Sharp ER-A220 Instruction manual

ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER
ELEKTRONISCHE REGISTRIERKASSE
CAISSE ENREGISTREUSE ELECTRONIQUE
CAJA REGISTRADORA ELECTRONICA
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG
MODEL
MODELL
MODELE
MODELO
ER-A220
MANUEL D’INSTRUCTIONS
MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
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CAUTION:
The cash register and the remote drawer should be securely fitted to the supporting
platforms to avoid instability when the drawers are open.
CAUTION:
The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
VORSICHT:
Die Netzsteckdose muß nahe dem Gerät angebracht und leicht zugänglich sein.
ATTENTION:
La prise de courant murale devra être installée a proximité de l’équipement et devra être
facilement accessible.
AVISO:
El tomacorriente debe estar instalado cerca del equipo y debe quedar bien accesible.
VARNING:
Det matande vägguttaget skall placeras nära apparaten och vara lätt atkomligt.
CAUTION:
For a complete electrical disconnection pull out the mains plug.
VORSICHT:
Zur vollständigen elektrischen Trennung vom Netz den Netzstecker ziehen.
ATTENTION:
Pour obtenir une mise hors-circuit totale, débrancher la prise de courant secteur.
AVISO:
Para una desconexión eléctrica completa, desenchufar el enchufe de tomacorriente.
VARNING:
För att helt koppla fran strömmen, dra ut stickproppen.
English
INTRODUCTION
Thank you very much for your purchase of the SHARP Electronic Cash Register, Model ER-A220.
Please read this Manual carefully before operating your machine in order to gain full understanding of
functions and features.
Please keep this manual for future reference, it will help you, if you encounter any operational problems.
English
IMPORTANT
English
• Install your register in a location that is not subject to direct radiation, unusual temperature changes,
high humidity or exposed to water sources.
Installation in such locations could cause damage to the cabinet and the electronic components.
• The register should not be operated by an individual with wet hands.
The water could seep into the interior of the register and cause component failure.
• When cleaning your 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 (Official (nominal) voltage).
Other electrical devices on the same electrical circuit could cause the register to malfunction.
• If the register malfunctions, call your local dealer for service - do not try to repair the register
yourself.
• For a complete electrical disconnection, pull out the mains plug.
PRECAUTION
English
This Electronic Cash Register has a built-in memory protection circuit which is operated by rechargeable
batteries.
As you know, all batteries will, in time, dissipate their charge even if not used. Therefore to insure an
adequate initial charge in the protection circuit, and to prevent any possible loss of memory upon installation, it
is recommended that each unit be allowed to recharge for a period of 24 to 48 hours prior to use by the
customer.
In order to charge the batteries, the machine must be plugged in. This recharging precaution can prevent
unnecessary initial service calls.
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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................................1
IMPORTANT ..................................................................................................................................................1
PRECAUTION................................................................................................................................................1
CONTENTS....................................................................................................................................................2
EXTERNAL VIEW ..........................................................................................................................................4
PRINTER........................................................................................................................................................4
KEYBOARD ...................................................................................................................................................5
KEYS AND SWITCHES .................................................................................................................................6
1 Mode switch and mode keys .................................................................................................................6
2 Drawer lock key .....................................................................................................................................6
DISPLAYS......................................................................................................................................................7
FOR THE MANAGER
PROGRAMMING ...........................................................................................................................................8
1 Setting the date and time ......................................................................................................................8
2 Setting the register number and consecutive number ...........................................................................9
3 Programming the tax rate ......................................................................................................................9
4 Programming for departments.............................................................................................................10
5 Price Lookup (PLU) programming .......................................................................................................12
6 Programming for miscellaneous keys .................................................................................................13
Programming the rate(%, e)....................................................................................................13
Programming the discount key amount (-) ...............................................................................14
Programming the percent rate limitation (%) ..............................................................................14
Programming function parameters for - and % keys ..............................................................14
Programming function parameters for e key .............................................................................15
Programming function parameters for ;, ', î, r and p keys ........................................16
7 Text programming ...............................................................................................................................16
How to program alphanumeric characters....................................................................................16
Programming the department text ................................................................................................18
Programming the PLU text (item label) ........................................................................................18
Programming the function text......................................................................................................18
Programming the cashier names..................................................................................................20
Programming logo messages .......................................................................................................20
Programming foreign currency symbol .........................................................................................21
Programming domestic currency symbol .....................................................................................21
8 Programming various functions ...........................................................................................................22
Programming optional feature selection .......................................................................................22
Programming print format .............................................................................................................22
Programming receipt print format .................................................................................................23
Programming EURO system settings ...........................................................................................24
Programming power saving mode ................................................................................................24
Programming logo message print format .....................................................................................25
Programming RS-232C interface .................................................................................................25
Programming thermal printer density ...........................................................................................26
Language selection ......................................................................................................................27
Programming the AUTO key ........................................................................................................27
9 Reading stored program......................................................................................................................28
TRAINING MODE ........................................................................................................................................29
READING (X) AND RESETTING (Z) OF SALES TOTALS ........................................................................30
1 Summery of reading (X) and resetting (Z) reports...............................................................................30
2 Daily sales totals .................................................................................................................................31
3 Periodic consolidation .........................................................................................................................33
CCD -Compulsory Cash/cheque Declaration...........................................................................................34
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ELECTRONIC JOURNAL............................................................................................................................35
PROGRAMMING FOR EURO .....................................................................................................................36
OVERRIDE ENTRIES ..................................................................................................................................39
CORRECTION AFTER FINALIZING A TRANSACTION (AFTER GENERATING A RECEIPT)................39
FOR THE OPERATOR
PRIOR TO ENTRIES....................................................................................................................................40
1 Preparations for entries .......................................................................................................................40
2 Power saving mode .............................................................................................................................40
3 Error warning .......................................................................................................................................41
ENTRIES ......................................................................................................................................................42
1 Item entries..........................................................................................................................................42
Single item entries ........................................................................................................................42
Repeat entries ..............................................................................................................................42
Multiplication entries .....................................................................................................................43
Single item cash sale (SICS) entry ...............................................................................................43
2 Displaying subtotal ..............................................................................................................................44
3 Finalization of transaction....................................................................................................................44
Cash or cheque tendering ............................................................................................................44
Cash or cheque sale that does not need any tender entry...........................................................45
Credit sale ....................................................................................................................................45
Mixed-tender sale .........................................................................................................................45
4 Computation of VAT (Value Add Tax)/tax ...........................................................................................45
5 Auxiliary entries ...................................................................................................................................47
Percent calculations (premium or discount) .................................................................................47
Deduction entries..........................................................................................................................47
Refund entries ..............................................................................................................................48
Printing of non-add code numbers ...............................................................................................48
6 Payment treatment ..............................................................................................................................49
Currency exchange ......................................................................................................................49
Received on account entries ........................................................................................................50
Paid out entries.............................................................................................................................50
No sale (exchange) ......................................................................................................................50
7 Automatic sequence key (` key) entries ..........................................................................................50
8 Receipt issuance after finalization/Copy receipt..................................................................................51
CORRECTION .............................................................................................................................................52
1 Correction of the last entry (direct void) ..............................................................................................52
2 Correction of the next-to-last or earlier entry (indirect void) ................................................................52
3 Subtotal void........................................................................................................................................53
4 Correction of incorrect entries not handled by the direct or indirect void function ...............................53
OVERLAPPED CASHIER ENTRY ..............................................................................................................53
OPERATOR MAINTENANCE......................................................................................................................54
1 In case of power failure .......................................................................................................................54
2 In case of printer error .........................................................................................................................54
3 Cautions in handling the printer and recording paper .........................................................................54
4 Installing and removing the paper roll .................................................................................................55
5 Removing a paper jam ........................................................................................................................57
6 Cleaning the print head .......................................................................................................................57
7 Removing the till and the drawer .........................................................................................................57
8 Opening the drawing by hand .............................................................................................................58
9 Installing the fixing angle bracket ........................................................................................................58
10 Before calling for service .....................................................................................................................59
LIST OF OPTIONS.......................................................................................................................................60
SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................................................................................................60
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EXTERNAL VIEW
Front view
Rear view
Customer display
(Pop-up type)
Operator display
Printer cover
Receipt paper
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Power cord
Mode switch
Drawer
RS-232C connector cover
Drawer lock
Keyboard
PRINTER
The printer is one station type thermal printer, and therefore it does not require any
type of ink ribbon or cartridge. The average life of the printer is approximately 4
million lines.
When removing the printer cover, lift up its rear. When installing the printer cover,
hook it on the pawls on the cabinet and shut it.
Caution: Be very careful with the cutter which is mounted on the cover, so as
not to cut yourself.
Take-up spool
Paper bed
Print head release lever
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Print head release lever
The print head can be lifted off the roller by the print
head release lever (gray lever on the right side of the
printer). Pulling the lever toward you move the print
head away from the roller. If the paper becomes
jammed, you will need to use this lever to release the
print head from the paper so you can remove the
jammed paper.
Your register is shipped with the print head release
lever positioned at the lifted up position. Be sure to
push down the lever toward the paper bed side (printing
position) before you use the register.
Do not attempt to remove the paper roll
with the head in the down position. This
may result in damage to the printer and
print head.
KEYBOARD
Standard keyboard layout
Received-on account key
Cashier code entry key
Paper feed key
RA
CASH
#
Receipt print/
Paid-out key
RCPT AUTO AUTO
2
/PO
1
Void key
RF ESC
Auto 1 and 2 keys
PLU/Subdepartment key
Amount key
Discount key
Escape
key
Refund key
PLU
Clear key
Decimal point key
AMT
EX
Foreign currency
exchange key
•
CL
5
10
15
%1 %2
7
8
9
4
9
14
CR
Credit key
4
5
6
3
8
13
CH
Cheque key
1
2
3
2
7
12
#/TM/ST
00
1
6
11
TL/NS
Multiplication key
0
Numeric keys
Option keys
◊ Value added tax key
Ó Department shift key
ö~õ
Percent 1 and 2 keys
Non-add code/Time display/
Subtotal key
Total/No sale key
Department keys
Department keys
(To operate dept. 16 key though dept. 30 keys, press
the department shift key and the corresponding dept. key.)
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KEYS AND SWITCHES
1 Mode switch and mode keys
The mode switch can be operated by inserting one of the two supplied mode keys - manager (MA) and operator
(OP) keys. These keys can be inserted or removed only when the switch is in the “REG” or “ ” position.
Manager key (MA)
MA
OP
REG
OPX/Z
MGR
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OP
X2/Z2
PGM
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MA
X1/Z1
Operator key (OP)
The mode switch has these settings:
:
This mode locks all register operations. (AC power becomes off.)
No change occurs to register data.
OP X/Z: This setting allows cashiers to take individual cashier X or Z reports, to take flash reports, and to take
electronic journal reports. And it can be used to toggle receipt state “ON” and “OFF” by pressing the
Ü key.
REG: For entering sales.
PGM: To program various items.
:
Enters into the void mode. This mode allows correction after finalizing a transaction.
MGR: For manager's entries. The manager can use this mode for an override entry.
X1/Z1: To take the X/Z report for various daily totals, and take electronic journal reports
X2/Z2: To take the X/Z report for various periodic (weekly or monthly) consolidation
2 Drawer lock key
SK1-1
This key locks and unlocks the drawer. To lock it, turn 90 degrees counterclockwise. To unlock it, turn 90
degrees clockwise.
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DISPLAYS
Operator display
Customer display (Pop-up type)
PLU/SUB
DEPT
REPEAT
RCPT
OFF
cashier code
Amount:
Appears in the far-right eight (max.) positions.
Cashier code:
Appears in the second position (one digit).
Number of repeats for repetitive registrations:
The number of repeats is displayed, starting at “2” and incremented with each repeat.
When you have registered ten times, the display will show “0.”
Example: (2 → 3 → 4 ..... 9 → 0 → 1 → 2 ... )
Receipt function status:
The indicator “_” appears in the ninth position when the receipt function is put in the OFF
status.
Time:
Appears in the second to sixth positions (using 24-hour format) in the OP X/Z, REG, or
MGR mode. In the REG, or MGR mode, press the Ñ key to display the time.
Machine state symbols
:
Appears in the tenth place during programming.
:
Appears in the tenth place when an error is detected.
– (Floating): Appears when a minus department or PLU/subdepartment entry is made or when a discount,
refund, or void entry is made.
:
Appears in the tenth place when the subtotal is displayed or when the amount tendered is smaller
than the sale amount.
:
Appears in the tenth place when the e key is pressed to calculate a subtotal in foreign currency.
:
Appears in the tenth place when a transaction is finalized by pressing the É, ' or î key.
:
Appears in the tenth place when the change due amount is displayed or when the cash/cheque
declaration is compulsory.
–
:
May appear in the far-left three positions at the timing of key entry when the electronic journal
memory is full. (Depending on programming.)
:
May appear right below the eighth and ninth places at the timing of finalization of a transaction
when the electronic journal memory is nearly full. (Depending on programming.)
Also appears right below the tenth place when power saving mode is effective.
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FOR THE MANAGER
PROGRAMMING
This chapter illustrates how to program your cash register. Program every item necessary for your store by
following the appropriate procedure.
• You can select the language of texts printed on receipts or journals from English, German, French
or Spanish. For the language selection, please refer to "Language Selection" described later in
this section.
Preparations for Programming
1.
2.
3.
4.
Plug your machine into a standard wall outlet.
Put the manager key in the mode switch and turn it to the PGM position.
Check to see whether paper roll is present in the machine. If it is missing, install a paper roll correctly
referring to the procedure in “4. Installing and removing the paper roll” under “OPERATOR MAINTENANCE”.
Program necessary items into your machine.
• On the key operation example shown in the programming details, numeric such as 26082000
indicates the parameter which must be entered using the corresponding numeric keys.
1 Setting the date and time
Setting the date
Enter day (one or two digits), month (two digits), and year (four digits : 1999 to 2098) in this sequence.
Ñ
3
≈
Key operation example
Date (seven or eight digits)
Ñ
É
Print
Ñ3≈
26082000 Ñ É
Date
Setting the time
Set the time using the 24-hour format. For example, when the time is set to 2:30 AM, enter 230; and when it is
set to 2:30 PM, enter 1430.
Ñ
4
Key operation example
≈
Time (max. four digits)
Ñ
É
Print
Ñ4≈
1430 Ñ É
Time
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2 Setting the register and consecutive number
Setting the register number
When your store has two or more registers, it is practical to set separate register numbers for their identification.
You may set them in a maximum of six digits.
To set the register number “0”
Ñ
≈
1
Ñ
Register number (one to six digits)
Key operation example
É
Print
Ñ1≈
123456 Ñ É
Register number
Setting the consecutive number
The consecutive number is increased by one each time a receipt is issued.
Enter a number (one to four digits) that is one less than the desired starting number.
To begin the count from 0001
Ñ
≈
2
A number (one to four digits) that is one
less than the desired starting number
Key operation example
Ñ
É
Print
Ñ2≈
1000 Ñ É
Consecutive
number
3 Programming the tax rate
To program "0"
Ñ 9 ≈
*1 A
1-4
≈
*2Sign and
tax rate
To program "0"
≈
?
*3Lowest taxable
amount
Ñ É
To innibit this tax rate
*1: Enter a corresponding tax rate number. For example, when you program a tax rate as tax rate 1, enter 1.
*2: Sign and tax rate: XYYY.YYYY
Tax rate= 0.0001 to 100.0000
Sign -/+ = 1/0
*3: Max. five digits: 0.00 to 999.99
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Key operation example
Print
Ñ9≈
2≈
4≈
12 Ñ É
Tax rate 2
Tax rate: 4%
Lowest
taxable amount
• The lowest taxable amount is valid only when you select add on tax system. If you select VAT
(Value added system), it is ignored.
• If you make an incorrect entry before pressing the third ≈ key in programming a tax rate, cancel
it with the c key; and if you make an error after pressing the third ≈ key, finalize it with the
Ñ key. Then program again from the beginning correctly.
• If you select VAT system, the sign which you program is ignored.
4 Programming for departments
Your machine is equipped with 15 standard departments and 15 optional departments (departments 16 through
30).
Functional programming
Tax status
Assign a tax status to each department. When entries are made into taxable departments in a
transaction, tax is automatically computed according to the associated tax rate as soon as the
transaction is completed.
SICS (Single Item Cash Sale)
If the first registration is to a department set for SICS, the sale is finalized as soon as the department
key is pressed. If the sale is preceded by registrations to departments not set for SICS, a sale to a
department set for SICS does not finalize and can be repeated until the É key is pressed.
Sign
You may assign each department to plus department for normal sales, or minus department for minus
transaction.
HALO(High Amount Lockout)
Set the number of allowable digits for the maximum entry amount for each department. The limit is
effective for operations in the REG mode and can be overridden in the MGR mode.
Type of unit price entry
You may select one of the following four types of unit price entry for each department.
• Open and preset / Preset only / Open only / Inhibit department key
To set all zeros
ABCDEFGHI
≈
Dept. key
É
*
Ó
To program another dept.
*To program departments 16 through 30, press the department shift key at this point.
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* Item:
Selection:
A
VAT4 or TAX4
B
VAT3 or TAX3
C
VAT2 or TAX2
D
VAT1 or TAX1
E
SICS / Normal
F
Sign
G
H
I
Always enter 0.
HALO
Type of unit price entry
Entry:
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
SICS
Normal
Minus department
Plus department
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0-7
3
2
1
0
Open and preset
Preset only
Open only
Inhibit department key
Key operation example
Print
≈
úÉ
011011073
From left, EHI
Tax status
Sign(F)
• The tax system of your machine has been factory–set to automatic VAT1–4. If you desire to
select any of automatic tax 1–4, manual VAT1–4, manual VAT1, manual tax 1–4, and the
combination of the automatic VAT 1 and the automatic tax 2–4, consult your dealer.
• When the combination of the automatic VAT1 and automatic tax 2–4 system is selected, one of
the VAT1(D) can be selected in combination with tax 2–4.
Example: ABCD = 1001, 1010, 1100
Unit price
You can program unit prices up to a maximum of six digits (9999.99). Even if a department is not programmed
to allow the entry of preset unit prices in functional programming, the department is automatically changed to
allow the entry of preset unit prices by this programming entry.
To set zero
Unit price(max. six digits)
Dept. key
É
*
Ó
To program another dept.
*To program departments 16 through 30, press the department shift key at this point.
Key operation example
Print
1000 ¯
É
Unit price
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5 Price lookup (PLU) programming
Each PLU requires you to program the following:
PLU code (three digits: 1 to 500)
Associated department
When a PLU is associated with a department, the following functions of the PLU depend on the
programming for the corresponding department.
• Tax status
• HALO (only for the subdepartment)
• Single item cash sale
• Sign
Unit price (max. six digits)
You will usually have unit prices programmed for individual PLUs as PLU preset unit prices. If you program
unit price “0” for a PLU, you can enter only the selling quantity of the PLU, i.e. the PLU can be used only
as a counter.
PLU or subdepartment mode
• If the PLU mode (i.e. automatic preset unit price entry) is selected, individual PLU entries can be made by
entering the assigned code and depressing the Ö key.
• If the subdepartment mode is selected, the following key operations must be performed: Enter the price,
press the å key, enter the PLU code, and press the Ö key.
Unit price and associated department assignment
To inhibit
?
To program zero
PLU code*1
Ö
Unit price
(max. six digits)
Dept. key
*2
É
Ó
To program the following PLU
To program another PLU
*1: 1 through 500
*2: To assign departments 16 through 30, press the department shift key at this point.
Key operation example
Print
1Ö
125 ˘
É
Unit price
Associated dept.
PLU code
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PLU/subdepartment mode
To program "0"
Ö
*1PLU code
*2A
Ñ
É
To program the following PLU
To program another PLU
*1: 1 through 500
*2: 0 for subdepartment mode or 1 for PLU mode
Key operation example
Print
1Ö
0ÑÉ
PLU/subdept.
mode
6 Programming for miscellaneous keys
Programming the rate (%, e)
To program zero
∞ §
e
*Rate
or
É
To program another rate
*:
Rate
0.00 — 100.00 (% rate)
0.000000 — 999.999999 (Currency exchange rate)
Key operation example
Print
10 . 25
0 . 6068
∞
e
É
Percent rate
Currency
exchange rate
You must use a decimal point when setting rates that are fractional.
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Programming the discount key amount (-)
To program zero
-
Discount amount (max. six digits)
Key operation example
É
Print
É
1000
Discount amount
Programming the percent rate limitation (%)
You can program the upper limit of percent rates for percent entries.
(Percent entries that exceed the upper limit may be overridden in the MGR mode.)
To program zero
Ñ
29
≈
∞ §
Percentage limit (0.00 -100.00)
or
É
To program for another percent key
10.00% can be entered as 1 0 or 1
fractional entry.
0 . 0 0.
Key operation example
The . key is needed only for
Print
Ñ 29 ≈
. 00 ∞
É
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Percentage limit
Programming function parameters for - and % keys
+/- sign
Programming of the +/- sign assigns the premium or discount function for each key.
Item % / Item â
Percent/discount calculation for the individual department and PLU
Subtotal % / Subtotal â
Percent/discount calculation for the subtotals
Limit amount (HALO) (For discount key only)
The HALO limit is in effect for the REG-mode operations but can be overridden in the MGR mode. The
HALO limit is represented by the number of allowable digit for the maximum entry amount for discount
key.
To program “0” for all items
*ABCD
14
≈
To program for another key
∞ §
or
É
*: Item:
Selection:
A
+/- sign
B
Item % / Item â
C
Subtotal % / Subtotal â
D
Limit amount* for discount key
Entry:
+ (premium) sign
- (discount) sign
Enable
Disable
Enable
Disable
0
1
0
1
0
1
0-7
* When programming for percent keys, always enter 0.
Key operation example
Print
≈
-É
1006
From left, BCD
Sign(A)
Programming function parameters for e key
Currency exchange rate entry selection
You can enable or disable preset and manual entry of currency exchange rate.
Number of digits after decimal point
Set the number of digits after decimal point which is printed on the receipts for currency exchange amount.
To program “0” for all items
≈
*ABC
e
É
To change settings
*: Item:
Selection:
A
Manual rate entry
B
Preset rate entry
C
Number of digits after decimal point
Entry:
Enable
Disable
Enable
Disable
Key operation example
0
1
0
1
0-3
Print
≈
eÉ
001
From left, ABC
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Programming function parameters for ;, ', î, r and p keys
Footer printing
This programming decides whether or not your machine should print a message at the foot of a receipt
when a specified media key is used.
Amount tendered compulsory
You may select amount tendered compulsory or optional for the ; and ' keys.
You may select amount tendered compulsory or inhibited for the î key.
Limit amount (HALO)
For the ', î, r and p keys, program upper limit entry amount for the tendered amount. For the
; key, program upper limit entry for total cash amount which can be handled on your register. The
HALO limit is in effect for REG-mode operation but can be overridden in the MGR mode. The HALO
limit is represented by the number of allowable digits for the maximum entry or total amount. When “0”
is set, the operation of the corresponding key is prohibited.
To program “0” for all items
*2
≈
*1ABC
Ñ'îr p
,
To program for another key
*1:Item:
,
,
or
*2:Press Ñ key for ; key setting.
Selection:
A
Footer print*
B
Amount tendered entry*
C
Limit amount
É
Entry:
Yes
No
Compulsory
Non-compulsory for the ; or ' keys
Inhibit for the î key
1
0
1
0
0
0-8
* When programming for r or p key, always enter 0.
Key operation example
Print
≈
îÉ
018
From left, ABC
7 Text programming
How to program alphanumeric characters
Your register allows you to program the text for departments, PLUs, function and so on in the character entry
mode. If you enter a programming job that entails alphanumeric character input, the register automatically goes
into the character entry mode.
In the character entry mode, perform alphanumeric character input by referring to the alphanumeric character
code table and entering the character codes with the numeric keys.
Entering character codes
• Numerals, letters and symbols are programmable by entering character codes and the º key. See the
alphanumeric character code table on the next page.
• Double-size characters can be made by entering the character code 253.
• All three digits of the character code MUST be entered (even if it starts with zeros).
To program the word “SHARP” with the letter “S” being double size
253
º 083 º 072 º 065 º 082 º 080 º
S
16
H
A
R
P
Alphanumeric character code table
Code Character
091
Ä
092
Ö
093
Ü
094
^
095
_
096
’
097
a
098
b
099
c
100
d
101
e
102
f
103
g
104
h
105
i
106
j
107
k
108
l
109
m
110
n
111
o
112
p
113
q
114
r
115
s
116
t
117
u
118
v
119
w
120
x
121
y
122
z
123
{
124
|
125
}
126
ß
127
¢
128
!!
129
1
130
2
131
3
132
4
1/2
133
F
134
T
←
135
Code Character
136
→
137
138
139
140
141
F
142
T
↓
143
ç
144
°
145
¿
146
Ù
147
à
148
Æ
149
ø
150
Å
151
152
¤
é
153
è
154
Pt
155
i
156
Ñ
157
ò
158
£
159
¥
160
161
°
162
163
164
.
165
Á
177
Í
178
A
180
a
181
E
182
e
183
I
184
i
185
186
U
u
187
N
188
.
n.
189
190
C
191
S
C
192
.
▲
Code Character
046
.
047
/
048
0
049
1
050
2
051
3
052
4
053
5
054
6
055
7
056
8
057
9
058
:
059
;
060
<
061
=
062
>
063
?
064
@
065
A
066
B
067
C
068
D
069
E
070
F
071
G
072
H
073
I
074
J
075
K
076
L
077
M
078
N
079
O
080
P
081
Q
082
R
083
S
084
T
085
U
086
V
087
W
088
X
089
Y
090
Z
▲
Code Character
001
á
002
â
003
ê
004
î
005
ì
006
í
007
ô
008
ó
009
û
010
ú
011
œ
012
u
´´
013
ú
014
o
´´
015
ó
016
017
018
019
¨
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
´´
028
U
029
Ú
´´
030
O
031
Ó
032
(space)
033
!
034
”
035
#
036
$
037
%
038
&
039
’
040
(
041
)
042
043
+
044
,
045
-
Code Character
.
193
.I
194
G
195
S.
196
G
..
197
g
198
K.
199
k.
L
200
l
201
Z
202
D
203
d
204
C
205
c
206
207
P
208
209
e
210
s
211
c
212
z
213
y
214
.
u
215
n
216
217
218
r
219
224
§
225
Ø
226
227
↑
228
]
229
[
230
231
”
ä
232
ö
233
ü
234
æ
235
å
236
É
237
ñ
238
*(DC)
253
✱
✱
(DC): Double-size character code
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Programming the department text
You can program a maximum of 16 characters of text for each department. Program the text by entering the
character codes.
To keep the current setting
Ñ
1
.
º
Character code (3 digits)
Dept. key
*
É
Ó
Up to 16 characters
To program another department
*To program departments 16 through 30, press the department shift key at this point.
Key operation example
Print
Ñ1.
070 º 082 º 085 º
073 º 084 º
Text
programmed for
dept. 1
¯É
Programming the PLU text (item label)
You can program a maximum of 16 characters of text (item label) for each PLU or subdepartment. Program the
text by entering the character codes.
To keep the current setting
Ñ 2 .
PLU code
Ö
Character code
(3 digits)
º Ñ É
Up to 16 characters
To program the next PLU
To program another PLU
Key operation example
Print
Ñ2.
1Ö
077 º 069 º 076 º
079 º 078 º
ÑÉ
Text
programmed for
PLU code 1
Programming the function text
You can program a maximum of 12 characters of text for each function key and other functions using the table
on the following pages. Program the text by entering the character codes.
To keep the current setting
Ñ 3 .
*Function no.
(max. 2 digits)
≈
Character code
(3 digits)
º Ñ É
Up to 12 characters
To program another function text
18
* Function no.: See “List of function texts” shown on the following page.
Key operation example
Print
Ñ3.
25 ≈
067 º 065 º 082 º
068 º
ÑÉ
List of function texts
Function
no.
Key or function
1
â
2
%1
3
Default
setting
Function
no.
Key or function
Default
setting
35
Customer
36
Paid total
PAID TL
%2
(–)1
%1
%2
37
Domestic currency 1
DOM.CUR1
4
Differ
DIFFER
38
Domestic currency 2
DOM.CUR2
5
Taxable 1 subtotal
TAX1 ST
39
Dom. currency for EX cheque DOM.CUR1
6
Taxable 2 subtotal
TAX2 ST
40
Dom. currency for EX credit
7
Taxable 3 subtotal
TAX3 ST
41
Cheque in drawer
CH ID
8
Taxable 4 subtotal
TAX4 ST
42
(+) Dept total
DEPT TL
GUEST
DOM.CUR1
9
VAT/tax 1
VAT 1
43
(-) Dept total
10
VAT/tax 2
VAT 2
44
Net 1 (Taxable 1 - VAT/tax 1) NET 1
11
VAT/tax 3
VAT 3
45
Net 2 (Taxable 2 - VAT/tax 2) NET 2
12
VAT/tax 4
VAT 4
46
Net 3 (Taxable 3 - VAT/tax 3) NET 3
13
Net 1
47
Net 4 (Taxable 4 - VAT/tax 4) NET 4
14
Net 2
NET1
NET2
48
Subtotal
SUBTOTAL
15
Refund
REFUND
49
Merchandise subtotal
MDSE ST
16
Void
50
Total
17
Void mode total
51
Change
18
MGR void
MGR
52
Sales q'ty
ITEMS
19
Subtotal void
SBTL
53
Average
AVE.
20
No sale
NO SALE
54
CCD
21
RA
RA
55
CCD differ
CCD DIF.
22
PO
PO
56
CCD differ total
DIF. TL
MODE
DEPT (-)
TOTAL
CHANGE
CCD
23
Cash
CASH
57
Total tax
TTL TAX
24
Cheque
CHECK
58
Net without tax
25
Credit
CREDIT
59
Department report title
26
Exchange (Preset rate)
EXCH1
60
PLU report title
27
Exchange (Open rate)
EXCH2
61
Transaction report title
NET
DEPT
PLU
TRANS.
28
Exchange is
EXCH1 IS
62
Cashier report title
CASHIER
29
Exchange cheque
EX1 CHK
63
Hourly report title
30
Exchange credit
EX1 CR
HOURLY
DAILY
31
Cash in drawer
32
Cash/cheque is
33
Cash/cheque in drawer
34
Change for cheque
64
Daily net report title
65
Non add symbol (8 chara.)
CA/CH IS
66
Copy receipt title
CA/CH ID
67
EJ report title
CHK/CG
68
EJ report end title
CID
#
COPY
EJ
EJ END
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Programming the cashier names
You can program a maximum of 12 characters of cashier name for each cashier. Program the text by entering
the character codes.
To keep the current setting
Ñ 5 .
Cashier code
(1-6)
≈
Character code
(3 digits)
º Ñ É
Up to 12 characters
To program another cashier name
Key operation example
Print
Ñ5.
1≈
068 º 065 º 086 º 073 º 068 º
ÑÉ
Programming logo messages
Your register can print programmed messages for customers on every receipt. On the standard model, only
graphic logo is printed on the receipt (If you want a graphic logo customized for your store, please consult with
your dealer.). If you want to print logo message, please change the logo print format. (See page 25 for the
programming details.) You have five options described below.
Program the text by entering the character codes.
To keep the current setting
Ñ 4 .
*Line number
(1-6)
≈
Character code
(3 digits)
º Ñ É
Up to 30 characters
To program another line
* “Header 3-line message” type: 1 to 3
“Footer 3-line message” type : 4 to 6
“Header 6-line message” type: 1 to 6
“Header 3-line and footer 3-line message” type: 1 to 6 (1 to 3 as header, 4 to 6 as footer)
Text 1st line
Graphic logo
Text 2nd line
Graphic logo
Graphic logo
Text 3rd line
Text 1st line
Text 1st line
Text 2nd line
Text 2nd line
Text 3rd line
Text 3rd line
Text 1st line
Text 4th line
Text 2nd line
Text 5th line
Text 3rd line
Text 6th line
Text 4th line
Text 4th line
Text 5th line
Text 5th line
Text 6th line
Default setting
20
Header 3-line message
Footer 3-line
message
Text 6th line
Header 6-line
message
Header 3-line
message and
footer 3-line
messages
To program “THANK YOU” with double size and being centered on the third line as the logo message:
Key operation example
Print
Ñ4.
3≈
032 º 032 º 032 º 032 º 032 º 032 º
253 º 084 º 253 º 072 º 253 º 065 º
253 º 078 º 253 º 075 º 032 º 032 º
253 º 089 º 253 º 079 º 253 º 085 º
ÑÉ
6-line logo message is preprogrammed when shipped. So, please start entering from the first line
when you first program a logo message.
Programming foreign currency symbol
Foreign currency symbol for e key is printed on a foreign currency exchange amount which rate is preset by
programming. Program the text by entering the character codes.
To keep the current setting
Ñ
6
.
Character code
(3 digits)
º Ñ É
Up to 4 characters
Key operation example
Print
Ñ6.
032 º 032 º 032 º
207 º
Foreign currency
symbol
ÑÉ
Programming domestic currency symbol
✱
“ ” is set as a default setting. When you want to change the domestic currency symbol, program the symbol
(max. 4 characters) by entering the character codes.
To keep the current setting
Ñ
85
.
Character code
(3 digits)
º Ñ É
Up to 4 characters
Key operation example
Ñ 85 .
032 º 032 º 032 º
042 º
ÑÉ
Print
Domestic
currency symbol
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8 Programming various functions
You can continue programming until É key is pressed for the programming described in this
section. To continue programming, repeat from the first numeric key entry.
Programming optional feature selection
You can enable or disable the operation of Paid out, Received-on account, Refund, No-sale, Void in the
REG-mode, and also select if you enable fractional quantity entry or not.
To set “0” for all items
Ñ
5
* Item:
≈
Ñ É
*ABCDEFGH
Selection:
A
Paid-out in the REG-mode
B
Received on account in the REG-mode
C
Subtotal void in the REG-mode
D
Indirect void in the REG-mode
E
Direct void in the REG-mode
F
Refund entry in the REG-mode
G
No sale in the REG-mode
H
Fractional quantity entry
Entry:
Enable
Disable
Enable
Disable
Enable
Disable
Enable
Disable
Enable
Disable
Enable
Disable
Enable
Disable
Enable
Disable
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Key operation example
Print
Ñ5≈
00000100 Ñ
É
Programming print format
You can program;
Printer type - Use printer as journal printer or for issuance of receipt
Receipt print form - Detailed receipt print or summary receipt print
On the summary receipt print, the details of each item are not printed.
Date print selection for receipts
Consecutive number print selection
Separator line in the reports
Zero skip for reports
To set “0” for all items
Ñ
22
6
≈
*ABCDEFGH
Ñ É
* Item:
Selection:
A
Printer type
B
Receipt print form
C
D
Always enter 0.
Date print on receipts
E
Consecutive no. print
F
Separator line in reports
G
Zero skip in PLU report
H
Zero skip in general/cashier/hourly/
daily report
Entry:
Journal printer
Receipt printer
Total
Detailed
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
Yes
No
Yes
No
Separator line
One line space
Yes
No
Yes
No
Key operation example
Print
Ñ6≈
10000111 Ñ
É
Programming receipt print format
You can make selection of;
Subtotal print when Ñ key is pressed
VAT/tax amount print
Taxable amount print
NET amount print
Purchase number printing
To set “0” for all items
Ñ
7
≈
* Item:
*ABCDEFGH
Ñ É
Selection:
A-B
C
Always enter 0.
Subtotal print with a press of subtotal key
D
E
Always enter 0.
VAT/tax amount print
F
Taxable amount print
G
Net amount print
H
Purchase no. print
Entry:
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Key operation example
Print
Ñ7≈
00000001 Ñ
É
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Programming EURO system settings
For details of EURO system settings, please refer to “PROGRAMMING FOR EURO”.
Printing exchange total amount and change amount on receipt or journal
Total and change amounts in exchange currency are printed respectively below each of the total and exchange
amounts in domestic currency.
Cheque and credit operation when tendering in foreign currency
Exchange calculation method
“Division” or “Multiplication” can be selected for the conversion method from domestic currency to exchange
currency, and the calculation is performed as follows:
In case that “Division” is selected:
Domestic currency amount Exchange rate = Exchange amount
In case that “Multiplication” is selected
Domestic currency amount Exchange rate = Exchange amount
To set “0” for all items
Ñ
8
≈
* Item:
A
B
C
D
*ABCD
Ñ É
Selection:
Printing exchange total amount and
change amount on receipt or journal
Always enter 0.
Cheque and credit operation when
tendering in foreign currency
Exchange calculation method
Entry:
Yes
No
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
Yes
No
Division
Multiplication
Key operation example
Print
Ñ8≈
1000 Ñ
É
Programming power saving mode
For the details of power saving mode, please refer to “Power saving mode” of “PRIOR TO ENTRIES”.
To set “0” for all items
Ñ
10
* Item:
*ABCD
Ñ É
Selection:
A
Entering power saving mode
when time is displayed
B-D
Time(min.) to entering power saving mode
since no operation is made
* 999: inhibit entering power saving mode
Key operation example
Ñ 10 ≈
0060 Ñ
É
24
≈
Entry:
Yes
No
0
1
001-254 or 999*
Print
Programming logo message print format
You can select the number of lines of logo message, and the position to print it on receipt or journal.
To set “0”
Ñ
11
≈
Ñ É
*A
*A: Loge message type
0: Header 3-line message without graphic logo
1: Graphic logo only
2: Footer 3-line message with graphic logo
3: Header 6-line message
4: Header 3-line message with graphic logo
5: Header 3-line message and footer 3-line message
Key operation example
Print
Ñ 11 ≈
0Ñ
É
Programming RS-232C interface
To realize the on-line communication, please consult with your dealer.
(1) RS-232C terminal number
To set “0”
Ñ
30
≈
Ñ É
Terminal number (max. 6 digits)
(2) RS-232C transmission form
To set “00”
Ñ
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* Item:
A
B
≈
*AB
Ñ É
Selection:
Always enter 0.
Transmission line form
Entry:
0
1
0
Half duplex system
Full duplex system
(3) RS-232C transmission type and baud rate
To set “00”
Ñ
* Item:
32
≈
*AB
Ñ É
Selection:
A
Transmission type
B
Baud rate (bps)
Send print data
Download/upload RAM data
2400
4800
9600
19200
Entry:
1
0
3
4
5
6
25
(4) RS-232C start code and end code
To set “000000”
Ñ
33
≈
Ñ É
*ABCDEF
*A-C: Start code 000-127
D-F: End code 000-127
(5) RS-232C time out setting
To set “0”
Ñ
35
≈
Time out (1 to 255 sec.)
Ñ É
(6) RS-232C print data
To set “0” for all items
Ñ
36
* Item:
≈
*ABC
Ñ É
Selection:
A
Sensing DR signal
B
Sensing CS signal
C
Sending all print data
Entry:
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Key operation example
0
1
0
1
1
0
Print
Ñ 30 ≈
2Ñ
É
Programming thermal printer density
To set “0”
Ñ
50
≈
*Printer density (00-99)
* “00” = 70% for standard density
“50” = 100% for standard density
“99” = 130% for standard density
Key operation example
Ñ 50 ≈
00 Ñ
É
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Print
Ñ É
Language selection
To set “0”
Ñ
88
*Language:
≈
*Language
É
0: English
1: German
2: French
3: Spanish
Key operation example
Print
Ñ 88 ≈
1É
When you change the language by executing this procedure, the texts such as department/PLU
texts, logo message and function texts, which you programmed, will be reset to the default settings.
Programming the AUTO key — Automatic sequencing key —
If you program frequently performed transactions or report sequences for the AUTO keys, you can call those
transactions and/or reports simply by pressing the corresponding AUTO keys in key operations.
Delete
~
¡
Transaction
max. 25 times
~
¡
É
Programming for ~; entering a PLU 2 item (programmed unit price: 1.50) and a dept. 6 item (unit price: 1.00)
Key operation example
Print
~
AUTO1
setting
2 Ö 100 ü
~
É
When the AUTO key has been programmed to execute a report job function etc., the mode switch
must be in the appropriate position (X1/Z1 or X2/Z2).
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9 Reading stored programs
Your machine allows you to read every program stored in the PGM mode.
Key sequence for reading stored program
Report name
Key sequence
Printer density programming report
É
1
3
PLU programming report
Start PLU code
Programming report
Auto key programming report
É
É
≈
End PLU code
Ö
Sample printouts
1 Programming report
Lowest taxable amount
Mode
Dept. code
Dept. text
Dept. unit price w/sign
Dept. function
Tax status
Function no.& its text
Minus department
Discount amt. w/sign
Function parametrs (A-C)
Percent rate with sign
Percent limit
HALO
Function parameters
Foreign currency symbol/
Function parameters
Rate
Logo Message
Optional feature selection (A-H)
Print format (A-H)
Receipt print format(A-H)
EURO system setting(A-D)
Power saving mode(A-D)
Logo messeage print format
RS-232C terminal no.
RS-232C transmission form (AB)
RS-232C transmission type/baud rate(AB)
RS-232C Start-End code
RS-232C timeout
RS-232C print data
Thermal printer density
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Tax rate
Cashier name
Cashier code
2 Auto key programming report
3 Printer density programming report
Entered Value
Printer density
Printing density
example
4 PLU programming report
Range
PLU code
PLU text
Mode parameter
Unit price
Associated
dept. code
TRAINING MODE
The training mode is used when the operator or the manager practices register operations.
When a cashier set in training is selected, the machine automatically enters the training mode. When a cashier
not set in training is selected, the machine automatically enters the ordinary REG mode. (For programming,
consult your dealer.)
The training operations is valid only in REG, MGR and
mode.
The corresponding cashier memory is updated in the training mode. Other memories are not updated.
Key operation example
Print
1000 ¯
3≈
ú
É
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READING (X) AND RESETTING (Z)
OF SALES TOTALS
• Use the reading function (X) when you need to take a reading of sales information entered since the last
resetting. You can take this reading any number of times. It does not affect the register’s memory.
• Use the resetting function (Z) when you need to clear the register’s memory. Resetting prints all sales
information and clears the entire memory except for the GT1 through GT3 and Training GT reset count, and
consecutive number.
1 Summary of reading (X) and resetting (Z) reports
X1 and Z1 reports: Daily sales reports
X2 and Z2 reports: Periodic (monthly) consolidation reports
Item
Mode switch
position
X1/Z1
X2/Z2
Key operation
¯ to ì ) : Department total amount
For optional dept. keys: Ó
Dept. key ( ö to õ )
Dept. key (
Flash report:
(Only display)
To clear the display,
key or
press the
turn the mode switch to
another position.
<OP X/Z> X, Z
c
Full reading and
resetting
(Full sales report)
≈ key: Amount of cash in drawer
É key: Sales total
Reading
X1, Z1
X2, Z2
.
É
Resetting
Reading
Individual cashier
reading and resetting
(Individual cashier
report)
X1, Z1
--
.
Cashier code
‹
Resetting
Reading
<OP X/Z>X, Z
.
‹
Resetting
Full cashier reading and
resetting
(Full cashier report)
Reading and resetting of
sales information for a
range of PLUs/
subdepartments
(PLU sales report)
Reading
X1, Z1
--
.
r
Resetting
All PLUs
X1, Z1
--
Start
PLU code
≈
Reading
End
PLU code
.
Ö
Resetting
Reading
Reading and resetting of
hourly sales information
(Hourly report)
X1, Z1
Reading and resetting of
the daily net totals
(Daily net total report)
--
--
.
Ñ
Resetting
Reading
X2, Z2
.
Ñ
Resetting
• In the reports, when both of sales quantity and sales amount are zero, their printing is skipped. If
you do not want to skip, change the programming. (Refer to “Programming print format”.)
• “X” represents read symbol and “Z” represents reset symbol in the reports.
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2 Daily sales totals
Full sales report
• Sample report
Item counter and total
*2
Mode title*1
Reset counter
Net grand total(GT2-GT3)
Grand total of plus
registration
Grand total of
minus registration
Grand total of training
mode registration
Dept. code
Sales q'ty
Sales amount
Item percent 1
counter and total
Refund counter and total
REG-mode void counter
and total
Void-mode transaction
counter and total
Manager item void counter
and total
Subtotal void counter
and total
No-sales counter
Received on account
counter and total
“+” dept. counter
and total
“-” dept. counter
and total
Subtotal counter
and total
Subtotal percent 1
counter and total
Next sales total
Taxable 1 total
VAT 1 total
Paid out counter and total
Customer counter
Paid total
Paid total average per
customer
Cash counter and total
Cheque sales counter and
total
Credit sale and tendering
counter and total
Exchange counter and
total (in preset rate entry)
Domestic currency
Exchange manual rate
entry counter and total
Exchange check (in preset
rate entry)
Exchange credit (in preset
rate entry)
Tax total
Net total without tax
Cash in drawer
Cheque in drawer
Cash + cheque in drawer
Change total for cheque
tendering
*1: When you take X1 report, “X1” is printed.
*2: Printed in the Z1 report only.
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Cashier reports
Individual cashier report
• Sample report
Mode title*
Report title
Cashier code
Cashier name
Customer counter
Paid total
Average
*: When you take Z1 report, “Z1” is printed.
When you take the reports in OP X/Z mode, “OPX” or “OPZ” is printed.
Full cashier report
The printout occurs in the same format as in the sample report of individual cashier, but all cashier’s sales data
are printed in the order of cashier code number (from #1 to #6).
Hourly report
PLU sales report
• Sample report
• Sample report
Mode title*
Report title
Customer counter
Sales total
Mode title*
Report title
Range
PLU code
Item label
Sales q'ty and total
*: When you take Z1 report, “Z1” is printed.
Range sum
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*: When you take Z1 report, “Z1” is printed.
3 Periodic consolidation
Full sales report
• Sample report
Mode title*1
Reset counter of daily total
Reset counter of periodic
*2
consolidation
Grand total
The subsequent printouts are the same in format as in the X1/Z1 full sales report.
*1: When you take X2 report, “X2” is printed.
*2: Printed in the Z2 report only
Daily net total report
• Sample report
Mode title*
Report title
*: When you take Z2 report, “Z2” is printed.
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CCD -Compulsory Cash/cheque DeclarationIf you want to make mandatory the declaration of the cash and cheque amount in the drawer before
outputting cashier Z reports, consult your dealer and have your register programmed for compulsory
cash/cheque declaration.
If your register is programmed for compulsory cash/cheque declaration (CCD), a cashier must first count and
declare the cash and cheque amounts (of domestic and foreign currency) in the drawer, before he or she can
output a cashier report. The procedure for outputting a CCD report is shown below.
Types of compulsory cash/cheque declaration
• Compulsory declaration prior to individual cashier resetting
• Compulsory declaration prior to full cashier resetting
• When cash/cheque declaration is compulsory, flash reports are not available.
• Individual cashier report
OP X/Z mode
. ‹
The drawer opens and the cashier is prompted to
enter the cash and cheque amounts. (“ ” is displayed.)
Input the cheque or
currency denomination
X1/Z1 mode
Cashier
code
. ‹
Q'ty
≈
Amount
Ñ e
Ñ e
X
or
or
?
É
Cancel
previous
entry
Input the total amount of
cash or cheques
• Full cashier report
Ñ
X1/Z1 mode
. r
To display cash/cheque subtotal
Ñ : When inputting the cash and/or cheque amount in the drawer
e : When inputting the amount of a foreign currency in the drawer
CCD entry amount
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Currency exchange 1
in drawer to be obtained
Total of entered (declared)
exchange 1 in drawer
Difference
Cash in drawer
to be obtained
Check in drawer
Cash/cheque
in drawer to be obtained
Total of entered (declared)
cash/cheque in drawer
Difference
Total of difference
ELECTRONIC JOURNAL
This function is intended to record the journal data in the electronic journal (EJ) memory instead of journal paper.
For details, consult your dealer.
Recording journal data
Your register records the journal data in REG, PGM,
, X1/Z1 and X2/Z2 modes into the EJ memory. In the
X1/Z1 and X2/Z2 modes, the header information (please refer to EJ report sample shown below.) is stored in the
memory.
Printing journal data on the way of a transaction
You can print journal data of a current transaction recorded in EJ memory by pressing the Ü key during the
transaction.
• This function is valid when the printer type is set to receipt type on the programming, and also the
receipt ON/OFF function is set to OFF.
• Sample receipt
EJ report title
EJ report end title
Reading and resetting the electronic journal data (Issuing EJ report)
You can read the journal data stored in the EJ memory in the journal format by executing following procedure in
the X1/Z1 or OP X/Z mode.
• Sample EJ report
To read/reset all of the data:
Reading
700
.
≈ É
Resetting
To read the last 10 records:
710
≈ É
• On the EJ memory, a maximum of 2500 lines of data can be
stored. When executing all data reading, all of the data stored
in the EJ memory will be printed. So, make sure that there are
enough paper on a paper roll. To save paper, compression
print is available. Please consult with your dealer for details.
• To stop reading or resetting the data, turn the mode switch to
“MGR” position. However, when you are resetting the data, it
will not be cleared.
• You can set a warning system to let you know the time when
the memory is almost full, and/or to lock the data entry except
issuing the EJ report when the memory is full. Please consult
with your dealer for details.
Header
information
print
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PROGRAMMING FOR EURO
Your register can be modified to correspond with each period set for the introduction of EURO, and in your
register each currency is treated as shown on the table below depending on which period you are in.
Basically your register can be automatically modified to correspond to the introduction of EURO by executing the
modification operation in the X2/Z2 mode. However, there are several options you must set depending on your
needs.
How currencies are treated in your register
Currency
Period 1
Period 2
Period 3
After the introduction of
EURO, and before EURO
banknotes and coins begin to
circulate
After EURO banknotes and
coins begin to circulate, and
before national currency is
withdrawn from circulation.
(Co-existence of EURO and
national currency)
After the national currency is
withdrawn from circulation
EURO
Exchange key
(Preset rate entry)
Domestic currency
Domestic currency
National currency
(DM, F, etc.)
Domestic currency
Exchange key
(Preset rate entry)
Foreign currency
Exchange key
(Manual rate entry)
Exchange key
(Manual rate entry)
Exchange key
Receipt samples
Period 1
Sales total amount in national currency (as domestic currency)
Sales total amount in EURO*
Tendered amount in national currency
Change in national currency
Change in EURO*
*: They are printed for infomation purposes only.
Period 2
Sales total amount in EURO (as domestic currency)
Sales total amount in national currency*
Tendered amount in EURO
Change in EURO
Change in national currency*
*: They are printed for infomation purposes only.
Period 3
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Automatic Modification of Register System for Introduction of EURO
To make your register correspond to the introduction of EURO, your register system can be automatically
modified when the procedure shown below is executed in the X2/Z2 mode. According to the steps of the
introduction, you can make your register correspond to EURO. Set the manager key (MA) to X2/Z2 position,
and use the following sequence.
800
.
≈
*A
É
*A=1: Applicable for period 1
*A=2: Applicable for period 2
*A=3: Applicable for period 3
• You can perform each operation only once with the substitution of “A=1”, “A=2” and “A=3”. If you
perform the operation with the substitution of “A=2” first, you cannot perform the operation with
the substitution of “A=1”. If you perform the operation with the substitution of “A=3” first, you
cannot perform the operation with the substitution of “A=1” and “A=2”.
The details of the automatic register system modification are as follows:
(As for PGM functions described below, please refer to “Programming EURO system settings” for “Printing
exchange total amount and change amount on receipt or journal” and “Exchange calculation method”,
“Programming function parameters for e key” for the number of digits after decimal point of exchange amount,
“Programming exchange currency symbol" for exchange currency symbol, and “Programming domestic currency
symbol” for domestic currency symbol.)
When “1” is substituted to “A”:
1. Issuing a general Z1 report
2. Issuing a general Z2 report
3. Setting “printing” for a PGM function “Printing exchange total amount and change amount on receipt or
journal”
4. Setting “division” for a PGM function “Exchange calculation method”
5. Setting the EURO symbol ( ) for the currency symbol of exchange key, and setting “2” for the number of
digits after decimal point of exchange amount
6. Setting the round-off function for currency exchange
After the execution of the procedure with the substitution of “1”, treat EURO as foreign currency using the
exchange key (e) with the preset rate entry.
When “2” is substituted to “A”:
1. Issuing a general Z1 report
2. Issuing a general Z2 report
3. Resetting GT1, GT2, GT3 and Training GT
4. Setting “printing” for a PGM function “Printing exchange total amount and change amount on receipt or
journal”
5. Setting “multiplication” for a PGM function “Exchange calculation method”
6. Changing the domestic currency symbol to the EURO symbol ( ) and setting the number of digits after
decimal point of the domestic currency amount to 2
7. For the setting of the currency symbol and the number of digits after decimal point of exchange amount, the
ones that had been set to the domestic currency are set.
8. Setting the round-off function for currency exchange
After the execution of the procedure with the substitution of “2”, treat EURO as domestic currency, and national
currency as foreign currency using the exchange key (e) with the preset rate entry.
Since EURO becomes domestic currency in your register after execution of the procedure with the substitution
of “2”, you must change unit prices in each department and PLU to make prices correspond to EURO before
actually you start operating your register again. As for the miscellaneous keys, also please change the rates or
amounts so that they are based on amounts in EURO.
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When “3” is substituted to “A”:
1. Issuing a general Z1 report
2. Issuing a general Z2 report
3. Resetting GT1, GT2, GT3 and Training GT
4. Setting “not printing” for a PGM function “Printing exchange total amount and change amount on receipt or
journal”
5. Setting “multiplication” for a PGM function “Exchange calculation method”
6. Changing the domestic currency symbol to the EURO symbol ( ) and setting the number of digits after
decimal of the domestic currency amount to 2
7. Setting the round-off function for currency exchange
After the execution of the procedure with the substitution of “3”, treat EURO as domestic currency.
When the operation with the substitution of “2” has been performed already, “3. Resetting GT1, GT2, GT3 and
Training GT” is not executed.
When the operation with the substitution of “1” or “2” has been performed already, the currency symbol of
exchange key is overwritten with a space.
• If you want to check the current status you are in, set the manager key (MA) to X2/Z2 position,
and use the following sequence.
800
≈ É
Optional Programming for the Introduction of EURO
Some programming relating with the function of exchange key (e) cannot be changed automatically with the
execution of modification operation described in the previous section. After the execution on each period,
conduct the following programming depending on your needs.
Programming for Exchange Key (e)
Currency exchange rate
For period 1 and period 2, set the EURO conversion rate.
For programming details, refer to “Programming the rate”.
Exchange rate entry selection
When you treat EURO currency in the exchange key, you must apply preset rate entry. So, make enable for
preset rate entry for period 1 and period 2. For programming details, refer to “Programming function parameters
for e key”.
Cheque/credit operation
For period 1 and period 2, enable cheque/credit operation when tendering in foreign currency so that you can
treat cheque and credit for EURO currency and national currency. For programming details, refer to
“Programming EURO system setting”.
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OVERRIDE ENTRIES
Programmed limit for functions (such as for maximum amounts) can be overridden by making an entry in the
MGR mode.
1.
2.
Turn the mode switch to the MGR position.
Make an override entry.
On this example, the register has been programmed not to allow deduction entries over
1.00.
Key operation example
Print
REG-mode
entries
1500 ˘
250 - ...Error
c
Turn the mode switch
to the MGR position.
250 Return the mode switch
to the REG position.
É
CORRECTION AFTER FINALIZING A
TRANSACTION (AFTER GENERATING A RECEIPT)
When you need to void incorrect entries that cashiers cannot correct (incorrect entries that are found after
finalizing a transaction or cannot be corrected by direct or indirect void), follow this procedure.
1.
2.
Turn the mode switch to the
position using the manager key (MA).
Repeat the entries that are recorded on an incorrect receipt. (All data for the incorrect receipt are removed
from register memory; the voided amounts are added to the void-mode transaction totalizer.)
Incorrect receipt
Cancellation receipt
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FOR THE OPERATOR
PRIOR TO ENTRIES
1 Preparations for entries
Before registrations, insert the operator key into the mode switch and turn it to the REG position and check the
following items:
Paper roll
If the paper roll is not set in the machine or there is low roll, install new one according to section “4. Installing
and removing the paper roll” under “OPERATOR MAINTENANCE.”
Bill separator
A bill separator is set in a drawer. When necessary, use the separator so that you can treat two kinds of bills in
a bill case.
Receipt ON/OFF function
When you use the printer to issue receipts, you can disable receipt printing in the REG mode to save paper
using the receipt function. To disable receipt printing, press the Ü key in the OP X/Z position. This key toggles
the receipt printing status ON and OFF.
To check the receipt printing status, turn the mode switch to the OP X/Z position or press the c key in the REG
mode. When the function is in the OFF status, the receipt off indicator “_” illuminates. Your register will print
reports regardless of the receipt state, so the paper roll must be installed even when the receipt state is “OFF”.
Cashier assignment
Prior to any item entries, cashiers must enter their cashier codes into the register. However, the code entry may
not be necessary when the same cashier handles the next transaction.
Cashier code
Cashier name
■ Sign-on
■ Sign-off
To display the signed-on cashier code
Cashier code
‹
‹
‹
2 Power saving mode
When the time which is programmed has passed under the condition that no entry nor operation is performed,
your register will enter the power saving mode.
When your register goes to the power saving mode, it will light off all the display except the decimal point at the
leftmost position. Your register will return to the normal operation mode when any key is pressed or a mode is
changed with the mode key. However, please note that when your register is recovered by a key entry, its key
entry is invalid. So, after the recovery, start the key entry from the beginning.
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3 Error warning
In the following examples, your register will go into an error state accompanied with a warning beep and the
error symbol “ ” on the display. Clear the error state by pressing the c key and take proper action.
Please refer to the error code table on page 59.
• When you enter an over 32-digit number (entry limit overflow): Cancel the entry and re-enter a correct number.
• When you make an error in key operation: Clear the error and continue operation.
• When you make an entry beyond a programmed amount entry limit: Check to see if the entered amount is
correct. If it is correct, it can be rung up in the MGR mode. Contact your manager.
• When an including-tax subtotal exceeds eight digits: Delete the subtotal by pressing the c key and press the
É, ' or î key to finalize the transaction.
Error escape function
When you want to quit a transaction because of an error or something uncontrollable, use the error escape
function as shown below:
To clear the error state
Transaction
c
Ã
Ã
The transaction is voided (treated as a subtotal void) and the receipt is issued by this function. If you have
already entered tendered amount, the operation is finalized as a cash sale.
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ENTRIES
1 Item entries
Single item entries
Department entries
Enter a unit price and press a department key. If you use a programmed unit price, press a department key only.
When using a programmed unit price
Unit price *1
(max. 7 digits)
Department key
*2
Ó
*1 Less than the programmed upper limit amounts
*2 For the optional departments 16 through 30, press
the department shift key at this point.
PLU entries
Enter a PLU code and press the Ö key.
Ö
PLU code
Subdepartment (open PLU) entries
å
Unit price *
(max. 7 digits)
PLU code
* Less than the programmed upper
limit amounts
Ö
When those departments and PLUs for which the unit price has been programmed as zero (0) are
entered, only the sales quantity is added.
Key operation example
Print
1200 ú
û
2Ö
1200 å 11 Ö
É
Repeat entries
You can use this function for entering a sale of two or more same items.
Key operation example
Repeated
department entry
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200 ô
ô
Repeated PLU
entry
10 Ö
Repeated
subdepartment
entry
500 å
60 Ö
Ö
Ö
É
Print
Multiplication entries
Use this feature entry method when you need to enter two or more same items.
This feature helps when you sell a large quantity of items or need to enter quantities that contain decimals.
When you use a programmed
unit price
Q'ty
≈
Unit price
PLU code
Unit price
Dept. key
Ö
å
Dept. entry
PLU entry
PLU code
Ö
Subdept. entry
• Q'ty: Up to four digits integer + three digits decimal
(When fractional quantity is entered, the quantity is counted as one.)
• Unit price: Less than a programmed upper limit
• Q'ty x unit price: Up to seven digits
Key operation example
Department entry
PLU entry
Subdepartment
entry
Print
7.5≈
165 ô
15 ≈
13 Ö
3≈
100 å
60 Ö
É
Single item cash sale (SICS) entry
• This function is useful when a sale is for only one item and is for cash; such as a pack of cigarettes. This
function is applicable only to those departments that have been set for SICS or to their associated PLUs or
subdepartments.
• The transaction is finalized and the drawer opens as soon as you press the department key or Ö key.
Key operation example
Print
250
For finishing
the transaction
ã
If an entry to a department or PLU/subdepartment set for SICS follows the ones to departments or
PLUs/subdepartments not set for SICS, it does not finalize and results in a normal sale.
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2 Displaying subtotals
The subtotal is displayed by pressing the Ñ key. When you press it, the subtotal of all entries which have
been made is displayed and the symbol “ ” will light up in the display.
Key operation example
Print
100 ã
100 ˘
700 ú
Ñ
É
Subtotal will not be printed on a receipt on the current factory setting. If you want to print it, change
the setting by programming. Refer to “Programming receipt print format”.
3 Finalization of transaction
Cash or cheque tendering
Press the Ñ key to get a subtotal, enter the amount tendered by your customer, then press the É key if it is
a cash tender or press the ' key if it is a cheque tender. When the amount tendered is greater than the
amount of the sale, your register will show the change due amount and the symbol “ ” will light up. Otherwise
your register will show a deficit and the symbol “ ” will light up. Make a correct tender entry.
Cash tendering
Key operation example
Print
Ñ
1000 É
Cheque tendering
Key operation example
Ñ
1000 '
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Print
Cash or cheque sale that does not need any tender entry
Enter items and press the É key if it is a cash sale or press the ' if it is a cheque sale. Your register will
display the total sale amount.
Key operation example
Print
300 ü
10 Ö
É
In the case of cheque sale
Credit sale
Enter items and press the credit key (î).
Key operation example
Print
2500 ü
3250 ä
î
Mixed-tender sale
You can perform mixed-tendering of cheque and cash, cash and credit, and cheque and credit.
Key operation example
Print
Ñ
950 É
î
4 Computation of VAT (Value Added Tax)/tax
VAT/ tax system
The machine may be programmed for the following six tax systems by your dealer.
Automatic VAT 1-4 system (Automatic operation method using programmed percentages)
This system, at settlement, calculates VAT for taxable 1 through 4 subtotals by using the corresponding
programmed percentages.
Automatic tax 1-4 system (Automatic operation method using programmed percentages)
This system, at settlement, calculates taxes for taxable 1 through 4 subtotals by using the corresponding
programmed percentages, and also adds the the calculated taxes to those subtotals, respectively.
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Manual VAT 1-4 system (Manual entry method using programmed percentages)
Ñ
◊
This system provides the VAT calculation for taxable 1 through 4 subtotals. This calculation is performed using
the corresponding programmed percentages when the ◊ key is pressed just after the Ñ key.
Manual VAT 1 system (Manual entry method for subtotals that uses VAT 1 preset percentages)
To use a programmed rate
Ñ
VAT rate
◊
This system enables the VAT calculation for the then subtotal. This calculation is performed using the VAT 1
preset percentages when the ◊ key is pressed just after the Ñ key. For this system, the keyed-in tax rate
can be used.
Manual tax 1-4 system (Manual entry method using preset percentages)
Ñ
◊
This system provides the tax calculation for taxable 1 through 4 subtotals. This calculation is performed using
the corresponding programmed percentages when the ◊ key is pressed just after the Ñ key.
After this calculation, you must finalize the transaction.
Automatic VAT 1 and automatic tax 2-4 system
This system enables the calculation in the combination with automatic VAT 1 and automatic tax 2 through 4. The
combination can be any of VAT1 corresponding to taxable 1 and any of tax 2 through 4 corresponding to taxable
2 through taxable 4 for each item. The tax amount is calculated automatically with the percentages previously
programmed for these taxes.
• A PLU not programmed for any of the tax statuses is registered depending on the tax status of
the department which the PLU belongs to.
• VAT/tax assignment symbol can be printed at the fixed right position near the amount on the
receipt as follows:
VAT1/tax1
A
VAT2/tax2
B
VAT3/tax3
C
VAT4/tax4
D
When the multiple VAT/tax is assigned to a department or a PLU, a symbol of the lowest number
assigned to VAT/tax rate will be printed. For details, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
Key operation example
550 ù
Ñ
◊
É
(When the manual VAT 1-4
system is selected)
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Print
5 Auxiliary entries
Percent calculations (premium or discount)
• Your register provides the percent calculation for the subtotal and/or each item entry depending on the
programming.
• Percentage: 0.01 to 100.00% (Application of preset rate (if programmed) and manual rate entry are available.)
Percent calculation for the subtotal
Key operation example
Print
4≈
140 û
570 ä
Ñ
∞
É
(When a discount and 10% is
programmed for the
key)
∞
Percent calculation for item entries
Key operation example
Print
800 ü
§
15 Ö
7.5§
É
(When premium and 15% are
programmed for the
key)
§
Deduction entries
Your register allows you to deduct a preset amount or a certain amount manually entered, which are less than a
programmed upper limit. These calculations can be after the entry of an item and/or the computation of subtotal
depending on the programming.
Deduction for the subtotal
Key operation example
Print
575 ü
10 Ö
Ñ
100 -
É
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Deduction for item entries
Key operation example
Print
675 ä
É
(When a deduction amount of
75 is programmed.)
Refund entries
If a refund item is the one entered into a department, enter the amount of the refund, then press the © key and
the corresponding department key in this order; and if an item entered into a PLU is returned, enter the
corresponding PLU code, then press the © and Ö keys.
Key operation example
Print
250 © ü
7≈
13 ©Ö
É
Printing of non-add code numbers
Enter a non-add code number such as a customer’s code number and credit card number within a maximum of
16 digits and press the Ñ key at any point during the entry of a sale. Your register will print it at once.
Key operation example
1230 Ñ
1500 ü
î
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Print
Function text
6 Payment treatment
Currency exchange
Your register allows payment entries of foreign currency. Pressing the e key creates a subtotal in foreign
currency.
For an additional payment in foreign currency
Preset exchange rate
After an entry
is completed
or
After the amount
tendered is found
smaller than the
sales amount in
a sales entry
*Exchange rate
For direct finalization
e
Amount
tendered
(max. 8 digits)
c
É
'
î
Next registration
or
payment in
domestic currency
Reentry
*Exchange rate: 0.000000 to 999.999999
• When the amount tendered is short, the deficit is shown in domestic currency.
• Availability of credit and cheque tendering is depending on programming (only for preset
exchange rate).
• If programmed, a foreign currency symbol is printed when you apply preset rate.
Applying preset exchange rate
Key operation example
Print
2300 ü
4650 ä
Currency
exchange
e
Amount
tendered in
foreign currency
15000 É
Domestic currency
Exchange rate
Foreign currency
Domestic currency
Foreign currency symbol
Applying manual exchange rate
Key operation example
Print
2300 ü
4650 ä
1 . 0190 e
10000 É
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Received on account entries
Amount *
(max. 8 digits)
r
(Available cash tendering only)
*Less than the programmed upper limit
Key operation example
Print
12345 Ñ
4800 r
Paid out entries
Amount *
(max. 8 digits)
Ü
(Available cash tendering only)
*Less than the programmed upper limit
Key operation example
Print
6789 Ñ
3000 Ü
No sale (exchange)
Simply press the É key without any entry. The drawer will open and the printer will print “NO SALE” on the
journal or the receipt. If you let your machine print a non-add code number before pressing the É key, a no
sale entry is achieved with a non-add code number printed.
7 Automatic sequencing key (` key) entries
You can achieve a programmed transaction simply by pressing a corresponding automatic sequencing key.
Key operation example
¡
(¡ = 500 ä É)
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Print
8 Receipt issuance after finalization/Copy receipt
If your customer wants a receipt after you have finalized a transaction with the receipt function being in the
“OFF” status (no receipting), press the Ü key. This will produce a receipt. Your register can also print a copy
receipt when the receipt function is in the “ON” status. If you want to make a copy, please consult your dealer.
• Pressing the Ü key in the OP X/Z mode before registration toggles the status “ON” and “OFF”.
• When more than 30 items are entered, the receipt will be issued in the format of summary receipt
print.
Printing a receipt after making the entries shown below with the receipt function being in the
“OFF” status
Key operation example
Print
850 ˘
3≈
150 ¯
For receipting→
É
Ü
When the receipt function is in the “ON” status and you press the Ü key to make a copy
When the receipt function is in the “ON” status,
the “ COPY ” symbol will be printed on the receipt.
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CORRECTION
1 Correction of the last entry (direct void)
If you make an incorrect entry relating to a department, PLU/subdepartment, percentage (∞ and §),
deduction (-) or refund, you can void this entry by pressing the ? key immediately after the incorrect entry.
Key operation example
Print
1250 ü
?
2Ö
?
600 ô
§
?
328 ã
28 ?
250 © ü
?
É
2 Correction of the next-to-last or earlier entry (indirect void)
With the ? key, you can void any incorrect department entry, PLU/subdepartment entry or item refund entry
made during a transaction if you find it before finalizing the transaction (e.g. pressing the É key). This
function is applicable to department, PLU/subdepartment and refund entries only.
Key operation example
Correction
of a
department
entry
Correction
of a PLU entry
Correction of
a refund entry
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1310 ü
1755 ä
10 Ö
12 Ö
250 © ü
825 ä
1310 ? ü
12 ? Ö
250 © ? ü
É
Print
3 Subtotal void
You can void an entire transaction. Once subtotal void is executed, the transaction is aborted and the register
issues a receipt. This function does not work when more than 30 items have been entered.
Key operation example
Print
1310 ˘
˘
1755 ü
10 Ö
35 Ö
Subtotal void
Ñ
?
Ñ
Correction of incorrect entries not handled by the direct or indirect void
4 function
Any errors found after the entry of a transaction has been completed or during an amount tendered entry cannot
be voided. These errors must be corrected by the manager.
The following steps should be taken:
1.
2.
3.
If you are making the amount tendered entry, finalize the transaction.
Make correct entries from the beginning.
Hand the incorrect receipt to your manager for its cancellation.
OVERLAPPED CASHIER ENTRY
This function allows you to switch from one cashier to another and to interrupt the first cashier’s entry. So the
second cashier can do his or her entry in this mode. For actual use of this function, consult your dealer.
• The overlapped cashier entry is not effective while the tendering sale is going on.
• If any cashier is still making an entry (or has not finalized the transaction yet), the machine does
not run in any mode other than REG and MGR and can print no X/Z reports. The symbol “ ” and
the corresponding cashier code(s) are displayed at this time.
Key operation example
Comments
The entry by cashier 1 is started.
1. Cashier 1 is assigned.
(1‹)
100 ¯
360 ú
ú
2. Cashier 2 is assigned.
2‹
3≈
150 ˘
;
The entry by cashier 2 is started.
(The entry by cashier 1 is interrupted.)
The transaction by cashier 2 is finalized.
3. Cashier 1 is assigned.
1‹
100 ¯
360 ú
É
The entry by cashier 1 is restarted.
The transaction by cashier 1 is finalized.
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OPERATOR MAINTENANCE
1 In case of power failure
When power is lost, the machine retains its memory contents and all information on sales entries.
• When power failure is encountered in register idle state or during
an entry, the machine returned to the normal state of operation
after power recovery.
• When power failure is encountered during a printing cycle, the
register prints “========” and then carries out the correct
printing procedure after power recovery. (See the sample print.)
2 In case of printer error
If the printer runs out of paper, the printer will stall, “PPPPPPPPPP” will appear on the display. Key entries will
not be accepted. Referring to “4. Installing and removing the paper roll” in this chapter, install a new roll paper in
the proper position, then press the c key. The printer will print the power failure symbol and resume printing.
If the print head comes up, the printer stalls, “H” will appear on the very left of the display. Key entries will not be
accepted. Bring back the print head to the correct position, then press the c key. The printer will print the
power failure symbol and resume printing.
3 Cautions in handling the printer and recording paper
Cautions in handling the printer
• If you are not going to use the register for an extended period of time, pull the
print head release lever toward you so that the print head is set apart from
the plate. (head-up position)
• Avoid the environments of dusty and humid place, direct sunlight and iron
powder(a permanent magnet and electromagnet are use in this machine.)
• Use the print head release lever only when necessary.
• Never pull the paper when it is in contact with the print head. First release the
head with the print head release lever, and then remove the paper.
• Never touch the surface of the print head.
• Never touch around the print head and the motor during printing or before they have had sufficient time to cool.
Cautions in handling the recording paper (thermal paper)
• Use only the paper specified by SHARP.
• Do not unpack the thermal paper until you are ready to use it.
• Avoid heat. The paper will color at around 70°C.
• Avoid dusty and humid places for storage. Avoid direct sunlight.
• The printed text on the paper can discolor under the conditions of exposure of high humidity and temperature,
exposure to the direct sunlight, contact with glue, thinner or a freshly copied blueprint, and heat caused by
friction from scratching or other such means.
• Be very careful when handling the thermal paper. If you want to keep a permanent record, copy the printed text
with a photocopier.
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4 Installing and removing the paper roll
Be sure to use paper rolls specified by SHARP.
The use of any other paper rolls than specified could cause paper jamming, resulting in register malfunction.
Paper specification
Paper width: 57.5 ± 0.5 mm
Max. outside diameter: 70 mm
Quality: Thermal paper
• Be sure to set paper roll(s) prior to using your machine, otherwise it may cause a malfunction.
Install the paper roll in the printer. Be careful then to set the roll and cut the paper end correctly.
If the top end of the paper roll is fixed with paste or tape, the paper may lose its color development ability in the
pasted or taped area due to the deterioration of the heat-sensitive color development component of the paper
surface. This may result in nothing appearing at this location when printing is performed. Therefore, when setting
a new paper roll in the machine, be sure to cut off approximately one revolution (approx. 25 cm long).
(How to set the paper roll)
(How to cut the paper end)
To the printer
To the printer
Incorrect
Correct
Correct
Incorrect
Installing the paper roll
Precaution: Be very careful for the manual cutter mounted on the printer cover when removing and
replacing the cover, so as not to hurt yourself.
When you install a paper roll for the first time, the printer is in printer error status because no paper
roll has not installed yet. So, after installing a paper roll correctly, clear the error status by pressing
c key.
1. Turn the mode switch to the “REG” position with the AC cord connected.
2. Remove the printer cover.
3. Check that the print head release lever is in its printing position.
4. Set the paper correctly as illustrated above in the paper bed.
5. Insert the end of the paper into the printer, while pressing the á key, until it
is caught by the printer auto-feed and comes out of the printer at the top.
6. When not using the take-up spool (using as receipt paper) :
• Cut off the excess paper that comes out of the printer using the edge of the
inner cover, and replace the printer cover.
When using the take-up spool (using as journal paper):
• Insert the end of the paper into the slit in the spool. (Press the á key to
feed more paper if required.)
• Wind the paper two or three turns around the spool shaft.
• Set the spool on the bearing, and press the á key to take up excess slack
in the paper.
• Replace the printer cover.
You can wind the roll paper in OP X/Z, X1/X2, and X2/Z2 modes
even if you programmed so that the printer is used for issuance of
receipts. This may be convenient to wind reports. In this case,
set the roll paper to the take-up spool.
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When you want to manually install a new roll of paper while your machine is turned off, follow the
steps shown below:
1. Pull the print head release lever toward you (to the head-up position). (Refer to the drawing on page 54.)
2. Correctly place the new paper roll into the paper bed.
3. Insert the paper end into the printer until it comes out of the printer.
4. Return the print head release lever to its original position.
Removing the paper roll
When a red dye appears on the paper roll, it is time to replace the existing paper roll. Replace the paper roll
with new one. If you plan not to use your register for an extended period of time, remove the paper roll, and
store it in the appropriate place.
Precaution: Be very careful for the manual cutter mounted on the printer cover when removing and
replacing the cover, so as not to hurt yourself.
When the take-up spool is not used:
1. Remove the printer cover.
2. Cut the paper behind the printer and near the paper roll.
3. Press the á key until the paper remaining in the printer comes out
completely.
4. Remove the paper roll from the paper bed.
Do not pull the paper through the printer.
When the take-up spool is used:
1. Remove the printer cover.
2. Press the á key to advance the journal paper until its printed part is out of
the way.
3. Cut the paper and remove the take-up spool.
4. Cut the paper behind the printer and near the paper roll.
5. Press the á key until the paper remaining in the printer comes out
completely.
6. Remove the paper roll from the paper bed.
Do not pull the paper through the printer.
7. Remove the outer side of the take-up spool as shown
on the left.
8. Remove the printed journal roll from the take-up spool.
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5 Removing a paper jam
Precaution: Be very careful for the manual cutter mounted on the printer cover when removing and
replacing the cover, so as not to hurt yourself. Never touch the print head immediately
after printing, because the head may still be hot.
1. Remove the printer cover.
2. Pull the print head release lever toward you (to the head-up position). (Refer to the drawing on page 54.)
3. Remove the paper jam. Check for and remove any shreds of paper that may remain in the printer.
4. Return the print head release lever to its original position.
5. Reset the paper roll correctly by following the steps in “Installing the paper roll”.
6 Cleaning the print head
When the printed text is getting dark or faint, paper dust may be stuck to the print head. Clean the print head as
follows:
Precautions:
• Never touch the print head with a tool or anything hard as it may damage
the head.
• Be very careful for the manual cutter mounted on the printer cover when
removing and replacing the cover, so as not to hurt yourself.
1. Turn the mode switch to the “ ” position.
2. Remove the printer cover.
3. Remove the inner cover that protects the printer (Press the lever, and lift it
up.)
4. Pull the print head release lever toward you (to the head-up position). (Refer
to the drawing on page 54.)
5. Clean the print head with a cotton swab or soft rag moistened with ethyl
Roller
Thermal
head
alcohol or isopropyl alcohol.
6. Return the print head release lever to its original position immediately after
cleaning.
7. Replace the inner cover. (Insert the side tabs of the cover into their slots and
press the cover in the printer until it is properly seated.)
8. Reset the paper roll correctly by following the steps in “Installing the paper
roll”.
7 Removing the till and the drawer
The till in the register is detachable. After closing your business for the day, remove the till from the drawer and
keep the drawer open. The 5-denomination coin case is also detachable from the till. To detach the drawer, pull
it forward fully with the till removed, and remove it by lifting it up.
Coin case
Bill case
Bill
separator
Till
Drawer
Coin case
5-denomination coin case
(detatchable)
1
2
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8 Opening the drawer by hand
The drawer automatically opens in the usual way. However, when power
failure is encountered or the machine becomes out of order, slide the lever
located on the machine bottom in the direction of the arrow. (See the figure at
the left.)
The drawer will not open, if it is locked with a drawer lock key.
Lever
9 Installing the fixing angle bracket
To prevent the register from moving when the drawer opens, the fixing angle bracket is supplied with the
register. By attaching the bracket to the table where the register is installed, you can hook the register on this
bracket and secure the register to its position.
How to install the fixing angle bracket
1. Thoroughly clean the location where the fixing angle
bracket (B) is to be placed.
2. Peel off the adhesive tape on the fixing angle bracket.
3. Hook the angle bracket onto the hook (A) that is located
at the bottom rear of the register.
4. Firmly stick the fixing angle bracket to the table surface
that your cleaned above.
B
A
How to remove the register from the fixing angle bracket
1. Lift up the front of the register and pull the register
towards you.
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10 Before calling for service
The malfunctions shown in the left-hand column below, labelled “Fault,” do not necessarily indicate functional
faults of the machine. It is therefore advisable to refer to the “Checking” shown in the right-hand column before
calling for service.
Fault
(1) The display won't be illuminated even when
the mode switch is turned to any other
position than “ ”.
(2) The display is illuminated, but the whole machine
refuses registrations.
(3) No receipt is issued.
(4) No journal paper is taken up.
(5) Printing is unusual.
Checking
• Is power supplied to the electrical outlet?
• Is the power cord plug out or loosely connected to the
electrical outlet?
• Is a cashier code assigned to the register?
• Is the mode switch set properly at the “REG” position?
• Is the paper roll properly installed?
• Is there a paper jam?
• Is the receipt function in the “OFF” status?
• Is the print head release lever at the printing position?
• Is the take-up spool installed on the bearing properly?
• Is there a paper jam?
• Is the print head release lever at the printing position?
• Is the paper roll properly installed?
Error code table
When the following error codes are displayed, press the c key and take a proper action according to the table
below.
Error
code
Error status
Action
E01
Registration error
Make a correct key entry.
E02
Misoperation error
Make a correct key entry.
E03
Undefined code is entered.
Enter a correct code, or declare it by the programming.
E07
Memory is full (in the ` key programming).
Program the ` key within 25 steps.
E11
Compulsory depression of the Ñ key for direct
finalization
Press the Ñ key and continue the operation.
E12
Compulsory tendering
Make a tendering operation.
E22
Overlapped cashier error
E23
Cashier resetting over error
E32
No entry of a cashier code
E34
Overflow limitation error
Make a registration within a limit of entry.
E35
The open price entry is inhibited.
Make a preset price entry.
E36
The preset price entry is inhibited.
Make an open price entry.
E37
The direct finalization is inhibited.
Make a tendering operation.
E67
Subtotal void is not allowed.
Finalize the transaction, and correct the wrong entries in the
Make a cashier code entry.
void mode.
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LIST OF OPTIONS
For your register, the following options are available.
For details, contact your dealer.
•Remote drawer model ER-05DW and ER-06DW
•Till model ER-58CC for ER-05DW
•Coin case model ER-58CV for ER-05DW
•Key kit models
By using the following key kits, you can change the keyboard layout of your register.
• ER-11KT7: 30 regular size key kits
• ER-12KT7: 30 1 x 2 size key kits
• ER-22KT7: 10 2 x 2 size key kits
• ER-11DK7G: 30 regular size dummy key kits
• ER-51DK7G: 10 5 x 1 size dummy key kits
SPECIFICATIONS
Model:
Dimensions:
Weight:
Power source:
Power consumption:
Working temperature:
Electronics:
Built-in battery:
Display:
Operator display:
Customer display:
Printer:
Type:
Printing speed:
Printing capacity:
Other functions:
ER-A220
330 (W) x 363 (D) x 238 (H) mm
8.9 kg
Official (nominal) voltage and frequency
Stand-by 20W
Operating 45W (max.)
0 °C to 40 °C
LSI (CPU) etc.
Rechargeable battery, memory holding time about 1 month
(with fully charged built-in battery, at room temperature)
7-segment display (10 positions)
7-segment display (7 positions)
One-station thermal printer
Approx. 13.3 lines/second
30 digits each for receipt and journal paper
• Graphic logo printing function
• Logo message function
• Receipt (ON-OFF) function, compression printing function
Paper roll:
Width: 57.5 ± 0.5 mm
Max. diam.: 70 mm
Quality: High quality (0.06 to 0.08 mm thickness)
Cash drawer:
3 slots for bill and 7 for coin denominations
Accessories:
Manager key
2
Operator key
2
Drawer lock key
2
Paper roll
1
Take-up spool
1
Bill separator
1 (Set in the drawer)
Fixing angle bracket
1
Instruction manual
1 copy
* Specifications and appearance subject to change without notice for improvement.
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FOR CUSTOMERS IN U.K.
IMPORTANT
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
BLUE:
BROWN:
Neutral
Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured
markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows.
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter
N or coloured black.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the
letter L or coloured red.
The apparatus must be protected by a 3A fuse in the mains plug or distribution board.
CAUTION: DO NOT CONNECT THE LIVE (BROWN) WIRE OR THE NEUTRAL (BLUE) WIRE
TO THE EARTH TERMINAL OF YOUR 3-PIN MAINS PLUG.
Environment Protection
The device is supported by a battery. To dispose the battery safely to protect the environment,
please note the following points:
• Take the used battery to your local waste depot, dealer or customer service centre for recycling.
• Do not throw the used battery into fire, into water or into the household waste!
Umweltschutz
Das Gerät wird durch eine Batterie gestützt. Um die Batterie sicher und umweltschonend zu
entsorgen, beachten Sie bitte folgende Punkte:
• Bringen Sie die leere Batterie zu Ihrer örtlichen Mülldeponie, zum Händler oder zum
Kundenservice-Zentrum zur Entsorgung.
• Werfen Sie die leere Batterie niemals ins Feuer, ins Wasser oder in den Hausmüll.
Protection de l’environnement
L’appareil est supporté sur pile. Afin de protéger l’environnement, nous vous recommendons de
traiter la pile usagée la façon suivante:
• Apporter la pile usagée à votre centre de traitement des ordures ménagères le plus proche ou,
à votre revendeur ou, au service après-vente, pour recyclement.
• Ne jamais jeter la pile usagée dans une source de chaleur, dans l’eau ou dans les vide-ordures.
Miijöskydd
Denna produkt nöddrivs av batteri.
Vid batteribyte skall följande iakttagas:
• Det förbrukade batteriet skall inlämnas till er lokala handlare eller till kommunal miljöstation för
återinssamling.
• Kasta ej batteriet i vattnet eller i hushållssoporna. Batteriet får ej heller utsätttas för öppen eld.
Geräuschpegel
Eingabe mit Tastenbedienton: 65 dB (A)
Gemessen nach DIN 45635, bzw. EN27779
(Spitzenwert bei Aufspringen der Kassenschublade: 69 dB (A))
Wenn Sie die Kasse ohne Tastenbedienton verwenden möchten, wenden
Sie sich bitte an Ihren Fachhändler.
SHARP CORPORATION
Printed in Korea / Imprimé en Corée / Gedruckt in Korea / Impreso en Corea
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