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Service Manual

Model : SM -5100
July,2009 2nd Version

SHANGHAI TERAOKA ELECTRONIC CO., LTD


SERVICE AND SUPPORT DEPT.
3rd Floor of 2nd Building, Jia Yuan Business Center,
51# Long Wu Road, Shanghai China 200232.
TEL : +86-21-6408-5151 FAX : +86-21-6408-3468
EMAIL ADDRESS :steservice@digi-scale.com
SM 5100 GENERAL

1. GENERAL

1.1 OVERALL VIEW


Bench
146.6

287
341.5
445

290

385

Pole 316 40
581.7

287
146.6

341.5
445

385
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Elevated

317

130
492
146.6

385 470

1.2 DISPLAY PANEL

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1.3 KEY PANEL


z 32 Preset Key

TARE kg WEIGHT kg UNIT PRICE $/kg $ TOTAL PRICE

ZERO FIX T LABEL


NET FIX P

FIX

C 7 PLU

z 56Preset Key

FIX

C 7 PLU

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1.4 KEY DEFINE


ON/OFF KEY

™ Turn display "ON" or "OFF".

PRESET KEY

P1~P32(BCS)
P1~P32(BCS+) ™ Set up or call either unit price and tare value.
P1~P56(PCS)
P1~P56(PCS+)
NUMERIC KEYS

0~9 ™ Enter numeric data.

TARE KEY

™ Set or Clear Tare value.

™ Select "NO" in S and Z Mode.

™ Item test print in S Mode.

CLEAR KEY

™ For Back space or Clear numeric value.


C ™ Select "YES" in S and Z Mode.

RE-ZERO KEY

™ Reset weight to ZERO.

PREPACK KEY

™ Switch Manual mode and Pre-pack mode alternatively.


AUTO (The mode status will be indicated in the P and M indicator.)
▪P - PRE-PACK MODE ▪ M - MANUAL MODE

CHANGE KEY

™ Calculate the Changed Amount.

™ Escape the Programming screen without saving data in S Mode.

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MULTIPLLE KEY

™ Register the number of Non-Weight products.


X ™ Select programming item such as PLU data, Shop Name in S Mode.

™ Select Report Type in X Mode.

™ Select Data Transaction Type in Z Mode.

CLERK KEY

V1~V4 ™ Accumulate the Total Price.(PCS/PCS+ version)

VOID KEY

− ™ Correct the sales data.

PLU KEY

™ Call up PLU data in R Mode.


PLU ™ Store the programmed data in S Mode.

FEED KEY

™ Feed Label or Receipt paper

PRINT KEY

™ Print out Label or Receipt.

MODE SELECT KEY

™ Five Modes can be selected using this key.

• Indicator R - REGISTRATION MODE (All the sales transactions are


performed.)

• Indicator X - CHECK MODE (Printing out and sales report.)

• Indicator S - PROGRAM MODE (Programming preset data, such as


products, data, shop name, etc.)

• Indicator Z - TOTAL MODE (Clear sales data stored.)

• Indicator X (Blink) - Password Setting Mode (Set PASS WORD for X,


S, Z mode, set PASSWORD for PASSWORD MODE when all
indicators(R, X, S, Z) blink)

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Decrease/Increase Specification Count key

︽,︾ ™ Decrease/Increase Only used when Setting SPEC 141 & 142

<<,>> ™ Select parameter data such as SPEC data. Move cursor left or right.

1.5 Indicators
z ZERO : On when zero point is adjusted and weight is stable.
z NET : On when tare subtraction is performed.
z FIX T : On when tare weight is fixed.
z FIX P : On when PLU or unit price is fixed.
z P : On when pre-pack mode is chosen; indicate capital letter is use in PLU programming.
z M : On when manual mode is chosen.
z V1 ~ V4 : On when vendor transaction entries (department entry or PLU entry) are performed.
z LABEL : On when label printing mode is chosen.
z R : On when in R (normal operation) mode.
z X : On when in X (read report) mode.
z S : On when in S (programmable item setting) mode.
z Z : On when in Z (reset report and system maintenance) mode.

1.6 FEATURES
z Digital printing scale consists of electronic cash registers function and label printing function.
z High-speed, high reliability thermal head printer.
z Easy paper handing achieved special designed mechanism.
z Built-in clock automatically updates date and time.
z Quick response to weight changes.
z Capacity : 3kg, 6kg, 12kg, 15kg, 30kg, 6lb, 12lb, 15lb and 30lb.
z Resolution : Display Resolution 1/3,000.
z : Internal Resolution 1/90,000.
z Calibrating by software.
z Customer and operator displays (optional customer pole display).
z Character type with back-light for numeric and character display.
z Matrix type with back-light for numeric and character and Chinese character display.
z 55 (bench and pole type) / 83 membrane keys
z a. ON/OFF key.
z b. 10 Numeric keys, to key in numeric data.

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z c. 32/56 Preset keys, to preset PLU or function into the key.
z d. 23/27 Operational keys, to perform various functional operations.
z 18 data files for Department, Main Group, PLU, etc.
z Various reports.
z Ethernet function.
z Optional wireless Ethernet card.
z RS232C interface for data communication and barcode scanner connection.
z Optional cash drawer.
z Compact housing.

1.7 SPECIFICATION
1.7.1 Display
z Matrix type with back-light for numeric and character and Chinese character display.
z Tare Weight display : 4 digits.
z Weight display : 5 digits.
z Unit Price display : 6 digits.
z Total Price display : 7 digits.

1.7.2 Operating Conditions


z Power Source : AC 176V ~ 264V, 47~63Hz.
z Operating Temperature : -10 °C ~ +40 °C.
z Operating Humidity : 15% ~ 85% RH.
z Power Consumption : 0.15A.

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SM 5100 INITIAL SETUP

2. INITIAL SETUP
2.1 Paper Handing

Please press the button and take out the cassette to fix the paper when you need to use new
paper.

收据纸

标签纸

Cassette

Button

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2.2 Bubble Adjustment and SPAN Switch

Place the scale on the flat surface and adjust the


four legs until the bubble on the level is in the
centre as shown above 1

Please remove the screw and use a insulate rod


to enable the Span SW when the scale is power
on and please do not power off it.

2.3 Memory Initialisation


Clear all of the memory.

DISPLAY
OPERATION REMARK
TARE lb $/lb $
Z mode.
Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY
Lamp Z turns on.
[Re-zero]+[2][3][0] CLEAR PLU FILE PLU file.
[︾] CLEAR VENDER DATA Vender transaction data.

[︾] CLEAR REPORT FILES Report files.

[︾] CLEAR MEMORY DATA All files in memory.


[C] to clear file data,[T] to
[*] CLEAR MEMORY Y-C N-T
quit.
[C] or [T] Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY Return to Z mode.

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2.4 DEFAULT SPECIFICATION SETTING
Default SPEC setting of individual country.
(Please turn on the span switch before proceed this process.)

¾ Country Set
DISPLAY REMARK
OPERATION
TARE lb $/lb TARE lb
Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY Z mode.Lamp Z turns on.
[Rezero]+[8][8][2][2] SPEC 2-STD COUNTRY Set country setting.
[>>],[<<] or [X] to select country.[*]
[>>] SPEC 1-U1 COUNTRY
to update country setting.
[C] to load default SPEC
[*] LOAD DEFAULT SPEC Y-C N-T
setting,[T] to skip.
[C] SCALE TYPE → POLE Set scale type.
[X],[-] to select type [11] or [12]
[X] … [X] SCALE TYPE → BENCH 5100B or 5100P ,[*] to update type
setting.
[*] SCALE CAP. → 3KG Set scale capacity.
[X],[ - ] to select capacity,[*] to
[X] SCALE CAP. → 15lb
update capacity setting.
[*] SCALE RES. → 1/3000S Set resolution.
[X],[-] to select resolution,[*] to
[X] SCALE RES. → 1/3000M
update resolution setting.
[*] CLEAR MEMORY Y-C N-T [C] to clear memory,[T] to skip.
[C] Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY Return to Z mode.

Note 1: For the first using of SM-5100, please take this operation for initialization.
Note 2: Enter a number that represent a country in the country list (refer to the table below)
to initialise and country set.

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COUNTRY LIST

No. Country Code Country No. Country Code Country


0 AA Japan 41 SA Saudi Arabs
1 U1 U.S.A. 42 IC Iceland
2 STD Standard 43 IE Indonesia
3 CN China 44 CB Cuba
4 HK Hong Kong 45 KY Kenya
5 TW Taiwan 46 IR Israel
6 EX Export 47 VY Slovenia
7 KE Korea 48 MS Malaysia
8 AR Australia And New Zealand 49 SN Spain
9 SF South Africa 50 VZ Venezuela
10 CS Cyprus 51 CO Croatia
11 GC Greece 52 MA Macedonian
12 TU Turkey 53 FR France
13 CV Czech Republic 54 WG Germany
14 HG Hungary 55 BL Bulgaria
15 PL Poland 56 BW Botswans
16 UR Russia 57 CP Comores
17 AS Austria 58 LS Lesotho
18 DM Denmark 59 MU Mauritius
19 FL Finland 60 MW Malawi
20 NW Norway 61 MZ Mozambique
21 SD Sweden 62 NM Namibia
22 PG Portugal 63 RE Reunion
23 UK United Kingdom 64 SH Seychelles
24 IL Ireland (Kg) 65 SW Swaziland
25 IL (LB) Ireland (Lb) 66 WZ Zimbabwe
26 CA Canada (Kg) 67 ZW Zambia
27 CA (LB) Canada (Lb) 68 AE U.A.E
28 AG Argentina 69 TT Trinidad and Tobago
29 MX Mexico 70 UD Uganda
30 BZ Brazil 71 LV Latvia
31 CE Chile 72 CVS Slovakia
32 EA Egypt 73 SK Sri Lanka
33 JD Jordan 74 SV Slovenia
34 LN Lebanon 75 UA Ukraine
35 IRN Iran 76 KZ Kazakhstan
36 CR Canary Islands 77 IT Italy
37 TL Thailand 78 SZ Switzerland
38 EC European Community 79 ID India
39 NL Netherlands 80 CD New Caledonia
40 BG Belgium

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SM 5100 CALIBRATION

3. CALIBRATION

Prior to Calibration, please refer that the specification indicating weight capacity, minimum
graduation, and load cell sensitivity are correctly set.

Caution:
z It can only work when SPAN SWITCH is on (ENABLE).
Before Calibrating, please enter Z mode.

3.1 CALIBRATION OPERATION

DISPLAY
OPERATION REMARK
TARE lb $/lb $
Press SPAN SPAN SWITCH is on
Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY
SWITCH (ENABLE).
Enter [8][7][1][5] while
[Rezero]+[8][7][1][5] CAL 00
depressing [Rezero].
Ensure no weight on Calibrating zero point.
------
platter,[*]
After storing the zero
CAL SP
Point ‘IR’ count
Put full capacity Calibrating Span.
------
weight on platter.[*]
Go back to Z mode. Lamp Z
After calibration Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY
always light.

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3.2 EXIT CALIBRATION

DISPLAY REMARK
OPERATION
TARE lb $/kg TARE lb
Press SPAN SPAN SWITCH is
Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY
SWITCH on(ENABLE).
Enter [8][7][1][5] while
[Rezero]+[8][7][1][5] CAL 00
depressing [Rezero].
Escape to Z mode. Lamp Z
[T] Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY
always light
[Rezero]+[8][7][1][5] CAL 00 The ‘IR’ count will be taken
[*] ------ as the zero point ‘IR’ count.
After storing the zero Calibrating Span.
CAL SP
Point ‘IR’ count
Escape to Z mode. Lamp Z
[T] Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY
always light.

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4 SOFTWARE SETTING

4.1 SOFTWARE VERSION UPGRADE

‹ Update Method Introduction


SM-5100 use flash RAM instead of EPROM for the main program storage of the scale.
Our boot program is above Version 2.00, we have two method to update the scale’s
software: update the scale by Ethernet or RS-232 So you can choose either method
between these two ones to update your scale.
Now we will set two parts to introduce the steps of these two updating methods.

‹ Update Steps Introduction


1. Ethernet Update Method
1. Cable & Connection
There are also two ways to connect the PC and the scale in updating the scale by
ethernet.
1) PC to Scale

2) Connect by Hub

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These two twisted cable obey the EIT/TIA 568 standard.

T568A line series T568B line series


1 Green &White 1 Orange & White
2 Green 2 Orange
3 Orange & White 3 Green &White
4 Blue 4 Blue
5 Blue & White 5 Blue & White
6 Orange 6 Green
7 Brown & White 7 Brown & White
8 Brown 8 Brown

crossing twisted cable: one end with T568A line series, another with T568B line
series
normal twisted cable: two ends both with T568B line series

2 .PC Setting & Programmer Version

We use “Mini Programmer (Version 2.00)” as the tool to update the scale. As it
needs a default visual IP address for the PC by this kind of update method, You must
set your PC’s IP address within the range of 10.10.10.1-----10.10.10.240, before you
start the software to update the scale.
If you don’t set the IP address like this, you can see an alarm window as Pic. 1 when
you start “Mini Programmer”.

Pic. 1
2. Updating Steps

1) How to start ethernet updating?


A. Turn on the switch on the bottom of the scale.
B. Power off the scale by pressing On/Off Key.
C. After that, press and hold [Re-Zero] and [Preset 22], then start the scale by
pressing the On/Off Key.
D. The screen will display the version of the current boot program for two seconds.
E. Only in new versions(version of the boot program newer than 1.10), you
can choose 2-ethernet.
2) Display on the scale’s screen
A. If you choose 2 and the scale’s connection is correct, it will display “waiting for
connect”.
B. Then the message on the scale’s screen is “getting IP address”.
C. After this, it will display “001 scale ready update”.
D. You can’t stop it unless you press On/Off key. If you want to continue
updating. You also don’t need to press any key on the scale until Mini
Programmer begin to run.
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3) How to upload the scale by Mini Programmer?

A. Select SM-5100 and press “ok”

B. Set the port

Select “ethernet” and press “OK”

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C. Download boot program and update the scale


Select menu “File->Load File To Programmer Buffer”

Open the source file of boot program (SM100+_Bv200.hex)

You can see a speed mode select window here.

Select menu “Flash->Program”

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Notice: The message “001 scale ready update” must be displayed on the
screen of the scale before pressing the “run” button.

After the transmission has completed, select menu “File->Clear Buffer”.

Notice: 1.If the boot program of this version is already in the scale, you don’t
need to upload it again, skip it and upload the main program.
2.If the scale is updated from 1.xx to 2.xx,firstly you must update the
boot program of the version.

D. Download main program file


You must power off the scale and start the ethernet upload method again when
you have finished a program uploading.
The steps of uploading the main program file is also like uploading the boot
program file. The file you need to open is like Pic. 2

Pic. 2

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E. Download word-stock file


The steps of uploading the word-stock file is also like uploading the boot program
file. The file you need to open is like Pic. 3

Pic. 3

F. Download const text file


The steps of uploading the const text file is also like uploading the boot program.
The file you need to open is like Pic. 4

Pic. 4

G. Exit Mini Programmer

Note: please update the scale according to sequence above.

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4.3 RS232C Method

3. Cable Connection
3 Pins are used for data transmission between PC and SM-5100
9 Pin D-Sub Female Connectors for this cable:

PC Serial Port SM-5100 RS-232C


9 Pin D-Sub (Female) 9 Pin D-Sub (Female)

Pin Signal Signal Pin


1 N.C. N.C. 1
2 RXD RXD 2
3 TXD TXD 3
4 N.C. N.C. 4
5 GND GND 5
6-9 GND N.C. 6-9

4. Update Steps
1) How to start RS232C updating
A. Turn on the switch on the bottom of the scale.
B. Power off the scale by pressing the On/Off Key.
C. After that press and hold [Re-Zero] & [Preset 22], then start the scale by press
ing the On/Off Key.
D. It will display the version of the current boot program for two seconds.
E.
¾ If the scale boot version is newer than 1.10, it will display a updating method
choice like “1-RS232 2-ETHERNET” on the screen. you can press Numeric 1
to choose 1-RS232C.
¾ If the boot version is older than 1.10, the scale will not display the choice.
F. Then the Scale will display “PROGRAM”. You can’t stop it, unless you press
Tare or On/Off Key.

2) Start Mini Programmer


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1. Select SM-5100 and press “Ok”

2. Set the Port:

Select RS232 and press “OK”

3. Download the boot program and update the scale


Select menu “File->Load File To Programmer Buffer”

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Open the source file of the boot program (e.g. sm100bv100.hex)

Select menu “Flash->Program”

Notice: The message “001 scale ready update” must be displayed on the
scale before pressing the “run” button.

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After the transmission has completed, select menu “File->Clear Buffer”.

Notice: If the boot program of this version is already in the scale, you don’t
need to upload it again, skip it and upload the main program.

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4. Download main program file


You must power off the scale and start the ethernet upload method again when
you have finished a program uploading.
The steps of uploading the main program file is also like uploading the boot
program file. The file you need to open is like Pic. 2

Pic. 2

5. Download word-stock file


The steps of uploading the word-stock file is also like uploading the boot program
file. The file you need to open is like Pic. 3

Pic. 3

6. Download const text file


The steps of uploading the const text file is also like uploading the boot program.
The file you need to open is like Pic. 4

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Pic. 4

7. Exit Mini Programmer

4.2 SPECIFICATION SETTING

Before Specification setting, please press the mode button to enter Z mode.
The detail specification list , please see the appendix.

4.2.1 Customer SPEC Setting


To change setting of the Customer SPEC if there are some SPEC setting in it need to be alter.

DISPLAY
OPERATION REMARK
TARE lb $/lb $
Z mode.
Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY
Lamp Z turns on.
Enter [1][4][1] while depressing
SPEC XXX XXX
[Rezero]+[1][4][1] [Rezero].
000 (setting) (former)
XXX:SPEC data
[︾]key only increase specification
SPEC
[︾] XXX XXX count, it does not update SPEC
001
data.
[ ︽ ]key only decrease
SPEC
[︽] XXX XXX specification count, it does not
000
update SPEC data.
[1][7] SPEC 017 XXX It goes to a designed specification
[X] 000 XXX XXX count.

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SPEC (000~441 is enabled)


017
SPEC [>>] key select SPEC data.
[>>] XXX XXX
017 Move cursor right.
SPEC [<<] key select SPEC data.
[<<] XXX XXX
017 Move cursor left.
SPEC
[1] 017 001 XXX
[*] SPEC XXX XXX
018
SPEC Clear the enter data.
[C] 000 XXX
018
[PLU] Store the updated specification
Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY
* Note 1 and escape to Z mode.

* Remark: The Weight in the display window will display the SPEC number. The Unit
Price window will display the new value setting entered. The Total Price
window will display the old value setting. The selection you have made will
be highlighted in the dot matrix display. Please use [︾] to increase spec
count, [︽] to decrease spec count, [*] to store a new value and [PLU] to save
spec setting.

4.2.2 Weight & Measurement SPEC Setting

To change the setting of the Weight & Measurement SPEC if there are some SPEC need to alter.
(Please turn on the span switch when using this process)

DISPLAY
OPERATION REMARK
TARE lb $/lb $
Press SPAN
Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY SPAN SWITCH is on(ENABLE).
SWITCH
Enter [1][4][2] while depressing
SPEC XXX XXX
[Rezero]+[1][4][2] [Rezero].
600 (setting) (former)
XXX:SPEC data
[︾]key only increase specification
SPEC
[︾] XXX XXX count, it does not update SPEC
601
data.
[ ︽ ]key only decrease
SPEC
[︽] XXX XXX specification count, it does not
600
update SPEC data.
[6][1][5] SPEC 615 XXX It goes to a designed specification

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[X] 600 XXX XXX count.


SPEC (600~709 is enabled)
615
SPEC [>>] key select SPEC data.
[>>] XXX XXX
615 Move cursor right.
SPEC [<<] key select SPEC data.
[<<] XXX XXX
615 Move cursor left.
SPEC [*] key to update specification,
[1] 615 001 XXX increase specification count.
[*] SPEC XXX XXX
616
SPEC
[2] 002 XXX
616
SPEC Clear the enter data.
[C] 000 XXX
616
[PLU] Store the updated specification
Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY
* Note 1 and escape to Z mode.
Note 1: If press [T] key, it does not store the updated specification and escape to Z mode.

* Remark: The Weight in the display window will display the SPEC number. The Unit
Price window will display the new value setting entered. The Total Price
window will display the old value setting. The selection you have made will
be highlighted in the dot matrix display. Please use [︾] to increase spec
count, [︽] to decrease spec count, [*] to store a new value and [PLU] to save
spec setting.

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5. INTERFACE

5.1 PC INTERFACE
SM 5100 can be connect to PC through Ethernet interface and RS232C. See below for the
connection method.

CONFIGURATION OF PC ETHERNET CARD

Window version client driver


Any Ethernet cards can be used for PC running the Window version client driver

Windows 98

My Computer → Control Panel → Network→TCP/IP of Ethernet card (Select


Properties)

IP address : 192.168.1.XXX ------ XXX - can be any number. But preferable 100 to 255.

Submask : 255.255.255.0

Above IP address is use as a standard address to use for SM 5100 Ethernet


communication.

If whatever reason, the IP address had to be change, it may do so. But the scale IP address
had to be change at the SM 5100 scale also so that they are within the same network. Eg. If
the computer IP address is 192.168.1.XXX, the SM 5100 scale IP address has to be change
to 192.168.1.XXX. The last three digits of the IP address should not be similar within the
computer and scales at all time. As can see the first three set of number of the IP address of
the computer and scale must be the same.

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Before setting the SPEC setting of the scale, please check below.

5.2 SCALE ETHERNET ADDRESS


The main board have a Scale Ethernet Address that is set during production. This address
is a hardware setting for Ethernet communication. But when changing a new main board,
the new main board did not have any this address. If the scale is using Ethernet
communication, a Scale Ethernet Address is needed apart from software IP address.
Please take note that the Scale Ethernet Address can only input once after saving. Please
view and note down the Scale Ethernet Address of the old main board before changing the
new main board. Below procedure is to view and input the Scale Ethernet Address. Please
turn on the span switch before proceed.

KEY TO PRESS DISPLAY OPERATION


TARE lb $/lb $
Go to Z mode Z1.0 RESET SALES Daily At Z mode
[REZERO] + ETHER NET ……. ……. Viewing of Ethernet
[0][6][1][2] address For new main
board, it can act as input
of the address if the
address shown ……..
Else it would not let you to
input.
[0][0][0][6][C][0] ETHER NET 0006C 0000024 For input only. Enter
[0][0][0][0][2] Ethernet address e.g.
[4] 0006C 0000024
[PLU] Z1.0 RESET SALES Daily Save address and escape
to Z mode. After saving it
will not be able to input
again.
[T] Z1.0 RESET SALES Daily Escape to Z mode without
saving.
Power off the Turn off the power and do
scale the memory clear
process.

* IMPORTANT : Please take note that this is a one time setting. It cannot be change after
setting it. Please check the old address and input accordingly. As same
internal Ethernet address in a network may conflict during
communication.

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5.3 SCALE IP ADDRESS


This is to set the IP address for PC communication using Ethernet for specific IP address. It
should not be confused with the Scale Ethernet Address as above. The Scale Ethernet
Address is mainly for hardware and Scale IP Address is for software. The software when
communicating to the scale must specify the same IP address on the scale else it will give
error. The default is 192.168.000.000 where the last three digit will change when SPEC 135
change. Please turn on the span switch before proceed.

KEY TO PRESS DISPLAY OPERATION


TARE lb $/lb $
Go to Z mode Z1.0 RESET SALES Daily At Z mode
[REZERO] + SCALE IP ……. ……. Input or viewing of IP
[0][4][1][6] address
[1][9][2][1][6][8] SCALE IP 192168 001016 Enter IP address e.g.
[0][0][1][0][1][6] 192.168.001.016
( The last 3 digits cannot
be input as it will change
when SPEC 135 change)
[PLU] Z1.0 RESET SALES Daily Save address and escape
to Z mode
[T] Z1.0 RESET SALES Daily Escape to Z mode without
saving.

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5.4 CONNECTION METHOD


5.4.1 RS232C Interface with PC

PC Scale

Com 1 / Com 2 RS232C Port

* Note : Only 1 scale can be connect in this method.

SPEC setting on scale :

SPEC 48 Scale number (For 4 line / RS232C port)


Enter number between 1 to 999,999

SPEC 51 Baud rate for SIO (RS232C port)


0 1200 2 4800 4 19200
1 2400 3 9600 5 38400
6 76800

SPEC 52 Data length for SIO (For RS232C port)


0 7 bit 1 8 bit

SPEC 53 Parity for SIO (For RS232C port)


0 None 1 Odd 2 Even

SPEC 54 Stop bit for SIO (For RS232C port)


0 1 bit 1 2 bits

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5.4.2 Ethernet Connection (Ethernet Interface)


Scale #1 Scale #2 Scale #3 Scale #4
Scale #5

PC

HUB

SPEC setting on scale :

SPEC 49 CLIENT / SERVER INTERFACE


0 No interface 3 Not used
1 Ethernet - Coaxial Cable 4 4 lines, RS485 (For future use)
2 Ethernet - Twisted Cable

SPEC 50 CLIENT / SERVER


0 Client 2 Back-up server
1 Server / Workstation

SPEC 135 PORT NUMBER


* Enter number from 1 to 254

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5.5 WIRE CONFIGURATION

5.5.1 Ethernet Wire - Straight Cable and Crossover Cable

Straight cable is for Client / Server connection. Crossover cable is for Hub to Hub
connection. (Some models of the hub do not need crossover cable for hub to hub
connection. Please refer to the hub operation manual if in doubt)

Telephone Modular Plug (Category 5) -

Preferable type : CviLux CJP3 / CviLux CJP4 (with insert bar)

CABLE TYPE -

Cable type : 4 pair 100MHz Cat.5 AWG 24 or 26 UTP / FTP / STP.

Preferable type : Cat. 5 AWG 24 or 26 FTP / Cat. 5 AWG 24 or 26 STP


(Recommended for CISPR 22B conformance)

PIN CONFIGURATION

1 8

SM 5100 HUB

8 1
Solder to braid wire of the Ethernet
wire if using plug without insert bar

1 8

SM 5100 HUB

8 Solder the braid wire of the Ethernet 1


wire if using plug with insert bar

STRAIGHT CONNECTION CROSSOVER CONNECTION

SCALE HUB HUB HUB


PIN SIGNAL SIGNAL PIN PIN SIGNAL SIGNAL PIN
1 TX+ TX+ 1 1 TX+ TX+ 3
2 TX- TX- 2 2 TX- TX- 6
3 RX+ RX+ 3 3 RX+ RX+ 1
6 RX- RX- 6 6 RX- RX- 2
5,7,8 N.A. N.A. 5,7,8 5,7,8 N.A. N.A. 5,7,8

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SM5100 INTERFACE

5.5.2 RS232C Wire

PC (9 PIN) TO SCALE RS232C PORT

RS232C Port(9 Pin) PC COM Port(9 Pin)

RS-232 PC
Pin 输出 输入 Pin
1 Not used Not used 1
2 RXD TXD 2
3 TXD RXD 3
4 DTR Not used 4
5 GND GND 5
6 DSR Not used 6
7 DTR Not used 7
8 DSR Not used 8
9 Not used Not used 9

5.5.3 Cash Drawer Connector


SM-5100 uses normal phone mike plug to connect cash drawer and the scale.

1 pin 1 pin

4 pin
4 pin

Plug in the scale Connector of Cash Drawer


Pin Output Input Pin
1 Not used. Not used 1
2 +8V Voltage + 2
3 GDD GDD 3
4 Not used. Not used 4

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SM 5100 MISCELLANEOUS

6. MISCELLANEOUS

6.1 MODE CHANGE

To toggle between R, X, S, Z and Password mode.

DISPLAY
OPERATION REMARK
TARE lb $/lb $
0.000 0.000 0.00 0.00 Weight mode. Lamp R turns on.
[MODE],[MODE] Enter X mode. Lamp X turns on.
XMODE
(within 3 seconds)
[MODE] S1 → PLU FILE Enter S mode. Lamp S turns on.
[MODE] Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY Enter Z mode. Lamp Z turns on.
Enter Password Set mode. Lamp
[MODE] PWD X 0 SET
X flicker
Back to Weight mode. Lamp R
[MODE] 0.000 0.000 0.00 0.00
turns on.
* The “X ” mark on the X, S, Z and R mean the indicator light is on. When in Password mode,
the indicator light will be blinking.
** The scale goes back to R mode as normal when the net weight is 0.
***If the scale weight is not equal to 0, error message "E18 PLEASE REMOVE WEIGHT" is
displayed.
1) There is some items on the platter. The scale will go back to R mode if the item is removed.
2) There is nothing on the platter, but the net weight is not equal to 0.

The operator has to press [Rezero] key manually (Tare will auto clear when rezero), then the scale
will go back to R mode if rezero operation is successful.

6.2 SPAN SWITCH STATUS

Check the status of span switch.

DISPLAY
OPERATION REMARK
TARE lb $/lb $
Z mode.
Go to Z mode Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY
Lamp Z turns on.
Enter [2][8][4] while depressing
[Rezero]+[2][8][4] STE16 VX.XX S-OFF
[Rezero].
Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY Exit after 3 seconds.

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SM 5100 MISCELLANEOUS

6.3 CLEAR ALL PLU DATA

To clear all the PLU data only, the span switch status must be on.
DISPLAY
OPERATION REMARK
TARE lb $/lb $
Z mode.
Go to Z mode Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY
Lamp Z turns on.
Enter [2][3][0] while depressing
[Rezero]+[2][3][0] CLEAR PLU FILE
[Rezero].
* CLEAR PLU Y--C N--T Enter C for Yes, Enter T for No..
C(T) Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY Back to Z mode

6.4 THERMAL HEAD USAGE

To check how many times the thermal head had been printing.

DISPLAY
OPERATION REMARK
TARE lb $/lb $
Z mode.
Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY
Lamp Z turns on.
PRINTE Display thermal printer usage
[Rezero]+[0][8][2][3] USAGE 5
R condition(meter).
[T] Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY [T] key to exit.

6.5 IP ADDRESS

To check and modify the scale IP address.

DISPLAY
OPERATION REMARK
TARE lb $/lb $
Z mode.
Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY
Lamp Z turns on.
192168 Display the scale IP address.
[Rezero]+[0][4][1][6] Scale IP 000
00
[1][9][2][0][0] 192009 Modify the IP address.
Scale IP 000
[9][1][0] [0] 10
Save the new IP address.
[#] ----------
Press [T] key to exit.

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SM 5100 MISCELLANEOUS

6.6 SERVER IP ADDRESS

To check and modify the server IP address.


DISPLAY
OPERATION REMARK
TARE lb $/lb $
Z mode.
Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY
Lamp Z turns on.
2552552 Display the server IP address.
[Rezero]+[0][4][1][7] SERVER IP 5000
5
[1][9][2][0][0] 1920091 Modify the server IP address.
SCALE IP 0000
[9][1][0] [0] 0
Save the new IP address.
[#] ----------
Press [T] key to exit.

6.7 SUBNET MASK

To check and modify the subnet mask.


DISPLAY
OPERATION REMARK
TARE lb $/lb $
RESE Z mode.
Z1.0 SALES DAILY
T Lamp Z turns on.
2552552 Display the server IP address.
[Rezero]+[0][4][1]8] SERVER IP 5000
5
[1][9][2][0][0] 1920091 Modify the server IP address.
SCALE IP 0000
[9][1][0] [0] 0
Save the new IP address.
[#] ----------
Press [T] key to exit.

6.8 MAC ADDRESS

To check the MAC address.


Please turn on the span switch before proceed.
DISPLAY
OPERATION REMARK
TARE lb $/lb $
Z mode.
Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY
Lamp Z turns on.
ETHERN 0006C07 Display the MAC address.
[Rezero]+[0][6][1]2] 96BE
ET 1
[T] Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY Press [T] key to exit.

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SM 5100 MISCELLANEOUS

* It can only work when SPAN SWITCH is on (ENABLE).


Before Calibrating, please enter Z mode.

6.9 SERIAL NO.

To check the serial NO.

DISPLAY
OPERATION REMARK
TARE lb $/lb $
Z mode.
Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY
Lamp Z turns on.
[Rezero]+[1][1][1] SCALE S/N 05386686 Display the serial NO..
[T] Z1.0 RESET SALES DAILY Press [T] key to exit.

6.10 ASCII CHARACTER

Below are the common use of characters of ASCII code in HEX value. Please enter the
hex value when entering commodity name, advertisement, shop name, clerk name,
special message, ingredient, text etc. when using the SM-5100.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M
41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 4A 4B 4C 4D
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
4E 4F 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 5A
a b c d e f g h i j k l m
61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 6A 6B 6C 6D
n o p q r s t u v w x y z
6E 6F 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 7A
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ! @ #
30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 21 40 23
$ % ^ & * ( ) : ; " ' + <
24 25 5D 26 2A 28 29 3A 3B 22 27 2B 3C
> = / ? · , Spac
3E 3D 2F 3F 2E 2C 20

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SM5100 ERROR MESSAGE

7. SM5100 ERROR MESSAGE

The machine beeps and following error messages appear on display, if


incorrect operation is performed.

No. Error Message Cause


Label sensor sense no label. No more labels.
1 PAPER END
Replace label roll
2 FEED PAPER FIRST Label miss feed, press FEED key to align label.
3 PEEL LABEL Peel sensor activated, remove label away from sensor.
4 CHANGE PAPER Change paper mode between label and receipt.
6 NON PRINT No manual printing.
7 UNIT PRICE OVERFLOW Please check unit price.
No free format is programs. Set a free format or
9 NON LABEL
use standard format.
12 MEMO NOT INITIALIZED Memory problem. Please clear the memory.
14 HEAD IS NOT CLOSED Thermal head no closed. Please close thermal head.
Not enough memory. Expand memory or
16 FILE MEMORY FULL
delete unnecessary data.
18 PLEASE REMOVE WEIGHT Fixed price item, please remove weigh.
19 PLU NOT EXIST No such PLU data or number exists.
No total price for item. Unit price, weight or quantity is
20 TOTAL PRICE IS 0
0.
24 WEIGHT OF Weight over maximum capacity when print.
26 TOTAL PRICE OVERFLOW Total price over the limit to display or print.
29 PLEASE SET TARE VALUE When force tare is enable, a tare weight must be
39 PLEASE PRESS PLU KEY d
Press PLU(#) key. To save data in some procedure.
44 KEY ALREADY ASSIGNED Preset key already been assigned with function or
48 PLU DATA INVALID U1 only. Quantity setting incorrect when using FOR.
49 QTY OF Quantity data over the limit.
54 BELOW MIN WEIGHT Weight is below min weight set when printing.
57 PRICE ACC OF Accumulated quantity over the limit.
59 PLEASE SEE LABEL QTY Set print label quantity when the function is use.
61 GRAND TOTAL OF Grand total price over the limit.
71 PRINT INHIBITED Cannot print weigh item at Prepack mode.
74 SELF SERVICE MODE Can only use Self-service procedure only.
95 CAL00 ERROR Zero point calibration error.
96 CALSP ERROR Full scale point Calibration error.
97 FORMAT ERROR No free format is program.
98 NO DATA IN REPORT There is no data in report when printing report.
99 EXCEED WEIGHT QUOTA CN only. Please reset weight quota.

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SM5100 ERROR MESSAGE

SM5100 FATAL MESSAGE

No. Fatal Error Message


F002 External flash memory erase error

F003 External flash memory program error

F004 External flash memory program error

F005 Internal RAM read/write error

F006 External RAM read/write error

F007 External Ethernet IC read/write error

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SM5100 SERVER/CLIENT MANUAL

SM5100 SERVER/CLIENT MANUAL

1. Summary
SM5100 SERVER/CLIENT has three functions:
1) Floating clerk. (SPEC61)
2) Data file synchronization. (SPEC491)
3) Call PLU from server. (SPEC492)
In SERVER/CLIENT system, the maximum count of scales is 5 (1 SERVER and 4 CLIENTs).
Making all functions effective is in recommendation, and these 3 functions also can be used
independently in need.

2. SPEC
50 Setting of Client / Server
0 Client 2 Backup Server
1 Server / Workstation

61 Floating Clerk
0 Inhibit 1 Allow

194 Server IP Address


Enter a value between 1 to 254 For Client scale only.

208 Network Time Out


0 3 sec 2 x4
1 x2 3 x10

254 Auto Update of Client Off-line Report


0 Disable 1 Enable Effective when SPEC61
= 1.

491 Data File Synchronization


0 Disable 1 Enable

492 Call PLU from Server


0 Disable 1 Enable

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SM5100 SERVER/CLIENT MANUAL

3. Setting
1) Assure network settings of all scale are effective. IP-address of all scales must be set in same
subnet and different from each scale.
2)SPEC141
SPEC number SERVER CLIENT NOTICE
1. SPEC61,491,492 can
50 1 0 be set independently, but
the settings on the
SERVER must be same as
the settings on the
61 1 1 CLIENT.

2. SPEC254 is Effective
194 Not effective for SERVER Port Number of SERVER
only when SPEC61 = 1. It
(SPEC135) also must be set the same
value on SERVER and
CLIENT.
208 Use default value Use default value
3. Using SPEC208 default
value is in
254 1 1 recommendation. It may
be set to other value
according to the condition
of network. If wireless
491 1 1 communication is used,
please don’t set SPEC208
as 0. If the setting of
492 1 1 SPEC208 on SERVER is
different from the setting
on CLIENT, the largest
value of SPEC208 will be
used automatically.

4. Effect
When the functions are effective, the operation on SERVER is still same as stand-alone scale.
CLIENT will connect to SERVER automatically after power on. CLIENT becomes into online
status when connection is succeeded. And CLIENT will display “SERVER OFF-LINE” before
finishing connection. CLIENT could turn into offline status via [C] key while it’s displaying
“SERVER OFF-LINE”.
Effect on CLIENT

SPEC61 SPEC491 SPEC492


STATUS online offline online offline online offline
Reports of Reports are In S mode, only S4, S8 CLIENT CLIENT
CLIENT are only stored in and S20 can be calls up calls up
stored in CLIENT. operated. Rezero+230 PLU from PLU from
SERVER. If SPEC254=1, and updating file by SERVER its own
When connection CLIENT will PC functions are instantly. memory.
is succeeded, upload the forbidden. After The PLU
machine-setting Off-line reports connection is in CLIENT
EFFECT
and tax file of to SERVER succeeded, CLIENT is invalid.
CLIENT will be after next will synchronize data
updated once by successful files from SERVER
SERVER. connection. automatically. Max
synchronization time is
5 minutes*.
(1000PLUs)
*The synchronization time shall be influenced by the counts of PLU.

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SM 5100 FLEXIBLE BARCODE SETTING

SM-100 Flexible Barcode Setting Guide


DISPLAY
OPERATION REMARK
TARE lb $/lb $
PLU
Press [mode] third times S1 -- --> Enter programmer.
FILE
FLEXI
Enter Flexible Barcode
Press numeric 4 and 6 S46 -- --> BARCOD
programme.
E
Press [*] S46.0 F BAR 0 NO SET Program Flexible Barcode.
Enter numeric 1 S46.0 F BAR 1 NO SET Program Flexible Barcode 1.
Program Flag Code.(0 for F2,
Press [*] S46.1 F BAR 0 FLAG
1 for F1F2,2 for non.)
ITEM
Press [*] S46.2 F BAR 0 Enter item code length.
CODE
Enter data format for DATA1.( 0
for weight,1 for quantity,2 for unit
Press [*] S46.3 F BAR 0 DATA1 price.3 for weight/quantity,4 for
total price,5 for original price,6
for user programmable.)
Press [*] S46.4 F BAR 0 DIGIT Enter DATA1 length.
Shift for DATA1.( 0 for no right
shift,1 for right shift, 2 for right
Press [*] S46.5 F BAR 0 SHIFT shift x2, 3 for left shift, 4 for left
shift x2, 5 for left shift x3.)
Enter data format for DATA2.( 0
for weight,1 for quantity,2 for unit
Press [*] S46.6 F BAR 0 DATA2 price.3 for weight/quantity,4 for
total price,5 for original price,6
for user programmable.)

DISPLAY
OPERATION REMARK
TARE lb $/lb $
Press [*] S46.7 F BAR 0 DIGIT Enter DATA2 length.
Shift for DATA2.( 0 for no right
shift,1 for right shift, 2 for right
Press [*] S46.8 F BAR 0 SHIFT shift x2, 3 for left shift, 4 for left
shift x2, 5 for left shift x3.)
NO
Press [ⅹ] to select the middle
Press [*] S46.9 F BAR MIDDLE
CD check digit.
NO LAST Press [ⅹ] to select the last
Press [*] S46.1 F BAR
CD check digit.
ITF
Press [ⅹ] to swith ITF and EAN
Press [*] S46.1 F BAR BARCOD
E barcode.
FLEXI
Press [#] S46 -- --> BARCOD Save the flexible barcode 1.
E

Note: See the Flexible Barcode Usage Note at 《3.6.1 PLU programming》 in SM-100 Operation manual

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SM 5100 TRACEABILITY SETTING

SM-5100 Traceability Setting


Prepare

z Set SPEC258 to “1”

Traceability Programming

DISPLAY
OPERATION REMARK
TARE lb $/lb $
PLU
[Mode] [Mode] [Mode] S1 Æ Enter S mode
FILE
COUNTR
[3] [4] S34 Æ Enter country file programming
Y FILE
[*] [1] S34.0 1 NO SET Program country No. 1
[*][C][H][I][N][A] S34.1 COUN CHINA Name 5 Program country name “CHINA”
COUNTR
[#] S34 Æ Save Country No. 1
Y FILE
CUTTIN
[3] [5] S35 Æ Enter cutting hall programming
G HALL
[*] [1] S35.0 HALL 1 NO SET Program cutting hall No. 1
COUNTR Program cutting hall country No.
[*][1] S35.1 HALL 1
Y 1
Program cutting hall name
[*][C][U][T] S35.2 HALL CUT Name 3
“CUT”
CUTTIN
[#] S35 Æ Save cutting hall No. 1
G HALL

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SM 5100 TRACEABILITY SETTING

DISPLAY
OPERATION REMARK
TARE lb $/lb $
SLAUGH Enter slaughter house
[3][6] S36 Æ HOUSE
TER programming
[*][1] S36.0 HOUSE 1 NO SET Program slaughter house No. 1
COUNTR Program slaughter house
[*][1] S36.1 HOUSE 1
Y country No.1
Program slaughter house name
[*][S][L][A][U][G] S36.2 HOUSE SLAUG NAME 5
“SLAUG”
SLAUGH
[#] S36 Æ HOUSE Save slaughter house No. 1
TER
KIND
[4][7] S47 Æ Enter kind file programming
FLIE
[*][1] S47.0 KIND 1 NO SET Program kind file No. 1
[*][M][E][A][T] S47.1 KIND MEAT NAME 4 Program kind name “MEAT”
KIND
[#] S47 Æ Save kind file No. 1
FILE
CATEGO
[4][8] S48 Æ Enter category file programming
RY FILE
[*][1] S48.0 CATEG 1 NO SET Program category No. 1
[*][B][E][E][F] S48.1 CATEG BEEF NAME 4 Program category name “BEEF”
CATEGO
[#] S48 Æ Save category file No. 1
RY FILE

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SM 5100 TRACEABILITY SETTING

DISPLAY
OPERATION REMARK
TARE lb $/lb $
BREED
[4][9] S49 Æ Enter breed file programming
FILE
[*][1] S49.0 BREED 1 NO SET Program breed file No. 1
[*][B][U][L][L] S49.1 BREED BULL NAME 4 Program breed name “BULL”
BREED
[#] S49 Æ Save breed file No. 1
FILE
TRACEA
[3][7] S37 Æ Enter traceability programming
BILITY
[*][1] S37.0 TRACE 1 NO SET Program traceability No. 1
[*][1] S37.1 TRACE 1 BORN Choose born country No. 1
[*][1] S37.2 TRACE 1 FATTEN Choose fatten country No. 1
S
[*][1] S 37.3 TRACE 1 Choose slaughter house No. 1
HOUSE
Choose link country No. 1 for
[*][1] S37.4 S CNT 1 LNK 1
slaughter house
[*][1] S37.5 TRACE 1 C HALL Choose cutting house No. 1
Choose link country No. 1 for
[*][1] S37.6 C CNT 1 LNK 1
cutting hall
[*][1] S37.7 TRACE 1 ORIGIN Choose original country No. 1

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SM 5100 TRACEABILITY SETTING

DISPLAY
OPERATION REMARK
TARE lb $/lb $
[*][R][C][D] S37.8 R-CD RCD NAME 3 Program R-CD content “RCD”
[*][G][T][I][N] S37.9 GTIN GTIN NAME 4 Program GTIN content “GTIN”
[*][L][O][T] S37.10 LOT LOT NAME 3 Program LOT content “LOT”
[*][1] S37.11 TRACE 1 KIND Choose kind No. 1
[*][1] S37.12 TRACE 1 CATEG Choose category No. 1
[*][1] S37.13 TRACE 1 BREED Choose breed No. 1
[*][C][O][N][T] S37.14 CONT CONT NAME 4 Program cont content “CONT”
[*][0][6][0][3][1][0] S37.15 TRACE 060310 EAT D Program eat by date “06/03/10”
[*][5][0][0][0] S37.16 TRACE 5.000 WEGHT Program maximum weight “5kg”
[*][S][C][D] S37.17 S CD SCD NAME 3 Program S CD content “SCD”
[*][S][N][M] S37.18 S NM SNM NAME 3 Program S NM content “SNM”
[*][S][A][D][1] S37.19 S AD1 SAD1 NAME 4 Program S AD1 content “SAD1”
[*][S][A][D][2] S37.20 S AD2 SAD2 NAME 4 Program S AD2 content “SAD2”
TRACEA
[#] S37 Æ Save traceability No. 1
BILITY

Free Format Programming


z Enter “S12 Æ FREE FORMAT”, press [*]
z Edit the correlative items for traceability in free format

PLU ITEM Programming


z Enter “S19 Æ PLU ITEM”, press [*]
z Set “ Item TRACE” to “PROGRAM” and press [#] to save

PLU Programming
z When you edit PLU, set “S1.64 PLU” to “TRACE ALLOW” and press [*]
z Input traceability number and press [#] to save
z In the end, when you call the PLU and print label, you’ll see the traceability information on the label

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SM 5100 Nutrition Fact Setting

SM-5100 Nutrition Fact Setting

Concept

Nutrition uses fix template to print. Totally It has 12 fix templates(No. 70 ~ No. 81).

Setting Method

1. Enter S mode
2. Enter “S19 --- PLU ITEM” and set “IMAGE” and “NUTRI” to “PROGRAM”
3. Enter “S12 --- FREE FORMAT”
4. Enter “S12.5 IMG 1 Å 47 F ITEM” to “S12.5 IMG 10 Å 56 F ITEM” to set the print area of Nutrition. (In
each label format, totally you can print 10 images)
5. Enter “S1 --- PLU FILE” to create PLU.
6. Enter “S1.50 PLU 0 IMAGE 1” to choose the template number for IMAGE 1 (From No. 70~ No. 81).

7. Enter “S1.59 PLU 0 IMAGE 10” to choose the template number for IMAGE 10 (From No. 70~ NO. 81).
8. Set “S1.81 PLU PRINT NUTRI” to set nutrition print status to “Print”.
9. Enter from S1.82 to S1.10 to input nutrition contents.
10. For extra details on the Nutrition Fact, Enter S11: TXT form to edit by hands.
11. Enter “S12 --- FREE FORMAT” to set up the TXT position.
12. Press [PLU] key to save.

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SM 5100 PC-FL1 OPERATION

PC-FL1 OPERATION
Note: this guide is available just for SM series expect the SM-5100.

1. The link of the hardware


Link the PC with scale via RS232C.

2. Operation
1. The Spec setting in the scale
3 for SPEC51 (The SIO baud rate is 9600. )
1 for SPEC52 (The SIO data length is 8.)
0 for SPEC53 (No SIO parity digit.)
0 for SPEC54 (1 bit stop bit.)
2 for SPEC60 (SIO work via PCFL-1)

2. The setting in the software


1) open the software
2) the com port setting

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SM 5100 PC-FL1 OPERATION

Please note:
a) The com port should be the same as the one used in your computer.
b) The com port setting must be same as setting in the scale.
3) the folder for save

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SM 5100 PC-FL1 OPERATION

Note: You could set the default folder for save the data received from the scale.
3. Operation
1) receive the data from the scale

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SM 5100 PC-FL1 OPERATION

Note: You could press the key to receive the data from scale.
2) send the data to scale

Note: You could press the key to send the data to scale.

1) the operation in the scale


DISPLAY
OPERATION REMARK
TARE lb $/lb $

DAIL Enter the [Z] mode


[M][0][M][M] 0 CLR X
Y
[zero]+[0][1][0] BAC PLU FILE X Press preset key [7]or [8] to
Preset key [8] BAC FOR FILE X select the transmit item:
Preset key [8] BAC OTH FILE X PLU, Format, Others or All.
Preset key [8] BAC ALL FILE X
SA Press preset key [7]or [8] to
[*] BAC FL-1 X
TO select the transmit method:
RD save data to FL-1,read
Preset key [8] BAC FL-1 X
FR
COM
data from FL-1,verify data
Preset key [8] BAC FL-1 X with FL-1.
P
T- Transmit successfully.
[*] OPN GOOD X
OUT
DAIL Back to Z mode.
[Tare] 0 CLR X
Y

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