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ELECTRONIC TIME RECORDER

OPERATION MANUAL
ENGLISH: CAUTION!
SAFETY

· Installation, maintenance, etc. of this apparatus should only be performed by qualified electricians.
Disconnect the voltage to the equipment during installation and maintenance, like replacement of the fuse.
· The power supply cord is intended to serve as the disconnect device.
The socket-outlet shall be near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
· To avoid fire hazard, use only a fuse of the correct type, voltage rating, current rating and breaking capacity as specified by
the manufacturer: 250V T2A (Time lag) with a breaking capacity of 20A.

ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY

This apparatus has been verified for compliance with EU (European Union) directives 89/336/EEC for electromagnetic
compatibility (EMC) for operation at 50Hz and bears the CE mark.
When an apparatus is used in a system, EU directives may require that the system is verified for EMC compliance.
The following guidelines are helpful in improving the EMC performance of a system:

1) The use of metallic enclosures generally improves EMC performance.


2) Run cables away from apertures in the enclosure.
3) Run cables close to grounded metallic structures.
4) Use multiple ground straps for doors or panel parts as required.
5) Avoid common ground impedances.

LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVES

This apparatus has been verified for compliance with EU (European Union) low voltage directives 73/23/ECC and bears the CE
mark.

DEUTSCH: ACHTUNG!
SICHERHEITSBESTIMMUNGEN

· Die Installation, Reparatur, etc. dieser Stempeluhr dürfen nur von anerkannten Elektrikern oder entsprechend
ausgebildeten Technikern durchgeführt werden. Vor Arbeiten an der Uhr, z.B. Sicherungswechsel, muß
diese vom 220/240V-Netz getrennt werden.
· Die Netzsteckdose, welche das Gerät mit Strom versorgt, muß sich in der Nähe des Geräts befinden und leicht zugänglich
sein. Trennung des Geräts vom Netz erfolgt durch Herausziehen des Netzkabels.
· Bei einem Sicherungswechsel in der Uhr muß darauf geachtet werden, daß derselbe Sicherungstyp
(Voltbereich, Stromstärke und Auslösegeschwindigkeit) eingesetzt wird, 250V T2A mit Schaltvermögen von
20A. Ansonsten besteht Brandgefahr.

ELEKTROMAGNETISCHE VERTRÄGLICHKEIT

Diese Stempeluhr entspricht den gesetzlichen Bestimmungen 89/336/EEC der EU (europaïschen Gemeinschaft) über die
Elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit (EMV) für Funktion im 50Hz-Bereich.
Die Uhr wurde entsprechend geprüft und trägt das CE-Zeichen.
Wenn die Uhr in einen Verbund mit anderen Geräten ein neues System ergibt, muß nach den gesetzlichen Bestimmungen die
EMV gegeben sein. Inspektoren de EU können dieses System bei Ihnen auf Einhaltung der EMV kontrollieren.
Die folgenden Hinweise können die EMV verbessern:

1) Metallgehäuse können die Strahlung begrenzen. (Der gebrauch von metallischen Gehäusen erhöht die EMV.)
2) Sorgen Sie dafür, daß die Kabelwege im Gehäuse möglichst weit weg von Öffnungen verlaufen.
3) Leitungen sollen in Metallrohren oder gegen Metallstrukturen installiert werden.
4) Alle Teile des Gehäuses müssen mit Kabeln verbunden sein, auch Türen und andere bewegliche metallische Dinge.
5) Sorgen Sie für eine gute Erdung, alle Teile müssen das gleiche Erdpotential aufweisen.

NIEDERSPANNUNGS BESTIMMUNGEN

Diese Stempeluhr entspricht den gesetzlichen Niederspannungs Bestimmungen 73/23/EEC der EU (europaïschen
Gemeinschaft).
Die Uhr wurde entsprechend geprüft und trägt das CE-Zeichen.
FRANÇAIS: ATTENTION!
SÉCURITÉ

· L'installation ou la maintenance de cet appareil ne peut être faite que par un technicien qualifié.
Déconnectez d'abord toute source d'alimentation et si présent la module de la sonnerie.
Maintenant vous pouvez exécuter toute installation et maintenance comme le remplacement du fusible.
· La prise d'alimentation secteur de l'unité doit se trouver à proximité de l'unité et être facilement accessible.
Le cordon d'alimentation fait office de dispositif de déconnexion.
· Afin d'éviter tout risque de feu, n'utilisez qu'un fusible du type et des spécifications correctes: 250V T2A avec un pouvoir de
coupure de 20A.

COMPATIBILITÉ À LA NORME ÉLECTROMAGNÉTIQUE

Cet appareil est conforme à la norme 89/336/EEC de la Communauté Européenne sur les normes électromagnétique (EMC).
Cet appareil est pourvu de l'approbation CE.
Des inspecteurs de la Communauté Européenne peuvent vérifier l'installation et l'approbation.
Les mesures suivantes peuvent améliorer la performance EMC du système.

1) Utilisation des coffrets métalliques en général augmente la performance EMC.


2) Installez les cables loin des ouvertures du coffret métallique.
3) Installez les cables près des cables faradisés ou dans des tube métalliques.
4) Utilisez plusieurs bandes pour la prise de terre sur les portes ou autres parties des panneaux
5) Evitez des impédances communes.

NORME BASSE TENSION

Cet appareil est conforme à la norme basse tension 73/23/EEC de la Communauté Européenne. Cet appareil est pourvu de
l'approbation CE.

ESPAÑOL: ATENCIÓN!

SEGURIDAD

· La instalación, mantenimiento, etc. de este aparato debe Ilevarse a cabo únicamente


por personal cualificado. Desconectar el voltaje del equipo y el dispositivo de señales si está presente,
durante la instalación o mantenimiento como el cambio de fusible.
· El receptáculo de CA que proporciona energia a la unidad debe estar cerca de ella
y fácilmente accesible. El cordón eléctrico está diseñado como desconector.
· Para evitar riesgo de incendio utilice únicamente el fusible del tipo, voltaje y
capacidad de corte apropriados, como se especifica por el fabricante: 250V T2A con
una capacidad de corte de 20A.

COMPATIBILIDAD ELECTROMAGNÉTICA

Este aparato ha sido verificado para cumplir con las directivas EU (Unión Europea) 89/336/EEC relativas a la compatibilidad
electromagnética (EMC), para operar a 50Hz, y soportar el distintivo CE.
Cuando se utiliza el aparato en un sistema, las directivas EU pueden requerir que dicho sistema cumpla con los requisitos
EMC.
Las siguientes directivas pueden ser de utilidad para mejorar las prestaciones EMC en un sistema:

1) La utilización de recintos metálicos mejora generalmente las prestaciones EMC.


2) Alejar los cables fuera de las aberturas del recinto.
3) Gular los cables cerca de estructuras metálicas con tierra.
4) Utilizar tantes conexiones de tierra en puertas o paneles como se requiera.
5) Evitar impendancias comunes a tierra.

LAS DIRECTIVAS BAJA TENSIÓN

Este aparato ha sido verificado para cumplir con las directivas baja tensión EU (Unión Europea) 73/23/EEC y soportar el
distintivo CE.
ITALIANO: ATTENZIONE!

SICUREZZA

· Installazione, manutenzione etc. di queste apparecchiature devono essere effettuate solo da personale qualificato.
Togliere l'alimentazione dall'apparato se collegati, durante l'installazione e la manutenzione come il cambio di fusibile.
· La presa di corrente CA che dà l'energia elettrica all'unità deve essere vicina e facilmente accessible.
Il cordone di alimentazione serve per il disinserimento.
· Per evitare scintille pericolose utilizzare solamente fusibili corretti, il voltaggio, la corrente e il livello di rottura devono
essere quelli indicati dal costruttore: 250V T2A con capacità di rottura di 20A.

COMPATIBILITÀ ELETTROMAGNETICA

Questo apparechio è conforme all normative 89/336/EEC della Comunità Europea sulle norme elettromagnetische (EMC).
Questo apparechio ha ottenuto il marchio di approvazione CE. Ispettori della Comunità Europea potrebbero verificare
l'installazione dell'apparecchio. I seguenti consigli servono a completare nel migliore dei modi l'installazione.

1) Utilizarre strutture metalliche di supporto e creare un cassonetto di chiusura.


2) Tenere il cavo lontano dalla aperture in strutture metalliche.
3) Tenere il cavo vincino a strutture metalliche a terra.
4) Mettere a terra eventuali sportelli del cassonetto di chiusura.
5) Evitare impedenza di terra comuni.

NORMATIVE BASSA TENSIONE

Questo apparechio è conforme all normative bassa tensione 73/23/EEC della Comunità Europea. Questo apparechio ha
ottenuto il marchio di approvazione CE.

NEDERLANDS: OPGELET!

VEILIGHEID

· Installatie, onderhoud enz. van dit apparaat mag enkel uitgevoerd worden door gekwalificeerde electriciens.
Zorg ervoor dat tijdens onderhoud, bijvoorbeeld installatie of het vervangen van de zekering, de netspanning
afgekoppeld wordt van het apparaat en de eventuele aangesloten opties.
· Het stopcontact, dat de voeding van dit apparaat verzorgt, moet zich dicht bij het apparaat bevinden en moet
gemakkelijk bereikbaar zijn. Het netsnoer doet dienst als uitschakelmechanisme.
· Om brandgevaar te vermijden, mag enkel een zekering van het juiste type, spanning-, stroom- en
schakelvermogen gebruikt worden zoals gespecifiëerd door de maker van het apparaat namelijk: 250V T2A (traag) met
een schakelvermogen van 20A.

ELEKTROMAGNETISCHE COMPATIBILITEIT

Dit apparaat voldoet aan de door de Europese Gemeenschap opgelegde richtlijn 89/336/ECC. Deze heeft betrekking op de
elektromagnetische compatibiliteit (EMC) voor de werking op een 50Hz net. Daarom mag dit apparaat het "CE" label dragen.
Wanneer een apparaat in een systeem gebruikt wordt, kan het voorkomen dat kontroleurs van de Europese Gemeenschap het
systeem komen kontroleren met betrekking tot de EMC eisen.
De volgende richtlijnen kunnen de EMC prestatie van een systeem verbeteren:

1) Algemeen kan men zeggen dat het gebruik van metalen behuizingen de
EMC prestatie zal verbeteren.
2) Leg kabels zo ver mogelijk weg van openingen in metalen behuizingen.
3) Leg kabels kort bij geaarde metalen onderdelen.
4) Gebruik meerdere aardingsstrippen op deuren of andere paneelonderdelen.
5) Vermijd gemeenschappelijke aardingsimpedanties.

LAAGSPANNINGS RICHTLIJN

Dit apparaat voldoet aan de door de Europese Gemeenschap opgelegde laagspannings richtlijn 73/23/ECC. Daarom mag dit
apparaat het "CE" label dragen.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS........................................................................................................................................2

MODELS OVERVIEW - FUNCTION TABLE .................................................................................................................2


IMPRINT POSSIBILITIES FOR EVERY MODEL ..........................................................................................................4

PLACEMENT ..................................................................................................................................................................5

PRECAUTIONS ..............................................................................................................................................................5

OPENING AND CLOSING THE UPPER CASE ............................................................................................................5

GETTING STARTED ......................................................................................................................................................6

INITIALIZATION..............................................................................................................................................................7
HOW TO INSERT A TIME CARD ..................................................................................................................................7

HOW TO PROGRAMME................................................................................................................................................8
INFORMATION ON THE KEYS .............................................................................................................................8
PROGRAMMING ....................................................................................................................................................9

QUICK-CHART FOR PROGRAMMING.......................................................................................................................10


DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME....................................................................................................................................12
QUICK HOUR CHANGE ......................................................................................................................................13
CARD TYPE SETTING (PROGRAMMING) ........................................................................................................14
PAY PERIOD START DATE ................................................................................................................................23
BLANK SPACE .....................................................................................................................................................24
SHIFT POSITION .................................................................................................................................................24

SETTING UP A WEEKLY PROGRAM (W.P.) .............................................................................................................25


WEEKLY PROGRAM CHART .............................................................................................................................28
SETTING WEEKLY PROGRAM EXAMPLE........................................................................................................29
CHANGING THE WEEKLY PROGRAM......................................................................................................................30
HOW TO ADD A WP-STEP .................................................................................................................................30
HOW TO DELETE A WP-STEP ..........................................................................................................................30
ITEM 7 : PROGRAM PRINTOUT.........................................................................................................................31

LIST OF CARD TYPES ................................................................................................................................................32

ADJUSTING FOR THE DIMENSIONS OF 'YOUR' TIME CARD................................................................................35


ADJUSTING SMALL VARIATIONS OF THE CARD DIMENSIONS...........................................................................35

CONNECTING THE EXTERNAL SIGNAL LINES.......................................................................................................36

SLAVE CLOCK .............................................................................................................................................................36

WALL MOUNTING .......................................................................................................................................................37

FUSE .............................................................................................................................................................................37

REPLACING THE RIBBON CASSETTE .....................................................................................................................38

ERROR CODES ...........................................................................................................................................................39

TROUBLESHOOTING..................................................................................................................................................41

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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS

Uppe

Power requirement : 220-240V ~, 50Hz


Power consumption : max 500 mA.
Ambient conditions : temperature: 0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F)
Humidity : 10 % to 90 % (no condensation)
Dimensions : Width 258 mm x Height 313 mm x Depth 155 mm
Weight : 5.0 kg (11.02 Lbs)
Power reserve : the built-in battery, if fully charged, maintains normal operation for 72 hours or
min.300 clockings
Fuse : Glass tube fuse 250V 2A Time Lag (5x20mm)

MODELS OVERVIEW

· CP-3000 : Consecutive 'clipper' model. (a) Only card type 18. Refer to page 34
· CP-3200 : Consecutive or non-consecutive model. (selectable)
· CP-3300 : Extended model. (consecutive or non-consecutive model) (selectable) Refer to next page

Feature Model CP - 3000 CP - 3200 CP - 3300

Consecutive X X(selectable) X(selectable)


Non – consecutive X(selectable) X(selectable)
2 colour printing X X X
Slave clock synchron. X X X
1 external signal circuit X X X
Front/ back detection (b) X X X

(a) Consecutive model. : Overprinting is prevented by a black block mark, that is printed
after the time imprint.
(b) Only when you use the AMANO standard card type. Refer to page 16.

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CP-3000

- When you select this consecutive model, only one print column can be selected. Only card type
18 or related can be used.
- A wider imprint size can be set. Refer to page 4.

CP-3200

- This is a consecutive or non – consecutive model. (selectable)


- The print position can either be done weekly program, or is done consecutively by the time
recorder.

CP-3300

- This is a CP-3200 model with extended functions


e.g. 4-digit index printing, machine number

Index printing

* An index up to 4 digits (max. 9999) can be printed in stead of the time indication, so printed
horizontally.
* This index is programmable. This means that both the 'interval' and the 'increment' is
selectable.
* This index printing can be used in combination either with the black block mark
(consecutive) or without it (non-consecutive).

Interval - This is the time period between every increment of the index.
- Select between 1, 3, 5, 6 or 10 minutes.
- To set, refer to program item 42. Refer to page 10.

Increment - This is the value by which the index is increased after every interval time has
gone by.
- Selection can be made between 1, 2, 3 or 5
- To set, refer to program item 43. Refer to page 10.

Machine number To identify the time recorder at which the imprint was made.

* Selection is possible from 01 up to 99


* The machine number is printed 'before' the time imprint.
This is where 'normally' the date/day is printed.

To use, set 9 at program item 44. Refer to page 11.

The actual machine number is to be selected at program item 45. Select from 01 - 99.

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IMPRINT POSSIBILITIES for EVERY MODEL series.

CP – 3000 CP – 3200 CP – 3300

dd HH : MM B dd HH : MM B
dd HH : MM B dd HH : MM B
dd HH : MM B dd HH : MM B
dd HH : MM B dd HH : MM B

No HH : MM B
No HH : MM B

dd 0000 000 B
dd 0000
dd 0000 000 B
dd 0000

No 0000 000 B
No 0000

Way of YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B
imprint YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B
YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B
YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B

YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B
YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B
YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B
YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B

YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B
YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B
YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B
YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B

YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B
YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B
YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B
YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B

YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B
YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B
YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B
YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B

YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B
YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B
YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B
YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B

YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B
YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B
YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B
YY MMM DD 31 P HH : MM B

Card type 18 & 19 1-17 & 19 1 –7 & 8

Legend : dd Date /day imprint program step 44 Printed vertically


HH:MM Time indication Hour selection ; step 42, Minutes selection ; step 43
B Black Block mark to prevent overprinting. Only consecutive models Program step 34
No Machine number set-up; step 44, item 9 Number selection; step 45
0000 Index printing for the CP - 3300 (normally only 3 digits are printed, but if the index
value requires a 4-digit indication, these 4 digits are printed)
YY Year imprint Program step 45
MMM Month imprint Program step 46
DD Date imprint Program step 44
31 Date (01 .. 31) Program step 47
P AM/PM indication

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PLACEMENT

Select a proper table of Keep it horizontal It can also be


a height of about 75 cm mounted on a wall
Refer to page 37

PRECAUTIONS

1. Installation, maintenance, etc. of this apparatus should only be performed by qualified electricians.
Disconnect the voltage to the equipment, during installation and maintenance like replacement of
the fuse or the ribbon cartridge.
2. The mains cord may be used as a 2-pole mains disconnect device. Therefore always place the
socket outlet for that mains cord close to the equipment.
3. To avoid fire hazard, use only a fuse of the correct type, voltage rating, current rating and breaking
capacity as specified by the manufacturer.
4. Avoid the following when installing the time recorder.

Direct sunlight and vicinity of a Wet places Places where there is much dust or
heater vibration

5. Use this unit within the ambient temperature range of 0°C to 45°C with relative humidity of 10 % to
90 %.
6. Wipe lightly with a soft cloth soaked with water or neutral detergent.
Do not use thinner, benzine or insecticide.

OPENING AND CLOSING THE UPPER CASE

To open the upper case, turn the case key clockwise. The upper case will open. Turn it upwards and
take it off.

Before closing the upper case, slide the program switch downwards and back upwards.
To close the upper case, replace it at the correct position and turn it downwards until it clicks.

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GETTING STARTED

1. If you want to use a time card, that may be different from the standard factory setting (see page
14), please refer to page 14 for the programming and to page 35, for the mechanical adjustment.

2. Connect the battery (with power cord NOT plugged in)


CN 13

1. Remove the upper case, 2. Remove the front case 3. Connect the battery connector (CN 13),
using the case key loosening the two screws on the PC-board as in the figure

After connecting the battery, the display normally shows the normal time indication :

BUT : - The display shows :


This means that the battery is NOT connected and the time recorder will not
function. So normal operation or programming is not possible.
- The display shows :
This means that the battery power is too low. No data will be lost.

If one of these two indications appear, follow next steps 3 and 4 and refer to Caution
below.

3. Close the front and upper case

4. Plug in the AC-outlet

Simply connect the


plug in the outlet

If the AC-outlet is plugged in, the display colon will start flashing ON/OFF. The LED will stop
flashing.

Caution

A. When the time recorder is being used for the first time, after a power failure,
after a or display allow the time recorder 24 hours to charge the
battery. (keep the AC-outlet plugged in).
If then still the time recorder does not start up, please contact your local dealer.
B. When no AC-outlet is connected, the time recorder will maintain normal operation for
minimum 300 clockings or 72 hours, if the battery is fully charged. After that, only the clock
settings (time and date) will be lost. The other programmed items will remain.

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INITIALIZATION

First, disconnect the AC-power.


To initialize you do NOT need to open your time recorder.

To initialize your time recorder, push the reset button.


To push, insert a screwdriver into the "reset" hole in the bottom of the time recorder.

BOTTOM VIEW BOTTOM VIEW

"Reset" hole

Reset switch

Note : Pushing this "reset" button does NOT mean, that the programmed data are reset to the
default data.
Only time and date data is re-set to the default setting.
To reset the programmed data, please contact your local dealer.

HOW TO INSERT A TIME CARD

Confirm if the desired If you insert your


printing columns have card in the reverse
been set. Then gently side, the beep will
insert a card into sound and your card
the pocket. The card will be ejected with-
will automatically be out being printed.
fed in and printed. (Valid only when the
Amano standard card,
card type 7, is used)

* Insert your time card into the card pocket.


* Since card feed in and ejection are automatic, do not try to jam a
card in or pull it out before it is ejected.
If so, the display will show : take out your time card
and try again.
* Be sure to insert the card correctly .
Printing will take place even if the card is inserted upside down.
* Do not insert anything else but your time card.

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HOW TO PROGRAMME

INFORMATION ON THE KEYS

ATTENTION:

Discharge your
static electricity
before touching
the program
switch.

- LED's : IN NORMAL MODE


Indication of the selected column to print in.
IN PROGRAM MODE
Indication of the selected program-item.

- PROGRAM-SWITCH : To programme, to change the programmed data or to replace the ribbon,


slide it downwards.
Slide it upwards for normal operation.

- FUNCTION-KEY : To change the programming ITEM (1 Ø 8)

- YES-KEY : IN NORMAL MODE


To move to the previous printing column.
IN PROGRAM MODE
To confirm the blinking data and thus to move to the next programming
step.

- NO-KEY : IN NORMAL MODE


To move to the next printing column.
IN PROGRAM MODE
To change the blinking data.
(Pressed for 3 sec. or more increases the value by 10)

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PROGRAMMING

- Remove the upper case.


- Slide the program switch downwards into program mode.

: By pressing the "FUNCTION"-key, you can move to the next program ITEM. The
selected ITEM number 1 Ø 8 is also displayed as the left digit of the step indicator,
which is shown in the left corner of the display.
Also the corresponding LED will light up.

: By pressing the "YES"-key, the blinking data is selected.


The step indicator will move to the next step.

: Press the "NO"-key if the data is incorrect. The value will increase one by one. If you
keep the key pressed, it will increase by 10. Press "YES" when you get the correct data.

Note : For item 1, 2, 6 and step 31 ( see next page )

After a step of these ITEMS has been set [for ITEM 6, a WEEKLY PROGRAM - step
(WP-step)], the entire displayed data will start flashing (BLINK ALL). Press "YES" to
confirm the set data and the new data will be registered in the memory. The step
indicator will automatically move to the next step or next ITEM if all steps of this ITEM
are set.

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QUICK-CHART FOR PROGRAMMING (1)
ITEM STEP SUBJECT DISPLAY SELECTION
(DEFAULT
SETTING)
1 11 YEAR 00 à 99

12 MONTH AND DATE 01 01 à 12 31

13 TIME 00 00 à 23 59

2 21 DAY CHANGE TIME 00 00 à 23 59

22 DAYLIGHT SAVING START To set (see page 12)

23 DAYLIGHT SAVING END To set (see page 12)

3 31 CARD TYPE SETTING CARD SELECTION (see p. 14)

32 PAY PERIOD START DATE 01 à 31 (see page 23)

33 BLANK SPACE 01 à 32 (see page 24)

34 CONSECUTIVE or not (2) 0 = Non – consecutive (see p. 18)


1 = Consecutive

35 CARD TYPE SELECTION Refer to page 14

36 COLUMN AND LINES Columns : 1 – 16 refer to page 21


Lines : 1 – 45

37 DOWN/UP or UP/DOWN 0 = down/up refer to page 22


1 = up/down

38 HORIZONTAL VARIATION 1 – 31 refer to page 35

39 VERTICAL VARIATION 1 – 31 refer to page 35

4 41 HOUR DISPLAY 1 : 0 – 23
2 : AM/PM 01 – 12

42 HOUR IMPRINT 1 : 0 – 23
2 : AM = 1 – 12/ PM = 1 – 12
Except for CP – 3000; “a” or “p” is printed
3 : interval = 1 minute (1)
4 : interval = 2 minutes
5 : interval = 3 minutes
6 : interval = 5 minutes
7 : interval = 6 minutes
8 : interval = 10 minutes

43 MINUTES IMPRINT 1 : 60 – th min. type


2 : 10 - th min. type
3 : 100 A’ min. type (36 sec = 0.01h)
4 : 100 B min. type (3 min. = 0.05h)
5 : Index increment = 1 (1)
6 : Index increment = 2
7 : Index increment = 3
8 : Index increment = 5
(1) Items in italics are only available on a CP 3300 (2) Selection is only possible for CP – 3200/3300

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ITEM STEP SUBJECT DISPLAY SELECTION
(DEFAULT
SETTING)
4 44 DAY IMPRINT 0 : NO DATE/DAY PRINTING
1 : Date (01.. 31)
2 : Day (D1.. D7)
3 : Day (English)
4 : Day (Spanish)
5 : Day (French)
6 : Day (German)
7 : Day (Dutch)
8 : Day (Italian) (*)
9 : Machine number

45 YEAR IMPRINT 1..99 (machine number for CP-3300 only)


0 : OFF
1: ON

46 MONTH IMPRINT 0 : NO MONTH PRINTING


Only 1 : Month (1.. 12)
2 : Month (I.. XII)
for 3 : Month (English)
4 : Month (Spanish)
CP-
5 : Month (French)
3000
6 : Month (German)
7 : Month (Dutch)
8 : Month (Italian)

47 DATE IMPRINT 0 : Selection of step 44 without additional


01-31
1 : selection of step 44 with additional 01-31
5 51 SIGNAL DURATION 01 – 12 SECONDS

52 SLAVE CLOCK 0 : No slave function


1 : Slave function

53 SHIFT POSITION (NOT FOR CP3000) 0 : No manual shift


1 : Manual shift possible, but returning after
8s, or after printing
2 : Permanent manual shift (see page 24)
6 01
to WEEKLY PROGRAM (see page 25)
08
7 7 PROGRAM PRINTOUT 0 : OFF
1 : Program printout (see page 31)

8 8 DIAGNOSTICS Contact your local dealer

(*) CP-3300 Step 44 : 9 Machine number

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DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME (D.L.S.)

STEP 22 DAYLIGHT SAVING START (OR SUMMERTIME START)

You can specify either by DATE or by WEEKNUMBER. The change of time (from 02.00 ─>
03.00) will happen on the Sunday (last day of the programmed week).

To specify by weeknumber, select "00"


To specify by date, select a month 01-12

If selected above:
- "00", select a weeknumber 01-52
- “01-12”, select a date 01-31
(Do not set 02 29, February 29th

STEP 23 DAYLIGHT SAVING END (OR WINTERTIME START)

The change of time (from 03.00 ─> 02.00) will happen on the Sunday (last day of the
programmed week).

If selected by weeknumber at step 22,

set the weeknumber (01-52)

If selected by DATE at step 22,

set month (01-12) and date (01-31)


(Do not set 02 29, February 29th)

REMARK : To switch OFF this daylight saving feature, programme "00:00" in step 22 (default setting).
Automatically step 23 will be skipped.

NOTE : To have an automatic summer- and wintertime change EVERY year, happening on the last
Sunday of a specific month, programme as follows :

Take the number of days that the month counts.


Subtract 6 from this number and programme that date.
( Do NOT count February 29th )
e.g. September counts 30 days, minus 6. Programme the 24th.
By doing so, it will not be necessary to change your set data every year.

The scheme on the following page gives an overview of some popular dates.

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SOME POPULAR D.L.S. DATES :

D.L.S. start or summertime start

DATE SET SETTING


th
- Last Sunday of March March 25 03 25
th
- Last Sunday of April April 24 04 24
- Last Sunday of September September 24th 09 24

D.L.S. end or wintertime start

DATE SET SETTING


th
- Last Sunday of October October 25 10 25
th
- Last Sunday of September September 24 09 24
th th
- The Sunday following the 4 Saturday of October (U.K. ) October 23 10 23
th
- Last Sunday of March March 25 03 25

QUICK HOUR CHANGE (Manual D.L.S. adjustment)

To change quickly the hour displayed, without selecting step 13, do as follows (while being in normal
mode) :

To increment the time displayed by 1 hour (D.L.S. start or summertime start), keep the "Yes"-key
pressed while sliding the program switch to program mode.

To decrement the time displayed by 1 hour (D.L.S. end or wintertime start), keep the "No"-key
pressed while switching to program mode.

CAUTION : When changing in this way, only the time displayed will change, NOT THE DATE

e.g. Friday 23:30


¯
INC
¯
Friday 00:30 NOT Saturday 00:30

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CARD TYPE SETTING (PROGRAMMING)

STEP 31 SETTING THE CARD TYPE

Hereby, you can change to a card type which is not the initial card type preset for your time
recorder model.

INITIAL CARD TYPES Refer to LIST of CARD TYPES, pages 32-34

-CP- 3000 : card type 18; clipper card (See page 34)

-CP- 3200 : card type 7; AMANO standard card (p. 32-34)

-CP- 3300 : card type 3; AMANO standard card (p. 32-34)


Only those cards, which have a number in
the upper right side corner are available.

If you want to use another card type,


set the value "5" at step 31 (password).

In case of a CP-3200 and CP-3300 time recorder, step 34 appears.


In case of a CP-3000 time recorder, step 35 appears.
(Step 34 will be skipped)

STEP 34 CONSECUTIVE OR NON-CONSECUTIVE (CP-3200 and CP-3300)

If your time recorder is a CP-3200 or a CP-3300 series one, you can select whether to use it
as a consecutive or a non-consecutive one. The consecutive type will print a black block-
mark by means of which it can detect a previous imprint.
By doing so overprinting will be avoided automatically.
0 : non-consecutive
1 : consecutive

STEP 35 CARD TYPE SELECTION (SEE LIST OF CARD TYPES)

The display shows the initial setting


Card range

CP-3000 : Consecutive type : 18 19

CP-3200 : Non-consecutive type : 1-16 19


Consecutive type : 1-17 19

CP-3300 : Extensive type : 1-7 8

PROGRAMMABLE CARD

If you can not find the 'same' time card as yours, also a non-standard card can be
programmed, card type 19.
For the CP-3300 series this will be card number 8.
If you want to change the card type, refer to the next pages.

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SETTING A 'PROGRAMMABLE' CARD (a non AMANO standard one)

Apart from the range of standard time cards (refer to pages 32-34), also a non standard time card
can be used.

How to set-up such a card?

Choose the card type No. from No. 1 to 18 (refer to pages 32-34) whose characteristics (such as the
way of printing time & date, card type,...) match most with the time card you want to program.
So if you want to use e.g. a weekly time card, across the-card type, be sure that your "NEAREST"
card has the same characteristics. In this example you can select from the card types 1 to 3.

Following characteristics should match:

- Whether your time card is an across-the-card or a down/up type


- Whether your time card is a weekly, a bi-weekly or a monthly card type
- Whether your time card has one or two printing blocks
- Whether your time card has a blank space or not
- Whether your time card is a two-line-a-day card or not

Following characteristics can be adjusted for 'your' time card :

- The imprint position (column pitch and line pitch)


- The number of lines and columns of your time card
- Whether your time card will be a down/up or an up/down card, if you use a down/up the card
type

To get an overview of the standard (so "NEAREST") cards, refer to the LIST of CARD TYPES.
Refer to pages 32-34.

The range of standard time cards for each model is, for:
- CP-3000 18 and 19 (programmable card)
- CP-3200 1-17 and 19 (programmable card)
- CP-3300 1-7 and 8 (programmable card)

Following RESTRICTIONS have to be kept in mind if you want to set your 'own' time card: (Refer to
the scheme on next page)
- The width of your card should be within the range of 66-107 mm
- The card thickness should be within 0.2 - 0.5 mm
- The centre of the top imprint position should be at least 53 mm lower than the upper card edge
- The bottom margin should be at least 10 mm
- The consecutive models compare the background colour and material of the time card with the
printed black block, used to prevent overprinting. If this contrast is not large enough,
there is a possibility of bad functioning of your time recorder.
In that case, please contact your local dealer for advise.
- No pre-printing is allowed in the area of 5.5 - 8 mm from the bottom edge of your time card,
when you want to use a consecutive model and a down/up card (card types 10-18 or 4-7 for
CP-3300)

In case of such a time card and model, the time recorder checks the above mentioned contrast,
within this specified area.If your time card has some pre-printing in that area, please contact your
local dealer for advise.

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SCHEME OF THE RESTRICTIONS ON THE TIME CARD

Unit of measurement: mm

No pré-printing is allowed in this


shaded area (5.5-8 mm), if you want to
use a consecutive model and a
down/up time card (card types 10-18).
If your time card has some text here,
please contact your local dealer

CP-3000 CP-3200 CP-3200 CP-3300


non - consecutive consecutive

Side margin (S.M.) min. 1 mm min. 1 mm min. 1 mm (3)


Column Pitch (C.P.) min. 8 mm min. 5 mm min. 8 mm (3)
S.M. + C.P. min. 14 mm min. 6 mm min. 12 mm (3)

Card types 18 & 19 1-16 & 19 1-17 & 19 1-7 & 8

No. of columns (1) 1 1-16 1-16 1-16


No. of lines (2) 1-45 1-45 1-45 1-45

(1) For the CP-3000, only '1' column is available.


Only selectable when you use across-the-card types. (Refer to the list of time cards for every
model)

(2) Only selectable when you use a down/up time card. (Refer to the list of time cards for every
model)

(3) In case you use the CP-3300 as a consecutive model, please refer to the CP-3200(consecutive)
If you use it as a non-consecutive model, refer to the CP-3200(non-consecutive)

Remark Front/back surface detection


You can only use this function when you use the AMANO standard card type 7 (refer to
page 33) or similar (card type 19).
Your time card needs the special 'cutting' shape into the bottom edge at the same location
as card type 07. See page 33.
Card type 7 has a width of 86 mm. If however, you want to use this front/back detection by
a more wide time card, please contact your local dealer.
NOTE : If you change a column pitch (C.P.), you should make sure that the required imprint size is still

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possible within that pitch.
If the pitch is not large enough, CP-3000 automatically adapts its way of imprint. Refer to the
"error 3" on page 40.

Depending on the selected column pitch width, the imprint varies as follows :

Legend dd = date/day
HH = hour imprint (normal 2 digits)
hh = hour imprint (90° rotated)
MM = minutes imprint (2-digit;60-th,100A,100B type)
M = minutes imprint (10-th type)
0000 = 4-digit index (CP-3300)
B = black block imprint

For Consecutive models (Except CP-3000)


S.M. min. 1

C.P. < 08 50 no imprint possible

< 10 00 HH.M B imprint possible


hhMM B imprint possible

< 11 00 HH:MM B imprint possible


dd HH.M B imprint possible
0000 B imprint possible

>=11 00 dd HH:MM B imprint possible


dd 0000 B imprint possible

S.M. + C.P. min. 12 00

For non-consecutive models


S.M. min. 1
C.P. < 05 00 no imprint possible

< 06 00 HH.M imprint possible


hhMM imprint possible
0000 4-digit imprint possible

< 07 00 HH:MM Imprint possible

< 08 00 dd HH.M imprint possible

>=08 00 dd HH:MM imprint possible

dd 0000 4-digit index printing possible

S.M. + C.P. min. 06 00

For CP-3000
S.M. min. 1

C.P. min. 13 50 HH.M imprint possible


max. 99 95

S.M. + C.P. min. 14 00 max. 99 95

Setting procedure (other dimensions than on "the list of standard card types", pages 32-34)

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To program your own time card , switch to program mode and select step 31.
(Attention: discharge your static electricity before touching the program switch)

Enter
password 5 Confirm by pushing the "YES" button

When your time recorder is a CP-3200 or a CP-3300 type, you can select to use it as a non-
consecutive or as a consecutive one.

0 = non-consecutive
1 = consecutive

Refer to step 34

Display will show the initial card type setting for your model
(refer to page 14)

Enter "19" for CP-3200


Enter " 8" for CP-3300 series

Press "YES"

- Enter the "NEAREST" card number to your card


- Confirm "00" if you want to modify an already set
'programmable' card

Some parameters of this "NEAREST" card can be modified according to "your" card. Please
prepare the following information about your card : (refer to the scheme on the next page)

* The dimensions Ax,Ay


Bx,By
Cx,CY : Only when your card consists of two blocks. In this case, your
"NEAREST" card type should be for :
- CP-3200 type 4,5,14,15 or 16.
- CP-3300 type 2, 6 or 7.

* The number of columns

* The number of lines (vertical lifts)

* In case of a vertical (down/up the card) card type, you also have to set whether you want to
use it as a down/up the card or as an up/down the card type.

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When you have entered your "NEAREST" card type number, the display will show:

The cursor, under Monday in normal use,


starts flashing (ON/OFF)

The position of the cursor indicates which dimension can be set.


The following rule is applied.
The cursor indicating Monday (MO) corresponds to A
Tuesday (TU) B
Wednesday (WE) C
Thursday (TH) x
Friday (FR) y

Setting the dimensions Ax, Ay, Bx, By, Cx and Cy

To set Ax or Ay,
press "YES"

To set Ax, press "YES"


Ay, press "NO"

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If you want to set Ax, the display shows:
eg. Set Ax to 07.00 mm.

Set the distance in mm


The displayed data is the dimension Ax of your "NEAREST" card

Set the distance in hundredths of a mm


Select from 00 - 95. The value increases each time by 5/100 of a
mm

BLINK ALL

Press "YES" to confirm the programmed data

Setting the dimension Ay eg. Set Ay to 101.15 mm.

To set Ay, press "YES"

To set Ay, press "NO"

Press "YES"

Set the distance Ay in hundreds of mm


00 : Ay < 100 mm
01 : Ay >= 100 mm

Set the distance Ay in mm


Select from 00 - 99

Set the distance Ay in hundreds of a mm


Select from 00 - 95. The value increases each time by
5/100 of a mm

BLINK ALL
Press "YES" to confirm the programmed data

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Setting Bx, By, Cx and Cy

To set B or C dimensions,
press "NO"

To set Bx or By, press "YES"


To set Cx or Cy, press "NO"

To set Cx or Cy, press "YES"


This will only be possible if your "NEAREST" card consists of two
blocks
(card types 4, 5, 14, 15 or 16 for CP-3200)
(card types 2, 6 and 7 for the CP-3300)
Refer to the list of card types (page 32-34)

The setting of each x and y distance is the same as for Ax and Ay.

NOTE : To leave this dimension setting, press the * - key.


If you do not press this key, but leave this setting by sliding the program switch
back to normal mode, your modified data is not accepted. To store your data, you
have to press the *-key. Step 36 will appear. Then you can, if you want, leave this
dimension setting with your new data stored.

Setting the number of columns and lines

Step 36

Set the desired number of columns


Select "01 - 16"

Set the desired number of lines (lifts) Select "01 - 45"

BLINK ALL

Press "YES" to confirm

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Setting down the card or up the card

Step 37

This step will only appear, when you want to program a down/up-the-card type.
Therefore your "NEAREST" card has to be :

for CP-3000 18
CP-3200 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 or 17.
CP-3300 5, 6 or 7

Select 0 : Up the card type:


printing starts at the bottom and moves upwards

1 : Down the card type : printing starts at the top line of


your time card and moves downwards

When you have set step 37, if available, automatically step 32 will be selected. So the Pay
Period Start Date can be set for "your" card.

To get a clear overview of the parameters of "your" card, the following scheme can be used:

NEAREST “YOUR” 19 for CP – 3200


Card type 19 or 8 8 for CP - 3300
Ax
Ay
Bx
By
Cx
Cy
No. of columns
No. of lines
Down / up

Remark : These parameters will not be printed out when you do a Program Printout
(Refer to page 31).

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PAY PERIOD START DATE (Not for CP-3000)

(START DATE ON YOUR TIME CARD)

STEP 32

Program the date (day) printed on print position 1 of your time card. You can program either by date (for
the monthly card types) or by day number (for weekly & bi-weekly card types).

Monthly card type : select from 1..31

e.g. If you want the fifth of every month printed on line 1 of your time card, select
"05".

Weekly card type : select from 1..7


(Monday = 01, Tuesday = 02, ..., Sunday = 07)

e.g. If you want every Wednesday printed on line 1 or column 1 of your card,
select "03".

Bi-weekly card type : select from 1..14

First week : Monday = 01, ..., Sunday = 07


Second week : Monday = 08, ..., Sunday = 14

e.g. * If today is a Thursday and you want to print today on line 1 or in column 1 of
the first week of your time card, select "04".

* If today is Thursday and you want to print on line 1 or in column 1 of the


second week of your time card, then select "11".

CAUTION : Bi-weekly card types : when you change the date, the time recorder will reset its pay
period. This means that you will always print, after changing, into the block used, before
the date was changed. Therefore check your imprint position and change if necessary.

e.g. If programmed 02 = Tuesday


and today = Wednesday 04 december ® printing on line "2"
Date-change to Friday 13 december ® printing on line "4" in stead of line "11".

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BLANK SPACE (Not for CP-3000)

STEP 33 This step will only appear when you select an appropriate card
with this function. Refer to page 32-34.
- For CP-3200 ; card type 7, 14 or 15.
- For CP-3300 ; card type 3 or 6.

Here you can either specify the line or column of your time card, you want to skip (01-32)
For all card types this blank space is preset to "1".

Across-the-card type monthly example Down/up-the-card type monthly example

Card type 7 (15/16 lifts, 2 sides) Card type 14 (16 lines down/up the card)

SHIFT POSITION (Not for CP-3000)


(CP-3200 ; not for card types : 10,..,17)
(CP-3300 ; not for card types : 5 and 6)

STEP 53 Your time recorder provides a possibility to select manually the IN/OUT print position

This selection can not be used if you use a down/up-the-card type.

You can select : 0 : column shift according to the weekly program.


1 : after 8 sec. or after an imprint the print position returns to the previous
one.
2 : the imprint position remains until it is adjusted.

To shift, press the Yes-key : to move to the previous column

No-key : to move to the next column

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SETTING UP A WEEKLY PROGRAM (W.P.)

The following information ("objects") can be programmed here :

1. Activate the built-in buzzer or not.

2. Activate a signal contact or not.

3. Column/line change time. This is the time you want to change from one print position to
another one.

e.g. From IN position to OUT position at lunch time.

4. Colour change time.

5. Index Change ; only available on CP - 3300. For the other models this step is
disabled.

Each of these (called "objects") can be specified by the day of the week and the time (called
"moment") at which it should be executed.

PROGRAM STRUCTURE & SEQUENCE IN W.P.

STRUCTURE

(a) Days applicable


called "moment"
(b) Time applicable

(1) Buzzer ON/OFF

(2) Signal 1 ON/OFF

(3) Future option called “object”

(4) Column/line position

(5) Colour change (black or red)

(6) Index change only available on CP - 3300

Above data can be set up for every WP-step (max. 80 WP-steps).


After you set up the moment (a,b), the WP-step number and the object number [1 ® 5 (or 6)] are
displayed to guide you throughout your WP.

SEQUENCE

Step no. ® days applicable ® time applicable ® object no. 1 ® object no. 2 ® (object no. 3) ® object
no. 4 ® object no. 5 ® (object no.6 ®) confirm this WP-step (press "yes") ® next WP-step

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IMPORTANT

If you do not go through all data and confirmation of one WP-step, your WP-step will not be stored in
memory (the same rule applies for program change afterwards, see p. 30).

Let's take a more close look at WP-step number 01 :

* Set the MOMENT at which you want to execute your program step

- Day selection
When no days are programmed, the present WP-step will be
deleted.
When there is already a WP-step programmed, the time
recorder will propose the same days-selection. Press
"YES" to accept or "NO" to change.
WP-step number

- Hour selection

Set the hour 00-23

- Minutes selection

Select from 00-59

* Set the OBJECT you want to activate at the programmed moment

1. Buzzer

0 = OFF
1 = ON

Number of beeps according to the signal duration


(step 51) - (1 - 12 beeps)
object number

2. Signal 1 (Enabling relay 1)

0 = OFF
1 = ON

Duration depends on the signal duration (step 51)

3. Future option

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4. Column/Line change (not for CP-3000)
Here you can programme to which column or line you want to move at the programmed
"moment".

0 = No columns/line change selected


1 = To max. number of columns
(1 horizontal line of your time card = 1 day)
= To max. number of lines
1 vertical column of your time card = 1 day)

5. Colour change :

0 = NO colour change
1 = change to BLACK colour printing
2 = change to RED colour printing

6. Index change : this will only appear for CP-3300

CP-3300
0 = no change for this step
1 = start the index counter
2 = stop the index counter

After all objects of a WP-step are set, the programmed moment for this WP-step starts flashing
ON/OFF. By pressing "yes" your data are stored and the next WP-step No. is shown.

YES : confirmation
NO : day selection of this WP-step is displayed again
: pressing this key, stops the weekly programming.
· ITEM 7 is selected.

CAUTION : * The time recorder will not store your programmed data, unless the BLINK ALL is
confirmed by pressing "YES".
* Up to 80 steps can be programmed.

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WEEKLY PROGRAM CHART

STEP MOMENT OBJECT


NO.
Days Time 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
Buzzer Signal 1 Future Column Colour Index
option line change
(*)
∆ ∆ ∆ ∆ ∆ ∆ ∆ 0 = OFF 0 = OFF 00 = no 0 = NO 0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 change
HH:MM 1 = ON 1 = ON 1 = BLACK 1
1-45
2 = RED 2
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

80

Note: Object 6 (Index change) only available for CP- 3300.


Note: Because the entry of the weekly-program is automatically sorted chronologically, programming can be done at random order.

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SETTING WEEKLY PROGRAM EXAMPLE

STEP MOMENT OBJECT


NO.
Days Time 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
Buzzer Signal 1 Future Column Colour Index
option line change
(*)
∆ ∆ ∆ ∆ ∆ ∆ ∆ 0 = OFF 0 = OFF 00 = no 0 = NO 0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 change
HH:MM 1 = ON 1 = ON 1 = BLACK 1
1-45
2 = RED 2
01
02
03

* Switch to program mode


* Press the *-key until Led 6 lights up
* The display shows

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CHANGING THE WEEKLY PROGRAM

To change your Weekly Program :

* First, do a program printout of your currently used program (Item 7, refer to page 31)
* Define the WP-step you want to change
* Select Item 6 (weekly program)
* Select the defined WP-step, by keeping the "YES"-key continuously pressed until the defined WP-
step number appears;
Pressing continuously the Yes-key : to go to the next WP-step
No -key : to go to the previous WP-step

e.g. If you want to change WP-step number 17, press "YES" continuously until this display
appears. So you do not have to go through each "MOMENT" and each "OBJECT" of all
steps up to WP-step 17.

* Change the WP-step data according to the normal set procedure


Be sure you go throughout the whole WP-step and press "YES" to the BLINK ALL.
Otherwise your modification is not stored into memory.
* After changing do a new program printout (Item 7), to check the new setting

HOW TO ADD A WP-STEP

* Do a program printout (Item 7)


* Check which is the last WP-step
* Select ITEM 6 (weekly program)
* Press the YES-key continuously until an empty WP-step appears
(WP-step no = last WP-step no. + 1)
* Set your data
* Do a new program printout. Check whether your WP-step is included

NOTE : The time recorder will sort your new WP-step into the old program chronologically.

HOW TO DELETE A WP-STEP

* Do a program printout (Item 7)


* Select the WP step you want to delete
* Then press "NO" to all days (Delete all triangles of this WP-step)
* Step No. and its "MOMENT" will start flashing on/off (BLINK ALL)
* Press "YES" to delete this WP-step
* Do a program printout to check

CAUTION: When you delete a WP-step the time recorder will shift the other WP-steps to fill in the
empty place.
e.g. After deleting WP-step no. 7, WP-step no. 8 will become WP-step no. 7

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ITEM 7 : PROGRAM PRINTOUT

By selecting this ITEM, you can :

* Check the settings of your time recorder

* Check your weekly program

Select " 1 "

Press "YES" to confirm and insert a time card

The time recorder will printout next information

If you have programmed one or more WP-steps, you can also get a printout of your Weekly Program
(item 6) settings. To get, insert another time card (or the reverse side). Every 16 WP-steps the time
recorder will throw out the time card. You can insert a new one to get the next 16 steps.

To stop the printout at any time, keep one of the keys pressed until the printing stops.

To leave this Program Printout item, press the * key or switch to normal mode.

For the Weekly Program example on page 29, you get following print-out (Automatically sorted
chronologically).

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LIST OF CARD TYPES
The digits (italics) correspond with the card types, as they can be selected for the CP-3300 series.
“The digits (non-italics) correspond CP–3200 except “card type 18.” “CARD TYPE 18” is for CP-3000 only. Refer the detail to
“step 35” on page 14.

CARD TYPE 1 : 7 lifts across the card, weekly CARD TYPE 2 : 7 lifts across the card, weekly
CARD TYPE 1

TWO BLOCKS

CARD TYPE 3 : 7 lifts across the card, weekly


CARD TYPE 4 : 14 lifts across the card, bi-weekly
CARD TYPE 2

TWO BLOCKS NDI TYPE

CARD TYPE 5 : 14 lifts across the card, bi- weekly CARD TYPE 6 : 14 lifts across the card, weekly

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LIST OF CARD TYPES(cont.)

CARD TYPE 7 : Amano standard card 15/16 lifts, monthly set CARD TYPE 8 : COTINI A card 31 lifts, monthly
CARD TYPE 3: blank line, CARD TYPE 4
thickness : 0.38 mm

CARD TYPE 10 : 16 lifts down/up weekly


CARD TYPE 9 : COTINI B card 31 lifts, monthly
CARD TYPE 5

CARD TYPE 11 : 22 lifts down/up, weekly CARD TYPE 12 : 16 lifts down/up, weekly

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LIST OF CARD TYPES(cont.)

TWO BLOCKS

CARD TYPE 13 : 22 lifts down/up, weekly CARD TYPE 14 : 16 lifts down/up, monthly set blank column
CARD TYPE 6

TWO BLOCKS TWO BLOCKS

CARD TYPE 15 : 22 lifts down/up, monthly set blank CARD TYPE 16 : 16 lifts down/up, bi-weekly
column CARD TYPE 7

CARD TYPE 17 : punch hole CARD TYPE 18 : clipper

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ADJUSTING FOR THE DIMENSIONS OF 'YOUR' TIME CARD

The card pocket width is pre-set for the


AMANO standard card type (card type 07)
However it can be adjusted from 66 to 107 mm

1. Disconnect the AC-power.


Remove the upper and the front case.
Refer to page 6, figures 1 & 2.
Switch to program mode.
Disconnect the battery. Page 6, fig 3.

2. To adjust the card pocket width, loosen


screw "a", insert the card into the card
pocket and adjust the width (allow 0.5 mm play).
Then tighten the screw.

3. Also loosen screw "b", insert the card and


adjust the width to the card width (allow
0.5 mm play). Then tighten the screw.

4. Card thickness adjustment


For thick and folded cards, adjust the
white dials "d" (on both side of the printer
platen) to the thickness of the card.
Preset for card thickness 0.38 mm.
Turn clockwise for more thin cards.
One click = 0.06 mm

ADJUSTING SMALL VARIATIONS OF THE CARD DIMENSIONS

Small differences in dimensions of your time card, compared to the standard CARD LIST TYPES, can be
adjusted.

* Horizontal variation (Side margin)

Select password "8" at step 31

Display will change to step 38

This value can be changed by pressing the "NO"-key


1 push = 0.25 mm (0.01 inch)

16 is standard value

From 17 ® 31 enlarging the side margin


01 ® 16 decreasing the side margin

* Vertical variation (Bottom margin)

Select password "9" at step 31


Adjusting way is the same as for horizontal

Remark : Use this feature only for SMALL variations. For more big adjustments, please contact your local dealer.

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CONNECTING THE EXTERNAL SIGNAL LINES

1. Disconnect the mains cord from the socket outlet.


2. Remove the upper case, using the case-key .
3. Remove the front case, loosening the two screws.
4. Fix the signal lines into the connectors CN7A, using a flat-head screwdriver. Use a double or
reinforced insulation wire for the connection towards CN7A (220-240V ~).
5. Clamp the signal lines using a cable clamp appropriate to your cable thickness.

CN7A
Wiring diagram of the signal lines

► Contact output : Dry contact output (make contact)

► Contact capacity

AC resistance load 250V, 0.5A or less


AC inductance load 250V, 0.5A or less
DC load 24V, 0.25A or less

► Signal circuit : 1 circuit

► Install the appropriate surge absorbers on the signal unit side

SLAVE CLOCK

When CP-3x00 is used as "slave" clock, the built-in clock receives time signals from a master clock. The
input signal must be of 12 or 24 VDC (SELV), with a pulse width of 1 - 3 seconds.
In the same way as above fix the slave lines to connector CN2 left side of CN7A). Use a basic insulation wire
for the connection towards connector CN2 (12VDC or 24VDC).

CN2 SLAVE

For more details, please contact your local dealer.

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WALL MOUNTING

1. Disconnect the mains cord from the socket outlet.

2. Remove the upper case.


Remove the upper screws on top.
Slide the back plate downwards and Two screws
remove it.

3. Affix the back plate to the wall with Back


three screws. plate

4. Put the bottom of the machine on A and B


let the hooks B fit into the slots in
the side panels. Fasten to the back
plate with the screws mentioned in 2.

Desktop installation

* Install the time recorder on a level surface

FUSE

When the fuse is blown and you want to insert a time card, is displayed. Punching is not
possible any more (programmed data are not lost).
To avoid fire hazard, use only a fuse of the correct type, voltage rating, current rating and breaking
capacity as specified by the manufacturer:
250V T2A ( Time Lag) with a breaking capacity of 20A.

To replace the fuse :

* Disconnect the mains cord


from the socket outlet
* Remove the upper and
front case
* Disconnect the battery
connector
* Replace the fuse
* Re-connect the battery
* Mount the frontcase
* Set the correct date and
time for your time recorder
* Mount the upper case
* Connect the mains cord
into the socket outlet Fuse

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REPLACING THE RIBBON CASSETTE

1. Disconnect the mains cord from the socket outlet


2. Remove the upper case
3. Switch to program-mode DISPLAY BRACKET
4. Turn the display bracket
upwards

5. Remove the cassette

Ribbon holders Handle

As shown in the figure above, pull the ribbon holders towards you and, holding them there, pull out
the cassette.

6. Insert a new cassette

Correctly insert a new cassette between the


Ribbon guide ribbon guide and the dot printer head
Printer head
Push the cassette head until it clicks into
Knob
place. Turn the knob clockwise to remove
any slackness in the ribbon.

7. Turn the display bracket downwards until it clicks


8. Switch to normal mode
9. Close the upper case
10 Plug the power cord into the AC-outlet.

NOTE : The ribbon should be replaced:

* When the imprint on your time card becomes too weak

* When is displayed (see error codes p. 39 - 40)

(especially for CP - 3000 and CP - 3200)

AMANO CP-3000 AEB-122513 Page : 38


ERROR CODES

* Beeps

When using your time recorder, some "beeps" can start sounding. They have the following variety in
duration with a corresponding meaning.

1. Very long beep: card detected at card detect sensor, but card disappeared before
feeding, or card is too short.

2. Long beeps: line or column already FULL. Can not print any more on this line or
column.

3. Short beeps: front/back warning. Card wrongly inserted.

Continuous BEEP when the LCD-board is not connected.

* Error codes

These error codes will be displayed on the L.C.D.

e.g.

There are "9" different codes possible.

After the first "5" codes have been displayed, the time recorder will return to its normal appearance.

For error codes 6...9. Please solve the problem. Then press any of the keys. The time recorder will
restart.

These are the ERROR codes which can appear on the DISPLAY:

* The time recorder will display the error code and return to normal operation

: - Date not correctly programmed (leap year error for date)

: - BAD ribbon. Please replace by a NEW one


- No ribbon at all inside machine
- Wrong colour is active

: - Error detected by the PUSH/PULL detection system :

* During feeding into the machine of the card


* During the moving of the printermotor
(during moving,printing or sensing cycles)

AMANO CP-3000 AEB-122513 Page : 39


: NOT Available for CP-3000 models

- The imprint size you selected is too large for the column width size of your time card

* The imprint-size you selected at ITEM 4, can not be printed inside the column width of your
timecard.The time recorder will adapt its way of printing,according to the time card.Please
change the programmed data.

The time recorder will automatically adapt as follows :

Programmed imprint
Date will be omitted
Hour imprint is 90° turned.

* The column pitch is < 5 mm, programmed for a non consecutive card (It should be at
least 5 mm)
* The column pitch is < 8 mm, programmed for a consecutive card (The column pitch should
be at least 8 mm)

: - The Weekly Program is NOT cleared after the selection of a NEW cardtype. You should
BETTER clear the Weekly Program before selecting another cardtype.

: - The number of imprints have reached their MAXIMUM amount.


When you print too much within a short time, the machine will refuse to accept NEW cards.
Take out your time card and please wait for 10 minutes.
This is a temperature protection to prevent OVERHEAT of the motors.

* The machine will NOT return to its NORMAL functions (Err6 ...Err9)
It will continue with displaying this error.
You must SOLVE the problem before restarting.
To RESTART the machine you can press any of the keys.

: - Card inside the machine. The machine can NOT flush out this card.The card is detected
by the Front/Back sensors, but not between the ROLLERS (can not be flushed out)

: - The fuse of the battery is blown (fuse blow out)


- The battery is NOT or badly connected
- The battery is BAD, it can not deliver enough power
(Replace your battery)

: - Contact your local dealer

: - Not possible to read/write correctly from/to the Eeprom

: - Battery power is too low. Check the AC-connection.


See page 6.

NOTE : When you insert a card into the time recorder, but do not allow it to flush out the card, NO
error code is displayed. Wait for a minute change on the display or press one of the keys.
The time recorder will retry.

AMANO CP-3000 AEB-122513 Page : 40


TROUBLESHOOTING

SYMPTOM CAUSE SOLUTION

Card doesn’t go in Power failure Wait until power is restored

The Plug is disconnected Insert the plug firmly into the outlet

You pushed the card in too far or Reinsert it


Pulled it out to soon
(display shows : )

A beep sounds and there is The card was not inserted properly Reinsert it
No printing

See page 39 The column or line is already full. Take another card
No more print space

The date is wrong Too long power failure (more than 72 hours) Allow the time recorder 24 hours to
Charge the battery. Then reinitialise

Light printing The ribbon is old Replace the cassette

The cassette was improperly Reinsert it


Inserted

is displayed Replace the cassette

Printing in wrong place The setting(s) for the start date, etc. are Refer to item 3 or item 6
incorrect

The time card was inserted or taken out Make sure that the time card is
incorrectly Handled correctly

The card dimensions are not correct Check your time card and adjust
See p 35

Minutes indication is If used as slave function. The time recorder Check the connections
blinking does not receive master pulses

LED is blinking AC-power failure. The time recorder Plug in the AC -power
(colon doesn’t blink) works on battery power

* Do not disassemble or lubricate the time recorder

AMANO CP-3000 AEB-122513 Page : 41


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