
Press [L], [R], [UP], [DOWN] buttons on the screen to move the print position.
[FEED] button/key
According to the loaded (created) label format number, test feed print is performed.
[PRINT] button/key
Press the [PRINT] button on the screen, when a PLU number has been loaded, to perform test print
according to the loaded (created) label format number
[COPY] button
Enter a number and then press the [COPY] button on the screen to overwrite the format currently loaded
by the format data for the entered number
[DETAIL] button
Press the [DETAIL] button on the screen to display the detail edit screen for each unit.
[DELETE] button
Press the [DELETE] button on the screen. The deletion confirmation dialog box appears to confirm the
deletion of the loaded format data (see the figure below).
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5.10.2 LABEL FORMAT HEADER EDIT
[LINK FORMAT No.] button and field
If there is a format linked to the normal label, specify the format number
[X-AXIS DEV. AREA] button and field
Specify the landscape length of the label (in 0.1 mm unit).
[Y-AXIS DEV. AREA] button and field
Specify the portrait length of the label (in 0.1 mm unit, excluding gap between labels).
[UNIT TOTAL] button and field
Specify the number of all units used.
[ROTATION] button and field
See “Rotation Process” section.
[FEED LENGTH] button and field
Not supported
[LEFT MARGIN] button and field
Not supported
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5.10.3 FORMAT EDIT FOR EACH UNIT
n Barcode Unit
[UNIT No.] button and field
Press the [UNIT No.] button on the screen to increment the unit number. The [BEFOR PRINT] unit is
used as a blank unit. In other words, to create (add) a new unit, copy the desired unit number into the
unit whose unit number is [BEFOR PRINT] (using COPY button).
[UNIT TYPE] button and field
Select the unit type. See the “Unit Type Selection Screen” section.
[PRINT ID] button and field
Select the print ID. See the “Print ID Selection Screen” section.
[X-AXIS] button and field
Specify the print start X coordinate (enter a decimal number in 0.1 mm unit) for each unit.
[Y-AXIS] button and field
Specify the print start Y coordinate (enter a decimal number in 0.1 mm unit) for each unit.
[OCR YES/NO] button and field
Select whether OCR print is enabled/disabled.
[LINE COUNT] button and field
Not used
[LEFT MARGIN] button and field
Specify the left margin (enter a decimal number in 0.1 mm unit).
[BAR. LENGTH] button and field
Specify the line length of the barcode (enter a decimal number in 0.1 mm unit).
[PRINT FLAG] button and field
Not used
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n Reserved Unit
Reserved for new units.
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n Variable Character String Unit
[CHAR. TYPE] button and field
Specify the character type. See the “Character Type Selection Screen” section.
[CHAR. SIZE] button and field
Not specified.
[CHAR. ATTR] button and field
Specify the character attribute. See the “Character Attribute Selection Screen” section.
[CHAR. VECT.] button and field
Specify the print direction. See the “Character Print Direction Selection Screen” section.
[CHAR. PITCH] button and field
Specify the pitch between characters (enter a decimal number in 0.1 mm unit).
[LINE PITCH] button and field
Specify the pitch between lines (enter a decimal number in 0.1 mm unit).
[PRINT POS.] button and field
Not used
[PRINT FLAG] button and field
Specify the issue flag.
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n Date Unit
[ZERO SUPPR.] button and field
Specify the number of zero-suppressed digits.
[PUNC. CODE] button and field
Specify the separator. See the “Post-Data/Pre-Data Symbol Selection Screen” section.
[MARK TYPE] button and field
Specify the month format in the date print (number or English). See the “Date Order Selection Screen”
section.
[DATE FLAG] button and field
Specify the date print format. See the “Month Print Selection Screen” section.
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n Fixed Character String Unit
[CHAR. TABLE NO.] button and field
Specify the character number using the fixed character string table (ROM fixed-format).
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n Image Unit
[X-AXIS] button and field
Specify the print start X coordinate for a unit (enter a decimal number in 0.1 mm unit). If data is 9999,
the setting is dealt as a target of special expansion into the commodity name field.
[MAGNIFICATION] button and field (not supported)
Specify the magnification of the image data.
[FIELD CLEAR] button and field
Specify whether the image expansion field is cleared before expanding the image data.
[IMAGE No.] button and field
To print format-fixed image, specify the number of the image.
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n Symbol Number Unit
[MARK TYPE] button and field
Specify a number of the character that is added to numeral data (excluding the date) at the beginning
and the end of the data. See the “Post-Data/Pre-Data Symbol Selection Screen” section.
n Pre-Discount Price Unit
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n Special Expansion Unit
[SPECIAL PRINT] button and field
Specify the special expansion flag in the commodity name field. (The system controls the permission
to combine components, POP, register code, commodity name, message, etc. by bit. 1st bit: Commodity name, 3rd bit: Message, 7th bit: Register code, 8th bit: POP)
Example:
85 : POP + commodity name + message
01 : Commodity name only
05 : Commodity name + message
[STRUCT. FLAG] button and field
Specify the combining flag for the commodity name field.
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n Number Unit
[DECIMAL POS.] button/flag
Specify the position of the decimal point. Note that for the following data, the soft switch (ROM switch)
is referred to.
99: The position of the decimal point of the unit price data
98: The position of the decimal point of the weight data
97: The position of the decimal point of the price data
(fixed price, sales price, discount, and so on)
[A], [B], [C], [D], [E], [F] buttons
Used to enter hexadecimal data.
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n Rotation Process
• Specify the rotation angle from four angles in degrees: 0, 90, 180, and 270.
• Touch the desired item to specify the setting.
[CANCEL] button
To return to the Unit Detail screen, press the [CANCEL] button on the screen.
Flipping pages on the item display
If the data consists of several pages, press either the [FORMER] or [NEXT] button on the screen in
order to navigate through the pages.
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n Unit Type Selection Screen
Press the desired item to specify the setting.
[CANCEL] button
To return to the Unit Detail screen, press the [CANCEL] button on the screen.
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Simple explanation of each unit type
NON
Print prohibition unit
NUMERIC
Number unit
TIME
Time unit
DATE
Date unit
PARENTHESIS
With-parenthesis unit
FRAME
Framed unit
MARKDOWN
Discount price unit
MARK
Signed number unit
OCR
OCR character unit
CHAR.
Variable character string unit
FIXED
Fixed character string unit
CONTINUE
Consecutive character string unit
JAN
Barcode (JAN) unit
C39
Barcode (CODE39) unit
ITF
Barcode (ITF) unit
H LINE
Horizontal ruled line unit
V LINE
Horizontal ruled line unit
BOX
Box unit
IMAGE
Image unit (POP, logo, and so on)
SPECIAL
Special expansion unit (commodity name)
Flipping pages on the item display
If the data consists of several pages, press either the [FORMER] or [NEXT] button on the screen in
order to navigate through the pages.
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n Print ID Selection Screen
Press the desired item to specify the setting.
[CANCEL] button
To return to the Unit Detail screen, press the [CANCEL] button on the screen.
Flipping pages on the item display
If the data consists of several pages, press either the [FORMER] or [NEXT] button on the screen in
order to navigate through the pages.
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n Character Type Selection Screen
Press the desired item to specify the setting.
If FF is specified, the registered character type has higher priority.
[CANCEL] button
To return to the Unit Detail screen, press the [CANCEL] button on the screen.
Flipping pages on the item display
If the data consists of several pages, press either the [FORMER] or [NEXT] button on the screen in
order to navigate through the pages.
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n Character Attribute Selection Screen
Press the desired item to specify the setting.
[CANCEL] button
To return to the Unit Detail screen, press the [CANCEL] button on the screen.
Flipping pages on the item display
If the data consists of several pages, press either the [FORMER] or [NEXT] button on the screen in
order to navigate through the pages.
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n Character Print Direction Selection Screen
Press the desired item to specify the setting.
[CANCEL] button
To return to the Unit Detail screen, press the [CANCEL] button on the screen.
Flipping pages on the item display
If the data consists of several pages, press either the [FORMER] or [NEXT] button on the screen in
order to navigate through the pages.
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n Separator Character Selection Screen
Press the desired item to specify the setting.
[CANCEL] button
To return to the Unit Detail screen, press the [CANCEL] button on the screen.
Flipping pages on the item display
If the data consists of several pages, press either the [FORMER] or [NEXT] button on the screen in
order to navigate through the pages.
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n Post-Data/Pre-Data Symbol Selection Screen
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Press the desired item to specify the setting.
[CANCEL] button
To return to the Unit Detail screen, press the [CANCEL] button on the screen.
01 - 0F: Pre-data symbol
81 - 8F: Post-data symbol
Flipping pages on the item display
If the data consists of several pages, press either the [FORMER] or [NEXT] button on the screen in
order to navigate through the pages.
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n Data Order Selection Screen
Press the desired item to specify the setting.
[CANCEL] button
To return to the Unit Detail screen, press the [CANCEL] button on the screen.
Flipping pages on the item display
If the data consists of several pages, press either the [FORMER] or [NEXT] button on the screen in
order to navigate through the pages.
Specify the order of the date printed on labels.
(Packed date, Expiry date, Sales limit date)
The default value is 99, referring to the order specified by the ROM switch.
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n Month Print Selection Screen
Press the desired item to specify the setting.
[CANCEL] button
To return to the Unit Detail screen, press the [CANCEL] button on the screen.
Flipping pages on the item display
If the data consists of several pages, press either the [FORMER] or [NEXT] button on the screen in
order to navigate through the pages.
Specify the month print in the date printed on the label
(packed date, expiry date, sales limit date)
The meaning of each item is as follows:
Digit : Prints the month in number, 1 to 12.
Jan/Feb/Mar... : Prints the month data in 3-character English.
The default value is 00.
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5.11 WRAPPER SETTING
Selection of Film Materials
1. Programming the selection of film material to be used.
2. Programmed by pressing the desired material under the FILM MATERIAL selection area.
Selected item is then highlighted.
3. Default value is PCV.
Film Centering Adjustment (Left)
Adjustment is performed by using the [+] and [-] buttons in the FILM CENTERING ADJUST (LEFT)
selection area (Direct data entry is also possible).
Film Centering Adjustment (Right)
Adjustment is performed by using the [+] and [-] buttons in the FILM CENTERING ADJUST (RIGHT)
selection area (Direct data entry is also possible).
Film Length Adjustment (Left)
Adjustment is performed by using the [+] and [-] buttons in the FILM LENGTH ADJUST (LEFT) selection
area (Direct data entry is also possible).
Film Length Adjustment (RIGHT)
Adjustment is performed by using the [+] and [-] buttons in the FILM LENGTH ADJUST (RIGHT) selection
area (Direct data entry is also possible).
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Tension Adjustment (Front)
Adjustment is performed by using the [+] and [-] buttons in the STRETCH (FRONT) selection area
(Direct data entry is also possible).
Tension Adjustment (Rear)
Adjustment is performed by using the [+] and [-] buttons in the STRETCH (BACK) selection area (Direct
data entry is also possible).
Printing Position Adjustment
Adjustment is performed by using the [+] and [-] buttons in the PRINTING POSITION ADJUST selection
area (Direct data entry is also possible).
Tension Adjustment (Left/Right)
Adjustment is performed by using the [+] and [-] buttons in the STRETCH (LEFT/RIGHT) selection area
(Direct data entry is also possible).
Auto Discharge Timer (X1sec)
This timer automatically operates for the set time immediately after a product is placed on the infeed
conveyor. For the OMNi-3000S, press [PLU] to eject the last processed tray that remains in the machine.
For the OMNi-3000ST, once the time (second) is set, the tray last processed tray that remains in the
machine is automatically ejected after a given time. The default value is "0". Usually set "1s".
CAUTION
Setting longer times may give the erroneous impression that the operation has ended and there may be
danger of hand insertion inside the machine.
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CONVEYOR SETTING
Starting time and running time can be set for the discharge and heater conveyors. For the OMNi-3000ST,
this screen will be displayed by pressing [PAGE] on the WRAPPER SETTING (1/2) screen.
Start Timing [X10msec]: Discharge conveyor starting timer (Default: 10)
Waits for a status of the tray discharged from the wrapper, and starts the discharge conveyor.
Running time for Conveyor [X10msec]: Discharge conveyor drive timer (Default: 75)
Specifies the discharge conveyor running time.
Heating time [X10msec]: Heater conveyor drive timer (Default: 100)
Specifies the heater conveyor running time.
Running time for Heat Conveyor [X10msec]: Heating time timer (Default: 75)
Specifies the heating time.
Note: Startup is performed by interrupting the discharge pusher limit photo sensor.
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DISCHARGE CONVEYOR STARTING TIME CHART
Remaining
detection sensor
滞留検知センサ
S
Heater
ヒーター
M
M
排出コンベアモーター
ヒーターコンベアモーター
Heater conveyor
Discharge conveyor
motor
排出コンベア起動タイミング
Discharge
conveyor start timing
motor
Discharge
排出動作
operation
Discharge pusher
排出プッシャー
戻り動作
Returning
operation
Timer:A
Timer:B
Discharge
conveyor
排出コンベア
Timer:C
Timer:D
Heater conveyor
ヒーターコンベア
Tray infeed
トレー取込み
Move and
移動&排出
discharge
Timer:A...排出コンベア起動タイマー
Timer: A Discharge conveyor starting timer
Timer:
B Discharge
conveyor drive timer
Timer:B...
排出コンベア駆動タイマー
Timer: C Heater conveyor drive timer
Timer:C...
ヒーターコンベア駆動タイマー
Timer:
D Heating
time timer
Timer:D...ヒーティング時間タイマー
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ヒーター
Forced
強制排出
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5.12 LABEL POSITION ADUSTMENT
Once the Function Key Set, [Label Pos] No. 28, is specified to display, "Label Position R/L", "Label
Position F/B", "Pressure Adjustment", and "Labeling Angle" can be changed quickly.
Label Position R/L
Use [+] to move the label position to the right, or [-] to move to the left.
Label Position F/B
Use [+] to move the label position to the back, or [-] to move to the front.
Pressure Adustment
Use [+] to decrease, or [-] to increase, the arm height for the tray height.
Labeling Angle
Press [HORIZONTAL] to change the labeling angle horizontal for the tray, or [VERTICAL] to change the
labeling angle vertical. The highlighted button is selected.
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PROGRAM MODE
Enterring SETUP MENU
1. In Normal Mode, press MENU key at right top on the screen, so that MAIN MENU will appear.
2. Press PROGRAM MODE on MAIN MENU, so that PROGRAM MENU will appear.
Return from SETUP MENU
1. In PROGRAM MENU, press MENU key at right top on the screen, so that MAIN MENU will appear.
2. Press NORMAL MODE on MAIN MENU, so that it will display Normal Mode.
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6.1 PLU FILE
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PROGRAMMING FIELD
Each field of an item can be programmed according to the following procedures. Press the desired button
on the PLU File screen and enter the required data into the fields.
Field
Commodity Name
999 char.
Unit Price
Cost Price
Fixed Price
Fixed Weight
Tare Weight
Markdown
Department Code
Oreration
1. Press the [NAME] button on the screen to display the editor screen for commodity
name entry.
2. Enter the commodity name using the PC keyboard. To enter inserts
successively, press the [INSERTS] button on the edit screen to move the cursor
to the next line.
3. Press the [MENU] button to return to the PLU File screen.
1. Enter the unit price (e.g. $5.00) using the numeric keypad on the key sheet.
[5] [0] [0]
2. Press the [UNIT PRICE] button on the screen.
Note: Up to 6 digits can be entered. (0 to 999999)
1. Enter the cost price (e.g. $2.50) using the numeric keypad on the key sheet.
[2] [5] [0]
2. Press the [COST PRICE] button on the screen.
Note: Up to 6 digits can be entered. (0 to 999999)
1. Enter a fixed price (e.g. $8.00) using the numeric keypad on the key sheet.
[8] [0] [0]
2. Press the [FIXED PRICE] button on the screen.
Note: Up to 7 digits can be entered. (0 to 9999999)
1. Enter a fixed weight (e.g. 160g) using the numeric keypad on the key sheet.
[1] [6] [0]
2. Press the [FIXED WEIGHT] button on the screen.
Note: Max. number of digits allowed depends on the country. The availability of
this function depends on the country requirements.
1. Enter a tare weight (e.g. 20g) using the numeric keypad on the key sheet.
[2] [0]
2. Press the [TARE] button on the screen.
Note: Up to 3 digits can be entered. (0 to 998)
1. Select one of the following flags by pressing the appropriate button.
[NET] : No markdown (0 to 999999)
[SPCL] : Special price (0 to 999999)
[–$] : Price discount (0 to 999999)
[–%] : Percent discount (0 to 99)
[S.UP] : Special unit price (0 to 999999)
2. Enter the numeric value (e.g. $7.20 as the special unit price) using the numeric
keypad on the key sheet.
[7] [2] [0]
3. Press the [S.UP] button on the screen.
1. Enter a department code (e.g. 9) using the numeric keypad on the key sheet.
[9]
2. Press the [DEPARTMENT CODE] button on the screen.
Note: Max. number of department codes varies depending on code setup in
program mode. POS preset status.
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Field
Group Code
0 to 99
Item Code
Sales by Date
(Term)
Sales Mode
Date Print
Packed Quantity
Shelf Life
Operation
1. Enter a group code (e.g. 15) using the numeric keypad on the key sheet.
[1] [5]
2. Press the [GROUP CODE] button.
Note: Max. number of digits varies depending on POS preset status.
1. Enter the item code (e.g. 01234567) using the numeric keypad on the key sheet.
[0] [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]
2. Press the [ITEM CODE] button on the screen.
Note: Up to 8 digits can be entered. (0 to 99999999)
Program an expiry date after being packed.
1. Enter the number of days to expiration (e.g. 3 days) using the numeric keypad
on the key sheet.
[3]
2. Press the [SALES BY DATE] button on the screen.
Note: Up to 3 digits can be entered. (0 to 999)
1. Select an appropriate sales mode by entering either [0], [1] or [2] on the screen,
depending on the item classification.
0 : WEIGH MODE
1 : NON-WEIGH MODE
2 : WEIGH/FIXED PRICE MODE
2. Press the [SALES MODE] button on the screen.
Note: Whether or not the selection of this mode is possible depends on the
country.
1. Select one of the flags by pressing either the [REF.], [NON], [P.D], [E.D] or
[BOTH] button on the screen.
REF. : Refer to program data
NON : Prohibit printing of packed and expiry date
P.D : Print packed date
E.D : Print expiry date
BOTH : Print both packed and expiry dates
2. The selected flag will be highlighted.
1. Enter the packed quantity (e.g. 3 pcs.) for a non-weigh item using the numeric
keypad on the key sheet.
[3]
2. Press the [PACKED QUANTITY] button on the screen.
Note: Up to 3 digits can be entered. (0 to 999)
1. Enter a shelf life (e.g. 7 days) using the numeric keypad on the key sheet.
[7]
2. Press the [SHELF LIFE] button on the screen.
Note: Numeric entry (1 to 999), or [REF.] can be accepted.
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Item
POP Message
0 to 6
Extra Message
0 to 99
Packed Time
Expiry Time
Barcode
POS Flag
POS Code
Operation
1. Enter a POP message number (e.g. message number 3) using the numeric
keypad on the key sheet.
[3]
2. Press the [POP MESSAGE NO.] button on the screen.
Note: Message will not be printed when zero is programmed.
1. Enter a extra message number (e.g. message number 36) using the numeric
keypad on the key sheet.
[3] [6]
2. Press the [EXTRA MESSAGE] button on the screen.
Note: Message will not be printed when zero is programmed.
1. Select one of the flags by pressing the appropriate button on the screen.
REFERENCE : Refer to program data
PROHIBIT : Prohibit printing of packed time
INSTALLED : Print system clock
DESIGNATE : Print time programmed by the user (0:00 to 23:59)
Note: The selected flag will be highlighted.
2. Enter the packed time (e.g. 18:15) using the numeric keypad on the key sheet.
[1] [8] [1] [5]
Note: This packed time programming is only possible when the [DESIGNATE]
flag is selected.
3. Press the [PACKED TIME] button on the screen.
1. Select one of the flags by pressing the appropriate button on the screen.
REFERENCE : Refer to program data
PROHIBIT : Prohibit printing of expiry time
DESIGNATE : Print expiry time programmed by the user (0:00 to 23:59)
RELATIVE : Print relative time from packed time (0 to 9999 min.)
2. Enter the expiry time (e.g. 16:30) using the numeric keypad on the key sheet.
[1] [6] [3] [0]
Note: This expiry time programming is only possible when the [DESIGNATE]
flag is selected.
3. Press the [EXPIRY TIME] button on the screen.
1. Select one of the barcode type flags by pressing the desired button on the
screen.
REF. : Refer to program data
NON13 : 13 digit Non-PLU
NON8 : 8 digit Non-PLU
PLU13 : 13 digit PLU
PLU8 : 8 digit PLU
1. Enter the POS flag (e.g. 11) using the numeric keypad on the key sheet.
[1] [1] (max. 2 digits)
2. Press the [POS FLAG] button on the screen.
Note: When the [REF.] flag is selected, data entry can not be performed.
1. Enter the POS code (e.g. 555) using the numeric keypad on the key sheet.
[5] [5] [5] (max. 10 digits)
2. Press the [POS CODE] button on the screen.
Note: Except in the case of “0” entry, this code becomes code data for barcode
OCR data.
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Item
Open Price
Upper Limit
Lower Limit
Operation
1. Program whether or not to allow a temporary price change by selecting one of
the following flags shown below:
REFERENCE : Refer to program data (default setting)
PROHIBIT : Prohibit temporary price change
ALLOW : Allow temporary price change
2. Press the selected flag on the screen.
Note: The selected flag will be highlighted.
1. Enter the upper limit weight (e.g. 0.999kg) using the numeric keypad on the key
sheet.
[9] [9] [9] (max. 4 digits)
2. Press the [UPPER LIMIT] button on the screen.
Note: When “0” is entered, any weight can be accepted.
1. Enter the lower limit weight (e.g. 0.009kg) using the numeric keypad on the
key sheet.
[9] (max. 4 digits)
2. Press the [LOWER LIMIT] button.
Note: When “0” is entered, any weight can be accepted.
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n Programming Items
Item
Tray No.
Wrapping Mode
Wrapping Speed
Volume
Operation
1. Enter a tray master number (e.g. Tray No. 12) using the numeric keypad on the
key sheet.
[1] [2] (max. 4 digits)
2. Press the [TRAY NO.] button on the screen.
1. Program the wrapping mode by pressing one of the following flags on the
screen.
WRAP/LABEL: Wrapping and labeling operations
LABELING : Labeling operations only
WRAPPING : Wrapping operations only
1. Program the wrapping speed by pressing one of the following flags that are
located on the screen.
HIGH : High-speed wrapping
MEDIUM : Medium-speed wrapping
LOW : Low-speed wrapping
1. Program the filling volume by pressing one of the following flags that are
located on the screen.
FLAT : Flat-filling item
SMALL : Small-filling item
MEDIUM : Medium-filling item
LARGE : Large-filling item
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6.2 COMMODITY NAME
6.2.1 COMMODITY NAME EDIT SCREEN
Commodity name display area
Displayed character size : Fixed (20X10)
Display area: 7 lines. If data contains more, it is scrolled line by line.
The maximum number of displayed characters is 48 characters (the cursor is positioned at
the 49th character)
Character (size) image display area
The character at the cursor position is displayed, showing its size and image. It is displayed when the size
is changed or the line is changed. Decorative characters are not supported.
Loading the commodity name number
Enter the number to be loaded and press the [No.] button on the screen or press the PLU key.
(If data has previously been loaded and a number is entered, the number is dealt with as a character
string. To avoid this, first press the [SHIFT] button on the screen or press the [SHIFT] key to enter the
numeric data entry mode and then proceed with this process.) If a commodity name has been entered, its
character string is displayed. In this case, the cursor is positioned at the 1st character.
Displaying data at the cursor (the line in which the cursor is positioned)
The column number in the line where the cursor is positioned is displayed in the [COLUMN] display field
on the screen.
Displaying the line in which the cursor is positioned
The line number in which the cursor is positioned is displayed in the [LINE] display field.
Displaying the number of remaining registerable characters (in bytes)
The number of remaining registerable characters is displayed in the [DATA ENTRY] display field. Note
that characters numbers also includes those of return codes, character size, and decoration codes.
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Selecting the character string entry mode
Press the [INS (OVER)] button on the screen or press the [INSERT] key to select between insert or
overwrite mode. The [INS (OVER)] button can be toggled and has two different functions, as a button and
as a status display.
Changing the character size
Without entering any numerical data, press the [SIZE] button on the screen or press the [SIZE] key to
change the sorting order depending on the character size. Using numerical data, the character size can
be changed to the value. The [SIZE] button has two functions, as a button and as a status display.
Adding character styles
Press one of the [NORMAL], [ITALIC], [UNDER], [REVERSE], or [BOLD] buttons on the screen or use
one of the [NORMAL], [ITALIC], [UNDERLINE], [REVERSE], or [BOLD] keys.
The selected button is then highlighted.
Each style button has two functions, as a button and a status display.
NORMAL : Resets up to four style flags.
ITALIC, UNDER, REVERSE, BOLD : Can be set in combination.
Selecting the numeric data entry mode
Press the [SHIFT] button on the screen or press the [SHIFT] key to perform selection. The [SHIFT]
button has two functions, as a button and as a status display. If it is displayed in normal mode, the entered
number is dealt with as a character string. Note that even if it is displayed in normal mode, the mode is in
numerical entry mode before loading a number. If it is highlighted, it is dealt with as numeric data.
Selecting the width of the commodity name expansion area
Press the 60mm (38mm) button on the screen to select the width of the information print area used to
register character strings; in other words, to select the maximum number of characters that can be
registered.
The 60mm/38mm button can be toggled and has two functions, as a button and as a status display.
Selecting upper-case characters or lower-case characters (upper or lower)
Press the [UPPER/LOWER] button on the screen or press the [LOWER CASE] key to select between
upper-case characters or lower-case characters. (Note that lower-case characters can only be used in
the 14X07 size. When another size is specified, all characters are entered as upper-case even if a lowercase character entry is specified). This process can also be used to select main or sub-characters. The
[UPPER/LOWER] button can be toggled and has two functions, as a button and as a status display.
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Moving the cursor
Press the →, ←, ↑, and ↓ keys to move the cursor.
If the cursor is not at the end of a line, pressing the « key moves the cursor to the end of the line. If the
cursor is not at the beginning of a line, pressing the ª key moves the cursor to the beginning of the line.
Deleting a single character (the previous character from where the cursor is positioned)
Press the [BS] key to delete a character immediately preceding the character where the cursor is positioned.
If the cursor is at the beginning of the 2nd or a later line, pressing the [BS] key deletes the return code and
moves the beginning of the line to the end of th previous line. The result of combining lines means that
more than the allowable number of characters per line will be exceeded, therefore an error occurs when
the [BS] key is pressed.
After deleting characters, data in the [DATA ENTRY] display field decreases by the number of characters
deleted.
Deleting a single character (character where the cursor is positioned)
Press the [CHAR DELETE] key to delete the character where the cursor is positioned. If the cursor is at
the end of a line, the return code in the next line is deleted and that line will move up, combining the two
lines. The result of combining lines means that more than the allowable number of characters per line will
be exceeded, therefore an error occurs when the [CHAR DELETE] key is pressed. After deletion, data in
the [DATA ENTRY] display field decreases by 1 or more character.
Deleting a single line (line where the cursor is positioned)
Press the [LINE DELETE] key to delete the line where the cursor is positioned.
Copying character string data
Loading a copy-destination character string number
Enter a copy-source number (numeral data) and press the [COPY] key. The copy confirmation pop-up
screen is displayed.
Deleting entered numeric data
Press the [CLR] key to delete entered numeric data displayed in the [INPUT] display field on the screen.
Entering the return code
Press the [NEW LINE] key to enter the return code. The cursor will then move to the next line.
When using [SIZE1](14X07) character strings, the return code is automatically entered. Even if the return
code is not entered manually, the return code is automatically entered if the number of characters exceeds
the limit. In addition, for [SIZE1](14X07) character strings, word wrapping is available. Therefore, if the
number of characters exceed the limit, the return code is inserted at the immediate previous space code
to end the line at that point.
Previewing
While editing a character string, press the [PRINT] key to preview the character string (being edited).
The following limitations apply:
1) The data is expanded according to the currently selected label format.
2) The print error screen is not displayed for expansion errors (for example, too many dots) or label size
error. If an error occurs, only the miss-operation buzzer sounds.
3) Only two types of character strings can be previewed; commodity name and message.
Test feed
While editing a character string, press the [PAPER FEED] key to perform a test feed according to the
currently selected label format.
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Saving the edited character string
1. Conditions in which the save operation is possible
1) Programming of a new character string
2) Editing of an existing character string
3) Copying of another character string
2. Process for saving the data when the condition (1) is met (the save confirmation pop-up screen appears)
1) Press the [MENU] button on the screen or press the [END] key.
2) Perform loading.
Deleting character string data
Press the [DELETE] button on the screen. The deletion confirmation pop-up screen used to delete the
character string currently loaded, appears. If the data is a commodity name, the single item master is not
deleted; only the commodity name data is deleted.
The NOTE message displays the preview print mode and consecutive commodity-loading mode as a
message.
Display of NOTE message
Previewing procedure and succeeding loading procedure of a single item master is displayed.
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6.2.2 SAVE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Executing save operation
Press the [Save] button on the pop-up screen to save the edited character string into the master. If this
operation is executed by touching the [MENU] button on the screen or by pressing the [END] key, the
display, after saving, returns to the screen that was displayed immediately before the character string edit
screen. But if this operation is executed during loading, after saving, the character string edit screen for
the loaded character string number is again displayed.
Canceling save operation
Press the [Cancel] button on the pop-up screen to cancel saving the edited character string. If this
operation is executed by pressing the [MENU] button on the screen or by pressing the [END] key, the
display, after the button is pressed, returns to the screen that was displayed immediately before the
character string edit screen. But if this operation is executed during loading, after the button is pressed,
the character string edit screen for the loaded character string number is again displayed.
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6.2.3 DELETION CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Executing deletion operation
Press the [Delete] button on the pop-up screen to delete the edited character string from the master. The
display, after deletion, returns to the screen that was displayed immediately before the character string
edit screen.
Canceling deletion operation
Press the [Cancel] button on the pop-up screen to cancel deleting the load character string. If this operation
is executed by pressing the [MENU] button on the screen or by pressing the [END] key, the display, after
the button is pressed, returns to the screen that was displayed immediately before the character string
edit screen. But if this operation is executed during loading, after the button is pressed, the character
string edit screen for the loaded character string number is again displayed.
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6.2.4 COPY EXECUTION CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Executing copy
Press the [Copy] button on the pop-up screen to execute the copy process. After copying, the copysource character string is displayed in the character string display field. However, at this point, the data is
not stored in the master. When the save process is executed, the data is then stored in the master.
Canceling copy
Press the [Cancel] button on the pop-up screen to cancel copy process and close the dialog box.
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6.2.5 EDITOR SPECIFICATION
1. Character sizes (14X07, 20X10, 30X15, 40X20, 60X30, 80X40, 120X60)
(Note that different size characters cannot exist in the same line.)
Valid character size
All of the 7 types shown above are available for the commodity name and message.
The store name can be displayed only in 14X07 and 20X10.
Others are displayed only in 14X07.
2. Character styles (bold, underline, highlighted, italic)
3. ASCII character entry using the membrane key or 101 personal computer keyboard
4. Maximum number of registerable characters (including control codes)
Commodity name: 999 characters
Extra message:
999 characters
Store name:
35 characters
Address:
46 characters
Department name: 14 characters
Class name:
14 characters
Tray name:
18 characters
5. Only for the 14X07 character sizes, if the number of characters exceed the limit, the return code is
automatically entered. In addition, word wrapping is available to enter the return code, so that there
will not be any broken words at the lines’ end.
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6.3 PRICE CHANGE
6.3.1 PRICE CHANGE EDIT SCREEN
There are two ways of changing item pricing information. Price Change (Real-Time) is used to change a
price (unit price/fixed price/discount price) for a selected item on a real-time basis. Price Change (Batch
Process) is used to program price change information for multiple items to perform price change on a
batch basis.
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6.3.2 PRICE CHANGE (REAL) EDIT SCREEN
Used to change the current price to a new price that will be available for future use.
Press the [PRICE CHANGE (REAL)] button on the screen. The Price Change (Real) screen will then be
displayed. Call-up the PLU item which requires a price change, enter the PLU number using the numeric
keypad and press the [PLU] key on the key sheet.
When the PLU item is called-up, the current price information will be displayed. Enter the new price
information using the numeric keypad on the key sheet and press the field where the entry has been
made.
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Executing Price Change
All new prices will be changed when the [EXEC.] button is pressed on the screen. New prices will then
be available for future use.
Press the [PRICE CHANGE (BATCH)] button on the Price Change screen. The Price Change (Batch)
screen will then be displayed with items whose new prices have been previously programmed in the list.
Adding an item to the list
Call-up the PLU item which requires a price change by entering the PLU number using the keypad and
press the [PLU] key on the key sheet. The current price and price type of the item will then appear. Enter
new price information using the numeric keypad on the key sheet and press the field where the new price
information has been entered. Press the [EXEC.] button on the screen to execute the changes to all
listed items in the batch file.
Deleting Listed Prices
Press the [PRICE CHANGE (BATCH)] button on the Price Change screen. The Price Change (Batch)
screen will then be displayed. Items that have been previously programmed, will also appear.
To delete the programmed PLU, select it by pressing the [PLU No.] area on the screen. The selected
PLU number will then be highlighted. Press the [DELETE] button on the screen and the Delete Confirmation
screen will then be displayed. Press the [Delete] button on the pop-up screen and the selected item data
will then be deleted.
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6.4 EXTRA MESSAGE
6.4.1 EXTRA MESSAGE EDIT SCREEN
This section explains how to edit extra message data using the edit screen. A maximum number of seven
different character sizes are available for a maximum of 999 characters. It is not possible to mix character
sizes within a single line.
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6.4.2 SAVE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Saving Extra Message Data
First, ensure that numeric data entry is possible in the INPUT field. If not possible, press the [SHIFT]
button on the screen to enable numeric data entry and then call up the Extra Message screen.
To save the extra message data, enter text using the key sheet. Press the [MENU] button on the screen,
and the Save pop-up screen will appear asking for confirmation. Press the [Save] button on the pop-up
screen.
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6.4.3 DELETE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Deleting Extra Message Data
Press the [DELETE] button on the screen, and the Delete pop-up screen will appear asking for
confirmation. Press the [Delete] button on the pop-up screen.
In order to go to the next message, first press the [SHIFT] button on the screen to accept the numeric
data entered in the INPUT field, then enter the desired message number using the numeric keypad, and
press the [PLU] key on the key sheet.
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6.4.4 COPY CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Copying Extra Message Data
First, ensure that numeric data entry is possible in the INPUT field. If not possible, press the [SHIFT]
button on the screen to enable numeric data entry.
Call up the Extra Message screen the data will be copied to. After pressing the [SHIFT] button on the
screen, enter the Message No. of the data to be copied, then the Copy pop-up screen will appear asking
for confirmation. To copy the data, press the [Copy] button on the pop-up screen. The extra message
will then be displayed in the text display area of the receiving message.
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6.5 DATE/TIME REGISTRATION
DATE/TIME REGISTRATION EDIT SCREEN
Registering the present date
The entry order must be the same as the display order (8 digits). Enter the 8-digit data and then press the
[DATE(MM-DD-YYYY)] button on the screen or the date display field to set the data.
Registering the present time
In the order of hour (hh), minute (mm), and second (ss), enter the 6-digit data and then press the
[TIME(HR:MIN:SEC)] button on the screen or the time display field to set the data.
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6.6 STORE NAME/ADDRESS
6.6.1 STORE FILE EDIT SCREEN
This section explains how to edit the store name/address data using the edit screens. Two different
character sizes (14X07 and 20X10) are available for a maximum of 35 characters for store name and 1
character size (14X07) is available for a maximum of 46 characters for store address.
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6.6.2 STORE FILE DELETE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Deleting a Store File
Call-up the store file by entering the store number using the numeric keypad on the key sheet and press
either the [STORE NO.] button on the screen, or the [PLU] key on the key sheet.
To delete the store file, press the [DELETE] button on the Store File screen. The Delete pop-up screen
will then appear, asking for confirmation. Press the [Delete] button on the pop-up screen.
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6.6.3 STORE NAME EDIT SCREEN
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6.6.4 STORE NAME SAVE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Saving Store Name Data
For saving the store name data, ensure that numeric data entry is possible in the INPUT field.
If not possible, press the [SHIFT] button on the screen to enable numeric data entry.
Call up the Store File screen, and press the [STORE NAME] button on the screen. The Store Name
screen will then appear.
To save the data, edit the text using the key sheet. Press the [MENU] button on the screen, and the Save
pop-up screen will appear asking for confirmation. Press the [Save] button on the pop-up screen.
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6.6.5 STORE NAME DELETE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Deleting Store Name Data
Press the [Delete] button on the screen, and the Delete pop-up screen will appear asking for confirmation.
Press the [Delete] button on the pop-up screen.
In order to go to the next store file, first press the [Shift] button on the screen to accept the numeric data
entered in the INPUT field, then enter the desired store number using the numeric keypad, and press the
[PLU] key on the key sheet.
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6.6.6 STORE NAME COPY CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Copying Store Name
First, ensure that numeric data entry is possible in the INPUT field. If not possible, press the [SHIFT]
button on the screen to enable numeric data entry. Call up the Store Name screen to be copied to.
Enter the store file number to be copied in the INPUT field of the store file being copied to and press the
[PLU] key on the key sheet. The Copy pop-up screen will then appear asking for confirmation. Press the
[Copy] button on the pop-up screen. The data being copied will then be displayed in the text display area
of the store file being copied to.
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6.6.7 STORE ADDRESS EDIT SCREEN
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6.6.8 STORE ADDRESS SAVE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Saving Store Address Data
For saving the store address data, ensure that numeric data entry is possible in the INPUT field. If not
possible, press the [SHIFT] button on the screen to enable numeric data entry.
Call up the Store Address screen, and press the [ADDRESS] button on the screen. The Store Address
screen will then appear.
To save the data, edit the text using the key sheet. Press the [MENU] button on the screen, and the Save
pop-up screen will appear asking for confirmation. Press the [Save] button on the pop-up screen.
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6.6.9 STORE ADDRESS DELETE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Deleting Store Address File
Call-up the store address file by entering the store address number using the numeric keypad on the key
sheet and press either the [ADDRESS NO.] button on the screen, or the [PLU] key on the key sheet. For
deleting the address file, press the [DELETE] button on the Store Address screen. The Delete pop-up
screen will then appear, asking for confirmation. Press the [Delete] button on the pop-up screen.
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6.6.10 STORE ADDRESS COPY CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Copying Store Address
First, ensure that numeric data entry is possible in the INPUT field. If not possible, press the [SHIFT]
button on the screen to enable numeric data entry. Call up the Store Address screen that the data will be
copied to.
Enter the store address number to be copied in the INPUT field of the store address file being copied to
and press the [PLU] key on the key sheet. The Copy pop-up screen will then appear asking for confirmation.
Press the [Copy] button on the pop-up screen. The copied data will then be displayed in the text display
area of the store address screen.
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6.7 PRESET
6.7.1 PRESET FILE EDIT SCREEN
Preset Item Selection
Select the desired item by pressing one of the following six buttons; [NON], [PLU], [TARE], [MESSAGE],
[POP] or [TRAY] on the screen. The selected button will then be highlighted.
Preset Data Programming
After an item has been selected, enter the data and press the preset key button on the screen.
The preset information will then be programmed. The upper column of the preset key displays the item,
and the lower column displays the programmed data. The preset key layout corresponds with the preset
key layout on the key sheet.
Preset Key Master Deletion
By pressing the [DELETE] button on the screen, the Preset File delete confirmation screen will be displayed.
Preset Key Upper/Lower Level Switching
To switch between upper/lower preset levels, press the [UPPER/LOWER] button the screen.
This button toggles the display between upper and lower level, and also functions as a status display.
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6.7.2 DELETE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Executing Delete
All preset data (upper/lower level) will be deleted by pressing the [Exec.] button on the pop-up screen.
After deletion is completed, the screen will return to the Main Menu of normal mode.
Canceling Delete
Preset master data deletion will be cancel by pressing the [Cancel] button on the pop-up screen. After
cancellation, the screen will return to the Main Menu of normal mode.
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6.8 BARCODE CHECK LABEL
BARCODE CHECK LABEL SCREEN
Issue Start/End Item Number Programming
1. After item number entry, press the [START No.] button on the screen to program the issue start item
number.
2. After item number entry, press the [END No.] button on the screen to program the issue end item
number.
Note: Both numbers are initially programmed at a maximum and minimum numbers of existing items.
Label Issue
After the above programming is finished, press either the [PRINT] button on the screen or the [PRINT]
key on the keysheet to start printing.
Label Issue Interruption
1. When either the [STOP] button on the screen or the [CLR] key on the keysheet is pressed, printing
will be interrupted.
2. Printing will resume when the label issue process is performed again.
Label Feed
When either the [FEED] button on the screen or the [PAPER FEED] key on the keysheet is pressed, the
label is fed.
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6.9 DEPARTMENT NAME
6.9.1 DEPARTMENT NAME EDIT SCREEN
This section explains how to edit the department name using edit screens. Only 1 character size (14X07)
is available from a maximum of 14 characters.
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6.9.2 SAVE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Saving Department Name Data
To save the department name data, enter text using the key sheet. Press the [MENU] button on the
screen, and the Save pop-up screen will appear asking for confirmation. Press the [Save] button on the
pop-up screen.
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6.9.3 DELETE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Deleting Department Name Data
Press the [Delete] button on the screen, and the Delete pop-up screen will appear asking for confirmation.
Press the [Delete] button on the pop-up screen.
In order to go to the next edit screen, first press the [Shift] button on the screen to accept the numeric
data entered in the INPUT field, then enter the desired department number using the numeric keypad,
and press the [PLU] key on the key sheet.
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6.9.4 COPY CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Copying Department Name Data
First, ensure that numeric data entry is possible in the INPUT field. If not possible, press the [SHIFT]
button on the screen to enable numeric data entry. Call up the Department Name screen for the department
to be copied to.
Enter the department number in the INPUT field and press the [PLU] key on the key sheet.
The Copy pop-up screen will then appear asking for confirmation. Press the [Copy] button on the pop-up
screen. The copied department data will then be displayed in the text display area on the screen.
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6.10 GROUP NAME
6.10.1 GROUP NAME EDIT SCREEN
This section explains how to edit the group name using edit screens. Only 1 character size (14X07)
is available from a maximum of 14 characters.
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6.10.2 SAVE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Saving Group Name Data
To save group name data, enter text using the key sheet. Press the [MENU] button on the screen, and the
Save pop-up screen will appear asking for confirmation. Press the [Save] button on the pop-up screen.
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6.10.3 DELETE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Deleting Group Name Data
Press the [Delete] button on the screen, and the Delete pop-up screen will appear asking for confirmation.
Press the [Delete] button on the pop-up screen.
In order to go to the next edit screen, first press the [Shift] button on the screen to accept the numeric
data entered in the INPUT field, then enter the desired group number using the numeric keypad, and
press the [PLU] key on the key sheet.
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6.10.4 COPY CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Copy Group Name Data
First, ensure that numeric data entry is possible in the INPUT field. If not possible, press the [SHIFT]
button on the screen to enable numeric data entry. Call up the Group Name screen that the data will be
copied to.
Enter the group number to be copied in the INPUT field and press the [PLU] key on the key sheet. The
Copy pop-up screen will then appear asking for confirmation. Press the [Copy] button on the pop-up
screen. The copied group data will then be displayed in the text display area on the screen.
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6.11 TRAY FILE
6.11.1 TRAY PROGRAM 1/2 SCREEN
This section explains how to edit the tray name using edit screens. Only 1 character size (14X07) is
available from a maximum of 18 characters.
lb
lb
Calling-up Tray Master Number (Max. 4 digits)
Enter the tray master number, then press either the [TRAY No.] button on the screen or the PLU key on
the keysheet. When there is an existing master, the data will be displayed. If there is no existing master,
the default data will be displayed.
Selection of Infeed Stop Position
Program by pressing the desired button under the STOP POSITION selection area. The selected item is
then highlighted. The selection is made according to tray shape.
FRONT: Selected for normal trays.
BACK: Selected for trays with rims.
Selection of Lift Switch
Program by pressing the desired button under the LIFT SELECT selection area. The selected item is
then highlighted. The selection is made according to tray shape.
SMALL: Selected for small trays.
LARGE: Selected for large trays.
Depth Dimension Data Programming
Enter the depth dimension data, and then press the [DEPTH] button on the screen. The programmed
data will then be displayed in the DEPTH display area.
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Length Dimension Data Programming
Enter the length dimension data, and then press the [LENGTH] button on the screen. The programmed
data will then be displayed in the LENGTH display area.
Weigh Mode Switch
Press the [WEIGH] button on the screen to change from wrapping mode to weigh mode. The selected
item is then highlighted. It is used when weighing either tray or film. In weight mode, wrapping operations
will not be performed even after the weight is stabilized.
Rear Tension Adjustment (Max. 2 digits)
Adjust the tension by pressing the [HIGH/LOW] button under the STRETCH(BACK) selection area or
press STRETCH(BACK) after the data is entered.
Left/Right Tension Adjustment (Max. 2 digits)
Adjust the tension by pressing the [HIGH/LOW] button under the STRETCH(BOTH) selection area or
press STRETCH(BOTH) after the data is entered.
Front Tension Adjustment (Max. 2 digits)
Adjust the tension by pressing the [HIGH/LOW] button under the STRETCH(FRONT) selection area or
press STRETCH(FRONT) after the data is entered.
Film Cut Length Adjustment (Max. 2 digits)
Adjust the film length by pressing the [-/+] button under the FILM LENGTH selection area or press FILM
LENGTH after the data is entered.
Tray Weight Programming (Max. 2 digits)
Enter the weight data, then press the [TRAY WEIGHT] button on the screen. It is added to the tare data
when the tray master is called-up in normal mode.
Film Weight Programming (Max. 2 digits)
Enter the weight data, then press the [FILM WEIGHT] button on the screen. It is added to the tare data
when the tray master is called-up in normal mode (with wrapping function).
Film Roll Selection (1: Right, 3: Left)
Enter the data, then press the [FILM SELECT] button on the screen.
Tray Master Delete
The delete confirmation pop-up screen will be displayed when the [DELETE] button on the screen is
pressed.
Zero Adjustment
Zero adjustment is performed by pressing either the [ZERO] button on the screen or the ZERO key on
the keysheet in weigh mode (WEIGH button is highlighted). ZERO will be displayed.
Wrapper Return Operation
Wrapper return operation is performed by pressing the [RETURN] button on the screen.
Film Feed Operation
Film feed operation is performed by pressing the [F.FEED] button on the screen.
Tray Name Programming/Edit Screen Switch
Tray name edit screen is displayed by pressing the [NAME] button on the screen.
Tray Master Programming Screen Switch
Tray name program screen 2/2 is displayed by pressing the [PAGE] button on the screen.
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6.11.2 TRAY PROGRAM 2/2 SCREEN
Tray No.
Displays a tray number for the wrapping test.
Labeling Angle [Horizontal/Vertical]
Selects a label angle either horizontal or vertical to the tray.
Label Position 1-8
Select a required label position and angle from [1] to [4] when [HORIZONTAL] is selected, or from [5] to
[8] when [VERTICAL] is selected.
Applicator Left/Right Position Programming
Enter the label position data, then press the [LABEL POSITION R/L] button on the screen.
The programmed label position data will then be displayed in the LABEL POSITION R/L display area.
Applicator Front/Rear Position Programming
Enter the label position data, then press the [LABEL POSITION F/B] button on the screen.
The programmed label position data will then be displayed in the LABEL POSITION F/B display area.
Label Pressure Adjustment Data Programming
Enter the pressure data, then press the [PRESSURE ADJUST.] button on the screen. The programmed
pressure adjustment data will then be displayed in the PRESSURE ADJUST. display area.
Applicator Move Operation Data Programming
After programming the left and right label position, press the [MOVE] button on the screen to start
moving the applicator.
Labeling Test Operation
Perform labeling test through weight stabilized (pricing operation), a non-printing label is issued.
Label Feeding Operation
Label feeding operation is performed by pressing either the [FEED] button on the screen or by pressing
the [PAPER FEED] key on the keysheet.
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6.11.3 TRAY PROGRAM 1/2 DELETE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Confirm
Is it okay delete
Delete
Cancel
Deleting Tray Master Data
Ensure that numeric data entry is possible in the INPUT field. If not possible, press the [SHIFT] button on
the screen to enable numeric data entry. Enter the tray master number in the INPUT field using the
numeric keypad and press the [PLU] key on the key sheet.
Press the [DELETE] button on the screen, and the Delete pop-up screen will appear asking for
confirmation. Press the [Delete] button on the pop-up screen.
In order to go to the next tray program screen, first press the [Shift] button on the screen to accept the
numeric data to entered in the INPUT field, then enter the desired tray number using the numeric keypad,
and press the [PLU] key on the key sheet.
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6.11.4 TRAY NAME EDIT SCREEN
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6.11.5 RAY NAME SAVE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Saving Tray Name Data
Enter the tray number in the INPUT field using the numeric keypad and press the [PLU] key on the key
sheet. Press the [NAME] button on the screen, and the Tray Name screen will then appear.
To save the tray name data, enter text using the key sheet. Press the [MENU] button on the screen, and
the Save pop-up screen will appear asking for confirmation. Press the [Save] button on the pop-up
screen.
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6.11.6 TRAY NAME DELETE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Deleting Tray Name Data
Press the [DELETE] button on the screen, and the Delete pop-up screen will appear asking for
confirmation. Press the [Delete] button on the pop-up screen.
In order to go to the next tray name, first press the [Shift] button on the screen to accept the numeric data
entered in the INPUT field, then enter the desired tray name using the numeric keypad, and press the
[PLU] key on the key sheet.
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6.11.7 TRAY NAME COPY CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Copying Tray Data
First, ensure that numeric data entry is possible in the INPUT field. If not possible, press the [SHIFT]
button on the screen to enable numeric data entry. Call up the Tray Name screen for you want to copy to.
Enter the tray number to be copied in the INPUT field of the screen and press the [PLU] key on the key
sheet. The Copy pop-up screen will then appear asking for confirmation. Press the [Copy] button on the
pop-up screen. The copied data will then be displayed in the text display area on the screen.
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6.12 CAMPAIGN ITEM
6.12.1 CAMPAIGN ITEM 1/2 EDIT SCREEN
A maximum number of 20 files can be programmed into the campaign master. A maximum number of
100 items can be programmed into each file.
Programming Campaign Period
To program the campaign period, call-up the Campaign Item screen, then enter the start and end date.
To show detailed item data, press the [NEXT] button on the screen.
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6.12.2 CAMPAIGN ITEM 1/2 DELETE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Delete confirmation
Is it okay to delete data?
Cancel
Exec.
Deleting Campaign Period Data
Call-up the item data to be deleted. The item called-up will be highlighted. To delete the highlighted item
data, press the [DELETE] button on the screen. A Delete pop-up screen will then appear, asking for
confirmation. To delete, press the [Exec.] button.
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6.12.3 CAMPAIGN ITEM 2/2 EDIT SCREEN
Programming Campaign Items
To call-up the Campaign Item 2/2 screen, press the [NEXT] button on the screen. Then call-up the
campaign item data by pressing the [PLU] key on the key sheet after entering the PLU number. For the
highlighted item, program the discount mode by pressing the [Discount Mode] button until desired
markdown mode ([NON], [DISC], [–$], [–%], or [UP]) is obtained.
Press the DISC.P field after entering the value.
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6.12.4 CAMPAIGN ITEM 2/2 DELETE CONFIRMATION POP-UP SCREEN
Deleting Campaign Item Data
Call-up the item data to be deleted. The item called-up will be highlighted. To delete the highlighted item
data, press the [DELETE] button on the screen. A Delete pop-up screen will then appear, asking for
confirmation. To delete, press the [Exec.] button on the pop-up screen.
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6.13 CASSETTE NUMBER
CASSETTE NUMBER EDIT SCREEN
Programming the Cassette Number
Press the [CASSETTE No.] button on the screen to program after entering the cassette number to be
used when printing (There is no actual cassette media installed. The cassette number indicates a group
with printing flag information, including label format number, sensor information, store name/address to
be programmed in program mode.).
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6.14 MACHINE SETUP
MACHINE SETUP SCREEN
Machine Number Button
1. Machine number is programmed for online use.
2. After making numeric data entry, programming is completed by pressing the [MACHINE NO.] button
on the screen.
Note: Program numbers range for 02 to 31. “00” is used for offline. “01” is assigned for the master
machine.
Item Master Automatic Delete Term Program Button
1. The satellite machine will store an item master by calling up an item from the master machine when
online. This programming is used to define a period to automatically delete the item master in a
satellite machine after a specified term if no call-up is performed from the master machine. For example,
when one month is programmed, the item master will be deleted unless call-up takes place up to the
first day of the second month.
2. After numeric entry, press this button.
Note: Programmable terms range between 01 to 24 months. “00” indicates no programming.
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6.15 ONLINE SETUP
ONLINE SETUP SCREEN
This is used to switch between online and offline when item master specifications are applied.
Offline/Online Button
Default is set to offline. Press the button to complete the programming. The selected button will then be
highlighted.
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6.16 FILE DOWNLOAD
Process to connect wiyh IF-21 when Data Save/Load, and Dip switch setting.
1. Connect DSUB-9 from IF-21 to “Option” connector at the bacward of Control console (P-851).
2. Insert Power plug for IF-21.
3. Tura ON Dip switch No.2 of IF-21.
4. Insert FD into IF-21.
5. Save or load the data though Data Save/Load menu.
Touch panel
Control console
P-851
IF-21
FD
DSUB-9
dip switch(6P)
OFF
ON
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6.17 NUTRITION
This function is used to program nutrition data which will be printed on the label by linking the associated
PLU. To display the NUTRITION screen, press the NUTRITION button on the PROGRAM MENU screen.
Enter a numeric value (1 to 9999)and oress the NUTRITION No.button on the screen to call-up the
master fule and program the required data in each fielid.
NUTRITION No
Call-up the nutrition master file by entering a numeric value (1 to 9999) and pressing the button.
SERVING SIZE
Used to enter characters such as 1 cup/slice by using the operation keysheet and pressing the cell.
SERVING PER CONT
Used to enter alphanumeric data (4 digit) by pressing the button.
TOTAL CALORIES
Used to enter alphanumeric data (4 digit) by pressing the button.
CALORIES FROM FAT
Used to enter alphanumeric data (4 digit) by pressing the button.
TOTAL FAT/SATURATED FAT/CHOLESTEROL/SODIUM/CARBOHYDRATE.
DIETARY FIBER/SUGARS/PROTEIN.
Used to enter the ingredient weight data by entering a numeric value and pressing the cell to set.
Select a unit of weight measure by pressing the button. The selected measurement will then be highlighted.
Enter the percentage of the ingredient to be obtained for the daily total requirement of an adult by entering
a numeric value and pressing the cell to set.
VITAMIN A (%)/VITAMIN C (%)/CALCIOM (%)/IRON (%)
Used to enter percent (max. 3 digits) in the desired field and press the corresponding button.
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Chapter 7 MAIN UNITS & ERROR MESSAGES
■ OMNi-3000S/ST Fuse list and error codes
Rear Fuse Panel
Number
Rating
F11, F12 250V, 4A
Type Protection for: Error Number
3AG Exit Heater
Error Name
None
None
Symptom
No heat at package seal
heater. No lamp on temp
control dial.
F13, F14
250V, 2A
“
Transformer
F15, F16
250V, 3A
“
Power Supply
1101-0000
F17, F18
“
“
AC Servo Motor
1122-0101
“Wrapper
control board
malfunction”
F21, F22,
F23
250V,
1.5A*
“
P-858A and
P-858C
None+
1153-0000
Package does not infeed.
None+
Wrapper control Can recall one PLU but not
anoter. No Roll Set, Film
board error
Feed, Return, or printer
move (Left to Right).
F24, F25
250V, 1A
“
P-858B
1112-0000
F26
“
“
“
“Wrapper action Package infeeds, rear film
belt moves, printer moves,
error - lift
change motor” then error message. Can
Roll Set and Film Feed both
sides.
No discharge conveyor
None
operation.
F27, F28,
F29
250V, 4A
“
AC Servo Motor
F2A, F2B
250V, 3A
“
Discharge
Pusher Motor
1106-0000
“Wrapper action Partial wrap cycle - stops at
discharge pusher.
error - eject
pusher motor”
“
Printer Move
Motor (L/R)
1113-0000
“Wrapper action
error - labeling
machine move
motor”
F2C, F2D 250V, 1.5A
“
None
“
“
Wrapper is dead. Single
beep from wrapper at
power up. Lamp on temp
control dial is lit.
“Wrapper is not No 24VDC from wrapper
power supply. No red status
connected”
LEDs on sensors. Cannot
clear error message.
Emergency Stop button
does not clear message.
Too many beeps (error
warning) from wrapper at
power up.
No misoperation.
“
Printer unit does not move
Left to Right. Press Move
key - error message displayed after eight seconds.
* Ishida has authorized an increase in fuse capacity and type. Upgrade to 2A, 250, time delay fuses
(MDL/3AG type).
+
Based on firmware revision, may cause Error 1123-0000, “Emergency Stop button is pressed”.
Film Roll Heater* Control Panel (Below Rear Fuse Panel)
Number
F1, F2
Rating
250V, 8A
Type Protection for: Error Number
3AG Film Roll Heater
None
Error Name
None
* The film roll heater is an option on the OMNi-3000 auto wrapper.
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Symptom
No heat in film roll area.
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P-857 Wrapper CPU Board (Left side)
Number
F1
F2
Rating
3A
1A
Type Protection for: Error Number
5x20 24 volts DC
“
1101-0000
5 volts DC
“
Error Name
Symptom
“Wrapper is not No 24VDC from wrapper
power supply. No red status
connected”
LEDs on sensors. Connot
clear error massage.
“
“
P-858 “A” Wrapper control board (Left side)
Number
F1
Rating
7A
F2
“
F3, F4
250V, 5A
Type Protection for: Error Number
5x20 24 volts DC
“
1122-0021
5 volts DC
5x20 200 volts AC
“
None
1153-0000
Error Name
Symptom
“Wrapper
control board
malfunction”
“
Emergency Stop button
clears error message, but it
returns immediately.
“
None
Package does not infeed.
Error beeps when package
is placed on infeed. Can
recall one PLU but not
another. No Roll Set, Film
Feed, Return, or printer
move (Left to Right).
P-858 “B” Wrapper control board (Right side)
Number
F1
Rating
7A
Type Protection for: Error Number
F2
1A
“
5 volts DC
F3
250V, 5A
“
200 volts AC
F4
“
“
5x20 24 volts DC
“
1122-0022
“
1112-0000
None
“Wrapper
control board
malfunction”
Error Name
Symptom
Emergency Stop button
clears error message, but it
returns immediately. Error
beeps at power up.
“
“
“Wrapper
control board
malfunction”
Package infeed, rear film
belt moves, then error
message. Can Roll Set and
Film Feed both sides.
No discharge conveyor
operation (OMNi-ST)
None
P-858 “C” Wrapper control board (Left side)
Number
F1
Rating
7A
Type Protection for: Error Number
F2
1A
“
5 volts DC
F3
250V, 5A
“
200 volts AC
F4
“
“
5x20 24 volts DC
“
1122-0023
“
None
“
7-57
Error Name
Symptom
“Wrapper
control board
malfunction”
“
Cannot clear error
message.
None
No Film Roll motor assist
(Left or Right side)
No misoperation.
“
“
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Chapter 8 LOAD CELL UNIT
Chapter
8
LOAD CELL UNIT
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Chapter 8 LOAD CELL UNIT
8.1 LOCATION OF MAIN PARTS
①
②
③
Location of main parts
No.
Part Name
1
2
LC unit CLC-25N
Harness C3’ scale 1
3
A/D board PWB’ 830
• Only main parts are mentioned here.
• Refer to “Parts List” for parts that are not covered in this manual.
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Chapter 8 LOAD CELL UNIT
8.2 REPLACING THE LOAD CELL UNIT
1. Remove the infeed conveyor and roller unit
Roller unit
Infeed unit
2. Cut the seal wire and remove the weigh platter
Seal Wire
(1) Cut the seal wire
(2) Unfasten seal screws #1 and #2,
and remove weigh platter.
Screw #2
Weigh platter
Screw #1
CAUTION
Main body of
Weighing mechanism
Do not cut the base seal wire if not
required since it is necessary to replace
the sanction seal when the seal wire is
cut.
Seal wire and weigh platter
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3. Remove the platter support
(1) Loosen the four (4) screws holding the
platter support.
Screws
Receiving Platter
platter support
4. Remove the weigh mechanism cover
(1) Loosen the four (4) screws holding the
weigh mechanism cover.
+
+
+
(2) Slowly lift the weigh mechanism cover.
Screws
+
Weigh Mechanism
Cover
Weigh mechanism cover
5. Remove the A/D board
(1) Disconnect connector #1 and #2 from the
A/D board.
A/D Board
(2) Remove the A/D board rocking support
(4 locations).
(3) Remove the load cell connection cable
solder (5 locations).
Load Cell
Connection Cable
Connector #2
Connector #1
A/D board
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6. Remove the load cell unit
Screw
(1) Loosen the load cell unit screws (3).
(2) Remove the load cell unit.
The load cell output cable is soldered to the board.
Load cell unit
Load cell unit
Be careful not to mistakenly attach the wrong
wires when soldering the load cell cable.
A/D boad
Black
Blue
Green
White
Red
Load cell output cable
7. Confirm the position of the four-corner
limit screws after replacing the load cell
• With the roller unit, weigh platter, platter
support installed, adjust and confirm the
position of the four-corner limit screws.
• The four-corner limit screws are constructed
to protect the load cell from being damaged
when and excessive load is applied to the
weigh platter.
• Adjustment of the four-corner limit screws is
necessary when the load cell has been
replaced or the main body has received a jolt.
Four-comer Limit Screw
Gap
Limit Screw
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Chapter 8 LOAD CELL UNIT
8.3 SPAN ADJUSTMENT
Span adjustment is performed in test mode. Refer to “Test Mode” for the procedures on starting
test mode.
1 HARDWARE TEST
1 KEY CHECK
2 COMMUNICATION CHECK
3 A/D CHECK
4 THERMAL HEAD
5 PROGRAM No.
8.3.1 ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
Confirm the present setting.
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8.3.2 SPAN ADJUSTMENT FLOWCHART
Press ZERO
NO
Take a weight measurement.
1.A/D converter initial
value setting.
Is the A/D
converter value
within 2000 ±1
count ?
30lb
12kg
YES
Place a 30lb weight on
the weigh platter.
Press TARE
NO
2.Span adjustment.
Is the A/D
converter amount change
within 30000 ±2
count ?
YES
Take a weight measurmeasurement.
3.Saving data
Press the A/D board switch.
1. A/D Converter Initial Value
•
•
•
•
•
Press [ZERO].
The A/D converter initial value is displayed in the unit price column.
Confirm that the initial value is within 2000 ± 1 count.
If it is within 2000 ± 1 count, perform span adjustment.
If it is not within 2000 ± 1 count, press [ZERO] and confirm.
2. Span Adjustment
•
•
•
•
Place an item weighing 30lb on the weigh platter.
The A/D converter weight change is shown in the weight column.
Confirm that the span adjustment is within 30000 ± 2 count.
If it is within 30000 ± 2, save data. If span adjustment is not within 30000 ± 2 count, press either
the [TARE] or [SPAN] button to take a weight measurement.
• Repeat procedure beginning with “1. A/D converter initial value”.
Note: When SPAN is positioned at 30lb, continue to press the [30000] button until the counter reaches
[37500]. Refer to A/D check in Test Mode.
3. Saving data
• Save data to E 2 ROM.
• Remove weight from platter and remove platter.
• Remove cap and press switch from top.
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4. Removing load cell unit
• Turn off power to complete span adjustment.
Cap
Disconnecting power
CAUTION
Do not touch the switch with a screwdriver or
any other metallic objects.
Do not cut the base seal wire if not required since
it is necessary to replace the sanction seal when
the seal wire is cut.
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Chapter 9 WRAPPING KNOWLEDGE
Chapter
9
WRAPPING KNOWLEDGE
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Chapter 9 WRAPPING KNOWLEDGE
9.1 WRAPPING PROGRAMMING
Set the pusher speed for the tray having the longest length.
Example: Width = 28cm; Length = 22cm
LENGTH
cm
WIDTH
cm
The default setting for the pusher speed is “45”. In this case, the length of the tray is 26cm.
Length
Speed
20cm
21cm
22cm
23cm
24cm
25cm
26cm
↓
↓
↓
↓
↓
↓
↓
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
Select the appropriate film width for the tray length.
The appropriate film width can be obtained by adding 4cm to the tray circumference.
Example: Length = 22cm, Height = 3cm, so this makes 22cm + 22cm + 3cm + 3cm = 50cm
For these dimensions, 54cm of film width is most appropriate.
Why is it necessary to adjust the speed?
The pusher pushes the tray when the rear
wrapping plate does not reach its limit. If the
wrapping is performed at this time, the tray will
be crushed forward.
Heater
Rear wrapping plate
The pusher pushes the tray smoothly when the
rear wrapping plate reaches it limit.
Heater
Rear wrapping plate
Adjust the volume to delay pusher timing. The
pusher pushes the tray when the rear
wrapping plate reaches its limit.
Heater
Rear wrapping plate
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ADJUST ORIGINAL POSITION SENSOR POSITION
When OMNI-3000 is shipped our factory, it is adjusted by Ishida original tray. So, it needs to adjust to suit
the customer’s tray.
It is better to adjust the tray to come up as much closer as to the edge of discharge roller.
• By adjusting Original Position Sensor position (Clearance (1): adjusted position when ex-factory), it can
be adjusted the position which the tray comes up to discharge roller area.When adjusting the position,
please select tallest (weakest) tray.
Original Position Sensor should be adjusted without tray crash and the tray comes up as much closer to
the edge of discharge roller (Clearance (1) to Clearance (2).
• When adjusting the position, please set STOP POSITION of TRAY PROGRAM 1/2 as BACK (default =
FRONT : see chapter 5.12 TRAY FILE, page 5-47).
• After completion of above adjustment, please check all other trays can be wrapped properly. In this
case, please set back STOP POSITION of TRAY PROGRAM 1/2 as FRONT.
Note: During above other trays check, it may crash the tray, or appears message of “No item”. In this
case, please set STOP POSITION as BACK. If still error occurs, please adjust Original Position
Sensor again, with this tray.
Clearance(1)
Heater
Tray
+
Reference position sensor
Clearance(2)
Clearance(2)
+
Clearance(1)
Tray
Heater
+
Reference position sensor
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ADJUST THE FILM TENSION OF THE TRAY SURFACE.
Adjust the overall film tension of the tray surface using the [+] and [] buttons. The film
tension can be adjusted by adjusting the timing of movement of the rear wrapping plate, left
and right wrapping plates, and the pusher as well as the solenoid strength.
Rear tension
← Adjust the tension of the rear of the using the solenoid.
0
+
The rear tension of the tray is adjusted by using the rear →
wrapping plate.
-
Side tension
← Adjust the tension of the tary side using the solenoid.
0
+
-
Front tension
The tensions of the tray sides are adjusted by using the side →
wrapping plate.
Tray
← Adjust the tension of the front of the using the solenoid.
0
+
Tray
The rear tension of the tray is adjusted by using the rear →
wrapping plate.
-
Tray
The difference between rear tension and side tension must not exceed three. Adjust by changing the
setting for the length and width of the tray.
Change the settings for width and length of the tray.
Start timing of wrapping plates is programmed by entering the tray length and width. The timing of the
rear wrapping plate and side wrapping plates will slightly differ depending on the individual machine
when the tray size is set as “19” or “20” for half tray size such as “19.5cm.
Side wrapping plate
Rear wrapping plate
Rear wrapping plate
The side wrapping plates reach the tray
The rear wrapping plate reaches the tray
faster than the side wrapping plates.
faster than the rear wrapping plate.
This illustration shows the film tension distribution
over the tray.
This illustration shows the film tension The tension
for the four sides of the tray varies. This illustration
shows that the tensions on both sides are difficult
to adjust.
When adjusting the tension, adjust not only by
setting the clump-solenoid strength but also by
changing the tray dimensions.
10
5
5
10
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Adjust the position of the original position sensor
This has to be adjusted according to customer requirements (At factory shipment, it is set to a position
where all types of trays can be accommodated).
Heater
The film length between the front and rear does not differ because
the tray is raised too early. This makes it difficult for the rear wrapping
plate to be inserted under the tray and causes the tray to be hit by
the plate.
Heater
The rear wrapping plate is easily inserted because the rear side of
the tray raises as the tray is lifted towards the discharging roller.
• “Sensor position”: to be adjusted for high or weak trays to lift.
• Set the original position sensor to lift trays when they come close to the discharging rollers.
When an inappropriate film width is selected, smooth wrapping will not be carried out even after
adjustments have been performed.
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Select the film width
How to select film width is described in the previous item 1. Is it not selected by imagining only the
completed condition? You may think that it is “OK” because the film is overlapped 1cm, but you had to
take the strength of the tray into consideration as well.
There are various problems such as the tray was broken, the film was not folded into the rear side of the
tray and so on.
The illustrations below show what the film length causes.
Heater
The wrong film width was selected. The film length at the rear and front are almost the same.
Heater
The rear wrapping plate cannot be inserted because the film at the rear side cannot be
stretched. If the film cannot be stretched, the tray is pushed down by the rear wrapping plate.
Heater
A correct film width is selected. The film length at the rear is longer that that of the front.
Heater
The rear wrapping plate can be easily inserted under the tray because the film at the rear can
be stretched.
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Adjust the lift head height
Lift head height must be adjusted according to the shapes of the tray bottoms. (At factory shipment, the
head height setting is not lower than the surface of the rear wrapping plate.)
• Wrapping conditions must be adjusted by selecting a correct width of the film, tray lifting position, tray
sizes and the strength of the solenoid. A trouble should not be removed only by raising the lift head
height when a tray is damage.
• Lift Head Height
Rear wrapping plate
Side wrapping plate
Lift head
Height setting at factory shipping
Rear wrapping plate
Side wrapping plate
Lift head
Height setting at factory shipping
Find and set the best positions after carrying out wrapping tests for each tray type. The positions will
differ depending on strength and shapes of the trays.
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When the lift head is set too high and/or the film is too wide.
Heater
A
Heater
B
Heater
C
When the lift head is set too high (A), the tray is pushed onto the discharging rollers (C) by the rear
wrapping plate (B) and the film from the rear cannot be folded underneath the tray bottom.
When the lift height is appropriate, the film at the rear is properly folded under the tray bottom (D) because
the tray is not pushed onto the discharging rollers.
If the film is too wide, the film at the rear will become too loose to be folded under the tray bottom.
Heater
D
Heater
E
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SET THE POSITION OF LABEL APPLICATOR
A default value has been set for the label applicator position.
In order to position the label applicator in a required place, change a numeric value of the Label Position
F/B on the Tray Program 2/2 screen using the [+] and [-] buttons.
Label application timing is counted after the pusher starts moving, and the label is applied during a tray is
moving.
Screw(M5)
Screw(M5)
Bracket
Bracket
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
Note: When attaching the bracket, ensure that the magnet and rubber are placed correctly.
When the bracket installation and the tray adjustment are not performed properly, the error (1106-0002)
will be caused.
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Chapter 10 WIRING DIAGRAMS
Chapter
10
WIRING DIAGRAMS
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Chapter 10 WIRING DIAGRAMS
HIGH VOLTAGE CIRCUITS (POWER SUPPLY, PRINTER, DC BRUSHLESS MOTOR)
LINE-2(WH)
200VAC LINE-1(RD)
LINE-3(BK)
LINE-2(WH)
LINE-3(BK)
LINE-1(RD)
LINE-3(BK)
200VAC LINE-1(RD)
200VAC
Other Circuits
Print Circuit Board
P-857
LINE-1(RD)
200VAC LINE-3(BK)
200VAC
F21
F22
F23
F24
F25
F26
F15
F16
F2A
F2B
F2C
LINE-2(WH)
F2D
LINE-1(RD)
GND
Power Supply-1 24VDC
∼
Print Circuit Board
P-858 No.B
M
∼
M
∼
Lift Switch Motor
ST type
M
∼
Discharge motor
ST type
M
Print Circuit Board
P-858 No.A
Ejection
Pusher Motor
M
Heater motor
DC Brushless Motor Driver
DC Brushless Motor Driver
Labeling Mchine
Move Motor
M
∼
Feeder Motor
Print Circuit Board
P-858 No.C
M
∼
M
∼
Left Side
Film Roll Move Motor
Front/Rear Side
Wrapping Motor
Right Side
Film Roll Move Motor
M
∼
M
∼
Left/Right Side
Wrapping Motor
M
∼
Feeder Move Motor
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HIGH VOLTAGE CIRCUITS (SAFETY CIRCUITS)
Main power switch
Line-1(RD)
Line-2(WH)
Line-3(BK)
Equip GND
1
Stepping Motor Driver
Infeed Motor
M
2
Safety Switches
(For Cover Driver)
8
The Kind of the cover
1.Side Cover(Left Side)
2.Film Loading Door(Left Side)
3.Film Loading Door(Front Left)
4.Side Cover(Right Side)
5.Film Loading Door(Right Side)
6.Film Loading Door(Front Right)
7.Printer Cover
8.Infeed Unit Lower Cover
Reray-2
Supplementary Protector-2
Z
To
Print Circuit Board
(P-858 No.A)
Z
GND
24VDC
u
v
I > 5.1A
w
Transformer-1
U
V
W
208(220/240)VAC
Supplementary Protector-1
I > 6.3A
Reray-1
Thermal Reray
1.7A
[Cycle Start]
Machine Operation Enable
M
∼
Feeder Motor
Line-1(RD)
Line-2(WH)
Line-3(BK)
To
Power
Supply-1
Z
Z
F11
F12
F13
F14
F15
F16
F17
F18
250VAC/4A
250VAC/4A Heater Unit
250VAC/2A
250VAC/2A Transformer-2
(P:200VAC,S:100VAC)
250VAC/3A
250VAC/3A Power supply-1
(SLS-150PW)
250VAC/3A
AC Servo
250VAC/3A
(For The Control)
Electro Magnetic Contactor-1
F21
F22
F23
F24
F25
F26
F27
F28
F29
250VAC/1.5A
Print Circuit Boards
250VAC/1.5A
250VAC/1.5A (P-858 No.A/C)
250VAC/1A
250VAC/1A Print Circuit Boards
(P-858 No.B)
250VAC/1A
250VAC/4A
250VAC/4A AC Servo
(For The Drive)
250VAC/4A
Electro Magnetic Contactor-2
F2A
F2B
F2C
F2D
250VAC/3A
DC
Brushless Motor Driver
250VAC/3A
(Ejection Pusher Motor)
250VAC/1.5A
Speed contoroller
250VAC/1.5A
Motor Driver
(Printer Move Motor)
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HIGH VOLTAGE CIRCUITS (HEATER UNIT)
200VAC
200VAC
LINE-1(RD)
LINE-2(WH)
LINE-1(RD)
LINE-3(BK)
F11
F12
F13
F14
24VDC
GND
Heater Unit
Heater Power SW
Transformer-2
3
4
1
5
8
Temperature
Controller
2
100VAC
Transformer-2
200VAC
6
7
Reray
Z
Thermal Limiter
240℃,250VAC/10A
To
Operation Unit
To
Labeling Unit
Heater
Thermo Couple
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TOUCH PANEL
Contrast VR
Touch panel
LCD Unit
DF 18-3
DF 18-3
Back light
inverter
IL-Z-5
68147-008
Touch panel
EH-4
FCN794-10
Power supply buzzer RS-232C
J1
J4
P-853 key I/F board
J1:1 Ten key
MR-18
PCS-E50FC
Operating
panel
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HIGH VOLTAGE CIRCUITS (LABELING UNIT)
To Transformer-2
(100VAC)
∼
24VDC
Power Supply-2
PRINTER UNIT
> >
Print Circuit Board
P-852
M
Label Feed Motor
Print Circuit Board
P-901
AC Servo Controller
LABELING UNIT
M
∼
Fan
Labeling Machine Servo Motor
Stepping motor
M
M
∼
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HIGH VOLTAGE CIRCUITS (AC SERVO, OPERATION UNIT)
To Transformer-2
(100VAC)
200VAC
LINE-2(WH)
LINE-3(BK)
LINE-2(WH)
200VAC LINE-1(RD)
GND
5VDC
LINE-3(BK)
Power Supply-3
∼
+12VDC
GND
-12VDC
F17
F18
F27
F28
F29
+
AC Servo
AC Servo Controller
SCALE UNIT
Print Circuit Board
P-830
Print Circuit
Board
P-851
Print Circut Board
P-887
Print Circuit
Board
P-850
KEY SHEET
M
∼
Lift Motor
LCD UNIT
TOUCH PANEL
Print Circuit Board
P-853
DISPLAY UNIT
> >
DC to AC INVERTOR UNIT
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Chapter 12 ERROR MESSAGES
Chapter
12
ERROR MESSAGES
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Chapter 12 ERROR MESSAGES
12.1 ERROR MESSAGES BY NUMBER
Error message screens contain the following information: error number, cause of error and possible
solutions. Following is a list of possible error messages that may occur during normal operation.
Error No. Sub-error No.
Error Unit
Lift Motor
1103
0000
1104
0000
1104
0001
1105
0000
1106
0000
1106
0001
1106
0002
Cause
1. Foreign object caught in the motor.
2. Harness is damaged or short-circuited between
P-857 and servo amplifier.
3. Harness is damaged between P-857 and the
electromagnetic contactor.
4. Servo amplifier error.
5. Feeder move middle position sensor error (e.g., lift
crashes into the feeder (rear)).
6. P-857 error.
7. P-858 (No. A) error
1. Foreign object caught in the motor.
2. No existence on the original position sensor when
wrapping starts.
3. Front/rear wrapping motor error.
4. Front/rear wrapping original position sensor error.
5. Front/rear wrapping front limit sensor error.
6. P-858 (No. A) error.
1. Front/rear wrapping original position sensor error.
Front/Rear Wrapping
2. Front/rear wrapping front limit sensor error.
Sensor
3. P-858 (No. A) error
Left/Right Side Wrapping 1. Foreign object caught in the motor.
2. No existence on the left/right wrapping original
Motor
position sensor when wrapping starts.
3. Left/right wrapping motor error.
4. Left/right wrapping original position sensor error.
5. Left/right wrapping count sensor error.
6. P-857 error.
7. P-858 (No. A) error.
Ejection Pusher Motor
1. Foreign object caught in the motor.
2. No existence on the ejection pusher original
position sensor when wrapping starts.
3. Ejection pusher motor error.
4. Ejection pusher original position sensor error.
5. Ejection pusher front limit sensor error.
6. DC brushless controller error.
7. P-857 error.
8. P-858 (No. A) error.
Ejection Pusher Sensor
1. Ejection pusher original position sensor error.
2. Ejection pusher front limit sensor error.
3. P-858 (No. A) error.
Applicator pushed by the 1. Micro-switcher in the front and rear positions of
Ejection Pusher
the applicator incorrectly adjusted.
2. Label applicator timing incorrectly programmed.
3. Applicator arm operation error.
Front/Rear Wrapping
Motor
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Error No. Sub-error No.
Error Unit
Feeder Move Motor
1107
0000
Cause
1. Foreign object caught in the motor.
2. Film reached the feeder move original position
(rear limit sensor) without the film width being
detected (when film auto-switch option is available
in the specifications, this error will NOT take
place.).
3. Film reached the feeder move front limit sensor
without the film width being detected.
4. Feeder move motor error.
5. Film sensor sensitivity is incorrectly adjusted.
6. Film width sensor error.
7. Feeder move original position (rear limit) sensor
error.
8. Feeder move front limit sensor error.
9. P-858 (No. A) error.
10. P-858 (No. B) error.
11. P-858 (No. C) error.
1. Feeder move original position (rear limit) sensor
error.
2. Feeder move front limit sensor error.
3. P-858 (No. A) error.
1107
0001
Feeder Move Sensor
1108
0000
Feeder Motor
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Foreign object caught in the motor.
Feeder motor error.
Feeder count sensor error.
Film cutter clutch brake error.
Film cutter original position sensor error.
P-857 error.
P-858 (No. A) error.
P-858 (No. B) error.
P-858 (No. C) error.
1109
0000
Infeed Motor
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Foreign object caught in the motor.
Infeed motor error.
Infeed motor original position sensor error.
Stepping driver error.
One chip CPU (on the P-857) error.
P-857 error.
1109
0001
Infeed Front Motor
1110
0001
Film Top/Bottom Motor
(Right)
1110
0002
Film Top/Bottom Motor
(Left)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Foreign object caught in the motor.
Infeed front motor error.
Infeed front original position sensor error.
Stepping driver error.
One chip CPU (on the P-857) error.
P-857 error.
Foreign object caught in the motor.
Film top/bottom motor (right) error.
Film top sensor (right) error.
Film bottom sensor (right) error.
P-858 (No. B) error.
Foreign object caught in the motor.
Film top/bottom motor (left) error.
Film top sensor (left) error.
Film bottom sensor (left) error.
P-858 (No. C) error.
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Error No. Sub-error No.
Error Unit
Film Grab Motor (Right)
1111
0001
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Cause
Foreign object caught in the motor.
Film grab motor (right) error.
Film grab open sensor (right) error.
Film grab close sensor (right) error.
P-858 (No. B) error.
Foreign object caught in the motor.
Film grab motor (left) error.
Film grab open sensor (left) error.
Film grab close sensor (left) error.
P-858 (No. C) error.
Foreign object caught in the motor.
Lift switch motor error.
Lift switch front sensor error.
Lift switch middle sensor error.
Lift switch rear sensor error.
P-858 (No. B) error.
1111
0002
Film Grab Motor (Left)
1112
0000
Lift Switch Motor
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1112
0001
Lift Switch Sensor
1.
2.
3.
4.
1113
0000
Applicator Move Motor
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Foreign object caught in the motor.
Applicator move motor error.
Applicator move left/right position "0" sensor error.
Applicator move left/right position "1" sensor error.
Applicator move left/right position "2" sensor error.
Applicator move left/right position "3" sensor error.
P-857 error.
1114
0001
Film Roller Clutch Brake
(Right)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Foreign object caught in the motor.
Feeder motor error.
Feeder count sensor error.
P-857 error.
P-858 (No. B) error.
1114
0002
Film Roller Clutch Brake
(Left)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Foreign object caught in the motor.
Feeder motor error.
Feeder count sensor error.
P-857 error.
P-858 (No. C) error.
1115
0001
Film Cutter Clutch Brake
(Right)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Foreign object caught in the motor.
Film cutter clutch brake (right) error.
Film cutter original position sensor (right) error.
Feeder motor error.
P-858 (No. A) error.
P-858 (No. B) error.
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Lift switch front sensor error.
Lift switch middle sensor error.
Lift switch rear sensor error.
The detection plate stopped between the lift
switch front sensor and middle sensor.
5. The detection plate stopped between the lift
switch middle sensor and rear sensor.
6. P-858 (No. B) error.
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Error No. Sub-error No.
Error Unit
Film Cutter Clutch Brake
1115
0002
(Left)
Cause
1. Foreign object caught in the motor.
2. Film cutter clutch brake (left) error.
3. Film cutter original position sensor (left) error.
4. Feeder motor error.
5. P-858 (No. A) error.
6. P-858 (No. C) error.
1. Harness is damaged or short-circuited between
P-857 and servo amplifier.
2. Servo amplifier error.
3. P-857 error.
1. Voltage has dropped to less than 160VAC.
2. Instantaneous power failure lasting more than
15ms.
3. Voltage drops when the servo amplifier is
activated due to a shortage in power capacity.
1. Voltage has dropped to less than 160VAC.
2. Instantaneous power failure lasting more than
15ms.
3. Voltage drops when the servo amplifier is
activated due to a shortage in power capacity.
1116
0000
Servo Amplifier
1116
0010
Servo Amplifier
Insufficient Voltage
1116
0010
Servo Amplifier
Insufficient Voltage
1116
0012
Servo Amplifier Memory
Error No. 1
1. Servo amplifier built-in PC board (H-C01)
defective.
1116
0013
Servo Amplifier Clock
Error
1. Servo amplifier built-in PC board (H-C01)
defective.
1116
0014
Servo Amplifier Watchdog 1. Servo amplifier built-in PC board (H-C01)
defective.
1116
0015
Servo Amplifier Memory
Error No. 2
1. Servo amplifier built-in PC board (H-C01)
defective.
1116
0016
Servo Amplifier Sensor
Error No. 1
1. Detector connector is disconnected.
2. Motor detector internal mechanism is defective.
3. Detector cable is damaged or short-circuited.
1116
0017
Servo Amplifier PC Board
Error
1. Servo amplifier built-in PC board (H-C01)
defective.
1116
0019
1116
0020
Servo Amplifier Memory
Error No. 3
Servo Amplifier Sensor
Error No. 2
1. Servo amplifier built-in PC board (H-C01)
defective.
1. Detector connector is disconnected.
2. Detector cable is damaged or short-circuited.
1116
0024
Servo Amplifier Output
Grounding
1. UVW of servo amplifier output is grounded.
1116
0025
Servo Amplifier Absolute
Position Lost
1. Servo amplifier built-in super condenser voltage
drop.
2. Servo amplifier built-in battery voltage drop.
3. Battery cable or battery defective.
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Error No. Sub-error No.
Error Unit
Servo Amplifier
1116
0030
Regeneration Error
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Cause
Servo amplifier parameter number 2 incorrectly
programmed.
Regenerative resistor not properly connected.
Due to frequent operations, the maximum load
capacity of the regenerative resistor is exceeded.
Due to continuous regenerative operations, the
maximum load capacity of the regenerative
resistor is exceeded.
Regeneration power transistor is short-circuited.
Regenerative resistor defective.
1116
0031
Excessive Speed of Servo 1. Programmed speed exceeds the allowable
Amplifier
rotation speed.
2. Over-shoot due to the constant being too small
during acceleration and deceleration.
3. Over-shoot due to a unstable servo system.
4. Servo parameter number 1 incorrectly programmed.
5. Electronic gear ratio too large.
6. Detector connector disconnected.
7. Sensor motor internal mechanism defective.
8. Detector cable damaged or short-circuited.
1116
0032
Excessive Current in
Servo Amplifier
1.
2.
3.
4.
Servo amplifier UVW output short-circuited.
Servo amplifier built-in transistor damaged.
Servo amplifier UVW output grounded.
Noise in the servo amplifier built-in excessive
current detection circuit.
1116
0033
Excessive Voltage of
Servo Amplifier
1.
2.
3.
4.
Regenerative resistor incorrectly connected.
Power transistor for power regeneration damaged.
Servo amplifier regeneration resistor damaged.
Power voltage too high.
1116
0037
Servo Amplifier
Parameter Error
1. Servo amplifier parameter data damaged.
2. Servo amplifier parameter data incorrectly
programmed.
1116
0042
1116
0045
1116
0046
Servo Amplifier Feedback 1. Motor encoder signal error.
Error
Servo Amplifier Main
1. Servo amplifier error
Circuit Element Overheat 2. Cooling error (exceeding 55 °C inside servo
amplifier).
3. Overloaded.
Servo Amplifier Motor
1. Overloaded.
Overheat
2. Temperature surrounding motor abnormal
(exceeding 40 °C).
3. Built-in encoder thermal protection defective.
4. Motor cooling fan defective.
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Chapter 12 ERROR MESSAGES
Error No. Sub-error No.
Error Unit
Servo Amplifier Overload
1116
0050
No. 1
Cause
1.
2.
3.
4.
Overloaded.
Over-shoot due to a unstable servo system.
Foreign object caught in the motor.
Open amplifier terminal UVW and motor cable
UVW are not fitted correctly.
5. Detector connector disconnected.
6. Sensor motor internal mechanism defective.
7. Detector cable damaged or short-circuited.
8. Harness is damaged or short-circuited between
P-857 and the servo amplifier.
9. P-857 error.
10. Lift upper limit sensor error.
11. Lift lower limit sensor error.
1116
0051
Servo Amplifier Overload
No. 2
1116
0052
Servo Amplifier
Excessive Allowance
1116
0070
Servo Amplifier Detector
Error No. 3
1. Detector cable damaged or short-circuited.
1116
0071
Servo Amplifier Detector
Error No. 3
1. Detector cable damaged or short-circuited.
1116
0074
Servo Amplifier OP
Memory Error No. 1
1. Option card (MR-H-D01) is defective.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Overloaded.
Over-shoot due to a unstable servo system.
Foreign object caught in the motor.
Open amplifier terminal UVW and motor cable
UVW are not fitted correctly.
5. Detector connector disconnected.
6. Sensor motor internal mechanism defective.
7. Detector cable damaged or short-circuited.
8. Servo amplifier voltage drop.
9. Harness is damaged or short-circuited between
P-857 and the servo amplifier.
10. P-857 error.
11. Lift upper limit sensor error.
12. Lift lower limit sensor error.
1. Constant too small during acceleration and
deceleration.
2. Activation not possible due to low torque.
3. Programming parameter No. 7 is too low.
4. Motor was forced to rotate one turn by an outside
cause.
5. Foreign object caught in the motor.
6. Detector connector disconnected.
7. Sensor motor internal mechanism defective.
8. Detector cable damaged or short-circuited.
9. Servo amplifier voltage drop.
10. Harness is damaged or short-circuited between
P-857 and the servo amplifier.
11. P-857 error.
12. Lift upper limit sensor error.
13. Lift lower limit sensor error.
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Chapter 12 ERROR MESSAGES
Error No. Sub-error No.
Error Unit
Cause
1116
008E
Servo Amplifier RS-232C
Error
1. Harness is damaged or short-circuited between
the parameter unit and the servo amplifier.
2. Parameter unit defective.
3. Servo amplifier defective.
1116
008F
Servo Amplifier RS-422
Error
1. Harness is damaged or short-circuited between
the P-587 and the servo amplifier.
2. P-587 error.
3. Servo amplifier defective.
1116
0090
Servo Amplifier Original
Point Return not
Completed
1. Positioning operation performed without returning
to original position.
1116
0092
Servo Amplifier Battery
Disconnection Warning
1. Servo amplifier built-in in battery voltage drop.
2. Battery cable damaged or battery is defective.
1116
0096
1116
0097
Servo Amplifier Original
Position Incorrectly Set
Lift Upper Limit Sensor
1. Residual pulse remains more than the
programmed value.
1. Lift upper limit height incorrectly programmed.
2. Lift lower limit height incorrectly programmed.
3. Lift original position height incorrectly programmed.
4. Harness damaged or short-circuited between
P-857 and the servo amplifier.
5. Servo amplifier error.
6. P-857 error.
7. Lift upper limit sensor error.
1116
0098
Lift Lower Limit Sensor
Error
1. Lift upper limit height incorrectly programmed.
2. Lift lower limit height incorrectly programmed.
3. Lift original position height incorrectly programmed.
4. Harness damaged or short-circuited between
P-857 and the servo amplifier.
5. Servo amplifier error.
6. P-857 error.
7. Lift lower limit sensor error.
1117
0000
DC Brushless Controller
1. Ejection pusher motor error.
2. DC brushless controller error.
3. P-587 error.
1119
0001
Film Depleted (Right)
1. End of film.
2. Film taken-in ??????.
3. Film roller clutch brake (right) error.
4. Film sensor (right/front) sensitivity incorrectly
adjusted.
5. Film sensor (right/rear).
6. Film sensor (right/front) error.
7. Film sensor (right/rear) error.
8. P-587 error.
9. P-588 (No. B) error.
Note: Film depleted error will not occur when P-587
DIP switch No. 8 (SW1) is set to ON while
the power is on. This setting used only when
responding to an emergency, normally it is
set to OFF.
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Chapter 12 ERROR MESSAGES
Error No. Sub-error No.
Error Unit
Cause
1119
0002
Film Depleted (Left)
1122
0000
IONET
1122
0021
IONET No Response
1. P-858 (No. A) DIP switch incorrectly set.
No. 1
ON
No. 2
OFF
No. 3
OFF
No. 4
OFF
2. P-858 (No. A) error.
1122
0022
IONET No Response
1. P-858 (No. B) DIP switch incorrectly set.
No. 1
OFF
No. 2
ON
No. 3
OFF
No. 4
OFF
2. P-858 (No. B) error.
1122
0023
IONET No Response
1. P-857 DIP switch (SW1) incorrectly set.
With option
ON
Without option OFF
No. 1
Auto wrapping option
No. 2
Lift auto switching option
No. 3
Film auto switching option
No. 4
Lower/right installation option
No. 5
OFF
No. 6
OFF
No. 7
OFF
No. 8
OFF
2. P-858 (No. C) DIP switch incorrectly set.
No. 1
ON
No. 2
ON
No. 3
OFF
No. 4
OFF
3. P-857 error.
4. P-858 (No. C) error.
1. End of film.
2. Film taken-in ??????.
3. Film roller clutch brake (left) error.
4. Film sensor (right/front) sensitivity incorrectly
adjusted.
5. Film sensor (right/rear).
6. Film sensor (right/front) error.
7. Film sensor (right/rear) error.
8. P-587 error.
9. P-588 (No. C) error.
Note: Film depleted error will not occur when P-587
DIP switch No. 8 (SW1) is set to ON while the
power is on. This setting used only when
responding to an emergency, normally it is set
to OFF.
1. P-857 error.
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Chapter 12 ERROR MESSAGES
Error No. Sub-error No.
Error Unit
1122
0031
IONET Unexpected
Response
1122
0032
IONET Unexpected
Response
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Cause
1. P-857 DIP switch (SW1) incorrectly set.
With option
ON
Without option OFF
No. 1
Auto wrapping option
No. 2
Lift auto switching option
No. 3
Film auto switching option
No. 4
Lower/right installation option
No. 5
OFF
No. 6
OFF
No. 7
OFF
No. 8
OFF
2. P-858 (No. A) DIP switch incorrectly set.
No. 1
ON
No. 2
ON
No. 3
OFF
No. 4
OFF
3. P-858 (No. B) DIP switch incorrectly set.
No. 1
OFF
No. 2
ON
No. 3
OFF
No. 4
OFF
4. P-858 (No. C) DIP switch incorrectly set.
No. 1
ON
No. 2
ON
No. 3
OFF
No. 4
OFF
5. P-857 error.
6. P-858 (No. A) error.
7. P-858 (No. B) error.
8. P-858 (No. C) error.
1. P-857 DIP switch (SW1) incorrectly set.
With option
ON
Without option OFF
No. 1
Auto wrapping option
No. 2
Lift auto switching option
No. 3
Film auto switching option
No. 4
Lower/right installation option
No. 5
OFF
No. 6
OFF
No. 7
OFF
No. 8
OFF
2. P-858 (No. A) DIP switch incorrectly set.
No. 1
ON
No. 2
OFF
No. 3
OFF
No. 4
OFF
3. P-858 (No. B) DIP switch incorrectly set.
No. 1
OFF
No. 2
ON
No. 3
OFF
No. 4
OFF
4. P-858 (No. C) DIP switch incorrectly set.
No. 1
ON
No. 2
ON
No. 3
OFF
No. 4
OFF
5. P-857 error.
6. P-858 (No. A) error.
7. P-858 (No. B) error.
8. P-858 (No. C) error.
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Chapter 12 ERROR MESSAGES
Error No. Sub-error No.
Error Unit
Cause
1122
0033
IONET Unexpected
Response
1122
0041
IONET Parity Framing
1. P-857 DIP switch (SW1) incorrectly set.
With option
ON
Without option OFF
No. 1
Auto wrapping option
No. 2
Lift auto switching option
No. 3
Film auto switching option
No. 4
Lower/right installation option
No. 5
OFF
No. 6
OFF
No. 7
OFF
No. 8
OFF
2. P-858 (No. A) DIP switch incorrectly set.
No. 1
ON
No. 2
OFF
No. 3
OFF
No. 4
OFF
3. P-858 (No. B) DIP switch incorrectly set.
No. 1
OFF
No. 2
ON
No. 3
OFF
No. 4
OFF
4. P-858 (No. C) DIP switch incorrectly set.
No. 1
ON
No. 2
ON
No. 3
OFF
No. 4
OFF
5. P-857 error.
6. P-858 (No. A) error.
7. P-858 (No. B) error.
8. P-858 (No. C) error.
1. Abnormal noise.
1122
0042
IONET Parity Framing
1. Abnormal noise.
1122
0043
IONET Parity Framing
1. Abnormal noise.
1122
0051
IONET Initial Status
1. Abnormal noise.
1122
1122
0052
0053
IONET Initial Status
IONET Initial Status
1. Abnormal noise.
1. Abnormal noise.
1122
0101
RS-422 Not Receiving
Data
1. Harness damaged or short-circuited between
P-587 and servo amplifier.
2. Servo amplifier error.
3. P-857 error.
1122
0102
RS-422 Receiving Time
Exceeded
1. Harness damaged or short-circuited between
P-587 and servo amplifier.
2. Servo amplifier error.
3. P-857 error.
1122
0103
RS-422 Text Receiving
Complete
1. Abnormal noise.
1122
0104
RS-422 Receiving Check
Sum
1. Abnormal noise.
1122
0142
RS-422 Sending Parity
1. Abnormal noise.
1122
0143
RS-422 Sending Check
Sum
1. Abnormal noise.
1122
0144
RS-422 Sending
Character
1. Abnormal noise.
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Error No. Sub-error No.
1122
0145
1122
0146
Error Unit
RS-422 Sending
Command
RS-422 Sending Data
1122
0162
RS-422 Sending Parity
1. Abnormal noise.
1122
0163
RS-422 Sending Check
Sum
1. Abnormal noise.
1122
0164
RS-422 Sending
Character
1. Abnormal noise.
1122
0165
RS-422 Sending
Character
1. Abnormal noise.
1122
0166
RS-422 Sending Data
1. Abnormal noise.
1122
0200
I2NET
1. P-587 error.
1123
0200
Emergency Stop
1. Emergency stop button is depressed.
2. Harness is damaged or short-circuited between
P-857 and P-858 (No. A).
3. Harness damaged between P-857 and
electromagnetic contactor.
4. Harness damaged between P-858 (No. A) and the
electromagnetic contactor.
5. Harness damaged between electromagnetic
contactor and thermal relay.
6. Harness damaged between electromagnetic
contactor and emergency stop button.
7. P-857 error.
8. P-858 (No. A) error.
9. Electromagnetic contactor error.
10. Thermal relay error.11. Emergency stop button
error.
1125
0001
Film Set Roller Open
(Right)
1. Film set roller (right) is open.
2. Film set roller sensor (safety cover sensor) (right)
error.
3. P-858 (No. B) error.
1125
0002
Film Set Roller Open
(Left)
1. Film set roller (left) is open.
2. Film set roller sensor (safety cover sensor) (left)
error.
3. P-858 (No. A) error.
Note: This error occurs only when the machine is
configured with the auto film switching option.
1127
0001
Film Over (Right)
1. Film over error.
2. Film waste detected.
3. Film sensor (front/right) sensitivity incorrectly
adjusted.
4. Film sensor (rear/right) sensitivity incorrectly
adjusted.
5. Film sensor (front/right) error.
6. Film sensor (rear/right) error.
7. Film count sensor error.
8. Film cutter clutch brake (right) error.
9. Film cutter original position sensor (right) error.
10. P-587 error.
11. P-588 (No. B) error.
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Cause
1. Abnormal noise.
1. Abnormal noise.
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Chapter 12 ERROR MESSAGES
Error No. Sub-error No.
1127
0002
1128
0000 ~ 0001
1129
Error Unit
Film Over (Left)
Cause
1. Film over error.
2. Film waste detected.
3. Film sensor (front/right) sensitivity incorrectly
adjusted.
4. Film sensor (rear/right) sensitivity incorrectly
adjusted.
5. Film sensor (front/right) error.
6. Film sensor (rear/right) error.
7. Film count sensor error.
8. Film cutter clutch brake (left) error.
9. Film cutter original position sensor (left) error.
10. P-587 error.
11. P-588 (No. C) error.
Manual Insertion
1. Foreign object caught in the motor.
2. The item contents have spilled over the rim of the
tray.
3. Sensitivity level of the Infeed conveyor manual
insertion sensor is incorrectly adjusted.
4. Infeed conveyor sensor error.
5. P-587 error.
Note: Sub-error 0000: occurs when wrapping
operations are not performed.
Sub-error 0001: occurs after wrapping
operations are performed.
0001
Clamp Middle/Front
Solenoid
1. P-858 (No. B) error.
1129
0002
Clamp Side/Front
Solenoid
1. P-858 (No. A) error.
1129
0003
Clamp Middle/Rear
Solenoid
1. P-858 (No. B) error.
1129
0004
Clamp Side/Rear
Solenoid
1. P-858 (No. A) error.
1129
0005
Separator Solenoid
(Right)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Foreign object caught in the motor.
Feeder motor error.
Film cutter clutch brake (right) error.
Feeder count sensor error.
Film cutter original position sensor (right) error.
P-857 error.
P-858 (No. A) error.
P-858 (No. B) error.
1129
0006
Separator Solenoid (Left)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Foreign object caught in the motor.
Feeder motor error.
Film cutter clutch brake (left) error.
Feeder count sensor error.
Film cutter original position sensor (left) error.
P-857 error.
P-858 (No. A) error.
P-858 (No. B) error.
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Chapter 12 ERROR MESSAGES
Error No. Sub-error No.
Error Unit
Film Retention Solenoid
(Upper/Right)
Cause
1129
0007
1129
0008
Film Retention Solenoid
(Lower/Right)
1. Foreign object caught in the motor.
2. Feeder motor error.
3. Film cutter clutch brake (right) error.
4. Feeder count sensor error.
5. Film cutter original position sensor (right) error.
6. P-857 error.
7. P-858 (No. A) error.
8. P-858 (No. B) error.
1129
0009
Film Retention Solenoid
(Left)
1. Foreign object caught in the motor.
2. Feeder motor error.
3. Film cutter clutch brake (left) error.
4. Feeder count sensor error.
5. Film cutter original position sensor (left) error.
6. P-857 error.
7. P-858 (No. A) error.
8. P-858 (No. C) error.
1133
0000
No Item
1. Item is not fed on the lift properly.
2. Feed stops before the normal position.
3. Lift height is too low.
4. Lift height is too high.
5. Tray length is too short.
6. Tray height is too low.
7. Item sensor sensitivity incorrectly adjusted.
8. Item sensor error.
9. P-857 error.
10. P-858 (No. A) error.
11. One chip CPU (on the P-857) error.
1134
0000
Infeed Conveyor
Removed
1. Infeed conveyor is pulled out.
2. Infeed conveyor front/rear sensor error.
3. P-587 error.
1135
0000
Lift Large/Small
Selection
1. Lift large/small incorrectly programmed or film
width incorrectly programmed.
2. Feeder move middle position sensor error.
3. P-858 (No. B)
1136
0000
Lift Upper Limit Sensor
1. Lift upper limit sensor error.
2. Lift upper limit height incorrectly programmed.
3. Lift lower limit height incorrectly programmed.
4. Lift original position height incorrectly
programmed.
5. Harness damaged or short-circuited between
P-587 and servo amplifier.
6. Servo amplifier error.
7. P-587 error.
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1. Foreign object caught in the motor.
2. Feeder motor error.
3. Film cutter clutch brake (right) error.
4. Feeder count sensor error.
5. Film cutter original position sensor (right) error.
6. P-857 error.
7. P-858 (No. A) error.
8. P-858 (No. B) error.
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Chapter 12 ERROR MESSAGES
Error No. Sub-error No.
1137
0000 ~ 0002
1137
0003
1147
0001
1147
Error Unit
Lift Lower Limit Sensor
Cause
1.
2.
3.
4.
Lift lower limit sensor error.
Lift upper limit height incorrectly programmed.
Lift lower limit height incorrectly programmed.
Lift original position height incorrectly
programmed.
5. Harness damaged or short-circuited between
P-587 and servo amplifier.
6. Servo amplifier error.
7. P-587 error.
Foreign objects caught
between the lower part of
the lift and upper part of
the tray stopper (item
sensor path is interrupted when the lift
starts to descend).
Infeed Unit
Hand insertion error
1.
2.
3.
4.
0002
Infeed Unit
Hand insertion error
1. Hand was inserted into the infeed unit during
operation.
2. Hand insertion sensor
1150
0001
Door open error
Printer.
1150
0002
Door open error
Under-conveyor.
1150
0003
Door open error
Upper-Right side.
1150
0004
Door open error
Right side.
1150
0005
Door open error
Front-Right side.
1150
0006
Door open error
Upper-Left side.
1150
1150
0007
0008
Door open error
Door open error
Left side.
Front-Left side.
1151
0000
Enable switch error
Enable switch.
Foreign objects caught in the machine.
Item sensor sensitivity incorrectly adjusted.
Item sensor error.
P-858 (No. A) error.
1. Hand was inserted into the infeed unit during
operation.
2. Hand insertion sensor
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OMNi-3000S/ST Service Manual
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