Operating Instructions Overview For LPC-40L

Below is a brief overview of the operating instructions for the LPC-40L price computing scale.

HOW TO ENTER PRICES ON THE LPC-40L
The product price per pound is entered on the L-PC-40L scale by pressing the numbers of the keyboard to indicate the desired value. This value will appear in the “PRICE” indicator and the total amount to pay will be calculated automatically being shown in the “TOTAL” indicator. For example, if the product price per pound is $8.20, just press 8 2 0 and place item on scale platter. The LPC-40L scale then weighs your item and calculates the total dollar amount to be charged.

HOW TO CLEAR WRONG PRICES
When a mistaken price is entered, you can clear it in two ways:
a) Manually: Simply press the clear key and enter the correct price.
b) Automatically: The price is automatically cleared removing the product from the plate, except
if it’s not enabled the fixed price function.

FIXED PRICE FUNCTION
When it is necessary to constantly be weighing the same kind of product over and over and one does not change its price, you can use the “FIXED PRICE” function. It is used to keep the price “FIXED” in the “PRICE” indicator avoiding it to be automatically cleared when the weight is removed from the scale.

To fix a price, follow these steps:
1.- Place the product on the platter.
2.- Enter the product price per pound.
3.- Press P-PACK button.

After these steps, a small arrow will light up in the upper right corner of the “TOTAL” indicator, pointing to the label “P-PACK” (fixed price). To clear the fixed price function, just press the key.

USE OF THE “TARE”
When you wish to weigh a product in a container but you do not want to consider the containers weight during the operation, you can use the TARE function. To use this function follow these steps:

1.- Place the empty container on the scale.
2.- Press the Tare key. After some seconds the digital display will show 0.00
3.- Remove the container and put the item(s) inside it. When you remove the container, a Continue reading