DP-3000 - Rice Lake Weighing Systems
DP-3000
Operating Manual
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Cautions for Use
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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.
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Cautions for Use
CAUTIONS FOR USE
s Always operate the scale on
a level surface.
s Do not disassemble the scale.
s Do not expose the scale to direct
sunlight for long periods.
s Do not allow any liquids to come
into contact with the scale or
terminal.
s Do not drop or apply a strong
shock to the scale.
s 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.
Always operate the scale with
the same rated AC power supply
shown on the specification plate.
Cautions for Use
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Contents
Chapter 1: Overview
1.1
Appearance ............................................................................................... 2
1.2
Display ....................................................................................................... 2
1.3
Operation Keys .......................................................................................... 3
1.4
Loading Label/Receipt Roll ....................................................................... 6
Chapter 2: Daily Operation
2.1
Pre-operation Inspection ........................................................................... 8
2.2
Power On .................................................................................................. 9
2.3
Prepack for Weighed Item ....................................................................... 10
2.4
Prepack for Fixed-price Item ................................................................... 11
2.5
Sales of Weighed Item ............................................................................ 12
2.6
Sales of Fixed-price Item ......................................................................... 13
2.7
Label Batch Print ..................................................................................... 14
2.8
Pack Count Subtotal ................................................................................ 15
2.9
Mark Down Functions .............................................................................. 16
2.10
Unit Price Override .................................................................................. 17
2.11
Voiding the Last Label ............................................................................. 17
2.12
Switching Sales Mode ............................................................................. 17
2.13
Pack Date Override ................................................................................. 17
2.14
Target Control .......................................................................................... 18
Chapter 3: Subtraction
3.1
Subtraction Mode .................................................................................... 20
Chapter 4: Troubleshooting
4.1
Error Messages ....................................................................................... 24
4.2
How to Replace Fuse .............................................................................. 25
4.3
How to Release Error Conditions ............................................................ 25
4.4
Other Problems ....................................................................................... 25
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Cautions for Use
Overview
Chapter
1
OVERVIEW
Contents
1.1
Appearance .............................. 2
1.2
Display ...................................... 2
1.3
Operation Keys ........................ 3
1.3.1 Operation Key Sheet ............... 3
1.3.2 Basic Function Keys ............... 4
1.33 Additional function Keys ........ 5
1.4
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Loading Lable/Receipt Roll .... 6
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Overview
1.1 Appearance
Console unit
Printer unit
Stand
Scale unit
Note: The stand is optional.
1.2 Display
WEIGHT
lb.
ZERO
NET
UNIT PRICE
SAVE
$/lb.
TOTAL PRICE
$
AUTO
PLU
DP
Capacity
30 × .01 lb.
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 (prepack) mode is used.
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1.3 Operation Keys
1.3.1 Operation Key Sheet
Preset Keys
Additional Function Keys
Four of the following options can
be preset by the dealer in
accordance with the customer‘s
request.
Program Key Sheet
Operation
Key Sheet
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
DATE/TIME display
STORE NAME number
LOGO number
EXTRA TEXT number
POP TEXT number
COUPON TEXT number
FIXED PRICE
FIXED WEIGHT
DISCOUNT
AMOUNT DISCOUNT
PERCENTAGE DISCOUNT
LABEL SWITCH
TARGET QUANTITY
TARGET PRICE
TARGET WEIGHT
Insert the Operation Key Sheet
over the Program Key Sheet.
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Overview
1.3.2 Basic Function Keys
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NUMERIC ENTRY
Keys 0 through 9 are used to enter
numeric data.
PGM
MODE
PREPACK
Used to switch between auto printing
mode and the manual printing mode.
PRINT
PRINT
Used to print labels/receipts.
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
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
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
PAPER FEED
Used to advance labels/receipts to the
correct printing position.
PLU
PLU SELECT
Used to access PLU data.
Also used to display the tare weight.
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PGM
MODE
TARE
DATE
VOID
ZERO
PROGRAM MODE
Used to access the program subtraction,
and total modes after a 4-digit password
has been entered. Also used to exit the
entered mode.
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. This change is effective
until the next PLU is accessed.
HELP
HELP
Used to display an explanation (up to 32
letters) of each function key.
RESET
RESET
Used to forcibly exit a particular mode and
return to the initial status of the normal
mode.
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1.3.3 Additional Function Keys
DATE
TIME
STORE
NAME
DATE/TIME
Used to display the current date and time
for a few seconds.
STORE NAME
Used to access the store name corresponding to the entered number after the
PLU has been accessed.
LOGO
LOGO
Used to access a logo message corresponding to the entered number after the
PLU has been accessed.
EXTRA
TEXT
EXTRA TEXT
Used to access an extra message corresponding to the entered number after the
PLU has been accessed.
POP
TEXT
POP TEXT
Used to access the POP text corresponding to the entered number after the
PLU has been accessed.
COUPON
TEXT
COUPON TEXT
Used to access a coupon message
corresponding to the entered number
after the PLU has been accessed.
FIXED
PRICE
FIXED PRICE
Used to temporarily change from weight
item sales to fixed-price item sales.
Also used to enter a new fixed price.
FIXED
WEIGHT
FIXED WEIGHT
Used to temporarily change the fixed
weight. Also used to enter the fixed
weight.
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DISCOUNT
DISCOUNT
Used to enter a special selling price.
–$
AMOUNT DISCOUNT
Used to subtract the entered amount from
the selling price.
–%
PERCENTAGE DISCOUNT
Used to subtract the entered percentage
from the selling price.
LABEL
SWITCH
LABEL SWITCH
Used to change the label format.
TARGET
Q'TY
TARGET QUANTITY
Used to preset a target quantity.
After reaching the target quantity, a
message informing that the target has
been reached will be displayed.
TARGET
PRICE
TARGET
WEIGHT
TARGET PRICE
Used to preset a target price.
After reaching the target price, a message
informing that the target has been
reached will be displayed.
TARGET WEIGHT
Used to preset a target weight.
After reaching the target weight, a
message informing that the target has
been reached will be displayed.
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Overview
1.4 Loading Label/Receipt Roll
1.
Make sure that the power is off.
2.
Open the side cover of the printer unit.
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.
I
0
OFF
LABEL HOLDING SHAFT
PRINT HEAD
RELEASE LEVER
U-PIN
LABEL GUIDE
PRINTER
UNIT
6.
WINDING SLEEVE
Thread the label paper as shown below.
PEELING BAR LABEL SENSOR
LABEL HOLDING SHAFT
PRINT HEAD
RELEASE LEVER
U-PIN
LABEL GUIDE
PRINTER
UNIT
WINDING SLEEVE
PEELING BAR LABEL SENSOR
Check that the backing paper is:
• threaded properly under the label guide.
• threaded properly through the label sensor.
• threaded properly over the peeling bar,
making sure it passes through the groove.
7.
When the label/receipt needs to be wound up,
wind the tip of the paper around the winding
sleeve and fasten it with the U-pin.
LABEL HOLDING SHAFT
PRINT HEAD
RELEASE LEVER
U-PIN
LABEL GUIDE
PRINTER
UNIT
WINDING SLEEVE
PEELING BAR LABEL SENSOR
8.
9.
10.
11.
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Move the ring to adjust the guide shaft
to the width of the label/receipt.
Push the printer head down until it locks securely.
Close the side cover of the printer unit.
Turn on the power and press the PAPER FEED key
to advance the label/receipt to the correct printing
position.
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➤
PAPER
FEED
OFF
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Chapter
2
DAILY OPERATION
Contents
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2.1
Pre-operation Inspection .......... 8
2.2
Power On .................................... 9
2.3
Prepack for Weighed Item ....... 10
2.4
Prepack for Fixed-price Item ...11
2.5
Sales of Weighed Item ............. 12
2.6
Sales of Fixed-price Item ........ 13
2.7
label Batch Print ...................... 14
2.8
Pack Count Sub-total .............. 15
2.9
Mark Down Functions ............. 16
2.10
Unit Price Override .................. 17
2.11
Voiding the Last Label ............. 17
2.12
Switching Sales Mode ............. 17
2.13
Pack Date Override .................. 17
2.14
Target Control .......................... 18
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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.
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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.
In order to maintain print quality, clean the thermal head at least once a week with a cotton swab
dipped in cleaning fluid.
Thermal Head
Do not use metal tools to clean the thermal head as they may
damage the head surface.
CAUTION
4.
Adjust the scale to level by using the height adjustment feet.
Level Indicator
Correct
Incorrect
Height Adjustment
5.
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Make sure the label/receipt amount is sufficient.
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2.2 Power On
1 Turn on the power.
2 Make sure that nothing is on the
weigh platter.
3 Check that the ZERO and AUTO
indicators are lit.
✱TOTAL
MODE
KEY IN ITEM
No.
ZERO
4 If the AUTO indicator is not lit,
press the PREPACK key.
5 If the ZERO indicator is not lit,
press the ZERO key.
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PRESS [ ] KEY
AUTO
PRE
PACK
ZERO
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2.3 Prepack for Weighed Item
1 Check that nothing is on the weigh
platter.
• Check that the ZERO and AUTO indicators are
lit.
• If the AUTO indicator is not lit, press the
PREPACK key.
• If the ZERO indicator is not lit, press the ZERO
key.
✱TOTAL
MODE
KEY IN ITEM
No.
PRESS [ ] KEY
AUTO
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.
TARE
NET
➤ Fixed tare weight
• Enter the tare weight and press the TARE
key.
Example: Tare Weight = 0.08 lb.
AUTO
---------------------------------------------------------8
➔
TARE
ZERO
----------------------------------------------------------
➤ Tare look-up key
• Press the Tare Look-Up (preset) key.
TARE
#1
Example: Tare Look Up #1 (0.12 lb.)
ZERO
3 Enter the PLU.
➤ PLU number entry
• Enter the PLU number and press the PLU key.
Example: PLU no. = 350
3
5
0
➔
PLU
FILET MIGNON
NET
AUTO
--------------------------------------------------------➤ PLU (preset) key
Example: When accessing PLU10
• Press the preset key in which the PLU item
PLU10
data is set.
PLU90
---------------------------------------------------------Example: When accessing PLU90
LOWER
PRESET
➔
PLU10
PLU90
4 Weigh the item.
• Place the item on the weigh platter.
Example: Net weight = 8.60 lb.
Unit price = $2.20/lb.
• The label is automatically printed.
• Repeat this step until all the items are weighed.
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✱TOTAL
MODE
FILET MIGNON
NET
PRESS [ ] KEY
AUTO
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2.4
Prepack for Fixed-price Item
1 Check that nothing is on the weigh
platter.
• Check that the ZERO and AUTO indicators are
lit.
• If the AUTO indicator is not lit, press the
PREPACK key.
• If the ZERO indicator is not lit, press the ZERO
key.
✱TOTAL
MODE
KEY IN ITEM
No.
PRESS [ ] KEY
AUTO
ZERO
2 Enter the PLU.
➤ PLU number entry
• Enter the PLU number and press the PLU key.
5
4
➔
0
✱TOTAL
SAUSAGEMODE
PLU
PRESS [ ] KEY
Example: PLU No. = 450
➤ PLU (preset) key
--------------------------------------------------------• Press the preset key in which the PLU item
Example: When accessing PLU15
data is set.
PLU15
PLU95
---------------------------------------------------------Example: When accessing PLU95
➔
LOWER
PRESET
PLU15
PLU95
3 Print labels.
• Press the PRINT key to continuously issue
labels.
Example: Continuous issue
PRINT
• Press the CLEAR key to stop printing.
•••••
OR
CLR
--------------------------------------------------------• 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
again.
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Example: Ten labels
1
0
➔
PRINT
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2.5 Sales of Weighed Item
1 Press the PREPACK key.
• Check that nothing is on the weigh platter.
• Check that the ZERO indicator is lit.
Note: If the ZERO indicator is not lit, press the
ZERO key.
• Check that the AUTO indicator is not lit.
Note: If the AUTO indicator is lit, press the
PREPACK key again to turn off the
indicator.
PRE
PACK
✱TOTAL
MODE
KEY IN ITEM
No.
PRESS [ ] KEY
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.
TARE
NET
--------------------------------------------------------➤ Fixed tare weight
• Enter the tare weight and press the TARE
key.
Example: Tare Weight = 0.08 lb.
8
➔
TARE
ZERO
---------------------------------------------------------➤ Tare look-up key
• Press the Tare Look-Up (preset) key.
TARE
#1
Example: Tare Look Up #1 (0.12 lb.)
ZERO
3 Enter the PLU.
➤ PLU number entry
• Enter the PLU number and press the PLU key.
3
5
➔
0
✱TOTAL
MODE
FILET MIGNON
PLU
PRESS [ ] KEY
Example: PLU no. = 350
➤ PLU (preset) key
• Press the preset key in which the PLU item
data is set.
---------------------------------------------------------Example: When accessing PLU10
PLU10
PLU90
---------------------------------------------------------Example: When accessing PLU90
LOWER
PRESET
PLU10
PLU90
➔
4 Weigh the item.
• Place the item on the weigh platter.
Example: Net weight = 8.60 lb.
Unit price = $2.20/lb.
• The label is automatically printed.
• Repeat this step until all the items are weighed.
Note: When the scale is in the manual print
mode by pressing the PREPACK key,
labels will only be issued when the
PRINT or OPERATOR key is pressed.
5 Issue labels.
➤ Press the PRINT key.
➤ Press the OPERATOR key when the operator
system is used.
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✱TOTAL
MODE
FILET MIGNON
PRESS [ ] KEY
PRINT
--------------------------------------------------------Susan
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2.6 Sales of Fixed-price Item
1 Press the PREPACK key.
• Check that nothing is on the weigh platter.
• Check that the ZERO indicator is lit.
Note: If the ZERO indicator is not lit, press the
ZERO key.
• Check that the AUTO indicator is not lit.
Note: If the AUTO indicator is lit, press the
PREPACK key again to turn off the
indicator.
2 Enter the PLU.
✱TOTAL
MODE
KEY IN ITEM
No.
PRESS [ ] KEY
ZERO
5
4
➤ PLU number entry
• Enter the PLU number and press the PLU key.
Example:
PRE
PACK
➔
0
✱TOTAL
SAUSAGEMODE
PLU
PRESS [ ] KEY
PLU no. = 450
Fixed price = $0.98
➤ PLU (preset) key
• Press the preset key in which the PLU item
data is set.
---------------------------------------------------------Example: When accessing PLU15
PLU15
PLU95
---------------------------------------------------------Example: When accessing PLU95
➔
LOWER
PRESET
3 Print the labels.
➤ Enter the number of labels, and press the
PRINT key.
➤ Press the PRINT key or the OPERATOR key
for one label to be issued.
PLU15
PLU95
Example: Ten labels
1
0
➔
PRINT
---------------------------------------------------------Example: One label
PRINT
OR
Susan
Note: Press the CLEAR key once to temporarily stop
printing. To continue printing, press the PRINT
key again.
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Daily Operation
2.7 Label Batch Print
This function presets the number of fixed-price labels (for up to 20 items) to be printed. This function is only
available for fixed-price items when in the AUTO mode.
1 Enter the label batch print mode.
• Press the LABEL BATCH key to enter the
label batch print mode.
LABEL
BATCH
✱TOTAL
✱BATCH MODE
MODE
PRESS [ ] KEY
AUTO
2 Enter the PLU.
4
➤ PLU number entry
• Enter the PLU number and press the PLU key.
Example:
5
➔
0
PLU
✱TOTAL
PRESS [ ] KEY
✱BATCH MODE
MODE SAUSAGE
PLU no. = 450
Fixed price = $0.98
----------------------------------------------------------
➤ PLU (preset) key
• Press the preset key in which the PLU item
data is set.
Note:
If the weighed item is entered, the beep will
sound.
Example: When accessing PLU15
PLU15
PLU95
---------------------------------------------------------Example: When accessing PLU95
➔
LOWER
PRESET
3 Enter the desired number of labels.
• Enter the number of labels to be issued.
(Max. 999)
• Press the LABEL BATCH key.
PLU15
PLU95
Example: Twenty labels
2
0
➔
LABEL
BATCH
✱TOTAL
PRESS [ ] KEY
✱BATCH MODE
MODE SAUSAGE
4 Enter any other PLUs, if necessary.
• Repeat steps 2 and 3 when labels for any
other PLUs are needed. A maximum of 20
PLUs can be entered.
5 Print labels.
PRINT
• Press the PRINT key.
Note: Press the CLEAR key once to
temporarily stop printing. To continue
printing, press the PRINT key again.
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2.8 Pack Count Sub-total
This function is used to print labels for packing, including the total quantity, total weight and total sales amount
which have been issued since the last time the PACK COUNT key was pressed.
1 Enter the pack count sub-total mode.
PACK
COUNT
• Press the PACK COUNT key.
Note: Press the CLEAR key to exit the pack
count subtotal mode.
✱TOTAL
MODE
PRESS
[ ] KEY
[PRINT] TO
PRODUCE
SUBTOTAL
2 Print the pack count sub-total.
PRINT
• Press the PRINT key.
3 Return to the normal mode.
• Press the CLEAR key to return to the normal
mode.
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2.9 Mark Down Functions
The following mark down options are available. Only one of these three options can be programmed for use.
(1) Amount discount
(2) Percentage discount
(3) Special price
2.9.1 Amount Discount
1 Enter the discount amount.
Note:
Example: Discount Amount = $0.50
Discount amount must be less than displayed
total price.
5
0
➔
–$
➤ Discount amount entry
• Enter the amount to be discounted and press
the AMOUNT DISCOUNT key.
---------------------------------------------------------➤ AMOUNT DISCOUNT (preset) key
• Press the PRESET key in which the amount
discount data is set.
$
–0.50
2.9.2 Percentage Discount
1 Enter the discount percentage.
Note:
1 to 99 percentage discount available.
Example: Discount Percentage = 10%
➤ Discount percentage entry
• Enter the percentage to be discounted and
press the PERCENTAGE DISCOUNT key.
➔
0
1
–%
---------------------------------------------------------➤ PERCENTAGE DISCOUNT (preset) key
• Press the PRESET key in which the
percentage discount data is set.
–10%
2.9.3 Special Price
1 Enter the special price.
• Enter the special price and press the DISCOUNT
key.
Example: Special Price = $4.50
4
Note:
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5
0
➔
DIS
COUNT
Special price must be less than displayed total
price.
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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.
1 Enter the desired unit price.
Example: $3.50
Note 1: If the entered unit price is not accepted at
this point, possibly the PLU has not been
programmed to allow price override.
2: A warning beep will sound when trying to
override a unit price while an item is on the
scale.
3
5
0
2 Place the item on the scale.
2.11 Voiding the Last Label
This function cancels the transaction of the previously printed label.
1 Press the VOID key immediately
after the label is issued.
VOID
The following is displayed for a few
seconds when Void is completed.
FILET MIGNON
2.12 Switching Sales Mode
This function is used to switch the mode from the weighed item sales to the fixed-price item sales.
1 Enter the fixed price.
Example: Fixed Price = $8.00
Note: Skip this step if the fixed price is the same
as the preset unit price.
8
2 Press the FIXED PRICE key.
0
0
FIXED
PRICE
2.13 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)
and press the DATE key.
Note:
The scale may be configured at installation to
override the expire date instead of the current
date.
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Example: November 20, 1999
1
1
2
0
0
9
0 ➔ DATE
9
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2.14 Target Control
A target quantity, sales amount, or weight can be preset by using the TARGET QUANTITY, TARGET PRICE, or
TARGET WEIGHT key. When the target is reached or exceeded, the scale will inform the operator that the
target has been reached and operations will be suspended until a new target is set.
If more than one target is set, the first target to be reached will have priority over the other targets.
1 Enter the target.
➤ Enter the target quantity followed by the
TARGET QUANTITY key.
Example: Target quantity = 60 pcs.
0
1
➔
TARGET
Q’TY
---------------------------------------------------------➤ Enter the target price followed by the
TARGET PRICE key.
Example: Target price = $150.00
1
5
0
0
0
➔
TARGET
PRICE
---------------------------------------------------------➤ Enter the target weight followed by the
TARGET WEIGHT key.
Example: Target weight = 20 lb.
0
2
➔
TARGET
WEIGHT
2 When the target is reached.
➤ As soon as the target is reached, the scale
informs the operator the target has been
reached.
✱TOTAL
PRESS [ PRESS
] KEY
TARGET MODE
VALUE REACHED
[CL]
3 Press the CLEAR key to release the
error condition.
CLR
Note:
At this point, set targets remain unchanged.
4
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Chapter
3
SUBTRACTION
Contents
3.1
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Subtraction
Daily Operation
3.1 Subtraction Mode
The subtraction mode is used to correct the running totals. The total s require correction if accurate reports are
to be generated. Some examples of when correction 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 operators has to enter the product
number, quantity, weight, and 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, not the Program Key Sheet is being used for this operation.
1 Subtraction Mode
• Enter the password followed by the PROGRAM
MODE key to access the subtraction mode.
Example: Password = 7000
Note: To exit the subtraction mode, press the
PROGRAM MODE key again.
• Press the ENTER key.
7
0
0
➔
0
PGM
MODE
*SUBTRACTION MODE PRESS ANY
KEY
✱TOTAL
MODE
PRESS [ ] KEY
ENTER
2 PLU Number
• Enter the PLU number followed by the PLU key.
ENTER PLU NUMBER
✱TOTAL MODE
PRESS [ ] KEY
Example: PLU no. 2
2
➔
PLU
3 Quantity of Item
• Enter the quantity of the item (label) to be
subtracted, followed by the VOID key.
000002*ENTER QUANTITY PRESS [ ] KEY
✱TOTAL MODE
PRESS [ ] KEY
Example: Three (3) pcs.
3
➔
VOID
4 Weigh of Item
• Enter the weight of the item (label) to be
returned, followed by the VOID key.
000002*ENTER WEIGHT
( 0.00)
✱TOTAL MODE
PRESS [ ] KEY
Example: Five (5) pounds
5
Note: If a mistake is made during entry, press the
VOID key to display the previous screen with the
mistake. The re-enter the correct data.
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0
0
➔
VOID
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5 Amount of Item
• Enter the amount of the item (label) to be
returned, followed by the VOID key.
Example: $3.75
000002*ENTER PRICE
( 0.00)
✱TOTAL MODE
PRESS [ ] KEY
3
5
7
➔
VOID
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.
6 Print
• Press the PRINT key when not using the
operator system
000002*PRESS [PRINT]
( 0.00)
✱TOTAL MODE
PRESS [ ] KEY
PRINT
OR
---------------------------------------------------------• Press the OPERATOR key when using the
operator system.
000002*ENTER [OPE] KEY
( 0.00)
✱TOTAL MODE
PRESS [ ] KEY
Susan
PRINT
7 Repeat
• Repeat steps 3 through 6 for any other items
(labels) to be voided.
8 Return to Operation Mode
• Press the PROGRAM MODE key to return to
the normal operation.
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MODE
KEY IN ITEM NO.
✱TOTAL MODE
PRESS [ ] KEY
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Chapter
4
TROUBLESHOOTING
Contents
page 22
4.1
Error Messages ......................... 24
4.2
How to Replace Fuse ................ 25
4.3
How to Release Error Conditions .. 25
4.4
Other Problems ......................... 25
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Troubleshooting
4.1 Error Messages
When errors occur, use the error table below to ascertain the cause of the error and to recover normal operations.
CHARACTER OVER
WEIGHT
lb.
ZERO
NET
UNIT PRICE
SAVE
$/lb.
$
TOTAL PRICE
AUTO
PLU
Capacity
DP
30 × .01 lb.
Error Message
Error Contents
CHARACTER OVER
Too many characters have been entered.
POP MESSAGE: OVER CHARACTER
POP messages has too many characters.
AD MESSAGE: OVER CHARACTER
Advertisement message has too many characters.
REG. CODE: OVER CHARACTER
Registered code has too many characters.
STORE NAME/ADDR.: OVER CHARACTER
Store name and address has too many characters.
LABEL END
All lables have been used.
LABEL SIZE ERROR
Improper lable size is used.
EXCESS $ ON SCALE ITEM
The special price has been entered higher than the preset price.
ETABLE STRUCTURE CORRUPTION
Table structure has become corrupted.
COUPON MESSAGE: OVER CHARACTER
Coupon message has too many characters.
SET THE TARGET PRESS [CL] KEY
Previous target has been reached.
MAX ITEM NUMBER OVERFLOW
The maximum number of items has been exceeded.
SAME OPR. TOTALING ON MAC.
An operator performed sub-total operation on a different terminal.
SAME OPR. PROCESSING ON OTHER
An operator performed used a different terminal.
MEMORY NOT INITIAL SET
Memory has not been initialized.
SYSTEM ERROR
A system error has occurred.
E2ROM NOT INITIAL SET
E2 ROM has not been initialized.
NO POWER SCALE
The scale is not properly connected.
REMOVE THE ITEM ON THE PLATTER
An item is still on the platter.
COMM. ERROR ON RESULT TRANSFER
Communication error occurred when transferring result data.
MASTER CONNECTION ERROR
The master terminal is not properly connected.
SYSTEM ERROR (CHECK CABLE)
System error involving the cable has occurred.
SYSTEM ERROR (CHECK MASTER SCALE)
System error involving the master terminal has occurred.
MASTER IS OFF-LINE
The master terminal is not on-line.
MEMORY AREA OVERFLOWED
Too much data is in the memory area.
ERROR ON COMM. CROSSOVER
A communication crossover error occurred.
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Daily Operation
4.2 How to Replace Fuse
If the display does not light when the power is on, this may indicate a problem with the fuse. Use the procedure
below to check and replace the fuse.
(1) Turn off the power.
(2) Use a Phillips head screw driver to remove the fuse holder at the rear panel of the printer unit.
(3) Check whether or not the fuse has blown.
(4) If the fuse has blown, replace with the same type of fuse.
Good
Blown
(5) After replacing the fuse, return the fuse holder to the rear panel of the printer unit and secure.
4.3 How to Release Error Conditions
•
If an error occurs for any reason, use the CLEAR key to release the error condition.
•
If the scale should lock for any reason, use the RESET key to re-initialize the scale. (This operation
produces the same effect as turning the power off and then restarting.)
4.4 Other Problems
•
Printing is too light. The thermal head has become soiled. Use the attached cleaner to clean the
printer head.
•
Labels are not printed as soon as an item is placed on the weigh platter. The scale is set
in the MANUAL mode. (AUTO indicator is not lit.)
•
Lables 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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