CAS CL-5000 Series Instruction Manual

CAS CL-5000 Series Instruction Manual
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Table of Contents
1. GENERAL ......................................................................................................... 10
1.1 Precautions........................................................................................................ 10
1.2 Introductions..................................................................................................... 12
1.3 Specifications.....................................................................................................13
1.4 Name and Functions........................................................................................ 15
1.5 Basic Set - Up................................................................................................... 20
1.6 Symbols ............................................................................................................ 21
1.7 Key Functions .................................................................................................. 22
1.8 Installation of the Label Roll .......................................................................... 25
2. PROGRAMMING ......................................................................................... 27
2.1 PLU Programming ...........................................................................................31
2.1.1 Create By-Weight PLU (Menu code 1120).................................................. 33
2.1.2 Create Non-Weight PLU (Menu code 1120)................................................ 40
2.1.3 Create By-Count PLU (Menu code 1120) ................................................... 42
2.1.4 Editing PLU (Menu code 1120) .................................................................. 43
2.1.5 Sample Printing (Menu code 1170) ............................................................. 43
2.1.6 Listing PLU (Menu code 1150)................................................................... 43
2.1.7 Copying PLU (Menu code 1141) ................................................................ 44
2.1.8 Deleting PLU (Menu code 1142) ................................................................ 44
2.1.9 Moving PLU (Menu code 1143) ................................................................. 45
2.1.10 Selecting PLU field Items (Menu code 1144) ............................................ 45
2.1.11 PLU Sale Count (Menu code 1145)........................................................... 46
2.2. Programming PLU Data Table I................................................................... 47
2.2.1 Department (Menu code 1210) ................................................................... 47
2.2.2 New/Edit Department (Menu code 1211) .................................................... 48
2.2.3 List Department (Menu code 1212)............................................................. 48
2.2.4 Delete Department (Menu code 1213)......................................................... 49
2.2.5 Group (Menu code 1220)............................................................................ 49
2.2.6 New/Edit Group (Menu code 1221) ............................................................ 49
2.2.7 List Group (Menu code 1222) ..................................................................... 50
2.2.8 Delete Group (Menu code 1223) ................................................................. 50
2.2.9 Tax Rate (Menu code 1230) ........................................................................ 50
2.2.10 New/Edit Tax Rate (Menu code 1231) ...................................................... 51
2.2.11 List Tax Rate (Menu code 1232)................................................................ 52
2.2.12 Delete Tax Rate (Menu code 1233) ........................................................... 52
2.2.13 Sales Message (Menu code 1240) ............................................................. 52
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2.2.14 New/Edit Sales Message (Menu code 1241) ..............................................53
2.2.15 List Sales Message (Menu code 1242) .......................................................53
2.2.16 Delete Sales Message (Menu code 1243)...................................................54
2.2.17 Origin (Menu code 1250) ..........................................................................54
2.2.18 New/Edit Origin (Menu code 1251) ..........................................................54
2.2.19 List Origin (Menu code 1252) ...................................................................55
2.2.20 Delete Origin (Menu code 1253) ...............................................................55
2.2.21 Barcode (Menu code 1260) .......................................................................55
2.2.22 New/Edit Barcode (Menu code 1261)........................................................55
2.2.23 List Barcode (Menu code 1262).................................................................58
2.2.24 Delete Barcode (Menu code 1263) ............................................................58
2.2.25 Tare (Menu code 1270) .............................................................................59
2.2.26 New/Edit Tare (Menu code 1271)..............................................................59
2.2.27 List Tare (Menu code 1272).......................................................................61
2.2.28 Delete Tare (Menu code 1273)...................................................................61
2.2.29 Tare Key (Menu code 1274) ......................................................................62
2.2.30 Unit Symbol (Menu code 1280) ................................................................62
2.2.31 New/Edit Unit Symbol (Menu code 1281).................................................62
2.2.32 List Unit Symbol (Menu code 1282)..........................................................63
2.2.33 Delete Unit Symbol (Menu code 1283) .....................................................63
2.3 Programming PLU Data Table II...................................................................64
2.3.1 Ingredient (Menu code 1310) ......................................................................64
2.3.2 New/Edit Ingredient (Menu code 1311) .......................................................64
2.3.3 List Ingredient (Menu code 1312)................................................................65
2.3.4 Delete Ingredient (Menu code 1313)............................................................65
2.3.5 Nutrition Facts (Menu code 1320) ...............................................................65
2.3.6 New/Edit Nutrition Facts (Menu code 1321)................................................65
2.3.7 List Nutrition Facts (Menu code 1322).........................................................70
2.1.8 Deleting PLU (Menu code 1142).................................................................70
2.4 Discount Programming ...................................................................................71
2.4.1 Discount (Menu code 1130) ........................................................................71
2.4.2 New/Edit Discount (Menu code 1131).........................................................71
2.4.3 List Discount (Menu code 1132)..................................................................74
2.4.4 Delete Discount (Menu code 1133) .............................................................75
2.4.5 Delete by PLU No. (DC) (Menu code 1137)................................................75
2.4.6 Delete by Dept. No. (DC) (Menu code 1138)...............................................75
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2.4.7 Delete ALL (DC) (Menu code 1139)........................................................... 76
2.5 Global Discount Programming.......................................................................77
2.5.1 Global Discount (Menu code 1530)............................................................. 77
2.5.2 Priority Setting (Menu code 1531)............................................................... 77
2.5.3 Weight/Count/PCS Discount (Menu code 1532/1533/1534) ........................ 78
2.6 Speed Key Setting.............................................................................................79
2.6.1 Speed Key Setting (Menu code 1160) ...........................................................79
2.7 Traceability ........................................................................................................80
2.7.1 Traceability (Menu code 1330).................................................................... 80
2.7.2 New/Edit Traceability (Menu code 1331) .................................................... 80
2.7.3 List Traceability (Menu code 1332) ............................................................. 82
2.7.4 Delete Traceability (Menu code 1333)......................................................... 82
2.8 Country Programming .....................................................................................83
2.8.1 Country (Menu code 1340) ......................................................................... 83
2.8.2 New/Edit Country (Menu code 1341) ......................................................... 83
2.8.3 List Country (Menu code 1342) .................................................................. 84
2.8.4 Delete Country (Menu code 1343) .............................................................. 84
2.9 Programming Slaughter House.......................................................................85
2.9.1 Slaughter House (Menu code 1350) ............................................................ 85
2.9.2 New/Edit Slaughter House (Menu code 1351)............................................. 85
2.9.3 List Slaughter House (Menu code 1352)...................................................... 86
2.9.4 Delete Slaughter House (Menu code 1353) ................................................. 86
2.10 Programming Cutting Hall............................................................................87
2.10.1 Cutting Hall (Menu code 1360) ................................................................. 87
2.10.2 New/Edit Cutting Hall (Menu code 1361) ................................................. 87
2.10.3 List Cutting Hall (Menu code 1362) .......................................................... 88
2.10.4 Delete Cutting Hall (Menu code 1363) ...................................................... 88
2.11 Programming Store Data ...............................................................................89
2.11.1 Store Data (Menu code 1410).................................................................... 89
2.11.2 New/Edit Store (Menu code 1411) ............................................................ 89
2.11.3 List Store (Menu code 1412) ..................................................................... 90
2.11.4 Delete Store (Menu code 1413) ................................................................. 90
2.11.5 Customer (Menu code 1420)..................................................................... 91
2.11.6 New/Edit Customer (Menu code 1421) ..................................................... 91
2.11.7 List Customer (Menu code 1422) .............................................................. 92
2.11.8 Delete Customer (Menu code 1423) .......................................................... 92
2.11.9 Scroll Message (Menu code 1430) ............................................................ 93
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2.11.10. Configuration (Menu Code 1431) ...........................................................93
2.11.11. Edit Scroll Message (Menu Code 1432) ..................................................93
2.11.12. List Scroll Message (Menu Code 1433) ..................................................95
2.11.13 Currency (Menu code 1440) ....................................................................95
2.11.14. New/Edit Currency (Menu Code 1441)...................................................96
2.11.15. List Currency (Menu Code 1442) ...........................................................97
2.11.16 Delete Currency (Menu code 1443) .........................................................98
2.12 Programming Global Setting........................................................................99
2.12.1 Global Label Format (Menu code 1510) ....................................................99
2.12.2 Barcode Format (Menu code 1520) .........................................................101
2.13 Printing Programming.................................................................................103
2.13.1 Printing (Menu code 1700) ......................................................................103
2.13.2 Print label item (Menu code 1710) ...........................................................103
2.13.3 Markdown (Menu code 1720) .................................................................105
2.13.4 Printer Hardware (Menu code 1730)........................................................105
2.13.5 Print Mode (Menu code 1731).................................................................107
2.13.6 Label Size/Ticket Size (Menu code 1732) ................................................107
2.13.7 Sensor Calibration (Menu code 1733)......................................................108
2.13.8 Sensor & Motor (Menu code 1734) .........................................................109
2.13.9 Print Intensity (Menu code 1735).............................................................109
2.13.10 Adjust Feed Length (Menu code 1736) ..................................................109
2.13.11 Label Preprint (Menu code 1737)...........................................................110
2.13.12 Serial Number Format (Menu code 1740)..............................................110
2.13.13 Add-Up Total (Menu code 1750) ...........................................................111
2.13.14 Ticket (Menu code 1760).......................................................................112
2.13.15 Select Ticket Item (Menu code 1761).....................................................112
2.13.16 Select List Item (Menu code 1762) ........................................................113
2.14 Programming Scale Configuration............................................................115
2.14.1. Scale Configuration (Menu code 1800)...................................................115
2.14.2 Sale Mode (Menu code 1810) .................................................................115
2.14.3 Operation Mode (Menu code 1820).........................................................116
2.14.4 Department (Menu code 1830)................................................................117
2.14.5 Date & Time (Menu code 1840) ..............................................................118
2.14.6 User/ Security Configuration (Menu code 1850) ......................................119
2.14.7 New/Edit User(Menu code 1851) ............................................................119
2.14.8 Change Password (Menu code 1852).......................................................120
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2.14.9 List User (Menu code 1853)....................................................................121
2.14.10 Delete User (Menu code 1854)..............................................................121
2.14.11 Config Permission (Menu code 1855) ...................................................121
2.14.12 Clerk Key ( Menu code 1856) ...............................................................124
2.14.13 Test (Menu code 1860)..........................................................................124
2.14.14 Display Test (Menu code 1861).............................................................125
2.14.15 A/D Test (Menu code 1862) ..................................................................125
2.14.16 Keyboard Test (Menu code 1863) .........................................................125
2.14.17 Chess Printer Test (Menu code 1864) ....................................................125
2.14.18 Printer Sensor Test (Menu code 1865) ...................................................126
2.14.19 Memory Information (Menu code 1866) ...............................................126
2.14.20 Firmware Version (Menu code 1867) ....................................................126
2.14.21 Communication (Menu code 1868).......................................................127
2.14.22 Scale Parameter (Menu code 1870) .......................................................127
2.14.23 Function Key Define (Menu code 1880) ...............................................129
2.15 Report............................................................................................................131
2.15.1 Introduction ............................................................................................131
2.15.2 Report Menu (Menu code 1600) .............................................................131
2.15.3 X1/X2 Report (Menu code 1610/1630) ...................................................132
2.15.4 X1/X2 Scale Sales Report (Menu code 1611/1613) .................................132
2.15.5 X1/X2 PLU Report (Menu code 1612/1632)...........................................134
2.15.6 X1/X2 Miscellaneous PLU Report (Menu code 1613/1633)....................136
2.15.7 X1/X2 Group Report (Menu code 1614/1644) ........................................138
2.15.8 X1/X2 Department Sales Report (Menu code 1615/1635) .......................139
2.15.9 X1/X2 Hourly Sales Report (Menu code 1616/1636) ..............................141
2.15.10 X1/X2 Clerk Sales Report (Menu code 1617/1637) ...............................143
2.15.11 Z1/Z2 Report (Menu code 1620/1640) ..................................................146
2.15.12 Clear All Report (Menu code 1650).......................................................147
3. SALES OPERATION .................................................................................148
3.1 Basic Operation..............................................................................................148
3.2 Zero..................................................................................................................148
3.3 Tare ..................................................................................................................149
3.3.1 Manual Tare Entry 1 .................................................................................149
3.3.2 Weighed Tare Entry ..................................................................................149
3.3.3 How to Clear Tare.....................................................................................150
3.3.4 Preset Tare ................................................................................................150
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3.3.5 Successive Tare .........................................................................................150
3.3.6 Tare Override ............................................................................................151
3.4 Calling Up a PLU...........................................................................................152
3.4.1 Using Numeric Key ..................................................................................152
3.4.2 Using Speed Key ......................................................................................152
3.5 Override (FOR key).......................................................................................153
3.5.1 By-Weight PLU ........................................................................................153
3.5.2 Non-Weight PLU......................................................................................154
3.5.3 By-Count PLU..........................................................................................155
3.6 Sales Operation...............................................................................................156
3.6.1 Weighed Item Operation............................................................................156
3.6.2 Non-Weight Item ......................................................................................157
3.6.3 By Count Item ..........................................................................................158
3.7 Discount...........................................................................................................159
3.7.1 Unit Price Discount - By Weight PLU .......................................................159
3.7.2 % Unit Price Discount - By Weight PLU ...................................................160
3.7.3 Unit Price Discount - By Count PLU .........................................................162
3.8 Add-Up Transaction.......................................................................................163
3.9 Clerk Operation..............................................................................................165
3.9.1 Standard Clerk Operation ..........................................................................166
3.9.2 Floating Clerk Operations..........................................................................167
3.10 Void................................................................................................................169
3.11 Payment & Change......................................................................................170
3.12 Return ............................................................................................................172
3.13 Prepack Key..................................................................................................173
3.14 X Key ............................................................................................................175
3.14.1 By-Weight PLU ......................................................................................175
3.14.2 Non-Weight / By-Count PLU ..................................................................176
3.15 How to Change Sell By Date/Time...........................................................177
3.16 How to Change Origin................................................................................178
3.17 How to Change PLU Type .........................................................................179
3.18 Direct Discount.............................................................................................180
3.18.1 Fixed Price Key ......................................................................................180
3.18.2 % Discount Price Key .............................................................................181
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3.19 PLU Connection..........................................................................................182
3.19.1 Referenced PLU Function.......................................................................182
3.19.2 Coupled PLU Function ...........................................................................182
3.20 Sales Operation Control Parameters..........................................................182
3.20.1 Fixed Weight ..........................................................................................182
3.20.2 Prepack Without Report ..........................................................................182
4. Appendix ............................................................................................................183
4.1 Label Format ..................................................................................................183
4.2 Fixed Label Format Sample.........................................................................188
4.3 Label Field......................................................................................................189
4.3.1 Item Label Field........................................................................................189
4.3.2 Total Label Field .......................................................................................195
4.4 ASCII Code Table..........................................................................................197
4.5. Window Character Set Information............................................................198
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GENERAL
1.1 PRECAUTIONS
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• CE Mark Warning
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause
adio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate easures.
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1.2 INTRODUCTIONS
Thank you for purchasing the CAS CL5000 price computing electronic printing
scale. We have designed this equipment with many advanced features, high
quality construction, and user-friendly menu driven programming.
We are confident that you will find the CAS CL5000 scale will meet all of your
most demanding needs.
Remember, for proper installation and maintenance please have your Authorized
CAS Dealer do the primary installation, programming, and demonstration.
Your CAS Authorized Dealer also has a wide variety of supplies, accessories,
and expansion options for whatever your new and increasing demands may
require. Authorized CAS dealers are trained to help you with every aspect
of the CL5000 and should you need servicing, they are expertly trained by
CAS to assist you with virtually any problem.
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1.3 SPECIFICATIONS
Max. Capacity
Interval
Max. Tare
6/15kg
15/30kg
15/30 lb
30/60 lb
2/5g
5/10g
0.005/0.01 lb
0.01/0.02 lb
-5.998kg
-9.995kg
-9.995 lb
-29.99lb
A/D Conversion Rate
Approx. 8 times/sec.
Measurement Type
Load Cell
Platter Size
382 x 246 mm (15.04 x 9.68 inch)
Key
Standard Type (B)
Speed Key
48 PLU key,
36 function
key
Pole Type (P, R)
Hanging Type (H)
72 PLU key,
36 function
key
144 PLU
96 PLU
24 digit VFD + Graphic LCD
Display
Tare : 4 digit
Weight : 5 digit
Unit Price : 6 digit
Total Price : 6 digit
Weight : 5 digit
Unit Price : 6 digit
Total Price : 7 digit
Printer
Speed 100 mm/sec.
Printing Resolution
202 dpi
Label Size
Width: 40mm~60 mm
Length: 30mm~120 mm
Barcode Type
UPC, EAN13, EAN13A5, EAN8, I2OF5, CODE128, CODE39,
CODE93, CODABAR, MSI/PLESSEY, IATA2OF5
Font
Small, Middle, Large Size, Free Format, Italic, Bold, Underline,
Through Line, Double through line, Reverse, shadow, outline
Printer Type
DIRECT THERMAL PRINT
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Operating Temp.
Power
Programmable Data
-10°C ~ 40°C (14°F ~ 104°F)
AC 100~240V 50/60Hz 1.5A
Number
Range
PLU
3000
1~99999
Ingredient 510 character
999
1~999
User Defined Barcode Format
99
1~99
Department
99
1~99
Tax Type
9
1~9
Group
99
1~99
1~95
Clerk
95
Discount
99
1~99
Origin
500
1~500
Traceability
999
1~999
Slaughter House
999
1~999
Cutting Hall
999
1~999
Traceability Country
999
1~999
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Fixed
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Free Format
Bitmap Image
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1~99
Customer
89
1~89
Quantity symbol
8
1~8
Scroll Message
9
1~9
Label Format
X1,X2,Z1,Z2 Report
Sales Period
Sales Report Mode
Pay Type
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Sales Message
99
Nutrifact
99
1~99
Tare Table
99
1~99
1~99
Dual totals for daily/monthly or user selectable reporting period.
Read : X1/X2 Mode, Read & Reset: Z1/Z2 Mode
Note: Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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1.4 NAME AND FUNCTIONS
OVERALL VIEW
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OVERALL VIEW
CL5000-B / P
CL5000-R
CL5000-H
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KEYBOARD
Standard
Pole type
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H-Type (hanging type)
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1.5 Basic set - up
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1.6 SYMBOLS
SYMBOLS
DESCRIPTION
ST (▼)
Stable weight indicator
▶0◀
Zero weight indicator
NET (▼)
Net weight indicator
AUTO
Print Mode indicator
SAVE
Auto clearing status indicator
PREPACK
Auto clearing status indicator
DC (▼)
Discount status indicator
SHIFT (▼)
Speed key shift status indicator
TR
Data transmission status indicator
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1.7 KEY FUNCTIONS
KEY
DESCRIPTION
Numeric keys. Used to enter pricing, qty, count, tare, etc.
Double zero key.
Clear key. Used to clear erroneous entries and error conditions.
Re-Zero key. Use to remove small variations in the scale’s zero.
Tare key. Use to manually enter and remove tare weights.
Override key. For temporary price change entry.
Date & Time key. Toggles the display between time, date, scale
number and department number.
Up arrow key: Used to go to previous line in program mode.
MENU key. This key toggles from program menu to sale mode.
Page up key: Used to go to previous page in program mode.
For key. Use this key for by- count or by pcs pricing: 3 @ 3 FOR
$1.00. It toggles between the QTY, PIECE, and PRICE fields.
AUTO key. Auto-print mode
Pre-Pack key. Used to enter Pre-Packaging mode in which the scale
Auto-prints for every transaction and prevents the auto clearing of data.
Left arrow key: Used to go to left character in program mode.
Save key. Save mode prevents the auto clearing of any called-up data
like tare weight, PLU pricing, etc.
Void key. To remove erroneous sales from ADD-Up
Right arrow key: Used to go to right character in program mode.
When you type a PLU number and press this key, it calls-up that PLU.
Down arrow key: Used to go to next line in program mode.
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KEY
DESCRIPTION
ADD-Up key. This key when used in conjunction with ST/TTL key allows
you print a customer-total label as well as individual transaction labels.
Page down key: Used to go to next page in program mode.
Multi-Label key. Use this key to print multiple sales of the same
transaction. Escape key. It is used to exit in program mode.
Subtotal / Total key. Used with the ADD key in order to print customer
totals.
Feed key. Use this key to feed labels or paper through printer
Pay key. Use this key to calculate change.
Test key. Used to print test pattern
Print key. Used to manually print transactions and also serves as an
ENTER key in programming mode. There are 2 of them and they both
act the same.
Return key. Used to credit sales for erroneous transactions or returned
items. Shift Key. Used to access the second level of Speed Keys in Sales
Mode. Used to toggle between Upper Case and Lower Case Alpha
Characters.
Miscellaneous Weighed PLU key.
Miscellaneous By-Count PLU key.
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KEY
DESCRIPTION
Alpha keys. Used to type text data.
Used to type $
Backspace key. Used to backspace and delete text data.
Space bar.
Used to go to next line to enter text
Special symbol keys.
Used to type special symbol. (See ASCII code table)
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1.8 Installation of the Label Roll
• Label Specifications
Outer diameter of roll : 100mm
Inner diameter of roll : 40mm
Width of receipt roll : 40, 50, 60mm
Width of label roll : 60mm(MAX)
• Print Area
Width of label : 60mm(MAX)
Printable width : 58mm(MAX)
Length of label : 120mm(MAX)
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To install the label roll at ANY time you must follow the directions
in this section:
⑨ Press the FEED key one or two times for Auto Label adjustment
*If label position is not correct, you have to check follows :
a, Label size.(Label setting menu)
b. Feed Adjustment .(Feed adjustment menu)
c. Sensor calibration(Sensor Calibration menu)
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2. PROGRAMMING
Program Mode Menu Tree (Menu code : 1000)
CODE
Menu
CODE
1110
1120
Sub Menu
Change
unit price
New/Edit
CODE
1131
1132
1130
Discount
1133
1100
1141
PLU
1140
1142
Management
1143
1144
1145
1200
1150
1160
1170
1210
1220
1230
List
Speed Key
Sample Printing
Department
Group
Tax Rate
1240
Sales Message
PLU Data 1250
Table I
Origin
1260
Barcode
1270
Tare
1280
Unit Symbol
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Sub Menu
New/Edit Discount
List Discount
1137 Delete by PLU(DC)
Delete
1138 Delete by Dept(DC)
Discount
1139 Delete All(DC)
Copy
1147 Delete by PLU No
Delete
1148 Delete by Dept. No
1149 Delete All
Move
Select PLU Items
PLU Sale Count
1241
1242
1243
1251
1252
1253
1261
1262
1263
New/Edit Sales Message
List Sales Message
Delete Sales Message
New/Edit Origin
List Origin
Delete Origin
New/Edit barcode
List barcode
Delete barcode
1281
1282
1283
New/Edit Uit Symbol
List Uit Symbol
Delete Uit Symbol
CODE
1300
Menu
CODE Sub Menu
1310
Ingredient
PLU Data 1320
Table II 1330
1340
1350
1360
1410
1420
1400
Store
Data
Table
1430
1440
1450
1460
1470
1510
1520
1530
1500
Global
Setting
1540
1610
1600
Report
1620
1630
CODE
Sub Menu
1311
New/Edit Ingredient
1312 List Ingredient
1313 Delete Ingredient
Nutrition Facts
Traceability
Country
Slaughter House
Cutting Hall
1411
New/Edit Store
Store
1412
List Store
1413
Delete Store
Customer
1431
Configuration
Scroll
1432
Edit Scroll Message
Message
1433
List Scroll Message
Currency
Job Batch Schedule
Scanner
Label Format Key Table
Label Format
Barcode
Discount
1531 Priority Setting
1532 Weight Discount
1533 Count Discount
1534 PCS Discount
Tax
1541 Set Global Tax
1542 Global Tax Number
1611
Scale
1612 PLU
1613 Misc. PLU
X1 Report
1614 Group
1615 Department
1616 Hourly
1617 Clerk
Z1 Report
1631 Scale
1632 PLU
1633 Misc. PLU
X2 Report
1634 Group
1635 Department
1636 Hourly
1637 Clerk
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CODE
Menu
1600
Report
1700
Print
1800
Scale
Config
CODE Sub Menu CODE
Sub Menu
1640
Z2 Report
1650
Clear All
Print Label
1710
Item
1720
Markdown
1731 Print Mode
1732 Label/Ticket Size
1733 Sensor Calibration
Print
1730
1734 Sensor & Motor
Hardware
1735 Print Intensity
1736 Adjust Feed Length
1737 Lable Preprint
1740
Serial Number Format
1750
Add-Up Total
1761 Select Ticket Item
1760
Ticket
1762 Select List Item
1763 Select Ticket Font Size
1810
Sale Mode
1820
Operation Mode
1830
Department & Store ID
1840
Date/Time
1851 New/Edit User
1852 Change Password
User/
1853 List User
Security
1850
Configurati 1854 Delete User
on
1855 Config Permission
1856 Clerk Key
1861 Display
1862 A/D
1863 Keyboard
1864 Chess Printer
1860
Test
1865 Printer Sensor
1866 Memory Information
1867 Firmware Version
1868 Communication
1871 Display
1872 Printing
Scale
1870
Parameter 1873 Sale setup
1874 Clerk Logout
1880
Function Key Define
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CODE
1900
Menu
CODE
Sub Menu
CODE
1911
1912
1913
1914
1915
1916
1917
1910
Network
Setting
1920
1930
1940
1950
Application
Scale Lock/Unlock
Check Scale
Backup to Scale
Communi
cation
Sub Menu
Service Type
DHCP
IP
Remote IP
RS232C
WLAN Settion
WLAN Config
You can see the Program Menu screen by pressing the MENU key.
The 2 numbers at top right (1/3) indicate the number of pages or screens. The
number to the left of the slash is the current page or screen number and the number to
the right of the slash indicates the total number of pages or screens. You can use the
PG UP and PG DOWN keys to navigate from page to page, or you can use the Arrow
keys to go through each page.
If you press “PG DOWN” key, you can see other menu screens as below.
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2.1 PLU Programming
You can set 47 items for a PLU as below table and if you do not want to use
some items, you can prohibit those items in menu code:1144.
No
Item
Description
1
Department
Department No.
2
PLU No
PLU No.
3
PLU Type
Select PLU type among By Weight, Non Weight or By
Count
4
Name
Enter name 1 of item. Maximum 40 characters.
5
Name 2
Enter name 2 of item. Maximum 40 characters.
6
Name 3
Enter name 3 of item. Maximum 40 characters.
7
Group No.
Select group number. This value can be from 0 to 99.
8
Label No.
(0~99) (0=Do not use Label No.), Label Formats “1~45”.
If Global Setting is YES, it is not shown.
9
Aux. Label No.
(0~99) (0=Do not use Label No.), Label Formats “1~45”.
This function prints aux. label as saved number of label
number
10
Origin No.
(0~500) 0=Do not use origin.
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*Unit Weight
Used for fractional weight pricing. i.e.,quarter and half
pound keys
12
*Fixed Weight
The weight is fixed regardless of item
13
Prefix
Enter serial code for PLU (Greece version of CL5000
series)
14
Item code
Item code
15
Use Fixed Price Type
You can set whether Fixed Price type is used or not
16
☆Pieces
(0-999) Set the number for By-PCS PLU
17
☆Quantity Symbol ID
(0~8) Set symbol of PCS or Count
18
Fixed price
Price is fixed regardless of weight or pcs
19
(Unit) Price
This value can be from 0 to 999999.
20
Special Price
Special Sales Price by using Function key Setting.
(Menu code 1880)
21
Tax No.
Enter tax number. This value can be from 0 to9
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No
Item
Description
22
*Tare / Tare No.
You can enter tare weight manually or enter No. of tare
data. (By-weight PLU)
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*% Tare
0~99.99 You can enter tare weight as percentage of item. If
you set it to 20%, 20% of item is tare weight.
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*Tare % Limit
0~99.99 You can enter tare limit.
%tare < = % limit -> Gross weight is printed
%tare > % limit -> Net weight is printed
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Barcode No.
This value can be from 0 to 99, If Global Setting is YES, it is
not shown.
26
Barcode2 No.
This value can be from 0 to 99
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Picture No.
Image no
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Produced Date
(0~999) This is subtracted to the current date in order to be
calculated.
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Packed Date
(0~999) This is added to the current date in order to be
calculated.
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Packed Time
(0~99) If you set it to 0, it is not printed
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Sell-by Date
(0~9999) This is expirations date that is numbered in days
and added to the Packed On date in order to be calculated.
If you set it to 0, it is not printed
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Sell-by Time
(0~99) If you set it to 0, it is not printed
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Cook-by Date
(0~9999) This is expirations date that is numbered in days
and added to the Packed On date in order to be calculated.
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Ingredients No.
(0~999) Enter ingredient Message No. used
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Traceability No.
(0~999) Enter traceability No.
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Bonus
For future use.
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Nutri. Fact No.
(0~500) Enter Nutrition fact ID No. used
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Sales Msg No.
(0~99) Enter sales message No.
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Reference PLU Dept.
(0~99) Enter reference department No.
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Reference PLU No.
(0~999999) Enter reference PLU No.
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Coupled PLU Dept.
(0~99) Enter coupled PLU department
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Coupled PLU No.
(0~999999) Enter coupled PLU No.
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No
Item
Description
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# of Link PLU
(0~2) Enter the number of linked PLU.
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Link PLU1 Dept.
(0~99) Enter PLU1 department No.
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Link PLU1 No.
(0~999999) Enter PLU1 No.
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Link PLU2 Dept.
(0~99) Enter PLU2 department No.
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Link PLU2 No.
(0~999999) Enter PLU2 No.
* These items are shown on the display when you select By Weight PLU.
☆These items are shown on the display when you select By Count or By PCS PLU.
2.1.1 Create By-Weight PLU (Menu code 1120)
( NEW/Edit PLU : MENU → 1. PLU → 2. New/Edit )
◆ You can press the SAVE key at anytime to save the current PLU data and
if you want to exit without saving, press the ESC key.
Note: You may experience different item menus. You can modify menu items at menu (1144)
1. Create By-Weight PLU (Menu code 1120)
• Department should be set previously
EX) Department No. = [ 1 ] Default
PLU No. : [ 1 ]
2. Select PLU Type
1. By Weight
2. Non Weight
3. By Count
EX) BY-Weight Item
By-Weight PLUs are priced as price-perweight;
for example, $3.99/lb or $1.99/kg.
You must weigh these PLUs before you can
execute a sales transaction.
(Selecting PLU Field Items may be changed on Menu1144.
Also the number of screens will vary depending on the settings in Menu 1144.
This is represented by the two triangles.)
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3. Enter PLU Name 1
EX) “BEEF”
4. Enter PLU Name 2
EX) “SIRLOIN”
5. Enter PLU Name 3
EX) “STEAK”
6. Select Group
• If there is no group for this PLU, enter 0.
EX) 1. Meat
7. Select Label Format
• If you enter 0, standard label format
(menu code 1510) is used.
• For details about Global Label Format, refer to
Section 2.12.1(Menu Code 1510)
EX) 1. IS6030-0000(60x30)
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8. Select Origin
• If you do not want to use origin, enter 0.
EX) 49. China
9. Enter Fixed Weight
• If there is no group for this PLU, enter 0.
• If there is no group for this PLU, enter 0
EX) Do not use Fixed Weight
10. Enter Prefix
• If you do not want to use, enter 0.
EX) Do not use Prefix
11. Item Code
• If there is no group for this PLU, enter 0
EX) Item Code = 1941
12. Use Fixed Price Type
0 : normal price
1 : fixed price
13. Price
EX) Price = $10.00
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14. Special Price
Note: Special price key must be defined first
(Menu code 1880)
EX) Price = $20.00
15. Tax No.
• May be changed using Menu Code 1231
If the Global Tax Settings (Menu Code1541) is
not used.
• If you do not want to use, enter 0 .
EX) Tax data 1
16. Tare
• Tare must be enabled in Selecting
PLU Field Items (Menu Code 1144)
EX) Tare Value = 0.1 lb
17. %Tare
• You can enter the Tare Weight as a
percentage of the item weight.
EX) If 10 is entered, then 10% of the item
weight is considered to be a Tare Weight
18. Tare % limit
• You can enter Tare Limit of 0-99.99%.
If you do not want to use, enter 0 .
19. Barcode No.
• You can program the Barcode format using
Menu code 1260. This information is not
used if the Global Barcode Settings
Menu Code 1520 is selected.
EX) Barcode Data Table 1
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20. Produced Date
• Print Date minus the Input Value in Days.
See chart on next page.
EX) 0 : No print
1 : Print Date – 1 day
2 : Print Date – 2 days
21. Packed Date
• Print Date plus Input Value in Days.
See chart on next page.
EX) 0 : Today
1 : Today + 1 day
2 : Today + 2 days
22. Packed Time
• Print Time plus Input Value in Hours.
See chart on next page.
EX) 0 : Hour Printed
1 : Hour Printed + 1 Hour
2 : Hour Printed + 2 Hours
23. Sell By Date
• Packed Date plus Input Value in Days
minus 1Day. See Chart on next page.
EX) 1 : Today
2 : Packed date + 1
24. Sell By Time
• Packed Time plus Input Value in Hours.
See Chart on next page.
Ex) 0: Current Time
1: Packed Time + 1 Hour
25. Cook By Date
• This value can be from 0 to 9999.
0 : No print
1 : Packed date
2 : packed date + 1day
EX) 2days after packed date.
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26. Ingredient No.
• If you do not want to use, enter 0
EX) Do not use ingredient
27. Traceability No.
• If you do not want to use, enter 0
28. Bonus
• If you do not want to use, enter 5
EX) Barcode Data Table 1
29. Nutrition. Fact No.
• If you do not want to use, enter 0
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30. Sales Massage No.
• If you do not want to use, enter 0
Note: You can preset sales massage at
meny code (1241)
EX) Sales Message 1
31. Reference PLU Department
• If you do not want to use, enter 0
EX) Do not use Reference PLU
Department
32. Reference PLU No.
• If you do not want to use, enter 0
EX) Do not use reference PLU No.
33. Coupled PLU Department
• If you do not want to use, enter 0
EX) Do not use Coupled PLU Department
34. Coupled PLU No.
• If you do not want to use, enter 0
EX) Do not use coupled PLU number
35. # of Link PLU
• If you do not want to use, enter 0
EX) Sales Message 1
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36. Link PLU1 Dept
• If you do not want to use, enter 0
EX) Do not use Link PLU1 Dept
37. Link PLU1 No.
• If you do not want to use, enter 0
EX) Do not use Link PLU1 No
38. Link PLU2 Dept
• If you do not want to use, enter 0
EX) Do not use Link PLU2 Dept
39. Link PLU2 No.
• If you do not want to use, enter 0
EX) Do not use Link PLU2 No
2.1.2 Create Non-Weight PLU (Menu code 1120)
( MENU → 1. PLU → 2. New/Edit )
※ Not all programmable PLU Items are shown in this example.
◆ You can press the SAVE key at anytime to save the current PLU data
and if you want to exit without saving, press the ESC key.
1. Enter Department No. / PLU No.
• Department should be set previously
EX) Department # = 1. Default
PLU # = 2
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2. Select PLU Type
1. By Weight
2. Non Weight
3. By Count
EX) Non-Weight Item
3. Enter PLU Name 1
EX) PEAR
4. Unit Symbol No.
EX) Qty Unit No. 6
5. Price
EX) Price = $10.00
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2.1.3 Create By-Count PLU (Menu code 1120)
( MENU → 1. PLU → 2. New/Edit )
※ Not all programmable PLU Items are shown in this example.
By-PCS PLU is used depending on the Parameter 593.
◆ You can press the SAVE key at anytime to save the current PLU data
and if you want to exit without saving, press the ESC key.
1. Enter Department No. / PLU No.
• Department should be set previously.
EX) Department # = 1. Default
PLU # = 3
2. Select PLU Type
1. By Weight
2. Non Weight
3. By By Count
EX) By-Count Item
3. Enter PLU Name1
EX) CAKE
4. Pieces
• If you enter 0 , it is regarded as 1.
EX) 10 piece
5. Qty Descriptor No.
• This is the place where you select what
Descriptor will print on the label.
ex., PCS, QTY, EACH, etc.
EX) Qty Unit No. 6
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2.1.4 Editing PLU (Menu code 1120)
( MENU → 1. PLU → 2. New/Edit )
◆ You can call up existing PLU information for edit.
2.1.5 Sample Printing (Menu code 1170)
( MENU → 1. PLU → 7. Sample Printing )
• Used to enable printing a sample PLU label.
EX) If set to Yes, when editing an existing PLU or creating a new one, depressing
the SAVE key will result in a label being printed with that PLU's information on it.
2.1.6 Listing PLU (Menu code 1150)
( MENU → 1. PLU → 5. List )
Note: Finding PLU; You need to know department # and PLU #.
1. Enter Department No.
• Enter department number that you wish to
see
EX) Department No. 1
2. Enter PLU Range
EX) PLU 1~10
• Press Print Key to List PLU's on screen.
After PLU's are listed on the screen pressing
the TEST key will print the PLU's.
Note: Printing should be done on continuous
label stock.
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2.1.7 Copying PLU (Menu code 1141)
( MENU → 1. PLU→ 4. Management → 1. Copy)
• If there is a similar PLU, you can copy it.
1. Select Source
• Enter the Department No. and PLU No.
that you wish to copy
EX) Source Department # = 1
Source PLU # = 1
Note : If PLU number exists in destination
department you will be asked to confirm
the copy.
2. Select Destination
• Enter the Department number where the
new PLU(s) will be located
• Enter the PLU number that you wish to
copy the Source PLU into
2.1.8 Deleting PLU (Menu code 1142)
( MENU → 1. PLU→ 4. Management → 3. Copy)
• There are three ways to delete a PLU. Simply enter the number of the method that you wish
to use.
EX) Press the1 key to select Delete by PLU No.
EX) Department No. : 1
PLU No. : 1
Note: There is no confirmation request for
deletion. After entering the PLU number and
pressing Print, the PLU will be deleted.
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2.1.9 Moving PLU (Menu code 1143)
( MENU → 1. PLU→ 4. Management → 3. Move)
• All the PLU information will move with commend (discount, Tax, barcode type, etc)
1. Select Source
• Enter the Department No. and PLU No.
which you wish to move
EX) Source Department # = 1
Source PLU # = 1
2. Select Destination
• Enter the Department number where the
PLU(s) will be located
• Enter the PLU number that you wish to
move the Source PLU into
EX) Destination Department # = 2
Destination PLU # = 1
Note : If PLU number exists in destination
department you will be asked to confirm
the move
2.1.10 Selecting PLU field Items (Menu code 1144)
( MENU → 1. PLU→ 4. Management → 4. Select PLU items
• If you enter N, you cannot use that item when you create PLU.
To enter Y, press Y key or 1 key.
To enter N, press N key or 0 key.
Note: You can use the PG UP and PG DOWN keys to navigate from page to page,
or you can use the Arrow keys to go through each page 1 line at a time.
A list of all available PLU Field Items can be found at the beginning of Section 2.1.
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2.1.11 PLU Sale Count (Menu code 1145)
( MENU → 1. PLU→ 4. Management → 5. PLU Sale Count
You can count each PLU sale and also you can clear this count.
• The Sale Count function is used to keep track
of the number of times a label has been issued
for a particular PLU without having to use the
Report Menu.
• To clear the selected PLU Sale Count, press
the TEST key. To clear all PLU Sale Counts
press the ZERO key.
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2.2 Programming PLU Data Table I
In the CL5000, PLU's are organized by Departments and sometimes Groups as shown
in the figure below. It is important to understand this structure to take advantage of the
CL5000's sophisticated features regarding Label formats, X and Z reports, etc.
Note: Groups can cross-over the hierarchy of the department structure. You can
organize PLU's by manufacturer, sales promotions, price range, etc.
Note: The CL5000 has a sophisticated discount price programming function.
The discount price function can be programmed in great detail. Programming may be
done very easily using the PC software program CL-Works.
2.2.1 Department (Menu code 1210)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 1. Department )
The CL5000 can be programmed to have up to 99 different departments with like PLU
numbers in each department. The Scale ID setting (Menu 1830) determines which
PLU's an operator will be able to access on that scale. The operator will only be able to
call up PLU's assigned to the Department Number programmed in the Scale ID setting.
The Department number can be changed to access the different departments
programmed in the scale. Each Department also has a specific Speed Key Set assigned
to it in Menu 1830.
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2.2.2 New/Edit Department (Menu code 1211)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 1. Department → 1. New/Edit )
◆ You can press the SAVE key at anytime to save the current data and if
you want to exit without saving, press the ESC key.
1. Department Number
• Department number is available 1 to 99.
EX) Department No. = 2
2. Department Description
EX) Department Description = GROCERY
3. Speed Key Setting
• Refer to 2.6.1 Speed Key
EX) Speed key set no. = 1
Note: You can select from 5 different Speed
Key sets. Refer to Section 2.6.1 Speed Key
Set No.
2.2.3 List Department (Menu code 1212)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 1. Department → 2. List )
1. Enter the range of Departments
EX) Department 1 ~ 10
• Press Print Key to List Departments on
screen. After Departments are listed on the
screen pressing the TEST key will print the
Departments.
Note: Printing should be done on continuous
label stock..
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2.2.4 Delete Department (Menu code 1213)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 1. Department → 3. Delete Department )
1. Enter Department number
EX) Delete department 2
Note: There is no confirmation request when
deleting a Department. Pressing the PRINT
key will cause the Department entered to be
deleted.
2.2.5 Group (Menu code 1220)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 2. Group )
The Group menu is used to allow PLU's to be grouped regardless of their Department
assignments. A PLU must be assigned to a Department but does not have to be
assigned to a Group. The User may assign PLU's to a Group for the purpose of tracking
sales promotions, manufacturer's information, price ranges, etc.
2.2.6 New/Edit Group (Menu code 1221)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 1. Group → 1. New/Edit )
You can press the SAVE key at anytime to save the current data and if you want to exit
without saving, press the ESC key.
1. Enter Group Number
• Group number is available 1 to 99.
EX) Group No = 1
2. Enter Group Description
EX) Group Description = BAGEL
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2.2.7 List Group (Menu code 1222)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 2. Group → 2. List )
1. Set the group range that you wish to
see
EX) Groups 1~10
Press Print Key to List Groups on screen.
After Groups are listed on the screen,
pressing the TEST key will print the Groups.
Note: Printing should be done on continuous label
stock.
2.2.8 Delete Group (Menu code 1223)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 2. Group → 3. Delete )
1. Enter group number
EX) Delete group 1.
Note: There is no confirmation request when
deleting a Group. Pressing the PRINT key will
cause the Group entered to be deleted.
2.2.9 Tax Rate (Menu code 1230)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 3. TAX Rate )
You can use tax number when you create PLU.
Note: Tax Rate programming requires that a Level 3 Password be entered. See Section
2.14.6 User/Security Configuration.
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2.2.10 New/Edit Tax Rate (Menu code 1231)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 3. TAX Rate → 1. New/Edit )
1. Enter tax number
• TAX number is available 1 to 9
EX) TAX No. =1
2. Set Tax Type
• See Tax Type table as below.
EX) Internal TAX Type
Item
Symbol
Description
Internal TAX
0
Tax is included in total price
External TAX
1
Tax is added on total price
※ Refer to menu code 1873(T.price = price + Tax) on chapter 2.14.21
3. Enter Tax Rate
EX) Tax Rate = 5.00%
.
4. Exit Menu
• If you want to exit without making any
changes, press ESC key.
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2.2.11 List Tax Rate (Menu code 1232)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 3. TAX Rate → 2. List )
1. Set the range of Tax Rates to list.
EX) Tax Rates 1~9
Press Print Key to List Tax Rates on screen.
After Tax Rates are listed on the screen,
pressing the TEST key will print the Tax
Rates.
Note: Printing should be done on continuous
label stock.
2.2.12 Delete Tax Rate (Menu code 1233)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 3. TAX Rate → 3. Delete )
1. Enter tax number
EX) Delete tax number 1
Note: There is no confirmation request when
deleting a Tax Rate. Pressing the PRINT key
will cause the Tax Rate entered to be deleted.
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2.2.13 Sales Message (Menu code 1240)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 4. Sales Message )
Sales Messages can be printed on PLU labels providing the Label Format you are
using contains a Sales Message Field. This is a great tool for advertising and crossmarketing products.
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2.2.14 New/Edit Sales Message (Menu code 1241)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 4. Sales Message → 1. New/Edit )
You can press the SAVE key at anytime to save the current data and if
you want to exit without saving, press the ESC key.
1. Enter Message Number
• Message number is available 1 to 99
EX) Message No. = 1
2. Enter Message
EX) Message = THANK YOU
Note: You can use lower case letter
and special symbol by pressing
shift / ASCII code
3. Exit Menu
• If you want to exit without making any
changes, press ESC key.
2.2.15 List Sales Message (Menu code 1242)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 4. Sales Message → 2. List )
1. Set the List Range
• Set the range of sales message that you
wish to list.
EX) Sales Messages 1~10
• Press Print Key to List Sales Messages on
screen. After Sales Messages are listed on
the screen, pressing the TEST key will
print the Sales Messages.
Note: Printing should be done on continuous
label stock.
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2.2.16 Delete Sales Message (Menu code 1243)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 4. Sales Message → 3. Delete )
1. Enter Message No.
EX) Delete message 1.
Note: There is no confirmation request when
deleting a Sales Message. Pressing the PRINT
key will cause the Sales Message entered to
be deleted.
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2.2.17 Origin (Menu code 1250)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 5. Origin )
To print the Country of Origin on a Label, the Label Format being used must contain
an Origin Field. You can also print the Country of Origin in one of the Commodity
Name Lines by using Menu Code 1872. Again, your Label Format must have an area
available to print the Origin.
2.2.18 New/Edit Origin (Menu code 1251)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 5. Origin → 1. New/Edit )
※ You can press the SAVE key at anytime to save the current data and
if you want to exit without saving, press the ESC key.
1. Enter Origin No.
• Origin number is available 1 to 500
EX) Origin No = 10
2. Enter Origin
EX) Origin = KOREA
3. Exit Menu
• If you want to exit without making any
changes, press ESC key.
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2.2.19 List Origin (Menu code 1252)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 5. Origin → 2. List )
1. Set the List Range
• Set the range of origin that you wish to
list
EX) Origins 1~20
• Press Print Key to List Origins on screen.
After Origins are listed on the screen,
pressing the TEST key will print the Origins.
Note: Printing should be done on continuous
label stock.
2.2.20 Delete Origin (Menu code 1253)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 5. Origin → 3. Delete )
1. Enter Origin No.
EX) Delete Origin 10.
Note: There is no confirmation request when
deleting an Origin . Pressing the PRINT key
will cause the Origin entered to be deleted.
2.2.21 Barcode (Menu code 1260)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 6. Barcode )
Up to 99 different Bar Code Formats can be programmed in the CL5000. Different Bar
Code Formats can be assigned to individual PLU's or one Bar Code Format can be
used for all PLU's by enabling the Global Barcode Format Setting (Menu 1520).
2.2.22 New/Edit Barcode (Menu code 1261)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 6. Barcode → 1. New/Edit )
1. Enter Barcode No.
• This value can be from 1 to 99.
EX) Barcode No = 1
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2. Barcode Description.
EX) Barcode Description = EAN13-1
3. Barcode Type
• Reference following table.
EX) Barcode Type = 1. EAN-13
▶ type of Barcode
No.
Type
Description
1
EAN-13
13digit
2
EAN13A5
13digit + 5digit
3
EAN-8
8 digit
4
I20F5
2~24 digit
5
UPCA
12 digit
6
UPC-13
13 digit
7
CODE39
8
CODE93
9
CODE128
10
CODABAR
Alphanumeric character, Format ‘T’, prints out the
name of PLU.
4. Enter Barcode Form
• You can select from a list of Barcode types
or you can create your own custom format
• Refer to following table.
EX) Barcode Form = 1. Change
DDIIIIIPPPPPC to GGIIIIIVPPPPC
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▶ The following defines the format characters for Barcode Formats : Example EAN13 )
Form No.
Format
Form No.
Format
0
User Defined Barcode
3
DIIIIIPPPPPPC
1
DDIIIIIPPPPPC
4
DIIIIIIPPPPPC
2
▶ The following defines the format characters for Barcode Formats: (Example)
No.
Symbol
Description
1
I
• item code
2
N
• PLU number
3
P
• price
4
V
• price check digit (It is created automatically)
5
U
• unit price
6
W
• weight
7
Q
• quantity
8
D
• department
9
G
• group
10
K
• country code (For future)
11
A
• ticket counter (Only for ticket)
12
B
• scale transaction counter
13
C
• total barcode check sum (It is created automatically)
14
F
• PLU prefix character
15
T
• text character
16
R
• transaction counter for each PLU
17
L
• clerk number
18
X
• traceability number
19
Y
• slaughter house number
20
Z
• cutting hall number
21
E
• born in country number
22
H
• bred in country number
23
M
• bar string
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No.
Symbol
24
%
25
0~9
Description
• % : print next fixed character*
• numbers
*% : It is used to enter characters therefore you canot use this to enter numbers.
5. Exit Menu
• If you want to exit, press ESC key.
2.2.23 List Barcode (Menu code 1262)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 6. Barcode → 1. List )
1. Set the list range
• Set the range of barcode that you wish to
check
EX) Barcodes 1~10
• Press Print Key to List Barcodes on screen.
After Barcodes are listed on the screen,
pressing the TEST key will print the
Barcodes.
Note: Printing should be done on continuous
label stock.
2.2.24 Delete Barcode (Menu code 1263)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 6. Barcode → 3. Delete )
1. Enter barcode number to delete
EX) Delete barcode 1.
Note: There is no confirmation request when
deleting a Barcode . Pressing the PRINT key
will cause the Barcode entered to be deleted.
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2.2.25 Tare No.(Menu code 1270)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 7. Tare No )
The CL5000 can be programmed to use a Tare No. instead of a numeric
value.(System Parameter 584) If you are using Tare Numbers they should be
programmed prior to programming any PLU's that use a Tare weight.
Note: Tare weights for use in Tare No.'s can be programmed using the known numeric
value or by placing the actual container on the scale.
2.2.26 New/Edit Tare No.(Menu code 1271)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 7. Tare No → 1. New/Edit )
1. Enter Tare No.
• This value can be from 1 to 99.
EX) Tare No. = 1
2. Tare No. Description
EX) Tare Description = Container
3. Tare Type
• There are 2 types of Tare Weights that can
be entered.
Ex.) Tare Type = 1 Numeric Type
Enter the numeric value using the number
keys.
Ex.)Tare Type = 2 Weight Type
Place the container on the platter and press
the PRINT key after the weight stabilizes.
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▶ Type of Tare
Tare No.
Type of Tare
Description
1
Numeric Tare
Enter tare weight by using numeric keys.
2
Weight Tare
Put a container on the platter
4. Enter Tare Value
EX) Tare = 0.010 lb
5. Exit Menu
• If you want to exit, press ESC key.
※ If you set Tare No. to 1 when you create
PLU, tare is set to 0.010kg that is
programmed here.
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2.2.27 List Tare No.(Menu code 1272)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 7. Tare → 2. List )
1. Set the list range
• Set the range of Tare No.’s that you wish to
check
EX) Tare No. 1~10
• Press Print Key to List Tare No.'s on screen.
After Tare No.'s are listed on the screen,
pressing the TEST key will print the Tare
No.'s.
Note: Printing should be done on continuous
label stock.
2.2.28 Delete Tare No. (Menu code 1273)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 7. Tare No.→ 3. Delete )
1. Enter tare number to delete
EX) Delete tare no. 1
Note: There is no confirmation request when
deleting a Tare No. Pressing the PRINT key
will cause the Tare No. entered to be deleted.
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2.2.29 Tare Key (Menu code 1274)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 7. Tare No.→ 4. Tare Key )
This menu allows you to assign the Tare No.'s (Menu 1271) to Tare Keys. Tare Keys
must be programmed using Menu 1880 Function Key Define. There is a maximum of 9
Tare Function Keys available.
Note: When Special Function Keys are programmed they take the place of PLU
Speed Keys, reducing the number of Speed Keys accordingly.
1. Enter tare Key.
EX) Tare Key = 1
2. Enter tare number
EX) Tare No = 1
Note: Tare No.’s can be 1 to 99.
Tare Keys are 1 to 9 only.
2.2.30 Unit Symbol (Menu code 1280)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 8. Unit Symbol )
This menu allows you to program or change the Unit Symbol that will print on the
label for Non Weight or By Count PLU’s.
2.2.31 New/Edit Unit Symbol (Menu code 1281)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 8. Unit Symbol → 1. New/Edit )
You can press the SAVE key at anytime to save the current data and if
you want to exit without saving, press the ESC key.
1. Enter unit number
• This value can be from 1 to 8.
EX) Qty Unit No. = 1
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2. Enter unit symbol
EX) Symbol = TH
• If you want to enter special symbol, press
the CHAR key and enter the code value.
(See ASCII code table on chapter 4.4)
3. Exit menu
• If you want to exit, press ESC key.
2.2.32 List Unit Symbol (Menu code 1282)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 8. Unit Symbol → 2. List )
1. Set the list range
EX) Unit Symbols 1~8
• Press Print Key to List Unit Symbol No.’s
on screen.
After Unit Symbol No.’s are listed on the
screen, pressing the TEST key will print the
Unit Symbol No.s.
Note: Printing should be done on continuous
label stock.
2.2.33 Delete Unit Symbol (Menu code 1283)
( MENU → 2. PLU Data Table I → 8. Unit Symbol → 3. Delete )
1. Enter unit symbol number to delete
EX) Delete unit symbol 1.
Note: There is no confirmation request when
deleting a Unit Symbol No. Pressing the
PRINT key will cause the Unit Symbol No.
entered to be deleted.
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2.3 Programming PLU Data Table II
2.3.1 Ingredient (Menu code 1310)
( MENU → 3. PLU Data Table II → 1. Ingredient )
2.3.2 New/Edit Ingredient (Menu code 1311)
( MENU → 3. PLU Data Table II → 1. Ingredient → 1. New/Edit )
◆ You can press the SAVE key at anytime to save the current data and if
you want to exit without saving, press the ESC key.
1. Enter ingredient number.
• This value can be from 1 to 999.
EX) Ingredient number = 1
2. Enter ingredient
EX) Ingredient Line1 = SALT
EX) To print “SUGAR” on next line, enter
“ ” after SALT.
• Note: The numbers on the right side of the
brackets show the total number of characters
used and the maximum number of characters for
the ingredient message. Pressing the PG UP or
PG DOWN key will move the cursor to the
beginning or end of the brackets respectively.
3. Exit menu
• If you want to exit, press ESC key.
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2.3.3 List Ingredient (Menu code 1312)
( MENU → 3. PLU Data Table II → 1. Ingredient → 2. List )
1. Set the list range
EX) Ingredient No.’s 1~10
※ Press Print Key to List Ingredient No.’s on
screen.
After Ingredient No.’s are listed on the
screen, pressing the TEST key will print
the Ingredient No.’s.
Note: Printing should be done on continuous
label stock.
2.3.4 Delete Ingredient (Menu code 1313)
( MENU → 3. PLU Data Table II → 1. Ingredient → 3. Delete )
1. Enter ingredient number to delete
EX) Delete ingredient no. 1
Note: There is no confirmation request when
deleting an Ingredient No. Pressing the
PRINT key will cause the Ingredient No.
entered to be deleted.
2.3.5 Nutrition Facts (Menu code 1320)
( MENU → 3. PLU Data Table II → 2. Nutrition Facts )
Using this menu you can program Nutrition Facts information that can be linked to
individual PLU’s.
Note: The printing size of the Nutrition Facts may vary depending on the label format
selected.
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▶ Nutrition Facts table
Nutrition Facts
Description
Calories
Calories From Fat
Total Fat
G
Saturated Fat
G
Trans Fat
G
Cholesterol
mg
Sodium
mg
Total Carbohydrates
G
Dietary Fibers
G
Sugars
G
Protein
G
Vitamin A
%
Calcium
%
Vitamin C
%
Iron
%
2.3.6 New/Edit Nutrition Facts (Menu code 1321)
( MENU → 3. PLU Data Table II → 2. Nutrition Facts → 1. New/Edit )
You can press the SAVE key at anytime to save the current data and if
you want to exit without saving, press the ESC key.
You can use the PG UP and PG DOWN keys to navigate from page to page,
or you can use the Arrow keys to go through each page 1 line at a time.
1. Nutrition Fact No
• This value can be from 1 to 500.
EX) Nutrition fact no = 1
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2. Enter description
EX) BEEF STEW
3. Enter Serving Size (TXET)
EX) Serving size = 1CUP
4. Serving Per Con
EX) Serving Per Container = 2
5. Calories
EX) Calories = 230
6. Calories from fat
EX) Calories From Fat= 120
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7. Total Fat (G)
EX) Total fat = 14 g
8. Saturated fat (G)
EX) Saturated fat = 7 g
9. Trans Fat (G)
10. Cholesterol (MG)
EX) Cholesterol = 40 mg
11. Sodium (MG)
EX) Sodium = 950 mg
12. Total Carbohydrate (G)
EX) Total Carbohydrate = 16 g
13. Dietary Fibers (G)
EX) Dietary Fiber = 2 g
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14. Sugars (G)
EX) Sugars = 3 g
15. Protein (G)
EX) Protein = 11 g
16. Vitamin A (%)
EX) Vitamin A = 20%
17. Calcium (%)
EX) Calcium = 2%
18. Vitamin C (%)
EX) Vitamin C = 0 %
19. Iron (%)
EX) Iron = 6 %
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2.3.7 List Nutrition Facts (Menu code 1322)
( MENU → 3. PLU Data Table II → 2. Nutrition Facts → 2. List )
1. Set the list range
EX) NutriFact No.’s 1~10
• Press Print Key to List NutriFact No.'s on
screen.
After NutriFact No.'s are listed on the screen,
pressing the TEST key will print the
NutriFact No.'s.
Note: Printing should be done on continuous
label stock.
2.3.8 Delete Nutrition Facts (Menu code 1323)
( MENU → 3. PLU Data Table II → 2. Nutrition Facts → 3. Delete )
1. Enter nutrition fact number to delete.
EX) Delete nutrition facts no.1
Note: There is no confirmation request when
deleting a NutriFact No. Pressing the PRINT
key will cause the NutriFact No. entered to be
deleted.
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2.4 Discount Programming
2.4.1 Discount (Menu code 1130)
( MENU → 1. PLU → 3. Discount )
The Discount Programming Menu is used to program promotional pricing for
individual PLU's. Discount pricing can be accomplished using Menu code 1130 or by
using the CL Works Software. Discount information must be programmed in each
PLU.
2.4.2 New/Edit Discount (Menu code 1131)
(MENU → 1. PLU → 3. Discount → 1. New/Edit )
◆ You can use the PG UP and PG DOWN keys to navigate from page to page,
or you can use the Arrow keys to go through each page 1 line at a time.
1. Enter department number and PLU
number.
EX) Ingredient number = 1
2. Enter discount type
• Refer to Discount Type table as below
※ Discount information can be different
depending on the discount type.
EX) 1. Unit Price Discount
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▶ Discount Type
#
Type
Description
Unit Price Discount
- By Weight PLU: Set the discount amount on unit
price, depending on weight.
- By Count/PCS PLU: Set the discount amount on
unit price, depending on number of items.
2
% Unit Price Discount
- By Weight PLU: set discount % of unit price,
depending on weight.
- By Count/PCS PLU: set discount % of unit price,
depending on number of items.
3
Total Price Discount
- Set discount amount for total price.
4
% Total Price Discount
- Set discount % of total price.
5
Fixed Price
- Set a fixed amount for discount.
6
Free Item
- Set free of charge item.
7
Free Addition
- By Weight PLU: Set discount weight.
- By Count/PCS PLU: Set discount number
8
Total Price by total price
- Set a discount amount of total price for current total
price.
9
% Total Price by Total Price
- Set a discount % of total price for current total price
10
Unit Price by Total Price
- Set a discount amount of unit price for current total
price
11
Extra by Total Price
- Set a discount number of item for current total price
1
※ Please refer to “Parameter” when user wants to also see the unit price discounted
on “Unit Price” segment together with total price discounted in display
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3. Enter discount value
• Refer to table below.
※ Target unit is different depending on the
PLU type. This is By Weight PLU
therefore this unit is weight. In case of By
count PLU or By PCS PLU, unit is count.
EX) 1st Target: 0.100 lb
1st Value: 1.00 $
2nd Target: 0.500 lb
2nd Value: 2.00 $
No.
Type
Description
1
First Target Weight
Set weight limit for 1st stage of idscount.
2
First Value Price
Set the discount amount of unit price for the first weight
limit.
3
Second Target Weight
Set weight limit for 2nd stage of discount.
4
Second Value Price
Set the discount amount of unit price for the second
weight limit.
4. Discount Condition 1:
(Set the day of week )
1 -> Discount
0 -> Do not discount
EX) Discount on Thursday, Friday and
Saturday
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5. Discount Condition 2
(Set date and time)
EX) Start Date: 04-07-01
End Date : 04-07-31
EX) Start Time: 8am
End Time: 6:30pm
Note: If you set the date and time to 0,
the PLU will be discounted all of the time.
6. Exit menu
• If you want to exit without making any
changes, press the ESC key.
2.4.3 List Discount (Menu code 1132)
( MENU → 1. PLU → 3. Discount→ 2. List )
1. Enter department number to check
EX) Department No 1.
2. Enter PLU range to check
EX) PLU No.’s 1~10
Press Print Key to List Discount type of PLU
No.'s on screen.
After Discount type of PLU No.'s are listed
on the screen, pressing the TEST key will
print the Discount type of PLU No.'s.
Note: Printing should be done on continuous
label stock.
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2.4.4 Delete Discount (Menu code 1133)
(MENU → 1. PLU → 3. Discount → 3. Delete )
This menu is used to delete existing Discounts. There are three methods available to
delete Discounts. Simply enter the number of the method you wish to use.
2.4.5 Delete by PLU No. (DC) (Menu code 1137)
(MENU → 1. PLU → 3. Discount → 3. Delete → 1. Delete by PLU no.(DC))
EX) Press 1 key to select Delete by PLU
No.(DC)
1. Enter the department number and
PLU number to delete
EX) Department number = 2
PLU No. = 1
Note: There is no confirmation request when
deleting a Discount of a PLU No. Pressing the
PRINT key will cause the Discount of the
PLU No. entered to be deleted.
2.4.6 Delete by Dept. No. (DC) (Menu code 1138)
( MENU → 1. PLU → 3. Discount → 3. Delete → 2. Delete by Dept. No (DC))
EX) Press 2 key to select Delete by Dept.
No.(DC)
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1. Enter the department number to
delete
EX) Department number = 2
Note: There is no confirmation request when
deleting a Discounts by Department No.
Pressing the PRINT key will cause all
Discounts in the Department Number entered
to be deleted.
2.4.7 Delete ALL (DC) (Menu code 1139)
(MENU → 1. PLU → 3. Discount → 3. Delete → 3. Delete ALL(DC))
EX) Press 3 key to select Delete All(DC)
Press 1 key to say yes to Delete All(DC)
Note: There is no confirmation request when
deleting all Discounts. Pressing the PRINT
key will cause All Discounts in all
Departments to be deleted.
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2.5 Global Discount Programming
2.5.1 Global Discount (Menu code 1530)
( MENU → 5. Global Setting → 3. Discount )
This menu is used to select what type of Discount is applied to a PLU. You can select
to use a Global Discount for all PLU's, apply Discounts based on individual PLU's or
use no Discount at all. Refer to the chart below for all options.
2.5.2 Priority Setting (Menu code 1531)
( MENU → 5. Global → 3. Discount → 1. Priority )
This menu is used to determine which Discount will have priority. Refer to the chart
below.
Note: Discount information can be seen on the display using Menu code 1871.
(See chapter 2.14.21) Discount information is also printed on the label.
▶ Discount Priority Setting
No
Type
Description
0
No Discount
No discount applied
1
PLU Discount
PLU discount only applied
2
Global Discount
Global discount only applied
3
No Discount in
PLU then Global
PLU discount is applied. If there is no PLU discount,
apply global discount
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2.5.3 Weight/Count/PCS Discount (Menu code 1532/1533/1534)
( MENU → 5. Global → 3. Discount → 1. Priority )
If you want to use the Global Discount method and apply the same discount
regardless of PLU, you can set the Discount information in Menu code 1532, 1533
and 1534. You can use the same procedures shown in chapter 2.4.2.
Global Discount condition by weight Item (Menu code 1532)
( MENU → 5. Global Setting → 3. Discount → 2. Weight discount )
Global Discount condition Non Weight Item (Menu code 1533)
( MENU → 5. Global Setting → 3. Discount → 3. Non Weight discount )
Global Discount condition by Count Item (Menu code 1534)
( MENU → 5. Global Setting → 3. Discount → 4. Count discount )
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2.6 Speed Key Setting
2.6.1 Speed Key Setting (Menu code 1160)
( MENU → 1. PLU → 6. SPEED KEY )
This menu is used to program Speed keys. Speed keys are short-cut keys used to allow
quick access to the most frequently used PLU's in a department. There is also a SHIFT
function that allows you to set a second level of Speed keys that will double the number
of Speed keys available in a department.
You can program up to 5 different Speed Key Sets but only one set can be used in a
department at a time. The Speed Key Set that is used in a department is determined by
Menu code 1211 (chapter 2.2.2)
Note: Function keys can be programmed using Menu code 1880 (chapter 2.14.22) and
are assigned to Speed Key locations. If you program Function keys on the CL5000 you
will decrease the total number of Speed Keys available.
1. Speed Key Set No.
• Select speed key set no. You can use this
number when you program menu 1211.
(See the chapter 2.2.2)
EX) Speed key set No. = 2
2. Speed Key Programming
• The Speed Keys are numbered left to right
and top to bottom. Standard keyboard type
has 48 physical keys but by using the SHIFT
function you can have up to 96. The CL5000
Pole type has 72 physical keys but can have
a maximum of 144 by using the SHIFT
function.
EX1) Speed key no. 1
or
EX2) Speed key no. 49
Note: In Ex. 2, by using the RETURN/SHIFT
key, the same physical key can be
programmed to recall two different PLU's.
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3. PLU No.
• Enter PLU no. to assign speed key 1.
EX1) PLU 10 = BEEF
Note: PLU should be belong to scale’s
department.
2.7 Traceability
2.7.1 Traceability (Menu code 1330)
( MENU → 3. PLU Date Table II → 3. Traceability )
This Menu is used to program the history of a PLU. You must follow local Traceability
regulations when using this menu.
Note: You should program the Country Code (Menu 1340), Slaughter House
(Menu 1350) and Cutting Hall (Menu 1360) before programming the Traceability.
2.7.2 New/Edit Traceability (Menu code 1331)
( MENU → 3. PLU Date Table II → 3. Traceability→ 1. New/Edit )
▶You can press the SAVE key at anytime to save the current data and if
you want to exit without saving, press the ESC key.
1. Enter traceability number
• This value can be from 1 to 999.
EX) Traceability number = 1
2. Enter description
EX) Description = SIRLOIN
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3. Born in country number
EX) Born in country No. = 1. SWEDEN
4. Bred in country number
EX) Bred in country No. = 95. KOREA
5. Slaughter house number
EX) Slaughter house No. = 12. BILLY S
6. Cutting hall number
EX) Cutting hall No. = 23. HAN S CUT
7. Exit menu
• If you want to exit without making any
changes, press ESC key.
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2.7.3 List Traceability (Menu code 1332)
( MENU → 3. PLU Date Table II → 3. Traceability→ 2. List )
1. Set the list range
• Ex.) Traceability No.'s 1~10
Press Print Key to List Traceability No.'s on
screen.
After Traceability No.'s are listed on the
screen, pressing the TEST key will print the
Traceability No.'s.
Note: Printing should be done on continuous
label stock.
2.7.4 Delete Traceability (Menu code 1333)
( MENU → 3. PLU Date Table II → 3. Traceability→ 3. Delete )
1. Enter traceability number to delete
EX) Delete traceability no. 2
Note: There is no confirmation request when
deleting a Traceability No. Pressing the
PRINT key will cause the Traceability No.
entered to be deleted.
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2.8 Country Programming
2.8.1 Country (Menu code 1340)
( MENU → 3. PLU Date Table II → 4. Country )
This menu is used to program Country information. Country information is used when
programming Traceability Numbers. Therefore Country information programming
should be completed prior to programming Traceability.(Menu 1330)
2.8.2 New/Edit Country (Menu code 1341)
( MENU → 3. PLU Date Table II → 4. Country → 1. New/Edit )
▶You can press the SAVE key at anytime to save the current data and if
you want to exit without saving, press the ESC key.
1. Enter country number
• This value can be from 1 to 999.
EX) Country No. = 1
2. Enter country name
EX) Name = KOREA
3. Exit menu
• If you want to exit without making any
changes, press ESC key.
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2.8.3 List Country (Menu code 1342)
( MENU → 3. PLU Date Table II → 4. Country → 2. List )
1. Set the list range
• Set the list range to check
EX) Country No.’s 1~10
Press Print Key to List Country No.'s on
screen.
After Country No.'s are listed on the screen,
pressing the TEST key will print the Country
No.'s.
Note: Printing should be done on continuous
label stock. key.
2.8.4 Delete Country (Menu code 1343)
( MENU → 3. PLU Date Table II → 4. Country → 3. Delete )
1. Enter country number to delete
EX) Delete country no. 1
Note: There is no confirmation request when
deleting a Country No. Pressing the PRINT
key will cause the Country No. entered to be
deleted.
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2.9 Programming Slaughter House
2. 9.1 Slaughter House (Menu code 1350)
( MENU → 3. PLU Date Table II → 5. Slaughter House )
This menu is used to program Slaughter House information. Slaughter House
information is used when programming Traceability Numbers. Therefore Slaughter
House information programming should be completed prior to programming
Traceability.(Menu 1330)
2. 9.2 New/Edit Slaughter House (Menu code 1351)
( MENU → 3. PLU Date Table II → 5. Slaughter House → 1. New/Edit )
▶You can press the SAVE key at anytime to save the current data and if
you want to exit without saving, press the ESC key.
1. Enter slaughter House number
• This value can be from 1 to 999.
EX) Slaughter house No. = 1
2. Enter Slaughter House
• Enter slaughter house name or registered
number.
EX) Slaughter house registered no. = KSH12
3. Enter slaughter house country number
• You can use contry number which is
programmed at menu 1341
EX) Slaughter house Country No. = 1.
KOREA
4. Exit menu
• If you want to exit without making any
changes, press ESC key.
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2.9.3 List Slaughter House (Menu code 1352)
( MENU → 3. PLU Date Table II → 5. Slaughter House → 2. List )
1. Set the list range
• Enter list range to check
EX) Slaughter House No.’s 1~10
Press Print Key to List Slaughter House No.'s
on screen.
After Slaughter House No.'s are listed on the
screen, pressing the TEST key will print the
Slaughter House No.'s.
Note: Printing should be done on continuous
label stock.
2.9.4 Delete Slaughter House (Menu code 1353)
( MENU → 3. PLU Date Table II → 5. Slaughter House → 3. Delete )
1. Enter slaughter House number
• 1. Enter slaughter house number to delete
EX) Delete slaughter house no. 1
Note: There is no confirmation request when
deleting a Slaughter House No. Pressing the
PRINT key will cause the Slaughter House
No. entered to be deleted.
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2.10 Programming Cutting Hall
2.10.1 Cutting Hall (Menu code 1360)
( MENU → 3. PLU Date Table II → 6. Cutting Hall )
This menu is used to program Cutting Hall information. Cutting Hall information is
used when programming Traceability Numbers. Therefore Cutting Hall information
programming should be completed prior to programming Traceability.(Menu 1330)
2.10.2 New/Edit Cutting Hall (Menu code 1361)
( MENU → 3. PLU Date Table II → 6. Cutting Hall → 1. New/Edit )
▶You can press the SAVE key at anytime to save the current data and if
you want to exit without saving, press the ESC key.
1. Enter cuttting hall number
• This value can be from 1 to 999
EX) Cutting hall no. = 1
2. Enter cutting hall information
• Enter cutting hall name or registered
number.
EX) Cutting hall registered number = KCH12
3. Cutting hall Country number
• You can use country number which is
programmed at menu 1341
EX) Cutting Hall Country no. = 1.
KOREA
4. Exit menu
• If you want to exit without making any
changes, press ESC key.
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2.10.3 List Cutting Hall (Menu code 1362)
(MENU → 3. PLU Date Table II → 6. Cutting Hall → 2. List )
1. Set the list range
• Set the list range to check
EX) Cutting Hall No.’s 1~10
• Press Print Key to List Cutting Hall No.'s on
screen.
After Cutting Hall No.'s are listed on the
screen, pressing the TEST key will print the
Cutting Hall No.'s.
Note: Printing should be done on continuous
label stock.
2.10.4 Delete Cutting Hall (Menu code 1363)
( MENU → 3. PLU Date Table II → 6. Cutting Hall → 3. Delete )
1. Enter cutting hall number to delete
EX) Delete cutting hall no. 1
Note: There is no confirmation request when
deleting a Cutting Hall No. Pressing the
PRINT key will cause the Cutting Hall No.
entered to be deleted.
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2.11 Programming Store Data
This chapter explains how to access and program Store Data, Customer Information,
Scrolling Messages and Currency Data.
2.11.1 Store Data (Menu code 1410)
( MENU → 4. Store Data Table → 1. Store )
This menu shows how to program Store Data information.
2.11.2 New/Edit Store (Menu code 1411)
( MENU → 4. Store Data Table → 1. Store → 1. New/Edit Store )
1. Enter store number.
EX) #1
2. Press PRINT key and enter
appropriate text in NAME .
.
EX) NAME = CAS STORE
3. Press PRINT key, then user may
enter other store information such as
TELEPHONE NUMBER or any text
information.
EX) TEL.#=2019339002,
TEXT=NJ CAS office
4. Press PRINT key and user may go
back to STORE main menu by using
ESC key.
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2.11.3 List Store (Menu code 1412)
( MENU → 4. Store Data Table → 1. Store → 2. List Store )
¨ This menu shows the list of STORE saved.
¨ Press 2 in STORE menu to get into LIST STORE menu.
¨ Press SAVE key to list all of STORE information saved.
1. Set the list rang
• Set the list range to check
EX) Store No.’s 1~10
Press Print Key to List Store No.'s on screen.
After Store No.'s are listed on the screen,
pressing the TEST key will print the Store
No.'s.
Note: Printing should be done on continuous
label stock
2.11.4 Delete Store (Menu code 1413)
( MENU → 4. Store Data Table → 1. Store → 3. Delete Store )
This menu is used to delete Store data.
1. Store delete
EX) Store. 1
Note: There is no confirmation request when
deleting a Store No. Pressing the PRINT key
will cause the Store No. entered to be deleted.
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2.11.5 Customer (Menu code 1420)
( MENU → 4. Store Data Table → 2. Customer )
This Menu is used to program the Customer Information. Customer Information is used
to manage a specific Customer's Accounts Receivable. It is used in the Clerk Mode
when issuing a receipt for a Credit Transaction.
Ex.) Pre-paid Customer, Monthly Payment, etc.
2.11.6 New/Edit Customer (Menu code 1421)
( MENU → 4. Store Data Table → 2. Customer → 1. New/Edit )
1. Enter Customer number and press
“PRINT” key.
EX) Customer No.=1,
2. Enter other informations in [ ], such
as Name, Address1, and Address2.
EX) NAME=TOM
ADDRESS 1=99 Murry hill.
ADDRESS 2=East ford
3. Press “PRINT” key, then user may
enter the Address 3, TEL. Number
and customer s CREDIT LIMIT
AMOUNT.
EX) ADDRESS=NJ 07073
TEL=2019339002
CREADIT LIMIT AMOUNT=200.00
4. Press “PRINT” key, to enter the
information. User may go back to
main CUSTOMER menu by pressing
“X/ESC” key.
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2.11.7 List Customer (Menu code 1422)
( MENU → 4. Store Data Table → 2. Customer → 2. List )
This Menu allows you to list the Customer No.'s on the screen or print them out for
your records.
1. Set the list range
• Set the list range to check
EX) Customer No.’s 1~10
• Press Print Key to List Customer No.'s on
screen.
After Customer No.'s are listed on the
screen, pressing the TEST key will print
the Customer No.'s.
Note: Printing should be done on continuous
label stock.
2.11.8 Delete Customer (Menu code 1423)
( MENU → 4. Store Data Table → 2. Customer → 3. Delete )
This Menu allows you to Delete a Customer from the file.
1. Enter customer to delete
EX) Delete customer N0.=1
Note: There is no confirmation request when
deleting a Customer No. Pressing the PRINT
key will cause the Customer No. entered to be
deleted.
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2.11.9 Scroll Message (Menu code 1430)
( MENU → 4. Store Data Table → 3. Scroll Message )
This Menu is used to program the Scrolling Message function in the CL5000. The
Scrolling Message can be used for advertisements, sales promotions, sales
messages, etc.
2.11.10 Configuration (Menu Code 1431)
( MENU → 4. Store Data Table → 3. Scroll Message → 1. Configuration )
The configuration function allows you to program the wait time and the actual scrolling
speed of the message.
1. Configuration
• User may set the wait time from 1 to 6000
second. Setting wait time as 0 means NO
use “Scroll Message”.
Wait Time
This value can be from 1 to 6000 seconds.
Ex.) 5 seconds
Note: If a 0 is entered it will disable the
Scrolling Message.
Speed
This value can be from 1 to 9.
Note: The recommended speed is the default
speed of 4.speed. User may set it from 1 to 9.
Default speed: 4 (recommended).
2.11.11 Edit Scroll Message (Menu Code 1432)
( MENU → 4. Store Data Table → 3. Scroll Message → 2. Edit Scroll Message )
This Menu allows you to program the actual information that will be in the Scrolling
Message. You may input up to 9 messages and use two different scrolling effects.
1. Enter Message No. and Message Text
• 1. Enter Message No. and Message Text.
Ex.) Message No. = 1
Ex.) Message Text = Scrolling Message
2. Set scrolling message effect
• Effect =0 : Do not use.
Effect =1 : Scroll message left to right
Effect =2 : Scroll message right to left
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3. Select Scrolling Message for Use.
• Y : USE
N : DO NOT USE
4. Set date of scroll message
• Date Setting
Ex.) 1 = Yes
Day of the Week Setting
Ex.)
SMTWTFS
1 0 1 1 111
1 = Yes, message will be shown on that day.
0 = No, message will not be shown on
that day.
• Enter Date
Ex.) Start Date = 00-00-00
End Date = 00-00-00
Note: If you enter 00-00-00 for a Start and
End Date. This means that the message will
be shown starting today and will be shown
everyday until December 31, 2099.
• Enter Time
Ex.)Start Time = 00:00:00
End Time = 00:00:00
Note: Start time should be lower than the
End time. If 00:00:00 is entered for both
times then the message will be displayed for
the entire day.
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2.11.12 List Scroll Message (Menu Code 1433)
( MENU → 4. Store Data Table → 3. Scroll Message → 3. List )
This Menu is used to List all programmed Scrolling Messages.
1. Set the list range
• Set the list range to check
EX) Message No.’s 1~10
Press Print Key to List Message No.'s on
screen.
After Message No.'s are listed on the screen,
pressing the TEST key will print the Message
No.'s.
Note: Printing should be done on continuous
label stock.
2.11.13 Currency (Menu code 1440)
( MENU → 4. Store Data Table → 4. Currency )
User may save rate of currency to default currency and convert to
another currency simply by this function.
☞ Please refer to Menu 1880 Function key definition .
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2.11.14 New/Edit Currency (Menu Code 1441)
( MENU → 4. Store Data Table → 4. Currency → 1. New/Edit )
1. Numbering Currency
• You can save up to 4 different currencies
by numbering 1~4.
EX) Currency No. = 1
2. Rate Decimal Point
• Enter the Rate Decimal Point (default = 4)
EX) Rate Decimal Point = 3
3. Currency Rate.
• Enter comparative rate of currency to
default currency set.
EX) Default currency = $1.00
Comparative currency rate to default
currency
= ¤ 1.2800.
4. Primary Sign
• Enter the first currency sign to be
changed.
EX) Primary Sign = $
5. Last Symbol
• Enter the last currency symbol to be
changed.
EX) No last symbol
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6. Price Decimal Digit
• Enter the number of decimal digit
EX) Price Decimal point digit = 2
▶ Printing formats of currency symbol
No
Printing Format
0
100.00,
0.12
1
$ 100.00,
$ 0.12
2
100.00 $,
0.12$
3
$ 100.00 c,
$0.12c
4
$ 100.00 c,
12c(Greek)
5
$100.00,
$0.12
6
100.00$,
0.12$
7
$100.00c,
$0.12c
8
$100.00c,
12c(Greek)
Description
When total amount is less than 1, only
Last currency symbol shows up.
When total amount is less than 1, only
Last currency symbol shows up.
2.11.15 List Currency (Menu Code 1442)
( MENU → 4. Store Data Table → 4. Currency → 2. List )
1. Set the list range
• Set the list range to check
EX) Currency No.’s 1~4
• Press Print Key to List Currency No.'s on
screen.
After Currency No.'s are listed on the screen,
pressing the TEST key will print the Currency
No.'s.
Note: Printing should be done on continuous
label stock.
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2.11.16 Delete Currency (Menu code 1443)
( MENU → 4. Store Data Table → 4. Currency → 3. Delete )
1. Currency number to delete
EX) Delete Currency no. 2
Note: There is no confirmation request when
deleting a Currency No. Pressing the PRINT
key will cause the Currency No. entered to be
deleted.
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2.12 Programming Global Setting
The Global Setting function is used to program functions of the CL5000 like Label
Format, Barcode Format, Discount and Tax settings that will be used on every PLU or
transaction. These settings, when selected override any settings that are programmed
in the PLU. This function can be very convenient and time saving when used properly.
2.12.1 Global Label Format (Menu code 1510)
( MENU → 5. Global Setting → 1. Label Format )
This Menu is used to select whether you use a Global Label Format for all PLU's or if
the Label Format will be programmed in the PLU data structure.
Note: Label Formats 1~45 are Fixed Label Formats and can not be modified. Formats
46~99 are Free Formats that may be created using the CL-Works PC Program and
downloaded to the CL5000.
◆ You can press the SAVE key at anytime to save the current data and if
you want to exit without saving, press the ESC key.
1. Global Label
• Ex.) Use Global Label Format = 1 Yes
Note: If you have selected to use a Global
Label Format, the Label Format that is
programmed in each PLU will be ignored and
the Global Label Format selected in the next
step will be used for every PLU.
2. Set PLU label No.
• Set PLU label number
EX) PLU Label No. = 2. IS6040-0000(60x40)
3. Set Miscellaneous label number
• Set label format for miscellaneous item.
EX) Misc. Label No = 2. IS60400000(60x40)
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4. Set total label number
• Set label format of total label for Add-Up
sales.
EX) Total label No. = 10 , TC60600002(60x60)
5. Set printing direction of total label
EX) Reverse Total Label = Y.
6. Set printing direction of PLU and
Misc. item
EX) Reverse Item Label = Y
7. Exit menu
• If you want to exit, press ESC key.
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2.12.2 Barcode Format (Menu code 1520)
( MENU → 5. Global Setting → 2. Barcode )
Global Barcode Setting provides all-in-one barcode setting by selecting
nine different barcode options so that user does not need to save data
for individual PLUs one by one. All related barcode data are selected and
saved from PLU barcode data table user may already register.
◆ You can press the SAVE key at anytime to save the current data and if
you want to exit without saving, press the ESC key.
1. Set Global Barcode
• If you use global barcode, enter 1. If not,
enter 0.
• If you set it to 1, barcode number is
ignored which is set in PLU programming
EX) Use global barcode
2. Set barcode number for by-weight
PLU
EX) PLU Weight barcode No. = 2
3. Set barcode number for Non-Weight PLU
EX) PLU Non-Weight barcode No. = 2
4. Set barcode number for By-Count PLU
EX) PLU Count barcode No. = 2
5. Set barcode number for fixed PLU
EX) PLU fixed barcode No. = 2
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6. Set barcode number for Misc. weight
item
EX) Misc. weight barcode No. = 2
7. Set barcode number for Misc.
Non-Weight item
EX) Misc. Non-Weight barcode No. = 2
8. Set barcode number for Misc. Count
Item
EX) Misc. Count barcode No. = 2
9. Set barcode number for Add-Up
Total
EX) Add Up TTL barcode No. = 2
10. Set barcode number for floating
Total
EX) Floating TTL barcode No. = 2
11. Exit menu
• If you want to exit, press ESC key.
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2.13 Printing Programming
This chapter explains how to set printing-related environments, such as
print label item, markdown, Hardware, serial number format, and ticket.
2.13.1 Printing (Menu code 1700)
( MENU → 7. Print )
▶ PRINT Submenu
No
Submenus
Description
1
Print Label Item
Select item(s) which is(are) not printed on label.
2
Markdown
Select “Yes” or “No” to print both of original and
discount information on the label.
3
Print Hardware
Set the label type and sensor of printer
4
Serial Number Format
Set the format of serial number to print label or
ticket
5
ADD-UP Total
Select add-up total label whether is printed or not
6
Ticket
Set printing item for ticket
2.13.2 Print label item (Menu code 1710)
( MENU → 7. Print → 1. Print Label Item )
If you set any of the items to N, they will not be printed on any labels
regardless of the label format.
You can use the PG UP and PG DOWN keys to navigate from page to
page, or you can use the Arrow keys to go through each page 1 line at a
time.
◆ You can press the SAVE key at anytime to save the current data and if
you want to exit without saving, press the ESC key.
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1. If you do not want to print, enter 0(N),
if you want to print, enter 1(Y).
▶ Print Label Item
Page
Item
Page
Item
1
Department Name
Department Number
Group Number
9
Refer. Net Weight
Refer. Gross Weight
Percent Tare
2
PLU Number
PLU Name 1
PLU Name 2
10
Percent Tare Limit
Saved Price
Label Serial
3
PLU Name 3
Item Code
Unit Weight
11
Store Name
Clerk Number
Clerk Name
4
Tax Rate
Tax Price
Tare Weight
12
Customer Name
Customer Number
Scale Number
5
Pieces
Unit Symbol
Sell By Date
13
Day of Week
Currency Rate
Second Total Price
6
Sell By Time
Packed On Date
Packed On Time
14
Second Unit Price
Traceability
Nutrition Fact
7
Produced Date
Cook By Date
Bonus Point
15
Label Caption
Total Tax Price
Second Add Total
8
Origin
Ingredient
Sales Message
16
Barcodes
Image
Weight
17
Quantity
Unit Price
Total Price
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2.13.3 Markdown (Menu code 1720)
( MENU → 7. Print → 2. Mark down )
The Markdown Menu is used to determine if both the original and discounted unit
price, total price, weight or quantity information is printed on the label. There are 4 submenus available.
▶ Markdown Sub-menu
No
Sub-menu
1
Total Price Markdown
2
Unit Price Markdown
3
Weight Markdown
4
Quantity Markdown
Description
Select “Yes” to print both the original Total Price and the
Discounted Total Price if any. Otherwise select “No”.
Select “Yes” to print both the original Unit Price and the
Discounted Unit Price if any. Otherwise select “No”.
Select “Yes” to print both of the original Weight information
and the Discounted Weight information if any. Otherwise,
select “No”.
Select “Yes” to print both the original Quantity information
and the discounted Quantity information if any. Otherwise,
select “No”.
1. Select Yes or No by using 1 or 0 key
and press “PRINT” key
2. After setting all of above MARK
DOWN sub-menus use “X/ESC” key
or “SAVE” key to go back to PRINT
main menu.
2.13.4 Printer Hardware (Menu code 1730)
( MENU → 7. Print → 1. Printer Hardware )
This section is to explain how to set printing H/W environments in the
following table.
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1. Press “3” to get into H/W setting
mode on Print Menu.
▶ Printer Hardware Sub-Menu
No.
1
Sub-menu
Print Mode
Select label, ticket or continuous label mode.
Label / Ticket
Size
If it is Label mode, “Width(60)”, “Height(40)” and “Gap
length(2)” size is set, If it is Ticket mode, “Width(60)”,
“Feed(20)” and “End Margin(5)” size is set. If you use
Continuous Label Paper in Label mode, “Gap length” value
is applied to “End Margin”.
* The values in ( ) are default.
3
Sensor
Calibration
Enter the “Gap(128)” and “Peel(128)” values for printing
sensor calibration.
* The values in ( ) are default.
* If you press “TEST” key, Gap and Peel values are
adjusted automatically.
* In case of Ticket mode, Gap value is not saved.
4
Sensor & Motor
Set Peel-off sensor, Rewind Motor and Label Paper type
5
Print Intensity
Set the darkness of the label/ticket printed.
6
Adjust Feed
Length
Set adjusting values of feed length.
This value can be from -200 to +200. You can change
sign(+, -) by pressing ZERO key.
+ value will cause print to higher
- value will cause the print to lower than TPH.
* Pressing “TEST” key automatically feeds to adjust the
feed length.
7
Label Preprint
You can set preprint length.
2
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2.13.5 Print Mode (Menu code 1731)
( MENU → 7. Print → 3. Printer Hardware → 1. Print Mode )
1. Select Print Mode
0 = Label Mode
1 = Ticket Mode
2 = Continuous Label Mode.
• Press “PRINT” to save.
2.13.6 Label Size/Ticket Size (Menu code 1732)
(MENU → 7. Print → 3. Printer Hardware → 2. Label Size )
This Menu allows you to program the width, height (length) and gap length for a label.
Depressing the TEST key will automatically measure and set the height and gap
length of the label. After pressing the TEST key you will need to quickly remove the
labels as they are issued.
• Note: In Ticket Mode, "Ticket Size" is
displayed instead of "Label Size" and "end
margin" is used instead of "gap length". The
TEST key has no function in this mode.
• In Continuous Label mode "Cont. Label
Size" is displayed and "end margin" is used
instead of "gap length". The TEST key has no
function in this mode.
You must press the SAVE key to save the
information and exit to the main Printer
Hardware menu. Depressing the ESC key will
return you to the main menu but will not save
any information.
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2.13.7 Sensor Calibration (Menu code 1733)
(MENU → 7. Print → 3. Printer Hardware → 3. Sensor Calibration )
This Menu is used to set the appropriate values for the Gap, Peel Off and Out of
Paper sensors.
• Pressing the TEST key will automatically
adjust the Gap and Peel Off sensors. The
CL5000 will issue a few blank labels and then
a label with the sensor values on it.
• Note: The blank labels should be removed
immediately as they are issued. Failure to do
so may result in an improper value of the
sensors to be determined and problems with
issuing labels. In Ticket Mode the "gap" value
is not saved.
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2.13.8 Sensor & Motor (Menu code 1734)
( MENU → 7. Print → 3. Printer Hardware → 4. Sensor&Motor )
This Menu allows you to program the Print Method type by activating or deactivating
the Peel Off sensor, Rewind motor and selecting gap or no gap type label stock.
Note: Be sure to select the appropriate values for the type of Print Method you are
using.
• If there is no gap on a label, set Label
Paper to 0, if there a gap, set it to 1.
• When “Ticket Mode” is in “Print Mode”,
[Rewind Motor] and [Label Paper] do not
work.
2.13.9 Print Intensity (Menu code 1735)
( MENU → 7. Print → 3. Printer Hardware → 5. Print Intensity )
This Menu allows you to program the Print Intensity level. (Print darkness) The higher
the number the darker the print will be. Pressing the TEST key will issue a sample label
to verify the Print Intensity setting.
• You must press the SAVE key to save
the setting and exit.
2.13.10 Adjust Feed Length (Menu code 1736)
( MENU → 7. Print → 3. Printer Hardware → 6. Adjust Feed Length )
This Menu allows you to make minor adjustments to the Feed Length which will result
in the print information moving up(+) or down (-) on the Label or Ticket.
Note: Feed Length Adjustment range is -200 to +200. Plus or Minus is controlled by the ZERO
key.
• Value: 1 = 0.125mm
Ex.) “+8” will print 1mm higher
“-8” will print 1mm lower
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2.13.11 Label Preprint (Menu code 1737)
( MENU → 7. Print → 3. Printer Hardware → 7. Label Preprint )
Enter “Y(Yes)” or “N(No)” to select
Preprint mode and any value of the preprint
length from “0 mm” to “10 mm”.
Press “TEST” to test preprinting.
After setting all of above H/W setting
submenus use “X/ESC” key to go back to
PRINT main menu
2.13.12 Serial Number Format (Menu code 1740)
( MENU → 7. Print → 4. Serial Number Format )
This Menu is for programming the Serial Number Format that can be printed on the
Label/Ticket. The Serial Number can be used to keep track of the total number of
Labels/Tickets issued for a given time period.
① Press “4” to go to SERIAL NUMBER
FORMAT menu in PRINT main menu.
② Enter appropriate data in [ ].
Ex.) Label Serial No. = #0001
Ticket Serial No. = RCT#001
Note: Programmable Item definitions are
explained in the chart titled Meaning.
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Meaning
• I : Item Code
• N : PLU Number
• P : Price
• U : Unit Price
• W : Weight
• Q : Quantity
• D : Department
• G : group
• A : Ticket Counter (Ticket Mode)
• B : Scale Transaction Counter
• F : PLU Prefix Character
• T : Text Character
• R : Transaction Counter of Each PLU
• L : Clerk Number
• % : Print Fixed Character in the Next Space.
• K : Country Code (For Future)
2.13.13 Add-Up Total (Menu code 1750)
( MENU → 7. Print → 5. Add-up Total )
This Menu allows you to select whether you can print a Total Label and Item Labels
when you use ADD-UP Sales (Section 3.8).
① Press “5” to get into ADD-UP TOTA
menu in PRINT main menu.
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② Press “0” for “No” or “1” for “Yes” in [ ].
EX) Print Total Label - Yes
Print Item Label - No
③ Press “PRINT” key to save and go back
to PRINT main menu
▶ Add-up setting
ADD-UP Setting
Description
Print Total Label
Total label is printed when you press the PRINT key during add-up
sales.
Print Item Label
Item label is printed whenever you press the ADD key.
※ Applies to Label Mode only.
2.13.14 Ticket (Menu code 1760)
( MENU → 7. Print → 6. Ticket )
This Menu allows you to select which items (content) are printed on the ticket..
① Press “6” to go to TICKET setting.
2.13.15 Select Ticket Item (Menu code 1761)
( MENU → 7. Print → 6. Ticket → 1. Select Ticket Item )
①
Press 1 to go to Select Ticket Item Menu.
Ex.) Print List = Yes
Print Total Barcode = Yes
Print Total Label = Yes
Print Total Barcode , and Print Total Label .
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2.13.16 Select List Item (Menu code 1762)
( MENU → 7. Print → 6. Ticket → 2. Select List Item )
These items will print only if Print List is set to "Y" (Menu 1761) regardless of their
setting in this Menu.
① Press 2 to go to Select List Item Menu.
Ex. Print Store Name = Yes
Print Clerk Name = Yes
Print Item Barcode = Yes
② Ex.) Print Tax Information = Yes
Print Traceability = Yes
Ticket Head Form No. = 2
Ticket Tail Form No. = 3
▶ Ticket Format Setting
Ticket Format Setting
Print List (Y/N)
Ticket Item
Print Total Barcode
Print Total Label
Print duplicate ticket
Print List duplicate ticket
List Item
Print Store Name
Print Clerk Name
Print Item Barcode
Print Tax Information
Print Traceability
Ticket Head Form No.
Ticket Tail Form No.
Description
■ Enables printing of each sales item on the
Label/Ticket. If set to "Y" user can program List
Item (Menu 1762)
■ Enables printing of the Total Barcode on the
Label/Ticket.
■ Enables printing of a separate Total Label on the
Label/Ticket.
■ Enables printing of a duplicate Label/Ticket.
■ If Print Duplicate Ticket is enabled, setting this
item to "Y" will enable the printing of the List Items
on the Duplicate Label/Ticket. If set to "N" then
only the Total Price will print on the Duplicate
Label/Ticket.
■ Printing Store Name on Label/Ticket.
■ Printing Clerk Name on Label/Ticket.
■ Printing every item ‘s barcode on Label/Ticket.
■ Printing tax information on Label/Ticket.
■ Printing traceability information on Label/Ticket
■ Printing label format No. for ticket head.
■ Printing label format No. for ticket tail.
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※ Note: To use the Ticket Head and Ticket Tail Form No. you will have to create a
label format using the CL-Works software program and download it to the scale.
◆Ticket Format
◆ List Format
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2.14 Programming Scale Configuration
2.14.1. Scale Configuration (Menu code 1800)
( MENU → 8. Scale Config )
This chapter explains how to configure the scale. The main menu of
Scale Configuration is shown as below.
2.14.2 Sale Mode (Menu code 1810)
( MENU → 8. Scale Config → 1. Scale Mode )
This Menu allows you to select the appropriate Sale Mode that you want the scale to
operate in. There are 7 different modes as explained in the table below.
▶ Sale Modes
No.
Sale Modes
1
REG: Ticket & Floating
Selecting Ticket and Floating Clerk Mode.
Description
2
REG: Label
Selecting Label Mode.
3
REG: Prepack
Selecting Prepack Mode.
4
REG: Label & Floating
Selecting Label and Floating Clerk Mode.
5
Manager
Selecting Manager Mode
6
Repack
Selecting Repack Mode (In this mode, totals are not added to
the totals information file.)
7
Self Service & Label
Selecting Self Service Mode (In this mode, you can use
speed key and some keys. If you want to escape from Sale
Mode, press MENU key and SAVE key at the same time)
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▶ By selecting one of the following Sale Modes you can accomplish a "one-stop"
setting for the Clerk, Operation, Print and Prepack mode.
MODE
1. REG: Ticket & Floating
2. REG: Label
3. REG: Prepack
Clerk Mode
Operation
Mode
Print
Mode
Prepack
Mode
Floating Clerk
Regist
Ticket
OFF
No Clerk
Regist
Label
OFF
No Clerk
Regist
Label
ON
Floating Clerk
Regist
Label
OFF
-
Manager
OFF
OFF
6. Repack
-
Repack
OFF
OFF
7. Self Service & Label
-
-
Label
OFF
4. REG: Label & Floating
5. Manager
You may also individually set the options for the Clerk and Operation Modes using
MENU 1820 and the Print Mode using MENU 1731.
Note: Clerk Mode does not change automatically when selecting this Sale Mode.
1. Select a Sale Mode
EX) 1) Sale mode = REG: Label
2. Select “Floating & Ticket” mode
EX) 2) Sale mode = REG: Ticket & Floating
2.14.3 Operation Mode (Menu code 1820)
( MENU → 8. Scale Config → 2. Operation Mode )
This MENU is used to manually select the Clerk and Operation Modes. There are
three different Operation Modes: Registration, Repack and Manager. There are also
three Clerk Modes; No Clerk, Standard Clerk and Floating Clerk. Refer to the following
chart for an explanation of each of these modes.
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▶ Clerk Modes
No
Clerk Modes
1
No Clerk
2
Standard Clerk
3
Floating Clerk
Description
All sales made by using the Print key.
Clerk can make sales after logging in using the Clerk
Key.
Multiple Clerks can make sales using separate Clerk
Keys.
▶ Operation Modes
No
Operation Modes
Description
1
Registration
2
Repack
Normal sales mode but not included in total sales
data(report). Good for clerk training.
3
Manager
User can access all functions without having to
enter a password.
Normal sales mode.
1. Select appropriate “CLERK MODE”
and “OPERATION MODE”.
EX) Clerk Mode = Standard Clerk
Operation Mode = Registration
2.14.4 Department (Menu code 1830)
( MENU → 8. Scale Config → 3. Department )
MENU 1830 is used to select the department that the scale will be used in. Once the
department number is selected a user will only be able to recall PLU's that are in the
scale and assigned to that department.
If a user would like to use PLU's registered in other departments programmed in the
scale, then the user would have to change the scale's department number setting using
this program.
The Store No. represents the actual Store Name (Menu 1410) that may be printed on
the label/ticket.
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1. Select Department No. and Store ID.
EX) DEPARTMENT No.= 2 (Grocery)
Store No.= 1 (Branch #1)
2.14.5 Date & Time (Menu code 1840)
( MENU → 8. Scale Config → 4. Date/Time )
This Menu is used to program the scale's Date and Time. Always using the correct
Date and Time is critical to proper scale operations.
1. Set appropriate “DATE”, “TIME”,
and “MONTH FORMAT”.
EX) DATE= [07.02.04]
TIME= [10:30:00]
Month Format= [1]
2. Set “YEAR FORMAT”, TIME
FORMAT and separator for “DATE”.
EX) Year Format (0=2001, 1=01) = [1]
Time Format(0~3) = [1]
Date Separator = [-]
3. Set separators for “TIME”, using
ASCII code table on page
EX) Time Separator = [:]
Note: Please refer to the ASCII Code Table" (Chapter 4.4) to input special characters
used as the Date or Time separator.
4. Press the PRINT key to save
the information and return to the
Scale Configuration main menu.
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2.14.6 User/ Security Configuration (Menu code 1850)
( MENU → 8. Scale Config → 5. User/Security Configuration )
Menu 1850 is used to create, edit, change, list or delete a clerk's security
information. It is also used to assign clerk's to the clerk keys and configure their
permission levels for individual functions.
2.14.7 New/Edit User(Menu code 1851
( MENU → 8. Scale Config → 5. User/Security Con → 1. New/Edit )
Enter the appropriate User data for Clerk Number, Clerk Name, Nickname, Clerk
Password, Clerk Level and Label Message No.
EX) Clerk No. = 2 ,
Clerk Name = CHRISTOPER ,
Nickname = CHRIS ,
Clerk Password = 0115 ,
Clerk Level = 3 ,
Note: If you are using Floating Clerk Mode,
you have to register all Clerks.
▶ NEW/EDIT USER in USER’S Security Condition
No
Operation Modes
Description
1
Clerk No.
This value can be from 1 to 95.
2
Clerk Name
This value is available up to 22 characters.
3
Nickname
This value is available up to 7 characters. It can be
printed on a label and displayed on the scale.
4
Clerk Password
4 digit alphanumeric (See Note 1 below)
5
Clerk Level
0~3 level (See Note 2 below)
Note 1: Password - When you enter the password, you have to type the Clerk Number
(2 digits) and the Password (4 digits). For example, if your Clerk Number is 20 and
your Password is 1234, you would have to enter 201234 PRINT key. The minimum
Password length is 3 digits and the maximum is 6 digits."
If there is no level 3 Clerk assigned, you can use the Default Password (011).
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Note 2: Clerk Level - This value relates to MENU 1855 Config Permission. It can be set
from 0 to 3 with 0 being the lowest permission level and 3 being the highest permission
level. For example if Clerk 5 is set to permission level 2 then Clerk 5 can use functions
that are set to level 1 or 2 in MENU 1855 but not functions set to level 3.
No.
Level
Description
1
0
Assigned to employees that are registered but do are not using the scale.
2
1
Lowest level. Normal employees are assigned to level 1.
3
2
Usually assigned to senior employees or Department Managers.
4
3
Highest level. Usually assigned to Store Manager.
2.14.8 Change Password (Menu code 1852)
( MENU → 8. Scale Config → 5. User/Security Con → 2. Change Password )
This Menu item allows a user with an appropriate permission level to change their
Password and their Password only. In the example below, Clerk 11 with a Password of
055 wants to change their Password to 22.
1. Enter password.
[Clerk No.] (2 digits) +
[Password] (4 digits max.)
EX) Clerk No. 11 Password 055 = 11055
PRINT key
2. Enter New Password
EX) New Password = 22 PRINT key
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2.14.9 List User (Menu code 1853)
( MENU → 8. SCALE CONFIG → 5. User/Security Con. → 3. List )
1. Enter start number and end number
to check
Note: To list all, press the SAVE key.
EX) User No.'s 1~10
Note: There is no confirmation request when
deleting a Clerk No. Pressing the PRINT key
will cause the Clerk No. entered to be deleted.
Press Print Key to List User No.'s on screen. After User No.'s are listed on the
screen, pressing the TEST key will print the User No.'s.
Note: Printing should be done on continuous label stock.
2.14.10 Delete User (Menu code 1854)
( MENU → 8. SCALE CONFIG → 5. User/Security Con. → 4. Delete )
1. Enter clerk number to delete
EX) Delete clerk no. 2
2.14.11 Config Permission (Menu code 1855)
( MENU → 8. SCALE CONFIG → 5. User/Security Con. → 5. Config Permission )
Config Permission level is directly associated with the Clerk permission level (Chapter
2.14.7). If a Clerk's permission level is lower than the Config Permission level assigned
to a function, then the Clerk will not be allowed to access that function.
Ex.) Config Permission level for using the Price Change Key is set to a 2.
Clerk 5 has a permission level of 1
Clerk 5 will not be able to use the Price Change Key
Clerk 6 has a permission level of 2
Clerk 6 will be able to use the Price Change Key
Note: If Config Permission level is set to a 0, all clerks can access that function.
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▶ Setting Configuration Permission
No
Operation
1
Use Item Change Key
2
Use Price Change Key
3
Use Dept. Change Key
4
Use Pay Key
5
Use Date Change Key
6
Use Type Change Key
7
Use selection PLU Item
8
Use Input Weight Key
9
Use Edit Discount Key
Description
Set a permission level for PLU Change Key. (You can define
this function key in menu 1880 on chapter 2.14.22)
Set a permission level for Price Change Key. (You can define
this function key in menu 1880 on chapter 2.14.22)
Set a permission level for Department Change Key. (You can
define this function key in menu 1880 on chapter 2.14.22)
Set a permission level for Pay key. (You can define this
function key in menu 1880 on chapter 2.14.22)
Set permission level for Date Change Key. (You can define
this function key in menu 1880 on chapter 2.14.22)
Set a permission level for PLU Type Change Key.(You can
define this function key in menu 1880 on chapter 2.14.22)
Set a permission level for Selecting PLU item. (You can
define this function key in menu 1880 on chapter 2.14.22)
Set a permission level for Input weight key(You can define
this function key in menu 1880 on chapter 2.14.22)
Set a permission level for Discount Key. (You can define this
function key in menu 1880 on chapter 2.14.22)
10 Allow Clerk Sale
Set a permission level for password in floating mode
11 Allow Void
Set a permission level to void item
12 Allow Add Up
Set a permission level for add-up sales
13 Allow Return
Set a permission level to return item
14 Allow Override
Set a permission level to override price
15 Allow CashDraw Open
Set a permission level to open cash drawer
16 Allow Menu
Set a permission level to go to program menu
17 Allow Menu for edit PLU
Set a permission level to edit PLU
18 Allow Price Change
Set a permission level to change price
19 Allow Global Set
Set a permission level for global setting
20 Allow X Report
Set a permission level for X report
21 Allow Z Report
Set a permission level for Zreport
22 Allow Store Data Edit
Set a permission level to edit store data
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No
Operation
Description
23 Allow Tax Edit
Set a permission level to edit tax
24 Allow Discount Edit
Set a permission level to edit tare
25 Allow Tare Edit
Set a permission level to edit traceability
26 Allow Traceability Edit
Set a permission level to edit customer
27 Allow Customer Edit
Set a permission level for scale configuration
28 Allow Scale Config
Set a permission level for communication message.
29 Allow Communication MSG. Set a permission level to edit data table I.
30 Allow Edit Data Table 1
Set a permission level to edit data table II.
31 Allow Edit Data Table 2
Set a permission level for printer setting
32 Allow Printer Setting
Set a permission level to change operation mode
33 Allow Change Oper Mode
Set a permission level to change user param.
34 Allow Change User Param Set a permission level for communication setting.
35 Allow Set Communication Set a permission level to edit tare
You can use the PG UP and PG DOWN keys to navigate from page to page,
or you can use the Arrow keys to go through each page 1 line at a time.
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2.14.12 Clerk Key ( Menu code 1856 )
( MENU → 8. SCALE CONFIG → 5. User/Security Con. → 6. Clerk Key )
Menu 1856 is used to assign Clerks to Clerk Keys. You can program up to 64 Clerk
Keys using Menu 1880 Key Define (Chapter 2.14.22).
Note: Clerk Keys subtract from the total number of Speed Keys available. Once a
Clerk Key is assigned to a Speed Key location, there is no Shift function available for
that key location either.
1. Enter Clerk Key
• This value can be from 1 to 64.
EX) Clerk Key No. = 2
2. Enter Clerk No.
EX) Clerk = 2. LEE
In this example Lee, who is Clerk 2 is assigned to Clerk Key No. 2. This means that anytime Clerk Key
number 2 is pressed during a sale that sale will be registered to Clerk 2, Lee.
2.14.13 Test (Menu code 1860)
( MENU → 8. SCALE CONFIG → 6. Test )
This Menu is used to perform diagnostic tests on the scale. The tests available are
Display, A/D, Keyboard, Chess Print, Printer Sensor, Memory Information, Firmware
Version and Communications.
① Press “6” to get into TEST menu.
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2.14.14 Display Test (Menu code 1861)
( MENU → 8. SCALE CONFIG → 6. Test → 1. Display )
Pressing 1 while on the Test Menu screen will automatically initiate the Display Test
function. The Display Test will test the seven segment display as well as the LCD
graphic display. To exit the Display Test function simply press the X/ESC key and
you will be returned to the Test Menu screen.
2.14.15 A/D Test (Menu code 1862)
( MENU → 8. SCALE CONFIG → 6. Test → 2. A/D )
To test the A/D, press “2”
To set zero press “ZERO”
User may exit from this menu, using “X/ESC” key
2.14.16 Keyboard Test (Menu code 1863)
( MENU → 8. SCALE CONFIG → 6. Test → 3. Keyboard )
To test keyboard, press “3” Display will
show grid point Press any key to test key pad.
To exit keyboard test, press “ESC” two times.
2.14.17 Chess Printer Test (Menu code 1864)
( MENU → 8. SCALE CONFIG → 6. Test → 4. Chess Print )
Press “TEST” key to test printing a label.
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2.14.18 Printer Sensor Test (Menu code 1865)
( MENU → 8. SCALE CONFIG → 6. Test → 5. Printer Sensor )
To test printer sensor, press “5” on
Test menu screen. The display will
show the current status of the sensors.
You can use the PG UP and PG DOWN
keys to navigate from page to page or
you can use the Arrow keys to go
from page to page.
▶ Printer Sensor Test Items
No
Test Items
Description
1
Peel-off
Displays the status of the Peel-Off Sensor.
2
Head-up
Displays the status of the Head Open Sensor
3
Gap
Displays real-time value of the Gap Sensor.
4
Peel
Displays real-time value of the Peel Off Sensor.
2.14.19 Memory Information (Menu code 1866)
( MENU → 8. SCALE CONFIG → 6. Test → 6. Memory Information )
To see memory information, press “6” on
Test menu screen. The display shows
current memory size. 0 indicates 1MB.
You can exit from this menu, by pressing
“X/ESC” key.
2.14.20 Firmware Version (Menu code 1867)
( MENU → 8. SCALE CONFIG → 6. Test → 7. Firmware Version )
You can use the PG UP and PG DOWN
keys to navigate from page to page or
you can use the Arrow keys to go from page
page to page.
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2.14.21 Communication (Menu code 1868)
( MENU → 8. SCALE CONFIG → 6. Test → 8. Communication )
You can diagnose a communication(RS232C)
status of scale which is connected to PC by
pressing any key.
If you press “A” key, “A” character is displayed
in both scale and PC in normal state.
You can exit from this menu, by pressing
“X/ESC” key.
2.14.22 Scale Parameter (Menu code 1870)
( MENU → 8. SCALE CONFIG → 7. Scale Parameter )
You can set scale’s environment as below.
▶ Scale Parameter
Menu
1. Display
(Menu
code:1871)
2. Printing
(Menu
code:1872)
Sub-menu
Setting Value
Display Discount Info
Y/N
Show Clerk Nickname
Y/N
0: Left alignment
1: Center alignment
2: Right alignment
PLU Name Align
Label prt w.o rewind (x Key)
Description
The scale shows discount information.
The scale shows clerk’s nickname.
Set the alignment position of the PLU
Name.
Disable the rewind motor when you use the
X key.
Y/N
Print unit symbol in qty area
0:Print automatically
1:Need to confirm to print
repo
rt and do not confirm any
more until power off
2:Need to confirm to print
report and do not confirm
any more until you exit
program mode
0: Do not print
1: Print in Name 1.
2: Print in Name 2
3: Print in Name 3
Y/N
Print pieces in unit price area
Y/N
Print Pieces in unit price area.
Print All report within range
Y/N
Print all report
0
Not used
The "DD" field in Barcode is printed
"20","21","22" according to the range of
prices.
The "DD" field in Barcode is printed
"23","24","25" according to the range of weight.
Confirm prt report on label
Print origin for comm..line
Swedish Auto Barcode
1
2
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Set confrim method when you print report in
label mode
Print Country of Origin in Commodity Name
Line.
Print Qty Symbol in qty area.
Save Type change
Y/N
Using a regular date format as "Year, Month,
Day", print a date on the position of "Pack
Date" field of the label.
Using a monthly date format as
"A(=Monday),B(=Tuesday),…", print a date
on position of "Pack Date" field of the label.
Using
a
date
format
as
"MON,TUE,WED,…", print a date on
position of "Pack Date" field of the label.
Using a date format as "Year, Day"(no
month), print a date on the position of "Pack
Date" field of the label.
When you press the "RETURN" key, a label
will be printed.
When you press the "RETURN" key, a label will
be printed.
Save unit price change.
Start save mode(start up)
Y/N
Save type Change in PLU
0
1
Print Prepack Type
2
3
Print Item when return
Save unit price change
PLU clrAft sale(WT. On Tray)
Y/N
Shift key instead return Key
Y/N
Save mode is active when you turn on the
scale.
Plu is cleared after printing even though there is
an item on the platter.
If you enter count, it is considered that misc.
count condition when there is no Misc. Key
If there is an item on the platter, it is considered
that misc. weight condition when there is no
Misc. Key
Tax is included in total price
Use double speed key
Y/N
Use shift key instead of return key.
Multi-print on discount sale
Y/N
Use double speed key
Print count w.o misc. key
Print weight w.o misc. key
3. Sale Setup
(Menu
code:1873)
Y/N
Y/N
Y/N
Y/N
T.price = price + Tax
Y/N
Start auto mode(start up)
Y/N
Set a "X" key to use or not when you begin the
discount sale using "DISC(%)" and "DISC()"key.
Set a start mode to "Auto" or not when the scale
start.
Enable Quick PLU
1~999
After printing label, automatically Clerk Log off
Y/N
Enable Quick PLU
4. Clerk
(Menu
code:1874)
Y/N
You can use the PG UP and PG DOWN keys to navigate from page to page,
or you can use the Arrow keys to go through each page 1 line at a time.
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2.14.23 Function Key Define (Menu code 1880)
( MENU → 8. Scale → 8. function Key Define )
You can define function keys to Speed keys. It is recommended that you
define function key to higher number Speed key because you can not
use that PLU key.
1. Enter key code
Pole type : 72 Speed Keys
Standard type : 48 Speed Keys.
If you press Speed key, the displays shows
the key code of that speed key.
EX1) Standard Type :
EX1) Press last speed key.
2. Enter function key
EX1) Use 12 Function key (LCD
Back_light ON/OFF) Refer to below
table.
3. To cancel function key.
Enter key code to cancel and set Function
Key No. to 0
EX) Key Code = 42
EX1) Function Key id = 0
If you cancel function key, you can use it
as Speed key.
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▶ Function Key.
Function Key
Define
Description
1
[DISC -]
- SALE Key
2
[DISC%]
% SALE Key
3
[SPECIAL SALE]
Special sales unit price
4
[NEGATIVE]
Negative sale
5
[FIXED PRICE]
Fixed Price Key
6
[TYPE CHANGE]
WT/CT Key
7
[CASHOPEN]
Cash Drawer Open Key
8
[GRAND TOTAL]
Grand Total Key
9
[ PLU REFERENCE]
Reference PLU Key
10
[IN WEIGHT]
INWeight Key
11
[LABEL/TICKET]
Toggle between the Label and Ticket
12
[LEDON]
LCD Backlight On/Off Key
13
[MISC WEIGHT]
Misc. Weight Key
14
[MISC COUNT]
Misc. Count Key
15
[MISC PCS]
Misc. PCS Key
16
[EDIT SELL]
Sell By Date Change Key
17
[EDIT ORIGIN]
Origin Change Key.
18
[EDIT ITEM]
PLU Change Key
19
[EDIT DATETIME]
Change Date/Time
20
[EDIT D/C]
Set discount for current PLU
21
[EDIT SPEEDKEY]
Change PLU Speed key
22
[EDIT PRICE]
PLU Price Change Key
23
[CLERK CALL]
Clerk key to call indirectly
24
[LAST VOID]
Void Last Sale
25~28
[CURRENCY1~4]
Call Currency Table
31~39
[TARE KEY1~9]
Call Tare Table
51~83
CLERK(V1~V32)
Clerk key
0 or 9999
PLU Key
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2.15 Report
2.15.1 Introduction
X mode is used to read (i.e. print and display) sales data. There are variety
of reports that you can generate from X mode. Each of these reports is kept in
two separate counters or “books” called X1 and X2. The X1 and X2 reports
allow you to print reports at any time for either of the reporting periods.
You can use X1 reports to see current daily totals and X2 reports to see current
weekly totals. The time period combinations (daily, weekly, monthly, etc.) are
determined by how you use the Z1 and Z2 (reset) reports.
Remember that you can generate as many X reports as you would like
because X mode does NOT clear any sales data.
2.15.2 Report Menu (Menu code 1600)
( MENU → 6. Report )
No.
Submenus
1
X1 Report
Print and display sales data of period 1
Description
2
Z1 Report
Print, display and clear sales data of period 1
3
X2 Report
Print and display sales data of period 2
4
Z2 Report
Print, display and clear sales data of period 2
5
Clear All
Clear all reports of period 1 and 2
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2.15.3 X1/X2 Report (Menu code 1610/1630)
( MENU → 6. Report → 1. X1 Report / → 3. X2 Report )
There are 7 detailed reports.
No
Submenus
Description
1
Scale
Print and display scale sales report
2
PLU
Print and display PLU sales report
3
Misc. PLU
Print and display Misc. PLU sales report
4
Group
Print and display group sales report
5
Department
Print and display department sales report
6
Hourly
Print and display hourly sales report
7
Clerk
Print and display clerk sales report
2.15.4 X1/X2 Scale Sales Report (Menu code 1611/1631)
( MENU → 6. Report → 1. X1 Report /3. X2. Report → 1. Scale )
If you press “1” key on X1/X2 Report menu
screen, scale sales report is shown on the
display.
To print this report, press “TEST” key.
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To exit this menu, press the “ESC” key.
▶ Sample - Scale Report
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2.15.5 X1/X2 PLU Report (Menu code 1612/1632)
( MENU → 6. Report → 1. X1 Report /3. X2 Report → 2. PLU Report )
Press “2” key on X1/X2 Report menu screen.
Enter PLU range to check.
Enter PLU range to check.
EX) dept 1, plu 1 ~ 10
PLU sales report is shown on the display by
pressing “PRINT” key.
To print report, press “TEST” key.
To exit this menu, press the “ESC” key.
Note: PLU with no sales is not printed.
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▶ Sample - PLU Report
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2.15.6 X1/X2 Miscellaneous PLU Report (Menu code 1613/1633)
( MENU → 6. Report → 1. X1 Report /3. Report → 3. MISC. PLU )
Press “3” key on X1/X2 Report menu screen.
Enter the number to check.
0 : Miscellaneous by-Weight
1 : Miscellaneous Non- Weight
2 : Miscellaneous by- count
Ex) Misc. by-weight, Misc. Non- Weight, Misc.
by- count
Sales report is shown on the display by
pressing “PRINT” key.
To print report, press “TEST” key.
To exit this menu, press the “ESC” key.
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Note: Misc. PLU with no sales is not printed.
▶ Sample - Miscellaneous Report
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2.15.7 X1/X2 Group Report (Menu code 1614/1634)
( MENU → 6. Report → 1. X1 Report /X2. Report → 4. Group )
Press “4” key on X1/X2 Report menu screen.
Enter group range to check.
If you did not set a group number in a PLU
when programming the PLU it will be
included in Group 0.
Ex) Group 0 ~ Group 23
You can see group sales data by pressing
“PRINT” key.
To print report, press the “TEST” key.
To exit this menu, press “ESC” key.
Note: If the setting of MENU 1872 (Print All Report within Range) is set to NO, then
Groups within the range with no sales data are not printed. If set to YES, then all
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Groups within the range will print regardless of no sales data.
▶ Sample - PLU Report
2.15.8 X1/X2 Department Sales Report (Menu code 1615/1635)
( MENU → 6. Report → 1. X1 Report /3.X2 Report → 5. Department )
Press “5” key on X1/X2 Report menu screen.
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Enter department range to check.
EX) dept 1 ~ dept 10
You can see department sales data by
pressing “PRINT” key.
To print report, press the “TEST” key.
To exit this menu, press “ESC” key.
Note: If the setting of MENU 1872 (Print All Report within Range) is set to NO, then
Departments within the range with no sales data are not printed. If set to YES, then
all Departments within the range will print regardless of no sales data.
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▶ Sample - Department Report
2.15.9 X1/X2 Hourly Sales Report (Menu code 1616/1636)
( MENU → 6. Report → 1. X1 Report /3.X2 Report → 6. Hourly )
Press “6” key on X1/X2 Report menu screen.
Enter time to check.
EX) AM 9 hour ~ PM 2 hour
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You can see hourly sales data by pressing
“PRINT” key.
To print report, press “TEST” key.
To exit this menu, press “ESC” key
Note: If the setting of MENU 1872 (Print All Report within Range) is set to NO, then
Hours within the range with no sales data are not printed. If set to YES, then all Hours
within the range will print regardless of no sales data.
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▶ Sample - hourly Report
2.15.10 X1/X2 Clerk Sales Report (Menu code 1617/1637)
( MENU → 6. Report → 1. X1 Report /3.X2 Report → 7. Clerk )
Press “7” key on X1/X2 Report menu screen.
Enter clerk range to check.
EX) clerk 0 ~ clerk 95
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You can see hourly sales data by pressing
“PRINT” key.
To print report, press “TEST” key.
To exit this menu, press “ESC” key
Note: If the setting of MENU 1872 (Print All Report within Range) is set to NO, then
Clerks within the range with no sales data are not printed. If set to YES, then all Clerks
within the range will print regardless of no sales data.
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▶ Sample - Clerk Report
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2.15.11 Z1/Z2 Report (Menu code 1620/1640)
( MENU → 6. Report → 2. Z1 Report / 4. Z2 Report )
If you select menu code 1620, you will see
following screen.
If you want to print and clear the data, press
TEST key. The scale shows following screen.
To print and clear, press “1” key. The scale
shows following screen.
When printing is done, Z1 data is cleared
and you return to the main Report Menu.
Sales data is same with X1 report
Note1: If the setting of Parameter 598 (Print when Z Report clear) is set to NO, the Z Report will not
print out but the totals will be cleared.
Note 2: If the setting of Parameter 595 (Individual clear Z report) is YES then you will be able to clear
Scale, PLU, Misc. PLU, Group Department, Hourly and Clerk sales data separately.
Caution: Using this function may cause reports to vary with the scale report.
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2.15.12 Clear All Report (Menu code 1650)
( MENU → 6. Report → 5. Clear All )
The Clear All Reports Menu is used to
simply clear all Sales Data. It does not print
out any report, it simply clears all Sales
Data from memory
To clear all report, press the 1 key.
If you do not wish to clear all reports
press the 0 or X/ESC key.
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3. SALES OPERATION
3.1 Basic Operation
This chapter explains some of the basic operations of the CL5000 with regards to
entering a Tare Weight, Calling up a PLU, etc. Please keep in mind that some of the
basic operations will vary depending upon how the scale has been programmed.
■ Turn ON the scale.
3.2 Zero
You can use the ZERO key to correct for a deviation from zero as long as
there are no PLUs or MISC PLUs called-up. The weight can sometimes drift
from zero due to debris on the platter, leaving objects on the platter for
excessive periods of time, or other environmental factors. To correct this,
remove everything from the platter and press the ZERO key when the stable
indicator “▼” is on. Below is a possible zero drifted state that should be
corrected by simply pressing the ZERO key.
① EX) Initial weight displayed => 0.002.
② Press “ZERO” key to set initial zero.
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3.3 Tare
You can enter tare weights as long as there are no PLUs or MISC PLUscalled-up.
If you need to temporarily override a PLU s tare weight, you must enter the tare
weight first and then call-up that PLU. There are two ways to enter a tare weight
and both ways will only work if there is no PLU or MISC PLU called-up.
3.3.1 Manual Tare Entry 1
① Enter a tare weight manually by pressing
the numeric keys EX) 150 g
② Press “TARE” key.
3.3.2 Weighed Tare Entry
① Place the empty container on the platter making sure that the weight is stable
EX) 0.15 kg
② Press “TARE” key.
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3.3.3 How to Clear Tare
① Remove the item from the platter
② Press “TARE” key again.
3.3.4 Preset Tare
① Call up a PLU including tare(weight of container).
EX) PLU #3 s tare =150 g
② Clear PLU#3, then tare is also automatically cleared.
3.3.5 Successive Tare
① Enter tare (weight of container) using
numeric keys.
EX) 150 g
150
② Enter the weight of container using
numeric keys.
EX) 200 g
③ Press “TARE key after removing item and container from the platter.
Note: Parameter 605 “Accumulation Tare” and parameter 606 “Subtraction
Tare” must be set.
3.3.6 Tare Override
① Call up a PLU including tare (weight of
container).
EX) PLU #3 s tare = 100 g
② Place the container (Tare Weight of new container must be greater that recalled Tare Weight.)
for TARE OVERRIDE.
③ Pressing “TARE” key overrides current PLU tare (weight of container) and the
weight becomes “O”.
Note: Parameter “603 PLU Tare Override” must be set.
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3.4 Calling Up a PLU
There are two ways to call up a PLU by using numeric key and preset key. (speed key)
3.4.1 Using Numeric Key
① Enter PLU number by using numeric keys and
press “PLU” key.
EX) PLU No. 15
Note: Even if the operator does not press the PLU Key after entering a PLU Number,
the PLU will still be displayed depending on the setting time in Parameter 586 (Indirect
PLU Call Time). If the setting time is set to 0 the operator must press the PLU Key to
recall the PLU.
3.4.2 Using Speed Key
To use a Speed Key to call up a PLU, the PLU must already be assigned to that Speed
Key. To call up a PLU using a Speed Key simply press the appropriate Speed Key that
is attached to the PLU you want to recall.
Note: Speed Keys must be programmed using Menu 1160 (Chapter 2.6)
① Press a speed key (which is save as a PLU).
EX) PLU #79=Apple, Speed key #5
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3.5 Override (FOR key)
The OVERRIDE Key is normally used to temporarily change the unit price of a PLU. It
can also be used to change quantity pricing of a By Count type PLU or permanently
change the unit price of a PLU.
Note: If Menu 1873 (Save Unit Price Change) is set Y then any price change made will
become permanent after printing a label.
3.5.1 By-Weight PLU
- PLU# 1.MEAT ( PLU Type : By weight, Unit Price : 1.99$).
① Press OVERRIDE key.
② Enter new unit price.
③ Press PRINT key to print label.
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3.5.2 Non-Weight PLU
- PLU# 2.APPLE ( PLU Type : Non-Weight, Unit Price : 1.00$).
① Press OVERRIDE key.
② Enter QUANTITY and press FOR key.
③ Enter new unit price.
④ Enter QUANTITY and press FOR key.
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3.5.3 By-Count PLU
- PLU# 3.Eggs ( PLU Type : By-Count, Pieces : 3, Unit Price : 30.00$).
① Press OVERRIDE key.
② Enter QUANTITY and press FOR key.
③ Enter PIECES and press FOR key
④ Enter new unit price.
⑤ Press PRINT key to print label.
Note: If Menu 1873 (Save Unit Price Change) is set Y then any price change made will
become permanent after printing a label.
Discount function is not available when you use OVERRIDE.
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3.6 Sales Operation
3.6.1 Weighed Item Operation
To call up a PLU enter the PLU Number and press the PLU Key. You may also call up a
PLU by using the Speed Keys. (refer to chapter 3.4)
Ex.)
PLU No.: 29
Press 29 PLU or
Press Speed Key
Place the item(s) on the platter.
Press “PRINT” key to print a label and
complete current transaction. This
transaction(s) is saved in the sales record.
Note: If scale is in Auto or PrePack mode the label will automatically be issued.
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Remove the item(s) from the platter.
* Total Price= Sales weight X Unit price
Note: In SAVE or PrePack mode the PLU is not automatically cleared when you remove
the item from the platter."
If you set "PLU Clr Aft Sale (WT. On Tray)" to Y in Menu 1873 (Chapter 2.14.21) the
PLU will be cleared after the label is issued even though the item is still on the platter.
3.6.2 By Count Item
To call up a PLU enter the PLU Number and press the PLU Key. You may also call up
a PLU by using the Speed Keys. (refer to chapter 3.4)
Ex.)
PLU No.: 31
Press 31 PLU or
Press Speed Key
Enter the number of pieces.
EX) 20 pieces.
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Press “PRINT” key to print a label and
complete current transaction. This
transaction(s) is saved in the sales record.
* Total Price= Piece(s) X Unit price
Note: - In SAVE and Prepack Mode, the PLU called up is not automatically cleared
after issuing a label.
3.6.3 By Count Item
To call up a PLU enter the PLU Number and press the PLU Key. You may also call up
a PLU by using the Speed Keys. (refer to chapter 3.4)
Ex.)
PLU No.: 30
Press 30 PLU or
Press Speed Key
Enter QUANTITY [the number of Pieces].
EX) 20 pieces.
Press “PRINT” key to print a label and
complete current transaction. This
transaction(s) is saved in the sales record.
* Total Price= QUANTITY X [Unit price / PIECES]
Note: - Note: In SAVE and Prepack Mode, the PLU called up is not automatically
cleared after issuing a label.
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3.7 Discount
Before you can use the Discount Function you must program the Discount Data using
Menu 1130 (chapter 2.4.1). There are several different Discount Types and they function
differently depending on the PLU type.
3.7.1 Unit Price Discount - By Weight PLU
To call up a PLU enter the PLU Number and press the PLU Key. You may also call up
a PLU by using the Speed Keys. (refer to chapter 3.4)
Ex.)
PLU No.: 29
Press 29 PLU or
Press Speed Key
• 1st Target of Discount: “Discount amount from unit price”
= $0.50 for weight ≥ 0.5 lbs.
• 2nd Target of Discount: “Discount amount from unit price”
= $1.00 for weight ≥ 1.00 lbs.
Place an item on the platter. In this example
the Discount (Unit Price - $0.50) is not available
because the weight of the item (.48 lbs.) is lower
than the 1st Discount Target (.5 lbs)
Place an item on the platter. In this example
the Discount (Unit Price - $0.50) is available
because the weight of the item (.52 lbs) is greater
than the 1st Discount Target (.5 lbs).
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Place items on the platter. In this example the
Discount (Unit Price - $1.00) is available because
the weight of the items (1.07 lbs.) is greater than
the 2nd Discount Target (1.00 lbs.)
Press the PRINT Key. The Discount is
shown by the markdown (strikethrough)
of the Unit Price on the label. Refer to figure.
Note: - You can select whether to print both the Original and Discounted Information
using Menu 1720 (chapter 2.13.3)
If you set Display Discount Info to a Y in Menu 1871 (chapter 2.14.21) you will
be able to see Total Price and Discount Information in the Display.
3.7.2 % Unit Price Discount - By Weight PLU
To call up a PLU enter the PLU Number and press the PLU Key. You may also call up
a PLU by using the Speed Keys. (refer to chapter 3.4)
Ex.)
PLU No.: 29
Press 29 PLU or
Press Speed Key
• 1st Target of Discount: Discount Unit Price 10% for a weight > or = to .5 lbs.
• 2nd Target of Discount: Discount Unit Price 20% for a weight > or = to 1.00 lbs.
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Place an item on the platter. In this example the
Discount (10% off of Unit Price) is not available
because the weight of the item (.48 lbs.) is lower
than the 1st Discount Target (.5 lbs)
Place an item on the platter. In this example the
Discount (10% off of Unit Price = - $2.00) is
available because the weight of the item (.52 lbs.) is
greater than the 1st Discount Target (.5 lbs)
Place items on the platter. In this example the
Discount (20% off of Unit Price = - $4.00) is
available because the weight of the item (1.07 lbs.) is
greater than the 2nd Discount Target (1.00 lbs)
Press the PRINT Key. The Discount is shown by
the markdown (strikethrough) of the Unit Price
on the label. Refer to figure.
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3.7.3 Unit Price Discount - By Count PLU
To call up a PLU enter the PLU Number and press the PLU Key. You may also call up
a PLU by using the Speed Keys. (refer to chapter 3.4)
Ex.)
PLU No.: 30
Press 30 PLU or
Press Speed Key
• 1st Target of Discount: Discount amount from Unit Price
= $0.20 for sales ≥ 5 pieces.
• 2nd Target of Discount : Discount amount from unit price
= $0.50 for sales ≥ 10 pieces.
Enter the Quantity. In this example the Discount
(Unit Price - $0.20) is available because the
quantity of the item (5 pieces) is equal to the
1st Discount Target (5 pieces).
Enter the Quantity. In this example the Discount
(Unit Price - $0.50) is available because the
quantity of the item (11 pieces) is greater than
the 2nd Discount Target (10 pieces).
Press the PRINT Key. The Discount is shown by
the markdown (strikethrough) of the Unit Price
on the label. Refer to figure.
Note: - You can select whether to print both the Original and Discounted Information
using Menu 1720 (chapter 2.13.3)
If you set Display Discount Info to a Y in Menu 1871 (chapter 2.14.21) you will
be able to see Total Price and Discount Information in the Display.
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3.8 Add-Up Transaction
The CL5000 Add Up Mode allows the scale to operate in cash register like manner. By
using the ADD, ST/TTL and VOID keys transactions can be accumulated and voided
with a total label issued for all entries. To initiate the Add Up process you simply press
the ADD/PG DOWN key instead of the PRINT key in the normal label issue process.
You can Add Up a maximum of 399 transactions.
Ex.)
PLU 32 Sirloin
PLU 35 T-Bone
By Weight Type
By Count Type
Unit Price = $20.00/lb.
Unit Price = 3 for 6.00
1. Call up a PLU and place item on the platter.
2. Press ADD key. PLU is cleared automatically
and graphic display will show ADD 1 $9.78. Remove
item from the platter.
Note: - If Menu 1750 (chapter 2.13.3) Print Item Label is set to Y, then a label will be printed
every time you press the ADD key.
3. Call up a PLU. Enter the quantity.
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4. Press ADD key. PLU is cleared automatically.
Display will show ADD 2 $13.78.
5. You can repeat the Add Up process up to
399 times. To finalize the Add Up process
press the ST/TTL key. The Total information
will be displayed.
Note: - You can display the running Grand Total at any time during the Add Up process
by pressing the ST/TTL key. To return to the Add Up process press the ESC/X key.
6. To complete the Add Up process press the
PRINT key. A Total label will be issued showing
the Total Item Count, Void Count and the Total Price.
Note: - You can press the VOID key to cancel a transaction (chapter 3.10).
- The total price information for an Add Up transaction will not be erased if the
scale is accidentally turned off prior to issuing a grand total label.
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3.9 Clerk Operation
There are three clerk modes as below.
▶ Clerk Modes
☞ To register clerk, refer to menu code 1850 of program mode. (See chapter 2.14.6)
Assumption
- Clerk should be registered on menu 1850. (See chapter 2.14.6)
- Clerk number should be set on menu 1856 to use “V1, V2, V3, and V4”
keys (See chapter 2.14.12) If the clerk is not assigned to V1~V4, this
clerk has to enter password after pressing V key.
- All clerks can use “V” key.
* Up to 100 transactions are available in Clerk mode
* Sales data is saved in memory.
* If you press PRINT key to complete transaction, grand total price is
printed and sales data is cleared from memory.
* If you want to see total price before completing transaction, press the
ST/TTL key. To print, press the PRINT key.
* Even though you turn off the scale before printing, sales data is not cleared.
* If you want to print ticket when you log out, press V1, V2, V3 or V4 to log
on and press the PRINT key. You can also check total price by pressing
ST/TTL key after log on.
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Note: - You have to set Clerk log out time in menu 1874 of program mode.
(See chapter 2.14.21) If you do not call a PLU and do not operate the
scale, time is computed. To set 30 seconds for logout time, enter 300.
If you do not want to log out, enter 0.
- When there is no PLU, you can print ticket again by pressing X key (It
depends on the setting of parameter 599, Print last ticket)
3.9.1 Standard Clerk Operation
Assumption
- You have to set “Select Clerk Sale mode” to “2” (Standard Clerk) in
menu 1820 of program mode. (See chapter 2.14.3)
EXAMPLE 2:
Clerk No: 2, Clerk Name: Christine, Clerk Key: V1
PLU#1=Apple, Unit Price 10.00, Weight, 1.2 kg
PLU#2=Orange, Unit Price 20.00, Weight, 1.2 kg
① Call up a PLU.
② Place an item and press V1 key. You will get a
label automatically.
③ Call up a PLU.
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④ Place an item and press V1 key. You will
get a label automatically.
⑤ Press the PRINT key to complete
transaction. If you are in ADD-UP mode,
you can have label for grand total price.
Note: - If you are in ADD-UP mode, you can have label for grand total price
by pressing PRINT key. When you turn on the scale, this function is
not active so you have to press ADD key.
3.9.2 Floating Clerk Operations
Assumption
- You have to set Select Clerk Sale mode to 3 (Floating Clerk) in menu
1820 of program mode. (See chapter 2.14.3)
EXAMPLE :
Clerk No: 2, Clerk Name: Christine, Clerk Key: V1
PLU#1=Apple, Unit Price 10.00.
PLU#2=Orange, Unit Price 20.00 10 pieces.
① Call up a PLU.
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② Place an item on the platter and press the V1 key.
This transaction is save to memory.
③ Call up a PLU #2.
④ Place an item on the platter and press the V1 key.
This transaction is saved to memory.
⑤ Press the PRINT key to complete transaction.
Grand total price label is printed and sales
data is cleared in memory.
Note: - Print mode of floating clerk operation is ticket type as default. If you
want to use label type, you have to change setting in menu 1731 of
program mode. (See chapter 2.13.5)
- You can set ticket item in menu 1761 of program mode. (See chapter
2.13.15)
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3.10 Void
The VOID key is used to eliminate transactions performed during Add Up or Floating
Clerk operations.
Note: The operator must have a permission level that allows them to access the VOID
function.
EX) Several different items have been sold
Condition 1: No PLU is called up or Total Price is zero.
1. Press the VOID key. You will see this
display.
2. To void 1. ORANGE, enter 1 and press the
PRINT key. The display should show "void"
beside number 1.
3. To void other items simply enter the appropriate number and press the PRINT key. To finish,
press the ESC/X key.
Note: You can use the PG UP and PG DOWN or the Arrow Keys to navigate up and down the
list.
Condition 2:
Voiding a registered PLU with the same price.
1. Place item on platter.
press the PRINT key.
Enter the PLU No. and
2. Press VOID key. If registered PLU with same price exists the item will be voided.
Note: If registered PLU with same price does not exist then the VOID list screen will be
shown automatically.
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3.11 Payment & Change
The PAY function can be used during Add Up transactions and also when using
Floating Clerk operations.
▶Payment Table
EX) Total Price for Sale is $15.00
Customer pays with $6.00 Coupon and $10.00 Cash.
1.Press PAY key when transaction is
completed. Display will show the Sub Total
Price and Payment Method.
2. Select Payment Type 5 (Coupon) and press
the PRINT key.
Note: See Payment Table above.
3. Enter Coupon value $6.00.
Note: You do not have to enter the "$" or "."
when entering the dollar value.
4. Press PRINT key. Now you can select
Payment Type again.
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5. Select Payment Type 0 (Cash) and press
PRINT key.
.
6. Enter Cash value $10.00.
Note: You do not have to enter the "$" or "."
when entering the dollar value.
7. Press PRINT key. Label is issued showing
the Total Price, Amount Received and Change
Due.
Note: You can set the Print Items in Menu
1760 (chapter 2.13.14).
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3.12 Return
The RETURN key is used to delete erroneous sale transactions. You can
use the RETURN key to undo erroneous sales transactions like pressing the
PRINT key inadvertently, selecting and printing the wrong PLU, an inadvertent
Auto-Print in Pre-Pack mode, or perhaps adjusting the sales totals for a
damaged or ruined package. Whatever the reason, the RETURN function will
decrement returned PLU s transaction counter and sales totals by the
specified amount.
You need to call-up the PLU that you wish to return by either pressing its
corresponding speed key or typing its number.
◆ When the price is zero,
0) By weight PLU : You need to enter the total price and weight that was printed
on the return PLU s label
1) By count PLU: You need to enter the total price and quantity that was printed on
the return PLU s label
◆ When the price is higher than zero,
Return function is performed by pressing RETURN key
Note: - If you set Shift key instead return key to “Y” in menu 1873 of program
mode, you cannot use return function. (See chapter 2.14.21)
- If parameter 596 X/Z Report is not set, this function will not operated.
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3.13 Prepack Key
Pre-Pack Mode is very useful for back room applications. It provides a method of
increasing productivity by not requiring the operator to press the PRINT key for every
package. Instead the operator can concentrate on weighing, wrapping and labeling.
In Pre-Pack mode you can not select the Auto Mode, however the label will always
issue automatically. Pre-Pack Mode functions like Auto and Save Mode combined, the
PLU does not clear when the item is removed from the platter and the label is
automatically issued after the weight becomes stable.
To call up a PLU enter the PLU Number and press the PLU Key. You may also call up a
PLU by using the Speed Keys. (refer to chapter 3.4)
EX) Calling up a PLU using a Speed Key.
Speed Key #1 = Onion Unit Price = $1.50
1. Press PREPACK key and then Speed Key
to call up PLU."
Replace Figure showing Key "A" with
one labeled ONION.
2. Place the item(s) on the platter.
3. Label is issued automatically.
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4. Remove the item(s) from the platter.
Note: - If the scale is in Prepack mode then it will always auto-print if the Total
price is greater than 0.00 and:
1. The weight deviates by an amount greater than or equal to the Parameter
862 setting(Min. weight for sale) and the weight stabilizes at a weight
greater than zero.
2. The weight deviates by an amount greater than or equal to the Parameter
861 setting(Auto threshold) and the weight stabilizes at a weight greater
than zero.
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3.14 X Key
The X key or Multi Label Function key is used to print multiple transactions for the same
item.
3.14.1 By-Weight PLU
Note: If you want to use X key for by-weight PLU, you must set Parameter
582, Use “X” key (by WT.).
To call up a PLU enter the PLU Number and press the PLU Key. You may also call up
a PLU by using the Speed Keys. (refer to chapter 3.4)
EX)
1. Calling up a PLU using a Speed Key.
Speed Key #1 = Onion Unit Price = $1.50
2. Place the item(s) on the platter.
3. Press the X key then enter the number of labels
you want and press the PRINT key.
The labels will issue in succession
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4. Remove the item(s) from the platter.
Note 1: If you set "Label Prt. w.o. Rewind (X key)" to Y in Menu 1872 (chapter 2.14.21)
the scale will not use the peel-off sensor. This means that when you issue the labels the
backing paper will not be rewound. You will have to press the FEED key when you are
finished to take up the backing paper.
3.14.2 Non-Weight / By-Count PLU
You can use the X key or Mulit-Label function for Non-Weight or By-Count type PLU's
without any special programming. The procedures for using the X key for these types of
PLU's is the same as the By-Weight PLU's.
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3.15 How to Change Sell By Date/Time
This function is used to change the Sell By Date and the Sell By Time for a programmed PLU.
Note: To use the Change Sell By Date or Time function you must program the EDIT SELL key
using Menu 1880 (chapter 2.14.22).
To call up a PLU enter the PLU Number and press the PLU Key. You may also call up a PLU by
using the Speed Keys. (refer to chapter 3.4)
Ex. Calling up a PLU using a Speed Key.
Speed Key #1 = Onion, Unit Price = $1.50
1. Press Speed Key
2. Press the EDIT SELL key.
Enter the new Sell By Date and Sell By Time.
3. Press PRINT key to complete saving.
Note: The new Sell By Date and Sell By Time will
become permanent changes after pressing
the PRINT key.
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3.16 How to Change Origin
This function is used to change the Country of Origin that is programmed in a PLU.
Note: To use the CHANGE ORIGIN function you must program the CHANGE ORIGIN key
using Menu 1880 (chapter 2.14.22).
To call up a PLU enter the PLU Number and press the PLU Key. You may also call up a PLU by
using the Speed Keys. (refer to chapter 3.4)
Ex. Calling up a PLU using a Speed Key.
Speed Key #1 = Onion, Unit Price = $1.50
1. Press Speed Key
2. Press ORIGIN key. Enter new Origin number.
Press PRINT key to complete saving.
Note: The new Origin will become permanent
after pressing the PRINT key.
3. Press PRINT key to complete saving.
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3.17 How to Change PLU Type
Note: If you set “Save Type change” to “Y” in menu 1873 of program mode,
changed PLU type is saved. (See chapter 2.14.21)
① Press “WT/CT” key to change PLU type from
By-weight to By-count PLU or vice versa.
☞ If you change by-Weight PLU to by-count PLU, quantity is set 1 and unit
price is same.
☞ If you change by-count PLU to by-weight PLU, unit price is same.
☞ If there is discount information on PLU, you can not change PLU type.
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3.18 Direct Discount
If there is no discount information in PLU, you can use this function.
3.18.1 Fixed Price Key
① Call up a PLU # 1 and press “Fixed Price” key.
② Press “Override Key”
③ Type fixed price 2.00 than press PRINT key
Note: - To use Fixed Price Key, you have to set this key in menu 1880 of
program mode. (See chapter 2.14.22)
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3.18.2 % Discount Price Key
① Call up a PLU(#1.APPLE) and press
“%Discount” key
② Enter % amount to discount and press PRINT key
Ex) 20%
③ Place item on the platter and press PRINT key.
Note: - To use % DISCOUNT key, you have to set this key in menu 1880 of
program mode. (See chapter 2.14.22)
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3.19 PLU Connection
3.19.1 Referenced PLU Function
If you press REFERENCE key after calling up a PLU which has reference
information, reference will be shown on the display.
◆ To use this function, you have to set reference department and reference
PLU when you create PLU.
3.19.2 Coupled PLU Function
Automatically coupled PLU is called up after transaction.
You can use this function when you sell two or more items as package.
◆ To use this function, you have to set reference department and reference
PLU when you create PLU.
3.20 Sales Operation Control Parameters
3.20.1 Fixed Weight
- You can set fixed weight when you create PLU
If you call up this PLU, the weight is not changed.
- You can use IN WEIGHT key.
Call up a PLU and enter a fixed weight by using OVERRIDE key and
press IN WEIGHT key.
3.20.2 Prepack Without Report
The transaction data is not added to report while using prepack mode.
- You have to set Parameter 597(Prepack report) to use this function. Also,
Parameter 596 should be set to Y
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4. Appendix
4.1 Label Format
There are fixed label format and user label format
▶ Fixed Label Format
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4.2 Fixed Label Format Sample
▶ (1) Label sample 1
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4.3 Fixed Label Format Sample
Label Format has several fields and each field has own ID.
Item label print the information of each PLU sale and Total label print the
information of grand total of PLUs. Item Label field is separate from Total
Label field. But the information of store and clerk is common item.
4.3.1 Item Label Field
▶ (1) Item Field
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▶ (2) Caption Field
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▶ (3) Traceability Field
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▶ (4) Nutrition Facts Field
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4.3.2 Total Label Field
▶ (1) Total Field
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4.4 ASCII Code Table
▶ Microsoft Window Codepage 1252
Note: To enter A , first you have to read 40 in a row and 01 in a column and type 41.
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4.5 Window Character Set Information
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