user`s manual
USER´S MANUAL
LP-3000 SERIES
REF: 49-MLP30EN02-102
Rev.:02
Serie LP-3000
CONTENTS
1.
INTRODUCTION.....................................................................................................................................................1
1.1.
M AIN CHARACTERISTICS....................................................................................................................................1
1.2.
FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS.......................................................................................................................2
1.2.1.
Description..................................................................................................................................................3
2.
INSTALLATION.......................................................................................................................................................4
3.
PROGRAMMING MENU. .....................................................................................................................................4
4.
OPERATIVE...............................................................................................................................................................6
4.1.
PRINT A RTICLE(1)................................................................................................................................................6
4.1.1.
Temporary change of data.......................................................................................................................7
4.1.2.
Preselection................................................................................................................................................7
4.1.3.
Repeat last label.........................................................................................................................................7
4.1.4.
Cancel labels. .............................................................................................................................................7
4.1.5.
Mode Discount ...........................................................................................................................................8
4.1.6.
Mode Not Accumulate...............................................................................................................................8
4.1.7.
Tare...............................................................................................................................................................8
4.2.
PRINT ORDER(2)...................................................................................................................................................8
4.2.1.
Repeat last label.........................................................................................................................................9
4.2.2.
Cancel labels. .............................................................................................................................................9
4.2.3.
Mode Discount ...........................................................................................................................................9
4.2.4.
Mode Not Accumulate...............................................................................................................................9
4.2.5.
Label next line ............................................................................................................................................9
4.2.6.
Label the same article in another order.................................................................................................9
4.3.
A RTICLE TOTALS (3)..........................................................................................................................................10
4.3.1.
Totals labels............................................................................................................................................. 10
4.3.2.
Set to zero................................................................................................................................................. 10
5.
PROGRAMMING (4)............................................................................................................................................ 11
5.1.
A RTÍCLES (41)....................................................................................................................................................11
5.1.1.
Format....................................................................................................................................................... 12
5.1.2.
Type ........................................................................................................................................................... 12
5.1.3.
Direct key ................................................................................................................................................. 12
5.1.4.
Department............................................................................................................................................... 13
5.1.5.
Price .......................................................................................................................................................... 13
5.1.6.
Tare............................................................................................................................................................ 13
5.1.7.
Best before................................................................................................................................................ 13
5.1.8.
Name.......................................................................................................................................................... 13
5.1.9.
Name 2 ...................................................................................................................................................... 14
5.1.10. EAN Format ............................................................................................................................................. 14
5.1.11. EAN Code................................................................................................................................................. 15
5.1.12. Text Lines ( 1-10).................................................................................................................................... 18
5.1.13. Text 11....................................................................................................................................................... 18
5.1.14. Traceability.............................................................................................................................................. 19
5.1.15. Type of Traceability................................................................................................................................ 19
5.1.16. Number of Product with Traceability.................................................................................................. 19
5.1.17. Best before date....................................................................................................................................... 19
5.1.18. Copy Article............................................................................................................................................. 19
5.1.19. Delete Article........................................................................................................................................... 20
5.1.20. List of Articles.......................................................................................................................................... 20
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5.2.
ORDERS (42) .......................................................................................................................................................21
5.2.1.
Identification............................................................................................................................................ 21
5.2.2.
Date ........................................................................................................................................................... 21
5.2.3.
Client Code .............................................................................................................................................. 21
5.2.4.
Order Línes............................................................................................................................................... 22
5.2.5.
Copy Orders............................................................................................................................................. 22
5.2.6.
Delete Orders........................................................................................................................................... 23
5.2.7.
Update order............................................................................................................................................ 23
5.2.8.
Update all orders .................................................................................................................................... 23
5.3.
LABEL FORMATS................................................................................................................................................24
5.3.1.
Copy Format............................................................................................................................................ 28
5.3.2.
Delete Format.......................................................................................................................................... 28
5.3.3.
Print Format ............................................................................................................................................ 28
5.4.
HEADING LINES..................................................................................................................................................29
5.5.
TRACEABILITY ...................................................................................................................................................29
5.5.1.
Products.................................................................................................................................................... 30
5.5.2.
Text table .................................................................................................................................................. 31
5.5.3.
Control of Traceability Type................................................................................................................. 31
5.6.
M ACROS PROGRAMMING (46)..........................................................................................................................32
5.6.1.
Description............................................................................................................................................... 32
5.6.2.
Edition of Macro ..................................................................................................................................... 32
5.6.3.
Copy Macro ............................................................................................................................................. 33
5.6.4.
Delete Macro ........................................................................................................................................... 33
5.7.
CLIENTS PROGRAMMING. .................................................................................................................................34
5.7.1.
Client name .............................................................................................................................................. 34
5.7.2.
Address...................................................................................................................................................... 34
5.7.3.
City ............................................................................................................................................................ 34
5.7.4.
Province.................................................................................................................................................... 34
5.7.5.
Country ..................................................................................................................................................... 35
5.7.6.
Telephone ................................................................................................................................................. 35
5.7.7.
Fax............................................................................................................................................................. 35
5.7.8.
ZIP Code................................................................................................................................................... 35
5.7.9.
Person in charge..................................................................................................................................... 35
5.7.10. Route ......................................................................................................................................................... 35
5.7.11. Text ............................................................................................................................................................ 35
5.7.12. Client´s label format............................................................................................................................... 35
5.7.13. Client´s EAN Code.................................................................................................................................. 35
5.7.14. Copy Client .............................................................................................................................................. 36
5.7.15. Delete Client............................................................................................................................................ 36
5.7.16. Clients List ............................................................................................................................................... 36
6.
CONFIGURATION (5)......................................................................................................................................... 37
6.1.
DATE AND TIME.................................................................................................................................................37
6.1.1.
Date ........................................................................................................................................................... 37
6.1.2.
Time ........................................................................................................................................................... 37
6.2.
GLOBAL FORMATS.............................................................................................................................................38
6.2.1.
Label format............................................................................................................................................. 38
6.2.2.
Totals labels format ................................................................................................................................ 38
6.2.3.
Format level 1.......................................................................................................................................... 38
6.2.4.
Format level 2.......................................................................................................................................... 39
6.2.5.
Format level 3.......................................................................................................................................... 39
6.3.
DATE FORMATS..................................................................................................................................................39
6.3.1.
Format Packing date.............................................................................................................................. 40
6.3.2.
Format Best Before ................................................................................................................................. 40
6.3.3.
Format Extra Date.................................................................................................................................. 40
6.3.4.
Extra Date ................................................................................................................................................ 40
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6.4.
PRINTER ..............................................................................................................................................................40
6.4.1.
Center texts .............................................................................................................................................. 40
6.4.2.
Label Mode .............................................................................................................................................. 41
6.4.3.
Delay ......................................................................................................................................................... 41
6.4.4.
Contrast .................................................................................................................................................... 41
6.4.5.
Paper Opto Detector.............................................................................................................................. 42
6.4.6.
Exit Distance............................................................................................................................................ 42
6.4.7.
Heading .................................................................................................................................................... 42
6.4.8.
Type of paper ........................................................................................................................................... 42
6.4.9.
Label centering........................................................................................................................................ 43
6.4.10. Distance Opto-Thermal head................................................................................................................ 43
6.4.11. Paper Roller............................................................................................................................................. 43
6.4.12. Ribbon Roller........................................................................................................................................... 43
6.4.13. Type of thermal head.............................................................................................................................. 43
6.4.14. Exit Control.............................................................................................................................................. 44
6.4.15. Clients Mode............................................................................................................................................ 44
6.4.16. Control of labels...................................................................................................................................... 44
6.5.
COUNTER ............................................................................................................................................................45
6.5.1.
Initial value.............................................................................................................................................. 45
6.5.2.
Increasing................................................................................................................................................. 45
6.5.3.
Decreasing ............................................................................................................................................... 45
6.5.4.
Increase with totals................................................................................................................................. 45
6.6.
EURO ....................................................................................................................................................................46
6.6.1.
Phase......................................................................................................................................................... 46
6.6.2.
Change ...................................................................................................................................................... 47
6.7.
CODES..................................................................................................................................................................47
6.7.1.
Worker....................................................................................................................................................... 47
6.7.2.
Manufacturer........................................................................................................................................... 47
6.7.3.
Batch Number.......................................................................................................................................... 47
6.8.
EAN CODE .........................................................................................................................................................47
6.8.1.
EAN format for label .............................................................................................................................. 48
6.8.2.
EAN format for total labels ................................................................................................................... 48
6.8.3.
Format EAN level 1 ................................................................................................................................ 49
6.8.4.
Format EAN level 2 ................................................................................................................................ 49
6.8.5.
Format EAN level 3 ................................................................................................................................ 49
6.8.6.
EAN Header ............................................................................................................................................. 49
6.8.7.
EAN-13 A.................................................................................................................................................. 49
6.8.8.
EAN 13 B ................................................................................................................................................. 49
6.8.9.
EAN-13 C.................................................................................................................................................. 49
6.8.10. EAN-128 Global A.................................................................................................................................. 50
6.8.11. EAN-128 Global B.................................................................................................................................. 50
6.8.12. EAN-128 Global C.................................................................................................................................. 50
6.8.13. ITF-14 A.................................................................................................................................................... 51
6.8.14. ITF-14 B.................................................................................................................................................... 51
6.8.15. ITF-14 C.................................................................................................................................................... 51
6.9.
A UTOMATIC TOTALS.........................................................................................................................................52
6.9.1.
Mode.......................................................................................................................................................... 52
6.9.2.
Level 1 ....................................................................................................................................................... 52
6.9.3.
Level 2 ....................................................................................................................................................... 52
6.9.4.
Level 3 ....................................................................................................................................................... 52
6.10.
W EIGHT DISCRIMINATOR ............................................................................................................................53
6.10.1. Mode.......................................................................................................................................................... 53
6.10.2. Minimum Weight..................................................................................................................................... 53
6.10.3. Maximum Weight .................................................................................................................................... 53
6.11.
SYMBOLS........................................................................................................................................................54
6.11.1. Weight ....................................................................................................................................................... 54
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6.11.2. Price .......................................................................................................................................................... 54
6.11.3. Amount...................................................................................................................................................... 54
6.12.
ORDERS M ODE ..............................................................................................................................................55
6.12.1. Next order................................................................................................................................................. 55
6.12.2. Next line.................................................................................................................................................... 55
6.13.
PC COMMUNICATIONS (513).......................................................................................................................56
6.13.1. Type of Communication ......................................................................................................................... 56
6.13.2. RMS Address............................................................................................................................................ 56
6.13.3. Baud Rate ................................................................................................................................................. 56
6.13.4. Data Bits................................................................................................................................................... 56
6.13.5. Labeller IP Address ................................................................................................................................ 57
6.13.6. PC IP Address.......................................................................................................................................... 57
6.13.7. Ethernet Address..................................................................................................................................... 57
6.13.8. Port TX TCP............................................................................................................................................. 58
6.13.9. Port RX TCP............................................................................................................................................. 58
6.14.
PERIPHERALS COMMUNICATION(514)........................................................................................................58
6.14.1. Any............................................................................................................................................................. 58
6.14.2. Scanner ..................................................................................................................................................... 58
6.14.3. Indicator................................................................................................................................................... 59
6.14.4. Indicator + Internal Weighing ............................................................................................................. 59
6.14.5. Beef Traceability Scanner ..................................................................................................................... 60
6.14.6. Master ....................................................................................................................................................... 60
6.14.7. Axiohm 630 Series Printer .................................................................................................................... 60
6.15.
LABELS REPETITION.....................................................................................................................................61
7.
PC DATA (6)............................................................................................................................................................ 62
7.1.
7.2.
7.3.
7.4.
8.
FILES REQUEST ..................................................................................................................................................62
END OF DAY WITH DELETION ...........................................................................................................................63
END OF DAY WITHOUT DELETION....................................................................................................................63
REQUEST FOR DAY BEGINNING ........................................................................................................................63
TEST (7).................................................................................................................................................................... 64
8.1.
LABELS COUNTER .............................................................................................................................................64
8.1.1.
Total Counter........................................................................................................................................... 64
8.1.2.
Partial Counterl...................................................................................................................................... 64
8.1.3.
Total Metre Counter............................................................................................................................... 64
8.1.4.
Partial Metre Counter............................................................................................................................ 64
8.1.5.
Available labels....................................................................................................................................... 64
8.2.
VERSIONS ............................................................................................................................................................65
8.3.
TEST LABEL........................................................................................................................................................65
8.4.
SWITCH OFF........................................................................................................................................................65
8.5.
A RTICLES TEST ..................................................................................................................................................65
8.6.
W EIGHT A DJUST ................................................................................................................................................66
8.6.1.
Latitude ..................................................................................................................................................... 66
8.6.2.
Altitude...................................................................................................................................................... 66
8.6.3.
Type of LoadCell..................................................................................................................................... 66
8.6.4.
Divisions 1................................................................................................................................................ 66
8.6.5.
Step 1......................................................................................................................................................... 66
8.6.6.
Divisions 2................................................................................................................................................ 67
8.6.7.
Step 2......................................................................................................................................................... 67
8.6.8.
Weight Calibration ................................................................................................................................. 67
8.7.
TOTAL DELETION ..............................................................................................................................................68
8.7.1.
Default Data............................................................................................................................................. 68
8.7.2.
Total Deletion of the labeller................................................................................................................ 68
8.8.
M ACHINE TEST ...................................................................................................................................................69
8.8.1.
Keyboard Test.......................................................................................................................................... 69
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8.8.2.
8.8.3.
8.8.4.
8.8.5.
8.8.6.
8.8.7.
8.8.8.
8.8.9.
8.8.10.
8.8.11.
9.
EEPROM Test.......................................................................................................................................... 69
RAM Test................................................................................................................................................... 69
COMPACT FLASH Test......................................................................................................................... 70
ETHERNET Test...................................................................................................................................... 70
RS-422 Test .............................................................................................................................................. 70
RS-232 Test .............................................................................................................................................. 71
Inputs/Outputs Test................................................................................................................................. 71
Cash Drawer Test.................................................................................................................................... 71
ADC Test................................................................................................................................................... 72
Motors Test............................................................................................................................................... 72
CLIENTS TOTALS ............................................................................................................................................... 73
10.
SELECTION OF CLIENTS............................................................................................................................ 73
11.
ANNEX.................................................................................................................................................................. 74
11.1.
CHANGE OF PAPER ROLL IN THE LABELLER...............................................................................................74
11.2.
CHANGE OF RIBBON (M ODELS WITH TRANSFER) ....................................................................................75
11.3.
CONNECTORS.................................................................................................................................................76
11.3.1. Communications...................................................................................................................................... 76
11.3.2. Inputs/Outputs and Console.................................................................................................................. 76
11.3.3. Load Cell (models with weighing)....................................................................................................... 76
11.4.
TROUBLESHOOTING...............................................................................................................................77
11.4.1. 10.7.1 Problems with weight................................................................................................................. 77
11.4.2. Communication errors ........................................................................................................................... 77
11.4.3. Problems with items................................................................................................................................ 78
11.4.4. Printing problems ................................................................................................................................... 78
11.5.
ADVICE FOR MAINTENANCE & CARE OF THE LP-3000...........................................................79
11.6.
KEYBOARD DESCRIPTION...................................................................................................................80
11.7.
STANDARD INGREDIENTS CODES...................................................................................................81
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1. INTRODUCTION
The labeller LP-3000 is an electronic equipment with a double
functionality, YESnce it is at the same time an industrial labeller
with communication to computer and (depending to the options)
a weight indicator.
1.1. Main Characteristics
The labeller LP-3000 has three versions:
Labeller without console
Labeller with control console.
Labeller with console and weighing
There are two options regarding to the thermal head width: 3” y
4”, so the maximum labels YESze is 102x300mm.
There are two possible ways of printing: thermal and transfer.
The models range is the following:
Labellers without consol
MODELO
PRINTER
TRANSFER
LP-3300 E
LP-3300 ET
LP-3000 E
LP-3000 ET
3”
3”
4”
4”
NO
YES
NO
YES
Labellers with Console
MODEL
LP-3300
LP-3300
LP-3000
LP-3000
I
IT
I
IT
PRINTER
TRANSFER
3”
3”
4”
4”
NO
YES
NO
YES
Labellers with console and indicator ( 6000 divisions OIML, up to
120000 no OIML, mono-step or multi-step)
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PRINTER
TRANSFER
LP-3300 IV
LP-3300 IVT
LP-3000 IV
LP-3000 IVT
3”
3”
4”
4”
NO
YES
NO
YES
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1.2. Functional Characteristics
The LP-3000 labellers have the following characteristics:
•
Construction: steel structure, with high resistance plastic
ABS frontal cover. Stainless steel console.
•
Labeller dimensions (width x height x depth): 297x307x410
mm, console: 272x293x42 mm.
•
Backlight LCD graphic dot matrix display.
•
Programming by menus system.
•
8000 articles in memory.
•
30 x 2 pre-sets.
• Complete information associated to each article:
- Description (2 lines x 24 characters).
- Label format.
- Type of article: weight, fix price, fix weight,...
- Price, tare, department, use by date,...
- Configurable bar code:
EAN-8, EAN-13, EAN-128, ITF-14, UPC.
- 10 lines x 24 characters for free texts.
- 1 line x 1.000 characters for ingredients (with searching
function in data base of
ingredients, editable by the user).
•
Flash program memory,(updates from PC).
• RS-232/422 computer connection.
Optional: Ethernet 10BaseT or wireless communications (IEEE
802.11b or Bluetooth)
•
Connection to platform, scanner, Dibal labeller and Dibal
automatic weigh-price-labellers.
• Labelling functions
- Design of labels in Dibal RMS windows program,
with visual interface.
- 3" or 4" printer, for labels up to 76 x 300 or 102 x 300 mm,
respectively.
- 50 label formats.
- 35 fields per label format.
- 15 headlines x 24 characters.
- Logos (download from computer)
- 3 dates: packing, use by and extra date.
- Operator code and manufacturer code.
- 3 levels of totals (e. g.: box / pallet / truck).
- Cancellation of labels, deleting them from all total levels.
- Label batches printing.
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- Printing of label number, with programmable counter by the
user (initial number and increasing or decreasing value).
- Orders labelling (up to 100), up to 100 articles per order. 2
working modes: labelling of an article for different orders or
labelling of different articles for one order.
- Checkweigher: prints label only if the weight is between two
preconfigurated values.
- Generic traceability (any product: meat, fish,...).
- "Compact Flash"data memory card.
1.2.1. Description
DISPLAY
CONSOLE
KEYBOARD
LABELS EXIT
RIBBON
PRINTER
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2. INSTALLATION
For the correct installation and operation of the LP-3000,
keep the following points in mind:
1.
2.
Ensure the power line connected to the LP-3000 does
not have fluctuations of 20% beyond the rated voltage
Make sure equipment like cold stores, slicers, etc. is
not connected to the same power line.
3.
The platform should be placed on a firm, even
surface. (If there is a weighing platform)
4.
There should be no object in contact with the
platform.
5.
The socket must be fitted with an earth connection.
3. PROGRAMMING MENU.
LP-3400 V-100
0.000
MENU
ê é
MAIN MENU
1.Print Article
2.Print Order
3.Article Totals
4.Programming
OK
The labeller LP-3000 offer a menu-based programming
system, i.e. there is a hierarchical coded structure of
programming menus that provides fast and YESmple access
to the different programmes and functions by using their
corresponding codes.
Access to the main programming menu is gained by pressing
the key MENU .
After gaining access to the programming mode, the selected
option will be shown in black. Change from one option to
another by using ê to go down the menu and é to go up.
To select an option it is necessary to press the key OK .
An option can also be selected by entering its code using the
number keys.
è ç.
ESC.
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When the submenus can not be shown in one screen, it is
possible to see the next screens by pressing the key è , to
return to the initial screen it is necessary to press the key ç
To exit programming, press ESC.
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1- Print Article.
2- Print Order.
3- Article Totals.
4- Programming.
4.1- Articles.
4.2- Orders.
4.3- Label Formats.
4.4- Heading Lines.
4.4.1-Header 1
4.4.2-Header 2
··························
··························
4.4.14-Header 14
4.4.15-Header 15
4.5- Traceability.
4.5.1-Products
4.5.2-Table of texts
4.5.3-Control of types
4.6- Prog Macros.
4.7- Prog. Clients.
5.- Configuration.
5.1- Date and Time.
5.1.1-Date
5.1.1.1-Day
5.1.1.2-Month
5.1.1.3-Year
5.1.2-Time
5.1.2.1-Hour
5.1.2.2-Minutes
5.1.2.3-Seconds
5.2-Global Formats.
5.2.1-Label Formats
5.2.2-Totals Label Formats
5.2.3-Format Level 1
5.2.4-Format Level 2
5.2.5-Format Level 3
5.2.6-Totals Clients Formats
5.3- Date formats.
5.3.1-Format Packing Date
5.3.2-Format Best Before
5.3.3-Format Extra Date
5.3.4-Extra Date
5.4- Printer.
5.4.1-Center texts
5.4.2-Label Mode
5.4.3-Delay
5.4.4-Contrast
5.4.5-Paper Opto Detector
5.5.6-Exit Distance
5.4.7-Heading
5.4.8-Type of Paper
5.4.9-Label Centering
5.4.10-DistanceOpto-Head
5.4.11-Paper Roller
5.4.12-Ribbon Roller
5.4.13-Type of Thermal Head
5.4.14-Exit Control
5.4.15-Clients Mode
5.4.16-Control of Labels
5.5- Counter.
5.5.1-Initial Value
5.5.2-Increasing
5.5.3-Decreasing
5.5.4-Incr. with Totals
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5.6- Euro
5.6.1-Phase
5.6.2-Change
5.7- Codes
5.7.1-Worker
5.7.2-Manufacturer
5.7.3-Batch Number
5.8- EAN Code
5.8.1-EAN Format of Label
5.8.2-EAN Format of Totals
5.8.3-Format EAN Level 1
5.8.4-Format EAN Level 2
5.8.5-Format EAN Level 3
5.8.6-EAN Header
6.8.7-EAN-13 A
6.8.8-EAN-13 B
6.8.9-EAN-13 C
6.8.10-EAN 128 Global A
6.8.11-EAN 128 Global B
6.8.12-EAN 128 Global C
6.8.13-ITF-14 A
6.8.14-ITF-14 B
6.8.15-ITF-14 C
5.9- Automatic Totals.
5.9.1-Mode
5.9.2-Level 1
5.9.3-Level 2
5.9.4-Level 3
5.10- Weight Discriminator.
5.10.1-Mode
5.10.2-Minimun Weight
5.10.3-Maximun Weight
5.11- Symbols.
5.11.1-Weight
5.11.2-Price
5.11.3-Amount
5.12- Orders Mode.
5.12.1-Next Order
5.12.2-Next Line
5.13- PC Comunications
5.13.1-Type of Comunication
5.13.2-RMS Address
5.13.3-Baud Rate
5.13.4-Data Bits
5.13.5-Labeller IP Address
5.13.6-PC IP Address
5.13.7-Ethernet Address
5.13.8-Port TX TCP
5.13.9-Port RX TCP
5.14- Peripherals Comminications.
5.14.1-Peripherals Com.
5.14.2-Decimals
on
the
Display
5.14.3-Printing of Level 1
Totals
5.15- Labels Repetition.
5.15.1-Article Label
5.15.2-Total Label
6.- PC Data.
6.1- Files Request
6.2- End of Day with Deletion
6.3- End of Day without Deletion
6.4- Request for Day Beginning
7.- Test.
7.1- Labels Counter
7.1.1-Total Counter
7.1.2-Partial Counter
7.1.3-Total Metre Counter
5
7.1.4-Partial Counter Metre
7.1.5-Available Labels
7.2-Versions
7.2.1-CPU
7.2.2-Weigth
7.2.3-Display
7.3-Test Label
7.4-Switch off
7.5-Articles test
7.6-Weigth Adjust
7.7-Start Total
7.8-Machine Test
7.8.1-Keyboard Test
7.8.2-EEPRO Test
7.8.3-RAM Test
7.8.4-COMPACT-FLASh Test
7.8.5-ETHERNET Test
7.8.6-RS-422 Test
7.8.7-RS-232 Test
7.8.8-Imputs/Outputs Test
7.8.9-Cash Drawer Test
7.8.10-ADC Test
7.8.11-Motors Test
8.- Clients Total.
9.- Selection of Clients.
USER’S MANUAL
4. OPERATIVE
4.1. Print Article(1)
MENU
1
MAIN MENU
1.Print Article
2.Print Order
3.Article Totals
4.Programming
OK
PRINT ARTICLE
CODE [000001]
From the initial display, press the key M ENU, the labeller will
show on the display the Main Menu, select 1, Print Article,
enter the code ( 6 digits) of the article to be labelled, press
the key OK, the labeller will search this article in the
memory, if the article is not programmed, the labeller will
show an error message (ARTICLE NOT DEFINED).
If the article is programmed in memory, their data will be
shown on the display and the labeller is ready for starting the
labelling.
LIST
The data shown are the following:
- Code.
- Label Format.
- Number of labels printed.
- Name (1 y 2)
- Unit Price.
- Best Before.
- Weight.
- Tare.
LABEL
FORMAT
CODE
[000001]
NAME
NAME 2
WEIGHT
TARE
PRICE
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60.00 €/kg
15/11/03
TARE
TEMPORARY
CHANGES
PRESELECTION
>0<
NET
CALIDAD EXTRA
-0.005kg
0.005 T kg
DEFINE
PRESELECTION
000001-HAM
000002 CHEESE
000003 APPLE
PRICE
F01
Manual
JAMÓN IBÉRICO
SELEC
∆ LIST
TYPE OF
LABELLING
BEST
BEFORE
10
0
BEST
BEFORE
MIN
NR. OF
PRINTED
LABELS
It is also possible to select the article pressing the
multifunction key ∆ in the position LIST, the labeller will
show the list of articles and using the arrows ê é and the
key OK is possible to select the article to be labelled.
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4.1.1. Temporary change of data.
∆ PRICE
000001-HAM
Price: 63.45
∆ TARE
000001-HAM
Tare: 0.025
∆
BEST
BEFORE
∆ SELEC
∆ LABELS
∆ SELEC
∆ WEIGHT
∆ SELEC
∆
000001-HAM
Best before: 10
000001-HAM
Number of labels: 000000
The unit price, tare and use-by date of the article to be
labelled can be altered temporarily. The new data will be
applied to the products being weighed at that time but not
stored in the memory.
To modify these data, select using the corresponding
multifunction key ∆ the data (price, tare or use by date) to be
modified and enter the new value.
It is also possible to make a temporary change in the tare, by
selecting a weight placed on the platform as the tare. To do
this, place the weight to be tared on the platform and press
T
This data is not stored permanently, it is valid only for the
duration of the operation in hand (until a new article is to be
labelled) and the next time the article is to be labelled the
original data will be used.
4.1.2. Preselection.
000001-HAM
Total Weight: 00.000
000001-HAM
Amount: 000.00
It determines the way of making the automatic stop of the
machine. Pressing the multifunction key ∆ in the position
SELEC, the preselection mode menu is activated. The
possible options are: 1.-Select number of trays. ‘(N= 6)’ labelling will stop when
chosen number of trays has been labelled.
2.- Select total weight. ‘(W= 1.234)’ labelling will stop when
the total weight of all trays exceeds amount specified.
AMOUNT
3.- Select total amount. ‘(A= 1.234)’ labelling will stop when
the total amount exceeds that specified.
Enter the value of the preselection to be used and press the
key OK .
When the labeller is working, once the value of the
preselection has been reached, the display will show the
message SELECTION COMPLETED.
4.1.3. Repeat last label
000001-HAM
Number of labels: 0000
F1
List
From the article labelling menu, it is possible to print copies
of the last label, to do it press the key F1 , enter the number
of copies and press the key OK .
The copies of the labels are added to the totals.
It is possible to select the article for which the last label will be
repeated by pressing the multifunction key ∆ LIST.
4.1.4. Cancel labels.
LABEL CANCELLED
F2
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From the article labelling menu, it is possible to cancel labels,
so these labels will not be added to the totals. To cancel a
label press key F2 .
The labeller shows the message LABEL CANCELLED.
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4.1.5. Mode Discount
F3
MODO DISCOUNT
F3
MODO ACCUMULATE
From the article labelling menu, it is possible switch the
labeller to Mode Discount by pressing the key F3 . When the
labeller is working on mode discount, the labels printed will
be discounted from the totals.
The labeller will show the message MODE DISCOUNT.
If the labeller is working in MODE DISCOUNT, to work again
in MODE ACCUMULATE, it is necessary to press the key
F3
4.1.6. Mode Not Accumulate
MODE NOT ACCUMULATE
F4
F4
MODO ACUMULAR
From the article labelling menu, it is possible switch the
labeller to Mode Not Accumulate by pressing the key F4 .
When the labeller is working on mode NOT ACCUMULATE,
the labels printed will not be accumulate to he totals.
The labeller will show the message MODE NOT
ACCUMULATE.
If the labeller is working in MODE NOT ACCUMULATE, to
work again in MODE ACCUMULATE, it is necessary to press
the key F4
4.1.7. Tare
Labelling machine LP-3000 enables a manual tare to be
effected by pressing T . Proceed as follows:
Place the weight to be tared on the weighing platform.
Press T
The selected tare will remain in force if an item is selected for
labelling.
To remove the tare, press T when there is no weight on the
platform.
4.2. Print Order(2)
MENU
2
∆ LIST
MAIN MENU
1.Print Article
4.1.4.1.
2.Print Order
3.Article Totals
4.Programming
An order is considered to refer to a selection of articles for a
specific client. For each order the name of the client, date of
the order and number of articles can be stored in the memory;
for each line of the order the article code, number of labels
required and unit price can be included.
PRINT ORDER
CODE [00000]
From the initial position, press the key M ENU, the labeller will
show the main menu, press the key 2 Print Order, enter the
code (5 digits) of the order and press OK.
LIST
It is also possible to select an order, by pressing the
multifunction
OK
[00001] ORDER 1
1- HAM [000001]
2- CHEESE [000002]
ê é
OK
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∆ in the position LIST, then the labeller will
show all the orders programmed and using the arrows ê é
and the key OK is possible to select the required order.
For each line of the order, the following information is given;
the code and name of the selected order, the code and name
of the article, the number of operations to be processed, the
price per unit, the number of trays already labelled and those
still pending labelling.
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SELECTION COMPLETED
Once these steps have been taken the machine will start
automatically and will continue to label until the preset number
of labels has been completed. Once all the labels have been
printed, the labeller will show a message SELECTION
COMPLETED.
4.2.1. Repeat last label
F1
000001-HAM
Number of labels: 0000
List
From the article labelling menu, it is possible to print copies
of the last label, to do it press the key F1 , enter the number
of copies and press the key OK .
The copies of the labels are added to the totals.
It is possible to select the article for which the last label will be
repeated by pressing the multifunction key ∆ LIST.
4.2.2. Cancel labels.
F2
LABEL CANCELLED
From the article labelling menu, it is possible to cancel labels,
so these labels will not be added to the totals. To cancel a
label press key F2 .
The labeller shows the message LABEL CANCELLED.
4.2.3. Mode Discount
F3
F3
MODE DISCOUNT
MODE ACCUMULATE
From the article labelling menu, it is possible switch the
labeller to Mode Discount by pressing the key F3 . When the
labeller is working on mode discount, the labels printed will
be discounted from the totals.
The labeller will show the message MODE DISCOUNT.
If the labeller is working in MODE DISCOUNT, to work again
in MODE ACCUMULATE, it is necessary to press the key
F3
4.2.4. Mode Not Accumulate
F4
F4
MODE NOT ACCUMULATE
MODE ACCUMULATE
From the article labelling menu, it is possible switch the
labeller to Mode Not Accumulate by pressing the key F4 .
When the labeller is working on mode NOT ACCUMULATE,
the labels printed will not be accumulate to he totals.
The labeller will show the message MODE NOT
ACCUMULATE.
If the labeller is working in MODE NOT ACCUMULATE, to
work again in MODE ACCUMULATE, it is necessary to press
the key F4
4.2.5. Label next line
From the order labelling menu, it is possible to label the next
line of the order by pressing the key F5 .
F5
4.2.6. Label the same article in another
order
F6
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From the order labelling menu, it is possible to label the
same article in another order by pressing the key F6 .
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4.3. Article totals (3)
The LP-3000 allows to to print a total label of an article in
which it is possible to print the total weight and the total of an
article.
4.3.1. Totals labels.
The procedure for obtaining article totals is the following:
MENU
3
OK
From the initial display, press the key M ENU, the labeller will
show the Main Menu, select 3 Totals, enter the article code
for which the total is required and press OK .
MAIN MENU
1.Print Article
2.Print Order
3.Article Totals
4.Programming
If the article is not in memory, the labeller will show a
message ARTICLE NOT DEFINED.
PLU TOTALS
CODE [00000]
LIST
DELETE TODOS
∆ LIST
OK
[000001] F01
HAM
0000007 3.315kg
PRINT
To see the whole list of articles programmed, it is necessary
to press the multifunction key ∆ LIST, select the desired
article with the arrows ê é and press OK
If the article is programmed, the totals data will be shown on
the display and can be printed by pressing the key OK. .
254.25€
A CERO
It is possible to delete the totals of all the articles by pressing
the multifucntion key ∆ DELETE ALL..
∆ DELETE
4.3.2. Set to zero.
TODOS
∆ TO
CERO.
000001-HAM
DELETE TOTALS
SUR?
YES
NO
To set to zero the totals of an article the procedure is the
following:
From the screen where the article total is shown, press the
multifunction key TO ZERO ∆ and then select ∆ YES.
∆ YES
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5. PROGRAMMING (4)
This is the position of the menu used to program all the data
used to perform the labelling: Articles, Orders, Label Formats ,
Headers and Traceability.
5.1. Artícles (41)
MENU
4
1
The labeller LP-3400 has the possibility of programming
8000 articles.
MAIN MENU
1.Print Article
2.Print Order
3.Article Totals
4.Programming
From the initial screen press the key M ENU select 4
Programming, press OK , select 1 Articles and press OK
again.
4-Programming
1- PLUs
2- Orders
3- Formats
4 -Headers
The display will show the articles programming menu.
PROGRAM. PLUS
CODE [000000]
000001
COPY
DELETE
LIST
PROGRAM. PLUS
CODE [000001]
OK .
COPY
DELETE
LIST
000001
1. Format
00
2.Type
Pesado
3. Direct Key 000
4. Department 0000
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First of all, it must be entered the code (6 digits) of the article
and press the key OK..
Then the article programming starts, the data to be
programmed are the following:
1. - LabelFormat number.
2. PLU type.
3. Direct key
4. - Department code.
5. - Price.
6. - Tare.
7. - Use-by date.
8. – Name 1(24 characters)
9. -Name 2 (24 characters)
10. – EAN Format
11. – EAN Code
12. Text line 1
13. Text line 2
14. Text line 3
15. Text line 4
16. Text line 5
17. Text line 6
18. Text line 7
19. Text line 8
20. Text line 9
21. Text line 10
22. Text line 11
23. Traceability
24. Product class
25. Product number.
26. Best before date.
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5.1.1. Format
000001
1. Format
00
2.Type
Pesado
3. Direct key 000
4. Department 0000
For each article, a choice of label format is available. Select
a number from 1 to 50.
These consist of standard, pre-programmed formats (1 to 20)
which do not permit modification by the user and
programmable options (21-50) whose functions will be
explained in detail.
To pass to the next field press OK o ê .
OK
5.1.2. Type
000001
1. Format
00
2.Type
Pesado
3. Direct key 000
4. Department 0000
This field specifies how the article is processed by the
machine, if it requires weighing, if the weight is to be
measured directly by the scales incorporated into the
machine or if tare is applied and so on.
Each article should correspond to one of the following types:
- 0 : Price per unit. Default setting. The price per kg. is
entered and the price is calculated based on the weight of
the goods. The product is weighed by the machine.
- 1 : Set price. Price is preset. Neither weight nor unit price is
printed and the article is not weighed.
- 2 : Set weight. The price is calculated according to the
weight, but the weight does not vary and is preset at the time
of programming. The article is not weighed by the machine
though the weight is printed along with the price.
- 3 : Weight only. Article is weighed by the machine and only
the weight is included on the label.
- 4 : Percentage tare. The article is weighed but from the
gross weight a percentage will be subtracted as tare. The
percentage can be preset in the section which deals with tare
options.
Tochange the type press the keys è ç .
To pass to the next field press OK o ê .
è
ç.
5.1.3. Direct key
This parameter indicates the direct key to be used for this
article. The labeller has 60 (30+30) direct keys.
Enter with the numeric keyboard the PLU key number.
OK
To pass to the next field press OK o ê .
OK
000001
1. Format
00
2.Type
Pesado
3. Direct key 000
4. Department 0000
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5.1.4. Department
000001
1. Format
00
2.Type
Pesado
3. Direct key 000
4. Department 0000
OK
Up to 4 digits can be used to create department codes, which
can be included on the label as a numeric field or within the
bar-code. The creation of department codes allows totals to be
listed and grouped per department.
To pass to the next field press OK o ê .
5.1.5. Price
000001
4. Department 0000
5. Price
000.00
6. Tare
00.000
7. Best before
00
OK
Input and modification of price, using up to 5 digits. If the
article is Price per unit, set weight or tare type, the price
given is per kilo. If it is Set price type then price given is total
cost. Weight only type articles do not show price on label.
To pass to the next field press OK o ê .
5.1.6. Tare
OK
000001
4. Department 0000
5. Price
000.00
6. Tare
00.000
7. Best before
00
This field allows the user to programme the tare, in grammes,
to apply to the article. Accepts up to 5 digits. If the article is Set
weight type the weight will be programmed in place of the tare.
If it is of Tare percentage type then two digits should be
entered to represent the percentage to be subtracted from the
weight.
To pass to the next field press OK o ê .
5.1.7. Best before
000001
4. Department 0000
5. Price
000.00
6. Tare
00.000
7. Best before
00
OK
Field available to programme according to need; enter
number of days following date of packaging and this will be
updated automatically, or insert fixed date. Up to 6 digits can
be used for fixed date, as ddmmyy, or 4 digits as number of
days. If set to zero the Use-by date will not be printed on the
label.
To pass to the next field press OK o ê .
5.1.8. Name
OK
000001
8. Name
9. Name 2
10. Format EAN
11. Code EAN
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This field allows to program a 24 characters text, as name of
the article. The procedure for entering the text is the
following: Press the key OK , then the labeller will enter in
texts edition mode. The text will be entered using the
alphamumeric keyboard.
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In texts editing mode, using the multifunction keys ∆ , it is
possible to enter the characters NEW LINE and Not
centering SAME LINE).
To change between lowcase and capital letters press the key
tecla ⇑ (Shift).
000001 – HAM
Name
<HAM
>
MAY
NEWLIN
MISLIN
To pass to the next field press OK o ê .
OK
5.1.9. Name 2
This field allows to program a 24 characters text, as name 2
of the article. The procedure for entering the text is the
following: Press the key OK , then the labeller will enter in
texts edition mode. The text will be entered using the
alphamumeric keyboard.
000001
8. Name
9. Name 2
10. Format EAN
11. Code EAN
OK
000001 – HAM
Name 2
<CALIDAD EXTRA
MAY
NEWLIN
MISLIN
OK
>
In texts editing mode, using the multifunction keys ∆ , it is
possible to enter the characters NEW LINE and Not
centering SAME LINE).
To change between lowcase and capital letters press the key
tecla ⇑ (Shift).
To pass to the next field press OK o ê .
5.1.10. EAN Format
000001- HAM
8. Name
9. Name 2
10. Format EAN
11. Code EAN
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It is possible to enter a 2 digits number between 0 and 82, it
allows to select the bar code format of the labels. The
possible values are:
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Code
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Content
No EAN
AABBBBBCCCCC
AABBBBBDDDDD
AABBBBBEEEEE
AABBBBBFFFFF
AABBBBBGGGGG
AAGGGGGBBBBB
ABBBBBBCCCCC
ABBBBBBDDDDD
ABBBBBBEEEEE
ABBBBBBFFFFF
AHHBBBBCCCCC
AHHBBBBDDDDD
AHHBBBBEEEEE
AHHBBBBFFFFF
AHHIIIICCCCC
AHHIIIIDDDDD
AHHIIIIEEEEE
AHHIIIIFFFFF
AAHBBBBCCCCC
AABBBBQCCCCC
AABBBBQDDDDD
AABBBBQEEEEE
AABBBBQFFFFF
AAJJJJJBBBBBB
AAJJJJJCCCCC
Code
30
31
32
33
34
40
41
50
51
52
53
60
61
62
63
64
70
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
80
81
82
Content
EAN 13 from text 3 of PLU
EAN 13 from text EAN of PLU
EAN 13 A Programmable
EAN 13 B Programmable
EAN 13 C Programmable
UPC from text 3 of PLU
UPC from text EAN of PLU
EAN 8 from text 3 of PLU
EAN 8 from text EAN of PLU
ABBBBBB
AABBBBB
ITF 14 from text 3 of PLU
ITF 14 from text EAN of PLU
ITF14 A Programmable
ITF 14 B Programmable
ITF 14 C Programmable
EAN 128 from text EAN of PLU
EAN 128 (Text 2 of PLU)
EAN 128 (Texts 2+3 PLU)
EAN 128 (Texts 2+3+4 PLU)
EAN 128 (Texts 2+3+4+5 PLU)
EAN 128 (Texts 2+3+4+5+6 PLU)
EAN 128 (Texts 2+3+4+5+6+7 PLU)
EAN 128 (Texts 2+3+4+5+6+7+8 PLU)
EAN 128 A Programmable
EAN 128 B Programmable
EAN 128 C Programmable
OK
Enter the value using the numeric keyboard.
To pass to the next field press OK or ê .
5.1.11. EAN Code
OK
000001- HAM
8. Name
9. Name 2
10. Format EAN
11. Code EAN
Use the numeric keyboard to program the EAN code of the
article. In this parameter it is programmed the value of the EAN
selected in the previous parameter
The substitution keys are the following:
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
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EAN Header
Article Code
Amount
Weight
Price
Quantity
Department
Number of sales
Manufacturer code
Worker code
15
M
N
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
Counter
Order Number
Check Price
Tare
Gross Weight
Weight / 10
Packing Date
Best Before date
Extra Date
Price in secondary currency
Price in secondary currency
Control digit for all that requires a
control digit, without limit on the length
of data involved in the calculation.
Valid for 00, 01, 02, 410, 411, 412, 413,
414,
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If it has been selected EAN 128 in the field EAN Format, the
multifunction keys allow to program the EAN 128 data, which
structure is the following:
The structure of an EAN 128 is as follows:
START + FNC1+ IA→DATA (CHANGE+ IA→DATA)+...+FNC1
000001 – HAM
Code EAN
<2AABBBBCCCCCQ
MAY
START A
START B
where:
START (start A, start B or start C) is the special character
indicates that the characters that follow form part of an EAN
128 code. Likewise:
START C
∆
è
000001 – HAM
Code EAN
<2AABBBBCCCCCQ
MAY
CA
CB
∆
CC
CAM
A indicates that standard capital letters follow.
B indicates that capitals, small letters and special characters
follow.
C indicates that digits follow (this is the most common for
numeric data).
The start characters are programmed with the multifunction
keys ∆
To program FNC1 and the changes A, B and C, it is
necessary to press the key è and select them using the
multifunction keys ∆
FCN
FNC1 is the special character that shows the beginning and
end of each data field.
IA is a number that represents the application ID (barcode
field), i.e. it specifies the data to be represented by the EAN
128. The IAs that can be used are shown in the next page.
DATA represents the data that will be printed followed by the
corresponding IA. Letters may be entered in the numerical
field positions, and these will be substituted when printed by
the corresponding value stated in the table given in sect.
6.4.1.10 EAN Format. The following table shows the fields
that have been added to the already existing ones:
The length of the data depends on the I A. Some fields are of
a fixed length and others are variable. All positions must be
completed in fixed-length fields.
If not all the positions are completed in variable-length fields,
the FNC1 character must be entered at the end in order to
indicate end of field.
CHANGE (Change A, Change B and Change C) is a special
character that permits the code type to be changed within an
EAN 128. Therefore, when a change character is
encountered, the EAN 128 will be printed with the new code
specified until another change character is encountered.
The Change character only makes a change between sets of
A and B characters and only affects the following character
found after the Change character.
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IA
00
01
02
10
11 (a)
13 (a)
15 (a)
17 (a)
20
21
22
23 (b)
30
310 (c)
311 (c)
312 (c)
313 (c)
314 (c)
315 (c)
316 (c)
320 (c)
330 (c)
331 (c)
332 (c)
333 (c)
334 (c)
335 (c)
336 (c)
340 (c)
37
400
410
411
412
420
421
8001
8002
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
CONTENTS
Series Code from Dispatch Depart.
EAN item number / Issue Dept. Code
EAN item number of products contained another dept.
Batch or consignment number
Date of manufacture (YYMMDD)
Date packed (YYMMDD)
Minum expiry date (YYMMDD)
Maximum expiry date (YYMMDD)
Product variety
Number of series
HIBCC – quantity, date, batch and connection
Consignment number (temporary job)
Variable quantity
Net weight in kilograms
Length or first measurement in metres (commercial)
Width, diameter or second measurement in metres (commercial)
Depth, Thickness, Height or third measurement in metres (commercial)
Area in square metres (Commercial)
Net volume in litres
Net volume in cubic metres
Net weight in pounds
Net weight in kilograms
Length or first measurement in metres (logistics)
Width, diameter or second measurement in metres (logistics)
Depth, Thickness, Height or third measurement in metres (logistics)
Area in square metres (logistics)
Gross volume in litres
Gross volume in cubic metres
Gross weight in pounds
Quantity
Customer order number
Dispatch to (delivery to) operational point using EAN-13 or DUNS number (Dun & Bradstroet) with initial zeros
Invoice to (charge to account) operational point using EAN-13 or DUNS number (Dun Bradstreet) with initial zeros
Purchased from (operational point where purchase was made) using EAN-13 or DUNS number
Dispatch to (delivery to) postcode within the same Postal Authority
Dispatch to (delivery to) postcode with 3-digit ISO country prefix
Coiled products – width, length, nuclear diameter, direction and joins
Electronic Series Number for Cellular Mobile Phones
Internal Applications
Internal – Raw Material, Packing, Components
Internal – Raw Material, Packing, Components
Internal – Product Manufacturers
Internal – Product Manufacturers
Internal – Carriers
Internal – Carriers
Internal – Wholesalers and retailers
Internal – Wholesalers and retailers
Internal – Mutually defined text
FORMAT
n2+nl8
n2+nl4
n2+nl4
n2+an..20
n2+n6
n2+n6
n2+n6
n2+n6
n2+n2
n2+an..20
n2+an..29
n3+n..l9
n2+n..8
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n4+n6
n2+n..8
n3+an..30
n3+n13
n3+n13
n3+n13
n3+an..9
n3+n3+an..9
n4+n14
n4+an..20
n2+an..30
n2+an..30
n2+an..30
n2+an..30
n2+an..30
n2+an..30
n2+an..30
n2+an..30
n2+an..30
n2+an..30
where:
- (a): To indicate year and month alone, DD can be
completed with "00", (b): one extra digit to indicate length,(c):
one extra digit to indicate the decimal point.
- nx is a field with x digits
- ax. x is an alphanumerical field with a maximum of x
characters.
It is not necessary to enter a STOP character. The LP-3400
automatically enters a STOP character when a space is
found instead of an application identifier.
To pass to the next field press OK or ê ..
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5.1.12. Text Lines ( 1-10)
OK
000001- HAM
12-Text 1
13-Text 2
14-Text 3
15- Text 4
000001 – HAM
Text 1
<................................. >
MAY
NEWLIN MISLIN INGR
Press the key OK , then the labeller will enter in texts edition
mode.
The text will be entered using the alphamumeric keyboard. In
texts editing mode, using the multifunction keys ∆ it is
possible to enter the characters NEW LINE and Not
centering (SAME LINE).
To change between lowcase and capital letters press the key
⇑ (Shift).
∆ INGR
OK
Every article has 10 lines of 24 characters for texts,
ingredients or a combination of both.
000001 – HAM
Text 1
<................................. >
INGR: 0001
NEWLIN MISLIN INGR
To enter ingredients press the key ∆
in the position INGR
,enter the 4 digits code of the ingredient and press OK The
labeller LP-3400 has 4000 programmable ingredients. (See
Annex 1). The ingredients file is programable using the RMS
software.
Every ingredient of the table will take only 2 characters of the
text line, so it is possible to enter up to 12 ingredients on
every text line.
OK
To pass to the next field press OK o ê
OK
000001- HAM
22-Text 11
23-Traceability
24-Type of Product
25- Number of Product
000001 – HAM
Text 1
<................................. >
MAY
NEWLIN MISLIN INGR
∆ INGR
5.1.13. Text 11
Every article has a line of 1000 characters for texts,
ingredients or a combination of both.
Press the key OK , then the labeller will enter in text edition
mode.
The text will be entered using the alphamumeric keyboard. In
texts editing mode, using the multifunction keys ∆ it is
possible to enter the characters NEW LINE and Not
centering (SAME LINE).
To change between lowcase and capital letters press the key
⇑ (Shift).
000001 – HAM
Text 1
<................................. >
INGR: 0001
NEWLIN MISLIN INGR
OK
To enter ingredients press the key ∆
,enter the 4 digits code of the ingredient and press OK
Every ingredient of the table will take only 2 characters of the
text line, so it is possible to enter up to 500 ingredients on
text line 11.
To pass to the next field press OK o ê
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000001- HAM
22-Text 11
23-Traceability
24-Type of Traceabilityt
25- Number of Product
5.1.14. Traceability
This parameter indicates if the product will have or not
generic traceability.
To pass to the next field press OK or ê .
5.1.15. Type of Traceability
OK
OK
000001- HAM
22-Text 11
23-Traceability
24-Type of Traceabilityt
25- Number of Product
This parameter indicated to which type of traceability,
belongs the article. There are 20 Types of Traceability.
(Example: Type1=Beef, Type2 = Fish, Type 3= BIO ).
The possible values are:
Type=0, Article without Traceability.
Type= 1,…,20, number of the Type of Traceability
To pass to the next field press OK or ê .
5.1.16. Number of Product with
Traceability
000001- HAM
22-Text 11
23-Traceability
24-Type of Traceability
25- Number of Product
If in the previous parameter has been selected a Type of
Traceability, in this parameter it is programmed the number
of the Product with Traceability from which the article comes
from. It can be a number from 1 to 99
To pass to the next field press OK or ê .
5.1.17. Best before date
OK
ESC
This enables the best before date of the item to be
programmed.
Enter up to 6 digits if it is a calendar date, in the format
ddmmyy, or up to 4 digits if it represents a number of days. If
it is set to 0, the best before date will not be printed on the
labels. It is printed in the same format as the expiry date.
Press OK to confirm and ESC to exit and save the item
data.
000001- HAM
23-Traceability
24-Type of Traceability
25- Number of Product
26- Best before date
5.1.18. Copy Article.
MENU
4
1
From the initial screen press the key M ENU select 4
Programming, press OK , select 1 Articles and press OK
again.
4-Programming
1- PLUs
2- Orders
3- Formats
4 -Headers
PROGRAM. PLUS
CODE [000000]
∆ COPY
COPY
OK
CODE [000001]
COPY A
CODE [000001]
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DELETE
LIST
The labeller will show the articles programming menu.
Enter the code of the article to be copied (6 digits).
Press the multifunction key ∆ COPY, the labeller will show the
message COPY TO and it is necessary to enter the code of the
second article
Press the key OK , the labeller will show the message
ARTICLE COPIED.
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MENU
4
1
PROGRAM. PLUS
CODE [000000]
∆
COPY
DELETE
CODE [000001]
DELETE
SUR?
OK
MENU
4
5.1.19. Delete Article.
4-Programming
1- PLUs
2- Orders
3- Formats
4 -Headers
DELETE
From the initial screen press the key M ENU select 4
Programming, press OK , select 1 Articles and press OK
again.
LIST
5.1.20. List of Articles
4-Programming
1- PLUs
2- Orders
3- Formats
4 -Headers
From the initial screen press the key M ENU select 4
Programming, press OK , select 1 Articles and press OK
again.
1
PROGRAM. PLUS
CODE [000000]
∆ LIST
COPY
ê é
000001-HAM
000002 QUESO DE NATA
000003 PALETA SERRANA
OK
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DELETE
The labeller will show the articles programming menu.
Enter the code of the article to be deleted (6 digits).
Press the multifunction key ∆ DELETE, the labeller will show
the message ARE YOU SURE?
Press the key OK , the labeller will show the message
ARTICLE DELETED.
LIST
The labeller will show the articles programming menu.
Enter the code of the article to be deleted (6 digits).
Press the multifunction key ∆ LIST, the labeller will show the
list of articles programmed, listed by its code.
To edit an article it is necessary to select it by pressing the keys
ê é and then pressing the key OK .
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5.2. Orders (42)
MENU
4
2
4-Programming
1- PLUs
2- Orders
3- Formats
4 -Headers
PROGRAM. ORDERS
CODE [000000]
OK
LIST
∆ LIST
ê é
OK
OK
OK
An order comprises a series of operations covering various
articles which are all assigned to the same client.
The LP-3400 allows to program 100 orders.
From the main page, press M ENU to access programming.
Press 4 Programming and select 2 Orders programming.
Insert the appropriate order code when prompted and press
OK. If the code refers to an order which is already
programmed, the relevant data will appear. If the code refers
to a new order all fields will be set at zero. The following data
are required:
1. - Order identification.
2. - Date of order.
3. Customer´s code.
4. – Order Lines
Press the multifunction key ∆ LIST to show in the display the
list of orders programmed in the labeller, listed by its code.
To edit an order it is necessary to select it by pressing the keys
ê é and then pressing the key OK .
[00001] ORDER 1
1. Identification of order
2. Date ofl order
3. Lines oforder
Copia Delet Act
Act T
[00001] ORDER 1
<ORDER 1
>
MAY
MISLIN
NEWLIN
5.2.1. Identification
It is the name of the order (20 characters), normally it will be
the customer name.
Press the key OK . to enter in text mode edition and press
OK . again once the text has been entered.
To pass to the next field press OK or ê .
ê
5.2.2. Date
OK
CODE[00001]
1. Identification of order
2. Date ofl order
3. Code de cliente
Enter YESx digits for the date in format ddmmyy. The default
value will be the current date.
To pass to the next field press OK or ê .
5.2.3. Client Code
OK
CODE[00001]
1. Identification of order
2. Date ofl order
3. Code de cliente
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Enter a numeric field which must be the code of a Client
already programmed.
It is possible to program 100 clients.
To pass to the next field press OK or ê .
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5.2.4. Order Línes
CODE[00001]
1. Identification of order
2. Date ofl order
3. Lines oforder
OK
[00001] ORDER 1
AÑADIR DELETE
∆ AÑADIR
OK
OK
ê
INSER
CODE ORDER [00001]
CODE[000001]
[00001] ORDER 1
1. HAM [000001]
[000001] HAM
Number de LABELs: 00000
Price
000.00
[000001] HAM
Number of Labels: 00000
Price
000.00
ESC
ESC
4
4-Programming
1- PLUs
2- Orders
3- Formats
4 -Headers
2
PROGRAM. ORDERS
CODE [000000]
MENU
COPY
∆ COPy
DELETE
ORDER [000001]
COPY A
ORDER [000001]
Program the number of articles that will be in the order which
is being programmed.. It is possible to add new articles,
delete articles and insert articles.
An order can include up to 100 lines.
Pressing the key OK it will appear the menu for order lines
edition.
The multifunction keys ∆ have assigned the functions: ADD,
DELETE and INSERT, for adding, deleting or inserting a new
order line.
If we select ADD, the procedure is the following:
Enter the code of the article (6 digits) and press OK .
The article will be add to the order line and its name will be
shown, pressing again OK is possible to edit the data of the
order line. To enter the data use the numeric keys. The data
to be entered will be the following:
Number of labels
Price.
To pass from one to another press the key ê
Once the data of the line have been entered press the key
ESC
Make the same for every one of the articles of the order.
Once the data of the order have been entered press the key
ESC
5.2.5. Copy Orders.
ACTU
From the main page, press M ENU to access programming.
Press 4 Programming and select 2 Orders programming.
The display will show the Orders Programming Menu.
Enter the code of the order to be copied ( 5 digits).
Press the multifunction key ∆ COPY, the labeller will show
message COPY TO and the code of the target order must be
entered.
Once the order has been copied, the labeller will show the
message ORDER COPIED.
OK
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MENU
4
5.2.6. Delete Orders.
4-Programming
1- PLUs
2- Orders
3- Formats
4 -Headers
2
PROGRAM. ORDERS
CODE [00001]
∆
LIST
DELETE
[000001] ORDER 1
DELETE ORDER
SUR?
OK
This function allows to delete an order.
From the main page, press M ENU to access programming.
Press 4 Programming and select 2 Orders programming.
Insert the appropriate order code when prompted and press
OK., press the multifunction key ∆ DELETE, the labeller will
show a message DELETE ORDER, SUR?, then press the
multifunction key ∆ YES to delete the order. The labeller will
show a message ORDER DELETED.enter the codes of the
orders origin and target, press OK . The labeller will show
the message ORDER DELETED.
5.2.7. Update order
This function allows to update an order.
MENU
4
4-Programming
1- PLUs
2- Orders
3- Formats
4 -Headers
PROGRAM. ORDERS
CODE [000000]
2
LIST
∆
UPDATE
∆ YES
MENU
4
2
∆
CODE [000001]
ACTUALIZAR ORDER
SUR?
SI
NO
The procedure to update an order is the following:
The number of labels programmed originally in the order is
substitued by the number of labels programmed minus the
number of labels labelled and the number of labels pending
is set to zero.
5.2.8. Update all orders
4-Programming
1- PLUs
2- Orders
3- Formats
4 -Headers
From the main page, press M ENU to access programming.,
press 4 Programming and select 2 Orders programming.
PROGRAM. ORDERS
CODE [000000]
UPDATE
From the main page, press M ENU to access programming.,
press 4 Programming and select 2 Orders programming.
Insert the appropriate order code when prompted and press
OK., press the multifunction key ∆ UPDATE, the labeller will
show a message UPDATE ORDER, SUR?, then press the
multifunction key ∆ YES to update the order. The labeller will
show a message ORDER UPDATED.
LIST
Press the multifunction key UPDATE ALL, the labeller will
show the message ARE YOU SURE? . To confirm the deletion
press the multifunction key ∆ YES. The labeller will show the
message ORDERS UPDATED.
ALL
∆ YES
UPDATE ALL
SUR?
YES
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5.3. Label formats
In the LP-3400 labeller there are 50 possible label formats,
30 of them (from 21 to 50) are programmable by the user.
This paragraph shows the procedure for making the
programming of these label formats. The possible fields to be
printed in the label are shown in the following table:
Apartado
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
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Description
Bar Code
Amount
Weight
Time
Counter
Price
Current Date
Best Before
Extra Date
Department
Quantity
Name
Text Line 1 of article
Text Line 2 of article
Text Line 3 of article
Code of article
Heading line 1
Heading line 2
Heading line 3
Heading line 4
Heading line 5
Heading line 6
Heading line 7
Heading line 8
Tare
Gross Weight
Worker
Manufacturer
Name 2
Bar Code Article
Text Line 4 of article
Text Line 5 of article
Text Line 6 of article
Text Line 7 of article
Text Line 8 of article
Text Line 9 of article
Text Line 10 of article
Text Line 11 of article
Logo
Best before date
Apartado
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
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Description
Price in secondary currency
Euro Exchange
Amount in secondary currency
Code Product
Class Product
Text 1 product
Text 2 product
Text 3 product
Text 4 product
Text 5 product
Batch Number
Text 6 product
Text 7 product
Text 8 product
Text 9 product
Text 10 product
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101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
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Text 11 product
Text 12 product
Text 13 product
Text 14 product
Text 15 product
Text 16 product
Text 17 product
Text 18 product
Text 19 product
Text 20 product
Text 21 product
Text 22 product
Text 23 product
Text 24 product
Text 25 product
Text 26 product
Text 27 product
Text 28 product
Text 29 product
Text 30 product
Text 31 product
Text 32 product
Text 33 product
Text 34 product
Text 35 product
Text 36 product
Text 37 product
Text 38 product
Text 39 product
Text 40 product
Text 41 product
Text 42 product
Text 43 product
Text 44 product
Text 45 product
Text 46 product
Text 47 product
Text 48 product
Text 49 product
Text 50 product
Header 9
Header 10
Header 11
Header 12
Header 13
Header 14
Header 15
Order Identification
Order date
Order Code
Trays ordered
Trays labelled
Customer Code
Graphic Line
Rectangle
Line in negative
Línea in grey
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
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“WEIGHT”
“PRICE”
“AMOUNT”
“kg”
“Pta/kg”
“Pta”
“UNITS”
“Pta/Unit”
“PACKING DATE”
“BEST BEFORE”
“CONSUME PREFERABLY”
“REGISTER VOUCHER”
“TOTAL”
“Weight kg”
“Total Pta”
“Pack Date.”
“Best Before”
“TARE”
“Batch Number”
“Preserver”
“at –18ºC”
“cold”
“Offer”
“Saving”
“Discount”
“Euro”
“Euro/kg”
“Euro/Unit”
“”Between 0/5C”
“in a place”
Customer Name
Address
City
Province
Country
Tellephone
Fax
Person in charge
Text client
Amount client
Weight client
Counter client
Route
Zip Code
EAN Client
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MENU
4
4-Programming
1- PLUs
2- Orders
3- Formats
4 -Headers
Press the key M ENU to access Programming.
Press the key 3 Formats to access the programming of label
formats.
To pass from one option to another, are used the keys ↓ to
go down in the menu and ↑ to go up in the menu.
3
PROG. FORMATS
FORMAT [00]
The labeller will show every step in the programming of the
labels.
1. Enter the format number to be programmed (21 to 50).
2. Press the key OK
3. Enter the dimensions of the label, with the equivalence
1mm=8 dots.
PROG. FORMATS
FORMAT [21]
OK
FORMAT 21
1- WIDTH Etiq (X) 000
2. HEIGHT Etiq (Y)
0000
3- FIELDS
Copy
Delete
PRINT
The maximum programmable value for the X dimension is:
Width Thermal Head
(inches)
3
4
FORMAT 21
OK
Copy
Delete
PRINT
Normally the value of the Y axis must be increased in 25.
FORMAT 21
CAMPO[000]
∆
4.
AÑADIR
5.
FORMAT 21
CAMPO[001]
Press the key OK to select the fields to be printed on the
label.
During the selection of fields, the multifunction keys ∆
have the values:
∆ Add- To add a new field.
∆
OK
Delete- To delete a field.
∆ Insert: To insert a new field.
FORMAT 21
1- Code de Barras
Añad
OK
Maximum value
(dots)
640
832
∆ Print: To print a sample of the format
Borra Insert Impr
1- Code de Barras
1- Positión X
2- Positión Y
3- Rotatión
4- Type of letter
6.
000
0000
0
00r
7.
Press ADD, enter the code of the field to be included and
press OK.
Once the field has been selected, press OK again to start
programming the data of the field.
X Position.
-
Y Position
-
Rotation
Type of letter, thickness of line, YESze of
the Bar code or number of logotype,
depending of the type of field..
To pass from one parameter to another press OK or ê é
-
Press ESC to save and exit to the main Menu
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The positions X and Y can have a value between 0 and the
maximum dimension of the label.
The possible values of the parameter rotation are:
‘0’ – No rotation.
‘1’ – Rotation 90º.
‘2’ – Rotation 180º.
‘3’ – Rotation 270º.
The type of letter is programmed entering a value between 0 and 89,
this value indicates the type and YESze of the letter. The types of letter
are:
Letter
Size (width x height)
0
12 x 17
20-40
16 x 28
60
16 x 32
80
6x9
To magnify these types of letter, it is necessary to add a
quantity to these values. See the following table:
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Number Magnification
Magnification
0
Width x 1, Height x 1
1
Width x 2, Height x 2
2
Width x 3, Height x 3
3
Width x 4, Height x 4
4
Width x 5, Height x 5
5
Width x 1, Height x 2
6
Width x 2, Height x 1
7
Width x 2, Height x 3
8
Width x 3, Height x 2
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9
Width x 4, Height x 3
10
Width x 3, Height x 4
11
Width x 5, Height x 4
12
Width x 4, Height x 5
13
Width x 2, Height x 4
14
Width x 2, Height x 5
15
Width x 1, Height x 1
16
Width x 1, Height x 1
17
Width x 1, Height x 1
18
Width x 1, Height x 1
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Width x 1, Height x 1
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MENU
4
3
4-Programming
1- PLUs
2- Orders
3- Formats
4 -Headers
PROG. FORMATS
FORMAT [00]
21
OK
∆ COPY
OK
MENU
4
3
35
OK
∆
DELETE
FORMAT [21]
COPY A
FORMAT [35]
FORMAT
COPIED
5.3.1. Copy Format
It is possible to copy a label format in another , the procedure
is the following:
Press the key MENU to access the menu, press the key 4 to
access programming.
Press the key 3 Formats to access the programming of label
formats.
Enter the code of the format to be copied.
Press OK.
Press the multifunction key ∆ COPY.
Enter the value of the target format.
Press OK.
The labeller will show the message FORMAT COPIED.
5.3.2. Delete Format
4-Programming
1- PLUs
2- Orders
3- Formats
4 -Headers
PROG. FORMATS
FORMAT [00]
FORMAT [35]
DELETE FORMAT
SUR?
SI
NO
FORMAT
BORRADO
∆ YES
It is possible to delete a label format , the procedure is the
following:
Press the key MENU to access the menu, press the key 4 to
access programming.
Press the key 3 Formats to access the programming of label
formats.
Enter the code of the format to be deleted.
Press OK.
Press the multifunction key ∆ DELETE.
The labeller will show the message ARE YOU SURE?
Press ∆ YES .
The labeller will show the message FORMAT DELETED.
5.3.3. Print Format
MENU
4
3
4-Programming
1- PLUs
2- Orders
3- Formats
4 -Headers
PROG. FORMATS
FORMAT [00]
35
OK
∆ PRINT
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It is possible to print a sample of a format, the procedure is
the following:
Press the key MENU to access the menu, press the key 4 to
access programming.
Press the key 3 Formats to access the programming of label
formats.
Enter the code of the format to be printed.
Press OK.
Press the multifunction key ∆ PRINT.
The labeller will print a sample of the label format.
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5.4. Heading lines
MENU
4
4
OK
4-Programming
1- PLUs
2- Orders
3- Formats
4 -Headers
44- PROG. HEADERS
1- HEADER 1
2- HEADER 2
3- HEADER 3
4 –HEADER 4
44- PROG. HEADERS
HEADER 1
<
>
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It is possible to program 15 lines of text comprising 24
characters each to appear on labels, the format and font can
be set independently for each line.
To program the headers the procedure is the following:
Press the key M ENU, select 4 Programming and select 4
Headers.
It will appear the menu Header Selection, with the key ↓
select the number of header to be programmed and press
the key OK to edit the header.
In the edition of the headers, the text will be entered using
the alphamumeric keyboard. In texts editing mode, using the
multifunction keys ∆ , it is possible to enter the characters
NEW LINE and Not centering SAME LINE).
To change between lowcase and capital letters press the key
⇑ (Shift).
Once the text has been programmed press OK
To pass to the next header press ↓ and to exit press ESC
5.5. Traceability
The LP-3000 allows to program 50 products with traceability.
Items that are defined with traceability belong to a class or
type, such as meat, fish, fruit ...
A general text table has to be created for these classes in
order to define the text that is common to each class. For
example, slaughtered in:, caught in: produced in:.
Every labeller has a table with 200 text lines, which will be
referred to as a Text table, with lines of 32 characters.
The properties or characteristics of the product are then
entered, and up to 30 text lines:
Lines 1 to 10: 20 characters
Lines 11 to 30: 32 characters.
They will also be programmed the indexes of reference to the
texts table, it is possible to program 50 indexes.
The process to programme texts and animals with general
traceability is as follows:
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MENU
4
5
4-Programming
2- Orders
3- Formats
4. Headers
5. Traceability
Press the key MENU I, select 4 Programming and select 5
Traceability, press the key OK
The scale will show the menu of Traceability programming,
showing the programming of Products, Texts table and
Classes control.
Use the arrows and the key OK to select the programming of
each one of them.
45- TRACEABILITY
1- Products
2- Table of texts
3- Control of types
5.5.1. Products
MENU
4
5
1
01
OK
4-Programming
2- Orders
3- Formats
4. Headers
5. Traceability
45- TRACEABILITY
1- Products
2- Table of texts
3- Control of types
PROGR. PRODUCTS
PRODUCTO[01]
Copy
OK
OK
OK
OK
Delete
List
011- Code
2- Type
3- Texts
4- Indices
01- 060107 34
1- Code 060107 34
2- Type
3- Texts
4- Indices
01- 060107 34
1- Code 060107 34
2- Type
3- Texts
4- Indices
01- 060107 34
1- Text 1
2- Text 2
3- Text 3
4- Text 4
OK
01- 060107 34
Text 1
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>
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MISLIN
NEWLIN
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To program a product the procedure is the following:
Press the key MENU I, select 4 Programming and select 5
Traceability, press the key OK
Using the arrows, select the option Products and press OK.
The labeller will enter in the Product Programming Menu.
In this menu, the multifunction keys have the functions:
COPY: To copy a product.
DELETE: To delete a product.
LIST: To show a list of the products programmed.
Enter the Product Number (1 to 50) and press OK.
Then the data of the product will be programmed.
Select the code with the arrows and then press the key OK.
Use the alfanumeric keyboard to enter the product code. In
editing mode, using the multifunction keys ∆ , it is possible
to enter the characters NEW LINE and Not centering SAME
LINE).
To change between lowcase and capital letters press the key
⇑ (Shift).
To pass to the next field press ↓ and to exit press ESC
The class refers to the fact that the PLU belongs to a certain
class such as beef, fish, fruit, etc.
The LP-3400 labeller permit 20 different classes to be
created.
Enter the class code ( 2 digits) with the numeric keyboard.
Press the key OK.
The 30 texts with the data of the product are entered, to
program a text, select the text using the arrow keys and
press the key OK. Then the text editing mode will be
enabled, and using the alphanumeirc keyboard the text must
be entered.
In editing mode, using the multifunction keys ∆ , it is
possible to enter the characters NEW LINE and Not
centering SAME LINE).
To change between lowcase and capital letters press the key
⇑ (Shift).
Once the text is entered, press the key OK.
To pass to the next header press ↓ and to exit press ESC
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ESC
01- 060107 34
1- Code 060107 34
2- Type
3- Texts
4- Indices
01- 060107 34
1- Text 31
2- Text 32
3- Text 33
4- Text 34
Select the field INDEXES, to access to program the 20 indexes
to the Text table.
Press OK. To select the index (31 to 50) and enter the value (3
digits) of the numeric keyboard.
To pass to the next filed press OK o ê .
000
000
000
000
Once the indexes have been programmed press ESC
5.5.2. Text table
The text table is defined below, and it also can be used as a
legend to define the item characteristics.
In this text table we program the texts shown normally in the
first column of the traceability data
MENU
4
45- TRACEABILITY
1- Products
2- Table of texts
3- Control of types
From the main page, press MENU, then press 4 to access
programming, select option 5 Traceability . The labeller will
show the Traceability submenus. Select Table of Texts 2 and
press OK.
PROGRAMACIÓN TEXTS
NUMERO DE TEXT [000]
Enter the number of texts that is going to be programmed
and pres the key OK. The labeller will go to editing mode,In
LIST
editing mode, using the multifunction keys ∆ , it is possible
to enter the characters NEW LINE and Not centering SAME
LINE).
To change between lowcase and capital letters press the key
⇑ (Shift).
Once the text is entered, press the key OK.
5
2
1
OK
PROGRAMACIÓN TEXTS
NUMERO DE TEXT [001]
LIST
01-
OK
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MISLIN
NEWLIN
From the Table of Texts menu, it is possible to show on the
display a List of all the texts programmed, by pressing the
multifunction ∆ key LIST.
Once all the texts have been programmed, press OK to
select Traceability Class Control.
ESC
MENU
45- TRACEABILITY
1- Products
2- Table of texts
3- Control of types
3
45- TRACEABILITY
1- Products
2- Table of texts
3- Control of types
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No
4
5
Do the same with all the texts.
YES
This parameter determines the way of making the control of
the Traceability classes
From the main page, press MENU, then press 4 to access
programming, select option 5 Traceability . The labeller will
show the Traceability submenus. Select Control of
Traceability Type 3 and press OK.
With the keys ← → it is possible to select YES or NO.
Press OK to validate the data.
Once all the data are programmed, press ESC for leaving
programming mode.
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5.6. Macros Programming (46)
MENU
4
6
4-Programming
3- Formats
4. Headers
5- Traceability
6- Prog. Macros
PROGR. macros
MACRO[0]
PROGR. macros
MACRO[1]
OK
PROGR. MACROS
1. Description
2. Macro Edition
OK
OK
ê
OK
CTRL
MENU,
OK, 1 ,
OK, OK.
CTRL
[1]
1- Description
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>
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MISLIN
NEWLIN
[1]
1- Description
<MACRO 1
>
CAP
MISLIN
NEWLIN
PROGR. MACROS
1. Description MACRO 1
2. Macro Edition
PROG. OF MACROS
MACRO 1
<
>
CAP CTRL
PROG. OF MACROS
MACRO 1
< MEN, INT,1,INT, INT >
CAP CTRL
OK
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The labeller LP-3000 allows to program 8 macros.
A macro is a sequence of keys that are assigned to a
function key F1,...,F8. Macro 1 is assigned to F1, macro 2 is
assigned to F2 and so on.
To access the macros programming, it is necessary to press
the key MENU, to access the main menu, then press 4 ,to
access the programming menu and 6 to access Macros
Programming.
It is necessary to enter the macro number ( 1 to 8) and press
OK , the labeller will show the menu of Macro Programming
(description and edition).
5.6.1. Description
Select the parameter description using the keys é ê and
pressing the key OK .
It is possible to enter a 24 characters description by using the
alphanumeric keyboard.
Once the description text has been pentered, it is necessary
to press the key OK .
To pass to the Macro edition, press the key ê
5.6.2. Edition of Macro
The sequence of keys of the macro is programmed in this
parameter.
To gain access to the edition of the macro it is necessary to
select the parameter Macro Edition by means of the keys é
ê and press the key OK .
In the display it will be shown the sequence of keys of the
macro.
Ejxample: Macro for labelling the article 000001.
Press CTRL until remove the indication CTRL from the
display.
In the edition line it is necessary to press the keys: MENU,
OK, 1 , OK, OK.
Press CTRL again.
Once the whole sequence has been entered, press OK to
save it.
To edit the keys OK and ESC in the macro, it is
necessary to press previously the key CTRL (the indication
CTRL dissappears from the display, because if not the key
OK records the macro and the key ESC leaves the
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MENU
4-Programming
3- Formats
4. Headers
5- Traceability
6- Prog. Macros
5.6.3. Copy Macro
From the initial display, press MENU, and the main menu will
appear on screen. Select 4 Programming, press OK , select
4
PROGR. macros
MACRO[1]
6
COPY
∆
1 – MACRO 1
COPY TO
MACRO[2]
DELETE
OK
MACRO COPIED
4
6
PROGR. macros
MACRO[1]
∆
COPY
The Macro programming menu will appear on screen.
Enter the Macro code to be copied (1 digit)
Press multifunction key ∆ COPY, and the labelling machine
will display the message COPY TO. Enter the destination
item code.
Press OK , and the labelling machine will display the
message MACRO COPIED.
5.6.4. Delete Macro
4-Programming
3- Formats
4. Headers
5- Traceability
6- Prog. Macros
MENU
6 Prog. MACROS and press OK again.
From the initial display, press MENU, and the main menu will
DELETE
appear on screen. Select 4 Programming, press OK , select
6 Prog. MACROS and press OK again.
The Macro programming menu will appear on screen.
Enter the Macro code to be deleted (1 digit)
Press multifunction key ∆ DELETE, and the labelling
machine will display the message MACRO DELETED.
MACRO DELETED
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5.7. Clients Programming.
The LP-3000 allows to program up to 1000 clients, which
data can be printed in the labesl
MENU
4
4-Programming
4. Headers
5- Traceability
6- Prog. Macros
7- Prog.Clients
7
The procedure for clients programming is the following:
Press the key MENU, to access the Main Menu, then press
the key 4 ,to access the rogramming menu and the key 7 to
access the Clients Programming.
Enter the client code and press OK.
The fields to be programmed are:
Client Name.
Adress
City.
Province.
Country
Telephone.
Fax.
ZIP Code.
Person in charge.
Route
Text.
Format Label Client.
EAN of Client.
The procedure for entering the text is the following: Press the
key OK , then the labeller will enter in texts edition mode.
The text will be entered using the alphamumeric keyboard.
In texts editing mode, using the multifunction keys ∆ , it is
possible to enter the characters NEW LINE and Not
centering SAME LINE).
To change between lowcase and capital letters press the key
tecla ⇑ (Shift).
To pass to the next field press OK o ê .
5.7.1. Client name
Text of 24 alphanumeric characters.
5.7.2. Address
Text of 24 alphanumeric characters.
5.7.3. City
Text of 24 alphanumeric characters.
5.7.4. Province
Text of 24 alphanumeric characters.
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5.7.5. Country
Text of 20 alphanumeric characters.
5.7.6. Telephone
Text of 12 alphanumeric characters.
5.7.7. Fax
Text of 12 alphanumeric characters.
5.7.8. ZIP Code
Text of 8 alphanumeric characters..
5.7.9. Person in charge
Text of 24 alphanumeric characters.
5.7.10. Route
Text of 2 alphanumeric characters.
5.7.11. Text
Text of 24 alphanumeric characters.
5.7.12. Client´s label format
Number of 2 characters.
5.7.13. Client´s EAN Code
Text of 12 alphanumeric characters. (See 5.1.11 EAN Code)
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MENU
4
7
1111
4-Programming
4. Headers
5- Traceability
6- Prog. Macros
7- Prog.Clients
PROG. CLIENTS
CODE [0000]
OK
∆ COPY
OK
CLIENTE [1111]]
COPY A
CLIENTE [2222]
5.7.14. Copy Client
From the main page, press M ENU to access programming.
Press 4 Programming and select 7 Clients programming.
The display will show the Clients Programming Menu.
Enter the code of the client to be copied ( 5 digits).
Press the multifunction key ∆ COPY, the labeller will show
message COPY TO and the code of the target client must be
entered.
Once the client has been copied, the labeller will show the
message CLIENT COPIED.
CLIENTE
COPIADO
MENU
4
7
1111
OK
∆
DELETE
∆ YES
4-Programming
4. Headers
5- Traceability
6- Prog. Macros
7- Prog.Clients
PROG. CLIENTS
CODE [1111]
CODE [1111]
DELETE CLIENTE
SUR?
SI
NO
5.7.15. Delete Client
From the main page, press M ENU to access programming.
Press 4 Programming and select 7 Clients programming.
The display will show the Clients Programming Menu.
Enter the code of the client to be deleted ( 5 digits).
Press the multifunction key ∆ DELETE, the labeller will show
the message ARE YOU SURE? and the multifunction key ∆
YES must be pressed..
Once the client has been deleted, the labeller will show the
message CLIENT DELETED.
FORMAT
BORRADO
MENU
4
5.7.16. Clients List
7
4-Programming
4. Headers
5- Traceability
6- Prog. Macros
7- Prog.Clients
From the main page, press M ENU to access programming.
Press 4 Programming and select 7 Clients programming.
The display will show the Clients Programming Menu.
∆ LIST
[0001] CLIENTE1
[0002] CLIENTE2
Press the multifunction key ∆ LIST, the labeller will show the
list of clients stored in the memory of the labeller.
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6. Configuration (5)
In this paragraph are programmed all the configuration
parameters of the section where the labeller is installed.
From the initial screen, press the key MENU, the labeller will
show the main menu. Select 5 Configuration.
MENU
5
The screen will show the menu of Configuration of the Labeller.
ê é
OK
MAIN MENU
2.Print Order
3.Article Totals
4.Programming
5. CONFIGURATION
5- CONFIGURATION
1- Date and Time
2- Global Formats
3- Date Formats
4-Printer
5
1
1
ESC
5- CONFIGURATION
1- Date and Time
2- Global Formats
3- Date Formats
4-Printer
OK
ESC
This operation allows to adjust the date and time of the
internal clock of the labeller.
6.1.1. Date
Enter the data of day, month and year and press OK to
validate the data and the arrows é ê to pass from one to
another.
Press ESC to exit.
51- CONFIG DATE/TIME
1- Date
2- Time
MENU
5
1
2
6.1. Date and Time
The programming procedure is the following:
Press MENU
Press 5 to select Configuration, press 1 to select Date and
Time.
Select 1 Date.
MENU
OK
To pass from one option to another use the keys ê and é .
To select an option press OK when this option is highlighted.
51- CONFIG DATE/TIME
1- Day
01
2- Month
11
3- Year
03
51- CONFIG DATE/TIME
1- DATE
2- TIME
6.1.2. Time
The programming procedure is the following:
Press MENU
Press 5 to select Configuration, press 1 to select Date and
Time.
Select 2 Time.
Enter the data of hour, minutes and seconds and press OK to
validate the data and the arrows é ê to pass from one to
another.
Press ESC to exit.
51- CONFIG DATE/TIME
1- Day
01
2- Month
11
3- Year
03
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6.2. Global Formats
MENU
5
2
OK
MAIN MENU
2.Print Order
3.Article Totals
4.Programming
5. CONFIGURATION
In this programming are stablished the parameters used for
the labels printing.
To access this programming the procedure is the following:
5- CONFIGURATION
1- Date and Time
2- Global Formats
3- Date Formats
4-Printer
52- CONF FORMATS
1- Format LABEL
2- Format Totals
3- Format Level 1
4-Format Level 2
Press M ENU.
Press 5 Configuration.
Press OK
Press 2 Global Formats
Press OK
To pass from one to the next, press OK or ↓
00
00
00
00
With this parameter, whose value goes from 0 to 50, you can
decide in which format by default the labels will be printed, in
such a way that if it is set at:
‘0’ ⇒ then the label will be printed in the format assigned
to each item.
If the PLU label format field has been assigned an ‘0’ then
the printing format will by default be ‘1’.
From ’1’ to ‘20’ ⇒then the format in which all item labels
will be printed will be the one selected
from among the existing pre-designed
ones, regardless of the one assigned to
each PLU when creating the items.
From ‘21’ to ‘50’ ⇒ then the format in which all item labels
will be printed will be one of those
designed, regardless of that assigned to
each PLU at the creation stage of the
items.
OK
52- CONF FORMATS
1- Format LABEL
2- Format Totals
3- Format Level 1
4-Format Level 2
6.2.1. Label format
00
00
00
00
Press OK to store the data an pass to the next.
6.2.2. Totals labels format
With this parameter, whose value goes from 0 to 50, you can
decide in which format by default the total labels will be
printed. If the value is 0 the total labels will have the same
format as the normal labels.
OK
Press OK to store the data an pass to the next.
6.2.3.
52- CONF FORMATS
1- Format LABEL
2- Format Totals
3- Format Level 1
4-Format Level 2
00
00
00
00
Format level 1
With this parameter, whose value goes from 0 to 50, you can
decide in which format by default the total labels of level 1will
be printed. If the value is 0 the total labels will have the same
format as the normal labels.
Press OK to store the data an pass to the next.
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OK
6.2.4.
52- CONF FORMATS
1- Format LABEL
2- Format Totals
3- Format Level 1
4-Format Level 2
With this parameter, whose value goes from 0 to 50, you can
decide in which format by default the total labels of level 2
will be printed. If the value is 0 the total labels will have the
same format as the normal labels.
00
00
00
00
OK
52- CONF FORMATS
2- Format Totals
3- Format Level 1
4-Format Level 2
5-Format Level 3
Format level 2
00
00
00
00
Press OK to store the data an pass to the next.
6.2.5. Format level 3
With this parameter, whose value goes from 0 to 50, you can
decide in which format by default the total labels of level 3
will be printed. If the value is 0 the total labels will have the
same format as the normal labels.
Press OK to store the data an pass to the next.
6.3. Date formats
In this parameter is selected the format to be used in the
printing of the dates.
OK
To program these formats:
MENU
5
3
Press M ENU.
Press 5 Configuration.
Press OK
Press 3 Date Formats
Press OK
To pass from one parameter to the next one, Press OK or ↓
MAIN MENU
2.Print Order
3.Article Totals
4.Programming
5. CONFIGURATION
5- CONFIGURATION
1- Date and Time
2- Global Formats
3- Date Formats
4-Printer
OK
53- CONFIG. DATE
1 - For. DATE Envasado
2 – For. DATE Best before
3 – For. DATE Extra
4- DATE Extra
For all of these parameters the possible values are:
0
00
00
00
00
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DD.MM.YY
D
Day of the week (4)
DD.MMM.YY
MMM.YY
MM.DD.YY
DD.MMM
WW D
DD-MM-YYYY
DD MMM YYYY
DDD
DD
DDD
MM
MMM
YY
YYYY
WW
Day of the month (19)
Day of the year (325)
Month (11)
Month in letter (NOV)
Year (01)
Year (2001)
Week (25)
9
YY MM DD
10
DDD/YYYY
Table 6.3
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OK o ê
OK o ê
53- CONFIG. DATE
1 - For. DATE Envasado
2 – For. DATE Best before
3 – For. DATE Extra
4- DATE Extra
53- CONFIG. DATE
1 - For. DATE Envasado
2 – For. DATE Best before
3 – For. DATE Extra
4- DATE Extra
00
00
00
00
6.3.1. Format Packing date
Select the format for packing date according to table 6.3.
To pass to the next parameter press OK or ê
6.3.2. Format Best Before
00
00
00
00
Select the format for best before date according to table 6.3.
To pass to the next parameter press OK or ê
6.3.3. Format Extra Date
OK o ê
OK o ê
53- CONFIG. DATE
1 - For. DATE Envasado
2 – For. DATE Best before
3 – For. DATE Extra
4- DATE Extra
53- CONFIG. DATE
1 - For. DATE Envasado
2 – For. DATE Best before
3 – For. DATE Extra
4- DATE Extra
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
Select the format for extra date according to table 6.3.
To pass to the next parameter press OK or ê
6.3.4. Extra Date
Field available to programme according to need; enter
number of days following date of packaging and this will be
updated automatically, or insert fixed date. Up to 6 digits can
be used for fixed date, as ddmmyy, or 4 digits as number of
days. If set to zero the Extra date will not be printed on the
label.
Press Ok to validate.
Press ESC to exit
6.4. Printer
MENU
5
4
MAIN MENU
2.Print Order
3.Article Totals
4.Programming
5. CONFIGURATION
5- CONFIGURATION
1- Date and Time
2- Global Formats
3- Date Formats
4-Printer
In this paragraph is shown the procedure for programming all
the parameters related to the printer configuration.
To program these parameters:
Press M ENU.
Press 5 Configuration.
Press OK
Press 4 Printer.
Press OK
To pass from one parameter to the next one, Press OK or ↓
6.4.1. Center texts
If set to centre automatically, all lines which are not numerical
fields ie: names and headers will be centred horizontally. If the
letter type is too big for the entire text to fit in the space
available, it will be reduced automatically to fit and the article
name will be automatically centred whatever the number of
characters it may contain. If the automatic centring option is not
chosen, long article names will be cut short at the end of the
label.
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54- CONFIG. PRINTER
1 – Centrado Texts
NO
2- mode LABEL
Manual
3- Delay
0
4 –Contrast
5
With the key à is possible to change between Centering Yes
or No.
Press OK to pass to the next parameter.
OK
è
OK
6.4.2. Label Mode
54- CONFIG. PRINTER
1 – Centrado Texts
NO
2- mode LABEL
Manual
3- Delay
0
4 –Contrast
5
This parameter allows to select the labelling mode. It is
possible to select mode: Manual, Automatic and Continuous.
Mode Manual, it is necessary to press the key OK for printing
the label.
Mode Automatic, in weighed articles, the label is printed
when the weight is stable.
Mode Continuous, it is possible to print a number of labels
continuously, with a programmable delay between them.
Pressing the key à it is possible to select the desired mode.
Press OK to pass to the next parameter.
6.4.2.1.
Manual
This labelling procedure is applicable to all types of articles.
The label will be printed by pressing the key OK
6.4.2.2.
Automatic
Ths labelling procedure is applicable only to weighed articles.
The label will be printed only when the weight is stable.
6.4.2.3.
OK
54- CONFIG. PRINTER
1 – Centrado Texts
NO
2- mode LABEL
Manual
3- Delay
0
4 –Contrast
5
54- CONFIG. PRINTER
1 – Centrado Texts
NO
2- mode LABEL
Manual
3- Delay
0
4 –Contrast
5
OK
Continuous
This labelling procedure is applicable only to non weighed
articles. It is possible to printer a number of labels
programmable with a programmable delay between them.
(see paragraph 6.4.3 Delay).
6.4.3. Delay
This parameter determines the delay in seconds between
one label and the next one in case of printing orders or series
of labels.
0. Without delay
1. Number of seconds of delay.
Press OK to pass to the next parameter.
6.4.4. Contrast
The value of this parameter (0 to 9)determines the level of
contrast of the printing.
Enter the desired value ( the default value is 5).
Press OK to pass to the next parameter.
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6.4.5. Paper Opto Detector
54- CONFIG. PRINTER
5 – Opto
6 – Output distance 80
7 – HEADER
3
8 – Type of paper
LABEL
OK
545 –TEST OPTO
1- Lectura
2 – Frontera
225
200
With this adjust is possible to indicate to the scale the value
from which the labeller consider label or back paper of labels.
Pressing the key OK is possible to see the data of reading
and Frontier.
6.4.5.1.
Is the value of the current reading of the opto-detector.
Press ê to program the frontier.
ê
ESC
6.4.5.2.
545 –TEST OPTO
1- Reading
2 – Frontier
225
200
Reading
Frontier
It must be programmed, using the numeric keys, the average
value between the reading of label and the reading of back
paper.
Press OK to pass to the next parameter
6.4.6. Exit Distance
54- CONFIG. PRINTER
5 – Opto
6 – Output distance
80
7 – HEADER
3
8 – Type of paper
LABEL
With this parameter you can adjust the printout of the label
so that on printing, it does not remain inside the printer and
can be easily removed. To change the value of this
parameter:
Enter the printout distance as a number between 0 and 100
(in general, between 50 and 60 is an acceptable value.
Press OK to pass to the next parameter
6.4.7. Heading
OK
54- CONFIG. PRINTER
5 – Opto
6 – Output distance
80
7 – Header
3
8 – Type of paper
LABEL
OK
54- CONFIG. PRINTER
5 – Opto
6 – Output distance
80
7 – Header
3
8 – Type of paper
LABEL
è
This parameter affects the printing mode of both the labels
and the receipts, and can have a value of between 0 and 3
with the meanings:
‘0’ -backspaces and does not print the header.
‘1’ -It leaves the header blank.
‘2’ -It backspaces and prints the header.
‘3’ -On printing the label, it prints the PLU’s header on the
following label.
Enter the required value as a number from 0 to 3.
Pres OK to pass to the next parameter.
NOTE: In case of use Type of Header 2
Disable the control of label in output. (see 6.4.14)
Do not use transfer, use thermal paper. (see 6.4.12)
6.4.8. Type of paper
With this parameter, you choose the type of paper with which
the label printer is going to work, that is:
Pressing the key è is possible to select continuous paper
or labels.
Press OK to pass to the next parameter.
OK
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6.4.9. Label centering
54- CONFIG. PRINTER
9 – Label Centering
10 – Dist. Opto-Head
11 –Roller Paper
12 –Roller Ribbon
00
32
YES
NO
OK
By adjusting the value of this parameter, you can shift the
label’s printing field vertically downwards, with very little
variation. It can be programmed at a value between 0 and
63, with between 30 and 30 as default value.
Enter the required value between 0 and 63.
Press OK to pass to the next parameter.
54- CONFIG. PRINTER
9 – Label Centering
00
10 – Dist. Opto-Head
32
11 –Roller Paper
YES
12 –Roller Ribbon
NO
6.4.10. Distance Opto-Thermal head
By varying the value of this parameter you can centre the
printing field of the labels in a vertical sense both upwards
and downwards achieving greater efficacy than with the
previous CENTRE LABEL parameter.
You can enter a value between 0 and 63 (by default 32). To
do so:
Enter the required value between 0 and 63.
Press OK to pass to the next parameter.
OK
6.4.11. Paper Roller
è
54- CONFIG. PRINTER
9 – Label Centering
10 – Dist. Opto-Head
11 –Roller Paper
12 –Roller Ribbon
00
32
YES
NO
Press OK to pass to the next parameter.
OK
è
This parameter enables or disables the functioning of the
paper roller for the back paper of the labels.
By pressing the key è it is possible to select the functioning
YES or NO.
54- CONFIG. PRINTER
9 – Label Centering
00
10 – Dist. Opto-Head
32
11 –Roller Paper
YES
12 –Roller Ribbon
NO
OK
6.4.12. Ribbon Roller
This parameter enables or disables the functioning of the
ribbon roller.
By pressing the key è it is possible to select the functioning
YES or NO.
Press OK to pass to the next parameter
6.4.13. Type of thermal head
è
54- CONFIG. PRINTER
11 –Roller Paper
12 –Roller Ribbon
13 –Type de Cabeza
14 –Control de salida
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YES
NO
3I
NO
This parameter allows to select the width of the thermal
head. The possible values are the following:
3 Inches
4 Inches
By pressing the key è it is possible to select the desired
width.
Press OK to pass to the next parameter
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6.4.14. Exit Control.
è
54- CONFIG. PRINTER
11 –Roller Paper
12 –Roller Ribbon
13 –Type de Cabeza
14 –Control de salida
YES
NO
3I
NO
OK
This parameter enables or disables the functioning of the
opto detector placed in the labels output, which avoids the
printing of a label if the previous one has not been removed
from the labels exit.
Pressing the key è it is possible to select Exit Control YES
or NOT.
Press OK to pass to the next parameter
ESC
Press ESC to leave the printing parameters programming.
6.4.15. Clients Mode
è
OK
54- CONFIG. PRINTER
12 –Roller Ribbon
13 –Type de Cabeza
14 –Control de salida
15 – Clients Mode
NO
3I
NO
NO
ESC
This parameter enables or disables the functioning in clients
mode.
Pressing the key è it is possible to select Clients Mode YES
or NOT.
If it is selected YES, it is necessary to select a client from the
clients listnd then all the articles labelled will be accumulated
to the selected client, so it will be possible to print a total
label for this Client. To change the customer, press F7 from
the printing display.
Press OK to validate.
Press ESC to exit Configuration.
6.4.16. Control of labels
è
OK
ESC
54- CONFIG. PRINTER
13 –Type de Cabeza
14 –Control de salida
15 – Clients Mode
16 – Control Labels
3I
NO
NO
YES
This parameter enables or disables the control of the roll of
labels.
By pressing the key è it is possible to select control of labels
YES or NO.
If the user selects YES, when a new roll of labels is placed in
the labeller, it is necessary to enter the number of labels of the
roll, so it is possible to know the number of labels available.
Press OK to validate.
Press ESC to exit to Main Menú.
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MENU
5
5
MAIN MENU
2.Print Order
3.Article Totals
4.Programming
5. CONFIGURATION
5- CONFIGURATION
5 – Counter
6 – Euro
7 - Codes
8 – Code EAN
6.5.
Counter
A numerical field of up to YESx digits can be printed on labels
and included in bar-codes, in a stand-alone capacity if required.
The counter can be preset to print different values in the
numerical order and increment rate designated in this field.
From the main page, press M ENU followed by 5 to call up the
Configuration, and then press 5 again, to program the
Counter.
Insert the start value of the counter (the value to be printed
on the first label) and the increase or decrease to be effected
between each.
Press OK after programming every one of them.
Once the parameters have been programmed, press the key
ESC to leave the programming of the counter.
6.5.1. Initial value
OK
OK
OK
55- CONF. COUNTER
1 – Initial value
000000
2 – Increasing
000000
3 – Decreasing
000000
4 – Incr totals
YES
It will be showna screen to enter the initial value of the counter
Press OK to program the next parameter.
6.5.2. Increasing
55- CONF. COUNTER
1 – Initial value
000000
2 – Increasing
000000
3 – Decreasing
000000
4 – Incr totals
YES
It will be shown the increasing value of the counter from one
label to the next.
Press OK to program the next parameter.
55- CONF. COUNTER
1 – Initial value
000000
2 – Increasing
000000
3 – Decreasing
000000
4 – Incr totals
YES
It will be shown the increasing value of the counter from one
label to the next.
Press OK to program the next parameter.
6.5.3. Decreasing
6.5.4. Increase with totals
è
OK
ESC
55- CONF. COUNTER
1 – Initial value
000000
2 – Increasing
000000
3 – Decreasing
000000
4 – Incr totals
YES
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Use this parameter to activate or deactivate increase with
totals.
Press è to select label control YES or NO.
If YES is selected, the counter will clock up when totals
labels are printed. If NO is selected, the counter will clock up
with each item label.
Press OK to confirm.
When this has been programmed, press ESC to exit to
counter data programming.
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MENU
5
6
6.6. Euro
MAIN MENU
2.Print Order
3.Article Totals
4.Programming
5. CONFIGURATION
From the initial screen, Press M ENU to enter in the main
menu, press the key 5 to enter in the Configuration
programming and the key 6 to enter in the Euro
programming.
It will be shown in the display the Euro phase and the Euro
exchange.
5- CONFIGURATION
5 – Counter
6 – Euro
7 - Codes
8 – Code EAN
56 – CONF. EURO
1 – Phase
2 – Exchange
6.6.1. Phase
2
Cambiar
CHANGE OF PHASE
CODE [0000]
∆
CHANGE
PHASE
Change of phase X a Phase Y
OK:
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The different stages of the euro are programmed.
PHASE 0: The exchange rate for the Euro is programmable.
The main currency will be that of each member country with
the EURO as a SECONDARY currency.
PHASE 1: The exchange rate for the Euro is fixed. The main
currency will be that of each member country with the EURO
as a SECONDARY currency.
PHASE 2: The main currency of each country will become
the secondary one while the EURO will become the MAIN
one in all countries.
PHASE 3: The EURO will be the YESNGLE CURRENCY.
Once the scale has been set up in the correct phase of the
EURO, it will be capable of working and issuing receipts
and/or self-adhesive labels with the amounts in EURO.
To pass from one phase to another, it is necessary to press
the multifunction key ∆ CHANGE PHASE, and then enter
the change code and press the key OK.
Phase 0 – Phase1 ⇒0 7 8 1
Phase 1 – Phase2 ⇒6 0 2 2
Phase 2 – Phase 3 ⇒9 8 0 8
Once the phase has been programmed, press ê to program
the EURO exchange.
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6.6.2. Change
OK
56 – CONF. EURO
1 – Phase
2 – Exchange
ESC
Cambiar
2
In phase 0 it is possible to program the exchange of the Euro
with the currency of the country, to do it , select the position
Change, press OK and enter the value of the exchange,
once the value has been entered, press OK again.
Press ESC to exit Configuration programming.
6.7. Codes
MENU
5
7
These codes can be printed in the labels as numeric field and
also in the bar code. The codes to be programmed are:
Worker, Manufacturer and Batch Number.
From the initial screen, Press M ENU to enter in the main
menu, press the key 5 to enter in the Configuration
programming and the key 7 to enter in the Codes
programming. The codes to be programmed are:
MAIN MENU
2.Print Order
3.Article Totals
4.Programming
5. CONFIGURATION
5- CONFIGURATION
5 – Counter
6 – Euro
7 - Codes
8 – Code EAN
6.7.1. Worker
The code of the worker ( 4 digits ) must be entered .
Press OK to pass to the next parameter.
OK
57 - CODES
1 –Operario
2 – Fabricante
57 - CODES
1 –Operario
2 – Fabricante
OK
5
8
0000
000000
6.7.2. Manufacturer
The code of the manufacturer ( 4 digits ) must be entered .
Press OK to pass to the next parameter.
6.7.3. Batch Number.
Enter the batch number as an alphanumeric code of 24
characters.
To enter the text press OK, the labeller will enter the text
edition mode.
Press ESC to exit Configuration programming.
ESC
MENU
0000
000000
MAIN MENU
2.Print Order
3.Article Totals
4.Programming
5. CONFIGURATION
5- CONFIGURATION
5 – Counter
6 – Euro
7 - Codes
8 – Code EAN
6.8. EAN Code
This parameter allows to program the Bar Code format, this
is the way in which the information of the bar code of the
labels will be printed.
They must be programmed the formats of the bar code for
the labels and total labels.
From the initial screen, Press M ENU to enter in the main
menu, press the key 5 to enter in the Configuration
programming and the key 8 to enter in the EAN Code
programming
It is possible to enter a number between 0 and 82,to select
the bar code of the labels, with the characteristics shown in
the following table.
The possible formats are shown in the next page:
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0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Content
No EAN
AABBBBBCCCCC
AABBBBBDDDDD
AABBBBBEEEEE
AABBBBBFFFFF
AABBBBBGGGGG
AAGGGGGBBBBB
ABBBBBBCCCCC
ABBBBBBDDDDD
ABBBBBBEEEEE
ABBBBBBFFFFF
AHHBBBBCCCCC
AHHBBBBDDDDD
AHHBBBBEEEEE
AHHBBBBFFFFF
AHHIIIICCCCC
AHHIIIIDDDDD
AHHIIIIEEEEE
AHHIIIIFFFFF
AAHBBBBCCCCC
AABBBBQCCCCC
AABBBBQDDDDD
AABBBBQEEEEE
AABBBBQFFFFF
AAJJJJJBBBBBB
AAJJJJJCCCCC
Cód.
30
31
32
33
34
40
41
50
51
52
53
60
61
62
63
64
70
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
80
81
82
Content
EAN 13 from Text 3 of PLU
EAN 13 from Text EAN of PLU
EAN 13 A Programable
EAN 13 B Programable
EAN 13 C Programable
UPC from Text 3 of PLU
UPC from Text EAN of PLU
EAN 8 from Text 3 of PLU
EAN 8 from Text EAN of PLU
ABBBBBB
AABBBBB
ITF 14 from Text 3 of PLU
ITF 14 from Text EAN of PLU
ITF14 A Programable
ITF 14 B Programable
ITF 14 C Programable
EAN 128 from Text EAN of PLU
EAN 128 (Text 2 of PLU)
EAN 128 (Texts 2+3 PLU)
EAN 128 (Texts 2+3+4 PLU)
EAN 128 (Texts 2+3+4+5 PLU)
EAN 128 (Texts 2+3+4+5+6 PLU)
EAN 128 (Texts 2+3+4+5+6+7 PLU)
EAN 128 (Texts 2+3+4+5+6+7+8 PLU)
EAN 128 A Programable
EAN 128 B Programable
EAN 128 C Programable
The representation of the data in the bar code are the
following:
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
EAN Header
Article code
Amount
Weight
Price
Quantity
Department
Number of sales
Manufacturer code
Worker code
M
N
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
Counter
Batch Number
Check price
Tare
Gross weight
Weight / 10
Packing date
Best before
Extra date
Price in secondary currency
Amount in secondary currency
Control digit for all that requires a
control digit, without limit on the length
of data involved in the calculation.
Valid for 00, 01, 02, 410, 411, 412, 413,
414,
Enter the value using the numeric keyboard.
To pass to the next field press OK or ê
OK
OK
58 – CONF. EAN CODE
1 - For EAN LABEL
00
2 – For EAN Totals
00
3 – For. EAN Level 1
00
4 – For EAN Levell 2
00
58 – CONF. EAN CODE
1 - For EAN LABEL
00
2 – For EAN Totals
00
3 – For. EAN Level 1
00
4 – For EAN Level 2
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The bar codes to be defined are:
6.8.1. EAN format for label
Enter the EAN Format for the labels, press OK to validate
and pass to the next parameter.
6.8.2. EAN format for total labels
Enter the EAN Format for the total labels, press OK to
validate and pass to the next parameter.
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58 – CONF. EAN CODE
1 - For EAN LABEL
00
2 – For EAN Totals
00
3 – For. EAN Level 1
00
4 – For EAN Level 2
00
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
58 – CONF. EAN CODE
1 - For EAN LABEL
00
2 – For EAN Totals
00
3 – For. EAN Level 1
00
4 – For EAN Level 2
00
58 – CONF. EAN CODE
5 - For EAN Level 3
00
6 – HEADER EAN
00
7- EAN 13-A
00
8 – EAN 13 B
00
58 – CONF. EAN CODE
5 - For EAN Level 3
00
6 – HEADER EAN
00
7- EAN 13-A
00
8 – EAN 13 B
00
58 – CONF. EAN CODE
5 - For EAN Level 3
00
6 – HEADER EAN
00
7- EAN 13-A
00
8 – EAN 13 B
00
58 – CONF. EAN CODE
5 - For EAN Level 3
00
6 – HEADER EAN
00
7- EAN 13-A
00
8 – EAN 13 B
00
58 – CONF. EAN CODE
9 – EAN 13 C
10 –EAN 128 Global A
11 - EAN 128 Global B
12 – EAN 128 Global C
OK
6.8.3. Format EAN level 1
Enter the EAN Format for the total level 1labels, press OK to
validate and pass to the next parameter.
6.8.4. Format EAN level 2
Enter the EAN Format for the total level 2 labels, press OK to
validate and pass to the next parameter.
6.8.5. Format EAN level 3
Enter the EAN Format for the total level 3 labels, press OK to
validate and pass to the next parameter.
6.8.6. EAN Header
Enter the data of the EAN Header, press OK to validate and
pass to the next parameter.
6.8.7. EAN-13 A
Enter the data of the EAN 13 A Bar Code, to do it press the
OK key to enter in edition mode and the labeller will show the
EAN edition screen, then enter the data using the
alphanumeric keyboard. The data must be programmed
according to the table of representation shown in 5.8.
Once the data have been programmed, press the key OK.
Press OK again to validate and pass to the next parameter.
00
00
00
00
6.8.8. EAN 13 B
Enter the data of the EAN 13 B Bar Code, to do it press the
OK key to enter in edition mode and the labeller will show the
EAN edition screen, then enter the data using the
alphanumeric keyboard. The data must be programmed
according to the table of representation shown in 5.8.
Once the data have been programmed, press the key OK.
Press OK again to validate and pass to the next parameter.
6.8.9. EAN-13 C
OK
OK
Enter the data of the EAN 13 C Bar Code, to do it press the
OK key to enter in edition mode and the labeller will show the
EAN edition screen, then enter the data using the
alphanumeric keyboard. The data must be programmed
according to the table of representation shown in 5.8.
Once the data have been programmed, press the key OK.
Press OK again to validate and pass to the next parameter.
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58 – CONF. EAN CODE
9 – EAN 13 C
10 –EAN 128 Global A
11 - EAN 128 Global B
12 – EAN 128 Global C
00
00
00
00
6.8.10. EAN-128 Global A
Enter the data of the EAN 128 Global A Bar Code, to do it
press the OK key to enter in edition mode and the labeller will
show the EAN edition screen, then enter the data using the
alphanumeric keyboard. The data must be programmed
according to the table of representation shown in 5.8.
Once the data have been programmed, press the key OK.
OK
58 – CONF. EAN CODE
9 – EAN 13 C
10 –EAN 128 Global A
11 - EAN 128 Global B
12 – EAN 128 Global C
Press OK again to validate and pass to the next parameter.
00
00
00
00
6.8.11. EAN-128 Global B
Enter the data of the EAN 128 Global B Bar Code, to do it
press the OK key to enter in edition mode and the labeller will
show the EAN edition screen, then enter the data using the
alphanumeric keyboard. The data must be programmed
according to the table of representation shown in 5.8.
Once the data have been programmed, press the key OK.
OK
Press OK again to validate and pass to the next parameter.
58 – CONF. EAN CODE
9 – EAN 13 C
10 –EAN 128 Global A
11 - EAN 128 Global B
12 – EAN 128 Global C
00
00
00
00
6.8.12. EAN-128 Global C
Enter the data of the EAN 128 Global C Bar Code, to do it
press the OK key to enter in edition mode and the labeller will
show the EAN edition screen, then enter the data using the
alphanumeric keyboard. The data must be programmed
according to the table of representation shown in 5.8.
Once the data have been programmed, press the key OK.
OK
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Press OK again to validate and pass to the next parameter.
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è
OK.
OK
58 – CONF. EAN CODE
12 – EAN 128 Global C
13 – ITF-14 A
14 – ITF-14 B
15 – ITF-14 C
00
00
00
00
58 – CONF. EAN CODE
12 – EAN 128 Global C
13 – ITF-14 A
14 – ITF-14 B
15 – ITF-14 C
00
00
00
00
58 – CONF. EAN CODE
12 – EAN 128 Global C
13 – ITF-14 A
14 – ITF-14 B
15 – ITF-14 C
00
00
00
00
MAIN MENU
2.Print Order
3.Article Totals
4.Programming
5. CONFIGURATION
OK
6.8.13. ITF-14 A
Enter the data of the ITF 14 A Bar Code, to do it press the
OK key to enter in edition mode and the labeller will show the
EAN edition screen, then enter the data using the
alphanumeric keyboard. The data must be programmed
according to the table of representation shown in 5.8.
Once the data have been programmed, press the key OK.
Press OK again to validate and pass to the next parameter.
6.8.14. ITF-14 B
Enter the data of the ITF 14 B Bar Code, to do it press the
OK key to enter in edition mode and the labeller will show the
EAN edition screen, then enter the data using the
alphanumeric keyboard. The data must be programmed
according to the table of representation shown in 5.8.
Once the data have been programmed, press the key OK.
Press OK again to validate and pass to the next parameter.
6.8.15. ITF-14 C
Enter the data of the ITF 14 C Bar Code, to do it press the
OK key to enter in edition mode and the labeller will show the
EAN edition screen, then enter the data using the
alphanumeric keyboard. The data must be programmed
according to the table of representation shown in 5.8.
Once the data have been programmed, press the key OK.
Press OK again to validate and pass to the next parameter.
Pulsar ES C para salir a laProgramming de
CONFIGURATION
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6.9. Automatic Totals
MENU
5
9
5 - CONFIGURATION
9 – Totals automáticos
10 – Discriminator
11- SYMBOLS
12 –Modo Orders
59 –CONF. TOTALS AUTOM.
1- mode
NO
2 –Level 1
3 –Level 2
4 –Level 3
Allows automatic printing of level 1, 2 or 3 totals labels. To
programme the level whose totals are required, insert the
number of totals labels of the previous level.
From the initial screen, Press M ENU to enter in the main
menu, press the key 5 to enter in the Configuration
programming and the key 9 to enter in the Automatic Totals
programming.
The parameters to be programmed are:
6.9.1. Mode
This parameter enables or disables the functioning of the
automatic totals. With the key è . is possible to change
between YES and NO..
Press OK to validate and pass to the next parameter.
59 –CONF. TOTALS AUTOM.
1- mode
NO
2 –Level 1
3 –Level 2
4 –Level 3
6.9.2. Level 1
Number of labels required to prompt printing of totals label of
level 1.
Press OK to validate and pass to the next parameter.
6.9.3. Level 2
59 –CONF. TOTALS AUTOM.
1- mode
NO
2 –Level 1
3 –Level 2
4 –Level 3
Number of labels required to prompt printing of totals label of
level 2.
Press OK to validate and pass to the next parameter.
6.9.4. Level 3
59 –CONF. TOTALS AUTOM.
1- mode
NO
2 –Level 1
3 –Level 2
4 –Level 3
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Number of labels required to prompt printing of totals label of
level 3.
Press OK to validate and pass to the next parameter.
Press ESC to exit to the Configuration Programming.
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6.10. Weight Discriminator
The weight discriminator controls the minimum and
maximum weights accepted by the machine for processing
and any package whose weight does not fall within these
margins will not be labelled.
MENU
5
ê
10
OK
MAIN MENU
2.Print Order
3.Article Totals
4.Programming
5. CONFIGURATION
From the initial screen, Press M ENU to enter in the main
menu, press the key 5 to enter in the Configuration
programming and the key ↓ until reach Configuration 10, (it
is also possible by pressing the key è to pass to the second
screen of the menu and pressing ê until reach Configuration
10 ) Weight Discriminator and pressing the key OK.
5 - CONFIGURATION
9 – Totals automáticos
10 – Discriminator
11- SYMBOLS
12 –Modo Orders
6.10.1. Mode
This parameter enables or disables the functioning of the
Weight Discriminator. With the key è . is possible to change
between YES and NO.
Press OK to validate and pass to the next parameter.
è
510 –DISCRIMINATOR
1- mode
2 –Weight Minimum
3 –Weight Maximum
NO
Enter min. weight in grammes to be accepted for labelling
Press OK to validate and pass to the next parameter.
OK
OK
OK
6.10.2. Minimum Weight
6.10.3. Maximum Weight
510 –DISCRIMINATOR
1- mode
2 –Weight Minimum
3 –Weight Maximum
510 –DISCRIMINATOR
1- mode
2 –Weight Minimum
3 –Weight Maximum
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NO
Enter max. weight in grammes to be accepted for labelling.
Press OK to validate and pass to the next parameter.
Press ESC to exit.
NO
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6.11. Symbols
MENU
5
ê
11
OK
MAIN MENU
2.Print Order
3.Article Totals
4.Programming
5. CONFIGURATION
5 - CONFIGURATION
9 – Totals automáticos
10 – Discriminator
11- SYMBOLS
12 –Modo Orders
The printing and position of symbols of weight, price and
amount are programmed in these parameters.
From the initial screen, Press M ENU to enter in the main
menu, press the key 5 to enter in the Configuration
programming and the key ↓ until reach Configuration 11, (it
is also possible by pressing the key è to pass to the second
screen of the menu and pressing ê until reach Configuration
11 ) Symbols and pressing the key OK.
The parameters to be programmed are:
6.11.1. Weight
è
511 –CONF. SYMBOLS
1- Símbolo de Weight
2 – Símbolo de Price
NO
3 –Símbolo de Amount
NO
This parameter allows to select the printing of the symbol of
weight. By pressing the key è it is possible to select
between printing: YES, NO or printing the symbol BEFORE
the data of weight.
Press the key OK to program the next parameter.
6.11.2. Price
OK
è
511 –CONF. SYMBOLS
1- Símbolo de Weight
2 – Símbolo de Price
NO
3 –Símbolo de Amount
NO
OK
è
OK
511 –CONF. SYMBOLS
1- Símbolo de Weight
2 – Símbolo de Price
NO
3 –Símbolo de Amount
NO
This parameter allows to select the printing of the symbol of
price. By pressing the key è it is possible to select between
printing: YES, NO or printing the symbol BEFORE the data of
price.
Press the key OK to program the next parameter.
6.11.3. Amount
This parameter allows to select the printing of the symbol of
amount. By pressing the key è it is possible to select
between printing: YES, NO or printing the symbol BEFORE
the data of amount.
Press the key OK to program the next parameter.
Press ESC to exit.
ESC
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6.12. Orders Mode
MENU
5
ê
12
OK
MAIN MENU
2.Print Order
3.Article Totals
4.Programming
5. CONFIGURATION
5 - CONFIGURATION
9 – Totals automáticos
10 – Discriminator
11- SYMBOLS
12 –Modo Orders
An order is considered to refer to a selection of articles for a
specific client.
These parameters define the operative for orders labelling.
From the initial screen, Press M ENU to enter in the main
menu, press the key 5 to enter in the Configuration
programming and the key ↓ until reach Configuration 12, (it
is also possible by pressing the key è to pass to the second
screen of the menu and pressing ê until reach Configuration
12 ) Orders mode and pressing the key OK.
The parameters to be programmed are:
12 – mode ORDERS
1 –Next Order Manual
2 – NEXT LINE
Manual
6.12.1. Next order
This parameter defines the way of labelling the articles of an
order.
With the key è it is possible to select mode MANUAL or
AUTOMATIC.
è
If AUTOMATIC Mode is selected, when an order is being
labelled, and the labelling of an article is finished, the labeller
will start automatically to label the same article in another
order.
OK
Press OK to pass to the next parameter.
12 – mode ORDERS
1 –Next Order Manual
2 – NEXT LINE
Manual
è
OK
ESC
6.12.2. Next line
This parameter defines the way of labelling the articles of an
order.
With the key è it is possible to select mode MANUAL or
AUTOMATIC.
If AUTOMATIC Mode is selected, when an order is being
labelled, and the labelling of an article is finished, the labeller
will start automatically to label the next article of the same
order.
Press OK to pass to the next parameter..
Press ESC to exit the programming.
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MENU
5
ê
13
OK
6.13. PC Communications (513)
MAIN MENU
2.Print Order
3.Article Totals
4.Programming
5. CONFIGURATION
The labellers LP-3000 allow the PC connection
programming and sending and reception of data.
5 - CONFIGURATION
11 - SYMBOLS
12 – mode Orders
13 – Comunicaciones PC
14 – Com. Periféricos
No
for
From the initial screen, Press M ENU to enter in the main
menu, press the key 5 to enter in the Configuration
programming and the key ↓ until reach Configuration 13, (it
is also possible by pressing the key è to pass to the second
screen of the menu and pressing ê until reach Configuration
13 ) PC Communications and pressing the key OK.
The parameters to be programmed are:
6.13.1. Type of Communication
è
OK
513 – COMUNIC. PC
1 – Comunicación
2 – Dirección RMS
3 – Velocidad (Bd)
4 – Bits de Datos
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9600
7
There are two possible types of communication with PC.
Serial
Ethernet
Use the keys ç .è to select the type of communication.
Once it is programmed press the key OK or the key ê to
pass to the next parameter.
6.13.2. RMS Address
OK
è
OK
è
OK
513 – COMUNIC. PC
1 – Comunicación
2 – Dirección RMS
3 – Velocidad (Bd)
4 – Bits de Datos
513 – COMUNIC. PC
1 – Comunicación
2 – Dirección RMS
3 – Velocidad (Bd)
4 – Bits de Datos
513 – COMUNIC. PC
1 – Comunicación
2 – Dirección RMS
3 – Velocidad (Bd)
4 – Bits de Datos
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9600
7
Serie
00
9600
7
Serie
00
9600
7
Enter the address of the label using the numeric keyboard.
The address is an even number from 0 to 50:
Once it is programmed press the key OK or the key ê to
pass to the next parameter.
6.13.3. Baud Rate
Enter the baudrate.
Use the keys ç .è to select the right value.
Once it is programmed press the key OK or the key ê to
pass to the next parameter..
6.13.4. Data Bits
Select the number of data bits ( 7 or 8).
Use the keys ç .è to select the right value.
Once it is programmed press the key OK or the key ê to
pass to the next parameter..
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6.13.5. Labeller IP Address
OK
010. O K
001. O K
002. O K
154 OK
∆
DIRECCIÓN IP
010.001.002.154
In this parameter it is programmed the IP address of the
labeller.
Once the parameter IP address has been selected, press the
key OK, the labeller will show the screen of IP Address
programming.
Enter the IP address in groups of three characters, pressing
the key OK after the third character.
ACTUALIZAR
Ex: 010. OK 001. O K 002. OK 154
513 – COMUNIC. PC
5 –Direcc IP LP
010.001
6 –Direcc IP PC
010.001
7 – Direcc. Ethernet 01:02:04
8 – Puerto TX TCP
3001
ACTUALIZADA
ACTUALIZAR
OK
Press the multifunction key ∆ UPDATE to record the IP
address and return to Menu. The labeller will show the
message UPDATED.
Press OK to pass to the next parameter.
6.13.6. PC IP Address
OK
010. O K
001. O K
002. O K
153 OK
∆
513 – COMUNIC. PC
5 –Direcc IP LP
010.001
6 –Direcc IP PC
010.001
7 – Direcc. Ethernet 01:02:04
8 – Puerto TX TCP
3001
DIRECCIÓN IP
010.001.002.154
ACTUALIZAR
ACTUALIZAR
OK
ACTUALIZADA
Enter the IP address of the computer where the labeller is
connected.
Once the parameter IP address PC has been selected, press
the key OK, the labeller will show the screen of IP Address
PC programming.
Enter the IP address of the PC in groups of three characters,
pressing the key OK after the third character.
Ex: 010. OK 001. O K 002. OK 154
Press the multifunction key ∆ UPDATE to record the IP
address of the PC and return to Menu. The labeller will show
the message UPDATED.
Press OK to pass to the next parameter.
6.13.7. Ethernet Address
513 – COMUNIC. PC
5 –Direcc IP LP
010.001
6 –Direcc IP PC
010.001
7 – Direcc. Ethernet 01:02:04
8 – Puerto TX TCP
3001
OK
The MAC address of the labeller is shown.
Press OK to pass to the next parameter.
DIRECCIÓN ETHERNET
010.001.002.154
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6.13.8. Port TX TCP
3001
OK
513 – COMUNIC. PC
5 –Direcc IP LP
010.001
6 –Direcc IP PC
010.001
7 – Direcc. Ethernet 01:02:04
8 – Puerto TX TCP
3001
Program the TCP Transmision Port, using the numeric
keyboard. The value must be always 3001.
Press OK to record and pass to the next parameter.
6.13.9. Port RX TCP
Program the TCP Reception Port, using the numeric
keyboard. The value must be always 3000.
3000
OK
513 – COMUNIC. PC
6 –Direcc IP LP
010.001
7 – Direcc. Ethernet 01:02:04
8 – Puerto TX TCP
3001
8 – Puerto RX TCP
3000
Press OK to record and pass to the next parameter.
6.14. Peripherals
Communication(514)
The labeller LP-3000 can be connected to different
peripherals like Indicators or Scanner, to receive the weight
or select PLUs.
The communication with the peripherals is RS-232.
MENU
5
ê
14
OK
5 - CONFIGURATION
11 - SYMBOLS
12 – mode Orders
13 – Comunicaciones PC
14 – Com. Periféricos
No
è
ESC
From the initial screen, Press M ENU to enter in the main
menu, press the key 5 to enter in the Configuration
programming and the key ↓ until reach Configuration 14, (it
is also possible by pressing the key è to pass to the second
screen of the menu and pressing ê until reach Configuration
14 ) Peripherals Communications and pressing the key OK.
Use the keys ç .è to select the peripheral to be connected.
Press ESC to exit.
The possible peripherals are:
Any
Scanner
Indicator VD
Indicator VD + Internal
Scanner Traceability
Master
Axiohm 630 series printer
6.14.1. Any.
This is the default value, any peripheral is connected.
6.14.2. Scanner
This mode will be selected to select articles from the
scanner.
6.14.2.1.
Connection
It is an RS-232 connection. The connector used will be the
connector marked as RS232.
The communications cable is the following:
LP3400 (RJ45)
Scanner (DB9)
7
6
8
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TX
GND
TX
RX
GND
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6.14.2.2.
Scanner Operative
In normal working position, when a bar code is read by a
scanner, a search is made through all those items whose
EAN SCANNER CODE corresponds to that which has been
read by the scanner. In the case of finding an item whose
EAN code corresponds, the information on this item will show
up on the screen, just as if you had pressed the key
corresponding to its PLU. In the event of not finding any item
meeting this condition, wrong code message will appear.
6.14.3. Indicator
The labeller LP3400 can receive the weight from an external
indicator. The external indicator can be a DIBAL indicator
with TISA protocol. The labeller must be configured in the
following way:
6.14.3.1.
Connection
The communication is RS-232. The characteristics of the
cable are the following.
LP3400 (RJ45)
Indicator
7
6
8
RX
TX
GND
TX
RX
GND
6.14.3.2.
Configuration of the Indicator
It is necesssary to select in the indicator, PC communication.
There are two types of PC communication
0.- The indicator sends the weight under request.
1.- The indicator send the weight at each weight conversion.
6.14.3.3.
Decimals on the display
If Display communication has been selected in peripherals'
communication, the number of decimals shown on the
display must be selected.
To do this, go to the peripherals display (M ENU 5 14 ), and
in section 2 – Decimals on Display enter the number of
decimals.
6.14.4. Indicator + Internal Weighing
The LP-3000 can work either receiving the weight from the
indicator or receiving the weight from the internal weighing
CPU.
To switch from one to another, from the main screen or from
the PLU labelling screen, it is necessary to press the key Q .
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6.14.4.1.
Decimals on the display
If Display+Internal communication has been selected in
peripherals' communication, the number of decimals shown
on the display must be selected.
To do this, go to the peripherals display (M ENU 5 14 ), and
in section 2 – Decimals on Display enter the number of
decimals.
6.14.5. Beef Traceability Scanner
The LP-3000 allows to connect a scanner for beef traceability
data reading. If the animal does not exist in the LP-3000, it is
created and if it already exists, it is selected for printing.
6.14.6. Master
The total labels are sent to a second LP-3000, which
functions as slave.
6.14.7. Axiohm 630 Series Printer
The LP-3000 can be connected to an Axiohm 630 series
printer.
After selecting the customer, a heading is automatically printed
with the following fields: customer's name, address, town, and
present date.
From the item printing display, to each level 1 totals label
printed by the machine, there are 2 lines for the name and
level 1 accumulated totals for the item.
The order printing display functions similarly, printing a
heading with the order name.
Cable characteristics are as follows:
LP-3400 (RJ45)
6
Tx
8
Printer series (DB25M)
Rx
3
GND
GND
6.14.7.1.
7
Printing of level 1 totals
If the series printer has been selected for peripherals
communication, it is possible to choose between the level 1
totals label being printed by the series printer only, or by the
series printer and the labelling machine printer head.
To do this, go to the peripherals display (M ENU 5 14 ), and
section 3 – Print Level 1 . Press è to select:
YES for the label to be printed by the series printer and the
labelling machine.
NO for the label to be printed by the series printer alone.
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6.15. Labels Repetition.
MENU
5
ê
15
OK
5 - CONFIGURATION
12 – mode Orders
13 – Comunicaciones PC
14 – Com. Periféricos
No
15 – Repetición LABELs
The LP-3000 allows to repeat article labels and total labels.
515- REPETICIÓN LABEL
1 – LABELs
00
2 – Totals
00
When this parameter is selected, the labeller shows a
submenu to select the number of labels that will be printed
automaticallyafter printing an article label or a total label.
è
From the initial screen, Press M ENU to enter in the main
menu, press the key 5 to enter in the Configuration
programming and the key ↓ until reach Configuration 15, (it
is also possible by pressing the key è to pass to the second
screen of the menu and pressing ê until reach Configuration
15 ) Labels Repetition and pressing the key OK.
Press ESC to exit.
ESC
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7. PC Data (6)
Using one of the DIBAL scales’ communication programs for
working under commonly used operating systems (MS-DOS,
MS-WINDOWS, UNIX,...), you can use the PC to do all the
tasks related to set-up as well as obtain all the data
concerning the transactions carried out by the scales for their
subsequent computer processing.
The following are the programs available:
SCALE
TYPE
UTILITY
DIBALCOM
Communications Driver
All
DIBAL RMS
Scale configuration
Store management
All
OPERATING
SYSTEM
Windows 9X,
NT, XP
Windows 9X,
NT, XP, Me
When operating, the DIBAL RMS program must always be
accompanied by the application DIBALCOM, as the latter
provides the computer with the necessary resources to
enable the communications port (COM1 or COM2 or COMX)
and set up communication with the scale.
From the initial screen, press the key MENU, the labeller will
show the main menu, then select 6 PC Data.
MENU
6
é
ê
OK
MAIN MENU
3.Article Totals
4.Programming
5. CONFIGURATION
6 –Datos PC
6 – COMUNICACIONES PC
1 –Petición de ficheros
2 – Fin de día
3 – Fin de día YESn borrado
4 –Petición de Start de Día
The labeller will show the menu of sending and reception of
data from/to PC.
To pass from an option to another use the keys ê to go down
and é to go up.
To select an option press OK when this option is highlighted.
7.1. Files Request
This operation allows you to send the all the from the
computer to the scale by means of a suitable program like
DIBAL RMS.
To do so:
MENU
6
1
∆ YES
MAIN MENU
3.Article Totals
4.Programming
5. CONFIGURATION
6 –Datos PC
6 – COMUNICACIONES PC
1 –Petición de ficheros
2 – Fin de día
3 – Fin de día YESn borrado
4 –Petición de Start de Día
PETICIÓN DE FICHEROS
SUR?
SI
NO
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From the initial screen, Press M ENU to enter in the main
menu, press the key 6 to enter in the PC Data programming,
the key 1 to enter in the Files Request.
The scale will show in the display the message FILES
REQUEST, SUR?.
With the multifuction keys ∆ it is possible to select between
YES and NO.
Once the operation has been done, press the key ESC to
leave the programming.
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7.2. End of day with deletion
MENU
6
2
∆ S
MAIN MENU
3.Article Totals
4.Programming
5. CONFIGURATION
6 –Datos PC
6 – COMUNICACIONES PC
1 –Petición de ficheros
2 – Fin de día
3 – Fin de día YESn borrado
4 –Petición de Start de Día
FIN DE DÍA CON BORRADO
SUR?
SI
NO
This operation allows you to forward the data stored in the
scale to the computer for their subsequent processing by a
suitable program like DIBAL RMS.
In addition, the totals accumulated in the different memories
throughout the day will be cleared to zero.
To do so:
From the initial screen, Press M ENU to enter in the main
menu, press the key 6 to enter in the PC Data
programming, the key 2 to enter in the Send end of
day with totals clearance.
The scale will show in the display the message END OF DAY
WITH CLEARANCE, SUR?.
With the multifuction keys ∆ it is possible to select between
YES and NO.
Once the operation has been done, press the key ESC to
leave the programming.
7.3. End of day without deletion
MENU
6
3
∆ YES
MAIN MENU
3.Article Totals
4.Programming
5. CONFIGURATION
6 –Datos PC
6 – COMUNICACIONES PC
1 –Petición de ficheros
2 – Fin de día
3 – Fin de día YESn borrado
4 –Petición de Start de Día
FIN DE DÍA YESN BORRADO
SUR?
SI
NO
MENU
6
4
∆ YES I
MAIN MENU
3.Article Totals
4.Programming
5. CONFIGURATION
6 –Datos PC
6 – COMUNICACIONES PC
1 –Petición de ficheros
2 – Fin de día
3 – Fin de día YESn borrado
4 Petición de Comienzo de Día
PETICION COMIENZO DÍA
SUR?
SI
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This operation allows you to forward the data stored in the
scale to the computer for their subsequent processing by a
suitable program like DIBAL RMS.
The totals accumulated will NOT be cleared to zero.
From the initial screen, Press M ENU to enter in the main
menu, press the key 6 to enter in the PC Data
programming, the key 3 to enter in the Send end of
day with totals clearance.
The scale will show in the display the message END OF DAY
WITHOUT CLEARANCE, SUR?.
With the multifuction keys ∆ it is possible to select between
YES and NO.
Once the operation has been done, press the key ESC to
leave the programming.
7.4. Request for day beginning
This operation allows you to send the data on receipt text,
the registering of sales assistants, section and department
names, etc. from the computer to the scale by means of a
suitable program like DIBAL RMS.
From the initial screen, Press M ENU to enter in the main
menu, press the key 6 to enter in the PC Data
programming, the key 4 to enter in the Send end of
day with totals clearance.
The scale will show in the display the message REQUEST
START OF DAY, SUR?.
With the multifuction keys ∆ it is possible to select between
YES and NO.
Once the operation has been done, press the key ESC to
leave the programming.
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MENU
7
7-TEST
1 - Counter LABELs
2 -Versiones
3 - LABEL de Test
4 - Apagado
8. TEST (7)
This operative allows to select the Test Mode in the labeller
From the initial screen, Press M ENU to enter in the main
menu, press the key 7 to enter in Test Mode.
The parameters to be programmed are the following:
8.1. Labels Counter
MENU
7
1
7-TEST COUNTER
1 - Counter LABELs
2 -Versiones
3 - LABEL de Test
4 - Apagado
This parameters allows to see the total and partial counters
of the labels printed.
From the initial screen, Press M ENU to enter in the main
menu, press the key 7 to enter in Test Mode, then press 1 to
select Labels Counter.
The partial counter can be set to zero pressing the
multifunction key in the position ∆ “TO ZERO”.
To pass from one to another press the keys ↓ ↑ and to exit
press the key ESC
ê
71-TEST COUNTER
1 - Total
000350
2 - Parcial
000020
3 – Total (m)
000005
To cero
8.1.1. Total Counter
The labeller machine will display the label printed since it
was last initiated.
Press ê to pass to the partial counter.
8.1.2. Partial Counterl
∆ TO
CERO
71-TEST COUNTER
1 - Total
000350
2 - Parcial
000020
3 – Total (m)
000005
To cero
ê
ê
71-TEST COUNTER
1 - Total
000350
2 - Parcial
000020
3 – Total (m)
000005
To cero
The labeller machine will display the label printed since the
last time the partial counter was reset.
The partial counter can be set to zero pressing the
multifunction key in the position ∆ “TO ZERO”.
Press ê to go on to total meter counter.
8.1.3. Total Metre Counter
The labeller machine will display the metres of label printed
since it was last initiated.
Press ê to go on to partial meter counter.
8.1.4. Partial Metre Counter
∆ TO
CERO
ê
ESC
71-TEST COUNTER
2 - Parcial
000020
3 – Total (m)
000005
4 –Parcial (m)
000003
To cero
71-TEST COUNTER
3 – Total (m)
000005
4 –Parcial (m)
000003
5 – Available labels
000076
To cero
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The labeller machine will display the metres of label printed
since the last time the partial counter was reset.
The partial label metre counter can be reset by pressing the
multifunction key on the partial counter ∆ , marked TO
ZERO.
Press ê to go on to the number of labels available.
8.1.5. Available labels
This indicates the number of labels available in the labelling
machine, providing the number of labels contained on the roll
is inserted when the label roll is changed.
Press ESC to exit to initial Test mode.
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8.2. Versions
MENU
7-TEST
1 - Counter LABELs
2 -Versiones
3 - LABEL de Test
4 - Apagado
This parameter allows to see the versions of the CPU´s of
the labeller.
From the initial screen, Press M ENU to enter in the main
menu, press the key 7 to enter in Test Mode, then press 2 to
select Versions.
72-TEST VERSIONES
1 - CPU
V-1.00
2 - Weight
V3 - Display
V-0.61
The software versions of the different CPU´s are shown:
1 - CPU
2 – Weight
3 – Display
7
2
To exit press the key ESC
8.3. Test Label
This parameter allows to print a test label to verify the
functioning of the labeller and verify the state of the thermal
head.
From the initial screen, Press M ENU to enter in the main
menu, press the key 7 to enter in Test Mode, then press 3 to
select Test Label, the labeller will print the test label.
Pressing the key OK it is possible to print more test labels.
MENU
7
3
7-TEST
1 - Counter LABELs
2 -Versiones
3 - LABEL de Test
4 - Apagado
Press ↓ to pass to the next parameter or press ESC to exit.
8.4. Switch Off
MENU
7
4
7-TEST
1 - Counter LABELs
2 -Versiones
3 - LABEL de Test
4 - Apagado
05
This parameter allows to program an automatic switch-off of
the labeller when there is not operation on the labeller during
the time in minutes programmed.
From the initial screen, Press M ENU to enter in the main
menu, press the key 7 to enter in Test Mode, then press 4 to
select Switch Off, and enter with the numeric keyboard the
time in minutes for automatic switch-off, press
Press ↓ or OK to pass to the next parameter or press ESC to
exit.
8.5. Articles Test
MENU
7
5
7-TEST
5 - Test PLU
6 - Ajuste de Weight
7 - Borrado Total
8 - Test LABELLER
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This parameter allows to make a test of the articles
programmed in the labeller.
From the initial screen, Press M ENU to enter in the main
menu, press the key 7 to enter in Test Mode, then press 5 to
select Articles Test. The labeller will show a message:
TESTING ARTICLES, XX ARTICLES IN MEMORY.
Press OK.
Press ↓ to pass to the next parameter or press ESC to exit.
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MENU
7
6
∆ DATOS
AJUSTE
MENU
7
6
OK
OK
OK
7-TEST
5 - Test PLU
6 - Ajuste de Weight
7 - Borrado Total
8 - Test LABELLER
8.6. Weight Adjust
76-AJUSTE DE WEIGHT
1 - Weight kg
2 - Autotare
05084
3 - Divisiones
05084
Datos Ajuste
This parameter allows to see the weight adjust data and
make a weight adjust.
From the initial screen, Press M ENU to enter in the main
menu, press the key 7 to enter in Test Mode, then press 6 to
select Weight Adjust.
The scale will show the data of weight, autotare and internal
divisions.
76A-DATOS AJUSTE
1 - AJUSTE WEIGHT
2 - AJUSTE CERO 000000
3 - LIMITE CERO
12000
4 - LECTURA FONDO 077923
5 - LE CTURA CERO 000389
It is possible also to show the internal weight adjust data of
the labeller by pressing the multifunction key ∆ ADJUST
DATA. To return to the screen of weight adjust, press OK.
The procedure for weight adjust is the following:
76-AJUSTE DE WEIGHT
1 - Weight kg
2 - Autotare
05084
3 - Divisiones
05084
Datos Ajuste
76-AJUSTE DE WEIGHT
1 - Latitud
00
2 - Altitud
0000
3 – Type de Célula
0
4 – Divisiones 1
00000
Ajuste
76-AJUSTE DE WEIGHT
1 - Latitud
00
2 - Altitud
20
3 – Type de Célula
0
4 – Divisiones 1
00000
Ajuste
76-AJUSTE DE WEIGHT
1 - Latitud
00
2 - Altitud
0000
3 – Type de Célula
0
4 – Divisiones 1
00000
Ajuste
With the labeller in the position of Weight Adjust, press the
adjust button placed on the weighing CPU.
The labeller will show the following messages, to pass from
one to another press OK or ê .
8.6.1. Latitude
It must be entered the latitude in degrees of the place where
the labeller is installed. Press OK
8.6.2. Altitude
It must be entered the altitude in meters of the place where
the labeller is installed. Press OK
8.6.3. Type of LoadCell
The type of load cell must be programmed as:
0 For models muli-interval.
1 For models multi-range.
Once the value has been entered press OK
8.6.4. Divisions 1
OK
è
76-AJUSTE DE WEIGHT
1 - Latitud
00
2 - Altitud
0000
3 – Type de Célula
0
4 – Divisiones 1
03000
Ajuste
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5 – Escalón 1
05
6 – Divisiones 2
0000
7 – Escalón 2
00
Ajuste
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Divisions of the load cell corresponding to range 1, in case of
monointerval these will be the only divisions programmed.
Once the value has been entered press OK
8.6.5. Step 1
Step of the load cell corresponding to range 1, in case of
monointerval this will be the only step programmed.
Select the value with the key è
Step
1
2
5
10
20
50
100
Once the value has been entered press OK
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8.6.6. Divisions 2
OK
76-AJUSTE DE WEIGHT
5 – Escalón 1
05
6 – Divisiones 2
0000
7 – Escalón 2
00
Ajuste
8.6.7. Step 2
76-AJUSTE DE WEIGHT
5 – Escalón 1
05
6 – Divisiones 2
0000
7 – Escalón 2
00
è
This parameter will only be programmed for multi-interval
equipment.
Divisions of the load cell corresponding to range 2.
Once the value has been entered press OK
Ajuste
This parameter will only be programmed for multi-interval
equipment.
Step of the load cell corresponding to range 2.
Select the value with the key è
Escalón
1
2
5
10
20
50
100
200
500
Once the value has been entered press OK
OK
8.6.8. Weight Calibration
Once all the values have been programmed, press the
multifunction key ∆
marked as ADJUST.Una vez
programados los valores
∆ AJUSTE
∆ YES
AJUSTE DE CERO
SUR?
SI
NO
The labeller will show a message ZERO ADJUST, remove all
the weights placed on the platform. Press the multifunction ∆
key marked as YES, the display will show during several
seconds a blinking message ZERO ADJUST.
Once the zero adjust has been done, the labeller will show a
default value for weight according to the range selected.
This value can be modified using the numeric keyboard.
Place calibrated weights on the weighing platform, with
exactly the same weight shown in the display and wait
several seconds for having this weight stable.
AJUSTE DE WEIGHT
10000
∆ YES
SI
NO
LP-3400 V-100
0.000
ERROR DE AJUSTE
The labeller will show a message WEIGHT ADJUST, remove
all the weights placed on the platform. Press the key OK to
start the weight adjust , the display will show during several
seconds a blinking message WEIGHT ADJUST.
Once the weight adjust has been performed, the scale will
return to the initial test YEStuation.
In an error occurs during the adjust, the labeller will show a
message ADJUST ERROR. To remove this error, press
again the adjust button and restart the weight adjust
procedure.
Press ↓ to pass to the next parameter or press ESC to exit.
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MENU
7
7
8.7. Total Deletion
7-TEST
5 - Test PLU
6 - Ajuste de Weight
7 - Start Total
8 - Test LABELLER
77 –Start Total
1 – Datos por defecto
2 – Start Total
This parameter allows to make an initialisation (total deletion)
of the labeller or a setting of the data to the default values.
From the initial screen, Press M ENU to enter in the main
menu, press the key 7 to enter in Test Mode, then press 7 to
select Initialisation.
There are two possibilities:
8.7.1. Default Data
MENU
7
7
77 –Start Total
1 – Datos por defecto
2 – Start Total
1
The programmable data of the labeller will be set to their
default values.
From the initial screen, Press M ENU to enter in the main
menu, press the key 7 to enter in Test Mode, then press 7 to
select Initialisation, select 1 Default Data.
The scale will show a message DEFAULT DATA, SUR?.
∆ YES
DATOS POR DEFECTO
SUR?
SI
NO
By pressing the multifunction key YES, the programmable
data of the scale will be set to the default values. The scale
will show a blinking message DEFAULT VALUES.
Press ↓ to pass to the next parameter or press ESC to exit.
8.7.2. Total Deletion of the labeller
MENU
7
7
All the programmable dataon the labeller will be deleted.
77 - BORRADO TOTAL
1 - VALORES POR DEFECTO
2 - BORRADO TOTAL
2
∆ YES
From the initial screen, Press M ENU to enter in the main
menu, press the key 7 to enter in Test Mode, then press 7 to
select Initialisation, select 2 Total Deletion.
BIRRADO TOTAL
SUR?
The scale will show a message TOTAL DELETION, SUR?.
SI
By pressing the multifunction key YES, the programmable
data of the scale will be set to the default values. The scale
will show a blinking message TOTAL DELETION.
NO
BIRRADO TOTAL
Press ↓ to pass to the next parameter or press ESC to exit.
ESC
After a total deletion it is necessary to create again all the
PLU´s, label formats, headers, etc...
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8.8. Machine test
This paragraph allows to make a test of the labeller
functioning.
MENU
7
8
7-TEST
5 - Test PLU
6 - Ajuste de Weight
7 - Borrado Total
8 - Test LABELLER
From the main screen press MENU to enter in programming
mode, select 7 Test and press 8 to select Labeller Test.
The parameters to be programmed are:
8.8.1. Keyboard Test
It is possible to make a keyboard test.
MENU
7
8
78-TEST LABELLER
1 - TEST TECLADO
2 - TEST EEPROM
3 - TEST RAM
1
TEST TECLADO
ESC
ESC
MENU
7
8
78-TEST LABELLER
1 - TEST TECLADO
2 - TEST EEPROM
3 - TEST RAM
2
ESC
MENU
7
TEST EEPROM
OK
78-TEST LABELLER
1 - TEST TECLADO
2 - TEST EEPROM
3 - TEST RAM
8
3
TEST RAM
OK
ESC
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From the main screen press MENU to enter in programming
mode, select 7 Test and press 8 to select Labeller Test.
Select 1 Keyboard Test.
When a key is pressed, its function is shown in the display.
Press ESC to finish the keyboard.
Press ESC to exit Test.
La LABELLER mostrará un mensaje, TEST DE TECLADO, y
al pulsar cada una de las teclas, se mostrará su indicación en
el display.
Pulsar ESC para finalizar el test de teclado.
Pulsar ESC de nuevo para salir de Test.
8.8.2. EEPROM Test
It is possible to make a functional test of the EEPROM
Memory.
From the main screen press MENU to enter in programming
mode, select 7 Test and press 8 to select Labeller Test.
Select 2 EEPROM Test..
The labeller will show a message OK if the test is OK or error if
there is a problem.
Press ESC to exit Test.
8.8.3. RAM Test
It is possible to make a functional test of the RAM Memoy.
From the main screen press MENU to enter in programming
mode, select 7 Test and press 8 to select Labeller Test.
Select 3 RAM Test.
The labeller will show a message OK if the test is OK or error if
there is a problem.
Press ESC to exit Test.
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7
78-TEST LABELLER
4 - TEST CF
5 - TEST ETHERNET
6 – TEST RS-422
8
4
TEST COMPACT FLASH
OK
8.8.4. COMPACT FLASH Test
It is possible to make a functional test of the COMPACT
FLASH.
From the main screen press MENU to enter in programming
mode, select 7 Test and press 8 to select Labeller Test.
Select 4 COMPACT FLASH Test.
The labeller will show a message OK if the test is OK or error if
there is a problem.
Press ESC to exit Test.
8.8.5. ETHERNET Test
ESC
MENU
7
78-TEST LABELLER
4 - TEST CF
5 - TEST ETHERNET
6 – TEST RS-422
8
5
TEST ETHERNET
OK
It is possible to make a test of the Ethernet Communications
Channel.
From the main screen press MENU to enter in programming
mode, select 7 Test and press 8 to select Labeller Test.
Select 5 ETHERNET Test..
It is necessary to make a junction between the pins of the
Ethernet connector.)
Once the test is finished the labeller will show a message OK
or ERROR..
Press ESC to exit Test.
8.8.6. RS-422 Test
ESC
MENU
7
8
78-TEST LABELLER
4 - TEST CF
5 - TEST ETHERNET
6 – TEST RS-422
It is possible to make a test of the RS-422 Communications
Channel.
From the main screen press MENU to enter in programming
mode, select 7 Test and press 8 to select Labeller Test.
Select 6 RS-422 Test..
It is necessary to make a junction between the pins of the RS422connector.)
Once the test is finished the labeller will show a message OK
or ERROR..
Press ESC to exit Test.
6
TEST RS-422
OK
ESC
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8.8.7. RS-232 Test
MENU
7
8
78-TEST LABELLER
7 - TEST RS-232
8 - TEST DE I / O
9 – TEST DE CAJÓN
7
TEST RS-232
OK
It is possible to make a test of the RS-232 Communications
Channel.
From the main screen press MENU to enter in programming
mode, select 7 Test and press 8 to select Labeller Test.
Select 7 RS-232 Test..
It is necessary to make a junction between the pins of the RS232 connector.)
Once the test is finished the labeller will show a message OK
or ERROR..
Press ESC to exit Test.
ESC
8.8.8. Inputs/Outputs Test
The labeller LP-3000 allows to make a functional test of the
inputs outputs.
MENU
7
78-TEST LABELLER
7 - TEST RS-232
8 - TEST DE I / O
9 – TEST DE CAJÓN
8
8
TEST I / O
OK
From the main screen press MENU to enter in programming
mode, select 7 Test and press 8 to select Labeller Test.
Select 8 INPUTS/OUTPUTS Test.
It is necessary to make a junction between the pins of the I/O
connector.)
Once the test is finished the labeller will show a message OK
or ERROR..
Press ESC to exit Test.
ESC
8.8.9. Cash Drawer Test
The labeller allows to make a test of the 24V output.
MENU
7
78-TEST LABELLER
7 - TEST RS-232
8 - TEST DE I / O
9 – TEST DE CAJÓN
8
9
From the main screen press MENU to enter in programming
mode, select 7 Test and press 8 to select Labeller Test.
Select 9 Cash Drawer Test..
Press ESC to exit Test.
TEST CAJÓN
OK
ESC
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8.8.10. ADC Test
The LP-3000 allows to make a test of the printing elements.
MENU
7
8
78-TEST LABELLER
9 - TEST CAJON
10 - TEST ADC
11 - TEST MOTORES
ê
10
ESC
MENU
7
TEST ADC
TEMP. CABEZA = 242
RIBBON =
255
SALIDA =
000
PAPER =
225
From the main screen press MENU to enter in programming
mode, select 7 Test and press 8 to select Labeller Test.
Press ê until reach 10 ADC Test, and press OK
It will be shown the data of:
• Thermal head Temperature.
• Ribbon Detection.
• Detection of exit label
• Detection of paper ( label or back paper)
Press ESC to exit. Test
8.8.11. Motors Test
8
3
MENU
7
8
From the main screen press MENU to enter in programming
mode, select 7 Test and press 8 to select Labeller Test.
Press ê until reach 11 Motors test, press OK.
78-TEST LABELLER
9 - TEST CAJON
10 - ADC TEST
11 - TEST MOTORES
11
It is possible to test the motors of :
• Printing,
• Paper roller
• Ribbon.
Use the keys ê é to highlight the motor and y press è to
switch between YES and NO ( YES= Motor ON, NO= Motor
OFF):
783-TEST MOTORES
1 - Motor Printer
NO
2 - Motor Roller
NO
3 - Motor Ribbon
NO
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9. Clients Totals
This parameter allows to select the client which totals will be
shown in the display or printed.
10. Selection of Clients
This parameter allows to select the client used to work in
client mode, so all the articles labelled will be accumulated to
this client.
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11. ANNEX
11.1. Change of paper roll in the
labeller
Open the YESde door of the labeller.
Once the door is open, turn the lever (1) anti-clockwise, to release the paper.
Remove the clip (2) which holds the remaining back paper, placed in the roller
Remove the remaining back paper.
Release the lever (3) which holds the paper roll and remove the empty roll.
Place the new roll of paper and hold it with the lever (3)
Remove several labels from the befinning of the roll.
Pass the paper under the roller (4 ), through the slot marked as LABEL(5).
Pass the paper through the low YESde (6) until reach the picker and hold it with the clip(2), turn the
clip manually until extract the first label.
Adjust the horizontal position of the label to avoid the mouvementby means of the element (9)
Turn the green lever (1) eclockwise to hold the paper.
Depending of the type of label ,adjust the position of the paper detector by turning the green knob
(7).
1
7
9
3
6
5
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11.2. Change of Ribbon (Models with Transfer)
Open the YESde door of the labeller.
Once the door is open, turn the lever (1) anti-clockwise, to release the ribbon..
Remove the ribbon roll (2)
Place the new ribbon roll in its holder (3).
Pass the ribbon under the roller (4 ), through the slot marked as RIBBON(5).
Pass the paper through the upper YESde (6), over the roller (7) until reach the ribbon roller.
Fix the ribbon with its adhesive in the ribbon roller(2)
Turn the green lever (1) clockwise to hold the paper.
3
2
1
6
4
5
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11.3. Connectors
The connectors of the labeller are the following:
11.3.1. Communications
The communication connectors are the following:
Connector marked as ETHERNET
ETHERNET Communication
Connector marked as: RS-232
Telecharge
Connection to Peripherals
Connector marked as: PC
Connection PC RS-422
Masters Network
Connector marked as: Scale/Modem
Connection to Modem
Head Master to PC (232)
Connector marked as: Cash Drawer
Cash Drawer
11.3.2. Inputs/Outputs and Console
The labeller has two connectors of Inputs(Outputs and a
connector for the console.
Inputs
Outputs
Consola
11.3.3. Load Cell (models with weighing)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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11.4. TROUBLESHOOTING
DIBAL LP-3000 labelling machines carry out a test to check
for anomalies when switched on.
The error messages the labelling machine emits on coming
across a problem will tell you its cause.
Below is a list of the more frequent problems and error
messages as well as how to tackle the said problems.
11.4.1. 10.7.1 Problems with weight
The following problem error messages may arise with regard
to weighing:
ZERO ERROR
• Ensure the weighing dish is free.
• Ensure no object is in contact with the dish.
NEGATIVE WEIGHT
• Restart the machine, while ensuring the weighing
platform is empty.
THE LP-3000 BLOCKS
• Switch the labelling machine with the platform off and
then on again.
THE LP-3000 DOES NOT WEIGH CORRECTLY
• Check the dish, and turn the labelling machine off and on
again.
• Make sure the platform is not in contact with anything.
THERE IS NO WEIGHT ON THE DISH AND YET THE
WEIGHT VALUE IS NOT ZERO
• Press the reset key
• Make sure the platform is not in contact with anything.
11.4.2. Communication errors
The main problems and error messages referring to
communication are as follows:
COMMUNICATIONS ERROR
• Check the
communication
connected.
cables
are
properly
THE LP-3000 DOES NOT COMMUNICATE WITH the
ORDENADOR
• Check the connections in the LP-3000 and the junction
boxes.
• Check the set-up and MASTER address
• Check the type of communication( Serial or Ethernet)
• Check the communications parameters
• Check the Ethernet setings.
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11.4.3. Problems with items
The following error messages and problems can arise in
relation to the programming and use of PLU’s:
THE ITEM DOES NOT DISPLAY
• The direct key pressed was not programmed with any
particular P.L.U.
THE AMOUNT IN EURO DOES NOT DISPLAY
• Check the current stage of the euro.
11.4.4. Printing problems
The following problems and error messages may arise in
relation to the printing of receipts and self-adhesive labels:
THE QUALITY OF THE PRINTING IS NOT UP TO
STANDARD
• Adjust the parameters for contrast in the printer.
• Wipe the thermal head with a dry cloth.
THE LABEL IS NOT PRINTED
• Register the sales assistants.
• Check that the selected item is registered.
• Check that the labelling machine is correctly set-up.
• Check that the thermal YESde of the paper is in contact
with the head and not the other way around.
• Check that the thermal head is in contact with the paper.
• Check that the ribbon is properly placed.
THE LABEL IS NOT PRINTED IN THE REQUIRED
FORMAT
• Check the label format and YESze
• Check the overall format of the label
THE EURO FIELD IS EITHER INCORRECT OR FAILS TO
APPEAR
• Check the current stage of the EURO.
PAPER ERROR
• Change the paper reel.
• Modify the position of the Optocoupler.
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11.5. ADVICE FOR MAINTENANCE &
CARE OF THE LP-3000
Following this advice will help keep your labelling machine in
perfect condition and ensure maximum performance and
durability.
1. Never place weights in excess of that of the maximum
range on the platform.
2. Ensure any product weighing in excess of one YESxth of
that of the scale maximum setting is placed gently on the
weighing platform.
3. Do not subject the platform to lateral stress.
4. Always keep the keyboard and platform clean. Never use
water to clean the LP-3000’s different parts. Use a dry
cloth (or an adequate cleaning agent).
5. Do not handle the labelling machine’s printer while the
former is switched on.
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11.6. KEYBOARD DESCRIPTION
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11.7. STANDARD INGREDIENTS
CODES.
0000
0001
0002
0003
0004
0005
0006
0007
0008
0009
0010
0011
0012
0013
0014
0015
0016
0017
0018
0019
0020
0021
0022
0023
0024
0025
0026
0027
0028
0029
0030
0031
0032
0033
0034
0035
0036
0037
0038
0039
0040
0041
0042
0043
0044
0045
0046
0047
0048
0049
0050
0051
0052
0053
0054
0055
0200
0201
0202
0203
0204
0205
0206
0207
0208
0209
0210
0211
0212
0213
0214
0215
0216
0217
0218
0219
0220
0221
0222
0223
0224
0225
0226
0227
0228
0229
0230
ACETIC ACID
ACID CALCIUM PHOSPHATE
ACID SODIUM
ACIDIFIER
ACIDIFIERS
ACIDIFIERS:
ACIDITY REGULATOR
ACIDS
ACIDULANTS
ADDITIVES
ADDITIVES:
AGLUTINANT
AGLUTINANTS:
ALBUMIN
ALCOHOL
ALKALINIZER
ALKALINIZERS
ALKALINZERS:
ALMONDS
AMMONIA BICARBONATE
AMMONIUM CARBONATE
ANCHOVIES
ANIMAL FAT
ANIMAL FATS
ANIMAL FATS:
ANIMAL PROTEIN
ANISEED
ANISEED SPIRITS
ANTIAGLUTINANTS
ANTIAGLUTINANTS:
ANTIAGLUTINENT
ANTICOAGULANT
ANTICOAGULANTS
ANTICOAGULANTS:
ANTIOXIDANT
ANTIOXIDANTS:
APPLE
APPLE EXTRACT
APPLES
APRICOTS
AROMAS
AROMATIC AGENTS
AROMATIC AGENTS:
ARTICHOKES
ARTIFICIAL
ARTIFICIAL AROMA
ARTIFICIAL AROMAS
ARTIFICIAL AROMAS:
ARTIFICIAL SWEETENER
ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS
ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS:
ARTIFICIALS
ASCORBIC ACID
ASPARAGUS
ASPARAGUS STEMS
AUBERGINES
BACON
BANANA
BANANAS
BARLEY
BARLEY GERM
BATTER
BAY LEAF
BEANS
BEANS:
BECHAMEL SAUCE
BEEF
BEEF DRIPPING
BEEF & ONION SEASONING
BEEF / LAMB`S FAT
BEER
BEETROOT
BELLY
BICARBONATE
BISCUIT
BISCUITS
BLACK PEPPER
BLACK PUDDING
BLACKBERRIES
BLACKBERRY EXTRACT
BLOOD
BOILED EGG
BRAN
BRANDY
BRAZIL NUTS
BREAD
BREADCRUMBS
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0232
0233
0234
0235
0300
0301
0302
0303
0304
0305
0306
0307
0308
0309
0310
0311
0312
0313
0314
0315
0316
0317
0318
0319
0320
0321
0322
0323
0324
0325
0326
0327
0328
0329
0330
0331
0332
0333
0334
0335
0336
0337
0338
0339
0340
0341
0342
0343
0344
0345
0346
0347
0348
0349
0350
0351
0352
0353
0354
0355
0356
0357
0358
0359
0360
0361
0362
0363
0364
0365
0366
0367
0368
0369
0370
0371
0372
0373
0374
0375
0376
0377
0378
0500
0501
0502
BROAD BEANS
BROWN BREAD
BROWN SUGAR
BUTTER
BEST BEFORE
CABBAGE
CAFFEINE
CAKE
CALCIUM
CALCIUM CARBONATE
CAMOMILE TEA
CANE SUGAR
CAPSANTHIN
CARAMEL
CARBONATES
CARBONIC WATER
CAROB BEANS
CARROT
CARROT JUICE
CARROTS
CASEIN
CASEINATES
CAULIFLOWER
CELERY
CELLULOSE
CEREAL
CEREALS
CHEDDAR CHEESE
CHEESE
CHERRIES
CHERRY
CHESTNUTS
CHICK PEAS
CHICKEN
CHICKEN BREAST
CHICKEN LIVER
CHILLI BEANS
CHILLI POWDER
CHILLIES
CHIVES
CHLORIDE
CHOCOLATE
CHOCOLATE GLACE
CHOCOLATE SUBSTITUTE
CIDER
CINNAMON
CITRIC ACID
COCHINEAL
COCKLE
COCOA
COCONUT
COFFEE
COGNAC
COLOMBIA
COLOUR
COLOURANTS
COMPOSITION
CONCENTRATE
CONDIMENTS
CONFITURE
CONSERVANTS
CONSERVATOR
CONSERVATORS
CONSERVATORS:
CONTAINS
CORIANDER
CORN
CORN GERM
CORN OIL
CORNFLOUR
CORNSTARCH
COTTAGE CHEES E
COURGETTE
COW`S MILK
CRAB
CREAM
CREAM CHEESE
CRUMB
CUCUMBER
CUMIN
CURCUMIN
CURED CHEESE
CURRANTS
CUSTARD
DAMSONS
DATES
DEHYDRATED EGG
0503
0504
0505
0506
0507
0508
0509
0510
0511
0512
0513
0514
0515
0600
0601
0602
0603
0604
0605
0606
0607
0608
0609
0610
0611
0612
0613
0614
0615
0616
0617
0618
0619
0620
0621
0622
0623
0624
0625
0626
0627
0628
0629
0630
0631
0632
0633
0634
0635
0636
0637
0638
0639
0640
0641
0642
0643
0644
0645
0646
0647
0648
0649
0650
0651
0652
0653
0654
0655
0656
0657
0658
0659
0660
0661
0662
0663
0664
0665
0666
0667
0668
0669
0670
0671
0672
0673
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DEXTROSE
DILL
DOUGH
DRIED GLUCOSE SYRUP
DRIED PEPPER
DRIED PRUNES
DRIED SKIMMED MILK
DRIED SMOKED SALMON
DRIED SOY SAUCE
DRIED TOMATO
DUCK
DUCK`S BREAST
DUCK`S LIVER
EDIBLE FATS
EELS
EGG
EGG WHITE
EGG YOLK
EGG YOLKS
EGGS
EMULGENTS
EMULGENTS:
EMULSIFIER (E-466)
ENHANCED AROMA
ENHANCED AROMAS
ENHANCED AROMAS:
ENZYMES BRINE
ENZYMES:
ESSENCE
E-100
E-101
E-102
E-104
E-110
E-120
E-122
E-123
E-124
E-127
E-131
E-132
E-140
E-141
E-142
E-150
E-151
E-153
E-160(a)
E-160(b)
E-160(d)
E-160(e)
E-160(f)
E-161
E-161(a)
E-161(b)
E-161(c)
E-161(d)
E-161(e)
E-161(f)
E-161(g)
E-162
E-163
E-170
E-171
E-172
E-173
E-174
E-175
E-200
E-201
E-202
E-203
E-210
E-211
E-212
E-213
E-214
E-215
E-216
E-217
E-218
E-219
E-220
E-221
E-222
E-223
E-224
0674
0675
0676
0677
0678
0679
0680
0681
0682
0683
0684
0685
0686
0687
0688
0689
0690
0691
0692
0693
0694
0695
0696
0697
0698
0699
0700
0701
0702
0703
0704
0705
0706
0707
0708
0709
0710
0711
0712
0713
0714
0715
0716
0717
0718
0719
0720
0721
0722
0723
0724
0725
0726
0727
0728
0729
0730
0731
0732
0733
0734
0735
0736
0737
0738
0739
0740
0741
0742
0743
0744
0745
0746
0747
0748
0749
0750
0751
0752
0753
0754
0755
0756
0900
0901
0902
0903
E-226
E-249
E-250
E-251
E-252
E-260
E-261
E-262
E-263
E-270
E-280
E-281
E-282
E-283
E-290
E-300
E-301
E-302
E-303
E-304
E-306
E-307
E-308
E-309
E-310
E-311
E-312
E-320
E-321
E-322
E-325
E-326
E-327
E-330
E-331
E-332
E-333
E-334
E-335
E-336
E-337
E-338
E-339
E-339(i)
E-340
E-340(i)
E-341
E-400
E-401
E-402
E-403
E-404
E-405
E-406
E-407
E-410
E-412
E-413
E-414
E-415
E-420
E-421
E-422
E-440
E-450
E-450(a)
E-450(i)
E-460
E-461
E-463
E-464
E-465
E-466
E-470
E-471
E-472
E-473
E-474
E-475
E-477
E-481
E-482
E-483
FAT
FATS
FIBRE
FIG
USER’S MANUAL
0904 FIGS
0905 FISH
0906 FISH ESSENCE
0907 FISH EXTRACT
0908 FISH FUMET
0909 FLAKY PASTRY
0910 FLAVOUR ENHANCER
0911 FLAVOURING
0912 FLOUR
0913 FRESH ONION
0914 FRUCTOSE
0915 FRUIT
0916 FRUIT EXTRACT
0917 FRUIT NECTAR
0918 FRUITS
1000 GALACTOSE
1001 GARLIC
1002 GARLIC EXTRACT
1003 GASIFIER
1004 GASIFIERS
1005 GASIFIERS:
1006 GELATINE
1007 GELIFIER
1008 GELIFIERS
1009 GELIFIERS:
1010 GHERKINS
1011 GINGER
1012 GLACEED
1013 GLUCOSE
1014 GLUCOSE SYRUP
1015 GLYCERINE
1016 GLYCERINES
1017 GOAT`S CHEESE
1018 GOAT`S MILK
1019 GOOSE
1020 GOOSE LIVER
1021 GRAPE JUICE
1022 GRAPEFRUIT
1023 GRAPEFRUIT JUICE
1024 GRAPES
1025 GREEN BEANS
1026 GREEN CHILLI PEPPERS
1027 GREEN PEPPERS
1028 GRENADINE
1029 GROUPER
1030 GUAR GUM
1100 HAKE
1101 HAM
1102 HARD BOILED EGG
1103 HARDENER
1104 HARDENERS
1105 HARDENERS:
1106 HAZELNUTS
1107 HERBS
1108 HERBS:
1109 HERRING
1110 HONEY
1111 HUMECTANT
1112 HUMECTANTS
1113 HYDROGENATED VEGETABLE
OIL
1114 HYDROLIZED
1115 HYDROLYSED VEGETABLE
PROTEIN
1116 HYDROL. PROTEINS
1117 H-3243
1118 H-3246
1119 H-3247
1120 H-3250
1121 H-4381
1122 H-4382
1123 H-4383
1124 H-4384
1125 H-4385
1126 H-4386
1127 H-4387
1128 H-4388
1129 H-4389
1130 H-4390
1131 H-4391
1132 H-4392
1133 H-4393
1134 H-4394
1135 H-4395
1136 H-4421
1137 H-4422
1138 H-4423
1139 H-4424
1140 H-4425
1141 H-4435
1142 H-4436
1143 H-4437
1144 H-4438
1145 H-4439
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1147
1148
1149
1150
1151
1152
1153
1154
1155
1156
1157
1158
1159
1160
1161
1162
1163
1164
1165
1166
1167
1168
1169
1170
1171
1172
1173
1174
1175
1176
1177
1178
1179
1180
1181
1182
1183
1184
1185
1186
1187
1188
1189
1190
1191
1192
1193
1194
1195
1196
1197
1198
1199
1200
1201
1202
1203
1204
1205
1206
1207
1208
1209
1210
1211
1212
1213
1214
1215
1300
1301
1302
1303
1400
1401
1402
1500
1501
1502
1503
1504
1505
1600
1601
1602
1603
1604
1605
1606
1607
1608
1609
1610
H-4440
H-4511
H-4512
H-4521
H-5514
H-5801
H-5804
H-5805
H-5810
H-5812
H-5813
H-5814
H-5816
H-5817
H-6880
H-6881
H-6882
H-6884
H-6886
H-6887
H-7034
H-7093
H-7103
H-7120
H-7170
H-7171
H-7172
H-7173
H-7174
H-7175
H-7176
H-7177
H-7194
H-7198
H-7199
H-7217
H-7218
H-8001
H-8002
H-8006
H-8016
H-8020
H-8030
H-8036
H-8050
H-8051
H-8052
H-8053
H-8058
H-8066
H-8080
H-8085
H-8086
H-8110
H-8131
H-8140
H-8162
H-8186
H-9845
H-10056
H-10062
H-10068
H-11061
H-11091
H-11106
H-11134
H-11135
H-11181
H-11182
H-11185
INGREDIENTS
INGREDIENTS:
INTRIFICANTS
IRON
JELLIED FRUIT
JELLY
JUICES
KIDNEY BEANS
KIPPER
KIPPERS
KIWI
KEEP REFRIGERATED
KILO
LACTEOUS
LACTOFLAVINE
LAMB
LAMB`/ PORK`S FAT
LEAN
LEAN BEEF
LEAN PORK
LECITHIN
LEEK
LEEKS
LEMON
1611
1612
1613
1614
1615
1616
1617
1618
1619
1620
1621
1622
1800
1801
1802
1803
1804
1805
1806
1807
1808
1809
1810
1811
1812
1813
1814
1815
1816
1817
1818
1819
1820
1821
1822
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829
1830
1831
1832
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2100
2101
2102
2103
2104
2105
2106
2107
2108
2109
2110
2111
2112
2113
2114
2115
2116
2200
2201
2202
2203
2204
2205
2206
2207
2208
2209
2210
2211
2212
2213
2214
2215
2216
82
LEMON EXTRACT
LEMON JUICE
LEMONS
LENTILS
LETTUCE
LIGHT SAUCE
LIME
LINSEED
LIQUEUR
LIQUID CARAMEL
LIQUORICE
LIVER
MACARONI
MACKEREL
MAGNESIUM
MALT
MALT GERM
MALT VINEGAR
MALTODEXTRIN
MANDARIN
MANDARINS
MANGANESE
MARGARINE
MARZIPAN
MAYONNAISE
MEAT
MEAT EXTRACT
MELTED CHEESE
MERINGUE
MILK
MILK PRODUCTS
MINERAL
MINERAL WATER
MINERALS
MINT
MODIFIED STARCH
MODIFIER
MOD. ORGANOLEPTIC
MOLASSES
MONOSODIUM GLUTAMATE
MOZZARELLA CHEESE
MUSHROOMS
MUSSELS
MUSTARD
MUSTAR D SEEDS
NATURAL AROMA
NATURAL AROMAS
NATURAL AROMAS:
NATURAL JUICES
NATURAL SKINS
NATURAL SPICES
NATURAL SWEETENER
NATURAL SWEETENERS
NATURAL SWEETENERS:
NECTAR
NEUTRALISER
NEUTRALISERS
NEUTRALISERS:
NITRIFICANTS:
NOODLES
OATGERM
OATS
OIL
OLIVE OIL
OLIVES
ONION
ORANGE
ORANGE BRANDY
ORANGE EXTRACT
ORANGE JUICE
ORANGES
OREGANO
ORGANOLEPTIC MODIFIER
OX TONGUE
OXYGENATED WATER
OYSTERINE
OYSTERS
PAPRIKA
PARMESAN CHEESE
PARMESAN CHEESE POWDER
PARSLEY
PARTRIDGE
PARTRIDGES
PASTA
PEACH
PEACH BRANDY
PEACH JUICE
PEACHES
PEANUT BUTTER
PEANUTS
PEAR
PEAR JUICE
PEARS
PEAS
2217 PEPPER
2218 PEPPERS
2219 PH REGULATOR
2220 PHEASANT
2221 PHOSPHATE
2222 PHOSPHATES
2223 PHOSPHOROUS
2224 PIG`S LIVER
2225 PIG`S TROTTERS
2226 PIGEON
2227 PINE KERNAL NUTS
2228 PINEAPPLE
2229 PINEAPPLE JUICE
2230 PISTACHIOS
2231 POLYPHOSPHATES
2232 PORK
2233 PORK FAT
2234 PORK RIBS
2235 PORT WINE
2236 POTASSIUM
2237 POTASSIUM NITRATE
2238 POTASSIUM SORBATE
2239 POTATO
2240 POTATOES
2241 POWDERED SKIMMED MILK
2242 POWDERED SKIMMED
YOGHURT
2243 POWDERED WHOLE EGG
2244 POWDERED YOGGHURT
2245 PRAWN EXTRACT
2246 PRAWNS
2247 PRESERVATIVE
2248 PRESERVATIVES
2249 PRESERVATIVES:
2250 PROTEINS
2251 PUMPKIN
2252 PUREE
2253 PACKED DATE
2254 PRICE
2500 RABBIT
2501 RAISING AGENT
2502 RAISINS
2503 RASPBERRIES
2504 RED KIDNEY BEANS
2505 RED PEPPER
2506 RED WINE
2507 REGULATOR
2508 REGULATORS
2509 REGULATORS:
2510 RICE
2511 RIOJA WINE
2512 ROAST HAM
2513 ROLLED OATS
2514 ROQUEFORT CHEESE
2515 ROSE WINE
2516 RUM
2517 RUNNER BEANS
2518 RUSK
2519 RYE
2520 RYE GERM
2600 SACCHARINE
2601 SAFFRON
2602 SALAMI
2603 SALMON
2604 SALT
2605 SALTS
2606 SARDINE
2607 SARDINES
2608 SAUCE
2609 SAUSAGE
2610 SAUSAGES
2611 SCAMPI
2612 SEA SALT
2613 SEED
2614 SEEDS
2615 SEMOLINA
2616 SESAME
2617 SESAME SEEDS
2618 SHERRY
2619 SKIMMED YOGHURT
2620 SMOKED BACON
2621 SMOKED CHEESE
2622 SMOKED EEL
2623 SMOKED HAM
2624 SMOKED MACKEREL
2625 SMOKED SALMON
2626 SMOKED TROUT
2627 SODA
2628 SODIUM BENZOATE
2629 SODIUM BICARBONATE
2630 SODIUM CHLORIDE
2631 SODIUM L-ASCORBATE
2632 SODIUM NITRATE
2633 SODIUM NITRITE
Serie LP-3000
2634 SODIUM PHOSPHATES
2635 SODIUM & POTASSIUM
PHOSPHATES
2636 SOLE
2637 SORBITOL
2638 SOY
2639 SOY SAUCE
2640 SOYA PROTEIN
2641 SPICE EXTRACT
2642 SPICES
2643 SPICES:
2644 SPINACH
2645 SPIRIT VINEGAR
2646 SPRING ONIONS
2647 SQUID
2648 STABILISERS
2649 STABILISERS:
2650 STABILIZING
2651 STABILIZING AGENTS
2652 STABILIZING AGENTS:
2653 STARCH
2654 STILTON CHEESE
2655 STRAWBERRIES
2656 SUBSTANCES
2657 SUBSTITUTE
2658 SUBSTITUTES
2659 SUGAR
2660 SUGARS
2661 SULPHATES
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2663
2664
2665
2666
2667
2668
2669
2670
2671
2672
2673
2674
2675
2800
2801
2802
2803
2804
2805
2806
2807
2808
2809
2810
2811
2812
2813
2814
SUNFLOWER
SUNFLOWER GERM
SUNFLOWER SEED NUTS
SUNFLOWER SEED OIL
SUNFLOWER SEED STARCH
SWEET PAPRIKA
SWEETENER
SWEETENERS
SWEETENERS:
SYNERGIC
SYNERGICS
SYRUP
SUITABLE FOR FREEZING
STORE AT 0 TO 18 ³C
TEA
THICKENER
THICKENERS:
THYME
TOMATO
TOMATO POWDER
TOMATO PUREE
TOMATO SAUCE
TOMATO SOUP
TOMATOES
TRIPE
TRIPHOSPHATES
TROUT
TRUFFLE
TRUFFLES
2815
2816
2817
2818
2819
3000
3100
3101
3102
3103
3104
3105
3106
3107
3108
3109
3110
3111
3112
3113
3114
3200
3201
3202
3203
3204
3205
3206
3207
83
TUNA FISH
TURKEY
TURMERIC
TURNIP
TURNIPS
USE BY
VANILLA
VEAL
VEGETABLE BOUILLON
VEGETABLE EXTRACT
VEGETABL E FAT
VEGETABLE FIBRE
VEGETABLE OIL
VEGETABLE PROTEINS
VEGETABLE SOUP
VEGETABLES
VEGETABLES:
VENISON
VERMOUTH
VINEGAR
VITAMINS
WALNUT
WALNUTS
WATER
WATERCRESS
WHEAT
WHEAT GERM
WHEAT STARCH
WHEATFLOUR
3208
3209
3210
3211
3212
3213
3214
3215
3216
3217
3218
3219
3220
3221
3300
3400
3401
3402
3403
3404
3405
3800
WHEATGERM OIL
WHISKY
WHITE PEPPER
WHITE SUGAR
WHITE WINE
WHITENER
WHITENERS
WHITENERS:
WHOLEMEAL FLOUR
WINE
WINE VINEGAR
WINES
WEIGHT
WEIGHT KG
XANTHAN GUM
YEAST
YEAST EXTRACT
YOGHURT
YOLK
YOLKS
YORK HAM
0 - 5 ³C
3801 %
USER’S MANUAL
Copia conforme al manual depositado en el organismo notificado Nº 317
La información contenida en este manual puede ser modificada por el fabricante YESn previo aviso.
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