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ER-150

ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER

OPERATION MANUAL

All specifications are object to change without notice.

SAFETY NOTICE

The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment

and shall be easily accessible.

P/Z MODE SIGN ON CODE PROGRAMMING

The ER-150 has the added feature of an extra security function to limit access to certain phases of operation.

Through optional programming, you may require a four digit code before allowing access to the

Z

and

P

rogramming modes.

When the mode switch is changed to a protected mode, the buzzer sounds until the switch is returned to an unprotected mode. If no mode protection is required then you may disregard this section.

TO ESTABLISH OR CHANGE

THE SECRET CODE

1. Switch the mode lock to the

X

position, press No

Sale(

#/NS

), enter the four digit code,

• press the

RA

key for

Z

mode protection.

• press the

PO

key for

P

mode protection.

ESTABLISHES CODE FOR Z MODE

#/NS RA

FOUR DIGITS

ESTABLISHES CODE FOR P MODE

#/NS PO

FOUR DIGITS

NOTE : THE FOUR DIGIT CODE PROTECTION

CAN BE DISABLED BY ENTERING BEFORE

ZERO

S AS THE CODE NUMBER USING THE

SAME SEQUENCE AS ABOVE.

2. To enter the

Z

or

P

modes once protection is

established, place the mode switch in the

X

position and press the (

−−−−

) minus key, enter your

four digit code and press the

%

discount key.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INITIAL SET UP INSTRUCTIONS 1

UNPACK THE CASH REGISTER

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INSTALL AND REPLACE BATTERIES

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CLEAR RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY (RAM) AND

INITIALIZE CASH REGISTER

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LOAD PAPER

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HOW TO REPLACE THE INK ROLLER

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FEATURES 4

MODE SWITCH

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DISPLAY

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KEYBOARD

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KEY FUNCTIONS

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PROGRAMMING 7

TAX, DECIMAL POINT INFORMATION

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DEPARTMENT STATUS

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TAX RATE

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SETTING THE PERCENT (%) KEY

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SETTING THE MACHINE NUMBER

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RECEIPT PRINT / JOURNAL PRINT

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ROUNDING OPTION

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SYSTEM OPTIONS

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OPTION 1

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OPTION 2

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SETTING THE DATE 11

REGISTER MODE OPERATIONS 11

NO SALE OPERATIONS

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NON ADD NUMBER ENTRIES

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DEPARTMENT OPERATION

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MULTIPLE ITEM DEPARTMENT ENTRY

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SINGLE ITEM DEPARTMENT SALES

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MINUS (

) KEY OPERATION

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MULTIPLE MINUS OPERATION

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MINUS SINGLE OPERATION

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PERCENT DISCOUNT OPERATION

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PERCENT DISCOUNT ON ITEM

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PERCENT DISCOUNT ON ENTIRE SALE

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MERCHANDISE RETURN OPERATION

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VOID OPERATION

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LAST ITEM VOID / ERROR CORRECT

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PREVIOUS ITEM VOID

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TENDERING OPERATION

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CASH TENDER

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AMOUNT TENDERED ON CASH

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CHARGE TENDER

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SPLIT TENDER

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RECEIVED ON ACCOUNT (RA) OPERATION

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PAID OUT (PO) OPERATION

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MANAGEMENT REPORTS AND BALANCING 19

CASH IN DRAWER DECLARATION

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FINANCIAL DAILY REPORT

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P-T-D GRAND TOTAL REPORT

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SYSTEM BALANCING

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MAINTENANCE 21

SPECIFICATIONS 22

DIMENSIONS

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DRAWER

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MODE KEY

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KEYBOARD

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PRINTER

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DISPLAY

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POWER

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INITIAL SET UP INSTRUCTIONS

The following instructions describe how to unpack and start up the cash register.

UNPACK THE CASH REGISTER

1. Unpack and unwrap cash register.

2. Locate in the packing the following items.

* 1 roll of paper

* 1 rewind spindle (for journal tape)

* 2 batteries

* 1 battery cover

INSTALL AND REPLACE BATTERIES

1. Open printer cover and position batteries make sure

that the positive and negative poles are aligned

correctly.

2. Stick a sheet of battery cover.

NOTE : This register comes with 2

AAM

batteries

for providing memory back-up in a power

interruption. In order to assure continuous

battery back-up protection, it is important that

batteries be changed once a year.

1

CLEAR RANDOM ACCESS MEMORY (RAM) AND

INITIALIZE CASH REGISTER

1. Place mode switch in

P

position.

OFF R X Z P

2. Connect the AC plug into a power outlet

while pressing the

″″″″

C

″″″″

and

″″″″

00

″″″″

keys.

3. Then, RAM is cleared and cash register prints the

symbol

″........″

.

NOTE : This is a one time only procedure to be

performed after the battery is installed.

DO NOT CLEAR RAM ONCE THE CASH

REGISTER IS PROGRAMMED. TO DO SO

WOULD CAUSE ALL PROGRAMS AND

TOTALS TO BE LOST.

LOAD PAPER

1.Cut or tear the end of a single

paper tape evenly for proper

feeding through the print head.

2. Place paper roll in the paper

holder and insert the paper

end straight into the paper

inlet of the printer.

3. Depress the

FEED

key until the paper catches and

advances through the printer.

2

4. If the paper does not feed through the printer, make

sure the paper was entered properly, insert end of

paper tape.

FOR RECEIPT ONLY

...

5. Pass the paper through the

receipt window of the printer

cover. Replace over printer

compartment.

FOR JOURNAL ONLY

...

6. Route paper over top of paper

guide insert in the slot of the

take-up spool.

7. Press

FEED

key to wind

paper securely onto spindle.

8. Replace printer cover.

HOW TO REPLACE THE INK ROLLER

The ink roller is a one-time article. Re-inking roller can cause damage to the printer and void warranty. Do not re-ink.When

the print becomes faint, replace the ink roller as follows.

1. Remove the old roller by

lifting of it.

2. Fit the new ink roller

completely.

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FEATURES

MODE SWITCH

OFF

- Turns the cash register off. Any key can not be

accessed.

R

- To enter transaction.

X

- To read financial report and C-I-D declaration.

Z

- To read financial reports and reset totals to zero.

P

- To program.

DISPLAY

The display features fluorescent digits providing the

customer with information about operation of the cash register. During operations, the display will show the following symbols. All these symbols appear in position

1 of the display.

C

: Indicates the amount displayed is due in change.

=

: Indicates the amount displayed is the a total.

-

: Indicates the amount displayed is a negative.

E

: Indicates an error condition.

Press the

C

key to clear error condition.

S

: Indicates the amount displayed is a subtotal.

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KEYBOARD

FEED RA PO X/RF

OFF R X Z P

−−−−

%

7

4

8

5

9

6

TAX

DPT2

#/NS

CH

VD

C

1

0

2 3

00

DPT1 SUB

TOTAL

CASH

TEND

KEY FUNCTIONS

FEED

Used to advance printer paper.

0 - 9, 00

Used to enter the number.

DPT1

These keys classify the items sold and

DPT2

memorize the quantities and amounts in their

own memories.

X/RF

Used for multiplication entry. (X)

To allow for the return of merchandise by department. (RF)

PO

RA

To register any money paid out.

To register any money received on account.

5

−−−−

To register an amount minus or coupon.

%

To register a percent discount (-%) or

surcharge (+%) on an item or on a sale.

VD

To correct entries before a sale is finalized.

C

To clear incorrect entries made on the

numeric keys. Also to clear error conditions and silence the error tone.

TAX

To program the tax rate in P mode.

Also to enter the rate of tax in external straight tax method in R mode.

#/NS

To print the reference number or to open the cash drawer outside of a sale.

CH

SUB

TOTAL

To finalize the transaction in charge sales.

To obtain the subtotal of a sale.

CASH

TEND

To finalize cash sale and change calculation.

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PROGRAMMING

Read this entire section carefully to program the machine to the most preferable set-up according to your store system.

* MODE SWITCH POSITION : P *

TAX, DECIMAL POINT INFORMATION

N1 N2

X/RF

N1

N2

VALUE

0 = 2 decimal

1 = non decimal

2 = 1 decimal

3 = 3 decimal

0 = VAT

1 = add-on tax

2 = external straight tax

DEPARTMENT STATUS

N1

DPT1

or

DPT2

2

3

0

1

4

5

N1 In case VAT, add-on tax

Non single, non tax

Non single, tax1

Non single, tax2

Single, non tax

Single, tax1

Single, tax2

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In case external straight tax

Non single

Single

TAX RATE

N1 N2 N3 N4 N5 N6

TAX

VALUE COMMENTS

N1-N5

N6

0.000 - 99.999

0

1

2

Tax rate

External straight tax

Tax1 (VAT or add-on)

Tax2 (VAT or add-on)

SETTING THE PERCENT(%) KEY

N1 N2 N3 N4 N5 N6

%

N1-N5

N6

VALUE

0.000 - 99.999

0

1

COMMENTS

Percent rate

-%

+%

SETTING THE MACHINE NUMBER

N1 N2

#/NS

2 DIGITS

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RECEIPT PRINT / JOURNAL PRINT

N1 N2

SUB

TOTAL

N1

N2

VALUE

0

1

0

1

COMMENTS

Taxable, tax amount print

Taxable, tax amount not print

Receipt on

Receipt off

ROUNDING OPTION

N1

−−−−

N1

2

3

0

1

4

5

COMMENTS

Not European, round up / down

Not European, round up

Not European, round down

European, round up / down

European, round up

European, round down

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SYSTEM OPTIONS

OPTION 1

N1 N2 N3 N4 N5

RA

NO OPTION

N1 CASH

DECLARATION

N2 ZERO SKIP IN

REPORT

N3 Z REPORT

REPEAT

N4 RF / VD / GROSS

TOTAL PRINT IN

REPORT

N5 SUBTOTAL PRINT

OPTION 2

N1 N2 N3 N4

VALUE = 0

NOT

COMPULSORY

NOT SKIP

VALUE = 1

COMPULSORY

SKIP

NOT REPEAT

PRINT

PRINT

N5

PO

REPEAT

NOT PRINT

NOT PRINT

NO OPTION

N1 GRAND TOTAL TO

PRINT

N2 GRAND TOTAL RESET

AFTER Z REPORT

N3 Z COUNTER RESET

AFTER Z REPORT

N4 CONSECUTIVE

NUMBER AFTER

Z REPORT

N5 DATE PRINT

VALUE = 0

PRINT

NOT RESET

NOT RESET

NOT RESET

PRINT

VALUE = 1

NOT PRINT

RESET

RESET

RESET

NOT PRINT

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SETTING THE DATE

SET MODE SWITCH TO THE

X

POSITION.

The date must be programmed daily and will be printed on all transaction receipts and on the totalizer printouts.

To program the date, press the appropriate number

keys, then press the

CH

key. Any single digit must be preceded by a zero.

M M D D Y Y

CH

Ex) TO DATE TO BE PROGRAMMED IS OCTOBER 9,1997

1 0 0 9 9 7 CH 10-09-97

9 1 0 9 7 CH 09-10-97

9 7 1 0 0 9 CH 97-10-09

REGISTER MODE OPERATION EXAMPLES

MODE SWITCH SET TO

R

POSITION

This section provides examples of practice in the register mode. When an error occurs, the symbol

E

″ will appear on the display accompanied by an error tone. Clear this error condition by pressing the

C

key.

The Error prompt may indicate an incorrect key has been entered, or a compulsory function has been performed.

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SAMPLE RECEIPT

VAT version

10-09-97

1.00TX1

2.00NT2

3.00CA

1.00TX

Add - on tax version

10-09-97

1.00TX1

2.00NT2

1.00TX

0.05TX

0.04TX

2.00NT

0.11NT

001-77

2.00NT

0.12NT

3.00CA

001-77

Following example are based on VAT version.

NO SALE OPERATION

A no sales operation opens the cash drawer outside of a sale. The financial report records the no sale activity counter.

#/NS

••••••••

NS

002-77

NON ADD NUMBER ENTRIES

The

″″″″

#/NS

key can be used to enter up 7 digits.

The entry can be made prior to any operation in the register mode. This numeric entry will not add to any activity counts or totals.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 #/NS

12345.67 #

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DEPARTMENT OPERATION

MULTIPLE ITEM DEPARTMENT ENTRY

1 5 X/RF

15 X

2.00

2 0 0 DPT1 30.00TX1

31.00CA

31.00TX

1.47TX

CASH

TEND

SINGLE ITEM DEPARTMENT SALES

NOTE : Even if a department is programmed as single

item, the department is not processed as a

single sale in case of another department had

entered already.

1 0 X/RF

1 0 0 DPT2

10 X

1.00

10.00NT2

10.00CA

10.00NT

0.56NT

13

MINUS (

−−−−

) KEY OPERATION

MULTIPLE MINUS OPERATION

5 0 0 DPT1

5.00TX1

15 X

1

5

5 X/RF

0

−−−−

CASH

TEND

MINUS SINGLE OPERATION

2 0 0 -

-0.50 -

-7.50 -

-2.50CA

5.00TX

0.23TX

-2.00 -

-2.00CA

CASH

TEND

14

PERCENT OPERATION (%)

PERCENT DISCOUNT ON ITEM

5 0 0 DPT1

%

5.00TX1

3.000 %-

-0.15

4.85CA

CASH

TEND

5.00TX

0.23TX

PERCENT DISCOUNT ON ENTIRE SALE

1 0 0 DPT1

2 0 0 DPT2

SUB

TOTA

L

1.00TX1

2.00NT2

3.00ST

3.000 %-

-0.09

2.91CA

1.00TX

%

0.04TX

2.00NT

0.11NT

CASH

TEND

15

MERCHANDISE RETURN OPERATION

2 0 0 DPT1

2 0 0

X/RF

DPT1

2.00TX1

••••••••

RF

-2.00TX1

3.00NT2

3.00CA

3.00NT

0.16NT

3 0 0 DPT2

CASH

TEND

VOIDING ENTRIES (VD)

LAST ITEM VOID / ERROR CORRECT

1 0 0 DPT1

2 0 0 DPT2

VD

1.00TX1

2.00NT2

••••••••

VD

-2.00NT2

1.00CA

1.00TX

0.04TX

CASH

TEND

PREVIOUS ITEM VOID

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1 0 0 DPT1

2 0 0 DPT2

1 0 0 VD

DPT2

1.00TX1

2.00NT2

••••••••

VD

-1.00TX1

2.00CA

2.00NT

0.11NT

CASH

TEND

TENDERING OPERATION

CASH TENDER

1 0 0 DPT1

1.00TX1

1.00CA

1.00TX

0.04TX

AMOUNT TENDERED ON CASH

2 0 0 DPT1

3 0 0

CASH

TEND

CASH

TEND

2.00TX1

2.00 TA

3.00AT

1.00CG

2.00TX

0.09TX

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CHARGE TENDER

Amount tender operation is impossible on the charge

tender.

3 0 0 DPT1

CH

3.00TX1

3.00CH

3.00TX

0.14TX

SPLIT TENDER

The cash drawer should not open during split tender.

4 0 0 DPT1

2 0 0 CASH

TEND

CH

4.00TX1

4.00 TA

2.00AT

2.00 TA

2.00CH

4.00TX

0.19TX

RECEIVED ON ACCOUNT (RA) OPERATION

7 0 0 RA 7.00RA

PAID OUT (PO) OPERATION

5 0 0 PO 5.00PO

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MANAGEMENT REPORTS AND BALANCING

MODE

X

X

Z

X

Z

REPORT

CASH IN

DRAWER

DECLARATION

FINANCIAL DAILY

REPORT

P-T-D GRAND

TOTAL

KEY

AMOUNT -

SUBTOTAL

CASH

TEND

CH

COMMENTS

AMOUNT =

NUMERIC

READ

READ & RESET

READ

READ & RESET

CASH IN DRAWER DECLARATION

In the system option 1 programming, cash-in-drawer

declaration can be programmed compulsory. Cash-indrawer declaration is performed by adding the total of each type of media in the drawer, and pressing the

SUBTOTAL

key. Depression of the

SUBTOTAL

″ key with numeric will enter the information that the cash-in-drawer declaration performed, and reports in X position and Z position will be allowed.

In this case, the difference of input amount and cash in drawer is displayed.

After this declaration, you can not take any registering operation, if not reporting in X mode or Z mode.

10-09-97

70.00CA

70.26AT

-0.26

021-77

TOTAL ENTERED BY KEY-INPUT

TOTAL IN CASH DRAWER

DIFFERENCE

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FINANCIAL DAILY REPORT

10-09-97

001 Z

DATE

Z COUNTER, MODE SWITCH POSITION

024 @

53.00TX1

025 @

30.00 2

53.00TX

2.47TX

30.00NT

1.66NT

-0.24 %-

DEPARTMENT1 COUNTER

DEPARTMENT1 TOTAL

DEPARTMENT2 COUNTER

DEPARTMENT2 TOTAL

TAXABLE1 TOTAL

TAX1 TOTAL

TAXABLE2 TOTAL

TAX2 TOTAL

PERCENT TOTAL

-9.50 -

73.26 * 1

-2.00RF

-3.00VD

85.00 * 2

016 #

68.26CA

5.00CH

7.00RA

5.00PO

70.26AT

001 NS

•••••••••

85.00 * 3

064

−−−−

01

(-) TOTAL

NET SALES TOTAL

RETURN MERCHANDISE TOTAL

VOID TOTAL

GROSS SALES TOTAL

CUSTOMER COUNTER

CASH TOTAL

CHARGE TOTAL

RECEIVED ON ACCOUNT

PAID OUT

CASH IN DRAWER

NO SALE COUNTER

GRAND TOTAL

RECEIPT NUMBER, MACHINE NUMBER

P-T-D GRAND TOTAL REPORT

001 *Z

85.00 *4

P-T-D GRAND TOTAL

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SYSTEM BALANCING

NET SALES TOTAL = DEPARTMENT TOTALS

(add positive, subtract negative)

+ TAX TOTAL (add-on,

external straight tax version

only)

+ % TOTAL

+ (

) TOTAL

GROSS SALES TOTAL = NET SALES TOTAL

MERCHANDISE RETURN

(

) TOTAL

% TOTAL

ENDING GRAND TOTAL = GROSS SALES TOTAL

+ PREVIOUS GRAND

TOTAL

MAINTENANCE

1. Avoid excess dust and extreme temperatures.

2. Be certain that AC cord is inserted firmly in the outlet,

and that cord poses no danger of accidental tripping.

3. Use no chemicals or abrasives while cleaning cabinet

or keyboard.

4. Do not pull or hold paper while the register is printing.

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SPECIFICATION

DIMENSIONS

REG. SIZE

NET WEIGHT

DRAWER

SIZE

WEIGHT

MODE KEY

LOCK SWITCH

POSITIONS

RECEIPT ON / OFF

325 mmW

×

420 mmL

×

225 mmH

5.0 kg

325 mmW

×

420 mmL

×

95 mmH

SLIDE SWITCH

5 (OFF, R, X, Z, P)

NONE (BY PROGRAM)

KEYBOARD

TYPE

NUMBER OF KEYS

KEYSTROKE BUFFER

RUBBER CONTACT TYPE

26

8

PRINTER

MODEL #

STATIONS

PAPER

COPY

PRINT SPEED

M

42V

1

SINGLE PLY(57.5 mm OR 40 mm)

NONE

2.2 LINE / SECOND

DISPLAY

CAPACITY

SYMBOLS

POWER

INPUT

CONSUMPTION

MEMORY BACK-UP

BATTERY

9 DIGITS

5 (E, C, -, =, S)

AC LOCAL VOLTAGE

±

10%, 50 / 60 Hz

STANDBY : 2W, MAX : 8W

1 YEAR

AAM 1.5 Volt

×

2, EQUIVALENT

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