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Toshiba SL-9000 Owner's Manual

Toshiba scale user manual.
TEC Electronic Computing Scale
SL-9000/9000N-FFR-US/CA/QR
Owner's Manual

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    TEC Electronic Computing Scale SL-9000/9000N-FFR-US/CA/QR Owner’s Manual...

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    Do not attempt to effect repairs or modifications to this equipment. If a fault occurs that cannot be rectified using the procedures described in this manual, turn off the power, unplug the machine, then contact your authorized TOSHIBA TEC representative for assistance. Meanings of Each Symbol This symbol indicates warning items (including cautions).

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    • Utilize our maintenance services. After purchasing the machine, contact your authorized TOSHIBA TEC representative for assistance once a year to have the inside of the machine cleaned. Otherwise, dust will build up inside the machines and may cause a fire or a malfunction. Cleaning is particularly effective before humid rainy seasons.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    1. INTRODUCTION ... 1- 1 APPLICABLE MODEL ... 1- 2 ACCESSORIES... 1- 2 2. SPECIFICATION ... 2- 1 SCALE ... 2- 1 OPTION ... 2- 2 3. APPEARANCE ... 3- 1 4. DISPLAY ... 4- 1 US TYPE... 4- 1 CA/QR TYPE ...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    17. CLEANING THE PRINT HEAD ...17- 1 18. TROUBLESHOOTING...18- 1 CAUTION: This manual may not be copied in whole or in part without prior written permission of TOSHIBA TEC. The contents of this manual may be changed without notification. Please refer to your local Authorized Service representative with regard to any queries you may have in this manual.

  • Page 7: Introduction

    1. INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing the TEC SL-9000 Series electronic computing scale. As you will discover, the TEC SL-9000 has many features and functions designed for user friendliness as well as complete customer satisfaction. The 256×64 dot fluorescent display provides customers with ample information, the 140 speed keys realize a higher degree of operability, and the 3 inch/sec.

  • Page 8: Applicable Model, Accessories, Display

    INTRODUCTION 1.1 APPLICABLE MODEL SL-9000-30M-N-FFR-US SL-9000-15M-FFR-CA/QR The description of the model number is as follows. S L - 9 0 0 0 - 3 0 M - N - F F R - U S Max. Capacity 30M: 30 lbs (decimal pound...

  • Page 9: Specification, Scale

    4 digits (US/CA type), 5 digits (QR type) 5 digits (US/CA type), 6 digits (QR type) Dual sides SL-9000: 560 PLUs (Standard), 240 PLUs when LOGO is available. 3120 PLUs max. (Option) SL-9000N: 3600 PLUs max. (Standard) Thermal Print Head (2 inch wide) On-demand/Batch 193 dots/inch (7.6 dots/mm)

  • Page 10: Option

    10 Base T (LAN) Interface Board (SL-9000N only) NOTES: 1. Contact TOSHIBA TEC H.Q. or your nearest TOSHIBA TEC representative. 2. Order from TOSHIBA TEC Parts Center or purchase locally. 3. When purchasing memory modules locally, select one having the following specifications.

  • Page 11: Appearance

    APPEARANCE 3. APPEARANCE Speed Keyboard and Programming Keyboard LAN Interface (SL9000N option) Main Power Switch CMT/PL-3 I/F Display Drawer I/F LON I/F Level Gauge Adjustable Legs Meat Platter RS-232C I/F: MALE TMCC I/F: MALE 3- 1 Operation Keyboard Label Guide Label Guide Printer Cover...

  • Page 12: Ca/qr Type

    DISPLAY 4. DISPLAY 4.1 US TYPE SL-9000N 4.2 CA/QR TYPE SL-9000N NOTE: For the SL-9000 model, the model name on the display panel is “SL-9000”. WEIGHT CAPACITY 0∼15 lb 0.005 lb 15∼30 lb 0.01 lb WEIGHT 0∼6 Kg 0.002 Kg CAPACITY CAPACITÉ...

  • Page 13: Key Layout, Programming Keyboard

    Sets “AUTO CODE”. AUTO CODE Changes the PLU # currently called. CHANGE Deletes PLU. DELETE Prints data set in the currently called PLU. TEST Inputs data to the SL-9000 system during programming. ENTER CLEAR SHIFT NEXT CHANGE ↑ ↓ SEND...

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    KEY LAYOUT Name of Key 1. Displays the preceding PLU data. − 2. Used to set an auto code. 3. Calls the preceding label format # when setting the print position. Moves the cursor to left. ← Moves the cursor to right. →...

  • Page 15: Operation Keyboard And Speed Keyboard

    The numbers form 1- 70 indicate the speed key layout, but the actual keys have no number. Pressing the key enables another 70 PLUs assignment. The functions of the (3) and (4) keys can be changed according to the initial settings as follows. Initial Setting # SL-9000 SL-9000N SL-9000/9000N 28-4 ■ Operation Keyboard Function Name of Key Enters PLU #, unit price and tare weight.

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    KEY LAYOUT ■ Operation Keyboard Function Name of Key Prints the customer label. PRT/* Saves tare and unit price after taking off the commodity from a platter. SAVE Sets the number of articles in “BY COUNT” mode. Displays the date. DT/TM Selects the item for change Print/OFF.

  • Page 17: Self Service Keyboard

    KEY LAYOUT ■ Operation Keyboard Function Name of Key This key is used for item or subtotal discount by entering a percentage. (Optional key by initial setting) Feeds the label. FEED Issues a test label. TEST Adjusts the zero point. ZERO Changes the label issue mode between Automatic issue and manual issue.

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    Speed key can operate among unit-price change (prog-mod), read/reset-mode, security-mode. Of course panel-key can operate, those panel key don’t indicate top of key-sheet. NOTE: If you would like to switch the initial setting #13-2 to 1 please contact your authorized TOSHIBA TEC representative. 5- 6...

  • Page 19: Procedure Before Operation

    PROCEDURE BEFORE OPERATION 6. PROCEDURE BEFORE OPERATION Unpack the accessories and scale from the carton. Install the remote unit on the scale. (See Page 7-1.) Refer to Safety Precautions in this manual and set up the scale at a proper location. Load the Label or Receipt.

  • Page 20: Installation Procedure

    INSTALLATION PROCEDURE 7. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE CAUTION: Never place the scale upside down. Doing so will cause an error in weigh operation. Insert the attached remote bush into the remote pipe and push it up until it will go no further. Assemble the remote unit and secure it using the four cap screws (C-5x25).

  • Page 21: Level Adjustment

    LEVEL ADJUSTMENT 8. LEVEL ADJUSTMENT 1. Level Gauge Set the scale on a stable and level surface. Level the scale by turning the adjustable legs so that the air bubble is inside the center circle. 2. Adjustment Procedure ① When the air bubble moves toward the left side, turn the right adjustable legs clockwise. ②...

  • Page 22: Removal And Replacement Of Media

    REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF MEDIA 9. REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF MEDIA 1. Open the printer cover and turn the head-up lever to the right. 2. Pull out the roll stopper and backing paper stopper, then remove the receipt/label core with the backing paper.

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    REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF MEDIA 4. Insert the tip of the receipt/label into the print head. 5. Align the two media guides with the right edge of the receipt/label. Media Guide 6. Thread the receipt/label as shown below. When using a label roll, take up the backing paper onto the winding roll and fix it with the backing paper stopper.

  • Page 24: Outline Of Operation

    Available after the POWER key is depressed while scaling. In the self service scale mode (the initial setting #13-2 is set to 1), these keys are unavailable. If you would like to switch the initial setting #13-2 to 1, please contact your authorized TOSHIBA TEC representative.

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    10. OUTLINE OF OPERATION ■ Registration mode FUNCTION ZERO SETTING LABEL FEED CALL PLU BY SPEED KEY CALL PLU BY PLU KEY RETURN TO PLU CALLING MODE TEMPORARY CHANGE OF DATE TARE CLEAR PRESET TARE 1 PRESET TARE 2 DIRECT TARE SAVE UNIT PRICE SAVE TARE TEST PRINT...

  • Page 26: Programming Procedures

    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES 11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES ■ How to access to Programming Menu Enter a menu number ESC. Password Programming starts NOTES: 1. When the selected menu ( and enter the password. 2. In Section 11.1, 11.2 and 11.3, items which have been sold on that day cannot be called before resetting (refer to Section 15.) unless Initial Set #1-4 is set to 1.

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    PROGRAM/CHANGE TITLE ON DISPLAY/PRINT SEND/RECEIVE LOGO DATA PROGRAM IDIOM VENDOR NAME PROGRAM FREE FORMAT PROGRAMS PARAMETERS FOR LAN 11- 2 ■ Title and Contents of Programming Menu CONTENTS Contact a TOSHIBA TEC Page 11-4 11-5 11-7 11-8 11-12 11-13 11-14...

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    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES ■ How to enter characters Use the following procedure to enter a commodity name, address and ingredient message. Example) 1 st line: 2 nd line: 1 st line content SHIFT SHIFT NOTES: ← → 1. and keys 2.

  • Page 29: Plu Data Edit

    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES 11.1 PLU DATA EDIT Menu Page: 1 Item No.: In this procedure, use operation keys (except when calling a PLU by using a speed key). The unit price stored in a PLU can be changed with this menu. <MENU>...

  • Page 30: Plu Data Setting

    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES 11.2 PLU DATA SETTING Menu Page: 1 Item No.: Setting or changing the contents of PLU (PLU#, UPC#, Commodity Name, etc). <MENU> Page 1 NEXT NEXT Enter PLU# ENTER (max. 6 dig.) Is status In what mode of initial set is PLU used? #1-6?

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    7. Tare % indicates a percentage of tare in gross weight, which is available when the initial Setting #8-7 is set to 1 (SL-9000) or #28-4 is set to 1 (SL-9000N). 8. When setting open prices in the count mode (Initial Setting #1-6: 1), set zeros as quantity and unit price.

  • Page 32: Ingredient Message

    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES 11.3 INGREDIENT MESSAGE Menu Page: 1 Item No.: Ingredient messages can be printed on a label with a maximum of 54 characters per line using small letters or 32 characters per line using boldfaced small letters. Will print up to 38 lines. <MENU>...

  • Page 33: Nutrition Setting

    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES 11.4 NUTRITION SETTING Menu Page: 1 Item No.: Using the following procedure, nutrition information and caloric intake can be set. Serving Size and Servings Per Container consist of a maximum of a 18 characters. However, total number of characters including title characters must not exceed 30. <MENU>...

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    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES Additional Information Area 2∼6. (0∼99999 or 0.0∼999.9) Enter the vitamin A. (0∼999) Enter the Calcium. (0∼999) Additional Information Area 7 12 (0 999) PROG. ESC. Pressing the ↓ key instead of the returns to the preceding menu. NOTES: 1.

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    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES ● Set the Daily Value Table AUTO Basic Calories. CODE (Content No. 1) Enter the Basic Saturated Fat. (Content No. 3) Basic Sodium. (Content No. 5) Enter the Basic Dietary Fiber. (Content No. 7) NOTES: 1. DAILY VALUE (Max. 8 digits) 1) The contents of Daily value Contents No.

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    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES ● Deleting Nutrition Data DELETE ● Memory file sort The memory file is sorted when a memory full error occurs. ◇ Area for titles Area for entry data: Set in this menu (Nutrition Setting procedure.) Area for data: Enter the PLU# ENTER (max.

  • Page 37: Plu Verifying Label

    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES 11.5 PLU VERIFYING LABEL Menu Page: 1 Item No.: Verifies PLU data stored in the scale. <MENU> Page 1 CLEAR ENTER To interrupt To resume label issue label issue. which has been interrupted. NOTES: 1. Labels are printed in both batch mode and on-demand mode. 2.

  • Page 38: Address And Commercial Message Setting

    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES 11.6 ADDRESS AND COMMERCIAL MESSAGE SETTING Menu Page: 1 Item No.: A store address printed on label and a commercial message shown on the display can be set within the following character limits using the procedure below. Address: 32 characters×2 lines Message:...

  • Page 39: Combination Message

    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES 11.7 COMBINATION MESSAGE Menu Page: 1 Item No.: You can combine some messages set in Section 11.6 together and create a maximum of 24 different combination messages. Message construction NOTE: When the fixed message is selected, set “00” as the 1st and 2nd messages. Otherwise, set “00”...

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    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES 3. Display method varios depending on message construction. 1) message combination a. single message ・・・・・・・ either scrolling or fixed is available. b. multiple message ・・・・・・ scrolled regardless of selection. 2) logo combination Logo must be a single logo and a fixed display. When logos are combined, no message will be displayed.

  • Page 41: Special Information, Grade Line

    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES 11.8 SPECIAL INFORMATION Menu Page: 1 Item No.: When the Net Weight Statement label is selected, 3 lines (32 characters/line) of special information can be printed in the label position where the net weight data is to be printed. The special information can be printed in the weigh and By Count mode.

  • Page 42: Speed Key Setting

    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES 11.10 SPEED KEY SETTING Menu Page: 1 Item No.: The SL-9000 has a maximum of 70×2 speed keys which are very convenient to call PLUs quickly. (Refer to page 5-3 regarding the Key Layout.) <MENU> Page 1...

  • Page 43: Print Format

    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES 11.11 PRINT FORMAT Menu Page: 2 Item No.: The The SL-9000 can memorize 5 different print formats. After print formats are set, you can call them by pressing the print format number. <MENU> Page 2 On-demand CHANGE Issue method Select “SENSIBILITY ADJUST”...

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    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES ■ Table 2: Label Format Number Table elect the format # for the label to be used by referring to the table below. Print format Format # Basic form Ingredient 00 (50) NON POS 10 (60) 11 (61) 12 (62) 13 (63) 14 (64)

  • Page 45: Date/time Setting, Cmt/pl-3

    The SL-9000 is designed to interface with a Cassette Magnetic Tape loader. This loader allows the transfer of the entire PLU file, ingredient file and other data from the SL-9000 to tapes. This can be accomplished in number of operation steps.

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    ■ PL-3 Operation Connect the PL-3 to the SL-9000 by using RS-232C Cable, then turn on the power of the SL-9000 and the PL-3. Insert a data disc into the PL-3 and adjust the transmission rate to the SL-9000 ( BPS or : 2400 BPS) by using the rotary switch.

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    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES ■ Table 4: Transmission Item List ITEM # Title on the Display VERIFY PLU & ING. = CMT 2 READ PLU & ING. FM CMT 3 WRITE PLU TO CMT VERIFY PLU = CMT READ PLU FROM CMT WRITE ING.

  • Page 48: In-line/local

    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES 11.14 IN-LINE/LOCAL Menu Page: 2 Item No.: When the SL-9000 is used as a satellite in an in-line system, the “ID #” and “Transmission delay time” can be set by the following procedure. <MENU> Page 2 The transmission...

  • Page 49: Lon System

    Menu Page: 2 Item No.: The SL-9000 scales which consists of a master, satellites, and a backup master are connected each other by the LON cable to transmit data such as PLU, ING., NUTRI, etc. ID# 1 is reserved for the master terminal.

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    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES ■ Data Transmission The following data is down-line-loaded. Page 1: (0). All (PLU+ING+NUTRI) (1). PLU (2). ING. (3). NUTRITION (4). U. PRICE (5). DATE/TIME (6). MESSAGE LINK (Message) (7). LOCK SCALE (Check the LON cable) (8). OPEN SCALE (Release the lock after checking the LON cable.) (9).

  • Page 51: Bar Code Format

    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES 11.16 BAR CODE FORMAT Menu Page: 2 Item No.: With the SL-9000 scale, four kinds of bar code formats are available. These formats can be changed freely. Example) Current format Flag Changed format Flag When changing the above example format into the weigh format described in NOTE 1, use the following procedure.

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    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES 2. When the in the following cases. ① Check digit (C/D) is at other than digit-13. ② Price check digit (PC/D) cannot be calculated. (Price is other than 4 or 5 digits.) ③ Price is not set serially beginning from P1 (P1 to P4, or P1 to P5). ④...

  • Page 53: Titles

    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES 11.17 TITLES Menu Page: 2 Item No.: You can register and change displayed/printed titles of the additional information area for nutrition facts using the following procedure. Registered or changed titles are stored in the RAM. When ALL clear or RAM clear is executed, these titles will be cleared and the initial titles will resume.

  • Page 54: Transferring Logo Data

    Logo data is created on a PC and stored into RAM through the CMT interface. Two different sizes of logos, 320x118 dots and 256x64 dots, are available on the SL-9000 series. 64 KB of RAM area is secured for logo data, in which the maximum of 13 logos (320x118 dots) or 26 logos (256x64 dots) can be stored.

  • Page 55: Idiom Setting

    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES Table 6: Error message during data transmission Error message DATA ERROR 11.19 IDIOM SETTING Menu Page: 2 Item No.: Up to 50 terms frequently appearing in ingredient messages can be preset using the following procedure. The idiom number must be set from 1 to 50 in order. One idiom can contain a maximum of 20 characters.

  • Page 56: Vendor Setting

    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES 11.20 VENDOR SETTING Menu Page: 3 Item No.: Up to 40 vendors can be registered using the following procedure. The vendor number must be set from 0 to 39 in order. One vendor name can contain a maximum of 12 characters. <MENU>...

  • Page 57: Free Format Setting

    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES 11.21 FREE FORMAT SETTING Menu Page: 3 Item No.: When using 57-mm wide labels, up to three print formats can be changed freely. characters can be rotated and magnified, and print items are selectable. Enter the coordinate of each print item’s lower left corner using the lower left corner of a label as the origin.

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    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES NOTES: 1. The following print items cannot be magnified. (1)LOGOs (2)Safe handling precautions (3) Ingredient messages (4)Barcode (5) FSP Block (SL-9000N only) 2. Base label format numeric data is shown automatically. X coordinate: Y coordinate: Format data beyond the effective print area results in an error. 3.

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    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES (F) Weight (F) Weight (title) (F) Price (F) Price (title) (F) LOGO only) LOGO 2 (SL-9000N only) When setting the print item position (X and Y), an error will occur in the following cases. (1) Entered “X” point + Print size “X” > 384 dots. (2) Entered “Y”...

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    11. PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES 8. Print coordinate ∼ ∼ Commodity ↑ Label Length (0, 0) → X ∼ ∼ Address (383, 0) Address 384 dot 57 mm 11-35 11.21 FREE FORMAT SETTING *1 Addresses are printed together with the previous label’s data.

  • Page 61: Programmed Data Verification Reports

    12. PROGRAMMED DATA VERIFICATION REPORTS 12. PROGRAMMED DATA VERIFICATION REPORTS The programmed data can be printed on journal paper. Before issuing these reports, load the journal paper. The programmed data verification reports cannot be issued with any label. The keys to be used in the following procedures are those on the numeric key pad, which is framed in black in the figure on page 5-3, but not on the programming keyboard.

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    12. PROGRAMMED DATA VERIFICATION REPORTS Table 7 Menu # PLU programmed data report Commodity description report Speed key programmed data report Commodity and ingredient description report Grade line report Vendor name report Idiom report Set the data range of each programmed data verification report ●...

  • Page 63: Password Security, Setting Password And Protect Menu

    13. PASSWORD SECURITY 13. PASSWORD SECURITY You can protect all menus (except REG. menu) and set two step passwords for access to protected menus. 13.1 SETTING PASSWORD AND PROTECT MENU <Menu> MAIN 0. PROG. 1. REG. 2. MARK DOWN 3. REWRAP 4.

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    13. PASSWORD SECURITY Enter password B as 4 digits. Exclude menus for which password B cannot access. ○ × ○ ○ ー × ○: Valid ×: Invalid ー: Not need NOTES: 1. Select validity of the password by pressing the 2.

  • Page 65: Calling Menu By Entering Password

    13. PASSWORD SECURITY 13.2 CALLING MENU BY ENTERING PASSWORD ESC. Enter a menu No. ∼ Accessible without the password Accessible menu with the password peration NOTE: When the password is unknown, enter “HELP” instead, and you can access only security menu.

  • Page 66: Operating Procedures

    14. OPERATING PROCEDURES 14. OPERATING PROCEDURES ■ NOTES BEFORE STARTING OPERATION (1) Insert the power plug into the AC outlet and turn the power ON. (2) A sixteen-second scanning will be performed after pressing the (3) Do not move the unit while it is in operation. Should it become necessary to move it at any time, turn the power switch to the OFF position and be sure to readjust the level indicator after relocating the scale.

  • Page 67: Weighing Operation

    14. OPERATING PROCEDURES 14.1 WEIGHING OPERATION Menu: REG., M.DOWN, or REWRAP Mode: WEIGH The weigh mode is used to weigh a commodity and to issue the label. The label contains data such as a weight, unit price (price per weight) and total price (calculated as a result of the weighing operation). The following is a basic operation seen at the sales floor of a store or at a back room where different kinds and weights of commodities are repacked.

  • Page 68: Fix Price Operation (for Us Type Only)

    14. OPERATING PROCEDURES 14.2 FIX PRICE OPERATION (FOR US TYPE ONLY) The FIX mode (Fix Price Mode) is used to issue a label for a commodity of a fixed price PLU (i.e. the price determined by the store), the weight of which may vary from commodity to commodity. In this mode, the Unit Price of the commodity looked up from the PLU file will be printed as the Total Price regardless of its actual weight, and the weight is also printed on the label.

  • Page 69: By Count Operation

    14. OPERATING PROCEDURES 14.3 BY COUNT OPERATION The BY-COUNT mode is used to issue the label of commodities of the same kind in a package (or may not be packed). The whole package quantity (or a certain quantity) and the whole package price (or the price per the quantity) are usually preset.

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    14. OPERATING PROCEDURES Example) An open price item can be sold as below: ① 1 piece at 15 dollars ② 15 pieces at 10 dollars ③ 15 pieces sold at 0.5 dollars per 10 pieces Enter the PLU #. Press: Enter quantity Press: Enter quantity...

  • Page 71: Print Count Operation

    14. OPERATING PROCEDURES 14.4 PRINT COUNT OPERATION With this procedure, a specified number of the same labels can be issued. Menu: REG., M.DOWN, or REWRAP Mode: WEIGH, FIX or BY-COUNT Example A) When operating in Weigh mode. Set the number of labels. (Max.

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    14. OPERATING PROCEDURES Example B) When operating in Fix or By Count mode. Press : Set the number of labels. (Max. 99) Press : Enter the PLU #. Press : Press, to save the PLU data : Place a commodity on the platter.

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    14. OPERATING PROCEDURES Example C) When issuing only the nutrition information label. Note that nutrition information can be printed only on several types of label. Refer to Page 11-19. Select basic data and nutrition information labels or a nutrition information label by pressing this key.

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    14. OPERATING PROCEDURES 14.5 ISSUING LABELS WITH NET WEIGHT STATEMENT (FOR US TYPE ONLY) Menu: REG., M.DOWN, or REWRAP Mode: FIX When the initial settings #1-7 and #1-8 are set to 1, a Net Weight Statement is printed on the label. A unit price and a tare registered in each PLU are printed as a price and a net weight.

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    14. OPERATING PROCEDURES NOTES: 1. To print NET WT. data, from the FIX mode, load a label which has an area to print a NET WT. Statement. 2. The quantity sold number and price data in NET WT. statement operation will be accumulated in the memory.

  • Page 76: Tare/save Function Procedures

    2. Preset tare must be a multiple of 2 g for CA/QR type (Kg scale) and a multiple of 0.005 lb for US/CA type (Lb scale). 3. The tare % function is available when the Initial Setting #8-7 is set to 1 (SL-9000) or #28-4 is set to 1 (SL-9000N). The speed key #70 will function as the % key (Refer to page 5-3).

  • Page 77: Calling And Printing Grade Lines

    14. OPERATING PROCEDURES 14.7 CALLING AND PRINTING GRADE LINES A grade line is a short message added to a commodity name. A grade line can be selected from maximum of 49 programmed grade lines and printed on the label. Menu: REG., M.DOWN, or REWRAP Mode: WEIGH or FIX, or BY COUNT Enter the PLU #.

  • Page 78: Calling And Printing Logos

    14. OPERATING PROCEDURES 14.8 CALLING AND PRINTING LOGOS When the initial set #10-7 is set to “1” (or “2”: SL-9000N only), a logo containing a picture, a mark, a POP message, etc., can be printed on the ingredient label having 12 lines or more. Logo data is created on the PC and stored into the memory through the CMT/PL-3 interface.

  • Page 79: Selecting Print Item

    14. OPERATING PROCEDURES 14.9 SELECTING PRINT ITEM Menu: REG, M.DOWN, or REWRAP Mode: WEIGH, FIX, or BY COUNT Press: Select an item. (Refer to Table. 9) Print ←→ No print 1:Print 0:Non print Press: Table 9 Entry Packed on date Sell by date Commodity name Weight...

  • Page 80: Date Change

    14. OPERATING PROCEDURES NOTES: 1. A store code can be printed in place of a “packed on date” and “sell by date” by changing the initial settings #6-5 and #6-6. To print a store code, select “packed on date” or “sell by date” as a print item using the above procedure.

  • Page 81: Batch Print Mode (with 30 Items Run Assignment)

    14. OPERATING PROCEDURES 14.11 BATCH PRINT MODE (with 30 Items Run Assignment) Menu: REG., M.DOWN, or REWRAP Mode: FIX, or BY COUNT Up to 99 labels per PLU can be issued in non-scale mode. Up to 30 items can be preset. (However, 0 is preset, issuing will be canceled.) Enter the PLU #.

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    14. OPERATING PROCEDURES ● Unit Price Change and G.Line/LOGO Call Enter the quantity. Call the Grade Line. Enter the required Grade Line# (1 to 49). Press: Call PLU designation LOGO. (*1) Enter the required LOGO# (1 to 26). Press: *1 By calling the PLU designation LOGO, the LOGO can be designated per PLU and printed. When the PLU dose not designate the LOGO, the LOGO programmed before entering Batch Print Mode is printed.

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    14. OPERATING PROCEDURES ● Label Issue Stop or Cancel Clear an error or stop label issuing. Cancel output Press: Stop issuing the labels and cancel PLUs which have not been output. NOTES: 1. When the label for NET.WT statement is not selected, pressing the key in FIX mode results in an error.

  • Page 84: Visual Commodity Library

    14. OPERATING PROCEDURES 14.12 VISUAL COMMODITY LIBRARY Menu: REG., M.DOWN, or REWRAP Mode: WEIGH, FIX, or BY COUNT In the following procedure, entering a group # (the upper two digits of PLU#) allows you to call 6 commodities which belong to the group. This function is convenient when calling a commodity which PLU# you do not know.

  • Page 85: Floating Vendor

    14. OPERATING PROCEDURES 14.13 FLOATING VENDOR Menu: REG Mode: WEIGH, FIX, or BY COUNT Floating vendor function allows you to register different commodities sales together. This function is available when the Initial Setting #11-1 is set to 1 and using a receipt. Be sure to select IN-LINE in Section 11.15 LON SYSTEM even if no scale is connected, then enter the ID# 1, turn the power off and then on.

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    Initial 3-6 (G. Line Print Position) 0: Right side on bottom line of commodity name 1: Left side on bottom line of commodity name If you would like to switch the initial setting # please contact your authorized TOSHIBA TEC representative. ■...

  • Page 87: Total Operation

    15. TOTAL OPERATION 15. TOTAL OPERATION In Read or Reset mode you can issue a sales report or reset report with either a label or journal paper. Menu: READ or RESET READ The totals will not be cleared as they are printed on labels or journal paper. RESET The totals will be cleared as they are printed on labels or journal paper.

  • Page 88: Hourly Total Report, Grand Total Report, Plu Total Report

    15. TOTAL OPERATION 15.1 HOURLY TOTAL REPORT Ex.) REPORT Menu NOTES: 1. When issuing an hourly report, hours with no sales are not printed. 2. An hourly report is printed as follows: 1) Label: Issued sequentially in on-demand mode. 2) Journal paper: Issued with journal paper. 3) Label with backing paper: Issued sequentially in batch mode.

  • Page 89: Vendor Total Report

    15. TOTAL OPERATION Individual Total Ex.) Individual PLU Total (PLU #100) Block Total Ex.) UPC Block Total (UPC #100100∼100199) NOTE: The ◇ key represents 0 through 9. The most significant digit in the starting number is followed by an appropriate number of Zone Total Ex.) PLU Zone Total (PLU #100∼107) Enter PLU Total...

  • Page 90: Error Message Table

    16. ERROR MESSAGE TABLE 16. ERROR MESSAGE TABLE If you annot solve the problem with the following solution instruction, do not attempt further trouble shooting, by yourself. Authorized Service representative for assistance. Do not attempt to repair or adjust alone, because electrical equipment is dangerous. Take the following action if an error message has appeared on the commodity name display along with the buzzer sounding.

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    16. ERROR MESSAGE TABLE ● Label lssue Mode Message DATA ENTRY ERROR PLU NOT FOUND TOTALS OVERFLOW MEMORY WILL BE FULLED PLU DATA ERROR PRT FAILURE DETECTED Printer trouble. LABEL OVER RUN ● Report and Reset Mode Message PLU NOT FOUND PRT FAILURE DETECTED Printer trouble.

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    16. ERROR MESSAGE TABLE ● CMT Operation Mode Message MISMATCH SCALE SPEC BAD TAPE OR CMT TIME OUT ERROR ● LON System Mode Error message COMMUNICATION 1. The power of the master or ERROR 2. LON cable is broken. SEQUENCE ERROR The power was not turned OFF and ON again after setting ID #.

  • Page 93: Cleaning The Print Head

    17. CLEANING THE PRIT HEAD 17. CLEANING THE PRINT HEAD If the print head is dirty, printing will not be clear. The print head should be cleared with a print head cleaner everyday before use, according to the following procedure: 1.

  • Page 94: Troubleshooting

    18. TROUBLESHOOTING 18. TROUBLESHOOTING This scale has been manufactured under strict quality control. If you have any trouble, however, DO NOT ATTEMPT TO FIX IT BY YOURSELF. Pull the power plug out of the outlet, and contact your Authorized Service representative. Problems “...

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