Casio CE-4700 Specifications

ELECTRONIC
CASHREGISTER
cE-4700
MANUAL
OPERATION
Introduction
Congratulations on your selection of a CASIO Electronic Cash Register.
Simplified operation is made possible by a specially designed keyboard
layout and a wide selection of automated, programmable functions.
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Location
Locate the cash register on a flat, stable surface, away from heaters or areas exposed to
direct sunlight,humidityor dust.
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Power cord
The cash registeroperateson standardhouseholdcurrent(120, 22O,23O,240V;50/60H2).Do
not use an overloadedoutlet.
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Cleaning
Clean the cash register exteriorwith a soft cloth which has been moistenedwith a solution of
a mild neutral detergentand water, and wrung out. Be sure that the cloth is thoroughlywrung
out to avoid damage to the printer. Never use paint thinner, benzene,or other volatile
solvents.
Contents
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Measurement
Extensionfor RandomPLU Code ltem (Long PLUs Only)
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To changetrom the RefundModeto the Reg MinusMode
To changefrom the Reg MinusModeto the BefundMode ..............
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IndividualClerUCashier
Accountability
Beport Printingin the REG 1, REG 1, and RF Modes ............
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To subtract from the actual stock
To link clerk secret numbersto Clerk
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1
LoadingReceiptand Journal Paper
The same type of paper (45mm x 83mm i.d.) is used for receipts and the
journal. Load the new paper before first operating the cash register or
when red paper appears from the printer. Never operate the printer
without paper. Doing so can damage the printer.
Open the printer cover using the printer cover key and proceed as
outlined below.
1-1 RemovingPaper Rolls
Use the following procedures to remove receipt and journal paper rolls. If
you are loading paper for the first time, skip this section and'read Loading
Paper Rolls.
Receipt Paper
1. Tear the paper between the unused portion of the roll and the paper
inlet (Fig. 1-1).
2. Remove the used roll.
3. Press the Receipt Feed key to remove the paper from the printer. Never
pull the paper out by hand.
Joumal Paper
1 . Lift the take-up reel, tearing the paper between the reel and the journal
outlet, if necessary.
2. Remove the used journal paper from the take-up reel.
3. Tear the paper between the unused portion of the roll and the paper
inlet (Fig. 1-1).
4. Remove the used roll.
5. Press the fournal Feed key to remove the paper from the printer. Never
pull the paper out by hand.
Fig 1-1.
Fig 1-3.
Fig 1-2.
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1-2 Loading Paper Rolls
1.
Receipt Paper
Place the paper roll in its housing so that its leading edge can be pulled
up from the bottom (Fig. 1-2).
Fold the end of the paper (Fig. 1a) and insert the paper into the PaPer
inlet (Fig. 1-3), and press the Receipt Feed key until approximately 20cm
of paper are fed from the outlet.
Pass the leading edge of the paper through the paper outlet in the
printer cover (Fig. 1-5), and close the cover.
4. Tear off the excess paper and make sure that it is feeding properly.
JournalPaper
1 . Place the paper roll in its housing so that its leading edge can be pulled
up from the bottom (Fig. 1-2).
Fold the end of the paper (Fig. 14) and insert the paper into the PaPer
inlet (Fig. 1-5), and press the Journal Feed key until approximately 20cm
of paper are fed from the outlet.
3. Lift the take-up reel, and insert the leading end of the paper into the slit
in the take-up reel (Fig. 1-7). Wind the paper two or three turns onto
the reel.
4. Replace the take-up reel and press the Journal Feed key to take uP any
slack in the paper. Confirm that the PaPer is feeding properly.
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2
Bgfore Starting
You can register most normal transactions in the REG 1 mode. Use the
REG 1 mode for all examples shown in this manual unless otherwise
noted. Note also that you must identify a clerk by pressing a clerk button
(not available in the United States or Canada) or inputting a clerk secret
number before operating the cash register.
Note the following points that apply to the examples in this manual
o The prices or rates in parentheses in the tables that come at the
beginning of each example are those programmed to keys.
. Examples are independent of each other. This means that though one
example may show a unit price of $2.00 for Department 5, another
example may show $10.00 for Department 5.
r Receipt examples shown in this manual are not actual size. Actual
receipts are 45mm wide.
. Department keys, PLUs and function keys can be assigned an
applicable mode, which limits the modes in which these keys can be
operated.
Preset descriptors for items in receipt samples are specific for each
example. This means that a descriptor for an item on one receipt sample
may differ from the descriptor for the same item on a different receipt
sample.
2-1 Long PLUs and Short PLUs
PLUs are available as Long PLUs and Short PLUs. The memory allocation
operation (Programming Manual, Program 5 Mode) makes it possible to
select from among simultaneous use of Long PLUs and Short PLUs, use of
Long PLUs only, or use of Short PLUs only.
Short PLUs
The following describes programmability and functions of Short PLUs.
o Short PLUs can be preset with unit price for later automatic recall.
o Short PLUs are identified by sequential numbers.
o Short PLUs can be used as open PLUs.
o Short PLUs can be assigned 12-characteror 16-characterdescriptors.
o Short PLUs are equipped with a sales amount totalizer and counter.
Long PLUs
In addition to the points described above for Short PLUs, the following
programmability and functions are also available for Long PLUs.
. Long PLUs can be used as PLUs for set menu registration.
. Long PLUs can be used as PLUs for bottle link/return registration.
o An actual stock totalizer is available, so long PLUs can be used for
control and monitoring of stock by programming a minimum stock value.
. Long PLUs can be preset with Random PLU codes up to 6 digits.
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2-2 Errors
Anytime you make a mistake in operation, an error tone sounds and further
operation becomes impossible in order to protect data. You can resume
normal operation by pressing the Clear key.
2-3 RechargeableBatteries
Your cash register features built-in rechargeablebatteries that retain such
information as program data, registration records, date, item and consecutive
number for about 30 days on a full 24-hour charge.
24 Daily RegisterOPerations
The following procedure shows corunon operations in the order they are
usually performed.
1. Confirm that enough receipt and journal PaPer are Present and load new
paper rolls if necessary (page 2).
2. Read daily totals to confirm reset operation was performed for the
previous day's totals (page 92).
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Preset unit prices for department keys, PLUs and function keys if
necessary (see Programming Manual).
4. Set the Mode Switch to REG 1 and identify a clerk (page 110).
5. Check the date and time set on the cash register (page 6).
6. Register the amount of the bank (page 33).
7. Register transactions.
Normal sales (page 6)
Received on account and paid out (page 25)
Returns (page 27)
8. Register the pick up amount when the sentinel alarm sounds (page 27)'
g. Perform read and reset operations as required, after counting the money
in the cash drawer and registering the amount.
Read daily sales totals (page 92).
Read periodic sales totals (page 93).
Reset daily sales totals (page 93).
Reset periodic sales totals (page 93).
1.0.Remove the printed journal from the cash register (page 119)'
11. Set the Mode switch to OFF and remove the key (page 110)'
12. Empty the cash drawer and leave it open (page 122).
13. Carry the journal and cash to the office (page 122).
3
Basic Registrations
This section describes the fundamental registration procedures required by
most applications.
$1 Assigning a Clerk
On models available in the United States and Canada, clerk or cashier
assignment can be performed using clerk secret numbers only (clerk buttons
are not equipped). In other areas, you can assign clerks using clerk buttons
or by using clerk secret numbers. The method you should use depends on
the programming of your cash register.
Each clerk can be assigned two separate commission rates, and commissions
are calculated automatically in accordance with the sales amount.
C)ed( BUttOn
You can assign the clerk or cashier using the four buttons located below the
display panel.
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
Clefk SeCfet
NUmbef
Insert the operator key into the Mode Switch.
Set the Mode Switch to the REG 1 position.
Press one of the clerk buttons.
When the cash register is programmed to use clerk secret numbers for clerk
or cashier assignment, the clerk buttons are not functional.
Procedur+To sign on
'1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Insert the operator key into the Mode Switch.
Set the Mode Switch to the REG I position.
lf you don't want the clerk secret number you input to appear on the display,press the Clerk
Number key before you input the clerk secret number.
Input up to four digits for the clerk secret number.
Press the Clerk Number key to register the clerk secret number.
Procedur+To sign off
1. Set the Mode Switch to the REG 1 position.
2. Input '0".
3. Press the Clerk Secret Number key to sign off.
. When you are using clerk secret numbersfor clerk assignments,an Arrangementkey that is
assigned a clerk secret number and clerk secret number key operation (clerk sign on) is
operationaleven if the clerk is signed otf. See 45 for an explanationot the Arrangementkey.
o lf the Arrangementkey does not include a clerk sign on procedure,pressing it while no clerk
is signed on displays an error code to indicate that a clerk secret number was not input. This
means that if you want the Arrangementkey to be operationalwhile no clerk is signed on,
you must include the sign on procedurein the sequence assignedto the Arrangementkey.
. The clerk sign on procedureassignedto the Arrangementkey can be followed by other
registrationnumbers. In such a case, pressing the Arrangementkey automaticallysigns on the
clerk (in accordancewith the clerk number in the sign on procedure)and performsthe
subsequentregistrationoperations.
. You will not be able to operate the cash register without using one of the two methods to
assign a clerk or cashier.
. A clerk cannot sign on unless other clerks are signed off.
. The cash registercan be programmedto automaticallysign otf the current clerk or cashier
when a receipt is issued.
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Training
ClerUCashiers
The name or number of the currentlyassignedclerk is printed on the receipt and journal for
each transaction.
As long as no registrationis in progress,setting the Mode Switch to the OFF position
automaticallysigns off the clerk who is signed ON. Setting the Mode Switch to the OFF
position while a registrationis in progress does not sign the clerk off.
You can program the cash register so that a specific clerk/cashier is
designated as a "training clerk/cashier." The cash register automatically
enters the Tiaining Mode whenever a training clerk/cashier signs on, and
automatically exits the training mode when the training cashier/clerk signs
off. Note that operations in the Training Mode have no affect on totalizers
and counters, and Training Mode symbols are printed in all columns of
receipt entries produced in the Training Mode.
3-2 Displayingthe Time and Date
The time and date can be displayed on the cash register anytime it is not
being used for registration. Only the Clear key can be used to clear time or
date.
Operation
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Display
[-.
Day Month Y@r
1. Pressanyoneof thesekeys.
2. Thisis theonlykeyyoucanuseto
clearthe timeanddatefromthe
display.
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You cannot use the Multiplication key to display the date or time when the
input sequence PRICE x QUANTITY is programmed for the multiplication
operation.
3-3 Making Change
Operation
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cannotbe usedwhilea registration
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3'4 Single ltems and Gash Tenders
tbpartment
ltems
Example
Tag
DEPT1
$1.00
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Tender
Cash
Operation
$1.00
Receipt
100{-rlo [7*lo
EPnRnfrNr
1
1. ll the priceyouare inputting
matches
the
unitpriceprogrammed
to the department
key,youdo not needto inpula value
here.
2. Youdon'thaveto inputthe amount
tendered
unlessit is programmed
as
compulsory.
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When a subtotal is zero or less (negative value), input of the amount
tendered is not compulsory even if it is programmed as such.
Erceeding the
[aximum Amount
Limit
Example
Tag
DEPT
3
$10.00
TAL
oty
$8.25
1
0peration
1000fr-]. ERROR
ALARM[-;_-l. f;lo
1000fT--l 1000t7*l
1. Thisamount
exceeds
the maximum
amount
limit(MAL).
TheMALrestricts
the
youcaninput,andit
sizeof theamount
is programmable
for eachdepartment
key.
Thiskeyclearsyourlastinputandthe
err0r.
Thiskey removes
the MALlimitation
for
the nextinput.
Tender
Cash
910.00
Receipt
DEPmT€ilI3 .1O.OO
1ilo
SUETOTAL
.10- 00
.10.00
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Exceedingthe
Low Digit Limit
Example
Tag
$9.00
DEPT3
LDL
oty
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1
ALARME"
900 fgilo ERROR
900 t-Y-l 1000[7*]
PLU ltems
Cash
$10.00
Receipt
Operation
1.
Tender
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.9.M
3
DEPART€ilT
lNo
9UFTETAL
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.10.m
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'1.00
CHANGiE
the lowdigitlimit
Thisamount
exceeds
(LDL).
the minimum
TheLDLrestricts
you
number
of digits atn input,and it is
programmable.
Thiskeyclearsyourlastinput,andthe
err0r.
for
the LDLlimitation
Thiskey removes
the nextinput.
Example
($2.50).
PLUNo. 14
Tender
Oy
Tag
Cash
$2,50
* Presetprice
Receipt
Operation
PLU
SHORT
14 t-tr-l {7*l
PLU
cA€iH
LONGPLU
14 Ft E*l
SuFDepartment
Items
14
.?.50
1l{o
'e- ={t
Example
15
SUB-DEPT
$6.00
1
Cash
Receipt
Operation
PLU
SHORT
15@. 600Fl.
Tendel
Qtv
Tag
rs
LONGPLU
600F-lo {7H'l
15 E
for useas
1. ThesePLUsareprogrammed
sub-departments.
2. Youmustpressthe Pricekeyto register
lf the
the unitpricefor a sub-department.
programmed
price
the
to
is
unit
press
youare registering,
sub-department
inputting
anything.
key
without
the Price
inputpriceovenides
Here,the manually
price.
programmed
any
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15
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PLU
$6.00
Basic Registrutions
Random PLU
Example
Code ltems
(Long PLU Only)
oty
LinkedPLU No.
Tag
($1.10)
PLUCode123456
Tender
PLUNo. 1
Cash
$1.10
Receipt
Operation
LONGPLU
123456
t4 FZts
PLU
1
trASH
.1.10
lNo
.t - t-tr
3-5 Repeatingldentical ltems
Department ltems ExamPle
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Tag
DEPT4
Cash
$1.50
Eu
F;lo 1000[7*]o
.1.50
DEPART}€M
4
.1.50
DEffiTlfilT 4
.t.50
rEPffiTt€ilr4
3|lo
SUBTOTAL
.4- 50
.1C.00
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1. Pressing
keyrepeats
thesamedepartment
registration
of the lastunitpriceyouinput
for thatdeoartment.
2. Thisoperation
is optional,
unless
calculation
is programmed
of a subtotal
as
compulsory.
3. Youdon'thaveto inputthe amount
tendered
unlessit is programmed
as
compulsory.
PLU ftems
$10.00
Receipt
0petation
150fY-l fEo
Tender
Example
oty
Tag
PLUNo.2
($1.20)
Operation
PLU
SHORT
2 t-Yl ['mlc ["slc [7*]
LONGPLU
2 f-;-t F_lc F-]o [7*]
1. Eachpressof the PLUor ShortPLUkey
repeatsregistration
of the lastPLUyou
inputusingthatkey.
Tendel
Cash
$3.60
Receipt
PLU
PLU
FLU
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2
=
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Subllepartment
Items
Example
otv
Tag
15
SUB-DEPT
($3.00)
15
SUB-DEPT
$2.00
e
Receipt
PLU
SHORT
15ltr] @ @ F-l 15t-ml
200t;l @ @ 2000tTsl
.3.m
l-5
.t.00
15
.3.m
15
.2.00
t_5
.2.00
15
$lo
gUBTCITAL
.1;5- 0g
.20.0{l
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F}LU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
LONGPLU
1sF--l @ E t;-l 15F_l
200Fl E @ 2000t7*l
Example
Tag
PLUCode495634
($1.50)
LlnkedPLU No.
0lv
PLUNo. 5
4
LONGPLU
495634Fl [;_-lo T;_-lo F.l
Tender
Cash
$10.00
Receipt
Operation
1000t7g']
registation
1. Pressing
the PLUkeyrepeats
PLUcodeyouinput.
of the lastrandom
10
$20.00
Cash
Operation
RandomPLU
Code ltems
(Long PLUsOnly)
Tender
PLU
FLU
PLU
PLU
5
5
5
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.1.50
.1.50
,t.St
.1.S1
4t{o
SUBTOTAL
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Basic Registntions
3'{ Mixed Departmentsand PLUs
Example
oty
Tag
DEPT3
($2.00)
DEPT
4
92.00
($1.40)
PLUNo.4
Tender
Cash
$30.00
(- $0.50)
PLUNo. 6
15
SUB.DEPT
$3.00
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PLU
SHORT
6@
{-ra 200 [-yl fr'-lo 4 ttr l
6 tffil 15 t-"tr] 300[=l T;lo
3000t7m
$ ITE}f;i
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4
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DEPffiTIGI{T
4
,1.40
F.LU 4
-0.50
PLU 6
.3.00
FLU
15
.t.tro
]}LU 15
t?iio
SUBTOTAL
.2!t_ 90
.30.00
EASH
.?.10
CHANGE
LONGPLU
6 @. fYl 200f?l [8.4
Fl
6 T*-l 15 F-l 300 [;l F-lo
3000t7*l
withup to four
1 . Youcaninputquantity
digitsto the left of the decimal.
Repeats
97 Subtraction
Errors occur if the cash register is programmed to prohibit credit balances
and the result produced by a calculation is negative.
Anrount Reduction Example1
Tender
Reductlon
Tag
DEPT1
$5.00
($0.25)
DEPT2
$6.00
$0.50
Cash
Receipt
Operation
500 fY=l E.
$10.25
ooo t-Yl 50 t-lo
tTsl
1. Thisoperation
automatically
subtracts
the
programmed
amount
to the Minuskey.
inputamount
the
2. A manually
ovenides
programmed
amount.
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DEPRRTI€NT
flJBTRROTION-0.25
g
.6.M
DEMRfiENT
SJBTRACTI0i{ -0.5t1
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Example 2
Tag
Qty
DEPT3
4
$5.00
Reduction
($0.50)each
Cash
$20.00
Receipt
Operation
4 Vg
Tender
500[T' I 4 @"
t-:--l 2000t,*l
4 lTEl€
DEPflRT1€NT
3 .30.M
4 ITEITS
SUETRffiIIO{ -l.M
4tk
SUETTTTAL
.1Er- O(I
.20.m
EFT=;H
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CHANEE
1. Youmustalsoperform
the multiplication
for theamount
operation
beingsubtracted
fromeachitem.
The following operation becomes possible when the Minus key
programmed to allow credit balances.
Operation
4 VE f-_l + t7rol 500[-t"-l 2000t7*]
Discount for ltem Example
and Subtotal
Tag
Discount
DEPT1
$5.00
D E P T2
$10.00
SubtotalDiscount
3%
Tender
Cash
$14.06
(5%)
On models available in the United States and Canada, you cannot
perform the discount operation for subtotals (subtotal discount)
immediately after operation of the Subtotal key. You can apply a discount
a subtotal produced by the Merchandise Subtotal key only (merchandise
subtotal discount). Be sure to use the Merchandise Subtotal key when you
wish to discount a subtotal.
On models available in other areas, you cannot perform the discount
operation for subtcitals (subtotal discount) immediately after operation of
the Merchandise Subtotal key. Be sure to use the Subtotal key when you
wish to discount a subtotal.
Rounding is performed the same as for the premium operation, in
accordance with the rate programmed for the Discount key. The value
accumulated in the totalizers, shown on the display, and printed on the
receipt/journal is the rounded result.
The register can be programmed to produce an error whenever an
attempt is made to perform the discount operation following operation of
the Merchandise Subtotal key.
The register can be programmed so that the discount operation can be
performed following operation of the Merchandise Subtotal key only. In
this case, attempting to perform the discount operation on the last
registered item produces an error.
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Baslc Hcgistratlons
Operation
Receipt
500 t-ra 1000TYI @"
3 f"r"ao ,^
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.5.M
D€PffiT}ft{T
1
DEPARII€I{T
2 .10.M
5?.
DISiEOUNT{.50
SlJBTOTAL
.14.S!
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1. Thisoperation
applies
thediscount
programmed
to the Discount
keyto the
lasttimeyouregistered.
2. Thisoperation
calculates
a subtotal
for
application
of a discount.
3. Thevalueyouinputovenides
thevalue
programmed
to the Discount
key.
3€ Multiplication
In all of the following examples, the method used for rounding
multiplication results is programmable.
Wnent
ltgms
You can program one of the three following sequencesfor multiplication
operations involving department items.
o Quantity x Price
r Unit Price x Quantity
o Quantity Extension
Note that the following examples cover multiplication with department
items, and do not apply to PLU or sub-department items.
Example 1 -
Quantity x Price
oty
Tag
DEPT1
$1.00
Operation
12
Tender
Cash
$20.00
Receipt
12 Vwlo 100t-yl f;;lo 2000[7*l
1. Thevalueyouinputfor thequantity
can
haveup to fourdigitsto the left of the
pointandup to twodigitsto the
decimal
rightof thedecimal
point.
2. Thisoperation
is optional
unlessit is
programmed
as compulsory.
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DEPffin€ilT1 .1e.00
1Sh
SUBTgTAL
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Example2 -
Unit Pricex QuantitY
oty
Tag
DEPT1
$1.00
12
Cash
$20.00
Receipt
Operation
100[7*lc 12 fry-lo F*lo 2000l7*l
12 llEfifi
DEPffiTI€l'lT 1
1. Youcannotusethe 7El or [7El key
for thisoperation.
can
2. Thevalueyouinputfor thequantity
haveup to lourdigitsto the leftof the
pointandup to twodigitsto the
decimal
point.
rightof thedecimal
is optional
unlessit is
3. Thisoperation
programmed
as c0mpu60ry.
Example 3 -
Tender
.1e.00
1ff{o
SUFTOTffL
.t_e- oo
EASH
CHJINGE
.20.m
.8.{T1
Quantity Extension
($1.+01
4
DEPT
Tender
Qtv
Tag
lz
$20.00
Cash
In this example, the department key is programmed with the quantity
extension function, so a quantity can be input directly without pressing the
Multiplication key. This registration performs multiplication using the unit
price programmed to the department key. Attempting to perform this
registration using a department key that is not Programmed with a unit
price results in an error.
Receipt
Operation
12 t-Y-l 2000E*l
lE ITE6
DEmn€NT4 .16.&l
ltllo
giUBTOTAL
.16- E}O
.al.{xt
c.lsH
.3.m
cH#tNGiE
PLU ltems
Example
oty
Tag
PLUNo. 2
($1.20)
Operation
PLU
SHORT
2 fH'] 2000va
15 [7****************lo
LONGPLU
15 [7pl. 2 t-*--l 2000t7*]
can
1. Thevalueyouinputfor the quantity
haveup to lourdigitsto the lett ol the
pointandup to two digitsto the
decimal
point.
rightof thedecimal
'15
Tender
Cash
$20.00
Receipt
15 IIE}€
PLU e
.18.m
1$h
SUETDTAL
.1El- 0E
.$.m
EASH
.2.M
CHANGE
Basic Registntions
$b'Ilepartment
Example
}rns
otv
Tag
15
SUB-DEPT
$6.00
1.25
PLU
SHORT
1.25V€t 15 t-tr] 6sg [;l
1000[7s]
LONGPLU
1.25v€t 15 F--l 600Fl
1000[7s]
$10.00
1.15IIE6
'?.Sl
PLU 15
1.2$lo
SUETBTAL
'7- 50
.10.m
CAS;H
.3.50
CHANGiE
Example
Code ltems
(t ong PLUs Only)
Tag
($1.30)
Tender
Oy
LinkedPLUNo.
PLUCode352667
PLUNO.3
Cash
$3.90
Receipt
Operation
LONGPLU
3 [7*l' 352667F_l Es;]
3 ITE}fi
PLU 3
1. Thevalueyouinputfor thequantity
can
haveup to lour digitsto the left of the
pointandup to two digitsto the
decimal
point.
rightof thedecimal
Sflit Sales of
Pacl€ged ltems
Cash
Receipt
Operation
Random PLU
Tender
EASH
.1.90
$b
'=- 90
The following methodsare availablefor registrationsof split salesof
Packageditems.
o Method 1
Registration without the package price and package quantity programmed
to department keys and PLUs.
o Method 2
Registration with the package price and package quantity programmed to
department keys and PLUs.
Hrod
1
Example
otv
Tag
DEPT3
4FOR$1O.OO
Operation
3 re.
4 VH. 1000[-fl. 1000
{7*]
1. Thevalueyouinpulfor the quantity
can
haveup to fourdiglsto the left of the
pointandup to two digitsto the
decimal
point.
rightof the decimal
2. Thetotalamountcontained
in the
package.
price.
3. Package
a
Tendel
Cash
$10.00
Receipt
3 ITEI{S
u./
10.00
.?.S}
DEPffiTICilT
3
Sllo
SUATOTAL
.?- 50
.10.m
cAsiH
.2.S
CHANGE
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Method 2
Example
Tag
DEPT5
PackageQly
PackagePrice
12
$15.00
Cash
$10.00
Receipt
Operation
5 t-ra 1000[a/*P
5 ITEI{S
'6.25
DEPRftTI€NT
5
${o
SUFTETAL
.6- e5
.10.$
cA=iH
.3.?5
CHF|NGiE
can
1. Thevalueyouinputfor the quantity
haveup to fourdigitsto the left of the
pointandup to twodigitsto the
decimal
point.
rightof thedecimal
Measurement
Extension for
Sub-Department
Item
Tender
SalesQty
Example
Tender
lloasurement
Tag
15
SUB-DEPT
$'10.00/m2
3mx2m
Cash
$60.00
Receipt
0peration
PLU
SHORT
3re.2W"15ltr]
3 ITR+S
2 ITEI{S e10.m
,60.tr1
15
FLU
S'lo
CASH .50- tt(]
1999[-;-lo {7s]
LONGPLU
3 @" 2 VEt 15 F--l
1000f;1. tT*]
1. Thevalueyouinputfor the length(or
width)can haveup to fourdigitsto the
pointandup to three
leftof the decimal
point.
digitsto the rightof thedecimal
Thisvaluecanbe an
2. CIherdimension.
integer
up to fourdigitslong.
meterin this
3. Unitprice(foronesquare
case).
Measurement
Extensionfor
RandomPLU
Gode ltem
(Long PLUsOnly)
Example
Tag
PLUCode231792
LlnkedPLU Number
PLUoooS
231792
F--l 2000t7*l
1 . Thevalueyouinputfor the length(or
width)can haveup to fourdigitsto the
pointand up to three
lett of the decimal
point.
digitsto the rightof thedecimal
Thisvaluecanbe an
2. Otherdimension.
integer
up to fourdigitslong.
16
($3.00/m2) t . 5 x 4 m
Tender
Cash
$20.00
Receipt
Operation
LONGPLU
1.5{-lElo 4 YB'
ltleasurement
1.5 ITEI'iS
A3.m
4 IIEI€
,18.ffi
PLU E}
6tlo
SUBTOTJlL
.18- 0t]
'?0.m
cASiH
'?.M
CHANEiE
Basb Reglstradons
Triple
llultiplication
Using the
Department Key
Example
Tag
Ieasuremenl
DEPT4
Tender
$2.00/cmo 3 c m x 4 c m x 2 . 5 c mCash
Operation
$100.00
Receipt
3 re. 4{7Elo2.5W. 200[-Y-l
10000
tTsl
1. Inputthe length.
Thisvaluecanhaveup
point
to 4 digitsto the left of lhe decimal
part)andup to 3 digitsto the
(integer
part),Hereandin the other
right(decimal
inputsbelow,
dimension
usethe Decimal
point.
Pointkeyto inputa decimal
2. Inputthewidth.Thisvaluecanhaveup
partandup to 3
to 4 digitsin the integer
part.
digitsin thedecimal
Thisvaluecanhaveup
3. Inputthe height.
to 4 digitsin the integerpartandup to 3
part.
digitsin the decimal
] ITEI,IS
4 ITEI,IS
!.5 ITEils ff1.00
I'EPARTI.IENT
4 ."iO.EU
l0No
SUEITOTAL
'sB- oo
I:ASH
{]HFTNGE
.1C0.0n
.4D.CT,J
3-9 TaxableTransactions
Tar Table 1 and
Example
Tar Table 2
TarableStatus
Tag
DEPT1
$1.00
TaxableStatus1
DEPT2
$2.00
TaxableStatus2
DEPT
3
$3,00
TaxableStatus1
Operation
100Tq'l 200[?l
300 [Fl. a^r^)c(*2")o g$l
1. Thisoperation
is optional
unlessit is
programmed
as compulsory.
2. Thisoperation
displays
the subtotal
of the
Taxable
Status1 Amount.
3. Thisoperation
displays
the subhtalof the
Taxable
Status2 Amount.
Receipt
A
DEPffiTI€NT
?
DEPAft'I}€}'$
3
DEPART}E\T
1
$.txl
;
s?.m
T
33"00
3No
1*4,{N
AI{TJI{T
TAXf,ELE
$0.30
1
TAX
S.l0lt{T$t.m
TAXABLE
$0.t!9
TAX ?.
t6- e9
CASH
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Manual Tax and
Tax Shift
The following procedureapplies in the United Statesand Canadaonly.
Example
Tag
Tax.blgSlatug
DEPT
4
94.00
TaxableStatus2 + Tax $0.20
DEPT5
$5.00
TaxableStatus2
DEPT
6
96.00
TaxableStatus1 + TaxableStatus2
DEPT7
$7.00
TaxableStatus2-+Non-Taxable
Operation
Receipt
400 [T I 20 {-';-lc 500 [-g' I [;-lo
600t-Yl [-';] 7sstfl
@
1. Thistaxable
youinputcanbe up
amount
to sevendigitslong.
2. Thisoperation
specifies
thatTaxable
Status
2 shouldbe addedto the nextitem.
3. Thisoperation
specifies
thatTaxable
Status
2 shouldbe removed
fromthe nextitem.
Rate Tax
lEtAi.iTrtli]T4I $4.UU
i$.10
i'lilNlirit.TRX
5I T5.OU
IiEF.AF:TMENT
6I +6.Ctl
iliFAttTl,liNT
S?.00
?
liF'irR'l'i'{EliT
4t.|t
$6,0c
TfiXfiiLr 1
S0.16
TFIX 1"
9i5.8[
3
TftXiiFLT
s1..0:
=
Tr{X
't:3- 61
fiftsH
The following procedure applies in areas other than United States and
Canada.
Example
Tag
TarableStatus
DEPT
1
$i.oo
TaxableStatus1
DEPT2
$2.00
TaxableStatus1
DEPTe
$3.00
TaxableStatus1
Operation
100[Y-l 200 fY_l 300 [-rr] F;1.
tO [* l' [7*]
1. Thisoperation
is optional
unlessit is
programmed
as compulsory.
2. A manually
inputvalueoverrides
a rate
programmed
to the RateTaxkey.You
cannotskipthis inputil it is programmed
as compulsory.
18
Tar Rale
10o/o
Receipt
DEPAfilI€M1
T1
't.m
D€PAftT}C}{T
E T1
.?.00
EPARTI€I{T
3
T1
.3.m
TAX
cAsH
.0.60
${o
.6- 60
B*ic
Registrations
$10 VAT Galculations
Example 1
TaxableStalu3
Tag
DEPT1
$2.00
DEPT
3
$3,50
DEPT
5
$5.00
VATI Taxable
VAT1 Taxable-r VAT1 Non-Taxable
VATI Taxable
Receipt
Operation
200 t--T.l f';_1 350t-F-l 500 @
@
DEPffiII€ilT1
TI
.?.00
.3.50
DEPRRN${T
3
DEPARTIfM
5
T1
.5.00
3No
TAXABLE
Sf;TflT1.6.36
.0.u
TAX
'.
.10_ 5(]
cJlsH
You should use the following procedure when VAT 1, VAT 2, and VAT 3
used in combination
Example 2
Trnblc Stetus
Trg
DEPT1
$3.00
VAT3 Taxaue
DEPT3
$4.50
VATI Taxablo- VAT1 Non-Taxablo
DEPT5
$5.00
VAT1 & 2 Taxable- VAT1 & 2 Non-Taxable
DEPT7
$6.50
VATl&2Taxable
Receipt
0peration
3oot-qr-lf'-"1 450E
500 t-Yl 650 t-Y I t7*]
tE E]
N
.3.00
.4.S}
3
D€PffiI}EilT
.5.M
5
DEPffRlI€{T
.6.50
?
DEPARITfr{T
4No
Sf,lt{r 1.5.91
TAXABLE
.0.59
TAX 1
2.6.19
T0aBLEAr{ilJtlT
.0,31
TAX e
Ar{rifl 3.e.?1
TAXAH.E
.0.09
TAX 3
cJl€H .19- OO
1
DEPRRT€ilT
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3-11Tax Exemption
The Tax Exempt key can be programmed to exempt any taxable amount.
The following procedure applies in the United States and Canada only.
Example 1
Taxable
Status
Tag
DEPT1
$1.00
DEPT2
$2.00
DEPT
3
$3.00
4
DEPT
$4.00
TaxableStatus1 exemot
TaxableStatus2
TaxableStatus1 exempt
TaxableStatus2
In this example,the Tax Exempt key is programmed for exemption of
ThxableStatus1 only.
Receipt
Operation
100[Tl
400
200[Y-l 300t-T"-l
"r;e VA
1
DEPAftTIf$T
1. Thisoperation
Taxable
exempts
Status1
items.
T
91.80
T
3
DEFARTI4EHT
it.txl
T
3
DEPf;frTI{ENT
s3.00
;
4
DEPARTI.,IENT
$4.00
TAXEXE}FT
4No
AilOI}$3$6.C0
TAXASLE
t0.t7
TFIX 7.
E*+sH S1C- E?
Example 2
TarableSlatus
Tag
DEPT5
$5.00
TaxableStatus2 exemot
DEPT6
$6.00
TaxableStatus1 exemot
DEPT7
$7.00
TaxableStatus2 exempt
DEPT8
$8.00
TaxableStatus1 exempt
In this example,the Tax Exempt key is programmedfor exemption of
ThxableStatus1 and ThxableStatus2.
Operation
5oo fYl 600[F-.1 700t-ry4
800 TYI a"^)o VEI
1. Thisoperation
Taxable
Status1
exempts
itemsandTaxable
Status2 items.
20
Receipt
T
15.m
6
T
DEPARTT€NT
t6.$1
;
?
DEPARTTENT
$?.m
DEPARTI€I'IT
E} T
t8.00
TAXSXEIIPT
4No
cAgH
$46- aE
5
OEPffiTI€NT
Basic Reglstrations
lrn
Fr
F
other PaymentMedia
fuymenrs
Example
Tag
DEPT
I
Tender
910.00Check
Opration
910.00
Receipt
1000{-Yl 1000["2*1.
D€PRRllGr{T
I .10.00
lNo
SUBTOTAL
1. Skipthisinputif the register
is
programmed
to prohibit
checkamount
inputs.
.10- oo
.10.m
trHECK
trHANGE
.O.t]O
You must perform the following operation when check endorsement is
programmed as compulsory. If you don't the next operation you try will
cause an error in the next input.
1. Insert the check into the optional slip printer.
2. Press the Check Endorsement key to print the check endorsement.
3. Remove the check from the slip printer after it is released.
The Check Print key can be used to print the amount, date, and check print
message on the check.
1,. Insert the check into the optional slip printer.
2. Press the Check Print key to print the check endorsement.
3. Remove the check from the slip printer after it is released.
f*ng
Checks
You can program Check Tender key to automatically apply a rate or fixed
amount as a service charge. Then, when you.press the key, the amount due
the customer is printed on the receipt and displayed.
Example 1 -
Rate
Tender
Check
0peration
1000{-*].
1. Inputtheamount
of thecheck.Thecash
register
usesthe programmed
rateto
calculate
the servicecharge,
whichis
deducted
fromthe amount
of thecheck.
Theresultis shownon thedisplay
and
printed.
Preset Rate
$10.00
(10%)
Receipt
.10.00
CHECK
SERI/ICE
CHnGE-1.00
.9,m
cflsHctsGE
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Example 2 -
Amount
Tender
PresetAmounl
Check
$10.00
Operation
Receipt
1699["r,*i'
1. Inputthe amount
of thecheck.Thecash
register
deducts
the fixedservicecharge
fromtheamount
of thecheck.Theresult
is shownon the display
andprinted.
ChargeTender
($0.2s)
.10.00
CHECK
SERVIIE
CtilRGE{1.35
.9.?E
cAsHclH{tr
Example
Tag
Tender
DEPT5
$15.00Charge
Receipt
Operation
1500t-Y-l 1234567890
E"
$15.00
E'
printsa reference
1. Thisoperation
number
thatcanbe up to ten digitslong.You
canskipthisoperation,
but management
oftenrequires
sometypeof customer
identification
for chargesales.
2. Thisoperation
registers
the lastinputas a
Youshould
charge
tender.
alsoinputan
hereif suchinputis
amounl
tendered
programmed
as compulsory.
DEPffiTlft{I5 .t5.00
NUT'IBER
1?J456?890
lNo
CHf|RGE
.15- otl
You must perform the following operationif validation of chargetenders
compulsory.
0peration
InsertSlip[;lo
1. Whenvalidation
is programmed
slipprinting
as compulsory,
an erroroccursif youskip
thisstep.
22
Baslc Registrations
Credit Card
Tender
Example
Tag
DEPT4
Tender
$25.00 Creditcard
Operation
$25.00
Receipt
25oo[Y I 1212121212
[-#-l' @o
printsa reference
1. Thisoperation
number
thatcanbe up to ten digitslong.You
canskipthisoperation,
but management
oftenrequires
sometypeof customer
identification
for creditcardsales.
2. Thisoperation
registers
the lastinputas a
credittender.Youshouldalsoinputan
amount
tendered
hereif suchinputis
programmed
as compulsory.
D€PfiRTr€t{t
4 .25.m
NUI.IBER
1?l2t2le12
1t{o
EREDIT
.85- Otl
You must perforrn the following operationif validation of credit tendersis
compulsory.
0pration
InsertSlipf;;-l'
1. Whenvalidation
slipprinting
is programmed
as compulsory
an erroroccursif youskip
thisstep.
Hixed Tender
Example I
Tag
Tendel
Charge
DEPT
s
$20.00
$55.00Check
$30.00
Cash
Operation
$5.00
Receipt
5500t-Yl 2000F_-l 3000l*/*l tysl
lEPnRTm{r5 .55.00
It{o
siUBTOTAL
.55- 00
.20.M
CHARGE
.t0.m
CHECK
cAsH
.5,m
The same transaction would be registered as shown below when operation
of the Charge key is programmed as prohibited for an amount tendered
input.
Operation
5500t-Yl 3000t"'/*l 500t7$ F-l
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Example 2
Tender
Tag
tonetaryUnit
lledia
DEPTI
Check
$15.00checks
Cash
$5.00notes
oty
Total
$45.00
$53.00
z
$10.00
Receipt
0peralion
5300[-Yl 3 @.
500 [7*lo
1500[",;]. 2 @.
1. Thisoperation
inputsthe number
of
checks.
2. Be sureto inputlhe amount
of each
checkandnotthe totalamounthere.An
erroroccursif the totalamountexceeds
10 digits.
inputsthe number
3. Thisoperation
of notes.
4. Be sureto inputtheamount
of eachnote
here.
andnotthetotalamount
D€PffiTItrNI
1 .$.M
lNo
SUFTOTAL
.53- CIo
.45.00
trHECK
.10.m
GJISH
.l.m
trHAl'lGE
3-13 Switching BetweenREG 1 and REG 2
In the following example, the cash register is programmed so you can't
perform discounts in the Reg 1 Mode, with discounts in the Reg 2 Mode.
Example
Tag
PLUNo.46
($5.00)
PLUNo. 45
($45.00)
DEPT1
Tendel
10%(REG2)
$55.00
$10.00
Operation
PLU
SHORT
46 f'tr] 45 t-H,"]REG2 10 l%:-l REG1
1000t-ra t7*l
LONGPLU
46 r,l 45 F_l REG2 10 tZ:l REG1
1000fYl t7*l
24
Discount
Receipt
.5.80
FLU 46
.45.m
PLU 45
lUZ
DISE{lIJNT-4.S]
1 .10.M
DEPffiI}EilT
3t{o
cAEiH .55- 50
Basic Registrations
3-14Corrections
Correction of Last Operation
Itbrn Registered
1oot-rl 2oolrl
Receipt
-+ae [*-ro [7*r
1. Enor
2. Voidsthe lastitemregistered.
Correction of
Specffic ltem
Operation
100[El 200[Y-lc 300t-ra
400 lryl @. zOOfYl. gs]
1. Enor
2. Indicates
thatthe nextoperation
is a void
operation.
3. Repeatthe operation
thatyouwantto
void.
.1.00
DEFffII€ltT1
.2.II1
DEPffiT}€M
2
.?.M
I}EPffiTl€NT
E
ERFffiC{SRECT-?.ffI
?ilo
.3- O0
EA=iH
Receipt
DEruT}EilTI.
DEPAftTI€ilT
Z
DEPARTI€ilT
3
DEPARTT€ilT
4
UgID
DEPffiTI€I{T
3
3{o
.gtrASH
.T.M
.t.M
'3.IX]
,4.IX}
.I.M
tlo
The Void key chn be used to to correct registrations made with a
department key, Long PLU, or Short PLU only.
Cancellation
of All
lbmS Registefed
The following procedure cancels all items registered in a transaction..
However, the number of items you can cancel with this procedure is limited,
depending on the memory allocation operation. If you try to cancel a
trartsaction that is larger that this limit, an error occurs and you will not be
able to continue. only items contained in the current transaction are
canceled, without affecting preceding transactions.
Example
Operation
100TYI 200t-Y-l 300 [-Yl
400 [-'? I fs P
1. Pressthiskeyto clearall itemsregistered.
Receipt
DEPffiTIENT
1
DEPffiIlfilt e
EPffiIlfM 3
DEPARTIfNT
4
CANCEL
.I.M
.?.00
.3.M
.4.M
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CE47N OPration Manual
3-15 ValidationSliP Printing
Tender
Reductlon
Tag
PLUNo. 39
($0.00)
PLUNo.40
($1.00)
$0.90
Cash
0
$0.1
Example
In this example,validationsare required for the PLU 39 registration,
reductionsand subtotals.
Operation
PLU
SHORT
39 [w I InsertSlipf;-l
InsertSlip@ @
40 f"tr-l 10 [:_l InsertSlip[;l
F;l
LONGPLU
39 t-;l InsertSlipt-;l
InsertSlip@ @
40 F_-l 10 [-_l lnsertS[p f;-l
F;l
'0-m
39
Ji34
RESt]1S."?e1t15il.
llEFLU
Freglffitrielsil. J?r4
ilffiuFIRffiTI{X{
-t}'lCI
Jt34
REmIS?92121S,L
11ffiU8T0TRL
'u.?E
3-16 Non-SalesTransactions
ReCgiVed On
ACCOUnI
You cannot perform the following operation during registration of a
transaction.
Example
Amount
$700.00
Operation
Compulsory
Validation
Receipt
70000
F_-l
RC1JED
{t}t trflr}fT
.?{tr.m
The following operationis required if compulsoryvalidation is programmed'
Operation
E
%
Basic Registrations
Pdd Outs
Example
Amount
Applicablel|ode
$1.50
REG2
Operation
Receipt
REG2 1212121212
t-F--l150t-;_l
PATD
PirJ<Ups
OUT.T.SI
The sentinel alarm function can also be programmed with an amount to
signal for a pick up when the contents of the drawer exceed a preset
amount.
Example
tedia
otv
[onetary Unlt
notes
$100.00
5
notes
$10.00
2
$15.00check
1
Cash
Check
0peration
5 v€ 10000
t;;-t 2 vg 1000
{;;l @ EZE15ssF;t t"r,*t
Receipts
PICK
UP '15.M
.15.00
CHECK
5 ITEI€
PICK
IJP.sM,O{I
2 IIEG
PICK
tJP.z0.ffi
-sr0.m
cfiEiH
+17 Refunds
Using the RF
Hode
When the Mode Switch of the register is in the RF position, you can access
either the Refund Mode or Reg Minus Mode. Programming determines
whether the register goes into the Reg Minus Mode or the Refund Mode the
first time the Mode Switch is set to the RF position. Totalizers and counters
in each mode are affected as shown in the following table.
Totalizer/Counter
REFUilDTode
REGlllnus llode
Net salesamounl
Reduced
Reduced
Amount
Reduced
Reduced
Numberof items
Reduced
Reduced
Count
lncreased
Reduced
Net salesnumberof customers
Increased
Reduced
Numberof cuslomers
Reduced
Reduced
Stockquantity
Programmable'
Incroased
* Programmable as either "not calculated" or "increased"
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CE47(n Operation Manual
To change from the
Refund Mode to the
Reg Minus Mode
1. Set the Mode Switch to the RF position.
2. Sign on a clerk by pressing a clerk button or inputting a clerk secret
number. At this point, the register enters the Refund Mode.
3. Input "1111".
4. Press the Subtotal key to enter the Reg Minus Mode. At this point, the
printer prints a mode change symbol on the receipt and journal.
While the register is in the Reg Minus Mode, the symbol is printed on
receipts and the journal for registrations performed while the Mode Switch
is in the RF position. The symbol is also printed in the validation/slip
header line.
To change from the
Reg Minus Mode to
the Relund Mode
1. Set the Mode Switch to thq RF position.
2. Sign on a clerk by pressing a clerk button or inputting a clerk secret
number. At this point, the register enters the Reg Minus Mode.
3. Input "1111".
4. Press the Subtotal key to enter the Refund Mode. At this point, the
printer prints a mode change symbol on the receipt and journal.
\A/hile the register is in the Refund Mode, the symbol is printed on receipts
and the journal for registrations performed while the Mode Switch is in the
RF position.
Reg Minus Mode
Normal Refund
Transaction
Example
otv
ReturnedGoods
DEPT
PLUNo. 2
$1.50
z
(91.20)
o
Operation
LONGPLU
28
Cash
$10.20
Receipt
PLU
SHORT
150fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYl
{-Y_16 7€t Z @ t7ts
150TYI t-ra 6 V€t z E
Payment
@
R-01-0?-93 L1.:39
'r, JAfK50Nl:14 ?L
.1.50
DTPARTI"TENT
1
.1.5C
DEFARTilEHT
1
5 iTEilS
.7.2C
F LU A
8No
[]ASH '1O- EO
Basic Registntions
Subtraction and
CXscounts
Example
ReturnedGoods
Action
DEPT3
$4.00Subtraction
PLUNo.2
Payment
$0.15
Cash
($1.20)Discount
$4.99
(5%)
Operation
SHORT
PLU
400[FEl 1s{-:t 2 rH I @ VB
R{)t-ffi-9z 11:?9
r{. JtrKS0N12J4 9?
LONGPLU
400 Tr'-l 15 [:l
.4.00
DEPffilltElfr
3
SUBTRMTION-0.I5
.1.tt1
FLU 3
3Z
DISCoUNT-o.06
2 t;'l
@A @
!!lo
.4-
CASH
?9
Ftsfund Mode
lsmal Refund
tfrrrsaction
Example
Returned
Goods
otv
DEPT1
$1.50
PLUNo.2
($1.20)
Payment
I
Cash
$10.20
6
Operation
SHORT
PLU
150f-fl fYt 6 V€t z @
@
LONGPLU
150f-Y_] fY-t 6 v€t z @
@
RF0t-07-9e 11:3{t
f{. JACKS&{I?34 94
.I.50
DEPffiTIGNT
1
.1.-J)
I}EPAftTI€NI
1
6 ITEITS
.?.20
FLU e
S'lo
trF5H
9lmrtion
trccounts
and
.1(}- e0
Example
ReturnedGoods
DEPT
3
Aclion
$4.00Subtraction
PLUNo.2
($1.20)Discount
Payment
$0.1
5
Cash
$4.99
(5%)
Operation
SHORT
PLU
400 [-T-] 15 {-:-l 2 ttrl
LONGPLU
400 TyY_t15 [:t
@
@
FcF0t{}?-ge 11:10
r{. JtrI(Sil1234
95
DEPffiTt€XT
3
2 Ft
@) V@
.4.00
sugrmmlm {t.15
.1.t0
PLU e
3Z
DrscouNT{.rx
EASH
2l'lo
,4.
?9
CE47(n Opretlon Manual
RefundsintheYoucanalsoprocessrefundsintheReglandReg2Modes'
Reg 1 and Reg 2 Exampte
Modes
DEPT1
$2.35 DEPT1
DEPT2
$2.00
PLUNo.2
($1.20)pLUNo.2
Operation
PLU
SHORT
235 aY-l 2oo {-Y-l 2 rtr I F--]
235 t-Y_] f-;t z @ @
LONGPLU
2s5 T-*t 200 f?--l 2 F_-l ft
235Bf4zElFZB
30
Payment
Belurnor Cancel
Tag
$2.35
Cash $2.00
($1.20)
Receipt
EFffiTIfT{T1
DEPART}€NT
E
PLU e
REFUNI}
IEPARTIE{T
1.
REFUND
PLU e
EASH
.?.J5
.2.M
.1.2t1
-2.35
-1.2t
4Functions
Registration
lfinnced
The functions described here are for more specialized, applications and can
be used as needed.
+l $ck
CheckOperation
Each Long PLU has an actual stock totalizer that you can Program with a
minimum stock quantity. Then the register checks actual stock quantities
against the programmed minimum stock quantities. Stock operations are
performed only for Long PLUs programmed with minimum stock quantities.
lYaming
tselors
The cash register checks for negative values in actual stock quantities during
the registration itself. After registration is complete, it checks actual stock
quantities against minimum stock quantities. The following warning
indicators are used to inform the operator of any problems.
o " -STOCK" displayed during registration
This message indicates that the actual stock quantity is negative. You can
also program the cash register to treat this condition as an error. This
warning does not appear when actual stock quantity is zero.
o "MIN.STOCK" displayed and buzzer sounds after registration
This message indicates that the actual stock quantity is less than or equal
to the minimum stock quantity. The cash register can be programmed so
that a buzzer sounds when the actual stock quantity is less than the
minimum stock quantity.
Notes
The stock check operation is also performed for Long PLUs programmed
with minimum stock quantities that make uP set menus.
None of the warning indicators appear unless the cash register is
specifically programmed for the stock check operation.
Stock operations can be performed for registrations in the RF Mode or
those performed with the Refund key.
o An error correct, void, or cancel operation restores the original number of
items in stock value.
f{
Clerk (Cashier)lnterruptFunction
There are two types of clerk/cashier intemrpt function, illustrated by
Procedure 1 and Procedure 2 below.
o In Procedure 1., each clerk possessesa unique clerk intemrpt buffer, and
so the clerk intemrpt function gives each individual clerk the ability to
perform an independent registration operation. In this case, each clerk is
individually linked to a unique clerk intermpt buffer.
r In Procedure 2, multiple clerks use the same clerk intermpt buffer, and so
a single clerk intermpt operation (clerk change during registration) can be
performed while any registration is in progress. In this case, multiple
clerks are linked to a single clerk intemrpt buffer.
31
CE4700 Opration Manual
Note the following important points concerning the clerk intemrpt function.
o The register must be programmed to allow use of the clerk interrupt
function.
o To use the clerk intemrpt function, a clerk intermpt buffer must first be
allocated with the memory allocation operation. Next, the manager control
operation (X1 Mode) should be used to perform clerk assignment for the
clerk intermpt function. The clerk intermpt operation cannot be performed
by clerks who are not linked to a clerk intermpt buffer.
o You cannot use the clerk intermpt function on a register set up to
function as part of a check tracking system.
In the REG 1, REG 2, and RF modes, clerks can change while a transaction
is in progress, making it possible for multiple clerks to simultaneously
perform registrations using a single register. For example, if Clerk A is
intemrpted while registering a transaction, Clerk B can use the same
machine to register a different transaction. Then Clerk A can continue the
original registration from the point where it was intermpted.
Procedure 1
The clerk for RegistrationA is signed off when the New Balance key is pressed. This step
cannot be omitted when the register is programmedfor hold compulsory.
When a clerk signs on in the clerk interruptfunction,a headeris printedon the iournal,
indicatingthe date, time, clerk descriptor,and the store/machinenumber.
The clerk for RegistrationB is signed off when the New Balance key is pressed. This step
cannot be omitted when the register is programmedfor hold compulsory.
4 . When a clerk signs on again, the clerk's descriptorand memory number are printed on the
iournal.
Finalizationtor RegistrationA (Clerk 1). Note that it is not necessaryto press the New
Balance key here.
6. Finalizationfor RegistrationB (Clerk 2). Note that it is not necessaryto press the New
Balance key here.
7 . lssuance of guest receipt for RegistrationA (Clerk 1).
1.
Notes
The operationspossible after the Nerr Balance key is pressed are: numeric input, Clear ksy,
Clerk Secret Number key, and mode switch change operaiions.Attemptingany other key
"CLK## " to appear on the display.
operationgeneratesan error, causing the message
Follo$/ingoperationof the New Balance key, the only mode changes allowed are between
REG 1, REG 2, and RF.
When the register is programmedtor clerk or cashier assignmentusing clerk buttons, you can
assign the clerk or cashier using buttons.
When the register is programmedfor clerk or cashier assignmentusing clerk secret numbers,
you can use the Clerk Secret Number k€y to input secret numbers.
The validationprint operationcan be performedfollowinga clerk change.
A guest receipt can be issued followingclerk change, and receiptscan be issued separately
for each clerk.
A cancel operationcan be performedduring registrationby either of the clerks. When Clerk A
signs back on (after being interruptedby Clerk B), the cancel operationcancels only the items
registeredafter signing back on. ltems regisleredbefore ths interruptare not canceled.
32
Advaned R€g/lst/"/tlon Functlons
Procedure2
1 . The clerk for Registration A is signed off when the New Balance key is
pressed. This step cannot be omitted when the register is programmed
for hold compulsory.
When a clerk signs on in the clerk intemrpt function, a header is printed
on the journal, indicating the date, time, clerk descriptor, and the
store/machine number.
3. The clerk for Registration B is signed off when the New Balance key is
pressed. This step cannot be omitted when the register is programmed
for hold compulsory.
When a clerk signs on again, the clerk's descriptor and memory number
are printed on the journal.
*3 RegisteringLoan Amounts
Use this procedure to register loan or bank received from the office before
operation.
Example
oty
Unit
f,edla
10
$1.00notes
$3s.00
Cash
$5.00notes
Operation
Receipt
10t7s-l 100f;_l 5 t7rcl
5 0 0 t - ; ]@ @
10 llElts
LoAN
5 IlEr{S
LCIAN
EA*}H
.10.m
.Es.OO
.35.m
Use the following keys to finalize the above operations according to loan
media.
v4,ve, F_l, @ l
,ge
The amount you finalize is added to the appropriate media in drawer
totalizer.
33
CE47N Oo€l|"/tlon llanual
tt-4 Single ltem Cash Sales
A department key or PLU programmed with single item sale status finalizes
the transaction as soon as it is registered.
The single item sales function cannot be programmed if the keyboard does
not include a Cash Amount Tendered key. The single item sales function can
only be used for cash sales.
Example 1
DEPT6
oty
Sales Status
Tag
s.r.s.
$2.00
Tend€l
$2.00
Cash
1
Receipt
Opration
2oo[F-lo
.A.m
D€Pffin€{r6
finalized.
is immediately
1. Thetransaction
1ilo
cAsH
.2- 00
Example 2
$les Status
Tag
s.r.s.
($3.00)
DEPT6
otv
Tendcr
3
$9.00
Cash
Receipt
Operation
3 [7s] [Flo
J IIE6
.9.M
D€PffiI}El{T
6
${o
.9- Orl
cAsiH
to the
1. Theunitpriceprogrammed
keyis registered
andthe
department
registration
is finalized.
Example 3
Teg
DEPT3
$2.00
DEPT6
$5.00
Sale3 Status
oty
Normal
1
s.r.s.
E*l
here,
is notfinalized
1. Thetrarsaction
because
lhe singleitemsalesdepartment
following
wasregistered
anotheritem.
u
Cash
1
Receipt
Opration
200 T-""l 500fYl'
Tender
DEFffiTI€{T
3 .2.M
DEmIIE{I 6 '5.m
ab
.?- CIo
cAsH
$7.00
Advaned Reglstntlon Functions
f5 Addition
Sirnl
Charge
ExamPle1
Tender
Addltion
Tag
DEPTI
$5.00
($0.50)
DEPT2
$7.00
($0.7s)
$20.00
Cash
Receipt
Operation
500 t---l t-+_lP 700 fFl
2000tTsl
75 f+_l'
.5.M
'.
DEPARTI€M
ADDITION.(l.SI
.?.M
E
DEPART}A{T
ADDITItrN.O.?5
Slo
SlJETOTAL
.13- 25
.m.m
cAgiH
'6.?5
EHANGiE
1. Thisoperation
inputsthe amount
progammed
to the key.
inputting
the
2. Manually
an amounloverrides
programmed
amount
Example 2
Teg
DEPT1
$3.00
oty
Addllion
3
$0.25each
Tender
Cash
$24.45
Receipt
Opention
PLU
SHORT
3 ITES
sva€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€ 3oot-?13@'25r+|rv.tsJ
LONGPLU
3 @ 3 0 0t ? l 3 w
25r+f v$l
1. Youmustalsoperform
the multiplication
for the amountbeingaddedto
operation
eaci item.
.9.00
DEPffiTI{M4
3 tlEC
ADDITION.O.?5
$b
.9_?5
cAsH
CE47N Oplaltiolr ltranual
Premiumfor ltem
and Subtotal
Example
Premium
Tag
DEPT5
$10.00
DEPT6
$5.00
Tender
SubtotelPremium
Tolo
(5%)
Cash
$20.00
On models available in the United States and Canada, you cannot
perform the premium operation for subtotals (subtotal premium)
immediately after operation of the Subtotal key. You can apply a premium
to a subtotal produced by the Merchandise Subtotal key only
(merchandise iubtotal premium). Be sure to use the Merchandise Subtotal
key when you wish to apply a premium to a subtotal.
on models available in other areas, you cannot perform the premium
operation for subtotals (subtotal premium) immediately after operation of
the Merchandise subtotal key. You can apply a premium to a subtotal
produced by the subtotal key only. Be sure to use the subtotal key when
you wish to apply a premium to a subtotal.
The premium op'eration for the last item registered cannot be performed
when the cash register is programmed for gross totalizing of departments
and PLUs. One of the following rounding methods can be specified for
the premium operation in accordance with the rate ProSrammed for the
Premium kev.
Final Digit
Rounding
0
0to2
3to7
Sorg
10
The value accumulated in the totalizers, shown on the display, and
printed on the receipt/journal is the rounded result.
o The register can be Programmed so that attemPts to perform the premium
operation following operation of the Merchandise Subtotal key result in an
error.
o The register can be Programmed so that the premium operation can be
performed following operation of the Merchandise Subtotal key only. In
this case, attempts to perform the premium operation on the last
registered item result in an error.
Operation
-%:15oo
7
looo [TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.t
[Y.l @ @t
2000v$l
Receipt
IEPARTI€I{T
5 '10.M
77,
.0.?t}
FFtEt"tIUl.{
.5.00
DCPRRTIfiM
6
SUBTOTAL
-tE
tfl
gx
.0.??
PREI{IUH
?t{o
SUBTOTAL
.16- 4?
.e0.00
cAsH
.3.51
cHAhtt3E
36
Advaned fugbffion
Functions
4{ Selective ltem Subtotal Key
Departments, Short PLUs and Long PLUs can be prcgrammed with a
discount/premium status. Then, operation of the Selective Item subtotal key
during registration of a transaction calculates a subtotal of all items
programmed with a discount/premium status. A discount or premium
operation can then be performed on that subtotal.
Example
otv
Tag
PLU2
$(1.20)
I
PLU19
$(5.00)
I
PLU4
9(1.40)
Status
Discounl
Tender
DiscounVPremium
ltem
Status
Cash
10o/o
PLU44
$(3.50)
Discount/Premium
ltem
Status
PLU47
$(10.00)
DiscounVPremium
ltem
Slatus
Operation
SHORT
PLU
2 @ 1et-tr] 4 @ 44 t-'tr]
47 [HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
]l fE" ro f%a 20ooF/*l
LONGPLU
2 F-l 1e F-l 4 F-l 44 a-;-t
47 f;) E.
ro @1 2000v$t
1. Thisoperation
displays
the subtotal
of all
itemsprogrammed
as discounVpremium.
$20.00
Receipl
.1.28
FLU 2
.5.00
FLU
19
.1.40
PLU 4
.3.50
f:.LU 44
.10.00
FLU 47
SEIECTI'JE
Ifi ST
.1S.50
102
DISCOUNT-I.85
$h
SUBTCITAL
'19- e5
cAsH
CHANG;E
.$.m
.0.?5
Note the following points when performing selective item subtotar
operations.
The Plus and Minus keys cannot be used for addition or subtraction
operations involving a selective item subtotal. Premium and Discount keys
can be individually programmed to allow or disallow their operation with
a selective item subtotal.
when a discount or premium operation is performed in a selective item
subtotal made up of items programmed with taxable status and/or
commission status, the premium or discount is also applied to the
corresponding tax amount and/or commission amount.
Discount and premium operations are performed regardless of whether the
amount for any of the items involved are positive or negative.
After operation of the selective Item subtotal key, only the following
operations are available: error correct, cancel, finalization, New Balance,
Text Recall, Text Print, Non-Add, Rate Thx, Thx Exempt, Validation,
Subtotal, Merchandise Subtotal, Pervious Balance Subtotal, and VAT kev
operations, and the clerk/cashier intermpt operation.
CE47(n Operatlon Manual
4-7Tray Total Premium/Discount
The buffer memory stores all items that fall into the prescribed range/
starting from the first item registered for a transaction up to the point that
the Triy Total Key is pressed to perform a tray total premium/discount
operation. Following a premium/discount operation, the buffer is cleared and
storage of new dati starts from registration of the next item following the
first lremium/discount operation. The following operations clear the buffer
memory.
o Pressing the Tray Total key twice.
r Pressing the Tray Total key and then performing a premium/discount
operation. The contents of the buffer memory are restored if an error
correction operation is performed to delete the premium/discount
operation.
o A finalize operation.
Example
1
DEPT
$10.00
oEPT2
$20.00
DEPT3
$30.00
DEPT4
$10.00
DEPT5
$50.00
5% (Preset)
Cash
$136.50
10%
Receipt
Operation
1o0ofYl 2000fYl
3oooTYI B
@
Tender
Tray Total Discount
Trg
@ @
10 t%l gsl
.10.{Xl
i
DEPf,RTI€{T
3 .gl.'tr
DEPffiT}E}IT
TOTF|L
.3(}- 00
5Z
-1.5{1
DISC0U}{I
.30.m
DEffiTlflff I
4 .40.M
DEPffiTTGT{T
5 .$.M
DEPRftlI€ilT
TOTAL
.1eo- oo
fi?.
Dl$fl"tfi
-12.m
silo
.136- 50
38
Advanced Registntion Functians
+8 Coupon Transactions
ColJpon
hgistratign
lp Coupon
Note that errors result when the result of a calculation is negative if the
Using cash registeris programmedto prohibit credit balances.
Key
Example: Cash register programmed lor gross totatizing of departments
and PLU9
Coupon
Tendel
Qtv
Tag
Amount
PLUNo. 32
($12.00)
Qtv
2
$1.50
I
1
$0.50(pfeset)
1
Cash
DEPT2
$8.00
Receipt
Operation
PLU
SHORT
2 V*-t 32 t-'tr] 2 Vg
800TYI Flo [7*l
$28.50
150Flo
LONGPLU
2@.32ct2@15oF-]o
8ooael @). @
2 IIE{S
PLU 3e
? ITE}IS
trouPoN
.t4.00
-3.m
DEPffiTI€NT
E .8.M
couPoN
{,.50
cAsH
3ilo
.ea_ 5CI
1. Thevalueyou inputfor the quantity
can
haveup to lourdigitsto the left of the
decimalpointandup to twodigitsto the
point.
rightof the decimal
2. Thecouponamountcanbe up to seven
digitslong.
keywithout
3. Justpressthe Coupon
price
inputting
a valuewhenthecoupon
matches
thatprogrammed
beingregistered
to the key.
39
CE47$
Opafut
Nanual
Example: Cash register programmed for net totalizing of departarcnts
and PLU9
Coupon
Oy
Tag
Amounl
($15.00)
PLUNo. 20
DEpT1
$10.00
z
$2.00(preset)
1
$1.00
Tender
Cash
$40.00
1
Receipt
Operation
PLU
SHORT
2 vE
otv
2 llEf,ls
.30.00
PLU eO
1 'IO.OO
DEPARTIGilT
20ltr]
1000[-Ya [;*l' Flo
100F_l 4000Es)
LONGPLU
2@20F]
1000t-q'--lF-lo F_l'
100{-;_l 4000t7sl
F--l
tr{]UPoN
couPoN
couPoN
-2.m
-2.m
-t.$1
S{o
SUBTOTAL
.35- CICI
.40.fr1
cAsH
.5.M
CHANG;E
F_]
can
1. Thevalueyouinputfor thequantity
haveup to fourdigitsto the leftof the
pointandup to two digitsto the
decimal
rightof the decimal
Point.
Youcannotskipthis
the subtotal.
2. Calculate
for
is programmed
stepwhenthe register
Pl-Us.
and
ol departrnents
nettotalizing
keywithout
3. Justpressthe Coupon
inputting
a valuewhenthe couponprice
matches
thatprogrammed
beingregistered
to the key.
Example
Goupon
RegistrationUsing
the Coupon2 Key
Coupon
otv
Tag
DEPT3
914.00
Amounl
$1.00
too@r 18tfl
tE
1oot-Y_]1sE
E
51 ltrlo 2000gs]
LONGPLU
1400
t-TI E.
51 F_lo 2000Esl
thatthe nextinputis a
1. Thisspecifies
Pressthiskeybeloreeach
coupon.
couponinput.
to the
2. Thecouponthat is programmed
PLUnumber
thatyouinputis lookedup
automatically.
&
$20.00
Receipt
Operation
1400
[ra E"
Cash
to PLUNo. 51)
$0.50(preset
P L U N O .1 8
PLU
SHORT
Tender
Oy
3 .14.00
DEPffiTI€{T
cCIuPoN 3...'.
3 -t.tn
D€PmTi€NI
.7.m
PLU 18
couPttN e.....
-0.50
PLU 51
2No
SUBTOTAL
.r.9- 5(1
.20.00
cAsH
.0.50
CHANGE
Advaned Registntion Functions
4-9 Registeringthe SecondUnit Price
second unit prices along with quantity modifiers can be programmed to
Long PLUs. Pressing the 2nd Unit Price free function key calls up the
second unit price, quantity modifier, and descriptor for the next registered
Long PLU. Totalizers and inventory are adjusted by multiplying the number
of items being registered by the quantity modifier programmed to the Long
PLU being registered.
. The 2nd Unit Price key must be pressed before each registration of a
Long PLU whose second unit price and quantity modifier are to be used.
. Second unit price registration is not available with sub-departments when
second unit price is not preset.
. Second unit prices and quantity modifiers are assigned to Long PLUs
using programming procedures described in the Programming Manual.
o Even if a Long PLU is programmed with a package quantity, the second
unit price and quantity modifier are applied during registration following
operation of the 2nd Unit Price key.
Example 1
1 ($5.00)'1
Long-PLU
Quanlityllodifier
'2
(0.5)
e ($z.OO)'t
Long-PLU
(3)'2
Tag
'1
"2
Tender
$7.00
Cash
Preset second unit price.
Preset quantity modifier.
Receipt
Operation
@"
otv
r F--l T;;-1. 2 F_l 700vB
thatthenextinpul
declares
1. Thisoperation
unitprice.
is a second
PLU 1 (hd) .3.t8
FLIJ E (H) -2.00
S{o
=iUBTIITAL
'?- oo
'?.m
cAEiH
CHANG}E
.O.M
Example 2
Tag
LongPLUZ 1E1.OO;'1
'1
'2
Ouantltyllodifler
e.o)'2
oty
3
Tender
Cash
$10.00
Preset second unit price.
Preset quantity modifier.
Receipt
Operation
LONGPLU
3 @' E"
z F--l 1000{7*l
t . Thevalueyoucaninputfor thequantity
canhaveup to tourdigitsto the leftof
placeand up to threedigits
the decimal
to the right
declares
thatthe nextinpuf
Thisoperation
is a secondunitprice.
3 ITE€
PLU ? (znd) .3.00
Slo
SUBTtfTAL
.3- O0
-10.00
cAsiH
.?.$
EHANGiE
41
CE47N Opntlon
Hanual
Example 3
The procedures shown above are for when the cash register is programmed
not to maintain a second unit price shift. If is programmed is performed to
maintain a second unit price shift, the following procedure applies.
Tag
PreselUnit
Price
Preset
Second
UnitPrice
Regisllation
Oy
I
LongPLU
1
$1.10
$5.00
SecondUnit Price
LongPLU
2
$1.20
$2.00
SecondUnit Price
LongPLU
7
$1.30
$1.00
SocondUnitPrice
LongPLU
1
$1.10
$5.00
UnitPrice
$ 1. 1 0
$5.00
UnitPrice
LongPLU
Tender
Cash
910.30
1
Receipt
Operation
t F--l 2F--l 7 F_l F=lo 1 F--l
El
2 a;-t VB
FLU 1 (Znd)'S.tXl
PLU e (ttd) .?.m
FLU ? (znd)'1.00
.1.10
1FLU
.1.m
FLU 2
5lk
cAsH.t-CI-30
of the
shiftsto registration
1. Thisoperation
secondunitPrice.
ol
shiftsbackto registration
2. Thisoperation
(first)unitPrice.
the normal
4-10 Preset Tender Amounts
An amount up to six digits long can be programmed to the cash Amount
Tendered key. Then, when that key is pressed without inputting a value, the
programmed value is automatically registered and the transaction is finalized.
wtr"" an amount is programmed to the Cash Amount Tendered key,
attempting to manually input an amount results in an error.
Example 1
DEpTI
Tender
Oy
Tag
$8.00
I
Cash
($10.00)'
' Preset amounl
Operation
800 t-Tl 9*l
42
Receipt
.S.OO
DEPORTIiENT
1
llb
SUBTOTAL .E|. OO
.10.00
cAsH
.3.IIO
CHF|NGE
Advaned Registration Functlons
Example 2
otv
Tag
DEPT4
'
Tender
1
Check
I
Cash
($s.oo1
$15.00
($10.00)'
Preset amount
Receipt
0peration
1500T-*l 500t"r'*l lTsl
DEffiT}EilT4 .T5.OO
1t{o
SUBTOTAL
.15- O0
.5.m
GHECK
cFts;H
CHANGE
.r0.$
.O.IXI
+11 Boftle Link Operation(Long PLU Only)
You can link any type of PLU (Short, Long) or sub-department to a Long
PLU.
Example
LinkedPLU 1{o.
Tender
Oy
Tag
PLU ilo.
Unil Price
PLUNo. 36
($3.25)
1
PLUNo. ll
$0.2s
PLU22
($3.50)
e
PLUNO.37
$0.35
$4.00
a
PLUNO.38
$0.50
17
SUB-DEPT
400f;-t tE re
$24.05
Receipt
Operation
LONGPLU
36 f;l]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]
3 l7ffl 22 f;-t
Cash
17 F--l
.3,23
PLU 36
.0.25
PLU 11
3 ITEI{s
.10.50
PLU e2
.l.tF
PLU 3?
.4.00
PLU t7
.0.50
PLU 3e
.4.m
PLU t7
.0.50
PLU 38
6t{o
cA€iH .24- 05
/t3
CE47(n Operatlon Manual
4-12Bottle Returns
Linked Bottle
ReturnKey
(Long PLU Only)
You can use the Linked Bottle Return key to register a bottle return. A
Long PLU, or sub-department whose Programmed unit price represents the
contlentsof the bottle, can be linked with any type of PLU (Short, Long) or
sub-department whose Programmed unit price represents the deposit on the
bottle. In the following example, the Bottle Return key has been
programmed to operate as a linked bottle return key'
Example
Bottle Return
otv
Bottle Llnk ltem
Paymenl
LinkedPLU No.
Unit Ptice
PLUNo. 1l
$0.25
I
PLUNo.37
$0.35
e
PLUNo. 38
$0.50
($3'25)
PLUNo. 36
LongPLU22 ($3.50)
17
SUB-DEPT
94.00
Cash
$2.10
Receipt
Operation
LONGPLU
22CE tt"l 3 t7#l
36 @ B
1-Trrrrrrrrrrrrrrrl
RiI..."
BOTTTT
LINKED
PLU 36
-o.ff
PLU 11
RN.....
BOTTLE
LIN(ED
PLU EE
-0.35
PLU 3?
RN.,"'
BOTTLE
LIId(ED
3 ITE|S
FLU L7
-1.3t]
PLU 3A
0No
-a- t-E
cAsH
17F-rEF@
The Linked Bottle Return key must be pressed before input of each new
linked bottle return
BOtle
RetUfn
Key
In this operation, the Bottle Return key has been programmed to operate
a bottle return keY.
Example 1
DEPT2
$3.00
($0.25)
DEPT3
$4.00
$0.50
4
Cash
$6.25
Receipt
Operation
300 t-Yt Fl
Tender
Bottle Return
Tag
400 t-Y I 50 E
@
.3.00
E
DEPRRTIGNT
RETUfiil -0.25
BOTTLE
.4.ffi
DEPffiTI€{r3
RETIfiN -II.5O
BOTTLE
ab
Advaned Registntion Functions
Example 2
Bottle Felurn
Tender
Oy
Tag
oEPT4
$6.00
1
Amount
aty
$0.75
4
Cash
$20.00
Receipt
0peration
PLU
SHORT
3 f7#] 600 t-Y.l 4 V€t 75 F-l
2000Esl
3 ITBS
DEmT|€ilT4 .18.m
4 ITSS
BCITTLE
ETIfrI{ .3.M
3t{o
gUBTtrTAL
.15- O0
.2r1.fi1
cJlsiH
.5.fr'
CHANGE
LONGPLU
3t7*l 600 tY I 4 t7tr-l 75 F-l
2000(7sl
4-13 ArrangementKey Registrations
Up to 10 key operations can be assigned to an Arrangement key. Then,
simply pressing the Arrangement key performs all of the key functions
assigned to it.
Up to 10 key operations can also be assigned to an address code. Then,
when you input the address code using the Arrangement key, all of the key
functions assigned to the address code are performed.
Example 1
Tender
Tag
DEPTI
($1.00)
PLUNo.9
($1.50)
Cash
($2.00)
PLUNo. 10
Reduction
Operation
F]
$4.00
(- $0.50)
Receipt
D€PffiII€M1
F}LU I
PLU 10
SUBIftffiTIS{
3,h'
'4cAsH
.1.00
.1.50
.?.m
-O.g}
OE
45
CE47N Opentlon Manual
Example 2
Tendel
Tag
Address
1
DEPT
($1.10)
2
DEPT
($10.00)
Cash
Discount(% -)
$25.60
(5%)
($15.00)
DEPT4
Receipt
Operation
1 T;-l
.1.10
DEPffill€lrr1
DEPRRTIf}{I
E .10.M
5Z
DISiCOUNT{I.30
mrRmgn 4 .15.00
3t{o
.25- 60
cJlsH
+14 Set Menus
Set Menus Using ExamPle
PLU Numbers
(Long PLUsOnly)
Sel llenu ltom3
Sel tenu
otv
Tender
PLUNO.1
PLUNo.35
($5.00)
PLUNo. 3
1
Cash
$5.00
PLUNo. 12
Operation
35 [-;_lo [7*l
to Long
1. All PLUitemsthatareassigned
PLU35 (themenuitem)are registered.
Receipt
.5.m
35
1
3
L2.
lNo
.5- OO
EASiH
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
o When you register a set menu, its total amount is added to the PLU
totalizer and counter. The price of each set menu item is also added to
each respective PLU totalizer and counter.
46
Advand
RqlEtntion
Fundlons
+15 Tips
Example
oty
Tag
DEPT1
$3.00
1
DEPT
3
$5.00
1
Tlp
Tendel
$0.50
Operation
Cash
$10.00
Receipt
3oot-Y.l 5oot--*-l F;l 50 E
1000t7*l
@
.3.M
IEPRRTI'IENI
1
.5.00
DEPART}€NT
3
.O.H}
TIP
?ih
SUFTOTAL
.€l- stt
cAsH
CHANGE
.ro,m
.1.S
*16 Inputtingthe Numberof Customers
Example 1
otv
Tag
DEPT
2
$15.00
I
4
DEPT
$5.00
1
Numberof Cuslomors
2
Operation
2 t*l
1500l-fl
Tender
Cash
$20.00
Receipt
500 t--;l l7*l
ah. F qJsT0
DEPffiII€T{T
2 ,15.M
.5.M
DEPfiftTIfilT
4
ak
EASH .Etl. ECI
Example 2
You can only use the following operation to re-input the number of
customerswhen the Customerkey is preset to allow re-input. When
programming prohibits re-input of the number of customers,this operation
causes an erTor.
0peration
3 {*l
1500f-fl 500fT I 2 t*l
Receipl
tT*l
$lo. tF 0JST0
ItEFffiIt€}{T
e .15.m
.5.m
r)€mncilT 4
$lo. tF flfiT0
ab
.20- oCI
cAsH
You can re-input the number of customers either immediately after the initial
input or during later registration.
CE17N Operatton llanual
Example 3
You can use the following operationto add customersto an original number
of customersinput (when addition to the number of customersis allowed).
Receipl
Operation
2 t*l
1500[y-l 500E
1 t*l
t7s,l
zt{o. tF CUST0
DEPRfiTIGNT
E .15.M
.5.00
DEPRFTI€M
4
3ih. 0f clJsTo
?t{o
cfiEiH .2CI- CIO
4-17 Multiple ltem Totaling Function
This function accumulates all items registered from the first item registered
up to point that the Tiay Total key is pressed, or all items between two
pi"rt"J of the Tray Total key. Pressing the Tray Total key displays the total
imount with the tax included and prints it on the receipt and journal
(printing on receipt and journal is programmable)'
Example
A
otv
Tag
Customel
Tender
1
DEPT1
$1.00
DEPT2
$2.00
DEPT3
$3.00
1
DEPT4
$4.00
1
DEPT5
$5.00
DEPT6
$6.00
'I
Cash
$30.00
tt
Operation
100{-Yl 200t-Y--l300t-Yl t-ffi]
400t-Y-l 500t-Ya t-H,I
600TY_t@ @ 3000re
Receipt
'1.00
EPffiT€NT 1
.2.M
DEFARTI,IEHT
A
.3.M
3
DEPAffII€ilT
.5. (tO
TOTAL
.4.M
4
D€PffiTIEI{T
.5.S
DEPARTI€I{T
5
.9- OO
TSTAL
.6.txl
DtPARTt€'lT
6
.6- OO
TOTAL
6l{0
SUETOTAL
.41- 00
.30.m
cAsH
'9.00
CHANGE
Finalized transactions cannot be included in the total produced by the Tray
Total Key.
I
Advaned Registntlon Fundlons
{'18 Text RecallFunction
This procedure is used to recall text by inputting the address where the text
is stored. The recalled text is printed on the receipt and journal.
Example
otv
Tag
DEPT1
$46.00
1
DEPT4
$10.00
1
Tender
Cash
bcalled Text
P.ogmmmedText
Address
1
20
doublesize)
MEDIUM
SIZE(all characters
doublesize)
SMALLSIZE(all characters
Receipt
Operation
4600t-ra 1 @
20@Y@
$56.00
1000TY-l
wPmllENT L .46.W
},TEDIU},I SIZE
4 .1O.SO
DEPARTIIENT
SHllLL
SIZE
Ztb
.56- CItr
cAsH
If you input an address where no text is stored, the register locks and the
error tone sounds.
4-19ForeignCurrencyRegistration
The currency exchange function prints the foreign currency amount on the
receipt and journal in the following cases.
. When converting from a foreign currency to local currency
o When tender is made in a foreign currency
. When a subtotal is converted to a foreign currency
There are three sets of in-drawer totals for cash-in-drawer and
checks-in-drawer.
o Cash-in-drawer 1/Check-in-drawer 1
o Cash-in-drawer 2/Check-in-drawer 2
o Cash-in-drawer 3/Check-in-drawer 3
Each Currency Exchange key can be linked to a set of in-drawer totals.
The decimal place position and the monetary symbol following the currency
exchange operation can be specified for each Currency Exchange key. When
the in-drawer total amounts are printed on reports, however, they are
reported in the local currenry, according to the number of decimal places,
and using the monetary symbol for the local currency.
The CE-4700 lets you program which drawer opens when a Currency
Exchange key is pressed. When a transaction is paid for using the local
currency only, the drawer assigned to the clerk registering the transaction
opens. When a transaction is paid for using a foreign currency only, the
drawer programmed to the Currency Exchange key that is pressed opens.
When a transaction is paid for using a mixfure of local and foreign currency,
or when currency exchange is requested, two drawers open: the one
assigned to the clerk registering the transaction, and the drawer programmed
to the Currenry Exchange key that is pressed.
CE47N Opention Nanual
Conversion of a
ExamPle
foreign currency
tO the lOCal
Convert y5,000(apaneseyen) cash to dollars.
preprogrammedexchangerate: g1.00/y144= 0.69444
currency
Receipt
Operalion
F_-l s500ITsl
SJRfiEICYEXflflt\G
}.Jffi
CASiH
.34.?2
CHANGiE
* Use the following keys to finalize according to payment media'
V*t, %| Fa, [-;l
Partiaf amount
tender in a
foreign currency
ExamPle
Tender
oty
Tag
DEpTS
$15.00
yen) Y5,000
Cash(Japanese
DEPT6
$25.00
Check(U. S. dollars)
$5.28
= 0.594M
Preprogrammedexchangerate: $1.00/41'44
Receipt
Operation
1000{-Yl 2500{-Yl @
5000tTsl t*z*l
F]
DEPmrfilt5 .15.m
6 .?5.M
DEPflRTI€ilT
3f{o
SUETOTAL
.40- 00
EX$AilG
S.RRE}EY
l5lm
CASH
.$.73
cAsH
.5.?8
CHECK
Full amount
tender in a
foreign currency
Example
Tender
Ay
Tag
oEPT3
$20.00
4
DEPT
$30.00
Y10'000
yen)
Cash(Japanese
= 0.69M4
Preprogrammedexchangerate: 91.00/Y1'44
Receipt
Operation
2000[E-1 3000[Y_t @
10000tTsl
E
3 .20.m
DEPnft.tlfr{T
ffiPffinG}{r 4 .30.$
?th
SUBTOTAL
'50- oo
$nm[Y EXSsf{6
Xt{xm
cAgiH
'69.,{4
cASiH
CHANGE
50
'19.44
Advaned Regietntton Functions
+20 TemporarilyReleasingCompulsories
The Open 2 key can be programmed to release specific compulsories.
Example 1
Tag
DEPT1
Compulsory
Tender
$ 1 0 . 0 0C heck
$10.00
Operation
1000fq--l @
Checkendorsement
comoulsorY
Receipt
E
DEPffiT?€ilT1 .10.ff
lNo
CHECK
'10- CIo
Example 2
Tag
Tender
DEPT
1
$10.00
DEPT2
$20.00
Cash
Operation
$30.00
Compulsory
Inputof a customer
numberbefore
registration
Receipt
t-?lo 1000[Y-l 2000[Y-l {7*)
1. Thisoperation
releases
for
the requirement
inputof a customer
number
before
registration.
Thismeansyoucanproceed
withthe registration
withoutcausing
an
enoreventhoughyoudont inputa
number.
customer
1 .lt].tl0
DEPARTI,TENT
E .?(l.O(]
DEPARTI{ENT
2No
.3(]- EO
cflsH
+21 PrintingSlips
Slip Printer
kmory
To perform batch printing on the slip printeq, you must first use the
memory allocation operation (see Program 5 Mode in the Programming
Manual) to reserve slip buffer memory. The capacity of the slip buffer
memory is determined by the number of units of slip buffer memory
reserved by the memory allocation operation.
The register can be programmed to check the status of the slip buffer
memory whenever slip batch printing is performed, and to sound an alarm
when the buffer memory is almost full. The alarm sounds when there are 12
lines or less remaining, and once it starts to sound, the only operation you
can perform is the cancel operation or operations using one of the following
keys.
. W
key operation
. fI
key operation
. %
key operation
. @ key operation
. @ key operation
o i-[--] key operation
. E
key operation
. Eq key operation
51
CE47N Opentton Hanual
. @
. @
t ffz-'t
o [-r'l
. l-'x I
. @
. @
key operation
key operation
key operation
key operation
key operation
key operation
key operation
You must perform one of the above operations when the slip buffer alarm
sounds on a register programmed for "check slip buffer memor/'. Any other
operation results in an error. Note that the register checks the slip buffer
memory status only when it is programmed to do so. If the register is not
programmed to "check slip buffer memory," registration will never be
intemrpted because of insufficient buffer capacity, but data that exceeds
buffer capacity will not be printed on the slip.
Printing Slips
The cash register can be connected to the optional SP-1100Slip Printer,
which features an automatic feed function and automatic back feed function.
o Automatic Feed Function
This function makes it possible to program the number of line feeds that
should be inserted from the normal print start position before starting slip
alternate printing or slip batch printing of a new slip. Even if line feeds
are programmed for this function, they are not inserted for validation
printing, check endorsement printing, and check printing performed using
the slip printer. Note also that line feeds.are not inserted automatically at
the beginning of a second slip when the transaction requires printing that
extends from one slip to another.
o Automatic Back Feed Function
This function performs automatic back feed following alternate printing,
batch printing, validation printing, and endorsement printing on the slip
printer. The slip paper is released once the back feed operation is
complete. This function can be canceled by programming.
o Manual Feed Function
The Slip Feed/Release key (assigned to the register's keyboard using the
Program 4 mode) can be used for the manual feed of the slip paper. You
perform manual feed by inputting a value for the number of lines (up to
two digits in the range of 7 to 99) and then pressing the Slip
Feed/Release key.
o Manual Back Feed Function
The Slip Back Feed/Release key (assigned to the register's keyboard using
the Program 4 mode) can be used for manual back feed of the slip paper.
Manual back feed can be performed by inputting the number of lines (up
to two digits, in the range of 1 to 99) and then pressing the Slip Back
Feed/Release key.
You can print slips using alternate printing or auto batch printing. The slip
print operation can be performed in Reg 1, Reg 2, and RF modes only.
Starting a registration without inserting a slip paper into the slip printer
when the register is programmed as "slip paper insertion into slip printer
compulsory before beginning registration" produces an error.
52
Advaned Registration Functions
To perform alternate
r$ printing
1. Insert a slip into the slip printer.
2. An error occurs here if you attempt to perform a registration without a
slip in the slip printer when the register is programmed as alternate slip
printing compulsory.
3. Each item you register is printed on the receipt and journal.
4. Each item you register is printed on the slip.
5. Loop here as required to register more items.
6. Temporarily finalize the registration using the New Balance key, or
finalize the registration using one of the finalization keys.
7. Remove the slip from the slip printer.
To perform auto
mtch printing
1.. Insert a slip into the slip printer.
2. Temporarily finalize the registration using the New Balance key, or
hnalize the registration using one of the finalization keys.
3. Printing starts after finalization is complete.
4. Remove the slip from the slip printer.
You can also use the following procedure to perform auto batch printing.
The difference between this procedure and the one above is the timing of
insertion of the slip into the printer.
1 . Temporarily finalize the registration using the New Balance key, or
finalize the registration using one of the finalization keys.
2. Insert a slip into the slip printer.
3. Press the Slip Print key to start slip printing.
4. Remove the slip from the slip printer.
About the maximum
number of slip lines
You can program the maximum number of lines that can be printed on a
slip. Once you do, any attempt to exceed the preset maximum results in an
error. When such an error occurs, press the Clear key and perform one of
the two following operations.
o Alternate Printing
Change slip paper.
o Batch Printing
Change slip paper and press the Slip Print key to re-start printing.
53
CE-47(n Opla,tlon ltranual
4-22Food Stamps
No Change Due
ExamPle
Tag
DEPT1
$1.00
Taxable
1, Foodslamp
DEPT
4
$2.00
Taxable2
DEPT6
$3,00
$2.00
$4.15
Receipt
100["r"] 200{-ra F;-l 300tn
ZOO
t"z*l tTsl
E
DEPARTI€NT
1 T[
sl.00
4 T
DEPARTT,IENT
83.00
[
6
DEPffiTI{ENT
tt.00
3l{o
TAXABLE
AI,I(IUNT
1I1.OO
t0.06
TAX 1
STOUNT
Z$E.OO
TAXABLE
90.09
TAX e
SUBTOTAL
$6- 15
$4.06
FSST
TENDER$3.IIO
FOODSTtr{P
$4.15
trA$H
Example
Tender
Stalug
Tag
DEPT1
$1.00
Taxable
1. Foodstamo
FoodstamDs
$5.00
DEPT2
$2.00
Taxable2, Foodstamp
Cash
$2.00
DEPT
3
$3.00
1, Non-Food
stamp
Taxable
stamp-iFood
Receipt
Operation
100[Y-l 200 l-fl {-.r;l 300 B
599 ["zE 200 VEI
54
Foodstamps
Cash
2, Foodstamp-+Non-taxable
Taxable
Operation
Food Stamp
Status Shitt
Tender
Status
@
1 TT
DEPARTI{ENT
$1.00
A T!
DEPARTI€NT
i!.00
DEPNRTffiNT
3 TI
$3.00
lNo
TAXABTE
ffiTJNT1t4.OO
i0.24
TAX 1
IAXABLE
AI{X.SIT
3II.OO
T$lx :t
$0,09
gUBTOTAL
r€- 33
FSST
t6.33
FMDST*#TENDERIS.{IO
5UBTOTALt1.33
i?.00
CASH
EHAhtGt
$0.6?
Advanced Registntion Functione
llixed Food
SilamflGash
Change
Example I
Status
Tag
DEPT1
$2.00
Taxable
1. Foodstamo
DEPT2
$p.00
Taxable2. Foodstamo
DEPT5
$3.00
Foodstamp
Operation
Foodslamps
$7.00
Receipt
100[Y-l 200fryl 300E
-7AA
tvv
Tender
E
1 TII
DEPARTI1ENT
$1.00
E T!
OEFffiTI{EilT
$?.00
I
5
DEPART|.IENT
$t.m
3No
TAXABLE
AI,IOU}IT
1$1.t]O
$0,06
T$rx 1
TAXAILE
2$3.00
S4(]UNT
$0.0t
TAX ?.
gUE TETAL
94- 15
t6.15
FSST
TENDERI?.M
FO(]DSTA}#
tO.S5
CHANGE
a;,-l
t /Ebi
The cash register are preset with a limit of $1.00 payable as change in food
stamp transactions. This means that change in food stamp transactions is
automatically calculated as cash for amounts of $1.00 or less, and as food
stamps for amounts greater that $1.00.
Example 2
Tag
DEPTI
Status
$2.00
Taxable1. Foodstamo
Operation
2oo[Y I [-"2;-l5oo{"/*lo
1. An erroroccurshereif youtry to perform
thisoperation
without
firstpressing
the
FoodStampSubtotal
keyto calculate
the
foodstampsubtotal.
Tender
Foodstamos
55.00
Receipl
DEFARTIfNT
1 Ttr
9t.00
1No
TAXABLE
AI,IOUNT
l$i.UO
-rAx
$0.1i
1
SUftTtrTAL
t =
l T
F00DSTA|.{P
Tit{DERr.S.
5C
FS|]G
$i. u[
iC.9€
CHAHGE
In the above example, the total amount of change due is $2.88; $2.00 in
food stamps and $0.88 in cash.
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Example 3
DEPT1
$2.00
1. Foodstamp
Taxable
DEPT5
$0.50
Non-laxable
Foodstamps
$5.00
Receipt
Operation
200TYI 50 [Yl
Tender
Status
Teg
f"Zl 500t%;
1 Ttl
DEPARTI,IENT
tT nn
F $0.50
DEFARTI.IENT
tNo
1$I.OO
AI'I(]UNT
TAXABLE
$0.17
TAH 1
gUFTOTAL
se- 63
$t.12
FSST
gO
TENDERiS.
FO(]DSTAI.IP
S?.00
FSCE
$0.38
CHANT}E
When food stamps are involved in a transaction, the amount of change due
in cash is applied as a cash amount tendered for cash (non-food stamp)
items.
In this example, the $0.50 purchase (Department 5) is automatically deducted
from the $0.88 cash due in change from the food stamp purchase
(Department 1).
Example 4
Tender
Status
Tag
DEPT1
$1.00
DEpT4
$2.00
DEPT5
$3,00
1. Foodstamp
Taxable
Taxable2
$5.00
$4.15
Taxable1-+Non-taxable
Receipt
Operation
100[Y I 200lra f',;_l 300E
500t"/*l iTsl
Foodstamps
cash
E
L T [
DEPARTI.IENT
$1.00
4 T
DEPARTIIE}'IT
$?.m
? $3.00
DEPARTI.IENT
3No
1$1.00
AilOUNT
TAXAILE
t0.06
1
T{lX
$T.OO
AIIOUNT
TAXABLE
$0.09
TF|X E
SUFTTITfIL
$6- 15
$1.06
FSST
TENDERiS.OO
FOODSTA}f
$3.00
F$CG
t4.15
cAsH
The following calculation is performed internally to apply the cash change
due on the food stamp transaction to the balance due of the cash
transaction.
56
Advaned Rqistntion
sood Stamp
Transaction
Price of item: $1.00
Tax: $0.06
Total due: $1.05
Amount tendered: $5.00 (in food stamps)
Amount due: $1.05
Change amount due: $3.94 ($0.94 in cash, $3.00 in food stamps)
3ash Transaction
Price of items: $2.00 and $3.00
Tax: $0.09
Total due: $s.09
Amount tendered: $4.15 (cash) and $0.94 (change from food stamp
transaction)
Total: $5.09
Fundions
{-23 Food Stamps (lllinois Rules)
tto Change Due
Example1
Tender
Status
Tag
DEPT1
$1.00
Taxable1, Foodstamo
DEPTe
$2.00
Taxable1, Foodstamp
DEPT5
$3.00
Non-laxable,
Foodstamp
Operation
100[T-l 200{-Y--l
300 [-Yl {-"Zl 600 ["/*lc
hereif you
1. An enoroccurs
try to perform
thisoperation
withoutfirstpressing
the Food
keyto
StampSubtotal
calculate
the foodstamp
subtotal.
Foodstamps
$6.00
Receipt
DEPAftT}€NT
1 T!
$1.00
IEFtrTI€NT 3 TI
$2.00
5
!
D€PARTI.IENT
13.{10
3t{o
SUETOTALt6.OO
$6.00
FSST
FOODSTAI#
TENDERI6.OO
57
CE470O Opntian
llanual
Example 2
Tendel
Status
Tag
DEPT1
$2.00
Taxable1, Foodstamp
DEPT
3
$3.00
Taxable1, Foodstamp
DEPT4
$4,00
Taxable1, NorrFoodstamp
$5.00
$4.24
Foodslamps
Cash
Receipt
200 [Y l 300 [-r'l 400 E ) @
500 t"/*-l t7*l
DEPARTI'IENT
1 TII
n" nn
3 TT
DEPARTI€I{T
t3.m
4 T
OEPARTI'IENT
$4,00
3No
t5.00
tSsT
TENDERIS.OO
FCIOMTAt{P
TAXABLE
AI,IruNT
1T4.OO
Tp|X '90.?4
trAssH
*4.24
Example 3
Tender
Status
Teg
DEPT1
$2.00
Taxablel, Foodslamp
FoodstamDs
$i.00
DEPT
8
$3.00
Taxable2. FoodstamD
Cash
$4.20
Operation
2oo[-Yl 3oo[Ya t-"zl 100@ w
Receipt
1 TT
DEPARTI{ENT
$?.00
E} T!
DEPARTI€NT
i3.00
2No
$5.00
FSST
TEI{DEffiI.M
F(IODSTtr{F
TAXATLE
RN,t&tt{T
1$1.50
10.09
TAX
I
TAMBLE
AIfrff{T?tE.sO
S0.11
TAX e
t4.fr1
trASH
In the example shown above, the total of the food stamps tendered is less
than the food stamp total. Therefore, half of the food stamp tendered
amount ($1.00 x 50Vo= $0.50) is deducted from the Taxable 1 amount and
the other half from the Taxable 2 amount.
58
Advaned Registration Fundions
Example 4
Stetus
Tag
Tender
DEPT1
$1.00
Taxable1. FoodstamD
Foodstamos
S4.00
DEPT8
$5.00
Taxable2, Foodstamp
Cash
12.09
Operation
Receipl
1oot-YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYl
500fY_] t-"zl 400@ w
DEPART}ENT
1 TT
tl.ttr
DEPARTI€MT
El ,11
t5.m
2l{o
F55T
t6.m
FOOMTA|f
TEND€RI4.M
TAXAKE
AIfr.${T
2t2.ffi
TAX 2
10.09
trASH
72.W
As a rule, when the total of the food stamps tendered is less than the food
stamp subtotal, half of the food stamp tendered amount ($ 4.00 x 50Vo=
$2.00) is deducted from the Taxable 1 amount and the other half from the
Taxable 2 amount. In this example, the Thxable 1 amount is only $1.00, so
this is impossible. Here, $1.00 is deducted from the Taxable L amount
(making the Thxable 1 amount "0"), and the remaining $3.00 is deducted
from the Thxable 2 amount.
Food Stamp
Status Shift
Example
Status
Tag
DEPT
$1.00
Taxable
1. Foodstamo
DEPT3
$2.00
Taxable1, Foodstamp
DEPT2
S3.OO
Taxable1, Non-Foodstamp+Foodstamp
Operation
100t-Yl 200t-Ya {-';_-l3ss E)
500t'l*l F/*l
Tendel
Foodstamps
Cash
$5.00
$1.06
Receipt
6
D€PffiTI€NT1
TI
tl.m
DEPARTI{ENT
3 TI
i?.00
D€PARTI{ENT
E TI
$t.m
Jl.lo
FSST
t6.00
FOODSTtr{P
TEND€RI5.OO
TAXAELE
H'IOIJNT
lTl.M
TAX
t
t{1.06
trAgH
r1.{t6
59
CE47(n Operation llanual
Mixed Food
Stamp/Cash
Change
Example 1
Tender
Slatu3
Tag
DEpT1
$1.50
Taxable1, Foodstamp
DEPT3
$2.00
1, Foodstamp
Taxable
DEPT5
$3.00
Foodstamp
Non-taxable,
Foodstamos
$10.00
Receipt
Operation
150[Yl 200[Y-l 3oot-T I ["/.l
1000l;;l
1 T[
DEPARTIfrNT
$1.50
3 Til
DEPART}frNT
i2.00
T
5
DEPARTI€NT
f3.otl
3No
suFTflrflL*6.5CI
t6.50
FSST
TEI{DER
FOOD9TAIf
i10.00
$3.00
FSCE
$0.50
cHf+NGE
The cash register is preset with a limit of $1.00 payable as change in food
stamp transactions. This means that change in food stamp transactions is
automatically calculated as cash for amounts of $1.00 or less, and as food
stamps for amounts greater that $1.00. In the above example, the total
amount of change due is $3.50; $3.00 in food stamps and $0.50 in cash.
Example 2
DEPT1
$2.00
Taxable1. Foodstamp
Operation
200 l-Y-l f"z;l 5oo ["/*le
1. An enoroccurshereif youtry to perform
the
withouttirstpressing
thisoperation
the
key
calculate
to
Subtotal
FoodStamp
foodstampsubtotal.
60
Tendel
Status
Tsg
Foodstamps
$5.00
Receipt
A TI
DEPARTI'IENT
i2.00
1No
SUETETALS2.(lO
$?.00
FSST
TENDERiS.OO
FOODSTAI'IP
93.00
FSC6
Advaned Begistntiur Functions
Example 3
Status
Tag
DEPT1
$2.00
Taxable
1, Foodstamp
DEPT3
$1.20
Taxable1, Foodstamp
DEPT6
$0.30
Taxable1, Noc-foodstamp
Tender
Foodstamps
$5.00
Receipt
Operation
200t-Y-l 120[Y-l ,g [Yl t%-l
500 ["/*l
DEFARTI{ENT
1 TII
tl
nn
DEPARTI,IENT
3 T[
$1.t0
DEPARII€NT
6 T
f0. J0
3No
TAXABLE
AIOIJNIIIO.3O
TAX 1
S0.0t
SUETOTAL$3.5I
F5ST
$.3{t
FOODSTA},IP
TENDERiS.
t}O
FSCG
S1.00
EHAI"IGE
90.48
When food stamps are involved in a transaction, the amount of change due
in cash is applied as a cash amount tendered for cash (non-food stamp)
items. In this example, the $0.30 purchase (Department 6 plus $0.02 tax) is
automatically deducted from the $0.80 cash due in change from the food
stamp purchase (Departments 1 and 3).
Example 4
Tag
Tender
Slatus
DEPT1
$1.00
Taxable1. Foodstamo
DEPT
3
$2.50
Taxable
1, Foodstamp
DEPT10
Non-tood
stamp
$5.00 Taxable1, Fcodstamp-ltlqp16.;able,
Operation
100{-Y-l 250fYl F-l s00fn
500l"/*l t7*l
Foodstamps
Cash
$s.00
$4.s0
Receipt
E
DEPARTI,IENT
1 TI
$1.00
DEFARTI€I{T
3 T!
$2.'Jl
DEPTlo
t5.00
3No
FSST
iJ.50
FOODSTAI#
TENDER3S.OO
FSCG
r1.t]0
CASH
14.50
The following calculation is performed internally to apply the cash change
due on the food stamp transaction to the balance due of the cash
transaction.
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Manual
Food Stamp
Transaction
Price of items: $1.00 and $2.50
Tax: $0.00
Total due: $3.50
Amount tendered: $5.00 (in food stamps)
Amount due: $3.50
Change amount due: $1.50 ($0.50 in cash, $1.00 in food stamps)
Cash Transaction
Price of item: $5.00
Tax: $0.00
Total due: $5.00
Amount tendered: $4.50 (cash) and $0.50 (change from food stamp
transaction)
Total: $5.00
Food Stamp +
Taxable 1 and
Taxable 2
When food stamps are received as partial tender for items preset with the
status "food stamp, Taxable 1 and 2", the calculations are performed using
one of the two methods described in this section. The method used depends
on the food stamp amount received as partial tender.
Method I
This method is used when the total amount of the items preset with the
status "food stamp, Thxable 1 and 2" is greater than or equal to the food
stamp amount received as partial tender. Method 1 subtracts the food stamp
amount tendered from both the Thxable L amount and Thxable 2 amount.
Example
Strtus
Tag
Tendel
DEPT1
$2.00
Taxable1, Foodstamp
Foodstamos
$2.00
DEPT8
$3.00
Taxable2, Foodstamp
Cash
$5.26
DEPT5
$2.00
Taxable1 & 2. Foodstamo
Receipt
Operatlon
200 t-fl] 300 T'rrl 200 t-Y I f"Z;]
200 l*t gA
DEffiTIGilT1 TI
t2.m
DEPARTI{€NT
8 ;iI
t3.m
DEPffilI€NT 5
;iI
t2.00
3t{o
FSST
r?,00
FMMTOf TEIID€ffiI.M
TRXABLE
AI{TJI{T
Itz.M
TAX
1
flt.12
TAXAH-E
Afiou{T213.00
TAX e
$.14
CASH
t5.?6
In this example, the
amount is deducted
This means that the
remaining Thxable 2
62
food stamp received as partial tender is $2.00, so that
from both the Thxable 1 amount and Thxable 2 amount.
remaining Taxable 1 amount is $2.00, while the
amount is $3.00.
Advand
Iethod 2
Reglsffion
Func'tlons
This method is used when the total amount of the items preset with the
status "food stamp, Taxable 1 and 2" is less than the food stamp amount
received as partial tender. Method 2 first subtracts the total of the items
preset with the status" food stamp, Thxable 1 and 2" from the Taxable 1
amount and Thxable 2 amount. This total is also deducted from the food
stamp amount received as partial tender. Next, half of the remaining amount
of the partial food stamp tender is subtracted from the Taxable 1 amounU
and the other half from the Thxable 2 amount.
Example
Status
Tag
Tender
DEPT1
$2,00
Taxable
1, Foodstamp
Foodstamos
$4.00
DEPT8
$3.00
Taxable2, Foodstamp
Cash
$3.15
DEPT5
$2.00
Taxable1 & 2, Foodslamp
Operation
200 fT I 300 t-Yl 200 fYl
qOOPd VA
Receipt
t-% I
DEPflRT}IE}IT
1 TN
tt
nn
TC. UU
DEPARTI1ENT
€} TI
$3.00
DEPffiTI,IENT
5 ;:I
i2.m
3No
t?.00
FSST
FOODSTRi,IP
TENDER$4.
M
TAXABLE
AI.IOUNT
l$I.t}(]
$0.06
Tflx
1
TAXABLE
AI{IIUNI
E$E.OO
TAX e
$.09
GASH
t3.15
In this example, the $2.00 total for the item preset with the status "food
stamp, Taxable 1 and 2" is deducted from the Thxable 1 amount, Thxable 2
amount and the food stamp amount received as partial tender ($a.00). Half
of the remaining partial food stamp tender ($1.00) is deducted from the
Thxable 1 amount ($2.00) and the other half is deducted from the Thxable 2
amount ($3.00).This leaves a Thxable 1 amount of $1.00 and a Thxable 2
amount of $2.00.
63
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4-24Food Stamps (New Jersey Rules)
No Change Due
Example 1
Tender
Status
Tag
DEPT1
$1.00
1, Foodslamp
Taxable
DEPT
3
$2.00
Taxable1, Foodstamp
DEPT5
$3.00
Foodstamp
Non-taxable,
Foodstamps
$6.00
Receipt
Operation
100t-Yl 200fY-l
300 t-Yl [-"2-l 600 [-/*lo
DIPffi$SIT 1. TX
$1.t!0
}EPffiTI€t{T 3 TN
32.tS
5
!
DEFf;R11.,IE}IT
93.txl
3l{o
SUETET€L$6.M
$6.fx]
FSST
TENDER36.OO
FOODSTAIP
1. An enoroccurshereif you
thisoPeration
try to perform
the Food
withoutfirstpressing
key
to
Subtotal
Stamp
the foodstamP
calculate
subtolal.
In the above case, all food stamp items are tax exempt.
Example 2
Tender
Status
Tag
OEPT1
$2.00
1. Foodstamp
Taxable
DEPT3
$3.00
Taxable1, Foodstamp
DEPT4
$4.00
Taxable1, Non-Foodslamp
Operalion
200t-YI 300aq-l 400{-TI t-"zl
500t"/*l E*l
$5.00
$4.24
Foodstamps
Cash
Receipt
}EPffiTI€NT1 TE
r2.00
EPNRT€NT 3
T!
4
}EPARTI,IEilI
T
*4.00
t3.0c
3No
f5.m
FSST
TENDERTS.M
FOO}STA}#
AI{TJilTlfi.M
TAXASLE
$t].24
tTFX
t4.24
cAsH
In the above case, all food stamp items are tax exempt.
64
Advanced Registratlon Funcfrons
Example 3
DEPT,I
$2.00
Taxable1, FoodstamD
Foodstamos
$1.00
DEPT8
$3.00
Taxable2. FoodslamD
Cash
$4.00
Receipl
Operation
200[-Yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy--l
300frl [-"2-l 100@
ffi
Stamp
Status Shitt
Tender
Status
Tag
W
DEPtrITI€NT1. TE
g?.t]0
€} I[
DEPARTI{ENT
t3.tlE
?t'io
s5.ffi
FSST
TENIER$I,M
FOODSTAI#
94,00
CASH
Example
Tender
Status
Tag
DEPT1
$1.00
Taxable1, Foodstamo
DEPT3
$2.00
Taxable1, FoodstamD
DEPT2
$it.00
stamp
Taxable1, Non-Foodstamp-+Food
$5.00
$1.00
Receipt
Operation
100t-qa 200t-Y-l T';-l 300E
500t-"zl 17*l
Foodstamps
E
TN
$1.00
3 TII
DEPARTI'IENT
$3.W
? TI
DEPAftTI€I{T
IEPffiTI€}IT I.
t3.m
3l'lo
FSST
t6.00
TENDEftTS.OO
FOODSTAIf
51.00
cAsiH
In the above case, all food stamp items are tax exempt.
65
CE47N Operatlon llanual
Mixed Food
Stamp/Cash
Change
Example 1
Status
Tag
DEPT'r
$1.50
Taxable'1, Foodstamp
DEPT3
$2.00
Taxable'1, Foodstamp
DEPT5
$3,00
Non-taxable.
Foodstamo
Operation
Tendel
Foodslamos
$10.00
Receipt
150[-Tl 200[Y-l 300t-Y-l t-"/.1
1OOO
t-z*l
DEPffiI}E}IT 1
T!
11.s]
DEPART!€I{T
3 T!
t ? m
DEPARII€}{I5
N
s1.00
3No
€LJBTOTAL$6.50
FSST
s6.50
FI}ODSTAIS,
TENDER
t10.00
FSC6
i3.00
EHAI'|GE
$0.5{t
In the above case, all food stamp items are tax exempt.
The cash register is preset with a limit of $1.00 payable as change in food
stamp transactions. This means that change in food stamp transactions is
automatically calculated as cash for amounts of $1.00 or less, and as food
stamps for amounts greater that $1.00. In the above example, the total
amount of change due is $3.50; $3.00 in food stamps and $0.50 in cash.
Example 2
Status
Tag
oEPT1
$2.00
Tender
Iaxable'1.,Foodstamp
Operation
200 [T I (-"Zl 500 ["/*lo
1. An enoroccurshereif youtry to perform
thisoperation
without
firstpressing
the
FoodStampSubtotal
keyto calculate
the
foodstampsubtotal.
Foodstamgs
Receipt
DEPffRTI€M'.
TX
r?.ff]
LNo
SUBTOTALT2.OO
te.00
FSST
]ENDERIS.OO
FO{IDSTS#
t3.$
FSCE
In the above case, all food stamp items are tax exempt.
66
$5.00
Advaned Begistntion FuncIions
Example 3
Ststus
Tag
DEPT1
$2.00
Taxable1, Foodstamp
DEPT3
$1.20
TaxableI, Foodstamp
DEPT
6
$0.30
Taxable1, Non-foodstamp
Tender
Foodstamos
$5.00
Receipt
0peration
200 [Y-l 120[T l 30 t-Tl t-%]
599 ["2*l
DT-PffiTI'IENT1
3
DEFARTI{ENT
TI
$t.80
TT
s1.t0
g T
DEFARTI€NT
90.3C
It{o
1$0.JO
AI,I{IIJNT
TAXABLE
gl.m
TAX 1
SUBTETALiS.S?
t3,?0
FSST
TENDER$s,0S
FOCDSTA#
$1.m
FS[6
$0.48
CHANGE
Ln the above case, all food stamp items are tax exempt.
When food stamps are involved in a transaction, the amount of change due
in cash is applied as a cash amount tendered for cash (non-food stamp)
items. In this example, the $0.30 purchase (Department 5 plus $0.02 tax) is
automatically deducted from the $0.80 cash due in change from the food
stamp purchase (Departments 1 and 3).
Example 4
Tender
Strlus
Tag
DEPTI
$1.00
1, Foodstamp
Taxable
DEPT3
$2.50
Taxable1, F@d stamp
oEPT7
stamp
Non-tood
$5.00 Taxable1, Foodstamp- Non-taxable,
$s.00
$1.50
Receipt
Operation
100{-+_1250t-Yl [';-l 566E
500t%t (7sl
Foodstamps
Cash
ta
1 TI
DEPARTI{ENT
tl. 00
3 TI
DEPART}ET{T
i?.s
7 f5.tH
D€PART}€NT
3l*o
tl.5u
FSST
F00s5Ts*TEXD€kts.m
gl.m
FSCG
14.50
CASH
In the above case, all food stamp items are tax exempt.
The following calculation is performed internally to apply the cash change
due on the food stamp transaction to the balance due of the cash
transaction.
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CE47N Opration Manual
Food Stamp
Transaction
Price of items: $1.00 and $2.50
Tax: $0.00
Total due: $3.50
Amount tendered: $5.00 (in food stamps)
Amount due: $3.50
Change amount due: $1.50 ($0.50 in cash, $1.00 in food stamps)
Cash Transaction
Price of item: $5.00
Thx: $0.00
Total due: $5.00
Amount tendered: $4.50 (cash) and $0.50 (change from food stamp
transaction)
Total: $5.00
4-25 Electronic Benefits Transfer Tenders
In addition to standard food stamp tender finalizations, the C84700 also
allows finalization for tenders using an electronic benefits transfer (EBT)
card. Finalization of food stamp tendered transactions is performed using the
Food Stamp Tendered key, while finalization of a transaction paid for using
an EBT card is performed using the Electronic Benefits Tendered key.
\,Vith a food stamp tender, any change amount above $.99 is paid out in
food stamps, while amounts under $1.00 are paid out in cash. With EBT
payments, however, change payments are always made in cash.
With EBT payments, amounts can be tendered and paid in units of $.01, so
the cash register normally does not allow tender of an amount that exceeds
the food stamp total. Note, however, that you can program the register to
allow the EBT amount tendered to exceed the food stamp subtotal.
EBT tenders can be accepted for New jersey Rule or Illinois rule food stamp
tenders, as well as for food stamp tenders that do not follow these rules.
AbOUt MiXed EBT
Cafd TendefS
When the register is programmed to prohibit an EBT amount tendered that
exceeds the food stamp subtotal, non-food stamp items cannot be paid for
using an EBT card. In this case, the following applies:
o ST - (EBT/TEND - FS/ST) = Balance Due (the remaining balance due
must be finalized using another finalize key.
When the register is programmed to allow an EBT amount tendered that
exceeds the food stamp subtotal, non-food stamp items can be paid for
using an EBT card. In this case, there are two possible situations:
. ST > EBT/TEND
ST - (EBTITEND - FS/ST) = Balance Due (the remaining balance due
must be finalized using another finalize key.
o EBT/TEND > ST
EBTITEND - ST) = Cash Change
68
Advaned Regtstntton Functlons
No Change Due
Example 1
Tag
Status
DEPT1
$1.00
Taxable
1, Foodstamo
DEPT3
$2.00
Taxable
1, Foodstamo
DEPT5
$3.00
Non-taxable,
Foodslamo
Operation
Tender
EBTCard
$6.00
Receipt
100Tra 200{-Yl
300 fY--l E
0OO{'r*1"
'EffiT}IEI{T 1
TE
$1.m
DEPARTI€NT
3
TII
1. An enoroccurs
hereif you
try to perform
thisoperation
withoutfirstpressing
the Food
StampSubtotal
keyto
calculate
the foodstamp
subtotal.
a a m
DEPARTI,IENT
3
!
93.U0
3Ho
SUBTOTfILI6.M
FSST
$6.88
tBT
TEt{ffi S6.ff1
Example 2
Tag
Slatus
DEPT,I
$2.00
Iaxable1, Foodstamp
DEPT3
$3.00
Taxable
1, Foodstamo
DEPT4
$4.00
Taxable'1,Non-Foodstamp
Tender
EBTCard
Cash
$5.00
$4.20
Receipt
200 fY-l 300 fY I 400 l-r. I t % I
500 l'?*l t7*l
1 TiI
DEPffiTI,IENT
i?.00
TII
3
DEFARTIIE$T
t3.m
4
T
DEPART},IEilI
i4. txl
3No
is.in
FSST
T5.M
EFT TEI'IDER
StIl{I 1t4.ffi
TAXAH-E
ts.:CI
1
TAX
f4.m
cfrsH
69
CE47N Opration Marwal
Change Due
Example
$2.00
Taxable1, Foodstamo
DEPT
$1.20
Taxable'1, Foodstamp
DEPT6
$0.30
Taxable1, Non-toodstamp
DEPT1
a
Tender
Status
Tag
EBTCard
$5.00
Receipt
Operation
200 [Y l 120[Y-l ,9 {-ry1 [%-l
SOO{ry,*l
1 TI
DEFRRTI€NT
92.00
TI
3
DEPARTI'{ENT
$1.?0
T
6
DEFARTI,IENT
su.sl
lNo
tr{til}.lT1i0.30
T0XABLE
t0.0?
TAX 1
5UBTffTALT3.52
tl,3t]
FSST
EET TENIER95.ffi
51.48
EHANGT
4-26 Gas Departments
The Gas Department Function causes the decimal place of the unit price
preset for the applicable department key to be shifted one place to the left.
This means that when you register a department which is programmed for
two decimal places (0.00) gas, the unit price is registered in the format:
000.000.
When the amount received from the customer is input as a cash amount
tendered using a gas deparfment key, the amount of gas sold is
automatically calculated from the cash amount tendered and the unit price
programmed for the gas department key.
Note that the Gas Department Status is applied for preset unit prices only,
and cannot be applied for manually input unit prices.
Basic Registration ExamPle
Tag
GASDEPT9
$1.109/gallon
Operation
1000[Tlo {7sl
gallons)
is
1. Theamount
of gassold(9.017
fromthe cash
automatically
calculated
($10.00)
andthe unit
tendered
amounl
priceprogrammed
to the gasdepartment
Therounding
system
key($1.109/gallon).of
whencalculating
the amount
applied
gassoldis programmable.
70
Tendel
PresetUnit Price
Cash
$10.00
Receipt
9.01?ITEI{s
a 1.109
6 A 5 D € P T 9 T$ I o . f f ]
9.01?tio
$1t1.t10
TAXABLE
1
r{1.6t1
TAX 1
CASH r10-50
Begistntiur Furrfions
Advand
CalCUlatiOn
DiSCOUntS
Of
Gas department per unit discount amounts can be progammed for each
finalize key, so that the discount applied to the gas department is applied at
finalization.
Gas department per unit discount amounts are limited to programned
amounts (3 digits to the left of the decimal point, 3 digits to the right).
Calculation of the discount amount cannot be performed using manually
input per unit discount amounts.
Example
Tag
GASDEPT9
PresetUnit Price
Per Unit DiscounlAmount
00/gallon
$1.1
$0.009/9allon
Tendel
Cash
$10.00
In this example, the Cash Amount Tendered key is programmed for
calculation of gas department discounts (discount for cash payments).
Operation
tOOO
T= lc %sl
1. Thediscount
is automatically
amount
lromlhe amounlof gassold
calculated
gallons)
(9.017
andthe perunitdiscount
programmed
amount
to thegasdepartment
key($0.009/gallon).'
Thediscount
amount
journal.
is prinled
receipt
on the
and
Receipt
9.091 ITEttS
a 1..100
G f i S D E F ' T ? T$ 1 O . O O
9.091No
T1O.O{]
1
TAXABLE
i0.60
1
TAX
6A5DISC0UNT -0.08
cF|sH r1(}-=?
* Discount Amount x Amount of Gas Sold x Per Unit Discount Amount
(Rounded)
o Discount calculations are performed for gas department registrations only,
and not for normal department registrations.
o Discount calculations are not performed for gas department registrations
involving negative units.
o Discount calculations are not performed when the total gas department
registration monetary amount or quantity is negative.
71
CE47N Oryntion llanual
DiSCOUnt SUbtOtal
Key OpefatiOn
Press the Discount Subtotal key during a gas department registration to
display the subtotal amount after the discount is applied (at finalization).
You can also program whether the subtotal amount is printed on receipts
and journal. In a transaction where normal department registration and gas
department registration are mixed, pressing this key adds the discounted gas
department subtotal to the normal department subtotal. The subsequent
result is displayed and printed.
Be sure that the rounding system and discount amount of the Discount
Subtotal key matches that of the finalize key being used. Otherwise, the
calculation operation will produce erroneous results.
Example 1
Tag
Amount
PerUnitDiscount
Pleset Unit Price
GASDEPT9
Tender
Cash
$0.009/gallon
$1.100/gallon
$10.00
Receipt
0peration
1000[-T-l F*lo [*/,1 [7*lc
keybeforeattempting
1. Pressthe Subtotal
discount
a gasdepartment
to perform
Programming
calculation.
alsoallows
whether
or notthe
specification
between
and
subtotal
amountis printedon receipts
thejournal.
keyto
2. Pressthe Discount
Subtotal
amount
automatically
calculate
thediscount
gas
(9.091
fromtheamount
of
sold
gallons)
amount
andthe perunitdiscount
($0.009/gallon).
Thediscounted
subtotal
and
on the display,
amountappears
programming
alsoallowsspecification
whether
between
or not it is printedon
journal.
receipts
andthe
9.09!. iTll,tg
4
t. luu
6nsDEPT9Ti10.00
. i10.5!
DiSCoiiNTisT
9.09lilo
TAXflBLE
1
$IO.CO
S0.5C
TAX
1
6A5DISC0UNT -0.08
CASH $10-5e
Example 2
Tender
Per Unit DiscountAmount
PresetUnit Price
Tag
GASDEPT9
(preset)
$1.10o/gallon
DEPT5
(manual)
$10.00
$0.009/gallon
Cash
$10.00
In this example,the Cash Amount Tenderedkey is programmed for
calculationof gas departmentdiscounts(discountfor cash payments).
Receipt
Operation
1000[-Y-l 1000arl
EE @
@
9. U9i lTEl'tS
:l I lnn
G i l S D E F T 9 T$ 1 O . O O
5T $10.{N
DEPAfiT}IENT
tisc0uHT,/sT $31.13
ln n91N6
$30.C0
TA;{fiBLE
1
ti.30
TRX 1
0fts}iscouNT -0.c8
CASH $31- l-e
72
Advaned Registntlon Functions
PartialCash
Tender
Example
Tag
PresetUnit Price
GASDEPT9
Per Unit DiscountAmount
$1.100/gallon
Tender
Cash
$6.00
Credit
34.55
$0.(X)9/gallon
In this example, only the Cash Amount Tendered key is programmed to
calculate gas department discounts. The Credit key is programmed to not
apply the discount (discounts for cash payments only).
Receipt
Operation
1000[Y--l 5ss [7*]c Fl
1. Thediscount
for the$6.00cash
amount
fromthe
tenderis automatically
calculated
gallons)
amount
of gassold(9.091
and
theper unitdiscount
amount
($0.009/gallon).
Thediscount
is
amount
printedon the receiptandjournal.
?.091 iTEr,,rs
il 1.100
$ A S 0 E F T ? T$ 1 C . 0 !
?.09iila
TAXAFLE
$1O.OO
1
i0.60
TAX
1
iiAq
-n
n?Cl.mlilT
nq
S U I T O T f Il 1
LG.55
e.6.CC
CF|SH
$4.55
CREI}IT
Calculation of discount for $6.00 cash payment
$6.00
= 5.500 gallons
$1.00- $0.009
5.500 gallons x $0.009 = $0.05
Amount of gas paid for in cash =
Cash Amount Tendered
Preset unit price - preset discount amount
Cash discount = Amount of gas paid for in cash x Preset discount amount
Error Correction
The example here shows how to correct an error. When a discount
calculation is performed during gas department registration, error correction
of a partial tender results in both the cash amount tendered and the
discounted portion being printed for the correction.
Receipt
Operation
10oofTl
5oot7m lsl
600@
@
9.39i iil''ts
r, l. iUU
G A S D E P T 9 TI 1 O . C O
9. C91No
TAXABLT
1
iiS.OC
TAX
*ii.60
1
cnc
nTcmr tNT
-n
ni
$|JBT0TAL
*LO- 56
CASH
r5.C0
-5.00
i.(iR0RciKfitc
:RRORC{FR€C fO.O4
Gps$IFJC{.JHT -0.05
CflSH
$6.Cfl
CREDIT
$4.55
73
CE4nn Opention llanual
+27 CheckTrackingSystems
Check Tracking
System
With the CE-4700 check tracking system, only the amount, check number,
number of slip print lines, clerk number, store number, and date/time data
are stored. Registration details are not stored.
o Following finalization, check tracking number data is cleared from the
check tracking memory as soon as either of the following two operations
are performed:
Slip printing or guest receipt issuance
The next New Check, Old Check or New/Old Check key operation (only
when no slip or guest receipt is printed)
o Auto Cash Function
The register automatically considers operation of the New Balance key
when a check is not open (normal registration without check tracking) to
be a cash finalization operation, just as if the Cash key were pressed. The
data registered by such an operation is used to update the totalizer and
counter of the Cash key with the lowest address number. If there is no
Cash key assigned to the keyboard when the New Balance key is pressed
in the operation described above, an error results.
r Auto New Balance Function
The register can be programmed so that whenever a clerk/cashier signs
off while a check is open, a New Balance key operation is automatically
performed to temporarily finalize the open check.
o You can specify a range of checks that can be opened by each
clerk/cashier. Once you do, any attempt by a clerk or cashier to open a
check using a number that is not within his specified range results in an
etTor.
o You can also program the register to allow specific check numbers in a
clerk's assigned range to be opened by other clerks.
o Either of the following two operations can be used to conect input of a
wrong check number.
New Check Key
Re-input the correct check number, or finalize the original check numbel,
issue a receipt, and then re-input the correct check number.
Old Check, New/Old Check Key
Temporary finalize the original check number, issue a receipt, and then
re-input the correct check number.
Advanced Registntion Functions
Openinga Gheck
Example
Check# 1234
Table# 33
otv
Teg
DEPT1
$10.00
I
DEPT
3
$20.00
2
DEPT5
$15.00
1
Receipt
Operation
1234{#-l 33 t-Hl
cLERKASSTGNMENT
1000{-ra fYl 2000{-fl 1500t-?l
SLIP
INSERT
SLIPIT-I REMOVE
NEtlCHEC( 1e34
TAKEI$}IBER
33
DEPARI|IENT
1 .1O.OO
.1O.O(1
DEPAftTI,IEI{T'"
DEPARTI€NT
3 .M.OO
DEPARTI,IENT
5 .is.OO
SUBTOTAL
.55.00
I'IBSERVICE
FEE .0.50
4No
l,{Et'lBRLSCE
.55- 50
. If slip printing is not pro8rammed as compulsory you can print a slip at
any time during the registration using the Slip Print key.
Adding to a Check
Example
Check# 1234
Table# 33
oty
Tag
DEPT
1
$10.00
DEPT
2
$25.00
DEPT4
$18.00
Operation
INSERT
SLIP1234@'
f'Z-l' 1000[-Y-l
2500f?l 1800[-Yl t-v--] {-;_-lo
REMOVE
SLIP
to recallthe check
1. lnputa checknumber
feed
memory
and
the slipusingthe autom
function.
Enors
occuril the input
linefind
doesnot exislin memory
checknumber
is nol inputwhen
or il the checknumber
it is programmed
as compulsory.
to checkthe
2. Perform
thisoperation
previous
subtotal.
keyto temporarily
3. Pressthe NewBalance
finalizethe transaction.
Checksopened
usingthe NewCheckkeymustbe
Key,and
finalized
usingthe NewBalance
Tendered,
no by usingthe CashAmount
or Creditkey.
Charge,
CheckTendered,
z
Receipt
fr-DSECI( 1e34
SUBTOTAL
.55.50
1 .10.M
D€PARTI{EI{T
E .?5.M
DEPARTI€}{T
4 .18.00
DEPART}€HT
4 .1S.00
OEPffiTlE{T
SUFTOTAL
.1t6.S]
FEE '0.5{I
NBSERIJICE
Slo
|EU BALS|Ct
.1e?- CIo
75
CE4nn
Operation lilanual
. The table number is stored in the check memory so its input is not
required in this operation even if table number input is preset as
compulsory. Thble number input after inputting the check number may be
performed, however, without generating an error.
o Once a check is opened under a number in a certain mode (Reg 1 or Reg
2), the same mode must be used to make additions to the check.
lssuing a Guest
Receipt
The following operation can be used to print out the balance of a
temporarily finalized check.
Operation
Receipt
1234[,H,le
01-0?-9221:5tl
REG
A. tr0f,Rls1?34 372
1. Inputthe number
of thecheckyouwanl
print.
to
TOTAL
SERVICE
.t,e?- (]o
Closing a Check
Memory
Operation
INSERT
SLIP1234t"e.-l15000
t7*l
Receipt
OLDCHECK 1;:34
SUBTTITAL
.1?7.00
gilo
SUBTOTAL
.1e?_ ott
.150.m
cAgiH
.2].OO
CHfINGE
Slip
iE$ 01-|r.-93
*. r{tRRts 121,i
slt clEcx
INHI ilJIIBIR
}EPARTffiIT
1
DEPffiI}IIII
1
OEPMIffiI3
EPAfiIIf{T5
SUBTOTAL
xt sftt/lcEFs
lllo
a 1: E|| tfl_ArcE
B_D
CIEC{
SUBTOTAL
fPARIIEIII1
DPARIEI{T
2
![Ffl8Trf]tT
4
DEPERTMTT
4
SUBTOTAL
FII
$ $TUICT
Sio
$ ?! Er sfl.RrcE
fl.0ct€c{
SUFTOTAL
Sio
SUBTOTfiL
CASH
CHANGE
76
at.qn
l?1
1ef,4
u
.rn ffl
' i U .U U
.:!.m
.r\ nn
.55.00
.0.50
'55- 50
1334
.'J. JIJ
. lE.uu
.!t nn
.!:6.50
.0.50
.13?- (ltl
1e34
. tii.uu
.13". OO
.is$,00
.ii. uu
Advand
NedOld Check Key
Operation
Registntlon Func'tions
Example 1
When a check number is input and the New/Old Check key is pressed, the
key works as a New Check key function if there is no matching check
number in the check tracking memory.
Operation
123456
[-#*-]o500[r'l
Receipt
1000lry] [-;-.lc
N€tt/oLDclEct
L?345 &
.5.M
1
DEPffiTI€I{T
2 .10.txl
DEPRRTI€ilI
SUBTOTAL
.15.m
FEE .0.5I]
NBSERIJICE
ab
NEI.IBA-TilCE
.15- 50
1. Inputa checknumber
andpressthe
NeWOld
Checkkey.
2. Pressthiskeyto temporarily
linalizethe
transaction.
Example 2
When a checknumber is input and the New/Old Check key is pressed,the
key works as an Old Check key if there is no matching checknumber in
the check tracking memory.
Operation
123456
{**elo 21gg[7s]o
1. Inputthechecknumber.
2. Inputtheamount
tendered
andfinalize
thetransaction.
Receipt
CHECT
NEhI/OLD
133456
SUFTtrTAL
.11.50
2No
sUFTOTAL
.15- 5tt
.t1.00
cAsH
.5.50
CHANGE
Slip
fiE6 0l-0?-93
A. ifilRRIS iili
EVoIJCrfli
lsffirl6{I 1
2
EPtRTtrilT
SUBTOTAL
FEE
l{l SIRI/IIE
?t{o
r 09 Es 8fl-&SE
Et/&J CIEC|(
SUBTOTAL
elh
SUBTOTAL
cAsH
CHANGE
10:1!
43
1e3{5S
.5.0e
'lil.f0
,15.C8
.i:.?:i
.15.5{}
133456
'i:.30
.15.50
.:l.tr
'5.:{
77
CE47N @plr.'/tton Manual
Add Check
This operation lets you combine the amounts of more than one check into a
single check.
Example
Original Check Number: 3708
Thble Number: 21
0tv
Tag
DEPT1
$10.00
2
DEPT
$20'oo
DEPT3
$3ooo
Added Check Number: 3945
Thble Number:27
oty
Tag
DEPT1
$1500
I
DEPT
2
$25'oo
1
Registrationfor Check Number 3708
Receipt
Operation
3708f"Hl 21 [Hl 1000[-Yl
1000fYa f;_-l
r€l{ cHEcK 3?OA
2L
M'{BER
TABLE
'- .10.M
DEPf,RTIfNT
E .$.OO
DEPRRTI€NT
3 .3{1.00
DEPARTI€i{I
SUBTCITAL
.60.00
FEE .0.50
NBSSRIJICE
S'lo
I€U BRLAT{E
.60- 50
Registration for Check Number 3945
Receipt
Operation
394slg.l 21 B
2000T?-l t-;_l
78
1500fTl
3945
|tEl| sfcl(
?1
TAH-EMfiffi
1. ,15.00
DEPRRTIGilT
D€ffiTI{€NT2 .?5.00
SUBTOT#IL
./$.m
FEE .0.'JO
HBSERUITE
A{o
}€II BALAilET
.4CI- 50
Advaned Rqistntion
Fundlone
Add Check Operation
Receipt
Operation
3708[Rl 39a5ts,-l t-;_l
Sepafate CheCk
u-D ctEcK S?oa
SUFTOTAL
.60.5u
ADDCt€Cfi 3945
SUBTGTAL
.40.50
SUBTOTAL
.101.00
NBgERVICE
FEE .0.50
5No
NEIIEALAI{CE
.101 - 50
This operationmakesit possibleto split a single checkinto separatechecks.
Example
Original Check Number: 1005
otv
Tag
DEPTI
$10.00
oEPT2
$20.00
DEPT3
$30.00
DEPT4
$40.00
1
SeparateCheck TemporaryNumber: 1005
otv
Tag
1
DEPT
$10.00
1
DEPT
2
$30.00
I
Registrationfor Check Number 1005
Operation
Receipt
1005[s-l 1000[y-l 2000t----l 3000Tyl
aooofYl t-;-l
lGt{ ct€cK 10fl5
1 .10.M
D€Pf,RTI€NT
2 .20.M
DEPARTITM
IEPRRT}fM3 .30.M
4 .4O.OO
DEPARTI€NT
sUBTCITAL
.lm.m
FEE .0.50
NBSERUICE
4ilo
t€I' BE.SEE
.1oo- 50
79
CE47N Opention ltranual
SeparateCheck Operation
Receipt
Operation
1006["s,lc 1005[m
3000lra (7lgo
1000t-q-l
checknumber
1. Thisinputof a temporary
canbe skipped.
a finalize
2. Notethatyoumustperform
here,andthattemporary
operation
is notallowed.
finalization
SEP{lfiATE
CI€CK
1trt15
DEFmn€NT
1 .10.0u
DEPART}IEMT
3 .il}.t)O
trASH
?NO
.4tl_ O0
FinalizeOperationfor Check Number 1005
Receipt
Operalion
1005tffil tTsl
Clerk Transfer
rI-DCHECI( 1CI05
SUBTOTAL
.60.50
?NO
.6CI- stt
cAsH
This operation lets you change the clerk who is in charge of a specific oPen
check number.
Example
To change the clerk for Check Number 1210 from Clerk Number 1 (K.
Smith) to Clerk Number 4 (M. Iackson).
Receipl
Operalion
(fy-l). 1 @.
4 [*.sel.1210["!Er,lo
[Hrl
1. Pressthiskeyif youdo notwantthe
that
or clerksecretnumber
clerknumbers
youinputin the nextoperation
to appear
on thedisplay.
or clerksecret
2. Inputtheclerknumber
in
number
ol the clerkwhois currently
of theopencheckyouwantto
charge
youinputhere
Thenumber
change.
on whattypeof clerksyslemthe
depends
is programmed
to use.
register
or clerksecret
3. Inputtheclerknumber
you
number
of the clerk wantto change
youinputheredepends
to. Thenumber
the rEister
on whattypeol clerksystem
is programmed
to use.
of the checkyouare
4. Inputthe number
Youcanpresseitherthe Old
transfening.
Checkkey here.
Checkkeyor Old/New
Notethatif youskipthisstep,all check
to the clerk
assigned
numbers
currently
youspecified
in step2 aboveare
in
to the clerkyouspecified
transfened
step3.
80
CLERK
TRAIISFER
K. SI{ITH t{. JACKS{}{
.60.5t1
001210
TOTJIL
.6t1.5r1
Advaned Reglstntlon Functions
Check Number
Transfer
With this operation, you can change the number of a check that is open.
Example
Original Check Number: 2220
ChangedCheckNumber: 1110
First Transaction
Tag
Ay
DEPT1
$10.00
1
DEPT
2
$20.00
1
DEPT
3
$15.00
1
Receipt
Operation
2220ac,]| 1000TY-l 2000{-Y_l
1110{-mo 1500[F-l T;=l
NElfC1€Ct( ezeD
1 .10.M
IEPARTI{ENT
D€PARTI,IENT
A .20.I]O
No. $nNff
CI{ECK
t- 11(]
DEPARTIGNT
3 .13.00
SUFTCITAL
.45.00
NSSER'ICE
FEE .0.50
S{o
NEI,IBfrSICE
.r+5- 50
1. Inputthe newchecknumber
here.
Second Transaction
(CheckNumber1110)
otv
Tag
DEPT4
Operation
$15.00
Receipt
1110["Rl 1500l-yl 9*]
oLDC}€CK t_1t.(l
SUBTOTAL
.45,S]
DEPAFTIfM
4 .15.00
4No
cF|siH .60- 50
81
CE47N OpAion
*lanual
+28 New Balanceand PreviousBalance
You can program the New Balance key to provide a check digit for the
amount obtained by temporary finalization when the cash register is
programmed to "not calculate tax and printing for temporary finalization
using the New Balance Key." The check digit is printed on receiptsjournal
and slips, but is not displayed. Once a check digit is provided, youmust
input it with the amount obtained by temporary hnalization when you input
the previous balance using the Previous Balance Plus or Previous Balance
Minus key. If you fail to input a check digit or if you input it incorrectly,
an error will occur. You can also program addition of a service fee for the
temporary finalize operation.
How the New
Balance Totalizer
works
1. Whenever the New Balance key is pressed for temporary finalization, the
temporary finalization amount and the finalize operation handling fee is
added to the New Balance Total Totalizer.
2. Amounts input using the Previous Balance Plus key are subtracted from
the New Balance Total Totalizer, while amounts input using the Previous
Balance Minus key are added.
3. A decision is then made whether a transaction temporarily finalized by
the New Balance key is still present, or whether improper operation of
the Previous Balance Plus or Previous Balance Minus key has occurred.
The decision is arrived at according to whether the result produced by
steps 1 and 2 (stored in the New Balance Total Totalizer) is positive,
negative or zero.
Positive: Transaction not yet complete
:
Zero: Entire transaction completed normally
Negative: Error in operation
Non-Taxable
Transactions
Example
FirstTrensaction
SecondTransaction
Tender
DEPT1
3
$30.00DEPT
$80.00
DEPT2
$10.00DEPT4
$1.50
Cash
First Transaction
Operation
InsertCheck1234T*-_le3000[Ea
1000[F-l [T-lo Remove
Slip
'1.
82
Inpula reference
number.
Thisinputis
optional,
but it helpsto keeptrackof later
transactions
on the sameslip.An enor
occursat this pointif youhaven'tinserted
a slipintothe printerandthe register
is
programmed
for allernate
slipprinting
compulsory.
Thisoperation
calculates
the totalof the
transaction
as a newbalance
for later
payment.
lf a checkdigitis provided,
it
journaland
will be printedon the receipt,
slip,without
beingdisplayed.
$130.00
Receipt
NL.ll-tF ER
t:-14
i{TI i]1-c?-9i i?:0*
il. iiflftt:Ig ii:14
:97
'llr. rli..r
ItiRRThENT L
'10. ilO
l'iF'AFiTr{tr.l13
.D.5ti
r.,iistRvllr F$
illtr
-.i
irii,J IftLANIE
.48- 5fI
Advaned Rqletntlon
Second Transaction
Fanctionc
0peration
lnsertSlip8 t-,l;l 1234f-i-t 40501f;lo
Remove
Slip
8000tTl
150t-y-l 13000{7sl
1. lnputtfc latestnewbalance.
ThePrevious
Balance
Pluskeycanbe programmed
as
positive
(plus)or negative
(minus).
Receipt
Slip
NUI,TBER
rii0 01117-92
ll. nffiRl$
123i
NU},IBEFI
12]4
REC0t-0?-9?l9:0?
1214 S98
A. I{0RRIS
0Emfis{t1
EpRnru$
a
BA-AIG-E
PREVIflJS
.40.50
DtPffillGilT 3 .80.00
.1.S1
4
DEPRRT}fNT
.8 tii
II8SERUTCE
FIE
3}io
.ilo.50-1
I 08 ffir BrlLtr{CE
NUITEER
13J4
rrEE 01-0?-92
!9:41
il. fiffiRtS
t3l4
:98
.19.'r0
FEIJITUS
mL${C,E
'5U.
'iU
ITPAR]IEIIT
3
,t sjl
EPAR'Iff]II
4
!l{s
.123. OO
SUETOTAL
. ls. uu
CASH
.8.ffi
CHANGE
?NO
SUBTOTAL
.13e- OO
.130.m
cAsH
.8.00
CHANGE
Taxable
Transaction-
Example
1
In this example, the New Balance key is programmed to not calculate the
tax and print for temporary finalization using the New Balance key.
FirstTransaction
First Transaction
liJt
t9:[,t
2i?
.t0.$0
. i0.s0
DEPT1
status4) DEPT3
$10.00(laxable
DEPT5
status4)
$50.00(taxable
Operalion
InsertSlip1000fYlo 5000l-ra f;_lo
Remove
Slip
1. An enoroccurs
hereif youhaven't
inserted
a slip intothe printerandthe
register
is programmed
for slipprinting
compulsory.
2. Thisoperation
calculates
the taxable
amount,
tax,andthe totaltotalof the
transaction
as a newbalance
{including
lf the register
is
tax)for laterpayment.
programmed
to produce
a checkdigit,it is
journal
printed
on the receipt,
andslip
without
beingdisplayed.
SocondTransaction
status4)
$30.00(taxable
Receipt
DEFARTI,IENT
1
T4
.18.0u
DEFARTI4ENT
5
T4
'50.00
NFSERVICE
FEE .0.50
3rlo
-9
r'{EHtfiLANCE
,60- 50
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Second Transaction
0pration
InsertSlip7 E.
61100F._]o 3000Tyl [7g) Rgrner.511t
1. Youcanalignthe nextlineto be printed
eitherby inputting
the number
of linesto
be fed usingthe SlipFeed/Release
key,or by manually
aligining
the slipby
inputting
it lromthe sideof the printer.
(registered
2. Thisoperation
calculates
the latestnewbalance
An enor
as non-taxable).
occurshereif youhaven'tinserted
a slipintothe printerandthe register
is
programmed
for alternate
slipprinting
compulsory.
Wheninputting
the amount,
the checkdigitif onewasprovided.
be sureto include
Receipt
Slip
rE6 01-0?-9?
i?:10
fl. i{nftIs
1?l{
"100
.l$.g0
IEPARItttT
t T.r
,:S.OII
EPffiNiEliT
5 IJ
.0.50
ril SEfiulCI
FtE
?ilo
.6t'- 50-9
I l? r€c8ir_nilcE
F;80 0l{?-9i
19:11
lnt
A. il0fiRIS
tSli
.60.50
PtwIrXjg
BflL-li{CEI{
.10.00
DEPARTI€IiI
3 Ti
tllc
.90.5{l
n)(eglEeil0ut{T
{
.{.sl
TAX 4
.95. 03
CASH
PREVIII.E
H-A'€ET4
.6{1.t0
T4
IEPffiTlEilT3
.38.m
1t{o
TAXARE
AiTIS{T4
,?0.5u
.4.S
TAX 4
'95- 03
cAsH
Taxable
Transaction- 2
Example
In this example, the New Balance key is programmed to calculate and print
the tax for temporary finalization using the New Balance key.
First Transactlon
First Transaction
DEPT1
status4) DEPT3
$10.00(taxable
DEPT5
(taxabte
status4)
$5o.oo
Operation
SecondTransaction
$30.00(taxablestatus4)
Receipt
looo fF-.] s000[-T-l [-;_lc
1. Thisoperation
calculates
the taxable
amount,
tax,andthe totaltotalof the
(including
transaction
as a newbalance
tax)for laterpayment.
lf the register
is
programmed
to produce
a checkdigit,it is
printedon the receiptandjournalwithout
beingdisplayed.
u
IEPARTilENT
1 T4
.10.m
DEPffRTIIENT
E .flI.tl0
TAXASLE
f,'frfiT 4
.10.00
.0.50
TAX 4
NBSERJICE
FEE .0.50
2No
-1
NEIIBAISIE
.61- 00
Second Transaction
0pration
InsertSlip7 T,1?-l{-';l 1000t-.;--l 69599f;l
3000B
Remove
Stip
@
Receipt
ito 01-fi-9?
l9:?{
A, iloffiIs
1?14
il5
.i0.00
DtlAftnfi{rI ii
.50.tr
EmRrff}{T
5
.i0.00
IArflELE
f,il0'Jt{I
4
.u.s{t
TAX 4
Irl sE[vtcE
.0.50
FEE
?ilo
.61. OO-1
r !l liEgH.rmE
iEG 0t-{n-te
it:25
PREVIflJ$
BALAI,ICE
.61.00
II€ffiTI€NT 3
T4
.3CI.00
lNo
TAXRSLE
ff{l[INT4
.t0.00
.1.5t)
TAX 4
cAgiH .?e_ 50
n.m.Rrs ra$
it{
,u.M
.t0.00
nEvIws
w_iltr
Dlfsl!€ff3 T4
tllo
TAX
cftsH
ble
brsaction
-r.50
4
.9?.30
Example
-
3
In this example, the New Balance key is prognmmed to calculate, print, and
add the tax for temporary finalization to the totalizer using the New Balance
key.
FlrstTransaction
*rlil Transaction
SecondTransaction
DEPT|
status1) DEPT
3
910.00(taxabte
DEPT2
status1)
920.00(taxabte
Operation
InsertSlip 1000{-Yl 2000[Yl
Remove
Slip
(taxabte
statust)
930.00
Receipt
t-;_-l
EPffiTIGilT 1-
T4
.10.m
D€PffiTI€ilTA T4
.IB.gl
S{I*{T 4
TAXASLE
.3t1.00
.l.ttr
TAX 4 '
FEE .0.'J]
N8SERVICE
A{o
-?
rftd Bff-sfE
.30- 50
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Operation
InsertSlip6 t-:l;_lT;-l 30502
F_l 3000B
@
Remove
Slip
Slip
Receipt
BA.SEET4
FREVICIJIi
.30.50
T4
3
DEPRRIT€NT
.30.00
1No
4
AI{I}JNT
TflXAIN.E
.60.50
'3.03
TAX 4
.63- 53
cAsH
i9:10
RE6 01-fr-E
J10
12Ji
t. mmls
'i0.E1I
DiPlftTt[]tT
I T{
.!0.00
IFtftTtGtiI
? Ti
'30.00
4
lilxAt|.f#J]iJtlT
.l.txl
TAX 4
.9.50
FEE
l{8SERVICE
Siio
.3CI.50-2
5:li ffi mUi{CE
19:it
r";6 0l-0?-9?
111
A. tsffiIs
l?14
.11.50
P*Ei/IOUS
MLAIIIET4
.10.00
3 T{
WPffiIEIIT
!llo
A}IO{RII
4
TA)(ASLE
TAX 4
CASH
.60.50
'3.01
.63.53
4-29Registrationsthat Movethe DecimalPoint
Example
PreselUnlt Price
Tag
DEPTI
Operation
l
f s,JJJ
GTsl
t
t/_i99J
1
$100.00DEPT
(91.00)
Oy
Tender
I
00.00
Cash$1
Receipt
DEPmT€ilT1 .IM.M
1ilo
CASH
.100- oo
4-30 Price Reductions
You can use the reduced price function to change a price; generally to an
amount that is less than the normal price. You can Program the register so
that it prints the normal price, the reduced price, and the difference between
the two prices on the receipt and journal.
Note that you cannot use the reduced price function with the following
types of items:
o Departments and PLUs programed with negative unit prices or package
quantities.
o Set menus and linked PLUs
. Second unit prices and gas departments
o Multiplication operations that use the format Amount x Number of Items
When you use the reduced price operation with a department key
programmed with a quantity extension, the unit price preset to the
department key is used as the normal price. This means that you can only
perform the reduced price operation only when the department key
programmed with a quantity extension is also Programmed with a preset
unit price. Otherr.rrise,an error occurs.
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Advaned Registntian Functions
Example 1
Tag (NormalPrice)
DEPT2
otv
ReducedPrlce
($6.00)
Tender
$4.00
Operation
Cash
$4.00
Receipt
400 fru;lc 699t-y I {7s]
NI]RI,'AL
PRICE .6.00
REDUCED
FRICE -I.Dt]
DEPARTIIE|{T
{,4.00
3
LNo
.4_ OO
cFtsH
1. Youcaninputup to 7 digitsfor a
price.
reduced
Example 2
Tag(NormalPrice)
PLU9
ReducedPrice
$5.00
oty
$3.00
Operation
Tender
Cash
$9.00
Receipt
SHORT
PLU
3 VB 300 F.s.*leI [w I Em
3 ITEHS
NOR}IAL
FRICE .15.00
REDUCED
FRICE -6.00
*9.00
F LU I
JNo
.9- OO
CASH
LONGPLU
3 Vg 300 (G-t'lo9 t-;-l t7*l
1. Youcaninputup to 6 digitsfor a
reduced
price.
4-31 CondimentpLUs
Example
llain PLU
P L U1 0
Condiment
PLU
($2.00)P L U 4 1
($0.00)Cash
PLU42
($0.50)
PLU43
($0.45)
Operation
$2.95
Receipt
SHORT
PLU
10 t-'tr1 41 f"trl 42 t-wl 43 t-tr-l {7*l
LONGPLU
14 Fl 41 F=l 42 a;)
Tender
fi F-t
t7*l
.3.m
FL|"J 10
.O.M
PLU 4L
'0.s]
FILU 42
.0.45
PLU 4=
4No
.=- ?5
EASH
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4-32VAT BreakdownPrinting
You can force printing of the VAT breakdown, regardless of whether the
cash register is programmed to print or skip printing of the VAT
breakdown. You can press the VAT key at any time during a transaction,
except while a partial tender is in progress. Note that you must press the
VAT key each time you want print a breakdown.
Example
Tag
TarableStalus
oly
1
DEPT1
$10.00
TaxableStatus1
DEPT2
$20.00
TaxableStatus2
Tender
Cash
Receipl
Operalion
1000T-*--r
2000t-?l @
$30.00
@
DEPRftTI€NT
1 T1
.10.m
g
DEPARTI€NT
T2
.?0.00
2No
TAXAEIE
AI,IOIJNT
1.9.09
.0.91
TAX 1
TAXASLE
tr,IOtJNT
2
.19.t8
.0.95
TAX 2
.30- oo
ef|sH
It-33 Deposit Registrations
Use the following procedures to register deposits.
Ileposit Plus Key ExamPte
DepositRecelvedFrom Cuslomer
$50.00Cash
Operation
5000try;lt7*l
Receipt
cAsH
88
+
.50.m
0No
.50- fl(}
DEPT}SIT
I
Advaned Reglstratlon Functions
D,epositMinuS
Example
Key
olv
Tag
DEPT1
$20.00
1
DEPT2
$3O,OO
I
DEPT3
$15.00
I
DeposilRecelvedFrom Customer
Tender
$50.00
Cash315.00
Operation
2000[Ea 3000aYl 1500[=-l
5000try;l E*l
Receipt
DEPffiTlft{T
1 .20.{10
DEPART}IENT
E ,30.M
DEPffin€t{T
3 '15.m
_
DEPtrSIT
-30.00
3No
.15- r10
cffsH
4-34 Bill Gopy
Example
To issue a copy of a bill dated July 1.,1992in the amount of $35.00cash.
Operation
920701
[* lo 3599[7s]o
1. Inputthe dateusingtheformatYYMMDD,
Inputtwo digitsfor eachelement.
2. Youcaninputup to 10 digitsfor the
Notethatyoucanfinalizethis
amount.
operation
usingthe CashAmount
Tendered,
Charge,
CheckTender,
or Credit
key.
Receipt
BILL TOFI€SSAGE
1
BILL TOPIfs$ffi 2
BILL TtP IfSSAtr 3
EILL TOPIfSSAC€4
RgGCI1-0?-9?
A. f{0FfiIs1234
1
I€SSAG€
BILL COPY
BILL C(FYt€SSffi 2
8I[ C{PYl€SSffiE3
BILL [trY 1frs$ffi 4
cAsH
.35-
OO
}SG 1
BILI BOTTO{
BILL g0fitH fts6 2
BILL BOTTfiI€G 3
$ILL B0fitll l{58 4
Note that you can finalize this operation using the Cash Amount Tendered,
Charge, Check Tender, or Credit key.
4-35Actuql Stock QuantityInquiry
With this operation, you can recall the actual stock quantity for long PLUs
and show it on the display of the cash rcgister.
Example
To check the actual stock quantity of Long PLU 32.
tgl32 F_-l
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4-36Unit Price Inquiry
Use this operation to recall the unit prices of departments, gas departments,
Short PLUs, and Long PLUs, or the second unit price of Long PLUs. The
unit prices appear on the display of the cash register when recalled.
Example 1
To look up the unit price of Department 1.
@tn
Example 2
To recall the unit price of Gas Department1.
@ E
Example 3
To recall the unit price of Short PLU 3.
fm'l 3 t-tr-l
Example 4
To recall the secondunit price of Long PLU 5.
@@5T*-t
4-37 Individual Clerk/CashierAccountability Report Printing in the
REG 1, REG2, and RF Modes
The following operationscan be use to issue Individual Clerk/Cashier
AccountabilityReportsin the REG 1, REG 2 and RF Modes.
Read Report
Example
Operation
ge 15oF.r;*lo
1. Thisinputspecifies
a ReadReport.
2. Inputup to 2 digitsas the ClerkNumber
of the clerkfor whomyouwanta report
issued.
3. Pressthiskeyto startissuance
of the
report.
ResetReport
Exampte
0peration
1 c 1 5 0@ .
1. Thisinputspecifies
a ResetReport.
2. Inputup to 2 digitsas the ClerkNumber
of the clerkfor whomyouwanta report
issued.
3. Pressthiskeyto startissuance
of the
report.
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4-38MoneyDeclarationin the REGI, REG2, and RF Modes
This procedure makes it possible to perform money-indrawer declaration for
each payment medium (cash, charge, check, credit) while in the REG 1, REG
2, or RF Mode. The register is equipped with declaration amount total,
in-drawer amount, declaration ovet and declaration short totaiizers for each
payment medium, and you can issue reports on the status of each totalizer.
Declaration
AmountTotal
Totalizer
This totalizer stores the declaration amount total. Each amount declared in
the REG 1 and REG 2 Modes is added to this totalizer, while amounts
declared in the RF Mode are subtracted.
DeclarationOver
Totalizer
When the declared amount is greater than the indrawer amount, the
amount of the overage is accumulated in the declaration over totalizer.
DeclarationShort
Totalizer
When the declared amount is less than the in-drawer amount, the amount of
the shortage is accumulated in the declaration over totalizer.
Procedure
When money declaration in the REG 1, REG 2, and RF mode is
programmed as compulsory the money declaration operation in these modes
must be followed immediately by the applicable read or reset operation. In
this case, the read or reset operation will become impossible if you perform
another registration immediately after money decLaration.
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5Read and Reset Reports
Use the proceduresdescribedin this section to issue READ and RESET
reports of transaction data.
5-1 Daily Sales Data READ (Xl Mode)
The X1 Mode is also used to read daily sales data. Use this procedure to
check sales data without deleting any data. This procedure provides the
folloryrng reports.
o Individual Department Report
o Individual PLU Report
o Individual Group Report
o Individual Clerk Accountability Report
o Individual Clerk Open Check Report
o Individual Open Check Report
o PLU Range Report
e Fixed Totalizer Report
o Free Function Report
r PLU or PLU Group Report
. Department Report
o Group Total Report
o Clerk Accountability Report
o Hourly Sales Report
o Monthly Sales Report
o Financial Report
o Open Check Report
. Thble Analysis Report
To preparcfor
daily sales data
read
1. Count the cash in the drawer and input the amount, up to 10 digits.
You can skip this step if it is not programmed as compulsory. When you
input an amount here, the difference between the amount you input and
the amount accumulated in the cash in drawer totalizer is printed on the
report.
In the flowcharts in this manual, the above procedure is indicated by the
following symbol:
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Be€d and Bec€Jt Reportg
5-2 ResettingDaily Sales Data (Zt Mode)
Perform the daily sales RESEToperation at the end of the business day, to
clear (reset) the memory as the data is printed. This procedures provides the
following reports.
o Individual Cashier Accountability Report
o Individual Clerk Open Check Report
o Individual Open Check Report
o PLU Range Report
o Fixed Totalizer Report
o Free Function Report
o PLU or PLU Group Report
. Department Report
o Group Total Report
. Clerk Accountability Report
o Hourly Sales Report
o MontNy Sales Report
. Open Check Report
o Thble Analysis Report
To preparc for
daily sales data
reset
1. Count the cash in the drawer and input the amount, up to 10 digits.
You can skip this step if it is not programmed as compulsory. Money
declaration compulsory is applied only for the issuance of the Daily
Fixed Totalizer Report and the Clerk Accountability Report.
In the flowcharts in this manual, the above procedure is indicated by the
following symbol:
5-3 Periodic Sales Read and Reset (X2t;22Mode)
The periodic totalizer functions accumulate daily sales data by week, month,
or any other period. Periodic sales READ and RESET allow you to obtain
the following reports.
e PLU Range Report
o Fixed Totalizer Report
o Free Function Report
o PLU or PLU Group Report
o Department Report
o Group Total Report
o Clerk Accountability Report
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. Hourly Sales Report
o Monthly Sales Report
. Thble Analysis Report
This operation can be protected by an X2/22 secret code that makes it
impossible to perform the operations unless the correct secret code is used.
To preparefor
periodicsales
data rcad and
reset
'1,.
Input a 4-digit clerk secret number. Proceed with the following steps if a
X2/22 Mode secret password has been programmed. If no secret
password is programmed, cash register goes directly into the periodic
sales read/reset operation.
2. Input the X2/Z2.mode secret password. An error occurs if you try to
enter the periodic sales read/reset operation without inputting a
password (when one is programmed), or if the password you input does
not match the one programmed for the register.
In the flowcharts in this manual, the above procedure is indicated by the
following symbol:
5..4lssuing Reports
Read and Reset
Reports
94
The formats of read reports are similar to those of reset reports, except
that the reset rcports contain the symbol "2" and the non-resettable
number of resets at the top. Also, the non-resettable grand total is printed
on the Fixed Totalizer Reset Report.
If money declaration is programmed as compulsory, you must input an
amount before you can perform read or reset operations, otherwise an
error tone will sound and the cash register will lock. Press the Clear key
to clear the error.
"OV" is printed on the left
side of the "2" symbol on the Reset Report if
an overflow occurs in any of the totalizers.
A report header message (report title) that indicates the report code and
report contents is printed in the header line of each report. The report
header message is programmable up to maximum of 16 characters. It
should be noted, however, that the report header messageis
programmable for each totalizer, and not for each report code. This means
that the same report header message is printed for the Daily Sales Read
Report (X1 mode), Daily Sales Reset Report (27 mode), Periodic Sales
Read Report (X2 mode), Periodic Sales Reset Report (22 mode), and
Individual Read/Reset Report (X1 or Z1 mode).
Rad and Ra€€/tRcprb
Programmability
Report issuance can be programmed with the following features:
o Suppress printing of zero-total lines
.
o
o
r
o
o
o
.
r
o
lssuing Reports
Money declaratiorr compu\sory
Report header message (report title)
Output sales ratios
Suppress printing of grand total
Print two copies of the Fixed llotalizer Reset Report
Print PLU number/random PLU codes on The pLU Report and Individual
PLU Report
Clear (RESET) actual stock quantity when the Stock Reset Report is issued
Printing control for totalizers and counters in the report
Starting time period for the Hourly Sales Report
Prints the monthly sales average amount on the Monthly sales Report
The following procedures are available for issuing reports.
o Individual Read Report issuance (reset also available for Individual Clerk
Accountability Report, Individual Group Report, Individual Clerk open
Check Report, Individual Open Check Report)
o PLU Range Read/Reset Report issuance
o RePort code input for individual totalizers for Read/Reset report issuance
for each totalizer
o Batch Read/Reset report issuance for report groups
Each department, short PLU and Long PLU has its own discount/premium
Discount/Premium
totalizeq, and can be programmed for accumulation or non-accumulation of
Item Amount
data these totalizers. The following data is accumulated in discount/premium
Totalizer
totalizers.
o Discount/premium amounts produced by operation of the selective Item
Subtotal key
o Discounts, premiums, additions and reductions for the last item registered.
Note that discounts, premiums, additions and reductions produced using the
subtotal key are not accumulated in the discount/premium totalizers.
You must also keep in mind that a register programmed for net totalizing
update discount/premium item amount totalizers with any amount calculated
by a Plus or Minus key operation immediately following registration of an
item. This is true regardless of whether or not the selective Item subtotal
key is used in the registration.
IndividualRead
Reports
lndividual Department
1. Loop here to press another department key.
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lndlvidual Short PLU
1. Loop here to print a report for the next sequential Short PLU.
2. Loop here to print a report for another (non-sequential) Short PLU.
lndividual Long PLU
1.. Loop here to print a report for the next sequential Long PLU.
2. Loop here to print a report for another (non-sequential) Long PLU.
lndividual Group
1 . Input a z-diglt group number.
2. Loop here to input another group number.
Individual Clerk Open
Check
1. Input a 2-digit clerk memory number.
2. Loop here to input another clerk memory number.
Individual
Read/Reset
Reports
lndividual Clerk
Accountability
1. Input the memory number for the clerk whose data you want to print.
2. Loop here to input another clerk memory number.
Each clerk is assigned a clerk fixed totalizer and a clerk detail totalizer. The
configuration of the clerk detail totalizers is programmable.
96
Read and Reselt Reprts
PLU Range
Read/Reset
Reports
A range of PLUs can be specified for read or reset of short pLU sales data,
Long PLU sales data or Long pLU stock data.
PLU Daily Sales
Range
Short PLU
Long PLU
1. Cash Amount Tendered key on the standard keyboard.
2. Input the start of the range. In the case of short pLUs, input a pLU
number. In the case of a Long PLU, input a pLU number or a random
PLU code. skipping this entry causes the range to start from pLU
memory 1.
3. Input the end of the range. In the case of short pLUs, input a pLU
number. In the case of a Long PLU, input a pLU number or a random
PLU code. skipping this entry causes the range to end with the last pLU
memory number that exists in memory.
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PLU Perlodic Sales
Range
Short PLU
Long PLU
ffiffi
1. Cash Amount Tendered key on the standard keyboard.
2. Input the start of the range. In the case of Short PLUs, input a PLU
number. In the case of a Long PLU, input a PLU number or a random
PLU code. Skipping this entry causes the range to start from PLU
memory 1.
3. Input the end of the range. In the case of Short PLUs, input a PLU
number. In the case of a Long PLU, input a PLU number or a random
PLU code. Skipping this entry causes the range to end with the last PLU
memorv number that exists in memory.
98
Read and necelt neports
Long PLU Stock
Range
1.. Cash Amount Tendered key on the standard keyboard.
2. Input a Long PLU number or a random PLU code. Skipping this entry
causes the range to start from PLU memory 1.
3. Input a Long PLU number or a random PLU code. Skipping this entry
causes the range to end with the last PLU memory number that exists in
memory.
IndiVidUal
TOtaliZef
Reports
You can issue read and reset reports for individual totalizers by inputting
the applicable report code. Issuing a report may or may not open the
drawer, depending on the type of totalizer being reported.
Report Code Table
ReponCode
Dally Sale3
Read
Reset
11
11
12
PerlodicSales
Read
TotallzerType
DrawerOpensWhen
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Reset
1111
211
Fixedtotalizer
YES
ta
112
212
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NO
IJ
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213
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NO
14
14
114
214
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NO
15
t5
115
2t5
Department
NO
16
t6
116
216
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NO
17
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117
217
Clerk
YES
19
19
't19
219
Hourlysales
NO
20
20
120
220
Monthly
sales
NO
25
25
OpenCheck
NO
28
28
TableAnalysis
NO
Financial
YES
71
128
229
This operationis possible only when inventoryamounts,number of items, and monetary
amounts registeredusing Flat-Long PLU menus 'l and 2 are being accumulatedinto menu
3 totalizers.
The cash registercan be programmedto issue reports for menu 3 only, resettingthe rnenu
3 totalizersand counters only, or to issue reports for menu 3 only, resettingthe meou 1,2,
and 3 totalizers and counters.
To issue daily sales
reset reports
l. Input a 2:digit report code from the above table.
2. Cash Amount Tendered key on the standard keyboard.
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To issue periodic
sales read/reset
reports
1. Input a 2-digit report code from the above table.
2. Cash Amount Tendered key on the standard keyboard.
Financial Report
1. Press one of the multiplication keys. The multiplication key used depends
on what type of key is assigned to the keyboard.
Batch Report
lssuancefor
ReportGroups
Reports for totalizer tyPes can be assigned to groups under a SrouP number.
Then batch read/reset operations can be performed for an entire group by
simply inputting the group number. It should be noted, howeve4 that to
perform this operation you must use the memory allocation operation to
reserve batch readlreset oPeration memory (see the Programming Manual).
Up to 10 totalizer type report codes can be assigned to a single group, and
each group report can be programmed for issuance in specific modes (X1,
21,, X2 or Z2). You can also specify issuance of a Periodic Sales Read Report
()? Mode) or a Periodic Sales Reset Report (22 Mode) for the X2/72 mode.
Note that the following reports cannot be included as part of a report
8rouP.
o Individual Department Read/Reset Report
o Individual Short PLU Read/Reset Report
r Individual Long PLU Read/Reset Report
o Individual Clerk Accountability Read/Reset Report
r Individual Group Read/Reset Report
o Individual PLU Range Read/Reset Report
o Financial Report
. Open Check Report
The batch read operation (X1 or X2 mode) can be performed using a report
group without losing any data. The batch reset operatron (z'1,Mode or 22
Mode) issues a report and then clears the memory.
To batch issue
reports
100
Read and Reg€,tnepotts
ExampleReport
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Report
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GroupReport
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6
For the Manager
This section describes modes and operations that are generally used by
management only. Besides user programming procedures, it also describes
how to perform clerk assignments for clerk intermpt function and set
stock quantities.
6-1 ManagerControl Mode (X1 Mode)
Manager control consists of the four operations listed below. Access to these
operations can be restricted by a secret password that makes it impossible to
perform operations unless the correct password is input.
o Drawer assignments for each clerk (when optional multi-drawer system is
used)
. Stock quantity maintenance
. Clerk assignment for clerk intemrpt function
o Program 1 programming (programming unit prices for department keys,
Short PLUs, Long PLUs; programming unit prices, rates, times, dates for
function keys)
Enteringthe
ManagerGontrol
Mode
Procedure
1. Press a clerk button or input a clerk secret number. If you have a secret
password programmed for accessto the Manager Control Mode, proceed
with the following steps. The register goes directly into the Manager
Control Mode at this point if you do not have a secret password
programmed.
2. Press the Clerk Number key if you do not want the password you input
in the next step to appear on the display as you input it.
'
3. Input the secret password. An error occurs if you try to enter the
Manager Control Mode without inputting a password (when one is
programmed), or if the password you input does not match the one
programmed for the register.
To avoid repetition, the above operation is abbreviated to the following for
all of the other procedures in this section.
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6-2 AssigningDrawersfor Each Glerk
Each clerk can be assigned a drawer when optional multi-drawer system is
being used. Drawer assignments can also be made in Program 3 Mode.
1. Input the number of the drawer you want to assign (1 to 4).
2. Input a 4-digit clerk secret number (0001 to 9999) that idenffies the clerk
you want to assign the drawer to. Note that you must input all four
digits of this number.
6-3 Stock Quantity Maintenance(Long PLUs Only)
You can make changes in actual stock quantities for Long PLUs using the
procedures described in this section.
r Do not use decimal point key when inputting values in this procedure.
The procedure to specify values (6-digit integers or 6-digit integers with
3-digit decimals) for actual stock quantitSzmaintenance is explained in the
Programming Manual.
o Values you specify in the operations shown in this section are either
added to or subtracted from the current actual stock quantity. Do not
input a new stock quantity.
To add to the
actual stock
quantity of a
Long PLU
1 . Input the PLU number or Random PLU code that identifies the Long
PLU whose actual stock quantity you want to add to.
2. Input the value you want to add to the actual stock quantity of the
Long PLU you specified above. You can input a 6-digit integer in the
range of 1, to 999999or a 9-digit fractional value in the range of 0.001 to
999999.999.The type of value you input depends on how the register is
programmed.
3. Loop here if you want to add the same value to the next sequential PLU
number.
4. Loop here if you want to add a different value to the next sequential
PLU number.
5. Loop here if you want to specify another PLU number or Random PLU
code.
106
For tIrc Hanager
To subtractfrom
the actual stock
quantityof a
Long PLU
1. Input the PLU number or Random PLU code that identifies the Long
PLU whose actual stock quantity you want to subtract from.
2. Press the Refund key to specify subtraction.
3. Input the value you want to subtract from the actual stock quantity of
the Long PLU you specified above. You can input a 6-digit integer in the
range of 1, to 999999or a 9-digit fractional value in the range of 0.001 to
999999.999.The type of value you input depends on how the register is
programmed.
4. Loop here if you want to subtract the same value from the next
sequential PLU number.
5. Loop here if you want to subtract a different value from the next
sequential PLU number.
6. Loop here if you want to specify another PLU number or Random PLU
code.
64 Program 1 Programming
Use the Manager Control Mode to program Program 1 items. These items
can be preset to prohibit programming by Manager Control Mode. The
following is a list of items that you can program using the Manager Control
Mode.
o
o
r
o
o
.
Unit prices for deparments, Gas department, Short PLUs aiid Lorrg PLUs
Unit prices for the Plus, Minus, Coupon, and Bottle Return keys
Second unit price for Long PLUs
Percentagefor the Premium/Discount key
Rate or amount service charge for check cashing using the Check Tender
key
Rate or amount service charge for temporary hnahzation using the New
Balance key
Date
Time
Currencl exchange rate for the Currency Exchange key
o
o
o
. Gas department discount amount
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To enter the
Program1 Mode
1. The register enters the Program 1 Mode at this point. You do not need
to change the Mode Control Switch to the Program position.
2. Perform Program 1 programming as explained in the Programming
Manual.
To exit the
Program 1 Mode
Change the position of the mode control key to another setting (REG 1,
REG 2, RE OFF, X2, or Z2). Thrs procedure cancels Program 1 Mode of
Manager Control (X1) Mode.
6-5 Cashier Assignment
Linking a clerk to a clerk intemrpt buffer enables clerk intemrpt while a
transaction is in progress.
To link clerk
buttonsto
interruptbuffers
1 . Press the clerk button to which you want to link the intermpt buffer.
2. Input a memory number in the range of 01 to 99. Inputting 00 here
cancels the previous link.
3. You can use any of the Multiplication/For/Area/Date Time keys here.
4. Loop here if you want to specfy another clerk button.
To link clerk
secret numbers to
interrupt butfers
1. Input a memory number in the range of 01 to 99. Inputting 00 here
cancels the previous link.
2. Input the 4-digit secret number of the clerk that you want to link to the
intermpt buffer.
3. You can use any of the Multiplication/For/Area/Date Time keys here.
4. Loop here if you want to specfy another memory number and clerk
secret number.
108
For the Manager
To link clerk
secret numbers to
Clerk Secret
Number keys
1. Input the 4-digit secret number of the clerk that you want to link to the
Clerk Secret Number key.
2. Press the Clerk Secret Number key.
3. Loop here if you want to specfy another clerk secret number.
o You cannot manually input a clerk secret number for a Clerk Secret
Number key that is programmed with a Clerk Secret Number.
To use more than one clerk secret numbet, the corresponding number of
Clerk Secret Number free function kevs must be reserved.
109
7
General Guide
Rotary customer display
Take-up reel
Journal
Operator display
Receipt
Mode switch
Stamp pad
ReceiptON/OFF switch
Printer
Keyboard
Ink cassette
Clerk buttons
(except United States
and Canada)
Printer cover
Cash drawer
Printer cover lock
Cash drawer lock
Printer sub cover
7-1 Mode Switch and Keys
Mode Switch
Use the Mode Switch to select the modes described below. Certain modes
cannot.be selected by some of the mode control keys.
. OFF (Unit Lock Mode)
Switches power OFF. Any mode control key can be inserted and removed
from the Mode Switch in this position.
. REG 1 (Register 1 Mode)
This mode is used for normal sales transactions. Any mode key can be
inserted and removed from the Mode Switch in this position.
o REG 2 (Register 2 Mode)
Used for special operations. Since switching to the Reg 2 Mode requires a
special key. Such functions as discounts, credit sales, charge sales, check
payments, and paid outs can be controlled by programming them as
prohibited in the Reg 1 Mode and allowed in the Reg 2 Mode.
. RF (Refund Mode/Reg Minus Mode)
When the Mode Switch is in RF position, you can accesseither the
Refund Mode or the Reg Minus Mode. See 27.
General GuHe
o X1 (Daily Sales Read Mode/Manager Control Mode)
The Daily sales Read Mode is used to obtain daily sales reports without
resetting (clearing) all total data.
The Manager Control Mode consists of the four operations listed below.
These operations can be protected by an Xl Mode secret password which
makes it impossible to perform the operations unless the iorrect secret
code is input.
Drawer assignments for each clerk (when optional multi-drawer system is
used)
Program 1 programming
Z1 (Darly Sales Reset Mode)
use this mode to.obtain daily sales reports while resetting (clearing) all
total data.
X2/22 (Periodic Sales Read/Reset Mode)
use this mode to obtain periodic sales reports without resetting any total
data (read), or while resetting (clearing) all total data (reset). These
operations can be protected by an x2/72 mode secret code which makes
it impossible to perform the operation unless the correct secret code is
input.
Program Mode
use this Mode when programming functions and presetting data such as
unit prices and tax rates, and when reading program data.
MODEGontrol
Keys
Three MODE control keys (two of each) are provided with the cash register.
United
States/Canada/Lf
.K.
. OP (Operator) key
This key switches between OFF and REG 1.
o M (Master) key
This key switches between OFF, ngC 1, REG 2, and X1..
. OW (Owner) key
This key switches between OFF, nfC 1, REG 2, Xl, 21., X2/22 and RF.
r PGM (Program) key
This key switches to any Mode Switch position.
Other Areas
. OP (Operator) key
This key switches between OFF and REG 1.
o M (Master) key
This key switches between OFE, REG 1, REG 2, and Xl.
o OW (Owner) key
This key switches between OFF, REG 1, REG Z, Xl, Z\, XZIZZ, W
and PROGRAM.
7-2 Keyboard and Keys
United
States/Canada
CE47N Operation ltlanual
Other Areas
Numeric Keys
@, O to @/l-oo l/toool/tooool/t-o These keys are used to input amounts, quantities, customer numbers, etc.
o Maximum capacity for each data input is:
Amount = 9999999
QuantitY = 999.999
Tendered amount = 9999999999
Number = 9999999999
Percent = 99.99
DepartmentKeys
[Y-l to [H-l
. These keys register amounts for sales items or refund items for
accumulation in department totalizers.
. Multiple registrations of the same item can be performed by repeatedly
pressing the same key or using the multiplication operation.
r An amouit input is not required for department keys preset with unit
prices.
FunctionKeys
Add Check Key I s ]
. This key is used in a check tracking system to combine the details of
more than one check into a single check.
ArrangementKey F-l
o Executes the multiple operations assigned.
Bottle Return/LinkedBottle Return Keys tI/'B
o The Bottle Return key registers a bottle return amount.
o The Linked Bottle Return key specifies next input as a linked bottle
return.
112
@neral Gut&
Gash Amount TendercdKey @
o This key is used to register a cash amount due either with or without a
tendered amount input. The transaction is /;inalized by display of change
amount due when tendered amount is greater than or equal to amount
due.
ChargeKey F-l
o This key registers a charge sale amount either with or without a tendered
amount input.
GheckEndorsementKey ("v'*l
r This key prints the check endorsement on personal checks using an
optional slip printer.
Check Print Key [w-l
o This key prints amounts, date, and message on personal checks using an
optional slip printer.
Check Tender Key [ry,*l
o This key registers a check payment amount either with or without a
tendered amount input. The transaction is finalized by display of change
amount due when tendered amount is greater than or equal to amouni
due.
Clear Key E
o This key clears erroneous input, error conditions, and stops error alarm.
o Clears date or time display mode.
Clerk Secret Number Key [-l--l
o This key assigns clerk secret numbers.
CouponKey F-l
o This key registers coupon and accumulates the coupon amount in the
coupon totalizers. The registered coupon amount is not deducted from the
department, PLU or gross totalizel, but from the net totalizer only.
Coupon2 Key [-r_l
o This key registers coupon and accumulates the coupon amount in the
coupon 2 totalizer. The registered coupon amount is deducted from the
department, PLU, gross and net totalizers.
Gredit Key [;;l
o This key registers a credit payment amount either with or without a
tendered amount input.
GurrencyExchangeKey [-;--l
o This key converts foreign currency to local currency or vice versa using
the exchange rate preset for the key and displays the result.
o This key is used for conversions of a home currency subtotal or
merchandise subtotal to the equivalent of another countryr's currency.
r This key is also used for conversion of another countrlr's currency
payment to the equivalent of the home currency.
r This key is used for conversions of another countrlr's currency to the
equivalent of the home currehcy.
CustomerKey F;l
o This key registers the number of customers.
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DepositMinus Key [ry;]
. This key is used when registering deposits returned to customers'
Deposit Plus Key lry|
o This key is used when registering deposits received to customers'
DiscountKey [z:l
o This key applies a preset 7o or lrimually input % to obtain the discount
amount for the last registered item or subtotal.
Discount Subtotal Key [-z'-l
o This key displays the subtotal amount after the discount is applied during
gas department registration.
DrawerNumberKey [*rl
. This key is used in the Manager Control Mode (X1) for assignment of
clerks to specific drawers when optional multi-drawer system is being
used.
ElectronicBenefitsTenderKey ['2"-l
o This key registers an EBT card payment amount with a tendered amount
entry.
Error Correct Key [-"s"--l
o This key is used to correct the last item, discount, premium, amount
tendered, etc.
Food StampStatus Shitt Key fl
. This key changes food stamp status of the next item between food stamp
applicable and food stamp not applicable.
Food Stamp Subtotal Key ["r"-l
. This key obtains the food stamp applicable amount of food stamp
applicable items.
Food Stamp Tender Key {"2"-l
o This key registersa food stamp payment amount with a tenderedamount
input.
Loan Key [-;l
o This key registers the bank in drawer.
Long Price Look Up Key I-;_l
. This key is used to register Long PLUs.
o It accessesand automatically registers preset prices and status data
according to PLU number or random PLU code input.
ManualTax Key F;l
. This key manually registers a tax amount.
MerchandiseSubtotal Key r'r. r
. This key obtains subtotal excluding the add-on tax amount and the
previous balance. This function can be used to calculate a premium or
discount for subtotals, or on the additional sales amount.
Minus Key [-l
o This key registers an amount for subtraction.
MoneyDeclarationKey [ml I
. This key registers money-in-drawer declaration for each payment medium
(cash, charge, check, credit).
New BalanoeKey F-l
r This key adds latest registered total to the previous balance to obtain a
new balance.
New Check Key [ "ux.l
o This key is used in a check tracking system to input a new check number
in order to open a new check under that number.
NedOld Check Key [w*;l
o This key is used in a check tracking system to input check numbers in
order to open new checks and to reopen existing checks. When the
cashier inputs a check number, the register checks to see if that number
already exists in check tracking memory. If there is no matching number
in memory a new check is opened under the input check number. If the
check number input matches a number already stored in memory that
check is reopened for further registration or finalization.
Non-Add Non-Sale KeyNon-Add Key/Non-SaleKey
@{E/r
o These keys print reference numbers (personal check number, card numbeq,
etc.) during transactions (non-add).
. They open the drawer between transactions (no sale).
Old Check Key G:--l
o This key is used in a check tracking system to input the number of an
existing check (previously created using the New Check key) whose
details are stored in check tracking memory. Existing checks are reopened
to perform further registration or to finalize them.
Open Key @
o This key releasesmaximum amount limit or low digit limit for an amount
which exceeds the limit.
Open 2 Key [r.l
o This key suspends compulsory specifications. Elimination of various
compulsory specifications can be programmed to this key.
Paid Out Key [-;l
o This key registers an amount paid out from the register.
Pick Up Key F4
o This key registers an amount picked up from the drawer by management.
PremiumKey [7l
r This key applies a preset % or manually input % to obtain the premium
amount for the last registered item or subtotal.
PreviousBalaneeMlnus/PlusKey tE[|
r This k€y r€gisters the previous negative or positive balance at the
beginning of, or during a transaction.
o This key can be programmed to function as a Previous Balance Minus
Key or Previous Balance Plus Key.
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PreviousBalanceSubtotalKey [ '2,]
r This key obtains the previous balance subtotal.
Price Key [;l
. This key registers an amount to a sub-department when a PLU is used as
a sub-department.
o Repeat operations can be performed by simply pressing this key.
o Unit prices assigned to sub-department numbers are registered by simply
pressing this key. Unit prices can be manually input.
Rate Tax Key [-";l
o This key activates the preset tax rate or manually input rate to obtain the
tax for the preceding taxable status 1 amounts.
ReceiptKey [*l
o This key issues a receipt for the latest transaction (post-finalization
receipt).
Receivedon Account Key F-l
. This key registers a received on account amount.
Refund Key [=_l
r This key declares next input a return or cancels the item in a transaction.
SecondUnit Price Key [-;l
e This key registers second unit price and quantity modifiers of Long Plus.
Short Price Look Up Key (-w-l
o This key is used to register Short PLUs.
o Accessesand automati'cally registers preset prices and status data
according to PLU number input.
Key [-.*-l
Slip Back FeecURelease
o This key back feeds a slip the specified number of lines.
. Releasesslip holder when pressed without inputting number of lines.
Slip Feed/ReleaseKey [-.*-.l
o This key feeds a slip the specified number of lines.
o It releasesslip holder when pressed without inputting number of lines.
Slip Print Key [-*.1
. This key starts printing on a slip of all transactiondata just printed on
the receipt.
Subtotal Key F;l
. This key obtains subtotal including the add-on tax amount and the
previous balance.
Table Number Key lwl
. This key is used to input table numbers.
Taxable Amount Subtotal Key [%-l
o This key obtains subtotal of specific Taxable Status taxable amounts.
Tax Exempt Key [-z,l
o Changes taxable amount subtotal to non-taxable.
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General Guide
Tax Status Shift Key f;l
o This key changes the tax status of next item from non-taxable to Thxable
Status or from Thxable Status to non-taxable.
Text Recall Key [s"-l
r This key is used to recall programmed text messages by inputting a
memory at which the text is stored. The recalled text is printed on the
receipt and journal.
IIp Key [-;-l
r This key registers tips.
Tray Total Key [-ml
o This key displays the total amount with the tax included for all
registrations from the last registration until this key is pressed or all
registrations between presses of this key.
o This key can be programmed to print the total amount with tax excluded.
Triple Multipfication/For/Arca/Date
Time Key W
o These keys are used to input quantities and split quantities for multiple
items with the same price and deparhent, pLU or payment media for
automatic quantity extension, or length and width extension.
. They display the time or date between transactions.
Validation Key @
o This key validates item or transaction amounts by them them on slips.
o Validation can be made compulsory for certain function keys.
. Multiple validations can be prohibited for certain function keys.
VAT Key [-".--l
r This key prints a vAT breakdown on the receipt and journal. printing is
performed regardless of whether the cash register is programmed to
normally print or skip printing of the VAT breakdown.
Void Key [-;l
o This key invalidates preceding data registered for departments, pLUs or
set menus only.
r This key must be pressed before the transaction involving the data to be
invalidated is finalized, but is also effective even after calculation of a
subtotal amount.
CE47N Opntion
Manual
7-3 Displays
Operator Display
United States and
Canada
Other Areas
1 . Alphanumeric Display
Descriptors preset for departments, PLUs, and function keys appear on
an l.2-characteralphanumeric display. Error messages,programming
messagesand specified mode descriptors also appear as prompts for the
operator.
This display shows the data (month, day and year) when the
Multiplication/Date/Ttme Key, Area/Date/Time Key, Quantity
for/Date/Ttme Key, or Tiiple Multiplication/Date/Time Key is pressed in
the Reg 1, Reg 2 or RF Mode.
Operation of the Multiplication/Date/Trme Key will not display the date
when the key is programmed for multiplication with the format, Unit
Price x Quantity.
2. Numeric Display
This display shows such numeric data as prices, quantities, rates,
transaction total, and change amounts due up to 10 digits long, without
any leading zeros.
Shows the time (hours, minutes, seconds) in 24-hour timekeeping format
or 12-hour timekeeping format when the Multiplication/Date/Trme Key,
Area/Date/Time Key, Quantity for/Date/Trme Key, or Triple
Multiplication/Date/Time key is pressed in the Reg 1, Reg 2 or RF
Mode.
Operation of the Multiplication/Date/Ttme Key will not display the date
when the key is programmed for multiplication with the format, Unit
Price x Quantity.
Number of Repeats Display
This display shows the number of times that a key is pressed in
succession.Only one digit is displayed, so only the units are shown
when the number of repeats is greater than nine.
Genenl Gulde
4. Transaction Indicators
The following transaction indicators appear on the display to indicate the
type of operation being performed.
Indicator
ROtary Customer
Display
lleoning
2nd@
2nd unit priceitem regishalion
VD
Errorcorreclor void oDeration
T/Sl
TaxableStatus'1 item registration
(UnitedStatesand
or shift operation
Ganada)
T/S2
Taxable
Status2 itemregistration
(UnitedStatesand
or shittoperation
Canada)
T/S3
Taxable
Status3 itemregistration
or shiltoperation,
foodstampitem
registration
or shiftoperation
(UnitedStatesand Canada)
Tax 1
TaxableStatus1 item registration
or shift operation(OtherAfeas)
fax 2
TaxableStatus2 item registration
(O'therAreas)
or shitt operation
Tax3
TaxableStatus3 item registration
(OtherAreas)
or shift operation
TOTAL
Subtotalor total
CHANGE
Change
amountdue
All information on the operatordisplay (exceptfor transactionindicators)
also appearson the rotary customerdisplay.
74 Printer
The following functions can be prograrnmed for receipt, journal and
validation printing.
e
o
.
o
o
o
Subtotal line printed for tender operation
Feed one line between stamp or message and headlines
Skip item line printing (journal)
Receipt message printing instead of stamp printing
Commercial message printing
Suppression of consecutive numbel, time, date (on journal), taxable
symbol, number of sales, and taxable amount when using the tax table
Program
. Figure partitions and decimal points
o Validation amount
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Journal
The journal contains records of all registration, read, reset and program data.
It is wound on a take-up reel as a perrnanent record, and registration items
can be skipped (through programming) to conserve journal paper.
Printing of "CLEAR" can be programmed when the Clear key is operated in
the Reg 1, Reg 2 and RF Modes. The number of Clear key operations can
also be programmed for printing on the Fixed Totalizer and Clerk
Accountability Read/Reset Reports.
Receipts
A receipt is issued at the end of each transaction when the receipt switch is
set to ON. Reports are issued on receipt paper during read and reset
operations.
U.S.and Canada
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Switch
Use the receipt ON/OFF switch in Reg 1, Reg 2 and RF Modes to control
issuance of receipts. In other modes, receipts or reports are printed,
regardless of the receipt switch setting. Receipt issuance can be controlled by
programming regardless of the oN/op'r sefting of the receipt control switch.
A post-finalization receipt can still be issued when the ON/OFF switch
set to OFF. The cash register can also be programmed to issue a
post-finalization receipt even when the ON/OFF switch is set to ON.
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Getpral Guide
Post-Finalization
Receipts
A post-finalization receipt is a receipt that is issued after finalization of the
registration. If you are using the cash register with the receipt ON/OFF
switch set to OFF and the customer demands a receipt after the registration
is finalized, you can issue a post-finalization receipt by pressing the Receipt
key. Up to nine post-finalization receipts can be issued in accordance with
programming. You can program the cash register to issue one of two types
of post-finalization receipts.
o Post-finalization receipt with headlines and total amount only
o Post-finalization receipt with headlines and detailed items
TotalAmountOnly
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Post-finalization receipts cannot be issued for registration finalized using the
Received On Account , Paid Out, Non-Sale, Loan, Pick Up, or Non-Add
Non-Sale key, or for rcgistrations using the Cancel key. Post-finalization
receipts can, however, be issued for transactions in which you have input a
reference number using the Non-Add Non-Sale key.
Validation
Perform validation for item, subtotal, or total amounts by inserting a slip
into the validation slot. You can print up to four copies per validation slip.
9trFiARGE
Date
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Manual
Item Validation
You can perform validation printing for the following operations by pressing
the Validation key after the operation is performed. You will be able to
continue registration for the current transaction following validation printing'
Departrnent, Long PLU, Short PLU, Plus , Minus, Discount, Premium,
Refund, Bottle Return, Deposit, Rate-Tax, Manual Thx, Previous balance,
Coupon, Tip, Error Correct, Void, partial tender using Cash Amount
Tendered, Charge, Credit, Food stamp Tender, EBT Tender or check Tender
k"y
Subtotal Validation
You can perfonn vatdation printing during a transaction by pressing the
Validation key after pressing the Subtotal key, Previous Balance Subtotal key,
Selective Item Subtotal key or Merchandise Subtotal key. You will be able to
continue registration for the current transaction following validation printing.
Total Amount
Validation
You can perform validation printing for the total amount following Received
On Account or Paid Out registration, a check cashing operation or Cash
Amount Tendered, Charge, Check Tender, Food Stamp Tender, EBT Tender'
or Credit key finalization by pressing the Validation key after finalization.
The descriptors and amounts indicated in the chart shown below are printed
on the validation slip for total validation at finalization or during partial
tender.
ValldatlonSllp Programmlng'
Prlnl sublolal amounton vslldatlon
sliP
Prlnt tenderedamounlon valldation
sliP
Descrlptol
Amount
Descriptor
Amount
Withoulamounttendered
Finalize
key
Sublotal
key
Finalize
Sublotal
Tender
Finalize
key
Subtotal
key
Finalize
Tenderamount
Partialtender
Finalizekey
Tenderamount
Finalize
key
Tenderamounl
Wilhoutamounltendered
followingpartialtender
key
Finalize
Subtotallollowing
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Finalizekey
Subtotallollowing
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l0ndor
key
Finalize
Sublolalfollowing
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Finalize
key
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Papef Feed KeyS
Use the Receipt Feed key to feed recerPtPaPerwhen loading a new roll.
Use the Journal Feed key to feed journal PaPer when loading a new roll or
when checking records.
Printer Key
The printer key locks and unlocks the printer cover.
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General.Gulde
Caring for the
Printer
Printing of dates, unit prices, and amounts is performed using the printer
ink ribbon cassette.A stamp pad is used for printing of the store name, etc.
Printing can be kept clear by replacing the ink ribbon cassettewhen
necessary and by adding one or two drops of ink to the stamp pad. Open
the printer cover using the printer cover key, and proceed as noted below
Stamp lnk
Replenishment
1. Tear the receipt PaPer between the paper roll and paper inlet.
2. Remove stamp pad from its holder by lifting at the tab.
3. Feed one or two drops of ink into the holes on the back of the stamp
pad (Fig. 7-1)
Be sure to use only CASIO SUPER INK K. Chemical reaction caused by
using other types of ink can damage the stamp pad.
4. Replace the stamp pad in its holder
5. Feed the paper through the printer.
Fig 7-1.
Replacingthe Ink
Ribbon Cassette
Fig 7-2
1. Remove printer sub-cover.
2. Remove used ink ribbon cassettefrom its holder by pulling toward the
keyboard (Fig. 7-3).
3. Position the new ink ribbon cassette so that its projections are aligned
with the holes of the base plate and press toward the printer until it
locks.
Use only ERC-32C ribbon cassettes.Ottrer types of cassettescan damage
the printer.
4. Tighten the ink ribbon by turning knob on the cassette two or three
turns.
Fig 7-3.
o Never attempt to replenish the ribbon using stamp ink. Doing so can
damage the printer.
o After completing these procedures, replace the receipt paper.
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7-5 Cash Drawer
The cash drawer opens automatically when a normal transaction is finalized,
or when the Non-Sale Key or Non-Add Non-Sale key is pressed. The cash
drawer key locks and unlocks the cash draweq, but you should empty the
cash drawer at the end of each business day.
When you are using a compulsory drawer, you can program a Drawer Open
Alarm function to sound an alarm if the drawer is left open. The Drawer
Open Alarm continues to sound and you will not be able to perform any
operation until the drawer is shut (Reg 1, Reg 2, RF Modes).
Connectingthe
drawer
The cash register and drawer are packed separately.
1. Connect drawer connector (two-color lead on drawer) to the cash register.
2. Connect frame drawer connector (green lead on drawer) to the cash
register.
3. Mount the cash register on top of the drawer, ensuring that the feet on
the bottom of the cash register go into the holes on the drawer.
When you are using the compulsory drawer, any operation other than those
listed below results in an error if the drawer is open. This is true in Reg 1,
Reg 2 and RF Modes.
.
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operation
operation
operation
operation (Release operation only)
operation (Release operation only)
operation
The register can also be programmed to prohibit numeric input if the
drawer is open.
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I
srip Printer
The cash register can be connected to an optional SP-1100 Slip Printer for
printing of guest checks, check endorsements, etc.
8-1 SP-1100Slip Printer (Option)
The SP-1100is a low-noise, 32-character-per-linedot matrix slip printer. Its
compact design requires very little space. Print speed is 2.1 lines per second,
and an original plus a maximum of two copies can be obtained using
carbonless paper.
The SP-1100features an automatic feed function and automatic back feed
function. Total amount validations and endorsements for personal checks can
also be printed using the SP-1100.
Programmability
The following functions can be prograrnmed for slip printing.
. Stp buffer memory capacity (number of units reserved by memory
allocation
. Slip buffer memory check
o Automatic back feed following slip alternate printing or slip batch
printing
o Automatic back feed following slip validation printing
o Automatic back feed following check endorsement printing
o Alternate printing or batch printing for slip printing
. Slip print operation compulsory
. Slip paper set into slip printer compulsory before beginning registration
o Number of lines for slip automatic feed function
r Automatic line find .for check tracking system
o Item consolidation
. PLU group consolidation
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GUeSt GheCkS
Registration details (details printed on journal) can also be printed on a
guest check.
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Up to four lines of 21 characters per line can be preset for printing on the
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Validation
If slip paper is inserted in the slip printer, printing of total amount
validation will be performed by the slip printer only. Validation printing will
not be performed on a slip inserted in the validation dot of the register if a
slip is in the printer. Also note that item validation printing and subtotal
validation printing cannot be performed using the slip printer.
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Troubleshooting
Check these items if the cash register does not work properly.
. Is the power cord plugged in correctly?
o Is the wall outlet in good condition?
o Is the Mode Switch in the correct position?
. Has the position of the Mode Switch been changed during registration?
Setting the Mode Switch to KF or PROGRAM while registration is in progress
will causean error alarm to sound. Return to the prnious modeand press the
Cash Amount Tenderedkey to finalize the original transactionbeforechnnging
the Moile Switch setting.
o Did you perform compulsory operation?
. Review the procedures shown in this manual to ensure proper
operation.
o Contact your dealer if you continue to have trouble.
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10
Error Messages
Error messagesappear on the display whenever a problem occurs.
Errortessages
lleaning
Actlgn
PASSWORD
Operation
withoutinputlingPROGRAM,
X1, ot X2lZ2node
secrelcode(PASSWORD)
lnputsecretcodo(PASSWORD,
ERRCLK#
Registration
rvithoutinputtingclerksecretnumber
InDUI
secrelnumber
START
Incorrect
initialization
or unitlockclearoperation.
Performinitialization
or unit lock clearoperation
again.
ERR MODE
ModeSwilchpositionchangedbeforefinalization.
ReturnModeSwitchto originalseilingand linalizeoperalion.
ERRCLERK
Clerkbuttonpressedbeforefinalization
of a registration
being Pressthe original
clerkbuttonandlinalizethe registration
performed
underanotherclerkbutton.
beforepressinganotherclerkbutton.
RECEIPTSW
ReceiptON/OFFbuttonsettingchangedbelorefinalization
underanother
setting.
ReturnreceiptON/OFF
switchto its originalsettingand
finalizeregistration.
ERRCUST
Registration
wilhoutinputting
number
of customers.'
Inoutnumber
of customers.
ERRTAX
Finalization
of a transaction
attempted
withoutregistration
ol
the tax.'
Register
the tax.
ERRST
Registration
withoutconfirmation
of subtotal.'
Presslhe Subtolalkev.
ERRFSST
FoodStampTenderkey pressedwithoutfirst pressingFood
StamoStatus.
Presslhe FoodStamoStatuskey.
RF MODE
Twoconsecutive
transactions
attemoted
in refundmode.'
Switchto anothermodeand then backto RF modefor the
nexltransaction.
ERRTABLE#
Attemplmadeto register
an ilemwithoutinputting
a table
number.'
Inputa lablenumber.
VALIDATION
Validation
not oerformed.'
Performvalidation
ooeralion.
DECLARE
Read/resei
ooeralionwithoutdeclaration
of monevin drawer.'
Performmoneydeclaration.
ERRCHECK#
Attemptmadeto regisleran itemwithoutinputtinga check
number.'
Inouta checknumber.
GUESTRCT
Attemptmadeto finalizea transaction
withoutissuinga guest Inputa checknumber.
receiot.'
MEMORYFULL
Checkirackingmemory
full.
Finalize
andclosethe checknumber
cunentlybeingused.
DRAWER
Registration
whilecashregister
draweris open.
(whenoptionalcompulsory
Shutdrawerbeloreregistration
drarveris used).
CHANGEOVER
presetlimit.'
Change
amountexceeds
Re-inDUt
amounttendered.
INDWOVER
Conlentsol drawerexceedprogrammed
limit (sentinel
function).'
Arrangeto haveconlentsof drawerpickedup by
managemenl.
OCCUPIED
Atlemptmadeto use lhe NewCheckkey to opena new
checkusinga number
that is alreadyusedfor an existing
checkin checklrackingmemory.
Finalize
andcloselhe checkthat is currently
underlhe
number
lhat you wantto use or use a diflerent
check
num0er.
SLIP
Slipprinting
not performed.'
Perform
slip printing
operation.
NOT FOUND
Attemptmadeto use the Old Checkkey to reopena new
Usethe correctchecknumber(if you wantto reopena check
checkusinga number
that is not usedfor an existing
check thatalreadyexistsin checktracking
memory)
or usethe New
in checktracking
memory.
Checkkey to opena newcheck.
MIN.STOCK
Actualslockquantity
lessthanor equalto minimum
slock
quanlity.'
Perlormstockmaintenance.
.srocK
Negative
valuelor aclualstockquantity.'
Perlorm
stockmaintenance.
CHK ENDORSE
printingnot performed.'
Checkendorsement
printing
Perform
checkendorsement
operation.
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Enorlessager
Acllon
f,eanlng
TENDER
withoutinputlingamount
Finalizeoperation
attempted
tendered.'
lnoutamounltendersd.
MEMORYOVER
Memoryallocation
exceedstotal cash registerRAMcapacity.
RAMcapacily.
withoutexceeding
Reallocate
HOLD
Cle* changedwithoutpressingNew Balancekey duringclerk
inlerruol.
PressNewBalancekey belorechangingclerk.
'
1qt
These errors only occur when certain functionsare programmedas compulsoryor prohibited.
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MemoryProtectionBattery
Tbtalized sales and other items are protected during power failures by a
built-in memory protection battery. If the power goes out during a read or
reset operation, data can be reprinted from the beginning by pressing the
Cash Amount Tiendered key when power is restored. The memory
protection battery is constantly charging and discharglng as you switch
lhe cash register on and off during normal operations. This causes battery
capacity to decrease after approximately two years of use.
weak battery can result in the loss of oaluabletransactiondata.
Remember...a
A tabel on the right side of the cash register shows the normnl service period of the
battery installed in you cash register.Haae the battery rcplacedby your dealer
within the period noted on this label.
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Options
The options can be used for additional efficiency.
Item
RAMchips'
llodel
RAM-410
RAM.42O
o For memoryexpansion
o 32 Kbytes
, RAM-530
o For memoryexpansion
r 128 Kbytes
Slip printer
sP-1100
o
.
.
r
.
Dot malrixorinter
32 characlers/line,
2.1lps
Compactdesign
Low-noise
Backfeedfunction
Interfaceboard
l/o-PB-9
r
.
.
.
For In-linesystem
For On-linesystem
For eleclronicscaleconnection
For centronics
orinterconnection
Porverprotection B-6
battery
'
Speclflcatlons
o For operation
duringpowerfailures
Wetoroolcover
WT.64
.
Programloader
DF-2
a
Connector
cable
lor DF-Z
PRL.CB-1'
o For connecting
the cashregislerto a DF-2DataRecorder
Connector
cable
lor electronic
scale
scL-cB-10
.
Connector
cable
for Centronics
printer
PRT-C8.4-
e For connecting
printer
the cashregisterto a Centronics
Protectskeyboard
For savingprogramdataonto a tloppydisk
For loadingprogramdata io cashregisler
For connecting
the cashregisterto an eleclronicscale
For connection,be sure to use only the cables specifiedfor these options.
Note
Applicabilityof options differs accordingto region (country).
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Specifications
Keyboard
10-key
(2-keyrollover)
system;
8-keybuffermemory
Display
(operator
Digitron
display/rotary
customer
display)
1O'digit
(zerosuppression);
numeric
display
number
of repeats;
transaction
indicator
ReceiptPrinter
21-column
dot matrixalphanumeric
system
Receiot
on/offswitch
20 (H)x 30 (W)mmstampprinted
automatically
JournalPrinter
21-column
dot matrixalphanumeric
system
Automatic
takeup rollwinding
Validation
Printer
42 digits;oneline;130mm(minimum)
wideslip
PaperRoll
45 (W)x 83 (dia.)mm
PaperFeed
Separate
for receipts
andjournal
PrintSpeed
2.8lines/second
MemoryProtection
Battery 24-hour
full chargeprotects
memory
for approximately
30 days.Battery
shouldbe
replaced
everytwo years.
PowerSupply/Consumption
Seethe ratingplateon the rightsideof the cashregister.
Operating
Temperature 0"Cto 40'C (32.Fto 104.F)
Humidity
10 to 90%
Dimensions/uVeight
366(H)x a58(D)x a10(W)mm/13.8
kg withDL-2338
drawer
378(H)x aft (D)x a60$) mm/17.1kg withDL-3610
drawer
359.6(H) x affi (D) x a00 fl) mm/13 kg withDt-2737drawer
378(H)x 473(D)x a60$) mm/16.9kg withDL-3611
drawer
359.6(H)x affi p) x a00(W)mm 113.2
kg withotherdrawer
GUIDELINES
LAIDDOWN
BY FCCRULES
FORUSEOFTHEUNITIN
(Notapplicable
THEU.S.A.
to otherareas)
WARNING:
Thisequipment
hasbeentestedandfoundto comply
withthe
limihfor a ClassA digitaldevice,
pursuanl
to Part15 of the FCCRules.
Theselimitsare designed
protection
to providereasonable
againstharmful
interference
whenthe equipment
is operated
in a commercial
environment.
generates,
Thisequipment
uses,andcanradiateradiofrequency
energyand,
il not installed
andusedin accordance
withthe instruction
manual,
mav
causeharmful
interference
to radiocommunications.
Operation
of this
equiprnent
in a residential
areais likelyto causeharmful
interference
in
whrchcasethe userwill be required
to conectthe interference
at his own
expense.
Thisequipment
complies
withthe requirements
in CISPRPublication
14.
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