Euro-50TE Mini UserGuide

Euro-50TE Mini UserGuide
Euro-50T Mini
User Manual
version 1.0
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© ELCOM s. r. o., 2009
Contents
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................................... 7
Important notices .......................................................................................................................................... 8
Basic definitions ............................................................................................................................................ 9
Clean Cash (available only with a certified cash register and firmware) ...........................................9
Logo ...................................................................................................................................9
Departments .....................................................................................................................10
Tax level ............................................................................................................................10
Sales units .........................................................................................................................10
PLU ..................................................................................................................................10
The connection between departments and PLUs......................................................................10
Reports .............................................................................................................................10
Bar codes ......................................................................................................................... 11
The bar-code scanner ......................................................................................................... 11
Cumulative totals (grand totals) .............................................................................................. 11
Concepts defining the launch of the euro currency, or payment in a foreign currency ..................... 11
Conversion rate ............................................................................................................ 11
Dual display .................................................................................................................12
Dual cash circulation .....................................................................................................12
Primary currency ..........................................................................................................12
Foreign (secondary) currency .........................................................................................12
Dual currencies ............................................................................................................12
CASH REGISTER CHARACTERISTICS ................................................................................... 13
Parts of the cash register, basic parameters ..........................................................................................14
Attaching peripheral devices .....................................................................................................................15
The Euro-50T Mini cash register keyboard .............................................................................................16
Names and functions of buttons (keys) ...................................................................................16
Description od displays .............................................................................................................................. 17
Description of the cashier display .......................................................................................... 17
Description of the customer display .......................................................................................18
Entering cash register modes ...................................................................................................................18
Installation of the paper tape ....................................................................................................................19
Usage and storage of paper ribbons ......................................................................................20
Using a memory card ..................................................................................................................................20
Setting the display contrast : .................................................................................................20
PROGRAMMING THE CASH REGISTER ................................................................................. 21
Initialization ..................................................................................................................................................22
General procedure when programming in ”P“ mode .............................................................................22
Basic rules for navigating in a menu .......................................................................................22
Printing of programmed values ..............................................................................................23
Revision of programmed values .............................................................................................23
Editing text in EditMode .......................................................................................................23
Recommended procedure when programming the cash register ................................................23
Price and tax parameters ...........................................................................................................................24
Overview of individual price and tax parameters .......................................................................25
Settings for prices .........................................................................................................25
Settings for cash ...........................................................................................................25
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Settings for taxes ..........................................................................................................26
Currencies ....................................................................................................................................................26
Text logos .....................................................................................................................................................27
Graphic logo .................................................................................................................................................28
Programming operators .............................................................................................................................28
Departments .................................................................................................................................................28
Function text ................................................................................................................................................29
Product items ...............................................................................................................................................29
Jumping to a specific product item .........................................................................................30
Surchanges and discounts ........................................................................................................................30
System parameters .....................................................................................................................................31
Exporting and Importing of data .............................................................................................31
Exporting of data ..........................................................................................................31
Importing of data ...........................................................................................................32
Peripherals ...................................................................................................................................................32
Text journal ........................................................................................................................34
Binary journal .....................................................................................................................34
Changeover to the euro ..............................................................................................................................34
Stage prior to announcing of the conversion rate ......................................................................35
Dual display .......................................................................................................................35
Dual circulation...................................................................................................................36
The end of dual circulation ...................................................................................................38
The end of dual display ........................................................................................................38
OPERATION IN REGISTRATION MODE ..................................................................................39
Status and functions which are required to know prior to the start of ringing sales ........................40
Error warning - the CLEAR key ..............................................................................................40
Keys for finalising payment with CASH, CHECK and CREDIT .....................................................40
Cashier login ......................................................................................................................40
Switch operator ..................................................................................................................40
Registration mode menu ............................................................................................................................40
Examples of basic accounting procedures ............................................................................................. 41
PLU registration ...........................................................................................................................................42
Basic PLU registration .........................................................................................................42
Repeated registration of an item ............................................................................................42
Multiplication in PLU registration ............................................................................................43
PLU registration using a price not programmed ........................................................................43
Multiplication in PLU registration using a price not programmed ..................................................43
Double multiplication in PLU registering ..................................................................................43
Fractional PLU registration ...................................................................................................44
Other types of PLU sales ............................................................................................................................44
Linked PLUs registration ......................................................................................................44
Registering of refundable packaging ......................................................................................44
Registration using bar codes ................................................................................................45
Entering amounts using electronic scales ...............................................................................45
Corrections and voids .................................................................................................................................46
Clearing ............................................................................................................................46
Voiding (cancellations) .........................................................................................................46
Surchanges and discounts ........................................................................................................................47
Percent surcharge/discount on an item ..................................................................................47
Percent surcharge/discount on a subtotal ...............................................................................48
Value surcharges and value discounts ....................................................................................49
Refunds .........................................................................................................................................................50
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Refund of a product ............................................................................................................50
Refund of a package ...........................................................................................................50
Depositing cash ...........................................................................................................................................51
Withdrawal of cash or checks ...................................................................................................................52
Enter reference number .............................................................................................................................52
Registration using the euro currency .......................................................................................................53
Stage prior to announcement of the conversion rate .................................................................53
Stage of dual display ...........................................................................................................54
Stage of dual circulation - entry to the eurozone .......................................................................55
Stage of mandatory dual display ............................................................................................55
The end of dual display .......................................................................................................56
Text journal ...................................................................................................................................................57
Binary Journal ..............................................................................................................................................57
REPORTS ...................................................................................................................................61
Report modes ..............................................................................................................................................62
Generated reports .......................................................................................................................................62
Report contents ...........................................................................................................................................62
Financial reports .................................................................................................................62
Daily financial X-report .........................................................................................................62
Monthly financial X-report .....................................................................................................63
Daily turnover .....................................................................................................................63
X - cashier report ................................................................................................................63
PLU X-report .....................................................................................................................63
DPT X-report ......................................................................................................................63
X-Drawer report ..................................................................................................................63
Daily financial Z-report .........................................................................................................63
Monthly financial Z-report .....................................................................................................64
Z-cashier report ..................................................................................................................64
PLU Z-report .....................................................................................................................64
PLU X-report print out ..........................................................................................................64
How to print an X-report .............................................................................................................................64
Sample printouts of an X-report .............................................................................................65
Z-Drawer report ..................................................................................................................66
DPT Z-report ......................................................................................................................66
Z- Combined report Name ....................................................................................................66
How to print out a Z-report .........................................................................................................................67
Sample printouts of an Z-report .............................................................................................67
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES ......................................................................................................69
Digital scales......................................................................................................................70
Bar-code scanners..............................................................................................................70
MS-5145 Eclipse ..........................................................................................................70
Metrologic Orbit MS-7120 ..............................................................................................70
Metrologic MS-9520 Voyager .........................................................................................71
Birch CD-108e .............................................................................................................71
HELPFUL ADVICE .....................................................................................................................73
Helpful advice .............................................................................................................................................. 74
Information and error messanges ............................................................................................................75
Testing the cash register ............................................................................................................................79
Testing the electronic circuits and the display ..........................................................................79
Customer display ..........................................................................................................79
Cashier display .............................................................................................................79
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Testing the keyboard ...........................................................................................................80
Testing the printer ...............................................................................................................81
Testing the position of thermal printer head .............................................................................81
Paper ribbon sensor test ......................................................................................................82
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INTRODUCTION
Introduction
Thank you for choosing the Euro-50T Mini electronic cash register. Before you begin using the cash register,
read these instructions to become familiar with the register‘s features and functions. Be sure to save this manual
for future use. It will help you resolve problems that may arise.
IMPORTANT NOTICES
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Do not leave switched-on equipment unattended!
At start up, the certified Euro-50T Mini checks connectivity with the CleanCash security device. If there
is no connection or a broken connection, operations in R and T mode will be not available.
Install the cash register in a place where it will not be exposed to direct sunlight, unusual changes in
temperature (below 0°C and over 45°C) or high humidity. Installation in an unsuitable place could cause damage to the casing and electrical components.
•
Prior to use, leave the cash register connected to the power adapter for at least 4 hours in order to charge the internal battery.
•
When charging the battery, the external casing of the cash register may heat up; therefore, we recommend
that it not be placed near inflammable materials.
•
Upon carrying the cash register from a cool environment to a warm one, or vice versa, do not switch it
on for at least 20 minutes.
•
The cash register should not be operated by a person with wet hands. Water could penetrate to the interior and cause the failure of parts.
•
Clean the cash register with a soft, dry cloth. Never use a cleaning agents such as petrol and other solvents. The use of such chemicals can lead to damage to the register casing or discoloration.
•
Protect the register from being sprinkled or doused with liquids. Liquids can damage the functionality of
the cash register. The register keyboard in particular should be thoroughly protected.
•
Connect the cash register to a standard electrical socket (230V±10%) using the adapter provided.
Some electrical equipment connected in the same network circuit can cause the improper functioning
of the cash register. In such a case, use a special antijamming device recommended by the maker of
the register.
Notice: The adapter is specified only for interior use!
•
If the cash register is not working properly, take it to an authorised service center technician. Do not
attempt to repair the cash register yourself. Do not open the cash register!
•
If the equipment is to be fully disconnected from the electrical network, unplug the AC/DC adapter from
its electric outlet.
•
If an external adapter is connected to the cash register, the internal accumulator is charged even when
the cash register is turned off.
•
If a red streak appears at the end of the paper ribbon, change the ribbon as soon as possible. Changing
the ribbon too late could damage to the printer or decrease its lifespan.
•
Use a paper ribbon that is not glued at its end. If such a paper ribbon is used and not changed early
enough, the printer could be damaged or its lifespan could be shortened. In such a case, the warranty
for the damaged printer is no longer valid.
•
We recommend using only high-quality thermal paper ribbons. Improper ribbons may damage the cash register printer or possibly shorten its lifespan. With the use of suitable ribbons and proper maintenance, the
printer has an average lifespan up to 25 million printed lines! You can find detailed information in the chapter
Usage and Storage of Paper Ribbons.
•
Journal paper storage recommendations: Do not expose thermal paper to direct sunlight. Store at
a temperature no higher than 40°C. Avoid contact with PVC, mollifiers, organic solvents, glues and water. When taping a report into an accounts book, only press tape at the end of the paper ribbon in order
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Introduction
not to damage the printed data. Paper ribbons must be kept in proper storage conditions in order to
preserve data according to valid provisions.
It is important to use only paper ribbons which meet all of the required characteristics of the manufacturer. If
storage conditions are not met or low-quality paper ribbons are used, the Elcom company cannot guarantee
the quality of the printing nor the preservation of data.
•
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Use only the AC/DC adapter provided or an adapter recommended by an authorised dealer. The use of other
types of adapters may result in damage to the adapter or the cash register.
For communication between the cash register and a computer, use only the program recommended by
your authorised dealer and the original connection cable for the cash register.
If the cash register is used in different ways than those described in these instructions, the dealer cannot be
responsible for any incorrect data or damage that may result.
Only equipment which conforms to European Union standards (CE) should be connected to the Euro-50 Mini.
In other cases, the Elcom company cannot guarantee the adherence to standards of whole system. Your
authorised dealer or the Elcom company can inform you about the possibilities of connecting the Euro-50T
cash register with different equipment.
A symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product, upon completion of
its use, should not be treated as common household waste. Instead it should be handed over
to a special take-back scheme for the recycling of electrical equipment and electronic components. By ensuring the proper disposal of this product, you will help preserve natural resources
and help prevent potential negative consequences on the environment and on human health.
You can get further details from your local office or from the nearest waste-collection centre.
The product contributes to environmental protection through the use of non-lead technology
during its production.
BASIC DEFINITIONS
Clean Cash (available only with a certified cash register and firmware)
Each receipt is concurrently stored in this device, securing data for authorities and avoiding potential fiscal
fraud. The device can be connected only to a certified cash register. The cash register and CleanCash uses
standard RS232 serial connectivity with a pinouts of: 2-3, 3-2 and 5-5.
The maker of this device is RETAIL INNOVATIONS (www.retailinnovation.se). Further information about CleanCash is available from the manufacturer.
Logo
The heading of each printed receipt contains introductory information, followed by a description of the goods
purchased. It is primarily used to identify the owner of the cash register (company name, address, tax information, company identification, etc.).
Figure 1.1 – Receipt logo.
YOUR SHOP
Perfect goods ANYWHERE
DKP: 0123456789876543546
TPN: 01234567/9876
-----------------------------------Ta c k
Välkommen ater
Org. Nummer:
012345-6789
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Departments
Departments (DPTs) are used to denote groups of goods having some common features (dairy products,
foodstuffs, fruit, etc.) and is characterised by a name.
Tax level
Tax level is used to determine the tax on the goods sold. It is characterised by a percent value.
Sales units
Sales units are used in connection with the quantity of goods sold (metres, litres, etc.). Each PLU has a specific sales unit assigned which indicates the quantity of the goods sold. It is possible to program 8 specific
sales units with a maximum of three characters.
PLU
PLU (Price Look Up) is an abbreviation used to denote a specific product item. The PLU code represents the name
of the product, the sale price, its bar code and flags (assignment to a department, VAT level, PLU type, etc.).
For example: whole milk - 13.50 EUR, plain yogurt - 7.50 EUR.
The connection between departments and PLUs
The example in figure 1.2 clearly illustrates the relation between the departments and the product items
(PLUs).
Figure 1.2 – The relation between departments and PLUs.
PRODUCTS
Baked goods
Dairy products
Sweets
Plain yogurt
Mints
Whole wheat roll.
Vodka 1 L
Whole milk. 1 L
M&Ms
Kaiser roll
Brandy 0.5 L
Pudding
Tatran wafer - nougat.
White bread
Beer 12o 0.5 L
Eidam cheese 30%
Cocoa
Challa bread
Wine 0.7 L
Alcohol
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Reports
Reports provide an overview of sales according to selected criteria (daily totals, periodical (e.g., monthly),
etc.). There are two basic types of reports: „X“ and „Z“.
„X“ reports print out specific sales values (according to the report selected) without zeroing out this data in
the cash register memory.
„Z“ reports print out the sales values of the selected report, and after the printing of these values, zeroes
out the cash register memory.
Notice: According to valid Slovak legislation, a report in „Z“ mode must always be printed out at the end
of each day.
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Bar codes
A bar code is a graphic encoding of a number signifying a product according to strictly defined international regulations. If a product has a bar code assigned, the bar code is depicted on each packaging for this
product. The most frequently used codes for products in Europe are the 13-digit code according to the EAN
norm (EAN - 13) and the 8-digit code (EAN-8). The Euro-50T Mini cash register is also capable of working
with EAN bar codes which contain an expanded 2 or 5-digit section.
Figure 1.3 – EAN Bar codes
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The bar-code scanner
Equipment which ensures the scanning of a bar code. The device is used at the point-of-sale for the rapid
and accurate registering of products being purchased.
Figure 1.4 – Bar-code scanner.
Cumulative totals (grand totals)
Cumulative totals are variables that calculate the values of all sales. Three types of grand totals are generally
known: GT1, GT2 and GT3, which are defined by Regulation no. 55/1994 Code of Laws on the method of
recording sales through electronic cash registers, as amended, as follows:
GT1 - gross turnover - this means the cumulative total of all positive values registered in the electronic
cash register (ECR).
GT2 - net turnover - is understood to be to the difference between gross turnover and negative turnover.
GT3 - negative turnover - meaning the cumulative total of all negative values (refunded items), discounts
and negative items registered in the ECR.
Concepts defining the launch of the euro currency,
or payment in a foreign currency
Conversion rate
The conversion rate is the irrevocable fixed exchange rate between the euro and the national currency
which the Council of the Europe Union accepts according to special provisions and according to which the
currency will be replaced by the euro from the day the euro is introduced in the country.
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Dual display
The dual display of prices, payments and other values is the depiction and introduction of prices simultaneously in the national currency as well as in the euro currency according exclusively to the fixed exchange rate
and other regulations for the changeover from national currency to the euro. Thus, prior to the day the euro
is launched, monetary sums presented in the national currency are for informational purposes introduced
also in euros, and from the day the euro is launched, including the day of its launch, sums presented in
euros are for informational purposes, also shown in the national currency.
Dual cash circulation
The period of dual cash circulation is designated as a temporary period of cash circulation which begins on
the day the euro is introduced and during which, by law, all cash payments may be made in any valid euro
banknotes and coins, including commemorative euro coins, which were issued by the European Central
Bank, the National Bank, elsewhere in the eurozone or in participating third-party states, and at the same
time valid national banknotes and coins, including commemorative national coins which were issued by the
National Bank and which were valid on the day the euro was introduced.
Primary currency
The primary currency is the currency in which all important financial calculations are made and which, for
the authorised period of transfer to the euro currency, is valid by law in the particular country.
Foreign (secondary) currency
The foreign or secondary currency is an optional other currency serving for the making of payments and
withdrawals concurrently with the primary currency. The cash register allows the recording of withdrawals
and payments for one foreign currency. The foreign currency can be the euro currency or another, such
as, for example, the U.S. dollar. During the phase of dual circulation of the euro currency and the national
currency, however, the foreign currency must be the national currency.
Dual currencies
The currency serving for informational calculation and display of monetary sums. It is generally not possible
to make payments, deposits or withdrawals in this currency. This does not apply if the dual currency is identical to the foreign currency (dual cash circulation).
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CASH REGISTER
CHARACTERISTICS
Cash register characteristics
PARTS OF THE CASH REGISTER, BASIC PARAMETERS
The Euro-50T Mini cash register arises from the experience of many people successful in business. Using and
programming the cash register is simple and intuitive thanks to its clearly arranged menu (see the MENU MAP in
the chapter „Helpful Advice“).
The Euro-50T Mini belongs to a family of portable cash registers. It is both light and compact. It is designed
for smaller operations, portable sellers, or as a replacement register during electrical outages. It is also
used in small grocery shops, drugstores, textile shop and larger over-the-counter operations - for example,
stationery shops. Despite its small size, it is very well equipped technically.
Specific characteristic of the Euro50T Mini is storing the control tape (journal) in electronic form and later,
saving it on the memory card or download to computer.
The Euro-50T Mini cash register can be powered by:
• an electrical network 230V (± 10%) via the power adapter supplied
• the built-in accumulator
• a car battery (12–V) by using a cable connection to the car‘s cigarette lighter.
The package includes the cash register, the adapter, the storage battery and a presentational CD.
The cash register fully supports the Slovak language and Slovak diacritical marks.
Figure 2.1 – Basic features of the Euro-50T Mini cash register
Cashier display
Customer display
Receipt
opening
Keyboard
Table 2.1 – Parameters of the Euro-50T Mini cash register
Designed for
all types of counter operations, smaller self-service sellers, sales
stands, operations of services, taverns and bars
Number of PLUs
2 000
Number of DPTs
20
Number of cashiers
1
Tax levels
4
Printer
thermal, Seiko LPTZ-245
Average print speed
12 lines/s
Thermal paper ribbon
57 mm
Number of characters in PLU name
24
Number of characters in the logo line
24/12 (normal characters/double-sized characters)
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Max logo lines
9 lines
Capital and small characters
Bold characters
yes
Special characters
Programming language
Receipts language
English
Reports language
Reports
daily, periodic (monthly)
Operational conditions
0-45°C, humidity of 80% with a temperature of 35°C and lower
Cashier display
alphanumeric, 2 * 16 characters
Customer display
10-characters LCD
PC interface
USB
CleanCash interface
RS232 (works only with a certified cash register)
Scales and scanner interface
1xRS232 standard, 1xRS232 optional
Memory card *
SD, SDHC and MMC card (not included)
Dimensions in mm
245 x 140 x 90 mm
Weight
0.650 kg
Power
adapter 100-240 V/12 V DC, 1A
Battery
2000mAh/7.4V
Energy-saving mode
yes
Standard specifications
EN 55024, EN 61000-4-2, 3, 4, 5, 6, EN 61000-3-2, 3, EN55022 - class B
* memory card serves for the import and export of ECR data.
ATTACHING PERIPHERAL DEVICES
Notice: Your supplier can inform you about the possibilities of attaching peripheral devices.
Figure 2.2 –Connectors to the Euro-50T Mini cash register
Connecting to
a computer via a USB
Connecting a computer,
scanner or electronic scales
(2xRS-232, one of them is optional) and payment terminal
Connecting an adapter
or other external
power source
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THE EURO-50T MINI CASH REGISTER KEYBOARD
The cash register keyboard is divided into two basic key groups – numeric keys and function keys. If there
are two functions on a single key, it is necessary to select individual functions as follows: the function on
the lower part of the key is selected by simply pushing the key. To choose the upper function on the key,
it is necessary to first push and hold the „SHIFT“ key, then press the desired function key. The keyboard is
very comfortable and is ready for all-day operation. The keys are marked by large and simple icons for fast
orientation.
Figure 2.3 – The Euro-50T Mini keyboard
Notice: Use a clean, dry cloth to clean the keyboard. Never use cleaning agents such as petrol or solvents.
The use of such chemicals can lead to damage to the keyboard or cause discoloration. If you need to clean
a heavily soiled keyboard, we recommend using a 3M cleaning spray.
Names and functions of buttons (keys)
…
NUMERICAL KEYS are used for entering numerical values and for entering text in the programming „P“ mode.

Holding down the SHIFT key and then pressing a key with dual functions selects the function written on the upper part of the key.

The CLEAR button is used to clear an amount that has been entered incorrectly from the numeric keyboard. This button also cancels an incorrectly entered function and the sound signalling
ERROR/ALARM. It cancels incorrect letters when entering text.

The VOID button is used to correct an item that has already been registered. In the “P mode this
button is used for printing out all active items on the given menu.

The REFUND button enables you to buy back returned packages during a sale or as an independent transaction.

Pressing the EAN button in the “R” and “T” mode allows you to ring a sale by directly entering the
bar code reference number. In the “P“ mode, pressing this button allows you to input the specific
programmed values.
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
When the cash register is connected to an electric scale, the SCALE button is used to read the
weight of the weighed goods. In the „P“ mode this key is used to print out all the programmed
parameters in the given item.

The SHIFT key advances the receipt ribbon without printing. Pressing the button moves the paper
ribbon by about 1.5 cm.



The MULTIPLY button is used for multiplication if two or more of the same item are being sold.





The DIVIDE button is used for sales of fractional amounts.
The PRICE button enables the manual entry of a price rather than registering the preprogrammed PLU price for one item. It is also used for fast PLU price programming in the “P” mode.
After completing a transaction, it is possible to print out a duplicate receipt by pressing the DUPLICATE button. The receipt is marked as “KOPIERA”, printed in double-sized letters. Only one
duplicate of each receipt can be printed.
In “T” mode, stop and start print on the receipt.
The PLU button (PRICE LOOK UP) enables you to call up the programmed data about an item,
price, name, department, VAT, etc..
The CREDIT button is used to finalise a sale when payment is made with a credit card.
The CHECK button is used to select the type of payment when payment is made by check. In
the „P“ mode it is used to print out programmed data.
 and  These two buttons are used for adding a percent surcharge or subtracting a percent discount for
a iven item or for a complete transaction according to the programmed values.
 and  These two buttons are used for adding a value surcharge or subtracting a value discount
for a given item or for a complete transaction.


The SUBTOTAL button displays and prints out the current subtotal value.

The MENU button is used to call up the cash register menu. With the menu open, this key serves
to shift the selected level up one line.
The TOTAL/CASH button is used to finalise a sale when payment is made in cash. In the cash
register menu this button serves to transition to a sub-menu or confirmation of a selected/entered
value.

The arrow keys serve for movement within the cash register menus. In the “R” mode,
upon opening a sale, the  keys serve for the moving of individual registered product items.

The ON/OFF key is used for switching the cash register on and off. This key is also used to wake
the cash register up from the Power-saving mode.
DESCRIPTION OD DISPLAYS
Description of the cashier display
The cashier display is a double-line LCD display with 16 characters per line.
Figure 2.4 – Alphanumeric LCD display
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Description of the customer display
The customer display of the Euro-50T Mini is a 10-character, 7-segment LCD display.
Figure 2.5 – Division of the 7-segment LCD display
ENTERING CASH REGISTER MODES
Pressing the button  (MENU) calls up the cash register‘s Main Menu, where by using the arrow keys ,
or  and subsequently confirming with the button  TOTAL, it is possible to select a cash register mode.
Such mode switching allows a worker using the cash register to work in a variety of modes (registering
sales, programming, printing reports, etc.).
HUVUDMENY
R-mode
Registration mode. This mode is used for all registering and sales transactions. Upon switching into this mode,
the display shows the actual date in the first line and the actual time in the second line until registration of
sales begins.
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The „X“ mode is used to print out all types of sales reports, which do not zero-out the cash register‘s sales data.
X-mode
Ekon. rapport
The „Z“ mode is used to print out all types of sales reports, which zero-out the cash register‘s sales data.
Z-mode
Ekon. rapport
The „P“ mode is used for programming all values and functions of the cash register.
P-mode
PLU
Training mode has all the functions of the „R“ mode, but operations performed in this mode are not calculated into reports. Receipts printed out in this mode are denoted with the text “Ovning” in double size.
T-mode
STANDBY MODE - the cash register switches into this mode upon reaching a pre-set time of inactivity. This is
a power-saving mode. All buttons except the POWER button are non-functional in this mode. The power-saving
mode is ended by pressing the  (ON/OFF) button.
Standby
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INSTALLATION OF THE PAPER TAPE
The Euro-50T Mini cash register uses one thermal paper tape having a width of 57 mm. This tape is used for
printing of the customer receipt. The cash register saves a control receipt in electronic form. We recommend
using only good quality rolls with a maximum roll diameter of 45 mm. For proper functionality of the cash
register, check for correct printing saturation. If any problems occur, contact your local authorized Euro-50T
Mini dealer.
Procedure of paper tape installation for Euro-50T Mini
1. Open the ribbon cover, as shown in the illustration.
2. Press the printer roller release lever to release the
printer roller, and then lift it.
3. Remove the paper ribbon reel and replace the
empty reels with new ones. Insert the roll with the
new paper ribbons back into the bottom cover.
original place (you‘ll hear a snap when the roller is
in place).
5. Press the paper-feed button (4) to be sure the roll
properly advances.
6. After successful installation, close the ribbon cover.
4 Hold the ends of the ribbons upended through
the display and return the printer roller (3) to the
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Usage and storage of paper ribbons
Conditions for the proper storage of thermal paper rolls supplied by Elcom s.r.o., with which the producer
guarantees the consistency of the printer for at least 5 years:
• room temperature of 18 to 25°C,
• relative air humidity of. 40 to 60% max,
• keep away from direct sunlight.
Among impacts limiting the consistency of the printer are:
• long exposure to temperatures over 40 °C,
• being kept in a damp or humid environment,
• contact with softening materials (stored in PVC folio), with solvents, mollifiers, glues, with carbon and
self-adhesive paper, direct sunlight.
When taping a report into an accounts book, only press tape at the end of the paper ribbon in order not
to damage the printed data. If proper storage conditions are not maintained or non-quality journal paper is
used, Elcom cannot guarantee the quality of printing.
If the red color stripe marking the ribbon end appears, change the paper ribbon immediately. Delay in changing the paper roll can damage the printer or possibly shorten its lifespan.
USING A MEMORY CARD
The slot for the memory card is located in the space for the cash register battery (see Fig. 2.8). The Euro50T Mini cash register supports work with memory cards of the SD type up to a capacity of 2 GB (the Elcom
company does not guarantee functionality of the cash register with cards of the micro and mind SD type,
SDHC and MMC type). At present it is possible to use the memory card for the export and import PLU databases (see the chapter „Export and Import“).
Warning: Open the battery cover only when the cash register is turned off.
Figure 2.8 – Installing an SD card into the cash register
Setting the display contrast :
At different light intensity it’s possible to set the contrast of the displayed characters on the operator display
of the cash register.
The contrast can be set in any cash register´s mode by pressing the  SHIFT and key  to increase the
contrast or  to decrease the intensity of the contrast. The set of contrast level will be in use after switching
OFF and ON again.
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THE CASH REGISTER
Programming the cash register
INITIALIZATION
Before putting the cash register into use for the first time, it is necessary to initialize it. Initialization of the
cash register clears all programmed product items, departments, sales units, surcharges and discounts. All
other settings and register counters are preserved.
Procedure for initialization:
Sequence of steps
Display
Turn the cash register on and using the buttons  (MENU),
 TOTAL and  or  enter into the initialization menu
(Main menu – P-mode – Sys. parameter – Initialization)
System param
Initialisering
Press  TOTAL and then confirm the initialization by pressing the  Fortsätt?
Ja=ST, Nej=Any
SUBTOTAL button.
The cash register begins initialization and „Clearing...“ appears on the Store init. OK
display. After successful completion of initialization the display reads:
GENERAL PROCEDURE WHEN PROGRAMMING IN ”P“ MODE
Before you start programming the cash register, we recommend that you read this chapter at least one time
through!
Note:
If a button has two functions, the function in the lower part of the button is selected by directly pushing the
button; in order to select the upper function, it is necessary to first press the  (SHIFT) button.
Basic rules for navigating in a menu
1) Switch the cash register into the Main Menu by pressing the
keys  or  to navigate to the P-mode menu
 (MENU) key and then use the arrow
HUVUDMENY
P-mode
confirm your choice by pressing the
 TOTAL. The display shows:
P-mode
PLU
2) By pressing the arrow keys  or  you can navigate through the individual lines of the programming
mode, which are described in more detail in the following chapter.
3) Press the  TOTAL key to enter into the selected item menu, or to confirm (save) a programmed value. Continue in this way until you have programmed all of the necessary parameters. Or press the 
(MENU) key to switch to a menu one level higher (back).
4) After selection of a specific parameter, a value is set either by manually entering a numerical value (price, EAN,...), entering text on the keyboard (names of PLU, DPT, sales units,...) or by pressing the arrow
keys  or . After setting a correct value, confirm it by pressing the  TOTAL, button; the newly
programmed parameters is then printed out.
5) Should you make a mistake when entering a numerical value or text, you can remove the incorrectly
entered character by pressing the  CLEAR button.
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6) If there is no necessity to change (save) a given parameter, it is possible to pass to another item using
the arrow keys  or  or to leave the given menu by pressing the  (MENU) button.
7) Complete the programming by pressing the  (MENU) button.
TIP: Press  or  to switch between equal parameters for individual items. For example, when
programming the name of the first product item, after pressing  you automatically switch to programming the name of the second product item.
Printing of programmed values
Print a value for a specific programmed parameter by pressing the  (EAN), key; print all parameters in a given item by pressing  SCALE and use the  VOID button to print out all active items in the given menu.
Revision of programmed values
1) In order to change the setting of any parameter, switch the cash register into P-mode and find the relevant parameter in the menu.
2) Enter the new value and confirm by pressing the  TOTAL key.
Note:
Proceed according to the chapter „ Basic rules for navigating in a menu“.
Warning:
Some parameters can be changed only after meeting the requirement for a change (for example a daily,
monthly Z report, an exchange rate setting,...); conditions for a change will be presented along with the
specific parameters.
Editing text in EditMode
EditMode function is for edit and add new text. It’s started at text entry, right after entering new text, when
the old content is deleted or by pressing the key [*], the old text will be not deleted, and the text could be
changed.
In the EditMode, the following keys can be used:
 – Enter/Cancel EditMode. Entering the EditMode is indicated with the cursor “_”
 – move cursor to left,
 – move cursor to right,
 – move cursor to left side of the line
 – move cursor to right side of the line
 – start/cancel input or change text (InsertMode). The input mode is identified with the sign “_”
 – start / cancel writing numbers (NumLock)
 – delete whole line
* cursor is displayed on the end of the line, indicating actual position where the text will be changed or
added.
Recommended procedure when programming the cash register
We recommend that when programming individual functions of the cash register that a user do so in the
following order:
1) price and tax parameters
2) currencies (if you accept payment in a foreign currency)
3) taxation levels
4) top text receipt logo
5) bottom text receipt logo
6) graphic receipt logo
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7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
departments
sales units
product items
surcharges and discounts
system parameters - Date and time
peripherals (if applicable)
Table 3.1 - Structure of the menu in P-mode
Mode
ABBR.* Menu name
P mode
Menu description
1
PLU
2
VGR
Menu for programming of PLUs
Programming the name of a DPT
3
Kassör
Programming parameters cashiers
4
Skattegrup
Menu for programming rates and types of taxes
5
Text logga
In this menu you program the logo with data about your
company
6
Text nedre logga
In this menu you program the bottom logo
7
Funktionstext
Modification of functional text
8
Mätenhet
Possibility of programming sales units
9
P�slag/Rabatt
Programming values and limits for surcharges and discounts
10
Valuta
Settings for primary and secondary currencies
11
Pris skatt param
Setting parameters for prices, cash and taxes
12
Grafisk logga
Enabling printing of graphic logo
13
Journal
Text journal settings
14
Binärjournal
Binary journal settings
15
System param
Menu for systematically setting the cash register, Changeover to the euro
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Ext. enheter
Setting for peripherals (scanner, scales)
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Service
Service mode
* abbreviations are use for rapid navigation in the menu
Example: if you are in P-mode and press, for example, the number 4, you‘ll jump to the menu for programming the text logo.
PRICE AND TAX PARAMETERS
Note:
Prior to programming, read the „General procedure when programming in P mode“, which is located at the
beginning of the chapter „Programming the cash register“.
P-mode
Pris skatt param
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Table 3.2 – Price and tax parameters - move through the menu using the arrow keys  or 
Menu
ABBR.*
Sub-menu name
Sub-menu description
Pris skatt param
1
Pris konfig
Basic settings for prices
2
Kont. tot. inst.
Basic settings for cash
3
Skatt inställ.
Basic settings for taxes
* abbreviations are used for rapid navigation in the menu
These parameters are data which have a primary impact on the proper functioning of the entire cash register (number of decimal places, rounding off, etc.). Settings for all parameters, in accordance with applicable
laws, are created after launching the cash register into operation.
Overview of individual price and tax parameters
Settings for prices
Pris skatt param
Pris konfig
The table provides an overview of individual parameters for setting prices, including the range of possible
values, basic settings and a brief description.
Table 3.3 – Settings for prices –move through the menu using the arrow keys  or 
Name of parameter
Default settings Range
Description
Enhetspris v�g*
2
0-3
Setting the number of decimal places,
unit price
Avrundningstyp*
upp fr�n 5
down, up, up from 5,
quarters, eighths
Method of rounding prices
Position of rounding
1
0-3
Position of rounding prices
* method of editing – use the arrow keys
 or 
Settings for cash
The table provides an overview of individual parameters for setting cash showing the range of possible
values, default settings and a brief description.
Table 3.4 – Settings for cash – move through the menu using the arrow keys
Parameter name
Default setting Range
 or 
Description
lok.val.-Avrundn*
kvart
down, up, from 5 up, Method of rounding cash in priquarters, eighths
mary currency
lok.val.-Antal d
0
0-3
utl.val.-Avrundn*
upp fr�n 5
down, up, from 5 up, Method of rounding cash in sequarters, eighths
condary currency
utl.val.-Antal d*
2
0-3
Parameter for position of rounding in primary currency
Parameters for position of rounding in secondary currency
* method of editing – use arrow keys  or 
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Note:
For quarterly rounding (for 50 hallers and whole crowns) it is necessary to set the parameter „Main currency - position of rounding“ to the value of 0.
Settings for taxes
The table provides an overview of individual parameters for the settings for taxes showing the range of
possible values, default settings and a brief description
Table 3.5 – Settings for tax levels – move through the menu using the arrow keys  or 
Parameter name
Default settings Range
Description
Avrundningstyp*
upp fr�n 5
down, up, from 5 up, Method of rounding taxes in the primary
quarters, eighths
currency
Antal decimaler*
1
0-3
Position where taxes should be rounded
Skriv ut skatter
ja
yes, no
Possibility to print taxes on the receipt
* method of editing – use arrow keys  or 
CURRENCIES
Note:
Prior to programming read as soon as possible the section „General procedure when programming in P-mode“,
which is found at the start of the chapter „Programming the cash register“.
P-mode
Valuta
The cash register allows you to accept payment in cash in a foreign currency as well. For this purpose there
is a menu for setting currencies which contains the following parameters:
Table 3.6 – Currencies –move through the menu using the arrow keys  or 
Parameter name
Default setting Range
Description
lok.val.-Namn
SEK
3 characters
Programming the name of the primary
currency
lok.val.-V�g
2
0-3
Number of decimal places - primary
currency
utl.val.-Namn
EUR
3 characters
Programming the name of the secondary currency
utl.val.-Kurs
10.07
Exch. rate for secondary currency
utl.val.-V�g
2
0-3
Number of decimal places - secondary currency
Omvandlingskurs
10.12
Exchange rate for dual circulation
* method of editing – use arrow keys  or 
** more information regarding dual circulation can be found in the chapter „Changeover to the euro“
WARNING:
Some parameters can be programmed only after fulfilling certain conditions. For example, performing a daily
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Z report (a change in the exchange rate for the secondary currency), or performing a monthly report for other
parameters. The exchange rate can be changed without having to perform one of the Z reports up to the start
of dual circulation. With a change in the secondary (foreign) currency, calculations for the drawer will mix two
currencies. Therefore, if this value is important for you, make the choice prior to the change in the secondary
currency (see TIP in the chapter „Withdrawing of cash or checks“).Tax levels
Note:
Prior to programming read as soon as possible the section „General procedure when programming in
P-mode“, which is found at the start of the chapter „Programming the cash register“.
P-mode
Skattegrupp
The cash register allows you to work with up to 4 levels of taxes (VAT). The taxation rate and its type are
programmable. The rate of taxation levels must be programmed in accordance with valid legislation.
Notice:
For a change in taxation it is necessary to perform a Z daily and a Z monthly report. See the chapter „Reports“.
Table 3.7 - parameters for programming of taxation rate
Parameter
Default setting
Range
Description
1.SKATT-Kurs VAT1 = 19.00%, VAT2 = 10.00%,
0-100%
Setting of a taxation rate
Moms
Taxable, non taxable
1.SKATT-Typ
Moms
* method of editing – use arrow keys  or 
Note:
A tax level set to a value of 100% is inactive. A PLU assigned to an inactive taxation level cannot be registered.
TEXT LOGOS
Note:
Prior to programming read as soon as possible the section „General procedure when programming in
P-mode“, which is found at the start of the chapter „Programming the cash register“.
P-mode
Text logga
Note:
Change of text logo can be done only after daily Z report.
The cash register allows you to print up to 9 lines of company logo information (for example,: „Mom and
Pop‘s Grocery Store, „Thank You“, and the like.) at the top of the receipts. Each line allows the printing of 18
characters of normal width or 9 of double width. Enter a double-width character by pressing   before
pressing the character. On the display, the character „~“, will appear. This indicates that the following sign
will be double-width.
1. Sidhuvud
~E ~L ~C ~O ~M
For shifting between individual lines of logo text, use the arrow keys  or . For confirming (storing)
changes in the contents of the logo lines press the  TOTAL button; to leave logo programming, press
the  (MENU) button.
The cash register prints only lines of the text logo that contains characters (space is considered as a character). Empty lines are not printed. Erasing of line is done by pressing of the  TOTAL key.
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The 9th line of the top text logo is a unique organization number. If this number is not set, the cash register will
not communicate with the Clean Cash security device. The format of this number is 6 - 4.
GRAPHIC LOGO
Programming of the graphic logo can be done by using the communication software available at www.elcom.eu
or with help of the Import function from SD card.
Parameters of the graphic logo :
• format bmp
• bit depth 1bit (without grayscale)
• maximum size of 360 x 240 pixels (at lower pixel rate of the graphic logo, the logo is not stretched or
completed to maximum size)
Print of the graphic logo can be set by pressing the  keys, after which the  TOTAL key has to be
pressed. If the print of the graphic logo is set to YES and the logo was not programmed, graphic logo will
be not printed on the receipt.
PROGRAMMING OPERATORS
Note:
Before start programming, read the chapter “Basic procedure at programming in P mode”, which is at start
of the chapter “Programming ECR”.
P-mode
Kassör
Set of the operator´s password allows operator to login to his account and this way enter different functions
and modes of the cah register. After a cashier´s login, the name set for his account will be printed on the
receipt and each operation made in time of his login will be recorded separately.
Table 3.8 – parameters for programming cashier accounts
Oper. name
10 characters
Oper. password
4 characters
Oper. X-mode
Oper. Z-mode
Oper. P-mode
Yes
Yes
Yes
Oper. T-mode
Yes
No
No
No
No
Note:
If any change was made for actual logged in account, to apply the changes, log out and login has to be
done. Access to P mode cannot be denied for the first operator.
DEPARTMENTS
Note:
Prior to programming read as soon as possible the section „General procedure when programming in
P-mode“, which is found at the start of the chapter „Programming the cash register“.
P-mode
VGR
The Euro-50T Mini cash register allows you to program up to 20 different departments (To see what constitutes a department and for an example, look in the introduction of this manual in the chapter „Basic Definitions“). A department can be programmed with a name up to 18 characters in length.
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P-mode
Mätenhet
For each PLU it is possible to assign a sales unit which characterizes the specific product. It is possible to
program 8 sales units to a maximum of 3 characters for each.
Table 3.9 - basic preprogrammed sales units
Unit, number
Description
1
Unit, number
Description
5
m
2
stk
6
m2
3
kg
7
btl
4
l
8
pkg
FUNCTION TEXT
With this function, the value of the function text “Reference number”, displayed at entering the reference text
can be changed. After edit this text, the value is set by pressing the key  TOTAL (CELKOM). After deleting
the text, an empty line will be printed. The row has 24 characters or 12 double size characters
PRODUCT ITEMS
Note:
Prior to programming read as soon as possible the section „General procedure when programming in
P-mode“, which is found at the start of the chapter „Programming the cash register“.
P-mode
PLU
The Euro-50T Mini cash register offers the opportunity to program 2000 PLUs. For each product item it is
possible to program the following:
Table 3.10 – parameters for programming product items
Parameter
Default settings
Range
Description
PLU-pris
0.00
max. 8 digits
Programmed price of the product
max. 18 characters
Name of the product
PLU-Namn
PLU-EAN-kod*
0000000000000 max. 18 digits
Item bar-code number
PLU-Flaggor**
0101010000100
Attribute of the item
PLU-Skattes***
19.00
Assigned tax level
PLU-VGR***
DPT01
Assign to a department
PLU-enhet***
Assign to a sales unit
PLU-kop.PLU****
0000
0-2000
PLU number which is linked
PLU-an. pr.***
ja
yes, no
Possibility for entering another price other than
programmed
PLU-beskr.***
nej
yes, no
Attribute if a descriptive item is involved. In this
case print out a name PLU but sale doesn‘t impact financial count.
PLU-ret.för***
nej
yes, no
Attribute for assigning item to a category of returnable packaging (bottle, crate, barrel,...).
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*
a bar code can be entered manually, or also with the help of a bar-code scanner
**
to program the attributes of product items, press the button  TOTAL, or enter the attribute manually for the given PLU and confirm the change with the  TOTAL button. When you want to switch
out of the programming attributes, press the  button.
*** method of editing – use arrow keys  or 
**** linking PLUs is used if with a sale of one PLU (the master PLU) we want to sell another PLU/linked;
for example, this can be used with different activities, buy PLU1 and you get PLU5 for the price of
X, or in the case of a refundable package (bottle, crate, …) As a value, the PLU number is entered in
the range of 1-2000; with the setting for a value of 0 to the product item, no PLU is linked. It is not possible to line a PLU with itself!
Note: A product item without a name or assigned to an inactive taxation level is inactive (it cannot be registered).
TIP: By pressing  or  you can shift between equal parameters for individual items. For example, when programming the name of the first product item, after pressing  you are automatically shifted to programming the name of the next product item. When programming prices of items the buttons 
PRICE , function in a similar way, that is, when programming the price for the first product, press the 
PRICE, button and you‘ll automatically shift to programming the price of the second item.
Jumping to a specific product item
If we want to change a parameter, for example, for the 25th PLU item, this can be done as follows:
Sequence of steps
Display
Set the cash register to the P-mode for programming product items; 0001.PLU-pris
the setting of a price for the first product item is displayed:
0.00
Enter the number of the item you wish to jump to; in our case the 25th, 0001.PLU-pris
and press the button  (PLU)
Cash register jumps to the programmed price for the PLU no. 25
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0025.PLU-pris
0.00
SURCHANGES AND DISCOUNTS
Note:
Prior to programming read as soon as possible the section „General procedure when programming in
P-mode“, which is found at the start of the chapter „Programming the cash register“.
P-mode
Påslag/Rabatt
Table 3.11 – parameters for programming surcharges and discounts.
Parameter name
Default setting
Range
Description
1.P�slag
0,00
0,00-100%
Programmed value of percent surcharge
2.P�sl. gräns
0,00
0,00-100%
Limit for manual entry of surcharge during sale
3.Rabatt
0,00
0,00-100%
Programmed value of percent discount
4.Rabatt gräns
0,00
0,00-100%
Limit for manual entry of discount during sale
Parameter “Limit percentage surcharge and percentage discount” set the limit for value discount and surcharge. That means if you wish to deny use of value discount/surcharge, the value for percentage discount/surcharge has to be set to “0”.
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SYSTEM PARAMETERS
Note:
Prior to programming read as soon as possible the section „General procedure when programming in
P-mode“, which is found at the start of the chapter „Programming the cash register“.
P-mode
System param
Table 3.12 – System parameters - move through the using the arrow keys
Menu
ABBR.* Name of sub-menu
System
parameters
 or 
Description of sub-menu
1
Stanby
Setting the time for transfer to power-saving mode (0-60 min)
2
Datum och tid
Programming the date and time
3
KassaID
Programming of the POS ID (Kassa ID) printed on each receipt, to the left of the receipt order number
4
Tester
Basic cash register tests
5
Initialisering **
Clears all programmed data and returns register to default settings
6
Euro steg
Switching on and off of dual display, dual circulation
(see chapter „Changeover to the Euro“)
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Mjukvaruversion
8
Export
Cash register displays actual version of software in the register. Press  (EAN) to print out the version number.
9
Import
Export PLUs (all programmed data) to a memory card
Imports PLUs from a memory card
* abbreviations are used for rapid navigation in the menu
** more information in the chapter „Initialization“.
Exporting and Importing of data
Exporting of data
The „Export“ function serves for the storing of date from the cash register to an SD memory card (not included with the cash register). This function can be used for the backing up of product items, or in the case of
a software upgrade, for backing up and subsequently renewing data.
System param
Export
You can, if you wish, backup only product items (PLU), or all data (DPT, Sales units, PLU, Surcharges and
discounts, Taxation levels, Text logos)
Export
PLU
Export
Allt
When the export of PLUs is successful, a „PLU.EDF“ file containing all the PLUs is created on the memory
card. The file can be edited in the „Euro-50 PLU Editor“ program, which you can download from our Web
site, www.elcom.eu. After saving changes to the file using the same name, „PLU.EDF“ you can then import
the data back to the cash register.
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When you choose the option Export-All, the following files are created on the memory card:
• DPT. EDF – departments
• FUNCTEXT.EDF - function texts
• LOGO.BMP - graphic logo
• MEASUNIT.EDF – sales units
• OPERATOR.EDF - cashiers
• PLU.EDF – product items
• SURDISC.EDF – add-ons and discounts
• TAXGROUP.EDF – taxation levels
• TEXTLOGO.EDF – text logo
Warning:
Until stored data from the cash register has been stored to a memory card, further exporting will cause it to
be overwritten and irrevocably lost.
Importing of data
The „Import“ function serves for pulling data from the SD memory card to the cash register memory. You can
use this function to renew PLUs, for example, in the case of an upgrade of the cash register software.
System param
Import
In the first version, it is possible to import only product items (PLUs).
Import
PLU
For successful import of PLUs, the file „PLU.EDF“, which contains PLUs and was created by an export from
the cash register, must be on the memory card, or alternatively, import can be performed with the help of the
„Euro-50 PLU Editor“ program, which you can download from our Web site at www.elcom.eu.
Warning:
• When importing, all PLUs stored in the cash register will be overwritten with PLUs from the SD memory
card and will be irrevocably lost.
• During an export or import of cash register data, do not shut off the register and do not remove its
battery cover!
• For correct import of function, the name of the file has to be correct with the data, that has to be like
mentioned above.
PERIPHERALS
Note:
Prior to programming read as soon as possible the section „General procedure when programming in
P-mode“, which is found at the start of the chapter „Programming the cash register“..
P-mode
Ext. enheter
In this menu you can configure the parameters for peripheral attachments such as a bar-code scanner and
an electronic scale.
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Table 3.13 – Peripherals - move through the menu using the arrow keys  or 
Menu
Peripherals
Abbrev. Name of sub-menu Description of sub-menu
1
Skanner
Parameters and communications port for communicating with
a scanner
2
V�g
Parameters and communications port for communicating
with scales
3
Kortterminal
Parameters and communications port for payment terminal
4
PC
Parameters and communications port for PC
5
CleanCash
Parameters and communication port for CleanCash
* abbreviations are used for rapid navigation in the menu
Table 3.14 - parameters for programming a scanner
Parameter
Default setting Range
Description
Suffix*
CR LF
CR LF, CR, LF
Terminal code for bar-code scanner
Serieport
none
none, Port 1, Port 2
Communication port for bar-code scanner
* method of editing – use arrow keys
 or 
Table 3.15 - parameters for programming the scale
Parameter
Default settings
V�gtyp *
Morcan, MARTES T,
Euro, MARTES M,
Communication protocol for electroMacca K, DIBAL,
Morcan, MARTES T
Motex R, Mettler
nic scales
Toledo, ACOM,
CAS Morcan TP2
Range
Description
Serieport *
none
none, Port 1, Port 2
* method of editing – use arrow keys
Communication
electronic scale
protocol
for
an
 or 
Table 3.16 – parameters for programming of the payment terminal
Parameter
Default setting Valid values
Description
Bet. term. typ
Bull SK
Dionica SK SLSP,
Communication protocol of the payment
Bull SK, Firstdata
terminal
l5100
Serieport *
none
none, Port 1, Port 2
Communication port for payment terminal
* to edit values use the  or 
Table 3.17 – parameters for programming the PC port
Parameter
Default setting Valid values
Description
PC-port
USB port
Communication port with the PC
USB none
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Table 3.18 - parameters for programming CleanCash port
Parameter
Default setting Valid values
Description
Communication port
none
Communication with CleanCash
none, Com1, Com2
Communication
38400bps
speed
* Edit values with <- and ->.
9600bps, 19200bps, Communication speed at which the two de38400bps
vices are sending and receiving data
Text journal
The control tape is stored in electronic journal. The journal is temporary stored in the internal memory of the
cash register. The content of the internal memory can be exported on the memory card or transfer to PC
trough the communication cable and the communication software. After the successful transfer, the electronic journal will be deleted from the cash register. Automatic export of the electronic journal on the memory
card (memory card is not included) at daily report, simplifies the work with the electronic journal.
Table 3.19 – Parameters of the text journal – enter the menu with the keys  or 
Menu
Abbr*
Journal
Name of sub menu
Description of the sub menu
1
Printa journal
Print the journal on the tape
2
Export. till SD
Save the journal on the memory card
3
Radera journal
Delete the journal after printing or export
4
Journalinfo
Display left space for journal in %
Inställningar
Allow to set automatic export of the journal
after daily “Z” report.
5
Binary journal
Store structured information about sales. This data can be transferred to PC and provide information for
different sale statistics.
Table 3.20 – Binary journal
Menu
Abbr*
Binary journal
Name of sub menu
Description of the sub menu
1
Export. till SD
Save the journal on the memory card
2
Radera journal
Delete the journal after printing or export
3
Journalinfo
Display left space for journal in %
Inställningar
Allow to set automatic export of the binary
journal after daily “Z” report.
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CHANGEOVER TO THE EURO
Note:
Prior to programming read as soon as possible the section „General procedure when programming in
P-mode“, which is found at the start of the chapter „Programming the cash register“.
System param
Euro steg
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Prior to devoting your time to this chapter, please read the chapter „Concepts defining the launch of the euro
currency or payment in a foreign currency“.
The Euro-50T Mini cash register is capable of working with a primary, a foreign (secondary) and dual currencies according to which stage is in effect.
Notice:
It is possible to change the parameters for a foreign currency after performance of a monthly “Z” report and
the exchange rate after performing a daily “Z” report.
Table 3.21 – Changeover to the euro - move through the menu using the arrow keys  or 
Menu
Abbr.*
Euro steg
*
**
***
Name of the sub-menu
Description of the sub-menu
1
Dubb.pres. start**
Switching on of dual display
2
Dubbel start***
Switching on of dual circulation
3
Dubbelt stopp
Switching off of dual circulation
4
Dubb.pres. stopp
Switching off dual display
abbreviations are used for rapid navigation in the menu
the switching on of dual display is a conditional on the assigning (checking) of a conversion rate
the switching on of dual circulation is conditional on switching on of dual display
Stage prior to announcing of the conversion rate
The cash register works with the primary currency, which is the Slovak crown, but it can also work with
a foreign (secondary) currency, which can be an optional foreign currency, including the euro. To do this
it is necessary to set (or modify) the preset parameters in the „Currencies“ menu, according to the most
recent data (exchange rate for the secondary currency). You‘ll find the procedure for registering and using
the secondary currency in the chapter „Registration using the euro currency“.
Dual display
This period lasts from the announcement of the fixed conversion rate until the start of the changeover to the
euro. The cash register works with two currencies. The primary currency is the Slovak crown, the secondary
currency is the euro. Dual currency serves as an informational depiction of prices for purchases for the
needs of dual display calculation with the help of the exchange rate.
The procedure for switching on dual display:
Sequence of steps
In P-mode enter use the  or  buttons and press  TOTAL to enter the changeover to the euro menu (P-mode – Sys. parameter – Changeover to euro):
Confirm by pressing  TOTAL; text is printed on the receipt: „Dual
display ready“, we then recommend checking the settings of these parameters in the „Currencies“ and „Price and Tax Parameters – Settings
for cash“ menu:
Display
Euro steg
Dubb.pres. start
Arbetskonfig
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Currencies
Currencies - Secondary currency-name – must be EUR, so long as a secondary currency is used in dual display
Currencies - Secondary currency-decimal places - we recommend setting for 2 places
Currencies - Conversion rate – change according to the actual rate announced
Parameters for prices and taxes – Settings for cash
Settings for cash – Primary currency-rounding - we recommend quarterly
Settings for cash – Primary currency-position of rounding - we recommend setting it to 0
Settings for cash – Secondary currency-rounding. - we recommend from 5 up
Settings for cash – Secondary currency-position of rounding - we recommend setting for two places
Note:
The minimal required condition for switching on dual display of prices is the setting (or checking) of the
exchange rate.
Notice:
The operator of the cash register is responsible for the correct entering of the exchange rate; therefore it is
necessary to strictly check that the rate is correctly entered.
Sequence of steps
After setting or checking of these parameters it is essential to again
go to the menu for switching on dual display and confirming its activation with the button  TOTAL
Printed on the receipts is „Dual display: switched on“
Displej obsluhy
Euro steg
Dubb.pres. start
Euro steg OK
From this point on, all receipts will show the purchase price in euro as well. The value in EUR is calculated
using the conversion rate. This data is for informational purposes only.
Note:
Dual display cannot, according to the law on the introduction of the euro, be switched on prior to the announcement of the fixed conversion rate and cannot be switched off during the period of mandatory dual
display of prices.
Dual circulation
With the changeover to dual circulation the values of GT1, GT2 and GT3 will be automatically calculated
according to the conversion rate. We then recommend that you perform an informational „X“ daily report.
Warning:
The value of the calculation for the drawer is cleared. Therefore, if this value is important to you, prior to
the changeover to dual circulation, make a withdrawal (see chapter „Withdrawing cash or checks“).
This is the stage of gradual withdrawal of the Slovak crown from circulation, which will last for 16 days. During this stage mandatory dual display of prices still applies. The cash register operates with two currencies.
The primary currency is the euro, with the Slovak crown as the secondary currency.
The setting of implicit parameters meets the requirements of the law on the introduction of the euro currency
and other associated laws and regulations. We recommend that you consult with an expert on the change
of these standard settings.
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The requirements of laws and regulations are in particular:
a) the rounding of sale (final) prices of items, taxes and total purchase sums should be performed for 2
decimal places; that is, rounding should be done for 1 eurocent to 0.5 cents in the down direction and
from 0.5 cents inclusive in the upwards direction.
b) unit prices of items may be during the phase of mandatory dual pricing depicted after the changeover
to the euro to 3 decimal places, even if the third valid decimal place is a 0.
Process of the changeover:
Sequence of steps
Displej obsluhy
Performing all Z reports which the cash register allows (see user manual
section Reports).
In P-mode press  or  and the button  TOTAL to enter the menu
for changeover to the euro (P-mode – Sys. parameters – Changeover to
euro) and with the arrow keys  or  set:
Euro steg
Dubbel start
Confirm with the button  TOTAL; on the receipt the text will appear:
„Dual circulation: ready“. We then recommend checking the settings on
the „Currencies“ and „Price and tax parameters“ menus:
Arbetskonfig
Currencies
Currencies- Primary currency-name – EUR
Currencies- Primary currency-decimal places - 2 decimal places
Currencies- Secondary currency - name – SKK
Currencies–Secondary currency - exchange rate – according to the actual announced conversion rate
Currencies- Secondary currency - decimal places - 2 decimal places
Currencies- Conversion rate –according to the actual announced conversion rate
Price and tax parameters – Settings for prices
Settings for prices – No. of sales units prices - we recommend 3
Settings for prices – Method of rounding - we recommend up from 5
Settings for prices – Position of rounding. – we recommend 2 decimal places
Price and tax parameters – Settings for cash
Settings for cash – Primary currency-rounding. - we recommend down from 5
Settings for cash – Primary currency-position of rounding - we recommend for 2 decimal places
Settings for cash – Secondary currency -rounding. - we recommend quarterly
Settings for cash – Secondary currency-position of rounding - we recommend 0 places
Par. for prices and taxes – Settings for taxes
Settings for taxes – Method of rounding - we recommend up from 5
Settings for taxes –Position of rounding - we recommend for 2 decimal places
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Programming the cash register
Sequence of steps
Displej obsluhy
Euro steg
Dubbel start
After setting or checking, it is necessary to again go to the menu for switching on dual circulation and confirm by pressing the button  TOTAL.
The text „Dual circulation: on“ will be printed out. Performing the changeover involves setting of the primary currency to the EUR, and foreign
currency to national currency
Euro steg OK
Calculating prices of items from national currency to EUR: During the changeover no price change occurs to PLUs, therefore for prices used in the euro currency it will be necessary to change the original price
in national currency into euros with the help of the exchange rate according to the rules defined in the law on
the introduction of the euro currency!
WARNING:
• In dual cash circulation it is not possible to change the exchange rate! The conversion rate becomes the
exchange rate.
• The conversion rate cannot be changed after entry to dual cash circulation!
• In dual cash circulation it is not possible to pay in another foreign currency other than national currency.
It is only possible to pay for goods in EUR and national currency.
The end of dual circulation
After the end of dual cash circulation it is possible to set another foreign currency in the cash register in
place of national currency. The parameters of this currency must be programmed into the „Currencies“
menu, (see the Currencies section). For the use of another foreign currency it is not necessary to end dual
display of prices.
Process for turning off dual circulation:
Sequence of steps
Display
Euro steg
Dubbelt stopp
In P-mode enter using the , or  and the button  TOTAL the
menu for changeover to the euro (P-mode – Sys. parameters – Changeover to euro) and with the arrow keys  , or  set:
Euro steg OK
Confirm with the button  TOTAL, on the receipt text will appear:
„Dual circulation: switched off“. Now it is possible to select a secondary currency other than national currency; once dual circulation is
ended it is not possible to accept payment in national currency.
The end of dual display
The obligation for dual display of prices lasts by law until the end of 2009.
Procedure for switching off dual display:
Sequence of steps
In P-mode enter using the keys , or  and the  TOTAL button the
menu for changeover to the euro (P-mode – Sys. parameters – Changeo-
Display
Euro steg OK
ver to euro) and with the arrow keys , or  set:
Confirm with the button  TOTAL on the receipt text will appear: „Dual
circulation: switched off“. Now it is possible to select a secondary currency other than national currency; once dual circulation is ended it is
not possible to accept payment in national currency.
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Euro steg OK
OPERATION
IN REGISTRATION MODE
Operation in registration mode
The functions that are described in the following chapters are used in the registration mode.
All financial transactions are stored when working in this mode. The following functions can first be tried out
in the training mode (sales data are not stored in the memory).
STATUS AND FUNCTIONS WHICH ARE REQUIRED
TO KNOW PRIOR TO THE START OF RINGING SALES
If there are two functions on a key, the function in the lower part of the button is selected by simply pressing
the button. To select the upper function, you must first press and old the  (SHIFT) key.
Error warning - the CLEAR key
With the incorrect use of a function key, or if the range of the display is exceeded, an error message appears.
The description of the error can be removed by pressing the  CLEAR key. Afterwards simply enter the
correct information.
Keys for finalising payment with CASH, CHECK and CREDIT
All business transactions are completed by pressing certain keys determined for payment, or a combination of
keys. Depending on the method of payment (in cash, with a credit card, check, etc.) a transaction is completed
by pressing the relevant keys:  TOTAL (CASH),  (CREDIT), or  (CHECK).
Prior to pressing the key for determining payment, it is possible to enter a value which the customer wants
to pay towards the given payment. So long as the value entered is smaller than the required sum, the cash
register will then request the payment of the remaining sum (possibility of combining individual payments);
otherwise the cash register shows the sum which needs to be entered.
With payment by credit card or check, neither the payment nor the value of the sale is rounded.
Note:
The subtotal commonly appears in its unrounded form.
Cashier login
At login of the operator, the account has to be chosen with help of the  . After choosing the cashier,
the confirmation of the account is done by pressing the key  TOTAL. After that the cash register will require enter the login password. The password is confirmed with the key  TOTAL and after successful login,
the cash register will enter the registering mode. If incorrect login information is entered, the cash register
will inform the operator about this fact.
Switch operator
This is done by log off of the cashier and login with other login information. The log off operation is done
by pressing the key combination  SHIFT MENU until the message “Logged off ... “ will be displayed.
After that, the login procedure will follow, that is described in the precedent paragraph. The log off operation
can be done only if more than one operator password was set.
REGISTRATION MODE MENU
This menu is reached when in the registration mode (the sales mode) by pressing  (MENU). Pressing
 or  will shift you through the individual menu items, which are described in detail in Table 4.1 and in
the following chapters. By pressing  TOTAL; you enter into the selected menu item, or perform a cash
register function.
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Table 4.1 – Structure of the menu in the registration mode
Mode
REGISTRERING
ABBR.* Menu name
Menu description
1
Försäljning
Sales mode
2
Betalt
Deposit cash, for example, at the start of the day
3
Växel/Tillbaka
Withdraw cash, or checks
4
�ternbetalning
Product refund
* abbreviations are used for rapid navigation in a menu
EXAMPLES OF BASIC ACCOUNTING PROCEDURES
Notice :
Try out accounting is done in T mode. If you wish to erase the GT value (incremented only in R mode), service
intervention is required.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Login with password is required
Switch the cash register into registration mode „R“ (training mode „T“)
Enter the code of the item sold
Press the  (PLU) key
Repeat points 2 and 3 for each item you wish to ring in
Once you have rung in all items, press the  SUBTOTAL key. The total amount of the sale, including
tax, appears on the display
7) Announce the sum to the customer
8) Enter the sum the customer gives you and press the apABC GROCERIES
propriate payment type key:  TOTAL (CASH), 
1
Main Street 3
080 01 Prešov
CREDIT, or  (CHECK)
BIN: 1222345
9) The amount necessary to return to the customer appears
VAT ID: SK20200123
2
on the display; if the requested sum was smaller than the
123456-ABCD
sum received
Milk
10) Tear off the receipt and give it to the customer along with
1*17.90
=17.90A
7
Yogurt
any change.
8
9
1*8.90
=8.90A
Mars
10
1*22.70
=22.70A
Figure 4.1 – Sample receipt:
Soap
5*12.30
=61.50A
1 – receipt heading (logo),
Subtotal
111.00
2 – register ID information, owner of the operation
-------------------------Total
111.00
3 – date,
Kontant
111.00
4 – time,
-------------------------Brutto moms A 111.00
5 – cash register no. and receipt no.,
Netto A
88.30
6 – cashier name,
Moms A 25.00%
7 – item name,
22.20
8 – tax level assigned,
Forsaljning total
9 – amount sold and unit price,
111.00
10 – sales price for the item
Netto total
88.80
11
Moms total
22.20
11 – tax information - this can be set with a system flag.
-------------------------3
4
16-01-2008
12:08
5
01-0003
Cassor01
6
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PLU REGISTRATION
Each product item is assigned a number (a PLU number), for example, RAMA butter-5, whole milk-23, Rum189, etc. Individual PLU numbers are programmed with information about the product - name, price, DPT,
etc. Entering a PLU number and pressing  (PLU) automatically calls up and rings up the product from
the cash register‘s database.
PLU registration allows the recording of the sale of individual items. The names of the items are taken from
the cash register memory and printed on the receipt and the transaction is recorded in the department.
PLU selling reduces errors when ringing in sales, lists each item individually on the receipt, clearly organizes
the sale and increases the speed of registering. This method of selling gives you an overview of the sale of
each individual item.
Basic PLU registration
Example: A customer buy Cheese Encian with a price of 7.00 and Butter Flora priced at 10.00:
Sequence of steps
Display
Receipt

1*Cheese Encian
7.00

1*Butter Flora
10.00

Subtotal
17.00 EUR

Kontant
17.00 EUR
Cheese Encian
1*7.00
=7.00 A
Butter Flora
1*10.00
=10.00 A
Subtotal
17.00
----------------------------Total
17.00
Kontant
58.00
---------------------------Brutto moms A
17.00
Netto A
14.30
Moms A 25.00%
2.70
Forsäljning total 17.00
Netto total
14.30
Moms total
2.70
Repeated registration of an item
Example: A customer buys one package of cheese (PLU 1: Cheese Encian with a price of 7.00), which is
rung in, and then decides to buy a second package of cheese:
Sequence of steps
Display
Receipt

1*Cheese Encian
7.00

1*Cheese Encian
2 7.00

Subtotal
14.00 EUR

Kontant
14.00 EUR
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Cheese Encian
1*7.00
=7.00 A
Cheese Encian
1*7.00
=7.00 A
Subtotal
14.00
----------------------------Total
14.00
Kontant
14.00
----------------------------Brutto moms A
14.00
Netto A
11.80
Moms A 25.00%
2.20
Forsäljning total 14.00
Netto total
11.80
Moms total
2.20
Operation in registration mode
Multiplication in PLU registration
Example: A customer buys 12 units of Cheese Encian (PLU no. 1) with the programmed price of 7.00 Eur.
Sequence of steps
Display
Receipt
12*


Cheese Encian
12*7.00
=84.00 A
12*Cheese Encian
84.00
PLU registration using a price not programmed
The cash register can be programmed such that for registering with PLUs it is possible to use a price already
programmed in or one entered via the keyboard (see the chapter Programming the Cash Register – Product Items). A customer gets a special price, but the given PLU already has a price programmed in. In the
following example, PLU no. 2 has a programmed price of 31.20, but the sale price is 28.50 Eur.
Sequence of steps
Display
Receipt
PRIS
28.50

1* Butter Flora
28.50

Butter Flora
1*28.50
28.50 A
Multiplication in PLU registration using a price not programmed
Example: A customer buys 10 packages of Cheese Encian (PLU no. 1 with a price of 27.00 EUR). With this
number of units, he gets a special sale price of 25.000 EUR entered at the cash register. (You can multiply
a unit price also by fractional numbers (1.5; 0.125; etc.). The multiplier with the decimal part is used for
direct sale of weighed goods (meat, vegetables, salads, and the like), where the unit price is determined (for
example, per 1 kg, per 100g, etc.).
Sequence of steps
Display
Receipt

12*
Pris
25.00


Cheese Encian
12*25.00
=300.00 A
12* Cheese Encian
300.00
Double multiplication in PLU registering
Example: The price programmed in for a square meter of carpet is 18.00 Eur (sample PLU no. 3 – Carpet).
The customer purchases 3x5 square metres.
Sequence of steps


Display
Receipt
3*5*
3*5* Carpet
270.00
Carpet
3*5*18.00
=270.00 A
It is possible to also use manual price entry; the process was presented in the chapter „PLU registration
with a price not programmed“.
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Fractional PLU registration
Example: A price is set for package containing 5 units. The customer buys only 3 of them. Procedure:
Sequence of steps
Display
Receipt

3/5*
3/5*bulb 40W
7.20

Bulb 40W
3/5*12.00
=7.20 A
It is possible to also use manual price entry; the process was presented in the chapter „PLU registration
with a price not programmed“.
OTHER TYPES OF PLU SALES
Linked PLUs registration
If the PLU being sold has a different item linked to it (package, crate, sale product,...), the cash register automatically continues with the sale of the linked PLU item. (see the chapter Programming the cash register - Product
items).
Applicable rules for registering of linked PLUs:
• The voiding of the main PLU automatically cancels the linked PLU
• With the refunding of the main PLU, a refund of the linked PLU is automatically registered.
• The linked PLU is registered in the same quantity as the main PLU.
• Registering of a surcharge/discount to the main PLU is not applied to the linked PLU, but only to the
main PLU
• The price of the main PLU entered at the keyboard is not valid for the linked PLU.
Registering of refundable packaging
When programming a refundable package it is necessary to set the relative attribute (PLU-ref. pack. – yes).
For more, see the chapter Programming the cash register –Product items. Subsequently, it is possible to link
a given product item to another PLU.
Example: A customer buys Beer Heineken (PLU no. 4 with a price of 6.00 Eur), and PLU no. 4 is further
linked with PLU no. 100 (Bottle with a price of 0.30 Eur).
Sequence of steps



Display
Receipt
1*Bottle
0.30
Subtotal
6.30 EUR
Kontant
6.50 EUR
Beer Heineken
1*18.70
=6.00 A
Bottle
1*0.30
=0.30 G
Subtotal
6.30
-----------------------Total
6.30
Avrundning
-0.20
Kontant
6.50
Note:
In the first step, for a brief moment, there is shown on the display information about the sale of beer, quickly information about the sale of the linked PLU is then shown (bottle).
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Registration using bar codes
• a sale using a bar-code scanner
A bar-code scanning device can be connected to the cash register. The sale of a product using this scanner
consists of simply scanning the bar code on the item‘s packaging. For proper functioning of the bar-code
scanner with the cash register it is necessary to program the parameters of the scanner into the cash register (see Programming the cash register – Peripherals).
Example: The sale of 3 identical items using the bar-code scanner.
Sequence of steps
Display
Receipt

scanning of a bar code
Butter Flora
3*11.00
=33.00 A
3*
3* Butter Flora
33.00
Note:
A bar code must be programmed for the given PLU.
• sale of a product by manually entering the bar code
If necessary, when the bar-code scanner is not functioning or the bar code of an item cannot be read by the
scanner, it is possible to manually enter the bar-code number directly into the register using the keyboard.
Example 1: The sale of a single product with the bar code 8586001760096
Sequence of steps
Display
Receipt
8586001760096 Beer Heineken
...
1*6.00
=6.00 A
1* Beer Heineken
6.00

Example 2: The sale of 5 units of a product using the bar code 8586001760096.
Sequence of steps
Display
Receipt

...

5*
Beer Heineken
5*6.00
=30.00 A
5*
8586001760096
5* Beer Heineken
30.00
Entering amounts using electronic scales
The Euro-50T Mini is capable of reading the weight of products from a connected electronic scale. Communication with a scale is possible only in the „R“ or „T“ modes. An electronic scale is connected to the cash
register through a port which was set in the menu „Peripherals - Scales“.
After initiating communication (reading the weight) with the electronic scale by pressing the button  SCALE
the weight of the product being weighed can be changed (add or remove products) so long as the no other
key has been pressed on the keyboard. After the cash register has read the weight of the goods, simply entering the PLU and press the  (PLU) key. If the weight on the scale is stable or is a negative or zero, the
product cannot be registered.
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Operation in registration mode
Example: The sale of product no. 21 (PLU 21) with a weight of 0.253 kg read from the electronic scale.
Sequence of steps
Display
Receipt
Väger...
 (reading weight from the elec. scale)
0.253
Orange
0.253*8.00
=2.00 A
0.253*Orange
8.00

For proper functioning of the electronic scale connected to the register, it is necessary to program the type
of scale into the cash register (see the chapter „Peripherals - Scales“).
Your local cash register supplier can inform you about the possibilities of connecting specific types of electronic scales.
CORRECTIONS AND VOIDS
Clearing
Example: You entered an incorrect price which has still not been printed out. In the following example, number 1230 was entered erroneously in place of the correct number 1290.
Postupnosś krokov
Displej obsluhy


1230
16-01-2008
14:57:50
R

1290
Voiding (cancellations)
The void (cancellation) function is used only to correct a sold item in one specific, still unfinished sale. An
example of use: During a sale we accidentally ring in a bad PLU or the customer rethinks the purchase of
the given item.
• Voiding of the last registered item - a direct void.
Procedure: you sold the items Cheese Encian and Butter Flora, but you want to remove the butter and complete the purchase:
Sequence of steps
Display
Receipt

1*Cheese Encian
7.00

1*Butter Flora
10.00

Ogiltig
-10.00

Kontant
7.00 EUR
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Cheese Encian
1*7.00
=7.00 A
Butter Flora
1*10.00
=10.00 A
Ogiltig
Butter Flora
1*10.00
=-10.00 A
-----------------------Total
7.00
Kontant
7.00
Operation in registration mode
• Voiding of one of the previous items registered (not the last item registered) - an indirect void.
Procedure: If you want to void in a purchase one of the previously registered items (not the most recent,
however), it is necessary to use the arrow keys  or  to skim through the record of items sold, afterwards
press  (VOID).
Example: you sold Cheese Encian and Butter Flora and then you want to void the Cheese Encian from the sale:
Sequence of steps
Display
Receipt

1*Cheese Encian
1 27.00

1*Butter Flora
1 31.20

(2)
1*Butter Flora
31.20

(1)
1* Cheese Encian
27.00

Ogiltig
-27.00

Kontant
31.00 EUR
Cheese Encian
1*7.00
=7.00 A
Butter Flora
1*10.00
=10.00 A
Ogiltig
Cheese Encian
1*7.00
=-7.00 A
-----------------------Total
10.00
Kontant
10.00
Note:
The number in parenthesis tells you the line number of the item in purchase
• Voiding (annulling) an entire receipt
Procedure: If you wish to void an entire receipt, proceed as follows:
Sequence of steps
Display
Receipt

1*Cheese Encian
7.00

1*Butter Flora
10.00


Subtotal
17.00 EUR
Kvitto annuller
-58.20
Cheese Encian
1*7.00
=7.00 A
Butter Flora
1*10.00
=10.00 A
Subtotal
17.00
Kvitto annullerat
SURCHANGES AND DISCOUNTS
Percent surcharge/discount on an item
The cash register allows you to program a percentage rate that is used for a surcharge with they key 
(PERCENT SURCHARGE) and for a discount with the key  (PERCENT DISCOUNT) and also limits for
manual entry of discounts or surcharges. If you need to register a rate different than the one that is pre-programmed, enter the numeric value of the surcharge or of the discount before pressing the  PERCENT
SURCHARGE), or  (PERCENT DISCOUNT) key. The value of the new rate will be effective only if it does
not exceed the pre-programmed limit for manual entry and will apply for a single registration.
The discount or surcharge cannot be applied on goods that was set to returnable pack. If at sale, returnable
pack’s is accounted, after applying the surcharge or discount on the whole receipt, the discount or surcharge will be not applied on the returnable pack.
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Operation in registration mode
Procedure for applying a programmed percent discount: (condition: programmed values in the P-mode
for surcharges and discounts, see the chapter „Programming the cash register - Surcharges and discounts“).
We want to apply a programmed 10% discount on Cheese Encian:
Sequence of steps
Display
Receipt
1*Cheese Encian
7.00


Rabatt %-0.10

Kontant
6.90 EUR
Cheese Encian
1*7.00
=7.00 A
Rabatt
10.00%
-0.10 A
• the procedure for applying a surcharge is similar, only in place of the key
press  (PERCENT SURCHARGE).
 (PERCENT DISCOUNT) we
Procedure for manually entering a percent discount: (conditions: programmed limits in the P-mode for
surcharges and discounts, see the chapter „Programming the cash register - Surcharges and discounts“).
We want to apply a discount on Cheese Encian (if a surcharge or discount is more than the limit for manual
entry, an error message is shown):
Sequence of steps
Display
Receipt

1*Cheese Encian
7.00

Rabatt %-0.10
Cheese Encian
1*7.00
=7.00 A
Rabatt
-0.10 A
Kontant
6.90 EUR

• the procedure for applying a manually entered percent surcharge is similar, only in place of the key 
(PERCENT DISCOUNT) we press  (PERCENT SURCHARGE).
Percent surcharge/discount on a subtotal
Procedure: If all items in a single transaction (purchase) are subject to the same discount or surcharge, it is
possible to register the discount or surcharge at one time for the entire transaction (purchase). Once the entire
sale has been registered (all items), press  SUBTOTAL and then apply the programmed surcharge or discount or to do so by manual entry.
Example: for discretionary items sold with a total price, for example, of 258.00 EUR we apply a programmed
10% discount:
Sequence of steps
Display
Receipt
items sold

Subtotal
258.00 EUR

Rabatt %-25.80

Kontant
232.00 EUR
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Subtotal
258.00
STL rabatt
10.00%
-25.80
-----------------------Total
232.20
Avrundning
-0.20
Kontant
232.00
Operation in registration mode
• the procedure for applying a percent surcharge on an entire purchase is similar, only in place of the key
 (PERCENT DISCOUNT) we press  (PERCENT SURCHARGE).
Process for manually entering a discount: we use the previous example but with a manually entered 4% discount.
Sequence of steps
Display
Úètenka
predaj položiek
Subtotal
258.00 EUR

Rabatt %-10.30

Kontant
247.50 EUR

Subtotal
258.00
STL rabatt
4.00%
-10.30
-----------------------Total
247.70
Avrundning
-0.20
Kontant
247.50
• the procedure for applying a manually entered percent surcharge on an entire purchase is similar, only in
place of the key  (PERCENT DISCOUNT) we press  (PERCENT SURCHARGE).
Value surcharges and value discounts
The cash register allows for the application of a value surcharge or discount on the most recently registered
item or on all the items sold. The size of the value surcharge or discount entered cannot be greater than the
value of the item or the group of items to which the surcharge or discount applies.
Entering the value discount/surcharge is limited by the surcharge/discount limit. If the limit of the surcharge/discount is set to 0, the surcharge/discount cannot be applied. If the value is different than 0, the
mentioned operation is allowed.
The procedure for entering a value discount on a subtotal: We will use the previous example but with
a manually entered value discount of 100.00 EUR.
Sequence of steps
Display
Úètenka
predaj položiek

 

Subtotal
258.00 EUR
Rabatt
-100.00
Kontant
158.00 EUR
Subtotal
STL rabatt
258.00
-100.00
-----------------------Total
158.00
Kontant
158.00
• the procedure for applying a value surcharge on a subtotal is similar, only in place of the keys  we
press .
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Operation in registration mode
Procedure for entering a value discount on a single item: a discount on Encian cheese worth 5.00 EUR
Sequence of steps
Display
Úètenka
1*Encian cheese
27.00
Rabatt
-5.00
Kontant
22.00 EUR

 

Encian cheese
1*27.00
27.00 A
Rabatt
-5.00 A
• the procedure for applying a value surcharge on a single item is similar, only in place of the keys
we press .

REFUNDS
Refund of a product
This function is used for reclamation or refunding of products for any reason whatsoever. This function can
be used only as an independent operation. It cannot be used during an open (registered) sale.
In agreement with the regulation on the cash register registration, the value of a refunded product is counted
as negative GT3 turnover. The menu „Refunds“ is used for the purpose of refunds.
Procedure for refunding the item Cheese Encian with a programmed price (7.00 EUR).
Sequence of steps
Display
08/05/2008
R
12:00:00
R-mode
press
Receipt
REGISTRERING
Försäljning

  go to the
with arrows
or
REFUNDS menu
confirm by pressing

Vara returnerad
1*Cheese Encian
-7.00

confirm by pressing
REGISTRERING
Återbetalning
Retur
Cheese Encian
1*7.00
=-7.00 A
-----------------------Total
-7.00
Kontant
0.00
Tillbaka
7.00

Tillbaka
7.00 EUR
Note:
In the refund menu it is possible to use all the preceding methods for the sale of items (entering a price, multiplying,
dividing amounts, …). It is not possible to use the operation of surcharges or discounts!
Refund of a package
This function is use for the return of packages (bottle, crate, barrel, …). In agreement with the regulation on
cash register registration, the value of a refund operation is counted as negative GT3 turnover. In the cash
register, the keys  PACKAGE REFUND) are used for this purpose. The packaging refund function can
be used only as an independent operation or in the course of a registered sale.
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Operation in registration mode
Procedure for refunding five bottles programmed as PLU no. 20 with a programmed price (0.30 EUR). It is
necessary that PLU no. 20 be programmed as a package refund (see the chapter „Programming the cash
register - Product items“)
Sequence of steps
Display
Receipt
08/08/2008
R
12:00:00
R mode
press the buttons

Vara returnerad
5*

5*Bottle
-1.50

complete the receipt by pressing
Retur
Bottle
5*0.30
=-1.50 A
-----------------------Total
-1.50
Kontant
0.00
Tillbaka
1.50
Tillbaka
1.50 SKK

With the refund of a package it is possible to use all preceding methods of registering items (entering of
a price, multiplication, division of amounts, …). However, it is not possible to use the operation for surcharges
or discounts!
DEPOSITING CASH
A deposit is used for the recording of non-business payments (deposits). An example is the daily adding of
cash to the cash register drawer. The cash register allows the depositor to print proof of the cash deposit.
The document can even include the name of the depositor and the reason for the deposit. A name and
a reason can be entered up to 18 characters. There is a place assigned for the signature of the depositor on
the printed document. Entering the name of the depositor and the reason for the deposit is not mandatory.
If you do not want to enter this data, simply end the deposit operation by pressing  TOTAL two times.
Procedure for depositing 1000.00 SKK in the primary currency:
Sequence of steps
Display
R mode
press
Receipt
08/08/2008
R
12:00:00
REGISTRERING
Försäljning

 
use the arrow keys
or
to
go to the Deposit Cash menu
confirm by pressing

REGISTRERING
Betalt
Värde:
 
Värde:
100.00
enter the cashier‘s name, confirm by pressing
Namn:
John
enter the reason for the deposit,
confirm with
Orsak:
opening


Betalt
100.00
NAMN:
John
Orsak:
Lanorsak
Underskrift:
Print out the receipt; in the lower part there is a place where the cashier can sign the document.
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Operation in registration mode
WITHDRAWAL OF CASH OR CHECKS
The withdrawal of cash or checks from the cash register drawer not associated with a sale is recording
using the „with. cash/checks“ operation. We use this function, for example, when delivering revenue with
alternate cash registers or to decrease the amount of money in the drawer. The cash register allows for the
printing of a document on the withdrawing of cash. The document can even include the name of the person
withdrawing and the reason for it. A name and a reason can be entered up to 18 characters. There is a place
assigned for the signature of the person making the withdrawal on the printed document. Entering the name
of the person withdrawing and the reason for the withdrawal is not mandatory. If you do not wish to enter this
data, simply end the withdrawal operation by pressing  TOTAL two times.
An example of the pick up of 500.00 SKK (primary currency in cash):
Sequence of steps
Display
08/08/2008
R
12:00:00
R mode
press
Úètenka
REGISTRERING
Försäljning

 
using the arrow
or
go to the
Withdrawal of cash/checks menu

confirm by pressing
, for
the withdrawal of checks, with
the arrows
or
go to the
Checks - primary currency
REGISTRERING
Växel / Tillbaka
Kontanter
Hämtning
500.00
NAMN:
John
Växel / Tillbaka
Kont.-huvudval.
 
 
Underskrift:
VÄRDE:
500.00
enter the cashier name, confirm
with
NAMN:
John
enter the reason for withdrawal,
confirm with
ORSAK:
Closing day


Hämtningorsak:
TIP: If you wish to take out the entire contents of the drawer (for example, a withdrawal in the primary currency) it is imperative to enter 0.00 as the value of the withdrawal.
At certain transactions, reference number is needed to be entered. Reference number is entered from the
numeric pad after which the key combination SHIFT  has to be pressed. Limit of the reference number
is 16 characters.
ENTER REFERENCE NUMBER
On receipt, customer identification number can be entered. At open receipt, or before start of the receipt,
enter the customer number and press SHIFT  key combination. Maximum length of the reference
number is 18 characters. The last entered reference number will be accepted. The reference number will not
be written if it has not been set. On display will be the preset value which by default is “Reference number”
and the value of the reference number. It’s possible to continue with accounting. This number will be printed
on receipt in the section “informative data”.
Reference number is possible to read with help of the bar code scanner. As reference number will be considered the EAN code starting with 25.
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Operation in registration mode
REGISTRATION USING THE EURO CURRENCY
Prior to devoting yourself to this chapter, read the chapter „Concepts defining the launch of the euro currency or payment in a foreign currency“. The Euro-50T Mini cash register is capable of working with a primary,
foreign (secondary) and dual currencies according to the stages of the euro currency currently in effect.
Note:
Because of the possibilities for setting different number of decimal places for different currencies (for example, for
the depiction and programming of prices in EUR in 3 or 2 decimal places, for the SKK, or for another foreign currency depiction and programming of prices for 2 decimal places) we recommend that when entering values to the
cash register that you use a decimal point. For example, for entering 23.00, it is enough to press 23., for entering
38.500 it‘s enough to press the keys 38.5 and the register will automatically fill out the tenths place according to the
setting of the character for the given currency for depicting and programming prices.
Stage prior to announcement of the conversion rate
The cash register works with a primary currency, which is the Slovak crown, and can also work with a foreign (secondary) currency, which can be an optional foreign currency, including the euro. In the foreign
(secondary) currency, payments can only be made in cash. In the course of a single purchase it is possible
to alternate payment in both the primary and the foreign currency and thus complete a sale. Any change,
however, can only be given in the primary currency.
Procedure:
After pressing  SUBTOTAL the value of the purchase is shown on the display in the primary currency. By
pressing  PRICE the value of the purchase is calculated for the value in the foreign currency. With repeated
pressing of the  PRICE ey, the subtotal is calculated and displayed in the primary or foreign currency.
After removing the necessary currency, the purchase ends by pressing the relevant payment button; in the
foreign (secondary) currency payments can only be made in cash. The method of payment and payments
in the primary and foreign currencies can be combined in various ways.
Note:
For payments in the foreign (secondary) currency, the second currency must already be programmed in (see the
chapter Programming the cash register - Currencies)
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Operation in registration mode
Example: A coat is bought for 2500 Sk. The customer wants to pay 20 EUR in cash, 1000 Sk with a credit
card and the rest in cash with SKK.
Sequence of steps
Display
Receipt
Coat, black
1*2500.00
sale items




 

Subtotal
2 500.00 SKK
Subtotal
77.82 EUR
ATT BETALA
57.82 EUR
ATT BETALA
1857.50 SKK
ATT BETALA
857.50 SKK
Kontant
857.50
Subtotal
2500.00 A
2500.00 A
-----------------------Total
2500.00
20.00 EUR=
Kontant
642.47
Kort
1000.00
Kontant
857.50
-----------------------BRUTTO moms A
2500.00
Netto A
2100.80
Moms A 19.00%
399.20
Forsäljning total
2500.00
Netto total
2100.80
Moms total
399.20
-----------------------Inform. beräkning
Växlingskurs
1EUR
=10.1000 SEK
All financial data are preserved in the primary currency. The changeover to individual stages is described
in the programming part of this manual.
Stage of dual display
Lasts from the announcement of the conversion rate to the start of the changeover to the euro. The conversion rate will be announced about half a year before entry to the eurozone. At this stage the mandatory dual
display of prices is in effect, no sooner than the day of the announcement and at the latest 1 month after
announcement of the conversion rate. The cash register works with two currencies. The primary currency
is the Slovak crown, while the dual and foreign (secondary) currency is the euro. Dual currencies serves
for informational display of prices for purchases; for the need of dual display, they are calculated using the
conversion rate. In the foreign currency, only cash payments are possible, while change can only be given
in the primary currency. Payments in the euro currency are in calculated Slovak crowns according to the
market exchange rate, not according to the conversion rate.
Inform. beräkning
Total EUR
79.54
Växlingskurs
1EUR
=10.1000 SEK
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Operation in registration mode
Stage of dual circulation - entry to the eurozone
This is the stage of gradual withdrawal of the Slovak crown from circulation, which will last for 16 days. In this
period the mandatory dual display of prices remains in place. The cash register works with two currencies.
The primary currency is the euro. The dual and foreign currency is the Slovak crown. It is possible to make
payment in the foreign currency (SKK) only in cash. In the course of a single purchase it is possible to alternate payment in both the primary and the foreign currency and thus complete a sale. Any change, however,
can only be given in the primary currency (EUR). Prior to the first registering of a sale in the stage of dual
circulation, it is necessary to perform the calculation of PLUs recorded in the cash register database from
the Slovak crown to the euro. The values of cumulated sums (so-called grand totals) will be during the changeover calculated on the basis of a conversion rate. It is necessary to calculate the prices of items outside
the cash register according to the rules defined by the law on the introduction of the euro and afterwards it
will be necessary to enter the correct prices directly into the cash register via the programming mode.
Procedure:
After pressing  SUBTOTAL the value of the purchase is displayed in the primary currency (euro). By
pressing  PRICE The value of the purchase is calculated in the foreign currency (in this phase, SKK).
By repeating the pressing of  PRICE the value of the subtotal is calculated and shown in the primary
or foreign currency. After selection of a currency, the sale is completed by pressing the relevant payment
button; in the foreign (secondary) currency payment can only be made in cash. The method of payment and
payments in the primary and foreign currency can be combined in a variety of ways.
Example: A coat is purchased for 100 EUR. The customer wants to pay 10 EUR in cash, 10 EUR with a credit card and the rest he wishes to pay in cash in EUR.
Sequence of steps
Display
Receipt
items sold

Subtotal
120.00 EUR

Att betala
10.00 EUR


Att betala
10.00 EUR

Att betala
120.00 EUR

Kontant
120.00 EUR
Black Jacket
1*120.00
120.00 A
Subtotal
120.00 A
-----------------------Total
120.00
Kontant
100.00
Kontant
10.00
Kontant
10.00
-----------------------Brutto moms A 120.00
Netto A
100.80
Moms A 19.00% 19.20
Forsäljning total
120.00
Netto total
100.80
Moms total
19.20
-----------------------13-11-2008
13:49
01-0033
Kassör
All financial data are stored in the primary currency (euro). The changeover to individual stages is described
in the programming parts of this manual.
Stage of mandatory dual display
This stage will last until the end of 2009.
This is the stage of the changeover to the euro after the completion of dual circulation with the possibility of
using another foreign currency. The primary currency is now the euro, the dual currency is the Slovak crown
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Operation in registration mode
and a foreign (secondary) currency is an optional foreign currency. No payments may be made nor change given in the dual currency (EUR). It serves merely for informational depiction of prices for purchases.
Process:
After pressing  SUBTOTAL the value of the purchase is displayed in the primary currency (euro). By
pressing  PRICE the value of the purchase is calculated in the foreign currency. By repeating the pressing of  PRICE the value of the subtotal is calculated and depicted in the primary or foreign currency.
After selection of a currency, the sale is completed by pressing the relevant payment button; in the foreign
(secondary) currency payment can only be made in cash. The method of payment and payments in the
primary and foreign currency can be combined in a variety of ways.
Note:
For payments in the foreign (secondary) currency it is necessary for this currency to be programmed into the register (see the chapter Programming the cash register - Currencies )
Example: A coat is purchased for 80 EUR. The customer wants to pay 30 USD in cash, 20 EUR with a credit
card and the rest he wishes to pay in cash in EUR.
Sequence of steps
Display
Receipt

Subtotal
80.00 EUR

Subtotal
116.55 USD


Att betala
59.41 EUR


Att betala
86.55 USD


Att betala
39.41 EUR
Kontant
39.41 EUR
Coat, black
1*80.00
80.00 A
Subtotal
80.00 A
-----------------------Total
80.00
30.00USD=
Kontant
20.59
Kort
20.00
Kontant
39.41
-----------------------Brutto moms A 80.00
Netto A
67.23
Moms A 19.00% 12.77
Forsäljning total
80.00
Netto total
67.23
Moms total
12.77
-----------------------Inform. beräkning
Total SEK
2514.57
Växlingskurs
1EUR
=10.1000 SEK
Valutakurs
1USD
=0.6864 EUR
All financial data are stored in the primary currency (euro). The changeover to individual stages is described
in the programming parts of this manual.
The end of dual display
The recommended end of the dual price display is June 2010. After completion of dual display, the primary
currency is the euro and the second is an optional foreign currency. Payments in the foreign (secondary)
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Operation in registration mode
currency can only be made in cash. In the scope of a single purchase it is possible to alternate payment in the
primary and foreign currency up to the total payment for the purchase. Change can only be given in the primary currency. The method of ending dual display is described in the programming section of this manual.
TEXT JOURNAL
The cash register store on memory the control receipts in electronic form. Text journal has capacity for
18.990 lines (including empty lines), which at receipts with 3 items and 3 different tax levels equals to 450
receipts. To fulfill the law requirements, the text journal has to be stored regarding local law regulations.
The cash register Euro-50T Mini allows to store the journal on PC with the communication library functions
or to export on memory card (not included). The cash allows to set automatic export journal on SD card at
daily report (P mode > Journal > Setting > Autoexport). At this setting implicit saving of the journal will be
done and later, erasing of it from internal memory if the transfer to SD card or PC is successful.
In case of need the cash register allows to print the text journal on paper. The text journal is not possible to
erase if the journal is not stored on PC, memory card or printed on paper ribbon. During accounting, message for operator is displayed, informing about journal low memory. This message is displayed at starting
the cash register if the memory reached 80% and after crossing 95%. In that case is recommended to store
the journal, delete it and continue with accounting. After the journal memory is full, the cash register is not
allowing to start with new receipt or any other fiscal operation until it’s not stored on PC, memory card or
printed on paper.
BINARY JOURNAL
It’s used to store information about sale and further parse and decode with help of PC software. Enabling
storing binary journal can be done in menu P mode > Binary journal > Setting (see chapter Programming
of ECR ). Other operation with the binary journal are : export on SD card, deleting, getting size information.
The cash register check status of journal and at passing 80% and 95% of memory usage, the cash register
operator will be informed about this status.
Binary journal is based on documents. Current only sell and refund in registering and training mode documents are available. Each document contains items and special form has headers and footer which are
delimiting the document.
Each receipt contains elements that are separated with TAB (0x09). Each item is finished with the end of
line sign NL (0x0A).
Description of binary journal elements
DocumentHeader – beginning of the document
DOCHDR dt
dt:
DocumentType – valid values
SALE/RETURN/SALET/RETURNT/LOAN(*)/LOANT(*)
Letter T at the end of document type indicate training mode
(*) – Receive on account operation is logged only in fiscal version
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SoldItem – sold, refunded, canceled item
SI
id
text
uuuu
pppp
q1
qo
q2
rrrr
i C
D
R
L
V
id:
ID of the item at purchase
text:
PLUName
uuuu:
UnitPrice
pppp:
Price
q1:
First amount
q2:
Second amount
qo:
QuantityOperator – valid values * and /
rrrr:
taxRate
i:
TaxIdentifier – valid values A/B/C....
C:
Container item – presence of this item depends on sold item type
D:
Descriptive item - presence of this item depends on sold item type
R:
Return operation – presence of this item depends on operation type
L:
Linked item – this item tells if the item is linked to any other item
V:
Void operation - presence of this item depends on operation type. If this operation is
done, the value “id” is identifying the item that was canceled
ItemAdjustment – Entry changing price for other item
ADJI
id
adjt
pppp
aaaa V
id:
ID of entry from sale, that has changed price
adjt:
AdjustmentType – valid values P+/P-/V+/V-
pppp:
Value of percentual modification of P+ and P-
aaaa:
Value of modification
V:
Void operation – presence of this value depends on type of operation
Void of Receipt – item identifies canceling of the purchase
RCPV
After this entry the RPCDT and RPCID is following
SubtotalAdjustment – entry that changes value of subtotal
ADJSBTL id
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adjt
pppp
ssss
aaaa
V
id:
ID of this entry on receipt
adjt:
AdjustmentType – valid values P+/P-/V+/V-
pppp:
Value of percentual modification of P+ and P-
ssss:
Value of subtotal, that will be modified (without returnable containers and linked
items)
aaaa:
Value of modification
V:
Void operation - presence of this item depends on operation type. If this operation
is done, the value “id” is identifying the item that was canceled
Operation in registration mode
TenderItem – payment entry
TNDR
ct
tt
aaa
ffff
rrrr
ct:
CurrencyType – valid values CURN/CURF for local/foreign currency
tt:
TenderType – valid values CASH/CHECK/CARD
aaaa:
Amount – value of the payment in local currency
ffff:
Foreign - value of the payment in foreign currency
rrrr:
ExchangeRate – of the foreign currency in case that the payment was covered
with foreign currency
TotalItem – sell summary
TTL
gggg
tttt
rrrr
gggg:
Gross – total value of the purchase including tax
tttt:
Tax – total value of the tax
rrrr:
Rounding – value of the price rounding of the purchase. This value can be negative
TaxItem – entry of tax level used at purchase
TAXI
tl
rrrr
gggg
tttt
tl:
TaxLevel – valid values A/B/C ...
rrrr:
TaxRate – tax value in percents
gggg:
Value of purchase including tax from specific tax level
tttt:
Value of tax in tax level
DocumentReferenceNumber
DOCRFN nnnnn
nnnnn:
Reference number of the document
DD.MM.YYYY
HH:MN:SS
ReceiptDateTime - date and time of receipt
RCPID
nn
rrrr
OperatorName
nn:
ECR number
rrrr:
ReceiptNumber – zero for LOAN and LOANT
DucumentTrailer – End of document
DOCTR
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Operation in registration mode
Exampe of binary journal document in text form:
DOCHDR SALE
SI
1
bread
10.00
60.00
2.000
*
3.000
19.00
A
SI
2
sausage
20.00
240.00
3.000
*
4.000
10.00
B
SI
3
bottle
4.00
4.00
1.000
*
1.000
0.00
G
SI
4
beer
30.00
30.00
1.000
*
1.000
0.00
G
SI
5
bottle
4.00
4.00
1.000
*
1.000
0.00
G
ADJI
4
P-
10.00
3.00
SI
7
beer
30.00
30.00
1.000
*
1.000
0.00
G
SI
8
bottle
4.00
4.00
1.000
*
1.000
0.00
G
ADJI
7
P-
10.00
3.00
C
C
C
ADJI
7
P-
10.00
3.00
V
SI
10
beer
30.00
30.00
1.000
*
1.000
0.00
G
SI
11
bottle
4.00
4.00
1.000
*
1.000
0.00
G
SI
12
beer
30.00
30.00
1.000
*
1.000
0.00
G
SI
13
bottle
4.00
4.00
1.000
*
1.000
0.00
G
ADJI
12
P+
10.00
3.00
SI
12
beer
30.00
30.00
1.000
*
1.000
0.00
G
bottle
4.00
4.00
1.000
*
1.000
0.00
G
C
C
C
V
SI
13
ADJI
12
P+
10.00
3.00
V
SI
15
bottle
4.00
4.00
1.000
*
1.000
0.00
G
C
R
SI
15
bottle
4.00
4.00
1.000
*
1.000
0.00
G
C
R
1.000
*
1.000
19.00
A
V
V
SI
16
bread
10.00
10.00
ADJI
16
P-
10.00
1.00
ADJI
16
P-
10.00
1.00
V
ADJSBTL
18
P+
10.00
397.00
39.70
ADJSBTL
19
P+
10.00
436.70
43.70
ADJSBTL
P+
10.00
436.70
43.70
TNDR
CURN
19
CASH
452.50
0.00
0.0000
TTL
452.50
36.30
-0.20
TAXI
A
19.00
77.00
12.30
TAXI
B
10.00
263.90
24.00
TAXI
G
0.00
111.60
0.00
DOCRFN
987654321
RCPDT
21.01.2008
RCPID
01
DOCTR
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REPORTS
Reports
REPORT MODES
There are two modes for printing reports: “X” mode and “Z” mode.
An „X“ mode report is printed without clearing the contents of the memory. It is used for generating an overview of sales
during the day, when switching cashiers and the like. An „X“ mode report may be printed out at different times during
the day.
Use “Z” mode reports when you need to print reports and to clear the register‘s memory of the sales data printed
in the report. A “Z” report is usually carried out once a day after finalising the daily sales.
Reports are always printed in the primary currency.
GENERATED REPORTS
Table 5.1 - An overview of reports in the „X“ and „Z“ modes
Report
„X“ mode
„Z“ mode
Ekon. rapport (Dagligen)
•
•
Ekon. rapport (Varje m�nad)
•
•
Kombinerad rapp.
•
•
Kassörsrapport
•
•
PLU rapport
•
•
Flashrapport
•
L�drapport
•
•
REPORT CONTENTS
Financial reports
A financial report contains:
1) The values of cumulated sums (grand totals) GT1, GT2 and GT3
2) Taxable sums and taxes in all programmed taxation categories
3) Overall sales value
4) Number and value of printed duplicates
5) Number and value of receipts in T mode
6) Number of executed daily and monthly X and Z reports
7) Value of total tax
8) Number and value of voids
9) Number and value of refunds
10) Number and value of discounts
11) Number and value of surcharges
12) Number and value received by cash payment
13) Number and value received by check payment
14) Number and value received by credit card payment
15) Number and value of deposits in cash
16) Number and value of withdrawals in cash
17) Differences in rounding
18) DPT report
Inactive categories (that is with zero sales information) are not printed out (with the exception of tax information).
Daily financial X-report
A daily (overall) X-report includes:
• the number of all daily (overall) Z-reports (ZD#) already performed
• financial report
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Monthly financial X-report
A monthly (periodic) X-report collects financial data from the daily (overall) Z-reports accumulated over a time period. This report allows the printing out of financial data accumulated from the last monthly (periodic)
Z-report. Does not clear the register memory.
Daily turnover
This is a simple, fast report which shows the current daily turnover on the cash register display.
X - cashier report
Daily / monthly X cashier report print out :
• Cashier name
• Number and value of the positive and negative sell summary and refund from the last Z-daily/monthly
cashier report.
• Value of the total sell
The monthly X-report is actualized after Z-daily cashier report.
PLU X-report
Procedure at printing the PLU X - report :
• Setting the lower limit, setting number of PLU, from which PLU report will be printed.
• Applying the setting with the key  TOTAL
• Setting the higher limit, setting number of PLU, until which PLU report will be printed.
• Applying the setting with the key  TOTAL
• Print entry number – at setting the entry number print to “Yes”, at each PLU the PLU number is printed.
• Applying the setting with the key  TOTAL
PLU X-report print out:
• Number of PLU (if the “Print entry number” was set to “Yes” )
• Name of PLU
• Number and value of sold PLU
• Addition of all sold PLU values
DPT X-report
Daily / monthly DPT report prints out :
• Name of DPT
• Number and value of sold DPT
• Total value of all sold DPT per day / month
X-Drawer report
The drawer report prints out :
• Number of cash contribution in drawer and additional value
• Number of returned goods and they additional value
• Number of received on account operations and the additional value of the received cash value
• Number of Paid out operations and the additional value of the paid out cash value
• Remaining money in the drawer
• Value of checks in the drawer
• Amount of the foreign currency in the drawer
• Number and sum of returned money
Daily financial Z-report
A daily (overall) Z-report contains:
• sequential number of the performed daily (overall) „Z“ report (ZD#)
• financial report
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After printing, the contents of the memory in a daily (overall) Z-report are added to the contents of the
monthly (periodic) report and then zeroed out. According to applicable Slovak legislation a daily (overall)
Z-report must be printed out at the end of each day.
Monthly financial Z-report
A monthly (periodic) Z-report gathers information from daily (overall) Z-reports over a longer time period. By
printing out the contents of the memory monthly (periodically) the Z-report is cleared. According to applicable Slovak legislation a monthly (periodic) Z-report must be printed out at the end of each month.
Z-cashier report
Daily / monthly cashier Z-report prints out:
• Name of the cashier
• Number, additional value of positive and negative sells or refund of goods from the last Z-daily/monthly
cashier report.
• Value of the total daily/monthly income
After printing the daily cashier report the information from the daily cashier report is added to monthly cashier report and it’s deleted. After printing the monthly cashier report, this will be erased.
PLU Z-report
Procedure at printing the PLU Z - report :
• Setting the lower limit, setting number of PLU, from which PLU report will be printed.
• Applying the setting with the key  TOTAL
• Setting the higher limit, setting number of PLU, until which PLU report will be printed.
• Applying the setting with the key  TOTAL
• Print of report – at this step if the setting for print out report is set to “Yes”, the PLU report will be printed
in the preset interval. If the print out report is set to “No”, the PLU report will be not printed and it will be
erased from the memory, that reset the counter and new tracking period can be started. In case that
the setting ‘No” will be applied, the steps 7. and 8. will be not accomplished.
• Applying the setting with the key  TOTAL
• Printing the number of the PLU – at set to “Yes” each PLU the order number from the database will be
printed.
• Applying the setting with the key  TOTAL
PLU X-report print out
• number of PLU (if the “Print entry number” was set to “Yes” )
• Name of PLU
• Number and value of sold PLU
• Total value of all sold DPT per day / month
After printing out the PLU Z-report, the information about sold PLU will be erased what allows periodic
tracking of the goods.
HOW TO PRINT AN X-REPORT
Call up the Main Menu by pressing the MENU key, then using the arrows
 or  select „X“ mode.
HUVUDMENY
X-mode
Enter the X-report menu by pressing  TOTAL, where by using the  or  keys you can select which
report you want to run. The report will be printed out after pressing the  TOTAL key.
We can print out X-reports any number of times without influencing the values of the data stored in the cash
register.
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Reports
With the help of this type of report, you can get an overview lf sales during the day. You can use these
values, for example, to check the balance of cash in the drawer, follow the course of sales throughout the
day, check sales with the changing of shifts or cashiers, etc.
Sample printouts of an X-report
A daily (overall) X-report offers a detailed picture of sales during the day. It lists data about sales by individual taxation rates, the number of operations and voids, the number of refunds and the amount of cash
or checks accepted at the cash register. The actual revenues is at the same time divided from non-sales
deposits and withdrawals.
The X-report is a favorite for checking sales revenues and cash during shift changes throughout the working
day. It gives a manager an immediate overview of sales at any time during the day.
The number of all daily Z-reports is listed in the report as ZD#, while the number of monthly Z-reports appears as ZM#.
***************** X ******************
Ekonomisk rapport
Daglig
*************************************
ZD #:
2
GT1
1615.00
GT2
1606.00
GT3
-9.00
Momssats A
19.00%
Momssats B
10.00%
Brutto moms A
190.00
Netto A
159.70
Moms A
30.30
Brutto moms B
0.00
Netto B
0.00
Moms B
0.00
Forsäljning total
11Q
190.00
Netto total
159.70
Moms total
30.30
Kontant
5Q
190.00
VGR01
9.000Q
160.54
VGR02
2.000Q
29.22
VGR03
2.000Q
66.66
VGR06
2.000Q
133.32
VGR07
1.000Q
99999.99
VGR09
1.000Q
0.10
VGR13
1.000Q
0.10
VGR14
1.000Q
0.10
VGR15
1.000Q
99999.99
VGR Total
20.000Q
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***************** X ******************
Ekonomisk rapport
Varje manad
*************************************
ZP #:
0
ZD #
1
GT1
1615.00
GT2
1606.00
GT3
-9.00
Momssats A
19.00%
Momssats B
10.00%
Brutto moms A
1327.00
Netto A
1115.10
Moms A
211.90
Brutto moms B
0.00
Netto B
0.00
Moms B
0.00
Forsaljning total
25Q
1327.00
Netto total
1115.10
Moms total
211.90
Rabatt
2Q
-17.00
Paslag
1Q
0.10
Retur
2Q
-8.50
STL rabatt
1Q
-0.10
STL paslag
1Q
-0.10
Kvittokopia
4Q
-85.30
Kassakvitto
0Q
Ovningskvitto
1Q
100.00
Oavslutad Forsäljning 0Q
Ladoppning
N/A
Lan
2Q
1000.00
Hamntning
2Q
1000.00
Kontant
30Q
1326.82
VGR01
9.000Q
160.54
VGR02
2.000Q
29.22
VGR03
2.000Q
66.66
VGR06
2.000Q
VGR07
1.000Q
VGR09
1.000Q
VGR13
1.000Q
VGR14
1.000Q
VGR15
1.000Q
VGR Total
20.000Q
133.32
99999.99
0.10
0.10
0.10
99999.99
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5Q
0.10
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Reports
Z-Drawer report
The drawer report prints out:
• Number of cash contribution in drawer and additional value
• Number of returned goods and they additional value
• Number of received on account operations and the additional value of the received cash value
• Number of paid out operations and the additional value of the paid out cash value
• Remaining money in the drawer
• Value of checks in the drawer
• Amount of the foreign currency in the drawer
• Number and sum of returned money
After print the drawer Z-report, the information about drawer will be erased what allows periodic tracking
of the operations with the drawer.
DPT Z-report
Daily / monthly DPT report prints out:
• Name of DPT
• Number and value of sold DPT
• Total value of all sold DPT per day / month
After printing the daily DPT report the content of the daily report will be added to the monthly DPT report
and after that it will be erased.
After printing the monthly DPT report, this will be erased.
Z- Combined report Name
Combined report allows to define all reports, that have to be printed. For example two modes can be defined, one for daily purpose and one for monthly purpose.
Procedure at printing the daily combined report:
• Entering the execution or configuration
• Applying the setting with the key  TOTAL
• At setting of configuration:
• Setting print of financial report “Yes” or “No”
• Applying the setting with the key  TOTAL
• Setting print of cashier report “Yes” or “No”
• Applying the setting with the key  TOTAL
• Setting print of DPT report “Yes” or “No”
• Applying the setting with the key  TOTAL
• Setting print of PLU report “Yes” or “No”
• Applying the setting with the key  TOTAL
• Setting print of drawer report “Yes” or “No”
• Applying the setting with the key  TOTAL
* Description of the reports is in the previous chapter
Procedure at printing monthly combined report:
• Entering the execution or configuration
• Applying the setting with the key  TOTAL
At setting of configuration:
• At entering the configuration of printing the financial report “Yes” or “No”
• Applying the setting with the key  TOTAL
• Setting print of financial report “Yes” or “No”
• Applying the setting with the key  TOTAL
• Setting print of cashier report “Yes” or “No”
• Applying the setting with the key  TOTAL
* Description of the reports is in the previous chapter
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Reports
HOW TO PRINT OUT A Z-REPORT
Press the MENU button to enter the Main menu, then use the arrows
 or  to select „Z“.
HUVUDMENY
Z-mode
You get into „Z“ reports by pressing the  TOTAL, key, where by using the keys  or  you can select the
report you wish to run. The report will print out upon pressing the  TOTAL key.
Sample printouts of an Z-report
***************** Z ******************
Ekonomisk rapport
Daglig
*************************************
ZD #:
2
GT1
1615.00
GT2
1606.00
GT3
-9.00
Momssats A
19.00%
Momssats B
10.00%
Brutto moms A
190.00
Netto A
159.70
Moms A
30.30
Brutto moms B
0.00
Netto B
0.00
Moms B
0.00
Forsäljning total
11Q
190.00
Netto total
159.70
Moms total
30.30
Kontant
5Q
190.00
VGR01
9.000Q
160.54
VGR02
2.000Q
29.22
VGR03
2.000Q
66.66
VGR06
2.000Q
133.32
VGR07
1.000Q
99999.99
VGR09
1.000Q
0.10
VGR13
1.000Q
0.10
VGR14
1.000Q
0.10
VGR15
1.000Q
99999.99
VGR Total
20.000Q
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***************** Z ******************
Ekonomisk rapport
Varje manad
*************************************
ZP #:
0
ZD #
1
GT1
1615.00
GT2
1606.00
GT3
-9.00
Momssats A
19.00%
Momssats B
10.00%
Brutto moms A
1327.00
Netto A
1115.10
Moms A
211.90
Brutto moms B
0.00
Netto B
0.00
Moms B
0.00
Forsaljning total
25Q
1327.00
Netto total
1115.10
Moms total
211.90
Rabatt
2Q
-17.00
Paslag
1Q
0.10
Retur
2Q
-8.50
STL rabatt
1Q
-0.10
STL paslag
1Q
-0.10
Kvittokopia
4Q
-85.30
Kassakvitto
0Q
Ovningskvitto
1Q
100.00
Oavslutad Forsäljning 0Q
Ladoppning
N/A
Lan
2Q
1000.00
Hamntning
2Q
1000.00
Kontant
30Q
1326.82
VGR01
9.000Q
160.54
VGR02
2.000Q
29.22
VGR03
2.000Q
66.66
VGR06
2.000Q
VGR07
1.000Q
VGR09
1.000Q
VGR13
1.000Q
VGR14
1.000Q
VGR15
1.000Q
VGR Total
20.000Q
133.32
99999.99
0.10
0.10
0.10
99999.99
200390.02
Avrundning
5Q
0.10
13-11-2008
01
14:06
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OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Optional accessories
Digital scales
The Euro-50T Mini cash register allows for the connection of digital electronic scales with an optional RS-232
interface. You can also use them without a connection to the cash register. We supply scales with official certification and on request with a connecting cable.
Figure 6.1 - Digital scales
Ask your authorised Euro-50T Mini dealer about the supply and connection of an electronic scale.
Bar-code scanners
The Euro-50T Mini cash register should by optionaly equipped with an interface for connecting a bar-code
scanner. If you decide to use a bar-code scanner, this section offers some recommendations for how to choose
one. In each case we recommend buying and connecting a scanner with the help of your local Euro-50T Mini
dealer.
We connect a bar-code scanner to the cash register via optional a built-in serial RS-232 interface. The bar-code scanner must be equipped with the same interface. For a scanner connection, the cash register offers
a single direction +5V adapter for the COM1 (Port1) port; if you are using the COM2 port (Port2) to connect
the scanner, you must use an external connection. Prior to connecting a scanner it is necessary to correctly
program both the scanner and the cash register. We recommend using a scanner with its own connection.
We recommend Metrologic scanners for working with the cash register. Ask your Euro-50T Mini dealer for
more information.
MS-5145 Eclipse
A manual scanner with no holder, which scans upon the pressing of a trigger. The method of scanning is
the LED 650 nm ± 5 nm, scanner speed is 72 lines/s, scanning distance is 140 mm and the minimal width
of the bar is 0.102 mm. RS-232 interface.
Figure 6.2 - MS-5145 Eclipse scanner
Metrologic Orbit MS-7120
An omnidirectional, very fast, laser bar-code scanner. The scanner uses an LED 650 nm ± 5 nm for scanning, the speed of the omnidirectional scanning is 1120 lines/s (20 scanning lines), scanning grid of 5 x 4
parallel lines, scanning distance is 203 mm and the minimum bar width of 0.13 mm.
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Figure 6.3 - Metrologic Orbit MS-7120 scanner
Metrologic MS-9520 Voyager
A hand-held single-line laser scanner with automatic bar-code scanning, also offered with a holder. The
method of scanning is an LED 650 nm ± 10 nm, scanning speed is 72 lines/s, scanning distance of 203
mm and the minimum bar width is 0.132 mm.
Figure 6.4 - Metrologic MS-9520 Voyager scanner
Birch CD-108e
A great favorite, this hand-held CCD scanner is characterised by its low energy consumption, which makes
it suitable for connecting to a cash register working on a batter or to a laptop computer. This scanner is
ergonomically designed and reliably reads all commonly used bar codes, and working with it, including
configuration settings, is simple and easy for all users. It uses a CCD scanning with a speed of 100 scans
per second.
Figure 6.5 - Birch CD-108e scanner
You can get information about other types of scanners from your authorised Euro-50T Mini cash register dealer. You can find a complete list of scanners sold on our Web site: www.elcom.eu.
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HELPFUL ADVICE
Helpful advice
HELPFUL ADVICE
MAIN MENU
R-mode *
Sale
Cash In
Cash/Check out
Refund
X-mode
Financial reports
Cashier report
Daily
Monthly
PLU report
Flash report
Drawer report
Z-mode
Financial report
Cashier report
Daily
Monthly
PLU report
Drawer report
Combine report
P-mode
PLU
DPT
Cashiers
Tax group
Text logo
Function text
Measure unit
Surcharges
and discounts
Currency
Price and
tax parameters
Graphic logo
Journal
Binary journal
System parameters
Ext. devices
Service
Daily
Monthly
Price config
Cash total set.
Tax setting
Standby
Date and time
Kassa ID
Tests
Initialization
Euro steps
Software version
Export
Dual pres. start
Dual start
Dual stop
Dual pres. stop
Import
Scanner
Scales
Payment terminal
PC
T-mode
* from the main menu, after selecting R-mode, go directly to “Sales“, you get into the menu for registration mode
by pressing  (MENU) from the sales mode
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INFORMATION AND ERROR MESSANGES
If it is necessary to inform the operator about the current activities of the cash register or if the register enters
into an error state, the following messages will appear on the display:
Table 7.1 - List of cash register messages
MESSAGE
Arbetskonfig
Avsluta oavslutad
betalning
MEANING
Appeal to check euro monetary system parameters.
Last payment is required
Ändra for stor
Too large paid value - „give back“ value can‘t be displayed.
B.jrn. är full
Tom journalen
Memory of binary journal is full. It‘s required to save it on SD card, print
or export to PC.
B.jrn.skrivfel.
Forsok igen.
Beskr. PLU
Kan ej säljas
Beskr. PLU saknas
Error occurred at writing binary journal on SD card. Repeat operation.
Descriptive PLU can‘t be sold separately.
Descriptive PLU can‘t be canceled separately.
Betalning aktiv
Transaction is being paid.
Binär journal
använd till 80%
Memory of binary journal is filled up to 80%.
Binär journal
använd till 95%
Memory of binary journal is filled up to 95%.
BOOT fel
CCU avstängd
SD card „BOOT“ error.
CC device is not connected to the cash register or is not powered on or
the service timed out waiting for a response from the CC.
CCU ej konfig.
CC is not configured in cash register.
CCU fatalt fel
CC responded in „Status Information Response“ that fatal error condition exists.
CCU protokol fel
CC responded in „Status Information Response“ that protocol error condition exists.
CCU undantag
CC is either in not allowed state (Fatal error, Busy) or CC refused request
(NAK due to Invalid LRC, Unknown message, Invalid data/parameter,
Invalid sequence, Not operational, Internal error).
CCU upptagen
CC responded in „Status Information Response“ that it is in Busy state.
EANkod finns
Entered bar code already exists.
Efter daglig
rapport
Daily Z report was already done.
Efter var. mlnad
rapport
Monthly Z report was already done.
Ej anpassningsb.
vara
Sold item price can‘t be adjusted; e.g. returnable container.
Ej tillltet
i lterbetalning.
Operation can‘t be executed in refund mode.
Enhetspris ändr.
ej tillltet
Unit price can‘t be inserted from keyboard for selected item.
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Euro steg
oavslutad
FAT fel
Fel CCU version
SD card „FAT“ error.
CC is equipped with version of signature protocol that is not supported
in cash register.
Fel v. läsning
Fil
Read operation failed.
Fel v. oppning
av minneskort
Memory card open operation failed.
Fel v. oppning
Fil
Open operation failed
Fel v. skrivning
Fil
Write operation failed.
Fel v. stängning
av minneskort
Memory card close operation failed
Fel v. stängning
Fil
Close operation failed.
Felaktig KassaID
CC received invalid POSID and responded with Negative
Acknowledgment
Felaktig kod
Kontrollera inst
Entered bar code is invalid; check ECR port and bar code reader settings.
Forsälj. omojlig
felaktig PLU
Inactive item can‘t be sold; e.g. empty name, zero price or inactive tax
level.
Gor Z rapport
dagligen
Daily Z report execution is needed to perform requested operation.
Gor Z rapport
dagligen
Daily Z report execution is needed to perform requested operation.
Gor Z rapport
dagligen
Daily Z report execution is needed to perform requested operation.
Gor Z rapporter
All Z reports execution is needed to perform requested operation.
Huvudtemperatur
over gränsen
Temperature of printer head is out of range.
Inaktiv skatt
Ingen forsäljn.
registrerad
Ingen graf.logga
Ingen rapport
utvald
Ingen vara
PLU is assigned to inactive tax group.
Operation can‘t be executed on empty sale.
ECR doesn‘t contain graphic logo – export operation.
Linked report result - „nothing to do“.
Sale is empty - sold item list is not allowed.
Inte tillräckl.
betalning
Not enough currency in ECR drawer.
Kan ej sät.värde
If read-only field programmed or cannot change value in this time.
Kop fullt
slut kvitto
Kopplat PLU
är ej forpack.
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Unfinished step in transition to euro monetary system.
Maximal transaction item count was reached
Linked PLU is not returnable container.
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Kvantitet gräns
overskriden
Zero or too large total quantity of item.
Kvantitet1 gräns
overskriden
Zero or too large first quantity of item.
Kvantitet2 gräns
overskriden
Zero or too large second quantity of item.
Kvitto fel
Journal fel
Test result : receipt and journal papers are not OK.
Kvitto fel
Journal OK
Test result : receipt paper is not OK.
Kvitto OK
Journal fel
Test result : journal paper is not OK.
Kvitto OK
Journal OK
Test result : receipt and journal papers are OK.
Kvittopapper
saknas
Missing journal paper.
Kvittopapper
saknas
Missing receipt paper.
Lock oppet
MBR fel
ECR cover is open.
Error in „MBR“ of SD card.
Minneskort
finns ej
Operation failed, memory card was not found.
Minneskort
finns ej
Operation failed, memory card was not found.
Mottaget total
overflode
Ogiltig
betalning
Ogiltig
enhetspris
Passed receipt total value.
Invalid paid medium; e.g. only cash is allowed in foreign currency.
Too large unit or total price of item.
Ogiltig
kvantitet
Too large total quantity of item.
Ogiltig
kvantitet1
Too large first quantity of item.
Ogiltig
kvantitet2
Too large second quantity of item.
Ogiltig
värde
Ogiltigt steg
Ogiltigt värde
okänd rad
Zero or too large paid value.
Improper step in transition to euro monetary system.
Illegal value was entered.
Specified record not found.
okänd tabell
Specified table not found.
okänt fält
Specified field not found.
okänt kommando
Specified command not found.
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Oper. omojlig
i detta tillst.
Otilllten
operation
Syntax error.
Otillltet
belopp.
Given paid amount cannot be collected as set of notes and coins.
Otillltet
filformat
Unsupported SD card file format detected during import operation.
Otillltet
filsystem
Unsupported file system on SD.
PLU är ej
forpackning
Entered PLU is not returnable container.
PLU finns ej
Entered PLU was not found.
PLU har
nollpris
Zero total price is not allowed for item.
Printer
avstängd
Printer is disconnected.
Procentanpassn.
gräns
Saknas
bekräftelse
Sbtl. anpassning
Stäng locket
T.jrn. är full
Tom journalen.
Value of percentual surcharge/discount is out of range.
The euro monetary system parameters revision was not done.
Subtotal value was adjusted. Sold item can’t be canceled.
Test result: printer cover is closed.
Memory of text journal is full. It‘s required to save it on SD card, print or
export to PC.
Test avbrutet
Test result: test was interrupted.
Test COM - fel
Test result: COM port test failed.
Test inte mojl.
Test SD - fel
Test result: requested test is not supported.
Test result: SD card test failed.
Test USB - fel
Test result: USB test failed.
Test utfort OK
Test result: test succeed.
Textjournal
använd till 80%
Memory of text journal is filled up to 80%.
Textjournal
använd till 95%
Memory of text journal is filled up to 95%.
Utfor
avbeställd
Operation execution was canceled.
Utfor
avbeställd
Operation execution was canceled.
Värde
for stor
Värde saknas
Värdeanpassning
gräns
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Operation can‘t be executed in current transaction or ECR state,
eg. discount in return mode, or registration in blocked state.
Too large paid valued.
Required entity parameter was not entered in programming mode.
Incorrect value for value discount/surcharge.
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TESTING THE CASH REGISTER
Tests for the Euro-50T Mini allow you to simply and rapidly check the functionality of the cash register. With the
help of self-tests, we can check the functioning of electronic circuits, display elements, keys and the keyboard and
the printer. Only the most commonly used tests are described in this chapter. Other tests are designed for service
technicians.
Sys. parameter
Tests
Testing the electronic circuits and the display
Customer display
Self-test for the electronic circuits and the displays shows selected characters on the display.
Procedure for initiating the customer display test:
Sequence of steps
In the P-mode press  or  and then  TOTAL to enter the menu
for testing the customer display (P-mode – Sys. parameter – Tests):
Confirm by pressing  TOTAL. The customer display will gradually
show selected characters.
After successful completion of the test, the display reads:
Display
Tests
Customer displ.
Customer displ.
working...
Test OK
Cashier display
Self-test for the electronic circuits and the displays shows selected characters on the display.
Procedure for initiating the test of the display operator:
Sequence of steps
In the P-mode, press  or  and then press  TOTAL to enter
the menu for testing the cashier display (P-mode – Sys. parameter
– Tests):
Displej obsluhy
Tests
Cashier displ
Confirm by pressing  TOTAL. The display will gradually light up all
points on the cashier display.
After successful completion of the cashier display test, the display
reads.
Test OK
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Testing the keyboard
The keyboard test evaluates the successive pressing of keyboard keys. If the keys are pressed in the exact
order defined in Figure 7. 1 and the keyboard or its circuits are not damaged, the test will be completed
successfully.
Procedure for initiating the keyboard test:
Sequence of steps
Display
In the P-mode press  or  and then press  TOTAL to enter the
menu for testing the keyboard (P-mode – Sys. parameter – Tests):
Confirm by pressing  TOTAL and gradually press the keys in the
order shown in figure 7. 1. Begin with the  (MENU) key and end with
the  TOTAL key.
After successful completion of the test, the display reads:
Tests
Keyboard
Keyboard
working...
Test OK
Course of the test:
Gradually press the individual keyboard keys in the direction of the arrows in Figure 7. 1.
If a key is pressed in the incorrect order, a sound signal will announce the error until the correct key is pressed (the next according to the test).
You can end the keyboard test at any time by pressing
 TOTAL .
Figure 7.1 – The Euro-50T Mini keyboard
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Testing the printer
The printer‘s self-test will print out the entire set of characters in standard size with the related hexadecimal
code on both the receipt ribbon and the journal ribbon.
Procedure for initiating the printer‘s self-test:
Sequence of steps
Display
Tests
Printer
In the P-mode press  or  and press  TOTAL to enter the
menu for the printer test (P-mode – Sys. parameter – Tests):
Printer
working...
Confirm by pressing  TOTAL . The printer will print out the cash register‘s character set on the thermal ribbon.
Test OK
After successful completion of the test, the display reads:
Testing the position of thermal printer head
The display will show the current position of the printer head. Movement of the head‘s lifting mechanism
changes the depiction of the head position on the display according to the actual position of the head‘s
lifting mechanism.
Procedure for initiating the test:
Sequence of steps
Display
In the P-mode, press  or  and press  TOTAL to enter the
menu for testing the position of the thermal printer head (P-mode
– Sys. parameter – Tests):
Confirm by pressing
display will show:
 TOTAL . If the printer head is in place, the
If the printer head is lifted, the display will show:
Complete the test by pressing  TOTAL .
Tests
Head position
Head OK
Head raised
Test OK
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Paper ribbon sensor test
The display will show the current state of paper ribbons present in the sensors. Installing and removing
paper from the sensors changes the status depicted on the display, depending on the presence of the
paper in the sensor.
Procedure for starting the test:
Sequence of steps
Display
In the P mode, use the  or  buttons and press  TOTAL do
menu pre test to enter the menu for testing the paper ribbon sensor
(P-mode – Sys. parameter – Tests):
Tests
Paper ribbons
Confirm by pressing  TOTAL . If both thermal ribbons are correctly
inserted in the printer, this will appear on the display:
Paper OK
žurnal OK
If there is an error in one of the thermal papers, the display will show
Paper OK
Žurnal error
Complete the test by pressing
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 TOTAL .
Test OK
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