ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER
MODEL
XE-A107
FULL DETAILED INSTRUCTION MANUAL
CAUTION:
The cash register should be securely fitted to the supporting platforms to avoid instability when the drawer
is 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 AC adapter.
VORSICHT:
Zur vollständigen elektrischen Trennung vom Netz den AC Adapter.
ATTENTION:
Pour obtenir une mise hors-circuit totale, débranchez l’adaptateur secteur.
AVISO:
Para una desconexión eléctrica completa, desenchufar el adaptador de CA.
VARNING:
För att helt koppla från strömmen, dra ut nätadaptern.
LET OP:
Maak de netspanningsadapter los om de stroomtoevoer volledig uit te schakelen.
INTRODUCTION
Thank you very much for your purchase of the SHARP Electronic Cash Register, Model XE-A107.
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.
CAUTION!
Never install the batteries into the cash register before initializing it. Before you start operating the
cash register, you must first initialize it, then install three new alkaline batteries LR6 (“AA” size) on
the register. Otherwise, distorted memory contents and malfunction of the cash register will occur.
For this procedure, please refer to pages 6 to 7.
IMPORTANT
•Be very careful when removing and replacing the printer cover, as the cutter mounted on it is very
sharp.
•Install the register in a location not subject to direct sunlight, unusual temperature changes, high
humidity or splashing water.
Installation in such locations could cause damage to the cabinet and the electronic components.
•Never install the register in saline areas (e.g.: close to the sea).
Installing the register in such locations could cause component failure with the corrosion.
•Never operate the register with wet hands.
The water could seep into the interior of the register and cause component failure.
•When cleaning the register, use a dry, soft cloth. Never use solvents, such as benzine and/or
thinner.
The use of such chemicals will lead to discoloration or deterioration of the cabinet.
•The register plugs into any standard wall outlet (official (nominal) voltage).
Other electrical devices on the same electrical circuit could cause the register to malfunction.
•For protection against data loss, please install three alkaline batteries LR6 (“AA” size) after
initializing the register.
•When handling the batteries, please observe the following:
Incorrectly using batteries can cause them to burst or leak, possibly damaging the interior of the
register.
•RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.
•Be sure that the positive (+) and negative (-) poles of each battery are facing in the proper
direction for installation.
•Never mix batteries of different types.
•Never mix old batteries and new ones.
•Never leave dead batteries in the battery compartment.
•Remove the batteries if you do not plan to use the register for long periods.
•Should a battery leak, clean out the battery compartment immediately, taking care to avoid
letting the battery fluid come into direct contact with your skin.
•For battery disposal, follow the corresponding law in your country.
•For complete electrical disconnection, disconnect the AC adapter.
•Be sure to use the attached AC adapter. Otherwise, an electric shock or fire may be caused.
•Do not use the AC adapter in devices other than this register.
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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................................1
IMPORTANT...................................................................................................................1
CONTENTS.....................................................................................................................2
Parts and their Functions.............................................................................................3
When an Error Occurs..................................................................................................5
Preparing the Cash Register........................................................................................6
1 Initializing the Cash Register.......................................................................................... 6
2 Installing Batteries.......................................................................................................... 6
3 Installing a Paper Roll.................................................................................................... 7
Quick Start Operations.................................................................................................8
1
2
3
4
5
Programming Date and Time......................................................................................... 9
Programming Tax........................................................................................................... 9
Programming Department Status................................................................................. 10
Making Basic Sales Entries (Department Entries)....................................................... 11
Reading/Resetting Sales Data..................................................................................... 12
Utilizing Various Features for Sales Entries.............................................................13
PLU Entries....................................................................................................................... 13
Convenient Sales Entries.................................................................................................. 14
VAT (Tax) Calculation........................................................................................................ 15
Discounts and Premiums Using the Percent Key............................................................. 16
Currency Exchange........................................................................................................... 17
No Sale.............................................................................................................................. 17
Refund............................................................................................................................... 17
Non-add Code Number..................................................................................................... 17
Received-on Account and Paid-out Entries....................................................................... 18
Corrections........................................................................................................................ 18
Reading and Resetting of Sales................................................................................19
Flash reports for viewing on the display............................................................................ 19
X reports for reading of sales............................................................................................ 19
Z reports for reading and resetting of sales...................................................................... 20
EURO Migration Function...........................................................................................21
Advanced Programming.............................................................................................23
Department Preset Unit Price Programming..................................................................... 23
PLU Programming............................................................................................................. 23
Percent Key Programming................................................................................................ 24
Exchange Key Programming............................................................................................. 24
Printing Format Programming........................................................................................... 24
Miscellaneous Programming............................................................................................. 25
Consecutive Receipt Number Programming..................................................................... 25
EURO Programming.......................................................................................................... 26
Rounding Programming (For Australian tax system)........................................................ 26
Secret Code Programming................................................................................................ 26
Checking the Programmed Machine Settings..........................................................27
Maintenance.................................................................................................................28
Drawer Handling................................................................................................................ 28
Replacing the Paper Roll................................................................................................... 29
Replacing the Batteries..................................................................................................... 30
Replacing the Ink Roller.................................................................................................... 30
In Case of Power Failure or Paper Jam............................................................................ 30
Before Calling for Service..........................................................................................31
Specifications..............................................................................................................32
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Parts and their Functions
■■ Part Names
Plug the AC adapter connector into the
AC adapter jack, then plug the AC
adapter into the wall outlet.
Mode switch
Display
AC adapter
Printer cover
Keyboard
AC adapter connecter
AC adapter jack
Drawer
Cheque slot
Drawer lock
■■ Keyboard Layout
F:
Q:
l:
G:
v:
T:
%:
U:
Paper feed key
Multiplication/Time display key
Clear key
Escape key
Void key
Paid-out key
Percent key
Received-on account/Value added
tax key
0 :, 1 9:Numeric keys
H:
Department shift key
p:
PLU (Price Look Up) key
! $: Department keys
c:
Credit key
V:
Exchange key
u:
Non-add code/Subtotal key
C:
Cheque key
A: Total/Amount tender/No sale key
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■■ Mode Switch
Insert the mode key (the same key as drawer lock key) into the mode switch and move the key to
get an appropriate mode.
:
Turns the display off. No operations are
possible.
REG: Permits transaction entry.
:
Permits correction after finalizing a
transaction.
X/Flash:Permits printing of sales reports and
Mode key
displaying the flash reports.
Z/PGM: Permits printing and resetting of sales
reports and programming.
■■ Display
Your cash register is equipped with a front LED (Light-Emitting Diode) display that affords easy
visibility of 9 digits for the operator during transaction.
Department code
Repeat
PLU code
Department code:Indicates the department entered.
For example, if department 1 was
pressed, “1” would appear.
PLU code:Indicates the PLU code entered.
Repeat:Indicates the number of times the
same department key or PLU key is
pressed repeatedly. If an entry is
repeated more than ten times, only
the last digit is displayed.
Symbols and figures appearing on the display:
Error:
Appears when an error is made. If this occurs during a transaction because of
an extra digit entry, simply press l and re-enter correctly.
Program:
Appears when the cash register is being programmed in the “Z/PGM” mode.
Finalization: Appears when a transaction is finalized by pressing A, c or C.
Subtotal:
Appears when the cash register computes a subtotal when u is pressed, and
also when an amount tendered is less than the total sales amount.
Change:
Appears whenever a change due amount is displayed.
Exchange:
Appears when V is pressed to calculate a subtotal in foreign currency.
Low battery: Appears when the voltage of the installed batteries is under the required level.
You need to replace the batteries with new ones very soon.
No battery:
Appears when the batteries are not installed, or the installed batteries are dead.
You must immediately replace the batteries with new ones.
NOTE •When the department key sign is set to “minus”, a minus sign (-) appears.
•The decimal point is shown as “ ”.
•When secret code is set, “----” appears when characters are entered.
To display the time and date
Set the mode switch to the REG position, and press Q once to display the time or press Q
twice to display the date.
Press l key to cancel the time/date display.
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When an Error Occurs
When your register goes into an error state, it displays the error message “ ”. Clear the error state
by pressing l and take the appropriate action.
1. When you enter an over 7-digit number to the department or an over 8-digit number
(79999999) to RA(Received-on Account), PO(Paid-Out), credit or cheque:
Press l and make a correct entry.
2.When you make an error in key operation:
Press l and make a correct entry.
3. When you make an entry beyond a programmed entry digit limit:
Check if the entered amount is correct. If correct, check the setting of the entry digit limit.
4. When a subtotal exceeds eight digits (79999999):
Press l and then press A, c or C to finalize the transaction at that point.
5. When the number of an item exceeds 3 digits in multiplication entry:
Press l and re-enter a correct number.
Error Escape Function
When an error or something uncontrollable occurs during transaction entry and you cannot keep the
customer waiting, press G twice (following l when in the error state). You can escape the
situation and finalize the transaction as a cash sale at that time. Transaction entries until then are
registered.
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Preparing the Cash Register
Please do the following before using the register for the first time.
For installing the cash register, find a stable surface near an AC outlet where the cash register will
not subject to water sources or direct sunlight, then install the register.
1 Initializing the Cash Register
For your register to operate properly, you must initialize it before programming for the first time.
Follow this procedure.
1. Insert the mode key into the mode switch and turn the key to the REG
position.
2. Plug the AC adapter connector into the AC adapter jack, then plug the AC
adapter plug into the wall outlet.
IMPORTANT: This operation must be performed without batteries loaded.
Never install the batteries into the register before initializing it. Before you start operating the
register, you must first initialize it, then install three new alkaline batteries LR6 (“AA” size) on
the register. Otherwise, distorted memory contents and malfunction of the register will occur.
3. The register display should now show “
0.00”.
4. Press Q to confirm the clock starts from “
0-00”.
5. Press l to cancel the time display.
NOTE •This register does not have a sound function. No sound will be made when operations
such as pressing keys are performed, however this is normal and is not a malfunction.
•If this does not happen when inserting the AC adapter, then the initialization has not been
done successful. (This will occur when the voltage is high because you operated the
cash register before starting initialization.) Wait at least one minute after pulling out the
AC adapter and reinsert the AC adapter into the AC outlet only after this waiting time has
passed.
2 Installing Batteries
Batteries must be installed in the cash register to prevent data and programmed contents from
being lost from the memory in case of accidental disconnection of the AC adapter or power failure.
Please install three new alkaline batteries LR6 (“AA” size) before programming and operating the
cash register.
NOTE •Before inserting the battery, make sure the AC adapter is connected and the power is on.
•Be sure to observe precautions shown on page 1 when handing batteries.
1. Remove the printer cover.
Caution:The paper cutter is mounted on the printer cover. Be
careful not to cut yourself.
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2. Open the battery cover next to the paper roll cradle.
3. Install three new LR6 (“AA” size) batteries.
sure that the positive (+) and negative (-) poles of
NOTE Be
each battery are facing in the proper direction for
installation.
4. Confirm the no battery symbol “ ” lights off.
5. Close the battery cover.
6. Replace the printer cover.
Be careful with the paper cutter, so as not to cut yourself.
3 Installing a Paper Roll
For the printer, you must install the paper roll provided with the register, even when you program the
register for not printing receipt.
1. Remove the printer cover.
Caution:The paper cutter is mounted on the printer cover. Be careful not to cut yourself.
2. Open the paper guide.
Set a paper roll in the paper roll cradle.
3. Insert the paper straight into the paper inlet, and press F.
The paper then feeds through and appears in the print area.
4. Close the paper guide.
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5. (For journal printing only) Remove the paper holding plate from the spool.
Insert the end of the paper into the slit in the spool.
(Press F to feed more paper if required.)
Wind the paper two or three turns around the spool
shaft.
Mount the paper holding plate onto the take-up
spool.
Paper holding
plate
Spool
Set the spool on the bearing, and press F to take
up excess slack in the paper.
6.Replace the printer cover.
(For receipt printing only)
Pass the paper end through the openings of the printer cover.
Be very careful not to cut yourself on the manual cutter.
NOTE Your register can be also used as Receipt printing.
When using as Receipt printing, refer to the “Printing
Format Programming” section on page 24.
Quick Start Operations
In this section, how to make basic programming which you must program before starting sales
operation and basic sales operation are explained.
Abbreviations and Terminology used in this manual
Dept.: Department; a category for merchandise classifications. Every sales item should belongs
to a department.
PLU: Price Look Up; a category for merchandise classifications. PLUs are used to call up
preset prices by a code entry (1-80).
VAT: Value Added Tax
X report: Report to read sales data
Z report: Report to read and reset sales data
Receipt ON/OFF function: To print or not to print receipts or journals in the REG mode.
NOTE •If your domestic currency decimal position is other than 2, you must change the setting.
For setting, please refer to “Miscellaneous Programming” section on page 25.
•You can continue programming (step 1 through 3 below) without printing the
programming report by not pressing u at each program step. However, to finish
programming, you must press u.
When you press u at the end of programming, the programming report will be printed.
On the report you can check the settings you did. Make sure that your programming is
correctly done.
For reading the report, please refer to “Checking the Programmed Machine Settings”
section on page 27.
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1 Programming Date and Time
For setting the date, enter the date in 6 digits using the day-month-year format.
For setting the time, enter the time in 4 digits using the 24-hour format.
Set the mode switch to the Z/PGM position, then operate the following key
sequences.
u(
Date (DDMMYY)
u: to finish programming)
u ( u: to finish programming)
Time (max. 4 digits in 24-hour format)
Example
In case of 2:30 p.m. on 25 September, 2012:
1430 u(Time)
250912 u (Date)
u (Finish programming)
can change the date format in the Z/PGM mode. If you change the format, follow
NOTE You
the format you changed when setting the date.
2 Programming Tax
Your cash register comes with the the ability to program six kinds of tax system. Program a tax
system required by your region, and program tax rates (00.0000% to 99.9999%) on the tax system
you selected.
Make sure that the mode switch is at the Z/PGM position, then operate the
following key sequences.
Programming the Tax System
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u
A
u(
u: to finish programming)
Parameter A: Tax system
Manual VAT 1-4: 0 (Default) Auto VAT 1-4: 1
Manual VAT 1: 3
Manual Tax 1-4: 4
Auto Tax 1-4: 2
Auto Tax 1-3 and Auto VAT 1: 5
Programming VAT (Tax) Rate
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u
A
Q
u(
B
u: to finish programming)
Q
C
When lower tax limit is specified
Parameters
A: VAT (Tax) 1: 1 VAT (Tax) 2: 2
VAT (Tax) 3: 3
VAT (Tax) 4: 4
B: VAT(tax) rate in 6 digits (00.0000% to 99.9999%) x10000 (Default: 00.0000%)
C: Lower tax limit (0 to 9999) only for TAX system. (Default: 0)
Example
TAX1 = 7.0000 %
9 u 1 Q 70000 u u
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3 Programming Department Status
Merchandise can be classified into eight departments. Items sold with use of the department keys
can later be printed on a report that shows the quantities sold and sales amounts classified by
department. The data is useful for making purchasing decisions and other store operations. When
using a department key, you must set the parameters to specify the department status, such as plus
or minus sign and tax status.
Make sure that the mode switch is at the Z/PGM position, then operate the
following key sequence.
ABCDEFG
Q
(H
) Department key (
Parameters:
A Sign +/B
Normal/SICS (Single Item Cash Sale)
C
VAT4 or TAX4
D
VAT3 or TAX3
E
VAT2 or TAX2
F
VAT1 or TAX1
u: to finish programming)
(Press H to program departments 5 to 8.)
Selection:
+ sign*
Entry:
0
- sign
Normal*
SICS
No*
1
0
1
0
Yes
1
No*
Yes
No*
Yes
No
Yes*
0
1
0
1
0
1
0 through 7 (default: 7)
G Entry digit limit (0 to 7 digits)
*: Default
•Sign
Assign + sign to departments in which normal sale amounts are to be entered, and - sign to
departments in which payments for items such as refunds, bottle returns or other minus
transactions are to be entered.
•SICS (Single Item Cash Sale)
This allows the operator to finalize the transaction entry by entering the unit price of one item and
pressing the department key set for SICS. If the unit price is preset for the department key, you
can finalize the transaction by pressing the department key only.
•Entry digit limit
Setting this parameter for applicable departments prevents the accidental entry of too large an
amount during a sale. For example, if the highest entry to be allowed is 9.99, enter 3. If 0 is
entered you cannot enter a price and only a preset price can be entered.
Example
When you apply VAT2 for department 5:
0000107 Q H! u
Tax 2(E)
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Department 5
4 Making Basic Sales Entries (Department Entries)
In this section, the basic sales entry method using department key with simple correction (void)
method is explained. For more information such as PLU entries, VAT(tax) entries and entries using
function keys, please refer to “Utilizing Various Features for Sales Entries” section on page 13.
Example
Selling a 15.00 item (dept. 1) and an 8.00 item (dept. 7) for cash and receiving
25.00 from your customer. (tax system: manual VAT1-4)
1.Set the mode switch to the REG position.
2.Enter the price for the department item (in case of 15.00).
3.Press the appropriate department key. (in case of department 1)
4.Enter the price for the department item (in case of 8.00).
5.Press the appropriate department key. (in case of department 7)
For department 5 to department 8, press H before pressing the department key.
Repeat steps 4 and 5 for all the department items.
6.Press u to display the amount due. (In case you do not print the tax amount in step 7, you can
omit this step.)
7.Press U to print the tax amount in case your tax system is manual VAT1-4 system (default
setting). (You can omit this step.)
8.Enter the amount received from the customer. (You can omit this step if the amount tendered is
the same as the subtotal.)
9.Press A, and the change due is displayed and the drawer is opened.
10.Tear off the receipt and give it to the customer (in case you programmed receipt printing) with
his or her change displayed.
11.Close the drawer.
NOTE •When paid by cheque, press C instead of A.
•When paid by credit, omit the step 8 and press c instead of A.
•If you preset unit prices to departments, you can omit entering the unit price of the
department item, that is, omit the step 2 and 4 shown above. For the programming, refer
to the “Department Preset Unit Price Programming” section on page 23.
•For details on the corrections, please refer to “Corrections” section on page 18.
Key operation example
15: !
8:
H#
u
U
25:
A
Operator display
Receipt print
Date
Time
Consecutive No.
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5 Reading/Resetting Sales Data
In order to check sales, you can read a sales report. Also you should reset sales data after you
practicing your cash register.
To read a sales report, you should take an X report; set the mode switch to the X/Flash position, and
press A.
To reset sales, you should take a Z report; set the mode switch to the Z/PGM position, and press
C. The sales data accumulated and the ground total (GT) is cleared.
If you print a Z report without grand total (GT) resetting, press A.
To issue an X report:
1. Set the mode switch to the X/Flash position.
2. Press A.
To issue a Z report with resetting of GT (after practicing):
1. Set the mode switch to the Z/PGM position.
2. Press C.
To issue a Z report without resetting of GT:
1. Set the mode switch to the Z/PGM position.
2. Press A.
For reading and resetting of actual sales data, please refer to “Reading and Resetting of Sales”
section on page 19. You should reset sales data at the end of each day to clear sales data.
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Utilizing Various Features for Sales Entries
Before making sales entries, make sure that a paper roll is installed in case
receipt function is on. Also make sure to turn the mode switch to the REG
position.
PLU Entries
Enter the PLU code of a PLU item and press p. The PLU item will be registered.
Example
Selling a PLU1 item and a PLU15 item by credit.
Key operation example
1p
15p
c
Receipt print
use PLU item sales entry, you must program PLUs. For the programming, refer to
NOTE To
the “PLU Programming” section on page 23.
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Convenient Sales Entries
When selling only item by cash (Single Item Cash Sale (SICS) entry)
When a sale is for only one item paid by cash, such as a pack of cigarettes, you can use SICS
function. It is applicable only to department keys programmed for SICS or to PLUs associated with
such departments. The drawer opens after pressing the department or PLU key.
When entering more than one of the same department or PLU items
You can enter two or more of the same department or PLU item by pressing department or PLU key
repeatedly (repetitive entry), or by using the multiplication key (multiplication entry). It will be
convenient to use the multiplication key when selling the same item in bulk. For operation, refer to
the example shown below.
Example
Repetitive entry
Selling two 2.00 items (dept. 1) and three PLU5 items for cash
Key operation example
Receipt print
2:! !
5p
p
p
A
Example
Multiplication entry
Selling six 1.50 items (dept. 1) and twelve PLU5 items for cheque payment
Key operation example
Receipt print
6Q 150!
12Q
5p
u
C
Mixed tender sale
When the amount tendered by cash or cheque is less than the sales amount including tax, the
display shows a deficit and “ ”. To compensate for the deficit, make an additional amount-tendered
entry or make a credit entry.
Your customer pays 8.30 in cash and 50.00 by credit for an including-tax subtotal
Example
of 58.30.
Key operation example
Receipt print
Amount received in cash
Displays a deficit and “ ”
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50:!
830!
u
830
A
c
VAT (Tax) Calculation
Your cash register provides the following six tax systems.
Your cash register is pre-programmed as manual VAT 1 to 4 system.
Auto VAT 1 to 4 system (automatic operation method using programmed percentages)
This system, at settlement, calculates VAT for taxable 1 through 4 subtotals by using the
corresponding programmed percentages.
Auto tax 1 to 4 system (automatic operation method using programmed percentages)
This system, at settlement, calculates taxes for taxable 1 through 4 subtotals by using the corresponding
programmed percentages, and also adds the calculated taxes to those subtotals, respectively.
Manual VAT 1 to 4 system (manual entry method using programmed percentages)
This system provides the VAT calculation for taxable 1 through 4 subtotals. This calculation is
performed using the corresponding programmed percentages when U is pressed just after u.
Manual VAT 1 system (manual entry method for subtotals that uses VAT 1 preset percentages)
This system enables the VAT calculation for the subtotal. This calculation is performed using the
VAT 1 preset percentage when U is pressed just after u. For this system, the keyed-in VAT rate
can be used. In this case, after pressing u, enter the VAT rate and press U.
Manual tax 1 to 4 system (manual entry method using preset percentages)
This system provides the tax calculation for taxable 1 through 4 subtotals. This calculation is
performed using the corresponding programmed percentages when U is pressed just after u.
After this calculation, you must finalize the transaction.
Auto tax 1 to 3 and auto VAT 1 system
This system enables the calculation on the combination with automatic tax 1 through 3 and
automatic VAT 1. The combination can be any of VAT 1 corresponding to taxable 4 and any of tax 1
trough 3 corresponding to taxable 1 through 3 for each item. The tax amount is calculated
automatically with the percentages previously programmed for these taxes.
calculation for PLU items are performed according to the one set for its
NOTE VAT/tax
associated department.
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Discounts and Premiums Using the Percent Key
If you want to apply a discount or a premium for an item, enter the percent rate and press the
percent key. If you want to apply a discount or premium for the subtotal, enter all the items, press
u and then press the percent key following the percent rate.
machine is pre-programmed as discount. If you change to premium, refer to the
NOTE Your
“Percent Key Programming” section on page 24. Also you can preset a percent rate. If
a percent rate is preset, you do not have to enter a percent rate before pressing the
percent key. For the programming, also refer to the “Percent Key Programming” section
on page 24.
Example
8:#
20:%
A
Example
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Applying a 20.00% discount to an item belonging to department 3
Key operation example
Receipt print
Applying a 15.00% discount to the subtotal of a transaction
Key operation example
Receipt print
8p
12p
8:!
u
15:%
A
Currency Exchange
Your register allows payment entries of foreign currency when you programmed a currency exchange rate.
After items entries or during tendering entries, press V, the subtotal in foreign currency can be displayed.
Then enter the tendered amount in foreign currency if not exact amount payment, and press a finalization
key (A / C or c when programmed). The change due in domestic currency will be displayed.
NOTE •When the amount tendered is short, the deficit is shown in domestic currency.
•If you select "Yes" for cheque and credit operation when tendering in foreign currency in
EURO programming, you can finalize a sale in foreign currency using C or c.
•If you select “Yes” for exchange amount printing for total and change in EURO programming,
you can display a change in foreign currency by pressing V when the change is displayed in
domestic currency. To return to the display in domestic currency, press V again.
Example
Selling a department 3 item (price 79.50) in a foreign currency. (Preset exchange
rate: 1.550220)
Key operation example
7950#
V
130:
A
Displays an amount in
foreign currency and “ ”
Amount tendered in
foreign currency
Receipt print
No Sale
When you need to open with no sale, for example to make changes, just press A. The drawer will open.
Refund
Since your cash register comes with no refund key, make a negative department (see the required
programming on page 10) and use it.
that the taxable status of the returned item is the same as that of the negative
NOTE Check
department. Otherwise the tax will not be calculated correctly.
Non-add Code Number
Non-add code numbers can be entered and printed on the receipt or journal during the entry of a
sale. Non-add codes can be used for a variety of things. For example: credit numbers, check
numbers, serial numbers, products codes, service charge codes, or any other numbers for later
reference to specific transactions. Enter a code number of up to 8 digits and press u.
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Received-on Account and Paid-out Entries
When you receive an account from a customer or when you pay amount to a vendor, it is a good
idea to use U or T respectively.
For the received-on-account entry, enter the amount, and press U.
For the paid-out entry, enter the amount, and press T.
The entry limit is 8 digits (79999999), though it is different if you programmed.
Example
Receiving 60.00 on account from a customer whose code number is 12345.
Key operation example
Receipt print
Non-add code
12345u
60:
U
entry
Corrections
If you should make an error when entering an item into a sale, correct it using the following
procedures.
•Correction of entered numbers
When you enter an incorrect number, delete it by pressing l immediately after the entry.
•Correction of the last entry (direct void)
If you make a mistake when making a department entry, PLU entry, multiplication entry or
repetitive entry (the last entry only), you can correct this by pressing v.
•Correction of earlier entries (indirect void)
With this function, you can correct department or PLU entry incorrectly made during a transaction
if you find it before finalizing the transaction by pressing A, c or C.
Example
To correct 3p entry to 4p after another correct entry has been made, enter
the following:
Key operation example
Receipt print
3p
1150!
Indirect void for 3p
3vp
correct entry
4p
A
•Correction after Finalizing a Transaction
When you need to void incorrect entries that are found after finalizing a
transaction or cannot be corrected by direct or indirect, the following steps
should be taken.
1. Turn the mode key to
position.
If necessary, enter the secret code and press A when you turn the mode key to
position.
2. Repeat the entries that are recorded on an incorrect receipt.
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NOTE By the above steps, the entries are cleared from the sales information.
Reading and Resetting of Sales
All the data on all of your registrations as well as other transaction information will remain in the
memory of your cash register as long as your cash register has power (Be sure you have live
batteries installed in case of a power failure). This information can be printed in the form of a report
which can be helpful to you in running your business.
Flash reports for viewing on the display
Use this function for on-the-spot checking of individual cash register’s sales
data. The sales total is shown on the display but is not printed nor cleared
from the cash register’s memory.
Key operation example
Operator display
u
To display the flash report for each individual item, press the following keys in the X/Flash mode:
Individual department sales
Sales total
Cash in drawer
Department key
u
c
X reports for reading of sales
This report, when taken in the X/Flash mode, prints the accumulated
information of sales.
Taking an X report is a good way to do a mid-day check on daily sales. You
can take X reports any number of times, because they do not affect the cash
register’s memory.
To issue an X report, set the mode switch to the X/Flash position and press A.
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Z reports for reading and resetting of sales
This report, when taken in the Z/PGM mode, prints the same information as
an X report. Once this report had been printed, the cash register’s memory
of daily information is cleared and all the transaction totals are reset to zero.
Be sure to issue a Z report at the end of each day.
With a Z report printing, you can also reset GT (ground total).
To issue a Z report, follow the procedure described below.
1. Set the mode switch to the Z/PGM position.
2. If necessary, enter the secret code and press A.
To issue a Z report with resetting of GT:
3. Press C.
4. If necessary, enter the secret code and press C.
To issue a Z report without resetting of GT:
3. Press A.
4. If necessary, enter the secret code and press A.
■■ Sample sales report
*1
Reset symbol
(“X” is printed
in case of
X reports.)
Reset counter *1
Grand total
Quantity
Count of transactions
Sales total
Dept. code
Cash sale counter
and total
Amount
Cheque sale counter
and total
Credit sale counter
and total
Exchange counter
and total
(in cash tendering) *3
Exchange counter
and total
(in cheque tendering) *4
Dept. counter
and total
Exchange counter
and total
(in credit tendering) *4
Percent counter
and total
Item void counter
and total
Void mode counter
and total
Taxable 1 total
Tax 1 (VAT) total
*2
Received-on account
total
Paid-out total
No sale counter
Cash in drawer
*1 Printed in the Z report only.
*2 Difference by rounding is printed here in case Australian rounding is applied.
*3 Not printed in case that the exchange rate is set to 0.000000.
*4 Not printed in case that “Cheque and credit operation when tendering in foreign currency” is set
to “No” on EURO programming, and/or the exchange rate is set to 0.000000.
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EURO Migration Function
Your register can be modified to correspond with each period set for the introduction of EURO, and
in your register each currency is treated as shown on the table below depending on which period
you are in.
Basically your register can be automatically modified to correspond to the introduction of EURO by
executing automatic EURO modification operation shown below in Z/PGM mode. However, there
are several options you must set depending on your need. So, please carefully conduct necessary
settings.
How currencies are treated in your register
Currency
Period 1
Period 2
After the introduction of After EURO banknotes
EURO, and before
and coins begin to
EURO banknotes and
circulate, and before
coins begin to circulate national currency is
withdrawn from
circulation.
(Co-existence of EURO
and national currency)
EURO
Exchange key
Domestic currency
National currency Domestic currency
Exchange key
(DM, F, etc.)
Foreign currency
---
Period 3
After the national
currency is withdrawn
from circulation
Domestic currency
Exchange key
■■ Automatic EURO modification operation
Make sure the mode switch is in the Z/PGM position first, (if necessary, enter the secret code and
press A) and perform the following procedure. Please note that you can perform each operation
only once with the substitution of “A=1”, “A=2” and “A=3”. For example, if you performed the
operation with the substitution of “A=2” first, you cannot perform the operation with the substitution
of “A=1”.
8:u A* u
*A: Enter 1 for the period 1, 2 for the period 2, and 3 for the period 3.
The details of the register system modification are as shown on the following page:
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Items
General Z report
GT memory
Conversion of preset prices of Dept./PLU
Exchange amount printing for total and
change
Exchange calculation method
Domestic currency symbol
Domestic currency decimal point position
Exchange currency symbol
A=1
(EURO status 1)
Issue
Yes
A=2
(EURO status 2)
Issue
Clear
Yes*1
Yes
A=3
(EURO status 3)
Issue
Clear*2
Yes*1
No
Division
[EURO]
Multiplication
[EURO]
2
-*3
Exchange currency decimal point position
2
Rounding of exchange currency
Round off
Multiplication
[EURO]
2
Previous domestic
currency symbol
Previous domestic
currency decimal
point position
Round off
Round off
•The item marked with “-” remains the same as the previous data.
*1:If the Automatic conversion of unit prices of Depts./PLUs by automatic EURO migration
operation is set NO (default setting) in EURO Programming, or currency exchange rate is set to
0% (default setting) in Exchange Key Programming, conversion of preset prices of Dept./PLU is
not performed in the Automatic EURO modification operation.
*2: When you perform from EURO status 2, previous data remains unchanged.
*3: When you perform from EURO status 1 or 2, “space” is set.
■■ IMPORTANT
•After the execution of the procedure with “A=1”, treat EURO as foreign currency using V. Set the
EURO conversion rate as the currency conversion rate for V.
•After the execution of the procedure with “A=2”, treat EURO as domestic currency and national currency
as foreign currency using V. Set the EURO conversion rate as the currency conversion rate for V.
•After the execution of the procedure with “A=3”, treat EURO as domestic currency.
•As for the percent rate for % and HALO setting, the automatic conversion is not made. So, when
your domestic currency becomes EURO, you must change these settings so that they are based
on EURO currency.
•You can receive the amount of exchange (EURO or national currency) in cheque or credit. For the
programming, please refer to EURO programming on page 26.
•When “Exchange amount printing for total and change” is set to “Yes”, you can display a change
in foreign currency by pressing V when the change is displayed in domestic currency.
■■ Checking the current EURO status
You can check the EURO status currently set on the cash register. Set the
mode switch to the Z/PGM position, (if necessary, enter the secret code and
press A) and perform the following procedure. The current EURO status
will be printed on the receipt or journal.
8:uu
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EURO status
Advanced Programming
Before starting programming, set the mode switch to the Z/PGM mode. Also
if necessary, enter the secret code and press A.
NOTE •You can continue programming without printing the programming
report by not pressing u at the end of each program step. However, you must program PLUs independent from other programming.
•Unless otherwise specified, programming options marked with * indicate factory setting. In
case of values or number settings, the factory settings are shown with the word, “Default”.
Department Preset Unit Price Programming
Unit prices can be assigned directly to department keys for frequently purchased items, which
enables you to enter the prices by simply pressing the department keys. (Default: 0.00)
To program zero
For dept. 5 through 8
H
Unit price
Dept. key
(max. 5 digits)
To program another department
u
PLU Programming
The PLU function allow speedy key entries whereby a preset price is automatically called up when a
code is entered. Up to 80 PLU settings are possible. Each PLU should belong to a department in
order to acquire the parameters of the department. The cash register was factory preset so that
PLU1 to 10 are assigned to department 1 and unit price 0.00.
PLU code
(1 - 80)
p
For dept. 5 through 8
To program zero
H
Unit price
(max. 6 digits)
Associated
Dept. key
u
To program the following PLU code
To program another PLU code
To disable a PLU, enter the PLU code and press p, then press v and u.
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Percent Key Programming
% can be programmed as a discount key or premium key. As a default, % is programmed as a
discount key. Also you can program a percent rate for %.
When 00.00% is programmed, use of preset percent rate is prohibited. (factory setting)
Programming the percent key function (discount or premium)
1 (for discount) / 0 (for premium) Q
Programming the percent rate (00.00 to 99.99%)
Percent rate in 4 digits
(00.00% to 99.99%) x 100
Example
15.5%: 1550
%(
%(
u: to finish programming)
u: to finish programming)
%u
Exchange Key Programming
To handle a foreign currency, you can program a currency exchange rate (000.000000 to
999.999999) for the exchange key.
When 000.000000 is programmed, use of V is prohibited (factory preset).
Currency exchange rate in 9 digits
V(
u: to finish programming)
(000.000000 to 999.999999) x 1000000
Example
1.55022: 1550220
Vu
Printing Format Programming
You can program a printing format of the receipt or journal by using the following eight kinds of parameters.
2
u
ABCDEFGH
u(
Parameters:
A Currency symbol for domestic currency
B
Printing receipt/journal in the REG mode
(Receipt ON/OFF function)
C
Printing format
D
Date printing
E
Time printing
F
Receipt number printing
G Taxable subtotal printing
H
Subtotal printing with a press of u
u: to finish programming)
Selection:
Space*
Entry:
0
EURO
Yes (Receipt ON)*
No (Receipt OFF)
Journal format*
1
0
1
0
Receipt format
1
Yes*
No
Yes*
No
Yes*
No
Yes*
No
Yes
No*
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
•Printing format
When receipt format is selected, the take-up spool does not move.
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Miscellaneous Programming
You can program miscellaneous settings suitable for use.
1
u
u(
ABCDEFGH
Parameters:
A Date format
B
Time format
C
Decimal point position for domestic currency
D
Resetting receipt no. when issuing Z report
E
Amount tendered compulsory for A
and C
F
Subtotaling compulsory
u: to finish programming)
Selection:
MMDDYY
Entry:
0
DDMMYY*
1
YYMMDD
12 hour format
24 hour format*
2
0
1
0 through 3
(Default: 2)
0
1
0
1
0
1
0 through 8
(Default: 8)
0
1
2
No*
Yes
No*
Yes
No*
Yes
G Entry digit limit for c, C, U and T
H
Rounding
Round off*
Round up
Round down
•Time format
When 12 hour format is set, the a.m. time will be displayed with and printed without no mark,
and the p.m. time will be displayed with and printed with the mark @.
Example
2:00 A.M. / 2:00 P.M.
Operator display
2:00 A.M.
Receipt print
2:00 P.M.
•Amount tendered compulsory
When set for compulsory, always enter the amount tendered by the customer before finalizing the
transaction.
•Subtotaling compulsory
When set for compulsory, always press u before finalizing the transaction.
Consecutive Receipt Number Programming
The receipt number is printed on every receipt or journal, and report, together with the date and
time. The number is incremented each time a receipt is issued. To start from a specific consecutive
number, enter a figure one less than that number. (Default: 0001)
Receipt start number (max. 4 digits)
Q
u(
u: to finish programming)
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EURO Programming
For the details of EURO programming, please refer to “EURO Migration Function” on pages 21 and 22.
3
u
ABCDEFGH
u(
Parameters:
A Automatic conversion of unit prices of Depts.
/PLUs by automatic EURO migration operation
B
Conversion rate printing
C
Exchange amount printing for total & change
D
Cheque & credit operation when tendering in
foreign currency
E
Exchange calculation method
F
Rounding for exchange
G Currency symbol for foreign currency
H
u: to finish programming)
Selection:
No*
Yes
No*
Yes
No*
Entry:
0
1
0
1
0
Yes
1
No*
Yes
Multiplication*
Division
Rounding up*
Rounding
Space*
EURO
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0 through 3
(Default: 2)
Decimal point position for foreign currency
you select “Yes” for exchange amount printing for total and change, you can display a change
NOTE If
in foreign currency by pressing V when the change is displayed in domestic currency.
Rounding Programming (For Australian tax system)
When Australian rounding is set, the sales total amount is rounded to 0 or 5 when paid in cash.
4
u
0 for No or 1 for Yes
u(
u: to finish programming)
(Default: Yes for the register shipped to Australia)
Secret Code Programming
A secret code is used in order to allow only those who know the secret code to operate the machine in
and Z/PGM modes or to print Z reports. When you need a secret code, program a secret code.
Secret code (max. 4 digits)
Q
A(
u: to finish programming)
(Default: 0000; no application of secret code)
How to enter a secret code:
In case that a secret code has been programmed, “----” is displayed when the mode switch is set to
or Z/PGM or when you need to issue a Z report. In this case, enter the secret code (max. 4
digits) and press A. Every time you enter a digit, the display of “-” changes to “_”.
In case you forget the secret code you programmed:
Set the mode switch to the Z/PGM position, and operate the secret code programming shown above
with the substitution of “0000” for the secret code.
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Checking the Programmed Machine Settings
Your machine allows you to print the programmed machine settings, namely,
general & tax programming report and PLU programming report.
Set the mode switch to the Z/PGM position, and press u to print a general &
tax programming report, or press p to print a PLU programming report.
•General & tax programming report (u)
•PLU programming report (p)
PLU code
Department code
Sign and preset unit price
Sign and
preset unit price
Associated
department code
00001 7
Entry digit limit
Tax status(from the left,
VAT(tax)4, 3, 2, 1; 0 for
not taxable; 1 for taxable)
Normal (0)/SICS (1)
Sign and rate for %
Rate for V
Secret code
Miscellaneous programming(from the left, A to H)
Printing format programming (from the left, A to H)
EURO programming (from the left, A to H)
Australian rounding programming (for Australian tax system)
German VAT law programming (for German tax system)
VAT (tax) system
VAT rate
Date
When a tax system is selected,
lower tax limit for each tax is printed.
Tax rate
Lower tax limit
Time
Receipt number
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Maintenance
Drawer Handling
■■ Locking the Drawer
Develop the habit of locking the drawer when not using the register
for any extended period of time.
To lock the drawer, use the mode key.
To lock: Insert the key into the drawer lock and turn it 90 degrees
counter-clockwise.
To unlock:Insert the key into the drawer lock and turn it 90 degrees
clockwise.
Mode key
■■ Removing the Drawer
To detach the drawer, pull it forward fully, and while
holding the lever down, lift the drawer slightly and
remove.
NOTE •To prevent burglary, it is a good idea to
empty the drawer after work and leave it
open at the end of the day.
•Coin case is detachable.
Lever
Coin case
Lever
1
2
■■ Manually Opening the Drawer
In case of a power failure or if the machine is out of order, locate
the lever at the bottom of the machine and move it in the direction
of the arrow to open the drawer. The drawer will not open if it is
locked with the key.
Lever
■■ Using the Slot of the Drawer
You can enter bills and cheques from the slot without opening the drawer. The bills and cheques
entered are placed under the coin case.
Caution:When taking out the bills and cheques, never fail to hold tightly the both sides of
the coin case with your both hands so that the coins in the coin case will not be
fallen.
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Replacing the Paper Roll
When a dye appears on the paper roll, it is time to replace the paper roll with new one. Be sure to
use the paper roll specified in “Specifications” section on page 32.
In case of journal printing
1. Set the mode switch to the REG position.
2. Remove the printer cover.
Caution: The paper cutter is mounted on the printer cover.
Be careful not to cut yourself.
3. Press F to advance the paper by several lines and then cut it
to remove the take-up spool from the bearing.
4. After cutting the existing paper, remove the paper roll.
Then remove the remaining paper by pressing F.
5. Make the straight part of the paper holding plate upward, and
push it up in the direction of the arrow to remove it as shown
in the second diagram. Then remove the paper roll from the
take-up spool.
6. Install a new paper roll and replace the take-up spool
according to the instructions on page 7.
NOTE
In case of receipt printing, do the above steps 1, 2, 4
in this order and then install a new paper roll according
to the instructions on page 7.
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Replacing the Batteries
This cash register displays a low battery symbol ( ) when the batteries installed get low, and
displays a no battery symbol ( ) when batteries are extremely low or batteries are not installed.
When the low battery symbol is displayed, replace the batteries with new ones as soon as
possible. The existent batteries will be dead in about two days.
When the no battery symbol is displayed, replace the batteries immediately. Otherwise, if the AC
power cord is disconnected or a power failure occurs, all the programmed settings will be reset to
the default settings and any data stored in memory will be cleared.
For replacing the batteries, be sure that the cash register is plugged in and the mode switch is on
the REG position, then replace the batteries with new ones referring to “Installing Batteries” section
on page 6.
Replacing the Ink Roller
When printing becomes faded, replace the existing ink roller with a new one available from SHARP.
Precautions:
•Be sure to use an ink roller available from
SHARP. The use of any other ink rollers could
cause troubles in the printer. Never pour ink to
the ink roller.
•After opening the parcel, install it soon.
1. Remove the printer cover.
Caution:The paper cutter is mounted on the
printer cover. Be careful not to cut
yourself.
2. Pull the ink roller handle upward to remove the ink roller.
3. Install a new ink roller.
4. Replace the printer cover.
Ink roller
In Case of Power Failure or Paper Jam
When power failure occurs:
If power is lost, the machine retains its memory contents and all information on sales entries when
the batteries are in the proper state of charge.
•When power failure occurs in register idle state or during an entry, the machine returns to the
normal state of operation after power recovery.
•When power failure occurs during a printing cycle, the register prints “············” and then carries out
the correct printing procedure.
When printer motor locks:
If the printer motor locks, nothing will operate. First, unplug the AC adapter and repair paper jam.
Then plug in the AC adapter, feed the roll paper to the proper position and press l. The register
with then resume correct printing after printing “············”.
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Before Calling for Service
If you encounter any of the following problems, please read below before calling for service.
Fault
•The display does not illuminate.
•The display shows symbols that do not make
sense.
•The display will not illuminate even when the
mode switch is not set to “ ”. The machine
fails to operate when any key is pressed.
•The display is illuminated, but the machine
does not accept key entries.
•No receipt is issued.
•No journal paper is taken up.
•Printing is faded or illegible.
Checking
•Is power supplied to the electric outlet?
•Is the AC adapter plug out or loosely connected
to the electric outlet?
•Was the machine reset in the proper way
shown on “Initializing the Cash Register”
section on page 6?
•Is the power supplied to the electrical outlet?
(Plug in another electrical device.)
•Is the power cord firmly connected to the
electrical outlet?
•Is the mode switch properly set to the REG
position?
•Was the machine reset in the proper way
shown on “Initializing the Cash Register”
section on page 6?
•Is the receipt paper roll properly installed?
•Is there a paper jam?
•Is the receipt function in the “OFF” status?
For the details on the ON/OFF status of the
Receipt printing, refer to “Receipt ON/OFF
function” of “Printing Format Programming”
section on page 24.
•Is the take-up spool installed on the bearing
properly?
•Is there a paper jam?
•Isn’t the ink roller used up?
•Is the ink roller installed properly?
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Specifications
Model:
Size:
Weight:
Power Source:
Power
Consumption:
Working
temperatures:
Humidity:
Display:
Printer:
Paper Roll:
Cash Drawer:
Accessories:
XE-A107
335(W) × 360(D) × 190(H) mm
Approx. 4.0 kg
Official (nominal) voltage and frequency
Stand-by: 1.5 W (The official voltage : 220 to 230 V [50Hz/60Hz] and 230 to
240 V [50Hz])
Operating:2.3 W (max.) (The official voltage : 220 to 230 V [50Hz/60Hz] and
230 to 240 V [50Hz])
0 to 40 °C
20 % to 90 %
LED (Light-Emitting Diode) 7-segment display (9 positions)
Type:
1 station print wheel selective type
Printing capacity: Max. 13 digits
Other functions:
Receipt (ON-OFF) function
Width:
57.5 mm ± 0.5 mm
Max. diameter:
80 mm
Paper quality:
Bond paper (0.06 to 0.08 mm thickness)
3 slots for bills and 6 for coin denominations
Basic User Manual:
1 copy
Paper roll:
1 roll
Take-up spool:
1
Paper holding plate:
1
Mode key:
2
(same as Drawer lock key)
AC adapter:
1
Ink roller:
1 (already installed)
* Specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice for improvement.
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Noise level LpA: 65.9 dB(A-weighted)
Measured according to EN ISO 7779:2001
[Maximum value if the cash drawer springs open LpAI: 78.0 dB(A-weighted)]
SHARP ELECTRONICS (Europe) GmbH
Postbox 105504
20038 Hamburg, Germany