Hobart ML-29048, ML-29037, ML-29044, ML-29188, ML-29035 User Manual

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4.3 (3)
Quantum Scale System
Operator Manual
Models
Quantum Scale
Standard ML-29032 Narrow ML-29035 Prepack ML-29037 Linerless ML-29039 TCP/IP ML-29191
Quantum Printer
Standard ML-29044 Narrow ML-29048
Quantum Hanging Scale ML-29188
F–19403B
December 1999
Quantum Scale
Quantum Hanging Scale
Quantum Scale System
Table of Contents
Chapter One: Introduction to This Manual ................................................. 1-1
FCC Note................................................................................................1-2
Verify Correctness of Weight & Price......................................................1-2
Operator Manual Overview.....................................................................1-3
How to Use This Manual.........................................................................1-4
Chapter Two: General Information About the
Quantum Scale System ....................................................................................2-1
General Information................................................................................2-2
Electrical Connections............................................................................2-2
Communication Connections..................................................................2-3
Reset Button...........................................................................................2-3
Control Panel Overview..........................................................................2-4
Screen Highlights ...................................................................................2-6
Mechanical Procedures..........................................................................2-8
Removing the Label Cassette...........................................................2-8
Removing the Empty Label Roll........................................................2-9
Loading Labels..................................................................................2-9
Installing the Label Cassette.............................................................2-13
Removing the Scale Platter...............................................................2-14
Installing the Scale Platter.................................................................2-14
Adjusting the Scale Feet ...................................................................2-15
Adjusting Console Position & Screen Contrast .................................2-16
HELP Key Functions...............................................................................2-17
Help on “F” Keys ...............................................................................2-18
About the Keyboard...........................................................................2-18
Basic Help.........................................................................................2-19
Moving Through the System .............................................................2-20
Chapter Three: Start Up Procedures ............................................................................3-1
Power-up Sequence...............................................................................3-2
Setting Date/Time on Initial Set-Up .......................................................3-4
Checking Date/Time...............................................................................3-5
Changing Date/Time...............................................................................3-5
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Table of Contents Continued....
Chapter Four: Understanding & Using the Start a Run Screen ..........................4-1
Start a Run Screen Overview.................................................................4-2
Verifying Zero Weight............................................................................. 4-3
Rezeroing the Scale...............................................................................4-4
Weigh Types .......................................................................................... 4-5
Totals Types........................................................................................... 4-7
Selecting Weigh and Totals Types.........................................................4-7
Entering Operator ID Numbers............................................................... 4-8
Entering an Operator ID from the Start a Run Screen....................... 4-8
Entering an Operator ID from the Flashkey Screen ..........................4-8
Chapter Five: Entering Product (PLU) Information..................................................5-1
Selecting Flashkeys................................................................................5-2
Typing the PLU Number......................................................................... 5-4
Accessing the On Screen Library...........................................................5-5
Auto Look Up .................................................................................... 5-6
Selecting Miscellaneous PLU’s...............................................................5-7
Miscellaneous By Weight..................................................................5-7
Miscellaneous By Count.................................................................... 5-8
Random Weight PLU’s with Proportional Tare....................................... 5-9
Chapter Six: Weigh Types (Modes of Operation)......................................................6-1
Wait on a Customer Mode......................................................................6-2
Processing Random Weight PLU’s...................................................6-2
Processing By Count, Fluid Ounce & Fixed Weight PLU’s................ 6-3
Voiding a Transaction .......................................................................6-3
PrePackaged Products Mode................................................................. 6-4
Processing Random Weight PLU’s...................................................6-4
Processing Fixed Weight & Fluid Ounce PLU’s ................................ 6-5
Processing By Count PLU’s..............................................................6-5
Print Multiple Labels Mode..................................................................... 6-6
Processing Fixed Weight PLU’s........................................................ 6-6
Processing Random Weight PLU’s...................................................6-6
Production Entry Mode........................................................................... 6-7
Processing Fixed Weight PLU’s Only................................................ 6-7
Processing Random Weight PLU’s...................................................6-8
Processing Fixed Weight and By Count PLU’s ................................. 6-8
Accumulate Items Mode......................................................................... 6-9
Processing Random Weight PLU’s...................................................6-11
Processing Fixed Weight & Fluid Ounce PLU’s ................................ 6-11
Verify Fixed Weight Mode ...................................................................... 6-12
Processing Fixed Weight PLU’s........................................................ 6-12
Processing Random Weight and By Count PLU’s.............................6-12
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Table of Contents Continued....
Forced Price............................................................................................6-13
Random Weight PLU’s.......................................................................6-13
Random Weight - By Count PLU’s.....................................................6-14
Fixed Weight PLU’s...........................................................................6-15
Forced Tare.............................................................................................6-16
Forced By Count.....................................................................................6-17
Platter Tare .............................................................................................6-17
Chapter Seven: Temporary Override of Product Information..............................7-1
Overview.................................................................................................7-2
By Random Weight.................................................................................7-4
Changing the Label Type or Graphic.................................................7-5
By Count.................................................................................................7-6
By Fixed Weight......................................................................................7-7
By Fluid Ounce........................................................................................7-8
Steps to Temporarily Override Product Information................................7-9
Chapter Eight: Cleaning Instructions...........................................................................8-1
Cleaning the Exterior of Scale.................................................................8-2
Cleaning the Printhead............................................................................8-2
Chapter Nine: Troubleshooting ......................................................................................9-1
Appendix..................................................................................................................................A-1
Creating Macros (Using the Save/Recall Key)........................................A-2
Recording a Macro ............................................................................A-2
Executing a Macro.............................................................................A-3
Deleting a Macro................................................................................A-4
Proportional Tare (Percentage Tare) ......................................................A-5
Percentage Tare Procedure ..............................................................A-5
How the Percentage Tare Value is Calculated ..................................A-6
Working with Labels................................................................................A-7
Label Stock Styles.............................................................................A-8
Selecting Label Types (Formats).......................................................A-10
Graphics..................................................................................................A-52
Glossary...................................................................................................................................G-1
Index..........................................................................................................................................I-1
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Chapter One: Introduction to This Manual

FCC NoteVerify Correctness of Weight & PriceOperator Manual OverviewHow to Use This Manual
Quick Start
For information on quickly processing a transaction, refer to
Chapter Six : Weigh Types (Modes of Operation) . This chapter gives you
step-by-step instructions for processing a transaction and printing
a label for all six modes of operation.
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SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
FCC Note
Verify Correctness of Weight & Price
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the 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.
Verification of information on labels should be made routinely. Check the multiplication of price-per-pound times weight, and check the indicated weight against printed weight. Weigh the same package several times to verify consistency. Bear in mind that some packages which weigh near the middle of the .01 lb. increment will normally vary up or down by .01 lb. Greater variation than .01 lb. indicates a need for adjustment of the system. In such cases, or whenever necessary, contact your authorized Hobart service representative.
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Operator Manual Overview
This manual will use the following methods to explain keystrokes and data entry procedures:
The word PRESS means to press a key on the Control
Panel.
The word TYPE means to press a series of keys on the
Control Panel and press [ENTER].
The word SELECT means to choose an item from the
display, using the Function Keys or Flashkeys.
The word ENTER means to press the [ENTER] key on
the Control Panel.
Words in uppercase enclosed in brackets (for example
[ENTER]) represent specific keys.
The following special instructions are used in the manual:
Note
A note is information that you need to know, but it is not an actual step in the procedures.
Tip
A tip is additional information that may be useful when you are using the scale system.
Look At This
Look At This is information to alert you that you may be doing something that will permanently alter your scale system.
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How to Use This Manual
Refer to the following sections for information about using the Quantum Scale System.
Chapter Two: General Information provides you basic
information about the Quantum’s features including:
* Standard Features * Communications Connections * Reset Button * Control Panel Overview * Screen Highlights * Mechanical Procedures * HELP Key Functions
Chapter Three: Start Up Procedures provides you an
overview of the Power-up Sequence and how to set, check or change Date/Time.
Chapter Four: Understanding and Using the Start a Run
Screen provides you an overview of the screen, verifying
zero weight, identifying, understanding and selecting Weigh and Totals Types, and entering Operator ID’s.
Chapter Five: Entering PLU Information describes how to
enter PLU data (i.e., through Flashkeys, typing the PLU number or pressing the HELP Key to use the On Screen Library).
Chapter Six: Weigh Types details how to perform a
transaction within each mode of operation (i.e., Wait on a Customer, PrePackaged Products, etc.)
Chapter Seven: Temporary Override of Product Information
gives you the details of how to temporarily change product information for a specified Weigh Type.
Chapter Eight: Cleaning Instructions gives you
procedures for cleaning the exterior of the scale and the printhead.
Chapter Nine: Troubleshooting provides you operating
tips to assist you with unexpected scale problems.
The Appendix provides you additional information on
the following:
* Creating Macros (Using the Save/Recall Key) * Percentage Tare (Proportional Tare) * Label Types * Graphics * Glossary of Commonly Used Terms
The Index provides you a listing of the topics in this
manual and their corresponding page numbers.
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Chapter Two: General Information About
the Quantum
General InformationElectrical ConnectionsCommunication ConnectionsReset ButtonControl Panel OverviewScreen HighlightsMechanical Procedures
Removing the Label Cassette
Removing the Empty Roll
Loading Labels
Installing the Label Cassette
Removing the Scale Platter
Installing the Scale Platter
Adjusting Scale Feet
Adjusting Console Position
Adjusting Screen Contrast
HELP Key Functions
Help on “F” Keys
About the Keyboard
Basic Help
Moving Through the System
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General Information
The Quantum Scale System is perfect for your over-the­counter weighing applications. This state-of-the-art weighing system can handle a broad variety of products for deli, bakery, produce, fish and cheese departments. It can also function in a Prepack Scale mode when necessary.
With 512K memory, the system can store information on thousands of products; including NutriFacts which allows you to meet labeling law requirements and Expanded Text for Recipes and Cooking Instructions.
A new feature with the Quantum is Flashkeys which allow easy access to product information. A maximum of 16 Flashkeys can be displayed on a screen at one time. Multiple screens can be programmed to mirror your product case. When an item is called up from memory, the product information can be reviewed or changed before weighing or label printing. This allows quicker and easier service to your customers.
Another new feature is the On Screen Library which provides you with the ability to locate the PLU information using the Class Structure. A detailed description of this feature is found later in this manual.
Electrical Connections
The Quantum Scale System should be installed or moved only by qualified Hobart-trained service technicians. It can operate in a temperature range from 32
o
(0
C to 40o C).
o
F to 104oF
The Power Cord receptacle is located on the bottom side of the Quantum base. The power cord is connected to 120V., 60 Hz., Single (1) Phase electrical power. Once the Quantum is plugged in, the system is ready to begin the Power-up Sequence.
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Communication Connections
In addition to the Power Cord, there are up to four (4) additional ports.
On the left side of the scale, there are several ports for peripherals such as:
Disk Player/Recorder and Cassette Recorder (RS232)IBM PC Keyboard (Keyboard)Floppy Disk Drive or Secondary Printer (MODNET)Future Expansion (i.e., parallel port for Report Printer)
Reset Button
Also located on the left side of the scale is the Reset Button. In the unlikely event the scale stops responding to keyboard input, you will use the Reset Button to reset the scale back to
the Start a Run Screen.
To reset the scale, you must:
1. Hold in the Reset Button (small black button) for 2 - 3
seconds. (See Photo above for Reset Button location.)
Note
The POWER key on the front of the Control Panel turns the displays (both operator and customer) ON and OFF. It is
only functional from the Start a Run Screen. This key should
be used at the end of the day to conserve power.
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Control Panel Overview
Key/Highlight Function
POWER Turns the screen and the keyboard ON/OFF.
“F” Keys (F1-F8)
Numeric Keypad Allows you to enter numeric data.
BACKSPACE
CLEAR Allows you to reset a numeric field to zero. This key is not active in a text field.
ESC (Escape) Allows you to return to the previous screen. Pressing [ESC] will save any
PRINT Allows you to print a label or report.
ENTER Allows the scale to accept the selected data and move to the next field. It also
PREV (Previous) Moves you back one screen.
NEXT Moves you to the next screen.
ARROW KEYS
Allows you to make selections from the menu screens or select a row of Flashkeys.
Allows you to remove the highlighted character or the character to the left of the cursor.
changes you make on a screen.
may advance the cursor to the next screen.
Allows you to move the cursor from field-to-field (UP and DOWN Arrow Keys) or from character-to-character (LEFT and RIGHT Arrow Keys) in a field.
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Key/Highlight Function
Alpha Characters
SPECIAL CHARS.
CHANGE CASE Allows you to switch between Upper or Lower Case. You must press Change
RETURN Advances the cursor to the next field or inserts an End-of-Line in a text field.
SPACE Allows you to type (add) a space between words or characters.
“S” Keys (S1-S4) Allows you to select the column when selecting a Flashkey.
SAVE/RECALL Press this key to have the scale remember a series of keystrokes which can be
SUPER MENU ON/OFF
REZERO
HELP
CONTRAST
Allows you to enter upper case or lower case alpha characters while in a text field.
Press this key to type a special character (found in the upper left corner of each alpha-key). You must press Special Chars. for each Special Character.
Case each time you want to change the case in a text field.
recalled later by pressing a Flashkey or by entering a reference number (Macro ID).
Allows you to access the Supervisor Menu from the Start a Run Screen or from
any other screen in the Supervisor Mode.
Allows you to set the scale to 0.00 pounds from the Start a Run or Run Screen. Allows you to access the Help Screens. From the Run Screen in the Operate
Mode, it allows you to access the On Screen Library and select a PLU.
Allows you to adjust the lightness and darkness of the screen image based on the viewing angle.
Cursor Highlights text or the position where you will enter data.
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Screen Highlights
The Quantum Scale System has several common screen characteristics that assists you in interacting with the scale. We refer to these as “Screen Highlights.” The highlights act the same regardless of your screen location.
Highlight Description
Active Field
Bar Cursor
Block Cursor
Changeable Fields
Grayed Fields
A box surrounding text or numeric fields indicates that this field is the active field. If you begin typing from the keyboard or control panel, the data will be entered into this field.
A bar cursor () indicates that the
field is a text field.
A block cursor () indicates that the
field is a numeric field.
If a field has a dotted line (.............)
under it, this means that the field is able to be changed or edited.
If a field or selection is grayed, it means that it is not available for that particular screen or transaction.
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Screen Highlights
Highlight Description
Prompt Line
The Prompt Line is white text, reversed out of a black box. It is typically located at the bottom portion of the screen. It prompts you on what your next step should be. Depending on your scale’s configuration, it may be black text reversed out of a white box.
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Control Panel
Screen Title
Highlight Description
ESC (Escape)
The Screen Title identifies the screen name and function that you are attempting to complete.
This key on the Control Panel is used to move you back a level (i.e., one screen).
“F” Keys
Left/Right Arrow Keys
“S” Keys
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These keys are located to the right of the display screen and are used to make menu selections.
Pressing either of these keys moves you within an active field allowing you to move the cursor back one character at a time.
These keys are located below the display screen and are used to make selections of operators, products and macros.
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Mechanical Procedures
Removing the Label Cassette
This section explains how to:
Remove the Label CassetteRemove Empty Label RollLoad LabelsInstall the Label CassetteRemove the Scale PlatterInstall the Scale PlatterAdjust the Scale FeetAdjust the Console PositionAdjust the Screen Contrast
Note
In order to print different label stock types (Narrow, Wide or Linerless), the Quantum will use different Label Cassettes. This allows you to rapidly change the label stock by simply ejecting one label cassette and replacing it with another one.
To remove the Label Cassette:
1. Press down on the black Label Cassette Eject Button.
The Label Cassette will partially eject (@ 1 - 2”).
2. Grasp the Label Cassette and slide it out the front.
Step 1 Step 2
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Removing the Empty Roll
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To remove the backing paper of an empty label roll:
1. Remove the Label Cassette by pressing down on the
black Label Cassette Eject Button. The Label Cassette will partially eject (@ 1 - 2”).
2. Slide the Label Cassette out the front.
3. Lift up on the metal “L-shaped” piece (called the Take-
Up Key) to remove any remaining labels and the backing paper from the label roll.
4. Remove the label roll and dispose.
Step 3 Step 4
Loading Labels
There are several different ways to load labels into the Quantum, depending on your mode of operation, label stock and printing needs.
You can:
Load narrow or standard Die-Cut Labels for single or
multiple transactions
Stream Die-Cut Labels for Bakery Printer ApplicationsLoad Continuous Label StockLoad Listing PaperLoad Linerless Label Stock
The following paragraphs describe how to load the label stock for your desired method of operation.
Note
If you want to change label stock, contact your local Hobart Service Office to make the necessary adjustments.
Your Hobart Representative can create custom labels to accommodate your unique merchandising needs.
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Loading Standard or Narrow Die-Cut Labels
To load die-cut labels into the scale:
1. Remove the labels from the first ten (10) inches of the
label roll.
2. Place the roll of labels on the Hub in the Label Cassette.
3. Thread the Leader between the Peel Bar and the Cassette
Housing.
4. Wrap the Leader around the Take-Up Spool.
5. Slide the Take-Up Key onto the Take-Up Spool, making
sure that it is on the outside of the leader.
6. Turn the Take-Up Spool counterclockwise to remove
any slack in the label stock liner.
7. Replace the Label Cassette.
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Streaming Die-Cut Labels (Bakery Printer Applications)
In most bakery printer applications, the process of printing multiple labels can be speeded up by arranging the labels to print in the Streaming Mode. This simply means that you arrange the Label Roll so that it prints a label and then “spits” it out the front of the scale with the backing paper still attached. You might use it for example, when you need to print 100 labels for bread. All the operator has to do after the labels print is remove the label from the backing paper and apply it to the package.
If you don’t set up the scale to print in the streaming mode, the scale would either print labels one at a time and wait for the operator to remove it or it would just start printing labels without waiting for the operator to remove the previous one before printing the next. As you might have guessed, this can be quite a mess to correct.
To set-up the Quantum to print in the Streaming Mode:
1. Place the roll of labels on the Hub in the Label Cassette.
2. Thread the Leader so that the Labels come out the front
of the Label Cassette.
3. Replace the Label Cassette.
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Loading Continuous Label Stock
To load Continuous Label Stock:
1. Peel the label stock from the first ten (10) inches of the
label roll, tear it off and discard.
2. Place the roll of labels on the Hub in the Label Cassette.
3. Thread the Leader between the Peel Bar and the Cassette
Housing.
4. Wrap the Leader around the Take-Up Spool.
5. Slide the Take-Up Key onto the Take-Up Spool, making
sure that it is on the outside of the leader.
6. Turn the Take-Up Spool counterclockwise to remove
any slack in the label stock liner.
7. Replace the Label Cassette.
Loading Listing Paper Stock
Loading Linerless Labels
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To load Listing Paper:
1. Place the roll of Listing Paper on the Hub in the Label
Cassette.
2. Thread the Listing Paper so that it comes out the front of
the Label Cassette.
3. Replace the Label Cassette.
To load Linerless Labels:
1. Place the roll of Linerless Labels on the Hub in the Label
Cassette.
2. Thread the Linerless Labels so that it comes out the front
of the Label Cassette.
3. Replace the Label Cassette.
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Installing the Label Cassette
To install the Label Cassettes:
1. Line the Guide Rail on the Label Cassette with the Track
on the base of the scale.
2. Slide the Label Cassette into the Printer Area. The
motion should be similar to closing a cash register drawer.
3. There will be a slight resistance the last 1 - 2” of travel as
the mechanism engages.
4. Press it firmly until you hear the cassette latch lock into
place.
Note
One or two blank labels will be discharged as the system determines the size of labels in use. Remove and discard these labels.
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Removing the Scale Platter
Installing the Scale Platter
To remove the Scale Platter:
1. Lift up on the front lip of the platter.
2. Pull it straight up to remove.
To install the Scale Platter:
1. Locate the Platter Locating Studs on the bottom of the
platter.
2. Rotate the platter in your hands until the Platter
Locating Studs are positioned in the upper right-hand and lower left-hand corners.
3. Line up the Studs with the hole in the center of the
Rubber Platter Mounts on the sub-platter.
4. Gently press the platter into place to make sure that it
seats.
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Adjusting the Scale Feet
There are four (4) Scale Feet located underneath the scale system. You may need to adjust these feet slightly in the event the scale isn’t sitting on the table/case properly. Proper adjustment of these feet, helps you maintain the proper scale balance.
To check scale balance:
1. Remove the Scale Platter.
2. Locate the Level on the Scale Sub-Platter. It can be seen
through a hole in the scale main housing.
3. Adjust the feet until the “bubble” is in the middle of the
level.
To increase the length of the scale feet:
1. Rotate the feet in the counterclockwise direction.
2. Rotate the lock nut until it is firmly against the scale base
housing to lock the adjustment into place.
To decrease the length of the scale feet:
1. Rotate the feet in the clockwise direction.
2. Rotate the lock nut until it is firmly against the scale base
housing to lock the adjustment into place.
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Adjusting Console Position and Screen Contrast
Console Position
The Quantum is designed so that you can place the scale anywhere in your operation and adjust the screen for best visibility. This adjustment is done by two (2) means:
Changing the Console PositionChanging the Screen Contrast (Viewing Angle)
The Console can be pivoted among seven (7) different positions. To adjust the console position:
1. PRESS the two (2) Console Adjustment Buttons located
on each side of the Console.
2. Pivot the Console to the desired position for best
viewing.
3. Release the Console Adjustment Buttons to lock it into
place.
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Screen Contrast
Once you have positioned the Console, you may need to adjust/set the Screen Contrast. This ensures that you can see the screen details at the adjusted console position.
To change the screen contrast:
1. PRESS [CONTRAST ] to lighten the screen display
-- OR-- PRESS [CONTRAST ] to darken the screen
display.
HELP Key Functions
The Quantum is equipped with context sensitive Help Screens to assist you in quick, efficient scale operation. The HELP Function has four (4) levels of assistance.
Help of “F” KeysAbout the KeyboardBasic HelpMoving Through the System
Note
In addition to assisting you with scale operation, you will also press HELP to access the On Screen Library. Refer to the “On Screen Library” section later in this manual for a complete explanation of this function.
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(F1) Help on “F” Keys
By pressing [F1] on the Help Screen, you get an explanation
of the functions that can be performed when you select the various “F” Keys available for the current function (i.e., the function for which you pressed HELP).
Example: From the Start a Run Screen:
1. PRESS [HELP].
2. PRESS [F1] to select Help on “F” Keys. You get an
explanation of Date/Time, the only “F” Key available on that screen.
(F2) About the Keyboard
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By pressing [F2] to select “About the Keyboard,” you get a detailed explanation of the following keys:
ENTERESCAPEARROW KEYSBACKSPACECLEARPOWERPRINT
NEXTPREV (Previous)REZEROSAVE/RECALLFLASHKEYSSUPER MENU ON/OFF
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(F3) Basic Help
When you press [HELP], the default automatically sends you to the Basic Help Screen(s) for the selected function or field. As you might suspect, Basic Help gives you a brief description of the function or selected field, including notes to help you process the transaction better. From any other HELP selection, PRESS [F3] to access Basic Help.
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(F4) Moving Through the System
Moving Through the System is found by pressing [F4] while in the HELP mode. When you select [F4], you get an explanation of how to:
Return to the Previous ScreenExecute a Forced Operator Log-onAccess the Supervisor Menu
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