Mettler Toledo SmartTouch 8461 Operation & User’s Manual

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  • 8461

    SmartTouch

    ®

    Scale/Printer

    User’s Guide

    64056468

    (6/06)

    Rev 01

  • ©Mettler-Toledo, Inc. 2006

    No part of this manual may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or

    mechanical, including photocopying and recording, for any purpose without the express written

    permission of Mettler-Toledo, Inc.

    U.S. Government Restricted Rights: This documentation is furnished with Restricted Rights.

  • Cardboard (all four corners)

    Cartón (en las cuatro esquinas)

    Carton (aux quatre coins)

    Screws

    Tornillos

    Vis

    Bracke

    t

    Soporte

    Suppor

    t

    Unpacking Instructions for Model 8461 (Export Versions)

    Instrucciones de desempaque para el Modelo 8461

    Instructions de Déballage pour le Modèle 8461

    Refer to the illustration below.

    Refiérase al dibujo más abajo.

    Référez-vous à l’illustration ci-dessous.

    Step 1 Remove the two screws holding the bracket, then remove the bracket.

    Paso 1 Saque los dos tornillos del soporte de la araña y retire el soporte.

    Étape 1 Retirez les deux vis maintenants le support, puis enlevez le support.

    Step 2 Remove the cardboard from all four corners.

    Paso 2 Saque el cartón de las cuatro esquinas.

    Étape 2 Retirez le carton des quatre coins.

    For units shipped to Austrialia only.

    Sólo para el modelo de venta en Australia:

    Uniquement pour les unités expédiées en Australie:

    Step 3 Install the level indicator on the bottom of the unit.

    Paso 3 Instale el indicador de nivel al pie de la undidad.

    Étape 3 Installez l’indicateur de niveau en dessous de l’unité.

    Level Indicator

    Indicador de nivel

    Indicateur de Niveau

    Screws

    Tornillos

    Vis

  • Mettler-Toledo Inc.

    Columbus, Ohio

    Declaration of Conformance to SMA Standard

    Production Meets Type

    (Year of Declaration 2002)

    We the manufacturer of

    Model Certificate and Number Issued by

    8461 CoC 97-129 NCWM

    declare in our responsibility the conformance of the above listed models and types to the mentioned certificates and the

    requirements of the SMA standard.

    This declaration becomes valid when the SMA Compliance Logo, having our name or trademark is applied to the device

    or its accompanying documentation.

  • Part / Product Name:

    Part / Model Number: Date:

    Provided By:

    Customer Name:

    Address:

    Phone Number: Fax Number:

    Your comments on product performance, quality, or service:

    Do not write in space below. For METTLER TOLEDO use only.

    Response (where appropriate). Include root cause analysis and corrective action taken.

    METTLER TOLEDO Model 8461 User's Guide 64056468

    METTLER TOLEDO

    1900 Polaris Parkway

    Columbus, Ohio 43240

    METTLER TOLEDO® is a registered trademark of Mettler-Toledo, Inc.

    ©2006 Mettler-Toledo, Inc.

    Printed in USA

    If you have a problem with one of our products or publications, or just a

    suggestion on how we can serve you better, please fill out this form and

    send it to the address on the opposite side of this page (U.S. postage paid),

    or fax it to us at (614) 438-4355. Your feedback will help us to improve

    product performance, quality, and service.

    METTLER TOLEDO

    ®

    Customer Feedback

    Attention: Retail Quality Manager - MTWR

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    E

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    Retail Quality Manager - MTWR

    P.O. Box 1705

    Columbus, OH 43216

    USA

    NO POSTAGE

    NECESSARY IF

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    UNITED STATES

    Please seal with tape.

  • FCC Notice

    This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and the Radio Interference

    Requirements of the Canadian Department of Communications. Operation is subject to

    the following conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)

    this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause

    undesired operation.

    This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital

    device, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide

    reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a

    commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio

    frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction

    manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this

    equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the

    user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.

    Publication Revision

    History

    Part Number Date Revisions

    15038100A 10/97 New Manual

    A15038100A 3/98 Added Customer Feedback form and Preset

    Key/Marquee Programming sections.

    B15038100A 5/99 Added Export Version Unpacking Instructions. Corrected

    Preset Key Programming Instructions. Added new

    Operating Instructions in Chapter 4.

    C15038100A 2/01 Added Standalone Information

    D15038100A 9/01 Added Network Setup section and new Main Screen

    OnLine1/OnLine2 features.

    D15038100A 5/03(.01) Declaration of Conformance to SMA Standard

    64056468

    Rev 00

    9/05 Added COOL and other new Functions and Updated

    Wireless/Network setup info. Added functions for

    Remote Plus units.

    64056468

    Rev 01

    6/06 Updated screen shots and items for 7.2 release

  • PRECAUTIONS

    WARNING

    FOR CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST SHOCK HAZARD

    CONNECT TO PROPERLY GROUNDED OUTLET ONLY.

    DO NOT REMOVE THE GROUND PRONG.

    WARNING

    Power outlets must be easily accessible and located no

    further than the length of the power cord supplied with the

    product. Failure to do so could result in result in personnel

    injury and/or property damage.

    WARNING

    DISCONNECT ALL POWER TO THIS UNIT BEFORE

    REMOVING THE FUSE OR SERVICING.

    Disposal

    In conformance with the European Directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and

    Electronic Equipment (WEEE) this device may not be disposed of in domestic waste.

    This also applies to countries outside the EU, per their specific requirements.

    Please dispose of this product in accordance with local regulations at the collecting

    point specified for electrical and electronic equipment.

    If you have any questions, please contact the responsible authority or the distributor

    from which you purchased this device.

    Should this device be passed on to other parties (for private or professional use), the

    content of this regulation must also be related.

    Thank you for your contribution to environmental protection.

    READ this manual BEFORE

    operating or servicing this

    equipment.

    FOLLOW these instructions

    carefully.

    SAVE this manual for future

    reference.

    DO NOT allow untrained

    personnel to operate, clean,

    inspect, maintain, service, or

    tamper with this equipment.

    ALWAYS DISCONNECT this

    equipment from the power

    source before cleaning or

    performing maintenance.

    CALL METTLER TOLEDO for parts,

    information, and service.

  • CONTENTS

    1 Label Installation............................................................................................ 1-1

    2 Touchscreen Operation.................................................................................... 2-1

    Numeric Entry Screen ..........................................................................................................2-1

    Preset Entry Screen .............................................................................................................2-2

    Touchscreen Operation ........................................................................................................2-3

    3 Setup............................................................................................................. 3-1

    Unit Setup...........................................................................................................................3-1

    Program Presets ....................................................................................................................3-2

    Set Preset Touch Reaction .......................................................................................................3-4

    Setup Marquee....................................................................................................................... 3-5

    Change Time/Date.................................................................................................................. 3-6

    Network Setup........................................................................................................................ 3-7

    4 Operating Instructions..................................................................................... 4-1

    Quick Start..........................................................................................................................4-1

    Printing a By-Weight PLU in Service Mode.................................................................................4-1

    Printing a By-Weight PLU in Prepack Mode ............................................................................... 4-2

    Printing a By-Count or Standard Pack PLU Single Label .............................................................. 4-3

    Printing Multiple Labels for By-Count or Standard Pack PLU ........................................................4-3

    Batch Queue.......................................................................................................................... 4-4

    Zero the Scale........................................................................................................................ 4-5

    Label Feed............................................................................................................................. 4-5

    Calling PLU Records............................................................................................................4-6

    Numeric Entry Method............................................................................................................. 4-6

    Preset Method........................................................................................................................ 4-6

    PLU Edit Screen ..................................................................................................................4-7

    By-Weight PLU....................................................................................................................... 4-8

    Standard Pack PLU................................................................................................................. 4-9

    By-Count PLU ........................................................................................................................ 4-9

    Manual PLU........................................................................................................................... 4-9

    Manual Overrides..............................................................................................................4-10

    Manual Unit Price................................................................................................................. 4-10

    Manual Count...................................................................................................................... 4-10

    Manual Total Price ............................................................................................................... 4-10

    Manual Net Weight...............................................................................................................4-10

    Manual Tare ........................................................................................................................ 4-10

    Manual Shelf Life and Use-By Date......................................................................................... 4-10

    Manual Extra Text................................................................................................................. 4-11

    Operator Totals .................................................................................................................4-11

    Memory Mode...................................................................................................................4-12

    Totals ...............................................................................................................................4-14

    Country Of Origin Labeling.................................................................................................4-15

    Standalone Mode DB Editor...............................................................................................4-18

  • 5 Maintenance .................................................................................................. 5-1

    Before Performing Maintenance! ..........................................................................................5-1

    External Cleaning................................................................................................................5-1

    Internal Cleaning ................................................................................................................5-2

  • Chapter 1: Label Installation

    1-1

    1 Label Installation

    Follow the instructions below and the illustrations to install labels. (It is not necessary to

    unlock the printhead to load labels). The labels can be loaded in a stripped mode or

    unstripped mode. The default is stripped mode. This must also match the DELIVERY

    option in Printer Setup.

    1. Remove the Printer Door.

    2. Press the Release Lever and pull the printer forward.

    3. Install the labels on the supply spool.

    4. Press the release lever. If installing for unstripped mode, skip to Step 7.

    5. Remove the liner take-up spool from the printer mechanism.

    6. Slide the two halves of the liner take-up spool apart and discard any spent liner.

    7. Insert the end of the paper into the rear chute and through the Gap Sensor. Feed

    labels into the chute until they stop at the platen roller.

    8. Touch the ENTER or ENTER/PRINT

    key to feed the labels, while gently pushing the

    label stock into the rear chute until the label feeds out the front of the mechanism. If

    the label stock will not feed out the front, there may be a label jam inside the

    mechanism. In this case, unlock and lift the printhead to clear the jam. If the

    delivery method is unstripped you are done loading labels and can push the printer

    back in until it locks and install the printer cover.

    9. If you are using loading labels in a stripped delivery mode, insert the label liner

    through the fingers of one half of the liner take-up spool.

    10. Reassemble the two halves of the liner take-up spool.

    11. Reinstall the liner take-up spool into the printer mechanism.

    12. Wind the spool upwards until the slack is taken up on the liner. When complete,

    slide the printer back inside until the locking lever engages and reinstall the printer

    cover.

  • METTLER TOLEDO Model 8461 Service Manual

    1-2

    After installing the labels, select the label size as shown below. Refer to the Model 8461

    Service Manual for information on programming custom labels.

  • Chapter 2Touchscreen Operation

    Numeric Entry Screen

    2-1

    2 Touchscreen Operation

    Numeric Entry Screen

    Figure 2-1: Numeric Entry Screen

    Touch to zero

    the scale.

    Motion indicates

    the wei

    g

    ht has not

    stabilized.

    Press here for Help

    Indicates scale is Zero

    Gross indicates no tare is

    taken. Net indicates weight

    is net (tare taken).

    Accesses Unit

    Setup Mode or

    Master Editor.

    Current Department

    Name and Number.

    Time and Date

    Network IP

    VOID will delete

    accumulator values

    from totals for a

    p

    r

    e

    vi

    ous

    tr

    a

    n

    sac

    ti

    o

    n.

    Lists backup PLUs for

    the current department.

    Press the PLU to select

    for a transaction.

    Switches to

    Preset Mode

    Selects a preset

    pa

    g

    e for displa

    y

    Numeric Entry

    keys 0-9.

    ENTER is used to

    Enter a PLU and

    advance to the PLU

    Edit Screen. When

    no PLU is entered, it

    will feed a blank

    label.

    Off-Line indicates

    communication problem.

    CLEAR is used to:

    • Erase an

    incorrect entry.

    • On some

    menus, to

    indicate you are

    finished.

    • Return to the

    previous screen.

    ENTER/

    PRINT

    ENTER/

    MEM

    ENTER/PRINT is used to call a PLU and

    automatically print a label. When no PLU

    number is entered, it will feed a blank label.

    If Memory is active, the ENTER/PRINT key will

    split into two keys. The new key adds a

    transaction to memory.

    If memory is active, the SUBTOTAL

    and PRINT MEM keys will be

    active. SUBTOTAL displays the

    totals. PRINT MEM prints a receipt

    label and clears the memory.

    If BATCH QUEUE is enabled, the

    LIST QUEUE will show the current

    queue list. PRINT QUEUE will print

    the batch.

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    2-2

    Preset Entry Screen

    Figure 2-2: Preset Entry Screen

    Selects Numeric

    PLU Entry Screen

    Accesses Unit

    Setup Mode or the

    Master Editor.

    Selects another

    Preset Page.

    Clears a

    previous

    transaction.

    Previous

    Preset

    Page.

    Preset Keys

    used to call

    PLUs

    Preset Pa

    g

    e Name

    Next

    Preset

    Page.

  • Chapter 2Touchscreen Operation

    Touchscreen Operation

    2-3

    Fingertip must touch

    within ke

    y

    area (in circle)

    for valid key entries.

    LED Lens

    Withdraw fingertip past the black

    lens after each key entry.

    Touchscreen Operation

    The Model 8461 Touchscreen is both a display and keyboard. The keyboard part of the

    Touchscreen does not use conventional keys, but instead senses where the fingertip is

    placed on the screen for key input. Only a light touch within the key area (Figure 2-5) is

    required.

    For best results, the fingertip must enter at a right angle (Figure 2-3) to touch the key

    area, and then must be withdrawn beyond the black lens surrounding the Touchscreen

    (Figure 2-5) before making the next key entry. When touching the keys, make sure no

    other finger drags on the screen. This would prevent the Model 8461 from correctly

    sensing the fingertip.

    Your thumb may not produce good results, especially if it is larger than the key (Figure

    2-4). Wearing gloves may also not produce the best results if the gloves are larger than

    the key area. Remember; do not press on the keys. Just a light touch is all that is

    required.

    Figure 2-3: For Best Results, Use Fingertip Figure 2-4: Thumb may not work

    Figure 2-5: LED Lens and Key Area

    Do not press on the Touchscreen. Use

    only a light touch for key entry.

    Do not use a hard or sharp object to

    make key entries. This can scratch or

    damage the Touchscreen and lens.

  • Mettler Toledo Model 8461 User's Guide

    2-4

    For your notes

  • Chapter 3: Setup

    Unit Setup

    3 Setup

    Unit Setup

    Touch the SETUP key to access the Unit Setup Screen (Figure 3-1).

    If no password has been

    configured, the ENTER

    PASSWORD screen will be

    bypassed. There are two levels

    of access: Supervisor or

    Operator. Supervisor allows entry

    into all of the setup functions.

    Operator password allows

    access only to functions that the

    supervisor allows and disabled

    functions are indicated by

    grayed key areas.

    Instructions may be valid with

    only one version scale and will

    be pointed out in the manual.

    The terms “SmartTouch

    ®

    Master” or “Master” will represent

    the SmartTouch

    ®

    Master that

    can be installed in any satellite.

    The acronym STEM stands for

    SmartTouch

    ®

    Ethernet Master.

    DB displays for the

    standalone mode.

    Figure 3-1: Unit Setup

    The following sections describe the different options available under Unit Setup.

    3-1

  • METTLER TOLEDO Model 8461 User's Guide

    Program Presets

    Preset Keys allow calling a PLU record with one touch of a programmed key. From the

    Unit Setup screen, touch PROGRAM PRESET KEYS to bring up the PRESET PAGES edit

    screen (Figure 3-2). Each of the 10 pages can contain up to 35 preset keys for a total

    of 350 presets.

    Figure 3-2: Program Presets Screen

    Delete

    To delete an entire Preset Page, touch the DELETE PAGE

    key, then touch the page you

    wish to delete. Complete or cancel the deletion as prompted.

    Swap

    To swap preset page key positions, touch the SWAP PAGES

    key, then touch the first key

    you want to swap followed by the second key you want to swap.

    Edit

    To edit the page name, touch EDIT PAGE NAME

    ,

    then touch the key you wish to edit.

    Type the name you wish to appear on key. Use the BACKSPACE key to delete existing

    characters, or SHIFT BACKSPACE to delete a complete line. One line of 7-8 large

    characters or two lines of 10 characters can be displayed. To move to the second line,

    touch NEW LINE.

    Configured

    Preset Page

    Empty

    Preset

    Page

    Figure 3-3: Keyboard to edit Preset Page Names

    3-2

  • Chapter 3: Setup

    Unit Setup

    To program PLUs into a page, touch PROGRAM PRESETS, then touch one of the ten

    preset page keys (Figure 3-2). The Preset Menu shown in Figure 3-4 will then appear.

    Figure 3-4: Program Presets Menu

    Touch EDIT, then the preset

    key to add or edit a preset.

    Touch the department box

    to select a new department.

    To change the department that you are selecting PLUs from, touch the DEPARTMENT

    box (upper left corner). A list of the departments with descriptions will display. Page

    through the list to find the desired department and touch to select it.

    Delete

    To delete an existing preset key, touch DELETE (at the top of the screen) followed by the

    preset key you wish to delete. Complete or cancel the deletion as prompted.

    Swap

    To swap the key locations of two preset keys on the preset page, touch SWAP (at the

    top of the screen), then touch the first key you want to swap followed by the second key

    you want to swap.

    Add / Edit

    To add a new preset key or edit an existing preset key, touch EDIT followed by the preset

    key you wish to program. The numeric keyboard will display. Type in the PLU number or

    touch LOOK-UP to generate a list of PLU numbers from the current department. Page

    through the list of PLUs to locate the item and touch to select it.

    The alphanumeric keyboard will display, and the preset key description for the item will

    show in the upper left hand corner of the display. The second line of text in the left-hand

    corner is the description editor. On new preset keys, the preset key description will

    default to the PLU description. If four lines of description are available, only the first line

    will show up on the preset keys.

    Use the keyboard to edit the preset key description. The BACKSPACE key erases one

    character at a time, and SHIFT BACKSPACE erases the complete line. Up to three lines of

    12 characters per line are allowed. Touch the ENTER key when you are finished.

    Figure 3-5: Keyboard to enter Preset Key Names

    3-3

  • METTLER TOLEDO Model 8461 User's Guide

    Set Preset Touch

    Reaction

    PRESET TOUCH REACTION configures how the preset keys react when touched.

    Figure 3-6: Preset Touch Reaction

    EDIT PLU When a preset key is touched the PLU Edit screen displays, allowing

    the user to make changes, then touch PRINT.

    PRINT PLU When a preset key is touched it will call the PLU and automatically

    print a label. The PLU Edit screen is bypassed.

    1 = EDIT

    2 = PRINT

    Touch the preset key once to call the PLU and display the PLU Edit

    screen. Touch the preset key twice in rapid succession to bypass the

    PLU Edit screen and the print automatically.

    CANCEL Cancels operation and returns to the UNIT Setup screen

    3-4

  • Chapter 3: Setup

    Unit Setup

    Setup Marquee

    From the Unit Setup screen, touch SETUP MARQUEE

    to display the Marquee Setup

    screen (Figure 3-7). The messages shown on the Marquee list will scroll on the

    customer display when the marquee is active. Any changes made at the unit will not

    affect the marquees stored in the master/server database. The marquee starts

    automatically if there is no activity on the unit after approximately approximately 10

    seconds. When the Touchscreen is touched, or if weight is added to the platter, the

    marquee will be suspended.

    Line Spacing Scroll S

    p

    eed

    Figure 3-7: Setup Marquee Screen

    Retrieve To retrieve a marquee from the master/server database, first touch

    RETRIEVE, and then touch any of the 10 boxes to the left. Touch the

    desired action code to select it. If no marquees (Type 3 Action

    codes) were located at the master/server, a blank list is displayed.

    Edit To edit or create a message, touch the EDIT key and marquee box

    you wish to edit.

    Delete To delete a message, touch the DELETE key followed by the

    marquee message you wish to delete.

    Swap To swap the position of a marquee with another, touch SWAP, touch

    the marquee to move, then touch the new location.

    0-9

    (Scroll Speed)

    To adjust the marquee scrolling speed, change the number in the

    FAST/SLOW column by touching the desired speed 0-9.

    Start/Stop Starts or stops the marquee for testing purposes.

    Line Spacing Change the number of blank spaces between the messages.

    3-5

  • METTLER TOLEDO Model 8461 User's Guide

    Change Time/Date

    From the Unit Setup screen, touch CHANGE TIME/DATE

    to bring up the Time and Date

    screen (Figure 3-8). To make changes, touch the appropriate menu option window and

    follow the instructions indicated below.

    Figure 3-8: Change Time/Date

    Month Numeric month 1-12.

    Day Numeric day 1-31.

    Year Last two digits of the current year 00-99.

    Date Format Date format (MM/DD/YY, DD/MM/YY, YY/MM/DD, or YY/Mon/DD).

    Date Separator Select /, -, or .

    Time Format Select either 12 or 24 hour formats.

    Hour Current hour (1-12) through the numeric keyboard.

    Minute Current minute (00 - 59) through the numeric keyboard.

    PM/AM Select AM or PM by touching the appropriate window.

    Time Format Select between12 or 24 hour formats.

    Send Time &

    Date To Master

    (Touch DOWN to display)

    Sends the time and date to a SmartTouch

    ®

    master or STEM.

    SYNC From

    Master

    If set to YES, the time will be obtained from the master when the

    UC-ST is powered up. Setting to NO will disable this function.

    (RemotePlus Versions)

    3-6

  • Chapter 3: Setup

    Unit Setup

    Network Setup

    Client, Standalone Client, RemotePlus

    The network configuration is set up for the Client (Software Revision 5.5 or later) on the

    Unit Setup Screen under NETWORK SETUP.

    If the network is local, arbitrary

    numbers can be selected for the IP

    Address. An IP Address consists of

    a group of four numbers from 0 to

    255, separated by periods, for

    example: 207.142.140.101.

    Do not duplicate numbers on the

    network. To enter the numbers, key

    in the numbers starting at the MSD

    (left Most Si

    g

    nificant Di

    g

    it) number.

    The periods are not entered in this

    procedure. Enter numbers lower

    than 100 with preceding zeros

    (Example: 10 is entered as 010).

    To exit without saving, touch

    CLEAR.

    Note: For older versions, the network configuration is accessed under the “Calibrate/

    Install Unit” button. To enter setup mode, touch SETUP, UNIT, NETWORK SETUP.

    The last three Items are RemotePlus functions only. Standard versions will not display a

    third screen.

    Power the unit down after chan

    g

    in

    g

    the IP address for the new changes

    to take effect.

    On Client Software Revision 5.5,

    the client will ping the network for

    the Scale IP that it is confi

    g

    ured for.

    If a duplicate IP is found on the

    network, the message “DUPLICATE

    IP ADDR” will display. You must

    then change the IP address to a

    unique address on the network

    before the client can access

    the master database.

    Figure 3-9: Network Setup Screens

    The network setup functions are described in the following section.

    3-7

  • METTLER TOLEDO Model 8461 User's Guide

    You must first select the network boot type, Manual or Automatic. Automatic is the

    default. Automatic will use DHCP to automatically obtain the network boot information

    from a DHCP server. The parameter details are explained below.

    On Software Revision 5.5, the client

    will ping the network for the Scale IP

    that it is configured for. If a duplicate IP

    is found on the network, the message

    “DUPLICATE IP ADDR” will display. You

    must then change the IP address to a

    unique address on the network before

    the client can access the master

    database.

    NETWORK

    When Automatic is selected, the DHCP and BOOTP features will

    be used. The “SERVER IP”, “SERVER MAC”, “SUBNET MASK”,

    “ROUTER”, “DHCP SERVER”, and “DNS SERVER” fields will display

    but cannot be changed. The administrator must make sure the

    correct data is available on the network server and the DHCP

    server points each client to the correct locations. With this setup,

    administrators can abstract and group scales in logical groups.

    Each group can have their own software and data settings,

    eliminating the need to configure each scale individually.

    If Manual is selected, then the DHCP feature is disabled and the

    TCP/IP parameters and BOOTP parameters must be entered

    manually. The “Server MAC” field will display but no changes are

    allowed. The “DHCP Server” and “DNS Server” fields will display

    but changes are not allowed to these fields.

    If a scale is set to boot Manual, then there is no network query for

    boot information when the scale powers up. Booting follows the

    path of whatever data configured on the scale. The administrator

    must access each scale with a manual setting on an individual

    basis. This feature will allow the ease of administration that a

    centralized, networked based boot system provides, but not

    require DHCP services. The Boot sequence of a scale set to a

    manual Boot Sequence will follow the boot sequence of the

    Automatic setting excluding the DHCP portion. In addition, this

    also allows a remote person (administrator, field support), to

    update software and data on the scale through a ‘runonce’ boot

    sequence change. This would allow them the ability, with the

    coordination of scale network administrator, to change

    configurations and software from a remote location.

    SCALE IP

    This is the standalone IP address. If the “Network” is set to

    “Automatic” this field cannot be changed. If the “Network” is set to

    “Manual” then this field may be changed. The IP address is

    entered as four sets of numbers called octets consisting of three

    digits. The address is entered one octet at a time. A decimal point

    will appear after every three numbers are entered. When there are

    only 1 or 2 digits in an octet, fill in with zeros. For example, 1 is

    entered as 001. The default value for this field is

    255.255.255.000.

    SCALE PORT

    Used in the standalone mode. This is the TCP/IP Host Port

    number used to communicate with the Standalone scale.

    SCALE NAME

    This is the local domain name to given to the standalone scale.

    Devices on the network can reference the scale by using this

    name.

    SCALE MAC

    Hardware Media Access Control (MAC) address. Each Ethernet

    device has a unique 6-byte MAC address. This field is displayed

    but cannot be changed.

    SERVER

    Select Automatic or Manual. If you wish to set the Subnet Mask

    and Router fields, set this function to Manual.

    SERVER IP

    This may be displayed, but is not used in the standalone mode.

    SERVER NAME

    This may be displayed, but is not used in the standalone mode.

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    Unit Setup

    BACKUP IP

    If the database located at SERVER IP is un-available, the client

    will attempt to locate the record at the Backup IP location. The IP

    address is entered one octet at a time.

    BACKUP NAME

    This is the name of the location entered as the Backup IP.

    SUBNET MASK

    The mask that is used to identify the local network when

    accessing an IP address on the Ethernet network. If the “Network”

    is set to “Automatic” this field cannot be changed. If the “Network”

    is set to “Manual” thee field may be changed. The mask is

    entered one octet at a time. The default value is

    255.255.255.000.

    ROUTER

    The router’s (default gateway) IP address. The router is used

    when accessing devices outside of the local network. If the

    “Network” is set to “Automatic” this field cannot be changed. If the

    “Network” is set to “Manual” this field may be changed. The IP

    address is entered one octet at a time. The default value is

    255.255.255.000.

    DHCP SERVER

    Display only. This is the current IP address of the local network’s

    DHCP server. This field only displays when the “Network” is set to

    “Automatic” and cannot be changed.

    DNS SERVER

    Display only. This is the current IP address of the local network’s

    DNS server. This field only displays when the “Network” is set to

    “Automatic” and cannot be changed.

    MANUAL TFTP

    SERVER

    The TFTP Server (Trivial File Transfer Protocol) is the location of

    the network boot files for the scale that can include application

    software and configuration data.

    MANUAL TFTP

    PORT

    The default port is 69. This setting can be changed by the system

    administrator if needed.

    MANUAL

    BOOTFILE

    This is the file name of the application or configuration file that

    will be downloaded to the scales.

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    Quick Start

    4 Operating Instructions

    Quick Start

    This section provides a quick reference for some common procedures.

    Printing a By-Weight

    PLU in Service Mode

    4-1

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    Printing a By-Weight

    PLU in Prepack Mode

    4-2

  • Chapter 4: Operating Instructions

    Quick Start

    Printing a By-Count or

    Standard Pack PLU

    Single Label

    APPLES

    6 / .99 0.17

    $ .99

    =

    +

    3

    +

    4

    +

    5

    ENTER

    +

    PRINT

    APPLES

    +

    PRINT

    PLU 345

    ENTER PLU: 0

    ENTER/

    PRINT

    Printing Multiple Labels

    for By-Count or

    Standard Pack PLU

    PRINT

    =

    6

    +

    7

    +

    8

    ENTER

    +

    PLU 67 8

    +

    +

    +

    6

    +

    ENTER

    ENTER PLU: 0

    26

    00015 02217

    $0.99

    WHOLE WHEAT BREAD

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    Batch Queue

    This procedure is used to print batches of different labels. To print Nutrition Facts or

    Extra Text labels, use the key before touching the QUEUE key to select the Extra Text or

    Nutrition Facts label formats located at the end of the formats list.

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    Quick Start

    Zero the Scale

    If zero (0.00) is not displayed when the scale is at the Main Screen (without any items

    on the platter) check for obstructions touching the platter, then touch the weight display.

    Label Feed

    =

    ENTER/

    PRIN

    0.00 lb

    ENTER PLU: 0

    +

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    Calling PLU Records

    PLU (Price Look Up) records are called (retrieved from file) two ways: Numeric Entry

    (Enter the PLU number on the keyboard), or Preset Entry (touch one of the preset keys.)

    Numeric Entry Method

    If the Preset PLU entry screen is displayed, touch the NUMERIC key. This will select the

    Numeric entry screen for transactions. To call a PLU record, enter the PLU number on

    the numeric keypad, then touch the ENTER or ENTER/PRINT key.

    Numeric Entry Screen

    Preset Method

    When a preset key is touched, the screen shown below will display. To call a preset

    PLU, touch one of the preprogrammed preset PLU keys.

    1. Key in PLU number. (Ex: 123)

    2. Press ENTER or

    ENTER/PRINT

    Press a Preset

    Key to call up

    preset PLUs.

    Preset Screen

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    PLU Edit Screen

    PLU Edit Screen

    After a PLU is selected, the PLU Edit screen will display. This display will differ

    depending on the PLU types used. If enabled in setup, certain items will be "double

    boxed" and can be manually overwritten by touching the appropriate box and following

    instructions. All changes made through this screen will be for the current transaction

    only and the changes will not be saved to the PLU record.

    Displays current Extra

    Text information. If

    pressed, used to select

    an alternate ET record.

    Displa

    y

    s

    current date.

    Displa

    y

    s the PLU

    description.

    Displa

    y

    s the

    current Shelf-Life. If

    double boxed, the

    Shelf-Life can be

    chan

    g

    ed b

    y

    pressing here.

    Changes the accumulator for the

    current transaction.

    Used to select a

    different Grade.

    Prints a label.

    MEMORY - enters the

    transaction into

    memory mode to print

    a receipt type label.

    TOTALS - In prepack

    mode, allows printing

    subtotal or grand total

    labels.

    QUEUE - Enters a By-

    Count or Std.Pack PLU

    in a batch queue for

    later printing of the

    complete batch.

    Ends the transaction

    and returns to the

    home screen.

    Total Price

    Unit Price for By-Wei

    g

    ht

    and By-Count PLUs, or

    the Net Wei

    g

    ht on

    Standard Pack PLUs.

    Net Weight (random

    wei

    g

    ht PLUs) or

    Quantity (By-Count or

    Standard Pack PLUs).

    Service/Prepack (only on By-Weight PLUs) toggles

    between the two modes. Service clears the PLU after the

    transaction. Prepack retains the PLU information until

    CLEAR is pressed.

    No. Of Labels appears only on Std Pack/By-Count PLUs.

    Tare wei

    g

    ht displa

    y

    s on

    random weight PLUs.

    Displays current Use-B

    y

    date. If

    double boxed, the Use-B

    y

    Date can

    be chan

    g

    ed b

    y

    p

    ressin

    g

    here.

    Selects a different label format from a

    choice of 8 for the current transaction.

    PLU Edit Screen

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    By-Weight PLU

    Service Mode

    Call the PLU. If PREPACK is displayed on the EDIT screen, touch that key to toggle to

    SERVICE. Place the item on the platter and touch PRINT to issue a label. When the item

    is removed from the platter, the PLU will automatically clear.

    Prepack Mode

    Call the PLU. If SERVICE is displayed on the EDIT screen, touch that key to toggle to

    PREPACK. Place the item on the platter. A label will automatically issue. Take the label

    and remove the item from the platter. The PLU will remain on the screen to weigh

    additional items. Place the next item on the platter to print the next label. Touch CLEAR

    when you are finished weighing.

    The By-Weight PLU Edit Screen is shown below. By-Weight PLUs can be priced in three

    ways:

    1. Priced "Per Pound" - Typically weighed items are priced per the pound. The weight

    multiplied by the unit price equals the total price of the product to the customer.

    2. Priced "Per Fraction of a Pound" (fractional) - The item may also be priced by the

    fraction of the pound (where legal and desired). Pricing per 1/4 pound and per 1/2

    pound is available.

    3. "Pounds for" price - The PLU may be sold with pounds-for pricing (rather than

    price per pound). (e.g. 2 pounds for $1.00).

    By Weight PLU Edit Screen

    Notes: Depending on the setting of the function “Print after Motion” and “Print Key

    Always Active” your scale may function differently than described above. If the set up

    function “Print After Motion” is set to NO, you will need to press the PRINT button to print

    a label for each item. When this is set to YES (the factory default setting), the label

    prints automatically after you place the item on the platter.

    If the function “Print Key Always Active” is set to YES, the PRINT key will issue a label

    when pressed. If set to NO, the PRINT key will on print one label per item.

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    PLU Edit Screen

    Standard Pack PLU

    If the PLU is priced as a Standard Pack item, enter the quantity of labels desired (default

    is 1), then touch PRINT to print labels. Touch the screen area to stop printing.

    The Standard Pack PLU allows the operator to use the scale for a labeling operation.

    Generally, the labels indicate the net weight of the item and total price. A Standard Pack

    PLU edit screen is shown below.

    Standard Pack PLU Edit Screen

    By-Count PLU

    If the PLU is priced as a By-Count item, enter the quantity of labels desired (default is

    1), then touch PRINT to print labels. Touch the screen area to stop printing. A By-Count

    PLU edit screen is shown in below.

    By Count PLU Edit Screen

    Manual PLU

    A manual PLU is a PLU that has been programmed at the master for the “Manual”

    pricing mode. This allows a general PLU that can be used for incidental items that do

    not have a permanent PLU record If a manual PLU is selected, a screen will be

    displayed to select the Pricing Mode. Touch the appropriate mode, then touch ENTER.

    The corresponding PLU Edit screen will be displayed, along with a numeric keyboard

    requesting essential data (such as count, prices, etc.). Adjust the fields as necessary,

    then touch PRINT to print a label.

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    Manual Overrides

    PLU fields that are double-boxed in the PLU Edit screen can be changed. Instructions on

    editing fields follow.

    Manual Unit Price

    The Unit Price applies only to By-Weight or By-Count PLUs. Enter the new Unit Price

    through the numeric keyboard. The Total Price will be recalculated using the new Unit

    Price and the current Weight (By-Weight PLUs) or Count (By-Count PLUs) to adjust for

    the change in the Unit Price.

    Manual Count

    The Count applies only to By Count or Standard Pack PLUs. Enter the new Count

    through the numeric keyboard. For By-Count PLUs, the Total Price will be recalculated

    based on the new Count and the current Unit Price. For Standard Pack PLUs, the Net

    Weight and Total Price will be recalculated based on the new Count and the current

    values of the Net Weight and Total Price.

    Manual Total Price

    The Total Price can only be adjusted on By-Count or Standard Pack PLUs. Enter the new

    Total Price through the numeric keyboard. For By-Count PLUs, the Unit Price will

    automatically be recalculated based on the new Total Price and the current Count. For

    Standard Pack PLUs, changing the Total Price does not affect any other values.

    Manual Net Weight

    The Net Weight can only be adjusted on Standard Pack PLUs. Changing the Net Weight

    will not affect any other values.

    Manual Tare

    The Tare Weight only applies to By-Weight PLUs. After emptying the platter, enter the

    value of the tare weight through the Numeric Keyboard or place the empty container on

    the platter and touch the PLATTER TARE key. To clear a tare, touch the CLEAR TARE key.

    The Weight (and, consequently, the Total Price) will be adjusted based on the new Tare

    Weight. Note: If the platter is not empty, the “UNABLE TO CHANGE TARE” message will

    appear after the new value was entered. Empty the platter and try again.

    Manual Shelf Life and

    Use-By Date

    The Numeric keyboard will appear. Enter the new number of days from the current date

    or enter the exact date by typing the numeric month, numeric day, and last two digits of

    the year separated by the "Slash (/)" key.

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    Operator Totals

    Manual Extra Text

    The numeric keyboard will appear with the current extra text number displayed. (Extra

    text is programmed through the Master Editor, see Master Programming Manual.) Enter

    the new extra text number.

    Operator Totals

    Operator Totals allow totals to be recorded for up to 30 operators per department.

    Operators are defined by number and name in the SmartTouch

    ®

    Master or scale server.

    They must then be enabled in Unit Setup -> PLU Options.

    Once Operator Totals have been enabled, when in the PLU prior to printing a label you

    will be prompted to enter your operator number.

    Operator Number Entry

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    Memory Mode

    When enabled, this feature allows the user to accumulate the items purchased by a

    customer. When the sale is complete, an itemized receipt can be printed showing the

    grand total and department bar code.

    Main Screen

    Key in the PLU number and press ENTER. When the PLU Edit screen displays, press the

    MEMORY key to enter the transaction. You can continue to add new transaction to the

    memory.

    Back on the Main screen, when finished with the customer, press the SUBTOTAL key.

    A window will then appear that displays the number of pieces, total price, and four

    options. When “Department” memory is active, you will be asked for an operator

    number when adding to the memory.

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    Memory Mode

    SUBTOTAL Screen and Options

    1. CONTINUE to call up another item for the same customer and enter it into

    memory.

    2. REMOVE ITEM to delete an item from the transaction memory by choosing it

    from a list. (See below)

    3. CANCEL to delete the entire transaction and all items in memory (a

    confirmation prompt will appear).

    4. END/PRINT to end the transaction and print the receipt (a confirmation prompt

    will appear after the receipt prints).

    While in the memory mode, press MEMORY after each item is entered. If a separate

    label is also desired for each item, press PRINT to receive a label and then press

    MEMORY to continue. To prohibit the current item from being added to memory (before

    or after printing a label), press CLEAR. The memory screen will appear with the normal

    choices, but the "cleared" item will not be in the memory.

    Notes:

    • Press the ENTER/MEM key to do a quick transaction with a popup box that

    displays momentarily.

    • When using die-cut labels, the number of items printed is limited to the label

    size in use. Continuous strip labels will allow for a greater number of

    transaction items.

    To remove an item from memory, touch the item to remove it from the transaction list.

    Then touch YES to remove, or NO to cancel.

    Remove Item Screen

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    Totals

    In Prepack Mode, Run Totals can be printed by touching the SUBTOTAL or the GRAND

    TOTAL key. This will issue a label for the packages weighed during this transaction with

    the following possible items (depending on the label format): Item description, PLU

    number, UPC symbol, store address lines, dates, number of packages, weight, and

    dollars. After a Grand Total calculation, the records for the current transaction are

    cleared.

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    Country Of Origin Labeling

    Country Of Origin

    Labeling

    This section describes COOL operation if it is enabled set up properly on your scale. The

    COOL Text is normally programmed into the PLU record and this pre-programmed COOL

    statement will be called up with the PLU record. If allowed, you can over-ride this

    setting, as described in the following sections.

    When COOL Text is enabled, the PLU Edit screen will show the programmed default text

    in a small box at the lower left of the screen. In addition, you may see a “LOT #” key

    shown next to the GRADE key that is used for a tracking number.

    PLU Edit Screen with COOL Text Enabled

    If the COOL Text box has a double line around it, the default text can be over-ridden from

    the PLU Edit screen. If COOL Text is Forced, when you call up a PLU record, you will

    immediately be shown the COOL Text selection screen as shown below.

    COOL Text Selection Screen (Standard Mode)

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    COOL Text Selection Screen (Restricted Mode)

    You can build your own custom statements by using the Custom COOL function.

    Selections will show up on the screen as they are selected. Press the UNDO button to

    erase the last entry. Press the ENTER key to continue, the CANCEL key to quit, or the NO

    COOL Required key for no COOL text.

    Custom COOL Screen

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    Country Of Origin Labeling

    You may be required to select or add a Tracking Number. The tracking number select

    and edit screens are shown below.

    Select or Edit Tracking Number

    Edit Tracking Number Screen

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    Standalone Mode

    DB Editor

    There are limited Quick Edit functions on the standalone. You can change prices, tare,

    Shelf Life, and Use-By dates. To add/remove or modify existing records, an external host

    program must be used, such as Wintelli-Net™ or Intelli-Net™.

    The DB Editor can be protected by a password. If no password is used, anyone can

    access the Quick Change functions.

    To access the EB Editor, touch SETUP then touch DB EDITOR (shown at left). If a password

    has been programmed, enter the password. The DB Editor screen is shown below.

    Standalone DB Editor Screen

    The Quick menu allows changes to individual fields of the PLU record in the Standalone

    Database without the need to step through the complete file for the following fields:

    • Price • Group

    • Nutrifact Number • Action Number

    • Tare • Item Number

    • Shelf Life • Extra Text Number

    • Use by • Grade

    To make QUICK edits, first touch the QUICK menu option. Then select the option you

    wish to edit.

    Quick Menu Options - DB Editor Screen

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    Standalone Mode

    DB Editor

    To configure the standalone, first touch conFig to display the drop down menu. Then

    select the option you wish to configure.

    Configure Menu Options - DB Editor Screen

    The configuration options under the CONFIG key are as follows and explained in detail

    in the following sections:

    PLU Record Defaults Configure Accumulator Names and enable/disable duplicate

    Item Numbers.

    Passwords Set the Master and Department passwords. To clear a

    password, enter a zero.

    Store/Department Info Configure the Store Name and Address (used on reports),

    Department Name and Address (used on labels), Department

    UPC, and Operator Name and Number.

    Department Number Used to select the Current Department (shown at the bottom

    of the screen) for programming and configuration in the

    Master Editor.

    Auto Configure Rate Auto Configurate Rate is the automatic transmission of

    satellite addresses (along with a request for connection

    command) to addresses not yet connected to the network.

    This eliminates the need to enter all of the Unit ID’s manually.

    This value (1 to 5) is the number of seconds between

    network autoconfigure sequences. The default is 5.

    Master Peripherals Configure the master report printer and host serial ports

    Database Diagnostics Used for factory testing only.

    Setup Master Select the weight increment, currency symbol, date format,

    date separator, time format, barcode style, obsolete PLUs,

    and Master Network setup.

    Initialize Ram

    WARNING! This selection clears all records from the

    database.

    This selection must be used to set up new masters

    before programming records or downloading files. This

    selection can also be used to clear the RAM if a corruption is

    suspected in the database. If attempting to salvage records

    due to a corruption, first use Intelli-Net or DataBack to

    backup any usable records, then reload the database after

    initializing.

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    4-20

  • Chapter 5: Maintenance

    Before Performing Maintenance!

    5-1

    5 Maintenance

    Before Performing

    Maintenance!

    First Disconnect power! “Disconnect power” means: “

    Press the O on the Power Switch

    to turn power off (1), then disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet (2).”

    External Cleaning

    WARNING

    DISCONNECT ALL POWER TO THIS UNIT BEFORE INSTALLING, SERVICING,

    CLEANING, OR REMOVING THE FUSE. FAILURE TO DO SO COULD RESULT IN

    BODILY HARM AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. DO NOT SPRAY OR WASH

    DOWN. HAZARD OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR BURN.

    • Disconnect power.

    • Do not use solvents or commercial cleaners on the unit. They may harm the

    surfaces or damage the touchscreen.

    • Do not spray directly on or at the unit

    • Touchscreen - Only

    use a soft clean cloth dampened with mild detergent and water

    to clean the Touchscreen.

    • Covers and Platter – Clean using a soft clean cloth dampened with a mild cleaner

    or detergent and water.

    2. Remove the power cord from

    the AC outlet.

    1. Press OFF on the

    power switch.

  • METTLER TOLEDO Model 8461 User's Guide

    5-2

    Internal Cleaning

    WARNING

    DISCONNECT ALL POWER TO THIS UNIT BEFORE

    REMOVING THE FUSE OR SERVICING.

    Turn power OFF by placing the Power Switch to the

    OFF

    position (press the

    O

    on the

    switch), then disconnect the power cord from the AC outlet. Remove the printer access

    cover.

    DO NOT USE A METAL DEVICE TO REMOVE LABELS FROM COMPONENTS OR

    SEVERE DAMAGE MAY RESULT. DO NOT SCRAPE THE PRINTHEAD WITH ANY OBJECT

    TO REMOVE GLUE OR LABEL DEBRIS.

    To clean the printer, unlock the printhead by lifting the rear of the printhead assembly

    forward and up at the same time. Once the rear of the assembly is unlocked, lift the front

    of the printhead assembly. Refer to Figure 5-1. Remove the paper stock and clean the

    printhead and paper path with a soft clean cloth soaked in isopropyl alcohol, METTLER

    TOLEDO Liquid Cleaner (p\n 12587500A) or equivalent (ISC108-B), or the METTLER

    TOLEDO Cleaning Pen (p/n 082287020).

    Figure 5-1: Unlocking the Printhead Figure 5-2: Locking the Printhead

    To lock the printhead back down into the printing position first lower the front of the

    printhead assembly down onto the platen roller. Once the front of the printhead

    assembly is down on the platen roller then firmly press the rear of the printhead

    assembly down until it snaps into place. Use even pressure across the rear of the

    printhead assembly so that both assemblies snap down. Refer to Figure 5-2.

    Note: Before pressing down the

    printhead, hold the bottom of the

    printer to prevent the scale from

    tipping if the foot clamp is not used.

    Do not use a metal device to remove

    labels from any components. This

    may cause severe damage.

    Do not scrape the printhead with any

    object to remove glue or label debris.

    Platen Roller

    Printhead

    and Stripper

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