ER Series
Price Computing Scale
ER Series
OWNER’S MANUAL
CONTENTS
PRECAUTIONS
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PREFACE
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OVERALL VIEW OF ER SERIES
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DISPLAY & KEYBOARD
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OPERATIONS
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1. Programming mode
Chapter 1. Basic Operation
Chapter 2. PLU Saving & Calling - up
Chapter 3. User's Set-up Mode
Chapter 4. Formatting Printing Receipt
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2. Sales Mode
Chapter 5. Basic Operation
Chapter 6. Sales Transaction
Chapter 7. Discount & Payment
Chapter 8. Daily Total Sales Amount
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ASCII CODE
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ERROR MESSAGES
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SPECIFICATION
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PRECAUTIONS
WARNING
Precautions when installing the scale. To ensure that you get the most from
your scale, please follow these instruction.
Make sure to plug your scal into the proper power outlet. For maximum
performance, plug into a power outlet 30 minutes before the usage for warm up.
Warning
Attention
Do not disassemble the scale.
When any damage or defect occurs,
contact your CAS
authorized dealer
immediately for
proper repair.
Do not overload beyond the maximum
weight limit.
Scale must be grounded to minimize
electricity static. This will minimize
defect or electric shock.
For consistent and accurate reading,
maintain periodical check by your
CAS authorized dealer.
Avoid sudden shock to the scale.
Internal mechanism could be damaged.
Do not pull the plug by its cord when
unplugging. Damaged cord could cause
electric shock or fire.
To prevent from fire occurring, Do not
place or use the scale near flammable or
corrosive gas.
To reduce electric shock or incorrect
reading, Do not spill water on the scale
or place it in humid condition.
Take the battery out when scale is not in
use for long time. Leakage from the
batteries is hazardous.
Place the scale on firm and temperature
consistent environment.
Avoid placing the scale near heater
or in direct sunlight.
Insert plug firmly to wall outlet to
prevent electric shock.
Use proper Adapter. Incorred adapter
could damage the scale.
Keep the scale away from other
electromagnetic generating devices.
This may interfere with accurate
reading.
Grab on the bottom of the scale when
moving. Do not hold by the platter.
By adjusting 4 corners of the scale, set
the scale even using the built in scale
leveling indicator.
Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
Dispose of used batteries according to the instruction.
Correct type of battery
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PREFACE
Thank you for the purchasing of CAS ER series.
This series have been designed with CAS reliability, under rigid quality control
and with outstanding performance. Your specialty departments can enjoy with
CAS product. We hope that CAS product meets your needs.
DISPLAY & KEYBOARD
LCD TYPE : Front Display
The user manual is designed to guide you to understand product operation and
proper care of product.
OVERALL VIEW
STADARD TYPE
LCD TYPE : Rear Display
VFD TYPE : Front Display
POLE TYPE
VFD TYPE : Rear Display
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LCD TYPE : Front Display
KEYBAORD
LCD TYPE : Rear Display
Table : Symbols on Display
SYMBOLS
VFD TYPE : Front Display
DESCRIPTION
To adjust zero
Tare on
Backlight on
Low battery warning
VFD TYPE : Rear Display
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Table : Key Functions
KEYS
OPERATIONS
FUNCTIONS
To input all of numerical data
Direct PLU keys
To save PLU
To call up PLU
To clear data
To set zero
To set or clear tare value
To turn on & off the scale or backlight (LCD version only)
To make several sales transaction by adding up
To make discount transaction
1. Programming Mode
Chapter 1. Basic Operation
a. Turning the scale on / off
b. Turning backlight on / off (a option in LCD version only)
c. Zero function
Chapter 2. PLU Saving & Calling-up
a. Saving unit price on PLU
b. Saving PLU name (option)
c. Calling up PLU
- Indirect PLU
- Direct PLU (M1~M5)
Chapter 3. User's Set-up Mode
a. Auto power-off
b. EL backlight on / off (backlight option in LCD version only)
c. Selecting printer
d. Option setting for daily total sales amount
To multiply the same item when making sales transaction
To check total sales amount or finalize sales transaction
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Chapter 4. Formatting Printing Receipt
a. Using Printer
b. Receipt header setting
c. Receipt currency (unit) setting
d. Receipt date setting
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Chapter 1. Basic Operation
Chapter 2. PLU Saving & PLU Calling-up
a. Turning the scale on / off
a. Saving unit price on PLU
This section explains how to save unit price in PLU.
Press ON/OFF key to turn on.
Press ON/OFF key to turn on.
Number of PLU
Range
PLU
199
1~199
PLU name (option)
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1~28
Remarks
Number of direct PLU may be different on product model.
“C” key is to clear data input.
b. Turning the backlight on / off (Option in LCD version only)
Press numeric key to input unit price you wish
to have. Ex) 1.99
Press ON/OFF key again for a few seconds
under the power on.
Press “ M” key.
Press ON/OFF key again under the backlight
on.
c. Zero function
Press numeric key to input a PLU address.
Ex) PLU 10.
Press ZERO key to set zero point when the
weight is unstable.
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“C” key is to input, save a character, and move to next character (or byte).
“ZERO” key is to move previous character (or byte).
“TARE” key is to move next programming menu.
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c. Calling up a PLU
Press “ M” key to save it.
b. Saving PLU name (option)
If you have “28 PLU name inputting option” you may save the name of PLU
for 1~28.
“C” key is to input, save a character, and move to next character (or byte).
“ZERO” key is to move previous character (or byte).
“TARE” key is to move next programming menu.
Input appropriate ASCII codes to save the PLU
name. Ex) “APPLE” is “4, 1, C, 5, 0, C, 5, 0,
C, 4, C, C, 4, 5, C”
Press TARE key to exit to normal weighing
mode or C key up to maximum 8th byte. Then
automatically exit to normal weighing mode.
To call up indirect PLU saved
press appropriate numeric keys (address) and
“M ” key. Ex) PLU 10
To go back to normal weighing mode
press “C” key.
To call up direct PLU saved just
press appropriate direct PLU key. Ex) PLU 2
To go back to normal weighing mode
press “C” key.
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Chapter 3. User's Set-up Mode
a. Auto power-off
This section explains how to set backlight on & off function and automatic off
function.
This section explains how to set up the following functions.
Functions
1. Auto power-off
Options
Remarks
2. EL Backlight On/OFF
OFF / ON / 3 / 5 / 10
3. Printer selection
NON / Top / EPSON /Dep-50
When backlight option selected
in LCD version only
To get into “User’s Set-up Mode” press
ON/OFF key pressing and holding ZERO key.
Press “ZERO” key to save current option and move to next function setting
mode.
Press “TARE” key to move to other next option.
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Options
Description
Remarks
NO / 10 / 30 / 60
NO
No auto power-off.
10 (minutes)
Auto power-off in 10 minutes when no use.
30 (minutes)
Auto power-off in 30 minutes when no use.
60 (minutes)
Auto power-off in 60 minutes when no use.
Select a option you wish to have by using
“TARE” key. Ex) 30 (minuets)
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b. EL backlight ON/OFF function
(Only when backlight option selected in LCD version)
This section explains how to set backlight on & off function and automatic off
function.
Options
Description
Remarks
c. Selecting the printer
This section explains how to select the printer option when you'd like to use the
printer connected to ER series.
Options
Description
NON
No printer in use
OFF
Backlight OFF
TOP
Top printer interface
ON
Backlight ON
EPSON
Epson printer interface
3 (Seconds)
Automatic backlight-off when not in use for 3 seconds.
DEP-50
DEP-50 printer interface
5 (Seconds)
Automatic backlight-off when not in use for 5 seconds.
10 (Seconds)
Automatic backlight-off when not in use for 10 seconds.
Remarks
Select the printer you’re using with ER by
pressing °”TARE” key. EX) DEP-50
Press “ZERO” key to move next function
setting, EL Backlight ON/OFF.
Use “TARE” key to select one of backlight
auto power-off option or EL Backlight ON/OFF.
Ex) Select 5 seconds auto power-off option.
Press “ZERO” key to save current option and
move to next function setting.
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Chapter 4. Formatting printing receipt
This chapter explains how to set the receipt format in the following fields.
Options
Description
Options
HEADER
To input characters you wish to have
on the receipt header.
Maximum 1,2 line / 24 characters,
3 line / 16 characters for each line
UNIT
To input currency symbol or characters
you wish to have on the receipt.
Maximum 8 characters
DATE
To input date on the receipt.
HEADER
b. Receipt header setting
Description
To input characters you wish to have
Maximum 1,2 line / 24 characters,
on the receipt header.
3 line / 16 characters for each line
User may input the name of store, telephone number, or other expressions
he/she wishes to have on the receipt.
a. Setting the printer
Please connect your printer to RS 232 port, which is located at the gray part on
the picture, using RS 232 Cable.
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Pressing and holding “C” key, press
“ON/OFF” key under the scale power off.
“O1” on the “Unit Price” display represents
that you are ready to input the first character.
Input appropriate ASCII codes (page on 20)
you wish to have.
Ex) CAS.
To save it and go next header line press
“TARE” key.
Using ASCII code you can input appropriate
data on Header 2.
Ex) 820-1111, telephone #.
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To save it and go next header line press
“TARE” key.
Using ASCII code you can input appropriate
data on Header 2.
Ex) THANK YOU
Press “C” key to go to next “DAY” setting.
Just input appropriate month you wish to
have, not using ASCII code.
Ex) 12th day
Press “C” key to go to next “YEAR” setting.
ust input appropriate month you wish to have,
not using ASCII code.
Ex) Year 2004
c. Receipt currency (unit) setting
Initial CURRENCY (UNIT) display status.
Using ASCII code you can input appropriate
character or currency symbols on UNIT.
Ex) $
If you press “C” or “T(TARE)” key you can automatically go to normal
weighing mode.
d. Receipt DATE setting
To save it and go to “Initial DATE display”
status press “TARE” key.
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Just input appropriate month you wish to
have, not using ASCII code.
Ex) 12 (December)
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2. Sales Mode
Chapter 5. Basic Operation
Chapter 5. Basic Operation
a. Turning the scale on / off
b. Turning backlight on / off (LCD version only)
c. Zero function
d. Tare function
- One time tare
- Successive tare
- Preset tare
a. Turning the scale on / off
Press ON/OFF key to turn on.
Chapter 6. Sales Transaction
a. Sales with free price (hand pricing)
b. Sales using PLU
- direct PLU
- indirect PLU
c. Adding up several sales for weighed item
d. Adding up several sales for non-weighed item (Fixed Price Added)
e. Multiplying same item
f. Calling up or deleting total amount
g. Cancel
Chapter 7. Discount & Payment
a. Discount on subtotal
b. Payment
Press ON/OFF key to turn on.
b. Turning the backlight on / off (Backlight option in LCD version only)
Press ON/OFF key again for a few seconds
under the power on.
Press ON/OFF key again under the backlight
on.
c. Zero function
Chapter 8. Daily Total Sales
a. Calling up daily total sales data
b. Deleting daily total sales data
Press ZERO key to set zero point when the
weight is unstable.
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d. Tare function
Tare means the weight of container. You may use tare function when you weigh an
item with container and measure only the weight of item.
One time tare
Preset tare
Press appropriate numeric keys.
Ex) 10 g
Place a container on the platter.
Ex) 200 g of tare.
Press “TARE” key to set zero.
Press “TARE” key to set zero point
Ex) 200 g of tare.
Chapter 6. Sales Transaction
Successive tare
ER series may make sales transaction either with free price or with PLU.
a. Sales with free price (hand pricing)
This section explains how to make sales transaction with free price (hand pricing).
Place another container on the platter.
Ex) 100 g of tare
Press ‘TARE” key to set zero point
Place an item on the platter and press
appropriate numeric keys to input unit price.
Ex) 1.99 for unit price.
After weighing item remove all of the
container from the platter.
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Remove the item from the platter. It may
automatically print out the receipt if the
printer is set.
Press “TARE” key again to set zero.
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c. Adding up several sales transactions for weighed items
b. Sales using PLU (Price Look-Up)
Direct PLU
Call up a direct PLU.
Ex) “M1”
Use “+” key to makes the adding-up transactions.
You may either call up PLU or just input the unit price.
Place an item on the platter.
Call up a indirect PLU.
Ex) “PLU 6 for Kiwi”.
Place an item on the platter.
If you press “ ” key after 2nd step the scale is automatically going to
normal weighing mode and add this transaction to daily total amount and
number of sales data.
Remove the item from the platter. It will
automatically print out the receipt if the
printer is set as auto mode in user set mode.
Indirect PLU
Call up a indirect PLU.
Ex) “PLU 6 for Kiwi’.
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Press “+” key.
Remove the item from the platter.
Input a unit price
Ex) 2.99 for Honey melon.
Place an item on the platter.
Place an item on the platter.
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d. Adding up several sales transactions for non-weighed items
(Fixed price added)
Press “+” key. “Total Price” display says
total price added, and “Unit Price” display
says the number of sales transactions added.
Remove the item from the platter.
Input a unit price
Ex) 2.99 for “Strawberry Cream Cheese”.
Press ‘+’ key.
Press “+” key to go to normal “0” point
mode.
Call up another PLU.
Ex) PLU# 8 which unit price is 3.99 for “Garlic
bread”.
Press “+” key.
Press “+” key to go to normal “0” point
mode.
You may also place the item on the platter first and then input unit price in the
scale later.
You may add sales transactions up to 99 times and total amount of sales up to
999,999.
Please refer to “Chapter 7. Daily Total Sales Amount” for calling up or
deleting the daily total.
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e. Multiplying the same item sales
f. Calling up or deleting total amount
You may either call up PLU or input unit price into the scale.
When you just check total amount.
Input a unit price
Ex) 3.00 for “Canned Soup”.
Press “ ” key just to check total amount.
Ex) Total amount=115.00, Total number of
transaction= 5.
Press “X” key.
Press “+” key to go to normal “0” point
mode.
The scale beeps when there is no adding-up transaction.
When you delete total amount.
Press appropriate numeric key to input the
number of items.
Press “+” key.
You may cancel previous number of item input by pressing “C” key and retry
it.
You may go back to normal weighing mode by pressing “C” key when “Unit
Price” display shows “0”.
Press “ ” key just to check total amount.
Ex) Total amount=115.00, Total number of
transaction= 5.
Press “C” key to delete total amount.
However, this total amount is still saved on
daily total sales amount.
Press “+” key to go to normal “0” point
mode.
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g. Cancel
Chapter 7. Discount & Payment on total sales amount
When user makes more than two sales transactions he/she can cancel previous
mistake transaction(s) of them by doing “Cancel” function.
Press numeric keys to input a unit price.
Ex) Item’s unit price=2.00
Press “+” key and appropriate numeric keys
to make next another sales transaction.
Ex) unit price=1.99, 1 kg
Place item on the platter and do “ADD”
function. Ex) unit price=1.99, 1 kg
Remove it from the platter.
To cancel previous transaction input the same
unit price and place the same item on the
platter. Then, press “-” key.
Remove the item from the platter. For sure user may check total number of a
series of transactions after canceling previous one by pressing “ ” key to
call up “ttP(Total Price)”.
a. Discount on total sales amount
Press “ ” key just to check total amount.
Ex) Total amount=115.00, Total number of
transaction= 5.
Press “-” key.
Press appropriate numeric keys to input the
amount of discount.
Press “-” key.
Press “ ” key to finalize these transactions. “Payment” function will be
followed.
b. Payment function on total sales amount
Press “ ” key to call up total price.
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Press appropriate numeric keys to make
payment.
Ex) 120.00 payment
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In the case of no change needed then, just press “ ” key to finalize the sales
transactions. However, in the case of change needed please continue the
following steps.
Press “ ” key to call up the change amount.
Chapter 8. Daily Total Sales (option)
a. Calling up daily total sales data
Press “ ” key for 3 seconds until “dtP”
message shows up.
Press “ ” key again to call up daily total
sales.
Ex) daily total amount of sales=444.99,
If you look at the amount of individual PLU
sales call up appropriate PLU.
Ex) PLU#1(Banana: Direct PLU) & PLU # 14.
For PLU #14, press appropriate numeric keys
and “M ” to show daily total amount of
sales and the daily total number of sale
transactions.
After checking the change amount press
“ ” key to go back to normal weighing
mode.
To go back to “Daily total sales” mode simply press “ ” key. And then,
To go back to normal weighing mode. press “ ” key.
If you want to print out current status press “T” key. Then, it prints out current
daily total information.
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Table : ASCII Code
To go back to "Daily total sales" mode simply
press “ ” key.
b. Deleting daily total sales data
Press “ ” key for 3 seconds until “dtP”
message shows up.
Press “ ” key again to call up daily total
sales.
Ex) daily total amount of sales=444.99,
Picture1 : Alphabet location on the keybarod
Press “C” key to delete “daily total
sales”data. “Clear” message shows up
shortly, and then it goes to normal weighing
mode.
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Table : Error Message
Table : SPECIFICATION
Error Message
on Display
Description
"Err 1"
The "Err 1" occurs when a current zero point has
shifted from the last span calibration.
Please call your CAS dealer.
"Err 2"
The "Err 2" is not a real error. Only it prompts
return CAL switch to the normal position.
Please call your CAS dealer.
"Err 10"
The "Err 10" means a failure of the analog module.
Replace the analog module by a new one.
Please call your CAS dealer.
Please call your CAS dealer.
"Err 11"
The "Err 11" means a writing error of the internal
nonvolatile memory. To recognize this error, be
sure to check the voltage on the circuit and do
calibration procedures.
The "Err 12" warns that the scale has lost the
parameters for weighing regulations or has lost
the factors for a digital span calculation.
Please call your CAS dealer.
"Err 13"
The "Err 13" means the soft key code is broken.
Please call your CAS dealer.
"Help 1"
"Help 1" is marked in case of zero extent
exceeded.
Please remove the item
"Help 3"
"Help 3" is marked in case sale number of times
exceeds 99.
Spend again accumulated
TTP value after delete
Input again Euro factor
value.
"Help 4"
"Help 4" is marked in case Euro factor value is "0"
at Euro rate application.
"Help 4" is maked when input smaller Pay cost
than Total sale amount of money at Pay function
use.
"Help 5"
"Help 5" is marked when DTP number of times is
more than 50000 times.
Spend again accumulated
DTP value after delete
Solution
MODEL
ER Series
CAPACITY
(Single Range)
6 x 0.002 kg
15 x 0.005 kg
30 x 0.001 kg
DISPLAY
"Err 12"
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Weight
Unit Price
Total Price
SYMBOL ON DISPLAY
MAXIMUM TARE
OPERATING TEMPERATURE
POWER SOURCE
POWER CONSUMPTION
5 digits
6 digits
6 digits
Power, Zero, Tare, Low battery, Backlight (Option for LCD version)
6.000 kg
- 9.995 kg
-10
- 9.990 kg
~+40
110VAC, 120VAC, 220VAC, 240VAC / 50 Hz, 60Hz
Approximately 10W
PLATTER SIZE (mm)
304 (W) X 220 (D)
PRODUCT SIZE (mm)
360 (W) X 350 (D) X 106 (H)
Notice: specifications are subject to change for improvement without notice.
from the platter.
Pay value than Total sale
amount of money bigger
value or same value input
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