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Digitax F2 Taximeter User Manual




Digitax F2 Taximeter User Manual


Digitax F2 Taximeter User Manual




The Digitax F2 taximeter is a device that calculates and displays the fare for a taxi ride. It can also print receipts, store statistics, and communicate with other devices. The Digitax F2 taximeter is designed to be easy to use and extremely powerful. It has 429 programmable parameters that can be customized to suit any tariff system. This article will provide an overview of the Digitax F2 taximeter and its features, as well as some instructions on how to install, program, and operate it.


Features of the Digitax F2 Taximeter




The Digitax F2 taximeter has the following features :


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  • A large LCD display that shows the fare, distance, time, tariff, extras, and other information.



  • A thermal printer that can print receipts, statistics, and diagnostic reports.



  • A real-time clock that can automatically adjust the time and date according to the GPS signal.



  • A movement sensor that can detect the speed and direction of the vehicle.



  • A serial port that can connect to a mobile data terminal, a GPS receiver, a credit card reader, or other devices.



  • A memory that can store up to 2000 trips and 1000 shifts.



  • A backup battery that can preserve the data and settings in case of power failure.



  • A sealable cover that protects the programming keys and prevents unauthorized access.




How to Install the Digitax F2 Taximeter




The Digitax F2 taximeter can be installed in different ways depending on the vehicle and the preferences of the user. The following steps are general guidelines for installing the Digitax F2 taximeter :



  • Choose a suitable location for the taximeter inside the vehicle. It should be visible to both the driver and the passenger, and not interfere with the airbags or other safety devices.



  • Connect the power supply wires to the vehicle's battery or fuse box. Use a 2A fuse for each wire. The black wire is positive (+) and the brown wire is negative (-).



  • Connect the car lights switch wire to the vehicle's lights circuit. This wire is used to activate the night tariff or dim the display when the lights are on.



  • Connect the movement sensor to the taximeter. The movement sensor can be either a mechanical transducer or an electronic pulse generator. The transducer should be attached to the transmission or differential of the vehicle. The pulse generator should be connected to the speedometer or odometer cable.



  • Connect any optional devices to the taximeter. The taximeter has a serial port that can communicate with various devices such as a mobile data terminal, a GPS receiver, a credit card reader, or a roof sign. Refer to the manuals of these devices for more details on how to connect them.



  • Fix the taximeter to the vehicle using screws, velcro, or double-sided tape. Make sure that the taximeter is stable and secure.



  • Seal the taximeter using a plastic disk, a sealing screw, and a sealing bush. This prevents unauthorized tampering with the programming keys and settings.




How to Program the Digitax F2 Taximeter




The Digitax F2 taximeter can be programmed using four keys located under the sealable cover. These keys are used to enter and exit the programming mode, select and modify parameters, and confirm changes. The programming mode allows the user to customize various aspects of the taximeter such as tariffs, extras, currency, printer, clock, memory, etc. The programming mode is divided into 63 blocks of parameters that correspond to different functions of the taximeter .


To enter the programming mode, follow these steps:



  • Make sure that the taximeter is in FOR HIRE mode and no trip is in progress.



  • Open the sealable cover and press K1 and K4 simultaneously for 3 seconds. The display will show "PROG" and the block number.



  • Use K1 and K4 to select the desired block of parameters. The display will show the block number and the parameter number.



  • Use K2 and K3 to select the desired parameter within the block. The display will show the parameter number and the current value.



  • Use K2 and K3 to modify the value of the parameter. The display will show the parameter number and the new value.



  • Press K1 to confirm the change and move to the next parameter. The display will show "OK" and then the next parameter number and value.



  • Repeat steps 4 to 6 until all the parameters in the block are modified as desired.



  • Press K4 to exit the block and move to the next block. The display will show "END" and then the next block number and parameter number.



  • Repeat steps 3 to 8 until all the blocks are programmed as desired.



  • Press K1 and K4 simultaneously for 3 seconds to exit the programming mode. The display will show "END" and then return to FOR HIRE mode.




To exit the programming mode without saving any changes, press K2 and K3 simultaneously for 3 seconds. The display will show "ESC" and then return to FOR HIRE mode.


How to Operate the Digitax F2 Taximeter




The Digitax F2 taximeter can operate in four modes: FOR HIRE, HIRED, STOPPED, and PAID. These modes indicate the status of the taxi ride and affect how the taximeter calculates and displays the fare. The user can switch between these modes using two keys located on the front panel of the taximeter: K1 (HIRE/STOP) and K2 (EXTRA/PRINT). These keys are also used to activate other functions such as extras, receipts, statistics, etc .


The following table summarizes the main features of each mode:




Mode


Description


Display


K1 Function


K2 Function




FOR HIRE


The taximeter is ready for a new trip. No fare is calculated or displayed.


The word "FOR HIRE" or a symbol (F) flashes on the display.


HIRE: Switches to HIRED mode and starts a new trip.


EXTRA: Adds an extra charge to the fare (if enabled).




HIRED


The taximeter is calculating and displaying the fare for a trip in progress. The fare is based on the distance, time, tariff, and extras.


The fare amount is shown on the display. The tariff number or symbol (T) is also shown if there are multiple tariffs.


STOP: Switches to STOPPED mode and stops calculating the fare based on distance. The fare is still calculated based on time.


EXTRA: Adds an extra charge to the fare (if enabled).




STOPPED


The taximeter is displaying the final fare for a trip that has ended. The fare is no longer calculated based on distance or time.


The final fare amount is shown on the display. The word "STOPPED" or a symbol (S) flashes on the display.


HIRE: Switches to HIRED mode and resumes calculating the fare based on distance and time. This can be used to extend a trip or correct a mistake.


PRINT: Prints a receipt for the trip (if enabled).




PAID


The taximeter is displaying a message that indicates that the trip has been paid. The fare is no longer displayed or printed.


The word "PAID" or a symbol (P) flashes on the display.


HIRE: Switches to FOR HIRE mode and resets the taximeter for a new trip.


N/A: No function.




How to Access the Statistics and Reports of the Digitax F2 Taximeter




The Digitax F2 taximeter can store and print various statistics and reports that provide useful information about the taxi activity. These statistics and reports include:


  • The total number and amount of trips, extras, and receipts.



  • The average distance, time, and fare per trip.



  • The daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly summaries of the taxi activity.



  • The diagnostic report that shows the status and errors of the taximeter and its connected devices.



To access the statistics and reports of the Digitax F2 taximeter, follow these steps:


  • Make sure that the taximeter is in FOR HIRE mode and no trip is in progress.



  • Press K2 (EXTRA/PRINT) for 3 seconds. The display will show "STAT" and the report number.



  • Use K1 (HIRE/STOP) and K2 (EXTRA/PRINT) to select the desired report. The display will show the report number and a brief description.



  • Press K1 (HIRE/STOP) to print the selected report. The display will show "PRINT" and then return to FOR HIRE mode.



To exit the statistics and reports mode without printing any report, press K2 (EXTRA/PRINT) for 3 seconds. The display will show "ESC" and then return to FOR HIRE mode.


Conclusion




The Digitax F2 taximeter is a versatile and powerful device that can meet the needs of any taxi operator. It can calculate and display the fare for any tariff system, print receipts and statistics, communicate with other devices, and store data in its memory. The Digitax F2 taximeter is also easy to install, program, and operate using its keys and display. By following this user manu


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