Hobart WC30, WP30, ML-029228, ML-029229 User Manual

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World Scale
User Manual
WC30 Price Computing
WP30 Portion Control
TROY, OHIO 45374-0001
Models
701 S. RIDGE AVENUE
937-332-3000
www.hobartcorp.com
ML-029228
ML-029229
FORM 34733 (June 2002)
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Table of Contents

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................. 1-1
W
ELCOME
FCC N V
ERIFY CORRECTNESS OF WEIGHT
L
EGAL FOR TRADE NOTICE
H
OW TO USE THIS MANUAL
...................................................................................................................................................... 1-2
.................................................................................................................................................... 1-4
OTE
& P
................................................................................................... 1-4
RICE
............................................................................................................................. 1-4
............................................................................................................................ 1-5
Online Viewing ......................................................................................................................................... 1-5
Keystrokes and Data Entry Procedures................................................................................................... 1-5
Quick Steps .............................................................................................................................................. 1-6
World Scale Manual Overview................................................................................................................. 1-6
Special Instructions .................................................................................................................................. 1-7
CHAPTER TWO: GETTING STARTED........................................................................................................... 2-1
U
NDERSTANDING THE WORLD SCALE
.............................................................................................................. 2-2
Features ................................................................................................................................................... 2-2
Power Source....................................................................................................................................... 2-2
PLU Options......................................................................................................................................... 2-2
Capacity ............................................................................................................................................... 2-2
The Console............................................................................................................................................. 2-3
The Level Indicator............................................................................................................................... 2-3
The Operator Display ........................................................................................................................... 2-3
The Status Display ............................................................................................................................... 2-3
The Keypad.......................................................................................................................................... 2-4
M
ECHANICAL PROCEDURES
............................................................................................................................ 2-6
Short PRESS/Long PRESS (Beeps) ....................................................................................................... 2-6
Sleep/Wake Modes .................................................................................................................................. 2-6
I
NSTALLATION AND SETUP
............................................................................................................................... 2-7
Setting Up the Scale ................................................................................................................................ 2-7
Guidelines ............................................................................................................................................ 2-7
Leveling the Scale................................................................................................................................ 2-8
Electrical Connections.............................................................................................................................. 2-8
Installing the Battery Pack.................................................................................................................... 2-9
Zero Weight............................................................................................................................................ 2-10
Rezeroing the Scale........................................................................................................................... 2-10
CHAPTER THREE: USING THE WORLD SCALE.......................................................................................... 3-1
P
ORTION CONTROL SCALE
WP30................................................................................................................... 3-2
Basic Weighing (WP30) ........................................................................................................................... 3-2
Using Tare (WP30) .................................................................................................................................. 3-3
Platter Tare (WP30) ............................................................................................................................. 3-3
Cumulative Tare (WP30)...................................................................................................................... 3-4
Cancelling a Tare (WP30).................................................................................................................... 3-4
P
RICE COMPUTING SCALE
WC30 ................................................................................................................... 3-5
Basic Weighing (WC30) ........................................................................................................................... 3-5
Using Prices (WC30)................................................................................................................................ 3-6
Weighing With a Unit Price (WC30)..................................................................................................... 3-6
Retaining a Unit Price (WC30) ............................................................................................................. 3-6
Cancelling a Unit Price (WC30) ........................................................................................................... 3-7
Using Tare (WC30) .................................................................................................................................. 3-8
Platter Tare (WC30) ............................................................................................................................. 3-8
Cumulative Tare (WC30) ..................................................................................................................... 3-9
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Retaining a Tare (WC30)....................................................................................................................3-10
Cancelling a Retained Tare (WC30)...................................................................................................3-11
Keypad-Entered Tare (WC30)............................................................................................................3-12
Using the Add and Multiplier Keys (WC30) ............................................................................................3-13
Adding Items (WC30) .........................................................................................................................3-13
Multiplying By Count Items (WC30)....................................................................................................3-14
Cancelling a Total Price (WC30) ........................................................................................................3-15
Programming PLU Speedkeys in Operator Mode (WC30).....................................................................3-16
Assigning a PLU Speedkey (1-7) for a Random Weight Product (WC30) ......................................... 3-16
Assigning a PLU Speedkey (1-7) for a By Count Product (WC30) ....................................................3-17
Using the PLU Speedkeys (1-7) (WC30)................................................................................................3-18
Using PLU Speedkeys 1-7 for Random Weight Items (WC30)..........................................................3-18
Using PLU Speedkeys 1-7 for By Count Items (WC30) .....................................................................3-19
Using PLUs 8-30 (WC30) .......................................................................................................................3-20
Using the Half- and Quarter-Pound Keys (X2/X4) (WC30) ....................................................................3-21
CHAPTER FOUR: SUPERVISOR MODE........................................................................................................4-1
U
NDERSTANDING SUPERVISOR MODE
E
NTERING AND EXITING SUPERVISOR MODE
..............................................................................................................4-2
....................................................................................................4-3
Entering Supervisor Mode (WP30)...........................................................................................................4-3
Exiting Supervisor Mode (WP30) .............................................................................................................4-3
Entering Supervisor Mode (WC30)...........................................................................................................4-4
Exiting Supervisor Mode (WC30) .............................................................................................................4-4
N
AVIGATING SUPERVISOR MODE
.....................................................................................................................4-5
Function Keys ...........................................................................................................................................4-5
Function Codes.........................................................................................................................................4-6
Example of Navigating Supervisor Mode .................................................................................................4-7
Turn the Keyboard Beeper Off .............................................................................................................4-7
Changing the Duration of a Long PRESS…………………………………………………………………..4-8
Programming a PLU ....……………………………………………………………………………………….4-9
CHAPTER FIVE: MAINTAINING YOUR WORLD SCALE...............................................................................5-1
C
LEANING
T
ROUBLESHOOTING
& S
ANITIZING
..................................................................................................................................5-2
........................................................................................................................................5-3
Error Codes ..............................................................................................................................................5-3
Error Messages ........................................................................................................................................5-4
Possible System Problems.......................................................................................................................5-4
GLOSSARY ..................................................................................................................................................... G-1
INDEX................................................................................................................................................................I-1
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Chapter One: Introduction

WELCOME....................................................................................................................................................... 1-2
FCC NOTE ....................................................................................................................................................... 1-4
VERIFY CORRECTNESS OF WEIGHT & PRICE .......................................................................................... 1-4
LEGAL FOR TRADE NOTICE ......................................................................................................................... 1-4
HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL......................................................................................................................... 1-5
O
NLINE VIEWING
K
EYSTROKES AND DATA ENTRY PROCEDURES
Q
UICK STEPS
W
ORLD SCALE MANUAL OVERVIEW
S
PECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
............................................................................................................................................ 1-5
................................................................................................................................................. 1-6
................................................................................................................. 1-6
.................................................................................................................................. 1-7
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SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Introduction

Welcome

This manual covers two World Scale models:
The following topics are covered in this chapter:
Welcome
FCC Note
Verify Correctness of Weight & Price
Legal for Trade Notice
How to Use This Manual
Welcome to Hobart’s World Scale Series, a truly portable counter scale with a wide range of capabilities:
Stylish, compact and tough
Remarkably affordable
Simple touch key operation
Wipe clean keypad with audible “beep”
Fully automatic zero correction
Stainless steel weighing platter
Very fast response to weight changes
Resolutions up to 30 lb
30 PLU options (WC30 only)
Powered by six D-cell batteries
Batteries provide up to 800 hours of continuous power
LCD display
WP30 Portion Control Scale WC30 Price Computing Scale
Where the scales differ in procedures, keystrokes, etc., the information for each scale will be separately identified.
If the information is identical for both scales, it will only be stated one time.
Introduction 1-2
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WP30 Portion Control Scale
The WP30 Portion Control Scale is a free-standing scale for general weighing applications, such as portion control.
WC30 Price Computing Scale
The WC30 Price Computing Scale is a free-standing scale for price totaling of weighed and non-weighed products, from candies to premium delicatessen products.
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FCC Note

Verify Correctness of Weight & Price

Legal for Trade Notice

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.
Check the multiplication of price-per-pound times weight, and check the displayed weight. Weigh the same package several times to verify consistency. Keep in mind that some packages which weigh near the middle of the 0.01-lb increment will normally vary up or down by 0.01-lb. Greater variation than 0.01-lb indicates a need for adjustment of the system. In such cases, or whenever necessary, contact your authorized Hobart Service Representative.
The WP30 and WC30 have been tested by the National Conference of Weights and Measures (NCWM) National Type Evaluation Program (NTEP) and found to comply with the applicable requirements as published in National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Handbook 44. NTEP certificate 02-071 details the evaluation. In addition, each scale used for commercial weighing may require local certification, licensing or approval. Please contact your local Weights and Measures authority to determine if your new scale requires additional certification or licensing. For more information, contact the NCWM at www.ncwm.net or the NIST Office of Weights and Measures at 301-975-4004.
Introduction 1-4

How to Use This Manual

Online Viewing
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Hobart uses specific formats to make it easier for you to identify key selections throughout the manuals. These formats are described in the following topics:
Online Viewing
Keystrokes and Data Entry Procedures
Quick Steps
World Scale Manual Overview
Special Instructions
If you are viewing this manual online, you have the advantage of using the cross-referencing feature that has been built into the document. All Table of Contents page numbers and certain italicized text have been made into cross-references.
For example, the text may say: Refer to the topic, Online Viewing for further information.
If you move your mouse directly over the page number or text and your mouse cursor changes to a pointing hand, then this is a cross­reference. If you click on this text, you will be taken to that point in the document.
You can then use the back arrow on the top of your screen to take you back to your starting point.
Keystrokes and Data Entry
This manual will use the following methods to explain keystrokes and data entry procedures:
Procedures
The word PRESS means to press a key on the Control Panel.
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A Short PRESS means to press a key and release quickly. You will hear one beep.
A Long PRESS means to press a key and hold it long enough to hear a second beep.
The word TYPE means to Short PRESS one or more keys on
the Control Panel (WC30 only).
Words in uppercase enclosed in brackets (for example
[SAVE]) represent specific keys.
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Quick Steps
QUICK STEPS - [Procedure Name]
1. PRESS [SAVE]
2. TYPE a PLU…..
Quick Steps are a handy reference once you have become familiar with the World Scale and just need a “refresher” on how to perform a procedure.
They will be in a gray box like the one to the left and will be a condensed version of the detailed steps. When you need to find a procedure quickly, look in the Index you want.
under Quick Steps for the one
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Refer to the following chapters for information about the World Scale.
Chapter Two: Getting Started
World Scale, including mechanical functions and gives you the steps to set up your World Scale, including electrical specifications.
Chapter Three: Using the World Scale
and functions available for scale operation.
Chapter Four: Supervisor Mode
Supervisor mode and make changes to your World Scale configuration.
Chapter Five: Maintenance
and maintain your scale. It also identifies actions and solutions for common mistakes and problems.
The Glossary
used throughout the manual.
The Index
manual and their corresponding page numbers.
provides definitions of some common terms
provides an alphabetical listing of the topics in this
explains the features of the
details the procedures
explains how to navigate
describes how to properly clean
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Special Instructions
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This Hobart manual uses Special Instructions to call your attention to certain information that you need to know.
The following Special Instructions are used in the manual:
A Note is information that you need to know, but it is not an actual
A Tip is additional information that may be useful when you are
Note
step in the procedures.
Tip
using the system.
Look At This
Look At This is information to alert you that you may be doing something that will permanently alter your system.
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Chapter Two: Getting Started

UNDERSTANDING THE WORLD SCALE ...................................................................................................... 2-2
F
EATURES
Power Source........................................................................................................................................... 2-2
PLU Options............................................................................................................................................. 2-2
Capacity ................................................................................................................................................... 2-2
T
HE CONSOLE
The Level Indicator................................................................................................................................... 2-3
The Operator Display ............................................................................................................................... 2-3
The Status Display ................................................................................................................................... 2-3
The Keypad.............................................................................................................................................. 2-4
MECHANICAL PROCEDURES ....................................................................................................................... 2-6
S
HORT
S
LEEP/WAKE MODES
INSTALLATION AND SETUP.......................................................................................................................... 2-7
S
ETTING UP THE SCALE
Guidelines ................................................................................................................................................ 2-7
Leveling the Scale.................................................................................................................................... 2-8
E
LECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Installing the Battery Pack........................................................................................................................ 2-9
Z
ERO WEIGHT
Rezeroing the Scale............................................................................................................................... 2-10
...................................................................................................................................................... 2-2
................................................................................................................................................ 2-3
PRESS/L
.............................................................................................................................................. 2-10
PRESS (B
ONG
..................................................................................................................................... 2-6
.................................................................................................................................. 2-7
............................................................................................................................ 2-8
) ......................................................................................................... 2-6
EEPS
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Getting Started

Understanding the World Scale

Features
Power Source
PLU Options
Capacity
The following topics are covered in this chapter:
Understanding the World Scale Mechanical Procedures Installation and Setup
The following topics are explained:
Features The Console
The World Scale is a durable, compact weighing device. Two digital displays show the Weight, Unit Price and Total Price to the Operator and Customer at the same time. The scale can calculate the value of either By Weight or By Count items and can accumulate the Total Price for multiple items.
The following features are explained below:
Power Source PLU Options Capacity
Powered by six D-cell batteries, the World Scale gives you the power to use your scale in most trading situations.
The World Scale (WC30 only) offers 30 PLUs as standard – including seven SpeedKeys which may be used with a “quick-set” feature for top-selling items. These seven Speedkeys may be user­defined. All 30 PLUs may be password-protected if set up in Supervisor mode.
The World Scale comes configured from the factory as a 30-lb x 0.005 resolution scale. For other capacities and resolutions that can be configured, contact your local Hobart Representative.
Getting Started 2-2
The Console
The Level Indicator
The Operator Display
The Status Display
The Console consists of:
The Level Indicator The Operator Display The Status Display The Keypad
On the left side of the Console is a Level Indicator. When the bubble inside is directly in the center of the circle, the scale is level. Refer to Leveling the Scale in this chapter.
The Operator Display Screen is where you will see the results of the action
WC30
you have performed with the scale. For example, if you have placed a product on the scale, the weight will be shown.
The Status Display Screen appears when you PRESS the Display Test key. This screen is where you confirm the display is actually working correctly.
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The Keypad
WC30 Price Computing Scale Keypad
Refer to the Table of Key Names and Descriptions on the following page for descriptions of the keys shown below.
Be sure to refer to your scale’s Keypad:
WC30 Price Computing Scale Keypad WP30 Portion Control Scale Keypad
WP30 Portion Control Scale Keypad
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Table of Key Names and Descriptions
The table below corresponds to the Keypad layouts on the previous page. Refer to the WC30 Price Computing Scale Keypad and WP30 Portion Control Scale Keypad for identification.
Wherever the Keypad Symbol is different, the WC30 is shown first.
WC30 WP30 Key Name Keypad Symbol Function
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Yes Yes Display Test
Yes Yes Zero
Yes Yes Tare
Yes No Quarter Pound [X4] Enables you to calculate prices by the quarter pound.
Yes No Half Pound [X2] Enables you to calculate prices by the half pound.
Yes No Numeric Keypad Enables you to enter numeric data.
Yes Yes Clear [C] Enables you to clear an entry:
Yes No PLU (blue) [PLU] Enables you to assign a Unit Price to a PLU.
Yes No PLU 1 - 7
(white)
[ZERO] or [→0←]
[TARE] or [→T←]
[PLU1], [PLU2],etc. Enables you to store the Unit Price assigned above.
Enables you to test the display to check if parts of the LCD are working correctly. Also enables you to communicate with the World Scale.
Enables you to Rezero the scale.
Enables you to enter Tare information.
To clear the last number entered, Short PRESS the [C] key.
To clear the entire entry, Long PRESS the [C] key.
Yes No Save SAVE Enables you to retain or remove prices or tares.
Yes No Add ADD Enables you to accumulate a total.
Yes Yes Right Arrow [] Enables you to go to the next branch in Supervisor
mode.
Yes Yes Left Arrow [] Enables you to go to the previous branch in
Supervisor mode.
Yes Yes Up Arrow [] Enables you to increment a value in Supervisor
mode.
Yes No Multiplier [X] Enables you to multiply By Count items of the same
price (i.e., four candy bars at $1.49 a piece).
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Mechanical Procedures

Short PRESS/Long PRESS (Beeps)
Short PRESS = PRESS and release. You
Long PRESS = PRESS and hold until you
Sleep/Wake Modes
You will need to familiarize yourself with the following Mechanical Procedures in your World Scale:
Short PRESS/Long PRESS (Beeps) Sleep/Wake Modes
The World Scale requires two types of touch when pressing certain keys on the Console:
will hear one beep.
hear a second beep.
Use Sleep mode when the scale will be inactive for an extended period of time. This conserves the life of the batteries.
If you have a Tare in the scale’s memory and the scale goes into
QUICK STEPS - Sleep/Wake Modes
Sleep mode:
1. Long PRESS Display Test key
2. SLEEP displays on screen
Wake mode:
1. Short PRESS Display Test key
2. Status Display Screen appears
3. Operator Display Screen appears
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Note
Sleep mode, the Tare will be lost. You have the ability to change the duration of the sleep timeout in Chapter Four: Supervisor
Mode.
To select Sleep mode:
1. Long PRESS the Display Test key.
2. The word SLEEP will display on the screen.
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To select Wake mode:
1. Short PRESS the Display Test key.
2. The Status Display Screen will appear.
3. The Operator Display Screen will appear, showing all zeroes.
WC30
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Installation and Setup

Setting Up the Scale
Guidelines
The following topics are covered:
Setting Up the Scale Electrical Connections Zero Weight
Immediately after unpacking, check for possible shipping damage. If this unit is damaged, save the packaging material and contact the carrier within 15 days of delivery.
The following subtopics are explained:
Guidelines Leveling the Scale
Remember these for your World Scale.
Do Don’t
DO make sure that the work surface is firm and steady. DON’T lift the scale by the weighing platter
DO avoid direct sunlight. DON’T jar the weighing platter or drop objects on it.
DO avoid locations with vibration.
DO avoid drafty locations.
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Leveling the Scale
QUICK STEPS - Leveling the Scale
1. Locate Level Indicator
2. Adjust Scale Feet till bubble is centered
Electrical Connections
On the left side of the Console is a Level Indicator. When the bubble inside is directly in the center of the circle, the scale is level. There are four Scale Feet located underneath the scale system. You may need to adjust these feet slightly in the event the scale is not sitting properly. Proper adjustment of these feet helps you maintain the scale’s balance and is required when using the scale as Legal for Trade.
To level the scale:
1. Locate the Level Indicator on the left side of the Console.
2. Adjust the Scale Feet by turning clockwise or counterclockwise as necessary until the bubble is in the middle of the Level Indicator.
The World Scale comes standard with a Battery Pack, which uses six D-cell batteries.
Tip
When the Battery Symbol flashes on the display, you must replace the batteries.
When not using the World Scale for a length of time, it is best to place the World Scale in Sleep mode to extend the life of the batteries. See
Sleep/Wake Modes in this chapter.
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