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4.3 INPUT COMMANDS
The following commands duplicate the functions of keys. All commands are
terminated by carriage return/line feed.
Z Same as [Zero] key. Zeros the display.
M+ Same as [M+] key.
P Same as [Print] key.
T Same as [Total] key.
MC Clears memory.
The following are for the factory to set new denomi nations and coin weights.
The format is to send the key number, followed by t he denomination and the
new coin weight and then the old coin weight.
K01, 1.00, 3.995, 11.971 1R key (assume key 01),
With denomination 1.00, weight of new coin =3.995g, weight of old coin=11.971g.
K07, 0.20, 4.489, 2.505 5c key (assume key7),
With denomination 0.20, weight of new coin =4.489g and weight of old coin = 2.505.
K10, T3, 1.234, 2.456 Token 3 key (assume key10),
With of a token, number 3, weight of new token = 1.234g and weight of old token = 2.456g.
Key numbers are the same as the numeric entry value s shown on the keys,
the 11th key (marked 0.01) will be key number 10.
To change the printed symbol for the monetary unit, send the command $
followed by the hex code for the letter or symbol t o be used.
For example, to print a “R” symbol send the command $52.