SPS1000_KIS_Operating_Manual

SPS1000_KIS_Operating_Manual
Table of contents
Introduction ............................................................................................................................5
Getting started .......................................................................................................................7
Hardware.................................................................................................................................8
Control lock ................................................................................................................................... 8
Clerk lock....................................................................................................................................... 8
Cash drawer .................................................................................................................................. 9
Operator and customer display.................................................................................................. 10
Operator display ........................................................................................................................................... 10
Customer display.......................................................................................................................................... 10
Register keyboard ....................................................................................................................... 11
Keyboard functions..................................................................................................................... 12
Operations ............................................................................................................................17
Clerk number ............................................................................................................................... 17
Change clerk................................................................................................................................ 18
Clerk with password ................................................................................................................... 18
Departments ................................................................................................................................ 18
Departments on the keyboard ...................................................................................................................... 18
Department number key............................................................................................................................... 18
Item lookup .................................................................................................................................. 19
Article registration ...................................................................................................................... 19
Article key with a fixed price ......................................................................................................................... 19
Article number entry with a fixed price.......................................................................................................... 19
Article key with price entry............................................................................................................................ 19
Article number entry with price entry ............................................................................................................ 20
Article price levels......................................................................................................................................... 20
Article levels ................................................................................................................................................. 20
Articles with modifiers................................................................................................................................... 20
Condiments ................................................................................................................................. 21
Condiments multiple items ........................................................................................................ 21
Condiments link .......................................................................................................................... 22
Remote printer - single item print .............................................................................................. 22
Charging to accounts ................................................................................................................. 22
Opening an account / table / room ............................................................................................................... 22
Covers .......................................................................................................................................................... 23
Finalizing charge transactions ...................................................................................................................... 24
Printing a Subtotal-bill................................................................................................................................... 24
Splitting a bill................................................................................................................................................. 24
Deposits........................................................................................................................................................ 24
Receipt issue ............................................................................................................................... 25
Transferring accounts ................................................................................................................ 25
Combine (All covers only)............................................................................................................................. 25
Transfer (All covers only).............................................................................................................................. 25
Clerk transfer............................................................................................................................... 26
Transfer an account from one clerk to another clerk ................................................................................... 26
Transfer all accounts from one clerk to another clerk .................................................................................. 26
Neutral sales................................................................................................................................ 26
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Percentage discount OR mark-up.............................................................................................. 26
Using a single discount or mark-up key with a fixed percentage ................................................................. 26
Using a single discount or mark-up key by entering a percentage............................................................... 26
Using a single discount or mark-up key with a fixed percentage at the sub total stage ............................... 27
Using a single key to apply a fixed percentage discount or mark-up at the sub-total stage......................... 27
Using a single key to enter a percentage discount or mark-up at the sub-total stage ................................. 27
Discount and mark up by amount.............................................................................................. 28
Using a single key to discount or mark-up a fixed value article.................................................................... 28
Using a number to apply a discount or mark-up to a fixed value article....................................................... 28
Using a single key to apply a discount or mark-up to an article by a particular value. ................................. 28
Using a single key to apply a discount or mark-up to a fixed value article ................................................... 28
Applying a discount or mark-up to a fixed value selecting a number at the sub-total stage......................... 28
Using a single key to apply a discount or mark-up of a particular amount at the sub-total stage ................ 28
Tendering..................................................................................................................................... 29
Sub-total ....................................................................................................................................................... 29
Change Computation.................................................................................................................................... 29
Cheque, credit, credit card or other tendering keys ..................................................................................... 29
Split tendering............................................................................................................................................... 29
Tendering correction .................................................................................................................................... 30
Compulsory number entry to record cheque or credit card numbers ........................................................... 30
Foreign currency ......................................................................................................................... 30
Preset currency key...................................................................................................................................... 30
Preset currency key with change calculation................................................................................................ 30
Currency number key ................................................................................................................................... 30
Paid out........................................................................................................................................ 31
Finalizing automatically................................................................................................................................. 31
Finalizing by selecting a tendering key ......................................................................................................... 31
Finalizing and recording a reference number (E.g. cheque number, account ref. etc.) ............................... 31
Received on account .................................................................................................................. 32
Finalizing Automatically ................................................................................................................................ 32
Finalizing by selecting a tendering key ......................................................................................................... 32
Finalizing and recording a reference number (E.g. cheque number, date, invoice ...................................... 32
number etc.) ................................................................................................................................................. 32
Change tax rate ........................................................................................................................... 32
Tax Shift for the whole transaction ............................................................................................................... 32
Tax Shift for a single item within a transaction ............................................................................................. 32
Training........................................................................................................................................ 33
Receipt On/Off ............................................................................................................................. 33
Corrections .................................................................................................................................. 33
Clear ............................................................................................................................................................. 33
Void .............................................................................................................................................................. 33
Correction ..................................................................................................................................................... 33
Refund .......................................................................................................................................................... 33
Cancel .......................................................................................................................................................... 33
Error and other messages .......................................................................................................... 34
Resetting the register after an error message.............................................................................................. 35
Programming............................................................................................................................... 36
PLU Programming....................................................................................................................... 36
Department programming .......................................................................................................... 37
Group programming ................................................................................................................... 37
Modifier programming ................................................................................................................ 38
Clerk programming ..................................................................................................................... 38
Tax programming ........................................................................................................................ 39
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Time & Date programming.......................................................................................................... 39
Currency programming............................................................................................................... 40
Receipt trailer programming ...................................................................................................... 41
Receipt Header programming .................................................................................................... 42
Slip Header programming........................................................................................................... 42
PB text programming.................................................................................................................. 43
Keyboard programming.............................................................................................................. 43
Salesperson programming ......................................................................................................... 43
Time zone programming............................................................................................................. 44
Discount programming............................................................................................................... 44
Condiment programming............................................................................................................ 45
Program dump............................................................................................................................. 46
Dumping departments .................................................................................................................................. 46
Inventory adjustments ................................................................................................................ 46
Inventory + (Adding items into stock with quantity only) ............................................................................... 46
Inventory - (Removing items from stock with quantity only) ......................................................................... 46
Inventory + (Adding items into stock with quantity and amount) .................................................................. 47
Inventory - (Removing items from with quantity only)................................................................................... 47
Reporting ..................................................................................................................................... 48
Restoring account data .............................................................................................................. 49
System Keyboard ........................................................................................................................ 50
Errors on shared printers ........................................................................................................... 51
Network error codes ................................................................................................................... 51
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INTRODUCTION
IMPORTANT
The cash register offers advanced performance, high processing speed and ease of use.
The Sensei’s use of the high level C-language guarantees easier programme maintenance,
rapid development and commonality with other registers from the same product family.
FRONT VIEW
DISPLAY ADJUSTMENTS
REAR VIEW
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Specifications
Data protection:
Relative humidity:
Operating
temperature:
Memory:
Operator display:
Customer display
RS-232 ports
Ethernet.
Keyboard
Control lock
Clerk lock
Cash drawer
At least 3 months after a power failure
5% - 90% without condensation
In operation: 0 - 45ο C, -10 /+60ο C
512KB standard. Expansion with 2 MB via
optinal board with back-up battery
Back light LCD 320X240 dots
1 Line LCD 20 characters 1 line
3 ports standard 4 ports expansion (option)
Max 32 terminals, 10 Mbits/sec
169 keys
15 keys optional
3 ports
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GETTING STARTED
If possible, connect the register to an separate power supply. When installing the register
avoid the following:
• extreme sunlight
• humidity
• dusty environments
First, check that:
• the register is connected to its own power outlet with no other devices connected to that
outlet.
• the plug of the powersupply is pushed in properly.
• paper rolls are properly installed in the printers,
Connect the plug of the powersupply to the power outlet. Turn the key to the “REG” position
and switch on the units. The on/off switch is located at the right hand side of the unit
REG
The display should come-up:
Date
Lock position, status of receipt printer, time
Mon 28 Feb 2000
RG RON 11:28:54
Active clerk
Clerk 1
0
Note: Turn the control lock to OFF if the terminal is not in use, and do not switch of the
powersupply. Powering off the register will make it impossible to take reports and in case of a
network it will be impossible for other terminals to communicate with that terminal.
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HARDWARE
CONTROL LOCK
The register has a control lock, the purpose of which is to restrict access to certain functions.
VOID
OFF
REG
X
Z
PGM
The control lock has the following 6 different positions which select different operating
modes.:
OFF
Off position. The register is still working but the keyboard is
disabled. The key can be removed whilst the lock is in this
position.
Register position. This is the normal working position. The key can
be removed whilst the lock is in this position
REG
X
VOID
X position. This position allows reports to be printed WITHOUT
being reset to zero (cleared down).
P position. This position is normally reserved for managers,
restricting the operation of functions such as refunds or paid
discounts that may require manager/supervisor authorization
Z position. This position allows reports to be printed and reset to
zero (cleared down).
Z
S. This position should only be used by programmers, engineers
or other people trained to carry out tests or programming functions
PGM
CLERK LOCK
A clerk lock is optional. It is used to identify transactions carried out by up to 15 different
operators (depending on your application). The register will track data for each operator
individually, data tracked depends on your application..One operator identifier can be set up
exclusively for use in a training mode. Transactions carried out in the training mode are not
counted in any of the reports. Similarly the consecutive transaction number is not
incremented and receipts produced contain the words NOT VALID or TRAINING.
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CASH DRAWER
The register supports maximum 3 different drawers. The drawer opens automatically at the
end of every transaction. It can also be opened manually (using the concealed lever located
on the back) in case of a power failure.
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OPERATOR AND CUSTOMER DISPLAY
The unit features separate operator and customer displays
Operator display
De terminal is equipped with a LCD display of 16 lines. The display features a backlight to
facilitate reading in darker areas. Life of the display the system is extended by switching off
the backlight after a predefined time has elapsed. The time is set in the application, any key
pushed will turn-on the backlight again. Display layout:
Type of transaction and receipt number
Total amount registered.Time, print status of
receipt printer and position of the lock
12 lines transaction. Last line is in reverse
Active clerk, last entry and error message
display.
* DIRECT SALES *
Total
5 Coca Cola
1 Sprite
Mon 28 Feb 2000
#000009
110,00 RG RON 1:28:54
100,00
10,00
John
Sprite
10,00
The display shows the items registered. The display can show 16 lines. When more than 16
items are registered a!- sign is shown on the vertical line on the display. Use the cursor
keys to scroll through the data.
!
will move the cursor 1 line-up
!!
will move the cursor 1 page-up
"
will move the cursor 1 line down.
""
will move the cursor 1 page down.
Note: 1 page is the equivalent of 8 lines.
Customer display
1 line, 20 characters LCD display. Entries of items, subtotal and method of payment are
displayed.
Note: two controls allow the contrastof the display to be set. You may change this with a
small pen. The angle of the operatordisplay can be changed by tilting the operator display.
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REGISTER KEYBOARD
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KEYBOARD FUNCTIONS
The function of each key is programmable. Depending on the position of the control lock, a
different keyboard with key functions becomes active. The keyboard below is active in the
“RG and P” position. For the keyboard layout of the “REG” position see page 11, Register
keyboard.
Note: The programmability of the keyboard enables the keyboard to be different to the
illustration above.
Key
0
-
Label
Explanation
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Numeric keys
To enter amounts and quantity’s.
Clear
This key will clear your last input or will clear the
error tone after an incorrect keying in.
Multiply
Key to multiply entries.
Sub-total
Will display the total amount so far in a transaction.
This key is also used for inventory transactions and
price changes.
In addition, to produce a second receipt marked
‘COPY’.
Number entry
Number entry to enter a credit card number etc.
Can only be used within a transaction
Drawer
open
Drawer open
If this key is used the drawer will open.
RPF
Receipt paper
feed
This key will advance the receipt roll.
JPF
Journal paper
feed
This key will advance the journal roll.
000
Clear
X
Sub-total
#
Receipt
On/Off
PLU#
-
.
Receipt On/Off This key will allow the receipt printer to be switched
on and off (often set under Manager control)
PLU number
Allows articles to be registered by entering a
number code
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PLU1
PLU preset
Allows articles with price and descriptors to be
registered by simply pressing a key.
Price shift
#
Price shift#
This key will select the price level that was entered
on this key.
Price shift
between 1 - 4
This key will select another price level without
having to enter a number.
Article shift#
This key will select the Article level that was
entered on this key.
Article shift
between 1 - 4
This key will select another Article level without
having to enter a number.
New Price
This key is used to override the plu price
and to enter an amount on a department when the
Department number key is used to select the
department.
DEP.#
Department
number key
To register into departments by entering a number.
Department
Department
To register into departments without having to
enter a number.
Clerk number
key
To select a clerk by entering a number.
Clerk Key
To select a clerk without having to enter a number.
Modifier#
Modifier#
To select a modifier by entering a number.
Discount#
Discount#
To discount or mark-up by entering a number.
Mark-up
Discount
Mark-up
To discount or mark-up without having to enter a
number.
%
Mark-up
%Discount
%Mark-up
To discount or mark-up by a percentage without
having to enter a number.
RA-PO#
To select a received on account or paid out
function by entering a number.
RA
To select a received on account function without
having to enter a number.
Price
shift1
-
Price
shift4
Article
shift#
Article
level1
-
Article
level4
New Price
Clerk#
Clerk
-
1
Discount
%
Discount
RA-PO#
RA
Clerk
xy
-
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PO
PO
To select a paid out function without having to
enter a number.
Neutral sales
To register amounts that do not add to total sales
or clerk sales.
Account
functions #
To activate the different charging to account
functions by entering a number.
Ordered
To open or close an account number.
Print receipt
To print the bill on the receipt printer.
Print slip
To print the bill on the slip printer.
Split bill
This function is used when customers decide to
share the cost of their bills.
To activate the function enter the table# on this
key. Then enter the items to be split. Finalize the
transaction with a tendering key such as CASH,
CHEQUE, etc.
Transfer
account#
Transfer
account#
This function is used to transfer all details from
one account to another unused account.
Transfer
Clerk
Transfer Clerk This function will transfer all accounts opened by
a certain clerk to another clerk. This function
allows a particular clerk to take over all accounts.
(The accounts must be closed while this transfer
takes place.)
Neutral
sales
Account
functions#
Ordered
Print receipt
Print slip
Split bill
Covers
Cash
Cheque
Credit
CompliMentary
Credit
card
Covers
To enter the number of guests at a table
Cash
To finalize a transaction paid by CASH and to print
reports when the operator lock is in the “X” or “Z”
position.
Cheque
To finalize a transaction paid by cheque.
Credit/
creditcard
To finalize a transaction paid by credit or a
creditcard.
Complimentary To finalize a complimentary transaction.
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Foreign
currency#
Foreign
currency#
To finalize a transaction with a foreign currency by
entering a number.
Foreign
currency
To finalize the transaction with a foreign currency.
Corr#
Corr#.
To select the various types of correction functions
(e.g. Void, Refund etc.) by entering a number.
Void
Void
This function automatically corrects the previous
entry.
Correction
To allows the operator to correct any registered
item within the transaction.
Refund
Refund
To handle returned merchandise (Can only be
used outside a transaction.
Cancel
Cancel
This function will subtract all items entered.
It functions as a “stay active refund function”.
Read in
Drawer total#
This key will report the data as stored in the
register’s memory by entering the number.
Proforma
Invoice
Use this key before other account functions are
selected (when active items registered are not
stored in the tracking buffer and do not update the
report counters).
Issue Receipt
This function will issue the current receipt, so that
it can be torn off by the operator. The operator may
then continue with the transaction.
KP
shift
KP shift
To enable the kitchen printer to print total tickets
instead of single tickets.(This stays active for one
Transaction only).
##
Number print
This key allows a number entered to be printed on
the Receipt/Journal (and slip printer if connected).
If activated in combination with an account, the
number is stored.
Temporary
taxshift
Temporary
taxshift
This key will change the tax rate for a single item
registered within a transaction. The original
tax rate is restored unless the same registration is
repeated.
Permanent
taxshift
Permanent
taxshift
This key can only be activated at the start of the
transaction and will change the tax rate of tax 1
Foreign
currency1
Correction
Read in
Drawer
total#
Proforma
Invoice
Issue
Receipt
Foreign
currency2
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↓
Line down
and tax 2 on the department. Note that when
CLEAR is pressed after the tax shift key is
activated the change is disabled. Once the
transaction is started the tax status remains active
until the transaction is finished.
Move 1 line down.
↑
Line up
Move 1 line up.
↓↓
Page down
Move 8 lines down
↑↑
Page up
Move 8 lines up.
All keys indicated by the #-sign will display all relevant information for that function, if
activated with no entry. For example the PLU#-key will display all plu’s programmed. Each
time 8 lines are displayed. The operator may select from the displayed list the item by just
hitting the digit key 1 through 8. If the item is not displayed, press the Pg Down key to display
the next 8 items. The same sequence for the Clerk#-key will display all active clerks etc.
Besides this an entry on a department-key will show all items linked to that department. This
is a convenient way to look-up items.
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OPERATIONS
VOID
Important:
When a key is programmed for manager use only, the control lock must
first be turned to the “VOID”-position.
Explanations:
TEXT
= Pressed keys
(Text)
= Other things
= Lock position
TEXT
= Contents of the display
CLERK NUMBER
If compulsory clerk identification is programmed, every transaction has to start with the
selection of a clerk.
Clerk 1 is selected.
1
CLERK
In the display appears:
JOHN
Clerk selection is possible in 2 ways, depending on the application:
Each clerk has a number, and depending on the application a password. Or
Each clerk uses a key inserted in the optional clerk lock.
Mon 28 Feb 2000
To select a clerk, press the CLK#-key and the
active clerks are displayed. To select a clerk,
simply press the associated digit key. For
example to select John just hit the digit key 1.
RG RON 11:28:54
1 John
2 Frank
3 Lisa
4 Peter
5 Diana
6 Claude
7 Francisca
↓ 8 Miriam
↓
John
0
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CHANGE CLERK
Clerk can be changed within a transaction.(Programmable)
After every entry/article:
(clerk 5 takes over)
5
CLERK
Depending on the application it can be set that the clerk which starts a table must also
finalise that table. All tables still open at the end of the shift for a clerk can be moved over to
the clerk which takes over the shift.
(clerk 1 )
1
CLERK
(clerk 5 takes over her tables)
5
TRNS CLK
After every entry/article:
(clerk 5 takes over)
5
CLERK
Depending on the application it can be set that the clerk which starts a table must also
finalise that table. All tables still open at the end of the shift for a clerk can be moved over to
the clerk which takes over the shift.
(clerk 1 )
1
CLERK
(clerk 5 takes over her tables)
5
TRNS CLK
CLERK WITH PASSWORD
A password for a clerk can be set. The password is the first 4 characters of the clerk
descriptor. The password can only be numeric, this is a programmable option.
DEPARTMENTS
Departments on the keyboard
For an amount of 1,50:
1
5
0 White wines
When repeated:
White wines
A number of times
(e.g. 2 x an amount of 1.50)
2 X
1 5
Press again
0 White wines
Department number key
For one amount:
1 5 0 PRICE
1.50 on department 4
4 DEPARTMENT#
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When repeated:
DEPARTMENT#
A number of times
1 5
(2 x 1.50 on department 4)
press again
0 PRICE
2
X 4
DEPARTMENT#
ITEM LOOKUP
Pressing the White wine key (programmed as an item lookup key) will display all items linked
to a specific department. For example the WHITE WINE department:
Mon 28 Feb 2000
To select a wine, press key (for example white
wines) and the items are displayed. For
example to select Cabernet Sauvignon just hit
the digit key 1. In case of multiple items, then
enter the quantity first followed by the X-key
and then press the item look up key. Then
select the item.
RG RON 11:28:54
1 Cabernet Sauvignon
2 Sancerre
3 Bordeaux Blanc
4 Blanc de Blanc
5 Chablis
6 Pinot Blanc
7 Moesel
↓ 8 Vino Verde
↓
John
0
ARTICLE REGISTRATION
Article key with a fixed price
(ARTICLE KEY: Articles programmed on the keyboard.)
For one article:
Coca Cola
Coca Cola
When repeated:
A number of times(e.g. 2x ):
2
X
press again
Coca Cola
Article number entry with a fixed price
For one article(e.g. article-4)
4
ARTICLE#
When repeated:
ARTICLE#
A number of times(e.g. 2x article-4 ):
2
X
4
press again
ARTICLE#
Article key with price entry
Articles can be programmed with and without a price. In both cases the price can be
manually overwritten (depending on the program).
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For one article of 1.50:
1
5
When repeated:
Coca Cola
A number of times
2 x an article of 1.50
1
5
0 PRICE
Coca Cola
press again
0 PRICE
2 X Coca Cola
Article number entry with price entry
For one article:
(Article 4 for 1.50)
When repeated:
1 5 0 PRICE
ARTICLE #
A number of times
1 5
(2 x article 4 for 1.50)
0
4
ARTICLE#
press again
PRICE 2
X
4
ARTICLE#
Article price levels
Up to 4 different prices can be activated per article (depending on the program). To activate
this press <PRICE-LEVEL1> up to <PRICE-LEVEL4> for price level 0-3. Depending on the
program it operates as follows:
• After every article the register switches automatically to price 1.
• The selected price level stays active until another price level is selected.
• After finalizing the transaction the register switches automatically to price 1.
Article levels
Up to 4 different articles can be selected with one ARTICLE KEY. To activate this press
<ART-LEVEL1> up to <ART-LEVEL4>. Depending on the program it works like this.
• After every article the register switches automatically to level 1.
• The selected article level stays active until another article level is selected.
• After finalizing the transaction the register switches automatically to level 1.
Articles with modifiers
Modifiers can be attached to every article. (E.g. a modifier could be used to inform the
kitchen about special customer requirements such as RARE, WELL DONE etc.) a modifier
has no price associated with it. If this function is required then use condiments.
The total number of modifiers depends on the program. Up to 4 modifiers can be attached to
one article. A modifier is printed on the kitchen printer in a different colour (usually red). To
activate a modifier after an article:
Activate modifier1
1
MODIFIER#
Note: to look-up modifiers from a list just press the modifier# key. Then select the modifier
from the list. It is possible to group certain modifiers together. This will make it easier for the
waiter to find a modifier.
To select a modifier, press modifier# key and
the items are displayed. For example to select
Cabernet Sauvignon just hit the digit key 1. In
case of multiple items, then enter the quantity
first followed by the X-key and then press the
item look up key. Then select the item.
Mon 28 Feb 2000
RG RON 11:28:54
20
1 Rare
2 Medium
3 Well done
1 Chateau Briand
65,00
John
0
CONDIMENTS
A condiment is an item added to the price of the main item, a condiment is used to register
side order items for example either french fries, baked potatoe, boiled potatoes or rice with a
steak. One can select (program option) to print the price of each condiment on the guest
check or add the price of each condiment item to the main item price, and only print the
condiments entered. When an item linked with a condiment table is entered, a window will
open that lists all possible choices.
Mon 28 Feb 2000
To select a condiment.For example to select
French fries just hit the digit key 1.
RG RON 11:28:54
1 Steak au poivre
65,00
Side order
1 French fries
2 Baked potatoes
3 Boiled potatoes
4 Rice
John
0
CONDIMENTS MULTIPLE ITEMS
If the condiment is set to allow for multiplication (programmable option) the system will
prompt to enter the quantity for each condiment. Use this feature to register for example 5
Steaks, of which 3 have french fries and 2 have baked potatoes as a side order. The system
will check if the correct quantity of condiments are entered. One can select (program option)
to print the price of each condiment on the guest check or add the price of each condiment
item to the main item price, and only print the condiments entered. When an item linked with
a condiment table is entered, a window will open that lists all possible choices.
To select a condiment.For example to select
French fries just hit the digit key 1. Now the
system promts to enter the quantity, enter the
quantity followed by the X-key. If the number of
entered condiments is less than the quantity of
the main item the window will re-appear. The
system prohibits to enter more condiments
than the total number of main items. For
example in this example it is not possible to
register more than 5 different condiments as
the quantity of the main item is 5.
Mon 28 Feb 2000
RG RON 11:28:54
Side order
21
1 French fries
2 Baked potatoes
3 Boiled potatoes
4 Rice
5 Steak au poivre
65,00
John
Enter Qty
CONDIMENTS LINK
A condiment table maybe linked to another one, so that when the first table is completed, the
second is automatically displayed. In this example, the item Steak au poivre displays side
order first (see previous example), and then must prompt for the kind of sauce. The side
order condiment table is linked to the sauce condiment table.
To select a condiment.For example to select
Mushroom just hit the digit key 1. Now the
system promts to enter the quantity, enter the
quantity followed by the X-key. If the number of
entered condiments is less than the quantity of
the main item the window will re-appear. The
system prohibits to enter more condiments
than the total number of main items.
Mon 28 Feb 2000
RG RON 11:28:54
5 Steak au poivre
65,00
Sauce
3 French fries
1 Mushroom
2 Baked potatoe
2 Bearnaise
7,50
3,00
John
Enter Qty
REMOTE PRINTER - SINGLE ITEM PRINT
By using a connected kitchen printer, programmed single-item tickets can be switched to a
total ticket for one transaction. To activate this press the <KP-SWITCH>- before entering the
articles.
CHARGING TO ACCOUNTS
The register can track balances. Items sold and deposits received can be stored in memory.
To finalise a charge transaction select a tendering key.
Opening an account / table / room
Opening account 12.
1 2
ORDERED#
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The display will show the active table, the total
amount posted this transaction, the items
posted to the account and the total amount so
far.
Mon 28 Feb 2000
TABLE 12
Total
0,00
RG RON 11:28:54
1 Onion soup
6,50
1 Tomato soup
3,50
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total
10,00
John
Total
10,00
Note: to display all open accounts with the total amounts, just press the Ordered key without
entry. Use this function at the start of the transaction.
Mon 28 Feb 2000
To select a table, press key (for example table
1) and the total amount.. For example to select
Table 1 just hit the digit key 1.
RG RON 11:28:54
1 Table 1
2 Table 2
3 Table 3
4 Table 4
5 Table 5
6 Table 6
7 Table 7
↓ 8 Table 8
10,00
125,00
85,00
335,45
↓
John
0
Sell an article.
ARTICLE KEY
Closing the account.
ORDERED#
Remark 1: A transaction can be ended with a tendering key or with the <ORDERED#>-key
(depending on the program).
Remark 2: With the <ORDERED#>-key the transaction is stored into memory. By selecting
a tendering key e.g. <CASH> the account transaction is finalised.
Manual override of compulsory charging to accounts:
When compulsory charge account is temporarily is overridden, an account number does not
have to be entered but the transaction must be finalised by selecting a tendering key.
Covers
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Enter account number.
(e.g. account-12)
1 2
The account has 5 covers.
5
ORDERED#
COVERS
Finalizing charge transactions
Receipt-bill for account-12.
1 2
RECEIPT-BILL
CASH
Slip-bill for account-12.
1 2
SLIP-BILL
CASH
(Every other tendering key could be used.)
Remark 1: A charge transaction can be finalized via the slip printer. Use <PAY-BILL>
instead of <PRINT-BILL>.
Printing a Subtotal-bill
This function is used when the method of payment is not yet known. Use this function to print
the bill.
Sub-bill for account 12
1 2 SUBTTL-BILL
A Sub-bill can also be printed on the slip printer (depending on the program).
When the method of payment is known, insert the bill again
Enter account number.
1 2 ORDERED#
(e.g. account-12)
The paper will be feeded upto the last line, then enter the method of payment.
The system can be set to enforce the use of the bill once it has been printed.
Splitting a bill
Splitting bill 12
1 2
SPLIT BILL
Items that will be paid
ARTICLE KEY
Customer pays with cash
CASH
ARTICLE KEY
Of course, you can use another tendering key.
Deposits
10.25 will be deposited on
1 2 ORDERED
1 0 2
5
account 12
DEPOSIT
Remark 1:
ORDERED
The text on the <DEPOSIT>-key can be different.
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RECEIPT ISSUE
If separate receipts are required without finalizing the transaction and opening the account
again, press <RECEIPT-ISSUE> after the articles required to stay together have been
entered. After the first group of items, the procedure can be repeated. Finalizing the
transaction with <ORDERED> the first receipt is printed.
Opening the account.
(e.g. account 12)
1 2
ORDERED
Entering the items
ARTICLE KEY
Receipt issue
RECEIPT ISSUE
Entering the items
ARTICLE KEY
Receipt issue
RECEIPT ISSUE
Entering the items
ARTICLE KEY
Closing the account
ORDERED
ARTICLE KEY
ARTICLE KEY
ARTICLE KEY
TRANSFERRING ACCOUNTS
Combine (All covers only)
The account can be combined with an account that is already in use.
Account 12 is combined
1 2 ORDERED
with account 6
6 COMBINE
Transfer (All covers only)
The account can be transferred to an account which is not being used.
account 12 is transferred
1 2 ORDERED
to account 6
6 TRANSFER
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CLERK TRANSFER
Transfer an account from one clerk to another clerk
Transfer account 12 of clerk 4
4 CLERK#
1 2 ORDERED
to clerk 6
6 CLERK TRANSFER
Transfer all accounts from one clerk to another clerk
Transfer all account’s of clerk 4
4 CLERK#
to clerk 6
6 CLERK TRANSFER
NEUTRAL SALES
This counter is used to store neutral sales. This amount is printed separately on the report
and does not count in VAT sales or clerk sales.
1.50 on Neutral sales
1
5
0 NEUTRAL SALES
(E.g.This key could be used to register cigarettes or stamps for which a receipt may not be
required.
PERCENTAGE DISCOUNT OR MARK-UP
Using a single discount or mark-up key with a fixed percentage
Enter the article
ARTICLE KEY
Press <DISCOUNT>key
%-
Using a single discount or mark-up key
Enter the article
ARTICLE KEY
Select discount 2
2
%-#
Using a single discount or mark-up key by entering a percentage
Enter the article
ARTICLE KEY
20% percent discount
2
0
%-
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Using a single discount or mark-up key with a fixed percentage at the sub total stage
Enter one or more articles
ARTICLE KEY
Press <DISCOUNT>key
% - SUB
ARTICLE KEY
Using a single key to apply a fixed percentage discount or mark-up at the sub-total
stage
Enter one or more articles
ARTICLE KEY
Select discount 2
2
ARTICLE KEY
%-SUB#
Using a single key to enter a percentage discount or mark-up at the sub-total stage
Enter one or more articles
ARTICLE KEY
20% percent discount
2
Note 1:
Note 2:
Note 3:
Note 4:
0
ARTICLE KEY
%-SUB
To give a percentage discount, use <% +> or <% + #>.
Depending on the programme, the percentage can be overwritten.
Depending on the programme, SUB-TOTAL can be printed when a sub-total
discount is given.
If a discount is given on an article the discount can be calculated over the
department. Depending on the program, an article discount can be
calculated at the department level.
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DISCOUNT AND MARK UP BY AMOUNT
Using a single key to discount or mark-up a fixed value article.
Enter the article
ARTICLE KEY
Press discount key
DISCOUNT
Using a number to apply a discount or mark-up to a fixed value article
Enter the article
ARTICLE KEY
Select discount 2
2
DISCOUNT#
Using a single key to apply a discount or mark-up to an article by a particular value.
Enter the article
ARTICLE KEY
Give a discount of 1.50
1 5 0 DISCOUNT
Using a single key to apply a discount or mark-up to a fixed value article
Enter one or more articles
ARTICLE KEY
Press subtotal discount key
DISCOUNT SUB
ARTICLE KEY
Applying a discount or mark-up to a fixed value selecting a number at the sub-total
stage
Enter one or more articles
ARTICLE KEY
Select discount 2
2
ARTICLE KEY
2 DISCOUNT SUB#
Using a single key to apply a discount or mark-up of a particular amount at the subtotal stage
Enter one or more articles
ARTICLE KEY
Give a discount of 1.50
1 5 0 DISCOUNT SUB
Note 1:
Note 2:
Note 3:
Note 4:
ARTICLE KEY
To give percentage discount use <% +> or <% + #>.
Overriding the percentage is dependant upon the programme.
The printing of the SUB-TOTAL when a subtotal discount is given is
program dependant.
If a discount is given on an article, the discount can be calculated over the
department (program dependant).
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TENDERING
A tendering (Method of Payment) key must be selected to finalise the transactionn The key
can be pressed with or without entering the amount tendered (to calculate the change).
Pressing the <SUB-TOTAL> key first will allow the transaction to be displayed.
Sub-total
The sub-total will appear in the display, following which further items can be registered or
the transaction finalised.
The total amount is 5.00
SUB-TOTAL
Subtotal
5.00
Change
0.00
Change
2.50
Change Computation
Where the amount tendered equals the total due:
The total due is 10.00
SUB-TOTAL
Customer tenders 10.00
1 0 0 0 CASH
Where the amount tendered is greater than the total due:
The total due is 7.50
SUB-TOTAL
Customer tenders 10.00
1 0 0 0 CASH
To calculate the change due at the end of the transaction:
The total due is 7.50
CASH
Customer tenders 10.00
1 0 0 0 CASH
Change
2.50
Change can also be calculated if the transaction is finalised by selecting cash ,
but will only be displayed.
Cheque, credit, credit card or other tendering keys
Cheque, credit and credit card operate in the same way as CASH
Split tendering
When one part is paid by cheque and the remainder is paid in cash.
Transaction total is 15.00
SUB-TOTAL
Subtotal
15.00
Customer tenders a
cheque for 10.00
1 0 0 0 CHEQUE
Subtotal
5.00
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The remainder is paid with CASH
cash
Cash
5.00
When split tendering always begin by pressing the <SUB-TOTAL> key before
the amount tendered is entered.
Note 1:
Tendering correction
If, after finalizing a transaction, the customer decides to use another method of payment, the
following procedure should be adopted:
Example: After a transaction with a total-amount of 120.00 is finalized on <CASH>, the
customer decides to pay with a cheque:
REFUND
1
2
0
0
CASH
1 2
0 0
CHEQUE
Compulsory number entry to record cheque or credit card numbers
The register may be programmed to make a number entry against one or more of the
tendering keys compulsory.
Account number 1234
1 2 3 4 NUMBER CHEQUE
FOREIGN CURRENCY
A foreign currency may be selected by entering a number on the <CURRENCY#> key or by
pressing a <PRESET CURRENCY> key.
Preset currency key
Total due is DM 7.50
SUB TOTAL
D.MARK
Dmark
7.50
Dmark
7.50
CASH
(Other tendering keys may also be used.)
Preset currency key with change calculation
Total due is DM 7.50
SUB-TOTAL
D.MARK
Customer tenders DM 10,- 1 0 0 0 CASH
Note:
Change
2.50
Dependant upon the programme, the change may be calculated in local currency or
in the customer’s currency. Where the change is calculated in the customer’s
currency, the change is printed on the ticket in both currencies.
Currency number key
Total due is DM 7.50
SUB-TOTAL 1 F.CURRENCY#
CASH
The change may also be calculated (see above)
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PAID OUT
One or more <PAID-OUT> keys can be made available. The terminal can be programmed
for the transaction to be finalised automatically or by the selection of a tendering key (E.g.
Cash).
Finalizing automatically
10.00 is to be paid-out
1 0 0 0
PAID OUT
Finalizing by selecting a tendering key
10.00 is to be paid-out
1 0 0 0 PAID-OUT
Repeat
1 0 0 0 PAID-OUT
Finalise by selecting
a tendering key
CASH
Finalizing and recording a reference number (E.g. cheque number, account ref. etc.)
Reference number 1234
1 2 3 4
NUMBER
10.00 is to be paid-out
1 0 0 0
PAID-OUT
Repeat
1 0 0 0
PAID-OUT
Finalise by selecting
CHEQUE
a tendering key
(The transaction can be finalised by selecting any tendering key)
Note: Cash and/or cheque totals are updated
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RECEIVED ON ACCOUNT
Payments against invoices can be entered by using a <RECEIVED on ACCOUNT>key. More
than one key can be programmed for this purpose. The terminal can be programmed for the
transaction to be finalised automatically or by selecting a tendering key (E.g. Cash).
Finalizing Automatically
10.00 has been received
1 0 0 0
RECEIVED OA
Finalizing by selecting a tendering key
10.00 has been received
1 0 0 0
RECEIVED OA
Repeat
1 0 0 0
RECEIVED OA
Finalise by selecting
CASH
a tendering key
(An alternative tendering key can be selected to finalise the transaction.)
Finalizing and recording a reference number (E.g. cheque number, date, invoice
number etc.)
Invoice 1234
1 2 3 4 NUMBER
10.00 has been received
1 0 0 0
RECEIVED OA
Repeat
1 0 0 0
RECEIVED OA
Finalise by selecting
CASH
a tendering key
(An alternative tendering key can be selected to finalise the transaction).
CHANGE TAX RATE
If for any reason you have to select another tax rate (for example in case with EAT-IN or
EAT-out), proceed as shown below.
Tax Shift for the whole transaction
TRANS. VAT SHIFT
enter items
CASH
Tax Shift for a single item within a transaction
ART. VAT SHIFT
enter item
This can be repeated.
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TRAINING
For training purposes a training clerk may be set up. If this clerk is active, no counters other
then the totals for the training clerk are updated during transactions, printing on the journal is
suspended and the consecutive number is not incremented. If the training clerk uses an
account number, the transaction must be finalised by selecting a tendering key!
RECEIPT ON/OFF
This key will suspend printing on the receipt printer. All data programmed to be printed on the
receipt will be suspended. To activate printing, press the key again. The key cannot be used
within a transaction. The COPY receipt function will print on the receipt regardless of the
status of the receipt on/off flag. If a report is programmed to print on the receipt it will do so
regardless of the status of the receipt on/off flag. An indicator on the operator display (RON)
shows the status of the receipt on/off flag.
CORRECTIONS
Clear
This key will clear your last entry or will clear the error tone after a keying-in error.
Void
The register permits the last item entered to be voided immediately after registration by
simply pressing the <VOID>-key
Correction
This key can be used to correct any or all items within a transaction. Press the
<CORRECTION> key, followed by the same key sequence as the entry to be corrected.
Article 2 is to be corrected
or, alternatively,
correct an entry of 1.50
CORRECTION
2
ARTICLE#
CORRECTION
1 5 0
DEPARTMENT
Note: The <CORRECTION> key must be pressed before EVERY item to be corrected.
Refund
To REFUND against returned items, first press the REFUND key, then enter the item to be
refunded. The transaction has to be finalised by selecting a tendering key (E.g. Cash)
Article 2 is to be refunded
or, alternatively,
to refund 1.50
REFUND
REFUND
2 ARTICLE#
1
5 0
DEPARTMENT
Note: The <REFUND> key must be pressed before every item to be refunded.
Cancel
This function will remove all items entered and it functions as a “stay active refund function”.
(Cancelled transactions cannot be printed on the Kitchen Printer!)
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ERROR AND OTHER MESSAGES
ERROR
EXPLANATION
INVALID ENTRY
A global error condition. The entry cannot be accepted due to incorrect lockposition etc.
When a key is pressed the keycode stored for that keycode is handed over to
the Operating System for interpretation. The code programmed for that key is
an invalid code. This means that either the keycode is programmed incorrectly,
or the keyboard data is corrupted.
A new transaction cannot start because the previous transaction hasn’t been
finalized. (This error condition can typically occur during split tendering.)
The date entered is not valid.
The time entered is not valid.
Reminder to enter a value.
This message is displayed if the entered number cannot be located in the
register’s random number file.
An entry cannot be accepted using this function.
The account# cannot be accessed because it’s still active on another terminal
within the network (future option);
The application doesn’t allow split tendering. The transaction needs to be
finalized with only 1 type of tendering key.
This account is already active or being transferred to another account (future
option).
This error message is displayed If the entered account doesn’t match any
number in the register’s memory.
The use of account is mandatory and the transaction cannot be started until an
account number has been entered.
The operator is trying to print a account that is not active.
The print bill key will give this error if used with progressive billing.
Memory billing items are stored in the memory of the register. Once the
memory buffer is full, this errormessage is displayed. It is necessary to clear
one or more account numbers so that new details can be stored.
A report cannot be requested as the register is still in transaction.
The clerk number entered on the key is not known i.e. active in the system;
The report requested doesn’t exist;
The Operating Sysytem actually only processes the transaction at the start of
the next transaction. During sales all registrations are stored in this buffer. This
message is displayed if this buffer is full. The operator must finalise the
transaction in order to continue.
The correction function prohibits the operator from correcting any item not yet
sold.
The entry exceeds the entry value limitation as set in the application
programme.
There is a problem with the kitchen printer. Check if the printer is switched on
and has enough paper. If the operator presses CLEAR the system will try
again. If the finalizing key is pressed, the order is printed on the receipt printer
regardless of the status of the Ron/Off;
The slip printer cannot be used because there is no paper in the printer;
To continue insert a new slip and press CLEAR;
The cancel pay key has been pressed although the account number is not set
to that status.
Access to this account number from another terminal is prohibited while that
account number is in PAY status (future option).
The register can only accept the cheque paid function.
Maximum number of covers per account# is 255.
This function cannot be used unless an item has been entered.
The register cannot communicate with the kitchen printer. Check that the
Kitchen Printer is powered on and has paper.
The register doesn’t accept more than 4 modifiers per item;
The register cannot communicate with the slip printer. Check cable and that the
printer is powered-on.
The clerk who opens the account must continue and finalise the account.
This key function cannot be used with the control lock in the RG position.
A report can be interrupted by pressing the CLEAR key.
Printed for a receipt on request, or when a bill is re-printed. The receipt is
printed regardless of the status of the RON-indicator.
Printed when the account# is being split.
Either the receipt or journal paper roll needs replacing.
UNKNOWN KEYCODE!
STILL IN TENDER
INVALID DATE
INVALID TIME
ENTER AMOUNT
UNKNOWN ARTICLE
NO ENTRY ALLOWED
ACCOUNT STILL OPEN
NO SPLIT TENDER
ACCOUNT ALREADY
OPEN
UNKNOWN ACCOUNT
ACCOUNT REQUIRED
ACCOUNT NOT OPEN
NO TRACK BUFFER
TRACKBUFFER FULL
STILL IN REGIST
UNKNOWN CLERK
UNKNOWN REPORT
TRANSBUFFER FULL
ARTICLE NOT SOLD
ENTRY TOO HIGH
CHECK KP PRINTER
NO PAPER IN SLIP
NEW SLIP PAPER
NOT CHECKED OUT
STILL IN CHECK OUT
ONLY CHECK OUT
OVER MAX COVERS
ONLY WITH ITEM
ERROR ON KP
MAX 4 MODIFIERS
CHECK SLIP PRINT
WRONG CLERK
MANAGER KEY REQ
USER BREAK !!
*** C O P Y ***
**SPLIT - BILL**
NEAREND R or J !
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ENTER NUMBER
NOT WITH
SPLITACCOUNT#
TRANSFERRED TO
TRAINING
* PROGRAM INIT *
** POWERED UP **
NOT AUTHORIZED !
++ INVENTORY -PRICE-CHANGE
* KP NUMBER : 1
* KP NUMBER : 2
* KP NUMBER : 3
* KP NUMBER : 4
* KP NUMBER : 5
* KP NUMBER : 6
* KP NUMBER : 7
* KP NUMBER : 8
**** CANCEL ****
PROFORMA INVOICE
Total Amount
Compulsory clerk
NOT RELEVANT
NOT RELEVANT
NOT RELEVANT
NOT RELEVANT
PLU-FILE FULL
ACCOUNT BUFFER FULL
A number must be entered on this tendering key.
Function cannot be used in combination with Split account.
Printed with a transfer function;
Printed when the register is in training mode;
Printed at initialization with date & time, consecutive number;
Printed at power-up with date & time, consecutive number;
Unauthorized access to a function by a clerk;
Printed during inventory adjustments;
Printed during price-changes
Printed in the header of the Kitchen Printer, or receipt ticket
Printed in the header of the Kitchen Printer, or receipt ticket
Printed in the header of the Kitchen Printer, or receipt ticket
Printed in the header of the Kitchen Printer, or receipt ticket
Printed in the header of the Kitchen Printer, or receipt ticket
Printed in the header of the Kitchen Printer, or receipt ticket
Printed in the header of the Kitchen Printer, or receipt ticket
Printed in the header of the Kitchen Printer, or receipt ticket
Printed during a cancellation.
Printed on the slip if a proforma invoice is required.
Printed on the Kitchen Printer to indicate the total amount of items printed on
this Kitchen Printer.
This message is displayed if no clerk is active at the start of the transaction.
This message is displayed whilst adding PLU’s if the PLU file is full.
The memory that is reserved for tracking accounts is full. Take report 10.
Resetting the register after an error message
IF AN ERROR MESSAGE CANNOT BE CLEARED WITH THE <CLEAR> KEY, IT MAY BE NECESSARY TO
RESET THE REGISTER.TURN THE LOCK TO THE PGM-POSITION, SWITCH OFF THE TERMINAL WAIT 5
SECONDS AND TURN THE TERMINAL ON, NOW YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO CONTINUE THE CURRENT
TRANSACTION. IN THE PGM-POSITION YOU WILL NOT LOOSE ANY DATA. IF THE PROBLEM PERSISTS
CONTACT YOUR DEALER, OR IF YOU HAVE THE C-KEY, TURN THE LOCK ONE POSITION BELOW THE
PGM POSITION AND TURN THE TERMINAL OFF. W AIT 5 SECONDS AND POWER ON. NOW THE CURRENT
TRANSACTION IS ABORTED, AND YOU LOOSE THE TRANSACTION DATA
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PROGRAMMING
PGM
The line-up or line-down keys select the next field (line down) or the previous
field (line up) in the record. When the last field is reached the line-down key will
recall the next record in the file.
Page Down key will move to the next record in the file.
Page UP key will move to the previous record in the file.
Enter key this function will write the data in the record.
To select a file, enter the file number and press
the TYPE key. For example to change article
data enter 1 on the TYPE key. To see all
available files press the TYPE key without
entry.
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1 2 –
3 –
4 –
5 –
6 –
7 –
8 –
9 –
10 –
11 –
12 –
John
PLU
Department
Group
Modifier
Clerk
Tax
Time & Date
Foreign Currency
Receipt Trailer
Receipt Header
Slip Header
PB Text String
13
14
15
16
17
–
–
–
–
–
Keyboard
Salesperson
Time Zone
Discount
Condiment
0
PLU PROGRAMMING
Turn the lock to the PGM-position.
Select the Plu file
1
TYPE
PGM
To select a file, enter the file number and press
the TYPE key. For example to change article
data enter 1 on the TYPE key. The screen will
show the details of the first item in the file. To
select a different item enter the item number
and press the NUMBER key.
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PLU
Steak au poivre
Price
65,00
35,00
Department
1
Plu Link#
1
75,00
COST
Condiment
0
85,00
22,50
1
John
0
PLU, the number of the item in your file
Steak au poivre the descriptor of this item. The system supports a typewriter keyboard
function to facilitate entering of characters. When done press the cursor down key on the
keyboard. This will position the cursor on the next line.
Price: the sales price of the item. An item can have 4 different sales prices. The number of
prices depends on the application. Only the number of different sales prices are shown.
Cost: the cost price of the item. This is a programmable option. If not activated in your
application it won’t be shown on the display.
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Department: Items are consolidated into departments. Examples are Starters, Fish, Meat,
Desserts, etc. The display shows the department number to which this item is linked.
Condiment: The condiment table number displayed if this item is registered.
PLU Link#: If this item is registered (i.e. Steak au poivre in this example) the system will
automatically recall another item from the file
Note: levels are selected by keys on the keyboard. Levels are used for example happy hours
etc. Levels are set in the application. When the link to the department is changed, also the
link to remote printers, tax counters etc. are changed.
DEPARTMENT PROGRAMMING
Turn the lock to the PGM-position.
Select the department file
2
TYPE
PGM
To select a file, enter the file number and press
the TYPE key. For example to change
department enter 2 on the TYPE key. The
Department
Cold starter
screen will show the details of the first
department in the file. To select a different item Group link
enter the item number and press the NUMBER
key.
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1
0
John
0
Department, the number of the item in your file
Cold starter the descriptor of this item. The system supports a typewriter keyboard function to
facilitate entering of characters. When done press the cursor down key on the keyboard. This
will position the cursor on the next line.
Group: Departments are consolidated into groups. Examples are Food, Drinks, etc. The
display shows the group number to which this item is linked.
GROUP PROGRAMMING
Turn the lock to the PGM-position.
Select the Group file
3
TYPE
PGM
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Group
Food
1
John
0
Group, the number of the item in your file
Food the descriptor of this item. The system supports a typewriter keyboard function to
facilitate entering of characters. When done press the cursor down key on the keyboard. This
will position the cursor on the next line.
MODIFIER PROGRAMMING
Turn the lock to the PGM-position.
Select the Modifier file
4
TYPE
PGM
The screen will show the details of the first
group in the file. To select a different item enter
the item number and press the NUMBER key. Modifier
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1
Well Done
Group
0
John
0
Modifier, the number of the item in your file
Well done the descriptor of this item. The system supports a typewriter keyboard function to
facilitate entering of characters. When done press the cursor down key on the keyboard. This
will position the cursor on the next line.
Group: to facilitate easy location of modifiers by the waiter, modifiers can be grouped. Then a
key on the keyboard will only list modifiers grouped together.
CLERK PROGRAMMING
Turn the lock to the PGM-position.
Select the Clerk file
5
TYPE
PGM
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Clerk
John
1
John
0
Clerk, the number of the clerk in your file
John the descriptor of this item. The system supports a typewriter keyboard function to
facilitate entering of characters. When done press the cursor down key on the keyboard. This
will position the cursor on the next line.
TAX PROGRAMMING
Turn the lock to the PGM-position.
Select the Tax file
6
TYPE
PGM
The screen will show the details of the first
clerk in the file. To select a different item enter
the item number and press the NUMBER key.
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Tax
VAT 17,5%
Rate
1
1750
John
0
Clerk, the number of the clerk in your file
Vat 17,5% the descriptor of this tax counter. The system supports a typewriter keyboard
function to facilitate entering of characters. When done press the cursor down key on the
keyboard. This will position the cursor on the next line.
Rate: The tax percentage
Note: The system supports various types of tax calculation. When in doubt how to change
the details for the tax itemizer contact your dealer.
TIME & DATE PROGRAMMING
Turn the lock to the PGM-position.
Select the Time and date file
7
TYPE
PGM
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Time & date
Time
Date
11:28:55
Mon 28 Feb 2000
John
0
To change the time, position the cursor on the time field if the system is set to a 24:00 clock:
enter the time and press the enter key on the keyboard. If set to AM/PM enter 0 for for AM
and 1 for PM. So 9:00 AM enter 0900 and press the enter key. For 9:00 PM, enter 1900
followed by the enter key.
To change the date position the cursor on the date field. You need to enter the day of the
week first. Monday = 1 Tuesday = 2 Wednesday = 3 Thursday = 4 Friday = 5 Saturday = 6
and Sunday = 7. Then enter the date, press the enter key.
CURRENCY PROGRAMMING
Turn the lock to the PGM-position.
Select the Foreign currency file
8
TYPE
PGM
The screen will show the details of the first
clerk in the file. To select a different item enter
the item number and press the NUMBER key.
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Foreign currency
EURO
Buying rate
Selling rate
1
0,000
0,000
John
0
Foreign currency, the number of the record in your file
Euro: the descriptor. The system supports a typewriter keyboard function to facilitate entering
of characters. When done press the cursor down key on the keyboard. This will position the
cursor on the next line.
Buying and selling rates must be programmed for each currency accepted. Change amounts
can either be calculated in the local currency or in the last tendered foreign currency. This
option depends on the application parameters. The buying and selling value can be
calculated by dividing the amount of units for this currency by the buying and selling rate.
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Example:
US dollar buying rate 1.69 - selling rate 1.81
German mark buying rate 109.35 - selling rate 113.35
1 : 1,69 = 0,591 (buying value)
1 : 1,81 = 0,552 (selling value)
US.dollar
Austr.dollar
Belg.frank (100)
Canad.dollar
Danish Krona (100)
German mark (100)
English pound
Finnish mark (100)
1,690
1,30
5,28
1,200
27,10
109,35
2,61
34,50
100:109,35 = 0,914 (buying value)
100:113,35 = 0,882 (selling value)
1,810
1,42
5,58
1,320
29,60
113,35
2,86
37,00
Buying rate
The rate on which the calculation from the local currency to the foreign
currency is based. The rate is either entered with 3 or 4 decimals. This depends on the
application.
Selling rate
The rate on which the change amount is based incase the change
amount is in the last used tendered currency amount. This option is set in the application.
When ready turn the control lock
To exit: turn the key
Note 1:
Note 2:
A value always has to be entered with 3 decimals but without the decimal point.
The change is calculated at the buying rate and the total amount is calculated at
the selling rate.
RECEIPT TRAILER PROGRAMMING
Turn the lock to the PGM-position.
Select the receipt trailer file
9
TYPE
PGM
The screen will display the current trailer.
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Receipt trailer
YOUR RECEIPT THANK YOU
PLEASE CALL AGAIN
John
0
The descriptor. The system supports a typewriter keyboard function to facilitate entering of
characters. When done press the cursor down key on the keyboard. This will position the
cursor on the next line.
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RECEIPT HEADER PROGRAMMING
Turn the lock to the PGM-position.
Select the receipt header file
10
TYPE
PGM
The screen displays the current header
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Receipt header
*******************************
* Pizza restaurant Roma
*
* Via Della Decoratore 4
*
* 431278 ROMA
*
********************* *********
John
0
The descriptor. The system supports a typewriter keyboard function to facilitate entering of
characters. When done press the cursor down key on the keyboard. This will position the
cursor on the next line.
SLIP HEADER PROGRAMMING
Turn the lock to the PGM-position.
Select the receipt header file
11
TYPE
PGM
The screen displays the current header
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Slip header
*******************************************
* Pizza restaurant Roma
*
* Via Della Decoratore 4
*
* 431278 ROMA
*
*******************************************
John
0
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PB TEXT PROGRAMMING
Turn the lock to the PGM-position.
Select the PB text string file
12
TYPE
PGM
The screen displays the current text
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PB Text String
TABLE 1
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1
John
0
The descriptor. For each PB-number (table number, room number or accounts) you may
program one line of text of 24 characters.The system supports a typewriter keyboard function
to facilitate entering of characters. When done press the cursor down key on the keyboard.
This will position the cursor on the next line. This is a programmable option.
KEYBOARD PROGRAMMING
Turn the lock to the PGM-position.
Select the keyboard file
13
TYPE
PGM
The screen displays the keynumbers and there
functions. The programming is divided in 3
pages use the PG-down and PG-up keys to
Keyboard
move to the next page
1 –
2 –
3 –
4 –
5 –
6 –
7 –
8 –
9 –
10 –
John
XXXXX
XXXXX
XXXXX
XXXXX
XXXXX
XXXXX
XXXXX
XXXXX
XXXXX
XXXXX
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(
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11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
-
XXXXX
XXXXX
XXXXX
XXXXX
XXXXX
XXXXX
XXXXX
XXXXX
XXXXX
XXXXX
0
Programming the terminal requires a thorough knowledge of both hard- and software of the
terminal. Kontakt your dealer first before making any changes in the keyboard programming.
SALESPERSON PROGRAMMING
Turn the lock to the PGM-position.
PGM
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Select the salespersons file
14
TYPE
The screen displays the current text
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Sales person
Peter Pan
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1
John
0
The descriptor. For each sales personyou may program one line of text of 24 characters.The
system supports a typewriter keyboard function to facilitate entering of characters. When
done press the cursor down key on the keyboard. This will position the cursor on the next
line. This is a programmable option.
TIME ZONE PROGRAMMING
Turn the lock to the PGM-position.
Select the time zone file
15
TYPE
PGM
The screen displays the first page of the time
zone programming
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Time zone
1 – 00:00
2 – 00:30
3 – 01:00
4 – 01:30
5 – 02:00
6 – 02:30
7 – 03:00
8 – 03:30
9 – 04:00
10 – 04:30
1
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
000
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05:00
05:30
06:00
06:30
07:00
07:30
08:00
08:30
09:00
09:30
John
0
The maximum number of time zones is 48, they are divied over 3 pages. Use the Page Down
and Page Up keys to scroll through the pages. The first time zone must start at 00:00 and
the last one must end at 00:00. In between you must set the time as you wish. The system
will track sales data for each individual time zone. You may change the time zones, but you
cannot change the kind of sales data tracked for each time zone. Consult your dealer in case
of doubt. To enter a time just position the cursor and enter the time. Use a PM/AM system or
24 hour clock system as has been set in the application.
DISCOUNT PROGRAMMING
Turn the lock to the PGM-position.
Select the time zone file
PGM
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16
TYPE
The screen will show the details of the first
clerk in the file. To select a different item enter
the item number and press the NUMBER key,
or use the Page Down or Page Up keys.
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Discount
Special offer
Fixed
Maximum discount
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1
1000
999900
John
0
The descriptor. For each function you may program one line of text of 16 characters.The
system supports a typewriter keyboard function to facilitate entering of characters. When
done press the cursor down key on the keyboard. This will position the cursor on the next
line. This is a programmable option.
Fixed: if your system is set for a preset discount function, the rate is programmed in this field.
Maximum discount: if your system is set for a open discount function this field contains the
maximum percentage alllowed.
Note: Fixed and open are programmable options. Consult your dealer in case of doubt.
CONDIMENT PROGRAMMING
Turn the lock to the PGM-position.
Select the time zone file
17
TYPE
PGM
The screen will show the details of the first
ccondiment table in the file. To select a
different item enter the item number and press
the NUMBER key, or use the Page Down or
Page Up keys.
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Condiment
Side Order
Options
Condiment link
1- 0
2 - 0
3 - 0
4 - 0
5 - 0
6 - 0
7 - 0
8 - 0
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1
2
0
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
3
-
4
5
6
7
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
John
0
The descriptor. For each function you may program one line of text of 16 characters.The
system supports a typewriter keyboard function to facilitate entering of characters. When
done press the cursor down key on the keyboard. This will position the cursor on the next
line. This is a programmable option. This descriptor is displayed on the screen during
registration.
Options: These options are programmable features for the table. The dealer has discussed
these options, so only after consultation with your dealer you should change them.
Condiment link: Program the article numbers (PLU-numbers) the system should prompt the
operator to select.
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PROGRAM DUMP
In any of the non registration positions on the control lock, the application in the register can
be printed on the internal receipt printer.
Dumping articles
1 File dump
Dumping all articles
1
TYPE
DMP
When completed, turn the key to another position (WAIT FOR COMPLETION).
2 Record dump
Dumping article 4
1
TYPE
ENTER ↵
4
DMP
When completed, turn the key to another position (WAIT FOR COMPLETION).
3 Range dump
Dumping articles 1 to 10
1
TYPE
1
0
ENTER ↵
1
NUM
DMP
When completed, turn the key to another position (WAIT FOR COMPLETION).
Dumping departments
To dump departments, enter 2 instead of 1 on the <TYPE>-key and enter the department
number instead of the article number.
INVENTORY ADJUSTMENTS
If Clerk compulsion is active, select a clerk first.
Inventory + (Adding items into stock with quantity only)
1 SUB-TOTAL
MGR
Add 2 units
or
Add 2 units of article 4
2 X
2 X
4
PLU1
PLU#
For the next article , start by entering the quantity.
Inventory - (Removing items from stock with quantity only)
2 SUB-TOTAL
MGR
educe by 2 units
or
Reduce by 2 units of article 4
2 X
2 X
For the next article start by entering the quantity.
If Clerk compulsion is active, select a clerk first.
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4
PLU#
PLU1
Inventory + (Adding items into stock with quantity and amount)
1 SUB-TOTAL
MGR
Add 2 units at a price of 1,00 each
or
Add 2 units of article 4 of 1,25 each
2 X
100
2 X
4
X
125
PLU1
X
PLU#
For the next article , start by entering the quantity.
Inventory - (Removing items from with quantity only)
2 SUB-TOTAL
MGR
Reduce 2 units at a price of 1,00 each
or
Reduce 2 units of article 4 of 1,25 each
2 X
100
2 X
4
For the next article start by entering the quantity.
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X
125
PLU1
X
PLU#
REPORTING
Reports may be required in several ways:
#
#
#
reports from individual machine on the machine itself
reports from an individual machine requested on another machine on the lan
reports from all terminals consolidated (added together) and printed.
The control lock must be in the X or Z position for a report to be taken and the desired report
number must be entered, followed by pressing the <CASH>-key
Reports will be printed but not reset (cleared down) when the control lock is
in this position.
X
Reports will be printed AND reset (cleared ) when the control lock is set in
this position.
Z
List of report names and their
contents.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Individual clerk report
Daily financial report
Daily department report
Article report
Timeband report
Monthly financial report
Monthly department report
Consolidated clerk report
2
4 6
1 1 1 3 3 1
2 2 1 3 3 2 1
5
3
2
4 6
2 2 1 3 3 2 1
5
2
1 1 1 3 3 1
1=Amount
2=Amount+customers
3=Amount+quantity
4=Amount+customers+quantity
5=Amount+customers+quantity+reduction
6=Amount+customers+quantity+refund+ reduction
To request reportnumber 4 consolidated from terminals 1 through 3
3
0
4
CASH
The report data is printed on the terminal on which the report is requested. The data is
printed on the printer assigned to the reporting terminal.
Report 4 from terminal 2
5
2
0
4
CASH
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The report data printed is only the report 4 data of terminal 2.
Note: Z-reports can only be requested from a terminal to which a receipt printer is
connected.
RESTORING ACCOUNT DATA
When items are posted to an account (table) these items are broadcasted to all terminals in
the lan at the same time. So each terminal has a copy of the complete guestcheck. This
guarantees the best possible redundancy as in case a terminal fails bills can be printed on
any other terminal. When the problem with the faulty terminal is solved, you then need to
copy the accountdata from a terminal that has the correct data to the repaired terminal. The
procedure to do this is very simple and straight forward
For example:
terminal 4 must be updated from terminal 2
Enter on terminal 4:
9
9
0
2
TEST
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SYSTEM KEYBOARD
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ERRORS ON SHARED PRINTERS
If a terminal detects an error on a remote-, receipt-, journal-printer the display will signal the
printer and the port. Then you check the cause of the problem and solve the problem on that
printer. Check if the cover is closed or if the printer is without paper. Incase the problem
persists you need to consult your dealer. The system will automatically select a alternate
printer for a remote printer. The alternate remote printer to be selected is set in your
application. With each transaction the system will try to print on the standard printer first, if
this printer still is out of order, the order is printed on the alternate printer. In this way the
system is self healing as as soon as the default printer is working again, orders are printed
on that printer again. stil remains, you may disable further printer on the receipt printer
NETWORK ERROR CODES
In case of network errors the operating system will signal these to the operator in the
following format: NETWORK ERROR !
R#XX P#YY
R#XX indicates the terminal number which doesn’t respond;
P#YY indicates the type of error.
YY
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
Message
Cannot open a PB# on the addressed terminal
Cannot print on RS-232 port 1 on the addressed terminal
Cannot print on RS-232 port 2 on the addressed terminal
Cannot print on RS-232 port 3 on the addressed terminal
Cannot print on RS-232 port 4 on the addressed terminal
Cannot print on RS-232 port 5 on the addressed terminal
Cannot print on RS-232 port 6 on the addressed terminal
Cannot print on RS-232 port 7 on the addressed terminal
Cannot close a PB# on the addressed terminal
Cannot post an item to a PB# on the addressed terminal
When a terminal is switched off all others can no longer communicate with this terminal. In a
system with floating PB#’s and 2 terminals numbered #1 and #2. When on terminal number
2 the waiter tries to open a PB#, the display will show:
NETWORK ERROR !
R#01 P#00
The error tone is off, and the operator can continue to register the items. The display will
continue to show the message until the register is back on line. A faulty register doesn’t stop
the operation of other As the account details are stored in each terminal’s memory you will
always be able to printout a guestcheck on a terminal connected to your guest check printer.
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