Sharp UP-820F Instruction manual

POS TERMINAL
MODEL
UP-820F
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
CAUTION: Please observe the following when an optional drawer is used.
The drawer unit 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 à 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 åtkomligt.
LET OP:
Het stopcontact dient in de buurt van de kassa en gemakkelijk toegangbaar te zijn.
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 från strömmen, dra ut stickproppen.
LET OP:
Trek de stekker uit het stopcontact indien u de stroom geheel wilt uitschakelen.
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-820F. 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 sunlight, unusual temperature
changes, high humidity or exposure to water sources and keep away from heat and magnetic
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.
• For a complete electrical disconnection, the AC power cord must be removed from the wall outlet.
• Never disconnect peripherals from the POS terminal while the POS terminal remains plugged into
the AC outlet.
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
CONTENTS····················································································································································2
1. Part Names and Functions ···················································································································8
External View···········································································································································8
Front view ·······································································································································8
Rear view········································································································································8
Printer ······················································································································································9
RS232 Connector/SD Card Slot ············································································································10
Opening the RS232 connector cover ···························································································10
Opening the SD card slot cover····································································································10
Keyboard ···············································································································································10
Inserting the keyboard sheet ········································································································10
Standard keyboard layout·············································································································11
Optional keys ································································································································12
Default key text on the display······································································································15
Clerk Keys ·············································································································································17
Display ···················································································································································18
Operator display (touch panel) ·····································································································18
Customer display (pop-up type) ···································································································20
Display adjustment (operator display) ··························································································20
Screen save mode························································································································20
2. Selecting an Operating Mode ·············································································································21
Operating Modes ···································································································································21
Mode Selection ······································································································································22
Selecting a mode ··························································································································22
Returning to the mode selection window ······················································································22
3. Receipts················································································································································23
Built-in Printer Sample Receipt··············································································································23
Receipt for Remote Printers (KP#1-KP#9) ····························································································24
Type of receipts ····························································································································24
Sorted Receipt Function ························································································································27
4. Prior to Entries·····································································································································29
Preparations for Entries ·························································································································29
Receipt and journal paper rolls ·····································································································29
Receipt ON/OFF function ·············································································································29
Clerk assignment ··························································································································29
Error Warning ········································································································································30
Item Selection from the Menu················································································································31
Starting Cash Memory Entry··················································································································33
5. Entries···················································································································································34
Item Entries············································································································································34
Single item entries ························································································································34
Repeat entries ······························································································································36
Multiplication entries ·····················································································································36
Split-pricing entries ·······················································································································38
Successive multiplication entries ··································································································39
Single item cash sale (SICS)/single item finalize (SIF) entries·····················································40
Scale entries ·································································································································41
Non-turnover sales ·······················································································································43
Special Entries for PLU/EAN ·················································································································44
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Promotion function························································································································44
PLU/EAN link entries ····················································································································46
EAN learning function ···················································································································46
EAN/ITF-to-PLU conversion ·········································································································47
PLU/EAN information inquiry (view) function················································································48
EAN price change function ···········································································································49
Combo meal PLU/EAN entries ·····································································································50
With/without entries ······················································································································51
PLU Menu entries ·························································································································51
PLU level shift (for direct PLUs) ···································································································52
Price level shift ·····························································································································54
Condiment entries (for PLU) ·········································································································55
Pint entries····································································································································57
Happy hour ···································································································································57
Crate entries ·································································································································58
Display of Subtotals ·······························································································································60
Subtotal ········································································································································60
Difference subtotal (Differ ST) ······································································································60
Finalization of Transaction·····················································································································61
Cash or check tendering···············································································································61
Mixed tendering (check + cash)····································································································62
Cash or check sale that does not need any tender entry ·····························································62
Credit sale ····································································································································62
Mixed-tender sale (cash or check tendering + credit tendering)···················································63
Computation of VAT (Value Added Tax)/Tax ························································································64
VAT/tax system ····························································································································64
VAT shift entries ···························································································································65
Guest Check (GLU) ·······························································································································66
Guest look up (GLU) system ········································································································66
Deposit entries······························································································································67
Transferring guest checks out or in (Transfer-in/out) ···································································68
Bill printing ····································································································································69
Intermediate GLU reading ············································································································70
Bill totalizing/bill transfer ···············································································································70
Bill separating ·······························································································································71
Transaction migration ···················································································································75
Recall GLU ···································································································································75
Ordering Systems ··································································································································76
Customer advance ordering ·········································································································76
Credit customer advance ordering ·······························································································78
Article order masks ·······················································································································80
Auxiliary Entries ·····································································································································81
Percent calculations (premium or discount) ·················································································81
Discount entries ····························································································································81
Refund entries ······························································································································82
Return entries ·······························································································································82
Printing of non-add code numbers ·······························································································83
Printing of free text ·······················································································································83
Payment Treatment ·······························································································································84
Tip-in entries ·································································································································84
Currency exchange ······················································································································85
Received-on-account entries ········································································································86
Paid-out entries ····························································································································87
No-sale (exchange) ······················································································································88
Transferring cash··························································································································88
Cashing a check ···························································································································89
Service charge······························································································································89
VIP sales ······································································································································89
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Customer Management ·························································································································90
Basic operations ···························································································································91
Customer record search by name ································································································92
Name and address printing on receipt/bill ····················································································93
Customer bill printing ····················································································································94
Employee Function ································································································································95
Clerk/manager sign-on ·················································································································95
Employee’s working time recording ······························································································96
Employee’s working time shift ······································································································99
Customer Relation Management ·········································································································100
Discount groups··························································································································100
Bonus points ·······························································································································101
WASTE Mode ······································································································································102
TRAINING Mode··································································································································103
Supervisor Clerk ··································································································································104
Overlapped Clerk Entry ·······················································································································105
6. Correction···········································································································································106
Correction of the Last Entry (Direct Void) ····························································································106
Correction of the Next-to-Last or Earlier Entries (Indirect Void) ··························································107
Subtotal Void ·······································································································································108
Correction of Incorrect Entries Not Handled by the Direct, Indirect or Subtotal Void Function············108
7. Special Printing Function ·················································································································109
Copy Receipt Printing ··························································································································109
Guest Check Copy·······························································································································110
Validation Printing Function ·················································································································110
Barcode Printing ··································································································································111
Entertainment Bill·································································································································112
8. Manager Mode····································································································································113
Entering the Manager Mode ················································································································113
Override Entries···································································································································113
Tip Paid Entries ···································································································································114
Bill Recording/Bill Void·························································································································114
Correction after Finalizing a Transaction ·····························································································115
9. Reading (X) and Resetting (Z) of Sales Totals ················································································116
How to take an X1/Z1 or X2/Z2 report ························································································116
Flash report ·······························································································································116
Compulsory Cash/Check Declaration (CCD)·······················································································120
10.Non-accessed EAN and Customer Deletion ···················································································121
11.How to Use the Programming Keyboard Sheet··············································································122
Programming Keyboard Layout ···········································································································122
How to Program Alphanumeric Characters ·························································································123
Using character keys on the keyboard ·······················································································123
Entering character codes············································································································124
12.Programming ·····································································································································125
Basic Instructions·································································································································125
Programming screen ··················································································································125
Programming example ···············································································································126
Article Programming ····························································································································128
Department ·································································································································129
PLU/EAN ····································································································································131
Dynamic EAN ·····························································································································133
PLU range ··································································································································134
Happy hour ·································································································································134
PLU menu key ····························································································································135
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Combo meal ·······························································································································136
Link PLU/EAN table ····················································································································136
PLU condiment table ··················································································································137
Promotion table (global/individual type)······················································································139
Crate table ··································································································································141
EAN-to-PLU converting table ·····································································································142
ITF-to-PLU converting table ·······································································································142
EAN Non-PLU code format ········································································································143
Press code (for EAN)··················································································································144
Scale table ··································································································································144
PLU/EAN stock ···························································································································145
EAN delete ·································································································································145
Direct Key Programming······················································································································146
Direct key····································································································································146
Functional Programming······················································································································147
Discount key (! through ()···································································································147
Percent key (¡ through ª) ····································································································148
Group discount key (L through a) ························································································148
Commission ································································································································149
Miscellaneous functions (deposit, RA, PO, tip, cash in drawer and check change) ···················149
Service charge····························································································································150
Bonus points ·······························································································································151
Media Key Programming ·····················································································································152
Cash key·····································································································································152
Check key (h through Ò)·······································································································153
Credit key (Ó through Œ) ·······································································································154
Check cashing ····························································································································155
Charge key ·································································································································155
Foreign currency (foreign currency drawer and currency exchange key , through +)·········156
Currency money ·························································································································157
Training Text/Clerk Programming········································································································158
Text Programming ·······························································································································158
Function text ·······························································································································159
Department group text ················································································································161
PLU group text····························································································································161
PLU hourly group text ·················································································································162
PLU information text ···················································································································162
Personnel Programming ······················································································································163
Clerk ···········································································································································164
Cashier ·······································································································································166
Manager ·····································································································································167
Employee····································································································································168
Job location table························································································································169
Working time shift ·······················································································································169
Contactless key ··························································································································170
Prohibition of the contactless key ·······························································································171
Terminal Programming ························································································································172
Date/Time Setting ································································································································173
Date/time ····································································································································173
Optional Feature Selection ··················································································································173
Function prohibition ····················································································································174
Function selection 1····················································································································176
Function selection 2····················································································································177
Printing selection 1 ·····················································································································178
Printing selection 2 ·····················································································································179
EURO ·········································································································································181
Report Programming ···························································································································182
Zero skip ·····································································································································182
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General report format ·················································································································183
Transaction report format ···········································································································184
Clerk report format······················································································································186
Hourly report ·······························································································································187
Stacked report ····························································································································188
Message Programming························································································································191
Receipt logo································································································································192
Free text ·····································································································································192
Validation printing text ················································································································192
Slip text ·······································································································································193
Slip footer ···································································································································193
Payee name ·······························································································································193
Entertainment bill message ········································································································193
Scrolling message for pole display ·····························································································194
Function Key Programming ·················································································································195
Function menu key ·····················································································································196
Function key ·······························································································································198
Function menu key list ················································································································199
Device Configuration Programming·····································································································200
Built-in printer ·····························································································································201
Journal printer·····························································································································201
Receipt printer ····························································································································202
Slip printer ··································································································································202
Remote printer (KP#1 through KP#9)·························································································203
BCR (SCANNER) ·······················································································································204
Scale/On-line ······························································································································204
Pole display ································································································································204
Tax Programming ································································································································205
Customer Programming·······················································································································206
Customer code ···························································································································206
Customer programming ··············································································································207
Order Mask Programming ···················································································································208
Branch programming ··················································································································208
Transfer mask programming ······································································································209
Backup Data Send Programming ········································································································210
Backup data send ·······················································································································210
Backup Data Receive Programming····································································································210
Backup data receive ···················································································································210
On-line Configuration Programming ····································································································211
PRICE Mode Programming ·················································································································212
Automatic Sequencing Key Programming ···························································································213
Auto menu programming ············································································································213
Auto key sequence programming ·······························································································215
SD CARD Mode···································································································································216
Reading of Stored Programs ···············································································································218
Program reading sequence ········································································································218
13.Electronic Journal/Data Clear ··········································································································220
Electronic journal ························································································································220
Data clear ···································································································································220
14.European Article Number (EAN) or Universal Product Code (UPC)·············································221
EAN or UPC code·······················································································································221
Add-on code ·······························································································································223
EAN file·······································································································································223
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15.EURO Migration Function·················································································································224
16.Operator Maintenance·······················································································································226
In Case of Power Failure ·····················································································································226
In Case of Printer Error························································································································226
Thermal Printing ··································································································································226
Cautions in handling the printer ··································································································226
Cautions in handling the recording paper (thermal paper) ·························································227
Installing and Removing the Paper Roll·······························································································228
Recording paper specifications ··································································································228
Installing the paper roll ···············································································································228
Removing the paper roll ·············································································································229
Prevention of paper jams············································································································231
Removing a paper jam ···············································································································232
Cleaning the Print Head·······················································································································233
Before Calling for Service ····················································································································234
17.Options ···············································································································································235
List of Options······································································································································235
18.Specifications ····································································································································236
7
1 Part Names and Functions
This chapter describes the part names and functions of this POS terminal.
External View
■ Front view
Journal cover
Customer display (Pop-up type)
Receipt paper
Operator display
Power switch
RS232 connector
Keyboard (flat-type)
SD card slot
Contactless clerk switch
■ Rear view
8
Printer
NOTE
The POS terminal UP-820F may be configured with multiple types of printers offered by the
market. For specific instructions related to the handling and care of the printer, please refer to
the applicable printer instruction manual.
The built-in printer is a 2 station (receipt/journal) type
thermal printer, and therefore it does not require any type
of ink ribbon or cartridge. The average life of the printer is
approximately 5 million lines.
Printer cover
To open the printer cover, lift up the cover as shown on
the right sketch.
Your register is shipped with the print head release lever
held by a white retainer in the lifted up position. Be sure
to remove this retainer (see the figure at the right) and
push down the print head release lever before you use
the POS terminal.
Print head release lever
The print head can be lifted by the green
lever on the right side of the printer.
Pulling the lever forward lifts the print
head up. If the paper becomes jammed,
open the cutter unit pushing the cutter
open tab, then pull the lever further
forward to open the print head wider so
you can remove the jammed paper.
Cutter open tab
If a paper jam occurs, pull the cutter unit
open while pushing the cutter open tab.
Then remove the paper jam inside the
printer. For the detailed procedures, refer
to the “Removing a paper jam” section in
the “Operator Maintenance” chapter.
NOTE
Retainer
Take-up spool
Paper roll location
Paper chute
Cutter open tab
Cutter unit
Print head release lever
Do not attempt to remove the paper roll with the head in the down position. This may result in
damage to the printer and print head.
9
RS232 Connector/SD Card Slot
■ Opening the RS232 connector cover
Push the part of the RS232 connector cover indicated by
the arrow to open the cover.
* To close the cover, push the arrowed part in until you hear
it click.
■ Opening the SD card slot cover
Refer to the “SD CARD Mode” section.
Keyboard
■ Inserting the keyboard sheet
Insert the keyboard sheet between the keyboard cover and the cabinet as illustrated below.
1. Insert the keyboard sheet into the slit, holding up the
Keyboard cover
keyboard cover as shown left.
2. Close the keyboard cover.
Keyboard sheet
NOTE
• Do not spread the keyboard cover too far as it might tear.
• Replace the keyboard sheet with a new one if by chance it gets wet. Use of a wet keyboard sheet may
cause problems.
• Be sure to use only SHARP-supplied keyboard sheets. Thick or hard sheets make key operation difficult.
• Smooth the keyboard sheet evenly under the keyboard cover, without any folds or wrinkles, to ensure
easier operation.
• If you require a new keyboard sheet, please contact your dealer.
• The keyboard cover will eventually wear out. If your keyboard cover is dirty or broken, replace the cover
10 with a new one. For details, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
■ Standard keyboard layout
G.C. VAT PRICE AUTO AUTO
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
MODE HOME
RECEIPT JOURNAL RCPT SHIFT SHIFT# MENU1 MENU2 MENU1 MENU2 MENU3 MENU4 MENU5 MENU6 MENU7
3
6
2
9
5
1
8
4
7
CL
12
16
24
32
40
48
56
64
72
80
7
15
23
31
39
47
55
63
71
79
6
14
22
30
38
46
54
62
70
78
5
13
21
29
37
45
53
61
69
77
4
12
20
28
36
44
52
60
68
76
3
11
19
27
35
43
51
59
67
75
2
10
18
26
34
42
50
58
66
74
1
9
17
25
33
41
49
57
65
73
11
CANCEL ENTER
PAGE PAGE
UP DOWN
10
PLU
SUB
7
8
9
4
5
6
GLU
1
2
3
NBAL
0
00 000
NOTE
8
FINAL
BS
OPENED FUNC
GLU MENU
CH
#
CR
#
ST
TL
All the keys but the receipt paper feed key and the journal paper feed key can be re-positioned.
If you want to change the layout, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
RECEIPT
Receipt paper feed key
OPENED
GLU
JOURNAL
Journal paper feed key
GLU
Guest lookup key
Department keys
NBAL
New balance key
G.C.
RCPT
Guest check receipt key
1
0
BT
12
9
Opened GLU list key
Numeric keys
00
000
•
Decimal point key
BT
Bill totalize/bill transfer key
BS
Bill separation key (by item)
Clear key
FUNC
MENU
Function menu key (function menu 4)
Multiplication key
ENTER
Enter key
Void key
VAT
SHIFT
Value-added tax shift key
(by transaction)
PLU
SUB
Price lookup/subdepartment key
AUTO AUTO
MENU1 MENU2
AUTO menu 1 and 2 keys
FINAL
Tentative finalization key
CR
#
Credit menu key (function menu 2)
PRICE
SHIFT#
Price level shift number key
CH
#
Check menu key (function menu 3)
PLU menu 1 through 7 keys
ST
Subtotal key
Direct price lookup keys
TL
Total key
CL
PLU
MENU1
PLU
MENU7
1
80
11
PAGE
UP
PAGE
DOWN
CANCEL
Page up/down keys
MODE
MODE key
Cancel key
HOME
HOME key
Cursor (right/left/up/down arrow) keys
■ Optional keys
NOTE
The following optional keys can optionally be mounted in place of those shown in the figure of
the standard keyboard layout. For details, consult your dealer.
BACK
SPACE
81
92
13
92
TEXT
1
TEXT
99
%1
%9
1
9
CR1
CR9
TEXT
#
Back space key
CASH
TIP
MultipCash tip keylication key
Direct price lookup keys *1
NON-CASH
TIP
Non-cash tip key
Department keys *2
Text 1 through 99 keys
TIP
PAID
Tip paid key
NS
No-sale key
Percent 1 through 9 keys
#/TM
Non-add code/Date & time
display key
Discount 1 through 9 keys
CLERK
#
Clerk code entry key
Credit 1 through 9 keys
CASH
#
Cashier code entry key
Text number key
SCALE
Scale entry key
CA2
CA5
Cash total 2 through 5 keys
OPEN
TARE
Tare entry key
EX1
EX9
Foreign currency exchange
1 through 9 keys
RCPT
Receipt print key
RA1
RA2
Received-on-account 1 and 2 keys
RCP
SW
Receipt ON/OFF key
PO1
PO2
Paid-out 1 and 2 keys
HALF
PINT
Half pint key
AUTO
1
AUTO
99
Automatic sequencing
1 through 99 keys
DEPOSIT
Deposit key
CH1
CH5
Check 1 through 5 keys
DEPOSIT
RF
Deposit refund key
Refund key
DEPT
#
Department number key
AMT
Amount entry key
WITH
OUT
Without key
VAT
Value-added tax key
WITH
With key
RF
*1 The maximum number of direct PLU keys varies with the number of other keys set on the keyboard.
*2 The maximum number of department keys varies with the number of other keys set on the keyboard.
12
GUEST
#
Guest number entry key
DEL
Delete key
TRANS
OUT
Transfer out key
SLIP
Slip printer key
TRANS
IN
Transfer in key
VAT
SFT IT
Value-added tax shift by item key
Receipt shift key
BS
AMOUNT
Bill separation by amount key
Recall TOTAL STATUS key
AUTO
MENU3
RCP
SF
RECALL
GLU
VP
RTN
AUTO
MENU6
AUTO menu 3 through 6 keys
Validation print key
MGR
#
Manager code entry key
Return key
TIME
IN
Time in key
DIFFER
ST
Difference subtotal key
BREAK
Break in/out key
GC
COPY
Guest check copy key
POINT
REDEEM
Point redemption key
REPEAT
Repeat key
NAME&
ADDRESS
Name and Address key
VIP1
VIP3
VIP1 through 3 sale keys
ADVANCE
ORDER
Customer advance order key
CLK
1
CLK
10
Clerk entry 1 through 10 keys
CORRECT
ORDER
Correct order key
CASH
1
CASH
10
Cashier entry 1 through 10 keys
WORK
CHANGE
Working time shift change key
INT.
GLU
CHK
PRINT
Check print key
LEVEL
#
PLU level shift number key
E-MAIL
Intermediate GLU key
E-mail key
L1
L10
PLU level shift 1 through 10 keys
DISC
GROUP1
DISC
GROUP10
Group discount 1 through 10 keys
PRICE
SHIFT1
PRICE
SHIFT8
Price level shift 1 through 8 keys
CRATE
1
CRATE
99
Crate 1 through 99 keys
PLU
MENU8
PLU
MENU50
PLU menu 8 through 50 keys
VAT
SFT TR
Value-added tax shift by
transaction key
C_NEXT
Condiments next key
BS
ITEM
E.BILL
Entertainment bill key
BS
PERSON
S.SFT
Sort group shift key
FUNC
MENU1
Inquiry key
EMPL
#
Employee code entry key
CUST
Customer code entry key
TIME
OUT
Time out key
PRICE
CHANGE
EAN price change key
WASTE
WASTE mode key
CHARGE
Charge key
SEARCH
NAME
Search by name key
INQ
Bill separation by item key
Bill separation by person key
FUNC
MENU30
Function menu 1 through 30 keys
13
CUST
BILL
Customer bill key
BANK
CONSOLE
CREDIT
ORDER
Credit customer advance order key
DISC G.
SHIFT1
MASK
Mask key
CRATE
#
ITF
NOTE
14
Bank console key
DISC G.
SHIFT10
Discount group shift 1 through 10
keys
Crate number key
ITF key
Department keys ! through ) are shown as 1 through 9 in this manual.
■ Default key text on the display
Function keys can be set on the keyboard area of the display by assigning them to the h key and S
through 0 keys.
Note that the labels on the key tops in this manual may differ from the default texts of the displayed keys.
The default texts are as follows:
Key
0~9
º
‚
.
L
x
s
m
·
°
fl
‡
h
C
e
c
[
]
B
l
∂
=
N
S
o
s
y
Ú
ß
r
R
~
F
Default text
0 thru 9
00
000
•
CLEAR
X/QTY
SUB TOTAL
MODE
MORE
MORE
HOME
CANCEL
ENTER
CASH TOTAL
PAGE UP
PAGE DOWN
BACK SPACE
DELETE
DIFFER ST
# TIME
NS
SCALE
OPEN TARE
PLU EAN
GCCOPY
VP
SLIP
RCPT
RCPT SHIFT
VOID
REFUND
Key
®
g
ı
f
a
A
q
Q
`
[
v
w
ƒ~≈
G
]
\
B
^
_
`
’
”
˝
{
}
†
w
W
:
µ
J
è
‰
Default text
RETURN
GLU
NBAL
FINAL
RA
RA2
PO
PO2
AMOUNT
HALF PINT
VATSF ITEM
VATSF TRANS.
VIP1 thru VIP3
GUEST#
DEPO
DEPO REFUND
B.T.
B.S. ITEM
B.S. AMOUNT
B.S. PERSON
TRANS OUT
TRANS IN
G.C. RCPT
CASH TIP
NC TIP
TIP PAID
WITH
WITH OUT
CHECK PRINT
MGR#
EMPL#
REPEAT
RCP ON/OFF
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Key
“
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K
±
P
O
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Ù
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Î
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NOTE
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Default text
Key
Default text
TIME IN
<
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ä
⁄~A
>
>~B
Y~Z
Å~É
h~Ò
Ó~Œ
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W~X
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BANK CONSOL
TIME OUT
BREAK
SORTG SHIFT
WASTE
OPENED GLU
VAT
PRICE CHANGE
INQ
DEPT#
CUST
CUST CHARGE
POINT REDEMP
SEARCH NAME
ADVANC ORDER
CREDIT ORDER
MASK
WORK CHANGE
NAME ADD
ITF
CUST BILL
CORREC ORDER
C NEXT
E.BILL
RC-GLU
INTERMED.
You can change the default text in the PGM2 mode.
E-MAIL
LEVEL#
L1 thru L10
PRICE SHIFT#
P1 thru P8
GROUP DSF01 thru 10
CA2 thru CA5
CHECK thru CHECK5
CR1 thru CR9
EXCH1 thru 9
%1 thru %9
(-)1 thru (-)9
GROUP DISC01 thru 10
CLK#
CLK01 thru 10
CSR#
CSR1 thru 10
FUNC MENU01 thru 30
AUTO thru AUTO99
AUTO MENU1 thru 6
PLU MENU01 thru 50
TEXT#
TEXT01 thru 99
CRATE#
CRATE01 thru 99
Clerk Keys
This POS terminal allows the operator to use the following four clerk identification systems:
• Contactless clerk keys (max. 126 clerks)
• Clerk code entry (max. 255 clerks)
• Clerk entry keys (max. 10 clerks)
• WMF clerk keys (max. 127 clerks)*
* The WMF clerk key is not a SHARP product.
The standard POS terminal comes with a combination of the contactless clerk key and clerk code entry systems
by default. If you want to change the clerk identification system, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
Contactless clerk keys (optional)
Put one of the contactless clerk keys to the clerk switch.
Clerk code entry (1 through 9999)
Enter the clerk code by using the following procedure:
˚
XXXX
Clerk code
Clerk entry keys
Q
R
These keys identify clerks. Press any one of these keys.
WMF clerk keys
Put one of the WMF clerk keys in the WMF clerk switch.
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Display
■ Operator display (touch panel)
• Screen example 1 (REG mode)
Information area2
Scroll guidance/Cursor up key
Main display area
Keyboard area
Information area1
Numeric key data area
Time area
Common status area
Total and REG status display area/Cursor down key
Main display area
Shows sales information you have just entered.
Total and REG status display area
Shows the sales total.
Scroll guidance/Cursor up (down) keys
Shows the scroll guidance
to indicate you can scroll in the arrowed direction by using the cursor up/down
keys
/
when the transaction information occupies more than 8 lines.
Keyboard area
Shows the keyboard.
The press of a menu key such as the h key, function menu keys, PLU menu keys, etc. replaces the
currently displayed keys with the ones assigned to the menu key.
Information area1
Shows the following items:
Clerk name
: Shows the current clerk name (the current cashier name in case of the
clerk + cashier system).
Menu title
: Shows the current menu title.
Clerk code
: Shows the current clerk code (the current cashier code in case of the
clerk + cashier system).
Electronic mail indicator (M) : Appears when an electronic mail is received.
Item text
: Appears when an item is selected on the main display area or registered.
Modification status
: Shows the information such as “REFUND”, “RETURN”, etc. when the
corresponding key is pressed.
Information area2
Shows the GLU code during a GLU entry.
Time area
Shows the current time.
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Common status area
Shows the following items:
Price level shift indicator (P1-P8)
PLU level shift indicator (L01-L10)
Receipt shift indicator (r)
T-Log near full indicator ( )
: Shows the current PLU/EAN price level.
: Shows the current PLU level.
: Shows the receipt shift status.
: appears when the used memory is 80%.
: appears when the used memory is 90%.
: appears when the used memory is 95%.
Stock alarm indicator ( )
: Appears when the stock of the PLU which you entered is
zero, negative or reaches the minimum stock.
Electronic journal near full indicator ( ) : appears when the used memory is 80%.
: appears when the used memory is 90%.
: appears when the used memory is 95%.
VAT shift status indicator (V)
: Appears when the VAT status is shifted.
Receipt ON/OFF status indicator (R)
: Appears when the receipt ON-OFF function signs OFF.
Sentinel mark (X)
: Appears when the cash in drawer exceeds the programmed
sentinel amount.
The sentinel check is performed for the total cash in drawer.
VMP file full indicator (1, 2, or 3)
: When a VMP file used memory is 90% or more, its file
number is indicated.
Numeric key data area
Shows numeric data by numeric key entry.
• Screen example 2 (PGM mode)
Information area2
Scroll guidance/Page up key/Cursor up key
Main display area
Numeric key
area
Information area1
Numeric key data area
Time area
Common status area
Previous record key/Next record key/Item list key/Page down key/Cursor down key
Main display area
Shows programmable items.
Information area1
Shows the mode you are in, clerk name, electronic mail indicator (M) and clerk code. Refer to the REG
mode screen example for details.
Information area2
Shows the current job name like “READING”, “RESETTING”, etc.
Numeric key area
Shows the numeric keys.
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Time area/Numeric key data area/Scroll guidance/Cursor up (down) keys
Refer to the REG mode screen example.
Common status area
Shows the following indicators besides some of those introduced in the REG mode screen example:
Caps lock indicator (A/a)
: The upper-case letter “A” appears when caps lock is on,
and the lower-case letter “a” appears when caps lock is
off during text programming.
Double-size character mode indicator (W) : Appears when the double-size character mode is
selected during text programming.
Page up (down) keys (
/
)
Used to scroll the window to go to the next page or back to the previous page.
Next/Previous record key (
/
)
Used to go to the next record or back to the previous record.
Item list key (
)
Used to list programmable options. You can also toggle the options with the . key.
The display can be tilted back and forth to the best operational
viewing angle.
NOTE
Do not try to force the display beyond its full position.
■ Customer display (pop-up type)
■ Display adjustment (operator display)
You can adjust the contrast of the display in the “BRIGHTNESS” menu of the “TERMINAL” programming.
The backlight in the display is a consumable part.
When the LCD display may no longer be adjusted and becomes darker, you should replace the LCD unit.
Consult your authorized SHARP dealer for further details.
■ Screen save mode
When you want to save the electric power or save the display’s life, use the screen save function. This
function can turn the LCD backlight off when any server does not operate the POS terminal 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 go back to the normal mode, press any key.
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2 Selecting an Operating Mode
When you turn the POS terminal on and press the m key, the mode selection window will
appear on the display, listing available operating modes as shown below.
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 ten operating modes:
REG mode
This mode allows you to enter various sales information. The mode selection window does
OPXZ mode
This mode allows cashiers/clerks to take X or Z reports on their sales information. It can
not list this mode. To select this mode from the mode selection window, press the
C key.
also be used to manage the number of hours for which employees work.
OFF mode
This mode locks all the operations of the POS terminal. When you select this mode, the
window will disappear. Pressing any key turns the POS terminal “ON.”
X1/Z1 mode
This mode is used to take various daily total 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 of departments or PLUs and percentages.
PGM2 mode
This mode allows you to program those items which can be programmed in the PGM1
and do not require frequent changes such as date, time and functions.
AUTO KEY mode
This mode allows you to program AUTO menu keys and automatic sequencing keys.
SD CARD mode
This mode allows you to save and load the data of your POS terminal to and from an SD card.
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Mode Selection
Procedure
■ Selecting a mode
1.
2.
Use one of the following ways:
• Move the cursor to the desired option by using the · or °
key.
• Enter the desired option number by using a numeric key.
• Touch the desired option.
• Move the cursor to the desired option by touching the
or
key.
Press the e key.
NOTE
• You don’t need to press the e key when you selected the option
by touching.
• When you want to enter the REG mode, simply press the C key.
■ Returning to the mode selection window
To return to the mode selection window, use the following procedure:
Procedure
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1.
Press the m or C key with the menu screen for the selected
mode displayed.
• You will enter the REG mode.
2.
Press the m key.
• You will return to the mode selection window.
3 Receipts
Built-in Printer Sample Receipt
Consecutive no.
Machine no.
Clerk code
Time
Clerk name
Date
Item entry
Sales total
Cash amount tendered
Change due
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Receipt for Remote Printers (KP#1–KP#9)
■ Type of receipts
You can select one of the following 5 types of receipts for each remote printer. These types of receipts are
available in the REG or MGR mode. By default, the addition receipt type is selected.
• Addition receipt type
• Single/double receipt type
• Addition + single receipt type
• Double addition receipt type
• Double (addition + single) receipt type
NOTE
You can shift the printing mode of items for the receipt by pressing the R key before item entry
(Receipt Shift function).
• Single/double receipt type → Addition receipt type
• Addition receipt type
The addition receipt is a standard type. Several items can be printed on one receipt.
Addition 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.
• GLU entry is allowed.
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.
• The information on multiplication entry will be printed on a 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.
NOTE
The sort group number is temporarily changed by ± key (sort shift key).
→ n →
±
→ {PLU entry}
n : Group number (00 - 99)
Key operation
Example
Group 0
Group 1
Group 2
Group 1
1
2
s
3
4
c
The print format differs depending on the programmed receipt type as follows:
• Addition receipt type
Printed on KP
In case of single receipt
In case of double receipt
Perforation
This is printed when the transaction is finalized.
They are printed immediately after entering the PLU of group 00 or department.
Printed on the built-in printer
This is printed when you press
(After transaction receipt)
r or ˝ key after the transaction.
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• Addition + single receipt type
Printed on KP
Double receipt
This is printed immediately after entering
the PLU of group 00 or department.
Printed on the built-in printer
Single receipt
They are printed when the transaction is finalized.
This is printed when you press
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r or ˝ key after the transaction. (After transaction receipt)
4 Prior to Entries
Preparations for Entries
■ Receipt and journal paper rolls
If the receipt and journal paper rolls are not set in the machine or they are getting low, install new ones
according to section “Installing and Removing the Paper Roll” under “Operator Maintenance.”
■ Receipt ON/OFF function
You can disable receipt printing in the REG mode to save paper using the receipt function. To disable
receipt printing, press the ‰ key to select “OFF”. When the function is in the OFF status, the receipt off
indicator “R” is highlighted.
NOTE
Your register will print reports regardless of the receipt state. This means that the receipt roll
must be installed even when the receipt state is “OFF”.
■ Clerk assignment
Prior to any item entries, a clerk must enter his/her clerk codes into the POS terminal. On your POS
terminal, you have four systems to enter your clerk code. You can use any of the following systems to
assign your clerk code.
Contactless clerk key system (factory default)
This system allows clerks to be assinged by setting corresponding contactless clerk keys. Any registration
cannot be performed unless a contactless clerk key is set.
* The contactless clerk key is optional.
Clerk code entry system (factory default)
If you select this system, clerks can be assigned by entering his or her clerk code in advance.
To sign on:
(In case secret code is 0000)
Clerk code
To sign off:
˚
e
Secret code
˚
Clerk entry key system (factory default)
If you select this system, clerks can be assigned by pressing corresponding clerk keys on the keyboard.
To sign on:
(In case secret code is 0000)
Q through R
To sign off:
Secret code
e
˚
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WMF clerk key system (option)
If you need this system, please consult your authorized SHARP dealer.
* The WMF clerk key is not a SHARP product.
NOTE
NOTE
• Contactless clerk key system has the priority over the clerk code entry system, that is, while a
clerk is signed on by the clerk code entry system, the other clerk can sign on by the contactless
clerk key system (the former clerk is signed off).
• While a clerk is signed on by the contactless clerk key system, the other clerk can not sign on
by the clerk code entry system.
• In the clerk code entry system, if another clerk is signed on while a clerk is signed on, the latter
will automatically be signed off.
• If you want to enter a clerk code before every transaction, consult your authorized SHARP
dealer.
• Your POS terminal can provide the clerk + cashier system instead of current system (clerk only
system). If you want to change the system, please consult your authorized SHARP dealer.
Cashier assignment (Clerk + cashier system)
To sign on:
(In case of secret code is 0000)
CASH
#
Cashier code
CASH
1
To sign off:
through
Secret code
e
CASH
10
CASH
#
Error Warning
In the following examples, your POS terminal will go into an error state accompanied by a warning beep and
the error message on the display. Clear the error state by pressing the L key and take a proper action.
• When you exceed a 32-digit number (entry limit overflow):
Cancel the entry and reenter 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 pressing the L key and press a media key to finalize the transaction.
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Item Selection from the Menu
Your POS terminal allows you to select functions from a menu. For example, if you want to enter an item for
check 1 sale, press the Ç or 3 key to display the check menu and touch “CHECK1” on the keyboard
area instead of pressing the h key.
Each menu can be opened as follows:
• Cash menu (function menu 1 by default)
S
• Credit menu (function menu 2 by default)
ç
or
2
• Check menu (function menu 3 by default)
Ç
or
3
• Exchange menu (function menu 5 by default)
5
• Miscellaneous menu (function menu 6 by default)
6
• Crate menu (function menu 7 by default)
7
• Function menu *
4
8
0
• PLU menu *
A
B
• Auto menu *
W
X
NOTE
* The keys on these menus are shown as
examples.
You can set your choice of function keys on the
function menu, PLU keys on the PLU menu, and
automatic sequencing keys on the AUTO menu.
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Selling a PLU code 1 item and finalize through check 2
Example
▼
▼
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1.
Press the 1 key.
2.
Press the Ç key.
• The CHECK menu will appear on the keyboard area.
3.
Touch “CHECK2” on the keyboard area.
• The transaction will be finalized.
Starting Cash Memory Entry
If you enter an amount of change (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 OPXZ mode and perform the following operation:
Select SCM(+) or SCM(–)
Drawer is opened and
SCM entry menu is displayed.
XXXXXXXX
Amount
(max. 8 digits for each currency)
c
Example
1.
2.
3.
Select “04 SCM(+)” or “05 SCM(-)” in the OPXZ mode.
• The SCM entry menu is displayed.
Enter the amount for each domestic and foreign currency.
Press the c key.
• The SCM report is printed.
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5 Entries
REG MODE
Item Entries
■ Single item entries
Department entries (direct department entries)
Enter a unit price and press a department key. If you use a programmed unit price, press a department key
only.
Procedure
When using a programmed unit price
Unit price *
(max. 8 digits)
NOTE
Department key
*Less than the programmed upper limit amounts
When those departments for which the unit price has been programmed as zero (0) are entered,
only the sales quantity is added.
Department entries (indirect department entries)
Procedure
When using a programmed unit price
`
Unit price *
(max. 8 digits)
Example
à
Dept. code
(1-99)
*Less than the programmed upper
limit amounts
Display
Key operation
1200 6
7
8à
680 ` 5 à
c
PLU entries (indirect PLU entries)
Enter a PLU code and press the s key.
Procedure
NOTE
PLU code
s
When those PLUs for which the unit price has been programmed as zero (0) are entered, only
the sales quantity is added.
Subdepartment (open PLU) entries
Procedure
Unit price *
(max. 8 digits)
`
PLU code
s
*Less than the programmed upper limit amounts
PLU entries (direct PLU entries)
Procedure
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When using a programmed unit price
Unit price
(for subdept.)
Direct PLU key
*Less than the programmed upper limit amounts
Example
Display
Key operation
2s
1200 ` 16 s
8
c
EAN entries
Procedure
Scan EAN code
Ä
EAN code
(max.18 digits)
Example
* After an EAN entry, you may be requested to enter a unit
price with the display “UNDEFINED CODE” and beep
sound. In this case, enter the unit price and press the
key.
e
s
Display
Key operation
5012345678900 s
c
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■ Repeat entries
You can use this function for entering a sale of two or more the same items.
You can use the è key to repeat entry instead of department, à, direct PLU or s key.
Also, you can repeat item entry from a menu screen by pressing the è key.
Print
Key operation
Example
Repeated
department
entry (direct)
Repeated
department entry
(indirect)
Repeated PLU
entry
(indirect)
Repeated PLU
entry
(direct)
Repeated
subdepartment
entry
Repeated EAN
entry
Repeated
department entry
(direct) using the
repeat key
200 8
8
8
680 ` 5 à
à
10 s
s
s
3
3
500 `
60 s
s
5012345678900 s
s
600 2
è
è
c
■ 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)
When using a programmed unit price
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Q’ty
x
Unit price
Q’ty
x
Unit price
`
Direct PLU
PLU/subdept.entry
(preset/open and preset)
Direct PLU
Subdept.entry (open)
Normal method
When you use a programmed
unit price
Q'ty
x
Unit price
Department key
`
s
Unit price
PLU code
Unit price
Dept. code
Dept. entry (direct)
à
Dept. entry (indirect)
PLU entry (indirect)
Direct PLU
`
Unit price
PLU/subdept. entry (direct)
PLU code
s
Subdept. entry
Scan EAN code
EAN code
A thru B
Q’ty
x
Ä
s
Unit price
EAN entry
EAN entry
`
Item selection
PLU/subdept. entry
(preset/open and preset)
Item selection
Subdept. entry (open)
• After an EAN entry, you may be requested to enter a unit price with the display “UNDEFINED CODE” and beep
sound. In this case, enter the unit price and press the
key.
• 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
e
Example
Print
Key operation
7.5x
165 8
2x
250 `
5à
15 x
8s
8 . 25 x
I
3x
100 `
60 s
5x
5012345678900 s
A1.8x
Select PLU code 25
from the menu.
c
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■ 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 programmed
unit price
When you use a base q’ty
programmed for PLU code
x
Selling q’ty
Base q’ty
x
x
`
Unit price
Direct PLU
PLU/subdept. entry
(preset/open and preset)
Direct PLU
Subdept. entry (open)
When you use a base q’ty
programmed for PLU code
x
Selling q’ty
Base q’ty
x
Unit price
Normal method
When you use a base
q’ty programmed for
PLU code/EAN code
x
Selling q’ty
Base q’ty
x
When you use a programmed
unit price
Unit price
per base q’ty
Unit price
PLU code
Department key
`
s
Dept.code
Unit price
per base q’ty
Direct PLU
Unit price
per base q’ty
`
PLU code
à
s
Scan EAN code
EAN code
A
thru
B
Selling q’ty
x
Base q’ty
Ä
s
x
Unit price
per base q’ty
`
Item selection
PLU/subdept. entry
(preset/open and preset)
Item selection
Subdept. entry (open)
• After an EAN entry, you may be requested to enter a unit price with the display “UNDEFINED CODE” and beep
sound. In this case, enter the unit price and press the
key.
• Selling quantity: Up to four-digit integer + three-digit decimal
• Base quantity: Up to two digits (integer)
e
NOTE
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For actual use of this function, consult your authorized SHARP dealer.
Print
Key operation
Example
7 x 10 x
600 7
8x5x
35 s
5x6x
5045678912304 s
A3x5x
Select PLU code 50
from the menu.
c
■ Successive multiplication entries
This function is practical for example when you enter a sale of items sold by area (square meter).
Procedure
When you use a programmed
unit price
Length
x
Width
x
Unit price
Unit price
`
s
PLU code
Unit price
per m2
Unit price
per m2
Department key
Dept.code
à
Direct PLU
`
PLU code
s
Scan EAN code
Ä
EAN code
A thru B
Length
x
s
x
Width
Unit price
per m2
Item selection
• After an EAN entry, you may be requested to enter a unit price with the display “UNDEFINED CODE” and beep
sound. In this case, enter the unit price and press the
key.
• Length or width: up to seven digits (4-digit integer + 3-digit decimal)
• Unit price: less than a programmed upper limit
• Length x Width x Unit price: up to eight digits
e
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Example
Print
Key operation
3x4x
400 5
1.5x
2.5x
8s
1 . 75 x
1 . 75 x
600 `
3s
4x5x
50998876543202 s
A1.2x
1.2x
Select PLU code 50
from the menu.
c
■ Single item cash sale (SICS)/single item finalize (SIF) entries
The operation is the same as that for normal department/PLU/EAN entries. The SICS and SIF functions can
be available only when the KP 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,
subdepartments or EANs.
• The transaction is finalized and the drawer opens as soon as you press the department key, à key, s
key or the direct PLU key.
Example
250
For finishing
the transaction
NOTE
Print
Key operation
9
If an entry to a department, PLU/subdepartment or EAN set for SICS follows the ones to
departments, PLUs/subdepartments or EAN not set for SICS, it does not finalize and results in a
normal sale.
SIF entries
• If an entry to a department, PLU/subdepartment or EAN set for SIF follows the ones to departments,
PLUs/subdepartments or EANs 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.
Example
Key operation
1745 8
1500
For finishing
the transaction
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9
Print
■ 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 manual scale entries, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
Auto scale entries
Procedure
FF method
o
Tare weight
When you use a
programmed scale
table number.
Scale table number
S
Direct PLU
Normal method
When you use a programmed
unit price
o
Tare weight
Unit price
When you use a
programmed scale
table number.
Scale table number
A thru B
o
Department key
Unit price
`
PLU code
s
Dept.code
à
S
Unit price
Direct PLU
Unit price
`
Unit price
Item selection
PLU code
s
Tare weight
When you use a
programmed scale table no.
Scale table number
S
• Tare weight:
Up to 4 digits (integer + decimal)
• Scale table number: 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 S key is pressed, 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 press the S
key.
• To issue a receipt which shows only a tare weight, press o, enter a tare weight, then press
S and c.
• The currency descriptor is displayed/printed when it is programmed for the CHECK.
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Print
Key operation
Example
S8s
200 e
S0
c
Manual scale entries
Procedure
FF method
Gross weight
S
Direct PLU
Normal method
When you use a programmed
unit price
Unit price
Gross weight
Department key
Unit price
`
PLU code
s
Dept.code
à
S
A thru B
Gross weight
S
Unit price
Direct PLU
Unit price
`
Unit price
PLU code
s
Item selection
• Gross weight: Up to 5 digits (integer + decimal). When the tare weight is 0, enter a net weight.
NOTE
• The net weight is automatically calculated using the programmed tare weight.
• The currency descriptor is displayed/printed when it is programmed for the CHECK.
Example
Print
Key operation
9S0
c
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■ 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
Print
Key operation
Non-turnover sale
2700 8
200
c
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Special Entries for PLU/EAN
■ Promotion function
You have a choice of either global or individual type for promotion entry.
You also need to select a promotion type from the following:
Amount discount : discounts the programmed amount.
Percent discount : discounts the amount at the programmed percent rate.
Give free item
: offers the programmed objected item for free.
Cheaper item free : offers the cheaper ones of the objected items for free.
Selling price
: changes the total amount of the registered objected items to the programmed selling price.
NOTE
For EAN item entry, you cannot enter NON-PLU type EAN code and press code.
Global type
This function is convenient for matching several PLU/EAN items and selling them in a lump (e.g. value meal,
etc.). Operation is the same as for normal PLU/EAN. The promotion table consists of the text for the table, a
maximum of 25 objected items (selected from PLU/EAN, department or group), trip level (the number of
entries to be satisfied), promotion type and promotion detail. The promotion detail depends on the
promotion type. In the example below, amount discount is used as the promotion type.
The programmed promotion entry will be made under the following condition:
• The total quantity of the objected items meet the trip level programmed in the promotion type.
Objected items of table no. 1:
Trip level:
Promotion type:
Promotion detail:
Item-A (*2.30), Item-B (*3.10), Item-C (*2.50)
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Amount discount
Discount amount (1.00)
<Sale 1>
Item-A
Item-B
Item-C
Subtotal
Discount
Total
Example
*2.30
*3.10
*2.50
*7.90
-1.00
*6.90
<Sale 2>
Item-C
Item-C
Item-C
Subtotal
Discount
Total
*2.50
*2.50
*2.50
*7.50
-1.00
*6.50
In the case of <Sale 1> above
Print
Key operation
Treated as *2.30 item
Treated as *3.10 item
Treated as *2.50 item
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41
42
c
Promotion
discount
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Individual type
This function is convenient for matching several PLU/EAN items and selling them in a lump (e.g. value meal
etc.). Operation is the same as for normal PLU/EAN. The promotion table consists of the text for the table,
a maximum of 25 objected items (selected from PLU/EAN, department or group), trip levels (the number of
entries to be satisfied) for each item, promotion type and promotion detail. The promotion detail depends on
the promotion type. In the example below, percent discount is used as the promotion type.
The programmed promotion entry will be made under the following condition:
• The quantities of each of the objected items meet the corresponding trip levels programmed in the promotion table.
Objected items of table no. 2:
Trip levels for each item:
Promotion type:
Promotion detail:
Item-A (*3.00), Item-B (*2.50), Item-C (*2.10)
Item-A (1), Item-B (1), Item-C (2)
Percent discount
Percent rate (40.00%)
<Sale 1>
Item-A
Item-B
Item-C
Item-C
Subtotal
Discount
Total
Example
<Sale 2>
*3.00
*2.50
*2.10
*2.10
*9.70
-3.88
*5.82
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.)
In the case of <Sale 1> above
Print
Key operation
Treated as *3.00 item
Treated as *2.50 item
Treated as *2.10 item
Treated as *2.10 item
40
41
42
42
c
Promotion
discount
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■ PLU/EAN link entries
In case that you register a PLU or EAN that has any PLU linked with the PLU or EAN, the linked PLU(s) are
automatically registered together with the leading link PLU or EAN when it is registered. The print format on
the receipt depends on the programming (PRINT SELECT2 in OPTIONAL menu in PGM2 mode) as
described below.
Printing detailed information
The description texts and amounts of the leading link PLU/EAN and the linked PLUs are printed individually.
Example
(In case of link PLU)
Print
Key operation
a
c
Linked PLUs
Printing leading link PLU/EAN and total sales amount
The description text of the leading link PLU/EAN and the total sales amount of the leading link PLU/EAN
and the linked PLUs are printed.
Example
(In case of link PLU)
Print
Key operation
a
c
Total amount
NOTE
If a discount entry is made for a link PLU/EAN entry, the discount amount is calculated based on
the total sales amount. The discount itself is given to the leading link PLU/EAN.
■ EAN learning function
When you enter or scan an undefined code, you are required to enter its unit price and the associated
department. The code, associated department and unit price entered are stored in the EAN file or the
dynamic EAN file and used for future EAN sales entries.
NOTE
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• When there is no capacity remained in the file, the data is not stored in the file.
• For the text for the EAN code, the text of its associated department is applied.
• You can use the EAN learning function in the training mode. This may be convenient to
practice the scanning system.
Procedure
“UNDEFINED CODE” is displayed
with beep sounds and price input
window is displayed.
Scan an undifined EAN code
Ä
Undifined
EAN code
s
When the unit price is zero,
or in case of non-PLU type
EAN code having price info.
or press code.
e or c
Unit price
Dept. code input window
is displayed.
Delete method selection
window is displayed.
ec or à
Dept. code
C
*
Selection
of delete
method
To cancel the operation
* Select “1 AUTO DELETE” when you want to exempt the EAN code entered from the non-accessed EAN delete
function (deletion by selecting DELETE option from EAN DELETE menu in Z1 mode).
NOTE
For the repeat entry, use the è key.
Print
Key operation
Example
“UNDEFINED CODE” is
displayed.
5099887654302 s
750 c
5e
Select “1 AUTO DELETE”.
c
■ EAN/ITF-to-PLU conversion
EAN/ITF-to-PLU conversion allows you to convert an EAN/ITF code to a PLU code.
• Link an EAN/ITF code to a PLU code in the EAN/ITF-to-PLU converting table to use this function.
• Follow the same key procedure as for ordinary EAN entries.
• The item programmed in the converting table is registered as the linked PLU.
EAN-to-PLU conversion
Use this function to sell the same type of item marked with different EAN codes such as packs of cigarettes
(They have different EAN codes in some countries because of different package designs).
Example
EAN code 4901234567894 linked to PLU code 19
EAN code 4901234500013 linked to PLU code 19
Print
Key operation
4901234567894 s
4901234500013 s
c
Registered as
PLU code19
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ITF-to-PLU conversion
ITF (Interleaved Two of Five) is a standard distribution code usually printed on corrugated cardboard boxes.
Use this function to sell packaged items marked with ITF codes.
Example
ITF code 1234567890123456 linked to PLU code 19
ITF code 1234567890000001 linked to PLU code 19
Print
Key operation
1234567890123456 i
1234567890000001 i
Registered as
PLU code19
c
■ PLU/EAN information inquiry (view) function
This function displays the information data such as the unit price and food ingredients of a PLU/EAN item
(view mode).
You can also print the information data to show to your customer.
Procedure
Ù
Price/PLU
level shift
Numeric entry
(Q'ty
)
x
Refund/Return entry
Scan EAN code
* 1 The message
“Information 1 YES 2 NO” appears.
Ä
EAN code
PLU code
*2
L
s
*3
`
s
*4
(MGR mode)
Unit price
Direct PLU key
`
*5
r
*1:
*2:
*3:
*4:
Select “1 YES” to display the information data on the screen.
Press the
keys to cancel the view mode.
Press the
key to register the displayed PLU/EAN item.
You can change the unit price temporarily in the MGR mode. The unit price programmed in the PGM mode
is not changed. You need to make a manager code entry to enter the MGR mode before the transaction.
*2-4: Press the
key first when the information data is being displayed on the screen.
*5: Press the
key to print the information data. This is available only when the information data is being
displayed.
L
`
C
r
NOTE
For the repeat entry, use the è key.
Example
Print
Key operation
Ù
a
Select “1 YES”.
r
C
L
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■ EAN price change function
NOTE
To use this function, consult your dealer.
You can use this function when you need to change the unit price or associated department of an EAN item
in REG/MGR mode.
There are two methods for change:
1. Price change mode
You can change the preset price and/or the associated department of an EAN item without entering PGM
mode.
2. Changing price during a transaction
When you has found a wrong EAN price and/or associated department upon transaction, you can correct
them at the time of transaction. With the entry of new price and/or associated department, the preset
price and/or associated department is automatically changed to the new price and/or associated
department.
NOTE
For the Non-PLU type EAN codes having price info. and press codes, the prices in the codes
have the priority over the preset prices. So, for these codes, a changed price is valid only when
price change is executed.
Procedure
Price change mode
Scan EAN code
Price entry window is displayed.
Ä
Ê
EAN code
s
Ê
To keep the price
To change the unit price only
*
Department key
Unit price
To change the associated dept.
directly by depressing the
corresponding key
C
e or c
To cancel the mode
*
à e or c
Dept code
To change the associated dept.
using the dept. code entry key
Changing price during a transaction
Scan EAN code
Price entry window is displayed.
Ä
EAN code
s
To keep the price
Ê
Ê
To change the unit price only
*
Unit price
C
To cancel
To change the associated dept.
directly by depressing the
corresponding key
Department key
e or c
*
Dept code
à e or c
To change the associated dept.
using the dept. code entry key
*: Associated department can be changed only when the totalizer of the item is “0”.
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Example
Price change mode
Print
Key operation
Ê
5087654321106 s
600 Ê
Example
Changing a price during a transaction
Print
Key operation
5087654321106 s
Ê
600 Ê
c
NOTE
• When an undefined code is entered in the price change mode, the register goes to an error
status.
• When you press the Ê key during a transaction, the EAN entry is voided of the 1st depression
of the Ê key, then you are allowed to enter a correct price and/or associated department.
• When an associated department is changed, the item label for the department will be also
changed automatically to the item label of new associated department.
• For the repeat entry, use the è key.
■ Combo meal PLU/EAN entries
Operation is the same as that for normal PLU/EAN entries.
When a Combo meal PLU/EAN is entered, the labels of those PLUs tied to the Combo PLU/EAN are printed
automatically. The sum of all adjusted prices (of those PLUs tied to the Combo PLU) becomes the “combo”
price setting.
Example
Print
Key operation
w
c
NOTE
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When combo meal is registered, q’ty totalizer of the combo PLU/EAN and amount totalizer of
each tied PLU are updated.
■ With/without entries
A maximum of 10 tied PLUs of the Combo PLU can be modified (added or deleted) temporarily by using W
and w keys.
With:
To add a PLU to the combo PLU/EAN.
Without: To delete a linked PLU from the combo PLU/EAN.
Procedure
Scan Combo EAN code
To enter the next PLU code to be added
With:
PLU code
to be added
w
Ä
s
Combo EAN code
Combo PLU code
Direct PLU
(To be added)
Without:
Direct PLU
Tied PLU code
to be deleted
W
s
s
(Combo PLU)
s
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.
Print
Key operation
Example
w 17 s
W 16 s
12 s
c
■ PLU Menu entries
When using a programmed
unit price
Procedure
A thru B
`
*Unit price
Item selection
PLU/subdept. entry
(preset/open and preset)
Item selection
Subdept. entry (open)
*Less than the programmed upper limit amounts
NOTE
To exit the menu screen, press the h key.
Display
Key operation
Example
[
A
Select PLU code 15
from the menu window.
]
c
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■ PLU level shift (for direct PLUs)
This shift can add to 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 number key ä or the PLU level
shift keys ⁄ thru A.
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 pressing a direct PLU
key or finalizing each transaction.
** The lock shift mode holds the current PLU level until depression of a PLU level shift key.
Automatic return mode (for PLU levels)
If your terminal has been programmed for PLU level in the automatic return mode, press a desired PLU
level shift key before a numeric entry.
Procedure
(Returning every item entry)
n:PLU shift no.
ä
⁄ through A
n
Numeric entry
(Q’ty,
x)
Direct PLU
Return to level 1
(Returning every transaction)
ä
⁄ through A
n
NOTE
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Numeric entry
(Q’ty,
)
x
Direct PLU
(Finalization)
When you use the FF method, you need not press the x key for multiplication entries.
Lock shift mode (for PLU levels)
If your terminal has been programmed for PLU level in the lock shift mode, press a desired PLU level shift
key before a numeric entry.
Procedure
ä
⁄ through A
n
NOTE
Numeric entry
(Q’ty,
Direct PLU
Stay in the current level
x)
When you use the FF method, you need not press the x key for multiplication entries.
Level 1 : PLU code 1, PLU code 2
Level 2 : PLU code 70, PLU code 65
• When your POS terminal has been programmed for the automatic return mode (by one item):
Example
Print
Key operation
1
2ä1
2
c
• When your POS terminal has been programmed for the lock shift mode:
Print
Key operation
1ä1
2ä1
2
c
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■ Price level shift
Eight different price levels can be programmed for each PLU/EAN.
The price levels can be changed for PLU/EAN registrations.
You can shift the PLU/EAN price level (level 1 thru 8) by utilizing the price level shift number key > or the
price shift keys > thru B.
You must program a price level shift mode (i.e. automatic return mode* or lock shift mode**) and the
operating modes to be used for the price level shift (i.e. both REG and MGR modes or MGR mode alone).
* The automatic return mode automatically shifts the PLU/EAN price level back to level 1 after a PLU/EAN
shift entry. You can select whether the 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/EAN price level until pressing a price level shift key.
Automatic return mode (for price shifts)
If your terminal has been programmed for PLU/EAN price level in the automatic return mode, press a
desired price level shift key before a numeric entry.
Procedure
(each item)
n: Price shift level no.
>
> through B
n
Numeric entry
PLU code
x etc.)
Direct PLU
(Q’ty,
EAN code
Ä
s
Return to
the default
price level
(start level)
for the clerk
s
(each transaction)
> through B
n
>
Numeric entry
PLU code
x etc.)
Direct PLU
(Q’ty,
n: Price shift level no.
EAN code
Ä
NOTE
s
[Payment]
s
When you use the FF method, you need not press the x key for multiplication entries.
Lock shift mode (for price shifts)
If your terminal has been programmed for PLU/EAN price level in the lock shift mode, press a desired price
level shift key before a numeric entry.
Procedure
To shift the price level of another PLU/EAN
> through B
n
>
Numeric entry
PLU code
x etc.)
Direct PLU
(Q’ty,
n: Price shift level no.
EAN code
Ä
NOTE
54
s
Stay in the current
price level
s
When you use the FF method, you need not press the x key for multiplication entries.
PLU price level 1: PLU code 1 (@1.91), PLU code 2 (@0.79)
PLU price level 2: PLU code 1 (@2.00), PLU code 2 (@0.99)
• When your POS terminal has been programmed for the automatic return mode (by one item):
Example
Print
Key operation
1
2>1
2
c
• When your POS terminal has been programmed for the lock shift mode:
Print
Key operation
1>1
2>1
2
c
■ Condiment entries (for PLU)
Your POS terminal may be programmed for prompting condiment and preparatory instructions for a menuitem PLU.
Example:
When you enter a menu-item PLU, a prompting message such as “HOWCOOK?” appears on the
information area with the “Following PLUs” on the keyboard area. 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,” touch it on the keyboard area. Then the next message
“POTATO?” will appear on the information area to prompt you to specify one of “P.CHIPS,” “MASHED.P,”
and “BAKED.P.” If the guest chooses “MASHED.P”, select it. Then press the c 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)
(HOWCOOK?)
23
(RARE 0.00)
25
(MED.RARE 0.00)
27
(WELLDONE 0.00)
(POTATO?)
33
(P. CHIPS 0.60)
37
(MASHED.P 0.60)
38
(BAKED.P 0.50)
Message text
Next table no.
4
PLUs
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Example
Display
Key operation
21
Touch “RARE”
on the keyboard.
Touch “MASHED.P”
on the keyboard.
c
▼
▼
NOTE
56
• When the condiment entry is programmed to be compulsory, 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 the condiment entry is programmed to be non-compulsory, entering a normal PLU
cancels the condiment entry.
• When the n key is pressed, the entry skips to the next table which is programmed.
• When you enter a PLU priced at “0.00,” only the text will be printed on the receipt.
• No refund entry is possible for any condiment entries. When you perform a refund entry with a
menu-item PLU, the condiment PLUs assigned to the menu-item PLU are automatically
registered as a refund entry.
• You may omit the compulsory condiment entry by pressing the C key.
• The last entered menu-item PLU or condiment PLU can be voided by the direct (last item) void
function.
• The cursor or touching 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.
• You can press the > key to shift a price level during the condiment PLU entry.
■ 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, press the [ key and enter an item assigned a PLU/EAN 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
[
Direct PLU
PLU entry (direct)
Normal method
[
PLU code
s
PLU entry (indirect)
Direct PLU
PLU entry (direct)
Scan EAN code
Ä
s
EAN code
A thru B
Example
EAN entry
EAN entry
Item selection
PLU entry (menu)
Print
Key operation
[2x1
[2
c
■ Happy hour
If the date/time range is programmed for each happy hour, 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 level before the time range:
You can progarm “Happy hour price shift: YES/NO” for each clerk.
The following exmaples show that 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM are programmed for price level 2.
Example
• Between 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM
Display
Key operation
1
c
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• Excepting the time range from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Display
Key operation
1
c
■ Crate entries
Using the C or H thru I key, you can sell bottles of drinks in a crate (A crate is a box for transporting
and storing drink bottles). To use this function, you need to program the following items in the PGM2 mode:
• Crate table no.
• Crate PLU/EAN and its preset price
• Number of bottles to pack into the crate
• PLU/EANs in the bottles (max. 10 PLU/EANs) and their price level
• Price of the crate table
• Combination function: Yes (combination entries) / No (single entries)
• Crate table text
There are two types of crate entries as shown below.
Single entries
Use this type of entry to sell a crate of one kind of drink.
Example
Crate table no.:
Number of bottles:
Price of the crate table:
Crate table text:
1
12
9.80
CRATE01
Crate PLU/EAN:
PLU/EAN in the bottles:
Combination function:
PLU code 13 (preset price: 0.20)
PLU code 14 (price level: 1)
No
Print
Key operation
1C
r
c
The preset price of the PLU code 14 is 1.20, but it is ignored in the calculation of the amount registered. See
the following formula:
• The amount registered = the price of the crate table + the price of the crate PLU/EAN
In the above example, the registered amount (10.00) = 9.80 + 0.20
NOTE
58
The entry of the PLU/EAN in the bottles only (PLU code 14 in the above example) is allowed.
Combination entries
Use this type of entry to sell a crate of several kinds of drinks.
Example
Crate table no.:
Number of bottles:
Price of the crate table:
Crate table text:
2
6
5.50
CRATE02
Crate PLU/EAN:
PLU code 9 (preset price: 0.20)
PLU/EANs in the bottles: PLU code 10, 11, 12 (price level: 1)
Combination function:
Yes
Print
Key operation
(PLU/EANs in the bottles need to be
entered until the quantity reaches the
specified number of bottles.)
2C
0
0
q
q
q
w
c
The preset prices of the PLU codes 10, 11, and 12 are ignored. The formula for the amount registered is the
same as that of single entries.
NOTE
• The entry of the PLU/EANs in the bottles only (PLU codes 10, 11, 12 in the above example) is
allowed.
• If open price entry is preset for the PLU/EANs in the bottles, the setting is ignored.
• When you want to make a multiplication entry, the quantity must be an integer and no more
than the number of bottles specified in the crate table.
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Display of Subtotals
Your POS terminal provides the following types of subtotals:
■ Subtotal
Press the s key at any point during a transaction. The sales subtotal including tax will appear in the
display.
■ Difference subtotal (Differ ST)
Press the ∂ key at any point during a transaction. When you press it first, the subtotal of all entries which
have been made is displayed and printed. If you press 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 press the ∂ key.
Example
Print
Key operation
1
2
∂
3
c
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Finalization of Transaction
■ Cash or check tendering
Press the s key to get an including-tax subtotal, enter the amount tendered by your customer, then press
the c or Å through É key if it is a cash tender or press the h through Ò 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.
Example
Normal method
Print
Key operation
s
1000 c
Check tendering
Print
Key operation
s
1000 h
NOTE
You can also enter a cash or check tender from the cash or check menu window. Press the Ç
or S key and select a pertinent cash or check number and enter the amount.
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■ Mixed tendering (check + cash)
Example
Print
Key operation
s
1000 h
500 c
■ Cash or check sale that does not need any tender entry
Enter items and press the c or Å through É key if it is a cash sale or press the h through Ò key if it
is a check sale. Your POS terminal will display the total sales amount.
Example
Print
Key operation
6
10 s
c
In the case of check sale
■ Credit sale
Enter items and press the corresponding credit keys (Ó through Œ ).
Example
Print
Key operation
6
7
Ó
NOTE
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• Amount tendering operations (i.e. change calculations) can be achieved by the Ó through Œ
key when a PGM2 mode programming allows them.
• You can also enter a credit tender from the credit menu window. Press the ç or 2 key and
select a pertinent credit number and enter the amount.
■ Mixed-tender sale (cash or check tendering + credit tendering)
Example
Print
Key operation
s
950 c
Ô
NOTE
Press the h through Ò keys or the Ó through Œ keys in place of the c 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
s
z
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 z key is pressed just after the s key.
Manual VAT 1 system (Manual entry method for subtotals that uses VAT 1 preset percentages)
Procedure
To use a programmed rate
s
VAT rate
z
This system enables the VAT calculation for the then subtotal. This calculation is performed using the VAT 1
preset percentages when the z key is pressed just after the s 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
s
z
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 z
key is pressed just after the s 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.
Print
Key operation
Example
(When the manual
VAT 1 through 6
system is selected)
8
s
z
c
■ 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.
There are two types of VAT shift entries: VAT shift by transaction and by item.
VAT shift by transaction enables the VAT shift function to be in effect during a transaction. Press the Z
(w) key to enter the VAT shift mode at the start of transaction. You can also perform this function by
assigning the clerk to operate in the VAT shift status (PERSONNEL-CLERK programming).
VAT shift by item is valid only for one item. Press the v key just before the item entry.
In case of VAT shift by transaction
Example
(When the automatic
VAT 1 through 6 system
is selected)
NOTE
Print
Key operation
Z
8
c
• If you want to achieve the VAT shift at the end of transaction, contact your authorized SHARP
dealer.
• To program the initial status of the POS terminal to be in the VAT shift mode (Initial VAT
SHIFT), please contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
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Guest Check (GLU)
■ Guest look up (GLU) system
New guest
Procedure
For automatic GLU
code generation
In case no. of guest entry is disabled
GLU code
(1 to 9999.9)
*6
Guest no. (max. 2 digits)
©
[Item entries]
*1
f
ı
√
*2
*2
XXXXXX
*4
a or A
[Payment operation]
(Cash, Check, Credit, Exchange)
*3 When paid in full.(settlement)
To cancel the opened GLU display, press the
NOTE
˝
ß
*
√
*4
5
C key.
• A clerk must has been registered before starting GLU entry in case the clerk system or the
clerk + cashier system is selected.
• The GLU code refers to a code that will be used whenever the guest check must be accessed
for re-ordering or final payment.
• Your POS terminal can be programmed GLU codes in a sequential fashion (automatic GLU
code generation). If your POS terminal has not been programmed to do so, each GLU code
can be entered manually.
• When you open the guest check (ex. #2) during operating another guest check (ex. #1), the
previous guest check (#1) is closed automatically by NBAL function. (If "clerk# compulsory" is
selected in function selection programming, you must finish the current guest check first for
making another guest check.)
*1 This is the optional function. (Temporary finalization)
You can temporarily finalize a guest check by pressing the f 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 After entering items, press the ı key or remove the optional real clerk key (contactless clerk key or
WMF clerk key) to temporaily close the check. The tax is not calculated.
*3 The tax is calculated and is added to the tax totalizer.
*4 In case the copy receipt function is enabled, ˝ and ß key operations can be repeated only once.
*5 Validation printing operation can be repeated once by default. You can set the number of VP operations
between 0 to 9.
*6 To correct the number of guests, re-enter a number and press the G key.
Example
Display
Key operation
1001 g
2
3
ı
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Additional ordering
Procedure
Opened GLU codes are displayed
[Select the GLU code]
OPENED
GLU
e
In case no. of guest entry is disabled
Guest no.
(max. 2 digits)
©
GLU code
f
ı
G
[Item entries]
√
XXXXXX
a or A
[Payment operation]
(Cash, Check, Credit, Exchange)
When paid in full.(settlement)
Display
Key operation
Example
˝
ß
√
1001 g
7
c
■ 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 pressing the \ key. You cannot attempt to refund an amount larger
than the deposit balance.
Procedure
Deposit amount
(max. 8 digits)
]
\
h through Ò
c, Å through É
Ó through Œ
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Display
Key operation
Example
1001 g
5000 ]
c
ı
Display
Key operation
Example
O 1001 e
5000 \
c
ı
■ 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.
When all open GLU codes of
the active clerk are transferred.
Procedure
O
’
Select the
GLU code
XXXX
GLU code
g
’
For the next guest check
Example
Print
Key operation
’
1001 g
’
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Transferring guest checks in
When the second clerk is assigned to be responsible for guest checks that have been transferred out:
When all guest checks which are transferred
out from a clerk are transferred.
Clerk code
Procedure
˚
O
”
Select the
GLU code
XXXX
GLU code
g
”
For the next guest check
Example
Print
Key operation
”
1001 g
”
■ 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
Bill on the slip (auto feed)
XX
No. of lines
of slip feed
Bill on the receipt
NOTE
ß
˝
• This function is available immediately after the finalization of transaction.
• If the copy function is allowed, you can print the bill copy on slip and receipt only once. If you
need the bill copy, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
Example
Print
Key operation
˝
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■ Intermediate GLU reading
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
*GLU code
b
e
RECEIPT
OUTPUT
SLIP
*You can display open GLU codes by pressing the
NOTE
e
e
s key.
• This function is available after finishing the guest check entry.
• If the intermediate GLU finalization check is set to compulsory (INTERMEDIATE FINAL is set to
DISABLE in FUNC. PROHIBIT), a guest check cannot make settlement without printing the GLU
using the intermediate GLU reading function (temporarily finalization by the f or ı key is available.)
Print
Key operation
Example
b
Enter a GLU code.
e
Select “RCPT”.
e
■ 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
O
[Select the GLU code]
#1
GLU code
(1 to 9999.9)
NOTE
Adding the total amount of the
previous bill to that of the new bill
g
#2
GLU code
(1 to 9999.9)
B
ı (Without receipt printing)
g
[Payment operation]
• #1 bill and #2 bills are merged into one bill. The GLU code on the merged bill is determined by
the last entered #2 bill. A maximum of 5 bills is available for #2.
• The GLU 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.”
Display
Key operation
Example
1002 g
1003
B
g
ı
Bill transfer
This function is used to change the GLU code of a particular bill.
Procedure
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O
[Select the GLU code]
#1
GLU code
(1 to 9999.9)
g
B
#2
New GLU code
(1 to 9999.9)
g
ı (Without receipt printing)
NOTE
• This function requires that the current GLU code be entered for #1 and a new GLU code be
entered for #2.
• A #1 bill is transferred to a #2 bill. The #1 bill is then cleared and set free.
Display
Key operation
Example
1001 g
B
1002 g
ı
■ 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.
There are three types of the bill separating functions: bill separating by item, amount and person.
Bill separating by item
Procedure
O
[Select the GLU code]
GLU code
(Original GLU code)
Information registered for the original
GLU code is displayed in the original window.
g
To select another item
To enter total q’ty
*
the item to
[ Touch
]
be separated.
b (^)
fl
or touch the screen.
(To return to the original window)
[ Payment
operation ]
e
Numeric entry
(Q’ty)
To end
The selected item is moved
to the receiving window.
* You can also select the item by moving the cursor. In this case, press the
b ( ^)
ı
· key first to display the cursor.
Bill separating by amount
O
[
Select the
GLU code
]
GLU code
(Original GLU code)
C (To cancel the BS operation)
g
_
Amount entry
e
Payment operation
To end
ı
The amount entry box is displayed.
fl
or touch the screen.
(To pay the remaining amount or part of it)
Bill separating by person
O
[
Select the
GLU code
]
GLU code
(Original GLU code)
g
C (To cancel the BS operation)
No. of guest entry
Payment operation
`
e
The number of guests
fl or touch the screen.
entry box is displayed.
(Payment by the remaining guests)
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Bill separating by item
Example
Display
Key operation
1002 g
b
▼
Touch the item to be
separated.
▼
2e
▼
c
▼
fl
ı
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Bill separating by amount
Example
Display
Key operation
1003 g
_
▼
2000 e
▼
c
▼
fl
ı
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Bill separating by person
Example
Display
Key operation
1004 g
`
▼
3e
▼
c
▼
fl
c
▼
fl
c
NOTE
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• The items which are refunded or discounted can not be separated.
• You cannot specify the quantity of an item for selection when the stored quantity has decimal
fraction.
• When no item is yet selected, the B.S. mode is automatically terminated by pressing the ı
key or removing the clerk key.
• After performing the BS by amount operation for a bill, you can not execute the BS by item or
bill totalizing operation for the bill.
■ Transaction migration
This POS terminal allows you to migrate the transaction of non-GLU type to the GLU file.
Procedure
For automatic GLU
code generation
©
GLU code
(1 to 9999.9)
[Item entries]
No. of guest
G
[Item entries]
(max. 2 digits)
f
ı
√
XXXXXX
a or A
[Payment operation]
(Cash, Check, Credit, Exchange)
˝
ß
√
When paid in full. (Settlement)
Display
Key operation
Example
1
1005 ©
2
ı
NOTE
The transaction migration can be operated before payment operation was made.
■ Recall GLU
When the f key is treated as the total status key (that is, FINAL key functions as a cash key), you can
recall GLUs finalized by the f key by pressing the Ü key to make additional item entries and realize the
settlement other than cash.
Procedure
Ü
GLU code
(1 to 9999.9)
(finalized by the FINAL key)
ı
f
√
[Item entries]
XXXXXX
a or A
[Payment operation]
˝
ß
√
(Cash, Check, Credit, Exchange)
When paid in full. (Settlement)
Example
Display
Key operation
1010 Ü
1
f
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Ordering Systems
■ Customer advance ordering
Perform this function to register a customer advance order.
An ordering number is assigned to each customer advance order. Every time a new customer advance
order is registered, an incremented ordering number is assigned to the order. If the order is finalized or
canceled, the once-assigned ordering number will never be used again.
New/additional ordering
Procedure
Additional ordering (direct key entries)
Ordering number
E
*4
New or additional ordering
(menu-based entries)
E
Select an order record from the list
for an additional order.
Select “NEW” for
a new order.
*1 A
list of the registered advance
orders appears on the screen.
*2
Select a date.
A list of dates
appears on the
screen.
*3
In case no. of guest entry is
disabled
Specify an order time.
*5
No. of guests
(max. 2 digits)
*6
Sales registration
The time input box appears
on the screen.
U
Correcting date, time and tour no.
*1: The ordering numbers sorted by date and time are displayed in the list. You can also sort them by date and
tour no. or date only. For details, please consult your authorized SHARP dealer.
*2: Choose a purchase order date for the new order.
*3: Specify a time by entering a one-to-two or three-to-four-digit number. A one-to-two-digit number is interpreted as
hour, a three-to-four-digit number as hour and minute.
*4: To void an order record, select a record by cursor, then press the
key. The message “ARE YOU SURE?
1 YES 2 NO” appears. Select “1 YES” to void it.
*5: To correct the number of guests, re-enter a number and press the
key.
*6: To cancel the registration, press the
key. The message “CANCEL REG.? 1 YES 2 NO” appears. Select
“1 YES” to cancel it.
v
C
NOTE
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G
• New advanced orders must be temporarily closed with the ı or f key. When the purchase
order date comes, finalize them by cash, check or credit tendering.
• The purchase order date must be within 100 days from the current date.
• You can finalize an order before the purchase order date. In this case, the message “DATE
NOT REACHE 1 YES 2 NO” appears. Select “YES” to finalize it.
Example
Display
Key operation
E
Select “NEW”.
▼
Select “MO 27/10/2008”.
▼
1430 e
▼
2300 6
ı
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■ Credit customer advance ordering
Perform this function to register a credit customer advance order. Unlike a customer advance order, a credit
customer advance order contains the following two numbers: customer number and customer related
consecutive number.
The customer number is six digits and the customer related consecutive number is 1 to 10 by default. They
can be changed to five digits and 1 to 99 respectively by programming. To program the setting, please
consult your authorized SHARP dealer.
The customer related consecutive number is incremented every time a credit customer advance order is registered.
New/additional ordering
Procedure
New or additional ordering (menu-based entries)
*4
F
Select an order record from the list for an additional order.
Select “NEW” for
a new order.
*1
A list of the registered credit
advance orders appears on the screen.
*2
The customer no.
input box appears
on the screen.
*3
Select a date.
A list of dates
appears on the
screen.
Customer
number
In case no. of guest
entry is disabled
*5
*6
No. of guests
(max. 2 digits)
Specify an
order time.
The time input box appears
on the screen.
Sales registration
U
Correcting date, time and tour no.
New or addtional ordering (direct key entries)
*4
Customer number
F
Select an order record from the list for an additional order.
Select “NEW” for
a new order.
*1
A list of the registered credit
advance orders appears on the screen.
*2
Select a date.
A list of dates
appears on the
screen.
*3
In case no. of guest
entry is disabled
*5
No. of guests
(max. 2 digits)
Specify an
order time.
The time input box appears
on the screen.
*6
Sales registration
U
Correcting date, time and tour no.
* You need to register a new ordering by the menu-based method before performing direct key entries.
*1: The customer numbers and customer related consecutive numbers sorted by date and time are displayed in
the list. You can also sort them by date and tour no. or date only. For details, please consult your authorized
SHARP dealer.
*2: Choose a purchase order date for the new order.
*3: Specify a time by entering a one-to-two or three-to-four-digit number. A one-to-two-digit number is interpreted
as hour, a three-to-four-digit number as hour and minute.
*4: To void an order record, select a record by cursor, then press the
key. The message “ARE YOU SURE?
1 YES 2 NO” appears. Select ”1 YES” to void it.
*5: To correct the number of guests, re-enter a number and press the
key.
*6: To cancel the registration, press the
key. The message “CANCEL REG.? 1 YES 2 NO” appears. Select
“1 YES” to cancel it.
v
C
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G
NOTE
• New credit customer advanced orders must be temporarily closed with the ı or f key.
When the purchase order date comes, finalize them by credit tendering.
• The purchase order date must be within 100 days from the current date.
• You can finalize an order before the purchase order date. In this case, the message “DATE
NOT REACHE 1 YES 2 NO” appears. Select “1 YES” to finalize it.
Example
Display
Key operation
F
Select “NEW”.
▼
1e
▼
Select “WE 29/10/2008”.
▼
1830 e
▼
3500 2
ı
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■ Article order masks
NOTE
To use this function, please consult your SHARP authorized dealer.
Article order masks are basically the data entry forms of orders to be sent from the POS terminal to the
headquarters. They are also used for the forms of merchandise returns, inventories, delivery notes, etc.
There are two types of article order masks: order masks and universal masks. You can create up to 25
masks (mask no 1 to 25) in total. The first five of them are used for order masks and the rest are used for
universal masks.
Order masks
Order masks are mainly used to send orders to the headquarters. Mask no. 1 to 5 are reserved for order
masks.
In an order mask, you can program orders the number of deliveries a day. One delivery is called “TOUR”.
For example, 100 sandwiches are delivered at 6 a.m. as TOUR1, 200 sandwiches at 11 a.m. as TOUR2
and 50 sandwiches at 3 p.m. as TOUR3.
The mask data (article codes, texts and order proposals) are downloaded to the POS terminal from the back
office. On the POS terminal, you open the mask data, confirm the order proposals and enter the quantities
for the articles. The mask data is uploaded online using a computer.
Universal masks
Universal masks enable you to send information such as merchandise returns, inventories, etc. to the
headquarters. Mask no. 6 to 25 are reserved for universal masks.
The mask data (article codes and texts) are downloaded to the POS terminal from the headquarters. On the
POS terminal, you enter information such as the quantities of returns, inventories, etc. into the mask data.
The mask data is uploaded online using a computer.
One of the universal masks can also be utilized as branch-to-branch stock transfer. To use this function, you
need to specify the mask no. to be used as stock transfer in the PGM2 mode.
Procedure
Order masks/Universal masks
Direct entries
m
Data entry
XX
* Mask number
* 01-05 for order masks, 06-25 for universal masks
Menu selection entries
m
Menu selection
Data entry
The selection menu “MASK” is displayed.
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Auxiliary Entries
■ Percent calculations (premium or discount)
• Your POS terminal provides percent calculations for a subtotal or each item entry depending on the
programming.
• Percentage: 0.01 to 99.99%
Percent calculation for a subtotal
Print
Key operation
Example
3
5
5
s
¡
c
(When a discount of
10% is programmed
for the ¡ key.)
Percent calculation for item entries
Print
Key operation
Example
(When a premium of
15% is programmed
for the ™ key.)
6
™
30 s
7.5™
c
■ 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 depending on the programming.
Discount for a subtotal
Example
Print
Key operation
6
70 s
s
100 @
c
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Discount for item entries
Example
Print
Key operation
7s
75 !
c
■ Refund entries
For a refund entry, press the F key just before you press a department key, à key, direct PLU key or s
key or just before you scan an EAN code. The operation before pressing the F key is the same as the
one of normal operation. For example, if a refund item is the one entered into a department, enter the
amount of the refund, then press the F key and the corresponding department key in this order; if an item
entered into a PLU is returned, enter the corresponding PLU code, then press the F and s keys; and if a
refund item is the one entered into an EAN, press the F key and scan the EAN code.
Example
Key operation
Print
F3
7x
7Fs
300 `
1Fà
250 `
4Fs
c
■ Return entries
For a return entry, press the ® key just before you press a department key, à key, direct PLU key or s
key or just before you scan an EAN code. The operation before pressing the ® key is the same as the
one of normal operation. For example, if a return item is the one entered into a department, enter the
amount of the return, then press the ® key and the corresponding department key in this order; if an item
entered into a PLU is returned, enter the corresponding PLU code, then press the ® and s keys; and if a
returned item is the one entered into an EAN, press the ® key and scan the EAN code.
Example
Key operation
5
®4
7x
7®s
300 `
1®à
250 `
4®s
c
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Print
■ 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 press the = key at any point during the entry of a sale. Your POS terminal will print at once.
Example
Print
Key operation
1230 =
1
Ô
■ Printing of free text
Free text programmed in the PGM mode can be printed out by entering the corresponding text code and
pressing the t key or by pressing a corresponding direct text key. You can describe your item together
with departments and PLUs.
Procedure
Before item entry
Q’ty
Q’ty
x
Dept. entry
PLU/subdept. entry
EAN entry
t
Text code
(1 to 99)
Direct text keys
After item entry
Dept. entry
PLU/subdept. entry
EAN entry
Q’ty
Q’ty
Example
x
Text code
(1 to 99)
t
e
Direct text keys
In case of before item entry
Print
Key operation
F1
2t2
c
NOTE
• You can void the free text by cursor or touching void operation.
• You can enter free texts before item entry by default. If you want to enter free texts after item
entry, please contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
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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
{
Non-cash tip entry
Tip amount
Example
}
Key operation
1001 g
300 {
300 c
1500 h
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Print
■ Currency exchange
Your POS terminal allows payment entries in foreign currency. Pressing the , through + key creates a
subtotal in foreign currency. Cash alone can be handled after currency exchange.
For additional payment in foreign currency
Procedure
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 exchange rate
,
Amount
tendered
(max. 8 digits)
+
c
Å through É
h through Ò
Ó through Œ
Next registration or
payment in
domestic currency
L
Reentry
*Preset rate: 0.0000 to 9999.999999
NOTE
• When the amount tendered is short, its equivalent in deficit is shown in domestic currency.
• You can also enter a foreign currency tender from the exchange menu window. Press the 5
key and select a pertinent exchange number and enter the amount.
• Change amount will be displayed in domestic currency.
• Availability of credit and cheque tendering depends on the programming. (Only for the
exchange 1 )
Example
Preset exchange rate (1.550220) :EX1
Key operation
Currency
exchange
Amount
tendered in
foreign currency
Print
6
7
,
12000 c
Currency description text
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 pressed simply out of transaction, the foreign currency drawer
is opened, and no sale counter will counted one up.
,
+
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■ Received-on-account entries
To receive a received-on-account (RA), you can select either of cash only system or mixed tendering
system. Select the cash only system when you receive RA by cash only. In the mixed tendering system,
you can receive RA by cash, check or credit. In either system, you cannot receive RA in foreign currency.
When you want to use the cash only system, contact with your authorized SHARP dealer.
Mixed tendering system
Procedure
RA amount
(max. 8 digits)
To correct (overwrite)
RA amount
a or A
or
~
To cancel
RA operation
Discount rate
¡ through ª
Discount amount
! through (
Amount
tendered
c
c, Å through É
h through Ò
Ó through Œ *
When split or mixed tendering is made
NOTE
* Of the Ó through Œ keys, you may use only the one that is programmed to be capable of
entering amounts tendered.
Example
Key operation
12345 =
4800 a
4000 h
800 c
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Print
Cash only system
Procedure
RA amount
(max. 8 digits)
a or A
Print
Key operation
Example
12345 =
4800 a
■ Paid-out entries
To make a paid-out (PO) entry, you can select either of cash only system or mixed tendering system. Select
the cash only system when you make a payment by cash only. In the mixed tendering system, you can
make a payment by cash, check or credit. In either system, you must a PO entry only in a transaction.
When you want to use the cash only system, contact with your authorized SHARP dealer.
Mixed tendering system
Procedure
For the next PO
q or Q
c, Å through É
h through Ò
Ó through Œ *
Amount
(max. 8 digits)
q or Q
To cancel
NOTE
* Of the Ó through Œ keys, you may use only the one that is programmed to be capable of
entering amounts tendered.
Example
Print
Key operation
6789 =
q
3000 c
q
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Cash only system
Procedure
Amount
(max. 8 digits)
Example
q or Q
Key operation
Print
6789 =
2500 q
■ No-sale (exchange)
Simply press the N key without any entry. The drawer will open and the printer will print “NO SALE” on
both the journal and the receipt. If you let your machine print a non-add code number before pressing the
N key, a no sale entry is achieved with a non-add code number printed.
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■ 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)
NOTE
h through Ò
Ó through Œ
• The h through J keys are assigned to the Ç or 3 key by default.
• The Ó through Œ keys are assigned to the ç or 2 key by default.
Example
Key operation
2000 h
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Print
■ Cashing a check
NOTE
To use this function, please consult your authorized SHARP dealer, while you cannot use this
function together with the cash transferring function.
Procedure
Check
amount
h through Ò
Print
Key operation
Example
6789 =
3000 h
■ 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
Print
Key operation
2
3
s
c
■ 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
ƒ
[Item entries]
≈
Example
*Less than the programmed upper limit amount
Key operation
Unit price
programmed for
PLU1: 1.15
Unit price
programmed for
PLU2: 15.00
c
Print
ƒ
1
3x2
c
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Customer Management
Your POS terminal can provide the customer management function.
To enable the customer management function, enter the customer code assigned to a customer. You can
enter the customer code at any point during a transaction.
Normally customer information (name, code and address) are previously set by the programming. However,
you can enter a new customer information during transaction. When an undefined customer code is
entered, the message, “UNDEFINED CODE” is displayed, then you can enter the customer's name and
address, which are saved in the customer file.
For the customer registered, you can defer his/her payment. Take the tentative finalization using the Î
key. The sales amount is accumulated to the charge amount of each customer. When the customer settles
his/her charge account take the received-on account entry.
Procedure
G
Customer record search by name
*Scan customer code
Ä
ˆ
Customer code
(max.13 digits)
Name entry
(max.16 characters)
H
e
e or c
Sales registration
**
Address entry
(max.40 characters)
e or c
***
Name and address printing on receipt/bill
*: Scanning the customer code on a Customer Card provided to the customer, or EAN-13 format bar code.
Additionally the customer code can be read by the optional magnet card reader.
**: When a code entered for the customer entry does not exist in the customer file, "UNDEFINED CODE" is
displayed for a moment with beep sounds. Then the NAME entry window is displayed to prompt the operator
to enter a customer's name.
***: The ADDRESS entry window is displayed.
NOTE
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• The customer code entry is inhibited after the payment operation.
• When a wrong code is registered, take the following procedure to cancel it.
If no item has been entered, press the c key.
If the item entry has been made, perform the subtotal void operation.
■ Basic operations
Example
Display
Key operation
ˆ
0800000000075 e
2
c
• To enter a new customer code in the REG/MGR-mode
Key operation
Print
680 1
ˆ
0800000001232 e
name5e
addr5e
c
• When you allow the customer to defer the payment;
Key operation
Print
ˆ
0800000000075 e
5370 6
Î
• When the customer settles his/her charge account or partial payment is done;
Print
Key operation
ˆ
0800000000075 e
3000 a
c
The remainder of the charge account
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■ Customer record search by name
This function allows you to search the customer file by name for customer records. This function is available
prior to/during a transaction.
Procedure
To cancel the operation
To cancel the operation
C
*1
ˆ
*2
G
C
Name entry
(max. 16 characters)
The customer code
input box is displayed.
e or c
The name input box is displayed.
Select a name by
cursor or touching.
Sales registration
The search results
are listed in the alphabetical order.
*1: To search by code, enter a customer code.
*2: You don’t need to enter the whole name. The POS terminal searches for the names that partially match the
inputted character(s).
NOTE
• When a wrong code is registered, take the following procedure to cancel it.
If no item has been entered, press the c key.
If the item entry has been made, perform the subtotal void operation.
Example
Display
Key operation
ˆ
G
▼
Enter “N”.
(Names beginning with “N” are
listed on the screen.)
▼
Select “NAME3”.
2500 1
Î
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■ Name and address printing on receipt/bill
NOTE
To use this function, please consult your SHARP authorized dealer.
This function allows you to print on the receipt or bill a name and address saved in the name and address
file. The data of the name and address file can be created on your computer and transferred to the POS
terminal via online communications or optional SD card.
This function is available in the following situations:
• Press the H key during a transaction.
• Press the H key in the name input box for a new customer entry.
• After the press of a media key programmed to make name and address entries compulsory
Procedure
After the press of a
media key programmed to
require name and
address entries
*2
To cancel the operation
To cancel the operation
C
C
*1
H
The search results are listed in the alphabetical order.
Name entry
(max. 16 characters)
e or c
The name input box is displayed.
Name entry
(max. 16 characters)
e or c
Select a name by
cursor or touching.
Select “--- ENTRY ---”.
To enter a new
name and address
Address entry
(max. 40 characters)
e or c
Sales registration
Sales registration
*1: You don’t have to enter the whole name. The POS terminal searches for the names that partially match the
inputted character(s).
*2: If the name and address file is not installed in the POS terminal, only “--- ENTRY ---” is displayed.
Example
Display
Key operation
3800 1
H
▼
Enter a name.
(In this example, “E” is entered.)
e
▼
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(Names are listed.)
Select a name.
e
▼
200 2
c
▼
The selected name and address
are printed on the receipt.
■ Customer bill printing
This function prints the data of customer transactions finalized with the Î key.
Enter a customer code for which you want to print the transaction data. The range of data to be printed can
be specified by date. You can also choose to clear or keep the printed data.
Procedure
Scan customer code
Ä
I
Customer code
(max. 13 digits)
Enter “0” to print
the end date only.
e or c
Enter the start date.
The customer code
input box is displayed.
e or c
If “DISABLE” is programmed
for customer bill deletion
e or c
Select the output.
Select “1 YES” or “2 NO”.
Bill is printed.
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Enter the
end date.
Print
Key operation
Example
I
6e
221008 e
251008 e
Select “RCPT”.
Select “1 YES”.
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
J
NOTE
XXXXXXXXXX
Employee code
(max. 10 digits)
XXXX
Secret code
(max. 4 digits)
e
In the case of “Contactless clerk key system,” sign-on cannot be done by this procedure.
• Manager sign-on
Reading an employee card
J
XXXXXXXXXX
Employee code
(max. 10 digits)
XXXX
Secret code
(max. 4 digits)
e
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■ 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
Employee code
(max. 10 digitis)
XXXXXXXXXX
• Time-in
Select the
“REG” mode
e
Secret code
XXXX
Reading an
employee card
“
e
When location entry is inhibited
When the default
location is selected
Clerk code
XXXX
Select a job location
When clerk code “0” is entered
e
Drawer no. entry
(In case drawer no. entry is compulsory)
Select a working time shift
(In case the working time
shift function is enabled)
Employee code
(max. 10 digitis)
XXXXXXXXXX
• Time-out
Select the
“REG” mode
‘
Reading an
employee card
e
Secret code
XXXX
Employee code
(max. 10 digitis)
XXXXXXXXXX
• Break-in or break-out
Select the
“REG” mode
K
e
e
Reading an
employee card
Secret code
XXXX
e
In case of break-in
In case of break-out
Select a job location
When the default job location is selected
When location entry is inhibited
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• You can select a job location and drawer no. by using the . key
• The POS terminal allows a clerk to sign-on or off without checking the clerk’s time-in or out.
Example
Display
Key operation
“
Employee code
1e
▼
Secret code
1375 e
▼
Select a location no.
(Use the . key to select the
option.
You can also use the s key
to display the options list.)
▼
Clerk code
e
▼
Select a working time shift.
▼
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Select a drawer no.
(Use the . key to select the
option.
You can also use the s key
to display the options list.)
▼
Time-edit operation
A manager can edit employee’s time-in/out data to record his or her time correctly.
Select the
“OPXZ” mode
3 EMPLOYEE
Employee code
(max. 10 digits)
XXXXXXXXXX
Reading an
employee card
c
e
1 TIME EDIT
XX
Manager code
XXXX
Manager
secret code
When editing today's data
XXXXXX
Date
Select “YES” to complete the editing.
Select “NO” to return to the time-edit window.
The message “ARE YOU SURE?” will appear.
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e
e
Time-edit window
will appear and
then edit the time data.
e
■ Employee’s working time shift
This function enables you to control the employees’ working time shifts. Working time shifts of a day are
divided into a maximum of nine.
You can also use this function to control CCD entries, forcing the employees to make those entries at
this operation (CCD per shift).
Example
In case you require the employees to make CCD entries at the working time shift
operation and programmed the following working time shifts:
6:00 - 9:00
9:00 - 11:00
11:00 - 14:00
14:00 - 16:00
16:00 - 19:00
19:00 - 23:00
:
:
:
:
:
:
MORNING01
MORNING02
LUNCH
AFTERNOON
EVENING
NIGHT
(SHIFT1)
(SHIFT2)
(SHIFT3)
(SHIFT4)
(SHIFT5)
(SHIFT6)
In this example, SHIFT7 to 9 are not used.
Press the ; key to move the current shift to
the next one.
When the shift reaches the last one (SHIFT6 in
this example), it returns to the SHIFT1.
Display
Key operation
;
Make the CCD entry.
▼
c
Select “1 YES”.
NOTE
• To use this function, the employee must assign their working time shift at the time-in operation.
• The employee can make operations only at the assigned working time shift.
• If you program the POS terminal to require a CCD entry at the working time shift operation, the
CCD entry window is displayed as shown above.
• You can also program the POS terminal to allow the employee to make a CCD entry anytime
after the working time shift operation. In this case, the message “CCD IS NOT DONE” appears
to remind you to complete the CCD entry if the employee makes a time-out operation without
completing the CCD entry when the woking time is shifted.
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Customer Relation Management
■ Discount groups
This function is useful in dividing all the sales items into groups and making discount/markup entries based
on the rates and other settings programmed for each of the divided groups.
To use this function, press a group discount key (L to a) after department or PLU/EAN entries.
Pressing a discount group shift key (Y to Z) before the group discount key displays the discountable
subtotal for the corresponding group.
Example
PLU code 40 and 41: discount group 1
PLU code 50 and 51: discount group 2
Print
Key operation
Discountable subtotal for the
discount group 1 is displayed.
/
!
)
Q
Y
s
L
M
c
M applied to the discount group 2
L applied to the discount group 1
Discount group shift
You can also shift the discount group to a different group during a transaction.
Press a discount group shift key (Y to Z) before department or PLU/EAN entries.
Example
PLU code 40: discount group 1
Print
Key operation
O
/
N
c
The discount group 1 is shifted to the
discount group 3.
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■ Bonus points
Customers can get redeemable bonus points for their purchases. There are the following two types of bonus points:
• Bonus points to be given for purchasing specified PLU/EANs.
• Bonus points to be given for purchasing more than the specified amount.
For the former type, the number of bonus points to be given can be programmed in the PLU/EAN article programming.
For the latter type, it can be programmed in the bonus point table.
In the bonus point table, you can also program the discount amount redeemable for the programmed
number of bonus points.
Example
<Bonus point table>
Amount1 (1.00)
Amount2 (2.00)
Amount3 (5.00)
Amount4 (10.00)
1 point
2 points
5 points
10 points
PLU code 1
2 points
Print
Key operation
1
2
c
Redemption of bonus points
Customers can redeem their accumulated bonus points for discounts.
Press the p key at any time before payment operation.
Example
Redeemed points: 10
Redeemed amount: 1.00
Key operation
Print
1
p
10 e
c
c
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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
P
P
[Item registration]
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 pressing the P key, the mode caption “WASTE” is
displayed.
Example
Print
Key operation
P
0
q
P
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TRAINING Mode
The training mode is used when the operator or the manager practices POS terminal operations.
NOTE
In case “clerk and cashier system” is applied to your POS terminal, cashiers can enter to the
training mode.
When a clerk/cashier set in training is selected, the POS terminal automatically enters the training mode,
while a clerk/cashier 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/cashiers can be programmed.
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/cashier 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/cashiers is printed on the clerk/cashier reports. However, the
sales total of training clerks/cashiers is not included in the clerk/cashier total on the full clerk/cashier report.
Print
Key operation
Selecting the
clerk set in
training
5
3x
3
c
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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
press the ˚ 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.
• When the supervisor clerk and the original clerk are entered, the operation in OPXZ, X1/Z1,
X2/Z2, PGM1, or PGM2 mode is inhibited.
To open an existing guest check
Procedure
Inserting a supervisor
clerk key
Clerk code
(4 digits)
˚
When working outside guest check
or opening a new guest check
Example
• When opening a new guest check (GLU code 1010) with this function:
Key operation
Display
Inserting a supervisor clerk key
(Clerk#12)
1˚
1010 g
1
ı
NOTE
If it is programmed to display the clerk popup window (“CLERK POPUP” in FUNC.SELECT2
menu), you can start the operation from a GLU code entry. After you press the g key, the
popup window will open for a clerk# entry.
• When receiving payment for the order stored in the GLU code 1010:
Key operation
Inserting a supervisor clerk
(Clerk#12)
1010 g
c
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Display
Overlapped Clerk Entry
This function allows you 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 available only in the clerk entry system.
• 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” and the related clerk are displayed.
Example
Clerk 1:
Clerk 2:
Clerk 2:
Clerk 1:
Entry started
Clerk change (1 to 2), interrupt initiated
Transaction finished
Clerk change (2 to 1), entry restarted
Display
Key operation
Clerk 1 is assigned.
(Clerk key 1 is
inserted.)
Clerk 2 is assigned.
(Clerk key 2 is
inserted.)
Clerk 1 is assigned.
(Clerk key 1 is
inserted.)
1
3
3
3x
2
c
1
3
c
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6 Correction
REG MODE
MGR MODE
Correction of the Last Entry (Direct Void)
If you make an incorrect entry relating to a department, PLU/subdepartment, EAN, percentage (¡ through
ª), discount (! through (), item refund, or tip, you can void this entry by pressing the ~ key
immediately.
Example
Display
Key operation
1250 6
~
2s
~
5012345678900 s
~
600 8
™
~
328 9
28 !
~
250 F 6
~
c
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Correction of the Next-to-Last or Earlier Entries (Indirect Void)
If you find an incorrect entry before finalizing the transaction (e.g. before pressing the c key), you can void
the entry by the cursor operation or the key sequence operation.
Indirect void by cursor/touching operation
You can void department, PLU/subdepartment, EAN, item refund, amount discount/premium and percent
entries.
Press the · key first to display the cursor, then move it to the item to be voided with the · and ° keys. You can
also select the item by touching it on the screen. After selecting the item by cursor or touching, press the ~ key.
When you want to void two or more items, enter the quantity to be voided in the quantity entry box.
Indirect void by key sequence operation
You can void department, PLU/subdepartment, EAN and item refund.
Press the ~ key just before you press a department key, à key, direct PLU key or s key or just before
you scan an EAN code. For the refund indirect void, press the ~ key after you press the F key.
Example
(Indirect void by cursor operation)
Display
Key operation
1310 6
3x7
10 s
Move the cursor to
the desired item.
~
2e
c
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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
Subtotal void
Display
1
6
10 s
s
~
s
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.
2.
3.
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If you are making the amount tendered entry, finalize the transaction.
Make correct entries from the beginning.
Hand the incorrect receipt to your manager for its cancellation.
7 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), press the r key for receipting. Your POS terminal can also print a copy
receipt whether the receipt ON-OFF function is in the “ON” or “OFF” status. If you want to make a copy,
please consult your authorized SHARP dealer.
NOTE
To toggle the receipt ON-OFF status, use the following procedure:
• Press the ‰ key to open the “RCP SW.” window.
Example
Printing a receipt after making the entries shown below with the receipt ON-OFF function
“OFF” status
Print
Key operation
2
3x
1
c
Print on the
journal
For receipting→ r
Print on the
receipt
“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.
Press the y key and make a desired entry.
Procedure
y
Item entries
Finalization
ß
To print on
the slip paper
NOTE
r
When the receipt
“OFF” status
• 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.
Print
Key operation
Example
y
10 x 1
c
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. Press the √ 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. Enter the manager mode.
2.
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C
√
Barcode Printing
This function is used to print a barcode which encodes the total amount of the sales or the amounts of each
department sales. The transaction must be finalized with the Å key. For details, please contact your
authorized SHARP dealer.
Example
Print
Key operation
1
2
Å
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Entertainment Bill
This function is used to print sales data on guest checks (Entertainment bill) on a receipt printer.
Procedure
E.BILL
Print sample
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8 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, use the following procedure in the REG mode:
The secret code entry box will appear.
Procedure
When “0” is programmed for the secret code
XX
Manager code
XXXX
Secret code
µ
e
Display
Example
The manager code is stored in the manager file in advance.
If the code is not found in this file, an error occurs.
If the code is correct, the POS terminal enters the manager
mode.
Override Entries
Programmed limits (such as maximum amounts) for functions can be overridden 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.
Print
Key operation
2
REG-mode entries
To enter the
manager mode
Return to the REG
mode.
{
250 @
{
1245 e
250 @
L
1
••••••
Error
µ
c
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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
Example
Assignment of
a clerk
†
Print
Key operation
(The clerk key for clerk#2 is inserted.)
†
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
Bill number
Example
˝
~
ß
Print on the journal
Key operation
5
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~
˝
Correction after Finalizing a Transaction
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 press the µ key, then enter the secret code if applicable.
Press the ~ 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
NOTE
Cancellation receipt
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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9 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.
• In the OPXZ mode, a clerk and/or cashier can take his or her report.
• If you want to stop the printing report, press the C key. Even if the printing is stopped, the
consecutive number (and Z counter if you are printing a Z report) is increased by one.
NOTE
Only when “clerk + cashier system” is applied to your machine, you can take both of Clerk and
Cashier reports.
■ How to take an X1/Z1 or X2/Z2 report
[To take an 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 a report title listed in the table shown later. When you select an item with parentheses on the
opening screen, you can jump to the pertinent report title(s).
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 a report title 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. After the report has been taken, the message “RESET OK?” will appear.
Select one of the following actions:
• Select “YES” to reset the sales information.
• Select “NO” to save the sales information.
■ Flash report
You can take flash reports (display only) in the X1 mode for department sales, cash in drawer (CID) and
sales total at the point you take the report
1. Select “3 FLASH MODE” in the X1/Z1 mode menu window to display the items list.
2. Select “DEPT. SALES” to take a flash report of department sales, “CID” to take a flash report of cash
in drawer, or “SALES TOTAL” to take a flash report of sales total.
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Report type
Description
Operating modes
Data to be entered
OPXZ X1/Z1 X2/Z2
GENERAL
General report
-
Department by group report
-
X1,Z1 X2,Z2
<DEPARTMENT>
DEPT. /GROUP
X1
X2
Department code
(The range can be specified by
entering start and end codes.)
DEPT. IND. GROUP
Individual department group report
-
X1
X2
DEPT. GROUP TOTAL
Department group total report
-
X1
X2
PLU/EAN sales report by
-
Department group no. (1 to 17)
<PLU>
PLU
X1,Z1 X2,Z2 PLU/EAN code
specified range
(The range can be specified by
entering start and end codes.)
PLU PICKUP
PLU/EAN pickup report
-
COMBO SALES
Combo sales report
-
X1,Z1 X2,Z2 *1
X1
X2
PLU code
(The range can be specified by
entering start and end codes.)
COMBO PICKUP
Combo sales pickup report
-
PLU BY DEPT.
PLU/EAN report by associated dept.
-
PLU IND. GROUP
PLU/EAN individual group report
-
X1
X2
PLU GROUP TOTAL
PLU/EAN group total report
-
X1
X2
PLU STOCK
PLU/EAN stock report
-
X1
-
X1
X2
*1
X1,Z1 X2,Z2 Department code
PLU/EAN group no.
PLU/EAN code
(The range can be specified by
entering start and end codes.)
PLU STOCK PICKUP
PLU/EAN stock pickup report
-
X1
-
PLU TOP 20
PLU/EAN top 20 sales report by
-
X1
X2
-
X1
X2
PLU/EAN zero sales report
-
X1
X2
All PLU/EAN codes
PLU/EAN zero sales report by
-
X1
X2
Department code
-
X1
-
*1
sales amount
PLU/EAN top 20 sales report by
sales quantity
PLU ZERO SALES
associated dept.
PLU MINIMUM STOCK
PLU/EAN minimum stock report
PLU/EAN code
(The range can be specified by
entering start and end codes.)
PLU PRICE CATEGORY PLU/EAN sales report by price
-
X1
X2
PLU/EAN hourly group report
-
X1,Z1
-
TRANSACTION
Transaction report
-
X1
X2
TL-ID
Total-in-drawer report
-
X1
X2
COMMISSION SALES
Commission sales report
-
X1
X2
TAX
Tax report
-
X1
X2
CHIEF
Chief report
-
X1
-
PLU/EAN price category
category
PLU HOURLY GROUP
<TRANSACTION>
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Report type
Description
Operating modes
Data to be entered
OPXZ X1/Z1 X2/Z2
<PERSONNEL>
ALL CLERK
All clerk report
IND. CLERK
Individual clerk report
ALL CASHIER
All cashier report
IND. CASHIER
Individual cashier report
EMPLOYEE
Employee report
-
X1,Z1 X2,Z2
X,Z
X1,Z1 X2,Z2
-
X1,Z1 X2,Z2 Only for the clerk + cashier system
X,Z
X1,Z1 X2,Z2 Only for the clerk + cashier system
-
-
X2,Z2 Employee code
(The range can be specified by
entering start and end codes.)
EMP. ADJUSTMENT
Employee time adjustment report
-
-
X2
Employee code
(The range can be specified by
entering start and end codes.)
EMP. ACTIVE STATUS
Employee active status report
-
-
X2
Employee code
(The range can be specified by
entering start and end codes.)
EMP. OVER TIME
Employee over time report
-
-
X2,Z2 Employee code
(The range can be specified by
entering start and end codes.)
<OTHERS>
HOURLY
Hourly report (by specified range)
-
X1
-
Hourly report (all)
-
X1,Z1
-
DAILY NET
Daily net report
-
-
X2,Z2
LABOR COST%
Labor cost % report
-
X1
-
GLU
GLU report
-
X1,Z1
-
For an individual time range
GLU code
(The range can be specified by
entering start and end codes.)
GLU BY CLERK
GLU report by clerk
-
X1,Z1
-
BALANCE
Balance report
-
X1
X2
BILL
Bill report
-
X1,Z1
-
CUSTOMER SALES
Customer sales report
-
-
X2
Customer code
(The range can be specified by
entering start and end codes.)
CUSTOMER SALES 1
Customer sales report 1
-
-
Z2
(Only details)
Customer code
(The range can be specified by
entering start and end codes.)
CUSTOMER SALES 2
Customer sales report 2
-
-
Z2
(Detail/amount & total)
Customer code
(The range can be specified by
entering start and end codes.)
CUSTOMER BY AMT
Customer sales report by
-
-
X2
-
-
X2
-
-
Customer sales range
specified sales range
CHARGE ACCOUNT
Customer charge account report
(Customer no payment report)
CUSTOMER
Customer ordering report
X2,Z2 Customer ordering code
ORDERING
(The range can be specified by
entering start and end codes.)
STACKED REPORT
Stacked report 1
-
X1,Z1 X2,Z2
Stacked report 2
E. JOURNAL
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Electronic journal
X,Z
X1,Z1
-
NOTE
*1: You can pick up PLU/EAN codes for issuing the report. You can pick up new PLU/EAN
codes or the codes that were picked up the last time. To pick up new codes, select “1 NEW
PICKING”, and follow the procedure show below to pick up new codes. To pick up the codes
that were picked up last time, select “2 LAST PICKING”.
Follow the following procedure for picking up PLU/EAN codes.
To pick up another code
To pick up new codes
1 NEW PICKING
c or e
PLU/EAN code
(PLU code: max. 5digits)
(EAN code: max. 13digits)
e
c or e
Ä
Scanning EAN code
1 DISPLAY
c or e
2 REPORT PRINTER
To pick up the codes that were picked up the last time
2 LAST PICKING
c e
1 DISPLAY
or
c or e
2 REPORT PRINTER
* The following reports relating to PLU/EAN is issued in the sequence of PLUs and EANs.
PLU, PLU BY DEPT, PLU IND. GROUP, PLU ZERO SALES, PLU STOCK, PLU MINIMUM STOCK and
PLU PRICE CATEGORY
Also the EAN codes are printed in the sequence shown below.
EAN-13
EAN-8
UPC-A
UPC-E
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Compulsory Cash/Check Declaration (CCD)
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
In case CCD by clerk/cashier (in “Clerk only system”) is applied to your machine:
• Compulsive when individual clerk resetting is taken.
In case CCD by clerk/cashier (in “Clerk + Cashier system”) is applied to your machine*:
• Compulsive when individual cashier resetting is taken.
In case CCD by terminal (CCD at the end of the day) is applied to your machine:
• Compulsive when general resetting is taken.
In case CCD per shift (CCD per each working time shift) is applied to your machine:
NOTE
• You can not make a CCD entry at the already-CCD-completed shift.
• You can not make any sales registration at the already-CCD-completed shift.
• You need to complete CCD entries at all of the programmed working time shifts before taking a
general Z1 report.
• Compulsive when “CCD SHIFT ENTRY” is selected in the OPXZ mode.
• Compulsive when general resetting is taken with CCD of the last working time shift uncompleted.
• Compulsive at the working time shift operation.*
* You can also allow the employee to make the CCD entry after the working time shift operation by
programming.
NOTE
Compulsory cash/check declaration is available in the above four types. You can choose either
of these. Contact your authorized SHARP dealer for details.
Key operation
• Individual clerk/cashier Z report
OPXZ mode
1 IND.CLERK
e
2 RESETTING
e
2 IND.CASHIER
X1/Z1 mode
7 IND.CLERK
e
2 RESETTING
e
9 IND.CASHIER
CCD entry menu*
c
1 YES
2 NO
e
e
Enter the q’ty and amount of
“CASH”, “CHECK” and “EXCH1”
through “EXCH9”.
• General Z report
X1/Z1 mode
2 RESETTING
e
1 GENERAL
* If you make a wrong entry, enter
the wrong quantity and amount
key, and
again, press the
then make a correct entry.
~
e
• CCD SHIFT ENTRY
OPXZ mode
6 CCD SHIFT ENTRY
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e
Selection of working time shift
e
10 Non-accessed EAN and
Customer Deletion
X1/Z1 MODE
X2/Z2 MODE
You can delete EANs and customers that had not been accessed for a certain period. You can
program a period in the PGM2 mode. As for customer, you can also delete customers with
regardless to a non-accessed period.
Follow the procedure shown below.
Non-accessed EAN deletion
1.
2.
3.
4.
NOTE
Select the X1/Z1 mode.
Select “7 NON ACCESSED EAN”.
Select “1 READING” to take a report, or “2 DELETE” to delete non-accessed EANs.
After selecting “2 DELETE”, select “1 ALL DELETE” to delete all the non-accessed EANs or “2
IND.DELETE” to delete the non-accessed EANs individually.
It is recommended to take a report first before executing deleting operation.
Non-accessed customer deletion
1.
2.
3.
4.
NOTE
Select the X2/Z2 mode.
Select “6 NON ACCESSED CUST.”.
Select “1 READING” to take a report, or “2 DELETE” to delete non-accessed customers.
After selecting “2 DELETE”, select “1 ALL DELETE” to delete all the non-accessed customers or “2
IND.DELETE” to delete the non-accessed customers individually.
It is recommended to take a report first before executing deleting operation.
Customer deletion
1. Select the X2/Z2 mode.
2. Select “7 CUSTOMER DELETE”.
3. Specify the range (start/end customer codes) you want to delete.
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11 How to Use the Programming
Keyboard Sheet
The programming keyboard sheet is used for programming in the PGM 1 or 2 mode.
This sheet is transparent. Place the sheet over the standard key sheet or blank key sheet when
programming.
Programming Keyboard Layout
JOURNAL
¡
¿
ÿ
1
2
Ç
Ë
Ï
Ô
Ò
Ó
Ã
Õ
Ñ
Â
À
Á
Ê
È
Ä
Ö
Ü
ß
î
ì
í
CL
!
?
#
RECEIPT
<<
(MODE)
[
]
(CANCEL) (ENTER)
3⁄4
£
Æ
Å
Ø
É
Û
Ù
Ú
¤
~
/
{
}
=
+
$
%
ˆ
&
(
)
-
1⁄2
BACK
SPACE
>>
1⁄4
3
,
”
PAGE
UP
PAGE
DOWN
7
8
9
Q
W
E
R
T
Y
U
I
O
P
@
(INS)
(DEL)
4
5
6
A
S
D
F
G
H
J
K
L
NEXT
RECORD
2
3
Z
X
C
V
B
N
M
<
>
:
.
PREV.
RECORD
1
;
,
0
00 000
(DC)
(SHIFT) (SPACE) (SPACE) (SPACE) (SPACE) (SPACE) (SPACE) (SPACE) (SPACE) (SHIFT)
(RECALL)
ST
TL
: The shaded area contains the character keys which are used for programming characters.
ß ∂ I D B : Used for programming characters. For more information about programming
characters, see the section “How to Program Alphanumeric Characters.”
‡ fl · ° : Used to move the cursor.
E : Used to program each setting.
c : Used to finalize programming.
C : Used to cancel programming and to get back to the previous screen.
∏ : Used to go back to the previous record, e.g., from the department 2 programming window back to the
department 1 programming window.
˜ : Used to go to the next record, for example, in order to program unit prices for sequential departments.
Î : Used to scroll the window to go to the next page.
¨ : Used to scroll the window to go back to the previous page.
L : Used to clear the last setting you have programmed or clear the error state.
. : Used to toggle between two or more options.
s : Used to list those options which you can toggle by the . key.
R : Used to call up a desired code.
Numeric keys: Used for entering figures.
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Regarding the ∏, ˜, Î, ¨, °, ·, s keys, you can use the corresponding keys on the screen to
perform the same actions:
∏
˜
Î
¨
°
·
s
For more information about using these keys, see “Basic Instructions” section in Chapter 12 “Programming.”
How to Program Alphanumeric Characters
This section discusses how to program alphanumeric characters such as “DESCRIPTION,” “NAME” and “TEXT.”
■ Using character keys on the keyboard
Entering alphanumeric characters
To enter a character, simply press a corresponding character key on the programming keyboard sheet.
To enter a digit, simply press a corresponding numeric key.
Entering double-size characters
∂ : 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.
Entering upper-case letters
ß : You can enter an upper-case letter by using this key. Press this key just before you enter the
upper-case letter. You should press this key each time you enter an upper-case letter.
Editing text
You can edit the text you have entered by deleting and/or inserting characters.
To select a text editing mode
I : Toggles between the insert mode ( “_” ) and the overwrite ( “■” ) mode.
To move the cursor
fl or ‡ : Moves the cursor.
To delete a character or figure
D
B
: Deletes a character or figure in the cursor position.
: Backs up the cursor for deleting the character or figure at the left of the cursor.
Text copy/paste
Copy (to the buffer) : Move the cursor to the target text line to copy, and press x key.
Paste (from the buffer) : Move the cursor to the target text line to paste, and press ‚ key.
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■ Entering character codes
Numerals, letters and symbols are programmable by entering the º key and character codes. Use the
following procedure with the cursor placed at the position where you want to enter characters:
º
XXX
XXX : character code (3 digits)
Character
code:
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
029
030
031
032
033
034
035
036
037
038
039
040
041
042
043
044
045
046
047
048
049
050
051
052
053
054
055
056
057
058
059
060
061
062
063
064
065
066
067
068
069
070
071
072
073
074
075
076
077
078
079
080
081
082
083
084
085
086
087
088
089
090
091
092
093
094
095
096
097
098
099
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
016 - 031
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
(DC)
*(DC) : Double-size character code
_(095) : Line feed code
: Shaded characters can not be printed by the built-in printer (display only).
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12 Programming
PRICE MODE
PGM1 MODE
PGM2 MODE
This chapter explains how to program various items.
AUTO
KEY MODE
Before you start programming, select the PRICE, PGM1, PGM2, AUTO
KEY or SD CARD mode from the mode selection screen depending on the SD CARD MODE
item you are going to program.
Basic Instructions
This section illustrates the basic programming by using an example of programming for departments.
■ Programming screen
Opening screen: When you select the PRICE, PGM1, PGM2, AUTO KEY or SD CARD mode from the mode
selection screen, your display will show a programming opening screen corresponding to the
mode you selected.
Programming menu: Use the cursor keys or numeric keys to
key, or touch the
select the desired option and press the
option on the screen.
E
(In case of PGM2)
Mode you are in
Numeric key area
Common status area
Numeric key data area
Code selecting screen (Dept. PLU/EAN, Customer):
Code title
Code number and its description:
(In case of PLU/EAN and customer, two lines are used for one
code, upper line - code, lower line - description.)
Use the cursor keys or numeric keys to select the desired option
key, or touch the option on the screen. (When
and press the
you select the last item, the screen goes to the selected option
screen without pressing the
key.)
E
E
Programming screen:
Selected menu message
Setting items:
Use the cursor to select the desired option or touch it on the screen.
To enter the data for each option, follow the instruction shown below.
Numeric entry: Use numeric keys.
Character entry: Use character keys.
Selective entry: Press the
key to toggle options and press
the
key to select it, or press the
key to
show the options list. Use the cursor keys to
move the cursor and press the
key to
select it, or touch the option on the screen.
E
.
s
E
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■ Programming example
The following example shows how to program 2.00 for the unit price,
“ABCDE” for the description, and “taxable 2 yes” for department 1.
Procedure
1.
In the PGM2 MODE screen, select “2 SETTING” by using the
· or ° key and press the E key.
• The SETTING screen will appear.
NOTE
E
C
• You can also select “2 SETTING” by using numeric key “2,” then
press the E key, or touching “2 SETTING” on the screen.
• To return to the previous screen, press the C key.
2.
Select “1 ARTICLE.”
• The ARTICLE screen will appear.
NOTE
The arrow mark
in the window shows that the window contains
more options than are now on the screen. To scroll the window,
press the Î key.
E
C
To return to the previous page, press the ¨ key.
3.
E
C
4.
E
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Select “1 DEPT.”
• The DEPT screen will appear, listing programmable
departments.
C
Select “01 DPT.01” to program for department 1.
• The “01” window will appear.
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 or touch “PRICE,” enter “200” by using
numeric keys, then press the E key. ➔ Numeric entry
• Move the cursor to or touch “DESCRIPT.”, enter “ABCDE”
by using character keys, then press the E key. ➔
Character entry
E
If you want to clear setting, press the L key before you press
the E key.
Î
¨
6.
Press the Î key two times and you will see the page shown
left, then program the machine to set “TAXABLE 2” as follows:
• Move the cursor to or touch “TAXABLE 2,” press the . key
to select “YES,” then press the E key. ➔ Selective entry
NOTE
The . key toggles between two options as follows:
NO➔YES➔NO➔....
Pressing the s key displays all pertinent options.
7.
Select one of the following actions:
• To cancel the programming, press the C key. Select “1
YES” in the “ARE YOU SURE ?” window.
• To finalize the programming, press the c key, then press
the C key. You will return to the “DEPT” window.
• To program the following department, press the ˜ key. The
“02” window will appear. To return to the “01” window, press
the ∏ 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:
Procedure
1.
E
From the SETTING menu, select “1 ARTICLE.”
• The ARTICLE window will appear.
C
2.
Î
Select any option from the following options list:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
¨
The screen continues.
DEPT:
Departments
PLU/EAN:
PLUs/EANs
DYNAMIC EAN:
Dynamic EANs
PLU RANGE:
A range of PLUs
HAPPY HOUR:
Happy hour
PLU MENU KEY:
PLU menu key
COMBO MEAL:
Combo meal
LINK PLU/EAN TABLE: Link PLU/EAN table
CONDIMENT TABLE:
Condiment table
PROMOTION TABLE:
Promotion table
CRATE TABLE:
Crate table
EAN PLU CONVERT:
EAN-to-PLU converting table
ITF PLU CONVERT:
ITF-to-PLU converting table
EAN NON-PLU:
EAN Non-PLU type code format
PRESS CODE:
EAN press code format
SCALE TABLE:
Scale table
PLU/EAN STOCK:
PLU/EAN stock quantity
EAN DELETE:
EAN record delete period
The following illustration shows those options included in the article programming group.
1 ARTICLE
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
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DEPT
PLU/EAN
DYNAMIC EAN
PLU RANGE
HAPPY HOUR
PLU MENU KEY
COMBO MEAL
LINK PLU/EAN TABLE
CONDIMENT TABLE
PROMOTION TABLE
CRATE TABLE
EAN PLU CONVERT
ITF PLU CONVERT
EAN NON-PLU
PRESS CODE
SCALE TABLE
PLU/EAN STOCK
EAN DELETE
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
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➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
See “Department” on page 129.
See “PLU/EAN” on page 131.
See “Dynamic EAN” on page 133.
See “PLU range” on page 134.
See “Happy hour” on page 134.
See “PLU menu key” on page 135.
See “Combo meal” on page 136.
See “ Link PLU/EAN table” on page 136.
See “PLU condiment table” on page 137.
See “Promotion table” on page 139.
See “Crate table” on page 141.
See “EAN-to-PLU converting table” on page 142.
See “ITF-to-PLU converting table” on page 142.
See “EAN Non-PLU code format” on page 143.
See “Press code” on page 144.
See “Scale table” on page 144.
See “PLU/EAN stock” on page 145.
See “EAN delete” on page 145.
■ Department
Your POS terminal is equipped with 20 standard departments, and can be equipped with a maximum of 99
departments.
Use the following procedure to program for departments.
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
Select a pertinent dept. code from
the departments list.
▼
NOTE
For more information about the entry patterns, see the “Basic
Instructions” section.
• PRICE (Use the numeric entry)
Unit price (max. 6 digits)
The screen continues.
• GROUP No. (Use the numeric entry)
01-09: Plus department
10:
Minus department
11:
Plus hash department
12:
Minus hash department
13:
Plus bottle return department
14:
Minus bottle return department
15-17: Non-turnover 1-3
• If the “Hash”, “Bottle return” and “Non-turnover” functions
are disabled, you are not allowed to select any hash, bottle
return or non-turnover department.
• DESCRIPT. (Use the character entry)
Description for a department. Up to 16 or 20 characters can be entered.
• 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
• COMMISSION No. (Use the numeric entry)
Commission group number (1 through 9)
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.
• 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
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■ Department (continued)
• PRINT ON CLK (Use the selective entry)
YES: Prints the department sales information on the clerk report.
NO: Prints nothing on the clerk report.
• ITEM VP (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Makes item validation printing compulsory.
NON-COMPULSORY: Makes item validation printing non-compulsory.
• HALO (Use the numeric entry)
• You can set an upper limit amount (HALO) for each department. The limit is effective for the REG
mode 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)
• SCALE (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY: Makes a scale entry compulsory.
ENABLE:
Enables a scale entry.
INHIBIT:
Inhibits a scale entry.
• TARE TABLE (Use the numeric entry)
Scale table number associated with scale entry (1 through 9)
• VMP No. (Use the numeric entry)
VMP file number for EAN (1 through 3)
If the number “0” is entered, no VMP file number is assigned.
• TAXABLE1 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.
• GROUP DISCOUNT1 through 10
Group discount status
YES: Discountable
NO: Non-discountable
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■ PLU/EAN
NOTE
• In this manual, the word “EAN” represents EAN (European Article Number) and UPC
(Universal Product Code).
• With regard to the EAN codes applicable to this POS terminal, please refer to the chapter 14.
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
Select a pertinent PLU code, or directly
enter a PLU code or EAN code.
• DEPT. CODE (Use the numeric entry)
Department code to be associated with the entered PLU/EAN
(01 through 99)
When a PLU/EAN is associated with a department, the
following functions of the PLU/EAN 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)
▼
The screen continues.
• SIGN (Use the selective entry)
+: Plus PLU/EAN
-:
Minus PLU/EAN
The function of every PLU/EAN varies according to the combination
of its sign and the sign of its associated department as follows:
Department:
+
Serves as a normal plus PLU/EAN.
PLU/EAN:
+
Department:
Serves as a normal minus PLU/EAN.
PLU/EAN:
Department:
+
Accepts store coupon entries, but
PLU/EAN:
not split-pricing entries.
Department:
PLU/EAN:
+
Not valid; not accepted
• PRICE1 through 8 (Use the numeric entry)
Unit price of each price level (max. 6 digits)
By default, only a price for PRICE 1 through 3 can be entered. If you want to enter a price for PRICE 4
through 8, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
• BASE QTY (Use the numeric entry)
Base quantity for each PLU/EAN that should be applied only to split-pricing entries (max. 2 digits: 0 to 99)
• 1# through 8# (Use the character entry)
Description for a PLU/EAN (for each price level)
Up to 16 or 20 characters can be entered.
By default, description for 1# through 3# only can be entered. If you want to enter description for 4#
through 8#, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
• TOUCH KEY TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for a PLU touch key
Up to 12 characters can be entered.
• ENTRY TYPE (Use the selective entry)
Mode parameter
OPEN:
Open price only
INHIBIT:
Inhibited
OPEN&PRESET: Open price and preset price
PRESET:
Preset price only
NOTE
For EAN, it is fixed to “PRESET”.
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■ PLU/EAN (continued)
• MENU TYPE (Use the selective entry)
PLU/EAN menu type selection
COMBO: Combo PLU/EAN
LINK:
Link PLU/EAN
NORMAL: Normal PLU/EAN
• COMBO#/LINK# (Use the numeric entry)
Table number for combo PLU/EANs/link PLUs (1 through 99)
• CONDIMENT TBL# (Use the numeric entry)
Table number for condiment entry (1 through 99)
NOTE
For EAN, it is fixed to “00”.
• CONDIMENT TYPE (Use the selective entry)
YES: Condiment type
NO: Non-condiment type
NOTE
For EAN, it is fixed to “NO”.
• CONDIMENT (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY: Makes a condiment entry compulsory.
NON-COMPULSORY: Makes a condiment entry non-compulsory.
NOTE
For EAN, it is fixed to “NON-COMPULSORY”.
• PRICE SHIFT (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY: Makes PLU/EAN price level shift compulsory.
INHIBIT:
Inhibits PLU/EAN price level shift.
ALLOWED:
Allows PLU/EAN price level shift.
• SCALE (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY: Makes a scale entry compulsory.
ENABLE:
Enables a scale entry.
INHIBIT:
Inhibits a scale entry.
• TARE TABLE # (Use the numeric entry)
Scale table number associated with scale entry (1 through 9)
• SORT GROUP (Use the numeric entry)
PLU sort group number (00 through 99)
• INFORMATION# (Use the numeric entry)
Information text number (max. 4 digits: 0000 to 9999)
• COMMISSION No. (Use the numeric entry)
You can assign a PLU/EAN to a commission group (1 through 9).
If the number “0” is entered, no commission group number will be assigned to a PLU/EAN.
• 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/EAN sales information on the receipt.
NO: Prints nothing on the receipt.
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■ PLU/EAN (continued)
• PRINT ON CLK (Use the selective entry)
YES: Printing on the clerk report.
NO: No printing
• TAXABLE1 through 6 (Use the selective entry)
YES: Makes the PLU/EAN taxable.
NO: Makes the PLU/EAN 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/EAN not programmed for any of these tax status is registered depending on the tax
status of the department which the PLU/EAN belongs to.
• PINT PRICE1 through 8 (Use the numeric entry)
Pint price of each price level (max. 6 digits)
By default, a price for PINT PRICE1 through 3 only can be entered. If you want to enter a price for PINT
PRICE4 through 8, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
• PINT BASE QTY (Use the numeric entry)
Base quantity for each PLU/subdepartment/EAN that should be applied only to half/double pint entries
(max. 2 digits: 0.0 to 9.9)
• HAPPY HOUR1 through 9 (Use the selective entry)
YES: Enables the happy hour entry.
NO: Disables the happy hour entry.
• GROUP DISCOUNT1 through 10 (Use the selective entry)
Group discount status
YES: Discountable
NO: Non-discountable
• HOURLY GR.#1 through 3 (Use the numeric entry)
PLU hourly group number to classify PLUs for PLU hourly group reports (1 through 9)
• BONUS POINT (Use the numeric entry)
Bonus points for a PLU/EAN (max. 7 digits)
• MINIMUM STOCK (Use the numeric entry)
Minimum stock quantity for a PLU/EAN (max. 7 digits)
• NON-ACCESS (Use the selective entry)
NON DEL.: Not delete non-accessed EANs by Z1 report.
DEL. BY Z: Delete non-accessed EANs by Z1 report.
NOTE
For PLU, it is fixed to “NON DEL.”.
■ Dynamic EAN
NOTE
With regard to the EAN codes applicable to this POS terminal and EAN files, please refer to the
chapter 14.
After you select “3 DYNAMIC EAN” on the “ARTICLE” menu, enter an EAN code or select a pertinent EAN
code. The same setting items excepting MINIMUM STOCK as the “PLU/EAN” described in the previous
section will appear. Please refer to “PLU/EAN” section for entering values or selecting options. The data
will be saved in the Dynamic EAN file.
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■ PLU range
You can program PLUs in the designated range.
Enter a value or select an option for each item as follows:
Procedure
• START CODE (Use the numeric entry)
Starting PLU code (max. 5 digits)
• END CODE (Use the numeric entry)
Ending PLU code (max. 5 digits)
▼
• OPERATION (Use the selective entry)
MAINTE:
Enables you to change the setting you have
programmed.
NEW&MAINTE: 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.
DELETE:
Enables you to delete a specified range of
PLUs.
The screen continues in the same
format as those screens shown in
section “PLU/EAN”.
■ Happy hour
You can program the time range for each happy hour (Happy hour 1 to Happy hour 9). You can also
program the day of the week the programmed happy hour functions. When a clerk enters a PLU code on the
programmed day, the price level for which you have programmed a time range will be automatically entered.
For example, if you set the start time at 9:00 AM, the end time at 11:00 AM, “ENABLE” for SUNDAY and the
shift level at 2, the current price level is shifted to the level 2 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM on Sunday.
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
Select a pertinent happy hour from
the list.
• START TIME (Use the numeric entry)
Start time: hour/minute (0000 to 2359)
▼
• END TIME (Use the numeric entry)
End time: hour/minute (0000 to 2359)
• SHIFT LEVEL (Use the numeric entry)
Shift level (1 to 9)
• SUNDAY through SATURDAY (Use the selective entry)
ENABLE: Enables the happy hour function.
DISABLE: Disables the happy hour function.
The screen continues.
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NOTE
When the start time and end time are set at “0000,” or shift level at
1, the happy hour function is not available.
■ 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 42
PLUs/sub-menus for each PLU menu key.
Use the following procedure to program a PLU menu key:
Procedure
In the ARTICLE window, select “6 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.
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the PLU menu key.
Up to 16 characters can be entered.
▼
Selected PLU
menu key no.
▼
E
• TYPE (Use the selective entry)
PLU: Selects to program a PLU.
MENU: Selects to program a sub-menu.
• 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 D key is pressed on the PLU menu key number selection
window, the PLU menu key number in the cursor position will be
deleted. In the DELETE window, confirm the PLU menu key
number to delete, press the E key, then select “1 YES” in the
message “ARE YOU SURE?” to delete it.
• If the D key is pressed on the PLU/menu PLU code selection
window, the PLU code in the cursor position will be canceled.
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■ Combo meal
When you want to make some deduction for set sellings, combo meal should be specified, a PLU or EAN
(combo PLU or EAN) can have a maximum of 10 PLUs subsidiarily.
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• COMBO MEAL (Use the numeric entry)
Combo meal number (1 through 99)
• COMBO PLU#XX
Enter tied PLU codes (max. 10 PLUs).
• PRICE (Use the numeric entry)
Enter the unit price of each combo menu. (max. 6 digits)
▼
Selected combo
meal no.
NOTE
E
▼
• PLU codes should be defined before programming a combo
meal.
• If the D key is pressed on the combo meal number selection
window, the combo meal table in the cursor position will be
deleted. In the DELETE window, confirm the combo meal
number to delete, press the E key, then select “1 YES” in the
message “ARE YOU SURE?” to delete it.
The screen continues.
■ Link PLU/EAN table
It is possible to link PLUs (linked PLUs) with a PLU or EAN (link PLU/EAN) so that just pressing the link PLU
or EAN key allows you to register the linked PLUs together. The number of linked PLUs is a maximum of 30.
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• LINK PLU/EAN TABLE (Use the numeric entry)
Link PLU/EAN table number (1 through 99)
• LINK PLU/EAN #XX
Enter linked PLU codes (max. 30 PLUs).
NOTE
▼
Selected link
PLU table no.
E
▼
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The screen continues.
• PLU codes should be defined before programming a link PLU
table.
• If the D key is pressed on the table number selection window,
the selected table will be deleted. In the DELETE window,
confirm the table number to delete, press the E key, then select
“1 YES” in the message “ARE YOU SURE?” to delete it.
■ PLU 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 rare.” 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 28 for a table)
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 28 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 PLUs 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
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Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• CONDIMENT TABLE (Use the numeric entry)
Condiment table number (1 through 99)
• TXT (Use the character entry)
Description for a condiment menu.
Up to 16 characters can be entered.
• NEXT LINK TBL# (Use the numeric entry)
Enter the next condiment table number (max. 2 digits).
▼
Selected
condiment table
number
• PLU#01 through #28
Enter condiment PLU codes (max. 28 PLUs).
E
▼
The screen continues.
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NOTE
• The description is used as the display prompt.
• PLU codes should be defined before programming a condiment
table.
• If the D key is pressed on the table number selection window, the
table in the cursor position will be deleted. In the DELETE window,
confirm the table number to delete, press the E key, then select
“1 YES” in the message “ARE YOU SURE?” to delete it.
■ Promotion table (global/individual type)
There are two types of promotion tables: the global type and individual type. The global type requires you to
program a trip level for a set of objected items while the individual type requires you to program a trip level
for each objected item.
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• PROMOTION TABLE (Use the numeric entry)
Promotion table number (1 through 999)
▼
Selected
promotion
table number
E
▼
Basically, you need to program the following four items:
• TEXT
• OBJECTED ITEM
• TYPE
• LEVEL 1 through 5
TEXT
▼
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for each promotion table (max. 12 characters)
OBJECTED ITEM
• OBJECTED ITEM
Program objected items for promotion (max. 25 items).
The screen continues.
• ITEM KIND (Use the selective entry)
PLU/EAN:
Select to program a PLU.
DEPT:
Select to program a department.
GROUP:
Select to program a PLU group.
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■ Promotion table (continued)
• PLU/EAN CODE, DEPT or GROUP (Use the numeric entry)
Enter a PLU/EAN, department or PLU group code.
TYPE
• TYPE (Use the selective entry)
GLOBAL:
Selects the global type.
INDIVIDUAL: Selects the individual type.
LEVEL 1 through 5
Each of LEVEL 1 through 5 consists of the following three items:
• TRIP LEVEL
• PROMOTION TYPE
• PROMOTION DETAIL
(Global type)
• TRIP LEVEL (Use the numeric entry)
In case you selected the global type, this window appears.
Trip level for the programmed objected items (1 to 99)
(Individual type)
• TRIP LEVEL1 through 25 (Use the numeric entry)
In case you selected the individual type, this window appears.
Trip levels for each of the programmed objected items (1 to 99)
The screen continues.
• PROMOTION TYPE (Use the selective entry)
AMOUNT DISCOUNT: Selects the amount discount type.
% DISCOUNT:
Selects the percent discount type.
GIVE FREE ITEM:
Selects the give-free-item type.
CHEAPER ITEM FREE: Selects the cheaper-item-free type.
SELLING PRICE:
Selects the selling price type.
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■ Promotion table (continued)
• PROMOTION DETAIL (Use the numeric entry)
AMOUNT DISCOUNT: Enter a discount amount.
% DISCOUNT:
Enter a discount rate.
GIVE FREE ITEM:
Enter a PLU/EAN code.
CHEAPER ITEM FREE: Enter a quantity.
SELLING PRICE:
Enter a selling price.
NOTE
PLU codes should be defined before programming a promotion
table. Also for EAN code, only EAN having a preset price can be
programmed.
If the D key is pressed on the table number selection window, the
table in the cursor position will be deleted. In the DELETE window,
confirm the table number to delete, press the E key, then select
“1 YES” in the message “ARE YOU SURE?” to delete it.
■ Crate table
You can program up to 99 crate tables
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• CRATE TABLE (Use the numeric entry)
Crate table number (1 through 99)
• CRATE PLU/EAN# (Use the numeric entry)
Enter a crate PLU/EAN.
• COMBINATION FUNC. (Use the selective entry)
YES: Select to use the combination entry type.
NO: Select to use the single entry type.
▼
Selected crate
table number
E
▼
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for each crate table (max. 16 characters)
• NUMBER OF BOTTLE (Use the numeric entry)
Enter the number of bottles in the crate. (0 through 99)
• PRICE (Use the numeric entry)
Enter a crate table price. (max. 6 digits)
• PRICE LEVEL (Use the selective entry)
Select a price level.
• PLU/EAN#1 through 10 (Use the numeric entry)
Enter PLU/EANs in the bottles.
The screen continues.
NOTE
• PLU codes should be defined before programming a crate table. Also
for EAN codes, only EANs having a preset price can be programmed.
• If the D key is pressed on the table number selection window, the
table in the cursor position will be deleted. In the DELETE window,
confirm the table number to delete, press the E key, then select
“1 YES” in the message “ARE YOU SURE?” to delete it.
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■ EAN-to-PLU converting table
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• EAN PLU CONVERT (Use the numeric entry)
Enter an EAN code.
• PLU CODE (Use the numeric entry)
Enter a PLU code.
NOTE
▼
Enter an EAN
code.
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If the D key is pressed on the table number selection window, the
table in the cursor position will be deleted. In the DELETE window,
confirm the table number to delete, press the E key, then select
“1 YES” in the message “ARE YOU SURE?” to delete it.
▼
■ ITF-to-PLU converting table
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• ITF PLU CONVERT (Use the numeric entry)
Enter an ITF code.
• PLU CODE (Use the numeric entry)
Enter a PLU code.
NOTE
▼
Enter an ITF
code.
▼
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If the D key is pressed on the table number selection window, the
table in the cursor position will be deleted. In the DELETE window,
confirm the table number to delete, press the E key, then select
“1 YES” in the message “ARE YOU SURE?” to delete it.
■ EAN Non-PLU code format
EAN-13 type
EAN-8 type
C
Flag
(02 or 20-29)
D
C
2
Free format
D
Free format
Flag
Price check digit
Field 1
Field 2
Free format area
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
Select a arbitrary number, or a
pertinent EAN TYPE OF CODE &
SYSTEM CODE you set.
• TYPE OF CODE (Use the selective entry)
EAN-8:
EAN-8 format code (consisting of 8 digits)
EAN-13 (UPC-A): EAN-13 format code (consisting of 13 digits)
▼
• SYSTEM CODE (Use the numeric entry)
System code (i.e. flag code): EAN-8: 1 digit, EAN-13: 2 digits
NOTE
ISBN/ISSN and press code are always used the fixed format even
if code, 37, 43, 78, 98, or 97 is entered.
• LENGTH FIELD#1 (Use the numeric entry)
Length of field 1 (number of digits): 0 to 9
The screen continues.
• LENGTH FIELD#2 (Use the numeric entry)
Length of field 2 (number of digits): 0 to 9
• FIELD#1 DATA
Meaning of field 1: It is fixed to FREE.
• FIELD#2 DATA (Use the selective entry)
Meaning of field 2
QUANTITY: Quantity
PRICE:
Price
• PRICE CHECK DIGIT (Use the selective entry)
Price check digit
YES: Use the price check digit
NO: Not use the price check digit
• TAB (Use the selective entry)
TAB or decimal point of field 2: 3/2/1/0
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■ Press code (for EAN)
Your POS terminal allows you to program the press code format.
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• PRESS CODE (1 to 5) (Use the selective entry)
1: GERMAN TYPE1 (prefix code: 434/439)
2: U.K. (prefix code: 988/989)
3: FRENCH (prefix code: 378/379)
4: SWEDEN (prefix code: 7388)
5: GERMAN TYPE2 (prefix code: 414/419)
• TYPE OF CODE (Use the selective entry)
NORMAL: Normal EAN
PRESS:
Press code
▼
• PRICE (Use the selective entry)
Price entry method for press code (This setting is valid only
when PRESS CODE is set for TYPE OF CODE.)
PRESET:
Using the EAN preset price
ENCODED:
Using the encoded price
COMPULSORY: Compulsory entry
• LABEL TYPE (Use the selective entry)
Label of record in EAN file (This setting is valid only when
PRESS CODE is set for TYPE OF CODE.)
ARTICLE: Prefix + article code
Select this option when you want to summarize the
sales of items having press codes by each item.
PREFIX: Prefix only
Select this option when you want to summarize the
sales of items having press codes by category.
■ 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
▼
Selected scale
table number
▼
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Your POS terminal may also be set to accommodate 2-integer +2decimal weights. For more details, please contact your authorized
SHARP dealer.
■ PLU/EAN stock
You can assign a stock quantity to each PLU/EAN code.
Shown below is an example of selecting “1 OVERWRITE.”
After selecting “1 OVERWRITE,” select a pertinent PLU/EAN
code. Then the next screen will appear to show the following
items:
Procedure
• 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))
▼
Select a pertinent PLU/EAN code, or
directly enter a PLU code or EAN code.
▼
NOTE
• If you need to add or subtract a stock quantity to or from the
current stock quantity, select “2 ADD” or “3 SUBTRACT” 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/EAN stock
counter.
■ EAN delete
You can delete the EAN codes which have not been accessed during the period you set in this program
when you execute the delete job in EAN DELETE in X1/Z1 mode.
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• PERIOD (DAY) (Use the numeric entry)
Enter the EAN record delete period: 01 to 99 (00: Not delete
by the non-accessed deleting job)
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Direct Key Programming
Use the following procedure to select direct-key programming:
■ Direct key
You can assign departments and PLUs directly to the keyboard. In the case of PLUs, you may assign up to
10 levels to be accessed directly on the keyboard. For key no. positions, refer to the illustration shown below.
In the case of selecting “044 DIRECT PLU”
Procedure
• TYPE (Use the selective entry)
PLU:
Assigns the key as a direct PLU key.
DEPT: Assigns the key as a direct department key.
NOTE
▼
Select a pertinent key no. from the
key numbers list.
▼
• You can also select a direct PLU key by pressing the
corresponding key when the PLU has been assigned directly on
the keyboard instead of selecting the key from the menu.
• When selecting a department, the screen on which a department
code is to be entered (the message “DEPT. CODE”) will appear.
• LEVEL1 through 10 (Use the numeric entry)
Enter a PLU code for each level. For example, if you want to
use this key as PLU code 1 (level 1) and PLU code 101 (level
2), enter 1 for “LEVEL1” and 101 for “LEVEL2.”
Key numbers
▼
RECEIPT
JOURNAL
25
34
43
52
61
70
79
88
97
106 115 124 133 142
8
16
24
33
42
51
60
69
78
87
96
105 114 123 132 141
7
15
23
32
41
50
59
68
77
86
95
104 113 122 131 140
6
14
22
31
40
49
58
67
76
85
94
103 112 121 130 139
5
13
21
30
39
48
57
66
75
84
93
102 111 120 129 138
4
12
20
29
38
47
56
65
74
83
92
101 110 119 128 137
3
11
19
28
37
46
55
64
73
82
91
100 109 118 127 136
2
10
18
27
36
45
54
63
72
81
90
99
108 117 126 135
1
9
17
26
35
44
53
62
71
80
89
98
107 116 125 134
Departments and PLUs programmable area
NOTE
The screen continues.
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• You can assign departments and PLUs only for the “Departments
and PLUs programmable area” shown above.
• You cannot assign a department or a PLU to the position to
which a function key has been assigned.
Functional Programming
Use the following procedure to select any option included in the functional programming group:
Procedure
1.
2.
From the SETTING menu, select “3 FUNCTION GROUPS.”
• The FUNCTION menu will appear.
Select any option from the following options list:
▼
(-):
Discount key
%:
Percent key
GROUP DISCOUNT %: Group discount key
COMMISSION:
Commission
MISC. FUNCTIONS: Miscellaneous functions (deposit,
RA, PO, tip, cash in drawer and
check change)
6 SERVICE CHARGE: Service charge
7 BONUS POINT:
Bonus points (bonus point table/bonus
redemption)
1
2
3
4
5
The following illustration shows those options included in the functional programming group.
3 FUNCTION GROUPS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
(-)
%
GROUP DISCOUNT %
COMMISSION
MISC. FUNCTIONS
SERVICE CHARGE
BONUS POINT
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
See “Discount key” on page 147.
See “Percent key” on page 148.
See “Group discount key” on page 148.
See “Commission” on page 149.
See “Miscellaneous functions” on page 149.
See “Service charge” on page 150.
See “Bonus points” on page 151.
■ Discount key (! through ()
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
Select a pertinent discount key
from the discount keys list.
▼
• 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.
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■ Discount key (! through () (continued)
• ENTRY TYPE (Use the selective entry)
RA:
Received on account (-)
ITEM: Item (-)
SBTL: Subtotal (-)
NOTE
You can also select a discount key by pressing the corresponding key.
■ Percent key (¡ through ª)
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
Select a pertinent percent key from
the percent keys list.
▼
• 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 %
NOTE
You can also select a percent key by pressing the corresponding key.
■ Group discount key (L through a)
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
Select a pertinent group discount key
from the group discount keys list.
• RATE (Use the numeric entry)
Percent rate (0.00 to 100.00)
▼
• TEXT DISC. (Use the character entry)
Description for the group discount key
Up to 12 characters can be entered.
• TEXT DISC. ST (Use the character entry)
Description for group discount subtotal
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 group discount key.
-:
Minus (discount)
+: Plus (premium)
• %HALO (High Amount Lockout) (Use the numeric entry)
HALO (High Amount Lockout) for the group discount key (0.00
to 100.00)
NOTE
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You can also select a group discount key by pressing the corresponding key.
■ Commission
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
Select a pertinent commission no.
from the commission list.
▼
• RATE (Use the numeric entry)
Percent rate (0.000 to 99.999)
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the commission. Up to 12 characters can be
entered.
■ Miscellaneous functions (deposit, RA, PO, tip, cash in drawer and check change)
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
NOTE
You can also select a pertinent function by pressing the
corresponding key when it has been placed directly on the
keyboard instead of selecting the key from the menu.
The screen continues.
▼
Select a pertinent function from the
miscellaneous functions list.
Deposit
• HALO (High Amount Lockout) (Use the numeric entry)
A: Significant 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
• HALO (High Amount Lockout) (Use the numeric entry)
A: Significant 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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■ Miscellaneous functions (continued)
PO
• HALO (High Amount Lockout) (Use the numeric entry)
A: Significant 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.
Tip
• HALO (High Amount Lockout) (Use the numeric entry)
A: Significant 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.
Cash in drawer
• 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
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the check change
Up to 12 characters can be entered.
• HALO (High Amount Lockout) (Use the numeric entry)
Limit amount: 0 to 999999.99
■ 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.
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■ Bonus points
You can program up to 10 sets of purchase amounts and bonus points in the bonus point table.
In the bonus redemption programming, you can set the minimum bonus point, redeemed bonus points and
discount amount for the redeemed bonus points.
Procedure
▼
Select a pertinent item from the
bonus point list.
Bonus point table
• AMOUNT1 through 10 (Use the numeric entry).
Amounts for bonus point 1 through 10 (max. 9 digits)
• BONUS POINT1 through 10 (Use the numeric entry)
Bonus points for amount 1 through 10 (max. 7 digits)
The screen continues.
Bonus redemption
• MINIMUM POINT
Minimum bonus point (max. 7 digits)
• REDEEMED POINTS
Bonus points redeemed for the following amount (max. 7 digits)
• REDEEMED AMOUNT
Discount amount for the redeemed points (max. 5 digits)
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Media Key Programming
Use the following procedure to select any option included in the media group:
Procedure
1.
▼
2.
From the SETTING menu, select “4 MEDIA.”
• The MEDIA menu will appear.
Select any option from the following options list:
1
2
3
4
5
6
CASH:
CHECK:
CREDIT:
CA/CHK:
CUSTOMER CHARGE:
FOREIGN CURRENCY:
7 CURRENCY MONEY:
Cash key
Check key
Credit key
Check cashing
Charge key
Foreign currency (currency exchange
key and foreign currency drawer)
Currency money
The following illustration shows those options included in the media key programming group.
4 MEDIA
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
CASH
CHECK
CREDIT
CA/CHK
CUSTOMER CHARGE
FOREIGN CURRENCY
CURRENCY MONEY
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
See “Cash key” on page 152.
See “Check key” on page 153.
See “Credit key” on page 154.
See “Check cashing” on page 155.
See “Charge key” on page 155.
See “Foreign currency” on page 156.
See “Currency money” on page 157.
■ Cash key
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
Select a pertinent cash key from
the cash keys list.
▼
• 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.
The screen continues.
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• 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.
■ Cash key (continued)
• NAME&ADDRESS (Use the selective entry)
You can make the name and address entry compulsory when a cash entry is accepted.
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory name and address entry
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory name and address entry
• 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
• NON-ADD # (Use the selective entry)
You can make the non-add code entry compulsory 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 OPEN (Use the selective entry)
You can program each cash key to open the drawer.
YES: Opens the drawer.
NO: Disables the drawer opening.
NOTE
You can also select a cash key by pressing the corresponding key when it has been placed
directly on the keyboard instead of selecting the key from the menu.
■ Check key (h through Ò)
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
Select a pertinent check key from
the check keys list.
▼
• 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.
• BILL PRINT (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory bill printing
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory bill printing
The screen continues.
• FOOTER PRINT (Use the selective entry)
YES: Enables footer printing on the receipt.
NO: Disables footer printing on the receipt.
• NAME&ADDRESS (Use the selective entry)
You can make the name and address entry compulsory when a check entry is accepted.
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory name and address entry
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory name and address entry
• AMOUNT ENTRY (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory amount tendered entry
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory amount tendered entry
• NON-ADD# (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory non-add code entry
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory non-add code entry
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■ Check key (continued)
• EFT (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Makes EFT function compulsory.
NON-COMPULSORY: Makes EFT function non-compulsory.
• DRAWER OPEN (Use the selective entry)
YES: Opens the drawer.
NO: Disables the drawer opening.
• 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.
• DESCRIPTOR (Use the character entry)
Currency descriptor. Up to 4 characters can be entered.
• VP (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory validation printing
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory validation printing
NOTE
You can also select a check key by pressing the corresponding key when it has been placed
directly on the keyboard instead of selecting the key from the menu.
■ Credit key (Ó through Œ)
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
Select a pertinent credit key from
the credit keys list.
▼
• 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.
• BILL PRINT (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory bill printing
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory bill printing
The screen continues.
• 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.
• NAME&ADDRESS (Use the selective entry)
You can make the name and address entry compulsory when
a credit entry is accepted.
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory name and address entry
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory name and address entry
• AMOUNT ENTRY (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY: Makes amount tendered entry compulsory.
INHIBITED:
Inhibits amount tendered entry.
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• NON-ADD# (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory non-add code entry
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory non-add code entry
■ Credit key (continued)
NOTE
You can also select a credit key by
pressing the corresponding key
when it has been placed directly on
the keyboard instead of selecting
the key from the menu.
• EFT (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Makes EFT function compulsory.
NON-COMPULSORY: Makes EFT function non-compulsory.
• DRAWER OPEN (Use the selective entry)
YES: Opens the drawer.
NO: Disables the drawer opening.
• 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
■ Check cashing
You can program the description and the upper limit amounts for check cashing.
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
Select a pertinent check cashing
no. from the check cashing
numbers list.
• 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
■ Charge key
Procedure
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.
• 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 the charge key is used.
YES: Enables footer printing on the receipt.
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NO: Disables footer printing on the receipt.
■ Charge key (continued)
NOTE
You can also select the charge key
by pressing the corresponding key
when it has been placed directly on
the keyboard.
• NON-ADD# (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory non-add code entry
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory non-add code entry
• AUTO GROUP DISC.# (Use the numeric entry)
Setting the group discount number in this item enables the
group discount function to be automatically performed at
customer sales entries.
Automatic group discount number (0 to 10)
• DRAWER OPEN (Use the selective entry)
YES: Opens the drawer.
NO: Disables the drawer opening.
• VP (Use the selective entry)
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory validation printing
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory validation printing
■ Foreign currency
(foreign currency drawer and currency exchange key , through +)
Procedure
▼
Select a pertinent item from the
foreign currency list.
Foreign currency drawer
• FOREIGN DRW# (Use the selective entry)
DRAWER2/DRAWER1/NONE
NOTE
The number of times of the drawer opening with the
EXCHANGE(n) key will be added to the NO-SALE counter.
Currency exchange key
(, through +)
• 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)
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• DESCRIPTOR (Use the character entry)
Currency descriptor
Up to 4 characters can be entered.
■ Currency money
You can program the texts and amounts of each domestic bill, coin and foreign currency used for the
starting cash memory. Up to 20 currencies (MOENY1 through 20) can be programmed.
Procedure
Select a pertinent currency money
from the currency money list.
▼
• TEXT (Use the character entry.)
Description for the currency money
Up to 12 characters can be entered.
• AMOUNT (Use the numeric entry.)
Amount for the currency money (max. 6 digits)
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Training Text/Clerk Programming
Select “5 TRAINING TEXT/CLK” in the SETTING window. You can set the text for the training mode title
and up to 2 clerks/cashiers in training.
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• TEXT
Description for the training mode title
Up to 8 characters can be entered.
• CLK/CSR1 CODE
Clerk/cashier code in training (max. 4 digits)
• CLK/CSR2 CODE
Clerk/cashier code in training (max. 4 digits)
Text Programming
Use the following procedure to select any option included in the text group:
Procedure
1.
▼
2.
From the SETTING menu, select “6 TEXT.”
• The TEXT menu will appear.
Select any option from the following options list:
1
2
3
4
5
FUNCTION TEXT:
DEPT.GROUP:
PLU GROUP:
PLU HOURLY GROUP:
PLU INFORMATION:
Function text
Department group text
PLU group text
PLU hourly group text
PLU information text
The following illustration shows those options included in the text programming group.
6 TEXT
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1
2
3
4
5
FUNCTION TEXT
DEPT. GROUP
PLU GROUP
PLU HOURLY GROUP
PLU INFORMATION
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See “Function text” on page 159.
See “Department group text” on page 161.
See “PLU group text” on page 161.
See “PLU hourly group text” on page 162.
See “PLU information text” on page 162.
■ Function text
You can program a maximum of 12 characters for each function by using the following table:
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for each function. Up to 12 characters can be
entered.
The screen continues.
Default
text
No.
Function
Default
text
No.
Function
001
Promotion discount
DISCOUNT
036
PBAL (for GLU)
002
Difference
DIFFER
037
NBAL (for GLU)
***PBAL
***NBAL
003
Taxable 1 subtotal
TAX1 ST
038
Starting cash memory (+)
SCM (+)
004
Taxable 2 subtotal
TAX2 ST
039
Starting cash memory (–)
SCM (–)
005
Taxable 3 subtotal
TAX3 ST
040
Exchange 1 is
EXCH1 IS
006
Taxable 4 subtotal
TAX4 ST
041
Exchange 2 is
EXCH2 IS
007
Taxable 5 subtotal
TAX5 ST
042
Exchange 3 is
EXCH3 IS
008
Taxable 6 subtotal
TAX6 ST
043
Exchange 4 is
EXCH4 IS
009
VAT/tax 1
VAT 1
044
Exchange 5 is
EXCH5 IS
010
VAT/tax 2
VAT 2
045
Exchange 6 is
EXCH6 IS
011
VAT/tax 3
VAT 3
046
Exchange 7 is
EXCH7 IS
012
VAT/tax 4
VAT 4
047
Exchange 8 is
EXCH8 IS
013
VAT/tax 5
VAT 5
048
Exchange 9 is
EXCH9 IS
014
VAT/tax 6
VAT 6
049
Cash is
CASH IS
015
Net 1
050
Check is
CHECK IS
016
Net 2
NET1
NET2
051
Cash/check in drawer
CA/CHK ID
017
Coupon-like PLU
CP PLU
052
Guest
GUEST
018*
Void issued order-receipt
VD
053
Non-commission sale
NON COM.
019
Subtotal void
SBTL VD
054
VIP1 sale
VIP1 SALE
020
MGR void
MGR VD
055
VIP2 sale
VIP2 SALE
021
Void mode
VOID
056
VIP3 sale
VIP3 SALE
022
Refund
REFUND
057
WASTE total
WASTE TL
023
Return
RETURN
058
Order total
ORDER TL
024*
Hash void issued order-receipt HASH VD
059
Paid total
PAID TL
025
Hash refund
HASH RF
060
Transfer out
TRAN.OUT
026
Hash return
HASH RT
061
Transfer in
TRAN.IN
027*
Non-turnover void
NOTURNVD
062
Tip paid
TIP PAID
028
Non-turnover refund
NOTURNRF
063
Domestic currency 1
DOM.CUR1
029
Non-turnover return
NOTURNRT
064
Domestic currency 2
DOM.CUR2
030
VAT shift
VAT SFT
065
Domestic currency 3
DOM.CUR3
031
VAT/tax delete
TAX DELE
066
Domestic currency 4
DOM.CUR4
032
VP counter
VP CNT
067
Domestic currency 5
DOM.CUR5
033
Bill counter
BILL CNT
068
Domestic currency 6
DOM.CUR6
034
No sale
NO SALE
069
Domestic currency 7
DOM.CUR7
035
Guest check counter
G.C. CNT
070
Domestic currency 8
DOM.CUR8
*This void is applied to opened GLU.
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■ Function text (continued)
No.
160
Function
Default
text
No.
Function
Default
text
071
Domestic currency 9
DOM.CUR9
118
Commission amount 1
COM.AMT1
072
Non-turnover total 1
*NT TL1
119
Commission amount 2
COM.AMT2
073
Non-turnover total 2
*NT TL2
120
Commission amount 3
COM.AMT3
074
Non-turnover total 3
Commission amount 4
COM.AMT4
Check in drawer
122
Commission amount 5
COM.AMT5
076
(+)dept. total
*NT TL3
*CHECK ID
*DEPT TL
121
075
123
Commission amount 6
COM.AMT6
077
(–)dept. total
DEPT(–)
124
Commission amount 7
COM.AMT7
078
Hash(+) total
*HASH TL
125
Commission amount 8
COM.AMT8
079
Hash(–) total
HASH(–)
126
Commission amount 9
COM.AMT9
080
Bottle return (+) total
*BTTL TL
127
Commission amount total
COM.TTL
081
Bottle return (–) total
BTTL (–)
128
Bill balance
BILL BAL
082
Net 1 (Taxable 1 - VAT/tax 1)
NET 1
129
Free GLU
FREE GLU
083
Net 2 (Taxable 2 - VAT/tax 2)
NET 2
130
Old balance
OLD BAL.
084
Net 3 (Taxable 3 - VAT/tax 3)
NET 3
131
New balance
BALANCE
085
Net 4 (Taxable 4 - VAT/tax 4)
NET 4
132
Starting cash memory total
SCM TTL
086
Net 5 (Taxable 5 - VAT/tax 5)
NET 5
133
Turnover per table
T.TABLE
087
Net 6 (Taxable 6 - VAT/tax 6)
NET 6
134
Turnover per guest
T.GUEST
088
Subtotal
SUBTOTAL
135
Turnover per bill
T.BILL
089
Merchandise subtotal
MDSE ST
136
Item per guest
I.GUEST
090
Total
***TOTAL
137
Item per bill
I.BILL
091
Difference subtotal
DIFF ST
138
Average price per item
AVE.ITEM
092
Non-turnover subtotal
NON-TURN
139
Total labor cost
TTL COST
093
Change
CHANGE
140
Location no.
LOC#
094
English check print
CHECK PR
141
Location cost
L.COST
095
Due
DUE
142
Total hour
TTL HOUR
096
Tip due
TIP DUE
143
Over time
OVR TIME
097
Balance
BALANCE
144
Over cost
OVR COST
098
Sales q’ty
ITEMS
145
Time-in
TIME-IN
099
Item subtotal (for LINK PLU/EAN) ITEM ST
146
Time-out
TIME-OUT
100
Copy receipt title
COPY
147
Break-in
BREAK-IN
101
Guest check copy title
G.C COPY
148
Break-out
BREAK-OUT
102
Bill totalize/transfer title
149
Break total
BREAK TL
103
Bill separation title
B.T.
B.S.
150
Labor percent
LABOR%
104
Intermediate GLU reading title INTERMED.
151
Total tax
TTL TAX
105
Bill on receipt title
BILL
152
Net without tax
NET
106
Partial bill title
PARTIAL BILL
153
Town name 1
TOWNNAME
107
VIP1 sale title
VIP1 SALE
154
Town name 2
TOWNNAME
108
VIP2 sale title
VIP2 SALE
155
Cash transfer
TRANSFER
109
VIP3 sale title
VIP3 SALE
156
GLU code
GLU#
110
WASTE mode title
WASTE
157
Half pint sale
HF PINT SAL
111
Slip print journal message
SLIP PR.
158
Tare weight
TARE WT.
112
Slip next page
NEXT P.
159
Receipt switch
RCP SW.
113
Average
AVE.
160
Bill void text
BILL VOID
114
CCD
CCD
161
WASTE on PLU report
WASTE
115
CCD difference
CCD DIF.
162
COMBO on PLU report
COMBO
116
CCD difference total
DIF. TL
163
COMBO WASTE on PLU report COMBO WASTE
117
Order total - Paid total
O-P
164
Check payment for exchange 1 EX1 CHK
■ Function text (continued)
No.
Function
Default
text
No.
Function
Default
text
165
Credit payment for exchange 1 EX1 CREDIT
178
Bonus points redemption
166
Domestic currency 1 for check DOM. CUR1 CHK
179
Total bonus points redemption REDEMPT.TL
167
Domestic currency 1 for credit
DOM. CUR1 CR
180
CCD shift entry 1
CCD SHIFT 1
168
VOID text on KP
CCD shift entry 2
CCD SHIFT 2
REFUND text on KP
182
CCD shift entry 3
CCD SHIFT 3
170
RETURN text on KP
VOID
REFUND
RETURN
181
169
183
CCD shift entry 4
CCD SHIFT 4
171
New Code for customer
NEW CODE
184
CCD shift entry 5
CCD SHIFT 5
172
Remained charge for customer CHARGE
185
CCD shift entry 6
CCD SHIFT 6
173
Deduction
DEDUCTION
186
CCD shift entry 7
CCD SHIFT 7
174
Price change receipt title
PR.CHNG
187
CCD shift entry 8
CCD SHIFT 8
175
Bonus points for item
BON.PTS.
188
CCD shift entry 9
CCD SHIFT 9
176
Bonus points for total amount
BON.PTS.AMT
189
Parital payment
PARTIAL PAY
177
Total bonus points
BONUS POINTS
BON.PTS.RDM
■ Department group text
You can program a maximum of 12 characters for each department group (1 to 9).
Procedure
Program the item as follows:
Select a pertinent department
group number from the department
groups list.
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the department group. Up to 12 characters can
be entered.
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■ PLU group text
You can program a maximum of 12 characters for each PLU group (0 to 99).
Procedure
Program the item as follows:
Select a pertinent PLU group
number from the PLU groups list.
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the PLU group. Up to 12 characters can be
entered.
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■ PLU hourly group text
You can program a maximum of 12 characters for each PLU hourly group (1 to 9).
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
Select a pertinent PLU hourly group
no. from the PLU hourly groups list.
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the PLU hourly group
Up to 12 characters can be entered.
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■ PLU information text
You can program information text in PLU information text tables (1 to 9999). A PLU information text table
consists of 10 lines and up to 20 characters can be entered in each line.
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• PLU INFORMATION (Use the numeric entry)
PLU information text table number (1 to 9999)
• TEXT (01 to 10) (Use the character entry)
Description for each line
Up to 20 characters can be entered.
▼
Selected PLU
information table
number
E
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The screen continues.
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Personnel Programming
Use the following procedure to select any option included in the personnel group:
Procedure
1.
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2.
From the SETTING menu, select “7 PERSONNEL.”
• The PERSONNEL menu will appear.
Select any option from the following options list:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CLERK:
CASHIER:
MANAGER:
EMPLOYEE:
JOB LOCATE TBL:
WORKING TIME SHIFT:
CONTACTLESS KEY:
CLERK KEY DEL.:
Clerk
Cashier
Manager
Employee
Job location table
Working time shift
Contactless key
Prohibition of the contactless key
The following illustration shows those options included in the personnel programming group.
7 PERSONNEL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CLERK
CASHIER
MANAGER
EMPLOYEE
JOB LOCATE TBL
WORKING TIME SHIFT
CONTACTLESS KEY
CLERK KEY DEL.
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See “Clerk” on page 164.
See “Cashier” on page 166.
See “Manager” on page 167.
See “Employee” on page 168.
See “Job location table” on page 169.
See “Working time shift” on page 169.
See “Contactless key” on page 170.
See “Prohibition of the contactless key” on page 171.
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■ Clerk
NOTE
In case that “clerk + cashier system” is applied to your POS terminal, data except SECRET
CODE, NAME and KEY No. are not effective.
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• 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.
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• KEY No. (Use the numeric entry)
Key number (0 through 255)
The entry of “0” disables the use of real clerk keys.
• SUPERVISOR (Use the selective entry)
YES: Enables supervisor clerk.
NO: Disables supervisor clerk.
• VIP1 through 3 SALE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables VIP sale.
ENABLE: Enables VIP sale.
The screen continues.
• GLU TYPE (Use the selective entry)
GLU:
Makes GLU system compulsory.
NON-COMPULSORY: Makes GLU 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.
• DRAWER No. (Use the selective entry)
DRAWER2/DRAWER1/NONE
• START GLU (Use the numeric entry)
Starting GLU code (1 to 9999)
• END GLU (Use the numeric entry)
Ending GLU code (1 to 9999)
• 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 MODE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables operation in the X1 mode.
ENABLE: Enables operation in the X1 mode.
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■ Clerk (continued)
• Z1 MODE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables operation in the Z1 mode
ENABLE: Enables operation in the Z1 mode.
• X2Z2 MODE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables operation in the X2/Z2 mode.
ENABLE: Enables operation in the X2/Z2 mode.
• FLASH MODE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables operation in the FLASH mode.
ENABLE: Enables operation in the FLASH mode.
• AUTO KEY MODE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables operation in the AUTO KEY mode.
ENABLE: Enables operation in the AUTO KEY mode.
• SD CARD MODE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables operation in the SD CARD mode.
ENABLE: Enables operation in the SD CARD mode.
• Z1 IN OPX/Z (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables resetting operation in OPXZ mode.
ENABLE: Enables resetting operation in OPXZ mode.
• RE-CALL GLU (Use the selective entry)
LIMITED: Inhibited for the clerk
PUBLIC: Allowed for the clerk
• P.SFT START (Use the selective entry)
Price level range (start): (PRICE 1 through PRICE 8)
• P.SFT END (Use the selective entry)
Price level range (end): (PRICE 1 through PRICE 8)
• HAPPY HOUR (Use the selective entry)
NO: Disables the happy hour price shift.
YES: Enables the happy hour price shift.
• BILL PRINT (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables customer bill printing.
ENABLE: Enables customer bill printing.
• CUST BILL DELETE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables customer bill deletion.
ENABLE: Enables customer bill deletion.
• AUTO MENU1 through 6 (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables each AUTO menu key.
ENABLE: Enables each AUTO menu key.
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■ Cashier
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• SECRET CODE (Use the numeric entry)
Secret code (max. 4 digits: 0001 to 9999/0000)
• NAME (Use the character entry)
Name for the cashier. Up to 12 characters can be entered.
• KEY No. (Use the numeric entry)
Key number (0 through 255)
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• VIP1 through 3 SALE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables VIP sale.
ENABLE: Enables VIP sale.
• G.C. COPY (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables guest check copy.
ENABLE: Enables guest check copy.
The screen continues.
• VAT SHIFT (Use the selective entry)
STATE: Enables VAT shift entry.
NOT: Disables VAT shift entry.
• DRAWER No. (Use the selective entry)
DRAWER2/DRAWER1/NONE
• 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 MODE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables operation in the X1 mode.
ENABLE: Enables operation in the X1 mode.
• Z1 MODE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables operation in the Z1 mode
ENABLE: Enables operation in the Z1 mode.
• X2Z2 MODE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables operation in the X2/Z2 mode.
ENABLE: Enables operation in the X2/Z2 mode.
• FLASH MODE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables operation in the FLASH mode.
ENABLE: Enables operation in the FLASH mode.
• AUTO KEY MODE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables operation in the AUTO KEY mode.
ENABLE: Enables operation in the AUTO KEY mode.
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■ Cashier (continued)
• SD CARD MODE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables operation in the SD CARD mode.
ENABLE: Enables operation in the SD CARD mode.
• Z1 IN OPX/Z (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables resetting operation in OPXZ mode.
ENABLE: Enables resetting operation in OPXZ mode.
• P.SFT START (Use the selective entry)
Price level range (start): (PRICE 1 through PRICE 8)
• P.SFT END (Use the selective entry)
Price level range (end): (PRICE 1 through PRICE 8)
• HAPPY HOUR (Use the selective entry)
NO: Disables the happy hour price shift.
YES: Enables the happy hour price shift.
• BILL PRINT (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables customer bill printing.
ENABLE: Enables customer bill printing.
• CUST BILL DELETE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables customer bill deletion.
ENABLE: Enables customer bill deletion.
• AUTO MENU1 through 6 (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables each AUTO menu key.
ENABLE: Enables each AUTO menu key.
■ Manager
You can program a secret code for each manager.
Program each 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)
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Pertinent
manager code
E
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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.
▼
Pertinent
employee code
E
▼
• *1 CLERK CODE (Use the numeric entry)
Clerk code (max. 4 digits: 0001 to 9999)
• 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)
The screen continues.
• WORKING SHIFT1 through 9 (Use the selective entry)
ENABLE: Enables each working shift.
DISABLE: Disables each working shift.
• *2 LOCATION#1 through 7 (Use the numeric entry)
Job location table number (max. 2 digits: 01 to 99)
NOTE
• *1 The clerk to 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 number
E
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• * OVER-TIME RATE (Use the numeric entry)
Rate for overtime work (max. 4 digits: 0.01 to 99.99)
NOTE
* Overtime pay = SALARY AMOUNT x OVER-TIME RATE
■ Working time shift
You can program the names for 9 working time shifts.
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• WORKING TIME SHIFT (Use the numeric entry)
Working time shift number (0 to 9)
• TEXT (Use the character entry)
Description for the working time shift
Up to 12 characters can be entered.
▼
Pertinent working
time shift number
E
▼
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■ Contactless key
You can program a clerk code for each contactless clerk key, and confirm the clerk name.
When you perform this programming, the corresponding contactless key must be set to the clerk switch.
You can program the same clerk code for two or more contactless clerk keys.
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• CLERK CODE (Use the numeric entry)
Clerk code (max. 4 digits: 0001 to 9999)
The entry of “0” disables the use of contactless clerk keys.
• CLERK NAME (Use the character entry)
Clerk name (max. 12 characters)
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Entering the clerk code and
pressing the E key
▼
▼
Confirmation of the clerk name and
pressing the c key
▼
When you continue the
programming, set another
contactless key to the clerk switch.
When you finalize the
programming, press the C key.
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NOTE
When you confirm a clerk code and clerk name for each
contactless clerk key, perform the program reading sequence “25
CONTACTLESS KEY” of the section “Reading of Stored
Programs”.
■ Prohibition of the contactless key
You can prohibit a disused contactless key, entering the clerk code for the contactless key.
You can perform this programming without the corresponding contactless key.
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• CLERK CODE (Use the numeric entry)
Clerk code (max. 4 digits: 0001 to 9999)
▼
Pertinent
clerk code
E
▼
NOTE
When this procedure is performed, all contactless keys which have
been assigned to a designated clerk code are prohibited. If you
need to activate the prohibited contactless key, program a clerk
code by the operation of “Contactless key”.
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Terminal Programming
Use the following procedure to select any option included in the terminal group:
Procedure
1.
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2.
From the SETTING menu, select “8 TERMINAL.”
• The TERMINAL menu will appear.
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 √, ß, and r keys) is pressed 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.
• BRIGHTNESS (Use the numeric entry)
Adjustment of the LCD brightness (0 to 13)
“13” is the brightest.
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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.
Set each item as follows:
Procedure
• DATE (Use the numeric entry)
Enter the day (2 digits), month (2 digits), and year (2 digits) in
this sequence.
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• 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.
Optional Feature Selection
Use the following procedure to select any option included in the optional group:
Procedure
1.
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2.
From the SETTING menu, select “10 OPTIONAL.”
• The OPTIONAL menu will appear.
Select any option from the following options list:
1
2
3
4
5
6
FUNC.PROHIBIT:
FUNC.SELECT1:
FUNC.SELECT2:
PRINT SELECT1:
PRINT SELECT2:
EURO:
Function prohibition
Function selection 1
Function selection 2
Printing selection 1
Printing selection 2
EURO
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The following illustration shows those options included in the optional feature programming group.
10 OPTIONAL
1
2
3
4
5
6
FUNC.PROHIBIT
FUNC.SELECT1
FUNC.SELECT2
PRINT SELECT1
PRINT SELECT2
EURO
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See “Function prohibition” on page 174.
See “Function selection 1” on page 176.
See “Function selection 2” on page 177.
See “Printing selection 1” on page 178.
See “Printing selection 2” on page 179.
See “EURO” on page 181.
■ Function prohibition
Your POS terminal allows you to select whether to enable or disable various functions.
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• OPX/Z REPORT (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables clerk report printing in the OPXZ mode.
ENABLE: Enables clerk report printing in the OPXZ mode.
• PAID OUT (Use the selective entry)
LIMITED: Allowed only in the MGR mode.
PUBLIC: Allowed in the REG and MGR modes.
The screen continues.
• REFUND/RETURN (Use the selective entry)
LIMITED: Allowed only in the MGR mode.
PUBLIC: Allowed in the REG and MGR modes.
• ISSUE ITEM VOID (Use the selective entry)
LIMITED: Allowed only in the MGR mode.
PUBLIC: Allowed in the REG and MGR modes.
• NO ISSUED VOID (Use the selective entry)
LIMITED: Allowed only in the MGR mode.
PUBLIC: Allowed in the REG and MGR modes.
• SBTL VOID (Use the selective entry)
LIMITED: Allowed only in the MGR mode.
PUBLIC: Allowed in the REG and MGR modes.
• 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 in the MGR mode.
PUBLIC: Allowed in the REG and MGR modes.
• GLU FINALIZE (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables GLU finalization after ordering.
ENABLE: Enables GLU finalization after ordering.
• VIP SALES (Use the selective entry)
LIMITED: Allowed only in the MGR mode.
PUBLIC: Allowed in the REG and MGR modes.
• WASTE MODE (Use the selective entry)
LIMITED: Allowed only in the MGR mode.
PUBLIC: Allowed in the REG and MGR modes.
• INTERMEDIATE FINAL (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables GLU finalization before intermediate GLU reading.
ENABLE: Enables GLU finalization before intermediate GLU reading.
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■ Function prohibition (continued)
• OPEN GLU DISPLAY (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables opened GLU automatically display at sign on.
ENABLE: Enables opened GLU automatically display at sign on.
• EAN LEARNING (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables EAN learning function.
ENABLE: Enables EAN learning function.
• PRICE CHANGE (Use the selective entry)
LIMITED: Allowed only in the MGR mode.
PUBLIC: Allowed in the REG and MGR modes.
• CUSTOMER OPEN (Use the selective entry)
LIMITED: Allowed only in the MGR mode.
PUBILC: Allowed in the REG and MGR modes.
• CUSTOMER BILL (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables customer bill printing.
ENABLE: Enables customer bill printing.
• CUSTOMER BILL DEL (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables customer bill deletion.
ENABLE: Enables customer bill deletion.
• FINALIZE ST=0 (Use the selective entry)
LIMITED: Allows finalization when the subtotal is “0” only in the MGR mode.
PUBLIC: Allows finalization when the subtotal is “0” in the REG and MGR modes.
• 0 RECEIPT DRAWER (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables drawer opening when the sales amount printed on the receipt is “0”.
ENABLE: Enables drawer opening when the sales amount printed on the receipt is “0”.
• VOID AFTER ST-KEY (Use the selective entry)
LIMITED: Allows void operation after the subtotal key is pressed only in the MGR mode.
PUBLIC: Allows void operation after the subtotal key is pressed in the REG and MGR modes.
• DRAWER OPEN X1/X2 (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables drawer opening in the X1/X2 mode.
ENABLE: Enables drawer opening in the X1/X2 mode.
• DRAWER OPEN Z1/Z2 (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables drawer opening in the Z1/Z2 mode.
ENABLE: Enables drawer opening in the Z1/Z2 mode.
• DRAWER OPEN OP X/Z (Use the selective entry)
DISABLE: Disables drawer opening in the OPXZ mode.
ENABLE: Enables drawer opening in the OPXZ mode.
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■ Function selection 1
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 HEADER (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 (Use the selective entry)
BY SHIFT: Allows VAT shift to be accomplished by the shift key.
BY CLERK: Allows VAT shift to be accomplished by a clerk.
• LEVEL SHIFT TYPE (Use the selective entry)
MANUAL: Lock shift mode
AUTO:
Automatic return mode
• LEVEL SHIFT (Use the selective entry)
LIMITED: Allowed only in the MGR mode.
PUBLIC: Allowed in the REG and MGR modes.
• LEVEL RETURNTIMING (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:
RECEIPT: Returns the PLU level to level 1 by one receipt.
BY ITEM: Returns the PLU level to level 1 by one item.
• PRICE SHIFT TYPE (Use the selective entry)
MANUAL: Lock shift mode
AUTO:
Automatic return mode
• PRICE SHIFT (Use the selective entry)
LIMITED: Allowed only in the MGR mode.
PUBLIC: Allowed in the REG and MGR modes.
• PRICE RETURNTIMING (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:
RECEIPT: Returns the price level to price 1 by one receipt.
BY ITEM: Returns the price level to price 1 by one item.
• NON-TURNOVER (Use the selective entry)
IN. VAT:
Enables non-turnover including VAT.
EX. VAT: Disables non-turnover including VAT.
• QTY IN VIP (Use the selective entry)
UPDATE: Updates the sales quantity of VIP sale.
NON:
Does not update the sales quantity of VIP sale.
• CR IN RA/PO (Use the selective entry)
UPDATE: Updates a credit totalizer when finalizing a received-on-account or a paid-out entry by a
credit key.
NON:
Does not update a credit totalizer when finalizing a received-on-account or a paid-out entry
by a credit key.
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■ Function selection 2
Your POS terminal enables you to select various functional selections.
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• SHIFT KEY ACTION (Use the selective entry)
CAPS:
Locks the upper-case letter mode once the shift
key is touched.
SHIFT:
Shifts the upper-case letter mode to the lowercase letter mode after a letter is entered.
The screen continues.
• T-LOG FULL (Use the selective entry)
Programming whether or not to lock item entry when the TLOG 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
• PAY FOR EX1 (Use the selective entry)
Payment for exchange1 amount
CASH:
Cash only
ALL:
All media
• EX1 CALC. (Use the selective entry)
Exchange1 calculation method
DIVIDE:
Division
MULTI.:
Multiplication
• CLERK POPUP (Use the selective entry)
If a clerk is not sign on under the supervisor clerk, CLERK POPUP is displayed.
ENABLE/DISABLE
• ISBN PRICE (Use the selective entry)
Price entry after ISBN/ISSN code entry
INHIBIT/COMPULSORY
• VMP FULL (Use the selective entry)
VMP EAN entry when the VMP file is full
ERROR/CONTINUE
• ADD-ON FULL (Use the selective entry)
Entry of EAN with add-on code when the EAN ADD-ON file is full.
ERROR/CONTINUE
• CUSTOMER DATA (Use the selective entry)
TOTAL:
Sales total and charge sales total
DETAIL:
Detail data (Sales total, charge sales total, sales date, item’s name, amount and quantity)
• EURO NON-PLU (Use the selective entry)
Converting the unit price of EAN NON-PLU codes (suffix code: 21, 22, 23, 27) between EURO and the
local currency.
CONVERT/NO CONVERT
• EURO ALL CONVERT (Use the selective entry)
Converting the unit price of EAN NON-PLU codes (all types of codes) between EURO and the local
currency.
CONVERT/NO CONVERT
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■ Printing selection 1
You can program various printing functions.
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• PURCHASE NO. (Use the selective entry)
NO: Does not print the number of purchases.
YES: Prints the number of purchases.
• TIME PRINT (Use the selective entry)
NO: Does not print the time on the receipt and journal.
YES: Prints the time on the receipt and journal.
The screen continues.
• JOURNAL SELECTIVE (Use the selective entry)
PARTIAL: Prints the information on all entries other than normal
department entries (entries into “+” departments and
their associated “+” PLUs) on the journal.
FULL:
Prints the detailed information on the journal.
• JOURNAL TEXT SIZE (Use the selective entry)
NORMAL: Prints the normal-size letters on the journal.
SMALL:
Prints the compressed-size letters on the journal.
• VAT/TAX AMT ON R/J (Use the selective entry)
NO: Does not print VAT or tax amounts on the receipt and journal.
YES: Prints VAT or tax amounts on the receipt and journal.
• TAXABLE AMT ON R/J (Use the selective entry)
NO: Does not print taxable amounts on the receipt and journal.
YES: Prints taxable amounts on the receipt and journal.
• NET AMOUNT ON R/J (Use the selective entry)
NO: Does not print net amounts on the receipt and journal.
YES: Prints net amounts on the receipt and journal.
• VAT/TAX AMT BILL (Use the selective entry)
NO: Does not print VAT or tax amounts on the bill.
YES: Prints VAT or tax amounts on the bill.
• TAXABLE AMT BILL (Use the selective entry)
NO: Does not print taxable amounts on the bill.
YES: Prints taxable amounts on the bill.
• NET AMOUNT ON BILL (Use the selective entry)
NO: Does not print net amounts on the bill.
YES: Prints net amounts on the bill.
• TIME PRINT ON BILL (Use the selective entry)
NO: Does not print the time on the bill.
YES: Prints the time on the bill.
• TABLE# PRINT BILL (Use the selective entry)
NO: Does not print the table number on the bill.
YES: Prints the table number on the bill.
• BILL PRINT ON SLIP (Use the selective entry)
NO: Does not print the bill on the slip.
YES: Prints the bill on the slip.
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■ Printing selection 1 (continued)
• BILL PRINT ON RCPT (Use the selective entry)
NO: Does not print the bill on the receipt.
YES: Prints the bill on the receipt.
• INTERMEDIATE SLIP (Use the selective entry)
NO: Does not print the details of intermediate GLU reading on the slip.
YES: Prints the details of intermediate GLU reading on the slip.
• INTERMEDIATE RCPT (Use the selective entry)
NO: Does not print the details of intermediate GLU reading on the receipt.
YES: Prints the details of intermediate GLU reading on the receipt.
• EDITING PRINT (Use the selective entry)
NO: Does not print the same articles (DEPT/PLU/EAN) collectively.
YES: Prints the same articles (DEPT/PLU/EAN) collectively.
• CUSTOMER ADDRESS (Use the selective entry)
NO: Does not print customer addresses on the receipt.
YES: Prints customer addresses on the receipt.
■ Printing selection 2
You can program various printing functions.
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• SEPARATOR LINE (Use the selective entry)
YES: Prints separator lines in the report.
NO: Creates one-line space instead of printing separator
lines in the report.
The screen continues.
• LINK PLU (Use the selective entry)
PARENT+TTL: Prints parent PLU text of linked PLUs with
totalizer.
EACH PLU:
Prints each PLU text of linked PLUs.
• FREE TEXT ON KP (Use the selective entry)
YES: Prints free text on KP.
NO: Does not print free text on KP.
• ITEM CODE ON KP (Use the selective entry)
YES: Prints item code on KP.
NO: Does not print item code on KP.
• PRICE ON KP (Use the selective entry)
YES: Prints unit price on KP.
NO: Does not print unit price on KP.
• AMOUNT ON KP (Use the selective entry)
YES: Prints amount on KP.
NO: Does not print amount on KP.
• GUEST# ON KP (Use the selective entry)
YES: Prints guest# on KP.
NO: Does not print guest# on KP.
• QTY=1 ON KP (Use the selective entry)
YES: Prints quantity when quantity is 1.
NO: Does not print quantity when quantity is 1.
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■ Printing selection 2 (continued)
• TOTAL&CHANGE (Use the selective entry)
Exchange1 amount print for total and change
DOMESTIC: Displays in domestic currency only.
WITH EX1: Displays both in domestic and EX1 currencies.
• PAYMENT VP (Use the selective entry)
Exchange1 amount print for payment VP
DOMESTIC Displays in domestic currency only.
WITH EX1: Displays both in domestic and EX1 currencies.
• MAXIMUM TICKET (Use the numeric entry)
Maximum number of ticket issuing (1 to 99)
• NON-PAY CUST. REP (Use the selective entry)
Non-payment customer report format
DETAIL:
Detail data
CHARGE: Charge amount data
• UNIT PRICE PRINT (Use the selective entry)
NO: Does not print unit price on the receipt (1 line printing).*
YES: Prints unit price on the receipt (2 line printing).
* Except when special entries such as split-pricing entries, scale entries, etc are entered.
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■ EURO
You can program optional functions for EURO. For the details, refer to EURO Migration Function section.
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• DATE (Use the numeric entry)
Preset the date to execute the automatic EURO modification
operation.
Enter the day (2 digits), month (2 digits), and year (2 digits) in
this sequence.
• TIME (Use the numeric entry)
Preset the time of the date to execute the automatic EURO
modification operation.
Enter the hour (00-23)
• PRICE CONVERT (Use the selective entry)
NO: Does not convert the preset unit prices of Dept./PLU/EAN to the ones of EURO currency in the
automatic EURO modification operation.
YES: Converts the preset unit prices of Dept./PLU/EAN in the automatic EURO modification operation.
NOTE
The preset rate of the , key is applied as the conversion rate, and the calculation method is
set to “division”.
• EURO JOB (Use the selective entry)
NON-COMPULSORY: Non-compulsory the automatic EURO modification operation in the X2/Z2 mode
after the preset date.
COMPULSORY:
Compulsory the automatic EURO modification operation in the X2/Z2 mode
after the preset date.
NOTE
When the EURO STATUS of your POS terminal is already “D” (i.e. the domestic currency has
been changed to EURO in your POS terminal), this programming is disabled.
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Report Programming
Use the following procedure to select any option included in the report group:
Procedure
1.
▼
2.
From the SETTING menu, select “11 REPORT.”
• The REPORT menu will appear.
Select any option from the following options list:
1
2
3
4
5
6
0 SKIP:
GENERAL RPT FORMAT:
TRANS. RPT FORMAT:
CLERK RPT FORMAT:
HOURLY REPORT:
STACKED REPORT:
Zero skip
General report format
Transaction report format
Clerk report format
Hourly report
Stacked report
The following illustration shows those options included in the report programming group.
11 REPORT
1
2
3
4
5
6
0 SKIP
GENERAL RPT FORMAT
TRANS. RPT FORMAT
CLERK RPT FORMAT
HOURLY REPORT
STACKED REPORT
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
See “Zero skip” on page 182.
See “General report format” on page 183.
See “Transaction report format” on page 184.
See “Clerk report format” on page 186.
See “Hourly report” on page 187.
See “Stacked report” on page 188.
■ 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.
• CASHIER (Use the selective entry)
SKIP:
Skips those data that are “0” in the cashier report.
NOT SKIP: Does not skip those data that are “0” in the
cashier 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/EAN report.
NOT SKIP: Does not skip those data that are “0” in the PLU/EAN report.
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■ Zero skip (continued)
• 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.
■ 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.
NOTE
The programming is effective except the tax data/cash-in-drawer data.
• 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.
• DEPT. Q’TY (Use the selective entry)
SKIP:
Skips department quantity in the general report.
NOT SKIP: Does not skip department quantity in the general report.
• DEPT. %SHARE (Use the selective entry)
SKIP:
Skips department %share in the general report.
NOT SKIP: Does not skip department %share in the general report.
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■ Transaction report format
You can program whether or not to skip the following items in the transaction report.
Select “SKIP” or “NOT SKIP” for the following items using the
selective entry. If you select “SKIP” for an item, the corresponding
data in the “Data” column below is skipped in the transaction
report.
Procedure
The screen continues.
Item
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Data
Item
Data
*DEPT TL
(+) dept. total
DISCOUNT
Promotion discount
DEPT(–)
(–) dept. total
CP PLU
Coupon-like PLU
*HASH TL
Hash(+) total
BON.PTS.
Bonus points for item
HASH(–)
Hash(–) total
BON.PTS.AMT
Bonus points for amount
*BTTL TL
Bottle return (+) total
BONUS POINTS
Bonus points total
BTTL(–)
Bottle return (–) total
BON.PTS.RDM
Bonus point redemption
*NT TL1
*NT TL2
*NT TL3
Non-turnover 1 total
REDEMPT.TL
Bonus point redemption total
Non-turnover 2 total
REFUND
Refund
Non-turnover 3 total
VD
Item void
ST(–)
Discount for subtotal
VOID
Void mode transaction
ST %
Percent calculation for subtotal
MGR VD
MGR void
NET1
Net sales total
ST VD
Subtotal void
DIFFER
Difference
WASTE
WASTE mode transaction
TAX1 ST
Taxable 1 subtotal
RETURN
Return
VAT1
VAT/tax 1
HASH VD
Hash void
TAX2 ST
Taxable 2 subtotal
HASH RF
Hash refund
VAT2
VAT/tax 2
HASH RT
Hash return
TAX3 ST
Taxable 3 subtotal
NOTURNVD
Non-turnover void
VAT3
VAT/tax 3
NOTURNRF
Non-turnover refund
TAX4 ST
Taxable 4 subtotal
NOTURNRT
Non-turnover return
VAT4
VAT/tax 4
VPCNT
Validation counter
TAX5 ST
Taxable 5 subtotal
BILL CNT
Bill print counter
VAT5
VAT/tax 5
NOSALE
No sale
TAX6 ST
Taxable 6 subtotal
PBAL
VAT6
VAT/tax 6
***PBAL
***NBAL
TTL TAX
Total tax
G.C. CNT
Guest check counter
NET
Net without tax
GUEST
Guest counter
VAT SFT
VAT shift
ORDER TL
Order total
TAX DELE
VAT/tax delete
PAID TL
Paid total
SER.CHRG
Service charge
AVE.
Average (paid total / guest)
NET2
Net 2
O–P
Difference (order total – paid total)
ITEM(–)
Discount for item
VIP SALES1
VIP1 sale
ITEM %
Percent calculation for item
VIP SALES2
VIP2 sale
GR.DISCOUNT
Group discount
VIP SALES3
VIP3 sale
NBAL
■ Transaction report format (continued)
Item
Data
Item
Data
TRANS OUT
Transfer out
CREDIT5
Credit5
TRANS IN
Transfer in
CREDIT6
Credit6
BILL BAL
Transfer out – transfer in
CREDIT7
Credit7
SCM (+)
Starting cash memory (+)
CREDIT8
Credit8
SCM (–)
Starting cash memory (–)
CREDIT9
Credit9
SCM TTL
Starting cash memory total
CHARGE
Charge
***RA
***RA2
Received-on-account
EXCH 1
Exchange 1
Received-on-account2
DOM.CUR1
Domestic currency 1
RA –
Discount for received-on-account
EX1 CHK
Exchange 1 paid by check
RA %
Percent calculation for received-
DOM.CUR CHK
Domestic currency 1 paid by check
on-account
EX1 CREDIT
Exchange 1 paid by credit
***PO
Paid out
DOM.CR 1
Domestic currency 1 paid by credit
***PO2
Paid out2
EXCH 2
Exchange 2
CA/CHK
Cash check operation
DOM.CUR2
Domestic currency 2
DEPOSIT
Deposit(+)
EXCH 3
Exchange 3
DEPO.(–)
Deposit(–)
DOM.CUR3
Domestic currency 3
CASH TIP
Cash tip
EXCH 4
Exchange 4
NOCA TIP
Non-cash tip
DOM.CUR4
Domestic currency 4
TIP PAID
Tip paid
EXCH 5
Exchange 5
CASH
Cash
DOM.CUR5
Domestic currency 5
CASH2
Cash2
EXCH 6
Exchange 6
CASH3
Cash3
DOM.CUR6
Domestic currency 6
CASH4
Cash4
EXCH 7
Exchange 7
CASH5
Cash5
DOM.CUR7
Domestic currency 7
CHECK
Check
EXCH 8
Exchange 8
CHECK2
Check2
DOM.CUR8
Domestic currency 8
CHECK3
Check3
EXCH 9
Exchange 9
CHECK4
Check4
DOM.CUR9
Domestic currency 9
CHECK5
Check5
***CID
Cash in drawer
CREDIT1
Credit1
*CH ID
Check in drawer
CREDIT2
Credit2
CA/CH ID
Cash check in drawer
CREDIT3
Credit3
CHK/CG
Check change
CREDIT4
Credit4
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■ Clerk report format
You can program whether or not to skip the following items in the clerk report format.
Select “SKIP” or “NOT SKIP” for the following items using the
selective entry. If you select “SKIP” for an item, the corresponding
data in the “Data” column below is skipped in the clerk report.
Procedure
The screen continues.
Item
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Item
Data
Data
Z1 COUNTER
Clerk Z1 reset counter
TRANS IN
Transfer in
CLERK CODE
Clerk code
BILL BAL
Transfer out – transfer in
CLERK NAME
Clerk name
REFUND
Refund
ORDER TL
Order total
VD
Item void
COM.SAL1
Commission sales 1
VOID
Void mode transaction
COM.AMT1
Commission amount 1
MGR VD
MGR void
COM.SAL2
Commission sales 2
ST VD
Subtotal void
COM.AMT2
Commission amount 2
WASTE
WASTE mode transaction
COM.SAL3
Commission sales 3
RETURN
Return
COM.AMT3
Commission amount 3
Commission sales 4
***PBAL
***NBAL
PBAL
COM.SAL4
COM.AMT4
Commission amount 4
NOSALE
No sale
COM.SAL5
Commission sales 5
G.C. CNT
Guest check counter
COM.AMT5
Commission amount 5
GUEST
Guest counter
COM.SAL6
Commission sales 6
DEPOSIT
Deposit(+)
COM.AMT6
Commission amount 6
DEPO.(–)
Deposit(–)
COM.SAL7
Commission sales 7
***RA
Received-on-account
COM.AMT7
Commission amount 7
***RA2
Received-on-account2
COM.SAL8
Commission sales 8
RA –
Discount for received-on-account
COM.AMT8
Commission amount 8
RA %
Percent calculation for received-
COM.SAL9
Commission sales 9
COM.AMT9
Commission amount 9
Commission amount total
***PO
***PO2
Paid out
COM.TTL
NON COM.
Non-commission
SCM (+)
Starting cash memory (+)
PAID TL
Paid total
SCM (–)
Starting cash memory (–)
AVE.
Average (paid total / guest)
SCM TTL
Starting cash memory total
O–P
*NT TL1
*NT TL2
*NT TL3
Difference (order total – paid total)
SER.CHRG
Service charge
Non-turnover 1 total
CASH TIP
Cash tip
Non-turnover 2 total
NOCA TIP
Non-cash tip
Non-turnover 3 total
TIP PAID
Tip paid
VIP SALES1
VIP1 sale
CASH
Cash
VIP SALES2
VIP2 sale
CASH2
Cash2
VIP SALES3
VIP3 sale
CASH3
Cash3
TRANS OUT
Transfer out
CASH4
Cash4
NBAL
on-account
Paid out2
■ Clerk report format (continued)
Item
Data
Item
Data
CASH5
Cash5
EXCH 3
Exchange 3
CHECK
Check
DOM.CUR3
Domestic currency 3
CHECK2
Check2
EXCH 4
Exchange 4
CHECK3
Check3
DOM.CUR4
Domestic currency 4
CHECK4
Check4
EXCH 5
Exchange 5
CHECK5
Check5
DOM.CUR5
Domestic currency 5
CREDIT1
Credit1
EXCH 6
Exchange 6
CREDIT2
Credit2
DOM.CUR6
Domestic currency 6
CREDIT3
Credit3
EXCH 7
Exchange 7
CREDIT4
Credit4
DOM.CUR7
Domestic currency 7
CREDIT5
Credit5
EXCH 8
Exchange 8
CREDIT6
Credit6
DOM.CUR8
Domestic currency 8
CREDIT7
Credit7
EXCH 9
Exchange 9
CREDIT8
Credit8
DOM.CUR9
Domestic currency 9
CREDIT9
Credit9
Cash in drawer
CHARGE
Charge
***CID
*CH ID
EXCH 1
Exchange 1
CA/CH ID
Cash check in drawer
DOM.CUR1
Domestic currency 1
CHK/CG
Check change
EX1 CHK
Exchange 1 paid by check
NBAL GLU
NBAL GLU
DOM.CUR CHK
Domestic currency 1 paid by check
FREE GLU
Free GLU
EX1 CREDIT
Exchange 1 paid by credit
DEPARTMENT
Department printing
DOM.CR 1
Domestic currency 1 paid by credit
PLU
PLU printing
EXCH 2
Exchange 2
EAN/D-EAN
EAN/Dynamic-EAN printing
DOM.CUR2
Domestic currency 2
Check in drawer
■ 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.
• START 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 DEPT./GROUP (Use the numeric entry)
Full department report
Parameter: Starting department code/ending department
code (1 through 99)
• 03 DEPT.GROUP TOTAL
Full group total report on departments
▼
• 04 PLU (Use the numeric entry)
PLU report by designated range
Parameter: Starting PLU code/ending PLU code
(1 through 999999)
• 05 COMBO SALES (Use the numeric entry)
Combo sales report
Parameter: Starting PLU code/ending PLU code
(1 through 99999)
▼
When you are allowed to set the
parameter of a report, a parameter
setting window like the following
one will appear.
• 06 PLU GROUP TOTAL
Full group total report on PLUs
• 07 PLU STOCK (Use the numeric entry)
PLU stock report
Parameter: Starting PLU code/ending PLU code
(1 through 999999)
• 08 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).
• 09 PLU MINIMUM STOCK (Use the numeric entry)
PLU minimum stock report
Parameter: Starting PLU code/ending PLU code (1 through
999999)
• 10 PLU PRICE CATEGORY (Use the numeric entry)
PLU/EAN by price category
Parameter: Starting price/ending price
• 11 PLU HOURLY GROUP (Use the numeric entry)
PLU hourly group report
Parameter: Starting time/ending time (0 through 2345)
• 12 TRANSACTION
Transaction report
• 13 TL-ID
Total in drawer report
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■ Stacked report (continued)
• 14 COMMISSION SALES
Commission sales report
• 15 TAX
Tax report
• 16 CHIEF
Chief report
• 17 ALL CLERK
Full clerk report
• 18 ALL CASHIER
Full cashier report
• 19 EMPLOYEE (Use the numeric entry)
Employee report
Parameter: Starting employee code/ending employee code (1 through 9999999999)
• 20 EMP. ADJUSTMENT (Use the numeric entry)
Employee adjustment report
Parameter: Starting employee code/ending employee code (1 through 9999999999)
• 21 EMP. ACTIVE STATUS (Use the numeric entry)
Employee active status report
Parameter: Starting employee code/ending employee code (1 through 9999999999)
• 22 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.
• 23 LABOR COST%
Labor cost percent report
• 24 EMP. OVER TIME (Use the numeric entry)
Employee over time report
Parameter: Starting employee code/ending employee code (1 through 9999999999)
• 25 DAILY NET
Daily net report
• 26 GLU (Use the numeric entry)
GLU report
Parameter: Starting GLU code/ending GLU code (1 through 9999)
• 27 BALANCE
Balance report
• 28 BILL
Bill report
• 29 CUSTOMER SALES1 (Use the numeric entry)
Customer sales 1 report
Parameter: Starting customer code/ending customer code (1 through 9999999999999)
• 30 CUSTOMER SALES2 (Use the numeric entry)
Customer sales 2 report
Parameter: Starting customer code/ending customer code (1 through 9999999999999)
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■ Stacked report (continued)
• 31 CUSTOMER BY AMT (Use the numeric entry)
Customer sales report by amount
Parameter: Starting price/ending price (0 through 99999.99)
• 32 CHARGE ACCOUNT
Charge account report
• 33 NON ACCESSED EAN
Non-accessed EAN report
• 34 NON ACCESSED CUST.
Non-accessed customer report
• 35 CUSTOMER ORDERING (Use the numeric entry)
Customer ordering report
Parameter: Starting customer ordering code/ending customer ordering code (10000000 through
29999999)
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Message Programming
Use the following procedure to select any option included in the message group:
Procedure
1.
From the SETTING menu, select “12 MESSAGE.”
• The MESSAGE menu will appear.
▼
2.
Select any option from the following options list:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
RECEIPT LOGO:
FREE TEXT:
VP TEXT:
SLIP TEXT:
SLIP FOOTER:
PAYEE NAME:
E.BILL MESSAGE:
SCROLL POLE DISP.:
Receipt logo
Free text
Validation printing text
Slip text
Slip footer
Payee name (for English check)
Entertainment bill message
Scrolling message for pole display
The following illustration shows those options included in the text programming group.
12 MESSAGE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
RECEIPT LOGO
FREE TEXT
VP TEXT
SLIP TEXT
SLIP FOOTER
PAYEE NAME
E.BILL MESSAGE
SCROLL POLE DISP.
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
➡
See “Receipt logo” on page 192.
See “Free text” on page 192.
See “Validation printing text” on page 192.
See “Slip text” on page 193.
See “Slip footer” on page 193.
See “Payee name” on page 193.
See “Entertainment bill message” on page 193.
See “Scrolling message for pole display” on page 194.
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■ Receipt logo
Your POS terminal can print programmed messages for customers on every receipt.
The logo text is printed in a centering form on the receipt.
Program the item as follows:
Procedure
• RECEIPT LOGO (Use the character entry)
Logo text for the receipt (max. 30 characters x 6 lines)
Entering sequential characters “=” will print the corresponding
clerk name in the footer logo message. Enter 12 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, PLUs and EANs on every receipt.
Procedure
Program the item as follows:
Select a pertinent text number from
the free texts list.
• FREE TEXT (Use the character entry)
Free texts for departments and PLUs (max. 99 texts/20
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)
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■ 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)
■ 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. 21
characters per line)
■ 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)
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■ Scrolling message for pole display
Your POS terminal can display programmed scrolling messages on the optional pole display.
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• SCROLL POLE DISP. (Use the character entry)
Texts for the scrolling message (max. 64 characters)
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Function Key Programming
Use the following procedure to select an option in the function key programming:
Procedure
1.
▼
2.
In the SETTING window, select “13 FUNCTION KEY”.
• The FUNCTION KEY window will appear.
Select an option from the following options list:
1 FUNCTION MENU KEY:
2 FUNCTION KEY:
Function menu key
Function key
The following illustration shows those options included in the function key programming group.
13 FUNCTION KEY
1 FUNCTION MENU KEY
2 FUNCTION KEY
➡
➡
See “Function menu key” on page 196.
See “Function key” on page 198.
* See “Function menu key list” for the function keys assigned to each function menu key by default.
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■ Function menu key
You can assign a maximum of 15 function keys to each of the 30 function menu keys. You can also program
the display menu titles for each function menu key.
Pressing a function menu key displays its assigned function keys on the keyboard area, allowing you to use
those function keys by touching.
Setting function menu key
Procedure
1.
Select a pertinent function menu key from the function menu
key list.
The screen continues
▼
2.
▼
3.
Select “1 SETTING”.
Select a pertinent function key number.
Some function menu keys have the specific function keys
allocated to them by default. In this example, the Å
through É keys are allocated to the S key. For details of
the preprogrammed function keys, refer to “Function menu
key list”.
The screen continues
▼
4.
Select a pertinent function key group.
Selecting a function key group here allows you to jump to a
function key listed close to your desired one.
The screen continues
▼
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The screen continues
5.
Select a pertinent function key to assign to the function menu
key.
■ Function menu key (continued)
Setting menu title
Procedure
1.
Select a pertinent function menu key from the function menu
key list.
The screen continues
▼
▼
2.
Select “2 MENU TITLE”.
3.
Enter a text for the menu title.
• MENU TITLE (Use the character entry)
Text for the menu title
Up to 16 characters can be entered.
Some function menu keys have the preprogrammed title texts
corresponding to the function keys allocated to them by
default. In this example, the text “CASH#” is preprogrammed
for the S key. For details of the preprogrammed function
keys, refer to “Function menu key list”.
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■ Function key
You can program the display key texts and key colors for each function key.
Procedure
1.
Select a pertinent function key group.
Selecting a function key group here allows you to jump to a
function key listed close to your desired one.
The screen continues
▼
2.
Select a pertinent function key.
3.
Enter a key text and press the E key.
The screen continues
▼
▼
• KEY TEXT (Use the character entry)
Text for the function key
Up to 12 characters can be entered.
By entry of the character “_” the following text is displayed
in the second line.
For the default texts of each function key, refer to “Default
key text on the display”.
4.
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Select a key color from 232 colors.
■ Function menu key list
Each function menu key (S to 0) has the following default settings.
Function menu 01 key (S)
Menu title:
CASH#
Function key#1:
CASH2
Function key#2:
CASH3
Function key#3:
CASH4
Function key#4:
CASH5
Function key#5 to 15:
INHIBIT
Function menu 02 key (2)
Menu title:
CR#
Function key#1:
CREDIT1
Function key#2:
CREDIT2
Function key#3:
CREDIT3
Function key#4:
CREDIT4
Function key#5:
CREDIT5
Function key#6:
CREDIT6
Function key#7:
CREDIT7
Function key#8:
CREDIT8
Function key#9:
CREDIT9
Function key#10 to 15:
INHIBIT
Function menu 03 key (3)
Menu title:
CH#
Function key#1:
CHECK
Function key#2:
CHECK2
Function key#3:
CHECK3
Function key#4:
CHECK4
Function key#5 to 15:
INHIBIT
Function menu 04 key (4)
Menu title:
FUNC MENU
Function key#1 to 15:
INHIBIT
Function menu 05 key (5)
Menu title:
EXCH#
Function key#1:
EX 1
Function key#2:
EX 2
Function key#3:
EX 3
Function key#4:
EX 4
Function key#5:
EX 5
Function key#6:
EX 6
Function key#7:
EX 7
Function key#8:
EX 8
Function key#9:
EX 9
Function key#10 to 15:
INHIBIT
Function menu 06 key (6)
Menu title:
MISC MENU
Function key#1:
RCPT ON/OFF
Function key#2:
INTERMED.
Function key#3:
BANK CONSOLE
Function key#4:
RA
Function key#5:
RA2
Function key#6:
PO
Function key#7:
PO2
Function key#8:
NO SALE
Function key#9:
E-MAIL
Function key#10 to 15:
INHIBIT
Function menu 07 key (7)
Menu title:
CRATE MENU
Function key#1:
CRATE #
Function key#2:
CRATE 1
Function key#3:
CRATE 2
Function key#4:
CRATE 3
Function key#5:
CRATE 4
Function key#6:
CRATE 5
Function key#7:
CRATE 6
Function key#8:
CRATE 7
Function key#9:
CRATE 8
Function key#10:
CRATE 9
Function key#11:
CRATE 10
Function key#12:
CRATE 11
Function key#13:
CRATE 12
Function key#14:
CRATE 13
Function key#15:
CRATE 14
Function menu 08 to 30 key (8 to 0)
Menu title:
FUNCTION MENUxx*
Function key#1 to 15:
INHIBIT
*xx = 08 to 30
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Device Configuration Programming
Use the following procedure to select a device configuration programming:
Procedure
1.
▼
2.
In the SETTING window, select “14 DEVICE CONFIG.”
• The DEVICE CONFIG window will appear.
Select any option from the following options list:
The screen continues.
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
BUILT-IN PRINTER:
JOURNAL PRINTER:
RECEIPT PRINTER:
SLIP PRINTER:
KP#1:
KP#2:
KP#3:
KP#4:
KP#5:
KP#6:
KP#7:
KP#8:
KP#9:
BCR(SCANNER):
SCALE:
ONLINE:
POLE DISPLAY:
Built-in printer
Journal printer
Receipt printer
Slip 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
Scanner
Scale
On-line
Pole display
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
17
BUILT-IN PRINTER
JOURNAL PRINTER
RECEIPT PRINTER
SLIP PRINTER
KP#1
KP#2
KP#3
KP#4
KP#5
KP#6
KP#7
KP#8
KP#9
BCR (SCANNER)
SCALE
ONLINE
POLE DISPLAY
➡
➡
➡
➡
See “Built-in printer” on page 201.
See “Journal printer” on page 201.
See “Receipt printer” on page 202.
See “Slip printer” on page 202.
➡See “Remote printer” on page 203.
➡
➡
➡
➡
See “BCR (SCANNER)” on page 204.
See “Scale/On-line” on page 204.
See “Scale/On-line” on page 204.
See “Pole display” on page 204.
■ Built-in printer
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• LIGHT&SHADE (Use the numeric entry)
Select a light and shade level. (00 to 99)
00: 75% for standard
50: 100% <standard>
99: 125% for standard
• IMAGE FOOTER (Use the selective entry)
PRINT:
Prints footer graphic logo.
NOT PRINT: Does not print footer graphic logo.
■ 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 (Use the selective entry)
Select the printer to be used from the following:
TM-T88(3)/T88(4)
TM-U220/230
EJ FILE (Electronic journal file)
BUILT-IN(810) (Built-in printer)
BUILT-IN(820) (Built-in printer)
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■ Receipt 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 (Use the selective entry)
Select the printer to be used from the following:
TM-T88(3)/T88(4)
TM-U220/230
TM-T88(3)(4)+LOGO
BUILT-IN(810) (Built-in printer)
BUILT-IN(820) (Built-in printer)
• AUTO CUTTER (Use the selective entry)
Auto cutter function
YES: Enables auto cutter function.
NO: Disables auto cutter function.
• 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 for bill on receipt (0 to 30)
■ 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 (Use the selective entry)
Select the printer to be used from the following:
TM-T88(3)/T88(4)
TM-U220/230
TM-U295
TM-T88(3)(4)+LOGO
• 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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• VP PRINT TIMES (Use the numeric entry)
Number of times of validation printing (0 to 9)
■ 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.
The screen continues.
• PRINTER (Use the selective entry)
Select the printer to be used from the following:
TM-T88(3)/T88(4)
TM-U220/230
BUILT-IN(810) (Built-in printer)
BUILT-IN(820) (Built-in printer)
• AUTO CUTTER (Use the selective entry)
Auto cutter function
YES: Enables auto cutter function.
NO: Disables auto cutter function.
• PRINT TYPE (Use the selective entry)
Select the type of receipt print formats.
ADDITION: Addition
S/D:
Single/Double
ADD.+S:
Addition + Single
D ADD.:
Double addition
D ADD+S: Double addition + Single
• 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)
• INITIAL FEED# (Use the numeric entry)
Initial line feed for a remote printer (0 to 64)
• SORT RCPT. CUTTING (Use the selective entry)
Sort receipt cutting between each sort group
YES: Enables sort receipt cutting.
NO: Disables sort receipt cutting.
• SEQUENTIAL PRINT (Use the selective entry)
Sequential print from sort group 1 except header and footer
YES: Enables sequential print.
NO: Disables sequential print.
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■ BCR (SCANNER)
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• CHANNEL# (Use the numeric entry)
Channel number (0 through 7)
When you program as “0”, no RS-232 channel is assigned.
• BAUD RATE (Use the selective entry)
Transmission speed (baud rate)
19200 bps/9600 bps/4800 bps
• DATA BITS (Use the selective entry)
Data bit: 7 bits/8 bits
• PARITY (Use the selective entry)
Parity bit: NON/ODD/EVEN
• STOP BIT (Use the selective entry)
Stop bit: 1 bit/2 bits
■ Scale/On-line
Procedure
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.
■ Pole display
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• WAITING TIME (Use the numeric entry)
Waiting time until the message is displayed on the pole display
(1 to 999)
When you program as “0”, no message is displayed.
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Tax Programming
Use the following procedure to select any option included in the tax group:
Procedure
1.
▼
2.
From the SETTING menu, select “15 TAX.”
• The TAX menu will appear.
Select any option from the following options list:
1 TAX1: Tax 1
3 TAX3: Tax 3
5 TAX5: Tax 5
2 TAX2: Tax 2
4 TAX4: Tax 4
6 TAX6: Tax 6
NOTE
▼
If the D key is pressed on the tax number selection menu, the
tax rate 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%)
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Customer Programming
Use the following procedure to select any option included in the customer programming group:
Procedure
1.
In the SETTING window, select “16 CUSTOMER”.
• The CUSTOMER menu will appear.
▼
2.
Select an option form the following option list:
1 CUSTOMER:
2 CUSTOMER PROG.:
Customer code
Customer programming
The following illustration shows those options included in the customer programming group.
16 CUSTOMER
1 CUSTOMER
2 CUSTOMER PROG.
➡
➡
See “Customer code” on page 206.
See “Customer programming” on page 207.
■ Customer code
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• NAME (Use the character entry)
Enter a customer’s name (max. 16 characters)
• ADDRESS (Use the character entry)
On the second line, enter the customer’s address (max. 40
characters)
• AUTO GROUP DISC.# (Use the numeric entry)
Automatic group discount number (0 to 10)
▼
Selected
customer code
▼
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■ Customer programming
Procedure
Program each item as follows:
• PERIOD(MONTH) (Use the numeric entry)
Preset a period to delete customer detail data.
Enter the period in a unit of month. (01 to 99)
If you enter “00”, the customer detail data will not be deleted.
• LIMIT CHARGE (Use the numeric entry)
Limit of charge amount (max. 8 digits: 0 to 99999999)
NOTE
If the following condition is satisfied, its code is deleted using the deleting operation.
Date of the deleting (Year, Month) Date of the last access (Year, Month) + programmed period + 1
[Ex.] Date of the deleting = (1 to 31)/8/2008, Period = 12 months:
Customer
Date of the last access
Customer A
((1 to 30)/6/2007)
➝ Deleted
Customer B
((1 to 30)/7/2007)
➝ Deleted
Customer C
((1 to 30)/8/2007)
➝ Kept intact
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Order Mask Programming
Use the following procedure to select an option in the order mask programming:
Procedure
1.
In the SETTING window, select “17 ORDER MASK”.
• The ORDER MASK window will appear.
▼
2.
Select an option from the following options list:
1 BRANCHES:
2 TRANSFER MASK:
Branches
Transfer mask
The following illustration shows those options included in the order mask programming.
17 ORDER MASK
1 BRANCHES
2 TRANSFER MASK
➡
➡
See “Branch programming” on page 208.
See “Transfer mask programming” on page 209.
■ Branch programming
You can program branch numbers and branch texts for article order masks.
Procedure
• BRANCHES (Use the numeric entry)
Branch number (max. 8 digits: 1 to 99999999)
• BRANCH NAME (Use the character entry)
Branch name
Up to 16 characters can be entered.
▼
Pertinent
branch number
▼
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■ Transfer mask programming
You can specify a mask no. to be used as stock transfer.
Procedure
• MASK NO. (Use the numeric entry)
Mask number (max. 2 digits: 6 to 25)
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Backup Data Send Programming
Use the following procedure to select the menu option “18 BACKUP SEND”:
■ Backup data send
Your POS terminal can send data to another device by RS232 (channel 2).
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
• SEND DATA (Use the selective entry)
Select one of the following options (data sources):
ALL RAM
SSP
▼
• SPEED (Use the selective entry)
Select one of the following options (data transmission speeds):
PROGRAMMED: Sends data at a programmed speed.
38400bps:
Sends data at 38400 bps.
19200bps:
Sends data at 19200 bps.
9600bps:
Sends data at 9600 bps.
4800bps:
Sends data at 4800 bps.
2400bps:
Sends data at 2400 bps.
Backup Data Receive Programming
Use the following procedure to select the menu option “19 BACKUP RECEIVE”:
■ Backup data receive
Your POS terminal can receive data from another device by RS232 (channel 2).
Program each item as follows:
Procedure
▼
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• SPEED (Use the selective entry)
Select one of the following options(data transmission speeds):
PROGRAMMED: Receives data at a programmed speed.
38400bps:
Receives data at 38400 bps.
19200bps:
Receives data at 19200 bps.
9600bps:
Receives data at 9600 bps.
4800bps:
Receives data at 4800 bps.
2400bps:
Receives data at 2400 bps.
On-line Configuration Programming
Use the following procedure to select the on-line configuration programming.
Please consult your dealer for more details.
Procedure
1.
▼
2.
In the SETTING window, select “20 ONLINE CONFIG”.
• The ONLINE CONFIG window will appear.
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
• 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.)
• AT OPEN STORE (Use the characteristic entry)
Description sent on AT command at the open store operation.
Up to 50 characters can be entered.
• AT CLOSE STOR (Use the characteristic entry)
Description sent on AT command at the close store operation.
Up to 50 characters can be entered.
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PRICE Mode Programming
The PRICE mode programming is mainly used for daily changes of the PLU/EAN’s unit price by a supervisor
or manager.
Procedure
1.
▼
▼
Select “5 PRICE MODE” from the mode selection window.
• The PLU/EAN list will appear.
2.
Select a PLU/EAN code from the list
3.
Program a unit price for the corresponding price level.
• PRICE1 through 8 (Use the numeric entry)
Unit price of each price level (max. 6 digits)
By default, only a price for PRICE1 through 3 can be
entered. If you want to enter a price for PRICE4 through 8,
contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
• PINT PRICE1 through 8 (Use the numeric entry)
Pint price of each price level (max. 6 digits)
By default, only a price for PINT PRICE1 through 3 can be
entered. If you want to enter a price for PINT PRICE4
through 8, contact your authorized SHARP dealer.
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Automatic Sequencing Key Programming
Just one press of an automatic sequencing key enables you to perform a set of frequently used key operations that
are assigned to the automatic sequencing key. There are a maximum of 99 automatic sequencing keys available.
You can also assign a maximum of 15 automatic sequencing keys to each of the 6 AUTO menu keys.
Pressing an AUTO menu key opens a menu window to select the assigned automatic sequencing keys.
■ Auto menu programming
Setting auto menu
Procedure
Select “8 AUTO KEY MODE” from
the mode selection window.
▼
▼
▼
▼
1.
Select “1 AUTO MENU”.
2.
Select a pertinent AUTO menu key.
3.
Select “1 SETTING”.
4.
Select a pertinent key number.
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■ Auto menu programming (continued)
5.
Select a pertinent automatic sequencing key from “AUTO” to
“AUTO 99” to assign to the AUTO menu key.
The screen continues.
Setting menu title
Procedure
Repeat the procedure 1 - 2 for “Setting
auto menu” on the previous page.
▼
▼
1.
Select “2 MENU TITLE”.
2.
Enter a menu title.
• MENU TITLE (Use the character entry)
Menu title for the AUTO menu key
Up to 16 characters can be entered.
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■ Auto key sequence programming
Procedure
Select “8 AUTO KEY MODE” from
the mode selection window.
▼
▼
▼
1.
2.
3.
Select “2 AUTO KEY SEQUENCE”.
• The AUTO KEY SEQUENCE list is displayed on the main
display area.
• The keyboard is displayed on the keyboard area.
Select a pertinent automatic sequencing key from the AUTO
KEY SEQUENCE list.
Enter the desired key operations to assign to the automatic
sequencing key.
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1
c
NOTE
▼
• If a function menu key is entered, the currently displayed keys
are replaced by the assigned function keys.
• PLU menu keys and AUTO menu keys cannot be entered.
4.
Touch the EXIT key at the lower left of the window to finalize
the programming.
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SD CARD Mode
In the SD CARD mode, you can save and load the data of your POS terminal to and from an SD card for
various purposes. The types of data available in this mode are as follows:
• Sales data
• Electronic journal data
• T-LOG data
• Programming data
• All RAM data
• Customer name list
Use the following procedure to operate in the SD CARD mode.
Installing SD card
1. Push the part of the SD card slot cover indicated by the arrow to
open the cover.
* To close the cover, push the arrowed part in until you hear it click.
2. Insert the SD card into the slot.
* To remove the SD card, push it again, and it comes out of the slot.
Procedure
1.
Select “9 SD CARD MODE” in the mode selection window.
2.
Select a pertinent operation.
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In each menu of this mode, you can perform the following operations:
1 SAVING
1 SAVE ONLY
: Saves the following data of the POS terminal to the SD card.
1 SALES DATA
2 EJ DATA
3 T-LOG DATA
4 PROGRAMMING DATA
2 SAVE & CLEAR : Saves the following data of the POS terminal to the SD card and clears them from the POS terminal.
1 EJ DATA
2 T-LOG DATA
2 LOADING : Loads the following data from the SD card to the POS terminal.
1 PROGRAMMING DATA
2 CUSTOMER NAME LIST
3 FOLDER CONTROL
1 FOLDER CODE
: Specifies the code of the folder to be created, save and load the data into and from.
2 FOLDER CREATE : Creates a new user folder.
4 FORMATTING
NOTE
: Formats the SD card.
• For details, please consult your authorized SHARP dealer.
• To save or load all RAM data, please consult your authorized SHARP dealer.
• This model supports SD cards only. Use of any other types of SD cards such as miniSD,
microSD, etc. with an adapter is not supported.
• Do not turn the POS terminal off when it is accessing the SD card. The data in the card may be broken.
• Formatting the SD card erases all the data in it.
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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 the PGM1 or PGM2 mode.
Select “1 READING” from the PGM1 or PGM2 mode menu to display the items list.
Select an item listed in the table shown later.
Where “RANGE” and/or “PICK UP” are displayed on the screen, select either option. Select “RANGE”
to read program by range, and “PICK UP” to read program by picking up codes. The procedure to
specify a range or to pick up codes are the same as the one in sales report.
On the table, for the item you can specify a range, “*1” is indicated, and for the item you can pick up
codes, “*2” is indicated.
Item:
1 DEPT *
Description:
1
2 PLU/EAN *1*2
3 DYNAMIC EAN *1*2
4 LINK PLU/EAN TABLE *
5 COMBO MEAL *1
6 CONDIMENT TABLE *
7 EAN PLU CONVERT *
1
1
8 ITF PLU CONVERT
9 CRATE TABLE *
1
10 PROMOTION TABLE *
Department
PGM1 or PGM2
PLU/EAN
PGM1 or PGM2
Dynamic EAN
PGM1 or PGM2
Link PLU table
PGM2
Combo meal
PGM2
Condiment table
PGM2
EAN-to-PLU converting table
PGM2
ITF-to-PLU converting table
PGM2
Crate table
PGM2
Promotion table
PGM2
11 EAN OTHERS
EAN other functions
PGM2
12 PLU INFORMATION *1
PLU information text
PGM2
13 PLU MENU KEY
PLU menu key
PGM2
14 SCALE TABLE
Scale table
PGM2
15 HAPPY HOUR
Happy hour
PGM2
16 FUNCTION GROUPS
Function groups
PGM1 or PGM2
17 MEDIA
Media key
PGM2
18 TRAINING TEXT/CLK
Training text/clerk
PGM2
19 CLERK
Clerk
PGM1 or PGM2
20 CASHIER
Cashier
PGM1 or PGM2
Manager
PGM2
1
21 MANAGER
22 EMPLOYEE *
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1
Available mode:
Employee
PGM2
23 WORKING TIME SHIFT
Working time shift
PGM2
24 JOB LOCATE TBL
Job location table
PGM2
25 CONTACTLESS KEY
Contactless key (only display)
PGM2
26 OPTIONAL
Optional features
PGM2
27 REPORT
Report
PGM2
28 FUNCTION TEXT
Function text
PGM2
29 FUNCTION KEY
Function key
PGM2
30 FUNCTION MENU KEY
Function menu key
PGM2
1
Item:
Description:
Available mode:
Department group
PGM2
32 PLU GROUP
PLU group
PGM2
33 PLU HOURLY GROUP
PLU hourly group
PGM2
34 MESSAGE
Message
PGM2
35 TAX
Tax
PGM2
36 AUTO MENU
Auto menu
PGM2
37 AUTO KEY SEQUENCE
Auto key sequence
PGM2
38 CUSTOMER *
Customer
PGM2
39 CUSTOMER PROG.
Customer control
PGM2
40 BRANCHES *
Branches
PGM2
41 TRANSFER MASK
Transfer mask
PGM2
42 DEVICE CONFIG
Device configuration
PGM2
43 DIRECT KEY
Direct key
PGM2
44 ONLINE CONFIG
On-line configuration
PGM2
45 INLINE CONFIG *3
In-line configuration
PGM2
46 MWS CONFIG
MWS configuration
PGM2
31 DEPT. GROUP
1
1
47 VMP CONFIG
VMP configuration
PGM2
48 ROM VERSION
ROM version
PGM2
*3 The sub-menus “INLINE PRESET” and “SIGN ON CLERK” appear after “INLINE CONFIG” is selected.
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13 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 or OPXZ (only printing) mode.
It is possible to use filter functions (consecutive no./date/time/clerk code).
C.C. No. (Consecutive no.): ALL or RANGE (designate start no./end no.)
DATE (Date):
ALL or RANGE (designate start date/end date)
TIME (Time):
ALL or RANGE (designate start time/end time)
CLERK (Clerk code):
ALL or INDIVIDUAL (designate clerk code)
• Resetting (Z report)
It is possible to take the resetting report of the journal data in the electronic journal file by the report printer.
Operation: Select the resetting operation “E.JOURNAL” in X1/Z1 or OPXZ mode.
The filter functions (consecutive no./date/time/clerk code) can not be used.
■ Data clear
Use the following procedure to perform the data clear operation.
Procedure
1.
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2.
In the PGM2 MODE window, select “4 DATA CLEAR”.
• The DATA CLEAR window will appear.
Select the pertinent operation.
14 European Article Number (EAN) or
Universal Product Code (UPC)
■ EAN or UPC code
Your machine can transact the following codes:
• UPC-A (Number system character: 0, 2, 3, 4)
• UPC-E
• EAN-8
• EAN-13
• Internal code EAN-8/EAN-13
For the codes used in-store marking, there are two types of PLU type (treated as a code like PLU code) and
Non-PLU type (price/quantity information is included in the code).
When a code is non-PLU type, the price/quantity in the code is read for sales entry (in case of quantity,
“quantity multiplys preset unit price” is processed to obtain price.)
UPC-A
• Number system character: 0 <used in the source marking>
• Number system character: 3 <used as NDC or HRI>
C
0
Maker code
Check digit
Number system character
For entry, a full 12 digits number or 11 digits number (omitting
the check digits) must be entered.
D
Item code
C
3
D
NCD (or HRI) format
• Number system character: 2 <In-store marking Non-PLU type>
2
You can program the format in “EAN NON-PLU” in ARTICLE
setting.
• Number system character: 4 <In-store marking PLU type>
4
*
*
Item code
*
*
*
C
D
Price
Price check digit
C
D
(Free code)
For entry, a full 12 digits number, 11 digits number (omitting
the check digit), or a leading zero plus 12 digits number must
be entered.(Any numbers are allowed for the digits marked with *, and on the receipt/journal, non-PLU
type code is printed like 2020008**** (****: price information).)
UPC-E
• UPC-E is a zero-suppressed version of UPC-A that conforms
to the UPC-E Standards. This code is used for marking small
package.
For entry, a 6 digits number or a leading zero plus 6 digits
number must be entered.
EAN-8
• Ordinary EAN-8 code (flag: neither 0 nor 2) <used in the
source marking>
C
D
Maker code
Nation code
Item code
For entry, a full 8 digits number must be entered.
• Internal code (flag 2) <in-store marking non-PLU short type>
Program the format in “EAN NON-PLU” in ARTICLE setting.
• Internal code (flag 0) <in-store marking PLU short type>
For entry, a full 8 digits number must be entered. On the
receipt/journal, non-PLU type code is printed like 208**** (****:
price/quantity information)
C
2
D
(Free format)
Program the format in EAN NON-PLU.
C
0
D
(Free code)
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EAN-13
• Ordinary EAN-13 code (used in the source marking)
• Specific EAN-13 code (flag 977, 978, 979) (used in the source
marking: ISBM, ISSN)
C
Maker code
D
Item code
Nation code
For entry, you must enter a full of 13 digits number.
• Internal code (used in the in-store marking, the flag character
number: 20 through 29 and 02)
Program the format in “EAN NON-PLU” in ARTICLE setting.
C
Flag
02, 20-29
• EAN press code (used for press articles)
For a press article, you must use a 13 digits number EAN code plus a 2-digit or 5-digit add-on code,
though your register can register 13 digits number EAN code without an add-on code.
NOTE
The format for press articles is decided unique by each country. For the formats for other
countries than the ones shown below, please ask your authorized SHARP dealer.
German type 2
(EURO code - The price is coded in EURO
from January 2002)
Currency for price is EURO.
Article code
C
D (+ Add-on code)
C
D (+ Add-on code)
Price (xx.xx)
Prefix code 414 or 419
United Kingdom
Currency for price is GBP.
Article code
Price (xx.xx)
Prefix code 988 or 989
France
Currency for price on the prefix code 378 is
EURO, and 379 is FFr. (The price is
converted automatically according to EURO
status.)
Sweden
Currency for price is SKr.
3 7 8
Prefix code
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C
D (+ Add-on code)
C
D (+ Add-on code)
Price (xx.xx)
Supplier code
7 3 8 8
Prefix code
NOTE
S
Article code
Article code
D
(Free format)
Program the format in EAN NON-PLU.
Price (xxx.x)
• The availability of these press codes on your register depends on the programming.
• Since the price in a press code is read for sales entries, and the currency is decided by the
code, note that the code you enter for sales matches your domestic currency.
■ Add-on code
UPC-A and EAN-13 may be followed by a two digits number or a five digits number as add-on code,
excepting UPC-A without a check digit plus two or five digits add-on code.
Therefore, the total number of digits enterable for sales entries are as shown below:
Code entry
No add-on code
2-digit add-on code
5-digit add-on code
UPC-A
12
14
17
UPC-A w/leading zero
13
15
18
UPC-A w/o check digit
11
–
–
UPC-E
6
–
–
EAN-8
8
–
–
EAN-13
13
15
18
NOTE
Your register automatically judges the add-on code in an EAN code entered from the total
number of digits and the flag.
■ EAN file
Your POS terminal has an EAN main file and can provide a Dynamic EAN (D-EAN) file.
EAN main file
In general use, all EAN items are managed in the EAN main file.
The programming data and sales information is recorded in the EAN main file.
Dynamic EAN file
If an dynamic EAN file is allocated, the items entered by EAN learning function (refer to “EAN learning
function” section.) are saved in this file temporarily. (If not generated, they are directly saved in the EAN
main file.) The data saved temporarily can be transferred to the EAN main file when necessary by
executing D-EAN LOAD in the PGM2 mode.
If you want to use the dynamic EAN file, consult your authorized SHARP dealer.
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15 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 carefully 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).
Items
▲
selectable
selectable
selectable
▲ ▲
From type (A)
From type (B)
From type (C)
Type (B), (C), or (D)
Type (C), (D)
Type (D)
Type (B)
Type (C)
Type (D)
General Z1 report
ISSUE
ISSUE
ISSUE
General Z2 report
ISSUE
ISSUE
ISSUE
—
CLEAR
CLEAR
GT1/GT2/GT3 memory
Exchange1 amount printing for total and change
YES
YES
NO
Exchange1 amount printing for total validation print
YES
YES
NO
DIVISION
MULTI
MULTI
Domestic currency symbol
—
[EURO]
[EURO]
Domestic TAB
—
2
2
Conversion of preset prices of Dept./PLU/EAN*
—
YES
YES
Exchange1 calculation method
Exchange1 currency descriptor
Exchanger1 TAB
[EURO]
2
The current
domestic
currency symbol
The current
domestic TAB
—
—
The marked items “—” is remaining the current data.
*: The preset rate of the , key is applied as the conversion rate, and the calculation method is set to
“division”. When the conversion has been made, the message “PRICE CONVERTED” is printed on the
report.
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Setting the date and time when the automatic EURO modification operation should be executed
To certainly execute the automatic modification operation, you can program the scheduled date and time to
execute the automatic EURO modification operation. From ten days before the preset date, the remaining
days are printed at the bottom of the daily full resetting report.
Date and time setting will be reset after the execution of automatic modification operation, and again you
can program the date and time for the next automatic modification operation.
Also you can make the automatic EURO modification operation compulsory. When the above-mentioned
preset date and time has come, and also when you start an entry in the REG/MGR mode, the error
message “EURO CHANGE ENTRY COMPULSORY” will be displayed. You cannot start any operation in
the REG/MGR mode until you make the operation.
Automatic EURO modification operation
1. Select the X2/Z2 mode.
2. Select “8 EURO STATUS” from the menu.
3. Select the status you want to set (B, C or D) referring to the table on the previous page. Press the
. key to toggle the options.
Please note that once you set a status, you cannot return to the previous status(es).
Important note
As for the miscellaneous keys, such as J and ) keys, and for the HALO setting, the automatic
conversion will not be made. You need to change the % rates or amounts in the PGM1/PGM2 mode
after the execution of the automatic modification operation for EURO so that they are based on
amounts in EURO.
NOTE
NOTE
It is executed some of following operation 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”. (9) Change PGM function
“Converting the preset unit prices of departments/PLUs/EANs to the ones in EURO currency YES/NO. (10) Set “Exchange1 currency descriptor” as the suitable data. (11) Set “Exchange1
TAB as the suitable
This job cannot set the following additional EURO function. You must set the following items by
each programming after executing the automatic EURO modification operation.
(1) Exchange1 rate, (2) “Check, Credit operation for Exchange1 — YES/NO”
(3) Foreign currency drawer number (if installed)
Also when you are using any of the < through + keys, you must change these rates.
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16 Operator Maintenance
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.
• When power failure is encountered during a printing cycle, the
POS terminal prints “========” and then carries out the
correct printing procedure after power recovery. (See the
sample print.)
In Case of Printer Error
If the printer runs out of paper, the printer will stall, and “PAPER EMPTY” will appear on the display. Key
entries will not be accepted. Referring to “Installing and Removing the Paper Roll” in this chapter, install a
new paper roll in the proper position, then press the L key. The printer will print the power failure symbol
and resume printing.
If the print head comes up, the printer stalls, and “HEAD UP” will appear on the display. Key entries will not
be accepted. Bring back the print head to the correct position, then press the L key. The printer will print
the power failure symbol and resume printing.
Thermal Printing
Your POS terminal prints by means of thermal printing. The print head applies heat to thermal paper which
is chemically treated to change color when heated to a certain level. This creates the printed text.
■ Cautions in handling the printer
Printing position
Head-up
position
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• If you are not going to use the POS terminal for an
extended period of time, pull the print head release
lever toward you so that the print head is set apart
from the plate.
• Avoid the following environments:
Dusty and humid places
Direct sunlight
Iron powder (A permanent magnet and electromagnet are used in this machine.)
• Use the print head release lever only when necessary.
• Never pull the paper when it is in contact with the print head. First release the head with the print head
release lever, and then remove the paper.
• Never touch the surface of the print head.
• Never touch around the print head and the motor during printing or before they have had sufficient time to
cool.
■ Cautions in handling the recording paper (thermal paper)
• Use only the paper specified by SHARP.
• Do not unpack the thermal paper until you are ready to use it.
• Avoid heat. The paper will color at around 70°C.
• Avoid dusty and humid places for storage. Avoid direct sunlight.
• The printed text on the paper can discolor under the following conditions:
Exposure to high humidity and temperature
Exposure to the direct sunlight
Contact with glue, thinner or a freshly copied blueprint.
Heat caused by friction from scratching or other such means.
Contact with a rubber eraser or adhesive tape.
• Be very careful when handling the thermal paper. If you want to keep a permanent record, copy the printed
text with a photocopier.
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Installing and Removing the Paper Roll
■ Recording paper specifications
Be sure to use paper rolls specified by SHARP.
The use of any other paper rolls than specified could cause paper jamming, resulting in POS terminal
malfunction.
Paper specification
Paper width:
57.5 ± 0.5 mm
Max. outside diameter: 80 mm
Quality:
Thermal paper
Paper tube:
18 mm
• Be sure to set paper roll(s) prior to using your machine, otherwise it may cause a malfunction.
Install the paper roll in the printer. Be careful then to set the roll and cut the paper end correctly.
NOTE
If the top end of the paper roll is fixed with paste or tape, the paper may lose its color
development ability in the pasted or taped area due to the deterioration of the heat-sensitive
color development component of the paper surface. This may result in nothing appearing at this
location when printing is performed. Therefore, when setting a new paper roll in the machine, be
sure to cut off approximately one revolution (approx. 25 cm long).
(How to set the paper roll)
(How to cut the paper end)
To the printer
To the printer
Correct
Incorrect
Correct
Incorrect
■ Installing the paper roll
Installing the receipt paper roll
1. Select the REG mode after connecting the AC cord and
turning on the POS terminal.
2. Remove the printer cover.
3. Check that the print head release lever is in its printing
position.
4. Set the paper correctly as illustrated above in the paper
roll location (receipt side) of the printer.
5. Insert the end of the paper into the paper chute as
Printing position
Manual cutter
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shown on the left. It will automatically be fed through the
printer.
6. Cut off the excess paper that comes out of the printer
with the manual cutter.
7. Replace the printer cover.
Installing the journal paper roll
1. Select the REG mode after connecting the AC cord and
turning on the POS terminal.
2. Remove the printer cover.
3. Check that the print head release lever is in its printing
position.
4. Set the paper correctly as illustrated on the previous
page in the paper roll location (journal side) of the printer.
5. Insert the end of the paper into the paper chute. It will
automatically be fed through the printer.
6. Insert the end of the paper into the slit in the paper takeup spool. (Press the Ì key to feed more paper through
if required.)
7. Wind the paper two or three turns around the spool shaft
as shown on the left.
8. Set the spool on the bearing.
9. Replace the printer cover.
Printing position
• When you want to manually install a new roll of paper while your machine is turned off, follow the steps
shown below:
1 Pull the print head release lever toward you to lift up the print head.
2. Correctly place the new paper roll into the receipt/journal paper roll location.
3. Insert the paper end into the paper chute until it comes out of the printer.
4. Cut or roll the paper onto the take-up spool as described for automatic installation.
5. Return the print head release lever to its original position.
■ Removing the paper roll
When a red dye appears on the paper roll, it is time to replace the existing paper roll. Replace the paper roll
with a new one. If you plan not to use your POS terminal for an extended period of time, remove the paper
roll, and store it in the appropriate place.
Removing the receipt paper roll
1. Remove the printer cover.
2. Cut the paper behind the printer and near the paper roll.
3. Press the Ï key until the paper remaining in the printer
comes out completely.
4. Remove the paper roll from the back of the printer.
NOTE
Do not pull the paper through the printer.
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Removing the journal paper roll
1. Remove the printer cover.
2. Press the Ì key to advance the journal paper until its
printed part is out of the way.
Area to cut
3. Cut the paper and remove the take-up spool.
4. Cut the paper behind the printer and near the paper roll.
5. Press the Ì key until the paper remaining in the printer
comes out completely.
6. Remove the paper roll from the back of the printer.
NOTE
Do not pull the paper through the printer.
7. Remove the outer side of the take-up spool as shown on
the left.
8. Remove the printed journal roll from the take-up spool.
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■ Prevention of paper jams
Keep the following points in mind to prevent paper jams.
• Do not touch the receipt while it is being printed.
• Cut off the receipt after the printing is finished. You hear the cutter sound when the printing is finished.
• Pulling the receipt during the printing may cause paper jams.
How to pull the receipt paper after the printing
How to pull the receipt (Correct)
Pull the receipt paper obliquely upward from behind holding
the middle of its side.
How to pull the short receipt (Correct)
In case the receipt is short, always cut if off after the
printing is finished.
How to pull the receipt (Incorrect)
Do not press the receipt paper from above or hold it in the
way so that it is squashed. This may result in a paper jam.
How to pull the receipt (Incorrect)
Do not pull the receipt paper (obliquely) rightward or
leftward. This may result in a paper jam.
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■ Removing a paper jam
Precaution: Be very careful with the cutter, so as not to cut yourself. Never touch the print head
immediately after printing, because the head may still be hot.
1. Remove the printer cover.
2. Remove the receipt paper, and if the paper jam is at the
Cutter open tab
journal paper, remove the journal paper, too.
3. While pushing the cutter open tab, pull up the cutter unit.
Cutter unit
Pull all the way forward
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4. Pull the print head release lever all the way forward
(after it stops at one position, continue pulling forward
until it stops again and cannot be pulled forward any
further).
5. Remove the paper jam. Check for and remove any
shreds of paper that may remain in the printer.
6. Return the print head release lever to its original
position.
7. Return the cutter unit to its original position. Make sure
the metal part is surely hooked to the cutter open tab.
8. Reset the paper roll(s) correctly by following the steps in
“Installing the paper roll”.
9. Replace the printer cover.
Cleaning the Print Head
When the printed text is getting dark or faint, paper dust may be stuck to the print head. Clean the print head as follows:
1. Select the OFF mode.
2. Remove the printer cover.
3. Remove the paper roll(s).
4. While pushing the cutter open tab, pull up the cutter unit.
5. Pull the print head release lever all the way forward
Cutter open tab
(after it stops at one position, continue pulling forward
until it stops again and cannot be pulled forward any
further).
Cutter unit
Print head
6. Clean the print head with a soft rag moistened with ethyl
alcohol or isopropyl alcohol.
7. Return the print head release lever to its original position
immediately after cleaning.
8. Return the cutter unit to its original position.
Make sure
the metal part is surely hooked to the cutter open tab.
9. Reset the paper roll(s) correctly by following the step in
“Installing the paper roll”.
10. Replace the printer cover.
Precautions:
Never touch the print head with a tool or anything hard
as it may damage the head.
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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
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Checking
• The display does not illuminate.
• Is power supplied to the electric outlet?
• Is the power cord plug out or loosely connected to
the electrical outlet?
• Is the power switch in the “ON” position?
• Is the terminal in screen-save mode?
• The display is illuminated, but the whole machine
refuses entries.
• Is a cashier code assigned to the POS terminal?
• Is a clerk code assigned to the POS terminal?
• Is the POS terminal in the REG mode?
• No receipt is issued.
•
•
•
•
• No journal paper is taken up.
• Is the take-up spool installed on the bearing
properly?
• Is there a paper jam?
• Printing is unusual.
• Is the print head release lever at the printing
position?
• Is the paper roll properly installed?
Is the receipt paper roll properly installed?
Is there a paper jam?
Is the receipt function in the “OFF” status?
Is the print head release lever at the printing
position?
17 Options
List of Options
For your UP-820F POS terminal, the following options are available:
For details, contact your authorized SHARP dealer. Do not try to install any options yourself.
1. External printer model TM-T88III/T88IV, TM-U220/230 or TM-U295*
2. Remote customer display model UP-P20DPB
3. Remote drawer model ER-03DWB4/05DWB5
4. Remote coin case model ER-48CC2, ER-48CC3 or ER-58CC
5. Remote coin case cover model ER-01CV1-5, ER-02CV1-5 or ER-03CV
6. RAM memory board model UP-S04MB2
7. Magnetic card reader model UP-E13MR3
8. EFT interface model UP-I04EF
9. Contactless clerk keys model UP-R10CL2
* The external printer TM series are not SHARP products.
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18 Specifications
Model:
UP-820F
Dimensions:
349 (W)* x 439 (D) x 261 (H) mm
Weight:
6.1 kg
Power source:
Official (nominal) voltage and frequency
Power consumption:
Stand-by: 28W (When the official voltage is 220 to 230V, 50Hz/60Hz)
Operating: 63W (max.) (When the official voltage is 220 to 230V, 50Hz/60Hz)
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 25 °C)
Display:
Operator display:
Customer display:
* Including the touch panel.
Color LCD module and Touch panel
400 (W) X 240 (H) (dots)
7-segment display (7 positions)
Printer:
Type:
Printing speed:
Printing capacity:
Other functions:
2-station thermal printer
Max. 17.3 lines/second
30 digits for receipt paper
• Graphic logo printing function
• Logo message function
• Receipt (ON-OFF) function
• Receipt paper feed function
Paper roll:
Width: 57.5 ± 0.5 mm
Max. diam.: 80 mm
Quality: High quality (0.06 to 0.08 mm thickness)
Accessories:
Basic User Manual
Standard key sheet
Programming key sheet
Paper roll
Take-up spool
1 copy
1 (placed under keyboard cover)
1 (placed under keyboard cover)
2
1
* Specifications and appearance subject to change without notice for improvement.
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Hereby SHARP CORPORATION declares that this CONTACTLESS CLERK KEY UNIT (KEY Model:
RUNTZ3844RCZZ and BODY Model: RUNTZ3845RCZZ) is in compliance with the essential requirements
and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
SHARP CORPORATION vakuuttaa täten että CONTACTLESS CLERK KEY UNIT (KEY Model:
RUNTZ3844RCZZ ja BODY Model: RUNTZ3845RCZZ) tyyppinen laite on direktiivin 1999/5/EY oleellisten
vaatimusten ja sitä koskevien direktiivin muiden ehtojen mukainen.
Hierbij verklaart SHARP CORPORATION dat het toestel CONTACTLESS CLERK KEY UNIT (KEY Model:
RUNTZ3844RCZZ en BODY Model: RUNTZ3845RCZZ) in overeenstemming is met de essentiële eisen en
de andere relevante bepalingen van richtlijn 1999/5/EG.
Par la présente SHARP CORPORATION déclare que l’appareil CONTACTLESS CLERK KEY UNIT (KEY
Model: RUNTZ3844RCZZ et BODY Model: RUNTZ3845RCZZ) est conforme aux exigences essentielles et
aux autres dispositions pertinentes de la directive 1999/5/CE.
Härmed intygar SHARP CORPORATION att denna CONTACTLESS CLERK KEY UNIT (KEY Model:
RUNTZ3844RCZZ och BODY Model: RUNTZ3845RCZZ) står l överensstämmelse med de väsentliga
egenskapskrav och övriga relevanta bestämmelser som framgår av direktiv 1999/5/EG.
Undertegnede SHARP CORPORATION erklærer herved, at følgende udstyr CONTACTLESS CLERK KEY
UNIT (KEY Model: RUNTZ3844RCZZ og BODY Model: RUNTZ3845RCZZ) overholder de væsentlige krav
og øvrige relevante krav i direktiv 1999/5/EF.
Hiermit erklärt SHARP CORPORATION, dass sich das Gerät CONTACTLESS CLERK KEY UNIT (KEY
Model: RUNTZ3844RCZZ und BODY Model: RUNTZ3845RCZZ) in Übereinstimmung mit den
grundlegenden Anforderungen und den übrigen einschlägigen Bestimmungen der Richtlinie 1999/5/EG
befindet.
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Model: RUNTZ3844RCZZ KAI BODY Model: RUNTZ3845RCZZ) ™YMMOPºøNETAI ¶PO™ TI™
OY™Iø¢EI™ A¶AITH™EI™ KAI TI™ §OI¶E™ ™XETIKE™ ¢IATA•EI™ TH™ O¢H°IA™ 1999/5/EK.
Con la presente SHARP CORPORATION dichiara che questo CONTACTLESS CLERK KEY UNIT (KEY
Model: RUNTZ3844RCZZ ed BODY Model: RUNTZ3845RCZZ) è conforme ai requisiti essenziali ed alle
altre disposizioni pertinenti stabilite dalla direttiva 1999/5/CE.
Por medio de la presente, SHARP CORPORATION declara que el CONTACTLESS CLERK KEY UNIT
(KEY Model: RUNTZ3844RCZZ y BODY Model: RUNTZ3845RCZZ) cumple con los requisitos esenciales
y cualesquiera otras disposiciones aplicables o exigibles de la Directiva 1999/5/CE.
SHARP CORPORATION declara que este CONTACTLESS CLERK KEY UNIT (KEY Model:
RUNTZ3844RCZZ e BODY Model: RUNTZ3845RCZZ) está conforme com os requisitos essenciais e outras
disposições da Directiva 1999/5/CE.
Hér me ly´sir SHARP CORPORATION yfir ví a CONTACTLESS CLERK KEY UNIT (KEY Model:
RUNTZ3844RCZZ og BODY Model: RUNTZ3845RCZZ) er í samræmi vi grunnkröfur og a rar kröfur, sem
ger ar eru í tilskipun 1999/5/EC.
SHARP CORPORATION erklærer herved at utstyret CONTACTLESS CLERK KEY UNIT (KEY Model:
RUNTZ3844RCZZ og BODY Model: RUNTZ3845RCZZ) er i samsvar med de grunnleggende krav og øvrige
relevante krav i direktiv 1999/5/EF.
According to article 6 (3) of the directive 99/5/EC this manual contains a declaration of conformity for the
“Contactless Clerk Key & Key Body”, which is mounted in this POS terminal.
Gemäß Artikel 6 (3) der Direktive 99/5/EG beinhaltet diese Bedienungsanleitung eine Konformitätserklärung für den in diesem POS-Kassenterminal eingebauten “Contactless Clerk Key & Key Body”.
Selon l’article 6 (3) de la directive 99/5/CE, ce manuel contient la déclaration de conformité de “Contactless
Clerk Key & Key Body” qui sont montés sur ce Terminal de Point de Vente.
Según el artículo 6 (3) de la directiva 99/5/CE, este manual contiene una declaración de conformidad para
“Contactless Clerk Key & Key Body” que están montadas en este terminal POS.
Environment Protection
The device is supported by a battery. To dispose the battery safely to protect the environment,
please note the following points:
• Take the used battery to your local waste depot, dealer or customer service centre for recycling.
• Do not throw the used battery into fire, into water or into the household waste!
Umweltschutz
Das Gerät wird durch eine Batterie gestützt. Um die Batterie sicher und umweltschonend zu
entsorgen, beachten Sie bitte folgende Punkte:
• Bringen Sie die leere Batterie zu Ihrer örtlichen Mülldeponie, zum Händler oder zum
Kundenservice-Zentrum zur Entsorgung.
• Werfen Sie die leere Batterie niemals ins Feuer, ins Wasser oder in den Hausmüll.
Protection de l’environnement
L’appareil est supporté sur pile. Afin de protéger l’environnement, nous vous recommendons de
traiter la pile usagée la façon suivante:
• Apporter la pile usagée à votre centre de traitement des ordures ménagères le plus proche ou,
à votre revendeur ou, au service après-vente, pour recyclement.
• Ne jamais jeter la pile usagée dans une source de chaleur, dans l’eau ou dans les vide-ordures.
Miijöskydd
Denna produkt nöddrivs av batteri.
Vid batteribyte skall följande iakttagas:
• Det förbrukade batteriet skall inlämnas till er lokala handlare eller till kommunal miljöstation för
återinssamling.
• Kasta ej batteriet i vattnet eller i hushållssoporna. Batteriet får ej heller utsätttas för öppen eld.
Geräuschpegel LpA: 61,2 dB
Gemessen nach EN ISO 7779:2001
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