BC-3000 - Rice Lake Weighing Systems

BC-3000 - Rice Lake Weighing Systems
BC-3000
Retail Scale
Operating Manual
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CAUTIONS FOR USE
§Always operate the scale on
a level surface.
§Do not disassemble the scale.
§Do not expose the scale too
long periods of direct sunlight.
§Do not allow any liquids to come
into contact with the scale or
terminal.
§Do not drop or apply a strong
shock to the scale.
§When cleaning the scale, only use a
soft dry cloth or a cloth wetted with a
neutral cleanser.
Never use thinner or other volatile
liquids.
C
A
Always operate the scale with
the same rated AC power supply
shown on the specification plate.
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
To ensure safe operation, the general safety considerations below must be
followed.
Grounding
This instrument is a Class 1 device which requires protective grounding for safe
operation.
To avoid potential shock hazards, a protective grounding conductor for the
instrument must be securely connected to the main grounding provision by
qualified service personnel.
Do not remove covers or enclosures
To avoid personal injury and shock, do not open or remove any covers or
enclosures of the instrument unless specified in the manual.
Do not perform unspecified maintenance
For your personal safety, do not perform any maintenance procedures which
are not specified in the manual.
Disconnect power supply before servicing
To ensure your personal safety, disconnect the power supply before servicing.
Contents
Chapter 1
Overview
1.1
Appearance ....................................................................................................................................... 2
1.2
Display ...............................................................................................................................................2
1.3
Operation Keys .................................................................................................................................. 3
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.3.3
1.4
Program Keys .................................................................................................................................... 6
1.4.1
1.4.2
1.4.3
1.5
Operation Key Sheet .............................................................................................................3
Basic Function Keys .............................................................................................................. 4
Additional Function Keys ....................................................................................................... 5
Program Key Sheet ............................................................................................................... 6
Program Key Functions ......................................................................................................... 7
Speed Key Functions .............................................................................................................8
Loading Label/Paper Roll................................................................................................................... 9
Chapter 2
Daily Operation
2.1
Pre-operation Inspection .................................................................................................................. 12
2.2
Power On ......................................................................................................................................... 13
2.3
Sales by Weight ............................................................................................................................... 14
2.4
Fixed-price Sales ............................................................................................................................. 15
2.5
Prepack for Sales by Weight ............................................................................................................ 16
2.6
Prepack for Fixed-price Sales .......................................................................................................... 17
2.7
Label Batch Print ............................................................................................................................. 18
2.8
Pack Count Sub-total ....................................................................................................................... 19
2.9
Mark Down Functions ...................................................................................................................... 20
2.9.1
2.9.2
2.9.3
Amount Discount ................................................................................................................. 20
Percentage Discount ........................................................................................................... 20
Special Price ........................................................................................................................ 20
2.10 Unit Price Override .......................................................................................................................... 21
2.11 Voiding the Last Label...................................................................................................................... 21
2.12 Switching from Sale by Weight to Fixed-price Sale ......................................................................... 21
2.13 Selecting Lower Preset Data ........................................................................................................... 21
2.14 Pack Date Override .......................................................................................................................... 22
2.15 Save Function .................................................................................................................................. 22
Chapter 3
3.1
Subtraction
Subtraction Mode ............................................................................................................................. 24
Chapter 4
Total Reports
4.1
Total Reports .................................................................................................................................... 28
4.2
Total Mode ....................................................................................................................................... 28
4.3
Daily Total Report ............................................................................................................................. 29
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.4
Daily Report Categories ......................................................................................................29
Operation Procedure ...........................................................................................................30
Monthly Total Report ........................................................................................................................31
4.4.1
4.4.2
Monthly Report Categories ..................................................................................................31
Operation Procedure ...........................................................................................................32
4.5
Hourly Total Report ..........................................................................................................................33
4.6
Operator Total Report ......................................................................................................................34
4.7
Total Clear ........................................................................................................................................35
Chapter 5
Programming
5.1
Programming PLUs ..........................................................................................................................38
5.2
Deleting PLUs ..................................................................................................................................43
5.3
Programming Message Files ...........................................................................................................44
5.4
Deleting Message Files ...................................................................................................................45
5.5
Programming Date and Time ...........................................................................................................46
5.6
Programming Store Names and Addresses ....................................................................................47
5.7
Deleting Store Names and Addresses .............................................................................................48
5.8
Programming Preset Keys ...............................................................................................................49
5.9
Deleting All Preset Keys ..................................................................................................................50
5.10 Printing PLU/Message Information ..................................................................................................51
5.11 Programming Department Codes and Names .................................................................................53
5.12 Deleting Department Codes and Names .........................................................................................54
5.13 Programming Group Codes and Names ..........................................................................................55
5.14 Deleting Group Codes and Names ..................................................................................................56
5.15 Programming Operator Codes and Names .....................................................................................57
5.16 Deleting Operator Codes and Names ..............................................................................................58
5.17 Programming Nutrition Files ............................................................................................................59
5.18 Changing Unit Price/Fixed Price ......................................................................................................65
Chapter 6
6.1
Text Editing
Text Entry Screen ............................................................................................................................68
6.1.1
6.1.2
Indicators ............................................................................................................................. 68
7-Segment Display Characters ............................................................................................68
6.2
Character Size .................................................................................................................................69
6.3
Text Editing Keys ..............................................................................................................................70
6.4
How to Create/Edit Text ...................................................................................................................71
6.5
How to Reverse Text ........................................................................................................................72
6.6
How to Insert Characters .................................................................................................................74
Chapter 7
Troubleshooting
7.1
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................................76
7.2
Other Problems ................................................................................................................................75
CHAPTER
1
OVERVIEW
Contents
Contents
1.1
Appearance ..................................... 2
1.1
1.2
Appearance
..................................... 22
Display
................................................
1.2
1.3
Display ................................................
Operation
Keys ................................. 32
1.3
1.4
Operation
Keys
................................. 63
Program
Keys
....................................
1.4
1.5
Program Label/Paper
Keys ....................................
Loading
Roll ................ 96
1.5
Loading Label/Paper Roll ................ 9
1.1
Appearance
Customer Display
Operator Display
WEIGHT
lb.
ZERO
NET
Capacity
UNIT PRICE
SAVE
$
TOTAL PRICE
$
AUTO
PLU
30 5 0.01 lb.
Weigh Platter
Side Cover
Printer
Power Switch
Fuse
Key Sheet
Height Adjustment
1.2
Display
WEIGHT
lb.
ZERO
NET
Capacity
30 × 0.01 lb.
UNIT PRICE
SAVE
$
TOTAL PRICE
$
AUTO
PLU
Indicators
ZERO : Lights when weight value is true zero or temporary zero.
NET : Lights when a tare is used.
SAVE : Lights when the SAVE mode is used.
AUTO : Lights when the AUTOMATIC PRINT mode is used.
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1.3
Operation Keys
1.3.1 Operation Key Sheet
PACK
COUNT
ZERO
VOID
RESET
PGM
MODE
LABEL LOWER
BATCH PRESET
DATE
X
MULTIPLY
PRE
PACK
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
0
CLR
TARE
PAPER
FEED
PRINT
PLU
Preset key
Additional function key
The following functions can be programmed.
• DATE/TIME display
• EXTRA MESSAGE No.
• STORE NAME No.
• POP MESSAGE No.
• FIXED PRICE function
• SAVE function
• DISCOUNT
• AMOUNT DISCOUNT
• PERCENTAGE DISCOUNT
Program Key Sheet
Operation
Key Sheet
Insert the Operation Key Sheet
over the Program Key Sheet.
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1.3.2 Basic Function Keys
0
NUMERIC ENTRY
Keys 0 through 9 are used to enter
numeric data.
PRE
PACK
PRE-PACK
Used to switch auto/manual label printing.
to
9
CLR
LABEL
BATCH
CLEAR
Used to cancel incorrectly entered
numeric data.
LABEL BATCH
Used to issue batches of labels.
LOWER
PRESET
LOWER PRESET SELECT
Used to access the second level of data
programmed to the preset keys.
X
MULTIPLIER
Used to multiply the entered quantity of
fixed-price items.
MULTIPLY
PACK
COUNT
PAPER
FEED
PLU
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PACK COUNT SUB-TOTAL
Used to issue a label that shows the
number of labels (packs), total weight and
amount which have been printed since
this key was last pressed.
PAPER FEED
Used to advance labels to the correct
printing position.
PRINT
PRINT
Used to issue a label.
PGM
MODE
PROGRAM MODE SELECT
Used to access the Subtraction, Total
Reports, and Programming menus.
RESET
RESET
Used to initialize the scale.
TARE
DATE
VOID
ZERO
TARE
Used to subtract the tare weight from the
total weight on the weigh platter.
TEMPORARY DATE
Used to change the current date of the
scale temporarily. This allows labels to be
produced ahead of time for prepacking
items.
VOID
Used to cancel the previous label issued.
ZERO ADJUSTMENT
Used to return the scale to zero.
This key will only function if nothing is on
the weigh platter.
PLU SELECT
Used to access PLU data.
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1.3.3 Additional Function Keys
DATE
TIME
DATE/TIME
Used to display the current date and time.
EXTRA
MSSG
EXTRA MESSAGE
Used to access the extra message
corresponding to the entered number.
STORE
NAME
STORE NAME
Used to access the store name
corresponding to the entered number.
POP
MSSG
POP MESSAGE
Used to access the POP message
corresponding to the entered number.
FIXED
PRICE
SAVE
SAVE
Used to access the same stored PLU data
as a short cut operation.
DISCOUNT
DISCOUNT
Used to override a selling price and enter
a special price.
–$
–%
AMOUNT DISCOUNT
Used to subtract the entered amount.
PERCENTAGE DISCOUNT
Used to subtract the entered percentage.
FIXED PRICE
Used to temporarily change from sales
by weight to fixed-price sales.
Also used to enter a new fixed price.
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1.4
Program Keys
The Program Key Sheet is accessed by removing the Operation Key Sheet. The keys will function as indicated
on the following page when one of the following modes has been accessed. This is done by using a password
in conjunction with the MODE key.
• Total Report Mode (Chapter 4)
• Programming Mode (Chapter 5)
1.4.1 Program Key Sheet
The Program Key Sheet comes with a typewriter style keyboard layout.
REPORT NAMES
¨
A
O
’
Q
’’
Œ
¨
STORE
NAME
CHAR
DELETE
BS
I
E
E
°
A
Æ
Ø
ß
ZERO
END
RESET MODE
HELP
EDIT FUNCTIONS
¨
U
LINE
INSERT
DELETE
~
<
NORMAL
>
_
=
#
$
%
&
/
W
E
R
T
Y
U
I
O
P
A
S
D
F
G
H
J
K
L
;
LOWER
CASE
Z
X
C
V
B
N
M
,
.
EDIT
∗
(
)
SALES REPORTS
SHIFT
➝
CHARACTER STYLE
~
N
¨
!
¨
E
PLU
LIST
➝
DEPT. GROUP OPERATOR
DATE
TIME
➝
EDIT FUNCTIONS
SPEED
KEYS
➝
MESSAGE
EXTRA
TEXT
GRAND
TOTAL
PRICE
OVRDE
SPACE
Program Key Sheet
:
REVERSE
+
/
C
SIZE
COPY
EDIT
PLU
PAPER
FEED
?
7
8
9
@
4
5
6
PRINT
1
2
3
PLU
0
CLR
TARE
ENTER
NEW
LINE
Operation
Key Sheet
Remove the Operation Key Sheet so that
the Program Key Sheet under it can be used.
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1.4.2 Program Key Functions
Alphanumeric Keys
TARE
ENTER
CLEAR
Used to return numeric values that have
been entered incorrectly to zero.
TARE
Not used in the program mode.
ENTER
Used to store numeric entries after the
value has been correctly typed.
Also used to move up the menu items
presented in the program mode, total
mode and other menu screens.
➝
➝
CLR
➝
The alphanumeric keys are used to enter data into
fields available on the BC-3000. The LOWER CASE
key is used to change to lower case letters upper and
lower case characters. The SHIFT key is used to
access the upper character of keys with two characters.
END
DOWN ARROW
Used to move down the lines of text.
Also used to move up the menu items
presented in the program mode, total
mode and other menu screens.
RIGHT ARROW
Used to move across the characters of
text.
Also used to view options available on
menu lines of program menu items.
LEFT ARROW
Used to move across the characters of
text.
Also used to view options available on
menu lines of program menu items.
END
Used to complete data entry in the
program menu and return to the main
menu.
PLU
Used to enter specific item numbers such
as PLU numbers and message numbers.
CHAR
DELETE
CHARACTER DELETE
Used to delete the right most character
on the display from text field.
PRINT
PRINT
Used to obtain a sample label to confirm
the entered text.
BS
BACK SPACE
Used to delete the last entered character.
PAPER
FEED
PAPER FEED
Used to issue a blank label when
applicable.
LINE
DELETE
LINE DELETE
Used to delete an entire line from text
field.
INSERT
INSERT
Used to change between inserting or
overriding characters in editing of any text
field.
➝
PLU
UP ARROW
Used to move up the lines of text.
Also used to move up the menu items
presented in the program mode, total
mode and other menu screens.
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EDIT
COPY
NORMAL
EDIT
Used to enter the text entry mode for any
text field.
COPY
Used to copy the text.
REVERSE
SIZE
REVERSE
After pressing this key, the following
entered text is changed to reverse type.
Text is changed back to normal type when
the NORMAL key is pressed or when the
REVERSE key is pressed again.
SIZE
Used to select different character sizes.
After pressing the SIZE key, use the UP,
DOWN , LEFT and RIGHT arrow to scroll
through the character sizes available for
printed text.
NORMAL
Used to switch from reverse type to
normal type.
1.4.3 Speed Key Functions
On the Program Key Sheet, there are various Speed Keys to jump directly to programming options.
These Speed Keys reduce the dependence on the manual as they give direct access to menu items.
SPEED
KEYS
SPPED KEYS
Used to select the menu item for
programming the preset keys.
DATE
TIME
EDIT
PLU
EDIT PLU
Used to select the menu item for creating,
editing or deleting the extra text (sales)
messages.
PLU
LIST
EXTRA
TEXT
EXTRA TEXT
Used to select the menu item for creating,
editing or deleting the extra text (sales)
messages.
STORE
NAME
STORE NAME
Used to select the menu item for
programming the store name and
address.
DEPT.
DEPARTMENT
Used to select the menu item for creating,
editing or deleting the department name
for use in the total report.
GRAND
TOTAL
GRAND TOTAL
Used immediately to print the daily
department total while in the total mode.
GROUP
GROUP
Used to select the menu item for creating,
editing or deleting the group name for use
in the total report.
PRICE
OVRDE
PRICE OVERRIDE
Used to print all items with changed unit
prices while in the total mode.
OPERATOR
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DATE/TIME
Used to select the menu item for
programming the date and time.
PLU LIST
Used to select the menu item for
generating a PLU and extra message file
list. The file can be printed on a continuous
strip (receipt) or on labels.
OPERATOR
Used to select the menu item for creating,
editing or deleting the operator name for
use in the total report.
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Loading Label/Paper Roll
1.
Make sure that the power is off.
2.
Open the side cover.
3.
Pull the release lever to raise the printer head.
4.
Insert a new roll onto the label holding shaft.
5.
When using the label roll, remove labels from the first 30 cm (12 inches) of backing paper.
6.
Thread the label paper as shown below.
cm
OFF
30
1.5
Release Lever
Label Holding Shaft
Printer Head
Label Guide
Printer
Unit
Peeling Bar
Label Sensor
Guide Shaft
Check that the backing paper is:
• threaded properly under the guide shaft.
• threaded properly through the label sensor.
• threaded properly over the peeling bar, making sure it passes through the groove.
7.
When the label/paper needs to be wound up, wind the tip of the paper around the winding sleeve
and fasten it with the U-pin.
Release Lever
Label Holding Shaft
Printer Head
Label Guide
Printer
Unit
U-pin
Peeling Bar
Label Sensor
Winding Sleeve
Guide Shaft
8.
Push the printer head down until it locks securely.
9.
Close the side cover.
10.
Turn on the power and press the PAPER FEED key to advance the label/paper to the correct
printing position.
ON
a
PAPER
FEED
CHAPTER
2
DAILY OPERATION
Contents
2.1
Pre-operation Inspection ............... 12
2.2
Power On ......................................... 13
2.3
Sales by Weight ............................... 14
2.4
Fixed-price Sales ............................. 15
2.5
Prepack for Sales by Weight ......... 16
2.6
Prepack for Fixed-price Sales ........ 17
2.7
Label Batch Print ............................. 18
2.8
Pack Count Sub-total ..................... 19
2.9
Mark Down Functions ..................... 20
2.10 Unit Price Override .......................... 21
2.11 Voiding the Last Label .................... 21
2.12 Switching from Sale by Weight
to Fixed-price Sale .......................... 21
2.13 Selecting Lower Preset Data ......... 21
2.14 Pack Date Override ....................... 22
2.15 Save Function ................................. 22
2.1
Pre-operation Inspection
In order to maintain optimum scale performance, perform the following inspection before starting daily operations.
Always turn off the power switch when performing this inspection.
Caution
1.
Make sure that the power is off.
OFF
2.
Check that the scale and the level device aperture are clean and free of foreign matter.
If not, wipe any soiled areas with a dry cloth.
3.
Clean the thermal head with a cotton swab at least once a week in order to maintain print quality.
Thermal Head
Dip the end of the cotton swab into cleaning fluid and wipe the thermal head.
Caution
Do not use metal tools to clean the thermal head as they may damage
the head surface.
4.
Remove any foreign matter, label adhesive, etc. to make the scale level.
5.
Adjust the scale to level by using the height adjustment feet.
Level Indicator
Correct
Incorrect
Hight Adjustment
6.
Make sure the label/paper amount is sufficient.
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2.2
Power On
1 Turn on the power.
ON
2 Make sure that nothing is on the weigh platter.
3 Check that the ZERO indicator is lit.
ZERO
4 If the ZERO indicator is not lit, press the ZERO
key.
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ZERO
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2.3
Sales by Weight
1 Check that nothing is on the weigh platter.
• Check that the ZERO indicator is lit.
• If not, press the ZERO key.
ZERO
ZERO
2 Subtract the tare.
■ Weighing tare
• Place the tare on the weigh platter. The tare weight will be
displayed.
• Press the TARE key.
The displayed value will return to zero, and the NET
indicator will light.
■ Fixed tare weight
TARE
NET
Ex. Weight = 0.08 lb.
• Enter the tare weight and press the TARE key.
8
s Tare look-up key
➔
TARE
Ex. Access Tare #1
• Press the tare look-up (preset) key.
TARE
#1
3 Enter the PLU.
■ PLU number entry
• Enter the PLU number and press the PLU key.
■ PLU (preset) key
Ex. PLU No. = 350
3
5
0
➔
PLU
Ex. Access PLU10
PLU10
PLU90
• Press the preset key in which the PLU item data is set.
Ex. Access PLU90
LOWER
PRESET
➔
PLU10
PLU90
4 Weigh the item.
• Place the item on the weigh platter.
5 Perform mark down operation if necessary.
• Refer to page 20.
6 Print the label.
■ When not using the operator system
• Press the PRINT key.
■ When using the operator system
• Press the operator key.
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PRINT
Ex. Operator = Susan
Susan
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2.4
Fixed-price Sales
1 Enter the PLU.
■ PLU number entry
Ex. PLU No. = 450
4
5
0
➔
PLU
• Enter the PLU number and press the PLU key.
■ PLU (preset) key
Ex. Access PLU15
PLU15
PLU95
• Press the preset key in which the PLU item data is set.
Ex. Access PLU95
LOWER
PRESET
➔
PLU15
PLU95
2 Perform mark down operation if necessary.
• Refer to page 20.
3 Multiply the quantity.
• When selling more than one of the same item, enter the
quantity and press the MULTIPLY key.
• Otherwise, go to the next step.
Ex. Three Items
3
➔
X
MULTIPLY
4 Print the label.
■ When not using the operator system
• Enter the number of labels, and press the PRINT key.
Note: Press the CLEAR key once to temporarily stop
printing.
To continue printing, press the PRINT key.
To cancel printing, press the CLEAR key again.
• If the number of labels is one, simply press the PRINT
key.
Ex. Three Labels
3
➔
PRINT
Ex. One Label
PRINT
■ When using the operator system
• Press the operator key.
Ex. Operator = Mike
Mike
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2.5
Prepack for Sales by Weight
1 Enter the prepack mode.
• Press the PREPACK key to enter the prepack mode.
PRE
PACK
• The AUTO indicator lights.
AUTO
2 Check that the weight display reads zero.
• Make sure that nothing is on the weigh platter and check
that the ZERO indicator is lit.
ZERO
• If not, press the ZERO key.
ZERO
3 Subtract the tare.
■ Weighing tare
• Place the tare on the weigh platter. The tare weight will be
displayed.
• Press the TARE key.
The displayed value will return to zero, and the NET
indicator will light.
TARE
NET
■ Fixed tare weight
Ex. Tare Weight= 0.08 lb.
• Enter the tare weight and press the TARE key.
8
➔
TARE
■ Tare look-up key
Ex. Access Tare #1
• Press the tare look-up (preset) key.
TARE
#1
4 Enter the PLU.
■ PLU number entry
Ex. PLU No. = 350
3
5
0
➔
PLU
• Enter the PLU number and press the PLU key.
■ PLU (preset) key
Ex. Access PLU10
PLU10
PLU90
• Press the preset key in which the PLU item data is set.
Note:
Refer to page 22 when using the Save Function.
Ex. Access PLU90
LOWER
PRESET
➔
PLU10
PLU90
5 Weigh the item.
• Place the item on the weigh platter.
• The label is automatically printed.
• Repeat this step until all the items are weighed.
6 Exit the prepack mode.
• Press the PREPACK key.
• The AUTO indicator turns off.
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PRE
PACK
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2.6
Prepack for Fixed-price Sales
1 Check that nothing is on the weigh platter.
• Check that the ZERO indicator is lit.
• If not, press the ZERO key.
ZERO
ZERO
2 Enter the prepack mode.
PRE
PACK
• Press the PREPACK key to enter the prepack mode.
• The AUTO indicator lights.
AUTO
3 Enter the PLU.
■ PLU number entry
Ex. PLU No. = 450
4
5
0
➔
PLU
• Enter the PLU number and press the PLU key.
■ PLU (preset) key
Ex. Access PLU15
PLU15
PLU95
• Press the preset key in which the PLU item data is set.
Note:
Refer to page 22 when using the Save Function.
Ex. Access PLU95
LOWER
PRESET
➔
PLU15
PLU95
4 Print the label.
• Enter the number of labels, and press the PRINT key.
Note: Press the CLEAR key once to temporarily stop
printing.
To continue printing, press the PRINT key.
To cancel printing, press the CLEAR key again.
• If the number of labels is one, simply press the PRINT
key.
Ex. Three Labels
3
➔
PRINT
Ex. One Label
PRINT
5 Exit the prepack mode.
• Press the PREPACK key.
PRE
PACK
• The AUTO indicator turns off.
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2.7
Label Batch Print
Used to set the number of fixed-price labels to be printed.
1 Check that nothing is on the weigh platter.
• Check that the ZERO indicator is lit.
• If not, press the ZERO key.
ZERO
ZERO
2 Enter the LABEL BATCH PRINT mode.
• Press the LABEL BATCH key to enter the label batch print
mode.
LABEL
BATCH
3 Enter the PLU.
■ PLU number entry
• Enter the PLU number and press the PLU key.
■ PLU (preset) key
Ex. PLU No. = 450
4
5
➔
0
PLU
Ex. Access PLU15
• Press the preset key in which the PLU item data is set.
PLU15
PLU95
Ex. Access PLU95
➔
LOWER
PRESET
PLU15
PLU95
4 Enter the desired number of labels.
• Enter the number of labels to be issued. (Max. 999)
• Press the LABEL BATCH key.
Ex. Twenty Labels
2
0
➔
LABEL
BATCH
5 Enter any additional PLUs.
• Repeat steps 3 and 4 when labels for other PLUs are
needed. A maximum of 20 PLUs can be entered.
• Otherwise go to the next step.
6 Print the label.
• Press the PRINT key.
PRINT
Note: Press the CLEAR key once to temporarily stop
printing.
To continue printing, press the PRINT key.
To cancel printing, press the CLEAR key again.
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2.8
Pack Count Sub-total
Used to print the number of labels, total weight and amount which
have been issued since the last time the PACK COUNT key was
pressed.
1 Enter the PACK COUNT SUB-TOTAL mode.
• Press the PACK COUNT key.
PACK
COUNT
Note: Press the CLEAR key to exit the pack count subtotal
mode.
2 Print the pack count sub-total.
• Press the PRINT key.
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2.9
Mark Down Functions
The following mark down options are available before the label is
printed.
(1) Amount discount
(2) Percentage discount
(3) Special price
Only one of these three options can be programmed for use.
2.9.1
Amount Discount
1 Enter the discount amount.
■ Discount amount entry
• Enter the amount to be discounted and press the AMOUNT
DISCOUNT key.
Ex. Discount Amount = $0.50
5
0
➔
–$
■ AMOUNT DISCOUNT (preset) key
$
–0.50
• Press the PRESET key in which the amount discount data
is set.
2.9.2
Percentage Discount
1 Enter the discount percentage.
■ Discount percentage entry
• Enter the percentage to be discounted and press the
PERCENT DISCOUNT key.
Ex. Discount Percentage = 10%
0
1
➔
–%
■ PERCENT DISCOUNT (preset) key
• Press the PRESET key in which the percentage discount
data is set.
2.9.3
–10%
Special Price
1 Enter the special price.
Ex. Special Price = $4.50
4
2 Press the DISCOUNT key.
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2.10 Unit Price Override
This feature only functions for the weighed PLUs which are programmed to allow unit price override.
When attempting to override a PLU that is set not to allow an override,
the error beep will sound.
1 Enter the desired unit price.
Note: If the entered unit price is not displayed at this point,
the PLU is not programmed to allow price override,
and its price cannot be changed.
Ex. $3.50
3
5
0
2 Place the item on the scale.
2.11 Voiding the Last Label
1 Press the VOID key immediately after the label is
issued.
VOID
2.12 Switching from Sale by Weight
to Fixed-price Sale
1 Enter the fixed price.
Note: Skip this step if the fixed price is the same as the
preset unit price.
2 Press the FIXED PRICE key.
Ex. Fixed Price = $8.00
8
0
0
FIXED
PRICE
2.13 Selecting Lower Preset Data
A preset key can have two levels of preset data. Normally the upper
preset data is accessed. Follow the steps below to access the lower
preset data.
1 Press the LOWER PRESET key.
Ex. Access PLU90
LOWER
PRESET
2 Press an appropriate preset key.
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2.14 Pack Date Override
This function is used to temporarily change the current date, allowing
labels to be produced ahead of time for prepacking items.
1 Enter the six-digit date (MMDDYY).
Ex. November 20, 1996
1
1
2
0
9
6
2 Press the DATE key.
DATE
2.15 Save Function
The SAVE key is one of the preset function options. When the SAVE
indicator is lit, the selected PLU is retained (saved) after a label is
issued.
1 Press the PREPACK key to enter the manual mode,
if the scale is in auto mode.
2 Select the desired PLU if not already displayed.
PRE
PACK
Select PLU
3 Press the SAVE key. The SAVE indicator lights.
SAVE
Note: To cancel the save mode, press the SAVE key again.
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CHAPTER
3
SUBTRACTION
Contents
3.1
Subtraction Mode .......................... 24
3.1
Subtraction Mode
The subtraction mode is used to correct the running totals. The totals require correction if accurate reports are
to be generated. Some examples of when correcting the totals is necessary are listed below.
a. product returned by customers
b. incorrectly produced labels
The totals are subtracted from the running totals by a PLU number. The operator has to enter the product
number, the number of items (labels) to be returned, the total weight and total price. The best way to manage
returns is to keep all incorrectly produced labels in one place and subtract each label in turn.
Note: Confirm that the Operation Key Sheet, and not the Program Key Sheet, is being used for this operation.
Step
Description
1
• Access the Subtraction mode.
Keys and Display
7
0
0
0
➔
MODE
Ex. Password = 7000
• Press the ENTER key.
2
ENTER
• Enter the PLU number to be corrected
followed by the PLU key.
Ex. PLU No. 1
Note:
3
3
➔
VOID
• Enter the WEIGHT of the item (label) to be
returned, followed by the VOID key.
5
0
0
➔
VOID
3
7
5
➔
VOID
• Enter the AMOUNT of the item (label) to be
returned, followed by the VOID key.
Ex. $3.75
6
PLU
• Enter the NUMBER of the item (label) to be
returned, followed by the VOID key.
Ex. Five (5) Pounds
5
➔
If the PLU key is pressed again, the
entered PLU number will be displayed
for one second.
Ex. Three (3) Labels
4
1
• Press the PRINT key when not using the
operator system, or press the OPERATOR
key when using the operator system.
Note:
If a mistake is made during entry, press
the VOID key to display the previous
screen with the mistake. Then re-enter
the correct data.
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Susan
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Step
Description
7
• Repeat steps 2 through 6 for any other items
Keys and Display
(labels) to be returned. When complete
proceed to step 8.
8
• Press the MODE key to return to normal
operation.
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CHAPTER
4
TOTAL REPORTS
Contents
4.1
Total Reports .................................... 28
4.2
Total Mode ...................................... 28
4.3
Daily Total Report ............................ 29
4.4
Monthly Total Report ...................... 31
4.5
Hourly Total Report ......................... 33
4.6
Operator Total Report .................... 34
4.7
Total Clear ....................................... 35
4.1
Total Reports
The BC-3000 has the ability to print a large number of reports for the number of labels printed. This information
can be broken down into various categories including daily and monthly reports.
Note: Confirm that the Program Key Sheet, and not the Operation Key Sheet, is being used for these operations.
4.2
Total Mode
TOTAL
MODE
TOTAL
REPORT
DAILY
TOTAL
TOTAL
CLEAR
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DAILY
CLEAR
MONTHLY
TOTAL
MONTHLY
CLEAR
HOURLY
TOTAL
MONTHLY
SALES TOTAL
DAILY
SALES TOTAL
ALL
CLEAR
OPERATOR
TOTAL
MONTHLY
ITEM
DAILY
ITEM
MONTHLY
DEPT.
DAILY
DEPT.
MONTHLY
GROUP
DAILY
GROUP
MONTHLY
DSN. TOTAL
DAILY
DSN. TOTAL
MONTHLY
PROFIT TOTAL
DAILY
PROFIT TOTAL
MONTHLY
DEPT. TOTAL
DAILY
DEPT. TOTAL
MONTHLY
GROUP TOTAL
DAILY
GROUP TOTAL
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Daily Total Report
The Daily Total Report can be considered as the accumulated total for one day. The only difference between
this set of total and the monthly total is the level at which the reports are cleared.
4.3.1 Daily Report Categories
Daily Sales Total Report
The Daily Sales Total Report is the accumulated totals for all items printed since the last time the report was
cleared.
Daily Item Report
The Daily Item Report is a list of all PLUs that have had labels printed since the last time the Daily Sales Total
was cleared.
Daily Dept. Report
The Daily Dept. Report is a list of all departments that have had labels printed since the last time the Daily
Sales Total was cleared.
Daily Group Report
The Daily Group Report is a list of all groups that have had labels printed since the last time the Daily Sales
Total was cleared.
Daily Designated PLU Total Report
The Daily Designated PLU Total Report allows the sales for a specified PLU to be printed. To specify a PLU
enter the numeric value (1 ~ 999999) followed by the ENTER key. If the PLU number is correct press the PRINT
key.
Daily Profit Report
The Daily Profit Report produces a printout indicating how much profit has been made from selling items. For
this report, the cost of each PLU must be programmed in the BC-3000. Otherwise the percentage report will not
be correct.
Daily Department Total Report
The Daily Department Total Report groups the PLUs together by the department number programmed for the
items. The report lists each department in numeric order.
Note: The report will only print if department numbers are programmed in the PLUs.
Daily Group Total Report
The Daily Group Total Report groups the PLUs together by the Group number programmed for the items.
The report lists each group in numeric order.
Note: The report will only print if group numbers are programmed in the PLUs.
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4.3.2 Operation Procedure
Step
Description
1
• Access the Total mode.
Keys and Display
8
0
0
0
➔
MODE
Ex. Password = 8000
3
4
• Press number “2” followed by the ENTER key
to access the Total Report menu.
• Press the ENTER key to access the Report
Category.
➔
ENTER
ENTER
➝
• Press the UP or DOWN key to select the
desired Report Category.
F02-01-01 = Daily Sales Total
F02-01-03 = Daily Item
F02-01-04 = Daily Dept.
F02-01-05 = Daily Group
F02-01-06 = Daily Designated PLU Total
F02-01-07 = Daily Profit Total
F02-01-08 = Daily Department Total
F02-01-09 = Daily Group Total
5
2
OR
➝
2
Select Report Category
• Press the PRINT key.
PRINT
6
• Repeat steps 4 and 5 for any other reports.
7
• Press the END key to return to the main
menu.
8
• Press the MODE key to return to normal
operation.
END
MODE
Note: Particular reports can be obtained by using the following speed keys.
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GRAND
TOTAL
GRAND TOTAL
Used to immediately print the Daily Department Total while in the Total mode.
PRICE
OVRDE
PRICE OVERRIDE
Used to immediately print all items with changed unit prices while in the Total mode.
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Monthly Total Report
The Monthly Total Report can be considered as the accumulated total for one month. The only difference
between this set of total and the daily total is the level at which the reports are cleared.
4.4.1 Monthly Report Categories
Monthly Sales Total Report
Monthly Sales Total Report is the accumulated totals for all items printed since the last time the report was
cleared.
Monthly Item Report
The Monthly Item Report is a list of all PLUs that have had labels printed since the last time the Monthly Sales
Total was cleared.
Monthly Dept. Report
The Monthly Dept. Report is a list of all departments that have had labels printed since the last time the Monthly
Sales Total was cleared.
Monthly Group Report
The Monthly Group Report is a list of all groups that have had labels printed since the last time the Monthly
Sales Total was cleared.
Monthly Designated PLU Total Report
The Monthly Designated PLU Total Report allows the sales for a specified PLU to be printed. To specify a PLU
enter the numeric value (1 ~ 999999) followed by the ENTER key. If the PLU number is correct press the PRINT
key.
Monthly Profit Report
The Monthly Profit Report produces a printout indicating how much profit has been made from selling items. For
this report, the cost of each PLU must be programmed in the BC-3000. Otherwise the percentage report will not
be correct.
Monthly Department Total Report
The Monthly Department Total Report groups the PLUs together by the department number programmed to the
items. The report lists each department in numeric order.
Note: The report will only print if department numbers are programmed in the PLUs.
Monthly Group Total Report
The Monthly Group Total Report groups the PLUs together by the Group number programmed for the items.
The report lists each group in numeric order.
Note: The report will only print if group numbers are programmed in the PLUs.
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4.4.2 Operation Procedure
Step
Description
1
• Access the Total mode.
Keys and Display
8
0
0
0
➔
MODE
• Press number “2” followed by the ENTER key
to access the Total Report menu.
2
➔
ENTER
3
• Press the UP or DOWN key to select the
Monthly Total Report.
➝
OR
➝
Ex. Password = 8000
4
• Press the ENTER key to access the Report
Category.
5
• Press the UP or DOWN key to select the
desired Report Category.
6
• Press the PRINT key.
7
• Repeat steps 5 and 6 for any other reports.
8
• Press the END key to return to the main menu.
➝
F02-03-01 = Monthly Sales Total
F02-03-03 = Monthly Item
F02-03-04 = Monthly Dept.
F02-03-05 = Monthly Group
F02-03-06 = Monthly Designated PLU Total
F02-03-07 = Monthly Profit Total
F02-03-08 = Monthly Department Total
F02-03-09 = Monthly Group Total
ENTER
OR
➝
2
Select Report Category
PRINT
END
9
• Press the MODE key to return to normal
operation.
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4.5
Hourly Total Report
The Hourly Total Report allows the manager to obtain a report that shows sales by the hour. This report can be
used to assist with scheduling of employees to meet the busy periods. The following steps indicate how to
obtain the Hourly Total Report.
Step
Description
1
• Access the Total mode.
Keys and Display
8
0
0
0
➔
MODE
• Press number “2” followed by the ENTER key
to access the Total Report menu.
2
➔
ENTER
3
• Press the UP or DOWN key to select the
Hourly Total report.
➝
OR
➝
Ex. Password = 8000
4
• Press the ENTER key to enter the print mode.
2
5
• Press the PRINT key to list the transactions
by hour.
6
• Press the END key to return to the main
menu.
7
• Press the MODE key to return to normal
operation.
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PRINT
END
MODE
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4.6
Operator Total Report
The Operator Total Report only functions when the BC-3000 is programmed to use the operator system.
Transactions are listed with the information of operator numbers and names.
Step
Description
• Access the Total mode.
1
Keys and Display
8
0
0
0
➔
MODE
2
• Press number “2” followed by the ENTER key
to access the Total Report menu.
2
➔
ENTER
3
• Press the UP or DOWN key to select the
Operator Total reports.
➝
OR
➝
Ex. Password = 8000
4
• Press the ENTER key to enter the print mode.
5
• Press the PRINT key to list the transactions
by hour.
6
• Press the END key to return to the main
menu.
7
• Press the MODE key to return to normal
operation.
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PRINT
END
MODE
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4.7
Total Clear
After printing the necessary reports, all of the accumulated totals have to be cleared so that the accumulation
can begin from zero again.
Step
Description
1
• Access the Total mode.
Keys and Display
8
0
0
0
➔
MODE
Ex. Password = 8000
3
➔
• Press the UP or DOWN key to select the Total
Report to be cleared.
OR
F03-01 = Daily Total Report
F03-03 = Monthly Total Report
F03-05 = All Total Reports
ENTER
➝
3
• Press number “3” followed by the ENTER key
to access the Total Clear mode.
➝
2
Select Report
Note: When clearing one of the above Reports,
the Hourly and Operator Total Reports
will also be cleared.
4
• Press the ZERO key twice to clear the totals.
5
• Press the END key to return to the main
menu.
6
• Press the MODE key to return to normal
operation.
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ZERO
➔
ZERO
END
MODE
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CHAPTER
5
PROGRAMMING
Contents
5.1
Programming PLUs .......................... 38
5.2
Deleting PLUs ................................... 43
5.3
Programming Message Files .......... 44
5.4
Deleting Message Files ................... 45
5.5
Programming Date and Time ....... 46
5.6
Programming Store Names and
Addresses ........................................ 47
5.7
Deleting Store Names and
Addresses ........................................ 48
5.8
Programming Preset Keys .............. 49
5.9
Deleting All Preset Keys .................. 50
5.10 Printing PLU/Message
Information ...................................... 51
5.11 Programming Department
Codes and Names ......................... 53
5.12 Deleting Department Codes and
Names .............................................. 52
5.13 Programming Group Codes and
Names .............................................. 55
5.14 Deleting Group Codes and
Names .............................................. 56
5.15 Programming Operator Codes
and Names...................................... 57
5.16 Deleting Operator Codes and
Names .............................................. 58
5.17 Programming Nutrition Files ........... 59
5.18 Changing Unit Price/Fixed Price ... 65
5.1
Programming PLUs
This section explains how to program a product (PLU) in the BC-3000.
Some steps listed below may not be available. At the time of installation the BC-3000 may be configured to
bypass unused steps.
Note: Confirm that the Program Key Sheet, and not the Operation Key Sheet, is being used for this operation.
Step
Description
1
• Access the Programming mode.
Keys and Display
9
0
0
➔
0
MODE
Ex. Password = 9000
Note: To exit the Programming mode, press the
MODE key again.
2
• Enter “1” followed by the ENTER key, or press
the EDIT PLU key to select the PLU
Programming mode.
3
• Enter the PLU number (Max. 6 digits) to be
created or edited followed by the PLU key.
➔
1
1
2
3
4
EDIT
PLU
OR
ENTER
5
6
➔
PLU
Ex. PLU No. = 123456
4
• To edit or create the PLU name at this point,
press the EDIT key.
5
• Enter the desired PLU name using the
keyboard.
EDIT
PLU Name
(See Chapter 6)
Note: For text editing, refer to Chapter 6.
ENTER
• After entering the text, press the ENTER key.
6
• Press the ENTER key.
ENTER
Note: If confirmation of the entered PLU
number and name is necessary, press the
PRINT key.
7
• Select the product type, then press the
ENTER key.
0
➔
ENTER
0 = Weighed item
1 = Fixed-price item
Ex. Weighed Item
ENTER
9
• Press the ENTER key.
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Step
Description
8
• Select the type of markdown by using the
Keys and Display
RIGHT and LEFT keys.
• When other than “0” is selected, enter the
respective price, amount or percentage,
followed by the ENTER key.
➝ OR
➝
0 = No markdown
1 = Special selling price
2 = Amount discount from total price
3 = Percentage discount from total price
4 = Special unit price
0
➔
ENTER
➔
ENTER
➔
ENTER
5
0
Ex. Special Price = $5.00
• Press the ENTER key.
9
ENTER
• Enter the unit price followed by the ENTER
key.
Ex. Unit Price = $1.00
1
0
• Press the ENTER key.
10
ENTER
• Enter the fixed price followed by the ENTER
key.
Ex. Fixed Price = $8.00
0
8
• Press the ENTER key.
11
0
ENTER
• Enter the fixed weight followed by the ENTER
key.
Ex. Fixed Weight = 3 oz.
3
• Press the ENTER key.
12
0
➔
ENTER
ENTER
• Enter the registered code followed by the
ENTER key.
Ex. Registered Code = 2
2
➔
ENTER
• Press the ENTER key.
ENTER
Note: If this programming step is not necessary,
proceed to the next step.
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Step
13
Description
Keys and Display
• Enter the pack quantity followed by the
ENTER key.
➔
5
Ex. Pack Quantity = 5
• Press the ENTER key.
14
ENTER
• Enter the cost price followed by the ENTER
key.
Ex. Cost Price = $1.00
1
0
ENTER
ENTER
• Enter the tare weight followed by the ENTER
key.
Ex. Tare Weight = 0.50 lb.
0
5
• Press the ENTER key.
16
➔
0
• Press the ENTER key.
15
ENTER
➔
ENTER
ENTER
• Select the desired date format.
0 = Machine default
1 = No dates
2 = Pack date only
3 = Expiration date only
4 = Both dates
4
➔
ENTER
Ex. Both Dates
ENTER
• Press the ENTER key.
17
• Enter the shelf life (number of days) followed
by the ENTER key.
Ex. Shelf Life (number of days) = 5
5
• Press the ENTER key.
18
➔
ENTER
ENTER
• Enter sales by date (max. 3 digits).
Ex. To be sold within the next 5 days.
5
➔
ENTER
• Press the ENTER key.
Note: If this programming step is not necessary
proceed to the next step.
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Step
Description
• Enter the department code (used for tracking
19
Keys and Display
totals) followed by the ENTER key.
3
Ex. Department Code = 3
• Press the ENTER key.
20
• Enter the group code (used for tracking totals)
followed by the ENTER key.
➔
5
• Press the ENTER key.
ENTER
ENTER
• Enter the item code followed by the ENTER
key.
Ex. Item Code = 101011
1
0
0
1
• Press the ENTER key.
22
ENTER
ENTER
Ex. Group Code = 5
21
➔
1
1
➔
ENTER
ENTER
• Select an optional POP message number
followed by the ENTER key.
Note: POP Message (1 ~ 6)
Safe Handling Message (99)
1
➔
ENTER
Ex. POP Message No. 1
• Press the ENTER key.
23
ENTER
• Select the optional extra message number
(1 ~ 99) followed by the ENTER key.
Ex. Extra Message No. = 2
2
• Press the ENTER key.
24
➔
ENTER
ENTER
• Select the barcode type followed by the
ENTER key.
0 = Machine default
1 = UPC 13
2 = UPC 8
3 = 10 DIGIT 13
4 = 5 DIGIT 8
1
➔
ENTER
Ex. UPC 13
• Press the ENTER key.
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Step
Description
• Enter the barcode prefix (if different from the
25
Keys and Display
machine default) followed by the ENTER key.
Ex. Barcode Prefix = 49
4
9
• Press the ENTER key.
26
➔
ENTER
ENTER
• Enter the UPC or 10 digit barcode number
followed by the ENTER key.
10 Digit Barcode Number
• Press the ENTER key.
27
➔
ENTER
ENTER
• Select whether or not the product is to allow
price changes.
0 = Machine default
1 = Prohibit
2 = Allow
2
➔
ENTER
Ex. Price Change Allowed
• Press the ENTER key.
28
ENTER
• Select whether a tare weight is required or
not. Then press the ENTER key.
0 = Machine default
1 = No
2 = Yes (Forced tare)
0
➔
ENTER
Ex. Machine Default
• Press the ENTER key.
ENTER
29
• Repeat steps 3 through 28 for any other PLU
programming.
30
• When all desired PLUs have been
programmed, press the END key.
END
• Press the MODE key to return to the normal
mode.
MODE
31
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5.2
Deleting PLUs
The following procedure is used to delete products (PLUs) from memory.
Step
Description
• Access the Programming mode.
1
Keys and Display
9
0
0
0
➔
MODE
Ex. Password = 9000
Note: To exit the Programming mode, press the
MODE key again.
2
3
• Enter “1” followed by the ENTER key, or press
the EDIT PLU key to select the PLU
Programming mode.
• Enter the PLU number to be deleted followed
by the PLU key.
➔
1
1
2
3
4
EDIT
PLU
OR
ENTER
5
6
➔
PLU
Ex. PLU No. = 123456
4
• To delete the complete PLU record, press the
CHAR DELETE key.
CHAR
DELETE
5
• Press the CHAR DELETE key again to
confirm the deletion.
CHAR
DELETE
Note: Press the CLEAR key to cancel the
deletion.
6
• Repeat steps 3 through 5 for all PLUs to be
deleted.
7
• When all desired PLUs have been deleted,
press the END key.
8
• Press the MODE key to return to the normal
mode.
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MODE
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5.3
Programming Message Files
The following procedure is used to program a message file, that is used as an ingredient file linked to PLUs.
Step
Description
• Access the Programming mode.
1
Keys and Display
9
0
0
0
➔
MODE
Ex. Password = 9000
Note: To exit the Programming mode, press the
MODE key again.
2
3
• Enter “4” followed by the ENTER key, or press
the EXTRA TEXT key to select the Message
Programming mode.
• Enter the message number (1 ~ 99) followed
by the PLU key.
4
➔
5
ENTER
➔
OR
EXTRA
TEXT
PLU
Ex. Message No. = 5
4
• Press the ENTER key to select the Edit mode.
5
• Enter the required message using the
keyboard.
Note:
For text editing refer to Chapter 6.
ENTER
Text Editing
(See Chapter 6)
ENTER
• When complete, press the ENTER key.
6
• Repeat steps 3 through 5 for any other
messages to be created/edited.
7
• When all desired messages have been
programmed, press the END key.
END
8
• Press the MODE key to return to the normal
mode.
MODE
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5.4
Deleting Message Files
The following steps show how to delete messages.
Step
Description
1
• Access the Programming mode.
Keys and Display
9
0
0
➔
0
MODE
Ex. Password = 9000
Note: To exit the Programming mode, press the
MODE key again.
2
3
• Enter “4” followed by the ENTER key, or press
the EXTRA TEXT key to select the Message
Programming mode.
• Enter the message number (1 ~ 99) to be
deleted followed by the PLU key.
4
➔
6
ENTER
➔
OR
EXTRA
TEXT
PLU
Ex. Message No. = 6
4
• Press the CHAR DELETE key to delete the
message.
CHAR
DELETE
5
• Press the CHAR DELETE key again to
confirm the deletion.
CHAR
DELETE
Note: Press the CLEAR key to cancel the
deletion.
6
• Repeat steps 3 through 5 for any other
messages to be deleted.
7
• When all desired messages have been
deleted, press the END key.
8
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• Press the MODE key to return to the normal
mode.
END
MODE
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5.5
Programming Date and Time
Step
Description
1
• Access the Programming mode.
Keys and Display
9
0
0
0
➔
MODE
Ex. Password = 9000
Note: To exit the Programming mode, press the
MODE key again.
2
• Enter “6” followed by the ENTER key, or press
the DATE TIME key to select the Date/Time
Programming mode.
6
➔
ENTER
DATE
TIME
OR
Ex. Current Date = November 25, 1996
3
• Enter new date (MMDDYYYY) followed by the
ENTER key.
1
1
2
6
1
9
9
6
0
0
➔
➔ ENTER
Ex. New Date = November 26, 1996
• Press the ENTER key.
4
ENTER
• Enter the time (hhmmss) followed by the
ENTER key (24-hour clock).
Ex.
Current Time = 16:30:32
New Time = 17:31:00
5
• After the new date and time have been
entered, press the END key.
6
• Press the MODE key to return to the normal
mode.
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7
3
1
ENTER
END
MODE
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5.6
Programming Store Names and Addresses
The BC-3000 can be programmed with store names and addresses, which allow the operator to select which
store information is to be printed on labels. The following procedure shows how to program store name and
address information.
Step
Description
1
• Access the Programming mode.
Keys and Display
0
9
0
0
➔
MODE
Ex. Password = 9000
Note: To exit the Programming mode, press the
MODE key again.
2
• Enter “7” followed by the ENTER key, or press
the STORE NAME key to select the Store
Programming mode.
3
• Enter the store reference number (1 ~ 9)
followed by the PLU key.
7
➔
ENTER
OR
1
➔
PLU
STORE
NAME
Ex. Store Reference Number = 1
4
5
• Press the ENTER key to program the store
name.
• Enter the required store name using the
keyboard.
ENTER
Store Name
(See Chapter 6)
Note: For text editing, refer to Chapter 6.
• When text editing is complete, press the
DOWN key.
➝
5
• Press the ENTER key to program the store
address.
• Enter the required store address using the
keyboard (max. 47 characters).
Note: For text editing, refer to Chapter 6.
6
• Repeat steps 3 through 5 for any other store
information to be programmed.
7
• When all desired store names and addresses
have been entered, press the END key.
8
• Press the MODE key to return to the normal
mode.
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ENTER
Store Address
(See Chapter 6)
END
MODE
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5.7
Deleting Store Names and Addresses
The following steps show how to delete store names and addresses.
Step
Description
1
• Access the Programming mode.
Keys and Display
0
9
0
0
➔
MODE
Ex. Password = 9000
Note: To exit the Programming mode, press the
MODE key again.
3
• Enter “7” followed by the ENTER key, or press
the STORE NAME key to select the Store
Programming mode.
• Enter the store reference number (1 ~ 9)
followed by the PLU key.
7
➔
ENTER
1
➔
PLU
3
➔
➝
2
OR
STORE
NAME
Ex. Store Reference Number = 1
4
5
• Enter “3” followed by the DOWN key to select
the Delete mode.
• Press the ENTER key.
ENTER
• Press the CHAR DELETE key to delete the
store information.
CHAR
DELETE
Note: Press the CLEAR key to cancel the
deletion.
6
• Repeat steps 3 through 5 for any other store
information to be deleted.
7
• When all desired store information has been
deleted, press the END key.
END
8
• Press the MODE key to return to the normal
mode.
MODE
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5.8
Programming Preset Keys
The BC-3000 has 88 keys which can be programmed as preset keys. Each preset key has two levels of preset
records (upper case and lower case).
The following steps indicate how to program preset keys.
Step
Description
1
• Access the Programming mode.
Ex. Password = 9000
Keys and Display
9
0
0
0
➔
MODE
Note: To exit the Programming mode, press the
MODE key again.
2
• Enter “8” followed by the ENTER key, or press
the SPEED keys to select the Preset Key
Programming mode.
3
• Press the ENTER key to program preset keys.
4
• Select the type of preset key by pressing the
RIGHT key.
0 = No key function
1 = PLU
3 = Amount discount from total price
4 = Percentage discount from total price
5 = Message text
8 = Operator (Optional)
Ex. PLU
5
• Enter the numeric value to be programmed,
then press the desired key location.
8
➔
ENTER
OR
SPEED
KEYS
ENTER
➝
1
Upper Case
➔
PLU1
(Any preset key)
Ex. PLU No. = 1
OR
6
• Repeat step 5 only for the same type of preset
key.
• Repeat steps 4 through 5 for any other preset
keys to be programmed.
7
• When all preset keys have been programmed,
press the END key.
8
• Press the END key again.
9
• Press the MODE key to return to the normal
mode.
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Lower Case
➝
Note: To confirm the value programmed in the
preset key, press the PRESET key and
the value will be displayed on the screen.
1
➔
PLU1
(Any preset key)
END
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5.9
Deleting All Preset Keys
All preset keys can be deleted by the following procedure.
Step
Description
1
• Access the Programming mode.
Keys and Display
9
0
0
0
➔
MODE
Ex. Password = 9000
Note: To exit the Programming mode, press the
MODE key again.
2
3
4
• Enter “8” followed by the ENTER key, or press
the SPEED keys to select the Preset Key
Programming mode.
• Enter “2” followed by the ENTER key to select
the Preset Key Delete mode.
• Press the CHAR DELETE key to delete all
preset keys.
8
➔
2
ENTER
➔
OR
SPEED
KEYS
ENTER
CHAR
DELETE
Note: Press the CLEAR key to cancel the
deletion.
5
• When complete, press the END key.
END
6
• Press the MODE key to return to the normal
mode.
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5.10 Printing PLU/Message Information
Stored information can be printed on labels or receipt paper. The following steps indicate how this is done.
Step
Description
1
• Access the Programming mode.
Keys and Display
9
0
0
0
➔
MODE
Ex. Password = 9000
Note: To exit the Programming mode, press the
MODE key again.
2
3
• Enter “9” followed by the ENTER key, or press
the PLU LIST key to select the Printing mode.
9
➔
• To print all of the stored information, press
the PRINT key. Otherwise skip this step.
•• labels for checking PLU barcodes will be
issued when the label is set, or
•• programmed PLU information and extra
messages will be printed when the receipt
paper is set.
ENTER
OR
PLU
LIST
PRINT
Note: To stop printing, press the PRINT key.
To continue printing, press the PRINT
key again.
• Proceed to step 9.
4
• Press the ENTER key, and select the type of
list using the RIGHT or LEFT key.
ENTER
0 = PLUs
1 = Messages (when receipt paper is set)
OR
➝
➝
Ex. Messages
4
• Press the ENTER key.
ENTER
5
• Enter the star t number of the range to be
listed followed by the ENTER key.
4
6
➔
5
Ex. Start No. = 5
• Press the ENTER key.
ENTER
ENTER
• Enter the end number of the range to be
listed followed by the ENTER key.
Ex. End No. = 10
• Press the ENTER key.
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1
0
➔
ENTER
ENTER
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7
Description
• Press the PRINT key to bring the paper or
label print out.
Note: To stop printing, press the PRINT key.
To continue printing, press the PRINT
key again.
8
• After printing, press the PRINT key to return
to the previous mode.
9
• When all desired PLU/Message information
has been printed, press the END key.
10
Keys and Display
• Press the MODE key to return to the normal
mode.
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PRINT
END
MODE
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5.11 Programming Department Codes and Names
Departments are used to link similar products together into a category for report purposes. The following steps
show how to program a name for the reference code entered when PLUs are programmed.
Step
Description
1
• Access the Programming mode.
Keys and Display
9
0
0
1
0
➔
5
➔
MODE
ENTER
OR
DEPT.
➔
PLU
0
Ex. Password = 9000
Note: To exit the Programming mode, press the
MODE key again.
2
3
• Enter “10” followed by the ENTER key, or
press the DEPT. key to select the Department
Programming mode.
• Enter the department code followed by the
PLU key.
1
Ex. Department Code = 15
4
5
• Press the ENTER key to create/edit the
department name.
• Enter the required department name using
the keyboard (max. 12 characters).
• When complete press the ENTER key.
ENTER
Dept. Name
(See Chapter 6)
ENTER
6
• Repeat steps 3 through 5 for any other
departments to be programmed.
7
• When all desired departments have been
programmed, press the END key.
END
• Press the MODE key to return to the normal
mode.
MODE
8
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5.12 Deleting Department Codes and Names
The following steps show how to delete department codes and names.
Step
Description
1
• Access the Programming mode.
Keys and Display
9
0
0
1
0
➔
6
➔
MODE
ENTER
OR
DEPT.
➔
PLU
0
Ex. Password = 9000
Note: To exit the Programming mode, press the
MODE key again.
2
3
• Enter “10” followed by the ENTER key, or
press the DEPT. key to select the Department
Programming mode.
• Enter the department code to be deleted
followed by the PLU key.
1
Ex. Department Code = 16
4
• Press the CHAR DELETE key to delete the
department.
5
• Press the CHAR DELETE key again to
confirm the deletion.
CHAR
DELETE
CHAR
DELETE
Note: Press the CLEAR key to cancel the
deletion.
6
• Repeat steps 3 through 5 for any other
departments to be deleted.
7
• When all desired departments have been
deleted, press the END key.
8
• Press the MODE key to return to the normal
mode.
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MODE
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5.13 Programming Group Codes and Names
Groups are used to link similar products together into a category for report purposes. The following steps show
how to program a name for the reference number entered when PLUs are programmed.
Step
Description
1
• Access the programming mode.
Keys and Display
9
0
0
0
➔
MODE
Ex. Password = 9000
Note: To exit the Programming mode, press the
MODE key again.
2
3
• Enter “11” followed by the ENTER key, or
press the GROUP key to select the Group
Programming mode.
• Enter the group code followed by the PLU
key.
1
1
1
1
➔
ENTER
OR
GROUP
1
➔
PLU
1
Ex. Group Code = 1111
4
• Press the ENTER key to create/edit the group
name.
ENTER
5
• Enter the required group name as required
using the keyboard (max. 12 characters).
Group Name
(See Chapter 6)
• When complete press the ENTER key.
ENTER
6
• Repeat steps 3 through 5 for any other group
to be programmed.
7
• When all desired groups have been
programmed, press the END key.
END
• Press the MODE key to return to the normal
mode.
MODE
8
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5.14 Deleting Group Codes and Names
The following steps show how to delete group codes and names.
Step
Description
1
• Access the Programming mode.
Keys and Display
9
0
0
1
1
➔
0
➔
MODE
Ex. Password = 9000
Note: To exit the Programming mode, press the
MODE key again.
2
• Enter “11” followed by the ENTER key, or
press the GROUP key to select the Group
Programming mode.
3
• Enter the group code to be deleted followed
by the PLU key.
1
1
ENTER
1
2
OR
➔
GROUP
PLU
Ex. Group Code = 1112
4
• Press the CHAR DELETE key to delete the
group.
CHAR
DELETE
5
• Press the CHAR DELETE key again to
confirm the deletion.
CHAR
DELETE
Note: Press the CLEAR key to cancel the
deletion.
6
• Repeat steps 3 through 5 for any other groups
to be deleted.
7
• When all desired groups have been deleted,
press the END key.
8
• Press the MODE key to return to the normal
mode.
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MODE
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5.15 Programming Operator Codes and Names
The following steps show how to program operator codes and names used in the operator system.
Step
Description
1
• Access the Programming mode.
Keys and Display
9
0
➔
MODE
ENTER
OR
OPERATOR
0
0
Ex. Password = 9000
Note: To exit the Programming mode, press the
MODE key again.
2
• Enter “12” followed by the ENTER key, or
press the OPERATOR key to select the
Operator Programming mode.
3
• Enter the operator code followed by the PLU
key.
1
2
1
➔
1
➔
PLU
Ex. Operator Code = 11
4
• Press the ENTER key to create/edit the
operator name.
5
• Enter the required operator name using the
keyboard (max. 12 characters).
• When complete press the ENTER key.
ENTER
Operator Name
(See Chapter 6)
ENTER
6
• Repeat steps 3 through 5 for any other
operators to be programmed.
7
• When all desired operator information has
been programmed, press the END key.
END
• Press the MODE key to return to the normal
mode.
MODE
8
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5.16 Deleting Operator Codes and Names
The following steps show how to delete operator codes and names.
Step
Description
1
• Access the programming mode.
Keys and Display
9
0
0
0
➔
MODE
➔
ENTER
OR
OPERATOR
Ex. Password = 9000
Note: To exit the Programming mode, press the
MODE key again.
2
• Enter “12” followed by the ENTER key, or
press the OPERATOR key to select the
Operator Programming mode.
3
• Enter the operator code to be deleted followed
by the PLU key.
1
2
1
2
➔
PLU
Ex. Operator Code = 12
4
• Press the CHAR DELETE key to delete the
operator.
CHAR
DELETE
5
• Press the CHAR DELETE key again to
confirm the deletion.
CHAR
DELETE
Note: To cancel the deletion, press the CLEAR
key.
6
• Repeat steps 3 through 5 for any other
operators to be deleted.
7
• When all desired operator information has
been deleted, press the END key.
END
8
• Press the MODE key to return to the normal
mode.
MODE
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5.17 Programming Nutrition Files
Nutrition Files can be included with each PLU. The following steps show how to program Nutrition Files.
Step
Description
1
• Enter the Programming mode.
Keys and Display
9
0
0
➔
0
MODE
Ex. Password = 9000
Note: To exit the Programming mode, press the
MODE key again.
2
3
• Enter “21” followed by the ENTER key to
select the Nutrition File Programming mode.
• Enter the PLU number followed by the PLU
key.
1
2
1
➔
➔
ENTER
PLU
Ex. PLU No.1
4
5
• To confirm the entered PLU number on the
display, press the PLU key. The entered PLU
number will appear on the display for one
second.
• Enter “Serving Size” followed by the ENTER
key.
PLU
Serving Size
(Max. 10 characters)
ENTER
6
• Press the ENTER key.
ENTER
7
• Enter “Serving per Container” followed by the
ENTER key.
Serving per Container
(Max. 4 characters)
ENTER
Note: The entered data will be printed when
issuing nutrition label for fixed price items.
For the weighed items, “varies” will
always be printed.
7
• Press the ENTER key.
• Enter “Total Calories” followed by the ENTER
key.
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ENTER
Total Calories
(Max. 4 digits)
ENTER
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Step
Description
8
• Press the ENTER key.
Keys and Display
ENTER
3
• Enter “Calories from Fat” followed by the
ENTER key.
Calories from Fat
(Max. 4 digits)
ENTER
• Press the ENTER key.
ENTER
➝
9
5
“mg” or “g”
➝
• Select the unit of weight (“mg” or “g”) by using
the RIGHT or LEFT key.
OR
➝
Select “mg” or “g”
0: mg
1: g
Total Fat
(Max. 3 digits)
• Enter “Total Fat” followed by the ENTER key.
7
10
ENTER
• Press the ENTER key.
• Enter “Total Fat Percentage” followed by the
ENTER key.
ENTER
Total Fat %
(Max. 3 digits)
ENTER
• Press the ENTER key.
ENTER
➝
11
0: mg
1: g
• Enter “Saturated Fat” followed by the ENTER
key.
12
• Press the ENTER key.
• Enter “Saturated Fat Percentage” followed by
the ENTER key.
“mg” or “g”
➝
• Select the unit of weight (“mg” or “g”) by using
the RIGHT or LEFT key.
OR
➝
Select “mg” or “g”
Saturated Fat
(Max. 3 digits)
ENTER
ENTER
Saturated Fat %
(Max. 3 digits)
ENTER
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Step
Description
13
• Press the ENTER key.
Keys and Display
ENTER
➝
• Select the unit of weight (“mg” or “g”) by using
the RIGHT or LEFT key.
• Enter “Cholesterol” Fat followed by the
ENTER key.
“mg” or “g”
➝
0: mg
1: g
OR
➝
Select “mg” or “g”
Cholesterol
(Max. 3 digits)
ENTER
14
• Press the ENTER key.
ENTER
• Enter “Cholesterol Percentage” followed by
the ENTER key.
Cholesterol %
(Max. 3 digits)
ENTER
• Press the ENTER key.
0: mg
1: g
• Enter “Sodium” followed by the ENTER key.
➝
• Select the unit of weight (“mg” or “g”) by using
the RIGHT or LEFT key.
ENTER
“mg” or “g”
➝
15
OR
➝
Select “mg” or “g”
Sodium
(Max. 4 digits)
ENTER
16
• Press the ENTER key.
• Enter “Sodium Percentage” followed by the
ENTER key.
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ENTER
Sodium %
(Max. 3 digits)
ENTER
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Step
Description
17
• Press the ENTER key.
Keys and Display
➝
ENTER
• Select the unit of weight (“mg” or “g”) by using
the RIGHT or LEFT key.
“mg” or “g”
➝
0: mg
1: g
• Enter “Total Carbohydrate” followed by the
ENTER key.
OR
➝
Select “mg” or “g”
Total Carbohydrate
(Max. 4 digits)
ENTER
18
• Press the ENTER key.
ENTER
• Enter “Total Carbohydrate Percentage”
followed by the ENTER key.
Total Carbohydrate %
(Max. 3 digits)
ENTER
19
• Press the ENTER key.
ENTER
• Enter “Dietary Fiber” followed by the ENTER
key.
“mg” or “g”
➝
0: mg
1: g
➝
• Select the unit of weight (“mg” or “g”) by using
the RIGHT or LEFT key.
OR
➝
Select “mg” or “g”
Dietary Fiber
(Max. 3 digits)
ENTER
20
• Press the ENTER key.
ENTER
• Enter “Dietary Fiber Percentage” followed by
the ENTER key.
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(Max. 3 digits)
ENTER
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Step
Description
21
• Press the ENTER key.
Keys and Display
• Select the unit of weight (“mg” or “g”) by using
the RIGHT or LEFT key.
0: mg
1: g
➝
ENTER
“mg” or “g”
Protein
(Max. 3 digits)
ENTER
• Enter “Protein” followed by the ENTER key.
22
• Press the ENTER key.
• Enter “Protein Percentage” followed by the
ENTER key.
ENTER
Protein %
(Max. 3 digits)
ENTER
• Press the ENTER key.
0: mg
1: g
• Enter “Sugar” followed by the ENTER key.
➝
• Select the unit of weight (“mg” or “g”) by using
the RIGHT or LEFT key.
ENTER
“mg” or “g”
➝
23
OR
➝
Select “mg” or “g”
Sugar
(Max. 3 digits)
ENTER
24
• Press the ENTER key.
ENTER
• Enter “Sugar Percentage” followed by the
ENTER key.
Sugar %
(Max. 3 digits)
ENTER
25
• Press the ENTER key.
ENTER
• Enter “Vitamin A Percentage” followed by the
ENTER key.
Vitamin A %
(Max. 3 digits)
ENTER
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Step
Description
26
• Press the ENTER key.
Keys and Display
ENTER
• Enter “Vitamin C Percentage” followed by the
ENTER key.
Vitamin C %
(Max. 3 digits)
ENTER
27
• Press the ENTER key.
• Enter “Calcium Percentage” followed by the
ENTER key.
Calcium %
(Max. 3 digits)
ENTER
2
28
ENTER
• Press the ENTER key.
ENTER
• Enter “Iron Percentage” followed by the
ENTER key.
Iron %
(Max. 3 digits)
ENTER
29
• Repeat steps 3 through 28 for any other
Nutrition Files to be programmed.
30
• When all desired Nutrition Files have been
programmed, press the END key.
31
• Press the MODE key to return to the normal
mode.
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MODE
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5.18 Changing Unit Price/Fixed Price
The following steps show how to change the price recorded in the PLU.
Step
Description
1
• Access the Programming mode.
Keys and Display
9
0
0
0
➔
MODE
Ex. Password = 9000
Note: To exit the Programming mode, press the
MODE key again.
2
• Enter “22” followed by the ENTER key to
select the Price Change mode.
3
• Enter the PLU No. followed by the PLU key.
2
2
1
➔
➔
ENTER
PLU
Ex. PLU No. = 1
Current price
4
• Enter the new price.
2
2
0
➔
ENTER
Ex. $2.20
New price
5
• Repeat steps 3 through 4 for any other prices
to be changed.
6
• When all desired prices have been changed,
press the END key.
END
• Press the MODE key to return to the normal
mode.
MODE
7
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CHAPTER
6
TEXT EDITING
Contents
6.1
Text Entry Screen ............................. 68
6.2
Character Size ................................ 69
6.3
Text Editing Keys .............................. 70
6.4
How to Create/Edit Text ................ 71
6.5
How to Reverse Text ....................... 72
6.6
How to Insert Characters ............... 74
6.1
Text Entry Screen
6.1.1 Indicators
Line Counter
Character Counter
Character Size
Shift
Insert
Lower Case
Size
Reverse
6.1.2 7-Segment Display Characters
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
!
”
#
$
%
&
’
(
)
+
,
–
•
/
:
;
<
=
?
[
\
]
^
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6.2
Character Size
The following text can be entered while in the Editing mode.
Variable Character Size
• PLU name
• EXTRA message
• Store name
Fixed Character Size
• Department name (max. 12 characters)
• Group name
(max. 12 characters)
• Operator name
(max. 12 characters)
• Store address
(max. 47 characters)
Character Size
Size 1
7 × 14 mm
(Upper/Lower case)
Max. 48 characters/line
Size 2
10 × 20 mm (Upper case only)
Max. 36 characters/line
Size 3
15 × 30 mm (Upper case only)
Max. 25 characters/line
Size 4
20 × 40 mm (Upper case only)
Max. 18 characters/line
Size 5
30 × 60 mm (Upper case only)
Max. 12 characters/line
Size 6
40 × 80 mm (Upper case only)
Max. 9 characters/line
Size 7
60 × 120 mm (Upper case only)
Max. 6 characters/line
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Print Examples
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6.3
Text Editing Keys
Note: Confirm that the Program Key Sheet, and not the Operation Key Sheet, is being used for this operation.
SIZE
➝
➝
➝
➝
SIZE
Used to select different character sizes
available for printed text.
Also used to return to standard text.
CHAR
DELETE
CHARACTER DELETE
Used to delete the right most character
on the display.
RIGHT ARROW
Used to move across text characters.
Also used to view options available on
menu lines of program menu items.
LINE
DELETE
LINE DELETE
Used to delete complete words from text
field.
LEFT ARROW
Used to move across text characters.
Also used to view options available on
menu lines of program menu items.
COPY
COPY
Used to copy the text and other settings
of a PLU to a new PLU.
INSERT
INSERT
Used to change between inserting or
overriding characters in editing text.
NEW
LINE
NEW LINE
Used to move to the next line (carriage
return) when in the Editing mode.
LOWER CASE
Used to change to lower case letters.
UP ARROW
Used to move up text lines.
DOWN ARROW
Used to move down text lines.
REVERSE
REVERSE
Used to reverse text type. Also used to
return to standard text.
LOWER
CASE
NORMAL
NORMAL
Used to switch from reverse type to
normal type.
SHIFT
BS
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BACK SPACE
Used to delete the last entered character,
or the character to the left of the right most
character.
SHIFT
Used to access the upper character of
keys with two characters.
Also used to move to end of a text line in
combination with the RIGHT ARROW
key, or used to move to the beginning of
a text line in combination with the LEFT
ARROW key.
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6.4
How to Create/Edit Text
Step
Description
1
• Make sure that the BC-3000 is in the Text
Keys and Display
➝
Editing mode.
Character size
2
• Select the desired character size.
SIZE
➝
•• Press the SIZE key, and the size indicator
will light.
Size
➝
Size 3
➝
➝
Ex.
OR
Size
3
➝
•• Press the UP or DOWN key to select the
desired character size.
• Enter the desired text on the 1st line.
Character size
F
I
L
E
T
M
I
G
N
O
Ex. FILET MIGNON
SPACE
4
• Press the NEW LINE Key.
N
NEW
LINE
• Select the desired character size by pressing
the UP or DOWN key.
SIZE
Size 2
5
• Enter the desired text on the 2nd line.
(
<
(
<
B
➝
➝
Ex.
OR
E
E
F
)
>
)
>
Ex. ((BEEF))
6
• Press the ENTER key.
ENTER
• Press the PRINT key to confirm the entered
text.
PRINT
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6.5
How to Reverse Text
Step
Description
1
• Make sure that the BC-3000 is in the Text
Keys and Display
➝
Editing mode.
Character size
2
• Select the desired character size.
SIZE
➝
•• Press the SIZE key, and the SIZE indicator
will light.
Size
➝
Size 3
➝
➝
Ex.
OR
Size
• Press the REVERSE key to select Text
Reverse mode, and the REVERSE indicator
will light.
Big size
REVERSE
➝
3
➝
•• Press the UP or DOWN key to select the
desired character size.
Reverse
• Enter the desired text on the 1st line.
F
I
L
E
T
M
I
G
N
O
OR
NORMAL
Ex. FILET MIGNON
SPACE
• Press the NORMAL key, or press the
REVERSE key again to return to standard
text.
4
REVERSE
• Press the NEW LINE key.
NEW
LINE
• Select the desired character size.
•• Press the UP or DOWN key to select the
desired character size.
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➝
Size 2
SIZE
OR
➝
Ex.
N
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Step
Description
• Enter in the desired text on the 2nd line.
5
Keys and Display
(
<
(
<
B
E
E
F
)
>
)
>
Ex. ((BEEF))
• Press the ENTER key.
ENTER
6
• Press the PRINT key to confirm the entered
text.
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PRINT
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6.6
How to Insert Characters
Step
Description
1
• "FIET" instead of "FILET" was entered by
F
I
E
T
➝
mistake.
Keys and Display
Insert
2
• Make sure that the INSERT indicator is lit.
Note: If this indicator is not lit, press the INSERT
key to turn on the INSERT indicator.
➝
• To insert the character "L" between "I" and
"E".
➝
3
•• Press the LEFT key twice to move two
characters back.
•• Type "L".
•• Press the ENTER key.
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L
ENTER
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CHAPTER
7
TROUBLESHOOTING
Contents
7.1
Troubleshooting .............................. 76
7.2
Other Problems ............................... 77
7.1
Troubleshooting
When errors occur, try to recover normal operations by using the following troubleshooting chart.
WEIGHT
lb
ZERO
NET
Capacity
Error No.
UNIT PRICE
SAVE
$
TOTAL PRICE
$
AUTO
PLU
30 × 0.01 lb
Description
Too many characters.
POP message is too long.
Countermeasure
Label printing is not possible because the number
of entered characters is too great for the set label.
Press the CLEAR key to return to the previous
screen and try to enter data again.
Extra message is too long.
Store name/address is too long.
Out of labels.
Replace with a new roll of labels. Press the
CLEAR key to return to the previous screen.
Label size error.
The label size may be different from the
predetermined size. Press the CLEAR key to
return to the previous screen. Confirm the label
size and replace if necessary.
Entered special price is equal to
or over the preset price.
Press the CLEAR key to return to the previous
screen. Try to enter the special price again.
Damaged memory.
Contact the service engineer.
Check the scale.
The scale reading was not stable when power
was turned on, or some item was left on the weigh
platter.
Remove any items left on the weigh platter.
Remove items on the w eigh
platter.
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7.2
Other Problems
◆ Printing is too light.
The thermal head has become soiled. Use the attached cleaner set to clean the printer head.
(Refer to page 12.)
◆ Labels are printed as soon as an item is placed on the weigh platter.
The scale is set in the AUTO mode. (AUTO indicator is lit.)
◆ Labels are not issued.
The printing position has slipped. Press the PAPER FEED key to align the paper with the correct printing
position.
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