Cashmaster Omega 230 User manual

Cashmaster Omega 230
User Manual
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Cashmaster Omega 230
User Manual
Thank you for choosing the Cashmaster Omega 230 money counter.
The Omega 230 is an invaluable, easy to use, and highly accurate money
counting device. The Omega 230 is designed to manage your cash
intelligently, with accuracy and efficiency. With the Omega 230 you will
speed up cash counting and reconciliation up to six times faster than by
hand.
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Contents
Introduction
Introduction……………………………………………
Box Items and Guidelines
Maintenance…………………………………………..
Charging.………………………………………………
Warning……………….……………………………….
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Guidelines
Unpacking……………………………………………… 4
Keys and Display
Cashmaster Omega 230…….………………………..
Keypad..........…………………………………………..
Tray..........……………………………………………....
Screen…………………………………………………..
Cashmaster Key Identification
Key Identification...………...……......……..…………
Fast Keys.………………………………….................
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Getting Started
What can you count……………………………………
Switching On……………………………………………
Setting Date and Time…………………………………
Setting Bank mode....................................................
Auto Add and Auto Scroll……………………………...
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Counting
Coins……………………………………………………
Learning………………………………………………..
Bills……………………………………………………..
Non Cash.................................................................
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Storing/Viewing Tills................................................................ 21
Totalling, Clearing and Print……………………………..………. 22
Grams/Calculator Mode.……………………………………....… 23
Troubleshooting…………………………………………………... 24
FAQ’s...............………………………………………………….… 25
Technical Specification..…………………………………………. 27
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Introduction
Introduction
The Cashmaster Omega 230 is an electronic weighing device which calculates the value
of coins and bills. The Cashmaster Omega 230 supports your domestic currency: bills
and coins. The intuitive user friendly interface guides you through the cash counting
process. The Cashmaster Omega 230 is programmed to count the contents of a typical
cash register:
· Bills (loose, banded bundles, clipped bundles)
· Coins (loose, rolled, till cup, other container)
· Cheques
· Tokens/Coupons
· Manual entries ie: Checks, Credit, Debit, Gift vouchers
Using the Cashmaster you will notice some changes in the way you work:
· Reduced paperwork
· Streamlined working mettrays making the business more competitive
· More time to concentrate on Key Tasks
Guidelines
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
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Place the Cashmaster Omega 230 on a firm, even surface, away from drafts
and vibrations.
Insert the HOD, pushing down VERY firmly into position until it clicks.
Ensure area around the tray is kept clear.
The coin scoop should NOT be placed on the device before switching on.
Plug in the AC adaptor and switch on at the mains.
The device is not a counterfeit detector and hence will not detect counterfeit money.
Weights may vary from the initial factory setting. It may be necessary to carry
out some initial Bill ‘learning’ in order to quickly adjust the machine to your
local conditions.
Ensure money is sorted by denomination before counting. Mixed denominations cannot be counted.
Do not subject the device to strong impact or shock load by any means.
Ensure that money is placed onto the equipment with reasonable care.
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Box Items & Guidelines
Scoop
Cashmaster Omega 230
AC Adapter
Maintenance
Ensure power is switched off during cleaning.
Clean machine with dry cloth only. Do not use cleaning products or damp material.
Do not spill any liquids on device. If liquid is spilled on device, disconnect the power
cable and contact your supplier.
Do not leave any objects on the Cashmaster or tray when not in use.
Charging
Charging takes approximately 3 hours.
Only use the device with the factory supplied power adapter.
When the LED is red this indicates that the battery is fast-charging.
When the LED is green the battery is fully charged.
When the LED is flashing the battery is very low and the unit is on slow charge.
If the LED continous to flash for more than 3 hours the battery may have a fault
(in event of this, switch off the power at the mains and contact customer support).
Warning
Do not use a damaged or wet power adapter.
Do not connect power adapter with wet hands.
Do not place weights over 1.5kg on the device.
Do not disassemble the device, sensitive elements in the scale may be affected and
this will affect your warranty.
If any of the above are missing please contact Customer support (toll free) on:
1 - 877 - CASHMAS
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Guidelines
Unpacking
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Unpack your Cashmaster machine and check that you have a
Cashmaster scale, a tray and a power adapter.
Fit the tray into the top of the Cashmaster scale. Push down
very firmly until it clicks into place.
(To remove the tray, hold Cashmaster machine firmly and twist the tray
until it clicks, then lift the tray from the base)
Plug the power adapter into the socket at the back of the
Cashmaster scale.
Place the Cashmaster scale on a firm even surface.
Ensure the tray is empty (the coin scoop/till cup should NOT be placed on the tray before switching on).
Plug the power adapter into the power source.
The Cashmaster can now be operated from mains power or from
battery.When the battery is low the display will show
“low battery, recharge now”.
Push down
VERY FIRMLY
until you hear
a click
To fully charge the battery, plug the Cashmaster machine into the mains. The
LED on the front will show GREEN (for one second) then RED.
(A RED LED indicates that the battery is charging. The charging process can
take up to three hours. A GREEN LED indicates that the battery is fully charged
and the unit is connected to the external power supply. If the LED continous to
flash for more than 3 hours the battery may have a fault (in event of this, switch off
the power at the mains and contact customer support). No colour indicates that
the unit is running on its internal battery.)
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Keys and Display
Cashmaster Omega 230
Tray
Screen
Keypad
The Cashmaster machine shown above is the equipment you are going to use. You only
need to know about three component parts:
· the keypad
· the screen
· the tray
The machine is robust, and will stand up to all normal Cash Office activities. Treat it with
sensible care.
Bill Counting
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Coin Counting
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Roll Counting
Keys and Display
The Keypad
To keep counting as easy as possible, the number and layout of keys on the
keypad has been kept simple.
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3
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The ‘keys’ are ‘full motion’
similar to those on home
computers. They have their
functions printed on them.
They are designed to resist
spills and increase durability.
The Screen
This is where you will see:
- displays of the amounts counted
- messages related to Cashmaster functions
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0
0
The Tray
The tray is designed to hold scoops, till cups, rolled coins, loose bills and
banded bills. To insert, place the tray on the Cashmaster and push down
very firmly, until your hear a click.
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Cashmaster Key Identification
Key Idendification
The ON/OFF key. Press once to switch machine on. Press and hold
down to switch machine off.
The STRAPPED BILL key. Push to select strapped bills and to toggle
between loose / bundled/ clipped bills.
The ROLLED COIN key. Push to select rolled/loose coins.
UP and DOWN arrow keys. There are two sets of these keys, one
set to toggle between bill denominations and another set to toggle
between coin denominations.
The PLUS key. Used to add amounts to the total.
The MINUS key. Used to subtract the last value added from the total.
The PRINT key. Press once for a print out of the totals.
The FUNCTION key. In combination with other keys is used to control
various settings.
The CE (CLEAR ENTRY) key. Push once to clear sub totals.
The C (CLEAR) key. Press and hold wait momentarily and press again
to clear the total.
The NEW TILL key. Press this to save the current till and start a
new one. And to also used to view tills.
NON CASH key. Use for manual entry of non cash items such as
Checks, Credit, Debit, Gift vouchers and more.
The ENTER key. Use this for completing manual entries.
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The DECIMAL key. Only supported in calculator mode.
NUMBER keys. Use these for completing manual entries.
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Cashmaster Key Identification
Fast Keys
Fast key functions are easy access controls that allow you to quickly enter settings
within the Cashmaster. More information is available on further pages.
To perform the fast key functions press both keys simultaneously.
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Auto add
Press and hold
the ‘F’ key and
press the ‘PLUS
(+)’ key. This will
toggle Auto Add
state. “ + ” will be
displayed on the
screen when Auto
Add is on.
Bank On/Off
Press and hold
down the ‘F’
key and press
the “Coin UP”
key.
This will allow
your bank to
be activated or
deactivated.
Bank Setting
Press and hold
down the ‘F’
key and press
the “Bill UP”
key.
This will allow
you to set the
bank amount.
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View Till
Press and
hold the “F”
key and press
the “Till”
key. This will
display information for the
current till.
Set time/date
Press and hold the ‘F’
key and press the ‘Coin
DOWN’ key. This will
enter the Time/Date
setting. Use the coin
up/down keys to toggle
and use the “PLUS (+)”
and “MINUS (-)” keys to
increase and decrease.
Grams mode
Press both
the “Rolled
Coin” key and
“Strapped Bill”
simultaneously.
Use this function
to weigh objects
(max 1.5kg).
Calculator mode
Press and hold the
“F” key and press
the ‘Enter’ key. This
will activate calculator mode. Use this
function for adding/
subtracting/multipling/dividing.
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Auto Scroll
Press and hold the
“F” key and press
the “MINUS (-)”
key. This will toggle
AutoScroll state.“ ”
will be displayed on
the screen when
AutoScroll is on.
Calibrate
Scoop
Press and
hold down
the “F” key
and press the
‘ON/OFF’ key
and follow
the onscreen
instructions.
Contrast
Press and
hold the “F”
key and use
the “up” (to
increase)
and “down”
(to decrease)
the contrast.
Getting Started
What you can count
BillS
Loose - for counting loose bills.
Loose bills are counted by placing up to 30 bills at any one time.
Continue to add bills of the same denomination in
quantities of up to 30, until all bills from the selected
denomination have been counted.
Bundles - for counting strapped bills that have been packed in a
bunde.
Clips - for counting strapped bills that have been packed in a clip.
COINS
Rolls - for counting and checking rolls of coins.
Scoop or other container - for counting loose coins that are on a
scoop or other calibrated container.
OTHER
Check - for inputting Check amounts.
Coupons - for inputting coupon or voucher data.
Other Cash - for inputting any other cash data. Such as, Credit,
Debit, Gift, and other Non Cash items.
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Getting Started
Switching on
Press
When the Cashmaster is initially switched on, it will ask for a store number. This
number can be entered by using the numerical keys (max. 5 digits). Thereafter, the
number will be stored in the memory of the machine, and will appear on any printouts
from the machine. Should the number need to be changed at a later date, this can be
done by phoning Customer Support.
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Enter Store No.
Use the numeric keypad to key in your store number, then press the
key.
You are now at the main menu. If your Cashmaster has been set up to allow Pulls, you
will have three choices. Otherwise, you will have only two.
(1) Register
(2) Pulls
(3) Count
Register (option 1) allows the cashier to handle register banks and counts.
All till counts are stored by register number and/or cashier and are held in
the Cashmasters memory until deleted by the user.
Pulls (option 2) allows the cashier to handle counting of any bills and
other cash items (e.g. checks or coupons) pulled or picked up from a
register throughout a shift. All counts are stored by register OR cashier
number and are held in memory until deleted by the user.
Count (option 3) allows counting of bills, coin and other cash items
without any reference to a particular till. The count is cleared whenever
the New count key is pressed or the Cashmaster is switched off.
Use the numeric keypad to select the count option required (1,2 or 3) and follow on
screen prompts.
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Getting Started
Setting the time and date
The clock facility on the Cashmaster must be set as follows when you receive the
machine. From count screen:
1.
Press and hold the
key and press the coin
key.
Set Time
[ ]
2.
Press the
3. Use the coin
4.
Then use the
5.
To set the date press
( alternatively press
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key to view the time set.
to select hours or minutes
or
key to increase and decrease.
then
, and repeat as above,
to return to normal operation. )
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Getting Started
Setting Bank Mode
Press
and bill
. The screen will then show:
Bank
100.00
Use the numeric keypad to key in the bank value required.
When you are finished, press the
key.
Switching Bank Mode On/Off
Once you have stored your default bank amount in memory, you can switch the bank
mode on/off as required.
Press
and then coin
The display will show the current bank amount stored and you may begin counting in
bank mode.
The bank function can be switched on/off at any time.
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Indicates bank is on
USD
Bank
0
100.00
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Indicates bank is off
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Total
0
0
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Getting Started
Switching Auto-Add On/Off
Auto add is a unique feature which allows the Cashmaster to automatically add
the value of any bill/coin amount (which is placed on the tray) to the total amount.
If Auto-Add is on, the value displayed will be automatically added to the totals whenever
the cash is placed on the tray.
If Auto-Add is off, the value displayed will not be automatically added to the
totals, you must press
while the value is being displayed and the cash
still on the tray, to add the value to the totals.
Your device may already have Auto Add set to on/off as default. See below
Indicates auto-add is on
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Scoop
Coins
USD
Total
Indicates auto-add is off
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0
0
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Coins
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Total
0
0
To switch Auto-Add on/off press
and
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simultaneously
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Switching Scroll On/Off
Auto Scroll feature allows the Cashmaster to automatically advance to the next
denomination when the value has been added to the total and the money is removed
from the tray
If Auto-Scroll is on, once cash is removed from the tray the denomination will
automatically be advanced.
If Auto-Scroll is off, the value displayed will not automatically advance denomination,
you must manually select the next denomination required using the
keys.
Your device may already have Auto scroll set to on/off as default. See below
Indicates auto-scroll is on
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Coins
Scoop
USD
Total
Indicates auto-scroll is off
Coins
USD
Total
To switch auto-scroll on/off press
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0
0
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Scoop
0
0
simultaneously.
Counting
Counting loose coin
Press the coin
until the following is displayed.
1c
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Scoop
Coins
USD
Total
0
0
If the denomination is not the one you want, press coin
the correct one.
or
until you reach
Place the cup of the selected coins on the tray; the Cashmaster will beep and the display
will show the value of the coin and the number of coins in the cup:
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Scoop
Coinss
P
USD
tal
Total
0.400
0.400
If Auto Add is on, remove the cup from the tray. The Cashmaster will update the totals,
beep to confirm the add, advance to the next denomination in the sequence.
If Auto Add is off, leave cup on the tray and press
to add to the total;
Repeat above steps for each denomination of coin. To skip a denomination,
press coin
or
.
Note: If bank mode is on, the bank amount will decrease as more money is counted, it
will be displayed at the bottom of the screen; once the bank amount has been reached
your Cashmaster will signal with a double beep, the screen will show the total amount
for the day; the bank value has already been taken into account.
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Counting
Counting Rolled Coin
Press the
key until the following is displayed.
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Rolls
USD
Total
10.15
0
0
Place a roll of coins on the tray. If the roll is full the Cashmaster recognises the weight
then the denomination, together with the value, is shown on the display. For certain
denominations of rolls the display will show:
(2) Possible
Results
You are required to select the denomination of the roll which is on the Cashmaster using
the coin
or
. Press the
key to accept the value.
If the machine does not recognise the weight as a full roll the following will be displayed.
* Suspect *
Using the coin
and
then
SELECT ACTUAL
DENOMINATION
keys, select the actual coin denomination and
the machine will then display the value together with the number of coins in the roll.
Press the
key to accept the value and add to the grand total.
To exit this mode press the
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Counting
Learning - Bills Only
Ensure that the display indicates bill counting mode. Press bill
bill mode.
to select loose
All Cashmaster machines are calibrated at the factory to the average bill weights of all
UK currency. As bill weights vary slightly depending on age and usage, the following
should be completed on receipt of your new machine.
(Please ensure Auto Add/Scroll has been switched off before beginnning “Learning”
see page 13 and 14. This process is required for the cashmaster to count faster.)
1.
Press bill
or
until you reach the bill denomination
required.
2.
Place 8 -10 bills of the chosen denomination on the tray.
3.
When the Cashmaster beeps add some more bills.
4.
Remove all bills from the tray.
5.
Repeat steps 2 - 4 several times and each time try to increase the number you
can apply in one slice. After repeating a few times you should be able
to apply 25 - 30 bills in one go.
If the display shows :
Too many
Remove Some
remove a few until you see a valid reading, then continue.
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Counting
Counting Loose Bills
Ensure that the display indicates bill counting mode (as below). If it doesn’t,
press bill
to select loose bill mode.
$1
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Bills
USD
Total
0
0
If the denomination is not the one you want, press bill
the correct one.
or
until you reach
Place bills of the selected denomination on the tray.
$1
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Bills
USD
Total
50.00
50.00
Bills should be applied in slices of up to 30 bills at a time. The device is constantly
learning, if too many bills are applied this message will be displayed.
Too many
Remove Some
Simply remove a few bills until the message disappears, then continue adding bills to
those already on the tray.
When all bills of the current denomination have been applied and :
Repeat above steps for each denomination of bill. To skip a denomination, press
bill
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Counting
Counting Strapped Bills
The Cashmaster will count strapped bills including; bundles and Clips.
Select Strapped Bills by pressing the
key.
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10.15
Bundles
USD
Total
0
0
If the denomination is not the one you want, press bill
the correct one.
or
until you reach
Place the strapped bills on the tray. The Cashmaster accepts bundles of $1, $2, $5, $10,
$20, $50, and $100.
If the strapped bills are good, its value is displayed:
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Bundles
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50.00
50.00
Repeat above steps for all strapped bills to be counted.
If a strapped bundle is suspect, the display will show :
*
Suspect *
You must open the strapped bundle and count the bills in loose bill mode.
To return to loose bill counting, press the
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key.
Non Cash Items
The Cashmaster allows manual entries for four types of Non-Cash items.
To enter Non-Cash values during a count, press the
key.
You should see a screen similar to the following:
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Use
Checks
0.00
Total
0.00
to switch between non cash items, i.e. Checks, Credit, Debit and Gift, etc.
Use the numeric keypad to enter the values. This will appear in the top right hand
corner of the display:
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126.00
Checks
126.00
Total
126.00
If the value is correct, press the
key and it will be added to the Grand
Total. If you make a mistake, press the
Pressing
key to clear the value.
key again will scroll to next non-cash item.
To exit press either the Strapped/Rolled keys,
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or
.
Storing/Viewing Tills
To start/save a new till, press the
follow the on screen to options.
key (while in count mode), and
You can view saved till information in Register or Pulls.
Enter (1) Register or (2) Pulls from the main menu,
(1) Register
(2) Pulls
(3) Count
Then press the
example below).
key. You will then see the Till Select screen (see
Register No.
1
2
3
4
Use the
Then press the
and
arrows to select the till you wish to view.
key.
On the following screen, use the
denominations and their values.
and
arrows to scroll through the
To print the information for this till press the
key. You can print at any
time whilst in count mode by pressing the print key.
To return to the main screen press the
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Totalling, Clearing & Printing
Adding
To add a value, currently on the display, to the total press the
key.
Auto Adding/Scrolling
For auto adding and auto scrolling see page 13 and 14.
Subtracting
To subtract the last value added to the total, press the
key while the value is still
being displayed and the money is still on the machine.
For negative manual entries press
key once value is entered.
Subtotals
To find out the subtotal of any denomination select the denomination required. The
display will show the subtotal for the denomination shown and the number of pieces.
Clearing Sub-Totals
Select the denomination to be cleared by using
the
key.
and
keys then press
Clearing Totals
Press and hold the
key until screen prompt shows “Press C key again to
confirm.
To clear the totals now press the
key again. To cancel clearing press any other
key.
Printing
Providing a printer is connected, print the totals by pressing the
key.
Note: When using the printer it is always advisable to operate the machine with the
mains adapter connected.Clearing totals
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Grams/Calculator Mode
Grams Mode
Grams mode can be used to :
1.
2.
Weigh and/or directly compare bundles of bills.
Check that the scale is weighing correctly by applying a weight known to
be accurate.
To enter grams mode :
Press
and
at the same time.
If the cashmaster drifts from 0.0g when the tray is empty, press
zero.
To exit grams mode and return to normal operation :
Press
and
again.
NOTE: The maximum weight the Cahsmaster can weigh is 1.5kg.
Do no put any weight above this on the Cashmaster.
Calculator Mode
To enter calculator mode:
Press
and
. Enter figures using the numberpad.
- Use
to multiply.
- Use
to divide.
- Use
as the equals key.
To exit calculator mode and return to normal operation :
Press
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and
again.
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to reset scale to
Troubleshooting
Mode
Message
Description
Coins
Loose/
Rolled
Roll
Too much
weight on
scale
This means there is too much weight on scale,
simply remove some. The Cashmaster will
weigh up to a maximum of 1.5kg.
* Suspect *
Roll applied is suspect. User may leave roll on
tray and select the correct denomination for the
actual roll amount.
Bills
Loose bill
counting
has drifted from zero (usually
PRESS ZERO Cashmaster
due
to
draught
or vibration). Ensure the tray is
KEY
empty, then press on/off key.
Loose bill
counting
Please remove
scoop/till cup
from scale
Please remove scoop/till cup from the scale
User has selected a bill denomination while the
cup is still on the tray. Remove the scoop/till
cup.
Bills should be applied in amounts of up to 30
Loose bill
Too many
a time. Simply remove a few bills until the
counting
Remove some at
message disappears then continue counting
Strapped
* Suspect *
Bundle applied is suspect. User must split
bundle and count in loose bill mode.
High vibration
lockout
Check that the Cashmaster is placed on a
level surface and away from draughts (e.g. air
conditioning or fan).
Battery low
Plug machine into power supply to recharge
battery.
Print timeout
Ensure that printer is switched on and properly
connected to the scale before retrying.
Misc
Scale is below Indicates that the tray has not been placed
minimum
correctly. Ensure tray is pushed firmly into the
weight!
Cashmaster.
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FAQ’s
How do I clear sub totals?
Select the desired denomination and press
key once.
How do I clear grand totals for one till?
From the count screen hold down the
displayed. Press the
key until the confirmation is
key again to confirm and clear.
How do I clear grand totals for all tills?
From the main screen hold down the
displayed. Press the
key until the confirmation is
key again to confirm and clear.
How do I switch currencies?
Press both
keys simultaneously to scroll through multicurrency
options, stopping at the desired currency.
How do I access/leave grams mode?
Press simultaneously the
key and the
key.
How do I update the firmware?
1. 2.
3. 4. 5. Ensure that the machine is turned off.
Remove cover located to the left underneath the machine.
Insert the SD card in slot marked “SD-CARD”.
Connect the machine to the power adapter.
Press and hold down the
key for approximately 10 seconds
6. The serial number will be displayed.
7. Press the
8. please allow up to 2 minutes for prompt to remove the SD card.
Remove the SD card.
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FAQ’s
The SUSPECT ROLL message displayed
Roll applied has a suspect weight – select the correct denomination by using the arrow
keys.
What is the maximum weight the machine can weigh?
1.5kg.
What do I do if my printer does not work?
1. 2. 3. 4.
Ensure printer is connected to machine
Ensure printer has power
Ensure printer is loaded with paper
Ensure paper grip lever is in downward position
How do I change the contrast on the screen?
Press the
and
key simultaneously and press either
increase or decrease contrast respectively.
or
to
What are the typical “full” Strapped/Rolled quantities?
Strapped Bill Quantities
Denomination
$100
$50
$20
$10
$5
$2
$1
Type
Rolled Coin Quantities
Quanity
Denomination
Type
Quantity
Bundle
10, 20, 25, 50, 100
100c
Roll
-
Clip
10
50c
Roll
-
Bundle
10, 20, 25, 50, 100
25c
Roll
40
Clip
10
10c
Roll
50
Bundle
10, 20, 25, 50, 100
5c
Clip
10
Roll
40
Bundle
10, 20, 25, 50, 100
1c
Roll
50
Clip
10
Bundle
10, 20, 25, 50, 100
Clip
10
Bundle
10, 20, 25, 50, 100
Clip
10
Bundle
10, 20, 25, 50, 100
Clip
10
These Roll quantities are default
from factory settings that the
cashmaster will recognise
automatically. For Rolls outwith
these quantities the user is required
to select the denomination manually
using the coin up/down keys.
For all other problems or issues contact our Customer support (toll free) on:
1 - 877 - CASHMAS
Technical Specification
Cashmaster Omega 230 Specification
Weight 1.2kg
Dimension 162mm (W) x 188mm (H) x 282mm (D)
Load Capacity 1.5kg
Power Supply Mains adapter 12V 2.5A
LED red: Battery charging
LED Green: Battery fully charged
LED flashing red/green: Very low battery and charging
LED off: Power from battery only
Battery Type LiPo 7.4V 1250mAh
Customer support (toll free): 1 - 877 - CASHMAS
@ serviceusa@cashmaster.com
www.cashmaster.com
For all Customer Support/Warranty issues please contact our Customer support
(toll free) on: 1 - 877 - CASHMAS
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Declaration of Conformity
EC Declaration of Conformity
Cashmaster Sigma models manufactured in Scotland, Rosyth are in conformity with the
provisions of the following European Directives:
89/336 and 93/68/EEC Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
73/23 and 93/68 /EEC Low Voltage Directive
FCC Compliance Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circut different from the
one which the receiver is connected to.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
You are cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void your authority to operate the equipment.
Approvals
Complies to
EU Directive,
2002/95/EC
RoHS
2002/95/EC
Complies with
EU Directive
2002/96/EC
on the restriction
of hazardous
substance
in electrical
& electronic
equipment
Signed for Cashmaster Ltd
Douglas Reid
Engineering Director
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Bill Hamilton
Technical Director
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Contact Details
Head Office (UK)
Innovation Buildings
Fairykirk Road
Rosyth, Fife
KY11 2QQ
SCOTLAND
Cashmaster Turkey
Istanbul HERTEL
Bagdat Caddesi Burc
No:123 / 7
Feneryolu
ISTANBUL 34724
t: +44 (0) 1383 416 098
f: +44 (0) 1383 411 904
info@cashmaster.com
t. +90 216 348 6555
t. +90 533 566 5707
f. +90 216 348 6646
hakan@cashmaster.com
Italy Office
Via Duchessa Galleria 26
15076 Ovada Alessandria
ITALY
Spain Office
C/ JAUME ISERN, 20 bajo
(local interior), Mataró
Barcelona 08302
SPAIN
t: +39 (0) 143 835 636
f: +39 (0) 143 835 639
office.italia@cashmaster.com
t: +34 (0) 937 999 319
f: +34 (0) 937 589 816
spain@cashmaster.com
France Office
12 Rue D’Ingré
45380 La Chapelle St Mesmin
FRANCE
Poland Office
Litewska
30-014 Kraków
POLAND
t: 0800 904 936
t: +33 (0) 2 38 43 78 63
f: +44 (0) 2 38 88 61 37
france@cashmaster.com
t: +48 (0) 12 2945701
f: +48 (0) 12 2945711
biuro@cashmaster.com
USA East Coast Office
Orange Blossom Center
2593 N. Orange Blossom Trail
Kissimmee
FL 34744
USA
USA West Coast: (CAS0055)
4415 Yeager Way
Suite 300
Bakersfield
CA 93313
USA
t: 1-877-CASHMAS
f: + (1) 407 847 7993
serviceusa@cashmaster.com
Tel : 1-877-CASHMAS
Fax : + (1) 661 397 4288
usa@cashmaster.com
Germany Office
Poststr.3
52445 Titz-Hasselsweiler
GERMANY
t: +49 (0) 246 3 999 339
f: +49 (0) 246 3 999 338
germany@cashmaster.com
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