Casio CE-4700 Instruction manual

ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER
CE-2400
OPERATOR'S INSTRUCTION MANUAL
TOTAL
CHANGE
CI
AMOUNT
2¢00
Introduction
Welcome to the CASIO CE-2400!
Congratulations upon your selection of a CASIO Electronic Cash Register, which is designed to
provide years of reliable operation.
Operation of a CASIO cash register is simple enough to be mastered without special training.
Everything you need to know is included in this manual, so keep it on hand for reference. Consult
your CASIO dealer if you have any questions about points not specifically covered in this manual.
CASIO AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER
If your Casio product needs repair, or you wish to purchase
replacement parts, please call 1-800-YO-CASIO for the authorized service center nearest your home.
If for any reason this product is to be returned to the store where
purchased, it must be packed in the original carton/package.
If you need programming assistance, please call 1-800-638-9228.
Thank you.
GUIDELINE LAID DOWN BY FCC RULES FOR USE OF THE UNIT IN THE U.S.A.
(Not applicable to other areas)
WARNING: This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause interference to radio communications. It has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
A computing device pursuant to Subpart J of Part 15 of the FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such
interference when operated in a commercial environment.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference in which case the user at his own expense will be required
to take whatever measures may be required to correct the interference.
The mains plug on this equipment must be used to disconnect mains power.
Please ensure that the socket outlet is installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
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Important!
Before you do anything, be sure to note the following important precautions!
Do not locate the cash register where it will be
subjected to direct sunlight, very high humidity,
splashing with water or other liquids, or high temperature (such as near a heater).
Be sure to check the sticker on the side of the cash
register to make sure that its voltage matches that of
the power supply in your area.
Never operate the cash register while your hands
are wet.
Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the exterior of the cash
register. Never use benzine, thinner, or any other
volatile agent.
Never try to open the cash register or attempt your
own repairs. Take the cash register to your authorized CASIO dealer for repairs.
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Contents
Introduction
Welcome to the CASIO CE-2400 ...................................................... 2
Getting Started
Getting Started .................................................................................. 6
Introducing CE-2400
General guide .................................................................................... 9
Displays .............................................................................................................. 11
Keyboard ............................................................................................................. 12
Batteries and Roll Paper
Installing memory backup batteries ................................................. 14
To load memory protection batteries .................................................................. 14
Installing roll paper .......................................................................... 16
To load paper for printing of journal .................................................................... 16
To load paper for printing of receipts .................................................................. 17
Basic Setups and Operations
Setting a machine number ............................................................... 18
Setting the time ................................................................................ 19
Setting the date ............................................................................... 19
Displaying the time and date ........................................................... 20
Programming automatic tax calculation ........................................... 21
To program Tax Tables ....................................................................................... 21
How to use your cash register ......................................................... 26
How to read the receipts and the journal ......................................... 27
Preparing and using department keys ............................................. 28
Programming department keys ........................................................................... 28
Registering department keys .............................................................................. 30
Registering PLUs ............................................................................. 33
Programming PLUs ............................................................................................. 33
Registering PLUs and sub-departments ............................................................. 35
Registering premiums and discounts .............................................. 39
Programming premiums and discounts .............................................................. 39
Registering premiums and discounts .................................................................. 40
Registering reductions ..................................................................... 42
Programming for reductions ................................................................................ 42
Registering reductions ........................................................................................ 43
Calculating the merchandise subtotal .............................................. 44
Shifting the taxable status of an item ............................................... 45
Registering charge and check payments ........................................ 46
Registering returned goods in the REG mode ................................. 48
Registering returned goods in the RF mode .................................... 49
Registering money received on account ......................................... 50
Registering money paid out ............................................................. 50
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Making corrections in a registration ................................................. 51
No sale registration .......................................................................... 53
More Setups and Operations
Clerk control function ....................................................................... 54
Post-finalization receipt issuance .................................................... 54
General printing control ................................................................... 54
Programming multiple clerks, post-finalization receipt issuance,
and general printing control ............................................................................... 54
Single-item-sales for departments and PLUs .................................. 58
Programming single-item-sale status to departments and PLUs ........................ 58
Registering single-item-sale items ...................................................................... 60
Registering manually entered tax amounts ..................................... 61
Programming for manually input tax registration ................................................ 61
Registering manual tax ....................................................................................... 61
Programming tax printing and other features .................................. 62
Programming currency exchange .................................................... 63
Calculator functions ......................................................................... 66
Programming calculator features ..................................................... 67
Reports
Printing the cash register's program ................................................ 68
Printing READ reports ..................................................................... 68
Printing RESET reports ................................................................... 71
Report samples ............................................................................... 74
Troubleshooting
When an error occurs ...................................................................... 78
When the register does not operate at all ........................................ 79
In case of power failure ................................................................... 80
About the low battery power indicator ............................................. 80
User Maintenance and Options
To replenish stamp ink .................................................................... 81
To replace the ink roll ...................................................................... 81
To replace journal paper .................................................................. 82
To replace receipt paper .................................................................. 83
Options ............................................................................................ 83
Specifications
CE-2400 Specifications ................................................................... 84
Index
Index ................................................................................................ 85
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Getting Started
This section outlines how to unpack the cash register and get it ready to operate. You should read this part of the manual
even if you have used a cash register before. The following is the basic set up procedure, along with page references
where you should look for more details.
Operator's
Instruction
Manual
1
2
3
Remove the cash register from its
box, making sure that all of the parts
and accessories are included.
Remove the tape holding parts of the cash register in place. Also remove the small plastic bag
taped to the printer cover. Inside you will find
the mode keys.
Install the three memory backup batteries
(page 14).
Important!
These batteries protect the information stored in your cash register's memory when there is a power
failure or when you unplug the cash register. Be sure to install these batteries.
6
4
5
Plug the cash register into a wall outlet. Be sure to
check the sticker on the side of the cash register to make
sure that its voltage matches that of the power supply
in your area.
The printer will operate for a few seconds.
Insert the mode key marked "OW" into the
Mode Switch.
X
REG
OFF
RF
6
Turn the mode key to the "REG" position.
The display should change to the following.
X
REG
OFF
RF
7
Z
O
W
A-
A0
8
Z
Getting Started
7
Install receipt and journal paper (page 16, 17).
Important!
Never operate the cash register without paper. Doing so can damage the printer.
8
9
Calendar
Set today's date and the current time (page 19).
10
Set the tax calculation programs (page 21).
Important!
When you purchase this cash register, it is not programmed to perform any tax calculation. You must
perform the procedure on page 21 to tell the cash register what kind of tax calculation it should use.
10
Set up the cash register for any other operations you want to perform using the
procedures starting from page 26.
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Introducing CE-2400
This part of the manual introduces you to the cash register and provides a general explanation of its various parts.
General guide
Take-up reel
Printer
Pop-up display
TOTAL
123456
78
CHANGE
Main display
Battery compartment
AMOUNT
Mode switch
TOTAL
12345678
Roll paper
CHANGE
Stamp
Receipt ON/OFF switch
Printer ink roll
Keyboard
Printer cover
Drawer
Drawer lock
Battery compartment
Receipt switch
Holds memory backup batteries (page 14, 15).
When you are using the printer for receipt
ON
printer, you can use this switch (in the OFF
REG and RF modes only) to turn the
printer on and off. If a customer asks for a
RECEIPT
receipt while receipt printing is turned off
by this switch, you can issue a post-finalization receipt (page
57).
Roll paper
You can use the roll paper to print receipts and a journal
(page 16, 17).
Stamp
The stamp is printed automatically at the top of each receipt
(page 27).
Printer ink roll
Provides ink for printing of registration details on the roll paper
(page 81).
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Introducing CE-2400
Owner key
A-A08
OP
OW
There are two types of mode keys: the owner key (marked “OW”)
and the operator key (marked “OP”). Two of each type of key
comes packed with the cash register. The owner key can be used
to set the mode switch to any position, while the operator key can
select the REG and OFF positions only.
A-A08
Mode key
Operator key
Mode switch
Use the mode keys to change the position of the mode switch and select the mode you want to use.
X
REG
Mode Switch
Mode Name
Description
Z
RESET/PROGRAM
Reads sales data in memory and clears the
data. This mode is also used for certain
programming.
X
READ/PROGRAM
Reads sales data in memory without
clearing the data. This mode is also used
for certain programming.
REG
REGISTER
Use this mode for normal registration.
OFF
POWER OFF
Cash register power switched off.
REFUND
Use this mode to register refund transactions.
Z
OFF
RF
RF
Drawer
The drawer opens automatically whenever you finalize a registration and when you issue a daily sales READ/RESET report, a
financial report or a periodic sales READ/RESET report. The drawer will not open if it is locked with the drawer key.
Drawer lock
Use the drawer key to lock and unlock the drawer.
When the cash drawer does not open!
In case of power failure or the machine is in malfunction, the cash drawer does not open automatically. Even in these cases,
you can open the cash drawer by pulling drawer release lever (see below).
Important!
The drawer will not open, if it is locked with a drawer lock key.
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Displays
Main Display
2
1
3
AMOUNT
AMOUNT
PLU
PLU
TOTAL
TOTAL
CHANGE
CHANGE
RPT
RPT
DEPT
DEPT
4
5
AMOUNT
AMOUNT
PLU
PLU
TOTAL
TOTAL
CHANGE
CHANGE
RPT
RPT
DEPT
DEPT
Pop-Up Display
2
1
3
TOTAL
TOTAL
CHANGE
CHANGE
4
5
TOTAL
TOTAL
CHANGE
CHANGE
1 Amount/Quantity
This part of the display shows monetary amounts (total and change amount due). It also can be used to show the current date
and time (page 20).
2 Department Number
When you press a department key to register a unit price, the corresponding department number (01 through 40) appears here.
When you perform a repeat registration (page 31) with the department , the display automatically changes to show the number
of repeats.
3 Number of Repeats
Anytime you perform a repeat registration (page 31, 35, 36), the number of repeats appears here. Note that only one digit is
displayed for the number of repeats. This means that a “5” could mean 5, 15, or even 25 repeats.
4 PLU (Sub-department) Number
When you input a PLU (sub-department) number to register a unit price, the corresponding PLU (sub-department) number
appears here. When you perform a repeat registration (page 35, 36) with the PLU (sub-department), the display automatically
changes to show the number of repeats.
5 Total/Change Indicators
These indicators tell you whether the value on the display represents the total or the change amount due. When the TOTAL
indicator (upper segment) is lit, the displayed value shown is a monetary total or subtotal amount. When the CHANGE indicator
(lower segment) is lit, the displayed value is the change amount due.
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Introducing CE-2400
Keyboard
12
11
C
15
13
OPEN
24
26
6
32
12
38
18
40
20
25
5
31
11
37
17
39
19
NS
24
÷4
30
10
36
16
PRICE
23
×3
29
9
35
15
PLU/
S.DEPT
22
-2
28
8
34
14
ERR.CORR
CANCEL
21
+1
27
7
33
13
C/AC
1
X/FOR
DATE
TIME
CLK #
23
2
RECEIPT
FEED
JOURNAL
FEED
4
3
RECEIPT/
EXCHG
5
14
25
#
16
7
–
9
PO
T/S1
T/S2
19
CH
CHK
21
SUB
TOTAL
MD
ST
22
10
RF
17
20
8
CAL
MODE
RA
18
6
%
DEPT
SHIFT
=
CA AMT
TEND
• Register Mode
6 Price key
1 Receipt Feed key
Use this key to input unit prices for sub-department registration.
Hold this key down to feed receipt from the printer.
2 Journal Feed key
7 Minus key
Hold this key down to feed journal from the printer.
Use this key to input values for subtraction.
3 Receipt/Currency Exchange key
8 PLU/Sub-department key
Receipt key: Press this key to produce a post-finalization
receipt (page 57).
Currency Exchange key: Use this key for calculating
subtotal amounts or paying amount due in foreign currency
(page 63).
Use this key to input PLU (sub-department) numbers.
9 Refund key
Use this key to input refund amounts and to void certain
entries.
4 Non-Add/No Sale key
0 Error Correct/Cancel key
Non-Add key: Press this key after numeric entry, the number
is treated as a reference number. The number is printed on
receipt/journal to identify a personal check, credit card, etc.
for certain transactions.
No Sale key: After issuing a receipt press this key to open the
drawer without registering anything.
Use this key to correct registration errors and to cancel
registration of an entire transaction.
A Clear key
Use this key to clear an entry that has not yet been registered.
Pressing this key also stops the error tone.
5 Percent key/Manual Tax key
B Multiplication/For/Date/Time key
It is necessary to select one of these functions (page 61).
Percent key: Use this key to register premiums or discounts.
Manual Tax key: Use this key to register manually entered
tax amounts.
Use this key to input a quantity for a multiplication operation
and registration of split sales of packaged items.
Between transactions, this key displays the current time and
date.
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C Open/Clerk Number key
N Department Shift key
Open key: Press this key to temporarily release a limitation
on the number of digits that can be input for a unit price. This
function is available only on registers that are not using the
clerk control function. (page 54)
Clerk Number key: Use this key to sign clerk on and off the
register. This function is available only on registers that are
using the clerk control function. (page 54)
Press this key to shift the department key number from
1 through 20 to 21 through 40 as follows:
D 10-key pad
Use these keys to input numbers.
E Department keys
Use these keys to register items to departments.
F Received on Account/Taxable Status Shift 1 key
Received on Account key: Press this key following a
numeric entry to register money received for non-sale
transactions.
Taxable Status Shift 1 key: Press this key without a numeric
entry to change the Taxable 1 status of the next item.
G Paid Out/Taxable Status Shift 2 key
Paid Out key: Press this key following a numeric entry to
register money paid out from the drawer.
Taxable Status Shift 2 key: Press this key without a numeric
entry to change the Taxable 2 status of the next item.
¡ → Dept. 1
d¡ → Dept. 21
™ → Dept. 2
d™ → Dept. 22
£ → Dept. 3
:
:
∞ → Dept. 20
d£ → Dept. 23
:
:
d ∞ → Dept. 40
• Calculator Mode
4 Drawer open key
5 Percent key
8 Memory Recall key
A Clear/All Clear key
D 10-key pad
L Equal key
M Calculator Mode key
O Arithmetic operation keys
H Charge key
Use this key to register a charge sale.
I Check key
Use this key to register a check tender.
J Subtotal key
Press this key to display and print the current subtotal
(which also includes the add-on tax amount).
K Merchandise Subtotal key
Press this key to display and print the current subtotal of
item prices only (which does not include the add-on tax
amount).
L Cash Amount Tendered key
Press this key to register a cash sale.
M Calculator Mode key
This key is used for changing REG ↔ CAL mode.
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Batteries and Roll Paper
This part of the manual tells you how to load the memory backup batteries and how to install the roll paper for printing
of receipts or the journal.
Installing memory backup batteries
This cash register uses electronic memory, which means that your settings and sales data is safe as long as electrical
power is supplied. Three SUM-3 (UM-3) batteries are required to protect memory contents in case of power failure and
when you unplug the cash register.
Note!
• The normal life of a set of batteries is about one year.
• If you do not have fresh batteries installed when electrical power through the plug is interrupted, settings and
sales data will be lost.
To load memory protection batteries
Battery compartment
1
3
Remove the printer cover.
2
Remove the battery compartment cover. Pressing in on the
tab on the left side of the battery compartment cover, lift it
straight up.
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Note the (+) and (–) markings in the battery compartment. Load a set of three
new SUM-3 (UM-3) batteries so that their positive (+)
and negative (–) ends are
facing as indicated by the
markings.
Important!
Incorrectly using batteries can cause them to burst or leak, possibly damaging the interior of the cash
register. Note the following precautions.
✓ Be sure that the positive (+) and negative (–) ends of the batteries are facing as marked in the
battery compartment when you load them into the unit.
✓ Never mix batteries of different types.
✓ Never mix old batteries with new ones.
✓ Never leave dead batteries in the battery compartment.
✓ Remove the batteries if you do not plan to use the cash register for long periods.
✓ Replace the batteries at least once every two years, no matter how much the cash register is used
during that period.
WARNING!
• Never try to recharge the batteries supplied with the unit.
• Do not expose batteries to direct heat, let them become shorted, or try to take them apart.
• Keep batteries out of the reach of small children. If your child should swallow a battery,
consult a physician immediately.
4
5
Replace the battery compartment cover.
Replace the printer cover.
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Batteries and Roll Paper
Installing roll paper
You can use roll paper (45mm wide) for printing of receipts and a journal.
Journal Printing
The journal is a record for your record keeping only. It shows details for all transactions.
Receipt Printing
Receipts also show details for each transaction for the customers' records.
When a receipt is printed, tear it off and give it to the customer.
Important!
Be sure to use only roll paper recommended by CASIO. Other paper can damage the printer.
To load paper for printing of journal
3
Cut off the leading end of the
paper so it is even.
Stamp
Printer
1
X
REG
4
Z
Ensuring the paper is being fed
from the bottom of the roll,
lower the roll into the space
behind the printer.
Use a mode key to set the mode
switch to the REG position.
OFF
RF
5
2
Remove the printer cover.
Pass the paper over the black
roller, and insert the end of it
into the printer inlet.
16
6
Press the F key until about
20 or 30 cm of paper is fed from
the printer.
7
Slide the leading end of the
paper into the groove on the
spindle of the take-up reel and
wind it onto the reel two or
three turns.
8
Place the take-up reel into place
behind the printer, above the
roll paper.
9
Press the F key to take up
any slack in the paper.
To load paper for printing of receipts
6
1
Follow steps 1 through 4 under “To load paper for
printing of journal” on the previous page.
5
7
Press the f key until about
20 or 30cm of paper is fed from
the printer.
Replace the printer cover, passing the leading end of the paper
through the cutter slot.
Tear off the excess paper.
Pass the paper over the black
roller, and insert the end of it
into the printer inlet.
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Basic Setups and Operations
This section explains how to set up and use the cash register for basic operation. Your cash register should already be
unpacked and plugged in, with its memory backup batteries (page 14) and roll paper (page 16, 17) loaded.
The set ups and operations described here are generally enough to meet many retail needs.
Important!
Be sure to make a distinction between numeric keys and department keys. The following shows how
these keys are illustrated in this manual.
Numeric keys
Department keys
⁄,¤,‹,—, etc
¡
™
Department 1 or 21
Department 2 or 22
Department 20 or 40
··
··
∞
Note: You must press the d key to specify
the department from 21 to 40.
Setting a machine number
You can set a 2-digit machine number (01 to 99) to identify your machine. The machine number is printed on receipts
or the journal for each transaction.
To set the machine number
OW
No machine No.
A-A08
‚‚
X
Z
REG
OFF
RF
s
Machine No.
‚⁄ to ··
Press a number key
Mode Switch
18
r
s
Setting the time
The correct time is kept even when the cash register is switched off.
A 24-hour clock is used, so a time like 7:00 PM becomes 19:00.
To set the time
Use all four digits
s
OW
A-A08
X
Hour
X
Z
REG
Minute
Example:
OFF
9:05 AM
9:20 PM
¤⁄¤‚
‚·‚fi
RF
Hour
Mode Switch
C
Minute
Hour
Minute
Setting the date
The correct date is kept even when the cash register is switched off.
The cash register automatically adjusts for leap years up to the year 2099.
To set the date
Use all six digits
OW
s
A-A08
X
Year
X
Month
Day
Z
REG
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
Example:
December 1, 1996
·fl⁄¤‚⁄
Year
19
Month
Day
C
Basic Setups and Operations
Displaying the time and date
You can show the time or date on the display of the cash register whenever there is no registration being performed.
To display and clear the time and date
A-A08
REG
OP
Z
X
A-A08
OW
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
OPERATION
DISPLAY
(24-hour system)
X
5 Time display appears.
14-3§
Hour.
Sec.
Min.
(Blinking)
(2:36’ PM)
X
C
5 Switches to the date display.
To switch back to the time display, press X again.
12-01-96
Month
Day
Year
º00
5 Clears the date or time display.
• Operation of all keys (besides C) is impossible while the time or date is displayed.
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Programming automatic tax calculation
Important!
After you program the tax calculations, you also have to individually specify which departments
(page 28) and PLUs (page 34) are to be taxed.
For this cash register to be able to automatically register state sales tax, you must program its tax tables with tax calculation
data from the tax table for your state. There are two tax tables that you can program for automatic calculation of two
separate sales taxes.
State Sales Tax Calculation Data Tables
State sales tax calculation data tables for all of the states that make up the United States are included on the following pages. This
data is current as of October 30, 1994*. Simply find your state in the tables and input the data shown in its table.
*
Some data are revised after Oct. 30, 1994.
Important!
Be sure you use the state sales tax data specifically for your state. Even if your state uses the same tax
rate percentage as another state, inputting the wrong data will result in incorrect tax calculations.
To program Tax Tables
Z
X
OFF
RF
RF
Mode Switch
Mode Switch
STATE SALES TAX
CALCULATION
DATA TABLE
STATE SALES TAX
CALCULATION
DATA TABLE
s
s
COLORADO
ALABAMA
5.25%
6%
0
1
1
8
24
41
58
Z
X
REG
A-A08
A-A08
OFF
Example 2
COLORADO 5.25%
OW
REG
OW
Example 1
ALABAMA 6%
⁄n ¤n
<Tax table 1>
>
>
5.25
5002
<Tax table 2>
‚n
⁄n
>
°n
>¤›n
>›⁄n
>fi°n
n
<Tax table 1>
<Tax table 2>
> fi±¤fin
⁄n
>
⁄n ¤n
> fi‚‚¤n
n
• If you enter a wrong data but have not yet pressed the n
key, press the C key to delete the wrong data.
• If you have already pressed the n key, press the n key
once again to end the programming sequence and then start
again from the beginning.
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Basic Setups and Operations
4%
5%
0
1
1
10
30
54
73
110
TAX TABLES
0
1
1
8
27
45
63
81
99
108
127
345
363
381
408
6%
0
1
1
8
24
41
58
0
1
1
9
20
40
55
70
90
109
7%
6%
(4+1+1)
KENAI
2%
0
1
1
10
20
36
54
70
85
110
HOMER/
SELDOVIA HAINES JUNEAU
3%
4%
4%
8%
0
1
1
7
21
35
49
64
78
92
107
0
1
1
6
18
31
43
56
68
81
93
106
3%
0
1
1
25
75
6
2
29
29
49
69
89
109
109
129
159
159
179
199
219
239
259
259
279
300
4%
5%
0
1
1
12
37
0
1
5
10
27
47
68
89
109
6%
0
1
9
10
22
39
56
73
90
107
125
141
158
6.5%
0
1
7
7
23
38
53
69
84
99
115
130
146
175
191
0
1
1
12
37
KENAI
5%
KENAI,SEWARD
& SOLDOTNA
5%
177
184
218
0
1
6
13
25
46
75
79
118
127
151
0
1
1
09
29
49
69
89
109
ARKANSAS
6.8%
6.7%
0
1
7
7
22
37
52
67
82
97
111
126
141
161
176
192
207
223
238
253
269
284
299
0
1
2
19
37
62
0
1
4
25
34
75
127
155
177
227
0
1
4
34
49
83
116
150
183
216
ARIZONA
6%
145
163
181
208
227
245
263
281
299
308
327
6%
0
1
1
10
29
49
69
89
110
ALASKA
HOMER
5.5%
ALASKA
ALABAMA
A
156
171
186
201
216
231
246
261
276
291
0
1
3
6
21
36
50
65
80
95
109
124
139
153
168
183
198
212
227
242
256
271
286
300
315
330
345
359
374
389
403
418
433
448
452
477
492
506
7%
3%
4%
5%
6%
6.8%
7%
7.5%
0
1
1
7
21
35
49
64
78
92
107
0
1
1
14
44
74
114
0
1
1
12
37
0
1
1
10
20
40
60
80
110
0
1
1
8
24
41
58
0
1
2
6
19
33
46
0
1
1
7
21
35
49
64
78
92
107
0
1
2
6
19
33
46
CALIFORNIA
C
6%
0
1
7
10
22
39
56
73
90
108
124
6.5%
6.25%
141
158
0
1
7
10
21
37
54
70
86
103
119
0
1
7
10
20
35
51
67
83
99
115
7%
6.75%
130
146
161
176
192
207
223
238
253
269
284
0
1
8
10
20
33
47
62
76
91
107
6.75
5002
0
10
20
34
48
64
80
96
111
299
121
135
149
164
178
192
207
221
235
249
264
7.25%
278
292
307
7.25%
7.5%
7.75%
8.25%
7.25
5002
0
1
3
6
19
33
46
59
73
7.75
5002
8.25
5002
117
131
7.25
5002
0
10
20
32
46
60
74
88
103
LOS ANGELES
10%
Parking
8.5%
0
1
1
5
17
29
41
52
64
76
88
99
111
123
135
147
158
170
182
194
205
0
1
11
99
99
99
99
99
99
99
99
99
99
104
114
124
134
144
154
COLORADO
1.5%
2%
2.5%
3%
3.5%
0
1
1
33
99
166
233
0
1
1
24
74
0
1
1
19
59
0
1
3
17
49
83
116
149
183
0
1
2
17
42
71
99
128
157
185
214
242
3.6%
0
1
5
17
41
69
97
124
152
180
208
236
3.85%
4%
0
1
2
16
37
63
0
1
2
17
37
62
264
291
319
347
375
0
1
5
17
33
55
77
99
122
144
166
188
LOVELAND
5%
5.25%
5%
4.5%
211
233
255
277
299
0
1
2
17
29
49
0
1
1
18
18
51
68
84
118
5.5%
5.25
5002
0
1
6
17
27
45
63
81
99
118
136
154
5.6%
0
1
7
16
25
43
61
79
97
115
132
150
172
190
209
227
245
263
281
299
5.75%
0
1
8
17
26
43
60
78
95
113
130
147
168
186
204
222
240
COLORADO
6.45
5002
0
17
D
6.6%
6.5%
0
1
2
17
23
38
53
69
84
99
115
130
146
161
176
192
207
223
6.6
5002
7%
0
1
4
17
21
35
49
64
78
92
107
121
135
149
7.01%
7.1%
7.01
5002
0
17
21
35
49
64
7.1
5002
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
D.C.
5%
0
1
1
10
22
42
82
62
110
D.C.
5.75%
5.75
5002
0
8
D.C.
6%
0
1
1
12
17
35
53
71
89
112
D.C.
6%
0
1
1
8
24
41
58
74
91
108
D.C.
8%
0
1
1
12
16
27
39
50
62
75
90
112
D.C.
9%
0
1
6
6
16
27
38
49
61
72
83
94
105
116
127
138
149
161
6%
6.1%
6.35%
6.4%
0
1
2
17
24
41
58
74
6.1
5002
0
17
6.35
5002
6.4
5002
0
17
CONNECTICUT
5.25%
6.45%
165
182
199
217
7.2%
0
1
2
17
20
34
48
62
76
90
104
118
131
145
159
173
187
201
215
229
243
256
7.25%
7.25
5002
7.5%
7.3%
0
1
3
6
20
34
47
61
75
89
102
116
0
1
3
17
19
33
46
59
73
130
143
157
171
8%
0
1
2
16
27
46
65
84
103
122
141
160
179
0
1
1
6
18
31
43
56
68
81
93
106
198
218
6%
7%
7.5%
8%
0
1
2
8
24
41
58
74
91
108
124
0
1
1
7
21
35
49
64
78
92
107
0
1
3
6
19
33
46
59
73
0
1
1
6
18
31
FLORIDA
F
4%
0
1
5
9
25
50
75
109
125
150
175
209
5%
0
1
1
9
20
40
60
80
109
Combined
5.25%
5.25
5002
6%
6.2%
0
1
1
9
16
33
50
66
83
109
6.2
5002
22
G
PANAMA
CITY
BEACH
6.5%
0
1
1
9
15
30
46
61
76
92
107
123
138
153
169
184
209
7%
0
1
1
9
14
28
42
57
71
85
109
7.5%
0
1
1
9
13
26
40
53
66
80
93
106
120
133
146
160
173
186
209
GEORGIA
3%
4%
5%
6%
0
1
1
10
35
66
110
0
1
1
10
25
50
75
110
0
1
1
10
20
40
60
80
110
0
1
1
10
20
35
50
67
85
110
H
HAWAII
4%
0
1
1
12
37
I
4%
0
1
2
15
27
49
71
93
115
137
160
183
205
5%
6%
0
1
3
12
37
50
75
0
1
1
9
29
0
1
1
8
24
41
58
74
91
108
0
1
1
49
148
0
1
2
11
25
45
227
IOWA
4%
1% 1.25%
5%
4.5%
0
1
2
11
32
57
0
1
1
15
42
72
115
K
3.1%
0
1
1
19
59
99
139
179
0
1
1
16
49
83
116
3.1
5002
0
16
6.15%
KANSAS
6.5%
6.4%
5.9
5002
0
8
0
1
7
8
24
41
58
74
91
108
124
141
158
6.15
5002
0
8
6.4
5002
0
7
0
1
2
24
25
50
5%
0
1
6
12
25
46
67
88
109
129
6.75%
6.5%
0
1
1
7
23
0
1
1
8
24
41
58
3.25%
0
1
1
15
46
76
107
138
169
199
230
261
292
7% 7.5%
0
1
1
6
19
33
46
161
176
192
207
6.75
5002
0
1
1
8
22
36
50
65
79
93
108
4%
4.1%
4.5%
0
1
1
12
37
62
87
112
4.1
5002
0
12
0
1
1
11
33
55
77
99
122
144
166
188
211
0
1
1
7
23
38
53
69
84
99
115
130
146
6.5
5002
0
7
0
1
13
10
32
54
75
97
118
140
162
183
205
3.5%
3.75%
0
1
1
14
42
71
99
128
157
185
323
353
384
415
0
1
1
13
39
66
93
119
146
173
199
226
253
279
306
333
359
386
413
KENTUCKY
9.5%
0
1
1
5
15
26
36
47
57
68
78
89
99
4.625%
0
1
7
99
99
99
99
99
100
120
140
0
1
2
19
20
40
0
1
1
24
74
10%
5%
6%
0
1
1
4
14
24
34
44
54
64
74
84
94
0
1
6
10
25
46
67
88
109
129
0
1
2
8
24
41
58
74
110
121
131
142
152
163
173
184
194
MASSACHUSETTS
Meals Tax
5%
6% 6.25%
5%
7.75%
8.75%
8%
0
1
1
6
18
31
7.75
5002
0
6
8.75
5002
0
5
1%
4%
5%
0
1
1
49
148
0
1
2
15
37
62
0
1
1
9
29
MARION County RESTAURANT
5%
6%
0
1
2
15
37
49
62
87
112
137
0
1
1
9
29
49
49
69
89
109
KANSAS
3%
6%
MARYLAND
2%
0
1
1
39
119
2.5%
5.9%
4%
INDIANA
ILLINOIS
IDAHO
3%
5%
5.25%
0
1
1
9
29
5.25
5002
744 1010
765
785
806
826
846
867
887
908
928
948
969
989
2%
3%
4%
4.5%
5%
6%
6%
4%
6%
6%
0
1
1
9
29
0
1
7
12
31
54
81
108
135
162
187
0
1
2
10
24
41
58
74
91
108
124
0
1
1
8
24
41
58
0
1
2
24
74
124
174
224
0
1
2
16
49
82
116
149
0
1
2
12
37
62
87
112
0
1
1
11
33
55
77
99
122
144
166
188
211
0
1
6
10
27
47
67
87
109
129
0
1
2
8
24
41
58
74
194
212
231
249
268
287
305
324
342
361
379
398
416
0
1
17
7
23
38
53
69
84
99
115
130
146
7.5%
8%
9%
0
1
1
7
21
35
49
64
0
1
2
6
19
33
46
59
0
1
7
4
16
29
42
55
67
80
93
106
0
1
1
5
16
27
38
49
61
72
83
94
105
161
176
192
207
223
238
253
269
284
299
315
330
8.5%
0
1
1
7
21
35
49
64
78
92
107
161
176
192
207
5.65%
5.5%
435
453
472
490
509
0
1
1
9
27
45
63
81
99
118
136
154
172
5.65
5002
0
8
190
209
MAINE
M
5%
6%
7%
0
1
1
10
20
40
60
80
110
0
1
1
9
16
33
50
66
83
109
7
2
0
7
21
35
49
64
78
92
100
MISSISSIPPI
7%
6.5%
0
1
1
7
23
38
53
69
84
99
115
130
146
5.4%
0
1
1
9
27
46
64
83
101
120
138
157
175
7%
MINNESOTA
5%
227
248
270
291
313
335
356
378
399
421
443
479
499
520
540
561
581
602
622
642
663
683
704
724
214
234
255
275
295
316
336
357
377
397
418
438
459
LOUISIANA
L
MICHIGAN
4.9%
0
1
1
10
30
51
71
91
112
132
153
173
193
0
1
1
5
17
29
41
52
64
76
88
99
111
123
135
147
158
170
182
194
205
5%
6%
7%
0
1
6
11
26
47
68
88
109
129
0
1
1
8
24
41
58
74
91
108
0
1
1
7
21
35
49
64
78
92
107
7.25%
0
1
1
6
20
34
48
62
75
89
103
117
131
144
158
172
186
199
213
227
241
255
268
282
296
310
8%
8.5%
0
1
1
5
17
29
41
52
64
76
88
99
111
0
1
1
6
18
31
43
56
68
81
93
106
324
337
351
365
379
393
406
123
135
147
158
170
182
194
205
9%
9.25%
0
1
1
5
16
27
38
49
61
72
83
94
105
9.25
5002
0
5
MISSOURI
4.225%
4.6%
0
1
1
10
32
54
76
97
0
1
1
11
35
59
82
4.625%
0
1
13
10
32
54
75
97
118
140
162
183
205
227
248
270
291
313
335
356
378
399
421
443
4.725%
4.75%
0
1
4
10
31
52
74
95
116
137
158
179
201
0
1
3
10
22
43
65
86
107
128
149
170
0
1
3
10
31
52
72
93
114
135
156
177
6.725%
7.225%
N
6.725
5002
7.225
5002
MISSOURI
6.475%
0
1
13
7
23
38
54
69
84
100
115
131
146
162
177
193
208
223
239
254
270
285
301
316
332
6.55%
0
1
9
7
22
38
53
68
83
99
114
129
145
160
175
190
4.8%
4.975%
0
1
1
10
30
50
70
90
110
130
150
170
190
5.05%
0
1
5
9
19
39
59
79
98
118
138
158
178
211
5.1%
5.225%
0
1
1
9
29
49
68
88
107
5.225
5002
5.6%
0
1
15
8
26
44
62
80
98
115
133
151
169
187
205
223
241
258
276
294
312
330
348
366
383
5.625%
0
1
1
8
26
44
62
79
97
115
133
151
168
5.725%
5.725
5002
6.1%
5.975%
0
1
2
8
25
41
58
75
92
108
125
142
158
392
410
175
192
209
225
242
259
276
292
309
326
342
359
376
0
1
1
8
24
40
57
73
90
6.225%
0
1
2
8
24
40
56
72
88
104
120
136
152
3.5%
4%
0
1
3
16
49
83
116
149
183
0
1
3
14
42
71
99
128
157
185
214
242
271
0
1
2
14
37
62
4.5%
0
1
6
14
33
55
77
99
122
144
166
188
211
233
255
277
299
322
5%
0
1
2
14
29
49
6.425%
0
1
1
7
23
38
54
70
85
101
116
132
147
166
182
198
214
230
246
163
178
194
210
225
241
256
272
287
NEVADA
NEBRASKA
3%
6.3%
0
1
8
7
23
39
55
71
87
103
119
134
150
168
184
200
216
232
248
265
5.5%
0
1
2
14
27
45
63
81
99
118
136
154
172
190
209
227
23
6%
0
1
1
8
24
41
58
6.5%
0
1
1
7
23
38
53
69
84
99
115
130
146
161
176
192
207
3%
0
1
2
14
49
83
116
149
3.5%
0
1
6
14
38
64
88
118
157
185
214
242
271
299
326
357
5.75%
6%
5.75
5002
0
1
2
8
24
41
58
74
6.25%
0
1
2
7
23
39
55
71
87
103
119
135
151
167
183
199
215
6.5%
0
1
1
7
23
38
53
69
84
99
115
130
146
161
176
192
207
6.75%
7%
6.75
5002
0
7
22
37
0
1
1
7
21
35
49
64
78
92
107
Basic Setups and Operations
NEW HAMPSHIRE
N
0
1
8
14
26
39
51
63
75
88
101
115
NEW JERSEY
Rooms & Meals Rooms & Meals
8%
7%
7%
0
1
8
35
35
38
50
62
74
87
100
114
129
143
158
172
186
201
0
1
4
35
35
35
37
50
62
128
142
157
171
185
200
3%
3.5%
6%
0
1
1
17
41
71
117
0
1
1
14
42
71
100
128
157
185
214
0
1
1
10
22
38
56
72
88
110
NEW MEXICO
7%
0
1
8
10
21
35
50
64
78
92
107
121
135
3.75%
150
164
178
192
207
0
1
6
13
40
67
93
120
146
173
200
226
253
4.25%
0
1
1
11
35
58
82
105
129
152
176
199
223
280
306
333
359
NEW MEXICO
4.375%
0
1
4
11
34
57
79
102
125
148
171
194
217
247
270
294
317
341
364
388
411
0
1
4
9
23
40
56
72
88
104
120
136
153
6.1875
5002
0
8
3%
4%
0
1
4
9
35
70
116
149
183
216
0
1
5
9
29
59
84
112
137
4%
5%
5.25%
5.75%
0
1
5
12
33
58
83
112
137
0
1
6
10
27
47
67
87
109
129
5.25
5002
5.75
5002
NORTH CAROLINA
CHROKEE
Reservations
6%
4.5%
5%
0
1
6
9
25
53
75
95
122
144
166
6.5%
188
211
233
255
277
299
322
4.875
5002
5.175
5002
0
1
2
10
24
41
58
74
0
1
6
8
23
48
67
85
109
129
6%
0
1
7
10
22
38
56
72
88
108
124
6.5%
6.25%
0
1
7
10
22
38
54
70
86
103
119
141
158
0
1
1
7
23
38
53
69
84
99
115
7%
6.75%
7%
0
1
3
15
15
28
42
57
71
85
100
123
138
153
169
184
200
215
230
6%
115
128
0
1
11
9
28
47
66
85
104
123
142
161
180
6.75
5002
130
146
161
176
192
207
6%
0
1
2
8
24
41
58
74
91
108
124
3%
4%
4%
5%
0
1
3
15
33
67
100
133
166
200
0
1
5
15
31
51
71
100
125
0
1
2
15
25
50
75
100
125
0
1
2
15
20
40
0
1
3
15
15
28
42
57
71
85
100
115
128
3%
0
1
1
24
74
0
1
1
16
49
83
116
7.75
5002
RHODE ISLAND
6%
0
1
6
9
26
42
57
73
90
106
123
140
150
150
167
184
210
217
234
250
250
2%
0
1
8
10
20
33
47
62
76
91
107
7.25
5002
121
135
149
164
178
192
207
0
1
8
10
18
31
45
58
71
85
99
6%
5.5%
0
1
2
15
19
37
55
73
91
110
128
146
164
6.5%
0
1
2
15
31
47
62
77
93
108
124
139
154
0
1
3
15
17
34
50
67
84
182
200
219
170
185
200
216
231
113
126
139
7%
8%
0
1
2
15
15
29
43
58
72
86
100
115
0
1
3
15
15
25
38
50
63
75
88
100
0
1
5
7
21
35
49
64
78
92
107
121
135
149
164
178
192
207
221
235
249
264
0
1
7
15
46
76
107
138
169
199
230
261
292
323
353
384
415
446
476
507
538
569
599
4%
4.25%
4.5%
5%
5.25%
6%
0
1
1
12
37
4.25
5002
0
1
2
11
33
55
77
99
121
144
0
1
1
9
29
5.25
5002
0
1
1
8
24
41
58
SOUTH CAROLINA
S
7%
3.25%
0
1
10
10
17
29
42
55
67
80
92
0
1
9
10
17
29
42
54
67
79
92
105
119
131
144
8.25
5002
106
118
131
5.575%
5.75%
5.375
5002
5.575
5002
5.75
5002
4.5%
5.5%
0
1
11
10
27
45
63
81
99
119
136
154
172
190
209
227
245
263
281
299
318
336
8.5%
OHIO
5.5%
5%
0
1
2
15
18
36
54
72
90
109
127
0
1
2
15
20
40
146
164
182
200
218
5%
0
1
5
10
25
50
75
112
137
0
1
6
10
20
40
60
80
109
129
6.25%
0
1
1
7
23
MEIGS
Co.
6%
5.75%
6%
5.75
5002
0
1
2
15
17
34
50
67
83
100
117
6.725%
7%
7.25%
7.375%
8%
8.25%
6.725
5002
0
1
6
8
22
37
51
65
79
94
108
122
7.25
5002
7.375
5002
0
6
0
1
1
6
18
31
0
1
1
6
18
30
42
54
66
78
90
103
0
1
2
10
24
41
41
58
74
91
108
124
4%
5%
0
1
1
12
37
0
1
1
10
30
6%
5.5%
0
1
1
10
28
46
64
82
100
118
136
154
172
190
210
0
1
1
9
26
43
60
76
92
109
6.5%
0
1
1
7
23
38
53
69
84
99
115
130
146
7%
161
176
192
207
0
1
4
7
21
35
49
64
78
92
107
121
135
149
TENNESSE
188
211
5.375%
8.5
5002
O
SOUTH DAKOTA
CHARLESTON
6%
4%
T
0
1
1
11
33
55
77
99
122
144
166
199
217
0
1
3
16
17
34
50
67
83
100
117
134
6.25%
0
1
2
15
16
32
OKLAHOMA
R
7%
0
1
5
10
17
34
50
50
67
84
110
117
134
5.25%
SUFFOLK
County
8%
8.25%
ERIE
8%
7.5%
7.25%
NORTH DAKOTA
CUYAHOGA
Co.
7%
7.75%
PENNSYLVANIA
0
1
1
10
17
34
50
67
84
110
5.175%
0
1
1
11
33
55
78
100
122
144
167
189
211
239
NEW YORK
OHIO
P
4.875%
6.1875%
6.187%
0
1
3
15
15
30
46
61
76
92
107
4.5%
6%
354
372
390
0
1
2
10
24
41
58
74
6.25%
0
1
2
10
23
39
55
71
87
6.5%
0
1
2
10
23
38
53
69
84
99
115
130
146
161
176
192
207
223
7%
6.75%
0
1
8
10
22
37
51
66
81
96
111
125
140
155
170
185
199
214
229
244
259
274
0
1
2
10
21
35
49
64
78
92
107
121
COUNTY
TAX
7.25%
0
1
10
10
20
34
48
61
75
89
103
117
130
144
158
172
185
7.5% 7.75%
0
1
2
10
19
33
46
59
24
7.75
5002
8%
8%
0
1
2
10
18
31
43
0
1
2
10
18
31
43
56
68
81
93
106
118
8.25%
8.25
5002
8.5%
0
1
2
10
17
29
41
52
64
76
88
99
111
123
135
147
158
170
182
194
205
217
8.75%
8.75
5002
9.25%
0
1
4
5
16
27
37
48
59
70
81
91
10.25%
0
1
1
4
14
24
34
43
TEXAS
T
4.125%
4%
4%
0
1
1
12
37
0
1
1
12
37
62
87
0
1
1
12
36
60
84
109
133
157
181
4.625%
5%
5.125%
4.625
5002
0
1
1
9
29
49
69
5.125
5002
206
230
254
278
303
327
351
375
399
424
5.375%
5.25%
0
1
12
9
28
47
66
85
104
123
142
161
180
199
219
238
TEXAS
7.25%
7%
0
1
1
7
21
35
49
64
78
92
V
107
7.5%
7.25
5002
0
1
5
6
19
32
45
58
70
83
0
1
1
6
19
33
46
59
73
86
96
109
122
135
148
161
174
187
8%
8.25%
0
1
1
6
18
31
8.25
5002
5.625%
155
173
191
209
0
1
1
8
26
44
62
79
97
115
133
151
168
6%
0
1
1
8
24
41
58
0
1
1
9
25
42
59
HOUSTON
(Harris
County)
6.125%
6%
0
1
1
8
24
41
58
74
91
108
6.125
5002
6.25%
6.25%
0
1
1
7
23
39
55
71
87
103
119
6.25
5002
4.75%
0
1
1
10
31
52
73
94
115
136
157
178
199
5%
221
242
263
284
305
326
347
368
389
410
0
1
1
9
29
5.375%
5.25%
0
1
1
9
28
47
66
85
104
123
142
161
180
0
1
1
9
27
46
65
83
102
199
219
238
257
276
295
314
333
352
371
390
409
4%
5%
8%
0
1
4
13
33
66
100
133
166
200
0
1
2
10
25
50
0
1
2
10
20
40
80
100
120
140
0
1
0
18
31
43
56
68
81
93
100
5.75% 5.875%
5.5%
0
1
1
9
27
45
63
81
99
118
136
154
172
5.75
5002
190
209
5.875
5002
0
8
6%
0
1
2
8
24
41
58
74
ARLINGTON
COUNTY
4%
4%
0
1
21
14
34
59
84
114
134
159
184
214
234
259
284
314
334
359
384
414
434
459
4.5%
0
1
2
12
37
62
87
112
137
484
512
537
0
1
5
15
33
55
77
99
122
144
166
HAMPTON
Restaurant
7%
FAIRFAX CITY
FAIRFAX
Meals tax
5.5%
6.5%
NORFOLK CITY
Meal tax
9%
0
1
4
11
14
33
55
77
99
122
144
188
211
233
255
277
299
0
1
6
11
33
44
44
55
55
77
77
9
5002
99
99
122
122
144
144
166
166
188
188
211
CITY OF RICHMOND
Food tax
9.5%
0
1
1
5
15
26
36
47
57
68
78
211
233
233
89
99
110
121
131
142
152
163
173
184
194
149
166
188
211
233
249
255
0
1
1
11
24
33
55
74
77
99
122
0
1
13
14
29
34
44
59
74
84
114
124
144
166
174
188
211
114
134
149
159
184
184
214
214
234
249
259
0
1
1
7
21
35
49
64
78
92
107
284
0
1
1
14
14
34
59
59
84
84
114
89
99
109
122
129
144
149
166
169
188
189
209
WASHINGTON
0
1
1
7
21
35
49
64
78
92
107
2%
0
1
2
25
50
100
0
1
1
6
20
34
48
62
76
90
104
118
131
0
1
1
6
19
33
47
61
74
88
102
115
WEST VIRGINIA
3%
4%
5%
0
1
2
5
35
70
100
135
7.5%
7.3%
7.2%
0
1
1
12
37
6.125% 6.25%
7%
7.25%
6.125
5002
0
8
0
1
2
7
21
35
49
64
78
92
107
7.25
5002
7.5
5002
9.5%
0
1
1
9
11
29
33
49
55
69
77
205
W
7%
288
303
318
333
348
362
377
392
407
422
437
0
1
4
7
23
27
47
63
LEESBURG RICHMOND
NEWPORT
Meal tax Restaurant ALEXANDRIA
RICHMOND
NEWS
7.5%
7%
7%
7.5%
7.5%
VIRGINIA
ROANOKE CITY
VA BEACH
8.5%
9%
99
112
122
137
144
162
166
187
188
211
125
140
155
170
185
199
215
229
244
259
274
VIRGINIA
VERMONT
3%
0
1
1
11
12
33
37
55
62
77
87
6.75%
0
1
3
8
22
37
51
66
81
96
111
UTAH
U
7.75%
5.5%
0
1
1
9
27
45
63
81
99
118
137
5.375
5002
DALLAS
6%
0
1
2
5
20
40
129
143
156
170
184
198
211
225
239
252
0
1
1
6
19
33
46
59
73
86
99
113
4.125%
7.55%
0
1
3
6
19
32
46
59
72
85
98
111
0
1
2
7
19
33
46
59
72
126
139
153
166
179
193
206
6%
4%
0
1
2
5
16
33
50
67
84
100
116
0
1
1
12
37
124
138
151
164
177
190
203
217
230
243
256
269
WISCONSIN
5%
5.5%
0
1
1
10
21
41
61
81
110
0
1
1
9
27
45
63
81
99
118
136
154
172
190
209
7.8%
282
7.8
2
0
7
19
32
44
57
70
83
7.9%
8%
0
1
2
6
18
31
44
56
0
1
1
6
18
31
8.1%
0
1
14
6
18
30
43
55
67
80
92
104
Combined
8.1%
8.1
2
0
6
18
30
43
55
67
80
117
129
141
154
166
179
191
203
WYOMING
5.6%
3%
4%
5%
6%
0
1
1
8
26
44
62
80
98
116
133
0
1
2
24
49
83
116
149
0
1
2
24
37
62
0
1
2
24
29
49
69
89
109
0
1
3
24
24
34
51
68
84
25
8.7%
8.2%
0
1
1
6
18
30
42
54
67
79
91
103
115
128
140
152
164
176
189
201
213
225
237
249
262
274
286
296
310
323
335
347
359
371
384
396
408
420
432
445
457
469
481
493
506
0
1
1
5
17
28
0
1
1
11
16
33
49
55
77
83
99
116
122
144
149
166
183
188
211
0
1
2
6
19
33
46
59
Restaurant
8%
0
1
5
14
34
44
44
59
59
84
84
114
114
134
134
159
Basic Setups and Operations
How to use your cash register...
The following describes the general procedure you should use in order to get the most out of your cash register.
BEFORE business hours...
• Check to make sure that the cash register is
plugged in securely.
Page
• Check to make sure there is enough paper
left on the roll.
Page 16
• Read the financial totals to confirm that they are
all zero.
Page 70
• Check the date and time.
Page 20
• Register transactions.
Page 30
• Periodically read totals.
Page 68
• Reset the daily totals.
Page 72
• Remove the journal.
Page 82
• Empty the cash drawer and leave it open.
Page 10
3
DURING business hours...
AFTER business hours...
• Take the cash and journal to the office.
26
How to read the receipts and the journal...
• The journal and receipts are records of all transactions and operations.
• The contents printed on receipts and the journal are identical, except that the date is never printed on the journal except
when you issue reports. A header stamp is automatically printed on each receipt.
• You can program the cash register to print the total amount of each transaction, and the details of premium, discount
and reduction operation only, without printing department and PLU item registrations on the journal (page 55).
• You can program the cash register to either print or skip the following items on receipts and the journal.
(See page 55, 62)
• Time
• Consecutive number
• Taxable status
• Taxable amount
Receipt Sample
Journal Sample
(Item lines included)
–––––– Logo stamp
12•01•96
01 12:35
n0025
1
•10•0 0 ¡
2
•5•0 0 ™
5p
•1•5 0 ¡
0•5 0 •16•0 0 S
5%
0•8 0 •11•5 0 t ¡
•0•4 6 x ¡
•5•0 0 t ™
•0•2 6 x ™
–––––– Date
–––––– Machine No./Time
–––––– Consecutive No.
01 12:40
n0026
1
•10•0 0 ¡
2
•5•0 0 ™
5p
•1•5 0 ¡
0•5 0 •16•0 0 S
5%
0•8 0 •11•5 0 t ¡
•0•4 6 x ¡
•5•0 0 t ™
•0•2 6 x ™
•15•9 2 T
•20•0 0 C A
•4•0 8 G
Journal Sample
(Item lines skip)
01 12:40
n0027
0•5 0 •16•0 0 S
5%
0•8 0 •11•5 0 t ¡
•0•4 6 x ¡
•5•0 0 t ™
•0•2 6 x ™
•15•9 2 T
•20•0 0 C A
•4•0 8 G
•15•9 2 T
•20•0 0 C A
•4•0 8 G
In the operation examples contained in this manual, the print samples are what would be produced if the roll paper is
being used for receipts. They are not actual size. Actual receipts are 45mm wide. Also, all sample receipts and journals
are printout images.
27
Basic Setups and Operations
Preparing and using department keys
This section describes how to prepare and use department keys.
Programming department keys
Before you use department keys, you should first tell the cash register how it should handle the registrations.
To program the maximum number of digits and tax calculations for each department
☞1
OW
You must input both digits.
A-A08
s
Z
X
¡
s
to
REG
d∞
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
Maximum number of digits
Tax table
This specification defines how many digits can be used
for manual input of a unit price on the keyboard.
This specification defines which tax table should be used
for automatic calculation of taxes. See page 21 for
information on setting up the tax tables.
No limit
2
‚
1 digit
2
⁄
2 digits
¤
5 digits
2
:
:
:
2
6 digits
2
fl
fi
Manual input not allowed
2
Tax table 1
2
¤
Tax table 2
2
›
Tax table 1 and 2
2
fl
No tax calculation
2
‚
·
Selecting · means that you can perform department
registrations using their preset unit prices only.
☞1
☞2
☞3
After you press a department key, you can loop back and start programming for another department.
Printing tax symbols
¡: Taxable 1
™: Taxable 2
£: Taxable 1 and 2
Tax status for the departments are initialized as follows:
Department 1 ~ 10:
Tax table 1 and 2
Department 11 ~ 40:
No tax calculation
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To program a unit price for each department
☞1
OW
A-A08
X
Z
s
¡
s
to
REG
Preset unit price (Up to 6 digits)
OFF
d∞
RF
Mode Switch
☞1
Example:
$5.00
fi‚‚
$10.25
⁄‚¤fi
After you press a department key, you can loop back and start programming for another department.
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Basic Setups and Operations
Registering department keys
A-A08
Z
X
REG
OP
The following examples show how you can use the department keys in various types of registrations.
A-A08
OW
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
Single-item sale
Example 1
Tag
DEPT 1
$1.00
Tax calculation
Tax Table 1
Qty
1
Tender
Cash
$1.04
OPERATION
RECEIPT
Date –––––– 12•01•96
Machine No./Time –––––– 01 12:50
n0028
Consecutive No. ––––––
⁄—¡
c
Department No./Unit price –––––– 1
•1•0 0 ¡
•1•0 0 t ¡
•0•0 4 x ¡
•1•0 4 C
Example 2
Tag
DEPT 21
$20.00
Tax calculation
Tax Table 1
Qty
1
Cash
Tender
$20.80
OPERATION
d
¤‚—¡
c
RECEIPT
12•01•96
01 12:55
n0029
5 Press the d key to designate department over 20.
¤1
•20•0 0 ¡
•20•0 0 t ¡
•0•8 0 x ¡
•20•8 0 C
Exceeding maximum number of digits
Example
Tag
DEPT 3
$10.00
Maximum Number of Digits
Tax Calculation
3
Tax Table 1
Qty
1
Tender
Cash
OPERATION
⁄‚—£
ERROR ALARM
C
o
⁄‚—£
¤‚—c
$20.00
RECEIPT
5 Register locks and error alarm sounds.
12•01•96
01 13:00
n0030
5 Clear entry.
3
5 Amount exceeds maximum number of digits.
5 Cancels limitation for next entry.
•10•0 0 ¡
•10•0 0 t ¡
•0•4 0 x ¡
•10•4 0 T
•20•0 0 C A
•9•6 0 G
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Repeat
Example
Tag
DEPT 4
$1.50
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 2
Qty
3
Cash
Tender
$10.00
OPERATION
RECEIPT
12•01•96
01 13:05
n0031
⁄fi‚¢
¢
¢
s
⁄‚—c
4
4
4
•1•5 0 ™
•1•5 0 ™
•1•5 0 ™
•4•50 t ™
•0•24 x ™
•4•74 T
•10•0 0 C A
•5•26 G
Multiplication
Example
Tag
DEPT 1
$1.00
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 1
Qty
12.5
Cash
Tender
$20.00
OPERATION
⁄¤±fiX
⁄—¡
¤‚—c
RECEIPT
5 Quantity (4-digit integer/2-digit decimal)
12•01•96
01 13:10
n0032
When you are performing a refund operation using
the R key (page 48) or in the RF Mode (page
49), you can enter 3 digits and 2 decimal places.
12•5
q
•1•00 @
•12•5 0 ¡
•12•5 0 t ¡
•0•50 x ¡
1
•13•0 0 T
•20•0 0 C A
•7•00 G
Preset price
Example
Tag
DEPT 2
$5.00 Preset
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 2
OPERATION
Qty
1
Tender
Cash
$5.26
RECEIPT
12•01•96
01 13:15
n0033
™
c
2
•5•0 0 ™
•5•0 0 t ™
•0•2 6 x ™
•5•2 6 C
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Basic Setups and Operations
Split sales of packaged items
Example
DEPT 3
Tag
4 for $10.00
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 2
Qty
3
Cash
Tender
$10.00
OPERATION
RECEIPT
‹X
5 Quantity being purchased (you can input 4 digits
and 2 decimal places)*
›X
5 Quantity contained in the full package (you can
input 4 digits and 2 decimal places)
⁄‚—£
3
5 Price of the package
⁄‚—c
*
12•01•96
01 13:20
n0034
3
q
4
•10•0 0 @
•7•5 0 ™
•7•5 0t ™
•0•3 9x ™
•7•8 9 T
•10•0 0C A
•2•1 1G
When you are performing a refund operation using the R key (page 48) or in the RF Mode (page 49), you can enter 3 digits
and 2 decimal places.
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Registering PLUs
This section describes how to prepare and use PLUs.
Programming PLUs
Before you use PLUs, you should first tell the cash register how it should handle the registrations.
To program a unit price for each PLU
☞1
☞2
OW
☞3
A-A08
PLU No.
X
Z
s
⁄
REG
to
OFF
fi‚‚
p
c
Preset unit price (Up to 6 digits)
RF
Mode Switch
☞1
☞2
☞3
Example:
$3.00
‹‚‚
$12.50
⁄¤fi‚
After you press the c key, you can loop back and start programming for another PLU by inputting a new PLU number.
When you press the c key, you can loop back and input another unit price, which will be assigned to the next PLU.
Press the c key again to program the next PLU number with the same unit price.
33
Basic Setups and Operations
To program PLU links to departments, tax calculations and PLU/sub-department specifications
☞1
☞2
OW
☞3
A-A08
Use all four digits
PLU No.
X
s
Z
⁄
p
c
s
to
REG
fi‚‚
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
Linked department
Tax table
Sub-department/PLU specification
This specification links the PLU to
a department.
This specification defines which tax
table should be used for automatic
calculation of taxes. See page 21 for
information on setting up the tax
tables.
Treat as a PLU
2
‚
Treat as a sub-department
2
⁄
Department 1
2
‚⁄
Department 2
2
‚¤
Department 3
2
‚‹
Department 4
2
‚›
Department 5
2
‚fi
:
:
:
Department 36
2
‹fl
Department 37
2
‹‡
Department 38
2
‹°
Department 39
2
‹·
Department 40
2
›‚
Non link
2
‚‚
☞1
☞2
☞3
☞4
Tax table 1
2
¤
Tax table 2
2
›
Tax table 1 and 2
2
fl
No tax calculation
2
‚
A PLU can register its preset unit price
only. A sub-department can register
its preset price or a manually entered
price.
After you press the c key, you can loop back and start programming for another PLU by inputting a new PLU number.
When you press the c key, you can loop back and input another specification which will be assigned to the next PLU.
Press the c key again to program the next PLU number with the same specification.
All PLUs are initialized as no tax calculation.
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Registering PLUs and sub-departments
A-A08
Z
X
REG
OP
The following examples show how you can use PLUs and
sub-departments in various types of registrations.
A-A08
OW
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
PLUs
Example
PLU 14
Tag
$2.50 Preset
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 2
Qty
1
Tender
Cash
$2.63
OPERATION
RECEIPT
12•01•96
01 13:25
n0035
⁄›p
c
⁄4p
•2•5 0 ™
•2•5 0 t ™
•0•1 3 x ™
•2•6 3 C
Sub-departments
Example
Tag
SUB-DEPT 15
$6.00
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 1
Qty
1
Tender
Cash
$6.24
OPERATION
RECEIPT
⁄fip
fl—Q
c
12•01•96
01 13:30
n0036
5 Press the Q key to enter unit prices for
sub-departments.
⁄5p
•6•0 0 ¡
•6•0 0t ¡
•0•2 4x ¡
•6•2 4C
PLU repeat
Example
Tag
PLU 2
$1.20
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 2
OPERATION
Qty
3
Tender
Cash
$3.79
RECEIPT
12•01•96
01 13:35
n0037
¤p
p
p
c
2p
2p
2p
•1•2 0 ™
•1•2 0 ™
•1•2 0 ™
•3•6 0 t ™
•0•1 9 x ™
•3•7 9 C
35
Basic Setups and Operations
Sub-department repeat
Example
Tag
(A) SUB-DEPT 15 $3.00 Preset
(B) SUB-DEPT 15
$2.00
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 1
Tax Table 1
Qty
3
2
Tender
Cash
$20.00
OPERATION
RECEIPT
⁄fip
Q
Q
Q
⁄fip
¤—Q
Q
s
¤‚—c
5 Press the Q key without inputting a unit price to
register the unit price preset to the sub-department.
12•01•96
01 13:40
n0038
⁄5p
⁄5p
⁄5p
⁄5p
⁄5p
•3•0 0 ¡
•3•0 0 ¡
•3•0 0 ¡
•2•0 0 ¡
•2•0 0 ¡
•13•0 0 t ¡
•0•5 2 x ¡
•13•5 2 T
•20•0 0 C A
•6•4 8 G
PLU multiplication
Example
PLU 2
Tag
$1.20 Preset
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 2
Qty
15
Cash
Tender
$20.00
OPERATION
RECEIPT
⁄fiX
¤p
¤‚—c
12•01•96
01 13:45
n0039
15
q
•1•2 0 @
2p •18•0 0 ™
•18•0 0 t ™
•0•9 5 x ™
•18•9 5 T
•20•0 0 C A
•1•0 5 G
•
The quantity can be any value with an integer up to 4 digits, and a decimal up to 2 digits.
•
If the result of the calculation is longer than 7 digits, an error occurs.
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Sub-department multiplication
Example
Tag
SUB-DEPT 15
$6.00
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 1
Qty
1.25
Cash
Tender
$10.00
OPERATION
⁄±¤fiX
⁄fip
fl‚‚Q
⁄‚—c
RECEIPT
12•01•96
01 13:50
n0040
5 Quantity
1•25
q
•6•0 0 @
•7•5 0 ¡
•7•5 0 t ¡
•0•3 0 x ¡
⁄5p
•
The quantity can be any value with an integer up to 4 digits, and a decimal up to 2 digits.
•
If the result of the calculation is longer than 7 digits, an error occurs.
•7•8 0 T
•10•0 0 C A
•2•2 0 G
Mixed registration (department, sub-department, PLU)
Example
Tag
DEPT 3
DEPT 4
PLU 4
SUB-DEPT 15
$2.50 Preset
$2.00
$1.40 Preset
$3.00
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 1
Tax Table 2
Tax Table 2
Tax Table 1
Qty
6
2
2
2
Tender
Cash
$30.00
OPERATION
flX
£
¤—¢
¢
›p
p
⁄fip
‹—Q
Q
‹‚—c
RECEIPT
5 Quantity for multiplication
12•01•96
01 13:55
n0041
3
4
4
4p
4p
⁄5p
⁄5p
6
q
•2•5 0 @
•15•0 0 ¡
•2•0 0 ™
•2•0 0 ™
•1•4 0 ™
•1•4 0 ™
•3•0 0 ¡
•3•0 0 ¡
•21•0 0t ¡
•0•8 4x ¡
•6•8 0t ™
•0•3 6x ™
•29•0 0 T
•30•0 0C A
•1•0 0G
37
Basic Setups and Operations
Split sales of packaged items
1) PLU
Example
Tag
PLU No. 28
5 for $20.00
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 2
Qty
3
Tender
Cash
$15.00
OPERATION
‹X
5 Quantity being purchased (you can input 4 digits
and 2 decimal places)*
fiX
5 Quantity contained in the full package (you can
input 4 digits and 2 decimal places)
¤°p
⁄fi—c
*
RECEIPT
12•01•96
01 14:00
n0042
3
q
5
•20•0 0 @
¤8p •12•0 0 ™
•12•0 0t ™
•0•6 3x ™
5 Price of the package
•12•6 3 T
•15•0 0C A
•2•3 7G
When you are performing a refund operation using the R key (page 48) or in the
RF Mode (page 49), you can enter 3 digits and 2 decimal places.
2) Sub-department
Example
Tag
SUB-DEPT 37 12 for $30.00
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 1
Qty
7
Cash
Tender
$20.00
OPERATION
‡X
⁄¤X
‹‡p
‹‚—Q
¤‚—c
*
RECEIPT
5 Quantity being purchased (you can input 4 digits
and 2 decimal places)*
5 Quantity contained in the full package (you can
input 4 digits and 2 decimal places)
5 Price of the package
When you are performing a refund operation using the R key (page 48) or in the
RF Mode (page 49), you can enter 3 digits and 2 decimal places.
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12•01•96
01 14:05
n0043
7
q
12
•30•0 0 @
‹7p •17•5 0 ¡
•17•5 0 t ¡
•0•7 0 x ¡
•18•2 0 T
•20•0 0 C A
•1•8 0 G
Registering premiums and discounts
This section describes how to prepare and register premiums and discounts.
Programming premiums and discounts
You can use the P key to register either discounts (percentage decreases) or premiums (percentage increases).
The following procedures let you select the operation you want for the P key. They also let you program the tax
calculation method, the tax rounding method, and a preset rate.
To program tax calculation, tax rounding and the function of the P key
OW
A-A08
Use all three digits
X
Z
P
s
REG
s
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
Tax status for subtotals
Rounding method
Key function specification
This specification defines where the result
of the percent calculation on a subtotal
should be reflected (added to or subtracted
from) for tax purposes. Note that this specification is for calculations with subtotals
only, and is not applied for calculations
involving individual items.
This specification defines the method
used to round the result of a percentage
calculation.
This specification defines the function of the
P key.
Tax Table 1
2
⁄
Tax Table 2
2
¤
Tax Table 1 and 2
2
‹
No tax calculation
2
‚
Round off
2
‚
Round up
2
⁄
Cut off
2
¤
• Tax status for the P key is initialized as tax table 1 and 2.
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Use P as discount key (%–) 2
‚
Use P as premium key (%+) 2
⁄
Basic Setups and Operations
To program a rate to the P key
s
OW
A-A08
P
s
Rate
X
Z
REG
OFF
Example:
RF
10%
Mode Switch
5.5%
12.34%
⁄‚
fi±fi
⁄¤±‹›
Registering premiums and discounts
REG
A-A08
Z
X
OP
The following examples show how you can use the P
key in various types of registrations.
A-A08
OW
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
Discount for items and subtotals
Example
Tag
Tax Calculation
DEPT 1
$5.00 Tax Table 1
PLU 16 $10.00 Preset Tax Table 2
Discount
5% Preset
Subtotal Discount
3.5%
Tax Table 1 & 2 Preset
OPERATION
Tender
Cash
$14.64
RECEIPT
fi—¡
⁄flp
P
m
‹±fiP
c
12•01•96
01 14:10
n0044
5 Applies the preset discount rate (5%) to the last item
registered (PLU 16).
5 Note that you cannot use the s key for this
operation.
5 Applies the input discount rate (3.5%) to the subtotal.
The input value takes priority of the preset rate.
1
•5•0 0
⁄6p •10•0 0
5%
0•5 0
•14•5 0
3•5%
0•5 1
40
™
S
£
•4•8 2 t ¡
•0•1 9 x ¡
•9•1 7 t ™
•0•4 6 x ™
•14•6 4 C
• You can manually input rates up to 4 digits long (0.01% to 99.99%).
¡
™
Premium for items and subtotals
Example
Tag
Tax Calculation
DEPT 4 $10.00 Preset Tax Table 2
PLU 32
$5.00 Preset Tax Table 2
Premium
7%
Subtotal Premium
5% Preset
Tax Table 1 & 2 Preset
OPERATION
¢
‡P
‹¤p
m
P
¤‚—c
Tender
Cash
$20.00
RECEIPT
5 Applies the input value as a premium rate (7%).
12•01•96
01 14:10
n0045
4
5 Note that you cannot use the s key for this
operation.
5 Applies the preset premium rate (5%) to the subtotal.
• You can manually input rates up to 4 digits long (0.01% to 99.99%).
•10•0 0 ™
7%
•0•7 0 ™
‹2p
•5•0 0 ™
•15•7 0 S
5%
•0•7 9 £
•16•4 9 t ™
•0•8 7 x ™
•17•3 6 T
•20•0 0 C A
•2•6 4 G
Taxable status of the P key
• Whenever you perform a discount/premium operation on the last item registered, the tax calculation for the discount/
premium amount is performed in accordance with the tax status programmed for that item.
• Whenever you perform a discount/premium operation on a subtotal amount, the tax calculation for the subtotal amount is
performed in accordance with the tax status programmed for the P key.
41
Basic Setups and Operations
Registering reductions
Programming for reductions
You can use the - key to reduce single items or subtotal amounts.
The following procedure lets you program the tax calculation method for the - key.
To program tax calculation for the - key
OW
A-A08
Use all four digits
X
Z
s
‚‚‚
-
s
REG
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
Tax Status
This specification defines where the result of
the reduction should be reflected (subtracted
from) for tax purposes.
Taxable amount 1
2
⁄
Taxable amount 2
2
¤
Taxable amount 1 and 2
2
‹
Do not reflect
2
‚
• Tax status for the - key is initialized as no tax calculation.
• Taxable status of the - key
The tax calculation for the reduction amount is performed in accordance with the tax status programmed for the
- key, regardless of whether the reduction is performed on the last item registered or a subtotal amount.
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Registering reductions
REG
A-A08
Z
X
OP
The following examples show how you can use the key in various types of registrations.
A-A08
OW
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
Reduction of individual items
Example:
Tag
DEPT 1
PLU 45
$5.00
$6.00 Preset
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 1
Tax Table 1
Reduction
$0.25
$0.50
Tender
Cash
$10.69
OPERATION
RECEIPT
fi—¡
¤fi›fip
fi‚c
5 Reduces the last amount registered (500 to DEPT 1)
by the value (25) input here.
12•01•96
01 14:20
n0046
1
•5•0 0 ¡
0•2 5 ›5p
•6•0 0 ¡
0•5 0 •11•0 0 t ¡
•0•4 4 x ¡
•10•6 9 C
•
•
You can manually input reduction values up to 7 digits long.
The amount you input for the reduction is not subtracted from the department totalizer.
Reduction of subtotals
Example:
DEPT 1
Tag
$3.00
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 1
DEPT 2
$4.00
Tax Table 2
Reduction of Subtotal
$0.75
No tax calculation
Tender
Cash
OPERATION
‹—¡
›—™
s
‡fi‡—c
$7.00
RECEIPT
12•01•96
01 14:25
n0047
5 Reduces the subtotal by the value (75) input here.
1
2
•3•0 0 ¡
•4•0 0 ™
0•7 5 •3•0 0 t ¡
•0•1 2 x ¡
•4•0 0 t ™
•0•2 1 x ™
•6•5 8 T
•7•0 0 C A
•0•4 2 G
43
Basic Setups and Operations
Calculating the merchandise subtotal
Z
A-A08
X
REG
OP
Use the operation shown below to calculate the merchandise subtotal, which includes the actual cost of the merchandise only without the add-on tax.
A-A08
OW
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
Example
Tag
DEPT 1
DEPT 2
DEPT 3
$1.00
$2.00
$3.00
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 1
Tax Table 2
Tax Table 1
OPERATION
⁄—¡
¤—™
‹—£
m
s
c
RECEIPT
12•01•96
01 14:30
n0048
5 Calculates the merchandise subtotal.
5 Calculates the subtotal with add-on tax.
1
2
3
•1•0 0 ¡
•2•0 0 ™
•3•0 0 ¡
•6•0 0 S
•4•0 0 t ¡
•0•1 6 x ¡
•2•0 0 t ™
•0•1 1 x ™
•6•2 7 C
• You cannot use the m key to calculate the subtotal for a partial tender.
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Shifting the taxable status of an item
A-A08
REG
OP
Z
X
A-A08
OW
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
Example
Tag
DEPT 4
DEPT 20
DEPT 1
DEPT 4
Tax Calculation
$4.00
$5.00
$6.00
$7.00
Tax Table 2
No tax calculation → Tax Table 1
Tax Table 1 → Tax Table 1 & 2
Tax Table 2 → No tax calculation
OPERATION
›—¢
r
fi—∞
RECEIPT
5 This operation changes the tax status of the next
entry (DEPT 20) to Taxable 1 (from Non-Taxable).
q
fl—¡
5 This operation changes the tax status of the next
entry (DEPT 1) to Taxable 1 plus Taxable 2 (from
Taxable 1 only).
q
‡—¢
c
5 This operation changes the tax status of the next
entry (DEPT 4) to Non-Taxable (from Taxable 2).
12•01•96
01 14:35
n0049
4
¤0
1
4
•4•0 0 ™
•5•0 0 ¡
•6•0 0 £
•7•0 0
•11•0 0 t ¡
•0•4 4 x ¡
•10•0 0 t ™
•0•5 3 x ™
•22•9 7 C
Important!
• To change the taxable status of the next item to be registered, be sure to press r or q without
inputting any value.
• If the last item registered is programmed as non-taxable, a premium/discount (P key) operation
on this item is always non-taxable.
In this case, you cannot manually change the tax status to Taxable 1 (r) or Taxable 2 (q) key .
45
Basic Setups and Operations
Registering charge and check payments
Z
A-A08
X
REG
OP
The following examples show how to register charges and
payments by check.
A-A08
OW
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
Check
Example
Tag
DEPT 1
Tax Calculation
$10.00 Tax Table 1
Tender
Check
$10.40
OPERATION
RECEIPT
⁄‚—¡
k
12•01•96
01 14:40
n0050
1
•10•0 0 ¡
•10•0 0 t ¡
•0•4 0 x ¡
•10•4 0 K
Charge
Example
Tag
DEPT 4
$15.00
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 2
Tender
Charge
$15.79
OPERATION
⁄fi—¢
⁄¤‹›fin
h
RECEIPT
5 Reference number
5 You cannot input the amount tendered for a
charge sale. If you input a number before
pressing h, an error occurs.
12•01•96
01 14:45
n0051
4
•15•0 0 ™
1234 5#
•15•0 0t ™
•0•7 9x ™
•15•7 9H
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Mixed cash, check, charge
Example
Tag
DEPT 4
$55.00
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 2
Tender
Charge
$22.89
Check
$30.00
Cash
$5.00
OPERATION
RECEIPT
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fifi—¢
‹‚—k
fi—c
h
4
•55•0 0 ™
•55•0 0 t ™
•2•8 9 x ™
•57•8 9 T
•30•0 0 K
•5•0 0 C
•22•8 9 H
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Basic Setups and Operations
Registering returned goods in the REG mode
REG
A-A08
Z
X
OP
The following examples show how to use the R key in
the REG mode to register goods returned by customers.
A-A08
OW
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
Example
Tag
DEPT 1
DEPT 2
PLU 2
$2.35
$2.00
$1.20 Preset
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 1
Tax Table 2
Tax Table 2
Returned or Cancelled
DEPT 1
$2.35
Payment
Cash
PLU 2
OPERATION
¤‹fi¡
¤—™
¤p
R
¤‹fi¡
R
¤p
c
$2.11
$1.20 Preset
RECEIPT
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5 Pressing R specifies that the next item registered
is a return. You have to press R before registering
each returned item.
1
2
2p
1
2p
•2•3 5 ¡
•2•0 0 ™
•1•2 0 ™
•2•3 5 r ¡
•1•2 0 r ™
•2•0 0 t ™
•0•1 1 x ™
•2•1 1 C
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Registering returned goods in the RF mode
The following examples show how to use the RF mode to
register goods returned by customers.
Z
X
A-A08
OW
REG
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
Normal refund transaction
Example
Returned Goods
DEPT 1
$1.50
PLU 2
$1.20 Preset
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 1
Tax Table 2
Qty
2
6
Payment
Cash
$10.70
OPERATION
⁄fi‚¡
¡
flX
¤p
c
RECEIPT
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5 Quantity for multiplication.
1
1
5 Do not enter an amount here.
2p
r
•1•5 0 ¡
•1•5 0 ¡
6
q
•1•2 0 @
•7•2 0 ™
•3•0 0 t ¡
•0•1 2 x ¡
•7•2 0 t ™
•0•3 8 x ™
•10•7 0 C
Reduction of amounts paid on refund
Example
Returned Goods
DEPT 3
$4.00
PLU 2
$1.20 Preset
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 1
Tax Table 2
Payment
$0.15
5% Preset
Cash
$5.21
OPERATION
›—£
⁄fi¤p
P
c
RECEIPT
5 Subtracts 15 from the price of the last item registered.
5 Reduces the price of the last item registered by the
preset discount rate (5%).
Important!
• To avoid miss registrations in the RF mode, return the mode switch to
the former position immediately.
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3
2p
r
•4•0 0
0•1 5
•1•2 0
5%
0•0 6
¡
™
™
•4•0 0t ¡
•0•1 6x ¡
•1•1 4t ™
•0•0 6x ™
•5•2 1C
Basic Setups and Operations
Registering money received on account
Z
REG
A-A08
X
OP
A-A08
OFF
OW
The following example shows how to register money
received on account. This registration must be performed
alone, and cannot be performed as part of another registration.
RF
Mode Switch
Example
Amount Received
$700.00
OPERATION
‡——r
RECEIPT
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5 Amount can be up to 8 digits.
•700•0 0 R
Registering money paid out
REG
Z
A-A08
X
A-A08
OW
OFF
OP
The following example shows how to register money paid
out from the drawer. This registration must be performed
alone, and cannot be performed as part of another registration.
RF
Mode Switch
Example
Amount Paid Out
$1.50
OPERATION
⁄fi‚q
RECEIPT
5 Amount can be up to 8 digits.
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Making corrections in a registration
There are three techniques you can use to make corrections in a registration.
• Correcting an item that you have input but not yet registered.
• Correcting the last item you have input and registered.
• Cancelling all items in a transaction.
A-A08
Z
REG
A-A08
OW
OFF
OP
X
RF
Mode Switch
Correcting an item you have input but not yet registered
Correction Examples
EXAMPLE
Amount
Quantity
PLU No.
Sub-department
Amount tendered
OPERATION
⁄‚—
C
⁄— ¡
⁄¤ X
¤—
C
⁄⁄ X
¤— ™
¤
C
‹p
⁄fi p
fl—
C
⁄fi p
⁄‚— Q
⁄‚—
C
⁄fi—c
h
RECEIPT
5 Wrong
5 Clear
5 Correction
5 Wrong
5 Clear
5 Correction
5 Wrong
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1
•1•0 0 ¡
11
q
•2•0 0 @
2
•22•0 0 ™
3p
•1•3 0 ¡
⁄5p •10•0 0 ¡
•12•3 0 t ¡
•0•4 9 x ¡
•22•0 0 t ™
•1•1 6 x ™
5 Clear
5 Correction
5 Wrong
5 Clear
5 You have to enter the sub-department No. again
5 Correction
5 Wrong
5 Clear
5 Correction
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•35•9 5 T
•15•0 0 C
•20•9 5 H
Basic Setups and Operations
Correcting an item you have input and registered
EXAMPLE
General
PLU No.
Sub-department
Multiplication
Discount
Refund
Amount
tendered
OPERATION
⁄— ¡
¤— ™
™
e
¤p
e
fi p
⁄fi p
fl— Q
e
⁄fi p
⁄‚— Q
°X
›— ¢
e
fl X
›— ¢
m
fi‚ P
e
m
fi P
R
¤— ™
e
R
¤¤‚ ™
‹‚—c
e
fl‚‹c
k
RECEIPT
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5 Wrong
5 Clears the last ™ key operation
5 Wrong
2p
5 Clear
5 Correction
}
1
2
2
5 Wrong
5p
⁄5p
⁄5p
5 Clear
}
4
5 Correction
5 Wrong
4
5 Clear
}
5 Correction
5 Wrong
5 Clear
}
}
5 Correction
5 Wrong
5 Clear
}
5 Correction
5 Wrong
5 Clear
5 Correction
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2
2
•1•0 0 ¡
•2•0 0 ™
•2•0 0 ™
2•0 0 V •1•2 0 ™
1•2 0 V •1•5 0 ¡
•6•0 0 ¡
6•0 0 V •10•0 0 ¡
8
q
•4•0 0 @
•32•0 0 ™
32•0 0 V 6
q
•4•0 0 @
•24•0 0 ™
•38•5 0 S
50%
19•2 5 £
•19•2 5 V
•38•5 0 S
5%
1•9 3 £
2•0 0 r ™
•2•0 0 V
2•2 0 r ™
•11•8 7 t ¡
•0•4 8 x ¡
•22•5 0 t ™
•1•1 8 x ™
•36•0 3 T
•30•0 0 C
30•0 0 V •6•0 3 C
•30•0 0 K
Cancelling all items in a transaction
OPERATION
RECEIPT
⁄—¡
¤—™
‹—£
›—¢
m
e
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Items to be cancelled
1
2
3
4
•1•0 0 ¡
•2•0 0 ™
•3•0 0 ¡
•4•0 0 ™
•10•0 0 S
••••••••• V
5 You must calculate the merchandise subtotal
to cancel the transaction.
Important!
• Note that the number of items included in the transaction to be cancelled is limited (usually to about
9 ~ 17), depending on the complexity of the transaction. If you try to cancel a transaction that
exceeds the limit, and error occurs.
• You can program the cash register so that this cancel operation is not allowed (page 62).
No sale registration
REG
Z
A-A08
X
A-A08
OW
OFF
OP
You can use the following procedure to open the drawer
without registering a sale. This operation must be performed alone, and cannot be performed as part of another
registration.
RF
Mode Switch
OPERATION
RECEIPT
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#
More Setups and Operations
This section describes more sophisticated setups and operations that you can use to suit the needs of your retail
environment.
Clerk control function
Post-finalization receipt issuance
General printing control
The procedure described here lets you:
• Activate the clerk control function.
• Specify the contents of post-finalization receipts.
• Specify the contents of receipts, the journal, and reports.
Programming multiple clerks, post-finalization
receipt issuance, and general printing control
OW
A-A08
X
Z
s
h
1
2
3
s
4
REG
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
1 Input the total of a + b + c.
a. Do you want the RF mode total and count, and the R key count included in the daily sales READ/RESET Report?
(Include = 0/Skip = 1) ---->
a.
b. Do you want the non-resettable grand sales total included in the daily sales RESET Report?
(Include = 0/Skip = 2) ---->
b.
c. Do you want details or the transaction total only in the post-finalization receipt?
(Details = 0/Total only = 4) ---->
c.
2 Input the total of d + e.
d. Do you want to clear key buffer after receipt is issued?
(Do not clear = 0/Clear = 1) ---->
d.
e. Do you want to activate the clerk function by changing the [OPEN] to the [CLK#] key?
(Activate = 2/Leave as [OPEN] = 0) ---->
e.
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3 Input the total of f + g + h.
f. Do you want the current time included in receipt/journal printing?
(Include = 0/Skip = 1) ---->
f.
g. Do you want item lines included in journal printing?
(Journal skip)
g.
(Include = 0/Skip = 2) ---->
h. Do you want the consecutive number included in receipt/journal printing in the REG and RF modes?
(Include = 0/Skip = 4) ---->
h.
4 Input the total of i + j + k.
i. Do you want a taxable status symbol included in receipt/journal printing?
(Include = 0/Skip = 1) ---->
i.
j. Do you want a subtotal line printed on the receipt/journal whenever the s key is pressed?
(Print = 2/Do not print = 0) ---->
j.
k. Do you want to print the date on journal?
(Print = 4/Do not print = 0) ---->
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k.
More Setups and Operations
Using the clerk control function
A-A08
Z
X
OP
REG
A-A08
OFF
OW
You can use the clerk control function to keep
track of the registrations performed by different
clerks.
RF
Z
X
X
Z
OFF
OFF
OFF
RF
RF
RF
A-A08
REG
OW
REG
Clerk Sign On
Z
X
REG
Mode Switch
OPERATION
⁄o
¤o
:
:
¤‚o
RECEIPT SAMPLE
: Clerk 1
: Clerk 2
:
:
Clerk
1
2
3
:
:
20
: Clerk 20
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= Clerk 1
= Clerk 2
= Clerk 3
:
:
= Clerk 20
1
•10•0 0 ¡
•10•0 0 t ¡
•0•4 0 x ¡
•10•4 0 C
Important!
• Once you activate the clerk control function, the error code “E08” appears on the display whenever
you try to perform a registration, a READ/RESET operation, or any programming without first
signing on.
• The signed on clerk is also identified on the receipt/journal.
Clerk Sign Off
OPERATION
‚o
• The current clerk is also signed off whenever you set the Mode Switch to the OFF position.
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Issuing post-finalization receipts
The post-finalization receipt lets you issue a receipt after finalization of the transaction, even when the receipt switch
is set to OFF. Note that all of the following conditions must exist for you to be able to issue a post-finalization receipt.
•
The receipt switch must be in the OFF position.
•
The transaction must be finalized in the REG or RF mode using the c, h, or k key.
About post-finalization receipt formats
You can program the cash register to print the transaction total only or full details on the post-finalization receipt.
See page 54 for details of this programming. Note however, that if the transaction contains more than 36 lines
(including the receipt header), the cash register automatically prints a total-only post-finalization receipt, regardless of
your programming.
A-A08
OFF
REG
ON
OP
Z
X
A-A08
OW
OFF
RF
RECEIPT
Mode Switch
Example
Tag
(a) DEPT 1
(b) DEPT 2
$10.00
$20.00
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 1
Tax Table 2
Qty
1
1
Tender
Cash
OPERATION
⁄‚—¡
¤‚—™
s
c
®
$31.45
RECEIPT
................................................................................................. Receipt not issued
................................................................................................. Post-finalization receipt issued
Detail Format
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Important!
• You can issue only one post-finalization receipt per transaction.
1
2
•10•0 0 ¡
•20•0 0 ™
•10•0 0 t ¡
•0•4 0 x ¡
•20•0 0 t ™
•1•0 5 x ™
•31•4 5 C
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More Setups and Operations
Single-item-sales for departments and PLUs
Programming single-item-sale status
to departments and PLUs
When a department or PLU number is preset with single-item-sale status, the cash register automatically finalizes the
transaction as a cash sale whenever the single-item-sale department or PLU is registered as the first input of the
transaction. If the single-item-sale item is registered after a normal (non-single-item-sale) item, the register does not
finalize until you press one of the finalize keys.
Example:
When ¡ is preset as a single-item-sale department and ™ is a normal department.
¡: Transaction is finalized automatically.
™, ¡ : Transaction is not finalized until you press c, k, or h.
To program a department with single-item-sale status
☞1
OW
You must input both digits.
A-A08
s
Z
X
¡
s
to
REG
d∞
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
Maximum number of digits
Input the total of a + b.
This specification defines how many digits can
be used for manual input of a unit price on the
keyboard.
a. Do you want this department to be a single-item-sale department or
a normal department?
(Single-item-sale = 1/Normal = 0) ----> a.________
No limit
2
‚
1 digit
2
⁄
2 digits
2
¤
3 digits
2
‹
4 digits
2
›
5 digits
2
fi
6 digits
2
fl
Manual input not allowed
b. Which tax table do you want to use for automatic calculation of
taxes? See page 21 for information on setting up the tax tables.
Tax Table 1
2
¤
Tax Table 2
2
›
Tax Table 1 and 2
2
fl
No tax calculation
2
‚
(Tax calculation) ----> b. _______
2
·
Selecting · means that you can perform department registrations using their preset unit prices
only.
☞1
After you press a department key, you can loop back and start programming for another department.
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To program a PLU with single-item-sale status
☞1
☞2
OW
☞3
A-A08
Use all four digits
PLU No.
X
Z
s
⁄
p
c
s
to
REG
fi‚‚
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
Linked department
This specification links the PLU to a
department.
Department 1 2
‚⁄
Department 2 2
‚¤
Department 3 2
‚‹
Department 4 2
‚›
Department 5 2
:
:
:
Department 36 2
‚fi
Department 37 2
‹‡
Department 38 2
‹°
Department 39 2
‹·
Department 40 2
›‚
2
‚‚
Non link
☞1
☞2
☞3
Sub-department/PLU specification
Input the total of a + b.
‹fl
a. Do you want this PLU to be a single item
sale PLU or a normal PLU?
(Single-item-sale = 1/
Normal = 0) ----> a.________
b. Which tax table do you want to use for
automatic calculation of taxes?
See page 21 for information on setting up
the tax tables.
(Tax calculation) ----> b. _______
Tax table 1
2
¤
Tax table 2
2
›
Tax table 1 and 2
2
fl
No tax calculation 2
‚
2
‚
Treat as a sub-department 2
⁄
Treat as a PLU
A PLU can register its preset unit price
only. A sub-department can register its
preset price or a manually entered price.
After you press the c key, you can loop back and start programming for another PLU by inputting a new PLU number.
When you press the c key, you can loop back and input another specification which will be assigned to the next PLU.
Press the c key again to program the next PLU number with the same specification.
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More Setups and Operations
Registering single-item-sale items
A-A08
Z
X
REG
OP
The following examples show how you register singleitem-sale departments. Registration of single-item-sale
PLUs is identical.
A-A08
OW
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
Example 1
Tag
DEPT 4
$2.00
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 2
Sales Status
Single-Item
Qty
1
Tender
Cash
$2.11
OPERATION
¤—¢
RECEIPT
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5 Transaction is finalized.
4
•2•0 0 ™
•2•0 0 t ™
•0•1 1 x ™
•2•1 1 C
Example 2
DEPT 4
Tag
$3.00 Preset
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 2
Sales Status
Single-Item
Qty
3
Tender
Cash
$9.47
OPERATION
‹X
¢
RECEIPT
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5 Quantity
4
3
q
•3•0 0 @
•9•0 0 ™
•9•0 0 t ™
•0•4 7 x ™
•9•4 7 C
Example 3
Tag
(a) DEPT 3
(b) DEPT 4
$2.00
$5.00
Tax Calculation
Tax Table 1
Tax Table 2
Sales Status
Normal
Single-Item
Qty
1
1
Tender
Cash
$7.34
OPERATION
¤—£
fi—¢
c
RECEIPT
5 Transaction is not finalized automatically because
Department 3 is a normal department.
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3
4
•2•0 0 ¡
•5•0 0 ™
•2•0 0 t ¡
•0•0 8 x ¡
•5•0 0 t ™
•0•2 6 x ™
•7•3 4 C
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Registering manually entered tax amounts
You can program the cash register to change the function of the P key to that of a M (Manual Tax) key.
The M key is used to register manually entered tax amounts.
Important!
If you program the cash register to perform registrations with manually entered tax amounts, the M
key replaces the P key, so discount/premium registrations become impossible.
Programming for manually input tax registration
OW
A-A08
X
Z
s
‚›‚
P
s
REG
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
Registering manual tax
A-A08
Z
REG
OP
X
A-A08
OW
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
Example
Tag
DEPT 1
DEPT 2
$10.00
$20.00
Tax Calculation
Tender
Tax Table 1 + Manual Tax Amount $0.50
Cash
$31.95
Tax Table 2
OPERATION
⁄‚—¡
fi‚M
¤‚—™
c
RECEIPT
5 Manually entered tax amount
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2
•10•0 0 ¡
•0•5 0 x
•20•0 0 ™
•10•0 0 t¡
•0•4 0 x¡
•20•0 0 t™
•1•0 5 x™
•31•9 5 C
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More Setups and Operations
Programming tax printing and other features
The following procedure lets you program a number of general features and functions.
OW
A-A08
X
Use all four digits
s
Z
1
REG
2
3
s
4
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
1 Tax status for - key
This specification defines where the result of - key operations should be reflected (subtracted from) for tax purposes.
Taxable Amount 1
2
⁄
Taxable Amount 2
2
¤
Taxable Amount 1 and 2
2
‹
Do not reflect
2
‚
2 Input the total of a + b.
a. Do you want to print the taxable amount on the receipt/journal?
(Print = 0/Skip = 2)---->
a.________
b. Do you want to allow negative results produced by - key operations?
(Allow = 4/Do not allow = 0)---->
b.________
3 Input the total of c + d + e.
c. Do you want to use the — key as a [00] key or a [000] key?
([00] key = 0/[000] key = 1)---->
c.________
d. Do you want to display "seconds" during time display?
(Display "Hour, Minute" = 0/"Hour, Minute, Second" = 2)---->
d.________
e. Do you want to feed one line before printing finalization details on the receipt/journal?
(Feed = 0/No feed = 4)---->
e.________
4 Input the total of f + g + h.
f. Do you want to require input of the cash in drawer amount before allowing printing of the daily READ/RESET
report? (Money declaration)
(Required = 1/Not required = 0)---->
f.________
g. Do you want the consecutive number reset to 0001 whenever a daily RESET report is issued?
(Reset = 0/Do not reset = 2)---->
g.________
h. Do you want to prohibit the cancel operation?
(Prohibit = 4/Allow = 0)---->
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h.________
Programming currency exchange
When the ® key is pressed, a current subtotal including tax is converted directly into foreign currency and the result
is displayed, and the subsequent finalization is handled using the foreign currency. The currency exchange function is
released by finalizing the transaction, partial tender operation, receipt issuance, or by pressing the s key.
To program currency exchange rate for the ® key
OW
Up to 6 digits
A-A08
X
s
Z
®
s
REG
OFF
Exchange rate
RF
Position of the decimal point
Mode Switch
Enter the rate up to 5 digits.
Example:
Conversion rate $ 1.00 →
Conversion rate ¥ 1.
→
No decimal point
(Integer only)
1st decimal place
2
‚
2
⁄
2nd decimal place
2
¤
3rd decimal place
2
‹
4th decimal place
2
›
5th decimal place
2
fi
¥ 105.00
2
⁄‚fi‚‚¤
$0.0095238
2
·fi¤‹°fi
To program rounding code for currency exchange calculation
You must input
3 digits.
OW
A-A08
Z
X
s
‚
®
s
REG
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
Rounding code
Monetary mode of foreign currency
Round off:
2
‚
Same as the local currency
2
‚
Round up:
2
⁄
Monetary mode 2 (123.45)
2
¤
Cut off:
2
¤
Monetary mode 0 (12,345)
2
‹
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More Setups and Operations
Registering foreign currency
A-A08
REG
OP
Z
X
A-A08
OW
OFF
RF
1) Full amount tender in foreign currency
Example:
Tag
Mode Switch
Tax Calculation
Qty
DEPT 1
$10.00
Tax Table 1: Add-on tax 7%/Round off
1
DEPT 2
$20.00
Tax Table 2: Add-on tax 8%/Round off
1
Tender
Cash
¥5,000
* Pre-programmed exchange rate: ¥ 1 = $0.0095
Important!
Tenders in a foreign currency can be registered using the c and k keys only. Other finalize
keys cannot be used.
OPERATION
DISPLAY
⁄‚—¡
¤‚—™
®
fi‚——®
(5,000.00)
c
5 Enter the unit price and press the
applicable department key.
01 1º00
5 Enter the next unit price and press
the applicable department key.
02 2º00
5 Press the ® key without entering a numeric value. This operation
converts the subtotal (including tax)
dollar value into yen by applying a
pre-programmed exchange rate.
The result is shown on the display
but not printed on the receipt or
journal.
340º00
5 Enter the amount tendered in yen
and press the ® key. This operation converts the entered yen
amount into dollars by applying a
pre-programmed exchange rate.
The result is shown on the display.
5 Press to finalize the transaction.
Note that you do not need to reenter
the dollar amount.
The register automatically calculates the change amount due in dollars and shows it on the display,
receipts and journal.
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(Displays in $)
(Displays in $)
(Displays in ¥: 3,400.00)
RECEIPT
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1
2
•10•0 0 ¡
•20•0 0 ™
•10•0 0 t ¡
•0•7 0 x ¡
•20•0 0 t ™
•1•6 0 x ™
•32•3 0 T
•5000•0 0 C @
•47•5 0 C
•15•2 0 G
4¶50
(Displays in $: 47.50)
n
1∞ 20
(Displays in $)
2) Partial tender in a foreign currency
Example:
Tag
Tax Calculation
Qty
Tender
DEPT 1
$10.00
Tax Table 1: Add-on tax 7%/Round off
1
Cash
¥3,000
DEPT 2
$20.00
Tax Table 2: Add-on tax 8%/Round off
1
Check
$3.74
* Pre-programmed exchange rate: ¥ 1 = $0.0095
Important!
Partial tender in a foreign currency can be registered using the c key and k keys only. Other
finalization keys cannot be used, but the remaining tender can be finalized using any finalize key.
OPERATION
⁄‚—¡
¤‚—™
®
‹‚——®
(3,000.00)
c
k
DISPLAY
5 Enter the unit price and press the
applicable department key.
01 1º00
5 Enter the next unit price and press
the applicable department key.
02 2º00
5 Press the ® key without entering a numeric value. This operation converts the subtotal (including tax) dollar value into yen by
applying a pre-programmed exchange rate. The result is shown
on the display but not printed on
the receipt or journal.
340º00
5 Enter the partial amount tendered
in yen and press the ® key.
This operation converts the entered yen amount into dollars by
applying a pre-programmed exchange rate. The result is shown
on the display.
(Displays in $)
(Displays in $)
(Displays in ¥: 3,400.00)
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1
2
•10•0 0 ¡
•20•0 0 ™
•10•0 0 t ¡
•0•7 0 x ¡
•20•0 0 t ™
•1•6 0 x ™
•32•3 0 T
•3000•0 0 C @
•28•5 0 C
•3•8 0 K
2•50
(Displays in $: 28.50)
5 Press the c key to specify
cash tender for the yen partial
tender. Note that you do not need
to reenter the dollar amount.
The register automatically deducts
the dollar equivalent of the yen
amount tendered from the total
amount due and shows the amount
on the display.
n
5 Press to finalize the transaction.
n
£80
(Displays in $)
£80
(Displays in $)
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RECEIPT
More Setups and Operations
Calculator functions
A-A08
Z
X
REG
OP
A-A08
OFF
OW
While registering at the REG mode, you can use the
calculator functions and resume the registration by pressing
the D key.
RF
Example 1 (Calculation examples)
Mode Switch
OPERATION
DISPLAY
D
CC
fi§‹¶¤c
¤‹¶fifl•‡ ° c
›•‹¶flª‹±fi§ ° c
⁄fi‚‚•⁄¤P
D
5 Switch to CAL mode
ç
0
5 Clear
0
5 5+3–2=
§
5 (23–56)×78=
-257¢
5 (4×3–6)/3.5+8
ª714
5 12 % on 1500
18º
5 Return to REG mode
º00
Example 2 (Memory recall)
Tag
DEPT 1
DEPT 2
$10.00
$20.00
Tax Calculation Qty
Tax Table 1
1
Tax Table 2
1
OPERATION
Tender
By 2 persons
Cash
$15.70
DISPLAY/RECEIPT
⁄‚—¡
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¤‚—™
1
2
s
D
5 Switch to CAL mode
p
5 Recall subtotal amount.
3¡4
5 Divide the subtotal.
157
.
ª¤c
each
D
5 Return to REG mode
p
5 Recall subtotal amount.
•10•0 0
•20•0 0
¡
™
•10•0 0t ¡
•0•4 0x ¡
•20•0 0t ™
•1•0 0x ™
c
•31•4 0 T
•15•7 0C
•15•7 0C
•0•0 0G
pc
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Programming calculator features
The following procedure lets you program a number of calculator features and functions.
OW
A-A08
X
Z
REG
s
D
s
1
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
1 Input the total of a + b + c.
a. Do you want to open the cash drawer when the "Equal" (c) key is pressed?
(No = 0/Yes = 1)---->
a.________
b. Do you want to open the cash drawer when the "Drawer open" (k) key is pressed?
(No = 0/Yes = 2)---->
b.________
c. Do you want to print the "Equal" (c) key total/count on the general control READ/RESET report?
(Yes = 0/No = 4)---->
c.________
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Reports
This section describes the operations required to produce the various helpful reports that are available.
Printing the cash register's program
To print all PLU programming
OW
A-A08
X
Z
s
⁄
c
Report
print
<Fixed>
REG
OFF
RF
Note: See page 74 for s sample report.
Mode Switch
To print other (non-PLU) programming
OW
A-A08
X
Z
s
c
Report
print
REG
OFF
Note: See page 74 for a sample report.
RF
Mode Switch
Printing READ reports
You can print READ reports at any time during the business day without affecting the data stored in the cash register's
memory.
To print the daily sales READ report
This report shows sales, except for PLUs.
☞1
OW
A-A08
Cash in Drawer Amount
X
Z
REG
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
n
c
Report
print
Money declaration:
Count how much cash is in the drawer and input the amount
(up to 8 digits). The cash register will automatically compare
your input with the amount it has in memory and print the
difference between the two amounts on the report.
Note: See page 75 for a sample report.
☞1
You do not have to input the cash-in-drawer amount unless it is required by programming (page 62).
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To print the PLU/sub-department READ report
This report shows sales for PLUs/sub-departments.
OW
A-A08
X
Z
⁄
Report
print
c
<Fixed>
REG
OFF
RF
Note: See page 76 for a sample report.
Mode Switch
To print the hourly sales READ report
This report shows hourly breakdowns of sales.
OW
A-A08
X
Z
¤
c
Report
print
<Fixed>
REG
OFF
RF
Note: See page 76 for a sample report.
Mode Switch
To print the periodic sales READ report
This report shows breakdowns of sales by any period you want.
OW
A-A08
X
Z
REG
⁄‚
c
Report
print
<Fixed>
OFF
RF
Note: See page 76 for a sample report.
Mode Switch
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Reports
To print the monthly sales READ report
This report shows daily breakdowns of sales for an entire month.
OW
A-A08
X
Z
‹
Report
print
c
<Fixed>
REG
OFF
Note: See page 77 for a sample report.
RF
Mode Switch
To print the financial READ report
This report shows gross sales, net sales, cash in drawer and check in drawer.
☞1
OW
A-A08
n
Cash in Drawer Amount
X
X
Report
print
Z
REG
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
Money declaration:
Count how much cash is in the drawer and input the amount
(up to 8 digits). The cash register will automatically compare
your input with the amount it has in memory and print the
difference between the two amounts on the report.
Note: See page 77 for a sample report.
☞1
Note that if input of this amount is required by programming (page 62), this report will not be printed
unless you input an amount here.
To print the individual department READ report
This report shows sales for specific departments.
☞1
OW
A-A08
¡
X
Z
REG
s
Report
print
to
d∞
OFF
RF
Note: See page 77 for a sample report.
Mode Switch
☞1
After you press a department key, you can loop back and specify another department.
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To print the individual PLU/sub-department READ report
This report shows sales for specific PLUs.
☞1
☞2
OW
A-A08
X
Z
REG
OFF
RF
⁄
to
p
s
Report
print
fi‚‚
<PLU/SUBDEPARTMENT No.>
Mode Switch
Note: See page 77 for a sample report.
☞1
After you press the p key, you can loop back and specify another PLU/sub-department number.
☞2
After you press the p key, you can loop back and press p again to specify the next sequential PLU/subdepartment number.
Printing RESET reports
You should print RESET reports at the end of the business day.
Important!
• The RESET operation issues a report and also clears all sales data from the cash register's memory.
• Be sure to perform the RESET operations at the end of each business day. Otherwise, you will not be
able to distinguish between the sales data for different dates.
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Reports
To print the daily sales RESET report
This report shows sales, except for PLUs.
☞1
OW
A-A08
n
Cash in Drawer Amount
Z
X
REG
OFF
RF
Mode Switch
c
Report
print
Money declaration:
Count how much cash is in the drawer and input the amount
(up to 8 digits). The cash register will automatically compare
your input with the amount it has in memory and print the
difference between the two amounts on the report.
Note: See page 75 for a sample report.
☞1
You do not have to input the cash-in-drawer amount unless it is required by programming (page 62).
To print the PLU/sub-department RESET report
This report shows sales for PLUs/sub-departments.
OW
A-A08
Z
X
⁄
c
Report
print
<Fixed>
REG
OFF
Note: See page 76 for a sample report.
RF
Mode Switch
To print the hourly sales RESET report
This report shows hourly breakdowns of sales.
OW
A-A08
X
Z
REG
¤
c
Report
print
<Fixed>
OFF
Note: See page 76 for a sample report.
RF
Mode Switch
72
To print the periodic sales RESET report
This report shows breakdowns of sales by any period you want.
OW
A-A08
Z
X
⁄‚
Report
print
c
<Fixed>
REG
OFF
Note: See page 76 for a sample report.
RF
Mode Switch
To print the monthly sales RESET report
This report shows daily breakdowns of sales for an entire month.
OW
A-A08
X
Z
‹
c
Report
print
<Fixed>
REG
OFF
Note: See page 77 for a sample report.
RF
Mode Switch
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Reports
Report samples
The format of READ reports and similar to those of RESET reports, except that RESET reports contain the symbol
"Z" and non-resettable number of resets at the top.
All PLU programming report
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Other (Non-PLU) programming report
–––– Date
–––– Machine No./Time
–––– Consecutive No.
X
–––– READ
PLU/Sub-dept. No.
2p
3p
4p
5p
⁄4p
⁄5p
⁄6p
‹7p
›5p
004 0
•1•2 0
002 0
•1•3 0
004 0
•1•4 0
002 0
•1•5 0
004 0
•2•5 0
002 1
•1•4 0
002 0
•1•5 0
002 1
•30•0 0
002 0
•6•0 0
••2983••
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@
@
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X
1
–––– Preset unit price
–––– Linked Dept. No./
Single item sales/
Tax calculation/
Sub-dept./PLU
specification
02
•1•0 0
04
•2•0 0
02
•3•0 0
06
•6•0 0
2
3
6
@
–––– Date
–––– Machine No./Time
–––– Consecutive No.
@
@
@
@
@
000 % 5% 000 0 00 0 # @
0•09 5 # @
01R
000 0 H
@
@
@
@
0% # ¡
000 1 # ¡
0 2 #¡
•0•1 0 # ¡
•0•2 4 # ¡
•0•4 1 # ¡
•0•5 8 # ¡
•0•7 4 # ¡
5•25% # ™
500 2 # ™
000 0 # ™
–––– ROM version No.
–––– Date
••2983••
12•01•96
Department, PLU and Tax tables for which there is nothing
programmed are not printed on these reports. This print sample
shown right hand above is produced when the Percent key is
selected. The print sample (right) would be produced when the
Manual Tax key is selected.
74
6
–––– READ
Dept. No.
–––– Maximum No. of digits
Single item sales
Tax calculation
–––– Preset unit price
Tax calculation
Rounding method
Key function specification
–––– Preset rate for P key
–––– Tax calculation for key/Tax printing and
other features
––– CE: round code
–––– CE: exchange rate
Machine No.
Receipt/Journal
specification
Clerk control function
Post-finalization receipt/
General printing control
Tax table 1
Tax table 2
–––– ROM version No.
–––– Date
06
•0•0 0
@
40
000 0
x
-
Daily sales READ/RESET report
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Z 0001
*4
1
2
3
4
0
69
•339•5 0
19
•62•7 0
31
•139•2 3
23
•132•0 0
16
•94•9 0
n
11
•1156•2 6 # @
n
2
•78•0 0 R
n
1
•6•8 0 P
n
10 V
n
2 VT
n
7 r
n
4
•44•0 7 r T
n
5 #
n
7 CT
–––– Date
–––– Machine No./Time
–––– Clerk No.*1/Consecutive No.
–––– Non resettable No. of resets *2
X = READ/Z = RESET
–––– Department No./No. of items *3
–––– Department amount *3
–––– Gross No. of items
–––– Gross sales
n 100
•1217•6 3 N
–––– Net No. of customers
–––– Net amount
––––
––––
––––
––––
––––
––––
––––
––––
00000 0
001217•6 3
Premium/Discount count
Premium/Discount amount
Reduction count
Reduction amount
Taxable amount 1 *6
Tax 1 *6
Taxable amount 2 *6
Tax 2 *6
*1
*2
*3
1 n
38
•404•0 6
2 n
17
•262•1 0
3 n
20
•189•5 6
4 n
25
•361•9 1
*4
–––– Clerk No. *5/No. of customers *5
–––– Clerk amount *5
*5
*6
*7
n
81
•836•8 6 C
n
10
•197•1 7 H
n
9
•183•6 0 K
––––
––––
––––
––––
––––
––––
Cash sales count
Cash sales amount
Charge sales count
Charge sales amount
Check sales count
Check sales amount
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Currency exchange count
Foreign currency amount
Received on account count
Received on account amount
Paid out count
Paid out amount
Error correction count
Cancelled operation count
Refund key count *7
RF mode operation count *7
RF mode operation amount *7
No sale count
CAL mode count
•908•0 6 C D –––– Cash in drawer
•197•1 7 H D –––– Charge in drawer
•183•6 0 K D –––– Check in drawer
–––– Non-link Department count *3
–––– Non-link Department amount *3
25 3
•1146•9 0 T
%
n
10
•4•6 2
n
8
•3•0 0
•732•5 6 t ¡
•56•8 0 x ¡
•409•7 2 t ™
•21•5 5 x ™
––––
––––
––––
––––
––––
––––
––––
––––
––––
––––
––––
––––
––––
–––– Non-resettable grand sales
total *2 *7
Printed only when the clerk control function is
active on the cash register.
Printed on RESET reports only.
Departments for which the amount and number of
items are both zero are not printed.
The "*" symbol is printed on the RESET report if
an overflow occurred in the totalizer.
Printed only when the clerk control function is
active on the cash register. Clerks for which the
amount and number of items are both zero are not
printed.
Taxable amount and tax are not printed unless the
corresponding tax table is programmed.
This item can be programmed for printing/nonprinting.
Reports
PLU/sub-dept. READ/RESET report
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Z 0001
2p
12
•14•4 0
3p
21
•27•3 0
4p
5
•7•0 0
5p
10
•15•0 0
⁄4p
8
•20•0 0
⁄5p
12
•36•0 0
⁄6p
5
•50•0 0
¤8p
3
•60•0 0
‹2p
13
•65•0 0
‹7p
2
•60•0 0
›5p
4
•24•0 0
•••••••••
95
•378•7 0
*1
*2
*3
Hourly sales READ/RESET report
––––– Date
––––– Machine No./Time
––––– Clerk No.*1/Consecutive No.
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––––– Non resettable No. of resets *2
X = READ/Z = RESET
––––– PLU/sub-dept. No./No. of items *3
––––– PLU/sub-dept. amount *3
Z 0001
10•11
n
17
•171•8 3
11•12
n
21
•196•2 0
•••••••••
n
68
•3356•2 9
*1
*2
*3
––––– Date
––––– Machine No./Time
––––– Clerk No.*1/
Consecutive No.
––––– Non resettable No. of resets *2
X = READ/Z = RESET
––––– 10:00 to 11:00
––––– No. of customers *3
––––– 10:00 to 11:00 amount *3
––––– Total no. of customers
––––– Total amount
Printed only when the clerk control function is active on
the cash register.
Printed on RESET reports only.
Hours for which the amount and number of customers
are both zero are not printed.
Periodic sales READ/RESET report
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––––– Total No. of items
T ––––– Total amount
Z 0001
Z
1
69
•339•5 0
2
19
•62•7 0
3
31
•139•1 0
4
23
•132•0 0
0
16
•94•9 0
25 3
•1146•9 0
Printed only when the clerk control function is active
on the cash register.
Printed on RESET reports only.
PLUs/sub-departments for which the amount and
number of items are both zero are not printed.
n 100
•1217•6 3 N
*1
*2
*3
76
––––– Date
––––– Machine No./Time
––––– Clerk No.*1/
Consecutive No.
––––– Non resettable No. of resets *2
XX = READ/ZZ = RESET
––––– Department No./Department No.
of items *3
––––– Department amount *3
––––– Gross No. of items
T ––––– Gross amount
––––– No. of customers
––––– Total amount
Printed only when the clerk control function is active on
the cash register.
Printed on RESET reports only.
Departments for which the amount and number of items
are both zero are not printed.
Monthly sales READ/RESET report
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*2
1
69
•339•5 0
3
31
•139•1 0
4
23
•132•0 0
––––– Amount for 2nd day of month
12 3
•610•6 0
––––– Total No. of customers for month
T ––––– Total amount for month
*1
Printed only when the clerk control function is active on
the cash register.
Printed on RESET reports only.
Financial report
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X
*2
––––– Department amount
––––– Total No. of items
T ––––– Total amount
Printed only when the clerk control function is active on
the cash register.
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––––– Date
––––– Machine No./Time
––––– Clerk No.*1/Consecutive No.
X
21
•27•3 0
⁄5p
12
•36•0 0
‹2p
13
•65•0 0
46
•128•3 0
Printed only when the clerk control function is active on
the cash register.
Printed only when you input the cash in drawer amount
input before issuing the report.
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––––– Date
––––– Machine No./Time
––––– Clerk No.*1/Consecutive No.
––––– Read symbol
3p
––––– Gross No. of items
––––– Gross amount
––––– Net No. of customers
––––– Net amount
––––– Cash in drawer
––––– Declared amount *2
––––– Difference between memory and
declared amounts *2
Charge in drawer
Check in drawer
*1
*1
––––– Department No./
Department No. of items
Individual PLU report
––––– Read symbol
25 3
•1146•9 0 T
n 100
•1217•6 3 N
•908•0 6 C D
•908•0 6 #
0•0 0
•197•1 7 H D
•183•6 0 K D
––––– Date
––––– Machine No./Time
––––– Clerk No.*1/
Consecutive No.
––––– Read symbol
X
––––– Non resettable No. of resets *2
X = READ/Z = RESET
––––– 1st day of month/No. of customers
for 1st day of month
01 n 100
•1217•6 3
02 n
59
•813•2 8
03 n 121
•1825•4 9
*1
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––––– Date
––––– Machine No./Time
––––– Clerk No.*1/Consecutive No.
Z 0001
n2130
•11917•0 2
Individual department report
––––– PLU/Sub-dept.No./
PLU/Sub-dept. No. of items
––––– PLU/Sub-dept. amount
––––– Total No. of items
T ––––– Total amount
Printed only when the clerk control function is active on
the cash register.
Troubleshooting
This section describes what to do when you have problems with operation.
When an error occurs...
Errors are indicated by an error tone. When this happens, you can usually find out what the problem is as illustrated
below.
Error Tone
Check the display for an error code
(E01, E08, E11, E27, E38)
Did you make a
mistake in operation?
Is the Mode Switch in the
correct position?
Press the C key.
Press the C key.
Check the appropriate section
of this manual for the operation
you want to perform.
Set the Mode Switch to the
correct position (page 10).
Error codes
Error code
Meaning
Action
E01
Mode switch position changed before finalization.
Return the mode switch to its original setting
and finalize the operation.
E08
Registration without entering a clerk number.
This error appears only when the clerk control
function is activated.
Enter a clerk number.
E11
Registration attempted while the drawer of
the register is open.
Shut the drawer before attempting to perform a registration.
E27
Transaction cancel buffer is full.
Finalize the transaction.
E38
READ/RESET operation without declaration
of cash in drawer. This error appears only
when the money declaration (cash in drawer
amount input) is required by programming.
Perform money declaration.
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When the register does not operate at all...
Perform the following check whenever the cash registers enter an error condition as soon as you switch it on. The
results of this check are required by service personnel, so be sure to perform this check before you contact a CASIO
representative for servicing.
Start
Is register
plugged in?
No
Plug in the power cord.
Yes
Is power on?
No
Set the mode switch to any position other than OFF.
Yes
Do figures appear
on the display?
No
Yes
Is the electrical
outlet you are using
supplying power?
No
Use a different outlet.
Yes
Contact CASIO representative
for servicing.
No
Do keys function?
Yes
No
Is mode switch
position correct?
Set to correct position.
Yes
Contact CASIO representative
for servicing.
No
Does paper feed?
Yes
No
Is paper loaded
correctly?
Load paper.
Yes
Contact CASIO representative
for servicing.
Is printing
performed?
No
Is ink roll working?
No
Install new ink roll.
Yes
Is printer working?
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No
Contact CASIO representative
for servicing.
Troubleshooting
In case of power failure...
If the power supply to the cash register is cut by a power failure or any other reason, simply wait for power to be
restored. The details of any on-going transaction as well as all sales data in memory are protected by the memory
backup batteries.
•
Power failure during a registration
The subtotal for items registered up to the power failure is retained in memory. You will be able to continue with the registration
when power is restored.
•
Power failure during printing or a READ/RESET report
The data already printed before the power failure is retained in memory, so simply perform the READ/RESET operation after
power is restored. Note that a power failure in this case increments the consecutive number.
•
Power failure during printing of a receipt and journal
Printing will resume after power is restored. A line that was being printed when the power failure occurred is reprinted in full.
•
Other
The power failure symbol is printed and any item that was being printed when the power failure occurred is reprinted in full.
Important!
Once receipt/journal printing or printing of a report starts, it can be stopped only by interruption of
power to the cash register. Even if you set the mode switch to OFF while printing is being performed,
the printing operation continues until it is completed. This means that once RESET printing starts, it
will continue until printing of the report is completed and all sales data is cleared from memory.
About the low battery power indicator...
The following shows the low battery indicator.
l
º00
If this indicator appears when you switch the cash register on, it can mean one of three things:
•
•
•
No memory backup batteries are loaded in the cash register.
The power of the batteries loaded in the unit is below a certain level.
The batteries loaded in the cash register are dead.
To clear this sign, press the C key.
Important!
Whenever the low battery power indicator appears on the display, load a set of three new batteries as
soon as possible. If there is a power failure or you unplug the cash register when one of the above three
conditions exists, you will lose all of your settings and sales data.
BE SURE TO KEEP THE POWER CORD OF THE CASH REGISTER
PLUGGED IN WHENEVER YOU REPLACE THE BATTERIES.
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User Maintenance and Options
To replenish stamp ink
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove the printer cover.
Grasp the stamp pad on both side and lift it out of its holder.
Fill one or two drops of ink into the hole on the back of the stamp.
Replace the stamp pad in its holder.
Replace the printer cover.
Important!
Use only CASIO SUPER INK K. Chemical reaction between different of types of ink can damage the
stamp pad.
Stamp pad holder
Back of stamp
pad
Stamp pad
To replace the ink roll
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the printer cover.
Grasp the center of the old ink roll and pull it towards you to remove it (Figure 1).
Install a new ink roll, inserting it straight into the register. Make sure that it fits securely in place (Figure 2).
Replace the printer cover.
Figure 1
Figure 2
Important!
Use only IR-93 ink rolls. Other types of ink rolls can damage the printer. Never try to extend the life
of an ink roll replenishing the ink. Once an ink roll is in place, press the n key to test for correct
operation.
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User Maintenance and Options
To replace journal paper
X
Z
1
Set the mode switch to the
REG position and remove the
printer cover.
REG
OFF
RF
7
8
9
10
2
3
4
5
6
Press the F key to feed about
20 cm of paper.
Press the F key to feed the
remaining paper from the
printer.
Cut the journal paper at a point
where nothing is printed.
Do not pull the paper out of the
printer by hand. Doing so can
damage the printer.
Remove the journal take-up
reel from its holder.
Remove the old paper roll from
the cash register.
Slide the printed journal from
the take-up reel.
Load new paper as described
on page 16 of this manual.
Cut the journal paper as shown
in the photograph.
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To replace receipt paper
X
1
Z
Set the mode switch to the
REG position and remove the
printer cover.
REG
OFF
RF
2
3
4
5
6
Cut the receipt paper as shown
in the photograph.
Do not pull the paper out of the
printer by hand. Doing so can
damage the printer.
Press the f key to feed the
remaining paper from the
printer.
Remove the old paper roll from
the cash register.
Load new paper as described
on page 17 of this manual.
Options
WT-58 wetproof cover
The optional wetproof cover protects the keyboard from moisture damage.
Department key conversion kit
Consult with your CASIO dealer or call 1-800-YO-CASIO for full details.
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CE-2400 Specifications
INPUT METHOD
Entry:
Department:
DISPLAY (LED)
PRINTER
Printer:
Receipt:
Journal:
Print speed:
Feed speed:
Paper roll:
CALCULATIONS
CHRONOLOGICAL DATA
Date print:
Time print:
Time display:
ALARM
10-key system; Buffer memory 14 keys (2-key roll over)
Full key system
Amount 8 digits (Zero suppression); Department No.; PLU No;
No. of repeats; TOTAL; CHANGE
12 digits (Amount 10 digits/Symbol 2 digits)
Receipt ON/OFF switch
Stamp is printed automatically
Stamp size: 15 (H) × 30 (W) mm
12 digits (Amount 10 digits/Symbol 2 digits)
Automatic take up roll winding
2.5 lines/sec.
12.5 lines/sec.
45 mm × 83 mm ø (Max.)
Entry 8 digits; Registration 7 digits; Total 8 digits
Automatic date printout on receipts and journal
Automatic calendar
Automatic time printout on receipts and journal
24-hour system
Entry confirmation signal; Error alarm
TOTALIZERS
Category
*
No. of
totalizers
Contents
Count
No. of items
(4 digits)
(4 digits)
Amount
(8 digits)
Department
40
(4 digits integer/
2 digits decimal)
PLU
500
(4 digits integer/
2 digits decimal)
Hourly sales
Monthly sales
Clerk*
Transaction
Non-resettable
grand sales total
24
31
20
23
Reset counter
5
Consecutive No.
1
1
or
or
No. of customers
(4 digits)
Periodic
totalizers
or
14 digits
4 digits
Available only when the clerk control function is active on the cash register.
Memory protection
batteries
The effective service life of the memory protection batteries (three new SUM-3 or UM-3 type batteries) is
approximately one year from installation into the machine.
Power supply/
Power consumption
As noted on the plate affixed to right side of register.
Operating temperature
32°F ~ 104°F (0°C ~ 40°C)
Humidity
10 ~ 90%
Dimensions
and weight
105/8"(H) × 133/4"(W) × 1515/16"(D)/17 lbs 3 oz ................. with medium size drawer
*
Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
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Index
A
G
Arithmetic operation key ............................... 13, 66
Grand total ...........................................................75
B
H
Battery compartment ....................................... 9, 14
High digit limitation ............................................30
C
I
Calculator features ............................................... 66
Calculator mode key ............................................ 13
Cancel (key) ......................................................... 12
Cancel (registration) ............................................ 53
Cash/Amount tender key ..................................... 13
Charge (key) ........................................................ 13
Charge (registration) ............................................ 46
Check (key) ......................................................... 13
Check (registration) ............................................. 46
Clear (key) ........................................................... 12
Clear (operation)............................................ 51, 66
Clerk number key ................................................ 13
Clerk sign on/off .................................................. 56
Consecutive number ................................ 27, 55, 62
Correction ...................................................... 51, 52
Currency exchange (key) ..................................... 12
Currency exchange (operation) ..................... 64, 65
Ink roll (location) ................................................... 9
Ink roll (replacement) .......................................... 81
J
Journal ................................................................. 27
Journal feed key ................................................... 12
Journal skip .................................................... 27, 55
K
Key (Drawer key) .................................................. 9
Key (Mode key) ................................................... 10
Key (Operator key) ..............................................10
Key (Owner key) ................................................. 10
Keyboard ......................................................... 9, 12
L
Load paper (Receipt/Journal) ........................ 16, 17
Low battery indicator .......................................... 80
D
Daily sales report ........................................... 68, 72
Date & time display ............................................. 20
Date & time setting .............................................. 19
Department (key) ................................................. 13
Department (registration) ........................... 30 ~ 32
Department report ................................................ 70
Department shift key ........................................... 13
Discount...................................................... 39 ~ 41
Display............................................................. 9, 11
Drawer ............................................................. 9, 10
Drawer lock ..................................................... 9, 10
Drawer open key ............................................ 13, 67
Drawer release lever ............................................ 10
M
Machine number ............................................ 18, 27
Main display .................................................... 9, 11
Manual tax (key) .................................................. 12
Manual tax (registration) ..................................... 61
Memory backup battery................................. 14, 80
Memory recall ............................................... 13, 66
Merchandise subtotal ..................................... 13, 44
Minus key (reduction) ............................. 12, 42, 43
Mode key ............................................................. 10
Mode switch .................................................... 9, 10
Money declaration ............................. 62, 68, 70, 72
Multiplication (key) .............................................12
Multiplication (registration) ....................31, 36, 37
E
Equal key ....................................................... 13, 66
Error code ............................................................ 78
Error correct key .................................................. 12
Error correct registration ..................................... 52
N
No sale (key) ........................................................12
No sale (registration) ........................................... 53
Non-add (key) ...................................................... 12
Non-add (registration) ......................................... 46
Non-resettable grand total ...................................75
F
Feed key (Receipt/Journal) .................................. 12
Financial report.................................................... 70
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Index
O
S
Open key .............................................................. 13
Open key operation .............................................. 30
Operator key ........................................................ 10
Owner key ........................................................... 10
Single-item-sale .......................................... 58 ~ 60
Split package pricing ..................................... 32, 38
Stamp (inking) ..................................................... 81
Stamp (location) .................................................... 9
Sub-department .......................................... 35 ~ 38
Subtotal (key) ...................................................... 13
Subtotal (printing) ............................................... 55
Subtotal (registration) ....................................31, 40
P
Paid out (key) ...................................................... 13
Paid out (registration) .......................................... 50
Paper feed key (Receipt/Journal) ......................... 12
Paper installation ............................... 16, 17, 82, 83
Percent (key) ........................................................ 12
Percent (registration) ..................................... 40, 41
Periodic report ............................................... 69, 73
PLU/Sub-department key ....................................12
PLU registration .......................................... 35~ 38
Pop-up display .................................................9, 11
Post receipt .......................................................... 57
Post receipt key.................................................... 12
Power failure ....................................................... 80
Premium .............................................................. 41
Preset price (department) ............................... 29, 31
Preset price (PLU) ......................................... 33, 35
Preset price (sub-department) ........................ 33, 36
Price key .............................................................. 12
Printer cover .......................................................... 9
Program read ....................................................... 68
T
Take-up reel ........................................................... 9
Tax calculation status (department) ..................... 28
Tax calculation status (PLU/sub-dept.) ............... 34
Tax calculation status (discount/premium) .......... 39
Tax calculation status (reduction) ........................ 42
Tax shift key ........................................................ 13
Tax shift operation ............................................... 45
Tax table programming ............................... 21 ~ 25
Time setting ......................................................... 19
U
V
W
Q
X
X mode (READ mode) ........................................ 10
X report (READ report) ............................ 68 ~ 71
R
READ report............................................... 68 ~ 71
Receipt feed key .................................................. 12
Receipt key (Post receipt key) ............................. 12
Receipt on/off switch ............................................. 9
Received on account key ..................................... 13
Received on account registration ......................... 50
Reduction (minus key) ........................................ 43
Refund (key) ........................................................ 12
Refund key (registration) ..................................... 48
Refund mode ....................................................... 10
Refund mode (registration).................................. 49
Register mode ...................................................... 10
Repeat counter ..................................................... 11
Repeat registration ................................... 31, 35, 36
RESET report ............................................. 71 ~ 73
Return operation ............................................ 48, 49
Roll paper installation ....................... 16, 17, 82, 83
Roll paper specification ....................................... 84
Y
Z
Z mode (RESET mode) ....................................... 10
Z report (RESET report) ............................. 71 ~ 73
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LIMITED WARRANTY: ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTERS
This product, except the battery, is warranted by Casio to the original purchaser to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use for a period,
from the date of purchase, of one year for parts and 90 days for labor. For one year, upon proof of purchase, the product will be repaired or replaced (with the same
or a similar model) at Casio's option, at a Casio Authorized Service Center without charge for parts. Labor will be provided without charge for 90 days. The terminal
resident software and programmable software, if any, included with this product or any programmable software which may be licensed by Casio or one of its
authorized dealers, is warranted by Casio to the original licensee for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of license to conform substantially to published
specifications and documentation provided it is used with the Casio hardware and software for which it is designed.
For a period of ninety (90) days, upon proof of license, Casio will, at its option, replace defective terminal resident software or programmable software, correct
significant program errors, or refund the license fee for such software. Significant program errors will be significant deviations from written documentation or
specifications. These are your sole remedies for any breach of warranty. In no event will Casio's liability exceed the license fee, if any, for such software. This
warranty will not apply if the product has been misused, abused, or altered.
Without limiting the foregoing, battery leakage, bending of the unit, a broken display tube, and any cracks or breaks in the display will be presumed to have resulted
from misuse or abuse. To obtain warranty service you must take or ship the product, freight prepaid, with a copy of the sales receipt or other proof of purchase and
the date of purchase, to a Casio Authorized Service Center. Due to the possibility of damage or loss, it is recommended when shipping the product to a Casio
Authorized Service Center that you package the product securely and ship it insured. CASIO HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. NO
RESPONSIBILITY IS ASSUMED FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION DAMAGES
RESULTING FROM MATHEMATICAL INACCURACY OF THE PRODUCT OR LOSS OF STORED DATA. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE
EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS OR EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT
APPLY TO YOU. This warranty gives you specific rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
CASIO, INC.
570 MOUNT PLEASANT AVENUE,
P. O. BOX 7000, DOVER, NEW JERSEY 07801 U.S.A.
Model: ................................... Serial Number: ................................... Date of Purchase: ............................................
Your Name: ...................................................................................................................................................................
Address: ........................................................................................................................................................................
Dealer's Name: .............................................................................................................................................................
Address: ........................................................................................................................................................................
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CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.
6-1, Nishi-Shinjuku 2-chome
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 163-02, Japan
SA9609-B Printed in Malaysia
CE-2400 * INC