2. Programming
2-10. Checking the Machine Settings
To obtain a printout that shows
the cash register settings, turn the
mode switch to the Z/PGM position
and use the following sequence:
General & Tax Settings
To see the general and tax settings, turn the mode
switch to the Z/PGM position and press
.
u
Dept. code
Taxable status
Sign and unit price
Entry digit limit
SICS (1) / Normal (0)
3. Reports
Reading and Resetting Sales
X/Z Report Sample
Reset counter
Reset symbol
(“X” is printed in the
case of X reports.)
X Reports
This report, when taken in
the X/Flash mode, prints the
accumulated information of
sales. Taking an X report is
a good way to do a mid-day check on daily sales.
You can take X reports any number of times,
because they do not affect the cash register’s
memory.
To issue an X report, turn the mode switch to the
X/Flash position and press
Grand total
Quantity
Dept. code
Amount
Percent counter
and total
Item void counter
and total
Void mode counter
and total
Secret code
Miscellaneous settings
Printing format
Percentage tax rate(Tax1)
Minimum taxable amount
The contents of Z reports
are the same as those of
X reports, but issuance of
a Z report resets all the
transaction totals to zero. To issue a Z report, turn
the mode switch to the Z/PGM position.
If the secret code is programmed, you
must enter the secret code and press
after this step.
D
A
For Z reports without grand total resetting
Press
A.
D
Tax table(Tax2)
If the secret code is programmed, you
have to enter the secret code and press
again after this step.
Sales total
(Total amount of sales transaction including tax)
A
Cash sale total
Check sale counter
and total
Charge sale counter
and total
Received-on-account total
Paid-out total
No sale counter
Cash in drawer
(Total amount of cash payment, change and RA/PO)
For Z reports with grand total resetting
If you want to reset the grand total (GT) when
instead of
.
taking the Z report, press
Other than resetting the grand total, this report is
the same as the normal Z reports.
If the secret code is programmed, you
have to enter the secret code and press
again after this step.
C
Clerk code
Date
Time
Receipt number
Taxable 1 total
Tax 1 total
Taxable 2 total
Tax 2 total
Taxable 3 total
Tax 3 total
Taxable 4 total
Tax 4 total
Count of transactions
D
A
C
Clerk 1 sale total
PLU Settings
To see the PLU settings, turn the mode switch to
the Z/PGM position and press
.
p
PLU code
Associated department
Press the following key in the X/Flash mode:
Department Total Department key
Unit price
Sales Total
Cash in Drawer
Before Calling for Service
If you encounter any of the following problems,
please read below before calling for service.
The display does not illuminate even when
the mode switch is not set to “OFF”.
•Is power supplied to the electric outlet?
•Is the AC adapter plug out or loosely connected
to the electric outlet?
•Is the AC adapter connector out or loosely
connected to the AC adapter jack?
The display shows symbols that do not make
sense.
•Was the machine reset in the proper way shown
on “Quick Set-up Guide”?
The machine fails to operate when any key is
pressed.
•Is the power supplied to the electrical outlet?
(Plug in another electrical device.)
•Is the AC adapter plug out or loosely connected
to the electric outlet?
•Is the AC adapter connector out or loosely
connected to the AC adapter jack?
The display is illuminated, but the machine
does not accept key entries.
•Is the mode switch properly set to the REG
position?
•Was the machine reset in the proper way shown
on “Quick Set-up Guide”?
No receipt is issued.
•Is the receipt paper roll properly installed?
•Is there a paper jam?
•Is the receipt function in the “OFF” status?
For the details on the ON/OFF status of the
Receipt printing, refer to “Printing Format” of “2.
Programming” section.
Printing is faded or illegible.
•The ink roller may have reached the end of its
useful life. Please replace.
•Is the ink roller installed properly?
Others
•Have you reviewed FAQ’s?
See the back of the Quick Setup Guide for
commonly asked questions & answers.
Clerk 2 sale total
Flash Reports (displayed but not printed)
Clerk 3 sale total
Clerk 4 sale total
u
c
Specifications
Model:
XE-A107
Dimensions:
13-31/64 (W) × 14-3/16 (D) × 7-31/64 (H) inches
(335 (W) × 360 (D) × 190 (H) mm)
Weight:
Approx. 8.8 lbs. (4.0 kg)
Power source:
120V AC, 60Hz
END-USER LIMITED WARRANTY
SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION warrants to the first end-user purchaser (the “Purchaser”) that this Sharp
brand product (the “Product”), when new and shipped in its original container, will be free from defective
workmanship and materials, and agrees that it will, at its option, either repair the defect or replace the defective
Product or part thereof with a new or remanufactured equivalent at no charge to the Purchaser for parts or labor for
the period(s) set forth below.
•Be very careful when removing and replacing the printer cover, as the cutter mounted on it is very sharp.
•Install the register in a location not subject to direct sunlight, unusual temperature changes, high
humidity or splashing water.
Installation in such locations could cause damage to the cabinet and the electronic components.
•Never install the register in saline areas (e.g.: close to the sea).
Installing the register in such locations could cause component failure with the corrosion.
•Never operate the register with wet hands.
The water could seep into the interior of the register and cause component failure.
•When cleaning the register, use a dry, soft cloth. Never use solvents, such as benzine and/or thinner.
The use of such chemicals will lead to discoloration or deterioration of the cabinet.
•The register plugs into any standard wall outlet (120V AC).
Other electrical devices on the same electrical circuit could cause the register to malfunction.
•For protection against data loss, please install three alkaline batteries LR6 (“AA” size) after initializing
the register.
•When handling the batteries, please observe the following:
Incorrectly using batteries can cause them to burst or leak, possibly damaging the interior of the
register.
•RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.
•Be sure that the positive (+) and negative (–) poles of each battery are facing in the proper
direction for installation.
•Never mix batteries of different types.
•Never mix old batteries and new ones.
•Never leave dead batteries in the battery compartment.
•Remove the batteries if you do not plan to use the register for long periods.
•Should a battery leak, clean out the battery compartment immediately, taking care to avoid
letting the battery fluid come into direct contact with your skin.
•For battery disposal, follow the corresponding law in your country.
•For complete electrical disconnection, disconnect the AC adapter.
•Be sure to use the attached AC adapter. Otherwise, an electric shock or fire may be caused.
•Do not use the AC adapter in devices other than this register.
Keyboard
Check slot
The warranties described herein shall be the sole and exclusive warranties granted by Sharp and shall be the sole
and exclusive remedy available to the Purchaser. Correction of defects, in the manner and for the period of time
described herein, shall constitute complete fulfillment of all liabilities and responsibilities of Sharp to the Purchaser
with respect to the Product, and shall constitute full satisfaction of all claims, whether based on contract, negligence,
strict liability or otherwise. In no event shall Sharp be liable, or in any way responsible, for any damages or defects
in the Product which were caused by repairs or attempted repairs performed by anyone other than an authorized
servicer. Nor shall Sharp be liable or in any way responsible for any incidental or consequential economic or
property damage. Some states do not allow limits on warranties or on remedies for breach in certain transactions; in
such states, the limits herein may not apply.
Accessories:
Quick Set-up Guide: 1 copy
Instruction manual: 1 copy (this manual)
Operation Reference Guide: 1 copy
Paper roll: 1 roll
Mode key (same as Drawer lock key): 2
AC adapter: 1
Ink roller: 1 (already installed)
EFT flyer: 1
*Specifications and appearance are subject to
change without notice for improvement.
AC adapter jack
Mode Switch
Drawer lock
Keyboard Layout
The mode switch enables the register to perform
a variety of functions. The mode switch can be
operated by inserting the supplied mode key (the
same key as drawer lock key).
The key can be inserted into or withdrawn from
the switch only in the REG or OFF position.
(Be sure to have this information available when you need
service for your product.)
Where to Obtain Service:
From a Sharp Authorized Servicer located in the United States.
To find the location of the nearest Sharp Authorized Servicer,
call Sharp toll free at 1- 800-BE-SHARP.
What to do to Obtain Service:
Ship prepaid or carry in your Product to a Sharp
Authorized Servicer. Be sure to have Proof of Purchase
available. If you ship the Product, be sure it is insured and
packaged securely.
TO OBTAIN PRODUCT INFORMATION, CALL 1-800-BE-SHARP OR VISIT www.sharpusa.com.
SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
Sharp Plaza, Mahwah, New Jersey 07495-1163
1-800-BE-SHARP
http://www.sharpusa.com
Refer to “Quick Set-up Guide”
For Operation Examples,
Refer to “Operation Reference Guide”
Mode key
REG:
Permits transaction entry.
OFF:
Turns the display off. No operations are
possible.
VOID:
Permits correction after finalizing a
transaction.
X/Flash:Permits printing of sales reports and
displaying the flash reports.
Z/PGM: Permits printing and resetting of sales
reports and programming.
Your register is equipped with a front LED (LightEmitting Diode) display that affords easy visibility
of 8 digits for the operator during transaction.
Department code
Repeat
AC adapter connecter
Your Product Model Number & Description: XE-A107 Cash Register
Any consumable items such as paper supplied with the Product.
For Set-up,
AC adapter
Printer cover
Humidity:
20 % to 90 %
Cash drawer:
4 slots for bills and 5 for coin denominations
Plug the AC adapter connector into
the AC adapter jack, then plug the AC
adapter into the wall outlet.
Display
Working temperatures:
32 to 104 °F (0 to 40 ºC)
Additional Item(s) Excluded from
Warranty Coverage (if any):
For assistance
Visit: www.sharp-register.com
Call: 1-800-BE-SHARP
Display
Mode switch
Drawer
One (1) Year Parts and 90 Days labor from date of purchase
Thank you for purchasing the SHARP Electronic Cash Register Model XE-A107.
Please read this manual carefully before operating your machine. Keep this manual for
future reference. It will help you solve any operational problems that you may encounter.
Getting Started
Part Names
In order to enforce the rights under this limited warranty, the Purchaser should follow the steps set forth below and
provide proof of purchase to the servicer.
Warranty Period for this Product:
Printed in China
Part Names and Functions
Neither the sales personnel of the seller nor any other person is authorized to make any warranties other than those
described herein, or to extend the duration of any warranties beyond the time period described herein on behalf of
Sharp.
Paper Roll:
Width: 2-1/4 ± 1/64 inches (57.5±0.5 mm)
Max. diameter: 3-5/32 inches (80 mm)
Quality: Bond paper (1/64 inch (0.06 mm to
0.08 mm) thickness)
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
IMPORTANT
This warranty does not apply to any appearance items of the Product nor to the additional excluded item(s) set forth
below nor to any Product the exterior of which has been damaged or defaced, which has been subjected to improper
voltage or other misuse, abnormal service or handling, or which has been altered or modified in design or
construction.
Model Specific Section (Carry-in Service)
XE-A107
CAUTION
Power consumption:
Stand-by: 1.5 W
Operating:2.3 W (max.)
Printer:
Type:
1 station print wheel selective type
Printing capacity:
Max. 13 digits
Other functions:
Receipt (ON-OFF) function
MODEL
The AC power socket-outlet should be installed near the equipment and should be easily accessible.
To the extent permitted by applicable state law, the warranties set forth herein are in lieu of, and exclusive of, all
other warranties, express or implied. Specifically, ALL OTHER WARRANTIES OTHER THAN THOSE SET FORTH
ABOVE ARE EXCLUDED. ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR USE, AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE SPECIFICALLY
EXCLUDED. If, under applicable warranties is limited to the period(s) from the date of purchase set forth below.
Display:
LED (Light-Emitting Diode) 7-segment display
(8 positions)
ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER
FCC Regulations state that any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly
approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used
in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case
the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
All Depts. counter
and total
A.
Z Reports
Taxable status for %
Sign and rate for %
WARNING
F: Paper feed key
Q: Multiplication / Time display key
l: Clear key
v: Void / Decimal point key
G: Escape key
T: Tax1 shift / Paid-out key
U: Tax2 shift / Received-on account key
%: Percent key
0 :, 1 9:Numeric keys
H: Department shift key
p: PLU (Price Look Up) key
! $: Department keys
C: Check key
L: Clerk code entry key
u: Non-add code / Subtotal key
c: Charge key
A: Cash / No sale key
PLU code
Department code: Indicates the department
entered. For example, if department 1 was
pressed, “1” would appear.
PLU code: Indicates the PLU code entered.
Repeat: Indicates the number of times the same
department key or PLU key is pressed
repeatedly. If an entry is repeated more than
ten times, only the last digit is displayed (12
displays as “2”).
Symbols and figures appearing on the display:
Error: Appears when an error is made. If
this occurs during a transaction because of
an extra digit entry, simply press l and
re-enter correctly.
Program: Appears when the cash register is
being programmed in the “Z/PGM” mode.
Finalization: Appears when a transaction is
finalized by pressing A, c or C.
Subtotal: Appears when the cash register
computes a subtotal when u is pressed,
and also when an amount tendered is less
than the total sales amount.
Change: Appears whenever a change due
amount is displayed.
Low battery: Appears when the voltage of
the installed batteries is under the required
level. You need to replace the batteries with
new ones very soon. (See “Maintenance”
section for explanation.)
No battery: Appears when the batteries are
not installed, or the installed batteries are
dead. You must immediately replace the
batteries with new ones. (See “Maintenance”
section or “Quick Set-up Guide” for
explanation.)
D
• When the department key sign is set to
“minus”, a minus sign (-) appears.
• The decimal point is shown as “ ”.
• When secret code is set, “----” appears
when characters are entered.
Before using the register for the first time, read
the “Quick Set-up Guide” and program the
register. The “Quick Set-up Guide” contains the
following information.
Never install the batteries into the cash
register before initializing it. Before you
start operating the cash register, you
must first initialize it, then install three
new alkaline batteries LR6 (“AA” size)
on the register. Otherwise, distorted
memory contents and malfunction of the
cash register will occur.
C
HARDWARE SET-UP
Step 1Initializing the Cash Register
Step 2Installing Batteries
Step 3Installing a Paper Roll
PROGRAMMING
Step 4Setting Time and Date
Step 5Setting Tax Rates (%)
Step 6Assigning Tax Rate to Departments
ENTERING TRANSACTIONS
Step 7Enter a Transaction
SALES REPORTS
Step 8Reading / Resetting
1. Entries
2. Programming
Before you begin entries,
turn the mode switch to
the REG position.
Flow of Register Use During
the Day
Before the Store Opens
•Make sure you have enough receipt paper for
the day.
•Note, the total currency value placed in the
drawer to start the day.
•Run an X report , to confirm daily totals were
reset to zero at the close of the previous day. If
not, run Z report. (See “3.Reports”)
•Turn the key to the REG position and begin
sales.
During the Business Day
•To enter sales (See “Operation Example” ,“1-1.
Department” , “1-2.PLU”).
•Use discounts (See “1-3.Percent key”).
•Make corrections (See “1-9.Correction”).
•Clear errors (See “1-12.When an Error Occurs”).
•Check sales totals by running X reports. (See
“3.Reports”)
Operation Examples
1-1. Department
When Paid by Cash
Repetitive Department Entries
1.Turn the mode switch to the REG position.
2.Enter the clerk code and press L. (Once the
clerk code is entered, you need not enter the
clerk code at the start of each transaction until
the clerk is changed.)
3.Enter the price for the first item.
4.Press the appropriate department key.
5.Repeat steps 3 and 4 for all the remaining items.
6.Press u to display the amount due including
any tax (you can omit this step).
7.Enter the amount received from the customer
(you can omit this step if the amount tendered is
the same as the subtotal).
8.Press A, and the change due is displayed
and the drawer opens.
9.Close the drawer.
To enter two or more of the same item, press the
appropriate department key repeatedly.
<Example>
Selling a $ 5.00 item (dept. 1) and a $8.00 item
(dept. 3), and receiving $20.00 from your customer
for cash:
1L
500!
800#
Clerk code
Price and dept.
Price and dept.
u
2000
A
•Run an end of day “Z report” (see “3.Reports)
which provide final day sales and clears sales
totals on the cash register.
•Turn the key to the OFF position.
* Note, the cash amount started with at the
beginning of the day will not be reflected in the X
or Z reports
<Example>
Selling five pieces of $1.50 item (dept. 1) and three
pieces of $3.50 item (dept. 3) for check payment:
Discount for a subtotal:
entry of all items u percentage rate %
(ex. For 5%, enter 500.)
Single Item Cash Sale (SICS) Entry
This function is used for the sale of one item to be
paid by cash. It is applicable only to departments
programmed for single-item cash sales or to
PLUs associated with such departments. After the
appropriate department or p key is pressed, the
transaction is complete and the drawer opens. For
the programming of SICS, see the Department
Status section in “Programming”.
1-2. PLU (Price Look Up)
When Paid by a Credit Card
Press c instead of A at the end of the
transaction (Step 8 in the above operation). The
amount tendered cannot be entered.
Press C instead of A at the end of the
transaction (Step 8 in the above operation). The
amount tendered can be entered like a cash sale
and the change due is displayed.
Mixed Tender Sale
When the amount tendered by cash or check
is less than the sales amount including tax, the
display shows a deficit and “ ”. To compensate for
the deficit, make an additional amount-tendered
entry or make a charge entry.
The percent key is used to apply a discount or
premium to an item or to a subtotal.
You can manually enter a discount (or premium)
rate. Once the rate is preset for % , you can skip
the step of entering the rate.
Discount for an item:
entry of an item
percentage rate
%
(ex. For 20%, enter 2000.)
5Q150! 3Q350#
u C
The PLU function allows speedy key entries. When
a PLU code has been assigned to an item and a
price for it has been programmed, entry of the code
automatically calls up the price for the item. Up to
80 PLU codes are programmable. See the PLU
programming section in “Programming”.
To enter a sale of a PLU item, simply enter its code
and press p.
<Example>
Selling a PLU1 item (price:$1.20) for cash and
receiving $5.00 from your customer:
1p u 500 A
<Example>
Applying a 10% discount to a $1.50 item (dept.1):
150! 1000 %
Selling a $5.00 item (dept. 1) and a $8.00 item
(dept. 3), and applying a 10% discount to the
subtotal of the transaction:
500! 800#
u 1000 %
D
The register is set by default to tax the
original amount before the discount. To tax
the amount after the discount is applied,
see “2-3. Programming the Percent key”
to change the setting.
1-4. Entering a Refund
The cash register has no refund key. You must use
the following alternative method to make a refund
entry. A negative department for refund must be
programmed in advance. Check the taxable status
of the returned item is the same as that of the
programmed negative department. If not, use the
appropriate tax shift key to change the taxable status.
<Example>
Refund entry for a $2.00 item (taxable 1):
200$* A or c
Refund entry for a $5.00 item (non taxable):
Automatic Tax Calculation
When the register is programmed with a tax
table or tax rate method and the tax status of a
department is programmed as taxable, the register
automatically computes the tax on any item entered
using the department key for that department or a
PLU code associated with that department.
Taxable Subtotal
You can display the taxable 1 or taxable 2 subtotal
by pressing either tax shift key and then u. The
subtotal of taxable 1 or taxable 2 entries is displayed.
You cannot display the subtotal of taxable 3 or 4 items.
Tax Shift
You can change the programmed taxable 1 or 2 status
of each department key by pressing one or both of
the two tax shift keys T and U. To change the
taxable status, press the appropriate tax shift key
just before the department, p or % key. In case of
repetitive entries, the shifted tax status is used.
<Example>
Selling a $3.50 item (dept. 1, taxable1) as a nontaxable item:
350 T !
Manual Tax
You can apply tax manually when the automatic tax
calculation function cannot be used. Each manual
tax entry (for Tax 1 or Tax 2) can be made only
once during a transaction. After a manual tax entry,
you cannot make any further item entries.
Manual tax 1 entry:
T u tax amount u
Manual tax 2 entry:
U u tax amount
u
1-6. Non-add Code Number
Non-add code numbers can be entered and printed
on the receipt during the entry of a sale. Nonadd codes can be used for check numbers, serial
numbers, product codes, service charge codes
or any other numbers for reference to specific
transactions. Non-add code numbers can be
entered in the REG or VOID mode.
Non-add code number entry procedure:
a code number of up to 8 digits u.
Tax Delete
This function is used when the taxable item or
items once entered need to be made non-taxable.
Press T or U, then u, and v and all entries
made so far in the transaction for items with the
specified taxable status will be made non-taxable.
To make all entries up to that point non-taxable,
press T and U, then u, and v.
Subsequent entries in the transaction remain
unaffected and will be taxed normally.
<Example>
Selling two $3.50 items (dept. 1, taxable 1) and a
$5.00 item (dept. 2, taxable 1), and entering the
sale as non-taxable:
350! ! 500"
T u v
When you enter an incorrect number, delete it by
pressing l immediately after the entry.
If you make a mistake when making a department
entry, PLU entry, repetitive or multiplication entry,
discount or premium entry by %, or manual tax
entry, you can correct this by pressing v.
Correction of Earlier Entries
You can correct any incorrect entry made during a
transaction if you find it before finalizing the transaction
by pressing
A, c, C, etc.
<Example>
3p
4p
3p 1150! 3vp
4p A
1-7. Received-on-Account and
Paid-Out Entries
Received-on-account entry:
amount
U
(up to $799999.99)
Paid-out entry:
amount
(up to $799999.99)
T
Received-on-account (RA) and paid-out (PO)
entries can be corrected in the X/Flash mode.
Void operation for RA:
v* amount U
Correction of Entered Number
Correct
entry to
after another correct
entry has been made, enter the following:
The received-on-account (RA) entry function is
used for entering the cash received not directly
connected with a sale. The paid-out (PO) entry
function is used for recording the money taken
from the drawer for payment not directly connected
with a sale. These functions are available in the X/
Flash mode.
1-11. Void Operation of RA/PO
in the X/Flash Mode
1-9. Correction
Correction of the Last Entry
Selling a $5.00 item (dept. 2, taxable1) as a
taxable2 item:
500 T U "
Just press A and the drawer opens.
1-10. Void mode
This function allows you to reverse the entries made
in an incorrect receipt. The entries are subtracted
from each totalizer and added to a void totalizer.
To use this function, turn the
mode switch to the VOID
position and enter the same
details that are on the incorrect
receipt. The VOID mode symbol (VD) is printed at
the bottom of the receipt.
If the secret code is programmed, you
have to enter the secret code and press
A after setting the mode switch to the
VOID position.
D
Void operation for PO:
v* amount T
*If the secret code is programmed, you have to enter
the secret code here and press v again before
entering the amount and pressing U or T.
1-12. When an Error Occurs
When your register goes into an error mode, it will
display the error symbol “ ”. Clear the error state by
pressing the l key and take the appropriate action.
The error symbol appears for following reasons.
1.You enter a number of more than 7 digits for the
department price or a number larger than the
79999999 (8 digits) for other amounts.
Press l and re-enter a correct number.
2.You make an error in key operation:
Press l and operate keys correctly.
3.You make an entry beyond a programmed entry
digit limit:
Press l and check if the entered amount is
correct. If not correct, re-enter a correct number.
If correct, check the setting of the entry digit limit.
4.A subtotal exceeds 79999999 (8 digits):
Press l and then press A, c or C to
finish the transaction.
5.The number of an item exceeds 3 digits in
multiplication entry:
Press l and re-enter the correct number.
Error Escape Function
When an error or something uncontrollable occurs
during a transaction entry and you cannot keep the
customer waiting, press G twice (following l when
in the error state). You can escape the situation and
finalize the transaction as a cash sale at that time.
Transaction entries to that point are registered.
To clear the error state
(Transaction)
For more operation example,
Refer to “Operation Reference Guide”
l
You can specify various status
parameters (taxable status,
+/- sign, single item cash sale,
entry digit limit and unit price)
for a department key.
Default settings :
Department 1, 2, 5, 6 :
taxable1, positive (+), normal, digit limit 7
Department 3, 7 :
non-taxable, positive (+), normal, digit limit 7
Department 4, 8 :
taxable1, negative (-), normal, digit limit 7
Preset Unit Price is $0.00 for all departments.
Department Taxable Status
<Programming sequence>
Example: Set “taxable 1” for Department 1.
U
1
G
G
Department Entry Status
<Programming sequence>
Example:Set positive (+), normal, digit limit 7
for Department 1.
007
Q
!
A B C
Dept. key
Select from the following choices for each digit
(ABC). You must enter all 3 choices.
Selections (Default setting is indicated by *.)
A Choice of + or - sign
1for -.
0 for +. B Choice of single item cash sale (SICS) function
*0 for normal
1for single item cash sale
C Entry digit limit
to prohibit manual price entries.
0
1 7* 0 ~ 7 digits.
[Check the setting]
!
Normal (SICS function)
Entry digit limit
Dept. code
taxable 1
Sign and unit price
Dept. key
Example: Set “non-taxable” for Department 7.
U
0
H#
Select tax rate number from the following choices.
Selections (Combination of tax rate number.)
0for non-taxable.
1for taxable 1. 3for taxable 3.
2for taxable 2. 4for taxable 4.
12for taxable 1 and 2.
13for taxable 1 and 3.
Department Preset Unit Price
The preset unit price function assigns a frequently
purchased item to a department key and enables
you to enter the price simply by pressing the
department key.
<Programming sequence>
Example: Set $1.00 for Department 1.
100
!
Unit price
(Max.5 digits)
Dept. key
200
Default settings :
PLU codes 1-10:
Assigned to dept. 1. Preset price: 0.00
PLU codes 11-80:
No default settings
<Programming sequence>
Example: Set $1.00 for PLU1 (Assigned to dept. 1.)
100
B Time format
for 12 hour system. (Ex. 2:30)
for 24 hour system. (Ex. 14:30)
C Decimal point setting
*2 for “0.00”.
3 for “0.000”.
D Resetting receipt no. when issuing Z report
*0 to not reset receipt number.
1 to reset receipt number.
E Amount tendered compulsory
* 0
1
for non compulsory.
for compulsory.
F Choice of u compulsory
* 0
1
A:Receipt in REG mode
G:Merchandise
subtotal with u
F:Taxable subtotal
0100011
A B C D E F G
Selections (Default setting is indicated by *.)
A Printing receipt in the REG mode
*0 Yes (Print) 1No (No print)
B Receipt format [only 1 can be entered]
*1 Receipt format
D Printing time
*0 Yes (Print)
1No (No print)
[Check the setting]
E Printing consecutive numbers
*0 Yes (Print) 1No (No print)
F Printing taxable subtotal
0 Yes (Print) *1No (No print)
G Printing merchandise subtotal with u
0 Yes (Print) *1No (No print)
Press the u key after entering 7 digits.
Miscellaneous settings
u
Select from the following choices for each digit
(ABCDEFG). You must enter all 7 choices.
1No (No print)
[Check the setting]
Printing format
9
Q
1
Q
Tax rate number
(1 through 4)
7
A
Tax rate
(0.0000 to 99.9999)
Example: Tax2, 4.2500%, Minimum Amount $0.05
%
A
Select from the following choices for each digit (A).
Selections (Default setting is indicated by *.)
A Choice of + or - sign
0 for + (premium) *1for - (discount)
Programming the percent rate
<Programming sequence>
Example: Set 10.00% for %.
1000
u
9 u 2 Q
4v25 Q 5
A
Minimum
taxable amount
Tax rate: (2 digits integer and 4 digits decimal )
If rate has decimal value, decimal point is
entered by v key
Minimum taxable amount: (Max. 4 digits)
Smallest amount for which tax must be
collected. If amounts $0.01 to $0.10 are not
taxed, its value is 11 (for $0.11).
[Check the setting]
Percentage tax rate(Tax1)
%
Minimum taxable amount
Percent rate
(0.01% to 99.99%)
Enter the rate without decimal point.
Tax Table Programming
If you are in an area that uses a tax table for tax
calculation, you can program the cash register
accordingly.
Tax table programming can be performed for Tax
1 and Tax 2.
[Check the setting]
For additional informations of Tax Table programming,
please refer to Operation Reference Guide.
Consecutive receipt number
can be printed on every
transaction or receipt and
report with the date and time.
Use the following sequence to set the receipt start
number. To start from a specific number, enter the
number less one (e.g. if you want to start from
receipt number 1001, enter 1000).
Q
u
2-9. Date and Time
Setting the Date
<Programming sequence>
Date (6 digits)
u
Enter the date using 6 digits corresponding to the
chosen date format. (default is MMDDYY.)
[Check the setting]
Date
[Check the setting]
<Programming sequence>
Default settings : “0100011”
u
<Programming sequence>
Example: Tax1, 7.0000%, Minimum Amount $0.00
Default setting: starting from 0001 (“0000”)
Select the numeric choice of the following indicated
by letters A through G. After you have made the
numeric choice from letters A-G (all 7 choices must
be entered), press the u key to finalize your
programming.
G Entry digit limit for c, C, U, T,
and manual tax
Enter 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 or 8*.
H Rounding
Press the u key after entering 8 digits.
0for non-taxable.
1for taxable 1. 3for taxable 3.
2for taxable 2. 4for taxable 4.
12for taxable 1 and 2.
13for taxable 1 and 3.
Consecutive
receipt number
While the key is in the Z/PGM position, press the
2 key and the u key to begin programming.
2
Tax Rate Programming
Selections (Combination of tax rate number.)
<Programming sequence>
C:Date
D:Time
E:Consecutive number
C Printing date
*0 Yes (Print)
for rounding off.
for rounding up.
for rounding down.
Select tax rate number from the following choices.
Consecutive (receipt) number
for non compulsory.
for compulsory.
* 0
1
2
%
Your cash register comes with the ability to program
four different tax rates. In most states, you will
only need to program Tax 1. However, if you live
in an area that has a separate local tax (such as a
Parish tax) or a hospitality tax, your register can be
programmed to calculate these separate taxes.
In order to program the tax to be collected in
accordance with the law of your state, you must specify
the tax rate(s) and minimum taxable amount(s).
There are two tax programming methods. The tax rate
method uses a straight percentage rate per dollar. The
tax table method requires tax break information from
your state or local tax offices. Use the method which
is acceptable in your state. You can obtain necessary
data for tax programming from your local tax office.
2-7. Consecutive Receipt Number
You can specify the reciept
printing format. Select either
“Print” or “No print” for the
following items(A,C,D,E,F,G).
u
Selections (Default setting is indicated by *.)
A Date format (Ex. March 25,2013)
*0 for mmddyy. (03/25/13)
1 for ddmmyy. (25/03/13)
2 for yymmdd. (13/03/25)
for “0”.
for “0.0”.
1
Tax rate number
(Max.4 digits)
Taxable status for %
Sign and rate for %
2-6. Printing Format
A B C D E F G H
Select from the following choices for each digit
(ABCDEFGH). You must enter all 8 choices.
0
1
U
PLU code
Unit price and Dept.code
<Programming sequence>
Default settings : “00200080”
u 00200080
<Programming sequence>
Example: Set “taxable 1” for %.
[Check the setting]
H#
Miscellaneous setting are
changed by entering the 1
u key then entering all 8
selection digits(A-H) followed
by the u key.
To change default settings, select one digit from
each selection A to H.
* 0
1
(u )
Unit Price Dept. key
(Max. 5 digits)
To disable a PLU code, use the following sequence:
PLU code
p v (u )
2-5. Miscellaneous Settings
1
!
Percent Key taxable Status
1
Each PLU is associated
to a department and the
programmed contents for the
department are automatically
applied. You can continue programming PLUs until
you press the u key.
p
Default settings : non-taxable, -(discount), 0.00%
<Programming sequence>
Example: Set discount for %.
2-2. PLU (Price Look-Up)
Programming
1
The % key can be
programmed as a discount
key or as a premium key.
The taxable status of the %
key can also be programmed though it is preprogrammed as a non-taxable discount key.
2-4. Tax Programming
Percent Key Function
PLU code
Example: Set $2.00 for Department 7.
500T$* A or c
1-8. Opening the Drawer with
No Sale
2-1. Programming by Departments
Tax rate number
(Max.4 digits)
* Dept.4: negative (-), taxable1 (default setting)
1-5. Tax Calculation
2-3. Programming the Percent key
Before you begin programming, turn the mode switch to the Z/PGM position.
At the end of each step, the settings that were selected are printed on a receipt.
To enter a sale of two or more of the same item,
use Q key for multiplication.
Amount tendered
When Paid by Check
End of Day Register Closing
Multiplication Entries
1-3. Percent Key
Setting the Time
<Programming sequence>
2-8. Secret Code
A secret code can be specified
so that only those who know
the secret code may issue
Z reports for reading and
resetting of sales, perform programming in the Z/
PGM mode and void operation in the VOID mode.
When entry of secret code is necessary, “- - - -” is
displayed. Each time you enter a number for the
secret code, the corresponding symbol “-” changes
to “_”. After entering your secret code, press the
A key.
<Programming sequence>
Secret code
Q A
(4 digits)
The secret code function can be disabled by
entering 0 0 0 0 (or nothing) for the code
in the above sequence.
Default setting: 0000 (no secret code).
[Check the setting]
Secret code
Time (4 digits)
u
Enter the time in 4 digits (“hhmm” format) using
the 24 hour system.
Always enter the time in 4 digits even
when the hour is in the single digit. For
example, enter 0630 for 6:30 a.m.
D
TIME
Entry Data
12:00AM
0000
1:00AM
0100
2:00AM
0200
3:00AM
0300
4:00AM
0400
5:00AM
0500
6:00AM
0600
7:00AM
0700
8:00AM
0800
9:00AM
0900
10:00AM
1000
11:00AM
1100
TIME
Entry Data
12:00PM
1200
1:00PM
1300
2:00PM
1400
3:00PM
1500
4:00PM
1600
5:00PM
1700
6:00PM
1800
7:00PM
1900
8:00PM
2000
9:00PM
2100
10:00PM
2200
11:00PM
2300
[Check the setting]
Time