Sharp UP-3301 Instruction manual

POS TERMINAL
MODEL
UP-3301
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
CAUTION: Please observe the following when an optional drawer is used.
The drawer units should be securely fitted to the supporting platform 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.
Warning
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
Warnung
Dies ist eine Einrichtung der Klasse A. Diese Einrichtung kann im Wohnbereich
Funkstörungen verursachen; in diesem Fall kann vom Betreiber verlangt werden,
angemessene Maßnahmen durchzuführen und dafür aufzukommen.
Avertissement
Ceci est un produit de Classe A. Dans un environnement domestique ce produit
risque de provoquer une interférence radio, auquel cas l’utilisateur sera obligé
d’observer les mesures adéquates.
Advertencia
Este es un producto de la clase A. En un ambiente doméstico es posible que este
producto cause radiointerferencia. En este caso se solicita al usuario que tome
medidas adecuadas.
INTRODUCTION
Thank you very much for your purchase of the SHARP POS Terminal Model UP-3301. 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.
IMPORTANT
• Install your POS terminal in a location that is not subject to direct radiation, unusual temperature
changes, high humidity or exposure to water sources.
Installation in such locations could cause damage to the cabinet and the electrical components.
• The POS terminal should not be operated by an individual with wet hands.
The water could seep into the interior of the POS terminal and cause component failure.
• Do not apply excessive pressure to the display.
Do not use a sharp-pointed object on the display.
The LCD display will be damaged easily.
• When cleaning your POS terminal, 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 surface of the screen may become smeared and accumulate dust during use.
Gently wipe the surface of the screen with a soft cloth that has been dipped in a mild detergent solution
and squeezed dry.
• The POS terminal plugs into any standard wall outlet (official (nominal) voltage).
Other electrical devices on the same electrical circuit could cause the POS terminal to malfunction.
• If the POS terminal malfunctions, call your authorized SHARP dealer for service - do not try to
repair the POS terminal yourself.
PRECAUTION
This POS terminal has a built-in memory protection circuit which is operated by a rechargeable battery pack.
It should be known that 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 be recharged for a period of 24 to 48 hours prior
to use by the customer.
In order to charge the battery pack, the machine must be plugged in and its power switch must be set to the
“ON” position. This recharging precaution can prevent unnecessary initial service calls.
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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ··········································································································································· 1
IMPORTANT ················································································································································· 1
PRECAUTION ·············································································································································· 1
1. Part Names and Functions ··················································································································· 7
External View ········································································································································· 7
Front view ······································································································································ 7
Rear view ······································································································································ 7
Display ···················································································································································· 8
Operator display (touch panel) ······································································································ 8
Screen save mode ························································································································ 9
Clerk keys ············································································································································· 10
2. Before Operating the POS Terminal ·································································································· 11
Display Adjustment ······························································································································ 11
Connecting the Printer and Installing the Paper Rolls ·········································································· 11
3. Selecting an Operating Mode ············································································································· 12
Operating Modes ·································································································································· 12
Mode Selection ···································································································································· 13
Selecting a mode ························································································································ 13
Returning to the mode selection window ···················································································· 13
4. Receipts ··············································································································································· 14
Type of Receipts ·································································································································· 14
Addition receipt type ···················································································································· 14
Addition without payment receipt type ························································································ 14
Single/double receipt type ··········································································································· 15
Single/double + addition receipt type ·························································································· 15
Addition + single receipt type ······································································································ 16
Double addition receipt type ········································································································ 16
Double (addition + single) receipt type ························································································ 16
Sorted Receipt Function ······················································································································· 17
5. Prior to Entries ···································································································································· 20
Preparations for Entries ························································································································ 20
Error Warning ······································································································································· 20
Sample Receipt ···································································································································· 20
6. Entries ·················································································································································· 21
Function Key Description ····················································································································· 21
Touch-panel keyboard ················································································································ 21
Function keys list ························································································································· 29
How to Use the Touch Panel ··············································································································· 32
Cursor control by touching option(s) or item(s) in the window ···················································· 32
Clerk Assignment ································································································································· 34
Item Selection from the Menu Window ································································································· 34
Starting Cash Memory Entry ················································································································ 35
Item Entries ·········································································································································· 36
Single item entries ······················································································································· 36
Repeat entries ····························································································································· 38
Multiplication entries ···················································································································· 38
Split-pricing entries ······················································································································ 39
Single item cash sale (SICS)/single item finalize (SIF) entries ··················································· 40
Scale entries ······························································································································· 41
Non-turnover sales ······················································································································ 43
Special Entries for PLUs ······················································································································ 44
Promotion (normal selling) function ····························································································· 44
Promotion (set selling) function ··································································································· 45
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Link PLU entries ·························································································································· 46
Combo meal entries ···················································································································· 46
With/without entries ····················································································································· 47
PLU level shift (for direct PLUs) ·································································································· 48
PLU price level shift ···················································································································· 50
Condiment entries ······················································································································· 51
Happy hour ·································································································································· 53
Department shift ·························································································································· 53
Pint entries ·································································································································· 54
Display of Subtotals······························································································································ 55
Subtotal ······································································································································· 55
Difference subtotal (Differ ST) ····································································································· 55
Finalization of Transaction ··················································································································· 56
Cash or check tendering ············································································································· 56
Mixed tendering (check + cash) ·································································································· 57
Cash or check sale that does not need any tender entry ···························································· 57
Credit sale ··································································································································· 58
Mixed-tender sale (cash or check tendering + credit tendering) ················································· 58
Computation of VAT (Value Added Tax)/Tax ······················································································· 59
VAT/tax system ··························································································································· 59
Vat shift entries ··························································································································· 60
Guest Check (GLU/PBLU) ··················································································································· 61
GLU/PBLU system ······················································································································ 61
Drive-through function ················································································································· 64
Deposit entries ···························································································································· 68
Transferring guest checks out or in (Transfer-in/out) ·································································· 69
Bill printing ··································································································································· 70
Intermediate GLU reading (only for GLU system) ······································································· 71
Bill totalizing/bill transfer ·············································································································· 71
Bill separating ······························································································································ 73
Transaction migration ·················································································································· 75
Auxiliary Entries···································································································································· 76
Percent calculations (premium or discount) ················································································ 76
Discount entries ·························································································································· 77
Refund entries ····························································································································· 78
Return entries ······························································································································ 78
Printing of non-add code numbers ······························································································ 79
Printing of free text ······················································································································ 79
Entertainment bill ························································································································ 80
Payment Treatment ······························································································································ 81
Tip-in entries ······························································································································· 81
Currency exchange ····················································································································· 82
Received-on-account entries ······································································································ 83
Paid-out entries ··························································································································· 84
No-sale (exchange) ····················································································································· 85
Transferring cash ························································································································ 85
Cashing a check ·························································································································· 86
Service charge ···························································································································· 87
VIP sales ····································································································································· 87
WASTE mode ······································································································································· 88
Employee Function ······························································································································· 89
Clerk/manager sign-on ················································································································ 89
Employee’s working time recording ···························································································· 89
TRAINING Mode ·································································································································· 91
Supervisor Clerk ··································································································································· 92
Overlapped Clerk Entry ························································································································ 93
7. Correction ·············································································································································· 94
Correction of the Last Entry (Direct Void) ····························································································· 94
Correction of the Next-to-Last or Earlier Entries (Indirect Void) ··························································· 95
Subtotal Void ········································································································································ 96
Correction of Incorrect Entries Not Handled by the Direct, Indirect or Subtotal Void Function ············ 96
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8. Special Printing Function ····················································································································· 97
Copy Receipt Printing ··························································································································· 97
Guest Check Copy ······························································································································· 98
Validation Printing Function ·················································································································· 98
9. Manager Mode ······································································································································· 99
Entering the Manager Mode ················································································································· 99
Override Entries ··································································································································· 99
Tip Paid Entries ·································································································································· 100
Bill recording/Bill void ························································································································· 100
10. Correction after Finalizing a Transaction ······················································································· 101
11. Reading (X) and Resetting (Z) of Sales Totals ··············································································· 102
How to take a X1/Z1 or X2/Z2 report ························································································ 102
Daily Sales Totals ······························································································································· 105
General report ··························································································································· 105
Department report ····················································································································· 108
Individual group total report on departments ············································································· 108
Full group total report on departments ······················································································ 108
PLU report by designated range ······························································································· 109
Combo sales report ··················································································································· 110
PLU report by associated department ······················································································· 111
Individual group report on PLUs ································································································ 112
Full group total report on PLUs ································································································· 112
PLU stock report ······················································································································· 112
PLU cost report ························································································································· 113
PLU top 20 report ······················································································································ 114
PLU zero sales report (full) ······································································································· 115
PLU zero sales report (by dept.) ······························································································· 115
PLU minimum stock report ········································································································ 115
PLU group total report by hour ·································································································· 116
Total in drawer report ················································································································ 116
Transaction report ····················································································································· 116
Commission sales report ··········································································································· 117
Tax report ·································································································································· 117
Chief report ······························································································································· 117
Full clerk report ························································································································· 118
Individual clerk report ················································································································ 119
Clerk report (Drink dispenser misoperation) ············································································· 121
Drink dispenser error reading report ························································································· 121
Drink dispenser resetting report ································································································ 121
Employee active status report ··································································································· 122
Hourly report ····························································································································· 122
Drive-through service time report ······························································································ 122
Labor cost % report ··················································································································· 123
Ingredient stock report ·············································································································· 123
GLU/PBLU report ······················································································································ 123
GLU/PBLU report by clerk ········································································································· 124
Drive-through report ·················································································································· 124
Drive-through report by clerk ····································································································· 125
Balance report ··························································································································· 125
Bill report ··································································································································· 125
X1/Z1 stacked reports ··············································································································· 125
Periodic Consolidation ························································································································ 126
General information ··················································································································· 126
Employee report ························································································································ 127
Over time report ························································································································ 127
Employee time adjustment report ····························································································· 128
Daily net report ·························································································································· 128
X2/Z2 stacked report ················································································································· 128
Compulsory Cash/Check Declaration ································································································ 129
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12. How to Use the Programming Keyboard ························································································ 131
Programming Keyboard Layout ·········································································································· 131
How to Program Alphanumeric Characters ························································································ 132
Using character keys on the keyboard ······················································································ 132
Entering character codes ·········································································································· 133
13. Programming ····································································································································· 134
Basic Instructions ······························································································································· 134
Programming example ·············································································································· 134
Article Programming ··························································································································· 136
Department ······························································································································· 137
PLU ··········································································································································· 139
PLU range ································································································································· 142
PLU stock ·································································································································· 143
Ingredient ·································································································································· 144
Ingredient stock ························································································································· 145
PLU menu key ··························································································································· 146
Combo meal ······························································································································ 147
Link PLU table ··························································································································· 148
Condiment table ························································································································ 149
Promotion table (normal selling) ······························································································· 151
Promotion table (set selling) ······································································································ 152
Recipe table ······························································································································ 153
Scale table ································································································································ 154
Department shift ························································································································ 155
Happy hour ································································································································ 155
Direct Key Programming ···················································································································· 156
Direct PLU/dept. key ················································································································· 157
Functional Programming ···················································································································· 158
Discount key ( (–)1 thru (–)9 ) ··································································································· 159
Percent key ( %1 thru %9 ) ····································································································· 160
Commission ······························································································································ 160
Service charge ·························································································································· 161
Tip ············································································································································· 161
Deposit ······································································································································ 162
RA ············································································································································· 162
PO ············································································································································· 163
Media Key Programming ···················································································································· 164
Cash key ··································································································································· 165
Check key ( CHK through CHK4 ) ································································································· 166
Credit key ( CR1 through CR8 ) ································································································· 167
Hotel transfer key ······················································································································ 168
Cash in drawer ·························································································································· 169
Check change ··························································································································· 169
Check cashing ··························································································································· 170
Currency Programming ······················································································································ 171
Currency exchange key ( EXCHANGE1 through EXCHANGE9 ) ····································································· 171
Foreign drawer ·························································································································· 171
Text Programming ······························································································································ 172
Function text ······························································································································ 173
Department group text ·············································································································· 176
PLU group text ·························································································································· 176
PLU hourly group text ··············································································································· 177
Personnel Programming ····················································································································· 178
Clerk ·········································································································································· 179
Manager ···································································································································· 181
Employee ·································································································································· 182
Job location table ······················································································································ 183
Terminal Programming ······················································································································· 184
Date/Time Setting ······························································································································· 185
Date/time ··································································································································· 185
Optional Feature Selection ················································································································· 186
Function prohibition ··················································································································· 187
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Function selection ····················································································································· 188
Printing selection ······················································································································· 190
Programming for EURO change job ························································································· 192
Report Programming ·························································································································· 193
Zero skip ··································································································································· 194
General report format ················································································································ 195
Hourly report ····························································································································· 195
Stacked report ··························································································································· 196
Message Programming ······················································································································ 199
Receipt logo ······························································································································ 200
Free text ···································································································································· 200
Validation printing text ··············································································································· 201
Slip text ····································································································································· 201
Slip footer ·································································································································· 201
Entertainment bill message ······································································································· 202
Payee name ······························································································································ 202
Funktion Key Programming ················································································································ 203
Device Configuration Programming ··································································································· 204
Journal printer ··························································································································· 205
Receipt printer ··························································································································· 205
Slip printer ································································································································· 206
Report printer ···························································································································· 207
Remote printer (KP#1 through KP#9) ······················································································· 207
Scale/Drink dispenser/On-line ··································································································· 208
Drive-through Code Programming ····································································································· 209
Drive-through code ···················································································································· 209
Tax Programming ······························································································································· 210
Drink Dispenser Programming ··········································································································· 211
Drink dispenser preset ·············································································································· 212
Drink dispenser operator ··········································································································· 213
Downloading ····························································································································· 213
On-line Configuration Programming ··································································································· 214
Price Mode Programming ·················································································································· 215
Automatic Sequencing Key Programming ························································································· 216
Reading of Stored Programs ·············································································································· 217
Program reading sequence ······································································································· 217
Sample printouts ······················································································································· 219
14. Drink Dispenser ································································································································ 233
Drink dispenser misoperation and misoperation file ································································· 234
Causes of drink dispenser misoperation ··················································································· 234
Description of misoperation ······································································································· 235
Misoperation file reading ··········································································································· 235
Correction of drink dispenser articles in a drink dispenser misoperation file ···························· 236
15. Electronic Journal/Data Clear ·········································································································· 237
16. EURO Migration Function ················································································································ 238
17. Operator Maintenance ······················································································································ 239
Replacing the Backup Battery Pack ··································································································· 239
In Case of Power Failure ···················································································································· 241
Before Calling for Service ·················································································································· 241
18. Options ··············································································································································· 242
List of Options ···································································································································· 242
19. Specifications ···································································································································· 243
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1 Part Names and Functions
This chapter describes the part names and functions of this POS terminal.
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External View
Front view
Operator display (touch panel)
Top cabinet
Money checking space
Brightness control
Clerk switch
Contrast control
Bottom cabinet
Rear view
Side cover
Power switch
Insure that the power
switch is placed in the
OFF position prior to
connecting the AC
power cord.
AC power cord
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Display
This POS terminal is equipped with a color LCD operator display.
The operator display is a touch panel.
The operations can be performed by touching the screen (that shows keys or items in the receipt window) of
the operator display.
■ Operator display (touch panel)
The display can be tilted to the best viewing angle
by sliding the rear stand.
Be sure to push the
release button on the
side of the rear stand
when sliding it.
• Screen example (REG mode)
Time
Mode caption
NOTE
Once the internal clock
unit is started at the
correct time, it continues
to run as long as the
battery pack is charged
and will also update the
date properly.
Touch-panel keyboard
Numeric entry: An entered figure appears at the cursor position.
Window
NOTE
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The size of a display area depends on the layout of a touch-panel keyboard (ex. key size) or the
function mode (ex. drive-through function).
• Display example 1 (REG mode)
Time
Clerk name
Mode caption
Clerk code
Stock indicator (!):
Appears when the stock value become to less than minimum
stock.
Department shift status indicator (D1-D4)
Shows the department shift status currently selected.
VAT shift status indicator (V):
Appears when the VAT status is shifted.
E-Mail indicator (M): Appears when the E-mail data exist.
Sentinel mark (X):
Appears in the lower right corner of the screen
when the cash in drawer exceeds a
programmed sentinel amount. The sentinel
check is performed for the total cash in drawer.
Receipt ON/OFF status indicator (R):
Appears when the receipt ON-OFF function is set
to OFF. The indication disappears when the
function signs ON.
PLU level shift indicator (L01 - L10):
Shows the PLU level currently selected.
Numeric entry:
An entered figure appears
at the cursor position.
Received media type
Window: In the REG mode, the
window shows item
information you have just
entered such as items and
media types.
Price level shift indicator (P1 - P7):
Indicates the PLU price level currently selected.
• Display example 2 (PGM mode)
Clerk name
Time
Mode caption
Clerk code
Window:
In the PGM mode, programmable
items are listed.
Double-size character mode indicator (W):
Appears when the double-size character mode is
selected during text programming.
■ Screen save mode
To save the electrical power or the display’s life, your POS terminal is provided with the screen save
function. This function can turn the LCD backlight off when the POS terminal is left idle for an extended
period of time. You can program the time for which your POS terminal should keep the normal status (in
which the backlight is “ON”) before it goes into the screen save mode.
To exit the screen save mode, touch a key.
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Clerk Keys
This POS terminal allows the operator to use the following four clerk identification systems:
• Real clerk keys (standard 12 clerks/max. 126 clerks)
• Clerk code entry (max. 255 clerks)
• Clerk entry keys (max. 10 clerks)
• WMF clerk keys (max. 127 clerks)
The standard POS terminal has been shipped with the real clerk key system being programmed. If you want
to change the clerk identification system, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
Real clerk keys (1 through 12)
These keys serve to identify clerks. Put one of the 1 through 12 keys in the clerk switch.
Clerk code entry (1 through 9999)
Enter the clerk code by using the following procedure:
XXXX
Clerk code
CLK#
Clerk entry keys
CLK1
CLK10
These keys identify clerks. Touch any one of these keys.
WMF clerk keys
Put one of the WMF clerk keys in the WMF clerk switch.
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2 Before Operating the POS
Terminal
This chapter describes those steps required prior to using the POS terminal for the first time.
Display Adjustment
You can adjust the brightness and contrast of the display by using the corresponding controls.
• Brightness control
Turning the control backwards
darkens the display and turning it
forwards brightens the display.
• Contrast control
Turning the control backwards
darkens the display and turning it
forwards lightens the display.
The backlight in the display is a consumable part.
When the LCD display may no longer be adjusted and becomes darker, you should change the backlight.
Consult your authorized SHARP dealer for further details.
Connecting the Printer and Installing the Paper Rolls
This POS terminal may be configured with multiple types of printers offered in the market. For specific
instructions related to the handling and care of the printer, please refer to the applicable printer instruction
manual.
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3 Selecting an Operating Mode
The POS terminal will display the following listing by touching the MODE key.
Mode selection window
Operating Modes
You can select any mode other than REG from the list in the mode selection window. Your POS terminal
supports the following 9 operating modes:
REG mode
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This mode allows you to enter various sales information. The mode selection window
does not list this mode. To select this mode from the mode selection window, touch
the CANCEL key.
OPXZ mode
This mode allows clerks to take X or Z reports on their sales information. It can also be
used for employee time function.
OFF mode
This mode locks all operations of the POS terminal. When you select this mode, the
window will disappear. Touching any key turns the POS terminal ON.
X1/Z1 mode
This mode is used to take various daily reports (X1/Z1 reports).
X2/Z2 mode
This mode is used to take various weekly or monthly reports (X2/Z2 reports).
PRICE mode
This mode allows you to program unit price of PLUs.
PGM1 mode
This mode allows you to program those items which need to be changed often such
as unit prices and discount percentages.
PGM2 mode
This mode allows you to program those items which can be programmed in the PGM1
mode and do not require frequent changes such as date, time, and terminal functions.
AUTO KEY mode
This mode allows you to program automatic sequencing keys.
Mode Selection
Selecting a mode
Procedure
Use one of the following three methods:
1.
Touch the desired option line in the window.
2.
Move the cursor to a desired option by using the
key. Then touch the ENTER key.
3.
Enter the desired option number by using a numeric key.
Then touch the ENTER key.
or
NOTE
When you want to enter the REG mode, simply touch the CANCEL
key.
Returning to the mode selection window
Procedure
To return to the mode selection window, use the following
procedure:
1.
Touch the MODE or CANCEL key with the menu screen of the
selected mode displayed.
• You will enter the REG mode.
2.
Touch the MODE key.
• You will return to the mode selection window.
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4 Receipts
Type of Receipts
You can select one of the following 7 types of receipts. These types of receipts are available in the REG,
MGR or VOID mode. By default, the addition receipt type is selected. If you want to change the type of
receipts, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
• Addition receipt type
• Addition without payment receipt type
• Single/double receipt type
• Single/double + addition receipt type
• Addition + single receipt type
• Double addition receipt type
• Double (addition + single) receipt type
■ Addition receipt type
The addition receipt is a standard type. Several items can be printed on one receipt.
Addition receipt
■ Addition without payment receipt type
Your POS terminal prints in the same manner as for the addition receipt type. However, it does not print the
total part which shows payment methods such as “CASH” and “CHECK” with the total amount.
Addition without payment receipt
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■ Single/double receipt type
When you select this type:
• One receipt is issued and the transaction is finalized each time you enter an item.
• A single receipt or a double receipt is issued depending on the PGM2 programming for the department.
• Each sales transaction is automatically handled as a cash deal.
• Items specified as SICS or SIF are treated as a single type.
• PBLU entry is allowed. (However, the receipt type is regarded as the single/double + addition mode
receipt type.)
• Only the top logo is printed on the first part of the double receipt and the single receipt.
No logo is printed on the second part of the double receipt.
Double receipt
Single receipt
Perforation
■ Single/double + addition receipt type
When you select this type:
• Each item receipt is issued in series after you finalize the transaction.
• A single receipt or a double receipt is issued depending on the PGM2 programming for the department.
• PBAL receipts and a total part of receipt are not issued in a PBLU entry.
• Items specified as SICS or SIF are treated as single type.
• Only the top logo is printed on the first part of the double receipt and the single receipt.
No logo is printed on the second part of the double receipt.
Double receipt
Single receipt
Perforation
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■ Addition + single receipt type
When you select this type:
• An addition receipt and each single receipt are issued in series after you finalize the transaction.
• Footer logo message is printed at the end of the addition receipt part.
• PBAL receipts and a total part of receipt are not issued in a PBLU entry.
• The information on multiplication entry will be printed on a single receipt.
• Only the top logo is printed on each single receipt.
Addition receipt
Perforation
Single receipt
Single receipt
■ Double addition receipt type
The contents of this type of receipt is same as the addition receipt type.
However, the same receipt will be issued two times.
■ Double (addition + single) receipt type
The contents of this type of receipt is same as the (addition + single) receipt type.
However, the same receipt will be issued two times.
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Sorted Receipt Function
When the sorted receipt function is programmed for your POS terminal, PLUs are printed in sorted form by
PLU group regardless of the order that you entered items.
If you want to use this function, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
NOTE
This function is ineffective when the single/double receipt type is selected.
Example
It is assumed that you enter the items in the following order:
Key Operation
000001
Group 0
Group 1
Group 2
Group 1
2 PLU
000003
000004
CASH/TL
The print format differs depending on the programmed receipt type as follows:
• Addition receipt type
Single or double receipt
This is printed
immediately
after entering
the PLU of
group 00 or
department.
They are printed
when the
transaction is
finalized.
LOGO
Header
PL000001
LOGO
Header
LOGO
Header
GROUP1 TEXT
PL000002
PL000004
GROUP0 TEXT
PL000001
GROUP1 TEXT
PL000002
PL000004
GROUP2 TEXT
PL000003
LOGO
Header
GROUP2 TEXT
PL000003
This is printed
when you touch
r or GUEST CHECK RCPT
key after the
transaction.
(After transaction
receipt)
CASH
Footer
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• Addition without payment receipt type
Single or double receipt
This is printed
immediately
after entering
the PLU of
group 00 or
department.
LOGO
Header
PL000001
They are printed
when the
transaction is
finalized.
LOGO
Header
LOGO
Header
GROUP1 TEXT
PL000002
PL000004
GROUP0 TEXT
PL000001
GROUP1 TEXT
PL000002
PL000004
GROUP2 TEXT
PL000003
LOGO
Header
GROUP2 TEXT
PL000003
This is printed
when you touche
the r or GUEST CHECK RCPT
key after
the transaction.
(After transaction
receipt)
CASH
Footer
• Single/double + addition receipt type
Single or double receipt
This is printed
immediately
after entering
the PLU of
group 00 or
department.
LOGO
Header
PL000001
Single or double receipt
LOGO
Header
Group 1
PL000002
LOGO
Header
They are printed
when the
transaction is
finalized.
PL000004
Group 2
LOGO
Header
PL000003
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LOGO
Header
GROUP0 TEXT
PL000001
GROUP1 TEXT
PL000002
PL000004
GROUP2 TEXT
PL000003
CASH
Footer
This is printed
when you touche
the r or GUEST CHECK RCPT
key after
the transaction.
(After transaction
receipt)
• Addition + single receipt type
Single or double receipt
This is printed
immediately
after entering
the PLU of
group 00 or
department.
LOGO
Header
PL000001
LOGO
Header
LOGO
Header
GROUP1 TEXT
PL000002
PL000004
GROUP0 TEXT
PL000001
GROUP1 TEXT
PL000002
PL000004
GROUP2 TEXT
PL000003
LOGO
Header
PL000002
They are printed
when the
transaction is
finalized.
LOGO
Header
This is printed
when you touch
the r or GUEST CHECK RCPT
key after
the transaction.
(After transaction
receipt)
CASH
Footer
PL000004
LOGO
Header
Single receipt
GROUP2 TEXT
PL000003
LOGO
Header
PL000003
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5 Prior to Entries
REG MODE
Preparations for Entries
1.
2.
Select the REG mode from the mode selection menu by touching the CANCEL key.
Insure that all printers in your system have adequate paper rolls prior to beginning entries. For more
information, please refer to the applicable printer’s manual.
Error Warning
In the following examples, your POS terminal will go into an error state accompanied with a warning beep
and the error message on the display. Clear the error state by touching the CLEAR key and take the proper
action.
• When you exceed a 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 try the entry again.
• 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 touching the CLEAR key and touch a media key to finalize the transaction.
Sample Receipt
Date
Consecutive no.
Machine no.
Clerk code
Time
Clerk name
Item entry
Sales total
Cash amount tendered
Change due
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6 Entries
REG MODE
Function Key Description
■ Touch-panel keyboard
This POS terminal provides the following types of keyboards for various functions or modes.
· Main-1 (Home) keyboard
· Main-2 keyboard
· Main-3 keyboard
· Sub-1 keyboard
· Sub-2 keyboard
· Sub-3 keyboard
· Condiment-1 keyboard
· Condiment-2 keyboard
· Condiment-3 keyboard
· Menu-1 keyboard
· Menu-2 keyboard
· Menu-3 keyboard
NOTE
· Function menu 1 keyboard (blank)
· Function menu 2 keyboard (blank)
· Function menu 3 keyboard
· Function menu 4 keyboard
· Function menu 5 keyboard
· Payment menu keyboard
· Bill separate/Bill total keyboard
· Drive thru keyboard
· PGM mode keyboard
· PGM COMMAND keyboard
· X/Z mode keyboard
· X/Z COMMAND keyboard
· Character keyboard
If you want to change the layout, consult your authorized SHARP dealer.
Transition of the keyboard
PGM/XZ mode
keyboard
▲
MODE
CANCEL
▲
Sub-1
keyboard
SUB
▲
←MORE
▲
←MORE
MORE→
▲
MORE→
Sub-2
keyboard
←MORE
▲
←MORE
MORE→
▲
Main-2
keyboard
←MORE
▲
▲
▲
HOME
▲
Main-1 (Home)
keyboard
MORE→
▲
←MORE
MORE→
MORE→
▲
▲
Sub-3
keyboard
▲
▲
Main-3
keyboard
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Keyboard layout (default)
· Main-1 (Home) keyboard
This keyboard appears when you touch the
HOME key.
MODE MENU01 MENU02 MENU03 MENU04
VATSFT
L1
MENU05
MENU06
DPT.01 DPT.02 DPT.03 DPT.04
L2
000001
000006
SUB
000002
000007
000003
000008
AUTO
000004
000009
←MORE MORE→ NEXT C PAYMEN
000005
000010
MGR FU
7
8
9
ENTER
VOID
4
5
6
OPEN T TEXT1
CANCEL
1
2
3
CLEAR
0
NBAL
· Main-2 keyboard
This keyboard appears when you touch the
MORE→ key on the Main-1 (Home) keyboard.
HOME MENU01 MENU02 MENU03 MENU04
VATSFT
L1
L2
MENU05
MENU06
DPT.01 DPT.02 DPT.03 DPT.04
000011
000016
MGR FU
7
8
9
ENTER TEXT1
000012
000017
VOID
4
5
6
OPEN T
SUB
000013
000018
CANCEL
1
2
3
NBAL
AUTO
000014
000019
CLEAR
0
←MORE MORE→ NEXT C PAYMEN
000015
000020
· Main-3 keyboard
This keyboard appears when you touch the
MORE→ key on the Main-2 keyboard.
HOME MENU01 MENU02 MENU03 MENU04
VATSFT
L1
L2
22
MENU05
MENU06
DPT.01 DPT.02 DPT.03 DPT.04
000021
000026
MGR FU
7
8
9
ENTER TEXT1
000022
000027
VOID
4
5
6
OPEN T
SUB
000023
000028
CANCEL
1
2
3
NBAL
AUTO
000024
000029
CLEAR
0
←MORE MORE→ NEXT C PAYMEN
000025
000030
· Sub-1/Sub-2/Sub-3 keyboard
The Sub-1 keyboard appears when you touch
the SUB key.
The Sub-2 keyboard appears when you touch
the MORE→ key on the Sub-1 keyboard.
The Sub-3 keyboard appears when you touch
the MORE→ key on the Sub-2 keyboard.
HOME MENU10 MENU11 MENU12 MENU13
VATSFT
MENU14
MENU15
AUTO2
000031
000037
TEXT2
000032
000038
MGR FU
7
8
9
ENTER TEXT1
000033
000039
VOID
4
5
6
OPEN T
000034
000040
CANCEL
1
2
3
NBAL
AUTO
000035
000041
CLEAR
0
←MORE MORE→ NEXT C PAYMEN
000036
000042
· Condiment-1 keyboard
This keyboard appears when you touch the
MENU key in a condiment PLU entry.
HOME MENU10 MENU11 MENU12 MENU13
VATSFT
MENU14
MENU15
KEY001
KEY004
KEY002
KEY005
KEY003
KEY006
TEXT2
MGR FU
7
8
9
ENTER TEXT1
VOID
4
5
6
OPEN T
SUB
CANCEL
1
2
3
NBAL
AUTO
CLEAR
0
←MORE MORE→ NEXT C PAYMEN
· Condiment-2 keyboard
The Condiment-2 keyboard appears when
you touch the MORE→ key on the Condiment-1
keyboard.
HOME MENU10 MENU11 MENU12 MENU13
VATSFT
MENU14
MENU15
KEY007
KEY013
TEXT2
KEY008
KEY014
MGR FU
7
8
9
ENTER TEXT1
KEY009
KEY015
VOID
4
5
6
OPEN T
SUB
KEY010
KEY016
CANCEL
1
2
3
NBAL
AUTO
KEY011
KEY017
CLEAR
0
←MORE MORE→ NEXT C PAYMEN
KEY012
KEY018
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· Condiment-3 keyboard
The Condiment-3 keyboard appears when
you touch the MORE→ key on the Condiment-2
keyboard.
HOME MENU10 MENU11 MENU12 MENU13
VATSFT
MENU15
KEY019
KEY025
TEXT2
KEY020
KEY026
MGR FU
7
8
9
ENTER TEXT1
KEY021
KEY027
VOID
4
5
6
OPEN T
SUB
KEY022
KEY028
CANCEL
1
2
3
NBAL
AUTO
KEY023
KEY029
CLEAR
0
←MORE MORE→ NEXT C PAYMEN
KEY024
KEY030
· Menu-1/Menu-2/Menu-3 keyboard
The Menu-1 keyboard appears when you
touch the MENU01 thru MENU50 key.
The Menu-2 keyboard appears when you
touch the MORE→ key on the Menu-1
keyboard.
The Menu-3 keyboard appears when you
touch the MORE→ key on the Menu-2
keyboard.
HOME MENU10 MENU11 MENU12 MENU13
VATSFT
MENU14
MENU15
KEY001
KEY007
TEXT2
KEY002
KEY008
MGR FU
7
8
9
ENTER TEXT1
KEY003
KEY009
VOID
4
5
6
OPEN T
SUB
KEY004
KEY010
CANCEL
1
2
3
NBAL
AUTO
KEY005
KEY011
CLEAR
0
←MORE MORE→ NEXT C PAYMEN
KEY006
KEY012
HOME
EMPL#
RCP.SW
VATSFT
CLK#
GCCOPY
BILL S
TIME-IN
MISC FUNCTIONS
BILL T
TIME-OUT
TRANS IN
· Function menu 3 (MGR FUNCTION) keyboard
This keyboard appears when you touch the
MGR FUNCTION key.
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MENU14
P1
7
8
9
ENTER
BREAK
TRANS OUT
P2
4
5
6
OPEN THE TABLE
WASTE
VIP
CANCEL
1
2
3
NBAL
RA
PO
CLEAR
0
00
•
RA2
PO2
MGR#
D-THRU
· Bill separate/Bill total keyboard
This keyboard appears when you touch the
BILL SEPARATE or BILL TRANS/TOTAL key.
7
8
9
0
4
5
6
BILL S OPEN T
1
2
3
BILL T
CLEAR ENTER
NBAL
· Function menu 4 (TEXT1) keyboard
This keyboard appears when you touch the
TEXT1 function menu key.
CR1
CR2
AUTO
CR3
CHK
EXCHAN EXCHAN SUB TO
ENTERTAINMENT NON CA CASH T CASH/T
HOME
VOID
TEXT14
TEXT8
TEXT15
TEXT9
TEXT16
TEXT10
TEXT17
TEXT1
TEXT5
TEXT11
TEXT18
TEXT2
TEXT6
TEXT12
TEXT19
TEXT3
TEXT7
TEXT13
TEXT20
TEXT4
000001
· Function menu 5 (TEXT2) keyboard
This keyboard appears when you touch the
TEXT2 function menu key.
TEXT21
TEXT22
000002
HOME
000003
000004
VOID
TEXT32
TEXT25
TEXT33
TEXT26
TEXT34
TEXT27
TEXT35
TEXT28
TEXT36
TEXT29
TEXT37
TEXT30
TEXT38
TEXT31
TEXT39
TEXT23
TEXT24
25
➞
· PGM COMMAND keyboard
This keyboard appears when you touch the
PGM COMMAND key on the PGM mode keyboard.
AUTO10
➞
AUTO11
CANCEL
AUTO12
CLEAR
AUTO13
AUTO14
AUTO15
AUTO16
AUTO17
➞
· X/Z COMMAND keyboard
This keyboard appears when you touch the
X/Z COMMAND key on the X/Z mode keyboard.
AUTO18
➞
AUTO19
CANCEL
AUTO20
CLEAR
AUTO21
AUTO22
AUTO23
AUTO24
AUTO25
· Payment menu (PAYMENT) keyboard
This keyboard appears when you touch the
PAYMENT key.
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HOME
DEPO
RA
PO
VATSFT
DEP.RF
EXCHANGE2
BILL S
%1
EXCHANGE1
BILL T
(–)1
CR3
MGR FU
7
8
9
ENTER
H.T.
CR2
VOID
4
5
6
OPEN THE TABLE
NON CASH TIP
CR1
CANCEL
1
2
3
NBAL
CASH TIP
CHK
CLEAR
0
00
•
AUTO
ST VOI ENTERT
SUB TOTAL
CASH/TL
CALL
P DOWN
EMPL#
MGR#
AUTO21
AUTO22
CANCEL
LIST
AUTO23
CLEAR
MODE
AUTO24
7
8
9
X/QTY
4
5
6
PGM COMMAND
1
2
3
ENTER
0
00
•
CASH/TL
➞
DELETE
CLK#
P UP
CLK#
MGR#
AUTO21
➞
NEXT
P UP
➞
PREVIOUS
➞
· PGM mode keyboard
This keyboard appears when you select the
PGM mode.
AUTO25
P DOWN
EMPL#
VOID
AUTO22
· X/Z mode keyboard
This keyboard appears when you select the
X/Z mode.
CANCEL
LIST
AUTO23
CLEAR
MODE
AUTO24
7
8
9
X/QTY
AUTO25
4
5
6
XZ COMMAND
1
2
3
ENTER
0
00
•
CASH/TL
WAIT
NEW CAR ENTRY
P UP
RECALL
OPEN THE CAR
➞
HOME
➞
· Drive thru (D-THRU) keyboard
This keyboard appears when you touch the
D-THRU key.
CANCEL CLEAR
P DOWN
VATSFT
ENTER
SUB
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· Character keyboard
This keyboard is used when you need to
enter text data during PGM2 mode entries.
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■ Function keys list (default keyboard and labels)
Caption (default)
Function
HOME
Used to return to HOME keyboard.
CANCEL
Used to cancel your current operation or menu or return to previous menu.
Used to clear the entered data (amounts/rates/parameters, etc.) and the error state.
MODE
Used to go to MODE selection window or to return to HOME keyboard.
➞
CLEAR
Used to control the cursor (up arrow).
➞
Used to control the cursor (down arrow).
←MORE
Used to change the keyboard.
MORE→
Used to change the keyboard.
ENTER
Used to select item/menu or entered data.
SUB
Used to go to the sub-keyboard.
CASH/TL
Used to enter the direct cash/amount tendered operation, or to finalize the PGM job.
0 thru 9
Used to enter a numeric data (0 thru 9).
00
Used to enter a numeric data (00).
000
Used to enter a numeric data (000).
•
Used to enter a fractional part, or to toggle between two or more options.
X/QTY
Used to enter a quantity or times.
SUB TOTAL
Used to display subtotals.
P UP
Used to scroll page up.
P DOWN
Used to scroll page down.
BKSPC
Used to backs up the cursor for deleting the character or figure at the left of the cursor.
DELETE
Used to delete a character or figure in the cursor position.
DIF ST
Used to calculate the difference subtotal.
#
Used to enter a non-add code.
NS
Used to execute a no-sale function.
SCALE
Used to enter a weight for the item entry.
OPN TR
Used to enter the open tare.
PLU
Used to enter a PLU/subdepartment from the list by using a code.
GCCOPY
Used to take a copy of guest check.
VP
Used to perform the validation print.
SLIP
Used to print the slip.
RCPT
Used to print the receipt after transaction.
VOID
Used to void a last item, or used for the cursor void function.
ST VOID
Used to void an entire transaction (subtotal void).
REFUND
Used to enter the refund item.
RETURN
Used to enter the returned item
OPEN THE TABLE
Used to lookup the guest check.
OPEN THE CAR
Used to lookup the guest check (for drive-thru function).
NEW CAR ENTRY
Used to open a new guest check (for drive-thru function).
NBAL
Used to calculate a new balance.
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Caption (default)
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Function
FINAL
Used to finalize the guest check temporarily (with the tax calculation).
H.T.
Used to perform the hotell transfer function.
RA and RA2
Used to enter the received-on-account (RA 1 and 2).
PO and PO2
Used to enter the paid-out (PO 1 and 2).
1/2
Used to enter half penny.
AMOUNT
Used to enter an item amount.
PINT
Used to perform the pint entry.
VATSFT
Used to perform the VAT shift entry.
VIP
Used to enter the vip sale.
GUEST#
Used to enter the guest number.
DEPO
Used to enter the deposit.
DEP.RF
Used to refund the deposit.
BILL TRANS/TOTAL
Used to perform the bill transfer/bill totalizing function.
BILL SEPARATE
Used to perform the bill separate function.
TRANS OUT
Used to enter the transfer-out function.
TRANS IN
Used to enter the transfer-in function.
C.BILL
Used to print the bill.
GUEST CHECK RCPT
Used to print the details of the guest check on the receipt.
CASH TIP
Used to enter the cash tip.
NON CASH TIP
Used to enter the non-cash tip.
TIP PAID
Used to execute the tip paid function.
WITH
Used to add a PLU to the set PLU.
W/O
Used to delete a linked PLU from the set PLU.
CHK PR
Used to print the check.
MGR#
Used to enter the manager code.
EMPL#
Used to enter the employee code.
REPEAT
Used to repeat a last item entry.
PERSN#
Used to enter the person number.
I.PAY
Individual payment key
MISC FUNCTIONS
Used to display the miscellaneous function menu.
RCP.SW
Used to switch the receipt printing state (ON/OFF).
TIME-IN
Used to enter time-in operation.
TIME-OUT
Used to enter time-out operation.
BREAK
Break key
D.SFT1 thru D.SFT4
Used to change the department code for a PLU (department shift 1 thru 4).
L1 thru L10
Used to shift the direct PLU key level (level 1 thru 10).
P1 thru P7
Used to shift the PLU price level (level 1 thru 7).
FUNCTION MENU1
Used to go to the function menu 1 keyboard.
FUNCTION MENU2
Used to go to the function menu 2 keyboard.
MGR FUNCTION
Used to go to the function menu 3 keyboard (the manager function keyboard).
TEXT1
Used to go to the function menu 4 keyboard (text entry).
TEXT2
Used to go to the function menu 5 keyboard (text entry).
Caption (default)
Function
PAYMENT
Used to go to the payment menu keyboard.
WAIT
Used to shift the corresponding guest check to the wait mode (for drive-thru).
RECALL
Used to re-call the corresponding guest check to the registration mode (for drive-thru).
WASTE
Used to enter/release the WASTE mode.
NEXT CONDIMENT
Used to skip the next table of condiments.
D-THRU
Used to go to the drive-thru menu keyboard (guest check entry for drive-thru).
ENTERTAINMENT
Used to print the entertainment bill.
CASH2
Used to enter the cash 2 payment.
CHK thru CHK4
Used to enter the check payment (check 1 thru 4).
CR1 thru CR8
Used to enter the credit sale (credit 1 thru 8).
EXCHANGE1 to
EXCHANGE9
Used to creates a subtotal in foreign currency (exchange 1 thru 9).
%1 thru %9
Used to enter the percent calculation (percent 1 thru 9).
(-)1 thru (-)9
Used to execute the discount entry (discount 1 thru 9).
VAT
Used to enter the manual VAT.
CLK#
Used to enter the clerk code.
CLK01 thru CLK10
Used to assign the clerk.
AUTO to AUTO25
Used to ente the automatic sequencing (auto 1 thru auto 25).
MENU01 to MENU50
Used to go to the direct PLU menu (menu 1 thru 50).
TEXT#
Used to enter the text number to print the free text.
TEXT1 thru TEXT40
Used to print the free text (free text 1 thru 40).
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How to Use the Touch Panel
Operations can be performed by touching corresponding key(s) and/or selecting option(s) or item(s) in the
window.
NOTE
Do not use extreme force when touching the display or the keyboard.
Do not use any sharp or pointed objects, and avoid using your fingernails to touch them.
■ Cursor control by touching option(s) or item(s) in the window
You can select an option or item by using the
,
and ENTER keys.
To move the cursor, touch the
or
key. To select an option or item, touch the ENTER key.
You can also select option(s) or item(s) by touching corresponding line(s) in the window as follows:
• In the PGM/XZ mode
1.
To select an option, touch a corresponding line.
(When you release the touch panel, the option will be
selected.)
▲
2.
To scroll up or down the window, touch the bottom or
top of the frame (▼ or ▲).
To scroll down the window
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• In the REG mode
1.
To select item(s), touch corresponding line(s).
▲
▲
(If you touch a selected item again, it will be
deselected.)
To select items
2.
Dragging:
▲
Touch a corresponding line, and drag the cursor to a
target line.
(The touched item will be selected.)
▲
Dragging
▲
3.
To scroll up or down the window, touch the bottom or
top of the frame (▼ or ▲).
(The selected item will remain unchanged.)
▲
To scroll down the window
To scroll up the window
• To deselect all of selected items, touch the CANCEL key.
• To deselect a selected item, touch a corresponding line again.
• To display the journal image during the transaction, touch the [J].
▲
NOTE
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Clerk Assignment
Clerks can be assigned on four systems: real clerk key, clerk code entry, clerk entry key and WMF clerk key
systems. Contact your authorized SHARP dealer for their selection.
Real clerk key system (factory-set)
If you select this system, clerks can be assigned by inserting corresponding real clerk keys. Any
registration cannot be performed unless a real clerk key is inserted.
Clerk code entry system
If you select this system, clerks can be assigned by entering his or her clerk code in advance.
Procedure
XXXX
Clerk code
CLK#
XXXX
*Secret code
ENTER
* The pop-up window for entering a secret code will appear after touching the
CLK#
key.
If the item entry is made when the clerk have been signed off, the clerk entry pad will be opened in the
window and the clerk entry will be compelled.
The sign-off operation can be performed by using the following procedure in the REG or MGR mode:
To sign off a clerk: ➞
CLK#
Clerk entry key system
If you select this system, clerks can be assigned by touching corresponding clerk keys on the keyboard.
WMF clerk key system
If you select this system, clerks can be assigned by inserting WMF clerk keys.
NOTE
If another clerk is signed on while a clerk is signed on, the latter will automatically be signed off.
Item Selection from the Menu Window
Your POS terminal allows you to select functions from a menu window. For example, if you want to enter an
item for Paid-out 1, select the option “PO” from the “MISC FUNCTIONS” menu instead of touching the PO
key.
The menu window can be opened as follows:
• Miscellaneous menu window
MISC FUNCTIONS
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➞
Starting Cash Memory Entry
If you enter the amount of the cash for the change due (starting cash) in the drawer before starting entry
operations, you can discriminate that amount from the sales amount when reports are generated.
Your POS terminal can be programmed to enforce the entry of starting cash into memory. For details,
contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
Procedure
Select the OP X/Z mode and perform the following operation:
Select SCM(+) or SCM(–)
XXXXXXXX
Amount
(max. 8 digits)
ENTER
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Item Entries
Single item entries
Department entries
Enter a unit price and touch a department key.
If you use a programmed unit price, touch a department key only.
Procedure
When using a programmed unit price
Unit price*
(max. 8 digits)
DEPT
*Less than the programmed upper limit amount
Example
Key Operation
1200
Display
6
7
CASH/TL
NOTE
When those departments for which the unit price has
been programmed as zero (0) are entered with the preset
unit price, only the sales quantity is added.
Direct PLU entries (PLU entries and subdepartment entries)
Follow this procedure:
Procedure
When using a programmed unit price
Direct PLU
*Open price
(for subdept. entries)
ENTER
*Less than the programmed upper limit amount
Example
Key Operation
Display
000010
CASH/TL
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PLU menu-based entries (PLU entries and subdepartment entries)
Follow this procedure:
Procedure
When using a programmed unit price
MENU01 thru MENU50
Item selection from
the menu keyboard
*Open price
(for subdept. entries)
ENTER
*Less than the programmed upper limit amount
Example
Key Operation
Display
MENU01
Select PLU code 15
from the menu keyboard.
CASH/TL
PLU code entries (PLU entries and subdepartment entries)
Follow this procedure:
Procedure
When using a programmed unit price
PLU code
PLU
*Open price
(for subdept. entries)
ENTER
*Less than the programmed upper limit amount
Example
Key Operation
Display
2 PLU
60 PLU 750 ENTER
CASH/TL
NOTE
When those PLUs for which the unit price has been programmed as zero (0) are entered, only the sales
quantity is added.
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■ Repeat entries
You can use this function for repetitive entries of the same items.
Example
Key Operation
Display
200
Repeated
department
entry
8
8
8
Repeated PLU
entry (indirect)
10 PLU
PLU
PLU
Repeated PLU
entry (direct)
000021
000021
Repeated
subdepartment
entry
60 PLU
500 ENTER
PLU
CASH/TL
NOTE
You can use the
REPEAT
key for repeat entries instead of the department key, PLU key, or direct PLU key.
Multiplication entries
Use this feature when you need to enter two or more the same items.
This feature helps you when you sell a large quantity of items or need to enter quantities that contain
decimals.
Procedure
FF method (for speedy entries in the fast food restaurants)
Q’ty
Direct PLU
PLU entry (direct)
Normal method
When you use a programmed
unit price
Q’ty
X/QTY
Unit price
Dept.
PLU code
PLU
Direct PLU
Unit price
PLU code
PLU
MENU01 thru MENU50
Dept. entry
PLU entry (indirect)
ENTER
Unit price
ENTER
Subdept. entry (indirect)
ENTER
PLU/subdept. entry (menu)
Item selection
Unit price
• Q’ty: Up to four-digit integer + three-digit decimal
• Unit price: Less than a programmed upper limit
• Q’ty x unit price: Up to seven digits
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PLU/subdept. entry (direct)
Example
Key Operation
7
Display
5 X/QTY
•
000008
8
•
15 X/QTY
13 PLU
25 X/QTY
000018
MENU01
3 X/QTY
60 PLU
100 ENTER
1 • 8 X/QTY
Select PLU code 25
from the menu keyboard.
CASH/TL
Split-pricing entries
You will use this function when your customer wants to purchase more or less than the base quantity of a
loose item.
Procedure
FF method
When you use a
base q’ty programmed
for PLU code
Selling q’ty
X/QTY
Base q’ty
Direct PLU
Normal method
When you use a base
q’ty programmed for
PLU code
Selling q’ty
X/QTY
Base q’ty
X/QTY
When you use a programmed
unit price
Unit price
per base q’ty
PLU code
Direct PLU
PLU code
MENU01 thru MENU50
Dept.
PLU
Unit price
per base q’ty
PLU
ENTER
Unit price
per base q’ty
Item selection
ENTER
Unit price
per base q’ty
ENTER
• Selling quantity: Up to four-digit integer + three-digit decimal
• Base quantity: (Programmed)
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Example
Key Operation
MENU01
Display
10 X/QTY 7 X/QTY
7 PLU
600 ENTER
5 X/QTY 8 X/QTY
35 PLU
X/QTY
3
5 X/QTY
Select PLU code 50
from the menu keyboard.
CASH/TL
■ Single item cash sale (SICS)/single item finalize (SIF) entries
The operation is the same as that for normal department/PLU entries. The SICS and SIF functions can be
available only when the receipt type is “addition receipt type.”
SICS entries
• 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 touch the department key, PLU key or
the direct PLU key.
Example
Key Operation
Display
▼
250
For finishing
the transaction
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NOTE
If a ring-up 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.
SIF entries
• If a ring-up to a department or PLU/subdepartment set for SIF follows the ones to departments or PLUs/
subdepartments not set for SIF, the transaction is finalized immediately as a cash sale.
• Like the SICS function, this function is available for single-item cash settlement.
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Example
Key Operation
Display
For finishing
the transaction
▼
1745
1500
8
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■ Scale entries
You have a choice of either the manual or automatic method for scale entry.
If the first method is chosen, the clerk needs to enter the reading of the scale manually. If the second one is
chosen, the weight is automatically read from the connected scale (option) and appears in the POS terminal
display. If you need auto scale entries, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
Manual scale entries
Procedure
FF method
When you use a
base wt. programmed
for PLU code
Net weight
SCALE
Direct PLU
Base wt.
Normal method
When base wt. is 1 kg
(or 1 lb.)
When you use a programmed
unit price
When you use a
base wt. programmed
for PLU code
Net weight
SCALE
Base wt.
X/QTY
Unit price
per base wt.
Dept.
Unit price
per base wt.
Dept.
PLU code
Direct PLU
PLU code
MENU01 thru MENU50
PLU
Unit price
per base wt.
PLU
ENTER
Unit price
per base wt.
Item selection
ENTER
Unit price
per base wt.
ENTER
• Net weight: Up to 5 digits (integer + decimal)
• Base weight: Up to 2 digits (integer)
NOTE
The net weight is automatically calculated using the programmed tare weight.
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Example
Key Operation
Display
3 SCALE
000010
CASH/TL
Auto scale entries
Procedure
FF method
OPN TR
Tare
weight
When you use a
base wt. programmed
for PLU code
When you use a
programmed scale table no.
Scale table number
SCALE
Direct PLU
Base wt.
Normal method
When base wt. is 1 kg
(or 1 lb.)
Tare
weight
When you use a
programmed scale
table number.
OPN TR
Scale table number
When you use a
base wt. programmed
for PLU code
SCALE
Base wt.
X/QTY
When you use a programmed
unit price
Unit price
per base wt.
Dept.
Unit price
per base wt.
Dept.
PLU code
Direct PLU
PLU code
MENU01 thru MENU50
• Tare weight:
• Net weight:
• Base weight:
• Scale table number:
PLU
Unit price
per base wt.
PLU
ENTER
Unit price
per base wt.
Item selection
ENTER
Unit price
per base wt.
ENTER
Up to 4 digits (integer + decimal)
Up to 5 digits (integer + decimal)
Up to 2 digits (integer)
1 to 9
NOTE
• The POS terminal can be programmed with up to nine scale tables and allows different tares to be
assigned to them.
• When the SCALE key is touched, the net weight is automatically read from the connected scale (option) and
appears in the POS terminal display.
• When the PLU is programmed for “Compulsory scale entry,” it is not necessary to touch the SCALE key.
• To issue a receipt which shows only a tare weight, touch OPN TR , enter a tare weight, then touch SCALE and
CASH/TL .
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Example
Key Operation
Display
SCALE 8
PLU
200 ENTER
SCALE
000010
CASH/TL
■ Non-turnover sales
This function is used to perform transaction other than ordinary sales (turnover) as is the case when
cigarettes or bouquets are ordered in a restaurant and the like. In this case, a clerk once pays the bill and
demands together with other payment.
It is performed by entering a department belonging to the non-turnover group or PLU belonging to the
department. If you need this function, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
Example
Key Operation
2700
200
▼
Non-turnover sale
Display
4
4
CASH/TL
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Special Entries for PLUs
■ Promotion (normal selling) function
This function is convenient for matching several PLU items and selling them in a lump (e.g. value meal,
etc.). Operation is the same as for normal PLUs. The promotion table consists of the discount amount, the
trip level for discount (satisfying count of entered item), and the text for a table. One table can be assigned
max. 5 kind of items. If the transaction that the promotion item is registered is finalized, the sales amount
may be discounted as follows:
Promotion items of table no. 1: Item-A (*2.30), Item-B (*3.10), Item-C (*2.50)
Trip level for discount:
3
Discount amount:
*1.00
<Sale 1>
Item-A
Item-B
Item-C
Subtotal
Discount
Total
<Sale 2>
*2.30
*3.10
*2.50
*7.90
-1.00
*6.90
Item-C
Item-C
Item-C
Subtotal
Discount
Total
*2.50
*2.50
*2.50
*7.50
-1.00
*6.50
Example
In the case of <Sale 1> above
Key Operation
Treated as *2.30 item ➞
Treated as *3.10 item ➞
Treated as *2.50 item ➞
Display
000010
000011
000012
CASH/TL
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Promotion
discount
■ Promotion (set selling) function
This function is convenient for matching several PLU items and selling them in a lump (e.g. value meal etc.).
Operation is the same as for normal PLUs. The promotion table consists of the text for a table, the discount
amount, and the trip level for discount (satisfying count of entered item) for each PLU. One table can be
assigned max. 5 kind of items. If the transaction is finalized under the following condition, the sales amount
may be discounted as follows:
• The total quantity of the sales meet the trip level which is programmed in the promotion table.
• Items of the sales are programmed in the promotion table.
Promotion items of table no. 2:
Trip level for each item:
Discount amount:
Item-A (*3.00), Item-B (*2.50), Item-C (*2.10)
Item-A (1), Item-B (1), Item-C (2)
*4.00
<Sale 1>
Item-A
Item-B
Item-C
Item-C
Subtotal
Discount
Total
<Sale 2>
*3.00
*2.50
*2.10
*2.10
*9.70
-4.00
*5.70
Item-A
*3.00
Item-A
*3.00
Item-B
*2.50
Item-C
*2.10
Subtotal *10.60
Discount -0.00
Total
*10.60
Discount is not allowed.
(Q’ty of the item-C should be
two.)
Example
In the case of <Sale 1> above
Key Operation
Treated as *3.00 item ➞
Treated as *2.50 item ➞
Treated as *2.10 item ➞
Treated as *2.10 item ➞
Display
000010
000011
000012
000012
CASH/TL
Promotion
discount
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■ Link PLU entries
Operation is the same as that for normal PLU entries. When a link PLU is entered, the linked PLU’s amount
is included and the linked PLU’s label is printed automatically. Only the 1st-ranking PLU is affected by the
VAT shift key. The percent calculation is in effect for the amount of the 1st-ranking PLU.
Example
Key Operation
Display
000021
CASH/TL
Combo meal entries
Operation is the same as that for normal PLU entries.
When a combo meal is entered with the Combo PLU, the labels of those PLUs linked to the Combo PLU are
printed automatically. The sum of all adjusted prices (of those PLUs linked to the Combo PLU) becomes the
“combo meal” price setting.
Example
Key Operation
Display
000020
CASH/TL
NOTE
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When combo meal is registered, q’ty totalizer of the combo PLU and amount totalizer of each
PLU are updated.
■ With/without entries
A maximum of 20 linked PLUs of the combo PLU can be modified (added or deleted) temporarily by using
W/O and WITH keys.
With:
To add a PLU to the combo PLU.
Without: To delete a linked PLU from the combo PLU.
Procedure
To enter the next PLU code to be added
PLU code
to be added
WITH
With:
Without:
Combo PLU code
Direct PLU
Direct PLU
(To be added)
(Combo PLU)
Linked PLU code
to be deleted
W/O
PLU
PLU
PLU
Direct PLU
(To be deleted)
To enter the next PLU code to be deleted
NOTE
The “with” and “without” operation is allowed a total of 20 times.
Example
Key Operation
W/O
WITH
Display
16 PLU
17 PLU
22 PLU
CASH/TL
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■ PLU level shift (for direct PLUs)
This shift can double or triple the number of direct PLUs on your POS terminal without adding additional
direct PLU keys. You can use direct PLUs in ten levels by utilizing the PLU level shift keys L1 thru L10 .
Level key shifts the PLU level from the other nine to the required level. (The normal level is the level 1.)
You must program your machine in the PGM mode to select one of the two PLU level shift modes —
automatic return mode* and lock shift mode** — and decide whether to allow PLU level shift in both the
REG and MGR modes or in the MGR mode alone.
* The automatic return mode automatically shifts the PLU level back to level 1 after touching a direct PLU
key or finalizing each transaction.
** The lock shift mode holds the current PLU level until a PLU level shift key is touched.
Automatic return mode (for PLU levels)
If your terminal has been programmed for PLU level in the automatic return mode, touch a desired PLU
level shift key before a numeric entry.
Procedure
(Returning every item entry)
L2
Numeric entry
L10
Direct PLU
Return to level 1
(Q’ty, X/QTY )
(Returning every transaction)
L1
Numeric entry
L10
Direct PLU
(Finalization)
(Q’ty, X/QTY )
NOTE
When you use the FF method, you need not touch the X/QTY key for multiplication entries.
Lock shift mode (for PLU levels)
If your terminal has been programmed for PLU level in the lock shift mode, touch a desired PLU level shift key
before a numeric entry.
Procedure
L1
Numeric entry
L10
Direct PLU
Stay in the current level
(Q’ty, X/QTY )
NOTE
• If you select the automatic return mode (Retuming every item entry), it is not necessary to use the L1
key on the keyboard.
• When you use the FF method, you need not touch the X/QTY key for multiplication entries.
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Example
Level 1 : PLU code 1, PLU code 2
Level 2 : PLU code 101, PLU code 102
• When your POS terminal has been programmed for the automatic return mode:
Key Operation
Display
000001
L2
000101
000002
CASH/TL
• When your POS terminal has been programmed for the lock shift mode:
Key Operation
Display
L1
000001
L2
000101
000102
CASH/TL
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■ PLU price level shift
Seven different price levels can be programmed for each PLU.
The price levels can be changed for PLU registrations.
You can shift the PLU price level (level 1 thru 7) by utilizing the PLU price shift keys P1 thru P7 .
You must program a PLU price level shift mode (i.e. automatic return mode* or lock shift mode**) and the
operating modes to be used for PLU price level shift (i.e. both RED and MGR modes or MGR mode alone).
* The automatic return mode automatically shifts the PLU price level back to level 1 after a PLU entry. You
can select whether the PLU price level should return each time you enter one item or each time you
finalize one transaction.
** The lock shift mode holds the current PLU price level until touching a price level shift key.
Automatic return mode (for price shifts)
If your terminal has been programmed for PLU price level in the automatic return mode, touch a desired
price level shift key before a numeric entry.
Procedure
(each item)
P2
P7
Numeric entry
PLU code
(Q’ty, X/QTY , etc.)
Direct PLU
Numeric entry
PLU code
Return to
price level 1
PLU
(each transaction)
P2
P7
(Q’ty, X/QTY , etc.)
[Payment]
PLU
Direct PLU
NOTE
When you use the FF method, you need not touch the X/QTY key for multiplication entries.
Lock shift mode (for price shifts)
If your terminal has been programmed for PLU price level in the lock shift mode, touch a desired price level
shift key before a numeric entry.
Procedure
To shift the price level of another PLU
P1
Numeric entry
P7
(Q’ty, X/QTY , etc.)
PLU code
PLU
Stay in the current
price level
Direct PLU
NOTE
• If you select the automatic return mode, it is not necessary to use the P1 key on the keyboard, but if you
select the lock shift mode, it is necessary to use the key.
• When you use the FF method, you need not touch the X/QTY key for multiplication entries.
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Example
PLU price level 1: PLU code 1 (@1.10), PLU code 2 (@1.50)
PLU price level 2: PLU code 1 (@3.00), PLU code 2 (@2.40)
• When your POS terminal has been programmed for the automatic return mode:
Key Operation
Display
000001
P2
000001
000002
CASH/TL
• When your POS terminal has been programmed for the lock shift mode:
Key Operation
Display
P1
000001
P2
000001
000002
CASH/TL
■ Condiment entries
Your terminal may be programmed for prompting condiment and preparatory instructions for a menu-item
PLU.
Example:
When you enter a menu-item PLU, a prompting message such as “HOWCOOK?” and a list of the “Following
PLUs” will appear. You must specify one of the “Following PLUs” such as “without mustard” to meet a
special order of the guest. In an example of the condiment table shown below, it is assumed that the
condiment table no.1 is assigned to PLU code 21 (programmed text “STEAK”) and table no. 4 is assigned to
table no. 1 as the next table no. When you enter the PLU code 21, the message “HOWCOOK?” will appear
to prompt you to specify one of “RARE,” “MED.RARE,” and “WELLDONE.” If the guest chooses “RARE,”
select it from the list. Then the next message “POTATO?” will appear to prompt you to specify one of
“P.CHIPS,” “MASHED.P,” and “BAKED.P.” If the guest chooses “MASHED.P”, select it. Then touch the
CASH/TL key to end this entry.
Here is an example of how to perform a condiment entry when your condiment table is as shown below.
Table number
1
4
Menu-item
PLUs
PLU codes for condiment entry (programmed text, price)
23
25
27
(HOWCOOK?)
(RARE 0.00)
(MED.RARE 0.00) (WELLDONE 0.00)
33
37
38
(POTATO?)
(P. CHIPS 0.60) (MASHED.P 0.60) (BAKED.P 0.50)
Message text
Next table no.
4
––––––––
PLUs
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Example
Key Operation
Display
000021
Select “RARE”
from the key list.
Select “MASHED.P”
from the key list.
CASH/TL
▼
▼
NOTE
• Your POS terminal will continue to operate for the condiment entry until you finish the entire condiment
entry programmed for the PLU. During the condiment entry, if you enter a normal PLU, which is not in the
condiment table, an error message will appear.
• When REPEAT TIMES of the condiment table is programmed either of 2 thru 9, its table shows repeatedly
until accomplishment of a programmed times, then the next table will show.
• When the NEXT CONDIMENT key is touched, the entry skips to the next table which is programmed.
• When the CANCEL key is touched, its condiment entry is canceled in the programmed mode (REG/MGR or
MGR).
• When you enter a PLU priced at “0.00,” only the text will be printed on the receipt.
• No multiplication entry is possible for any condiment entries.
• No refund entry is possible for any condiment entries. When you perform a refund entry with a menu-item
PLU and the condiment PLUs assigned to the menu-item PLU are automatically registered as a refund
entry.
• You may omit the compulsory condiment entry by touching the CANCEL key.
• The cursor void entry is allowed for those PLUs that are entered as condiments (menu and condiment).
• The multiplication entry can be made for each condiment item independently. However, sum of the
entered quantity per condiment table have to be same or below as menu PLU registration.
When no multiplication entry is made, the quantity is decided automatically to reach number of menu PLU
registration.
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■ Happy hour
If a time range is programmed for a price level, the price corresponding to the price level is automatically
registered within the time range. When the entry time becomes to be out of the time range, the price level
returns to the following levels:
Shift by price level shift key
The price level returns to the level before the time range.
Shift by clerk
The price level returns to the level which is programmed for an assigned clerk.
The following examples show that between 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM are programmed for price level 2.
Example
• Between 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM
Key Operation
Display
000001
CASH/TL
• Excepting the time range from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Key Operation
Display
000001
CASH/TL
■ Department shift
This shift can change the preset department to which a PLU belongs temporarily. When the D.SFT1 through
D.SFT4 key is entered at the start of a transaction, the department codes to which all PLUs used in the
transaction belong are changed to those which have been assigned to the D.SFT1 through D.SFT4 key used.
The following example shows that the PLU code 1 belongs to the department 1 and the D.SFT2 key is
programmed for the department 10.
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Example
Key Operation
Display
D.SFT2
000001
CASH/TL
Dept. 10 totalizers are updated.
(Original preset (dept. 1) is ignored.)
■ Pint entries
Using this function, you can sell an item with the desired quantity such as a half and a double.
To perform this function, touch the PINT key and enter an item assigned a PLU code for which you have
programmed a pint price and a pint quantity. The price for the pint quantity will appear on the receipt. For
details, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
Procedure
FF method
PINT
Direct PLU
PLU entry (direct)
Normal method
PINT
PLU
PLU code
PLU entry (indirect)
Direct PLU
Unit price
PLU code
PLU
MENU01 thru MENU50
ENTER
Unit price
Item selection
PLU/subdept. entry (direct)
Subdept. entry (indirect)
ENTER
Unit price
ENTER
PLU/subdept. entry (menu)
• Unit price: Less than a programmed upper limit
Example
Key Operation
PINT 2
Display
X/QTY
000001
PINT
000002
CASH/TL
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Display of Subtotals
Your POS terminal provides the following types of subtotals:
■ Subtotal
Touch the SUB TOTAL key at any point during a transaction. The sales subtotal including tax will appear in the
display.
■ Difference subtotal (Differ ST)
Touch the DIF ST key at any point during a transaction. When you touch it first, the subtotal of all entries which
have been made is displayed and printed. If you touch it second, you will get the subtotal of entries which
have been made after you got the first subtotal. Taxes are calculated each time you touch the DIF ST key, and
taxes and taxable subtotals are displayed and printed on the receipt.
Example
Key Operation
Display
000001
000002
DIF ST
000012
CASH/TL
NOTE
When the transaction of zero sales subtotal is finalized, the drawer will remain closed.
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Finalization of Transaction
■ Cash or check tendering
Touch the SUB TOTAL key to get an including-tax subtotal, enter the amount tendered by your customer, then
touch the CASH/TL or CASH2 key if it is a cash tender or touch the CHK thru CHK4 key if it is a check tender. When
the amount tendered is greater than the amount of the sale, your POS terminal will show the change due
amount and the symbol “CHANGE.” Otherwise your POS terminal will show the symbol “DUE” and a deficit.
Make a correct tender entry.
NOTE
• Touch the PAYMENT key and select a pertinent medium key.
Example
Cash tendering
Key Operation
Display
SUB TOTAL
1000 CASH/TL
Check tendering
Key Operation
Display
SUB TOTAL
1000 CHK
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■ Mixed tendering (check + cash)
Example
Key Operation
Display
SUB TOTAL
1000 CHK
500 CASH/TL
Cash or check sale that does not need any tender entry
Enter items and touch the CASH or CASH2 key if it is a cash sale or touch the CHK thru CHK4 keys if it is a check
sale. Your POS terminal will display the total sales amount.
Example
Key Operation
Display
000006
10 PLU
CASH/TL
In the case of check sale
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■ Credit sale
Enter items and touch the corresponding credit keys (
CR1
thru
CR8
).
Example
Key Operation
Display
000006
000007
CR1
NOTE
• Amount tendering operations (i.e. change calculations) can be achieved by the
PGM2-mode programming allows them.
• Touch the PAYMENT key and select a pertinent credit key.
CR1
thru
CR8
key when
■ Mixed-tender sale (cash or check tendering + credit tendering)
Example
Key Operation
Display
SUB TOTAL
950 CASH/TL
CR2
NOTE
Touch the CHK thru CHK4 keys or the CR1 thru CR8 keys in place of the CASH/TL key when your customer
makes payment by checks or by credit account.
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Computation of VAT (Value Added Tax)/Tax
■ VAT/tax system
The POS terminal may be programmed for the following six tax systems by your authorized SHARP dealer.
Automatic VAT 1 through 6 system (Automatic operation method using programmed percentages)
This system, at settlement, calculates VAT for taxable 1, taxable 2, taxable 3, taxable 4, taxable 5, and
taxable 6 subtotals by using the corresponding programmed percentages.
Automatic tax 1 through 6 system (Automatic operation method using programmed percentages)
This system, at settlement, calculates taxes for taxable 1, taxable 2, taxable 3, taxable 4, taxable 5, and
taxable 6 subtotals by using the corresponding programmed percentages, and also adds the calculated
taxes to those subtotals, respectively.
Manual VAT 1 through 6 system (Manual entry method using programmed percentages)
Procedure
SUB TOTAL
VAT
This system provides the VAT calculation for taxable 1, taxable 2, taxable 3, taxable 4, taxable 5, and
taxable 6 subtotals. This calculation is performed using the corresponding programmed percentages when
the VAT key is touched just after the SUB TOTAL key.
Manual VAT 1 system (Manual entry method for subtotals that uses VAT 1 preset percentages)
Procedure
To use a programmed rate
SUB TOTAL
VAT rate
VAT
This system enables the VAT calculation for the then subtotal. This calculation is performed using the VAT 1
preset percentages when the VAT key is touched just after the SUB TOTAL key. For this system, the keyed-in tax
rate can be used.
Manual tax 1 through 6 system (Manual entry method using programmed percentages)
Procedure
SUB TOTAL
VAT
This system provides the tax calculation for taxable 1, taxable 2, taxable 3, taxable 4, taxable 5, and taxable
6 subtotals. This calculation is performed using the corresponding programmed percentages when the VAT
key is touched just after the SUB TOTAL key. After this calculation, you must finalize the transaction.
Automatic VAT 1 through 3 and tax 4 through 6 system
This system enables the calculation in the combination with automatic VAT 1 through 3 and tax 4 through 6.
This combination can be any of VAT 1 through 3 and tax 4 through 6. The tax amount is calculated
automatically with the percentages previously programmed for these taxes.
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NOTE
VAT/tax assignment is printed at the fixed right position of the amount on the receipt and bill as follows:
VAT1/tax1
VAT2/tax2
VAT3/tax3
VAT4/tax4
VAT5/tax5
VAT6/tax6
A
B
C
D
E
F
When the multiple VAT/tax is assigned to a department or a PLU, a smaller number of the VAT/tax will be
printed. For details, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
Example
Key Operation
(When the manual
VAT 1 through 6
system is selected)
Display
000008
SUB TOTAL
VAT
CASH/TL
■ VAT shift entries
This feature is intended to shift the tax status of a particular department (or PLU) programmed for taxable 1
or taxable 1 and taxable 3.
1. When the VAT shift entry is made for a particular department or PLU programmed for taxable 1, their tax
status shifts to taxable 2.
2. When this entry is made for a particular department (or PLU) programmed for taxable 1 and taxable 3,
the tax status “taxable 1” remains unchanged, but the other, “taxable 3” is ignored.
Procedure
Touche the VATSFT key to activate the VAT shift prior to entering department(s) or PLU(s) concerned.
It is also possible to activate the VAT shift at the end of a transaction.
Example
Key Operation
Display
VATSFT
000008
SUB TOTAL
VAT
CASH/TL
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Guest Check (GLU/PBLU)
Two different guest check entry systems are available: the guest lookup (GLU) and previous balance lookup
(PBLU) systems. It depends on how your POS terminal has been programmed which of these is used.
(Contact your authorized SHARP dealer for this selection.)
GLU system: If this system is selected, the balance due and the details of the order are placed in the
guest check file. The information can be automatically recalled by entering a guest check
code (= a GLU code) when additional ordering occurs.
PBLU system: If this system is selected, the previous balance is stored in the previous balance lookup file
(PB lookup file). The information can be automatically recalled by entering a previous
balance lookup code (= a PBLU code) when additional ordering occurs.
GLU/PBLU system
New guest
For a new guest, open a new guest check and assign a GLU/PBLU code.
Procedure
For automatic GLU/PBLU
code generation
GLU/PBLU code
(1 to 99999999)
*1
*2
*2
OPEN THE TABLE
No. of guest
(max. 2 digits)
ENTER
Person no.
PERSN#
[Item entries]
(max. 2 digits)
FINAL
GUEST CHECK RCPT
NBAL
XXXXXX
SLIP
RA1 or RA2
[Payment operation]
I. PAY
Person no.
PERSN#
VP
(Cash, Check, Credit, Exchange)
*3 When paid in full.
NOTE
• The GLU/PBLU code refers to a code that will be used whenever the guest check must be accessed for reordering or final payment.
• The person number is assigned to each person. When you make registration by each person, the person
number has to be entered.
• Your POS terminal can be programmed GLU/PBLU codes in a sequential fashion. If your POS terminal
has not been programmed to do so, each GLU/PBLU code can be entered manually.
*1 This is the optional function (Temporary finalization).
You can temporarily finalize a guest check by touching the FINAL key. This prints out a guest check to
show the current balance, including tax. The guest check, however, is still “open.” This means you
can still make additional orders to it. The tax is calculated but is not added to the tax totalizer.
*2 The tax is not calculated.
*3 The tax is calculated and is added to the tax totalizer.
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Example
Key Operation
11
OPEN THE TABLE
▼
No. of guests
Display
2 ENTER
000002
000003
NBAL
Additional ordering
For making additional guest check entries, enter the GLU/PBLU code first for automatic guest lookup.
Procedure
GLU/PBLU code
(1 to 99999999)
OPEN THE TABLE
Person no.
PERSN#
[Item entries]
(max. 2 digits)
FINAL
GUEST CHECK RCPT
NBAL
XXXXXX
SLIP
RA1 or RA2
[Payment operation]
I. PAY
Person no.
PERSN#
VP
(Cash, Check, Credit, Exchange)
When paid in full.
Example
Key Operation
11
Display
OPEN THE TABLE
000007
000007
NBAL
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Settlement
Use the following procedure:
Procedure
GLU/PBLU code
(1 to 99999999)
I. PAY
OPEN THE TABLE
Person no.
[Item entries]
PERSN#
[Payment operation]
GUEST CHECK RCPT
(Cash, Check, Credit, Exchange)
SLIP
VP
Example
Key Operation
Display
11 OPEN THE TABLE
2000 CHK
400 CASH/TL
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■ Drive-through function
A second GLU/PBLU function can be used as the drive-through function. This system looks up drivethrough codes automatically (First In/First Out).
This drive-through system provides three types of POS terminal functions (Order taker, cashier station and
counter).
Drive-through screen
The drive-through screen can be displayed by touching the D-THRU key or by finalizing the drive-through
registration (refer to PGM: FUNC.SELECTING).
When the HOME, SUB or Function menu key is touched, the screen is changed to the ordinary screen from
the drive-through screen. The screen can also be changed to the ordinary screen by beginning the drivethrough registration with touching the NEW CAR ENTRY key.
Order taker machine
For the current code
Cashier station machine
For the previous code
For the next code
For the
current code
The drive-through codes in the WAIT state
Counter machine
For the
current code
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Waiting time count
For the previous code
The order entry and settlement operation can be performed only for the current code.
The window of desired drive-through code is saved to the wait state by using the WAIT key.
Select the drivethrough code.
(Touch the pertinent
window)
➞
WAIT
The window of desired drive-through code is released from the wait state by using the RECALL key.
➞ RECALL
Selective codes
Select the drivethrough code.
ENTER
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New car
For a new car, open a new drive-through balance (the code is automatically generated).
Procedure
*1
NEW CAR ENTRY
[Item entries]
*2
NBAL
GUEST CHECK RCPT
FINAL
SLIP
VP
NOTE
The drive-through code refers to a code that will be used whenever the guest check must be accessed for
re-ordering or final payment.
*1 The tax is not calculated.
*2 This is the optional function (Temporary finalization).
You can temporarily finalize a guest check by touching the FINAL key. This prints out a guest check to
show the current balance, including tax. The guest check, however, is still “open.” This means you can
still make additional orders to it. The tax is calculated but is not added to the tax totalizer.
Example
Key Operation
Display
NEW CAR ENTRY
000002
000003
NBAL
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Additional ordering
For making additional drive-through entries, use the following procedure:
Procedure
OPEN THE CAR
[Item entries]
NBAL
GUEST CHECK RCPT
FINAL
SLIP
VP
Example
Key Operation
Display
OPEN THE CAR
000007
000008
NBAL
Settlement
Use the following procedure:
Procedure
CASH/TL , CASH2
OPEN THE CAR
[Item entries]
CHK ~ CHK4
GUEST CHECK RCPT
CR1 ~ CR8
SLIP
EXCHANGE1 ~ EXCHANGE9
VP
Example
Key Operation
Display
OPEN THE CAR
1000 CHK
600 CASH/TL
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■ Deposit entries
Deposit refers to a prepayment on a guest check. It can be received in cash, by check or credit.
You can make a deposit entry only when entering a guest check. It cannot be done during handling of a
tendered amount.
A received deposit can be refunded by touching the DEP.RF key. You cannot attempt to refund an amount
larger than the deposit balance.
Procedure
Deposit amount
(max. 7 digits)
CHK through CHK4
DEPO
CASH/TL or CA2
DEP.RF
CR1 through CR8
Example
Key Operation
Display
11 OPEN THE TABLE
5000 DEPO
CASH/TL
NBAL
Example
Key Operation
Display
11 OPEN THE TABLE
5000 DEP.RF
CASH/TL
NBAL
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■ Transferring guest checks out or in (Transfer-in/out)
Transferring guest checks out
At the end of a clerk shift or whenever a clerk is relieved, one or more open guest checks can be transferred
from the clerk to the open check file until the responsibility for the check(s) is assigned to another clerk.
Also, all open guest checks of this clerk can be transferred at one time.
Procedure
When all open GLU codes of
the active clerk are transferred.
TRANS OUT
XXXXXXXX
GLU/PBLU code
OPEN THE TABLE
TRANS OUT
For the next guest check
Example
Key Operation
Display
TRANS OUT
11
OPEN THE TABLE
TRANS OUT
Transferring guest checks in
When the second clerk is assigned to be responsible for guest checks that have been transferred out:
Procedure
When all guest checks which are transferred
out from a clerk are transferred.
Clerk code
CLK#
TRANS IN
XXXXXXXX
GLU/PBLU code
OPEN THE TABLE
TRANS IN
For the next guest check
Example
Key Operation
Display
TRANS IN
11
OPEN THE TABLE
TRANS IN
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■ Bill printing
This function is used for issuing the bill to the guest. Your POS terminal can print the bill (normal bill or
cumulated bill) on the slip, receipt, or journal printer. For selecting these printers, contact your authorized
SHARP dealer.
Procedure
Normal bill
C.BILL
Cumulated bill
Bill on the slip (auto feed)
XX
No. of lines
of slip feed
SLIP
Bill on the receipt
GUEST CHECK RCPT
NOTE
This function is available immediately after the finalization of transaction (including after touching the NBAL or
the FINAL key).
Example
• When you select normal bill printing:
Key Operation
Print
GUEST CHECK RCPT
• When you select cumulated bill printing:
Key Operation
Print
C.BILL
GUEST CHECK RCPT
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■ Intermediate GLU reading (only for GLU system)
This function is used for temporary inspection of the guest check. The details of the guest check can be
printed on the receipt or the slip. For selecting these printers, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
Procedure
02 INTERMED.
MISC FUNCTIONS
GLU code
RECEIPT
ENTER
SLIP
ENTER
OUTPUT
ENTER
NOTE
This function is available after finishing the guest check entry.
Example
Print
Key Operation
MISC FUNCTIONS
[Select “02 INTERMED.”] 21 ENTER
ENTER
■ Bill totalizing/bill transfer
Bill totalizing
The bill totalizing function is used to totalize multiple bills when, for example, a particular guest pays not only
his or her bill, but also the bills of other guests.
Procedure
When more bills are added
BILL T
GLU/PBLU code
(1 to 99999999)
#1
OPEN THE TABLE
GLU/PBLU code
(1 to 99999999)
#2
SUB TOTAL
NBAL
[Payment operations]
NOTE
• All #1 bills are added to a #2 bill. A maximum of 5 bills is available for #1.
• The GLU/PBLU code of #1 must be in use. If the guest check(s) of #1 or #2 has already been handled by
another clerk, the guest check(s) must have been made “Transferring out.”
• After the bill totalizing operation, the individual payment is not allowed.
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Example
Key Operation
Display
BILL T
12 OPEN THE TABLE
13 OPEN THE TABLE
11 SUB TOTAL
NBAL
Bill transfer
This function is used to change the GLU/PBLU code of a particular bill.
Procedure
GLU/PBLU code
(1 to 99999999)
BILL T
#1
OPEN THE TABLE
GLU/PBLU code
(1 to 99999999)
SUB TOTAL
NBAL
#2
NOTE
• This function requires that the current GLU/PBLU code be entered for #1 and a new GLU/PBLU code be
entered for #2.
• A #1 bill is transferred to a #2 bill. The #1 bill is then cleared and set free.
Example
Key Operation
BILL T
11 OPEN THE TABLE
12 SUB TOTAL
NBAL
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Display
■ Bill separating
This function is used when each guest of a group pays his or her own order. With this function, you can
select some items from a guest check and make an entry for the payment. Also, you can transfer the items
you have selected to other guest checks. This function is available only in the GLU system.
Procedure
To end
BILL S
For the payment operation
To select another item
For automatic GLU
code generation
BILL S
GLU code
(Original
GLU code)
OPEN THE TABLE
GLU code
OPEN THE TABLE
(For receiving)
To enter total q’ty
[Item selection by
touching operation]
NBAL
Numeric key
(Q’ty)
ENTER
BILL S To end
CASH/TL or another
payment key
NOTE
• The items can be transferred from the original windows to the destination (receiving) window.
• The items which are refunded or discounted can not be separated.
• If the receiving GLU code is not entered during the bill separating operation, it is considered that the
payment function has been made by touching the CASH/TL or other payment key.
• You cannot specify the quantity of an item for selection when the stored quantity has decimal fraction.
Example
In this example, it is assumed that you receive payment from a group for two “MEAT”s and five “EGG”s
stored in a guest check (GLU code 22).
Key Operation
Display
BILL S
22
OPEN THE TABLE
Select “3 MEAT” from
the original window.
2 ENTER
Select “6 EGG” from
the original window.
5 ENTER
CASH/TL
▼
---
BILL S
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Example
In this example, it is assumed that you transferred three “MEAT”s and five “EGG”s stored in a guest check
(GLU code 25) to a new guest check (GLU code 31).
Key Operation
Display
BILL S
25
31
OPEN THE TABLE
OPEN THE TABLE
Select “3 MEAT” from
the original window.
ENTER
Select “6 EGG” from
the original window.
5 ENTER
NBAL
▼
------
BILL S
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■ Transaction migration
This POS terminal allows you to migrate the transaction of non-GLU type to the GLU file.
Procedure
For automatic GLU/PBLU
code generation
GLU/PBLU code
(1 to 99999999)
[Item entries]
OPEN THE TABLE
No. of guest
[Item entries]
GUEST#
(max. 2 digits)
FINAL
GUEST CHECK RCPT
NBAL
XXXXXX
SLIP
RA1 or RA2
[Payment operation]
When paid in full.
VP
(Cash, Check, Credit, Exchange)
Example
Key Operation
Display
000001
35
OPEN THE TABLE
NBAL
NOTE
• The transaction migration can be operated before payment operation was made.
• This function can not be used when individual payment system is selected.
• This function can be made for GLU entry, not for drive-through entry.
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Auxiliary Entries
■ Percent calculations (premium or discount)
• Your POS terminal provides percent calculations for a subtotal or each item entry. You need to specify in
advance for which of a subtotal and each item entry your POS terminal should perform a percent
calculation.
• For percent calculations (premium, discount, subtotal or individual), you may use the %1 through %9
key.
• Percentage: 0.01 to100.00%
Percent calculation for a subtotal
Example
Key Operation
(When a discount of
10% is programmed
for the %1 key.)
Display
4 X/QTY
000003
000005
000005
SUB TOTAL
▲
%1
CASH/TL
Percent calculation for item entries
Example
Key Operation
7
000006
▲
(When a premium of
10% is programmed
for the %2 key.)
Display
%2
90 PLU
•
5 %2
CASH/TL
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■ Discount entries
Your POS terminal allows you to deduct a certain amount less than a programmed upper limit after the entry
of an item or the computation of a subtotal.
Discount for a subtotal
Example
Key Operation
Display
000006
80 PLU
SUB TOTAL
100 (–)2
CASH/TL
Discount for item entries
Example
Key Operation
Display
7 PLU
75 (–)1
CASH/TL
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■ Refund entries
If a returned item is the one entered into a department, enter the amount of the return, then touch the REFUND
key and a corresponding department key in this order; and if an item entered into a PLU is returned, enter a
corresponding PLU code, then touch the REFUND and PLU keys, or touch the REFUND and direct PLU keys in this
order without entering any PLU code.
Example
Key Operation
REFUND
Display
000003
7 X/QTY
7 REFUND
PLU
CASH/TL
■ Return entries
If a refunded item is to be entered into a department, enter the amount of the refund, then touch the RETURN
key and a corresponding department key in this order; and if an item entered into a PLU is returned, enter a
corresponding PLU code, then touch the RETURN and PLU keys, or touch the RETURN and direct PLU keys in this
order without entering any PLU code.
Example
Key Operation
Display
000005
RETURN
000004
7 X/QTY
7 RETURN
PLU
CASH/TL
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■ Printing of non-add code numbers
Enter a non-add code number such as a guest code number and credit card number within a maximum of
16 digits and touch the
key at any point during the entry of a sale.
Example
Key Operation
Display
1230
000001
CR2
■ Printing of free text
Free text programmed in the PGM mode can be printed out by entering the corresponding text code and
touching the TEXT key or by touching a corresponding direct text key. You can describe your item together
with departments and PLUs.
Procedure
Text code
(1 to 99)
Dept. entry
PLU/subdept. entry
TEXT#
Direct text keys
Example
Key Operation
Display
1 TEXT
000011
CASH/TL
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■ Entertainment bill
This function is used to print sales data on guest checks (Entertainment bill) on a receipt printer.
Procedure
ENTERTAINMENT
Print sample
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Payment Treatment
■ Tip-in entries
Your POS terminal allows the entry of tips that your guests give to clerks in cash or other media (check or
credit). The tip in entry assumes that it is carried out in the following system:
• Tip paid by a guest to a clerk is entered in the POS terminal by tip entry, and the restaurant pays the tip
amount to the clerk later in cash.
• Tip amount entry to the POS terminal is normally performed by a clerk.
The entry is allowed before payment operation is performed. After the tip entry is performed, item entry is
not allowed. The transaction operation must be finalized by payment operation. Two types of tip, cash tip
and non-cash tip, are not allowed to be mixed in entry during one transaction operation. Tip entry only in
either of them is allowed.
Cash tip entry:
In a transaction in which cash tip entry is made, when payment operation is started,
the process is as follows:
Cash tender (which may be foreign money) is compulsory until total cash tender
exceeds or equals to cash tip amount. Then, check (or credit) tender operation is
allowed.
Non-cash tip entry: In a transaction in which non-cash tip entry is made, when payment operation is
started, the process is as follows:
Check (or credit) tender is compulsory until total check (or credit) tender exceeds or
equals to non-cash tip amount. Then, cash tender operation is allowed.
Procedure
Cash tip entry
Tip amount
CASH TIP
Non-cash tip entry
Tip amount
NON CASH TIP
Example
Key Operation
11
Display
OPEN THE TABLE
300 CASH TIP
300 CASH/TL
1380 CHK
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■ Currency exchange
Your POS terminal allows payment entries in foreign currency. Touching the EXCHANGE1 through EXCHANGE9 key
creates a subtotal in foreign currency. Cash alone can be handled after currency exchange.
Procedure
For additional payment in foreign currency
After an entry
is completed
or
After the amount
tendered is found
smaller than the
sales amount in
a sales entry
For exact amount payment
* Preset rate
EXCHANGE1
Amount
tendered
(max. 8 digits)
EXCHANGE9
CLEAR
Re-entry
CASH/TL
CA2
Next registration
or
payment in
domestic currency
*Preset rate: 0.000000 to 999.999999
NOTE
• When the amount tendered is short, its equivalent in deficit is shown in domestic currency.
• Change amount will be displayed in domestic currency.
Example
Preset rate : 0.6068
Currency exchange key used : EXCHANGE1
Key Operation
Display
000006
Currency
exchange
▲
▲
Amount
tendered in
foreign currency
000007
EXCHANGE1
5000 CASH/TL
Currency descriptor
NOTE
Case of opening foreign currency drawer:
• At the timing of issuing receipt after tendering exchange amount.
• At the timing of issuing X/Z report (included CCD)
• The Exchange drawer open function is executed.
When the EXCHANGE(n) key is touched simply out of transaction, the foreign currency
drawer is opened.
EXCHANGE1
EXCHANGE9
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■ Received-on-account entries
Procedure
Direct key entries
RA amount
(max. 8 digits)
RA
To correct (overwrite)
RA amount
or RA2
or
Discount rate
%1 through %9
Discount amount
(–)1 through (–)9
VOID
CASH/TL or CA2
To cancel
RA operation
Amount
tendered
CHK through CHK4
CR1 through CR8 *
CASH/TL
When split or mixed tendering is made
Menu-based entries
RA or RA2
from
the window
MISC FUNCTIONS
ENTER
RA amount
(max. 8 digits)
To correct (overwrite)
RA amount
ENTER
or
Discount rate
%1 through %9
Discount amount
(–)1 through (–)9
VOID
To cancel
RA operation
CASH/TL or CA2
Amount
tendered
CHK through CHK4
CR1 through CR8 *
CASH/TL
When split or mixed tendering is made
NOTE
• Of the CR1 through
amounts tendered.
CR8
keys, you may use only the one that is programmed to be capable of entering
Example
Key Operation
Display
12345
4800 RA
4000 CHK
800 CASH/TL
NOTE
You may also choose the RA procedure instead of the above procedure only for cash payment.
Contact your authorized SHARP dealer to change the procedure.
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Procedure
Direct key entries (cash-only entry)
RA amount
(max. 8 digits)
RA
or RA2
Menu-based entries (cash-only entry)
RA or RA2
from the window
MISC FUNCTIONS
ENTER
RA amount
(max. 8 digits)
ENTER
■ Paid-out entries
Procedure
Direct key entries
For the next PO
CASH/TL or CA2
PO
or
Amount
(max. 8 digits)
PO2
PO
CHK through CHK4
or
CR1 through CR8 *
PO2
To cancel
Menu-based entries
For the next PO
CASH/TL or CA2
PO or PO2
from the window
MISC FUNCTIONS
ENTER
Amount
(max. 8 digits)
CHK through CHK4
MISC FUNCTIONS
CR1 through CR8 *
To cancel
NOTE
• Of the CR1 through
amounts tendered.
CR8
keys, you may use only the one that is programmed to be capable of entering
Example
Key Operation
Display
6789
PO
3000
CHK
PO
NOTE
You may also choose the PO procedure instead of the above procedure only for cash payment.
Contact your authorized SHARP dealer to change the procedure.
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Procedure
Direct key entries (cash-only entry)
Amount
(max. 8 digits)
PO
or PO2
Menu-based entries (cash-only entry)
MISC FUNCTIONS
PO or PO2
from the window
ENTER
Amount
(max. 8 digits)
ENTER
■ No-sale (exchange)
Simply touch the NS key without any entry. The drawer will open and the printer will print the caption “NO
SALE.” If you let your POS terminal print a non-add code number before touching the NS key, a no-sale
entry will be achieved with a non-add code number printed.
Display
NOTE
You can also enter “No-sale” from the miscellaneous menu window. Touching the
“08 NO SALE” from the window.
MISC FUNCTIONS
key and select
■ Transferring cash
This function is used to change cash sales amount for credit or check sales amount. For example, you can
use this function when your guest asks you to credit the payment or to receive payment with check after
entering the payment as cash.
Procedure
Amount
(max. 8 digits)
CHK through CHK4
CR1 through CR8
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Example
Key Operation
Display
2000 CHK
■ Cashing a check
Enter the check amount, then touch the CHK through CHK4 keys. You cannot use this function when your
POS terminal is set for “cash transferring is available.” For selecting cash transfer or check cashing, contact
your authorized SHARP dealer.
Procedure
Check
amount
CHK through CHK4
Example
Key Operation
6789
3000 CHK
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Display
■ Service charge
When the payment operation is made for sales registrations, the service charge amount is calculated and
printed. You can program a percent rate for calculating the service charge. If the percent rate is
programmed as 0%, the POS terminal does not print any service charge. Service charge is available in
automatic VAT 1-6, automatic tax 1-6, automatic VAT 1-3 and automatic tax 4-6 system.
Example
Key Operation
Display
000002
000003
SUB TOTAL
CASH/TL
■ VIP sales
This function is used for transaction for the important guest who is free of charge. In this mode, any unit
price is not counted.
Procedure
VIP
[Item entries]
CASH/TL
Example
Key Operation
Unit price
programmed for
PLU1: 1.15
Unit price
programmed for
PLU2: 15.00
Display
VIP
000001
3 X/QTY
000002
CASH/TL
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WASTE mode
This mode is used to throw away an article which has already been prepared and is no longer serviceable.
Procedure
WASTE
[Item registration]
WASTE
WASTE mode
NOTE
• PLU entries are only allowed in the WASTE mode, and direct and indirect void operations are also allowed
in this mode.
• When a WASTE-mode transaction is finalized, the drawer does not open.
• The consecutive number is incremented every WASTE-mode transaction.
• When the WASTE mode is activated by touching the WASTE key, the mode caption “WASTE” is displayed.
Example
Key Operation
Display
WASTE
▲
000010
000011
Mode caption
WASTE
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Employee Function
You can use the following functions by using employee codes:
■ Clerk/manager sign-on
Clerks or managers can be signed on by entering employee codes, or they can be signed on by using
employee cards. To use an employee card, you need a magnetic card reader (MCR). Contact your
authorized SHARP dealer.
Use the following procedures:
• Clerk sign-on
Reading an employee card
XXXXXXXXXX
Employee code
(max. 10 digits)
XXXX
Secret code
(max. 4 digits)
EMPL
ENTER
NOTE
In the case of “real clerk key system,” sign-on cannot be done by this procedure.
• Manager sign-on
Reading an employee card
XXXXXXXXXX
Employee code
(max. 10 digits)
XX
Manager code
(max. 2 digits)
XXXX
Secret code
(max. 4 digits)
EMPL
ENTER
MGR
■ Employee’s working time recording
You can manage the number of hours for which employees work.
The working time can be recorded by the following operations:
Time-in/out and break-in/out operations
• Time-in or break-out
Select the
“REG” mode
TIME-IN
BREAK
Employee code
(max. 10 digits)
XXXXXXXXXX
Reading an
employee card
ENTER
Secret code
XXXX
ENTER
Secret code
XXXX
ENTER
When location entry is inhibited
When the default
location is selected
Select a
job location.
• Time-out or break-in
Select the
“REG” mode
TIME-OUT
BREAK
ENTER
Employee code
(max. 10 digits)
XXXXXXXXXX
Reading an
employee card
ENTER
NOTE
• You can select a job location by using the • key or list the selections by touching the LIST key.
• The POS terminal allows a clerk to sign-on or off without checking the clerk’s time-in or out.
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Example
Key Operation
Display
TIME-IN
▲
Employee
code
3 ENTER
▼
Secret
code
▲
1357 ENTER
▼
ENTER
Time-edit operation
A manager can edit employee’s time-in/out data to record his or her time correctly.
Select the
“OP X/Z” mode
3 EMPLOYEE
Employee code
(max. 10 digits)
XXXXXXXXXX
Reading an
employee card
ENTER
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CASH/TL
1 TIME EDIT
XX
Manager code
ENTER
XXXX
Manager
secret code
ENTER
When editing today’s data
ENTER
XXXX
Employee
secret code
ENTER
XXXXXX
Date
ENTER
Time-edit window
will appear and then
enter the time data.
TRAINING Mode
The training mode is used when the operator or the manager practices POS terminal operations.
When a clerk set in training is selected, the POS terminal automatically enters the training mode. When a
clerk not set in training is selected, the POS terminal automatically enters the ordinary REG mode. A
training text and a maximum of two training clerks can be programmed. For programming of training clerk,
contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
The training operations are valid in all modes.
A mark which is identifying a training receipt is printed on the receipt which is issued in the training mode.
The journal report completely stops in the training mode. The consecutive number is not updated. The
preceding number is repeated in printing.
The memory in clerk is updated in the training mode. Other memories are not updated.
The GLU codes which are opened in the training mode are also printed on the GLU report. In this case,
those GLU codes are distinguished from others by the character of “T.” The data of training GLU codes are
not added to the total.
The reading and resetting of training clerks is printed on the clerk reports. However, the sales total of
training clerks is not included in the clerk total on the full clerk report.
Print
Key Operation
Selecting the
clerk set in
training
000005
3 X/QTY
000003
CASH/TL
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Supervisor Clerk
This function is used to substitute a supervisor clerk for an ordinary clerk. The supervisor clerk can make
entry as an ordinary clerk by assigning the ordinary clerk code. You can use the supervisor clerk function
only for substituting for an ordinary clerk. This function is available only in the real clerk key system.
To use this function, insert a real clerk key assigned supervisor clerk, enter the ordinary clerk code and
touch the CLK# key. When you insert a supervisor clerk key and open an existing guest check, the original
clerk who usually controls the guest check will automatically be assigned.
NOTE
This function is unavailable when the “overlapped clerk function” is enabled.
Procedure
To open an existing guest check
Inserting a supervisor
clerk key
Clerk code
(4 digits)
CLK#
When working outside guest check
or opening a new guest check
Example
• When opening a new guest check (GLU code 11) with this function:
Key Operation
Display
Inserting a supervisor clerk key
1
11
CLK#
OPEN THE TABLE
000001
NBAL
• When receiving payment for the order stored in the GLU code 11:
Key Operation
Inserting a supervisor clerk key
11
OPEN THE TABLE
120 CASH/TL
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Display
Overlapped Clerk Entry
This function allows to switch from one clerk to another clerk and to interrupt the first clerk’s entry. So the
second clerk can do his or her entry in this mode. Interrupt handling is possible only in the overlapped clerk
entry. For actual use of this function, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
NOTE
• The overlapped clerk entry is not effective while the tendering sale is going on.
• If any clerk is still making an entry (or has not finalized the transaction yet), the POS terminal does not run
in any mode other than REG and MGR, and no X/Z reports can be printed. The message “CLERK
REMAINED” is displayed at this time.
Example
The entry by clerk1 is started.
Clerk change (1 to 2), interrupt initiated
The transaction by clerk2 is finished.
Clerk change (2 to 1), entry restarted, transaction finished
Key Operation
Clerk 1 is assigned.
(Clerk key 1 is
inserted.)
Display
000001
000003
000003
Clerk 2 is assigned.
(Clerk key 2 is
inserted.)
Clerk 1 is assigned.
(Clerk key 1 is
inserted.)
3 X/QTY
000002
CASH/TL
000001
000003
CASH/TL
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7 Correction
REG MODE
MGR MODE
Correction of the Last Entry (Direct Void)
If you make an incorrect entry relating to a department, PLU/subdepartment, percentage ( %1 through
%9 ), discount ( (–)1 through (–)9 ), item refund, or tip, you can void this entry by touching the VOID key
immediately.
Example
Key Operation
Display
000006
VOID
2 PLU
VOID
000008
%2
VOID
000009
28 (–)2
VOID
CASH/TL
▼
------
▼
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Correction of the Next-to-Last or Earlier Entries (Indirect Void)
With the VOID key you can void any incorrect plus department, plus PLU/subdepartment, or item refund
entry made during a transaction if you find it before finalizing the transaction (e.g. before touching the CASH/TL
key). This function is applicable to plus department, PLU/subdepartment, and item refund entries only.
Example
Indirect void by cursor control (Cursor Void)
Key Operation
Display
000006
000007
10 PLU
000008
58 PLU
000007
(Selected items)
▲
Selection by touch
operation
VOID
CASH/TL
NOTE
The amount discount/premium entry and percent entry can be voided by cursor void operation.
Indirect void by keyboarding (Key-sequence void) : The void function can be performed by keyboard
operation as usual (touch the VOID key just before
touching a dept./PLU/direct PLU key).
[Ex.]
1310 VOID 6 --- Correction of a dept. entry
10 VOID PLU --- Correction of a PLU entry
VOID 000006 --- Correction of a direct PLU entry
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Subtotal Void
You can void an entire transaction. Once subtotal void is executed, the transaction is aborted and the POS
terminal issues a receipt.
Example
Key Operation
Display
000001
000006
10 PLU
35 PLU



Subtotal void
SUB TOTAL
ST VOID
SUB TOTAL
Correction of Incorrect Entries Not Handled by the Direct, Indirect or Subtotal Void 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 handled by the manager.
The following steps should be taken.
1. If you are making an amount tendered entry, finalize the transaction.
2. Hand the incorrect receipt to your manager for its cancellation.
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8 Special Printing Function
REG MODE
Copy Receipt Printing
If your customer wants a receipt after you have finalized a transaction with the receipt ON-OFF function in
the “OFF” status (no receipting), touch the RCPT key for receipting. Your POS terminal can also print a copy
receipt when the receipt ON-OFF function is in the “ON” status.
NOTE
To toggle the receipt ON-OFF status, use one of the following procedures:
• Select “01 RCP SW.” from the window which is opened by touching the
• Touch the RCP. SW key to open the “RCP SW.” window.
MISC FUNCTIONS
key.
Example
Printing a receipt after making the entries shown below with the receipt ON-OFF function “OFF” status
Key Operation
Print
Print on the
journal







Print on the
receipt











000002
3 X/QTY
000001
CASH/TL
For receipting ➞ RCPT
“COPY” is printed on the copy receipt.
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Guest Check Copy
You can use this function when you want to take a copy of guest check.
Touch the GCCOPY key and make a desired entry.
Procedure
GCCOPY
Item entries
Finalization
SLIP
To print on
the slip paper
RCPT
When the receipt
“OFF” status
NOTE
• The guest check copy has nothing to do with the memory.
• The operation is the same as normal entry. But the validation printing is disabled and the drawer does not
open.
Example
Print
Key Operation
GCCOPY
000001
CASH/TL
Validation Printing Function
The POS terminal can perform validation printing when it is connected with the slip printer. For the details of
slip printer, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
1. Set a validation slip to the slip printer.
2. Touch the VP key. The validation printing will start.
NOTE
Programmed compulsory validation printing can be overridden by performing the following operation. If you
need this function, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
1. Touch the CANCEL key in the special window.
2. Enter the manager code and touch the ENTER key, then enter the secret code and touch the ENTER key if
applicable.
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9 Manager Mode
MGR MODE
The manager mode is used when managerial decisions must be made concerning POS terminal
entries, for example, for overriding limitations and for other various non-programming managerial
tasks.
NOTE
Normal POS terminal operations may also be performed in this mode.
Entering the Manager Mode
To enter the manager mode, select the REG mode from the mode selection menu, then use the following
procedure:
Procedure
The display shown
at right will appear.
XX
Manager code
MGR#
When “0” is programmed for the
secret code
XXXX
Secret code
Display
ENTER
The manager code is stored in the manager file in advance.
If the code entered is not found in this file, an error occurs.
If the code is correct, it is printed on the journal and the
POS terminal enters the manager mode.
Override Entries
Programmed limits (such as maximum amounts) for functions can be overriden by placing the POS terminal
in the manager mode.
Example
This example presumes that the POS terminal has been programmed not to allow coupon entries over 2.00.
Key Operation
Display
000002
REG-mode entries
250 (–)2 ...... Error
CLEAR
To enter the
manager mode
Return to the
REG mode.
1 MGR#
1245 ENTER
250 (–)2
CASH/TL
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Tip Paid Entries
This operation is used when tips that guests have paid by using media other than cash (check or credit) are
paid to respective clerks in cash.
You can make tip paid entries in the MGR mode only. The tips are paid to corresponding clerks according to
their portions.
Procedure
Assignment of
a clerk
TIP PAID
Example
Key Operation
(The clerk key is inserted.)
Display
TIP PAID
Bill recording/Bill void
This bill information have to be recorded when BILL REPORT FILE was created (Bill recording). Each
record contains “bill consecutive number”, “clerk number”, “issued date”, and “amount”.
The bill record can be voided from BILL REPORT FILE (Bill void). The voided bill number will be used on
newly issuing bill to filling bill report completely.
Procedure
GUEST CHECK RCPT
Bill number
VOID
SLIP
Example
Key Operation
Print onPrint
the journal
5 VOID
GUEST CHECK RCPT
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10 Correction after Finalizing a
Transaction
MGR MODE
When you need to void incorrect entries that clerks cannot correct (incorrect entries that are
found after finalizing a transaction or cannot be corrected by direct, indirect or subtotal void),
follow this procedure in the MGR mode.
1.
2.
3.
Enter the manager code and touch the MGR# key, then enter the secret code if applicable.
Touch the VOID key to put your POS terminal in the VOID mode. (Note the indication on the display.)
Repeat the entries that are recorded on an incorrect receipt. (All data in the incorrect receipt is removed
from POS terminal memory; the voided amounts are added to the void mode totalizer.)
Incorrect receipt
Cancellation receipt
NOTE
Your POS terminal leaves the VOID mode whenever a transaction is canceled (i.e. finalized in the VOID
mode). To void additional transactions, repeat steps 2. and 3. above.
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11 Reading (X) and Resetting (Z)
of Sales Totals
X1/Z1 MODE
X2/Z2 MODE
OPXZ MODE
• Use the reading function (X) when you need to take the reading of sales information entered
after the last resetting. You can take this reading any number of times. It does not affect the
POS terminal’s memory.
• Use the resetting function (Z) when you need to clear the POS terminal’s memory. Resetting
prints all sales information and clears the entire memory except for the GT1 through GT3, reset
count, and consecutive number.
• X1 and Z1 reports show daily sales information. You can take these reports in the X1/Z1 mode.
• X2 and Z2 reports show periodic (monthly) consolidation information. You can take these
reports in the X2/Z2 mode.
• If your POS terminal is set “X1/Z1 report in the X2/Z2 mode” is “ENABLE,” you can select the
X1/Z1 report from the X2/Z2 mode. For details, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
■ How to take a X1/Z1 or X2/Z2 report
[To take a X1 or X2 report:]
1. Select “1 READING” in the X1/Z1 or X2/Z2 mode menu window to display the items list.
2. Select an item listed in the table shown later.
3. If needed, enter corresponding values described in the “Data to be entered” column on the table
shown later.
4. Select a device (“DISPLAY” or “REPORT PRINTER”) to receive the output.
[To take a Z1 or Z2 report:]
1. Select “2 RESETTING” in the X1/Z1 or X2/Z2 mode menu window to display the items list.
2. Select an item listed in the table shown later.
3. If needed, enter corresponding values described in the “Data to be entered” column on the table
shown later.
4. Select a device (“DISPLAY” or “REPORT PRINTER”) to receive the output.
5. After the report has been taken, the message “ARE YOU SURE ?” will appear.
Select one of the following actions:
• Select “YES” to reset the sales information.
• Select “NO” to save the sales information.
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Available report type
in each mode
Item
Description
Data to be entered
X1/Z1
X2/Z2
X1, Z1
X2, Z2
1 GENERAL
General
2 DEPT./GROUP
Department by designated
range
X1
X2
Starting department code/
ending department code
3 DEPT.IND.
GROUP
Individual group total of
departments
X1
X2
Department group no.
4 DEPT.GROUP
TOTAL
Full group total of
departments
X1
X2
5 PLU
PLU by designated range
X1, Z1
X2, Z2
Starting PLU code/ending
PLU code
6 COMBO SALES
Combo sales
X1
X2
Starting PLU code/ending
PLU code
7 PLU BY DEPT
PLU by associated dept.
X1, Z1
X2, Z2
8 PLU IND.
GROUP
Individual group of PLUs
X1
X2
9 PLU GROUP
TOTAL
Full group total of PLUs
X1
X2
10 PLU STOCK
PLU stock
X1
11 PLU COST
PLU cost
X1
X2
Starting PLU code/ending
PLU code
12 PLU TOP 20
PLU top 20
X1
X2
Amount or q’ty
13 PLU ZERO
SALES
PLU zero sales
X1
X2
All
PLU zero sales by
department
X1
X2
Department code
14 PLU MIN.
STOCK
PLU minimum stock
X1
15 PLU HOURLY
GROUP
PLU group by hour
X1, Z1
16 TRANSACTION
Transaction
X1
17 TL-ID
Total in drawer
X1
18 COMMISSION
SALES
Commission sales
X1
X2
19 TAX
Tax
X1
X2
20 CHIEF
Chief
X1
21 ALL CLERK
Full clerk
X1, Z1
X2, Z2
22 IND. CLERK
Individual clerk
X1, Z1
X2, Z2
(OP X/Z mode)
X, Z
Department code
PLU group no.
Starting PLU code/ending
PLU code
Starting PLU code/ending
PLU code
Start time/ending time
X2
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Available report type
in each mode
Item
Description
Data to be entered
X1/Z1
23 DD ERROR
Drink dispenser error
reading
24 DD RESET
Drink dispenser resetting
25 EMPLOYEE
Employee
26 EMP.
ADJUSTMENT
X2/Z2
X1, Z1
Z1
X2, Z2
Start employee code/
ending employee code
Employee time adjustment
X2
Start employee code/
ending employee code
27 EMP. ACTIVE
STS.
Employee active status
X2
Start employee code/
ending employee code
28 HOURLY
Hourly (full)
Hourly (by range)
29 LABOR COST% Labor cost %
X1, Z1
X1
Start time/ending time
X1
30 OVER TIME
Over time
X2, Z2
31 DAILY NET
Daily net
X2, Z2
32 INGREDIENT
STOCK
Ingredient stock
33 GLU
GLU/PBLU
X1
X1, Z1
35 BILL
Bill report
X1, Z1
36 DRIVE THRU
Drive-through
X1, Z1
37 D-THRU BY
CLERK
Drive-through by clerk
X1, Z1
38 SERVICE TIME
Drive-through service time
X1, Z1
39 BALANCE
Balance
40 STACKED
REPORT
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Ingredient no.
X1, Z1
34 GLU BY CLERK GLU/PBLU by clerk
Start employee code/
ending employee code
Start GLU/PBLU code/
ending GLU/PBLU code
Start drive-through code/
ending drive-through code
X1
X2
Stacked report 1
X1, Z1
X2, Z2
Stacked report 2
X1, Z1
X2, Z2
Daily Sales Totals
■ General report
• Sample X report
• Sample Z report
Read symbol
Report title
Dept. code
Reset counter
Sales q’ty
Net grand total
(GT2-GT3)
Grand total of
plus registration
Ratio of dept. 1
sales amount
to “+” dept. total
Sales amount
Grand total of
minus registration
Order - paid total
Dept. description
Ratio of dept. group
1 sales amount to
“+” dept. total
Grand total of
training-mode
registrations
Group 1 total amount
Group 1 total q’ty
Group 1 text
The subsequent printout occurs
in the same format as in the
sample X1 report.
“+” dept. sales q’ty
and total
“–” dept. counter and total
“+” hash dept. counter and total
“–” hash dept. counter and total
Non-turnover 1 counter and total
Non-turnover 2 counter and total
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Non-turnover 3 counter and total
Report title
Subtotal (–) counter and total
Subtotal % counter and total
Net sales total
Taxable 1 total
VAT 1 total
Tax total
Net sales total without VAT
VAT shift total
Tax delete total
Service charge total
Item (–) counter and total
Item % counter and total
Coupon-like PLU counter and total
Refund counter and total
REG-mode item void counter and total
Void-mode transaction counter and total
Manager item void counter and total
Subtotal void counter and total
Waste mode transaction
Return counter and total
Hash item void counter and total
Hash item refund counter and total
Hash item return counter and total
Non-turnover item void counter and total
Non-turnover item refund counter and total
Non-turnover item return counter and total
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Validation print counter
Bill print counter
No-sale (exchange) counter
GLU/PBLU counter
Drive-through counter
NBAL counter (for GLU/PBLU)
NBAL counter (for drive-through)
Guest check copy counter
Guest counter
Order total
Paid total
Paid total average per guest
Order total – paid total
Trans out counter and total
Trans in counter and total
Bill balance (Trans out – trans in) counter and total
Starting cash memory (+)
Starting cash memory (–)
Starting cash memory total
Received-on-acount counter and total
Received-on-account (–) counter and total
Received-on-account % counter and total
Paid-out counter and total
Check cashing counter and total
Deposit (+) counter and total
Deposit (–) counter and total
Cash tip counter and total
Non-cash tip counter and total
Tip paid counter and total
Hotel transfer counter and total
Cash counter and total
Cash 2 counter and total
Check sale counter and total
Credit 1 sale and tendering counter and total
Exchange 1 counter and total
Cash in drawer
Check in drawer
Cash+check in drawer
Change total for check tendering
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■ Department report
■ Individual group total report on
departments
• Sample X report
Dept. code
Sales q’ty
Dept. description
Dept. code
Sales q’ty
Sales amount
Ratio of dept.
2 sales amount to
“+” dept. total
Group 1 total q'ty
Ratio of dept. group 1
sales amount to
“+” dept. total
Group 1 total amount
Group 1 text
Dept.
description
Sales amount
Group 1 text/
sales q'ty and
total
■ Full group total report on
departments
“+” dept. counter
and total
Group 1 text/
sales q’ty and
total
“–” dept. counter
and total
“+” hash dept.
counter and total
“+” dept. counter
and total
“–” hash dept.
counter and total
“–” dept. counter
and total
“+” hash dept.
counter and total
Non-turnover 1 counter
and total
“–” hash dept.
counter and total
Non-turnover 1
counter and
total
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■ PLU report by designated range
• Sample X report
• Sample Z report
PLU code
Description (price-1)
PLU range
Sales q’ty and
total for price
level 1
Waste q’ty and
total for price
level 1
The subsequent printout occurs
in the same format as in the
sample X report.
Sales and waste
for price level 7
Total sales q’ty
and total for price
level 1
Total waste q’ty
and total for price
level 1
▲
Total for price
level 7
Combo meal
PLU sales
Total for combo
meal PLU sales
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■ Combo sales report
• Sample X report
PLU code
Description (price-1)
PLU range
Combo sales counter and total
Combo waste counter and total
Total for price level 1
Total for price level 7
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■ PLU report by associated department
• Sample X report
• Sample Z report
Description
Associated
dept. code
PLU code
Sales q’ty
and total
Waste q’ty
and total
The subsequent printout occurs
in the same format as in the
sample X report.
Total for price level 1
Total for price level 7
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■ Individual group report on PLUs
■ PLU stock report
PLU code
Sales q’ty and
amount for price
level 1
Description
Group 99 label
Group 99 sales
q’ty and total
Plus dept. total
■ Full group total report on PLUs
Group 1 text
Group 1 sales q’ty and total
Plus dept. total
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Range
PLU code
Stock q’ty
Description
■ PLU cost report
PLU code
Range
Item cost for price level 1
Sales amount for price level 1
Usage cost for price level 1 = Item cost x Sales q’ty
PLU cost% for price level 1 = Usage cost/Sales amount-VAT-Service charge
Sales q’ty for price level 3
Description
Sales q’ty and amount for price level 7
Total sales q’ty and total sales amount
Total cost
Cost%
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■ PLU top 20 report
• By amount
• By q’ty
Ranking
PLU code
Sales q’ty for
price level 1
Sales amount for
price level 1
Description
Total sales q’ty for
price level 1
Total sales amount
for price level 1
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■ PLU zero sales report (full)
■ PLU minimum stock report
PLU code
Description
Range
PLU code
Stock q’ty
Description
■ PLU zero sales report (by dept.)
Description of dept.
Associated dept. code
PLU code
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■ PLU group total report by hour
■ Total in drawer report
• Sample X report
• Sample X report
Exchange 1
counter
Currency exchange
1 total
Time
Transaction counter
Domestic currency
for currency
exchange 1 total
Sales total
Total in drawer
Check in drawer
Cash + check in
drawer
■ Transaction report
• Sample X report
• Sample Z report
Plus dept. total
Minus dept. total
Hash dept. total
Hash minus total
Non-turnover 1 total
The subsequent printout occurs
in the same format as in the
sample X report.
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In this report, the same transaction
data as those printed in the
general report are printed.
■ Commission sales report
■ Chief report
Turnover amount
per table
Order total/used
guest check
Turnover amount
per guest
Commission
sale 1 total
Order total/guest
counter
Commission amount 1
= Commission sale
x Commission rate
Commission amount
total
Non-commission
sales amount
Turnover amount
per bill
Order total/new
check q’ty
Item q’ty per
guest
“+” dept. q’ty /guest
q’ty
Item q’ty per bill
“+” dept. q’ty/new
check q’ty
Average of item
amount
“+” dept. amount/
“+” dept. q’ty
■ Tax report
Net sales total
Taxable 1 total
VAT 1 total
Tax total
Net sales total
without tax
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■ Full clerk report
• Sample X report
• Sample Z report
Clerk code
Clerk name
Order total
Commission sale 1
total
The subsequent printout occurs
in the same format as in the
sample X report.
Cash + check in drawer
Change total for check
tendering
Open GLU/PBLU code
Free GLU code (GLU/PBLU code which has been transferred out by this clerk)
Clerk total
Cash in drawer
Check in drawer
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■ Individual clerk report
• Sample X report
• Sample Z report
Clerk code
Clerk name
Order total
Commission sale 1 total
Commission amount 1
The subsequent printout occurs
in the same format as in the
sample X report.
Commission amount total
Non-commission sales amount
Paid total
Paid total average per guest
Order total-paid total
Non-turnover 1 total
Trans out counter and total
Trans in counter and total
Bill balance (Trans out-trans in)
Refund counter and total
Void-mode transaction counter and total
Manager item void counter and total
Subtotal item void counter and total
Waste mode transaction
Return counter and total
GLU/PBLU counter
Drive-through counter
NBAL counter (for GLU/PBLU)
NBAL counter (for drive-through)
Guest check copy counter
Guest counter
Deposit (+) counter and total
Deposit (-) counter and total
Starting cash memory (+)
Starting cash memory (-)
Starting cash memory total
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Cash counter
and total
Check 1 sale
counter and total
Credit 1 sale and
tendering and total
Exchange 1
counter and total
Cash in drawer
Cash + check in
drawer
Change total for
check tendering
Open GLU/PBLU
code
Free GLU code
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■ Clerk report (Drink dispenser
misoperation)
■ Drink dispenser error reading
report
GLU code relating
to misoperation
Ordinary clerk
report
Contents of
misoperation
Q’ty total and
amount for a clerk
Contents of
misoperation
Q’ty total and
amount of
misoperation
for a clerk
■ Drink dispenser resetting report
Nothing is printed
for a clerk who has
made no
misoperation
Contents of
misoperation
Q’ty total and
amount for a clerk
Q’ty total and
amount for all clerks
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■ Employee active status report
■ Hourly report
• Sample X report
Employee code
Range
Employee name
Time
Transaction
counter
Sales total
indicates that
the employee is
under break.
Indicates that
the employee is
not timed in.
Average of sales
amount
■ Drive-through service time report
• Sample X report
Transaction counter
Total time
Service average per 1
hour
The subsequent printout occurs
in the same format as in the
sample X report.
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■ Labor cost % report
■ Ingredient stock report
Time
Transaction
counter
Range
Ingredient no.
Stock q’ty
Employee cost
Labor cost %
Description
of ingredient
Sales total
■ GLU/PBLU report
• Sample X report
• Sample Z report
GLU/PBLU code
Range
Clerk code
PBAL
Deposit (+) total
Deposit (–) total
The subsequent printout occurs
in the same format as in the
sample X report.
“T”: This GLU/PBLU code was used in the training mode.
Free GLU/PBLU code
(This code has been transferred out.)
Total
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■ GLU/PBLU report by clerk
• Sample X report
• Sample Z report
Clerk code
Clerk name
GLU/PBLU code
PBAL
Deposit (+) total
The subsequent printout occurs
in the same format as in the
sample X report.
Deposit (–) total
Free GLU/PBLU code
(This code has been
transferred out.)
Total
■ Drive-through report
• Sample X report
• Sample Z report
Drive-through
code
Range
Clerk code
PBAL
Deposit (+) total
Deposit (–) total
The subsequent printout occurs
in the same format as in the
sample X report.
“T”: This drive-through code has been used in the training mode.
Total
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■ Drive-through report by clerk
• Sample X report
• Sample Z report
Clerk code
Clerk name
Drive-through code
PBAL
Deposit (+) total
Deposit (-) total
The subsequent printout occurs
in the same format as in the
sample X report.
Total
■ Balance report
■ Bill report
• Sample X report
Grand total balance
of the previous day
Order total
Paid total
Old balance +
today’s balance
Bill number
Date
Clerk number
Amount
■ X1/Z1 stacked reports
You can print multiple X1/Z1 reports in sequence under a single transaction. In this case, you need to
program in advance which X1/Z1 reports should be printed. Refer to “Stacked report” under Section “Report
Programming” in Chapter 13 “Programming.”
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Periodic Consolidation
Your POS terminal allows you to take consolidation X and Z reports of a chosen period (the period is usually
one week or month).
■ General information
The periodic reading or resetting reports are the same in format as those in the X1/Z1 report for daily sales
information except mode indication (“X2” or “Z2”).
• Sample X report
• Sample Z report
Reset symbol
Read symbol
Report title
Reset counter of daily
total
Reset counter of
periodic consolidation
Grand totals
Report title
The subsequent printouts are the same in format
as those in the X/Z report on daily totals.
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■ Employee report
• Sample X report
• Sample Z report
Employee code
Range
Date
Operation
Time-in operation
time
Job location no.
Job location name
Break-in
Break-out
The subsequent printout occurs
in the same format as in the
sample X2 report.
Edited time
■ Over time report
Total break time
per location
Total working time
per location
Total cost per
location
• Sample X report
Range
Employee code
Total hour
Date
Over time (Hour)
Overtime
Total labor cost
Over time cost
Employee name
• Sample Z report
Time-out
The subsequent printout occurs
in the same format as in the
sample X2 report.
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■ Employee time adjustment
report
■ Daily net report
• Sample X report
Date
Range
Guest q’ty
Date
Operation
Sales total
Operation
time before
time editing
Edited time
Guest total
Net amount total
• Sample Z report
The subsequent printout occurs
in the same format as in the
sample X2 report.
■ X2/Z2 stacked report
You can print multiple X2/Z2 reports in sequence under a single transaction. In this case you need to
program in advance which X2/Z2 reports should be printed. Refer to “Stacked report” under Section “Report
Programming” in Chapter 13 “Programming.”
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Compulsory Cash/Check Declaration
If your POS terminal has been programmed for compulsory cash/check declaration, you must
declare cash/check in drawer in advance according to the type of the declaration when you take
clerk Z reports.
Use the procedure shown in “Key operation” below for this declaration.
Types of compulsory cash/check declaration
• Compulsive when individual clerk resetting is taken
• Compulsive when full clerk resetting is taken
NOTE
Compulsory cash/check declaration is available in the above two types. You can choose either of these.
Contact your authorized SHARP dealer for details.
Key operation
• Individual clerk Z report
OP X/Z mode
2 RESETTING
ENTER
1 IND.CLERK
ENTER
XX XX
Clerk code entry
ENTER
X1/Z1 mode
2 RESETTING
ENTER
6 IND.CLERK
ENTER
1 DISPLAY
ENTER
CCD entry menu
1 YES
ENTER
2 NO
ENTER
CASH/TL
2 REPORT PRINTER
Enter the q’ty and amount of
“CA/CK” and “EXCH 1” through
“EXCH 9.”
• Full clerk Z report
X1/Z1 mode
2 RESETTING
ENTER
5 ALL CLERK
ENTER
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CCD entry amount
Clerk code/clerk
name
Order total
Commission sale
1 total
Cash in drawer
to be obtained
Check in drawer
to be obtained
Cash/check in
drawer to be
obtained
Total of entered
(declared)
cash/check
in drawer
Change total for
check tendering
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12 How to Use the Programming
Keyboard
When the PGM1 or PGM2 mode is selected, the programming keyboard will appear.
DELETE
DELETE
NEXT
CALL
P UP
CLK#
➞
PREVIOUS
➞
Programming Keyboard Layout
P DOWN
EMPL#
MGR#
AUTO21
AUTO22
CANCEL
LIST
AUTO23
CLEAR
MODE
AUTO24
7
8
9
X/QTY
AUTO25
4
5
6
PGM COMMAND
1
2
3
ENTER
0
00
•
CASH/TL
: Deletes a character or figure in the cursor position.
Used to move the cursor.
CALL
: Used to call up a desired code.
PREVIOUS : Used to go back to the previous record, e.g., from the department 2 programming window back to
the department 1 programming window.
NEXT
: Used to go to the next record, for example, in order to program unit prices for sequential
departments.
ENTER : Used to program each setting.
CLEAR
: Used to clear the last setting you have programmed or clear the error state.
CANCEL : Used to cancel programming and to get back to the previous screen.
P UP
: Used to scroll the window to go back to the previous page.
P DOWN : Used to scroll the window to go to the next page.
MODE
•
LIST
: Used to go back to the MODE screen.
: Used to toggle between two or more options.
: Used to list those options which you can toggle by the
•
key.
PGM COMMAND : Used to go to the PGM COMMAND keyboard.
CASH/TL : Used to finalize programming.
Numeric keys: Used for entering figures.
For more information about using these keys, see the “Basic Instructions” selection in Chapter 13
“Programming.”
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How to Program Alphanumeric Characters
This section discusses how to program alphanumeric characters such as “DESCRIPTION,” “NAME” and
“TEXT.”
Character Keyboard
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■ Using character keys on the keyboard
Entering alphanumeric characters
To enter a character, simply touch a corresponding character key on the character keyboard.
Entering upper-case letters
SHIFT : You can enter an upper-case letter by using this key. Touch this key just before you enter the
upper-case letter. You should touch this key each time you enter an upper-case letter.
Entering double-size characters
DOUBLE : This key toggles the double-size character mode and the normal-size character mode. The
default is the normal-size character mode. When the double-size character mode is selected, the
letter “W” appears at the bottom of the display.
Editing text
You can edit the text you have entered by deleting and/or inserting characters.
To select a text editing mode: Use the INS key. (Editing mode: the insert mode (“_”) and the overwrite
mode (“■”))
To move the cursor: Use the
or
key.
To delete a character or figure: Use the DEL (Delete) or BS (Back space) key.
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■ Entering character codes
Numerals, letters and symbols are programmable by touching the CODE key and character codes. Use the
following procedure with the cursor placed at the position where you want to enter characters:
CODE ➞ XXX
XXX: Character code (3 digits)
Character
code:
032
033
034
035
036
037
038
039
040
041
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032 - 047
048 - 063
064 - 079
080 - 095
096 - 111
112 - 127
128 - 143
144 - 159
160 - 175
176 - 191
192 - 207
208 - 223
224 - 239
240 - 255
255
(DC)
*(DC) : Double-size character code
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13 Programming
PRICE MODE
PGM1 MODE
PGM2 MODE
AUTO KEY MODE
This chapter explains how to program various items.
Before you start programming, select the PRICE, PGM1, PGM2, or
AUTO KEY mode from the mode selection window depending on the
item you are going to program.
Basic Instructions
This section illustrates the basic programming by using an example of programming for departments.
■ Programming example
Procedure
The following example shows how to program 2.00 for the unit
price, “ABCDE” for the description, and the scale entry to be
enabled for department 1.
1.
In the PGM2 MODE window, select “2 SETTING” by using
the
or
key and touch the ENTER key.
• The SETTING window will appear.
NOTE
ENTER
CANCEL
• You can also select “2 SETTING” simply by touching a
corresponding line in the window.
• You can also select “2 SETTING” by touching the 2 and
ENTER keys.
• If you return to the previous screen, touch the CANCEL key.
2.
Select “1 ARTICLE.”
• The ARTICLE window will appear.
NOTE
ENTER
CANCEL
The mark (▼) in the lower-right corner of the window shows that
the window contains more options than are now on the screen.
To scroll the window, touch the P DOWN key.
To return to the previous page, touch the
3.
P UP
key.
Select “1 DEPT.”
• The DEPT window will appear, listing programmable
departments.
ENTER
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CANCEL
4.
Select “01” to program for department 1.
• The “01” window will appear.
ENTER
CANCEL
5.
On the first page of the “01” window, program the unit price
and description as follows:
NOTE
There are three entry patterns for the programming: the numeric
entry, character entry, and selective entry.
• Move the cursor to “PRICE,” enter “200” by using
numeric keys, then touch the ENTER key. ➔ Numeric
entry
• Move the cursor to “DESCRIPTION,” enter “ABCDE” by
using character keys, then touch the ENTER key. ➔
Character entry
If you want to clear the setting, touch the CLEAR key before
you touch the ENTER key.
6.
On the first page of the “01” window, program the machine to
enable the scale entry as follows:
• Move the cursor to “SCALE,” touch the • key until
“ENABLE” appears, then touch the ENTER key. ➔
Selective entry
NOTE
The • key toggles between three options as follows:
INHIBIT ➔ ENABLE ➔COMPULSORY ➔ INHIBIT ➔ ....
Touching the LIST key displays all pertinent options.
7.
Select one of the following actions:
• To cancel the programming, touch the CANCEL key. Select
“YES” in the “ARE YOU SURE ?” window.
• To finalize the programming, touch the CASH/TL key, then
touch the CANCEL key. You will return to the “DEPT” window.
• To program for the following department, touch the NEXT
key. The “02” window will appear. To return to the “01”
window, touch the PREVIOUS key.
The following sections describe how to program each item which is contained in a programming group.
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Article Programming
Use the following procedure to select any option included in the article programming group.
1.
Procedure
In the SETTING window, select “1 ARTICLE.”
• The ARTICLE window will appear.
ENTER
CANCEL
2.
P DOWN
Select any option from the following options list:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
P UP
DEPT:
PLU:
PLU RANGE:
PLU STOCK:
INGREDIENT:
INGREDIENT STOCK:
PLU MENU KEY:
COMBO MEAL:
LINK PLU TABLE:
CONDIMENT TABLE:
PROMOTION TABLE:
RECIPE TABLE:
SCALE TABLE:
DEPT. SHIFT:
HAPPY HOUR:
Departments
PLUs
A range of PLUs
PLU stock quantity
Ingredients of PLUs
Ingredient stock quantity
PLU menu key
Combo meal
Link PLU table
Condiment table
Promotion table
Recipe table
Scale table
Department shift
Happy hour
The following illustration shows those options included in the article programming group.
1 ARTICLE
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
DEPT
PLU
PLU RANGE
PLU STOCK
INGREDIENT
INGREDIENT STOCK
PLU MENU KEY
COMBO MEAL
LINK PLU TABLE
CONDIMENT TABLE
PROMOTION TABLE
RECIPE TABLE
SCALE TABLE
DEPT. SHIFT
HAPPY HOUR
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
See “■ Department” on page 137.
See “■ PLU” on page 139.
See “■ PLU range” on page 142.
See “■ PLU stock” on page 143.
See “■ Ingredient” on page 144.
See “■ Ingredient stock” on page 145.
See “■ PLU menu key” on page 146.
See “■ Combo meal” on page 147.
See “■ Link PLU table” on page 148.
See “■ Condiment table” on page 149.
See “■ Promotion table” on page 151.
See “■ Recipe table” on page 153.
See “■ Scale table” on page 154.
See “■ Department shift” on page 155.
See “■ Happy hour” on page 155.
■ Department
Your POS terminal is equipped with 10 standard departments.
Use the following procedure to program for departments.
Procedure
Select a pertinent dept. code from
the departments list.
▼
Program each item as follows:
NOTE
For more information about the entry patterns, see the “Basic
Instructions” section.
• PRICE (Use the numeric entry)
Unit price (max. 6 digits)
• GROUP No. (Use the numeric entry)
01-09:
Plus department
10:
Minus department
11:
Plus hash department
12:
Minus hash department
13,14:
Reserved (not to use)
15-17:
Non-turnover 1-3
• If the “Hash” and “non-turnover” functions are disabled, you
are not allowed to select any hash or non-turnover
department.
▼
• DESCRIPTION (Use the character entry)
Description for a department. Up to 16 characters can be
entered.
• KEY DESCRIPTION (Use the character entry)
Description of the key label for a department.
Up to 16 characters can be entered.
The screen continues.
• KEY COLOR (Use the selective entry)
Select a key color from the colors list (16 different colors).
BLACK/BLUE/LIGHT BLUE/MAGENTA/LIGHT MAGENTA/
GREEN/LIGHT GREEN/RED/LIGHT RED/CYAN/LIGHT
CYAN/GRAY/LIGHT GRAY/YELLOW/BROWN/WHITE
• ITEM VP (Use the selective entry)
The item validation printing status can be programmed for
each department.
COMPULSORY:
Makes item validation printing
compulsory.
NON-COMPULSORY: Makes item validation printing noncompulsory.
• TARE TABLE No. (Use the numeric entry)
Scale table number associated with scale entry (1 through 9).
• SCALE (Use the selective entry
The scale entry status can be programmed for each
department.
COMPULSORY: Makes a scale entry compulsory.
ENABLE:
Enables a scale entry.
INHIBIT:
Inhibits a scale entry.
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■ Department (continued)
• SIF/SICS/NORMAL (Use the selective entry)
Department type selection
SIF:
SIF department
SICS:
SICS department
NORMAL: Department other than SIF or SICS department
• RECEIPT TYPE (Use the selective entry)
Receipt type selection (When the receipt type is “single/double” or “single/double + addition.”)
DOUBLE: Double receipt type
SINGLE: Single receipt type
• AMT. ENTRY TYPE (Use the selective entry)
Type of unit price entry for departments
OPEN & PRESET: Open & preset
PRESET:
Preset only
OPEN:
Open only
INHIBIT:
Inhibited
• TAXABLE 1 through 6 (Use the selective entry)
Tax status
YES : Taxable
NO : Non-taxable
NOTE
• The tax system of your POS terminal has been factory-set to automatic VAT1 - 6. If you desire to select
any of automatic tax 1 - 6, manual VAT1 - 6, manual VAT1, manual tax 1 - 6, and the combination of the
automatic VAT 1 - 3 and the automatic tax 4 - 6, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
• When the combination of the automatic VAT1 - 3 and automatic tax 4 - 6 system is selected, one of the
taxable 1 - 3 can be selected in combination with taxable 4 - 6.
• HALO (Use the numeric entry)
• You can set an upper limit amount (HALO) for each department. The limit is effective for the REGmode operations and can be overridden in the MGR mode.
• AB is the same as A x 10B
A: Significant digit for HALO (1 through 9)
B: Number of zeros to follow the significant digit for HALO (0 through 8)
• COMMIS. Gr. No. (Use the numeric entry)
Commission group number (1 through 3)
If the number “0” is entered, no commission group number will be assigned to a department.
You can assign each department to a commission group.
• OUTPUT KP No. 1 and No. 2 (Use the numeric entry)
ID number of the network remote printer 1 or 2 (1 through 9)
If the number “0” is entered, no remote printer will operate.
• RECEIPT PRINT (Use the selective entry)
YES: Prints the department sales information on the receipt.
NO: Prints nothing on the receipt.
• PRNT ON CLK REPO (Use the selective entry)
YES: Prints the department sales information on the clerk report.
NO: Skip the department sales information on the clerk report.
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■ PLU
Procedure
Select a pertinent PLU code from
the PLUs list.
▼
▼
▼
Program each item as follows:
• ASSOCIATION DEPT. (Use the numeric entry)
Department code to be associated with the entered PLU
(01 through 99)
When a PLU is associated with a department, the following
functions of the PLU depend on the programming for the
department.
• Grouping (group 1 through 17)
• Item validation print compulsory/non-compulsory
• Single item cash sale/Single item finalize
• Single receipt/double receipt
• HALO (only for subdepartments)
• SIGN (Use the selective entry)
+: Plus PLU/subdepartment
–: Minus PLU/subdepartment
The function of every PLU/subdepartment varies according
to the combination of its sign and the sign of its associated
department as follows:
Department:
+
Serves as a normal plus
PLU/subdept.: +
PLU/subdepartment.
Department:
PLU/subdept.:
–
–
Department:
PLU/subdept.:
+
–
Department:
PLU/subdept.:
–
+
Serves as a normal minus
PLU/subdepartment.
Accepts store coupon entries, but
not split-pricing entries.
Not valid; not accepted
• PRICE 1 through 7 (Use the numeric entry)
Unit price of each price level (max. 6 digits).
By default, only a price for PRICE 1 can be entered. If you
want to enter a price for PRICE 2 through 7, contact your
authorized SHARP dealer.
• DESCRIPTION 1 throught 7 (Use the character entry)
Description of a PLU for each price level. Up to 16
characters can be entered.
The screen continues.
• KEY DESCRIPTION 1 thru 7 (Use the character entry)
Description of the key label for each price level.
Up to 16 characters can be entered.
• KEY COLOR (Use the selective entry)
Select a key color from the colors list (16 different colors).
BLACK/BLUE/LIGHT BLUE/MAGENTA/LIGHT MAGENTA/
GREEN/LIGHT GREEN/RED/LIGHT RED/CYAN/LIGHT
CYAN/GRAY/LIGHT GRAY/YELLOW/BROWN/WHITE
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■ PLU (continued)
• AMT. ENTRY TYPE (Use the selective entry)
Mode parameter
OPEN & PRESET: PLU/subdepartment mode
PRESET:
PLU mode
OPEN:
Subdepartment mode
INHIBIT:
Inhibit mode
• BASE QTY (Use the numeric entry)
Base quantity for each PLU/subdepartment that should be applied only to split-pricing entries (max. 2
digits: 0.0 to 9.9)
• MINIMUM STOCK (Use the numeric entry)
Minimum stock quantity for a PLU (max. 7 digits)
• PRICE SHIFT (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY: Makes PLU price level shift compulsory.
INHIBIT:
Inhibits PLU price level shift.
ALLOWED:
Allows PLU price level shift.
• MENU TYPE (Use the selective entry)
PLU menu type selection
COMBO: Combo PLU
LINK:
Link PLU
NORMAL: Normal PLU
• COMBO/LINK TBL# (Use the numeric entry)
Table number for combo PLUs/link PLUs (1 through 99)
• PROMOTION TBL# (Use the numeric entry)
Table number for promotion (1 through 99)
• CONDIMENT TBL# (Use the numeric entry)
Table number for condiment entry (1 through 99)
• CONDIMENT TYPE (Use the selective entry)
YES: Condiment type
NO: Non-condiment type
• CONDIMENT ENTRY (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Makes a condiment entry compulsory.
NON-COMPULSORY: Makes a condiment entry non-compulsory.
• RECIPE TBL#1 through #7 (Use the numeric entry)
Table number for recipe (1 through 999)
• TARE TABLE No. (Use the numeric entry)
Scale table number associated with scale entry (1 through 9)
• SCALE (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY: Makes a scale entry compulsory.
ENABLE:
Enables a scale entry.
INHIBIT:
Inhibits a scale entry.
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■ PLU (continued)
• TAXABLE 1 through 6 (Use the selective entry)
YES: Makes the PLU taxable.
NO: Makes the PLU non-taxable.
NOTE
• The tax system of your POS terminal has been factory-set to automatic VAT1 - 6. If you desire to select
any of automatic tax 1 - 6, manual VAT1 - 6, manual VAT1, manual tax 1 - 6, and the combination of the
automatic VAT1 - 3 and the automatic tax 4 - 6, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
• When the combination of the automatic VAT1 - 3 and automatic tax 4 - 6 system is selected, one of the
taxable 1 - 3 can be selected in combination with taxable 4 - 6.
• A PLU not programmed for any of these tax status is registered depending on the tax status of the
department which the PLU belongs to.
• HOURLY Gr.#1 through #3 (Use the numeric entry)
PLU hourly group number to classify PLUs for PLU hourly group reports (1 through 9)
• GROUP (Use the numeric entry)
PLU group number (00 through 99)
• COMMIS. Gr. No. (Use the numeric entry)
You can assign a PLU to a commission group (1 through 3).
If the number “0” is entered, no commission group number will be assigned to a PLU.
• OUTPUT KP No.1 and No.2 (Use the numeric entry)
ID number of the network remote printer 1 or 2 (1 through 9)
If the number “0” is entered, no remote printer will operate.
• RECEIPT PRINT (Use the selective entry)
YES: Prints the PLU sales information on the receipt.
NO: Prints nothing on the receipt.
• PINT PRICE1 through 7 (Use the numeric entry)
Pint price of each price level (max. 6 digits)
• PINT BASE QTY (Use the numeric entry)
Base quantity for each PLU/subdepartment that should be applied only to half/double pint entries (max.
2 digits: 0.0 to 9.9)
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■ PLU range
You can program PLUs by range as follows:
Procedure
Enter a value or select an option for each item as follows:
• START (Use the numeric entry)
Starting PLU code (max. 6 digits)
• END (Use the numeric entry)
Ending PLU code (max. 6 digits)
▼
The screen continues in the same
format as screens shown in section
“■ PLU.”
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• OPERATION (Use the selective entry)
MAINTENANCE:
Enables you to change the setting
you have programmed.
NEW&MAINTENANCE: Enables you to change the current
setting when the specified codes
have already been created or to
create new codes when the
specified codes have not been
created yet.
DEL:
Enables you to delete a specified
range of PLUs.
■ PLU stock
You can assign a stock quantity to each PLU code.
Shown below is an example of selecting “1 OVER WRITE.”
Procedure
After selecting “1 OVER WRITE,” select a pertinent PLU code.
Then the next screen will appear to show the following items:
• CURRENT STOCK
The current stock is displayed.
• NEW STOCK (Use the numeric entry)
Enter a new stock quantity (max. 7 digits: 1 to
9999.999(9999999))
NOTE
▼
Select a pertinent PLU code from
the PLUs list.
• If you need to add or subtract a stock quantity to or from the
current stock quantity, select “2 ADD” or “3 SUB” and enter a
value to be added or subtracted.
• You cannot enter any values for the item marked with “!”.
• The entry of a new stock value will update to the PLU stock
counter.
▼
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■ Ingredient
You can program an ingredient number, description and cost for the ingredients of each PLU.
The ingredient numbers can be assigned to each recipe table. The cost needs to be programmed to analyze
the food cost of each item.
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• INGREDIENT (Use the numeric entry)
Ingredient number (1 through 999)
NOTE
• When you create a new number, enter the number, then touch
the ENTER key.
• If the DELETE key is touched on the ingredient number selection
menu, the ingredient in the cursor position will be deleted.
• DESCRIPTOR (Use the character entry)
Description for each ingredient. Up to 12 characters can be
entered.
▼
Selected
ingredient no.
➞ ENTER
• COST (Use the numeric entry)
Cost for each ingredient (max. 6 digits)
NOTE
▼
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Food cost is calculated by the following equations:
Food cost (PLU cost) = (Ingredient cost x Usage )
Food cost% = (Sales q’ty x Food cost) / (Sales amount – *VAT
amount – **Service charge)
* The VAT amount is calculated by using a VAT rate which is
programmed for each PLU.
VAT amount = Sales amount x r/(1+r)
**The service charge is calculated by using a service charge rate
which is preset in the PGM2 mode. The service charge rate is
shared by all PLUs.
Service charge = Sales amount x Service charge rate
■ Ingredient stock
You can assign a stock quantity to each ingredient.
Shown below is an example of selecting “2 ADD.”
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• CURRENT STOCK
The current stock is displayed.
• ADD VALUE (Use the numeric entry)
Enter a value to be added the stock quantity (max. 7 digits: 1
to 9999.999(9999999)).
NOTE
• If you need to overwrite or subtract a stock quantity to or from
the current stock quantity, select “1 OVER WRITE” or “3 SUB”
and enter a value to be overwritten or subtracted.
• You cannot enter any values for the item marked with “!”.
▼
Selected
ingredient no.
➞ ENTER
▼
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■ PLU menu key
When you enter PLUs, using the PLU menu key makes it easy to find categorized PLU items from the menu
list.
Your POS terminal allows you to program a max. of 50 PLU menu keys. You can program a max. of 36
PLUs/sub-menus for each PLU menu key.
Use the following procedure to program a PLU menu key:
Procedure
In the ARTICLE window, select “7 PLU MENU KEY” and program
each item as follows:
• PLU MENU KEY (Use the numeric entry)
PLU menu key number (1 thru 50)
1 thru 50 : For the direct PLU menu key.
• MENU TITLE (Use the character entry)
Description for the PLU menu key.
Up to 16 characters can be entered.
▼
Selected PLU
menu key no.
▼
• TYPE (Use the selective entry)
PLU:
Selects to program a PLU.
MENU: Selects to program a sub-menu.
➞ ENTER
• PLU or MENU (Use the numeric entry)
Select a menu PLU or sub-menu from the list.
NOTE
When selecting a sub-menu, the screen on which a sub-menu
number is to be entered (the message “MENU”) will appear.
NOTE
• PLU code should be defined before programming a PLU menu
key.
• If the DELETE key is touched on the menu key number selection
menu, the menu list will be canceled.
• If the DELETE key is touched on the menu PLU code selection
menu, the menu in the cursor position will be deleted.
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■ Combo meal (Combo PLU)
When two or more menu items, consisting of PLUs related to a special offered, are to be programmed
together, combo PLUs should be specified. Up to 25 PLUs can be linked to each combo PLU.
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• COMBO MEAL (Use the numeric entry)
Combo meal number (1 through 99)
• COMBO PLUXX
Enter tied PLU codes (max. 25 PLUs).
• PRICE (Use the numeric entry)
Enter the unit price of each combo menu (max. 6 digits)
NOTE
▼
Selected combo
➞
meal no.
ENTER
• PLU codes should be defined before programming a combo
PLU.
• If the DELETE key is touched on the meal number selection menu,
the combo PLU in the cursor position will be deleted.
▼
The screen continues.
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■ Link PLU table
It is possible to link PLUs together so that all PLUs linked together are rung up upon a single key touch.
However, the number of links is a maximum of five. Even if more than five PLUs are linked, the sixth or
higher link is not actualized.
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• LINK PLU TABLE (Use the numeric entry)
Link PLU table number (1 through 99)
• LINK PLU #X
Enter linked PLU codes (max. 5 PLUs).
NOTE
• PLU codes should be defined before programming a link PLU
table.
• If the DELETE key is touched on the table number selection menu,
the selected table will be deleted.
▼
Selected link
PLU table no.
▼
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➞ ENTER
■ Condiment table
The “condiment entry” is intended to guide the operator in making menu entries which require special
cooking instructions. For example, a clerk can make such entries as “garnishing potato,” “with salad,” and
“grilling steak rate.” When a clerk enters a menu-item PLU to which PLUs for the condiment entry have been
assigned, these orders (such as “garnishing potato”) will be printed on the receipt and conveyed to the
kitchen.
Before you program for the condiment entry, prepare a condiment table. The following shows an example of
a condiment table:
Condiment table
Table
number
01
02
04
99
PLU codes for condiment entry (programmed text)
Message text
(HOWCOOK?)
Message text
(WITH?)
23
(RARE)
44
(SALAD)
Message text
(POTATO?)
Message text
(DRINK?)
33
(P.CHIPS)
63
(TEA)
27
25
(MED.RARE) (WELLDONE)
45
(FRUITS)
37
(MASHED.P)
65
(MILK)
38
(BAKED.P)
67
(A.JUICE)
PLUs (Up to 20)
02
Condiment
tables
(Up to 99)
99
Next condiment
table number
The condiment table should contain the following:
Condiment table: The condiment table is a group of condiment PLUs, which is assigned to each menu-item
PLU. A table consists of a message text and up to 20 PLUs. Also, you can assign the
next condiment table number to a condiment table to link them.
The message text is used for displaying a prompting message. The PLU is used for the
special order setting. For example, when a clerk enters a menu-item PLU, a display
message programmed for the message text such as “HOWCOOK?.” will appear. Then
specify one of the PLU programmed for text such as “RARE.”
Table number:
NOTE
The table number is intended to identify each condiment table.
The condiment PLU programmed in a condiment table can be linked with condiment table (Item
link method).
For example, if PLU 44 (SALAD) in a table of the above is linked with condiment table 10
(SAUCE), when the condiment PLU 44 (SALAD) is registered, items of the condiment table 10
(SAUCE) will be appeared.
Table
number
10
PLU codes for condiment entry (programmed text)
Message text
(SAUCE)
51
(ITALIAN)
53
(FRENCH)
12
Next condiment
table number
149
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• CONDIMENT TABLE (Use the numeric key)
Condiment table number (1 through 99)
• MESSAGE (Use the character entry)
Description for a condiment menu.
Up to 16 characters can be entered.
• NEXT LINK TBL# (Use the numeric key)
Enter the next condiment table number (max. 2 digits).
• CONDIMENT PLUXX
Enter condiment PLU codes (max. 60 PLUs).
▼
Selected
condiment
➞
table number
NOTE
ENTER
▼
The screen continues.
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• The message text is used as the display prompt.
• PLU codes should be defined before programming a condiment
table.
• If the DELETE key is touched on the table number selection menu,
the table in the cursor position will be deleted.
■ Promotion table (normal selling)
There are two types of promotion tables: a normal selling type and a set selling type. If you want to change
the type, please contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• PROMOTION TABLE (Use the numeric entry)
Promotion table number (1 through 99)
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for each promotion table (max. 12 characters)
• DISCOUNT AMOUNT (Use the numeric entry)
Discount amount for each promotion table (max. 6 digits)
• TRIP LEVEL (Use the numeric entry)
Trip level for discount (satisfying count of entered item)
▼
Selected
promotion
➞
table number
• PROMOTION PLU #1 through #5 (Use the numeric entry)
Enter promotion PLU codes.
ENTER
NOTE
▼
• PLU codes should be defined before programming a promotion
table.
• If the DELETE key is touched on the table number selection menu,
the table in the cursor position will be deleted.
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■ Promotion table (set selling)
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• PROMOTION TABLE (Use the numeric entry)
Promotion table number (1 through 99)
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for a promotion PLU (max. 12 characters)
• DISCOUNT AMOUNT (Use the numeric entry)
Discount amount for a promotion table (max. 6 digits)
• PROMOTION PLU#1 through #5 (Use the numeric entry)
Enter promotion PLU codes.
▼
Selected promotion
table number
➞ ENTER
• PLU#1 through #5 TRIP LEVEL (Use the numeric entry)
Trip level for discount (satisfying count of entered item) for
each promotion PLU (max. 2 digits)
NOTE
▼
The screen continues.
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• PLU codes should be defined before programming a promotion
table.
• If the DELETE key is touched on the table number selection menu,
the table in the cursor position will be deleted.
■ Recipe table
You can make a recipe table which contains up to ten ingredients.
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• RECIPE TABLE (Use the numeric entry)
Recipe table number (1 through 999)
• INGREDIENT #XX (Use the numeric entry)
Enter ingredient numbers (max. 10 ingredients).
• QTY (Use the numeric entry)
Enter the usage of each ingredient.
(max. 7 digits: 0 to 9999.999 (9999999)).
NOTE
▼
Selected
recipe table
number
➞ ENTER
• Ingredient numbers should be defined before programming a
recipe table.
• If the DELETE key is touched on the table number selection menu,
the table in the cursor position will be deleted.
▼
The screen continues.
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■ Scale table
You can program up to nine scale tables and allows different tares to be assigned to them.
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• SCALE TABLE (Use the numeric entry)
Scale table number (1 through 9)
• WEIGHT (Use the numeric entry)
Enter a tare weight for the scale table number (max. 4 digits:
1 to 9.999 kg (1 to 99.99 lbs.)).
NOTE
Your POS terminal may also be set to accommodate 1-integer
+3-decimal weights. For more details, please contact your
authorized SHARP dealer.
▼
Selected
scale table
number
▼
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➞ ENTER
■ Department shift
Procedure
Program the item as follows:
• DEPT. SHIFT 1 through 4 (Use the numeric entry)
Enter an associated department code for each department
shift key (max. 2 digits).
NOTE
If an associated department code which was changed by the
D.SFT1 through D.SFT4 keys is “00,” it will not change. In this case, an
error will occur.
■ Happy hour
You can program a time range for each price level. When a clerk enters a PLU code, the price level for
which you have programmed a time range will be automatically entered. For example, if you program the
time range 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM for price level 2, only the price programmed for price level 2 is entered
from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM.
Procedure
Program the item as follows:
• SFT1 through SFT7 START TIME and END TIME
(Use the numeric entry)
Enter the starting and ending times for each price level
(time range: 0000 to 2359).
NOTE
When the starting and ending times are set at “0000,” the “Happy
hour” function is not available.
The screen continues.
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Direct Key Programming
Use the following procedure to select direct-key programming:
Procedure
1.
In the SETTING window, select “2 DIRECT KEY.”
• The DIRECT KEY window will appear.
▼
2.
Select desired the keyboard to program from the keyboard
list.
3.
Select SETTING or COPY. If SETTING is selected, the
programming can be performed.
When COPY is selected, the key layout data can be copied
from the keyboard list.
▼
▼
Leads to the programming for
each key
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Select copied key layout from the list.
■ Direct PLU/dept. key
You can assign PLUs and departments directly to the keyboard. In the case of PLUs, you may assign up to
10-levels to be accessed directly on the keyboard.
Procedure
In the case of setting “000001 DIRECT PLU”
Take STEP 1 thru STEP 3 shown
above to open the window for
programming each direct key.
▼
Touch a pertinent key.
▼
• TYPE (Use the selective entry)
PLU:
Assigns the key as a direct PLU key.
DEPT:
Assigns the key as a direct department key.
NOTE
• When selecting a department, the screen on which a
department code is to be entered (the message “DEPT.
CODE”) will appear.
• When selecting a PLU, the screen on which a PLU code is to
be entered (“PLU CODE”) will appear.
• LEVEL1 thru 10 (Use the numeric entry)
Enter a PLU code for each level. For example, if you want to
use this key as PLU code1 (level 1) and PLU code101 (level
2), enter 1 for the “LEVEL1” and 101 for the “LEVEL2.”
▼
NOTE
• You cannot assign a PLU or a department to the position to
which a function key has been assigned.
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Functional Programming
Use the following procedure to select any option included in the functional programming group:
1.
Procedure
In the SETTING window, select “3 FUNCTION.”
• The FUNCTION window will appear.
▼
2.
Select any option from the following options list:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
(–):
%:
COMMISSION:
SERVICE CHARGE:
TIP:
DEPOSIT:
RA:
PO:
Discount key
Percent key
Commission
Service charge
Tip
Deposit
Received on account
Paid out
The following illustration shows those options included in the functional programming group.
3 FUNCTION
158
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
(–)
%
COMMISSION
SERVICE CHARGE
TIP
DEPOSIT
RA
PO
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
See “■ Discount key” on page 159.
See “■ Percent key” on page 160.
See “■ Commission” on page 160.
See “■ Service charge” on page 161.
See “■ Tip” on page 161.
See “■ Deposit” on page 162.
See “■ RA” on page 162.
See “■ PO” on page 163.
■ Discount key ( (–)1 through (–)9 )
Procedure
Select a pertinent discount key from
the discount keys list.
▼
Program each item as follows:
• AMOUNT (Use the numeric entry)
Discount amount (max. 6 digits)
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the discount key. Up to 12 characters can be
entered.
• SIGN (Use the selective entry)
Programming of the + or – sign assigns the premium or
discount function to each discount key.
–:
Minus amount (discount)
+: Plus amount (premium)
• HALO (High Amount Lockout) (Use the numeric entry)
A: Significant digit for HALO (1 through 9)
B: Number of zeros to follow the significant digit for HALO
(0 through 8)
AB is the same as A x 10B.
• ENTRY TYPE (Use the selective entry)
RA:
Received on account (–)
ITEM: Item (–)
SBTL: Subtotal (–)
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■ Percent key ( %1 through %9 )
Procedure
Select a pertinent percent key from
the percent keys list.
▼
Program each item as follows:
• RATE (Use the numeric entry)
Percent rate (0.00 to 100.00)
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the percent key. Up to 12 characters can be
entered.
• SIGN (Use the selective entry)
Programming of the + or – sign assigns the premium or
discount function to each percent key.
–:
Minus (discount)
+:
Plus (premium)
• %HALO (High Amount Lockout) (Use the numeric entry)
HALO (High Amount Lockout) for the percent key (0.00 to
100.00)
• ENTRY TYPE (Use the selective entry)
RA:
Received on account %
ITEM: Item %
SBTL: Subtotal %
■ Commission
Procedure
Select a pertinent commission no.
from the commission list.
▼
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Program each item as follows:
• RATE (Use the numeric entry)
Percent rate (0.00 to 99.999)
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the commission. Up to 12 characters can be
entered.
■ Service charge
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• RATE (Use the numeric entry)
Percent rate (0.00 to 100.00)
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the service charge. Up to 12 characters can
be entered.
■ Tip
Procedure
Select a pertinent tip key from the tip
keys list.
▼
Program each item as follows:
• HALO (High Amount Lockout) (Use the numeric entry)
A: Significant digit for HALO (1 through 9)
B: Number of zeros to follow the significant digit for HALO
(0 through 8)
AB is the same as A x 10B.
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the tip. Up to 12 characters can be entered.
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■ Deposit
Procedure
Select a pertinent deposit key from
the deposit keys list.
Program each item as follows:
• HALO (High Amount Lockout) (Use the numeric entry)
A: Significant digit for HALO (1 through 9)
B: Number of zeros to follow the significant digit for HALO
(0 through 8)
AB is the same as A x 10B.
▼
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the deposit. Up to 12 characters can be
entered.
■ RA
You can program an upper limit amount and description for each received-on-account key.
Procedure
Select a pertinent received-onaccount key from the RA keys list.
Program each item as follows:
• HALO (High Amount Lockout) (Use the numeric entry)
A: Significant digit for HALO (1 through 9)
B: Number of zeros to follow the significant digit for HALO
(0 through 8)
AB is the same as A x 10B.
▼
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the received-on-account key. Up to 12
characters can be entered.
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■ PO
You can program an upper limit amount and description for each paid-out key.
Procedure
Select a pertinent paid-out key from
the PO keys list.
Program each item as follows:
• HALO (High Amount Lockout) (Use the numeric entry)
A: Significant digit for HALO (1 through 9)
B: Number of zeros to follow the significant digit for HALO
(0 through 8)
AB is the same as A x 10B.
▼
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the paid-out key. Up to 12 characters can be
entered.
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Media Key Programming
Use the following procedure to select any option included in the media group:
1.
Procedure
In the SETTING window, select “4 MEDIA.”
• The MEDIA window will appear.
▼
2.
Select any option from the following options list:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
CASH:
CHECK:
CREDIT:
HOTEL TRANSFER:
CID:
CH/CG:
CA/CHK:
Cash key
Check key
Credit key
Hotel transfer key
Cash in drawer
Check change
Check cashing
The following illustration shows those options included in the media key programming group.
4 MEDIA
164
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
CASH
CHECK
CREDIT
HOTEL TRANSFER
CID
CH/CG
CA/CHK
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
See “■ Cash key” on page 165.
See “■ Check key” on page 166.
See “■ Credit key” on page 167.
See “■ Hotel transfer key” on page 168.
See “■ Cash in drawer” on page 169.
See “■ Check change” on page 169.
See “■ Check cashing” on page 170.
■ Cash key
Procedure
Select a pertinent cash key from the
cash keys list.
▼
Program each item as follows:
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the cash key. Up to 12 characters can be
entered.
• HALO (High Amount Lockout) (Use the numeric entry)
AB is the same as A x 10B.
A: Significant digit (1 through 9)
B: Number of zeros to follow the significant digit
(0 through 8)
You can set AB at 18 for no limitation.
• BILL PRINT (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Makes bill printing compulsory.
NON-COMPULSORY: Makes bill printing non-compulsory.
• FOOTER PRINT (Use the selective entry)
This item decides whether or not your POS terminal should
print a message at the foot of a receipt when a specified
cash key is used.
YES: Enables footer printing on the receipt.
NO: Disables footer printing on the receipt.
• NON-ADD # ENTRY (Use the selective entry)
You can enforce the non-add code entry when a cash entry
is accepted.
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory non-add code entry
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory non-add code entry
• VP (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory validation printing
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory validation printing
• DRAWER OPENING (Use the selective entry)
You can program each cash key to open the drawer.
YES: Opens the drawer.
NO: Disables the drawer opening.
• AMOUNT ENTRY (Use the selective entry)
You may select compulsory or non-compulsory amount
tender.
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory amount tendered entry
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory amount tendered
entry
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■ Check key ( CHK through CHK4 )
Procedure
Select a pertinent check key from
the check keys list.
▼
Program each item as follows:
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the check key. Up to 12 characters can be
entered.
• HALO (High Amount Lockout) (Use the numeric entry)
AB is the same as A x 10B.
A: Significant digit (1 through 9)
B: Number of zeros to follow the significant digit
(0 through 8)
You can set AB at 18 for no limitation.
• EFT FUNCTION (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Makes EFT function compulsory.
NON-COMPULSORY: Makes EFT function noncompulsory.
• BILL PRINT (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory bill printing
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory bill printing
• FOOTER PRINT (Use the selective entry)
YES: Enables footer printing on the receipt.
NO: Disables footer printing on the receipt.
• NON-ADD # ENTRY (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory non-add code entry
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory non-add code entry
• CHANGE DUE (Use the selective entry)
Either change enable or disable can be selected for each
check key.
DISABLE: Disables change calculation.
ENABLE: Enables change calculation.
• VP (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory validation printing
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory validation printing
• DRAWER OPENING (Use the selective entry)
YES: Opens the drawer.
NO: Disables the drawer opening.
• AMOUNT ENTRY (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory amount tendered entry
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory amount tendered
entry
• DESCRIPTOR (Use the character entry)
Currency descriptor. Up to 4 characters can be entered.
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■ Credit key ( CR1 through CR8 )
Procedure
Select a pertinent credit key from the
credit keys list.
▼
Program each item as follows:
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the credit key. Up to 12 characters can be
entered.
• HALO (High Amount Lockout) (Use the numeric entry)
AB is the same as A x 10B.
A: Significant digit (1 through 9)
B: Number of zeros to follow the significant digit
(0 through 8)
You can set AB at 18 for no limitation.
• EFT FUNCTION (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Makes EFT function compulsory.
NON-COMPULSORY: Makes EFT function noncompulsory.
• BILL PRINT (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory bill printing
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory bill printing
• FOOTER PRINT (Use the selective entry)
This item decides whether or not your POS terminal should
print a message at the foot of a receipt when a specified
credit key is used.
YES: Enables footer printing on the receipt.
NO: Disables footer printing on the receipt.
• NON-ADD # ENTRY (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory non-add code entry
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory non-add code entry
• CHANGE DUE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables change calculation.
ENABLE: Enables change calculation.
• VP (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory validation printing
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory validation printing
• DRAWER OPENING (Use the selective entry)
YES: Opens the drawer.
NO: Disables the drawer opening.
• AMOUNT ENTRY (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY: Makes amount tendered entry
compulsory.
INHIBIT:
Inhibits amount tendered entry.
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■ Hotel transfer key
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the hotel transfer key. Up to 12 characters
can be entered.
• HALO (High Amount Lockout) (Use the numeric entry)
AB is the same as A x 10B.
A: Significant digit for HALO (1 through 9)
B: Number of zeros to follow the significant digit for HALO
(0 through 8)
You can set AB at 18 for no limitation.
• BILL PRINT (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory bill printing
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory bill printing
• FOOTER PRINT (Use the selective entry)
YES: Enables footer printing on the receipt.
NO: Disables footer printing on the receipt.
• NON-ADD # ENTRY (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory non-add code entry
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory non-add code entry
• CHANGE DUE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables change due.
ENABLE: Enables change due.
• VP (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory validation printing
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory validation printing
• DRAWER OPENING (Use the selective entry)
YES: Opens the drawer.
NO: Disables the drawer opening.
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■ Cash in drawer
You can program the description and the upper limit amounts for cash in drawer (sentinel).
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the cash in drawer.
Up to 12 characters can be entered.
• HALO (High Amount Lockout) (Use the numeric entry)
Limit amount: 0 to 9999999.99
■ Check change
You can program the description and the upper limit amounts for check change.
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for check change.
Up to 12 characters can be entered.
• HALO (High Amount Lockout) (Use the numeric entry)
Limit amount: 0 to 999999.99
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■ Check cashing
You can program the description and the upper limit amounts for check cashing.
Procedure
Select a pertinent check cashing no.
from the check cashing numbers list.
▼
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Program each item as follows:
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for check cashing.
Up to 12 characters can be entered.
• HALO (High Amount Lockout) (Use the numeric entry)
Limit amount: 0 to 999999.99
Currency Programming
In the SETTING window, select “5 CURRENCY”, and take the following procedure.
■ Currency exchange key ( EXCHANGE1 through EXCHANGE9 )
Procedure
Select a pertinent currency
exchange key from the currency
exchange keys list.
Program each item as follows:
• RATE (Use the numeric entry)
Currency exchange rate (0.000000 to 999.999999)
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the currency exchange key. Up to 12
characters can be entered.
▼
• TAB (Use the numeric entry)
Tabulation (0 to 3)
• DESCRIPTOR (Use the character entry)
Currency descriptor. Up to 4 characters can be entered.
■ Foreign drawer
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• FOREIGN DRAWER# (Use the selective entry)
DRAWER2/DRAWER1/NONE
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Text Programming
Use the following procedure to select any option included in the text group:
1.
Procedure
In the SETTING window, select “6 TEXT.”
• The TEXT window will appear.
▼
2.
Select any option from the following options list:
1
2
3
4
FUNCTION TEXT:
DEPT. GROUP:
PLU GROUP:
PLU HOURLY GR:
Function text
Department group text
PLU group text
PLU hourly group text
The following illustration shows those options included in the text programming group.
6 TEXT
172
1
2
3
4
FUNCTION TEXT
DEPT. GROUP
PLU GROUP
PLU HOURLY GR
➡
➡
➡
➡
See “■ Function text” on page 173.
See “■ Department group text” on page 176.
See “■ PLU group text” on page 176.
See “■ PLU hourly group text” on page 177.
■ Function text
You can program a maximum of 12 characters for each function by using the following table:
Procedure
The screen continues.
Default
text
No.
Function
Promotion discount
DISCOUNT
028
Non-turnover refund
NOTURNRF
Difference
DIFFER
029
Non-turnover return
NOTURNRT
003
Taxable 1 subtotal
TAX1 ST
030
VAT shift
VAT SFT
004
Taxable 2 subtotal
TAX2 ST
031
VAT/tax delete
TAX DELE
005
Taxable 3 subtotal
TAX3 ST
032
VP counter
VP CNT
006
Taxable 4 subtotal
TAX4 ST
033
Bill counter
BILL CNT
007
Taxable 5 subtotal
TAX5 ST
034
No sale
NO SALE
008
Taxable 6 subtotal
TAX6 ST
035
Guest check counter
G.C. CNT
009
VAT/tax 1
VAT 1
036
PBAL (for GLU)
010
VAT/tax 2
VAT 2
037
PBAL (for drive-through)
011
VAT/tax 3
VAT 3
038
NBAL (for GLU)
012
VAT/tax 4
VAT 4
039
NBAL (for drive-through)
***PBAL
***PBAL2
***NBAL
***NBAL2
013
VAT/tax 5
VAT 5
040
Starting cash memory (+)
SCM (+)
014
VAT/tax 6
VAT 6
041
Starting cash memory (–)
SCM (–)
015
Net 1
Exchange 1 is
EXCH1 IS
Net 2
NET1
NET2
042
016
043
Exchange 2 is
EXCH2 IS
017
Coupon-like PLU
CP PLU
044
Exchange 3 is
EXCH3 IS
Void issued order-receipt
VD
045
Exchange 4 is
EXCH4 IS
No.
Function
001
002
*018*
Default
text
019
Subtotal void
SBTL VD
046
Exchange 5 is
EXCH5 IS
020
MGR void
MGR VD
047
Exchange 6 is
EXCH6 IS
021
Void
VOID
048
Exchange 7 is
EXCH7 IS
022
Refund
REFUND
049
Exchange 8 is
EXCH8 IS
023
Return
RETURN
050
Exchange 9 is
EXCH9 IS
Hash void issued order-receipt
HASH VD
051
Cash/check is
CA/CK IS
*024*
025
Hash refund
HASH RF
052
Cash/check in drawer
CA/CK ID
026
Hash return
HASH RT
053
Guest
GUEST
Non-turnover void
NOTURNVD
054
Non-commission sale
NON COM.
*027*
* This void is applied to PBAL.
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■ Function text (continued)
No.
174
Function
Default
text
No.
Function
Default
text
055
VIP sale
VIP SALE
097
Copy receipt title
COPY
056
Waste total
WASTE TL
098
Guest check copy title
G.C COPY
057
Order total
ORDER TL
099
Bill totalize/transfer title
058
Paid total
PAID TL
100
Bill separation title
B.T.
B.S.
059
Transfer out
TRAN.OUT
101
Intermediate GLU reading title INTERMED.
060
Transfer in
TRAN.IN
102
Bill on receipt title
BILL
061
Tip paid
TIP PAID
103
Cumulated bill title
C.BILL
062
Domestic currency 1
DOM.CUR1
104
VIP sale title
VIP SALE
063
Domestic currency 2
DOM.CUR2
105
WASTE mode title
WASTE
064
Domestic currency 3
DOM.CUR3
106
Slip print journal message
SLIP PR.
065
Domestic currency 4
DOM.CUR4
107
Slip next page
NEXT P.
066
Domestic currency 5
DOM.CUR5
108
Average
AVE.
067
Domestic currency 6
DOM.CUR6
109
CCD
CCD
068
Domestic currency 7
DOM.CUR7
110
CCD difference
CCD DIF.
069
Domestic currency 8
DOM.CUR8
111
CCD difference total
DIF. TL
070
Domestic currency 9
DOM.CUR9
112
Order total - Paid total
O-P
071
Non-turnover total 1
*NT TL1
113
Commission amount 1
COM.AMT1
072
Non-turnover total 2
114
Commission amount 2
COM.AMT2
073
Non-turnover total 3
115
Commission amount 3
COM.AMT3
116
Commission amount total
COM.TTL
117
Bill balance
BILL BAL
074
Check in drawer
075
(+)dept. total
*NT TL2
*NT TL3
*CH ID
*DEPT TL
076
(–)dept. total
DEPT(–)
118
Free GLU
FREE GLU
077
Hash(+) total
*HASH TL
119
Old balance
OLD BAL.
078
Hash(–) total
HASH(–)
120
New balance
BALANCE
079
Net 1 (Taxable 1 - VAT/tax 1)
NET 1
121
Starting cash memory total
SCM TTL
080
Net 2 (Taxable 2 - VAT/tax 2)
NET 2
122
Turnover per table
T.TABLE
081
Net 3 (Taxable 3 - VAT/tax 3)
NET 3
123
Turnover per guest
T.GUEST
082
Net 4 (Taxable 4 - VAT/tax 4)
NET 4
124
Turnover per bill
T.BILL
083
Net 5 (Taxable 5 - VAT/tax 5)
NET 5
125
Item per guest
I.GUEST
084
Net 6 (Taxable 6 - VAT/tax 6)
NET 6
126
Item per bill
I.BILL
085
Subtotal
SUBTOTAL
127
Average price per item
AVE.ITEM
086
Merchandise subtotal
MDSE ST
128
Cost
COST
087
Total
***TOTAL
129
Cost %
COST%
088
Difference subtotal
DIFF ST
130
Total cost
TTL COST
089
Non-turnover subtotal
NON-TURN
131
Job location number
LOC#
090
Change
CHANGE
132
Job location cost
L.COST
091
English check print
CHECK PR
133
Total hour
TTL HOUR
092
Due
DUE
134
Overtime
OVR TIME
093
Tip due
TIP DUE
135
Over cost
OVR COST
094
Balance
BALANCE
136
Time-in
TIME-IN
095
Sales q’ty
ITEMS
137
Time-out
TIME-OUT
096
PLU subtotal
PLU ST
138
Break-in
BREAK-IN
■ Function text (continued)
No.
Function
Default
text
139
Break-out
BREAK-OUT
140
Break total
BREAK TL
141
Labor %
LABOR%
142
Person number
PERSON#
143
Total tax
TTL TAX
144
Net without tax
NET
145
Town name 1
TOWNNAME
146
Town name 2
TOWNNAME
147
Cash transfer
TRANSFER
148
GLU code
149
Drive-through code
GLU#
CAR#
150
Pint sale
PINT SAL
151
Cumulated bill text (left half)
ALL FOODS &
152
Cumulated bill text (right half) DRINKS
153
Independent payment
IND.PAY
154
Tare weight
TARE WT.
155
Receipt switch
RCP SW.
156
Subtotal of an individual clerk RST SBTL
(drink dispenser reset)
157
Total of all clerks
RESET TL
(drink dispenser reset)
158
Total of an individual clerk
MISOP TL
in a drink dispenser
misoperation file
159
Bill void text
BILL VOID
160
WASTE on PLU report
WASTE
161
COMBO on PLU report
COMBO
162
COMBO WASTE on PLU report
COMBO WASTE
163
Check/credit payment for
EX1CH+CR
164
Domestic currency 1 for
exchange 1
DOM.CHK/CR 1
check/credit
175
■ Department group text
You can program a maximum of twelve characters for each department group (1 ~ 9).
Procedure
Select a pertinent department group
number from the department groups
list.
Program the item as follows:
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the department group.
Up to 12 characters can be entered.
▼
■ PLU group text
You can program a maximum of twelve characters for each PLU group (1 ~ 99).
Procedure
Select a pertinent PLU group
number from the PLU groups list.
▼
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Program the item as follows:
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the PLU group.
Up to 12 characters can be entered.
■ PLU hourly group text
You can program a maximum of twelve characters for each PLU hourly group (1~9).
Procedure
Select a pertinent PLU hourly group
no. from the hourly groups list.
Program the item as follows:
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the PLU hourly group.
Up to 12 characters can be entered.
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Personnel Programming
Use the following procedure to select any option included in the personnel group:
1.
Procedure
In the SETTING window, select “7 PERSONNEL.”
• The PERSONNEL window will appear.
▼
2.
Select any option from the following options list:
1
2
3
4
CLERK:
MANAGER:
EMPLOYEE:
JOB LOCATE TBL:
Clerk
Manager
Employee
Job location table
The following illustration shows those options included in the personnel programming group.
7 PERSONNEL
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1
2
3
4
CLERK
MANAGER
EMPLOYEE
JOB LOCATE TBL
➡
➡
➡
➡
See “■ Clerk” on page 179.
See “■ Manager” on page 181.
See “■ Employee” on page 182.
See “■ Job location table” on page 183.
■ Clerk
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• SECRET CODE (Use the numeric entry)
Secret code (max. 4 digits: 0001 to 9999/0000)
• NAME (Use the character entry)
Name for the clerk. Up to 12 characters can be entered.
• KEY No. (Use the numeric entry)
Key number (0 through 255)
The entry of “0” disables the use of real clerk keys.
▼
• SUPERVISOR CLERK (Use the selective entry)
YES: Enables supervisor clerk.
NO: Disables supervisor clerk.
• VIP SALE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables VIP sale.
ENABLE: Enables VIP sale.
The screen continues.
• GLU SYSTEM (Use the selective entry)
GLU (PBLU):
Makes GLU (PBLU) system
compulsory.
DRIVE THRU:
Makes drive-through compulsory.
NON-COMPULSORY: Makes GLU (PBLU)/drive-through
system non-compulsory.
• G.C. COPY (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables guest check copy.
ENABLE: Enables guest check copy.
• VAT SHIFT (Use the selective entry)
STATE: Enables VAT shift entry.
NOT:
Disables VAT shift entry.
• PRICE LEVEL (Use the selective entry)
Selected price level
(PRICE1 through PRICE7)
• DRAWER No. (Use the selective entry)
DRAWER2/DRAWER1/NONE
• START CODE(GLU) (Use the numeric entry)
Starting GLU/PBLU code (1 to 99999999)
• END CODE(GLU) (Use the numeric entry)
Ending GLU/PBLU code (1 to 99999999)
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■ Clerk (continued)
• DEPT SHIFT 1 through 4 (Use the selective entry)
YES: Enables department shift entry.
NO: Disables department shift entry.
• PGM2 MODE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables operation in the PGM2 mode.
ENABLE: Enables operation in the PGM2 mode.
• PGM1 MODE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables operation in the PGM1 mode.
ENABLE: Enables operation in the PGM1 mode.
• PRICE MODE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables operation in the PRICE mode.
ENABLE: Enables operation in the PRICE mode.
• X1/Z1 MODE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables operation in the X1/Z1 mode.
ENABLE: Enables operation in the X1/Z1 mode.
• X2/Z2 MODE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables operation in the X2/Z2 mode.
ENABLE: Enables operation in the X2/Z2 mode.
• AUTO KEY PROG. (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables auto key programming operation.
ENABLE: Enables auto key programming operation.
• Z1 IN OPX/Z (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables resetting operation in OPX/Z mode.
ENABLE: Enables resetting operation in OPX/Z mode.
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■ Manager
You can program a secret code for each manager.
Program the item as follows:
Procedure
• MANAGER (Use the numeric entry)
Manager code (max. 2 digits: 01 to 99)
• SECRET CODE (Use the numeric entry)
Secret code (max. 4 digits: 0000 to 9999)
▼
Pertinent
manager code
➞ ENTER
▼
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■ Employee
You can program various items for each employee.
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• EMPLOYEE (Use the numeric entry)
Employee code (max. 10 digits: 0000000001 to 9999999999)
• SECRET CODE (Use the numeric entry)
Secret code (max. 4 digits: 0001 to 9999)
• NAME (Use the character entry)
Name for the employee.
Up to 12 characters can be entered.
• *1 CLERK CODE (Use the numeric entry)
Clerk code (max. 4 digits: 0001 to 9999)
▼
Pertinent
employee code
▼
➞ ENTER
• MANAGER CODE (Use the numeric entry)
Manager code (max. 2 digits: 01 to 99)
The manager who is responsible or capable for adjustments
to the employee’s hours.
• DAILY WORK TIME (Use the numeric entry)
Standard number of hours for which the employee should
work a day (max. 3 digits: 0 to 99.9)
• *2 LOCATION#1 through #4 (Use the numeric entry)
Job location table number (max. 2 digits: 01 to 99)
NOTE
*1
The clerk whom an employee code has been assigned cannot
time in unless the corresponding employee times in.
*2 If no job location table number is programmed for an
employee time-in operation, the location no. 1 will be
assigned. Therefore, make sure to program a job location
table number for “LOCATION#1.
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■ Job location table
You can program three functions for each job location table number which is assigned to employees.
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• JOB LOCATE TBL (Use the numeric entry)
Job location table number (1 to 99)
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the job location table. Up to 12 characters can
be entered.
• SALARY AMOUNT (Use the numeric entry)
Salary amount paid for the employee (max. 5 digits: 0 to
999.99)
▼
Pertinent
job location
table no.
• * OVER-TIME RATE (Use the numeric entry)
Rate for overtime work (max. 4 digits: 0.01 to 99.99)
➞ ENTER
NOTE
* Overtime pay = SALARY AMOUNT x OVER-TIME RATE
▼
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Terminal Programming
Use the following procedure to select any option included in the terminal group:
Procedure
1.
In the SETTING window, select “8 TERMINAL.”
• The TERMINAL window will appear.
▼
2.
Select any option from the following options list:
• MACHINE# (Use the numeric entry)
Machine number (max. 6 digits: 0 to 999999)
• CONSECUTIVE# (Use the numeric entry)
Enter a number (max. 4 digits: 0 to 9999) that is one less
than the desired starting number.
• BILL NUMBER (Use the numeric entry)
Enter a number (max. 4 digits: 0 to 9999) that is the desired
starting number.
• DRAWER ALARM (Use the numeric entry)
Alarm length of time with drawer opening (0 to 255 seconds)
• Your POS terminal starts to monitor how long the drawer is
kept open the moment the drawer is opened at the end of a
transaction in the REG/VOID mode. It stops the time
monitoring when a valid key (except the VP , SLIP , and
RCPT keys) is touched for the next transaction. It restarts
the time monitoring after that transaction is ended. You can
stop the buzzer alarm by closing the drawer. No key entries
can be made while the buzzer is sounding. If the number
“0” is entered, this function will be unavailable.
• SCREEN SAVE (Use the numeric entry)
Screen save mode timer (max. 2 digits: 0 to 99 minutes)
If the number “0” is entered, the POS terminal will turn the
display off after 100 min., if it remains idle.
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Date/Time Setting
Use the following procedure to select the menu option “9 DATE/TIME”:
■ Date/time
You can set the date and time for the POS terminal.
Procedure
Set each item as follows:
• DATE (Use the numeric entry)
Enter the day (2 digits), month (2 digits), and year (2 digits)
in this sequence.
• TIME (Use the numeric entry)
Set the time (max. 4 digits) on the 24-hour system. For
example, when the time is set to 2:30 AM, enter 0230; and
when it is set to 2:30 PM, enter 1430. The time will be printed
and displayed . Once you set the time, the internal clock unit
will continue to run as long as the built-in battery pack is
charged and also update the date (day, month, year)
properly.
▼
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Optional Feature Selection
Use the following procedure to select any option included in the optional group:
1.
Procedure
In the SETTING window, select “10 OPTIONAL.”
• The OPTIONAL window will appear.
▼
2.
Select any option from the following options list:
1
2
3
4
FUNC.PROHIBIT.:
FUNC.SELECTING:
PRINTING SELECT:
EURO:
Function prohibition
Function selection
Printing selection
Programming for EURO
change job
The following illustration shows those options included in the optional feature programming group.
10 OPTIONAL
186
1
2
3
4
FUNC.PROHIBIT.
FUNC.SELECTING
PRINTING SELECT
EURO
➡
➡
➡
➡
See “■ Function prohibition” on page 187.
See “■ Function selection” on page 188.
See “■ Printing selection” on page 190.
See “■ Programming for EURO change job” on page 192.
■ Function prohibition
Your POS terminal allows you to select whether to enable or disable various functions.
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• OP X/Z REPORT (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables clerk report printing in the OP X/Z
mode.
ENABLE: Enables clerk report printing in the OP X/Z
mode.
• PAID OUT (Use the selective entry)
LIMITED: Allowed only for managers or supervisor.
PUBLIC: Allowed for all clerks.
• REFUND/RETURN (Use the selective entry)
LIMITED: Allowed only for managers or supervisor.
PUBLIC: Allowed for all clerks.
• ISSUED ITM VD (Use the selective entry)
LIMITED: Allowed only for managers or supervisor.
PUBLIC: Allowed for all clerks.
• NO ISSUED ITM VD (Use the selective entry)
LIMITED: Allowed only for managers or supervisor.
PUBLIC: Allowed for all clerks.
• SUB-TOTAL VOID (Use the selective entry)
LIMITED: Allowed only for managers or supervisor.
PUBLIC: Allowed for all clerks.
• ITEM VP (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables item validation printing.
ENABLE: Enables item validation printing.
• INTERMEDIATE GLU (Use the selective entry)
LIMITED: Allowed only for managers or supervisor.
PUBLIC: Allowed for all clerks.
• VIP SALES (Use the selective entry)
LIMITED: Allowed only for managers or supervisor.
PUBLIC: Allowed for all clerks.
• GLU FINALIZE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables GLU finalization after ordering.
ENABLE: Enables GLU finalization after ordering.
• WASTE MODE (Use the selective entry)
LIMITED: Allowed only for managers or supervisor.
PUBLIC: Allowed for all clerks.
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■ Function selection
Your POS terminal enables you to select various functional selections.
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• REFUND VP (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory refund validation
printing
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory refund validation
printing
• (-) VP (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory minus validation printing
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory minus validation
printing
The screen continues.
• DOUBLE RCPT HEAD (Use the selective entry)
1 LINE:
Prints a one-line header on a double receipt.
NORMAL: Prints a normal header on a double receipt.
• VAT SHIFT SYSTEM (Use the selective entry)
BY SHIFT KEY: Allows VAT shift to be accomplished by the shift key.
BY CLERK:
Allows VAT shift to be accomplished by a clerk.
• LEVEL SFT METHOD (Use the selective entry)
MANUAL: Lock shift mode
AUTO:
Automatic return mode
• LEVEL SHIFT (Use the selective entry)
LIMITED: Allowed only for managers or supervisor.
PUBLIC: Allowed for all clerks.
• RETURN TO LEVEL1 (Use the selective entry)
When the PLU level shift system is set to “AUTO,” the PLU level can be returned to level 1 by one of the
following methods:
BY ONE RECEIPT: Returns the PLU level to level 1 by one receipt.
BY ONE ITEM:
Returns the PLU level to level 1 by one item.
• PRICE SFT SYSTEM (Use the selective entry)
BY CLERK:
Allows PLU price level shift to be accomplished by a clerk.
BY SHIFT KEY: Allows PLU price level shift to be accomplished by the shift key.
• PRICE SFT METHOD (Use the selective entry)
MANUAL: Lock shift mode
AUTO:
Automatic return mode
• PRICE SHIFT (Use the selective entry)
LIMITED: Allowed only for managers or supervisor.
PUBLIC: Allowed for all clerks.
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■ Function selection (continued)
• RETURN TO PRICE1 (Use the selective entry)
When the PLU price level shift method is set to “AUTO,” the price level can be returned to price 1 by
one of the following methods:
BY ONE RECEIPT: Returns the price level to price 1 by one receipt.
BY ONE ITEM:
Returns the price level to price 1 by one item.
• QTY IN VIP SALES (Use the selective entry)
UPDATE:
Updates the sales quantity of VIP sale.
NOT UPDATE: Does not update the sales quantity of VIP sale.
• NON-TURNOVER (Use the selective entry)
INCLUDE VAT: Enables non-turnover including VAT.
EXCLUDE VAT: Disables non-turnover including VAT.
• CREDIT IN RA/PO (Use the selective entry)
TOTALIZER UPDATE: Updates a credit totalizer when finalizing a received-on-account or a paid-out
entry by a credit key.
NOT UPDATE:
Does not update a credit totalizer when finalizing a received-on-account or a
paid-out entry by a credit key.
• SHIFT KEY ACTION (Use the selective entry)
CAPS LOCK: Locks the upper-case letter mode once the shift key is touched.
SHIFT:
Shifts the upper-case letter mode to the lower-case letter mode after a letter is entered.
• DRIVE SCREEN (Use the selective entry)
MANUAL: Only when the function key for the drive-through screen is touched, the drive-through
screen appears.
AUTO:
When the drive-through registration is made, the drive-through screen becomes the default
screen automatically. If the function key for the drive-through screen is touched, also the
drive-through screen appears.
• WHEN T-LOG FULL (Use the selective entry)
Programming whether or not to lock item entry when the T-LOG file is full.
CONTINUE:
LOCK:
• WHEN E.J. FULL (Use the selective entry)
Programming whether or not to lock item entry when the Electronic Journal file is full.
CONTINUE:
LOCK:
• PAYMENT FOR EX1 (Use the selective entry)
Payment for exchange1 amount
CASH ONLY:
ALL MEDIA:
• EX1 CALCULATION (Use the selective entry)
Exchange1 calculation method
DIVISION:
MULTIPLICATION:
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■ Printing selection
You can program various printing functions.
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• # OF PURCHASE (Use the selective entry)
PRINT:
Prints the number of purchases.
NOT PRINT: Does not print the number of purchases.
• TIME (Use the selective entry)
NOT PRINT: Does not print the time on the receipt and
journal.
PRINT:
Prints the time on the receipt and journal.
The screen continues.
• JOURNAL SELECT (Use the selective entry)
PARTIAL PRINT: Prints the information on all entries other
than normal department entries (entries
into “+” departments and their associated
“+” PLUs) on the journal.
FULL PRINT:
Prints the detailed information on the
journal.
• JOURNAL LETTER (Use the selective entry)
NORMAL SIZE: Prints the normal-size letters on the
journal.
SMALL SIZE:
Prints the compressed-size letters on the
journal.
• VAT/TAX ON R/J (Use the selective entry)
NOT PRINT: Does not print VAT or tax amounts on the
receipt and journal.
PRINT:
Prints VAT or tax amounts on the receipt and
journal.
• TAXABLE ON R/J (Use the selective entry)
NOT PRINT: Does not print taxable amounts on the receipt
and journal.
PRINT:
Prints taxable amounts on the receipt and
journal.
• NET ON R/J (Use the selective entry)
NOT PRINT: Does not print net amounts on the receipt and
journal.
PRINT:
Prints net amounts on the receipt and journal.
• VAT/TAX ON BILL (Use the selective entry)
NOT PRINT: Does not print VAT or tax amounts on the bill.
PRINT:
Prints VAT or tax amounts on the bill.
• TAXABLE ON BILL (Use the selective entry)
NOT PRINT: Does not print taxable amounts on the bill.
PRINT:
Prints taxable amounts on the bill.
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■ Printing selection (continued)
• NET ON BILL (Use the selective entry)
NOT PRINT: Does not print net amounts on the bill.
PRINT:
Prints net amounts on the bill.
• TIME ON BILL (Use the selective entry)
NOT PRINT: Does not print the time on the bill.
PRINT:
Prints the time on the bill.
• BILL ON SLIP (Use the selective entry)
NOT PRINT: Does not print the bill on the slip.
PRINT:
Prints the bill on the slip.
• BILL ON RECEIPT (Use the selective entry)
NOT PRINT: Does not print the bill on the receipt.
PRINT:
Prints the bill on the receipt.
• INTERMED ON SLIP (Use the selective entry)
NOT PRINT: Does not print the details of intermediate GLU reading on the slip.
PRINT:
Prints the details of intermediate GLU reading on the slip.
• INTERMED ON RCPT (Use the selective entry)
NOT PRINT: Does not print the details of intermediate GLU reading on the receipt.
PRINT:
Prints the details of intermediate GLU reading on the receipt.
• SEPARATOR LINE (Use the selective entry)
SEPARATOR LINE:
Prints separator lines in the report.
1 LINE:
Creates one-line space instead of printing separator lines in the report.
• LINK PLU TEXT (Use the selective entry)
ONLY PARENT:
Prints parent PLU text of linked PLUs with totalizer.
PRINT EACH PLU:
Prints each PLU text of linked PLUs.
• FREE TEXT ON KP (Use the selective entry)
Free text print on KP
PRINT:
NOT PRINT:
• ITEM CODE ON KP (Use the selective entry)
Item code print on KP
PRINT:
NOT PRINT:
• UNIT PRICE ON KP (Use the selective entry)
Unit price print on KP
PRINT:
NOT PRINT:
• AMOUNT ON KP (Use the selective entry)
Amount print on KP
PRINT:
NOT PRINT:
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■ Printing selection (continued)
• GUEST# ON KP (Use the selective entry)
Guest# print on KP on
PRINT:
NOT PRINT:
• QTY1 PRINT ON KP (Use the selective entry)
Qty1 print on KP
PRINT:
NOT PRINT:
• TOTAL & CHANGE PRT (Use the selective entry)
Exchange1 amount print for total and change
DOMESTIC ONLY:
WITH FOREIGN:
• PAYMENT VP (Use the selective entry)
Exchange1 amount print for payment VP
DOMESTIC ONLY:
WITH FOREIGN:
• MAXIMUM TICKET (Use the numeric entry)
Maximum number of ticket issuing (1 to 99)
■ Programming for EURO change job
You can program the following items for EURO change job.
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• DATE (Use the numeric entry)
Enter the date of EURO change.
(Day: 2 digits, Month: 2 digits, Year: 2 digits)
• TIME (Use the numeric entry)
Enter the time of EURO change.
(Hour: 0–23)
• PRICE CONVERT (Use the selective entry)
YES: Automatic conversion of unit prices in a local currency
into their EURO equivalents
NO: Non-conversion
• EURO JOB (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory EURO change job at
programmed date/time
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory EURO change job
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Report Programming
Use the following procedure to select any option included in the report group:
1.
Procedure
In the SETTING window, select “11 REPORT.”
• The REPORT window will appear.
▼
2.
Select any option from the following options list:
1
2
3
4
0 SKIP:
GNR RPT FORMAT:
HOURLY RPT:
STACKED RPT:
Zero skip
General report format
Hourly report
Stacked report
The following illustration shows those options included in the report programming group.
11 REPORT
1
2
3
4
0 SKIP
GNR RPT FORMAT
HOURLY RPT
STACKED RPT
➡
➡
➡
➡
See
See
See
See
“■
“■
“■
“■
Zero skip” on page 194.
General report format” on page 195.
Hourly report” on page 195.
Stacked report” on page 196.
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■ Zero skip
You can program whether or not to skip “0” in each report.
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• CLERK (Use the selective entry)
SKIP:
Skips those data that are “0” in the clerk report.
NOT SKIP: Does not skip those data that are “0” in the
clerk report.
• TRANSACTION (Use the selective entry)
SKIP:
Skips those data that are “0” in the transaction
report.
NOT SKIP: Does not skip those data that are “0” in the
transaction report.
• DEPARTMENT (Use the selective entry)
SKIP:
Skips those data that are “0” in the department
report.
NOT SKIP: Does not skip those data that are “0” in the
department report.
• PLU (Use the selective entry)
SKIP:
Skips those data that are “0” in the PLU report.
NOT SKIP: Does not skip those data that are “0” in the
PLU report.
• HOURLY (Use the selective entry)
SKIP:
Skips those data that are “0” in the hourly
report.
NOT SKIP: Does not skip those data that are “0” in the
hourly report.
• DAILY NET (Use the selective entry)
SKIP:
Skips those data that are “0” in the daily net
report.
NOT SKIP: Does not skip those data that are “0” in the
daily net report.
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■ General report format
You can program whether or not to skip the following items in the general report.
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• DEPARTMENT (Use the selective entry)
SKIP:
Skips department data in the general report.
NOT SKIP: Does not skip department data in the general
report.
• TRANSACTION (Use the selective entry)
SKIP:
Skips transaction data in the general report.
NOT SKIP: Does not skip transaction data in the general
report.
• TAX SALE (Use the selective entry)
SKIP:
Skips tax data in the general report.
NOT SKIP: Does not skip tax data in the general report.
• CID (Use the selective entry)
SKIP:
Skips cash-in-drawer data in the general report.
NOT SKIP: Does not skip cash-in-drawer data in the
general report.
■ Hourly report
You can program the memory type and the starting time for the hourly report.
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• MEMORY TYPE (Use the selective entry)
15MIN: Selects the 15-minute type.
30MIN: Selects the 30-minute type.
60MIN: Selects the 60-minute type.
• STARTING TIME (Use the numeric entry)
Starting time entry (max. 2 digits: 0 to 23)
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■ Stacked report
Your POS terminal is equipped with the stacked report printing function that enables multiple X/Z reports to
be printed in sequence with a single request.
Procedure
Select a stacked report no. from the
stacked reports list.
▼
You can select a maximum of twenty reports from the stacked
reports list. Some reports can be set their parameters such as
“START CODE” and “END CODE.”
• 01 GENERAL
General report
• 02 BALANCE
Balance report
• 03 DEPT./GROUP (Use the numeric entry)
Full department report
Parameter: Starting department code/ending department
code (1 through 99)
• 04 DEPT.IND.GROUP (Use the numeric entry)
Individual group report on departments
Parameter: Department group no. (1 through 17)
The screen continues.
▼
• 05 DEPT.GROUP TOTAL
Full group total report on departments
• 06 PLU (Use the numeric entry)
PLU report by designated range
Parameter: Starting PLU code/ending PLU code
(1 through 999999)
• 07 COMBO SALES (Use the numeric entry)
Combo sales report
Parameter: Starting PLU code/ending PLU code
(1 through 999999)
The screen continues.
▼
When you are allowed to set the
parameter of a report, the following
pop-up window will appear.
• 08 PLU BY DEPT (Use the numeric entry)
PLU report by associated department
Parameter: Department code (1 through 99)
• 09 PLU IND. GROUP (Use the numeric entry)
PLU report by individual group
Parameter: PLU group no. (00 through 99)
• 10 PLU GROUP TOTAL
Full group total report on PLUs
• 11 PLU STOCK (Use the numeric entry)
PLU stock report
Parameter: Starting PLU code/ending PLU code
(1 through 999999)
• 12 PLU COST (Use the numeric entry)
PLU cost report
Parameter: Starting PLU code/ending PLU code
(1 through 999999)
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■ Stacked report (continued)
• 13 PLU TOP 20 (Use the selective entry)
PLU top 20 report
Parameter: AMOUNT/QUANTITY
• 14 PLU ZERO SALES (Use the selective/numeric entry)
PLU zero sales report
Parameter: 1 ALL/2 BY DEPT.
When “2 BY DEPT.” is selected, enter a department code (1 through 99).
• 15 PLU MIN. STOCK (Use the numeric entry)
PLU minimum stock report
Parameter: Starting PLU code/ending PLU code (1 through 999999)
• 16 PLU HOURLY GROUP (Use the numeric entry)
PLU hourly group report
Parameter: Starting time/ending time (0 through 2345)
• 17 TRANSACTION
Transaction report
• 18 TL-ID
Total in drawer report
• 19 COMMISSION SALES
Commission sales report
• 20 TAX
Tax report
• 21 CHIEF
Chief report
• 22 ALL CLERK
Full clerk report
• 23 IND. CLERK
Individual clerk report
• 24 DD ERROR
Drink dispenser error reading report
• 25 DD RESET
Drink dispenser resetting report
• 26 EMPLOYEE (Use the numeric entry)
Employee report
Parameter: Starting employee code/ending employee code (1 through 9999999999)
• 27 EMP. ADJUSTMENT (Use the numeric entry)
Employee adjustment report
Parameter: Starting employee code/ending employee code (1 through 9999999999)
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■ Stacked report (continued)
• 28 EMP. ACTIVE STS. (Use the numeric entry)
Employee active status report
Parameter: Starting employee code/ending employee code (1 through 9999999999)
• 29 HOURLY (Use the numeric entry)
Hourly report
Parameter: Starting time/ending time (0 through 2345)
NOTE
To take the hourly Z report, you have to specify the full-range hourly report.
• 30 LABOR COST%
Labor cost percent report
• 31 OVER TIME (Use the numeric entry)
Over time report
Parameter: Starting employee code/ending employee code (max. 10 digits: 0000000001 to
9999999999)
• 32 DAILY NET
Daily net report
• 33 INGREDIENT STOCK (Use the numeric entry)
Ingredient stock report
Parameter: Starting ingredient no./ending ingredient no. (1 through 999)
• 34 GLU (Use the numeric entry)
GLU/PBLU report
Parameter: Starting GLU code/ending GLU code (1 through 99999999)
• 35 GLU BY CLERK
GLU/PBLU report by clerk
• 36 DRIVE THRU (Use the numeric entry)
Drive-through report
Parameter: Starting drive-through code/ending drive-through code (1 through 99999999)
• 37 D-THRU BY CLERK
Drive-through report by clerk
• 38 BILL
Bill report
• 39 SERVICE TIME (Use the numeric entry)
Drive-through service time
Parameter: Starting time/ending time (0 through 2300)
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Message Programming
Use the following procedure to select any option included in the message group:
1.
Procedure
In the SETTING window, select “12 MESSAGE.”
• The MESSAGE window will appear.
▼
2.
Select any option from the following options list:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
RECEIPT LOGO:
FREE TEXT:
VP TEXT:
SLIP TEXT:
SLIP FOOTER:
E.BILL MESSAGE:
PAYEE NAME:
Receipt logo
Free text
Validation printing text
Slip text
Slip footer
Entertainment bill message
Payee name (for English check)
The following illustration shows those options included in the text programming group.
12 MESSAGE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
RECEIPT LOGO
FREE TEXT
VP TEXT
SLIP TEXT
SLIP FOOTER
E.BILL MESSAGE
PAYEE NAME
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
See “■ Receipt logo” on page 200.
See “■ Free text” on page 200.
See “■ Validation printing text” on page 201.
See “■ Slip text” on page 201.
See “■ Slip footer” on page 201.
See “■ Entertainment bill message” on page 202.
See “■ Payee name” on page 202.
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■ Receipt logo
Your POS terminal can print programmed messages for customers on every receipt.
Procedure
Program the item as follows:
• RECEIPT LOGO (Use the character entry)
Logo text for the receipt (max. 40 characters x 6 lines)
Entering sequential characters “=” will print the
corresponding clerk name in the footer logo message. Enter
four to eight characters “=.”
NOTE
The programmable number of lines for a message varies
according to the following message types:
• 3-line header message type
• Graphical logo only type
• Graphical logo and 3-line footer message type
• 6-line header message type
• 3-line header and 3-line footer messages type
• 3-line header message, graphical logo, and 3-line footer
message type
• Graphical logo and 3-line header and 3-line footer
messages type
Please contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
■ Free text
Your POS terminal can print programmed texts for departments and PLUs on every receipt.
Procedure
Select a pertinent text number from
the free texts list.
▼
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Program the item as follows:
• FREE TEXT (Use the character entry)
Free texts for departments and PLUs (max. 99 texts/30
characters per text)
■ Validation printing text
Your POS terminal can print programmed messages for customers on the validation slip.
Procedure
Program the item as follows:
• VP TEXT (Use the character entry)
Texts for the validation slip (3 lines/max. 30 characters per
line)
■ Slip text
Your POS terminal can print programmed messages for customers on the slip.
Procedure
Program the item as follows:
• SLIP TEXT (Use the character entry)
Texts for the slip (3 lines/max. 30 characters per line)
■ Slip footer
Your POS terminal can print programmed footer messages for customers on the slip.
Procedure
Program the item as follows:
• SLIP FOOTER (Use the character entry)
Texts for the footer (3 lines/max. 30 characters per line)
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■ Entertainment bill message
Your POS terminal can print programmed entertainment bill messages on the receipt.
Procedure
Program the item as follows:
• E.BILL MESSAGE (Use the character entry)
Texts for the message (max. 30 characters)
■ Payee name
Your POS terminal can print programmed payee names for English checks.
Procedure
Program the item as follows:
• PAYEE NAME (Use the character entry)
Name for the payee for English check (2 lines/max. 30
characters per line)
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Function Key Programming
Use the following procedure to program a text (key label) or a color for the function key:
Procedure
1.
In the SETTING window, select “13 FUNCTION KEY.”
• The FUNCTION KEY window will appear.
▼
2.
Select any function key from the key list.
3.
Program a text or a color for the corresponding function key.
▼
• KEY TEXT (Use the character entry)
Enter a text for the function key.
The terminal is provided with various text-length in
compliance with each key size. (max. 16 characters)
• KEY COLOR (Use the selective entry)
Select a key color from the colors list (16 different of
colors).
BLACK/BLUE/LIGHT BLUE/MAGENTA/LIGHT
MAGENTA/GREEN/LIGHT GREEN/RED/LIGHT RED/
CYAN/LIGHT CYAN/GRAY/LIGHT GRAY/YELLOW/
BROWN/WHITE
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Device Configuration Programming
Use the following procedure to select a device configuration programming:
1.
Procedure
In the SETTING window, select “14 DEVICE CONFIG.”
• The DEVICE CONFIG window will appear.
▼
2.
The screen continues.
Select any option from the following options list:
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
JOURNAL PRINTER:
RECEIPT PRINTER:
SLIP PRINTER:
REPORT PRINTER:
KP#1:
KP#2:
KP#3:
KP#4:
KP#5:
KP#6:
KP#7:
KP#8:
KP#9:
SCALE:
DRINK DISPENSER:
ONLINE:
Journal printer
Receipt printer
Slip printer
Report printer
Remote printer #1
Remote printer #2
Remote printer #3
Remote printer #4
Remote printer #5
Remote printer #6
Remote printer #7
Remote printer #8
Remote printer #9
Scale
Drink dispenser
On-line
The following illustration shows those options included in the device configuration programming group.
14 DEVICE CONFIG
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01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
JOURNAL PRINTER
RECEIPT PRINTER
SLIP PRINTER
REPORT PRINTER
KP#1


KP#2

KP#3

KP#4

KP#5

KP#6

KP#7

KP#8

KP#9
SCALE
DRINK DISPENSER
ONLINE
➡
➡
➡
➡
See “■ Journal printer” on page 205.
See “■ Receipt printer” on page 205.
See “■ Slip printer” on page 206.
See “■ Report printer” on page 207.
➡ See “■ Remote printer” on page 207.
➡ See “■ Scale/Drink dispenser/On-line” on page 208.
➡ See “■ Scale/Drink dispenser/On-line” on page 208.
➡ See “■ Scale/Drink dispenser/On-line” on page 208.
■ Journal printer
You can program various printing functions for journal printer.
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• TERMINAL# (Use the numeric entry)
Terminal number (1 through 254 : Enter “0” for local device.)
• CHANNEL# (Use the numeric entry)
Channel number (1 through 7)
When you program as “0”, no RS-232 channel is assigned.
• PRINTER NAME (Use the selective entry)
Select the printer to be used.
ER-01PU
UP-T80BP
TM-U210/230
TM-300
TM-T88/85/88(3)
TM-U950
EJ FILE (Electronic journal file)
• AUTO CUTTER (Use the selective entry)
Auto cutter function
YES: Enables auto cutter function.
NO: Disables auto cutter function.
NOTE
When “EJ FILE” is used, select “NO”.
• PAPER SHEET (Use the selective entry)
Select a paper type.
TWO OR MORE: Uses two or more sheets.
ONE SHEET:
Uses one sheet.
NOTE
This option is available when the “TM-300” is selected.
■ Receipt printer
You can program various printing functions for each printer.
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• TERMINAL# (Use the numeric entry)
Terminal number (1 through 254 : Enter “0” for local device.)
• CHANNEL# (Use the numeric entry)
Channel number (1 through 7)
When you program as “0”, no RS-232 channel is assigned.
• PRINTER NAME (Use the selective entry)
Select the printer to be used.
ER-01PU
UP-T80BP
TM-U210/230
TM-300
TM-T88/85/88(3)
TM-U950
TM-T88(3) + LOGO
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■ Receipt printer (continued)
• AUTO CUTTER (Use the selective entry)
Auto cutter function
YES: Enables auto cutter function.
NO: Disables auto cutter function.ct “NO.”
• PAPER SHEET (Use the selective entry)
Select a paper type.
TWO OR MORE: Uses two or more sheets.
ONE SHEET:
Uses one sheet.
NOTE
This option is available when the “TM-300” is selected.
• HEAD LOGO PRINT (Use the selective entry)
Select a header logo print timing.
EACH ISSUE: The logo will be printed on the receipt just
after the current transaction is finalized.
PRE-PRINT: The logo will be printed beforehand on the
next receipt when the current transaction is
finalized.
• RCPT LENGTH (Use the numeric entry)
Minimum length of the bill to be printed paper on the receipt
paper
• PRINT TYPE (Use the selective entry)
Select the type of receipt print formats.
ADDITION
SINGLE/DOUBLE
S/D + ADDITION
ADDITION+SINGLE
ADD WITHOUT TL
DOUBLE ADDITION
DOUBLE ADD+SNGL
■ Slip printer
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• TERMINAL# (Use the numeric entry)
Terminal number (1 through 254 : Enter “0” for local device.)
• CHANNEL# (Use the numeric entry)
Channel number (1 through 7)
When you program as “0”, no RS-232 channel is assigned.
• PRINTER NAME (Use the selective entry)
Select the printer to be used.
ER-FBP40
TM-T88/85/88(3)
TM-295
TM-T88(3) + LOGO
TM-U950
• INITIAL FEED# (Use the numeric entry)
Initial line feed for a slip (0 to 64 lines)
• SLIP MAX LINE (Use the numeric entry)
Maximum number of lines printable on a slip (0 to 99)
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■ Slip printer (continued)
• VP PRINT TIMES (Use the numeric entry)
Number of times of validation printing (0 to 9)
• HEAD LOGO PRINT (Use the selective entry)
Select a header logo print timing.
EACH ISSUE: The logo will be printed on the slip just after
the current transaction is finalized.
PRE-PRINT: The logo will be printed beforehand on the
next slip when the current transaction is
finalized.
■ Report printer
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• TERMINAL# (Use the numeric entry)
Terminal number (1 through 254 : Enter “0” for local device.)
• CHANNEL# (Use the numeric entry)
Channel number (1 through 7)
When you program as “0”, no RS-232 channel is assigned.
• PRINTER NAME (Use the selective entry)
Select the printer to be used.
ER-01PU
UP-T80BP
TM-U210/230
TM-300
TM-T88/85/88(3)
TM-U950
TM-T88(3) + LOGO
• AUTO CUTTER (Use the selective entry)
Auto cutter function
YES: Enables auto cutter function.
NO: Disables auto cutter function.
• PAPER SHEET (Use the selective entry)
Select a paper type.
TWO OR MORE: Uses two or more sheets.
ONE SHEET:
Uses one sheet.
NOTE
This option is available when the “TM-300” is selected.
■ Remote printer (KP#1 through KP#9)
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• TERMINAL# (Use the numeric entry)
Terminal number (1 through 254 : Enter “0” for local device.)
• CHANNEL# (Use the numeric entry)
Channel number (1 through 7)
When you program as “0”, no RS-232 channel is assigned.
• PRINTER NAME (Use the selective entry)
Select the printer to be used.
ER-01PU
UP-T80BP
TM-U210/230
TM-300
TM-T88/85/88(3)
TM-U950
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■ Remote printer (continued)
• AUTO CUTTER (Use the selective entry)
Auto cutter function
YES: Enables auto cutter function.
NO: Disables auto cutter function.
• PAPER SHEET (Use the selective entry)
Select a paper type.
TWO OR MORE: Uses two or more sheets.
ONE SHEET:
Uses one sheet.
NOTE
This option is available when the “TM-300” is selected.
• PRINT TYPE (Use the selective entry)
Select the type of receipt print formats.
ADDITION
SINGLE/DOUBLE
ADDITION+SINGLE
DOUBLE ADDITION
DOUBLE ADD+SNGL
• SECOND KP (Use the numeric entry)
You can assign a second remote printer to which data should
be output when the first remote printer encounters an error
during transmission of the data.
Second remote printer number (0 to 9)
• NAME (Use the character entry)
Description for the remote printer (max. 12 characters)
■ Scale/Drink dispenser/On-line
Procedure
Select a pertinent device from the
“DEVICE CONFIG” window.
▼
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Program each item as follows:
• CHANNEL# (Use the numeric entry)
Channel number (1 through 7)
When you program as “0”, no RS-232 channel is assigned.
Drive-through Code Programming
Use the following procedure to select the menu option “15 DRIVE THRU”:
■ Drive-through code
You can program the range of available drive-through codes.
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• START CODE (Use the numeric entry)
Starting drive-through code (max. 8 digits: 1 to 99999999)
• END CODE (Use the numeric entry)
Ending drive-through code (max. 8 digits: 1 to 99999999)
• TIME (Use the numeric entry)
Drive-through target time:
Enter the minute (2 digits) and the second (2 digits) in this
sequence.
NOTE
▼
When the customer’s waiting time is over the programmed
target time, the terminal will display a warning.
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Tax Programming
Use the following procedure to select any option included in the tax group:
Procedure
1.
In the SETTING window, select “16 TAX.”
• The TAX window will appear.
▼
2.
Select any option from the following options list:
1
2
3
4
5
6
TAX1:
TAX2:
TAX3:
TAX4:
TAX5:
TAX6:
Tax1
Tax2
Tax3
Tax4
Tax5
Tax6
NOTE
▼
If the DELETE key is touched on the tax number selection menu, the
tax in the cursor position will be deleted.
3.
Program each item as follows:
• RATE SIGN (Use the selective entry)
–: Minus rate
+: Plus rate
• TAX RATE (Use the numeric entry)
Tax rate (max. 7 digits: 0.0000 to 999.9999%)
• LOWER TAX LIMIT (Use the numeric entry)
Lowest taxable amount (max. 5 digits: 0.01 to 999.99)
• This option is not available in the VAT system.
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Drink Dispenser Programming
Use the following procedure to select any option included in the drink dispenser programming group:
Procedure
1.
In the SETTING window, select “17 DRINK DISPENSER.”
2.
Select any option from the following options list:
▼
1
2
3
4
DD PRESET:
DD OPERATOR:
DOWN LOADING:
LOCAL DD:
Drink dispenser preset
Drink dispenser operator
Downloading
Local drink dispenser
NOTE
“4 LOCAL DD” is available only when your POS terminal is used
in an inline system.
The following illustration shows those options included in the drink dispenser programming group.
17 DRINK DISPENSER
1
2
3
4
DD PRESET
DD OPERATOR
DOWNLOADING
LOCAL DD
➡
➡
➡
➡
See “■ Drink dispenser preset” on page 212.
See “■ Drink dispenser operator” on page 213.
See “■ Downloading” on page 213.
See inline manual.
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■ Drink dispenser preset
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• VALUE NUMBER (Use the numeric entry)
• You can set the link of sort number of drink dispenser and
PLU code.
AAA: Value in the hundred thousand’s and ten thousand’s
and thousand’s place of a PLU code (0 through 999)
• The conversion of a sort number to a PLU code is made as
follows:
Sort number = xxx (max. 3 digits)
PLU code = AAAxxx (max. 6 digits)
NOTE
You cannot change the setting by this option while the received
data on drink dispenser sales is stored in the buffer. In this case,
a lock error will occur and the message “ENTRY ERROR” will be
displayed.
• SEPARATE CODE (Use the numeric entry)
Enter a GLU/PBLU or drive-through separate code
(1 through 999999).
For example, if you program “10” for the separate code,
Separate codes “1” through “9” are used for GLU codes, and
“10” through “999999” are used for drive-through codes.
• CONNECTION (Use the selective entry)
OFF-LINE: Makes drink dispenser off-line.
ON-LINE: Makes drink dispenser on-line.
If “OFF-LINE” is selected, data reception from the drink
dispenser is disabled. If “ON-LINE” is selected, the manual
entry of PLU assigned to the drink dispenser sales article
results in error correction of drink dispenser misoperation.
• PRINT FORMAT (Use the selective entry)
NOT PRINT: Does not print a drink dispenser misoperation
item when reading a drink dispenser
misoperation file (in the clerk report).
PRINT:
Prints a drink dispenser misoperation item
when reading a drink dispenser misoperation
file (in the clerk report).
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■ Drink dispenser operator
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• CLERK CODE (Use the numeric entry)
Enter a clerk code to be assigned to a drink dispenser
operator.
• GLU START CODE (Use the numeric entry)
Starting GLU code to be assigned to a drink dispenser
operator (1 through 999999)
• GLU END CODE (Use the numeric entry)
Ending GLU code to be assigned to a drink dispenser
operator (1 through 999999)
NOTE
▼
Pertinent clerk
code
➞ ENTER
If the ENTER key is touched without setting the range after entering
a clerk code, the drink dispenser sales by the entered clerk will
be unavailable.
▼
■ Downloading
This option is used to download drink dispenser clerk assignment information to drink dispenser.
To transfer this information, the drink dispenser must be initialized and set to on-line mode in advance.
Initialization can be performed from the drink dispenser or from your POS terminal. To initialize from POS
terminal, use X1/Z1 mode job.
Procedure
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On-line Configuration Programming
Use the following procedure to select the on-line configuration programming.
Please consult your dealer for more details.
Procedure
1.
In the SETTING window, select “18 ONLINE CONFIG”.
• The ONLINE CONFIG window will appear.
▼
2.
Program each item as follows:
• TERMINAL No. (Use the numeric entry)
Terminal number (0 to 999999).
• CI SIGNAL (Use the selective entry)
Sensing of the CI signal
NON
SENSING
• LINE FORM (Use the selective entry)
Programming of the modem control
FULL:
Full duplex system
HALF:
Half duplex system
• BAUD RATE (Use the selective entry)
Transmission data rate
38400 bps
19200 bps
9600 bps
4800 bps
2400 bps
1200 bps
600 bps
300 bps
(1200 bps, 600 bps, 300 bps: These baud rates are not
available for CH2.)
• START CODE (Use the numeric entry)
Start code (0 to 127)
• END CODE (Use the numeric entry)
End code (0 to 127)
• TIME OUT (Use the numeric entry)
Programming of the time-out time (1 to 255 sec.)
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Price Mode Programming
The PRICE mode programming is chiefly used for daily changes of the PLU’s unit price by supervisor or
manager.
Procedure
To program a unit price of the PLU as follows:
1.
Select “5 PRICE MODE” from the mode selection window.
• The PLU list will appear.
▼
2.
Select any PLU code from the list.
3.
Program a unit price for corresponding price level.
▼
• PRICE1 through 7 (Use the numeric entry)
Unit price of each price level (max. 6 digits)
By default, only a price for PRICE1 can be entered. If
you want to enter a price for PRICE2 through 7, contact
your authorized SHARP dealer.
• PINT PRICE1 through 7 (Use the numeric entry)
Pint price of each price level (max. 6 digits)
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Automatic Sequencing Key Programming
If you program frequently performed key operations for the AUTO keys, you can enter those key operations
simply by touching the corresponding AUTO keys in key operations.
Procedure
To program an automatic sequencing key as follows:
Select “8 AUTO KEY MODE” from
the mode selection window.
▼
Select the keyboard from the
keyboard list.
▼
1.
Touch a pertinent automatic sequencing key which you want
to program.
AUTO
▼
2.
Enter the desired sequence to use the automatic sequencing
key in the programmed sequence.
700 ➞ 000001 ➞ CASH/TL
▼
3.
Touch the automatic sequencing key again.
AUTO
4.
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Touch the EXIT to finalize the programming.
Reading of Stored Programs
You can read programs stored in the PGM1 or PGM2 mode.
■ Program reading sequence
To read those programs stored in the PGM1 or PGM2 mode, use the following procedure:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Select “1 READING” in the PGM1 or PGM2 mode menu window to display the items list.
Select an item listed in the table shown later.
If needed, enter starting and ending codes to specify the range of the selected item.
Select a device (“DISPLAY” or “REPORT PRINTER”) to receive the output.
Item:
Description:
Available mode:
1 DEPT *
Department
PGM1 or PGM2
2 PLU *
PLU
PGM1 or PGM2
3 LINK PLU TABLE *
Link PLU table
PGM2
4 COMBO MEAL
Combo meal
PGM2
5 CONDIMENT TABLE *
Condiment table
PGM2
6 PROMOTION TABLE
Promotion table
PGM2
7 RECIPE TABLE *
Recipe table
PGM2
8 INGREDIENT *
Ingredient table
PGM1 or PGM2
9 PLU MENU KEY
PLU menu key
PGM2
10 SCALE TABLE
Scale table
PGM2
11 DEPT. SHIFT
Department shift
PGM2
12 HAPPY HOUR
Happy hour
PGM2
13 FUNCTION
Function
PGM1 or PGM2
14 MEDIA
Media key
PGM2
15 CLERK
Clerk
PGM1 or PGM2
16 MANAGER
Manager
PGM2
17 EMPLOYEE *
Employee
PGM2
18 JOB LOCATE TBL
Job location table
PGM2
19 OPTIONAL
Optional feature
PGM2
20 FUNCTION TEXT
Function text
PGM2
21 FUNCTION KEY
Function key
PGM2
22 DEPT. GROUP
Department group
PGM2
23 PLU GROUP
PLU group
PGM2
24 PLU HOURLY GR
PLU hourly group
PGM2
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Item:
Description:
Available mode:
25 MESSAGE
Message
PGM2
26 TAX
Tax
PGM2
27 DRIVE THRU
Drive through code
PGM2
28 AUTO KEY
Automatic sequencing key
PGM2
29 DEVICE CONFIG
Device configuration
PGM2
30 DIRECT KEY
Direct key
PGM2
31 DRINK DISPENSER
Drink dispenser
PGM2
32 ONLINE CONFIG
On-line configuration
PGM2
33 INLINE CONFIG
In-line configuration
PGM2
34 ROM VERSION
ROM version
PGM2
NOTE
You can read those programmed items marked with “ * ” by range.
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■ Sample printouts
• Departments (PGM1 or PGM2 mode)
Date
Consecutive number
Machine number
Clerk name/clerk code
Time
Operating mode*
Report type
Dept. code
Description
Key text
Tax status
Unit price
Group no.
Commission group
HALO limit
Print station (Remote printer 1/2/receipt)
Function programming
0000003
Amount entry type
(open and preset/preset/open/inhibited)
Receipt type (double/single)
SIF/SICS/normal
Scale status
(Scale compulsory/enable/inhibited)
Scale table no.
Item validation print
(compulsory/non-compulsory)
Print on clerk report (Yes/no)
Key color
Minus department
* When you take this report in the PGM1 mode, the PGM2 indication is replaced by a “PGM1.”
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• PLUs (PGM1 or PGM2 mode)
Report type
Associated dept. code
PLU code
Group no.
Key text
Promotion table no.
Condiment table no.
Menu type (space: normal PLU, L: link PLU table no.,
C: combo meal no.)
Base q’ty
Pint base q’ty
Recipe table no.
Price 1
Description for price level 1
Price 2
Price 3
Price 4
Price 5
Price 6
Tare table no.
Price 7
Commission group
Print station (Remote printer 1/2/receipt)
Tax status
Function programming
0 0 0 0 2
Amount entry type
(open and preset/preset/open /inhibited)
Scale status (compulsory/enable/inhibit)
Condiment entry to menu item
(compulsory/non-compulsory)
Condiment type/non-condiment type
Price shift (compulsory/inhibited/allowed)
Hourly group
Key color
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• PLUs (continued)
• Link PLU table (PGM2 mode)
Report type
Link PLU
table no.
PLU’s menu type
Blank : Normal
L : Link PLU
C : Combo
meal
Assigned
PLU codes
• Combo meal (PGM2 mode)
Report type
Combo
meal no.
Assigned
PLU codes
and prices
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• Promotion table (Normal selling) (PGM2 mode)
• Condiment table (PGM2 mode)
Report type
Report type
Promotion
table no.
Condiment
table no.
Discount amount
Assigned
PLU codes
Trip level
Text
Linked condiment
table no.
Message text
• Promotion table (Set selling) (PGM2 mode)
Report type
Promotion
table no.
Discount amount
Trip level
Text
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• Recipe table (PGM2 mode)
Report type
Ingredient no.
Q’ty
Recipe table no.
• Ingredient (PGM1 or PGM2 mode)
• Scale table (PGM2 mode)
Report type
Ingredient no.
Ingredient descriptor
Stock
Report type
Scale table no.
Tare weight
Cost
• Department shift (PGM2 mode)
• PLU menu key (PGM2 mode)
Report type
Report type
Department code
Menu key no.
Menu item
• Happy hour (PGM2 mode)
Report type
Time range
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• Functions (PGM1 or PGM2 mode)
• Media (PGM2 mode)
Report type
Sign (plus/minus)
Report type
Function text
Function text
Amount
HALO
HALO
Programming
Type
I=Item
S=Subtotal
R=Received
-on-account
Descriptor
Rate
Sentinel
HALO
Rate
Descriptor
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• Clerk (PGM1 or PGM2 mode)
• Employee (PGM2 mode)
Report type
Clerk code
Clerk name
Linked GLU
codes
Report type
Employee code
Employee name
Standard number
of working hours
Secret code
Programming
0000001D1
Linked manager
code
Drawer no.
Price level
VAT shift
G.C. copy
GLU system
VIP sale
Supervisor clerk
Resetting in OP X/Z mode
Job location nos.
Linked clerk code
Secret code
Key no.
Dept. shift 1 through 4 (yes/no)
Mode selection
000000
Auto key programming (enable/disable)
X2/Z2 mode (enable/disable)
X1/Z1 (enable/disable)
PRICE mode (enable/disable)
PGM1 mode (enable/disable)
PGM2 mode (enable/disable)
• Manager (PGM2 mode)
• Job location table (PGM2 mode)
Report type
Manager code
Secret code
Report type
Job location
table no.
Text
Overtime
pay rate
Salary pay
amount
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• Optional features (PGM2 mode)
Report type
Setting
Item
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• Optional features (continued)
• Function text (PGM2 mode)
Report type
Function text (default)
Text (preset)
Drawer open
alarm time
Hourly report
Stacked
report 1
Stacked
report 2
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• Department group text (PGM2 mode)
• PLU hourly group text (PGM2 mode)
Report type
Function text
(default)
Function text
(default)
Text (preset)
Text (preset)
Report type
• PLU group text (PGM2 mode)
Report type
Function text
(default)
Text (preset)
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• Message (PGM2 mode)
• Tax rate (PGM2 mode)
Report type
Report type
Tax no.
Rate
Lowest taxable
amount
Receipt logo text
Free text
VP text
Slip text
• Function key (PGM2 mode)
Slip footer
Report type
Payee name for
English check
• Drive-through code (PGM2 mode)
Report type
Starting code
Ending code
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Key name
Key color
• AUTO key (PGM2 mode)
• Direct key (PGM2 mode)
Report type
AUTO key no.
Report type
Key no.
Key operation
PLU level
PLU code
• Device configuration (PGM2 mode)
Report type
Model no. of
printer
Auto cutter
Paper type
Minimum length
for bill on the receipt
Device name
No. of times of VP
Maximum line
nos. of slip printing
Initial slip feed
line no.
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• Drink dispenser (PGM2 mode)
• ROM version (PGM2)
Drink dispenser
number
PLU codes
linked to the
sort number
Separate code
Print format of
misoperation
reading
List of the clerks
who are able to
operate drink
dispenser
GLU range area
On-line
Off-line
• On-line configuration (PGM2)
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14 Drink Dispenser
Your POS terminal can be connected with a drink dispenser.
The summary of drink dispenser operations is shown below.
The data such as GLU codes, clerk codes,
sort numbers and so on which are entered
at a drink dispenser is sent to the POS
terminal.
Drink dispenser
UP-3301
Received data is
overwritten to an
applicable GLU
code.
When an entry error is found, perform the following steps:
1.
Check the error by the drink dispenser misoperation file reading or drink dispenser error reading.
Drink dispenser misoperation file reading
REG or MGR mode
Clerk report
OP X/Z or X1/Z1 mode
If there is misoperation data when you take an individual or full clerk X/Z report, the machine
waits for selection of one of the following three commands (RETRY, ABORT and IGNORE)
through the keyboard.
1 RETRY:
attempts to retry the report issuing job.
2 ABORT:
cancels the report issuing job.
3 IGNORE: issues the report, disregarding that there is misoperation data. In the case of
the Z report, misoperation data is also reset.
Drink dispenser error reading
X1/Z1 mode
2.
Correct the error with the drink dispenser correction in the REG or MGR mode.
The error which relates to GLU codes can be corrected. However, the error which relates to PLU
codes or clerk codes cannot be corrected with the drink dispenser correction.
Procedure to return from Off-line to On-line mode
Case 1:
The drink dispenser was set to Off-line only for a short term and there have been no change in GLU
occupations (same guests at the same table).
The data-buffer of the drink dispenser can be emptied by using the DD reset function (Z1 mode). The POS
terminal - drink dispenser line is automatically set to On-line by this function.
Case 2:
The drink dispenser was set to Off-line for a long term. Therefore, the use of the DD reset function is not
applicable because GLU occupations have been changed, meanwhile. Empty the drink dispenser databuffer at the drink dispenser directly and set the POS terminal - drink dispenser line to On-line manually.
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■ Drink dispenser misoperation and misoperation file
The error caused by misoperation during drink dispenser sales registration or missetting is recorded in the
drink dispenser misoperation file.
■ Causes of drink dispenser misoperation
Causes
For PLU
Department
Processing
Error message
No PLU/department code
2
NO RECORD
Inhibited PLU code
2
INHIBIT PLU
Preset price entry is inhibited.
2
ENTRY INHIBIT
It’s combo PLU, link PLU, condiment
PLU, promotion PLU, minus PLU, or
scale compulsory PLU.
2
ENTRY INHIBIT
Amount overflow
2
TRANS. OVERFLOW
No GLU code
1
ENTRY ERROR
GLU code is out of the range.
1
ENTRY ERROR
Lacking memory of GLU file
1
LACKING MEMORY
GLU code is assigned to other clerk.
1
NO AUTHORITY
GLU code is transferred out.
1
NO AUTHORITY
VIP sale, VIOD mode or Training mode
1
ENTRY ERROR
Clerk code is not defined.
2
UNDEFINE CODE
Supervisor clerk is inhibited.
2
ENTRY ERROR
Starting cash memory entry is
compulsory.
2
ENTRY ERROR
Buffer full
1
MEMORY FULL
Transaction amount overflow
1
TRANS. OVERFLOW
For GLU
For clerk
Others
NOTE
Processing 1 or 2 discriminates the processing type explained on the following pages.
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■ Disposal of misoperation
The following two types of misoperation disposal are possible:
Type 1:
Misoperation in the case when there is established clerk code which has been defined by the
POS terminal based on the clerk code inputted from the drink dispenser and the PLU assigned by
using the sort number of drink dispenser sales, but the GLU code is wrong. (The GLU code is out
of the range for the clerk or has already been used by another clerk.)
Such a misoperation is recorded in the drink dispenser misoperation file. At this time the following
data is updated:
• Totalizer for the associated department
• Totalizer for each PLU
• Stock counter (if controlled)
(Data of pertinent clerk)
• Order total
• Commission sales amount
• Non-commission sales amount
Type 2:
Fatal error in the case when the clerk code and PLU code of information (clerk code, sort
number) sent from the drink dispenser cannot be identified and the totalizers for clerk or PLUs
cannot be updated.
Such an error is recorded in the drink dispenser misoperation file without updating of totalizers.
Accordingly, these errors are not registered in the POS terminal. They are recorded only in the
drink dispenser misoperation file. These errors cannot be corrected with the correction operation.
These errors are roughly classified into the following two groups :
• Errors which make it impossible to identify the PLU code.
• Errors which make it impossible to identify the clerk code.
The former error is printed out with correction disabled mark when reading the drink dispenser
misoperation or reading the drink dispenser misoperation of clerk report. If the clerk code cannot
be identified, the error cannot be read by drink dispenser misoperation read operation but read/
reset is possible in the X/Z mode. However, if the clerk code corresponding to the clerk code is
defined in the POS terminal system after occurrence of error whose clerk code cannot be
identified, it cannot be corrected with the correction operation. Accordingly, it is printed out as
drink dispenser error read list, being distinguished from the ordinary misoperation read.
■ Misoperation file reading
Each clerk can display out only his/her misoperation data in the misoperation file in the REG or MGR mode.
Procedure
MISC FUNCTIONS
(REG or MGR mode)
Select “MOP READ”
from the window
ENTER
NOTE
The data of the drink dispenser misoperation file can be printed or displayed out as well in the OP X/Z and
X1/Z1 modes.
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■ Correction of drink dispenser articles in a drink dispenser misoperation file
When a clerk recognizes that a drink dispenser misoperation file has a record, the clerk can correct the drink
dispenser operation by selecting of the drink dispenser article on the screen.
Procedure
(REG or MGR mode)
MISC FUNCTIONS
Select “DD CORRECT”
from the window.
GLU code
(Destination GLU code)
ENTER
OPEN THE TABLE
CANCEL To end
NBAL
To enter total q’ty
Select an item from
the left window.
Numeric key
(Q’ty)
To select another item
ENTER
FINAL
CANCEL To end
CASH/TL or another
payment key
SUB TOTAL To go to the
next GLU code
NOTE
• The contents of the first GLU code in the misoperation file are displayed in the left window.
• The pick-upped items from the left window are displayed in the right window. These items are stored in the
destination GLU code when the CASH/TL key is touched.
• The item which is moved is selected by the cursor (
and
) keys.
• When the
key is touched, the cursor is moved to the right window. When the
key is touched, the
cursor is moved to the left window.
• When the SUB TOTAL key is touched, the contents of the next GLU code in the misoperation file are displayed.
• When the NBAL , FINAL , or CASH/TL key or another payment key is touched, the items in the right window are
stored in the destination GLU code. And the contents are printed on receipt/journal printer. Then the entry
of the next destination GLU code is displayed. If the CANCEL key is touched at this time, the correction
operation is finished.
Function
Subtotal and taxable subtotals of corresponding GLU/PBLU are updated, but in the other totalizers are not
updated. (Because they are already updated when misoperation has occurred.)
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15 Electronic Journal/Data Clear
■ Electronic journal
This function is intended to record the journal data in the electronic journal file (memory) instead of journal
paper. For details, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
● Recording data
The POS terminal records the printing output to the journal printer in REG, PGM1, PGM2, X1/Z1, and X2/
Z2 modes into the electronic journal file.
● Reporting (X report)
The POS terminal reports the journal data (same as normal journal formats) in the electronic journal file
by the report printer or the display.
Operation: Select the reading operation “E.JOURNAL” in X1/Z1 mode.
It is possible to take filter functions (consecutive no./date/clerk code).
Consecutive no.: ALL or RANGE (designate start no./end no.)
Date:
ALL or RANGE (designate start date/end date)
Clerk code:
ALL or INDIVIDUAL (designate clerk code)
● Resetting (Z report)
It is possible to take the resetting report of the journal data (same as normal journal formats) in the
electronic journal file by the report printer.
Operation: Select the resetting operation “E.JOURNAL” in X1/Z1 mode.
The filter function (consecutive no./date/clerk code) can not be used (always “ALL”).
■ Data clear
Use the following procedure to perform the data clear operation.
Procedure
1.
In the PGM2 MODE window, select “3 DATA CLEAR”.
• The DATA CLEAR window will appear.
▼
2.
Select the pertinent operation.
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16 EURO Migration Function
Basically your POS terminal can be automatically modified to correspond to the introduction of EURO by
executing the operation “EURO STATUS” in X2/Z2 mode. However, there are several options you must set
depending on your need. So, please carefuly conduct necessary settings.
For details, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
EURO status:
You can select status from following 4 types ((A), (B), (C), or (D)). And the selectable type is decided as
follows for each status. Type (A) is the base status (initial status).
From type (A)
From type (B)
From type (C)
selectable
selectable
selectable
Type (B), (C), or (D)
Type (C), (D)
Type (D)
Items
Type (B)
Type (C)
Type (D)
General Z1 report
General Z2 report
GT1/GT2/GT3 memory
Exchange1 amount printing for total and change
Exchange1 amount printing for total validation print
Exchange1 calculation method
Domestic currency symbol
Domestic TAB
ISSUE
ISSUE
—
YES
YES
DIVISION
—
—
ISSUE
ISSUE
CLEAR
YES
YES
MULTI
[EURO]
2
ISSUE
ISSUE
CLEAR
NO
NO
MULTI
[EURO]
2
Exchange1 currency descriptor
[EURO]
Exchanger1 TAB
2
Conversion of the preset unit prices of Dept./PLU
(You can program in the PGM2 mode not to
convert the preset unit prices of Dept./PLU.)
—
The current
domestic
currency symbol
The current
domestic TAB2
CONVERT
—
—
CONVERT
The marked items “—” is remaining the current data.
Procedure
Select X2/Z2 mode
6 EURO STATUS
LIST
Select B, C, or D
ENTER
NOTE
It is executed some of following jobs which is needed for each status.
(1) Issue general Z1 report. (2) Issue general Z2 report. (3) Clear GT1/GT2/GT3. (4) Change PGM
function “Total and change amount printing — With foreign/Domestic only”. (5) Change PGM function
“Exchange1 amount printing for total validation print — YES/NO” and “Total validation print amount
printing — With foreign/Domestic only”. (6) Change PGM function “Exchange1 calculation method —
Division/Multiplication”. (7) Set “Domestic currency symbol” as EURO symbol. (8) Set “Domestic TAB”
as 2. (9) Set “Exchange1 currency descriptor” as the suitable data. (10) Set “Exchange1 TAB” as the
suitable data. (11) Convert the preset unit prices of Dept./PLU.
NOTE
This job cannot set below additional EURO function. Below items must be set by each PGM job after this
job.
(1) Exchange1 rate, (2) “Check, Credit operation for Exchange1 — YES/NO”
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17 Operator Maintenance
Replacing the Backup Battery Pack
The memory backup battery pack has an expected life of approximately three years under normal conditions
(temperature extremes can shorten the life of the battery). Replace the memory backup battery pack every
three years.
The battery pack is not available on the market, so please contact your dealer and ask him or her for
replacement when you need a new one. Be sure to use a battery pack specified by SHARP.
Use of other battery packs could damage your POS terminal.
Caution : When you replace the battery pack, keep the POS terminal turned on. If you replace the
battery pack with the power switch off, all the data in memory will be lost.
1.
Remove the screw from the battery compartment
cover located at the bottom of the terminal (➀),
raise the cover by its projection (➁), and pull the
cover in the direction of the arrow (➂) to detach it.
Battery compartment
cover
2.
Take out the battery pack.
3.
Disconnect the connector.
2
1
3
Connector
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4.
Connect the connector of a new battery pack.
5. Install the pack, placing the wires in the slit as
shown in the figure at right.
6.
Replace the battery compartment cover, and
tighten the screw removed earlier in step 1.
1
2
3
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In Case of Power Failure
When power is lost, the POS terminal retains its memory contents and all information on sales entries.
• When power failure is encountered in POS terminal idle state or during an entry, the POS terminal returns
to the normal state of operation after power recovery.
Before Calling for Service
The malfunctions shown in the left-hand column below, labeled “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
Checking
• The display does not illuminate.
• Is power supplied to the electric outlet?
• Is the power cord plug out or loosely connected
to the electric outlet?
• Is the power switch in the “ON” position?
• Are the brightness control and the contrast
control adjusted correctly?
• Is the terminal in screen-save mode?
• The display is illuminated, but the whole
machine refuses entries.
• Is any clerk or operator signed on?
• No receipt is issued.
• See the printer manual.
• No journal paper is taken up.
• Printing is unusual.
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18 Options
List of Options
For your UP-3301 POS terminal, the following options are available:
For details, contact your authorized SHARP dealer. Do no try to install any options yourself.
01.
02.
03.
04.
05.
06.
07.
08.
09.
10.
11.
12.
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RAM memory board model UP-S02MB2M
External printer model ER-01PU
Slip printer model ER-FBP40
Remote drawer model ER-03DW or ER-04DW or ER-05DW
Remote coin case model ER-48CC3, ER-48CC2 or ER-58CC
Remote coin case cover model ER-02CV1-5, ER-01CV1-5 or ER-03CV
Magnetic card reader model UP-E12MR2
Built-in printer model UP-T80BP
Remote customer display model UP-P16DP (Pole type)
Mountable customer display model UP-I16DP
EFT interface model ER-02EF2
Two-port RS-232 interface model ER-A7RS2
19 Specifications
Model:
UP-3301
External dimensions:
295(W) x 414.5(D) x 320(H) mm
Weight:
6.5 kg
Power source:
Official (nominal) voltage and frequency
Power consumption:
Stand-by:
36W
Operating:
55W (when the official voltage is 220 to 230V)
Operating:
56W (when the official voltage is 230 to 240V)
Working temperatures:
0 to 40 °C
Electronics:
LSI (CPU) etc.
Built-in battery:
Rechargeable battery pack, memory holding time of about 1 month (with fully
charged built-in battery pack, at room temperature)
Display:
Operator display:
Accessories:
Leaflet
Clerk keys
Ferrite cores
Color LCD module and Touch panel 640(W) x 480(H)
(dots)
1 copy
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3
* 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:
GREEN-AND-YELLOW:
Earth
BLUE:
Neutral
BROWN:
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 GREEN-AND-YELLOW must be connected to the terminal in the plug
which is marked by the letter E or by the safety earth symbol
or coloured green or green-and-
yellow.
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.
Ensure that your equipment is connected correctly – if you are in any doubt, consult a qualified
electrician.
“WARNING: THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED.”
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.
SHARP CORPORATION
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