Casio 130CR User`s manual

130CR
Electronic Cash Register
130CR-S
130CR-M
User's Manual
START-UP is QUICK and EASY!
Simple to use!
4 departments and 100 PLUs
Automatic Tax Calculations
Calculator function
EU
DI
UK
GM
INTRODUCTION
Thank you very much for purchasing this CASIO electronic cash register.
START-UP is QUICK and EASY!
Part-1 of this User's Manual can help you make a quick start.
Once you have mastered the QUICK START operations, you will undoubtedly want to
expand your use of this machine by studying other sections of Part-2.
Original Carton/Package
Power Supply
If for any reason, this product is to be returned to the store
where purchased, it must be packed in the original carton/
package.
Your cash register is designed to operate on standard household current (120V, 220V, 230V or 240V; 50/60Hz). Do not
overload the outlet by plugging in too many appliances.
Location
Cleaning
Locate the Cash register on a flat, stable surface, away from
heaters or areas exposed to direct sunlight, humidity or dust.
Clean the cash register exterior with a soft cloth which has
been moistened with a solution of a mild neutral detergent
and water, and wrung out.
Be sure that the cloth is thoroughly wrung out to avoid
damage to the printer.
Never use paint thinner, benzene, or other volatile solvents.
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INTRODUCTION
Safety precautions
• To use this product safely and correctly, read this manual thoroughly and operate as instructed.
After reading this guide, keep it close at hand for easy reference.
Please keep all informations for future reference.
• Always observe the warnings and cautions indicated on the product.
About the icons
In this guide various icons are used to highlight safe operation of this product and to prevent injury to the
operator and other personnel and also to prevent damage to property and this product. The icons and
definitions are given below.
Indicates that there is a risk of severe injury or death if used incorrectly.
Indicates that injury or damage may result if used incorrectly.
Icon examples
To bring attention to risks and possible damage, the following types of icons are used.
The
symbol indicates that it includes some symbol for attracting attention (including warning). In this triangle
the actual type of precautions to be taken (electric shock, in this case) is indicated.
The symbol indicates a prohibited action. In this symbol the actual type of prohibited actions (disassembly, in
this case) will be indicated.
The
symbol indicates a restriction. In this symbol the type of actual restriction (removal of the power plug
from an outlet, in this case) is indicated.
Warning!
Handling the register
Should the register malfunction, start to emit smoke or a strange odor, or otherwise behave abnormally,
immediately shut down the power and unplug the AC plug from the power outlet. Continued use
creates the danger of fire and electric shock.
• Contact CASIO service representative.
Do not place containers of liquids near the register and do not allow any foreign matter to get into it.
Should water or other foreign matter get into the register, immediately shut down the power and unplug
the AC plug from the power outlet. Continued use creates the danger of short circuit, fire and electric
shock.
• Contact CASIO service representative.
Should you drop the register and damage it, immediately shut down the power and unplug the AC plug
from the power outlet. Continued use creates the danger of short circuit, fire and electric shock.
• Attempting to repair the register yourself is extremely dangerous. Contact CASIO service representative.
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INTRODUCTION
Warning!
Never try to take the register apart or modify it in any way. High-voltage components inside the register
create the danger of fire and electric shock.
• Contact CASIO service representative for all repair and maintenance.
Power plug and AC outlet
Use only a proper AC electric outlet. Use of an outlet with a different voltage from the rating creates the
danger of malfunction, fire, and electric shock. Overloading an electric outlet creates the danger of
overheating and fire.
Make sure the power plug is inserted as far as it will go. Loose plugs create the danger of electric
shock, overheating, and fire.
• Do not use the register if the plug is damaged. Never connect to a power outlet that is loose.
Use a dry cloth to periodically wipe off any dust built up on the prongs of the plug. Humidity can cause
poor insulation and create the danger of electric shock and fire if dust stays on the prongs.
Do not allow the power cord or plug to become damaged, and never try to modify them in any way.
Continued use of a damaged power cord can cause deterioration of the insulation, exposure of internal
wiring, and short circuit, which creates the danger of electric shock and fire.
• Contact CASIO service representative whenever the power cord or plug requires repair or maintenance.
Caution!
Do not place the register on an unstable or uneven surface. Doing so can cause the register —
especially when the drawer is open — to fall, creating the danger of malfunction, fire, and electric
shock.
Do not place the register in the following areas.
• Areas where the register will be subject to large amounts of humidity or dust, or directly exposed to hot or
cold air.
• Areas exposed to direct sunlight, in a close motor vehicle, or any other area subject to very high
temperatures.
The above conditions can cause malfunction, which creates the danger of fire.
Do not overlay bend the power cord, do not allow it to be caught between desks or other furniture, and
never place heavy objects on top of the power cord. Doing so can cause short circuit or breaking of the
power cord, creating the danger of fire and electric shock.
Be sure to grasp the plug when unplugging the power cord from the wall outlet. Pulling on the cord can
damage it, break the wiring, or cause short, creating the danger of fire and electric shock.
Never touch the plug while your hands are wet. Doing so creates the danger of electric shock. Pulling
on the cord can damage it, break the wiring, or cause short, creating the danger of fire and electric
shock.
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Contents
Getting to know your cash register ...........................................................................................................
Daily Job Flow ...........................................................................................................................................
Part-1
6
8
QUICK START OPERATION .........................................................
9
(You can operate this ECR on a basic level by reading the following sections)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Initialization ......................................................................................................................................
To Select the Date Format and Monetary Mode ..............................................................................
Loading Paper ..................................................................................................................................
Basic Programming for QUICK START – TIME/DATE ....................................................................
Basic Operation after Basic Programming .......................................................................................
Daily Management Report ...............................................................................................................
Part-2
CONVENIENT OPERATION ..........................................................
9
9
10
11
13
17
19
(Please keep these sections to expand your use.)
1.
2.
Various Programming ......................................................................................................................
Various Operations ..........................................................................................................................
Part-3
1.
Calculator Mode ...............................................................................................................................
Part-4
1.
2.
CALCULATOR FUNCTION ............................................................
USEFUL INFORMATION ...............................................................
Troubleshooting ...............................................................................................................................
Specifications ...................................................................................................................................
19
30
36
36
38
38
38
Before you start
User’s manual
Take-up reel
Drawer keys (2)
Keyboard
Operator display
Roll paper
Multipurpose tray
(only for M drawer)
Drawer
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Getting to know your cash register
Getting to know your cash register
Z
X
The position of the Mode Switch controls the type of operations you can perform on the cash
register.
CA
L
RE
G
OFF
M
OFF
●
REG
●
CAL X
● ●
Z
●
PG
RF
PGM RF
● ●
OFF
In this position, the power of the cash register is off.
Note:
An error is generated
(E01 displayed)
whenever the position
of the Mode Switch is
changed during
registration.
REG (Register)
This is the position used for registration of normal transactions.
RF (Refund)
This is the position used for registration of refunds.
CAL (Calculator)
This is the position used for calculator mode.
PGM (Programming)
This is the position used to program the cash register to suit the needs of your store.
X (Read)
This is the position used to produce reports of daily sales totals without clearing the totals.
Z (Reset)
This is the position used to produce reports of daily sales totals. This setting clears the totals.
Display
$
!
#
12#45&78
@
! Department Number Display
Anytime you press a department key to register a unit price,
the corresponding department number appears here.
@ PLU Number Display
Anytime you perform a PLU registration, the corresponding
PLU number appears here.
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# Number of Repeat Display
Anytime you perform “repeat registration” (page 13), the
number of repeats appears here.
Note that only one digit is displayed for the number of
repeats.
$ Numeric Display
Entered values (unit prices or quantities) and calculated
values (subtotals, totals or change amount due) are displayed here. The capacity of the display is 8 digits.
This part of the display can be used to show the current time
or date between registrations (page 32).
Getting to know your cash register
Keyboard
!
FEED
*
@×
DATE
TIME
#
AC
$–—
C
%
ERR.
CORR PLU
7
8
9
)
÷
4
5
6
×
1
3
(
0 00 .
2
−
+
^
%
&
#
NS
Q
4
3
W
RA PO
MR
E R
CH
CHK
T
2
SUB TOTAL
Y
1
=
CA AMT
TEND
Certain keys have two functions; one for register mode and one for calculator mode.
In this manual, we will refer to specific keys as noted below to make the operations as easy to understand as possible:
Register Mode
! l
Feed Key
R m
@ h
Multiplication/Date Time Key
T o Subtotal Key
# y
Clear Key
Y p Cash Amount Tendered Key
$ g
Minus/Error Correction Key
% i
PLU (Price Look Up) key
^ x
# t
AC Key
Percent Key
& n
^ x
Percent Key
Reference Number/No Sale Key
* ?Z~>, '
Calculator Mode
Drawer Open key
* ?Z~>, '
Numeric Keys and 2-zero key
( "
)
Numeric Keys and 2-zero key
" Decimal key
) qwer
(
Decimal key
asdf
Department Keys
Q .
Received On Account Key
W ]
Paid Out Key
E u
Charge Key
Check Key
Arithmetic Operation Keys
Q /
Memory Recall key
Y p Equal Key
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Daily Job Flow
Daily Job Flow
Before Opening The Store
1.
2.
3.
4.
Plugged in?
Enough Roll Paper?
Date and Time is correct?
Enough small change in the drawer?
While The Store Is Open
1. Registrations.
2. Issuing latest daily sales total if needed.
(Generating report by Mode Switch to
X position.)
After Closing The Store
1. Issuing Daily Sales Total.
(Resetting report by Mode Switch to Z
position.)
2. Picking up money in the drawer.
3. Turn the Mode Switch to OFF.
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Part-1
Part-1
1.
QUICK START OPERATION
Initialization / Loading Memory Protection Battery
Important
You must initialize
the Cash register.
◗ To initialize the cash register
1.
2.
3.
4.
Set the Mode Switch to OFF.
Plug the power cord of the cash register into an AC outlet.
Load the memory protection batteries.
Set the Mode Switch to REG.
Note: To prevent to lose all of your settings and sales data, we reccomend you to install the
memory protection batteries.
◗ To load the memory protection batteries
1. Remove the printer cover.
2. Open the battery compartment cover.
3. Load 3 new UM-3, R6P (SUM-3) or LR6 (AM-3) type batteries into the
compartment. Be sure that the plus (+) and minus (–) ends of each battery are
facing in the directions indicated by the illustrations inside the battery compartment (Figure 1).
4. Slide the memory protection battery compartment cover back into place.
5. Replace the printer paper and printer cover.
(Figure 1)
REPLACE MEMORY PROTECTION BATTERIES AT LEAST ONCE EVERY YEAR.
2.
To Select the Date Format and Monetary Mode
You can select the date format and Monetary mode after initialization depending on the requirements in your area.
Default date format is Day/Month/Year.
Default Monetary Mode is Add 2.
Z? p
o
1. Set the Mode Switch to PGM.
2. Press the following keys.
P3 appears in mode
display
Program set code number
Select numbers from
lists A and B
▲
Example:
Change the date format to Month/
Co
Day/Year, and change Monetary mode
to Add 0.
?ZXX o
(To end the setting)
Date Format Selections
?
Z A
X
Year/Month/Day
Month/Day/Year
Day/Month/Year
Monetary Mode Selections
Add 0 (0.
)
Add 1 (0.0
)
Add 2 (0.00 )
?
Z B
X
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Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION
3.
Loading Paper Roll And Replacing The Printer’s Ink Roll
& Press the l key to take up any
Mode Switch to REG
& Remove the core of the paper.
slack in the paper.
Z
* Replace the printer cover by placing
X
CA
the cover’s front tab into the register’s groove.
L
* Load new paper following the in-
1. To load journal paper
structions above, and replace the
printer cover.
! Remove the printer cover by lifting
up the back.
2. To remove journal paper
! Remove the printer cover following
@
@ Put a roll of journal paper into the
#
#
the instructions above.
Press the l key until approximately 20cm of the paper is fed from
the printer.
Cut off the roll paper.
holder.
Cut the leading end of the roll paper
with scissors and insert the paper
into the inlet.
Default printer setting is for Journal.
To print receipts, please refer to 1-7-3
on page 24 to switch the printer for
Receipt or Journal.
◗ To load receipt paper
! To use the printer to print receipts,
@
#
Mode Switch to OFF
Z
printer and take off the left plate of
the reel.
Remove the journal paper from the
take-up reel.
L
CA
RE
G
OFF
RF
PG
$ Press the l key until 20 or 30 cm
X
$ Remove the take-up reel from the
%
follow steps 1 through 4 of “To load
journal paper”.
Pass the leading end of the receipt
paper through the printer cover’s paper outlet and replace the printer
cover.
Tear off any excess paper.
M
RF
F
OF
PGM
REG
of paper is fed from the printer.
% Roll the paper onto the take-up reel
a few turns.
◗ To replace the ink roll
! Remove the printer cover.
@ Lift up the tab on the ink roll marked
“PULL UP”.
^ Cut off the paper left in the printer
and press the l key until the
remaining paper is fed out from the
printer.
^ Set the left plate of the take-up reel
and place the reel into the register.
# Install a new Ink Roll and press it
$
Options:
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Roll paper – P-5860
Ink Roll – IR-40
%
down firmly but gently until it snaps
into place.
Replace the printer cover onto the
cash register.
Press the n key to check for
correct operation.
Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION
Mode Switch
X
Z
Part-1
RF
CAL
O
REG
FF
4. Basic Programming for QUICK START
PGM
Procedure
Purpose
Programming
1. Turn the mode switch to PGM position.
2. Press the following keys to set the current time.
Example: 13:18 PM = 1318
• Enter 4 digits
• 24-hour time format
Zo
ZCZ<h
y
Minutes
Time
P appears in mode display
Setting the current
time
(to end the time setting)
3. Press the following keys to set the current date.
Example: January 8, 2005 = 050108
Zo
?B?Z?< h
y
Year
Day
Month
P appears in mode display
Setting the current
date
(to end the date setting)
• Enter 6 digits
• Enter last 2 digits for year set. (2006 → 06)
4. You can set only one tax calculation system – either an add-on or an add-in depending on the
laws in your area. Press the following keys to set the tax rate.
Example: Set tax rate 1 as 5.25% and tax rate 2 as 10%.
Co
?ZXB o
B"XB p
B??C p
o
?XXB o
Z? p
B??C p
o
P3 appears in mode display
Program set code No. for tax rate 1
Setting the Tax rate
5.25% tax rate
50 for Round off and 03 for VAT (Value Added Tax)
– Add In
Program set code No. for tax rate 2
10% tax rate
50 for Round off and 03 for VAT (Value Added Tax)
– Add In
(to end the setting)
• See page 26 to specify the tax system and rounding for details.
5. Press the following keys to preset tax status of departments.
Tax status for the Departments are fixed as Non-taxable.
Example: Set Departments 1 and 2 as taxable status 1.
Zo
.as o
P appears in mode display
Setting the status of
Departments
• See page 19 to change the fixed tax status.
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Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION
Procedure
Purpose
6. For the Euro only
6-1. Press the following keys to define the main currency/print out currency of the subtotal.
Co
XVXX o
Zp
P3 appears in mode display
Euro Status
o
(to end the setting)
Euro status
(1) Main currency = Local, Print out subtotal = Local: ?
(2) Main currency = Euro, Print out subtotal = Euro : Z
(3) Main currency = Local, Print out subtotal = Both: X
(4) Main currency = Euro, Print out subtotal = Both : C
Setting the Euro
6-2. Press the following keys to set the currency exchange rate against the Euro.
Co
Z>>> o
Z>MMC p
Exchange rate
(up to 6 digits)
P3 appears in mode display
Decimal position
o (to end the setting)
Example: (Exchange rate and decimal position)
Currency exchange rate = 1 Euro in local currency
1 Euro = 1.95583 DM :
Z>BB<CB
Procedure
For Australia only.
You can set some programmable options to suit the Australian GST by the following procedure.
1. Turn the mode switch to Z position.
2. Press the following keys to program.
?Z?ZX??Zop
If you want to cancel this operation, press o instead of p.
Procedure
For the Euro only.
You can restrict the registable currency to the Euro only by the following procedure.
1. Turn the mode switch to Z position.
2. Issue all reset report including periodic data.
3. Press the following keys to set.
?Z?MX??Xop
If you want to cancel this operation, press o instead of p.
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Purpose
Setting the
Australian GST
Purpose
Restricting the
currency (Euro)
Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION
Mode Switch REG
Basic Operation after Basic Programming
Z
5.
X
Part-1
CA
Note:
L
Whenever an error is generated (E01 displayed), the input figures reset to 0.
RF
F
OF
Printout
Operation
n
••••••••••
Z??a
•1•00
5-1 Open the drawer
without a sale
5-2 Basic operation
Example
Unit Price
Unit Price
Quantity
1
Dept.
1
N — No Sale Symbol
¡ — Unit Price/Department No.
Department 1
o
B??p
$1.00
PGM
REG
•1•00 S
•5•00 C
— Subtotal
•4•00 G
— Change Amount Due
— Cash Amount Tendered
Cash amount tendered
Cash Amount
tendered
$5.00
5-3 Multiple registration
of the same items
Z?? a
Unit Price
Department 1
a
Ch
Example
Unit Price
$1.00
$1.35
Quantity
2
3
Dept.
1
2
Quantity
•1•00
¡
•1•00
3
¡ — Repeat
X — Multiplication Symbol
•1•35
•4•05
@ — Unit Price Symbol
™ — Department No.
Multiple key
ZCB s
o
p
•6•05 C
Note that repeat registration can be used with unit prices up to 6 digits long.
5-4 Charge sales
Example
Unit Price
$1.00
$2.00
$3.00
Quantity
1
1
1
Dept.
1
2
1
Z?? a
X?? s
C?? a
o
u
•1•00
•2•00
¡
™
•3•00
¡
•6•00 H
— Charge Sales
Charge key
You cannot perform the amount tendered operation using the u key.
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Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION
Printout
Operation
5-5 Split cash/
charge sales
Example
Unit Price
$2.00 $3.00
$4.00
Quantity
1
1
1
Dept.
1
2
1
Cash
Amount
tendered
X?? a
C?? s
V?? a
o
B?? p
u
$5.00
5-6 Corrections
5-6-1 Before you press
a department key
•2•00
¡
•3•00
•4•00
™
1
•9•00 S
•5•00 C — Cash Amount Tendered
•4•00 H — Charge Sales
Corrections can be made while you are registering the item (before you press a department
key), or after it has already been registered into the memory (by pressing a department
key).
y key clears the last item entered.
Printout
Operation
Example
1. Entered 400 for unit price
by mistake instead of
100.
V?? y
Wrong entry
•1•00
¡
5
•2•00
X
@
•10•00
™
10
•1•05
X
@
•10•50
£
Clears the last item entered.
Z?? a
Correct entry
2. Entered unit price first
instead of quantity and
then pressed h.
Registered Department 1
X?? h
Unit price
Multiplication
y
Clears the last item entered.
Bh
Quantity Multiplication
X?? s
Unit price
3. Entered 150 for unit
price by mistake instead
of 105.
Registered Department 2
Z? h
Quantity
Multiplication
ZB? y
Wrong entry
Clears the last item entered.
Z? h
Quantity
Z?B d
Correct entry
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Registered Department 3
Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION
Mode Switch REG
Z
X
Part-1
CA
L
RF
F
OF
Printout
Operation
5-6-2 After you pressed
a department key
Example
1. Entered unit price 550 by
mistake instead of 505
and pressed a department
key.
PGM
REG
, key cancels the last registered item.
BB? a
Wrong entry
,
•5•50
¡
-5•50 V
•5•05
¡
Cancels the last item registered.
B?B a
Correct entry
2. Entered unit price 220 by
mistake instead of 230
and pressed a department
key.
Registered Department 1
Ch
Quantity
Multiplication
XX? s
Wrong entry
,
Cancels the last item registered.
3
•2•20
X
@
•6•60
™
-6•60 V
3
•2•30
X
@
•6•90
™
Ch
XC? s
Correct entry
Registered Department 2
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Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION
Mode Switch REG
Z
X
CA
L
5-7-1 Registering with
currency exchange
RF
F
OF
PGM
REG
Display
Operation
Example
Unit Price
2.00
Quantity
3
Dept.
1
Cash Amount
Tendered
Rate
Euro 15.00
1Euro = 0.5 Fr
Main currency
Local (Fr)
Printout of ST
Both currencies
Ch
X?? G
]
o
1200E
.
Pressing ] before subtotal converts
the subtotal amount into the Euro.
ZB'
]
1500E
.
Pressing ] after amount tendered
converts the amount into the Euro. *1
p
150
.
Press p to finalize the transaction.
The change amount in the main
currency is shown on the display. *2
p
3.00E
You can switch the currency of change
amount repeatedly by pressing the
p key.
*1 If the payment is the same as the subtotal amount, you can omit this operation.
Press p key directly after the subtotal.
*2 If the payment is less than the subtotal amount, the cash register specifies it as a
partial payment and shows the balance in the main currency on the display.
Printout
3
X
•2•00
•6•00
@
¡
•6•00 S
— Subtotal in the main currency
e12•00
@ — Subtotal after conversion
e15•00 C — Payment in the Euro
@
•7•50 C
— Payment after conversion
•1•50 G — Change in the main currency
e3•00
@ — Change in the sub currency
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Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION
6.
Daily Management Report
Part-1
This section tells you the procedures to use to produce reports of the transaction data stored in the
cash register's memory.
Important
Remember that when you issue a reset (Z) report, the data that is reported is cleared from the
applicable totalizers. To view data without clearing totalizers, issue a read (X) report.
6-1 Financial Report
Printout
Operation
Mode Switch
h
Z
08-01-05
12-35#0085
— Date
— Time/Consecutive No.
X
PG
RF
RE
G
OFF
X — Read Symbol
M
L
CA
158 *
•16676•48 *
46 n
— Gross Sales No. of items
— Gross Sales Amount
— Net Sales No. of Customers
•16675•99 n — Net Sales Amount
•16518•99 C# — Cash Total in Drawer
•92•00 H# — Charge Total in Drawer
•70•00 *K — Check Total in Drawer
6-2 General Control
Read/Reset
Report
6-2-1 Daily Read/Reset
Report
Mode Switch to
Printout
Operation
Z (Reset) report
08-01-05
p
0001
— Time/Consecutive No.
Non-resettable No. of
Z—
Resets/RESET Symbol *1
X
48
•166•94
(Read)
Mode Switch to
— Date
19-35#0086
Z
p
¡ — No. of Items/Dept. No.
— Amount
61
•1259•15
™
44
•15175•39
£
5
•75•00
¢
158 *
•16676•48 *
— Gross Sales No. of Items
— Gross Sales Amount
(Reset )
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Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION
•1•40
- — Reduction Amount
•0•91 %+ — Premium/Discount Amount
•1182•64
T — Taxable Amount for Tax Rate 1
•62•07 t — Tax Amount for Tax Rate 1
•167•45 *T — Taxable Amount for Tax Rate 2
•16•75 t™ — Tax Amount for Tax Rate 2
46 n
•16675•99 n
— Net Sales No. of Customers
— Net Sales Amount
47 C
— Cash Sales Count
•16513•99 C
4 H
— Cash Sales Amount
— Charge Sales Count
•92•00 H — Charge Sales Amount
1
K — Check Sales Count
•70•00
K — Check Sales Amount
•15•00 R
•10•00 P
— Received On Account Amount
— Paid Out Amount
4 V
1 r
— Error Correction Count
— Refnd Mode Count
•3•00 r — Refund Mode Amount
16 CX — No. of p key operation
1
N — No sale Count
•16518•99 C# — Cash in Drawer
•92•00 H# — Charge in Drawer
•70•00 *K — Check in Drawer
000001
—
6675•99
X (Read) report is the same except
6-2-2 Periodic Read/Reset
Report
Mode Switch to
Z or
X
Operation
Z?p
*1
and *2.
Printout
— Date
08-01-05
19-50#0087
#10#••••
— Time/Conseccutive No.
X
77 *
•1116•90 *
11 n
•1116•90 n
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Non-resettable Grand Sales total
(Printed only on RESET report) *2
— Read Symbol
— Gross Sales No. of Items
— Gross Sales Amount
— Net Sales No. of Customers
— Net Sales Amount
Part 2
CONVENIENT OPERATION
Mode Switch
X
Z
RF
1-1 Unit price for
Departments
CAL
REG
FF
Various Programming
O
1.
PGM
Example
Unit Price $1.00
Dept.
1
Zo
$2.20 $11.00
2
3
Part-2
P appears in mode display
Z?? a
XX? s
ZZ?? d
o
(For Dept. 1)
(For Dept. 2)
(For Dept .3)
• Unit prices within the range of 0.01~9999.99.
1-2 Rate for percent key
Zo
Example
Discount Rate
2.5%
P appears in mode display
X"B x
o
(To end the setting)
• The rate within the range of 00.01 to 99.99%.
1-3 To change tax
status for
Departments
Tax status for the Departments 1~4 are initialized as Non-Taxable.
Zo
P appears in mode display
Example
Taxable 1
Taxable 2
Depts.
1
2
Taxable status 1 For Dept. 1
▲
.a
Status
]s
Taxable status 2 For Dept. 2
o
(To end the setting)
Selections
Taxable status 1
Taxable status 2
Taxable status 1 and 2
Non-taxable status
.
]
.]
n
A
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Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
Mode Switch
Example
Depts.
1
A
0
2
0
Selections
B
4
5
C
1
Co
1
▲
P3 appears in mode display
?VZ a For Dept. 1
Normal
department
Maximum No. of
digits to be 4
Single item sale
department
Normal
department
Maximum No. of
digits to be 5
▲
?BZ s For Dept. 2
Single item sale
department
o
(To end the setting)
Selections
Minus department
?
Z A
No limitation for manually entered price.
?
Normal department
Maximum number of digits for manually entered price
Z~M
< or >
(1 ~ 7 digits).
To prohibit manual price entries.
Normal sale (not a single-item sale) department.
Set as a single-item sale department.
B
?
Z C
1-5 Status for percent key
1-5-1 To change taxable
status for the percent
key
The percent key is initialized as Non-taxable.
Zo
Example
P appears in mode display
.x
▲
Change Percent key registration as a Taxable status 1.
Taxable status 1 (For percent key)
o
(To end the setting)
Selections
Taxable status 1
Taxable status 2
Taxable status 1 and 2
Non-taxable status
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]
.]
n
A
Z
PGM
X
RF
CAL
REG
FF
O
1-4 Status for
Department
Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
Co
1-5-2 Status for
percent key
Example
P3 appears in
mode display
Up
Percent
%+
▲
ZZ x
Round
Round up Premiums (%+)
o
(To end the setting)
Selections
Rounding of results produced by Percent Key operation.
Round up (1.544=1.55; 1.545=1.55)
Cut off (1.544=1.54; 1.545=1.54)
Program Percent Key to register discounts (%–).
Program Percent Key to register premiums (%+).
1-6 Taxable Status for
minus key
?
Z
X
A
?
Z
B
Part-2
Round off (1.544=1.54; 1.545=1.55)
The minus key is initialized as Non-taxable.
Zo
Example :
.g
Taxable status 1
▲
P appears in
mode display
Change minus key registrations
Taxable status 1.
Minus key
o
(To end the setting)
Selections
Taxable status 1
Taxable status 2
Taxable status 1 and status 2
Non-taxable status
.
]
.]
n
A
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Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
Mode Switch
P3 appears in mode display
?NXX o
??? p
o
Select a
number
from
list A
Select a
number
from
list B
▲
Program code No.
(To end the setting)
Select a
number
from
list C
Selections
Maintain key buffer during receipt issue in REG mode.
Reset the transaction number to zero whenever a
General Control Reset Report is issued.
Allow credit balance registration.
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
?
Z
X
C
V
B
N
M
A
Selections
Limit the last 2 digits of cash amount tendered to 00, 25,
50 and 75 when Denmark rounding is specified for
subtotal and total amount.
Allow partial cash amount tendered.
Allow partial check amount tendered.
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
?
Z
X
C
V
B
N
M
B
?
Z
C
Selections
Use the ' key on a numeric keyboard.
Use the ' key as a 000 key.
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X
PGM
Co
CAL
REG
FF
O
RF
1-7-1 To set general
controls
Z
1-7 General features
Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
Co
1-7-2 To set printing
controls
P3 appears in mode display
?BXX o
???? p
▲
Program code No.
Select a number
from list A
Select a
number
Select a number from list C
from list B
o
(To end the setting)
Part-2
Select a number
from list D
Selections
Use the printer to print a journal.
Use the printer to print receipts.
?
Z
A
?
Z
B
Selections
Print zero-total item on the General Control Read/
Reset Reports.
Yes
No
Selections
Print RF switch mode refund count/amount on the
General Control Read/Reset Reports.
Print the grand sales total on the General Control
Reset Reports.
Print the time on the receipt and journal.
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
?
Z
X
C
V
B
N
M
C
Selections
Print the consecutive number on the receipt/journal.
Print the subtotal on the receipt/journal when the
Subtotal Key is pressed.
Skip item print on journal.
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
?
Z
X
C
V
B
N
M
D
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Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
The printer is initialized as journal.
Mode Switch
X
Z
RF
Example
CAL
REG
FF
O
1-7-3 Printer switch for
Receipt or Journal
PGM
To print a receipt
Zo
Zu
▲
P appears in mode display
Print receipt
o
(To end the setting)
Selections
Use the printer to print a journal.
Use the printer to print receipts.
?
Z
A
• Printer selection to print a journal or receipts can also be set on
procedures 1-7-2 “To set printing controls”.
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Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
1-8 PLU setting
Ck
1-8-1 Linkage with
Departments
P3 appears in mode display
PLU No.
1
100
Link Dept.
No.
1
4
ZiZ p
▲
Example
PLU No. Dept. No. to be linked
Z?? i
PLU No.
▲
Vp
Part-2
Dept. No. to be linked
k
(To end the setting)
Selections
?
Z~ V
Linked to dept. 4.
Linked depts. 1~4 respectively.
A
• 100 PLUs can be set.
• When the linked department is not specified, the PLU is linked to
department 4.
• Status for a single-item sale and tax status are followed the
specified linked department.
1-8-2 Unit Prices for
PLUs
Example
PLU No.
Zk
P appears in mode display
1
Unit Price $1.00
2
Zi
$3.00
PLU No.
Z?? p
Unit Price
Xi
PLU No.
C?? p
Unit Price
k
(To end the setting)
• Unit prices within the range of $0.01~999.99.
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Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
1-9 Setting the Tax Rate
and rounding
Co
P3 appears in mode display
?ZXB o
Program set code No. for tax rate 1*1
▲
??"???? p
▲
Enter tax rate A
???? p
Select numbers Select
from list B
number
from
list C
*1 Program set code No. for Tax
rate 2 is ?XXB.
Select number
from list D
o
(To end the setting)
Tax rate specifications
The tax rate within the range of 0.0001 ~ 99.9999%.
A
Use " key for decimal point.
Normal rounding specifications
??
Cut off to 2 decimal places.
• You can use either an add-on
rate tax or an add-in rate tax
(VAT), depending on the requirements in your area. You can
specify only one tax rate.
(1.544=1.54; 1.545=1.54)
(1.544=1.54;
>?
1.545=1.55)
Special rounding specifications for subtotal and total amounts
?
Z
No specifications
Special rounding 1
0 ~ 2 ➝ 0;
• The special rounding specification and Denmark rounding tell
the cash register how to round
off subtotals and totals so that
their rightmost 2 digits are 00,
25, 50 and 75.
B
1.545=1.55)
Round up to 2 decimal places.
(1.544=1.55;
• The normal rounding specification tells the cash register how to
round tax amounts to the proper
number of decimal places.
B?
Round off to 2 decimal places.
Examples:
3 ~ 7 ➝ 5;
8 ~ 9 ➝ 10
1.21=1.20; 1.26=1.25; 1.28=1.30
X
Special rounding 2
0 ~ 4 ➝ 0;
Examples:
5 ~ 9 ➝ 10
1.123=1.120; 1.525=1.530
C
Denmark rounding
(set the amount tender restriction on page 18 also)
• Note that the rounding specification you program for your cash
register depends on the tax laws
of your country.
00~ 12 ➝ 0;
13 ~ 37 ➝ 25;
63 ~ 87 ➝ 75;
88 ~ 100 ➝ 100
Examples:
C
38 ~ 62 ➝ 50;
1.11=1.00; 1.28=1.25; 1.39=1.50;
1.80=1.75; 1.99=2.00
N
Scandinavian rounding
00~ 24 ➝ 0;
Examples:
25 ~ 74 ➝ 50;
75 ~ 99 ➝ 100
1.21=1.0; 1.30=1.50; 1.87=2.00
Australian rounding (only for tax rate 1)
0 ~ 2 ➝ 0;
Examples:
3 ~ 7 ➝ 5;
M
8 ~ 9 ➝ 10
1.21=1.20; 1.26=1.25; 1.28=1.30
Tax system specifications for subtotal and total amounts
No specifications.
Specifies add-on rate tax.
Specifies add-in rate tax (VAT).
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?
X
C
D
Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
1-10 To control Tax Status printing
Mode Switch
X
Z
Co
CAL
REG
FF
O
RF
PGM
P3 appears in mode display
?CXN o
??? p
▲
Program set code No.
Select number
from list A
Part-2
Select number
from list B
Always “0”
o
(To end the setting)
Selections
Print tax total line (only for Australia).
Print tax symbol (only for Australia).
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
?
Z
X
C
A
Selections
Print taxable amount.
Print taxable amount and tax amount for Add-in.
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
?
Z
X
C
B
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Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
1-11 Printing to
read All Preset Data
• Printing preset data.
1-11-1 Printing
preset data
except PLU
settings
Printout
Operation
p
08-01-05
08-06#0038
— Date
— Time/Consecutive No.
X— Read Symbol
1•••••1•00
¡— Dept No./Unit Price/Tax Status
#041
2•••••2•20
— Normal Dept/Digit Limit/Single Item
™
#051
3••••11•00
#
#000
-•••••••••
¡— Minus/Tax Status
2•5 % — Percent Rate/%+ or %#11
¡— Percent Key Control/Tax Status
e1•23242
#— Euro Exchange Rate
0122•••#22
0522•#1062
— Date/Monetary Mode Control
0622•#0000
1022••••#3
— General Control
0326••#002
2422••••#0
— Tax Control
— Print Control
— Calculation Control
— Euro Status
0125••••••
5•2500 % — Tax Rate1
Rounding specification/
5003
— Tax System specification
0000
0255••••••
10•0000 % — Tax Rate 2
5003
0000
08-01-05
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Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
Mode Switch
X
Z
CAL
REG
FF
O
RF
PGM
1-11-2 Printing
preset PLU
settings
Operation
Part-2
Zp
Printout
08-01-05 ——————— Date
08-10#0039 ——————— Time/Consecutive No.
X
———— Read symbol
001•••1•00
¡ ———— PLU No./Unit Price/
002•••2•20
003•••3•00
™
£
004•••4•00
005•••5•20
¢
¡
006•••6•00
007•••7•00
™
£
099•••8•00
100••10•00
¢
£
Linked department
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Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
2.
Various Operations
Mode Switch
Z
X
CA
2-1 Registration using
preset price for Departments.
L
RF
F
OF
PGM
REG
(Programming: See page 19)
Printout
Operation
Example
Unit Price
$1.00
$2.20
$11.00
Quantity
1
2
4
Depts.
1
2
3
Amount
tendered
$50.00
a
s
s
V hd
o
B???p
Price Programmed
¡ — Unit
to Department 1
•1•00
•2•20
•2•20
™ — Unit Price Programmed
to Department 2
™ — Repeat
4
•11•00
X — Multiplication Symbol
@ — Unit Price Programmed
•44•00
£
•49•40 S
•50•00 C
to Department 3
— Cash Amount Tendered
•0•60 G
— Change
2-2 Single-Item Sales
(Programming: See page 20)
B? a
•0•50
¡
Example 1:
Status
•0•50 C
Single item sale
Unit Price
— Cash Sales
$0.50
Quantity
1
Dept.
1
For this example, Dept. 1 is programmed for a single-item-sale.
(Programming: See page 16.)
Example 2:
Status
Unit Price
Normal Single item sale
$1.00
$0.50
Quantity
1
1
Dept.
2
1
Z?? s
B? a
o
p
•1•00
2
•0•50
¡
•1•50 C
— Cash Sales
Single-item sale cannot be finalized if an item is registered previously.
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Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
2-3 Check sales
Example:
Unit Price
CB?? f
f
o
m
$35.00
Quantity
2
Dept.
4
Printout
Operation
•35•00
•35•00
¢
¢
•70•00
K — Check Sales
•30•00
™
•25•00
£
Example:
Unit Price
$30.00
$25.00
Quantity
1
1
Depts.
2
3
Cash amount
tendered
$20.00
Check
$35.00
C???s
XB??d
o
X???p
m
Part-2
2-4 Split cash/
check sales
•55•00 S
•20•00 C
•35•00
K
Mode Switch
X
Z
G
F
CAL
RE
OF
RF
PG
2-5 Refund
Unit Price
Printout
Operation
Example
$1.00
$2.00
Quantity
1
1
Dept.
2
3
M
Z?? s
X?? d
o
p
13-55#0074 r
•1•00
•2•00
— Refund Mode Indicator
™
£
•3•00 C
After you finish RF mode operation, be sure to return the Mode Switch
to the REG (register) setting.
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Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
Mode Switch
2-6 PLU operation
Z
X
CA
L
RF
F
OF
2-6-1 PLU registration
(Programming: See page 25)
Example
PLU No.
1
2
—————————————————
Unit Price
$1.00
$2.00
—————————————————
Quantity
2
4
—————————————————
Link Dept. No.
1
1
—————————————————
Cash Amount
$10.00
tendered
Operation
Zi
i
Vh
Xi
p
Printout
PLU No.
001•••1•00
001•••1•00
4
————— Repeat
•2•00
002•••8•00
•10•00 C
2-6-2 PLU Single-Item
Sale
(Programming: See page 25)
Operation
Zi
PGM
REG
X
———— Multiplication Symbol
@
———— Preset Unit Price
————— Cash Amount Tendered
Printout
001•••1•00
•1•00 C
Example
PLU No.
1
—————————————————
Status
Single item sale
—————————————————
Unit Price
$1.00
—————————————————
Quantity
1
• For this example, linked department 1 is programmed for a single-itemsale. (Programming: See page 23)
• Single-item sale cannot be finalized if an item is registered previously.
2-6-3 PLU report
Operation
Printout
Mode Switch
?Z p
Z
(Read)
X
M
#01#0001
PG
RF
RE
G
OFF
L
CA
?Z p
(Reset )
M
F
R
CA
L
REG
OFF
PG
X
002•••••27
100•••••10
•180•00
1284
•10856•89
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Z ———— Reset Counter
001•••••12 ——————— PLU No./No. of items
•12•00 ——————— Amount
Mode Switch
Z
08-01-05
18-16#0238
————— PLU total count
————— PLU total amount
Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
Mode Switch
2-7 Other registrations
Z
X
CA
L
RF
F
OF
2-7-1 Reading the Time
and Date
PGM
REG
Display
Operation
13 - 5 3.
h
0 8 - 0 1 - 05
y
000
.
Hour/Minute
Part-2
h
Day/Month/Year
• Flashes per second
2-7-2 Paid out from cash
in drawer
Operation
12345678 n
Enter reference No.
Z??? ]
Printout
#12345678
08-01-05
— Reference Number
13-57#0060
•10•00 P
2-7-3 Cash received
on account
Operation
N?? .
2-7-4 Registering
identification
numbers
Operation
— Paid Out Amount
Printout
•6•00 R
— Received On Account
Amount
Printout
A reference number or ID number of up to 8 digits can be registered prior to any
transaction.
ZXCV
BNM< n
B? a
p
#12345678
— Reference Number or
ID No.
08-01-05
13-59#0062
•0•50
¡
•0•50 C
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Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
2-7-5 Reduction on
subtotal
Example:
Amount due reduced by $0.50.
2-7-6 Premium/
Discount
• 2.5% premium/discount
(programmed to x key)
applied to first item.
• 7% premium/discount applied
to transaction total.
• For programming the x key
as percent minus or percent
plus, see page 21.
• For programming percent rate,
see page 20.
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Printout
Operation
Z?? a
X?? f
o
B? z
p
•1•00
•2•00
-0•50
•2•50 C
Printout
Operation
Premium
Z?? a
x
X?? s
C?? a
o
Mx
p
¡
¢
•1•00
2•5 %
•0•03
Discount
¡ •1•00
¡ — Premium/Discount Rate
2•5 %- — Premium/Discount Amount
-0•03
™ •2•00
™
¡ •3•00
¡
•6•03 S
•5•97 S — Subtotal
7 %
7 %- — Premium/Discount Rate
•0•42
— Premium/Discount Amount
-0•42
•2•00
•3•00
•6•45 C
•5•55 C
Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
2-8 About the daylight saving time
Mode Switch
Z
X
It is possible to set the internal clock forward/backward by 1~9 hour(s)
for the daylight saving time.
CA
L
RF
F
OF
Operation
• Forward by 1 hour
12 - 34.
*Z
12 - 34.
h
13 - 34.
(blinking)
Set forward by 1 hour.
000
.
h
12 - 34.
J
12 - 34.
(blinking)
*Z
12 - 34.
(blinking)
h
11 - 34.
y
Part-2
• Backward by 1 hour
Display
h
y
PGM
REG
Set backward by 1 hour.
000
.
*Put X~>, in case of set the clock by 2~9 hours.
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Part 3
1.
CALCULATOR FUNCTION
Calculator
Mode
Mode Switch
Z
While registering at REG mode, you can switch to CAL
mode and then return to REG mode to resume the
registration.
X
FF
O
Display
Operation
1-1 Calculation
examples
RF
G
RE
P GM
CAL
t
BqZ t
C
0
(Miss operation)
(Cancels item entered.)
BqCwX p
6.
XCwBNeM< p
–2 5 74.
5+3–2=
(23–56)×78=
VeCwNrC"Bq< p
(4×3–6)÷3.5+8=
97142857
.
ZB??eZX x
12% on 1500
1-2 Memory recall
On CAL mode
Recalls the current amount onto the display.
– during registration:
current subtotal
– registration has been completed: the last amount
Mode Switch
Display
Operation
/rCp
Example:
Divide the current subtotal $30.00
at REG mode by 3 (to divide the bill
between 3 people).
On REG mode
18 0.
10 .
Memory recall
Recalls the current result by pressing p key at CAL mode on the display.
Printout
Operation
Z
X
CA
L
RF
F
OF
PGM
REG
Example:
Recall the current result at CAL mode
during registration, and register the
cash amount due for each person.
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/p
/p
/p
Memory recall
•10•00
•20•00
¡
™
•30•00 S
•10•00 C
•10•00 C
•10•00 C
•0•00 G
Part-3 CALCULATOR FUNCTION
Mode Switch
X
Z
CAL
REG
FF
O
RF
PGM
1-3 Setting for calculator operation
Co
P3 appears in mode display
Z?XX o
?p
▲
Program Code No.
Select a number from list A.
Part-3
o
(To end the setting)
Selections
Open drawer whenever
p is pressed.*
Open drawer whenever n is pressed.
Print No. of Equal key operations on
General Control X and Z reports.
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
?
Z
X
C
V
B
N
M
A
* Drawer does not open during registration procedures even
if you press p by turning the mode switch to CAL
position.
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Part 4
1.
USEFUL INFORMATION
Troubleshooting
Solutions
Most common causes
Symptom/Problem
1
E01 appears on the display.
Changing modes without completing transaction.
Return mode switch to where it stops
buzzing and press p.
2
E94 appears on the display.
Printer paper is jammed.
Remove jammed paper. Turn Mode
switch to OFF then turn to ON, or Turn
power OFF and then turn power ON.
3
No date or time on receipt.
Paper is not advancing enough.
Printer is programmed as a journal.
Program printer to print receipts.
4
Drawer opens up after ringing up only one
time.
Department is programmed as a single item dept.
Program the dept. as a normal dept.
5
Not clearing totals at end of day after taking
report.
Using X mode to take out reports.
Use Z mode to take out reports.
6
Programming is lost whenever register is
unplugged or there is a power outage.
Bad or no batteries.
Put in new batteries.
7
Register is inoperative.
Can’t get money out of drawer.
No power.
Pull lever underneath register at rear.
2.
Specifications
INPUT METHOD
Entry:
Display (LED):
10-key system; Buffer memory 8 keys (2-key roll over)
Amount 8 digits (zero suppression); Department/PLU No.; No. of repeats
PRINTER
Receipt:
(or journal)
Paper roll:
12 digits (Amount 10 digits, Symbol 2 digits)
Automatic paper roll winding (journal)
58 mm × 80 mm ∅ (Max.)
CALCULATIONS
Entry 8 digits; Registration 7 digits; Total 8 digits
CALCULATOR FUNCTION
8 digits; Arithmetic calculations; Percent calculations
Memory protection batteries:
The effective service life of the memory protection batteries (3 UM-3, R6P (SUM-3) or LR6 (AM-3) type batteries) is
approximately one year from installation into the machine.
Power source/Power consumption: See the rating plate.
Operating temperature:
0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)
Humidity:
10 to 90%
Dimensions/Weight:
203 mm(H)× 330 mm(W)× 360 mm(D) with S drawer
4.1 kg with S drawer
250 mm(H)× 410 mm(W)× 450 mm(D) with M drawer
9 kg with M drawer
Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
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When the cash drawer does not open!
In case of power failure or the machine is in malfunction, the cash drawer does not open automatically. Even in these cases, you can open the cash drawer by pulling drawer release lever (see below).
Part-4
Important!
The drawer will not open, if it is locked with a drawer lock key.
To lock/unlock the multipurpose tray
(only for M size drawer)
A. Turn the lever (1) clockwise to lock the tray (the indicator becomes red).
B. Turn the lever (1) counterclockwise to unlock the tray (the indicator becomes green).
A
B
(1)
The main plug on this equipment must be used to disconnect mains power.
Please ensure that the socket outlet is installed near the equipment and shall be easily
accessible.
Casio Europe GmbH
Bornbarch 10, 22848 Norderstedt
Germany
Please keep all information for future reference.
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130CR*E
CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.
6-2, Hon-machi 1-chome
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8543, Japan
MO0411-A
Printed in Indonesia
Printed on recycled paper.