SPS1000_KIS_Programming_Manual

SPS1000_KIS_Programming_Manual
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1
Data base structure. ............................................................................................................. 10
2
Initialising terminal................................................................................................................ 11
Customising applications. ............................................................................................................. 12
3
Files ...................................................................................................................................... 12
4
Change descriptors .............................................................................................................. 12
5
PLU file................................................................................................................................. 13
5.1 Descriptor......................................................................................................................... 13
5.2 Sales prices. .................................................................................................................... 13
5.3 Department link................................................................................................................ 13
5.4 Condiment table............................................................................................................... 13
5.5 PLU-link. .......................................................................................................................... 13
5.6 PLU-link qty...................................................................................................................... 13
5.7 PLU-tare qty. .................................................................................................................... 13
5.8 PLU Options..................................................................................................................... 14
5.9 PLU print/display. ............................................................................................................. 14
5.10
Remote printer............................................................................................................. 15
5.11
Tax............................................................................................................................... 15
5.12
Happy hour selection. .................................................................................................. 15
5.13
Inventory adjustments. ................................................................................................ 15
5.14
PLU-price change........................................................................................................ 15
5.15
Look-up window & department key. ............................................................................ 16
6
Department-file..................................................................................................................... 17
6.1 Amount limit. .................................................................................................................... 17
6.2 Group assignment. .......................................................................................................... 17
6.3 Rate. ................................................................................................................................ 17
6.4 Department report structure............................................................................................. 17
7
Groups.................................................................................................................................. 18
7.1 Descriptor......................................................................................................................... 18
7.2 Rate. ................................................................................................................................ 18
7.3 Options............................................................................................................................. 18
7.4 Report structure. .............................................................................................................. 18
8
Modifiers............................................................................................................................... 19
8.1 Modifier group. ................................................................................................................. 19
8.2 Options............................................................................................................................. 19
Clerks............................................................................................................................................ 20
8.3 Descriptor......................................................................................................................... 20
8.4 Job code. ......................................................................................................................... 20
8.5 Pay rate............................................................................................................................ 20
8.6 Overtime factor. ............................................................................................................... 20
8.7 Over time start. ................................................................................................................ 20
8.8 Options............................................................................................................................. 20
8.9 Time keeping. .................................................................................................................. 21
8.10
Secret clerk.................................................................................................................. 21
8.11
Report structure........................................................................................................... 21
9
Tax. ...................................................................................................................................... 22
9.1 Descriptor......................................................................................................................... 22
9.2 Tax rate............................................................................................................................ 22
9.3 Tax options. ..................................................................................................................... 22
9.4 Tax exempt. ..................................................................................................................... 22
9.5 Table tax. ......................................................................................................................... 23
9.6 Report structure. .............................................................................................................. 24
10 Time & date. ......................................................................................................................... 25
11 Foreign currency. ................................................................................................................. 26
11.1
Descriptor. ................................................................................................................... 26
11.2
Buying rate................................................................................................................... 26
11.3
Selling rate................................................................................................................... 26
11.4
Options. ....................................................................................................................... 26
11.5
In drawer totalizers. ..................................................................................................... 26
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11.6
Prefix. ........................................................................................................................... 26
11.7
Drawer.......................................................................................................................... 26
11.8
Report structure. ..........................................................................................................26
12 Receipt trailer........................................................................................................................ 27
13 Receipt header...................................................................................................................... 27
14 Slip header............................................................................................................................ 27
15 Slip trailer. ............................................................................................................................. 27
16 Scroll message on customer display. ................................................................................... 27
17 Special print & display instructions........................................................................................ 27
18 PB# text string....................................................................................................................... 28
18.1
Descriptor..................................................................................................................... 28
19 Keyboard............................................................................................................................... 29
20 Sales person. ........................................................................................................................ 30
20.1
Options......................................................................................................................... 30
20.2
Report structure. ..........................................................................................................30
21 Time bands. .......................................................................................................................... 31
21.1
Price shift selection. .....................................................................................................31
21.2
Report structure. ..........................................................................................................31
22 Discount. ............................................................................................................................... 32
22.1
Descriptor..................................................................................................................... 32
22.2
FIXED........................................................................................................................... 32
22.3
Maximum discount. ...................................................................................................... 32
22.4
Discount options...........................................................................................................32
22.5
Print/display.................................................................................................................. 33
22.6
Tax. .............................................................................................................................. 33
22.7
Report structure. ..........................................................................................................33
23 Condiment table/list. ............................................................................................................. 34
23.1
Options......................................................................................................................... 34
23.2
Condiment table link..................................................................................................... 34
24 System text. .......................................................................................................................... 35
25 Tendering.............................................................................................................................. 36
25.1
Descriptor..................................................................................................................... 36
25.2
Preset tender................................................................................................................ 36
25.3
Max. tendered amount. ................................................................................................ 36
25.4
Options......................................................................................................................... 36
25.5
Print/display.................................................................................................................. 36
25.6
In drawer totalizers. ......................................................................................................36
25.7
Report structure. ..........................................................................................................37
26 PO & RA functions. ............................................................................................................... 38
26.1
PO & RA descriptor...................................................................................................... 38
26.2
Options......................................................................................................................... 38
26.3
Print/display.................................................................................................................. 38
26.4
In drawer totalizers. ......................................................................................................38
26.5
Report structure. ..........................................................................................................38
27 Corrections............................................................................................................................ 39
27.1
Descriptor..................................................................................................................... 39
27.2
Options......................................................................................................................... 39
27.3
Print/display.................................................................................................................. 39
27.4
Report structure. ..........................................................................................................40
28 In drawer totalizers................................................................................................................ 41
28.1
Descriptor..................................................................................................................... 41
28.2
Options......................................................................................................................... 41
28.3
Report structure. ..........................................................................................................41
29 PB-functions.......................................................................................................................... 42
29.1
Descriptor..................................................................................................................... 42
29.2
Options......................................................................................................................... 42
29.3
Print/display.................................................................................................................. 43
29.4
Report structure. ..........................................................................................................43
30 Reports. ................................................................................................................................ 44
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30.1
Descriptor. ................................................................................................................... 44
30.2
Report options. ............................................................................................................ 44
30.3
Print/display. ................................................................................................................ 44
30.4
Type............................................................................................................................. 45
30.5
Report link. .................................................................................................................. 45
30.6
Range report................................................................................................................ 45
31 Electronic journal.................................................................................................................. 45
31.1
Print & View electronic journal. .................................................................................... 45
31.2
Reset electronic journal. .............................................................................................. 45
32 Handheld terminal. ............................................................................................................... 47
32.1
Keyboard. .................................................................................................................... 47
32.2
Dallas touch key. ......................................................................................................... 47
32.2.1 Dallas touch lock only on the terminal not on the handheld ....................................... 47
32.2.2 Dallas touch lock the terminal and on the handheld. ................................................. 47
32.3
Request table balance by the handheld. ..................................................................... 48
32.4
Application program restrictions. ................................................................................. 48
32.5
Application setting of the Sensei. ................................................................................ 48
32.5.1 PB-functions............................................................................................................... 48
32.5.2 Tendering functions.................................................................................................... 48
32.5.3 Correction functions. .................................................................................................. 48
32.5.4 Price levels. ................................................................................................................ 48
32.6
Power safe function. .................................................................................................... 48
32.7
File down loading......................................................................................................... 49
32.8
Clerk number. .............................................................................................................. 49
32.9
Touch memory on the handheld.................................................................................. 49
32.10 Transactions. ............................................................................................................... 49
32.10.1
Override preset price. ............................................................................................ 49
32.10.2
PLU-look up. .......................................................................................................... 49
32.10.3
Modifiers. ............................................................................................................... 50
32.10.4
Split PB. ................................................................................................................. 50
32.11 Setup ........................................................................................................................... 50
33 Modem connection. .............................................................................................................. 52
34 Lan. ...................................................................................................................................... 53
34.1
HUB. ............................................................................................................................ 53
34.2
Cables & connectors. .................................................................................................. 53
34.3
Programming the LAN. ................................................................................................ 53
34.4
Down loading files to an Individual register. ................................................................ 53
34.5
Down loading files to fixed number of registers........................................................... 54
34.6
Individual network report. ............................................................................................ 55
34.7
Consolidate network report.......................................................................................... 55
Note: Printing reports on a shared journal printer..................................................................... 55
34.8
PB sharing. .................................................................................................................. 55
34.9
Clerk interrupt. ............................................................................................................. 55
34.10 Printer sharing. ............................................................................................................ 55
34.11 Alternative remote printer selection. ............................................................................ 55
34.12 Network errors. ............................................................................................................ 57
35 System parameters. ............................................................................................................. 58
Parameter 1 .................................................................................................................................. 58
Parameter 2 .................................................................................................................................. 58
Parameter 3 ................................................................................................................................. 58
Parameter 4 ................................................................................................................................. 58
Parameter 5 ................................................................................................................................. 59
Parameter 6 ................................................................................................................................. 59
Parameter 7 ................................................................................................................................. 59
Parameter 8 ................................................................................................................................. 59
Parameter 9 ................................................................................................................................. 60
Parameter 10 ................................................................................................................................ 60
Parameter 11 ................................................................................................................................ 60
Parameter 12 ................................................................................................................................ 60
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Parameter 13................................................................................................................................. 60
Parameter 14................................................................................................................................. 61
Parameter 15................................................................................................................................. 61
Parameter 16................................................................................................................................. 61
Parameter 17................................................................................................................................. 61
Parameter 18................................................................................................................................. 61
Parameter 19................................................................................................................................. 61
Parameter 20................................................................................................................................. 62
Parameter 21................................................................................................................................. 62
Parameter 22................................................................................................................................. 62
Parameter 23................................................................................................................................. 62
Parameter 24................................................................................................................................. 63
Parameter 25................................................................................................................................. 63
Parameter 26................................................................................................................................. 63
Parameter 27................................................................................................................................. 63
Parameter 28................................................................................................................................. 64
Parameter 29................................................................................................................................. 64
Parameter 30................................................................................................................................. 64
Parameter 31................................................................................................................................. 64
Parameter 32................................................................................................................................. 64
Parameter 33................................................................................................................................. 64
Parameter 34................................................................................................................................. 64
Parameter 35................................................................................................................................. 65
Parameter 36................................................................................................................................. 65
Parameter 37................................................................................................................................. 65
Parameter 38................................................................................................................................. 65
Parameter 39................................................................................................................................. 65
Parameter 40................................................................................................................................. 66
Parameter 41................................................................................................................................. 66
Parameter 42................................................................................................................................. 66
Parameter 43................................................................................................................................. 66
Parameter 44................................................................................................................................. 66
Parameter 45................................................................................................................................. 67
Parameter 46................................................................................................................................. 67
Parameter 47................................................................................................................................. 67
Parameter 48................................................................................................................................. 67
Parameter 49................................................................................................................................. 68
Parameter 50................................................................................................................................. 68
Parameter 51................................................................................................................................. 68
Parameter 52................................................................................................................................. 68
Parameter 53................................................................................................................................. 68
Parameter 54................................................................................................................................. 69
Parameter 55................................................................................................................................. 69
Parameter 56................................................................................................................................. 69
Parameter 57................................................................................................................................. 69
Parameter 58................................................................................................................................. 69
Parameter 59................................................................................................................................. 70
Parameter 60................................................................................................................................. 70
Parameter 61................................................................................................................................. 70
Parameter 62................................................................................................................................. 70
Parameter 63................................................................................................................................. 70
Parameter 64................................................................................................................................. 70
Parameter 65................................................................................................................................. 71
Parameter 66................................................................................................................................. 71
Parameter 67................................................................................................................................. 71
Parameter 68................................................................................................................................. 71
Parameter 69................................................................................................................................. 71
Parameter 70................................................................................................................................. 71
Parameter 71................................................................................................................................. 71
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Parameter 72 ................................................................................................................................ 71
Parameter 73 ................................................................................................................................ 71
Parameter 74 ................................................................................................................................ 71
Parameter 75 ................................................................................................................................ 71
Parameter 76 ................................................................................................................................ 71
Parameter 77 ................................................................................................................................ 72
Parameter 78 ................................................................................................................................ 72
Parameter 79 ................................................................................................................................ 72
Parameter 80 ................................................................................................................................ 72
Parameter 81 ................................................................................................................................ 72
Parameter 82 ................................................................................................................................ 72
Parameter 83 ................................................................................................................................ 72
Parameter 84 ................................................................................................................................ 72
Parameter 85 ................................................................................................................................ 72
Parameter 86 ................................................................................................................................ 72
Parameter 87 ................................................................................................................................ 73
Parameter 88 ................................................................................................................................ 73
Parameter 89 ................................................................................................................................ 73
Parameter 90 ................................................................................................................................ 73
Parameter 91 ................................................................................................................................ 73
Parameter 92 ................................................................................................................................ 73
Parameter 93 ................................................................................................................................ 73
Parameter 94 ................................................................................................................................ 73
Parameter 95 ................................................................................................................................ 73
Parameter 96 ................................................................................................................................ 73
Parameter 97 ................................................................................................................................ 74
Parameter 98 ................................................................................................................................ 74
Parameter 99 ................................................................................................................................ 74
Parameter 100 .............................................................................................................................. 74
Parameter 101 .............................................................................................................................. 74
Parameter 102 .............................................................................................................................. 74
Parameter 103 .............................................................................................................................. 74
Parameter 104 .............................................................................................................................. 74
Parameter 105 .............................................................................................................................. 74
Parameter 106 .............................................................................................................................. 74
Parameter 107 .............................................................................................................................. 75
Parameter 108 .............................................................................................................................. 75
Parameter 109 .............................................................................................................................. 75
Parameter 110 .............................................................................................................................. 75
31 Type of remote printers. ....................................................................................................... 76
32 Rounding. ............................................................................................................................. 76
32.1
Swiss rounding. ........................................................................................................... 76
32.2
French rounding. ......................................................................................................... 76
32.3
Danish rounding. ......................................................................................................... 76
32.4
Norwegian rounding..................................................................................................... 76
32.5
Dutch rounding. ........................................................................................................... 76
32.6
Always round-up. ......................................................................................................... 76
33 Input masking. ...................................................................................................................... 76
34 Keyboard functions............................................................................................................... 76
34.1
Digits............................................................................................................................ 77
34.2
Modifier group list ........................................................................................................ 77
34.3
Condiment group list.................................................................................................... 77
34.4
Decimal point key. ....................................................................................................... 77
34.5
Correction functions..................................................................................................... 77
34.6
Foreign currency function. ........................................................................................... 77
34.7
Discount function. ........................................................................................................ 77
34.8
Read in Drawer totalizer. ............................................................................................. 77
34.9
No sale key. ................................................................................................................. 77
34.10 PB-number key............................................................................................................ 77
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34.11 PO & RA number key................................................................................................... 77
34.12 Tendering number key. ................................................................................................ 77
34.13 Modifier number key..................................................................................................... 77
34.14 Plu price shift level 1. ................................................................................................... 77
34.15 Plu price shift level 2. ................................................................................................... 77
34.16 Plu price shift level 3. ................................................................................................... 78
34.17 Plu price shift level 4. ................................................................................................... 78
34.18 Condiment level 1. ....................................................................................................... 78
34.19 Condiment level 2. ....................................................................................................... 78
34.20 PLU article shift level 1.................................................................................................78
34.21 PLU article shift level 2.................................................................................................78
34.22 PLU article shift level 3.................................................................................................78
34.23 PLU article shift level 4.................................................................................................78
34.24 List key. ........................................................................................................................ 78
34.25 Number print. ............................................................................................................... 78
34.26 Permanent tax shift. ..................................................................................................... 78
34.27 Temporary tax shift. ..................................................................................................... 78
34.28 Clerk number key. ........................................................................................................ 78
34.29 PLU preset key............................................................................................................. 79
34.30 Clear key. ..................................................................................................................... 79
34.31 RPF. ............................................................................................................................. 79
34.32 JPF............................................................................................................................... 79
34.33 Receipt On/Off. ............................................................................................................ 79
34.34 Multiply. ........................................................................................................................ 79
34.35 Subtotal. ....................................................................................................................... 79
34.36 Number entry. .............................................................................................................. 79
34.37 Per forma Invoice. ........................................................................................................79
34.38 New Price..................................................................................................................... 79
34.39 Issue Receipt. .............................................................................................................. 79
34.40 Check validation type 1. ............................................................................................... 79
34.41 Check validation type 2. ............................................................................................... 80
34.42 Suspend/Recall. ...........................................................................................................80
34.43 New folio. ..................................................................................................................... 80
34.44 PLU-enquiry. ................................................................................................................ 80
34.45 Price level#................................................................................................................... 80
34.46 Article level#. ................................................................................................................ 80
35 Peripherals............................................................................................................................ 81
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Revision-list
Date
Paragraph
06/06/1999
09/06/1999 1 Data base structure
09/06/1999
6.5 Plu-link
6.6 Plu –link quantity
19 Keyboard
09/06/1999
09/06/1999
2 Initialising terminal
4 Files
09/06/1999
02/08/1999
34 Peripherals
6.7 Plu options.
34 Shift levels
32 System parameters
Screen lay-outs
22 time band
23 discount
24 condiment
05/08/1999
14/01/2000
28/01/2000
20/04/2000
All
11 Foreign currency
34 Peripherals
6 Plu options
31 LAN
34 Peripherals
32 System parameters
11/05/2000
1/09/2000
15/09/2000
5.12Inventory adjustment
5.13 Plu price change
31 Handheld terminal
32.11 Re-routing remote
printers.
21 Happy hour selection
Print options in all
functions
Remark
Release version 0.0
Increased number of records for foreign currency to 32
Increased number of records for PB# from 1.000 to 5.000
Procedure written was incorrect.
Paragraph changed.
This paragraph has been added, all paragraph numbers from
this point are changed.
Changed position of lock to S-position
System programming mode is the S-position, instead of PGMposition combined with a clerk key.
Paragraph added discussing the ones supported.
Discount itemizer 1 and 2 selection added
To print a descriptor for active article and price shifts.
Parameter 2 to activate article and price shift descriptor print
Options, print and display flags
Time bands reduced from 60 to 48
Number of options increased from 8 to 16
Screen lay-out added to manual.
Release version 0.2
Features under development are in red, version 0.3
Select to open a different drawer then the default one for the
active clerk through the foreign currency function
Cable lay-outs for scanner, PC and printers
Connection Epelsa scale
Explanation implemented LAN. This paragraph has been
added, all paragraph numbers from this point are changed
Printer cable for ports 1 & 2
78 Number of terminals on the LAN
16 Terminal number on the LAN
Procedure how to modify inventory counters
Procedure how to change the sales price of items
Interface to a RF ordering terminal. Contact K.I.S. for
samples.
Procedure for re-routing
Price level can be set for each time band individually.
To safe paper it is possible not to print the logo on the receipt,
for KP-dockets printed via the receipt printer, but is printed
5.8 Plu options high
when the guest check is printed via the receipt printer.
Condiment plu’s print in red (impact), or in inverse (thermal).
5.8 Plu options low
If qty is 1 the qty is not printed if condiment price is 0,00 price
32 System parameters
is not printed.
Menu PLU (option 5)
SystemFlag 83 ½ for quantity for price and article shift
32 System parameters
Parameter 26 use the modifier text string to recall plu’s with
random number as a preset.
34.29 Preset PLU
Explanation how to program preset plu’s with random
numbers.
5.15
Look-up
and Explanation how to program a department key on the
department key
keyboard.
32 System parameters
If parameter 106 has a value of 8 (Option 4) the system will
automatically use modifier 1 in combination with either a
permanent or temporary tax shift for items registered.
5.11 Tax itemisers
Explanation of the tax shift and the modifier option in
combination with a tax shift.
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34.25 & 34.26 tax shift
keys
Machine number
Enter 42 on the machine test function (system keyboard) to
display the hardware number of the terminal. This number is
required for the gITs authorisation code.
33
Modem programming
SystemParameter 108 modem programming
35 Pheripherals
Printer cable lay-out for ports 1 & 2
21 Time bands
Price shift level.
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1
Data base structure.
The operating system offers the following functionality and files:
Groups
Number of Records
16
Euro, 31 additional
16
32
8
32,
EFT
preset
tender
Max 99
Departments
Max 999
Plu’s
Max 4 price levels
Inventory, item sold
first and last time.
Previous Balance
Time calculation
Food & beverage &
miscellaneous
itemizers, covers
3 lines text 24 char
Tax
Clerk's time keeping
per each clerk
Sales persons
Condiments Positive,
negative, price
Time zone's
Modifiers
Max 30.000
Correction functions
Foreign currency
Discount or Mark up
In Drawer counters
P.O. & R.A.
Tendering functions
Counters
Amount, Qty
Amount
Amount, CC
Amount
Amount
Amount, CC
Periods
0–4
0–4
0–4
0–4
0–4
0–4
Caption size
16
16
16
16
16
16
Gross, discount,
net Qty, CC
Gross, discount,
net Qty, CC
Gross, discount,
net Qty, CC,
inventory Qty
Inventory Amt
0–4
24
0–4
24
0–4
24
Max 5.000
0–4
16
16
Max 999
0–4
0–4
16
16
Max 255
Max 999
0–4
24
24
48
Max 999
0–4
0
0
24
4
Note: the fields can be changed using the Constructor.
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2
Initialising terminal.
With the control lock in the S-position turn the machine on, while pressing the most right key, bottom
row on the keyboard. The display will show Program Init. A default application is generated, with the
following programming keyboard:
Test
Dump
Q
A
Z
W
S
X
Caps
BS
E
D
C
R
F
V
SP
T
G
B
SP
Y
H
N
SP
U
J
M
SP
I
K
,
O
L
P
↑↑
Number
7
4
1
0
Opt
↑
↓
Type
8
5
2
00
CR
↓↓
Clr
9
6
3
.
Rpt
Test:
this key starts the various hardware tests
Dump:
this key dumps the file details on the printer connected to the terminal
Opt:
this key toggles the status of various options.
Cr:
this key functions like the enter key on a computer keyboard.
↓↓
this key functions as a page down key.
↓
this key functions as a line down key.
↑
this key functions as a line up key.
↑↑
this key functions as a page up key.
Rpt:
this key is the report trigger key.
Type:
selects the various files
Number:
the number key to select a certain record number in the file.
Caps:
caps lock.
BS:
back space key.
SP:
space bar
A page is defined as 12 lines.
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Customising applications.
The parameters for the application can be changed through the keyboard or through a computer.
Changing is done in the PGM or the S-position of the lock, which then activates the System
keyboard
3
Files
Files can also be edited in the PGM or S-position of the control lock. The screen shown is the one
defined as the user mode which is active in the PGM position. To access system programming mode
turn to the S-position. The S-position is not indicated on the lock, it requires a special key (C) and is
one position below the PGM-position.
User programming mode, PGM position
System programming mode, S-position
1]
2]
3]
4]
5]
6]
7]
8]
9]
10]
11]
12]
1]
2]
3]
4]
5]
6]
7]
8]
9]
10]
11]
12]
PLU
Department
Group
Modifier
Clerk
Tax
Time & date
Foreign currency
Receipt trailer
Receipt header
Slip header
PB# text strings
13]
14]
15]
16]
17]
Keyboard
Salesperson
Time zones
Discount
Condiment
PLU
Department
Group
Modifier
Clerks
Tax table
Time & date
Foreign currency
Receipt trailer
Receipt header
Slip header
PB# text string
13]
14]
15]
16]
17]
18]
19]
20]
21]
22]
23]
24]
Keyboard
Salesperson
Time zones
Discount
Condiment
System text
Error message
Day text
Month text
Tendering
PO & RA
Corrections
↓
The ↓ character indicates there are more lines
than can be shown on the screen. Press the
Page down key to display the remaining options
System programming mode screen 2
25]
26]
27]
28]
29]
Drawer text
PB# functions
Report
System flag
Hardware test
4
Change descriptors
The system offers a programmable alpha keyboard to simplify descriptor programming. Standard
character set includes German and Scandinavian characters. Also Caps Lock, Caps shift and back
space. The keys become active when the cursor is on the descriptor.
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PLU file.
Enter 1 on the Type-key to select the file. The display will show the first record. If this is not the PLUnumber to be changed, enter the PLU-number and press the #-key (for example 123 for PLU-number
123).
User mode
PLU-programming
YYYYYYYYYYYY
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Sales price
999999
999999
999999
999999
COST
999999
Department
XXXX Condiment
0
Plu link#
XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Link qty
XXXX.XXX Tare Qty
0.000
Options low
*1 2 3 4*5 6 7 8
Options high
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Print & Display
J R H S*C O U V
Remote printer
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Tax
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Programming
mode
Note: Only the active number of price levels are shown, cost price and Tare Qty only if active. These
parameters are set in the set up section for Plu’s in the constructor.
5.1
Descriptor.
5.2
Sales prices.
Enter the sales price for level 1, 2, 3 and 4. Press CR-key to accept. Only the active number of price
shifts are shown. If only 1 price shift is active then only 1 price is shown. The number of price shifts
is programmed using the constructor.
5.3
Department link
The display will show the department number this PLU is linked to If this is not correct enter the
department number and press the CR-key.
5.4
Condiment table.
Position the cursor on Condiment table# and enter the condiment table number (0 – 99) this item
is linked to. A condiment table is a programmed list of choices that are displayed after an item is
registered. A chain of condiments, are several tables that will be sequentially displayed after an item
is entered.
5.5
PLU-link.
Position the cursor on Plu link# and enter the plu# the operating system must recall with the item.
Press CR-key to accept. If the link is already correct press the CR-key without entry. 0 means no link.
5.6
PLU-link qty.
Position the cursor on Link qty, enter the quantity activated with this PLU, and press CR-key. If this
PLU is a linked from another PLU the field is considered as the quantity.
Important: It is possible to create an endless loop, by linking a PLU# to the start of the link. The
software does not check if such a loop is created. A link PLU can have a random number.
5.7
PLU-tare qty.
If the PLU is set as a scalable item the tare weight is stored. Tare weight can be stored automatically
through a procedure (see below) During transactions the weight stored in this field is deducted from
the weight received from the scale and then multiplied with the sales price. For the moment only an
Epelsa scale ( model BC-050, checkout system 2000) is supported. The scale can only be connected
to port 2 of the Sensei. For cable lay-out refer to the scale documentation.
To set the tare weight through a scale connected to the Sensei.
Control key to VOID position. Enter 6 on SubTotal key. Put the item on the scale. Select the item for
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which the tare weight must be set by either register it as a PLU# or press the preset item key. Now
the weight from the scale is set as the tare weight for this item. Continue until all items are set, then
press the subttl key to end the procedure.Text "Tare Weight" is programmable in Program Captions
5.8
PLU Options.
There are 16 options divided over 2 lines, options high and options low.
Options low:
Option 1 : If on the PLU is negative;
Option 2 : If on the PLU is a condiment. A condiment PLU will change the main item price either by
adding or subtracting The amount is stored in price level 1 or 2. If the amount is stored
in price level 1 the amount is subtracted from the main PLU, if the amount is stored in
price level 2 the amount is added to the main PLU-price. To select the price level in a
condiment PLU, 2 separate shift functions can be programmed on the keyboard.
Condiment plu’s are printed in red on an impact printer, and in inverse on a thermal
printer. If the quantity is 1 the quantity is not printed, when the price is 0,00 the price is
also not printed on the kitchen printer.
Option 3 : If on print single tickets
Option 4 : If on print double tickets (set also option 3 to on) On the second ticket Special Caption
50 is printed.
Option 5 : PLU is menu plu. A menu plu indicates that the quantity entered for this plu is the quantity
counter for the linked condiments table. For example 5 Big Mac Menu (Menu Plu) then
we can choose from the linked condiment table either Coca Cola or Sprite then the
quantity of Coca Cola + quantity of Sprite must be equal to 5. This is controlled by the
software It is not possible to enter less or more than 5. So if somebody don't want drink
it must be one condiment in the table with name No Drink. A special shift key, (a fixed
function called NO). This will select price level 2 for the condiment plu and as a negative
amount. This can be used for menu's when the customer doesn't want a certain item.
The price can be different. You can program the key NO through the keyboard section
of the Constructor.
Option 6 : Single item sales, as the first registration, transaction will be finalised by selecting record
1 in the tendering file;
Option 7 : If on, condiments are not printed on the guest check;
Option 8 : If on the condiment price is printed on the guest check.
Option 1 :
Option 2 :
Option 3 :
Option 4 :
Option 5 :
Option 6 :
Option 7 :
Option 8 :
Options high.
Scale compulsion;
Future use;
Print on the PLU-report the time item sold for the first and last time;
Future use;
Each article shift will use the descriptor for level 0 only;
Add to discount itemizer 1;
Add to discount itemizer 2;
Open PLU;
Position the cursor on the option and press the OPT-key. If the option is not active it is activated,
if active it is de-activated. The option key toggles the status of each option.
Note: An * left from the character indicates that this option is active
Note: Red printed option are not active.
5.9
PLU print/display.
Position the cursor on PRINT & DISPLAY. The field indicates where and how to print and display.
Each flag is activated or deactivated using the OPT-key.
Print & Display Flag J Print on Journal;
Print & Display Flag R Print on Receipt;
Print & Display Flag H Print Double Height only on R/J;
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Print & Display Flag C
Print & Display Flag O:
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Print on Slip;
Slip Compulsory;
Display on operator display
Display on customer display
Skip logo print.
Note: An * left from the character indicates that this option is active.
5.10 Remote printer.
On the line REMOTE PRINTER each printer is activated or deactivated using the OPT-key.
Note: An * next to the character indicates that this option is active
5.11 Tax.
Position the cursor on TAX to set the tax group assignment. Use the OPT-key to activate or
deactivate that tax group. During a transaction the tax selection can be changed using a tax shift
key. There are 2 types of tax shift keys, a temporary one and a permanent one. The temporary one
is only active for one item with-in a transaction. A permanent tax shift remains active for the
complete transaction. A tax shift changes tax 1 assignment into tax 2 and tax 2 to tax 3. It doesn’t
influence the other tax itemisers (4 through 8). System parameter 106 (option 4, value 8) will
automatically activate modifier 1 if a tax shift (either permanent or temporary is used). Use this
modifier 1 print on the remote printer, EAT-OUT to indicate to the kitchen the item or items in case
of a permanent tax shift need to be packed for the customer.
5.12 Happy hour selection.
Is set in time bands, the price level set for the time band will select the different price level for the
item.
This concludes programming of the PLU-details, you may continue with the next PLU. The register
will show the next sequential PLU. You may select a different one by entering the number and the
#-key.PLU report structure.
Amount print format for gross sales and
discount is as set in system parameter 1, refer
PLU
to page: 58. During reporting the net sales is
Gross sales Amount
9999999999
calculated as gross sales -/- discount. A
Customer count
9999
maximum of 4 period to date reports is
Quantity count
999999,999
supported. The Constructor (from version
Discount
Amount
9999999999
1.2.11) can be used to modify the record
Inventory
Quantity
999999,999
structure.
5.13 Inventory adjustments.
If the application supports inventory per PLU, you may add or subtract from the PLU-Inventory
counters. Turn the lock to the VOID-position to add to the inventory enter 1 on the SUBTTL-key, or
2 to subtract. Then enter the quantity followed by the multiply-key followed by the PLU-number to be
adjusted and hit the PLU#-key. If the application has been set to keep track of inventory as well at
an amount the procedure is the same, but then the procedure is as follows. Enter the quantity
followed by the multiply-key followed by the amount followed by the multiply-key and then the PLUnumber to be adjusted and hit the PLU#-key. The actual inventory is displayed.
To finalise the procedure press the SUBTTL-key again. The inventory amount tracking can be
against cost, this option is activated in the Constructor.
5.14 PLU-price change.
You may change the sales price per PLU as discussed by following the following procedure:
* Lock to VOID-position
* Enter 3 on the Subtotal-key
Display shows PLU PRICE CHANGE, register prints message#48 (Price Change) on
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the receipt.
Enter the new price, followed by the Multiply-key followed by the PLU# or PLU-preset
key
Press Subtotal-key when all prices have been changed.
5.15 Look-up window & department key.
To facilitate the operator to look-up items from the file, program on the keyboard a key with a plu set
as an open plu. Press this key without entry and all items linked to the same department as this plu
will be displayed. This key also functions as an open department key, an entry on the key set as an
open plu will be processed as an entry on the key.
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Department-file.
Enter 2 on the Type-key to select the file. The display will show he first record. If this is not the
record-number to be changed, enter the number and press the #-key
Department programming
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Amount limit
Group link
Rate
YYYY
XX
XXX
XXXX
User & programming mode
6.1
Amount limit.
Position the cursor on the amount limit. Maximum amount is set via 2 digits, first digit is the number
followed by the number of zeroes, then press the CR-key. For example to set a maximum amount
of 20000 enter 24 (2 with 4 zeroes). If no amount limit is set enter 0 and press the CR-key.
6.2
Group assignment.
After the descriptor has been entered, enter the group number in which this department is to be
consolidated, and press the CR-key.
6.3
Rate.
Program the rate max 99.99 which calculates the sales commission on a clerk and/or sales person
report. In this case the clerk and salesperson must be set to track departments.
6.4
Department report structure.
DEPARTMENT
Gross sales Amount
9999999999
Customer count
9999
Quantity count
999999,999
Discount
Amount
9999999999
Amount print format for gross sales and
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discount is as set in system parameter 1, refer
to page: 58. During reporting the net sales is
calculated as gross sales -/- discount. A
maximum of 4 period to date reports is
supported. The Constructor (from version
1.2.11) can be used to modify the record
structure
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Groups.
Groups are used to consolidate departments. Enter 3 on the Type-key to select the file. The display
will show he first record. If this is not the record-number to be changed, enter the number and press
the #-key
Group
YYYY
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Rate
XXXX
Options low
*1 2 3 4*5 6 7 8
Options high
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
7.1
User & programming mode
Descriptor.
7.2
Rate.
Program the rate max 99.99 based on the net sales which calculates the sales commission on a
clerk and/or sales person report. In this case the clerk and salesperson must be set to track groups.
7.3
Options.
Currently no options are supported, they are for future enhancements.
7.4
Report structure.
GROUPS
Gross sales Amount
9999999999
Customer count
9999
Quantity count
999999,999
Discount
Amount
9999999999
Amount print format for gross sales and
discount is as set in system parameter 1, refer
to page: 58. During reporting the net sales is
calculated as gross sales -/- discount. A
maximum of 4 period to date reports is
supported. The Constructor (from version
1.2.11) can be used to modify the record
structure.
Note: Red printed option are not active
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Modifiers.
Modifiers are extra instructions for the bartender or cook like “NO ICE” “EXTRA SALT” etc. Enter 4
on the Type-key.. Position the cursor on the modifier to be changed and entering the characters is
as explained in page 12. Each modifier has a fixed length of 24 characters
8.1
Modifier group.
With modifier groups the modifiers are grouped together to facilitate locating the modifier by the
operator. Enter the group number and press the CR-key.
Modifier
XX
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
GRP
Options low
Options high
XX
*1 2 3 4*5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
User mode
8.2
Options.
Currently no options are used.
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Clerks.
Enter 5 on the Type-key. The display will show he first record If this is not the number to be changed,
enter the number and press the CR-key (for example 5 for clerk number 5).
Clerk-programming
YYY
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Job code
X X X X
Pay rate
XXXXXX
Overtime factor
XXXX
Overtime start
X
Options low
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Options high
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
8.3
User mode
System
programming
Descriptor.
8.4
Job code.
For each clerk 4 different job codes can be set. For each job the time worked is maintained. When
a clerk signs on the job code is displayed in the screen, it is compulsory to select one.
8.5
Pay rate.
The pay rate is the rate per hour for each clerk. The system doesn't maintain separate rates per job
code.
8.6
Overtime factor.
If over time the pay rate is multiplied by this factor.
8.7
Over time start.
If D overtime starts after 8 hours, if W overtime starts after 40 hours.
8.8
Options.
Options low:
Option 1 : If on then this clerk is a training clerk, sales data is ONLY added in this clerk, the
consecutive number is not incremented and data is not printed on the journal tape;
Option 2 : If off all reports are allowed else only clerk report 3;
Option 3 : If off then Z reports are allowed;
Option 4 : If off then programming is allowed;
Option 5 : If on drawer 1;
Option 6 : If on drawer 2.
Option 7 If on this is a master clerk. A master clerk is allowed to override the clerk fixed to a PB#
option. The master clerk can add to the PB# , only accessible by the clerk who opened
the PB#, but the sales data is stored in the report of the clerk who opened the PB#, and
not in the master clerk report. Sales data without PB# are reported by the master clerk,
and also when the master clerk opens a PB# that data is reported by the master clerk.
Option 8: If on compulsory tip entry when clocking out;
Options high
Option 1: if on paid breaks
Option 2 if on manager required to clock-in;
Option 3 if on manager required to clock-out;
Option 4 if on manager required to job code change;
Option 5 if on enforce out for break;
Option 6 if on enforce job code selection at clock-in;
Option 7 if on drawer 3;
Option 8 Future use
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Note: Red printed option are not active
Position the cursor on the option and press the OPT-key. If the option is not active it is activated, if
active it is de-activated. The option key toggles the status of each option.
Note: An * left from the option indicates that this option is active.
8.9
Time keeping.
The system supports time keeping for each employee. The employee is identified by touch lock or
clerk key, or credit card reader. For each individual employee the system keeps the data over max
4 period to date reports.
8.10 Secret clerk.
In parameter 5 option 8 enforces to enter a 4 digit numeric password each time a clerk signs-on. The
password is the first 4 characters (digits only) of the clerk descriptor. The code is neither displayed
nor printed. The procedure is as follows:
1 - Clerk enters his clerk number (or pushes his key)
2 - Display shows CODE ?
3 - Clerk enters the secret code, on the clerk key (entry is not displayed)
4 - When the code is ok, clerk is selected.
8.11 Report structure.
The data to be tracked for each individual clerk can be set in the system parameters.
Note: Red printed option are not active
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Tax.
Enter 6 on the Type-key. The display will show he first record If this is not the number to be changed,
enter the number and press the CR-key.
Tax
XXXXXXXXXXXX
Rate:
Options low
Options high
Tax exempt
9.1
User mode
X
XXXX
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
XXXXX
Programming
mode
Descriptor.
9.2
Tax rate.
Position the cursor on RATE enter the tax rate, maximum rate is 99.99%.
9.3
Tax options.
The register supports for each individual tax itemizer the following options. To set the options position
the cursor on OPTION and enter a Y to set the option flag or a N to de-activate the option.
Option 1
Option 2 :
Option 3 :
Option 4 :
Option 5 :
If on VAT-type tax, if off then ADD-ON type tax. Refer also to paragraph 22 page: 21.
If on print, in case of VAT then print VAT-details on bottom receipt;
If on print always even when VAT-details are zero;
If on GST type. Tax calculation is based on subtotal + tax 1 + tax 2 + tax 3.
If on in combination with a VAT-type tax, the net amount is printed on the receipt and on
the report. In combination with ADD-ON tax the taxable amount is printed as well.
Option 6 – If on table type tax.
Option 7 : If on the tax amount is calculated on the amount -/- the exempt amount
Position the cursor on the option and press the OPT-key. If the option is not active it is activated, if
active it is de-activated. The option key toggles the status of each option.
In case of tax shifts for different tax calculations for eat-in and eat-out restaurants, one can set to
print automatically modifier #1 on the remote printer, to signal the preparation area the item as a “eatout” item.
Note: An * left from the character indicates that this option is active.
9.4
Tax exempt.
Any sales amount below this amount is not taxed. Amounts larger will be taxed.
Note: Red printed option are not active.
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9.5
Table tax.
If a taxtable is set as a break point tax table the screen layout is different:
Tax group programming
XXXXXXXXXXXX
Rate:
Options
Rate
Tax exempt amount
Minimum tax amount
User mode
X
XXXXXX
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
XXXXXX
XXXXXX
XXXXXX
Programming
mode
For example 6%, find the whole number that when multiplying by the percent rate (4 decimal places)
will come close to 99 as possible without going over 99
14 X 6.0000 = 84.000
15 X 6.0000 = 90.000
16 X 6.0000 = 96.000
17 X 6.0000 = 102.000
In this case 16 comes as close to 99 without going over 99. Multiply the whole number then by 100,
in this example 16 X 100 =1600. 1600 is the tax calculation first number. Multiply the number by the
percent rate (using 4 decimals) in this example 16 X 6.0000 = 96 96 is the tax calculation second
number. The break points must be calculated using a published tax chart. A break point is set by
what taxable sales amount would create an additional 0.01 tax.
Example tax chart
Tax charged
$.10 minimum non taxable amount
$.01 first tax amount charged
Low side High side
00
.00
01
.11
02
.22
03
.39
04
.57
05
.74
06
.92
07
1.09
08
1.25
09
1.42
10
1.59
11
1.75
12
1.92
13
2.09
14
2.25
15
2.42
16
2.59
17
2.75
18
2.92
19
3.09
20
3.25
Break points
.10
.21
.38
.56
.73
.91
1.08
1.24
1.41
1.58
1.74
1.91
2.08
2.24
2.41
2.58
2.74
2.91
3.08
3.24
3.41
11---------11 non repeat
17
breaks
18
17
18----------17 repeat
16 break
17 pattern
17
16
17----------17
16
17
17
16
17-----------17
16
Determine the non repeat breaks. The beginning break points which do not fit into the repeat break
pattern are referred to as the non repeat breaks. In this example 11,11,17,18,17,18
Determine the repeat breaks.
The break points that repeat in a set pattern are referred to as the repeat breaks. This pattern can
usually be determined by comparing the low side dime and penny rows to some $1.00, $2.00 or
$3.00 etc. range of dime and penny rows. In the above example the repeat brake pattern is identified
as follows
1.09, 1.25, 1.42, 1.59, 1.75, 1.92
2.09, 2.25, 2.42, 2.59, 2.75, 2.92
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17, 16,17, 17, 16, 17 are the repeat breaks.
To program the tax table:
Prompt to enter tax calculation first number (1600 in this case)
Prompt to enter tax calculation second number (96 in this case)
Prompt to enter the maximum non taxable amount (10 in this case)
Prompt to enter the first tax amount charged (.01 in this case)
Prompt to enter the non repeat tax break s(11,11,17,18,17,18 in this case)
Prompt to enter the repeat tax break (17,16,17,16,17 in this case)
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
The pattern repeats itself for every additional dollar in sales. The number of repeat breaks matches
the percentage, 6% has 6 breaks per dollar 7% has 7 breaks per dollar
9.6
Report structure.
TAX
Taxable amount Amount
9999999999
Tax amount
Amount
9999999999
Net amount
Amount
9999999999
Note: Red printed option are not active
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Amount print format is as set in system
parameter 1, refer to page: 58.
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10 Time & date.
The system maintains a battery backed real time millennium proof clock Enter 7 on the Type-key.
Time & date
Time
Date
14:15:36
Sat 28 Aug 1999
To change the time enter the time in either 24 or AM/PM format. In AM/PM format 01100 set the
clock to 11:00 in the morning, 11100 sets the clock to 11:00 in the evening.
To change the date enter the day of the week: Monday = 1 Tuesday = 2 Wednesday = 3 Thursday
= 4 Friday = 5 and Saturday = 6 Sunday = 7
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11 Foreign currency.
Enter 8 on the Type-key to select the file. The display will show he first record. If this is not the
record-number to be changed, enter the number and press the #-key
Foreign currency
XXXXXXXXXXX
Buying rate
Selling rate
Options low
Options high
Drawer totalizer
Prefix
Drawer
XX
User mode
999999
999999
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
XX
XX XX XX
X
Programming
mode
11.1 Descriptor.
11.2 Buying rate.
The buying rate is max 6 digits. Depending on the format of the local currency the rate is xxx.xxx
when local currency is x.xx or x.xxxxx when local is xxx. Enter the rate and press the CR-key.
11.3 Selling rate.
This rate is used to calculate the change amount (if any) in the local currency. The selling rate is max
6 digits. Depending on the format of the local currency the rate is xxx.xxx when local is x.xx or
x.xxxxx when local is xxx . Enter the rate and press the CR-key
11.4 Options.
The register supports the following options for each individual currency.
Option 1: If on then this currency has no decimals;
Option 2: If on then change amount is calculated in the last currency (using selling rate);
Option 3: If on this currency is used to calculate the Euro;
Option 4 - 8:
future use.
Position the cursor on the option and press the OPT-key. If the option is not active it is activated, if
active it is de-activated. The option key toggles the status of each option.
Note: An * left from the option indicates that this option is active
11.5 In drawer totalizers.
The in-drawer totalizer in which each currency-key must count is programmed, enter a number from
1 to 8 and press the CR-key. Enter 0 in case to set this option to OFF.
11.6 Prefix.
Three characters (PREFIX 1 PREFIX 2 PREFIX 3 ) to indicate the kind of foreign currency, for
programming refer to paragraph 2 press CR. Program the character command for the Euro.
11.7 Drawer.
To open a separate drawer then the one programmed for the active clerk.
11.8 Report structure.
FOREIGN CURRENCY
Net amount Amount
9999999999
Customer count
9999
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Amount print format is as set in system
parameter 1, refer to page: 58. The
Constructor (from version 1.2.11) can be used
to modify the record structure.
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12 Receipt trailer.
Enter 9 on the Type-key. Enter the descriptor press CR. To program the next line, move the cursor
down 1 line The register supports 12 lines
13 Receipt header.
Enter 10 on the Type-key. Enter the descriptor press CR. To program the next line, move the cursor
down 1 line. The register supports 12 lines
14 Slip header.
Enter 11 on the Type-key. Enter the descriptor press CR. To program the next line, move the cursor
down 1 line. 16 lines are supported.
15 Slip trailer.
Enter 12 on the Type-key. Enter the descriptor press CR. 16 lines are supported.
16 Scroll message on customer display.
Select through the cursor-keys the line Scroll message or enter 13 on the Type-key. Enter the
descriptor press CR. The message has a total length of 64 characters.
17 Special print & display instructions.
In the text string an identifier indicates a specific information to be displayed or printed. The identifier
is in between brackets [] A n underscore character indicates bold face. The following are supported:
[T]
will display or print the current time.
[D]
will display or print the date.
[C]
will display or print active clerk.
[#]
will display or print consecutive number.
[L]
will display or print location number.
[E]
will display or print terminal number.
[S]
will display or print active salesperson.
[GX]
will print graphic image number X
Note: Red printed option are not active
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18 PB# text string.
The system features a 1 line character text string to identify an account. Enter 12 on the Type-key
to select the file. The display will show the first record. If this is not the record-number to be changed,
enter the number and press the #-key
18.1 Descriptor.
PB# text string
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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19 Keyboard.
If linked to the manager position the key can only be operated in the VOID-position of the lock. To
link a key to the manager position with the cursor on the keynumber press the OPT-key. If linked to
the manager position an * is shown next to the key position. Enter 13 on the Type-key.
Keyboard
1-XXXXX
2-XXXXX*
3-XXXXX
4-XXXXX
5-XXXXX
6-XXXXX
7-XXXXX
8-XXXXX
9-XXXXX
10-XXXXX
( 1↓)
11-XXXXX
12-XXXXX
13-XXXXX
14-XXXXX
15-XXXXX
16-XXXXX
17-XXXXX
18-XXXXX
19-XXXXX
20-XXXXX
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20 Sales person.
The OS can track sales data by sales persons, the data to be tracked is set in the system
parameters. Enter 14 on the Type-key. The display will show the first record. If this is not the number
to be changed, enter the number and press the #-key
Sales person
XX
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Options low
Options high
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
User mode
20.1 Options.
Currently no options are supported for individual sales persons
20.2 Report structure.
The data to be tracked for each individual sales person can be set in the system parameters.
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21 Time bands.
The OS can track sales data by hour of the day, the data to be tracked is set in the system
parameters. The time bands (48) can be programmed. enter 15 on the Type-key. The display will
show The first 20 records. If this is not the number to be changed, press the page down key.
Time band
1]XX:XX
2]XX:XX
3]XX:XX
4]XX:XX
5]XX:XX
6]XX:XX
7]XX:XX
8]XX:XX
9]XX:XX
10]XX:XX
( 1 ↓)
Price level
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Price level
11]XX:XX
1
12]XX:XX
1
13]XX:XX
1
14]XX:XX
1
15]XX:XX
1
16]XX:XX
1
17]XX:XX
1
18]XX:XX
1
19]XX:XX
1
20]XX:XX
1
User mode
21.1 Price shift selection.
Set the price shift level (max 4) that is activated at this time. Used to program happy hour price
selection. When active the other plu price shift functions (stay active etc.) are overridden by the OS.
21.2 Report structure.
The data to be tracked for each in time band can be set in the system parameters.
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22 Discount.
Enter 16 on the Type-key. The display will show the first record If this is not the number to be
changed, enter the number and press the #-key (for example 5 for correction function -number 5).
Discount
XX
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Fixed
Maximum discount
Options low
Options high
Print & Display
Tax
1
1
J
1
2
2
R
2
3
3
H
3
4
4
S
4
XXXXXX
XXXXXX
5 6 7 8
5 6 7 8
C O U V
5 6 7 8
User & programming mode
22.1 Descriptor.
22.2 FIXED.
In case the key must function as a pre-set discount amount key enter the amount; in case of a
percentage enter the rate.
22.3 Maximum discount.
Position the cursor on Maximum discount and enter the maximum amount or percentage allowed
22.4 Discount options.
The type of each individual discount-key is set by the first two options. The register supports the
following types of discount:
Option: 1;
Option 3 :
Option 4 :
Option 5 :
Option 6 :
Option 7 :
Option 8 :
Options low:
1 2
N N Fixed Discount;
Y N Open discount;
N Y Open / Fixed discount;
If off then discount is percentage, if on amount;
If off the function subtracts, if on it adds;
If off the discount is a subtotal discount else an item discount;
If on print the subtotal and the discount itemizers;
If on the subtotal discount is calculated for all previously entered items;
If on a discount function set as an item discount will act as a subtotal discount if the
subtotal function is activated before the discount function. In case of add-on tax the
taxable itemizer is not influenced by the calculation, the tax is still added on the amounts
excluding the discount. Subtotal discount is recalculated on each item registered so far
in the transaction.
Options high:
Option 1 : Discount is based on the amount stored in discount itemizer 1
Option 2 : Discount is based on the amount stored in discount itemizer 2
Option 3 – 8 Future use.
Position the cursor on the option and press the OPT-key. If the option is not active it is activated, if
active it is de-activated. The option key toggles the status of each option.
An * left from the option indicates that this option is active
When the discount is programmed as fixed the FIXED field contains either the rate or amount. When
the discount is open the entry is compulsory and the maximum entry allowed is stored in the Max
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discount field. When the discount is open/fixed the discount is taken from the FIXED field if no entry
and must be less than the Max discount field.
22.5 Print/display.
Position the cursor on PRINT & DISPLAY. The field indicates where and how to print and display.
Each flag is activated by entering a Y or de-activated by entering a N:
Print & Display Flag J
Print & Display Flag R
Print & Display Flag H
Print & Display Flag S
Print & Display Flag C
Print & Display Flag O:
Print & Display Flag U:
Print & Display Flag V:
Print on Journal;
Print on Receipt;
Print Double Height only on R/J;
Print on Slip;
Slip Compulsory;
Display on operator display
Display on customer display
Skip logo print.
The print construction is also used during reporting, if for example in the function the print on receipt
is OFF and also in the report print construction the record is not printed.
22.6 Tax.
If the discount must influence one of the maximum 8 different tax itemizers set the appropriate
number to Y if not set to N The most left digit is tax itemizer 0
.
22.7 Report structure.
Amount print format is as set in system
DISCOUNT
parameter 1,refer to page: 58. The
Net amount Amount
9999999999
Constructor (from version 1.2.11) can be used
Customer count
9999
to
modify
the
record
structure.
.
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23 Condiment table/list.
A condiment table is a programmed list of choices that are displayed after an item is registered. Enter
17 on the Type-key Display will show the first record, press the CR-key to accept, or select the
required record by entering the number and press the #-key. Each list consists of a maximum of 16
choices.
Condiment table
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Options
1]
5]
9]
13]
XX
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
User & programming mode
xxxx 2] xxxx 3] xxxx 4] xxxx
xxxx 6] xxxx 7] xxxx 8] xxxx
xxxx 10] xxxx 11] xxxx 12] xxxx
xxxx 14] xxxx 15] xxxx 16] xxxx
Condiment table link: XX
23.1 Options.
Option 1 : Multiple choices from the list Y/N (if Y list stays on the screen);
Option 2 : Multiply Y/N. If set to yet, the total number of condiments must match the quantity of the
item registered. For example for 8 PC chicken a total number of 8 condiments must be
entered.
Option 3 : Exit from condiment list allowed Y/N.
Option 4 : Condiment table is linked
Option 5 : Future use;
Option 6 : Future use;
Option 7 : Future use;
Option 8 : Future use.
Condiments are always printed in red on an impact printer, and in inverse on a thermal printer.
Position the cursor on the OPTION- press the OPT-key to activate or deactivate the option. The
option key toggles the status of each option.
Note: An * left from the option indicates that this option is active
23.2 Condiment table link.
This field contains the next condiment table displayed to enforce the operator to make a choice.
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24 System text.
The various messages, and descriptors printed by the register, can be programmed through the
keyboard of the register
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25 Tendering.
Tendering keys are used to finalise a sales like CASH, VISA etc. Enter 22 on the Type-key to select
the file. The display will show he first record. If this is not the record-number to be changed, enter the
number and press the #-key
Tendering programming
YY
XXXXXXXXXXXX
Preset tender amount
XXXXXX
Max. tendered amount
XXXXXX
Options low
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Options high
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Print & Display
J R H S C O U V
In drawer totalizer
XX
Over tendering totalizer
XX
User
programming
System
programming
25.1 Descriptor.
25.2 Preset tender.
An amount activated with this key, processed as a tendered amount on the tendering function.
25.3 Max. tendered amount.
The maximum amount allowed to be tendered on this key.
25.4 Options.
The register supports the following options:
Option 1 :
Option 2 :
Option 3 :
Option 4 :
Option 5 :
Option 6 :
Option 7 :
Option 8 :
If on the active drawer assigned to the clerk is opened at the end of the sale;
If on amount tender compulsory;
If on no amount tender allowed;
If on compulsory to enter a number (like credit card etc.);
If on change amount is regarded as tip;
If on no tax is calculated with this tendering key;
If on this function handles EFT;
If on this is a pre-set tender key.
Position the cursor on the OPTION- press the OPT-key to activate or deactivate the option. The
option key toggles the status of each option.
Note: An * left from the option indicates that this option is active
25.5 Print/display.
Position the cursor on PRINT & DISPLAY. The field indicates where and how to print and display.
Each flag is activated by entering a Y or de-activated by entering a N:
Print & Display Flag J
Print & Display Flag R
Print & Display Flag H
Print & Display Flag S
Print & Display Flag C
Print & Display Flag O:
Print & Display Flag U:
Print & Display Flag V:
Print on Journal;
Print on Receipt;
Print Double Height only on R/J;
Print on Slip;
Slip Compulsory;
Display on operator display
Display on customer display
Skip logo print.
25.6 In drawer totalizers.
The in drawer totalizer tracks data as cash in drawer, credit card in drawer, checks in drawer etc.
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Each tendering function can be linked to 1 in drawer totalizer. The display shows DRAWER1, enter
the number and press the CR-key to accept. The register supports a special over tendering counter
(OVER TENDER). If option 5 is On, the change amount (if any) on that tendering key is not
subtracted from the drawer totalizer number 1 but added to the drawer totalizer number entered in
this field. In this way the register is capable to track tips per individual clerk.
25.7 Report structure.
TENDERING
Net sales Amount
9999999999
Customer count
9999
Note: Red printed option are not active
Amount print format is as set in system
parameter 1, refer to page: 58. Reports the
sales paid for by this tendering key. The
Constructor (from version 1.2.11) can be used
to
modify
the
record
structure.
.
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26 PO & RA functions.
Enter 23 on the Type-key to select the file. The display will show he first record. If this is not the
record-number to be changed, enter the number and press the #-key The first field is the descriptor,
page 12.
P.O. & R.A. programming
XXXXXXXXXXXX
Options low
Options high
Print & Display
In drawer totalizer
YY
User
programming
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
J R H S C O U V
XX
System
programming
mode
26.1 PO & RA descriptor.
26.2 Options.
The register supports the following options:
Option 1 : If on the open drawer;
Option 2 : If on not single item, finalise with a tendering-key;
Option 3 : If on PB related (deposit);
Option 4 : If on then RA function;
Option 5 - 8 : Future use;
Position the cursor on the OPTION- press the OPT-key to activate or deactivate the option. The
option key toggles the status of each option.
Note: An * left from the option indicates that this option is active
26.3 Print/display.
Position the cursor on PRINT & DISPLAY. The field indicates where and how to print and display.
Each flag is activated by entering a Y or de-activated by entering a N:
Print & Display Flag J Print on Journal;
Print & Display Flag R Print on Receipt;
Print & Display Flag H Print Double Height only on R/J;
Print & Display Flag S Print on Slip;
Print & Display Flag C Slip Compulsory;
Print & Display Flag O: Display on operator display
Print & Display Flag U: Display on customer display
Print & Display Flag V: Skip logo print.
26.4 In drawer totalizers.
To set the in-drawer totalizer in which each individual PO- & RA-key must count is programmed.
Position the cursor on DRAWER and enter the in which this PO RA function must subtract or add.
Set to 0 if no other counters need to be updated. In that case the display shows OFF.
26.5 Report structure.
PAID OUT & RECEIVED ON ACCOUNT
Net amount Amount
9999999999
Customer count
9999
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Amount print format is as set in system
parameter 1, refer to page: 58. The
Constructor (from version 1.2.11) can be used
to modify the record structure.
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27 Corrections.
These functions are used correct wrong entries. Enter 24 on the Type-key to select the file. The
display will show he first record. If this is not the record-number to be changed, enter the number and
press the #-key
Correction
XXXXXXXXXXXX
Options low
Options high
YY
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
System
programming
27.1 Descriptor.
27.2 Options.
The combination of the fist three option flags define the type of correction function:
Option 1 : If on Void. A void-function automatically cancels the previous line. To void a function the
void key is pressed immediately after the item has been registered
Option 2 : If on Correction. A correction-key on the register allows the operator to correct only those
items that have been registered during the transaction. As a result a transaction can
never start with a Correction function except in the case of a PB#. In this case the system
will check if the item has been posted to a PB#, if so it will be corrected. It is possible to
correct items via the cursor control keys.
Option 3 : If on Refund. A refund-key on the register is used to correct items outside a transaction,
there is no check if the item has been registered or not.
Option 4 : If on Cancel type 1. This function will subtract all items entered, it functions as a "stay
active refund function". Cancel transactions are not printed on the KP !
Option 5 : If on Cancel type 2. This function will subtract all items entered, it functions as a "stay
active refund function". The registrations are not printed on the journal tape, and the
consecutive number is not incremented. Cancel transactions are not printed on the KP!
Option 6 : If on Transaction void. This function will cancel the complete transaction, even when the
transaction has already been finalised. Can not be used outside a transaction.
Option 7 : If on transaction void can be used outside the transaction in the MGR-position. This will
correct the last ticket
Option 8 : Future use;
Position the cursor on the OPTION- press the OPT-key to activate or deactivate the option. The
option key toggles the status of each option.
27.3 Print/display.
Position the cursor on PRINT & DISPLAY. The field indicates where and how to print and display.
Each flag is activated by entering a Y or de-activated by entering a N:
Print & Display Flag J Print on Journal;
Print & Display Flag R Print on Receipt;
Print & Display Flag H Print Double Height only on R/J;
Print & Display Flag S Print on Slip;
Print & Display Flag C Slip Compulsory;
Print & Display Flag O: Display on operator display
Print & Display Flag U: Display on customer display
Print & Display Flag V: Validation print, with compulsory paper in the slip printer.
The print construction is also used during reporting, if for example in the function the print on receipt
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is OFF and also in the report print construction the record is not printed.
27.4 Report structure.
CORRECTION
Net amount Amount
9999999999
Customer count
9999
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Amount print format is as set in system
parameter 1, refer to page: 58. The
Constructor (from version 1.2.11) can be used
to
modify
the
record
structure.
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28 In drawer totalizers.
Position the cursor on IN DRAWER and press Type-key or enter 25 on the Type-key to select the
file. The display will show he first record. If this is not the record-number to be changed, enter the
number and press the #-key
In drawer totalizer
XXXXXXXXXXXX
Options low
Options high
Print & Display
XX
Programming
mode
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
J R H S C O U V
28.1 Descriptor.
28.2 Options.
The register supports the following options for each individual in drawer totalizer.
Option 1 :If on no decimal point in the amount field;
Option 2 : If on this total is not included in the cash declaration report.
Option 3 - 8: Future use.
Position the cursor on the OPTION-line, enter a Y (active) or a N (not active) for each individual
option flag press the CR-key to accept.
Note: An * left from the character indicates that this option is active
28.3 Report structure.
IN DRAWER
Net amount Amount
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9999999999
Amount print format is as set in system
parameter 1, refer to page: 58. The
Constructor (from version 1.2.11) can be used
to modify the record structure.
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29 PB-functions.
System supports a maximum of 5.000 open PB# at the same time. To facilitate easy bill splitting,
orders are tracked by chairs, there are an unlimited number of chairs per table. When the bill is
printed one can consolidate all chairs into one bill or print-out separate chairs, or combine chairs into
bills. Files are shared among terminals. All registrations are stored in the tracking buffer, including
PO, RA, discount. Enter 26 on the Type-key to select the file. The display will show he first record.
If this is not the record-number to be changed, enter the number and press the #-key
PB function programming
XX
XXXXXXXXXXXX
Options low
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Options high
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Print & Display
J R H S C O U V
Programming
mode
29.1 Descriptor.
29.2 Options.
Position the cursor on the OPTION-line, enter a Y (active) or a N (not active) for each individual
option flag press the CR-key to accept.
Note: An * left from the option indicates that this option is active
Option flags 1 through 4
1
2
3
4
Function.
1
N
N
N
N
Open/Add/Service with date tracking. This options also
tracks tendering keys. Sales is not recorded in the
reports until settlement. Can be entered at the start,
during or end of the transaction.
2
N
N
N
Y
Open/Add/Service without date tracking.
3
N
N
Y
N
Print PB details
4
N
N
Y
Y
Print PB details and release paper
5
N
Y
N
N
Future use
6
N
Y
N
Y
Future use
7
N
Y
Y
N
Transfer complete PB#
8
Y
Y
Y
Y
Transfer selected items
9
Y
N
N
N
Combine PB#.
10
Y
N
N
Y
Combine selected items
11
Y
N
Y
N
Transfer all PB#'s from active clerk to another clerk.
12
Y
N
Y
Y
Display table status
13
Y
Y
N
N
Park order
14
Y
Y
N
Y
Chair
15
Y
Y
Y
N
Future use
16
Y
Y
Y
Y
Covers.
Note: options 5 – 8 are currently not used.
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The bill can be printed sorted by group name, the name of the group is then printed as well.
The OS supports both transfer and combine functions. It is programmable that a transfer is only
allowed if the other PB# has been activated by the same clerk#. If the transfer clerk-key is used
within a transaction (i.e. PB# active) then only that PB# is transferred from one clerk to another;
outside a transaction ALL PB# active for the clerk are transferred to the other clerk.
PB#’s can be entered during the transaction, at the beginning, the OS supports PB#-decoding
from barcodes or magnetic cards.
If plu’s have random numbers in the tracking buffer the random plu# is stored,
Discounts per item are stored.
If an item is registered with a price of 0, on the bill is printed a special caption (Free of charge);
The PB#-compulsion can be overridden by pressing the key without entry for one transaction.
A PB# cannot be closed unless the bill has been printed, this is an option.
The time elapsed between opening of a PB# and printing can be calculated for each individual
PB#. The elapsed time is multiplied by the same PLU# as the PB#. It is programmable if the time
calculated is based on minutes, hours or days.
Drive through function is supported. With park order option. Each time the PB# open/add/service
function is pushed the system increments the car number, up to a pre-set maximum number,
after which it returns to 1. The pre-set number is the maximum number of the cars in the line.
Orders are entered on one terminal and paid-off on the other one.
If chair tracking is active, the waiter enters the table-number. The system assumes the waiter
will start entering the orders for chair 1. To enter the order for chair 2 of the same table, the
waiter pushes the chair-key. This will close chair-1 and activate chair-2. Another chair can be
entered on the chair-key.
29.3 Print/display.
Position the cursor on PRINT & DISPLAY. The field indicates where and how to print and display.
Each flag is activated by entering a Y or de-activated by entering a N:
Print & Display Flag J
Print & Display Flag R
Print & Display Flag H
Print & Display Flag S
Print & Display Flag C
Print & Display Flag O:
Print & Display Flag U:
Print & Display Flag V:
Print on Journal;
Print on Receipt;
Print Double Height only on R/J;
Print on Slip;
Slip Compulsory;
Display on operator display
Display on customer display
Skip logo print.
The print construction is also used during reporting, if for example in the function the print on receipt
is OFF and also in the report print construction the record is not printed.
Note: It’s programmable to suppress the receipt number being incremented when items are posted
to a PB, add The OS features the option to store for each PB# 3 lines of text. The text can be used
for the name of the customer for instance, and the PB#-feature is then used for Accounts Receivable
for instance. If the text string is active the data is printed on all kitchen printer tickets, either printed
via the receipt or printer via RS-232.
29.4 Report structure.
PB-FUNCTIONS
Net amount Amount
9999999999
Amount print format is as set in system
parameter 1, refer to page: 58. The
Constructor (from version 1.2.11) can be used
to
modify
the
record
structure.
Note: Red printed option are not active
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30 Reports.
Position the cursor on REPORT and press the Type-key or enter 27 on the Type-key. The display
will show he first record. If this is not the number to be changed, enter the number and press the CRkey (for example 5 for report 5).
Report programming
XX
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Options low
1 2
Options high
1 2
Print & Display
J R
Type
Link files
XY XY XY XY XY XY XY XY XY XY
XY XY XY XY XY XY XY XY XY XY
3 4 5 6 7 8
3 4 5 6 7 8
H S C O U V
X
XY XY XY XY
XY XY XY XY
30.1 Descriptor.
30.2 Report options.
For each individual report number the following options can be set.
Options low:
Option 1 : If set fires the drawer;
Option 2 : If set all pointers (i.e. time zones, clerks) are reported, if off only the active pointer is
reported;
Option 3 : If set the consecutive number is reset on a Z-report
Option 4 : If set the Z-counter is not incremented.
Option 5 : If set a percentage calculation with the total sales in a group and department report is
printed. Total sales must be active with-in the period.
Option 6 Future use;
Option 7 Password active for this report. The password, are the first 4 positions of the report
descriptor.
Option 8 Cash declaration enforced. Refer to paragraph: For details.
Options high:
Option 1 – 8: future use.
Position the cursor on the OPTION-line, enter a Y (active) or a N (not active) for each individual
option flag press the CR-key to accept.
Note: An * left from the option indicates that this option is active
30.3 Print/display.
Position the cursor on PRINT & DISPLAY. The field indicates where and how to print and display.
Each flag is activated by entering a Y or de-activated by entering a N:
Print & Display Flag J Print on Journal;
Print & Display Flag R Print on Receipt;
Print & Display Flag H Print Double Height only on R/J;
Print & Display Flag S Print on Slip;
Print & Display Flag C Slip Compulsory;
Print & Display Flag O: Display on operator display
Print & Display Flag U: Not used.
Print & Display Flag V: Skip logo print.
The print construction of the function being reported is compared with the function set in the report.
If both options are on then the data is printed on the assigned printer.
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Note:
‰ If a report is flagged to print on the receipt, and the receipt is off (through the Ron/Roff key) the
report will be printed on the receipt.
‰ The report period is entered with the report number. Daily report files 0, weekly 1, monthly 2 and
yearly 3. To request weekly report number 5 enter 15 on the RPT-key, 1 indicates the weekly
files and 5 is the report number.
‰ If a file (X) or period to date (Y) is not active, the system continues with the report, and doesn’t
signal an error.
30.4 Type.
Through this parameter, the register is instructed to print the data stored in certain files in the
register's-memory. Position the cursor on the Type-line the following pointer types are supported:
0: Standard, for department PLU etc, 1: Clerk report, 2: Hourly sales ; 3: Salesperson; 4. Time
keeping.
30.5 Report link.
Through these numbers the actual data to be reported is programmed. The link can consist of
maximum 16 report numbers.
0 : report total sales;
1 : report group sales;
2 : report department sales;
3 : report PLU-sales;
4 : report PO & RA;
5 : report in drawer data;
6 : report corrections data;
7 : report discount data;
8 : report foreign currency;
9: report tax data;
10: report the PB-functions;
11: will report open PB's;
12: Inventory;
13: Time keeping;
14: Future use;
15: Future use.
Note: Red printed option are not active.
30.6 Range report.
To request a range report, enter the start record number on the number key, followed by the last
record to be reported followed by the report number. This feature is used to report certain records
(like plu’s) from the database.
31 Electronic journal.
The journal data is stored in memory and may be printed or requested via the serial upon request. Set
SystemParameter 68 to 98. When the journal is 80% full a message is displayed to warn the operator
that soon the journal is full. When full 2 options can be set:
‰ It’s no longer possible to continue any registration until the electronic journal is printed, or
transferred to a computer;
‰ The terminal will start writing data from the start of the buffer. This means data stored will be
erased. All data is stored in the electronic journal that has the Journal-flag active in the print
programming. This includes reports!
31.1 Print & View electronic journal.
Enter 98 on the RPT-key in the X (view or print, data is not cleared), Z (view or print and data is
cleared) or S-position (clear the journal). The display shows the number of lines stored and the
percentage of the available memory occupied. The cursor is set to the last line of the journal. Use the
cursor control keys to step through the electronic journal. Press the RPT-key to print the journal from
that position to the end. Press the clear key to abort printing. The journal is printed on the receipt
printer assigned on that terminal, if this is a shared printer on another terminal data is printed on that
terminal. Unless the printer supports more than 50 columns per line 2 columns will be printed to save
paper.
31.2 Reset electronic journal.
Enter 98 on the RPT-key in the S position of the lock. Execute this procedure the first time the
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electronic journal is activated, as it will clear any random data in the memory expansion card.
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32 Handheld terminal.
The handheld terminal is connected to a terminal via an RS-232 port. To activate communication
between the terminal and the base station set SystemFlag 90 to the RS-232 port. Use port number 1,
so set SystemFlag 90 to 1. The battery used in the handheld must be 160 Mamps/hour 9 volts
If the terminal to which the handheld is connected is in transaction and no keyboard entry has been
done for 15 seconds, the software will, interrogate the base station to check for data. If there is data
the current transaction is finalised, and then the data from the base station is processed.
32.1 Keyboard.
The handheld features a display with backlight and a keyboard of 6 X 5 keys. The standard keyboard
configuration is as follows:
Table# PLU# PRICE MODIFIER LOOK-UP
7
8
9
Ç
4
5
6
È
1
2
3
CORR.
BILL
C
0
X
TOTAL
MENU
It is possible to use the Dallas touch lock in combination with the handheld terminal. There are a few
combinations possible:
32.2 Dallas touch key.
32.2.1 Dallas touch lock only on the terminal not on the handheld
In this case you must program the terminal number as secret code for the clerk you want to use to
store the handheld sales data. For example handheld number 2 needs "0002CLERK 2" as clerk 2
descriptor. In the handheld the option "HT-NR=KN-NR" must be set to "N". The handheld will use the
terminal number as clerk number after you make a RAM CLEAR on the terminal. The handheld will
use this clerk number until you select another clerk by entering 0 on the MENU key or sent another
one by the register programming mode.(see also 2).
32.2.2 Dallas touch lock the terminal and on the handheld.
In this case the handheld will sent the complete or last digit of the touch-key to the register and the
register will select the clerk accordingly. In the handheld the option "HT-NR=KN-NR" must be set to
"N". There are two ways to use the clerk key depending on the setting of the option "VOLLE CHIPNR"
Option "VOLLE CHIPNR" must be set to "J": For example Clerk Key "XXXXX77DB" is active on the
handheld. The sales will be registered on the clerk with the code "77DBClerk X". Option "VOLLE
CHIPNR" must be set to "N". For example Clerk Key "XXXXX77DB" is active on the handheld. The
sales will be registered on the clerk with the code "000BClerk X". The handheld will sent only the last
digit of the code. You can activate a clerk on the terminal as follows:
- enter 0 on the MENU key
- handheld will be switched off
- Switch on Handheld
- Handheld will as "CHIPNR"
- Now touch with the key at the top connector.
- Handheld will read the number and use this as clerk number until you enter 0 on the MENU key
again.
With the default settings of the handheld controller you can use maximum 4 handhelds. If more are
required they must be specially ordered. You can read the handheld number by entering 9999 on the
MENU key. You can only change the handheld number if you have a Dallas Clerk key. When you set
the option "HT-NR=KN-NR" to "J" the handheld will use the last digit of the next active Dallas key as
handheld number. You can only use Handheld number 2, 3, 4 or 5 in the standard system. The
handheld delivered by KIS operate on the frequency of 433.500 Mhz.. You can check the frequency
on the label inside the battery holder and on the antenna of the controller. Note that they MUST be
the same.
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32.3 Request table balance by the handheld.
On the Handheld there are two ways to request the balance:
1 - After entering the table# on the Handheld pressing the "OPEN" key on the handheld. Now the
handheld will request the balance form the terminal.
2 - When option "TISCHANFRAGE" is set the 'J' the handheld will always ask the balance when you
open a table on the handheld. When there is no response it means the communication between the
handheld and the terminal is not working. This could be because the terminal is switched off or the
battery of the handheld is low.
It is possible to change the handheld number using the cash-register. The current handheld number
can be requested on the handheld by entering 9999 on the "MENU" key. It is important that every
handheld has its unique handheld number. The available numbers are 2, 3, 4 or 5. When more is
required it must be requested!!
The procedure is as follows:
1 - Connect handheld to base station with cable.
2 - Enter 1000 on the MENU key of the handheld
3 - Turn Lock to 'S' on register
2 - Enter 1100 + (handheld number) on the TYPE key.
1102 will change the number to 2.
When the handheld is initialised, the register will now also set the number of decimals in the amount
to the correct value.
32.4 Application program restrictions.
- Maximum Number of CLERKS is 100.
- Maximum Number of ARTICLES in the HANDHELD is 600.
- Maximum Number of DEPARTMENTS is 64.
- Maximum Number of MODIFIERS is 100.
- Maximum Number of PB is 100.
32.5 Application setting of the Sensei.
32.5.1 PB-functions.
The application MUST use PB-function number 1 as the Open/Add/Service function, PB-function
number 5 MUST be the Print/Open function and PB-function number 8 MUST be split PB#.
32.5.2 Tendering functions.
Tendering function number 1 MUST be Cash.
32.5.3 Correction functions.
Correction function number 3 must be set as Refund.
32.5.4 Price levels.
The system supports up to 3 price levels from the handheld. To activate price levels:
‰
‰
‰
‰
Set in the handheld the option VK-ebene to 2 only first and second price level or to 3 for the first,
second and third price level. The price level is entered as 1 2 or 3 on the MENU-key.
To return to price level 1 after each registration of the item, set VK nach PLU to Yes.
To return to price level 1 after a transaction, so the selected price level will remain active during
the transaction, set VK nach Total to Yes.
When both options (VK nach Total and VK nach PLU) are active the selected price level will
remain active until a new price level is selected.
32.6 Power safe function.
On the back of the unit is a button, push this button to activate the handheld. The unit features a
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power safe mode which will switch to standby after 30 seconds.
32.7 File down loading.
The PLU, and modifier files are stored in the memory of the handheld. This file must be downloaded
into the handheld from the terminal. Each time the user modifies some items he must download the
modified file in each individual handheld. Connect the handheld with the base station using the cable
that comes with the system. Then follow the steps:
-
Enter 1000 on the handheld and press the most right down button (MENU)
Set the control lock on the terminal in the S-position.
Enter 1000 on the terminal and press the TYPE key.
32.8 Clerk number.
Each handheld is processed by the terminal as a clerk. To connect the handheld terminal with a
specific clerk the procedure is as follows:
Connect the handheld with the base station using the cable that is supplied with the system. Then
follow the steps:
- Enter 1000 on the handheld and press the most right down button (MENU)
- Set the control lock on the Nitsuko in the S-position.
- Enter 1000 and the clerk number assigned to that terminal on the Nitsuko and press the TYPE
key.
32.9 Touch memory on the handheld.
Clerks can use their Dallas Touch Memory also with the handheld. In this case the Dallas keys must
be keys of which the last digit ranges from 1 through F.
- Sign-Off the current clerk by entering 0 on the Menu key.
- Switch on the handheld, by pressing the key on the back of the handheld. The terminal prompts
with CHIP.
- Touch the Dallas key on the sensor positioned on the top right position on the cabinet.
Note:
- To activate this feature: Zet in de setup de optie “VOLLE CHIPNR” op NEE.
- Zet in de setup de optie “HT-NR = KN-NR” op NEE.
32.10 Transactions.
It is possible to enforce the use of table numbers (PB-numbers) or allow the operator to enter orders
without a PB-number. This is set in the set-up of the terminal. The order entry follows the normal
procedures as on the terminal. Error corrections are possible using the cursor control keys, followed
by the key correction. With-in the transaction the key functions as a correction key. Outside a
transaction the key functions as a Refund key, in that case the display shows: NTSO (programmable
option). Transactions are finalised using the total-key. In case of a PB-number transaction the data
is processed as with the Open/Add/Service key on the Nitsuko, without PB-number the transaction
is finalised as a Cash transaction on the Nitsuko. In case of PB-numbers, PB-number 98 cannot be
used.
32.10.1 Override preset price.
Enter the price (without decimal) first, then the Price-key followed by the PLU-number key. This is
a programmable option in the terminal.
32.10.2 PLU-look up.
Depending on the setting of the programmable option WGR it is possible to search for Plu’s by
department or search the complete file. The display shows the Plu-number and descriptor. Enter the
Plu on the PLU-number key. If the option WGR is on, the display shows the departments, enter the
department in which you need to search, and enter this number on the look-up key. The display will
show all Plu’s linked to that department. Enter the required Plu-number on the Plu-number key. With
software version 8G in the handheld items can be located by alfanummeric search. Set the option
TEXT SUCHEN to J to activate this feature. The lay-out of the alfa keys is fixed.
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32.10.3 Modifiers.
Modifiers can be looked-up, press the Modifier key. Enter the required one on the Modifier key.
Modifiers can only be entered after a Plu and the maximum number of modifiers per item is 4.
32.10.4 Split PB.
To split the items posted on a PB, start the transaction by entering a PB# on the Table-key. Then
press the Menu key and set option 1. Now enter all items to be splitted, followed by the Total key.
The system assumes Cash payment for all items splitted.
32.11 Setup
To enter into the setup, press the Menu key and then switch on the terminal. Then the setup screen
appears. To program a certain feature move the cursor to the line, activate that feature by pressing
the digit 1 key, de-activate by pressing the digit 0 key. Press the Total key to leave the setup mode.
TASTENBEEP
FEHLERBEEP
TISCH-ZWANG
start.
RAM CLEAR
If Yes key beeps if No key beep is suppressed
If Yes error tone is on.
If Yes the operator must enter a table number before the transaction can
If Yes the complete memory is cleared, all options are set to No and all files
need to be reloaded.
DATEN PACKEN
If Yes all “alike” items within the transaction are consolidated
LAND
0=German, 1=French, 2=Dutch, 3=Italian, 4=English, 5=Spanisch.
DEMOVERSION
If Yes data the terminal will not transmit data.
NSTO
If Yes the Correction key operates also as a refund key. In this case the
transaction can start with the correction key. If set to no only corrections
within the transactions are allowed.
REVIERZUWEISUNG Feature not supported yet.
HT-NR = KN-NR
If Yes clerk number is equal to the handheld number.
VOLLE CHIPNR
Must be No.
SUMMEN-ANZEIGEN If Yes the handheld will show the total amount of the current transaction
when the operator presses the Total key. To transmit the order press the
Total key again.
FREIER PLUPREIS
Clerk can override the preset price, using the Price key.
WGR SUCHEN
If Yes Plu’s are looked-up by department otherwise Plu’s are looked by
sequential.
% RABBAT
Feature not supported yet.
2. VK-EBENE
Second price level active.
1.VK NACH PLU
Return to price level 1 after each item.
1.VK NACH TOTAL
Return to price level 1 after each transaction
CHEF-ESSEN
Feature not supported yet.
FREIE CAN-NR
Feature not supported yet.
CHIP-KREDIT
Feature not supported yet.
SHUBERTSYSTEM
Feature not supported yet.
STOP NACH TOTAL Feature not supported yet.
SEP.M.RUECKRUF
Feature not supported yet.
WAEHRUNGSUMR.
Feature not supported yet.
ZALUNGS-ART
Feature not supported yet.
BEILAGENZWANG
Feature not supported yet.
KELLNER-CODE
Feature not supported yet.
GASTANZAHL
Feature not supported yet.
STATIONSWAHL
Feature not supported yet.
KREDITZUBUCHUNG Feature not supported yet.
NSTO M.RUECKRUF Feature not supported yet.
FREIE TASTATUR
Feature not supported yet.
TISCHUMS.IM HT
Feature not supported yet.
TISCH-ANFRAGE
Feature not supported yet.
KUNDEN_ADRESSE Feature not supported yet.
3. VK-EBENE
Feature not supported yet.
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Note:
There must be no other handheld installation with the same frequency within 500 meters.
The Internal Handheld number MUST be unique within 1 installation. Check this by entering 9999 on
the MENU key which will show the number of the handheld.
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33 Modem connection.
Modems require special consideration in terms of initialisation, it is mandatory to set the modem not
to change the baud rate to the terminal while communicating. The maximum speed the Sensei can
communicate via modem is 9600 baud. If the modem bit (option 1) is set in SystemParameter 108,
the Sensei will initialise the modem after a power up, or when the watchdog timer has generated an
interrupt. A watchdog timer is an internal timer which must be reset by the OS with-in a certain time.
If the OS doesn’t reset the timer with-in this period, then the watchdog timer will generate a warm
reset, if the modem bit is set the OS will initialise the modem. The Sensei can initialise the modem
connected in 2 ways:
♦
♦
If options 1 and 2 in system parameter 108 are set the string to initialise the modem is taken from
system message 90. This string cannot contain spaces! At power-up or when the watchdog timer
is triggered the OS will put the modem in command mode and transfer the contents of System
message 90 to the modem.
If only option 1 in system parameter 108 is set, then the OS will at power-up or when the
watchdog timer is triggered instruct the modem to re-load profile 0 as stored in the modem. For
this option you need to program the modem first and store the parameters in the modem. Using
a PC, create a batch file with the following commands then execute the batch command, this
example assumes the modem is connected to com port 1 on the computer. The parameters are
written in profile 0 of the modem.
ECHO Modem picks up after 3 rings
MODE COM1:9600,N,8,1
ECHO AT&FS0=3>COM1:
ECHO ATB0E0Q1&C0&D0&R1&K0\N0%%C0>COM1:
ECHO AT&W0>COM1:
Then connect the modem to the Sensei.
To make this work correctly the following modem parameters should not be changed, because we
use the default parameters to switch the modem to go into command mode. So there is no reason
they are changed anyway: S12=50 S2=43 and S3=13. At the time of initialisation the message
MODEM INIT is displayed, and when the initialisation is ok the message MODEM INIT OK is
displayed. If the OS cannot initialise the modem correctly it signals an error condition.
As the Sensei follows the standard PC pin configuration for a DB-9 you can use the standard cable
supplied with the modem to connect it to the Sensei.
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34 Lan.
The maximum numbers of terminals interconnected via a hub is 64. Each terminal needs a unique
sequential terminal number assigned between 1 and 64 To interconnect more than 2 terminals a hub
must be used. In order for the network to function properly, each terminal must be initialised with the
same database, the keyboard layout, printer assignment can be different for each terminal in the
LAN. In each terminal, program the number of terminals on the LAN and the terminal number of each
unit. Then power-up to initialise the LAN, a message is shown on the display. Then the network is
active
34.1 HUB.
The hub must be a PC LAN compatible hub, 10Base-T Ethernet type. The record lay-out (TCP/IP)
developed for the Sensei to exchange data between terminals is compatible with the standard PC
LAN (Windows 95/98/NT), because of this compatibility one can connect a Sensei with-in a network
of PC’s. If the PC-lan is running at 100Mbits/sec. the hub must support 10Mbits/sec as well as
100Mbits/sec. These type of hubs are available on the market.
34.2 Cables & connectors.
The type of cable must be compatible with 22-26 A WG 8 wires although for 10Base-T only 4 are
used, the maximum length is 100 meters, connector used is RJ-45.
Pin number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Signal
Tx+ (transmission)
Tx– (transmission)
RX+ (reception)
Not used
Not used
Rx- (reception)
Not used
Not used
Note: in the case of a LAN of only 2 terminals
a hub is not required. The 2 terminals are then
connected with a cross link cable.
34.3 Programming the LAN.
You need to set the number of terminals active in System parameter 78, and then for each terminal
individually set a unique terminal number in System parameter 16. The terminal numbers should start
with 1 and the maximum is 64.
34.4 Down loading files to an Individual register.
Files can be downloaded from any terminal to any other terminal. Enter the following command:
YYXX where YY indicates the register number added with 50 and XX the file number. The
downloading procedure starts with the DUMP –key, in the X, Z PGM or C position of the lock. The
DUMP -key is part of the system keyboard.
Example: 6102 DUMP downloads the department file to register 11 (61 = 50 + 11). File numbers are
the same as displayed in the programming window.
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User programming mode
System programming mode screen I
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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PLU
Department
Group
Modifier
Clerks
Tax
Time & date
Foreign currency
Receipt trailer
Receipt header
Slip header
PB# text strings
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Keyboard
Salesperson
Time zones
Discount
Condiment
PLU
Department
Group
Modifier
Clerks
Tax table
Time & date
Foreign currency
Receipt trailer
Receipt header
Slip header
PB# text string
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Keyboard
Salesperson
Time zones
Discount
Condiment
System text
Error message
Day text
Month text
Tendering
PO & RA
Corrections
System programming mode screen 2
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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26]
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Drawer text
PB# functions
Reports
System parameters
Hardware test
34.5 Down loading files to fixed number of registers.
Make sure the registers are numbered sequentially, use this command to download a file while
operators are working on the registers. The command is YYXX where YY indicates the number of
registers connected and XX is the file number Example: 601 DUMP will broadcast the PLU file to
register 1 through 6.During file transfer, the register on which the transfer was initiated will show the
register number addressed as well as the file record number in the display. " ZZ XXXXX" ZZ is the
register number and XXXXX is the record number. When the register has executed the command
it will print on the journal "PDUMP YYXX OKE #ZZ" in case there was no error and "PDUMP YYXX
TIME OUT #ZZ" in case there was an error. This line is printed for every register it has been sent to.
YYXX is the command entered and ZZ is the register number it has been sent to. In case a file is not
active in the application, it will not be sent. Sales data are not cleared when you sent a file to another
register.
When you are using RANDOM PLU numbers in the application the register will sent the UPDATE
record to the other register in case you are dumping the PLU file with the command for individual or
fixed number of registers (YY01). This means that in case a PLU is not present in the receiving
register it will not be created!! Only when it is present it will be updated. There are three special
commands:
YY00
YY98
This command will sent automatically all active files to the addressed register YY.
This command will sent the CLEAR PLU FILE command to the addressed register YY
in case Random Plu numbers are used in the application. Note the sales and inventory
data are cleared in the addressed register!!
YY99
this command will sent the complete PLU file to the addressed register, in case Random
Plu numbers are active. You must consider two things using this command:
Before you execute this command you MUST execute the command 105 on the TYPE key otherwise
the PLU's which are still in the UPDATE file are not sent!! Be sure the PLU file in the addressed
register is cleared. This can be done on the receiving terminal (entering 108 on the TYPE key) or use
the command YY98 to the transmitting register.
Note: When broadcasting system flags the flags related to the terminal number are not broadcast.
This includes terminal numbers, baud rates e. for RS-232 ports and printer assignments.
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34.6 Individual network report.
Network reports can be requested from any terminal with in the LAN. Enter the following command:
YYXX RPT where YY stands for the register number added with 50 and XX for the user report
number. Example: 6101 will take report 1 from register 11 (61 = 50 + 11)
34.7 Consolidate network report.
Make sure the registers are numbered sequentially, use this command to take a report while
operators are working on the registers. The command is YYXX RPT where YY indicates the number
of registers connected and XX is the user report number. Example: 601 RPT will take report 1 from
register 1 to 6.
Note: for system reports the entry is then as follows : YYXXXXX. YY S-RPT indicates the network
code as described above and XXXXX is the system report number.
Note: Printing reports on a shared journal printer.
The system supports this feature with some limitations. Z-reports programmed to print on the receipt
and journal can only be requested on a terminal to which the printer is connected. For X-reports this
is not necessary, and is only printed on a receipt printer. In real life this is acceptable as reports either
individual or consolidated are taken from a terminal that has the printer connected.
34.8 PB sharing.
The details posted to a PB are broadcast when they are registered and stored in the memory of each
individual terminal. This guarantees maximum security, as each individual terminal has a copy of the
bill. The Sensei is not based on a master/back-up master concept but a shared file concept.
As a hub is used the terminals are no longer capable to communicate with each other when the hub
fails. Although this is a rare occasion a master/master concept offers a much higher level of security.
In case of a master/back-up master concept the check details need to be requested each time a
check is opened. When the hub fails, cable is cut or loose bills can only be processed from either the
master or backup master, in our concept the bill is available from any terminal at any time.
When a faulty terminal has been repaired, it is necessary to restore the PB-files in this terminal. To
copy the data from a terminal into the repaired one the procedure is simple and straight forward, for
example to restore the PB-file in terminal 4 (repaired one) from terminal 2 (has the correct PB-file):
enter 9902 TEST on terminal number 4.
34.9 Clerk interrupt.
The details of the transaction for each clerk is transferred to the terminal on which the clerk signs on.
The ticket will travel across the LAN with the clerk.
34.10 Printer sharing.
Any printer can be shared among terminals, with this feature several terminals can use one receipt
printer, this printer is then shared among these terminals. There are some limitations with the slip
printers. Printing on a shared slip printer is different from a non-shared slip printer. With a non-shared
slip printer, data is printed immediately. With a shared printer, data is sent to the printer when the slip
is set COMPULSORY in the print layout of the function. When set compulsory the register will select
the slip, and sent the data to the printer and assumes that the paper is already inserted. When not
inserted the SLIP light on the PRINTER will start flashing and the printer will wait until the paper is
inserted. Please note that in this case you MUST insert a paper because the printer will wait forever.
NOTE: with printer sharing the maximum terminals in the LAN is limited to 24
34.11 Alternative remote printer selection.
Data for remote printers is send when the transaction is finalised. In case of a printer error the system
will immediately signal an error condition and activate the programmed alternative remote printer. A
message is displayed to indicate the re routing has been activated. This message is displayed for
each transaction. This message makes it easier for the operator to locate the faulty printer.
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System message 49 for KP-1 to 56 for
KP-8
Re routing is system message 31
To is system message 39
System message 82 for KP-1 to 89 for
KP-9
Mon 28 Feb 2000
RG RON 11:28:54
TABLE 12
Total
0,00
1 Onion soup
6,50
1 Tomato soup
3,50
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Ordered
10,00
Balance
10,00
=====================================================
Re-routing
To
John
* KITCHEN PRINTER*
* BAR PRINTER
Error on KP 2
The system is auto-healing meaning for each new transaction the system will first try the
programmed routing, when the printer responds the system will automatically turn back to this printer.
To indicate the default printer selection is active, a message will be displayed once.
System message 49 for KP-1 to 56 for
KP-8
Special caption 51
TABLE 12
Total
Mon 28 Feb 2000
10,00 RG RON 11:28:54
1 Onion soup
6,50
1 Tomato soup
3,50
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Ordered
10,00
Balance
10,00
====================================================
KITCHEN PRINTER
John
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34.12 Network errors.
In case of network errors the operating system will signal these to the operator in the following
format:
NETWORK ERROR !
R#XX P#YYXX indicates the terminal number which doesn’t respond;
YY indicates the type of error.
YY
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
Message
Cannot open a PB# on the addressed terminal
Cannot print on RS-232 port 1 on the addressed terminal
Cannot print on RS-232 port 2 on the addressed terminal
Cannot print on RS-232 port 3 on the addressed terminal
Cannot print on RS-232 port 4 on the addressed terminal
Cannot print on RS-232 port 5 on the addressed terminal
Cannot print on RS-232 port 6 on the addressed terminal
Cannot print on RS-232 port 3 on the addressed terminal
Cannot close a PB# on the addressed terminal
Cannot post an item to a PB# on the addressed terminal
When a terminal is switched off all others can no longer communicate with this terminal. In a system
with floating PB#’s and 2 terminals numbered #1 and #2. When on terminal number 2 the waiter tries
to open a PB#, the display will show:
NETWORK ERROR !
R#01 P#00
The error tone is off, and the operator can continue to register the items. The display will continue
to show the message until the register is back on line. A faulty register doesn’t stop the operation of
other
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35 System parameters.
Enter 28 on the Type-key. The system supports 150 flags with 8 options per flag, each flag activates
or de-activates a certain option. The OPT-key toggles the status of each flag. Each line shows the
value of the options activated in YYY
System parameters
Flag
Flag
Flag
Flag
Flag
Flag
Flag
Flag
Flag
Flag
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
(YYY)
(YYY)
(YYY)
(YYY)
(YYY)
(YYY)
(YYY)
(YYY)
(YYY)
(YYY)
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
Note: An * left from the option indicates
that this option is active
Parameter 1
Value
1
1
X
X
X
X
X
1
1
2
2
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
3
4
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
Flag number
4 5 6
8 16 32
X X X
X X 1
X 1 X
1 X X
X X X
X X X
X X X
7
64
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
8
128
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Parameter 2
Value
1
1
X
X
X
X
2
2
X
X
X
X
3
4
X
X
X
X
Flag number
4 5 6
8 16 32
X X X
X X X
X X 1
X 1 X
7
64
X
1
X
X
8
128
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
1
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
1
X
2
2
X
3
4
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
1
X
Parameter 3
Value
Parameter 4
Value
1
1
X
1
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Amount print 1,000
Amount print 1,000
Amount print 1.000,00
Amount print 1,000.00
Amount print 1.000,000
Amount print 1,000.000
Amount print 1.000,0
Amount print 1,000
Suppress time on R/J
Suppress date on R/J
Suppress clerk print on R/J/Slip
Suppress location and terminal number on
R/J/Slip
Suppress receipt# on R/J/Slip
Print time & date double height
Print receipt # double height
Print a point instead of a comma for the fraction
Flag number
4 5 6 7 8
8 16 32 64 128
X X 1 X X
Print items on remote printer in the sequence
they are entered
X X 1 X X X
Reset salesperson to 1
X 1 X X X X
Receipt trailer in double height
1 X X X X X
Receipt header in double height
X X X X X X
Dutch rounding
X X X X X X
AM/PM instead of 24 hour system
2
2
1
X
3
4
X
X
Flag number
4 5 6
8 16 32
X X X
X X X
Version 0.5 March 29, 2001
7
64
X
X
8
128
X
YYYY MM DD
X
MM DD YYYY
Page: 58
Parameter 5
Value
Parameter 6
Value
Parameter 7
Value
X
X
X
1
1
X
2
2
X
3
4
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
1
X
K.I.S Operating system
X X X X
DD MM YYYY
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7 8
8 16 32 64 128
X X X X 1
Not allowed to select a different sales person
inside the transaction
X X X X 1 X
Sales person selection compulsory
X X X 1 X X
Item discount & sub total discount combined in
one key
X X 1 X X X
Future use
X 1 X X X X
Don’t print report data and boot-up data on
journal at power up
1 X X X X X
Suppress PLU# printed on PLU report
X X X X X X
Future use
X X X X X X
Disable key tone
1
1
X
X
2
2
X
X
Flag number
3 4 5 6
4 8 16 32
X X X X
X X X X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
2
2
Flag number
3 4 5 6 7 8
4 8 16 32 64 128
1
1
7
64
X
1
8
128
1
Skip zero totals on a PLU-report
X
Print the PLU report sorted according to the
department link. The report starts with the PLU’s
linked to department number 1 etc.
Print number of items on the remote printer
tickets
German magazine decoding
PO/RA don’t add in the tendering key, used to
finalise the PO/RA transaction.
If set the yearly total sales counter is never reset,
you may use this as a NRGT
Unlimited copies of the receipt ticket. Each time
the subttl key is pressed a copy of the ticket is
printed.
Print number of items registered during the
transaction on the receipt
Number of lines to skip from the start of the slip
paper
Parameter 8
Value
1
1
2
2
3
4
Flag number
4 5 6 7 8
8 16 32 64 128
Version 0.5 March 29, 2001
Page: 59
K.I.S Operating system
Maximum number of lines that fit on a slip paper.
If the maximum number of lines is reached the
operator is prompted to enter a new page, and
printing continues. A subttl amount is printed on
each page and a page number,
Parameter 9
Value
1
1
2
2
3
4
Flag number
4 5 6 7 8
8 16 32 64 128
Future use
Parameter 10
Value
Parameter 11
Value
Flag number
4 5 6
8 16 32
X X X
X X X
X X 1
1
1
X
X
X
2
2
X
X
X
3
4
X
X
X
7
64
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
1
2
2
3
4
8
128
1
Future use
X
Training clerks are printed on the clerk report
X
First 4 locations of the clerk name are a numeric
password
X
Print the clerk number when a clerk is allowed to
change inside the transaction
X
Finalise a transaction when the clerk removes the
key from the lock. In case of a PB# transaction
the first record in the PB-file is activated, with all
other transaction the first record in the tendering
file.
X
Clerks cannot be changed inside a transaction
X
The clerk who starts the PB#, must also finalise
(i.e. settle) that PB#
X
Compulsory clerk selection
Flag number
4 5 6 7 8
8 16 32 64 128
First ascii character prefix for Amt in the local
currency
Parameter 12
Value
1
1
2
2
3
4
Flag number
4 5 6 7 8
8 16 32 64 128
Second ascii character prefix for Amt in the local
currency
Flag number
1
2
3
4 5 6
Parameter 13
Value
1 2 4 8 16 32
X X X X X X
X X X X X 1
X X X X 1 X
X X X 1 X X
Max number of X X
cars in a lane
Version 0.5 March 29, 2001
7
64
1
X
X
X
X
8
128
X
X
X
X
X
Drive through system if on
Future use
Future use
Future use
Don’t print PLU price on a PLU report
Page: 60
X
X
Parameter 14
Value
1
1
2
2
3
4
K.I.S Operating system
X X X
X X X
Flag number
4 5 6 7 8
8 16 32 64 128
Print VAT details
Parameter 15
Value
1
1
2
2
3
4
Flag number
4 5 6 7 8
8 16 32 64 128
Location number printed on tickets and slip.
Parameter 16
Value
1
1
2
2
3
4
Flag number
4 5 6 7 8
8 16 32 64 128
Register number printed on tickets and slip. This
number is also used for the register number on
the LAN. This must be a sequential number
between 1 and 64. Set to 0 if the LAN is not
active.
Parameter 17
Value
Parameter 18
Value
Parameter 19
Value
Flag number
4 5 6 7 8
8 16 32 64 128
X X X X X
When the subttl key is pressed, the copy receipt
is printed on slip printer
X X X X X X
When the subttl key is pressed, the copy receipt
is printed on receipt and journal printer
1
1
X
2
2
1
3
4
X
1
X
1
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
2
2
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
3
4
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
Flag number
4 5 6
8 16 32
X X X
X X X
X X 1
X 1 X
1 X X
X X X
X X X
X X X
1
1
X
X
2
2
X
X
3
4
X
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
8 16 32 64
X X X X
X X
Version 0.5 March 29, 2001
7
64
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
8
128
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Future use
Future use
Future use
Future use
Future use
Future use
Future use
Future use
8
128
1
Future use
X
0 0 time calculation not active
0 1 time calculation in minutes
1 0 time calculation in hours
1 1 time calculation in days
when active the time at which the PB# was
opened is stored for each PB#. When the check
is printed the elapsed time is calculated, and
multiplied by the same PLU# as the PB#.
Page: 61
Parameter 20
Value
Parameter 21
Value
K.I.S Operating system
X X X
If set receipt numbers don’t increment with a PB
X X X
Fast check out if set, otherwise you will need to
program a checks paid function to be able to
settle a guest check
X X X X
Check number system instead of preprogrammed PB-numbers.
X X X X
If set display PB amount, otherwise PB number
X X X X
Compulsory PB# selection
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
1
X
X
X
1
X
X
1
1
X
X
X
X
X
1
1
X
X
X
X
2
2
X
X
X
X
3
4
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
1
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
1
1
2
2
3
4
Flag number
4 5 6
8 16 32
X X X
X X X
X X 1
X 1 X
7
64
X
1
X
X
8
128
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
System generates check numbers
Future use
Send PB# details to computer with a PB report
Decode from a barcode an account number. The
barcode must start with 99.
Don’t print items on the bill with a zero amount
Print new balance each time
Use of bill compulsory after the bill has been
printed
Reprint bill only in MG-position
Flag number
4 5 6 7 8
8 16 32 64 128
Computer port number
Parameter 22
Value
Parameter 23
Value
1
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
2
2
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
3
4
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
Flag number
4 5 6
8 16 32
X X X
X X X
X X 1
X 1 X
1 X X
X X X
X X X
X X X
7
64
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
8
128
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Future use
Future use
Future use
Future use
Future use
Future use
Future use
Future use
1
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
2
2
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
3
4
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
Flag number
4 5 6
8 16 32
X X X
X X X
X X 1
X 1 X
1 X X
X X X
X X X
X X X
7
64
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
8
128
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Future use
Future use
Future use
Future use
Future use
Future use
Future use
Future use
Version 0.5 March 29, 2001
Page: 62
K.I.S Operating system
Flag number
3 4 5 6 7 8
4 8 16 32 64 128
X X X X X 1
Future use
X X X X 1 X
Print PLU inventory in quantity on plu report
X X X 1 X X
Article level key works on departments
X X 1 X X X
Article level on PLU# key
X 1 X X X X
Instore marking. Format 21RRRRRAAAAAC
RRRRR article number (random)
AAAAA amount
C
check digit
1 X X X X X
Future use
X X X X X X
Article shift returns to level 0 after the transaction
X X X X X X
Article shift returns to level 0 unless the article is
repeated
1
1
X
X
X
X
X
2
2
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
1
X
1
1
X
2
2
X
X
X
X
X
Note: if non of X
these bits, print X
PLU descriptor
1
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7 8
8 16 32 64 128
X X X X 1
Compulsory to use the multiply key to register
multiple units on a preset PLU key.
X X X X 1 X
Future use
X X X 1 X X
Future use
X X 1 X X X
Future use
X 1 X X X X
Future use
1 X X X X X
Print department name the PLU is linked to
X X X X X X
Print PLU descriptor
X X X X X X
Print PLU#
1
1
X
X
X
X
2
2
X
X
X
X
3
4
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
1
X
X
1
X
X
Parameter 24
Value
Parameter 25
Value
Parameter 26
Value
Parameter 27
Baurate
0 = 1.200
1 = 2.400
2 = 4.800
3 = 9.600
4 = 19.200
5 = 38.400
3
4
X
Flag number
4 5 6
8 16 32
X X X
X X X
X X 1
X 1 X
7
64
X
1
X
X
8
128
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Flag number
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Word size
Baudrate
8
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Word & Parity and stop bits
1 = 8 data, no parity, 1 stop
2 = 8 data, no parity, 2 stop
3 = 8 data, even parity, 1 stop
4 = 8 data, even parity, 2 stop
5 = 8 data, odd parity, 1 stop
6 = 8 data, odd parity, 2 stop
Version 0.5 March 29, 2001
Future use
Print and calculate foreign currency 2
Print and calculate foreign currency 1
Use a modifier text string starting with a %
character to recall a random plu from the file.
This to program preset random numbers.
Future use
Future use
Future use
Future use
Settings RS-232 port 1
7 = 7 data, no parity, 1 stop
8 = 7 data, no parity, 2 stop
9 = 7 data, even parity, 1 stop
10 = 7 data, even parity, 2 stop
11 = 7 data, odd parity, 1 stop
12 = 7 data, odd parity, 2 stop
Page: 63
Parameter 28
Parameter 29
Parameter 30
Value
Parameter 31
Value
Parameter 32
K.I.S Operating system
Flag number
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Word size
Baudrate
Settings RS-232 port 2
Flag number
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Word size
Baudrate
1
1
X
8
Settings RS-232 port 3
Flag number
4 5 6 7 8
8 16 32 64 128
X X X X 1
Left margin on slip printer.
2
2
X
3
4
X
1
1
X
X
X
X
X
2
2
X
X
X
X
X
Flag number
3 4 5 6
4 8 16 32
X X X X
X X X X
X X X 1
X X 1 X
X 1 X X
X X X
1
2
3
7
64
X
1
X
X
X
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
8
128
1
X
X
X
X
X
Future use
Future use
Scanner doesn’t feature RTS/CTS
French magazine decoding
Scanner doesn’t transmit a prefix
Scanner connected to port 1 through 7.
8
Slip printer type
Parameter 33
1
2
3
Flag number
4 5 6 7
8
Port to which the slip printer is connected
Parameter 34
Value
Flag number
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 4 8 16 32
X X X X X X
X X X X X X
X X X X X 1
X X X X 1 X
Character set X X
for
Epson X X
printers.
X X
X X
Version 0.5 March 29, 2001
7
64
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
8
128
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Page: 64
Parameter 35
Value
KP-1
Parameter 36
Value
KP-1
Parameter 37
Value
KP-1
Parameter 38
Value
KP-2
Parameter 39
Value
1
1
X
X
2
2
X
X
X
X
X
X
K.I.S Operating system
Flag number
3 4 5 6 7 8
4 8 16 32 64 128
X X X X X 1
Single ticket but consolidate same items
X X X X 1 X
Single ticket for every item if OFF even for the
same items
X X X 1 X X
Print the total amount for the printed item, with
system message 59
X X 1 X X X
Print a line in between items
X X X X
X X X X
1 2 3
1 2 4
Port #
Flag number
4 5 6 7 8
1 2 4 8 16
Terminal number
RS-232 port (max 7) on terminal number (max
24) this printer is connected to. Terminal number
is 0 for this terminal.
Flag number
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 4 8 16 32
X X X X X X
X X X X X X
X X X X X 1
X X X X 1 X
Alternative KP X X
selection
X X
X X
X X
7
64
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
8
128
1
Print characters NOT in double height
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
If 0 no alternative KP is selected
Flag number
4 5 6
8 16 32
X X X
X X X
7
64
X
1
8
128
1
Single ticket but consolidate same items
X
Single ticket for every item if OFF even for the
same items
X
Print the total amount for the printed item, with
system message 59
X
Print a line in between items
X
X
X
1
1
X
X
2
2
X
X
3
4
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
1
2
2
3
4
Flag number
4 5 6 7
1 2 4 8
Version 0.5 March 29, 2001
8
16
Page: 65
KP-2
Parameter 40
Value
KP-3
Parameter 41
Value
KP-3
Parameter 42
Value
KP-3
Parameter 43
Value
KP-3
Parameter 44
Value
KP-4
K.I.S Operating system
Terminal number
RS-232 port (max 7) on terminal number (max
24) this printer is connected to. Terminal number
is 0 for this terminal.
Port #
Flag number
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 4 8 16 32
X X X X X X
X X X X X X
X X X X X 1
X X X X 1 X
Alternative KP X X
selection
X X
X X
X X
7
64
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
8
128
1
Print characters NOT in double height
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
If 0 no alternative KP is selected
Flag number
4 5 6
8 16 32
X X X
X X X
7
64
X
1
8
128
1
Single ticket but consolidate same items
X
Single ticket for every item if OFF even for the
same items
X
Print the total amount for the printed item, with
system message 59
X
Print a line in between items
X
X
X
1
1
X
X
2
2
X
X
3
4
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1 2 3
1 2 4
Port #
Flag number
4 5 6 7 8
1 2 4 8 16
Terminal number
Flag number
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 4 8 16 32
X X X X X X
X X X X X X
X X X X X 1
X X X X 1 X
Alternative KP X X
selection
X X
X X
X X
1
1
X
2
2
X
3
4
X
7
64
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
RS-232 port (max 7) on terminal number (max
24) this printer is connected to. Terminal number
is 0 for this terminal.
8
128
1
Print characters NOT in double height
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
If 0 no alternative KP is selected
Flag number
4 5 6 7 8
8 16 32 64 128
X X X X 1
Single ticket but consolidate same items
Version 0.5 March 29, 2001
Page: 66
Parameter 45
Value
KP-4
Parameter 46
Value
KP-4
Parameter 47
Value
KP-5
Parameter 48
Value
KP-5
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
1 2 3
1 2 4
Port #
K.I.S Operating system
X 1 X
Single ticket for every item if OFF even for the
same items
1 X X
Print the total amount for the printed item, with
system message 59
X X X
Print a line in between items
X X X
X X X
X X X
Flag number
4 5 6 7 8
1 2 4 8 16
Terminal number
RS-232 port (max 7) on terminal number (max
24) this printer is connected to. Terminal number
is 0 for this terminal.
Flag number
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 4 8 16 32
X X X X X X
X X X X X X
X X X X X 1
X X X X 1 X
Alternative KP X X
selection
X X
X X
X X
7
64
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
8
128
1
Print characters NOT in double height
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
If 0 no alternative KP is selected
Flag number
4 5 6
8 16 32
X X X
X X X
7
64
X
1
8
128
1
Single ticket but consolidate same items
X
Single ticket for every item if OFF even for the
same items
X
Print the total amount for the printed item, with
system message 59
X
Print a line in between items
X
X
X
1
1
X
X
2
2
X
X
3
4
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1 2 3
1 2 4
Port #
Flag number
4 5 6 7 8
1 2 4 8 16
Terminal number
Version 0.5 March 29, 2001
RS-232 port (max 7) on terminal number (max
24) this printer is connected to. Terminal number
is 0 for this terminal.
Page: 67
Parameter 49
Value
KP-5
Parameter 50
Value
KP-6
Parameter 51
Value
KP-6
Parameter 52
Value
KP-6
Parameter 53
Value
KP-7
K.I.S Operating system
Flag number
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1 2 4 8 16 32 64 128
X X X X X X X 1
Print characters NOT in double height
X X X X X X 1 X
X X X X X 1 X X
X X X X 1 X X X
Alternative KP X X X X
selection
X X X X
X X X X
X X X X
If 0 no alternative KP is selected
Flag number
4 5 6
8 16 32
X X X
X X X
1
1
X
X
2
2
X
X
3
4
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1 2 3
1 2 4
Port #
7
64
X
1
8
128
1
Single ticket but consolidate same items
X
Single ticket for every item if OFF even for the
same items
X
Print the total amount for the printed item, with
system message 59
X
Print a line in between items
X
X
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7 8
1 2 4 8 16
Terminal number
RS-232 port (max 7) on terminal number (max
24) this printer is connected to. Terminal number
is 0 for this terminal.
Flag number
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 4 8 16 32
X X X X X X
X X X X X X
X X X X X 1
X X X X 1 X
Alternative KP X X
selection
X X
X X
X X
7
64
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
8
128
1
Print characters NOT in double height
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
If 0 no alternative KP is selected
Flag number
4 5 6
8 16 32
X X X
X X X
7
64
X
1
8
128
1
Single ticket but consolidate same items
X
Single ticket for every item if OFF even for the
same items
X
Print the total amount for the printed item, with
system message 59
X
Print a line in between items
1
1
X
X
2
2
X
X
3
4
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
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X
X
X
Parameter 54
Value
KP-7
Parameter 55
Value
KP-7
Parameter 56
Value
KP-8
1 2 3
1 2 4
Port #
K.I.S Operating system
X X X
X X X
X X X
Flag number
4 5 6 7 8
1 2 4 8 16
Terminal number
RS-232 port (max 7) on terminal number (max
24) this printer is connected to. Terminal number
is 0 for this terminal.
Flag number
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 2 4 8 16 32
X X X X X X
X X X X X X
X X X X X 1
X X X X 1 X
Alternative KP X X
selection
X X
X X
X X
7
64
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
8
128
1
Print characters NOT in double height
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
If 0 no alternative KP is selected
Flag number
4 5 6
8 16 32
X X X
X X X
7
64
X
1
8
128
1
Single ticket but consolidate same items
X
Single ticket for every item if OFF even for the
same items
X
Print the total amount for the printed item, with
system message 59
X
Print a line in between items
X
X
X
1
1
X
X
2
2
X
X
3
4
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Parameter 57
Value
KP-8
1 2 3
1 2 4
Port #
Flag number
4 5 6 7 8
1 2 4 8 16
Terminal number
Parameter 58
Value
KP-8
1
1
X
X
X
Flag number
4 5 6
8 16 32
X X X
X X X
X X 1
2
2
X
X
X
3
4
X
X
X
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7
64
X
1
X
RS-232 port (max 7) on terminal number (max
24) this printer is connected to. Terminal number
is 0 for this terminal.
8
128 Print characters NOT in double height
1
X
X
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X X X X 1
Alternative KP X
selection
X
X
X
Parameter 59
Parameter 60
Parameter 61
Parameter 62
Parameter 63
Parameter 64
K.I.S Operating system
X X X
X X X
X X X
X X X
X X X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
1
X
2
X
3
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
1
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Print only the last 2 digits of the receipt number
on remote printer.
Print PB text on receipt and remote printer
Enter modifier before PLU, PLU must be single
ticket
Reduced length receipt header with normal
transactions and full length with print bill
Print PLU# on remote printer
Print price on KP (requires also flag 59-1)
Alternative remote print format (requires also flag
59-1
Print amount on remote printer
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
2
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
3
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
Flag number
4 5 6
X X X
X X X
X X 1
X 1 X
1 X X
X X X
X X X
X X X
7
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
8
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Future use
Future use
Future use
Future use
Future use
Future use
Future use
Future use
1
X
2
X
3
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
8
X
Future use
1
X
2
X
3
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
8
X
Future use
1
X
2
X
3
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
8
X
Future use
1
X
X
X
X
2
X
X
X
X
3
X
X
X
X
Flag number
4 5 6
X X X
X X X
X X 1
X 1 X
7
X
1
X
X
8
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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8
1
Dutch rounding on sales amount
Norwegian rounding on total amount only
Danish rounding on total amount only
French rounding on multiplication, tax and
percentage discount
French rounding on total amount only
Swiss rounding on multiplication, tax and
percentage discount
Swiss rounding on total amount only
Input masking
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Parameter 65
1
2
3
Flag number
4 5 6 7
8
Receipt printer type
Parameter 66
1
2
3
Flag number
4 5 6 7
8
RS-232 port for receipt printer
Parameter 67
Parameter 68
1
X
1
2
X
3
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
8
X
2
Flag number
3 4 5 6 7
8
Future use
Journal printer type
Parameter 69
1
2
3
Flag number
4 5 6 7
8
RS-232 port for journal printer
Parameter 70
Parameter 71
1
X
2
X
3
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
8
X
1
2
3
Flag number
4 5 6 7
8
Future use
Header font
Parameter 72
1
2
3
Flag number
4 5 6 7
8
Trailer font
Parameter 73
1
2
3
Flag number
4 5 6 7
8
Functions font
Parameter 74
1
2
3
Flag number
4 5 6 7
8
Article font
Parameter 75
1
2
3
Flag number
4 5 6 7
8
Information font
Parameter 76
1
X
X
X
X
2
X
X
X
X
3
X
X
X
X
Flag number
4 5 6
X X X
X X X
X X 1
X 1 X
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X
1
X
X
8
1
X
X
X
Future use
Future use
Future use
Print unit price on the same line as the
descriptor. Also flags 1 & 2 of this parameter
must be set
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Parameter 77
Parameter 78
Parameter 79
K.I.S Operating system
X X X Increment receipt number with each receipt
issued and not at the start of the transaction
X X X X Don’t print the report on the journal
X X X X Quantity on the same line as the item
X X X X Don’t print multiply details
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
1
X
1
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
2
X
3
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
8
X
Future use
1
X
2
X
3
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
8
X
Future use
1
2
3
Flag number
4 5 6 7
8
Number of terminals connected on the LAN,
maximum is 64
Parameter 80
Parameter 81
Parameter 82
Parameter 83
Parameter 84
Parameter 85
1
X
2
X
3
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
8
X
Future use
1
X
2
X
3
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
8
X
Future use
1
X
2
X
3
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
8
X
Future use
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
2
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
3
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
Flag number
4 5 6
X X X
X X X
X X 1
X 1 X
1 X X
X X X
X X X
7
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
8
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
Future use
Future use
Future use
Future use
Future use
Auto Copy PB bill
Set the quantity counter for this item to 0,5 when
a price shift 2 is activated.
Future use
1
X
2
X
3
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
8
X
Future use
1
X
2
X
3
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
8
X
Future use
8
X
Future use
X
X
X
Flag number
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
X X X X X X X
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Parameter 87
1
2
3
Flag number
4 5 6 7
8
RS-232 port to which the printer is connected
which will fire the drawer.
Parameter 88
Parameter 89
Parameter 90
Parameter 91
Parameter 92
Parameter 93
Parameter 94
Parameter 95
1
X
2
X
3
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
8
X
Future use
1
X
2
X
3
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
8
X
Future use
1
X
2
X
3
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
8
X
RS-232 port used with the handheld
1
X
2
X
3
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
8
X
Future use
1
X
2
X
3
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
8
X
Future use
1
X
X
2
X
X
3
X
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
X X X 1
8
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
1
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Future use
With the drawer report include the programmed
decimal point position
Standard yearly total sales is used as a non reset
grand total counter.
Print a subtotal ticket on journal with floating
clerks
Print a subtotal ticket on receipt with floating
clerks
KP tickets are printed sorted by department
Internal use only
Window stay down on PLU & Modifier screens
1
X
2
X
3
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
8
X
Port number for swipe card reader.
1
2
3
Flag number
4 5 6 7
8
Third ascii character prefix for Amt in the local
currency
Parameter 96
Flag number
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Word size
Baudrate
Flag number
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8
Settings RS-232 port 4 for programming refer to
Systemparameter 27.
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Parameter 97
Parameter 98
Parameter 99
Parameter 100
Parameter 101
Parameter 102
Parameter 103
Parameter 104
Parameter 105
Parameter 106
1 2 3 4
Word size
K.I.S Operating system
5 6 7 8
Baudrate
Settings RS-232 port 5 for programming refer to
Systemparameter 27.
Flag number
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Word size
Baudrate
8
Flag number
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Word size
Baudrate
8
Settings RS-232 port 6 for programming refer to
Systemparameter 27.
Settings RS-232 port 7 for programming refer to
Systemparameter 27.
1
X
1
2
1
X
3
X
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
X X X X
8
X
X
1
X
2
X
3
1
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
8
X
X
1
1
X
X
X
1
X
X
1
2
X
1
X
3
1
X
X
Flag number
4 5 6
X X X
X X X
X X X
1
X
2
X
1
X
Do not re-route remote printers
The receipt header is also printed on the journal
X
X
X
X
for tables bigger than 100, Plu PriceLevel is
shifted by 1
Future use
Print/Display tax status after each item
7
X
X
X
8
X
X
X
Mobba scale (Portugal)
Ipesa scale (Portugal)
Epelsa scale (Spain)
3
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
8
X
Future use
2
X
3
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
8
X
Future use
1
X
2
X
3
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X X
8
X
Future use
1
X
2
X
3
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
X X X 1
8
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
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X
X
X
X
New PbInvoice number. 1000 numbers reserved,
beside Amt stored also number of table or “direct
sales” message if used.
Plu print option decide if Plu should be printed or
not rather than Pb print options.
Receipt number is printed in bold characters at
the end of the header of the receipt, with special
caption 54
Modifier 1 printed after plu which tax is shifted
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Parameter 107
8
2
1
Parameter 108
Parameter 109
K.I.S Operating system
X X X Multiply the price with 100 for barcode tickets,
printed by the scale.
X X X X Activate Danish character set for display
X X X X Fixed decimal point.
X
X
1
X
X
X
1
1
X
X
X
X
X
1
X
X
X
1
2
X
X
1
X
3
X
1
X
X
1
X
2
1
Flag number
4 5 6
1 X X
X X X
X X X
X X X
Flag number
3 4 5 6
X X X X
1
X
X
1
2
3
7
X
X
X
X
8
X
X
X
X
7
X
8
X
X
X
Flag number
4 5 6 7
8
X
X
X
Print Direct Sales Invoice on Slip
Future use
Print Direct Sales Invoice on Receipt
Print Direct Sales Invoice on Journal
Send commands as programmed in system
message 90 to the modem (set also flag 1)
Modem connected to the Sensei, same port as is
used for computer connection
Future use
Parameter 110
1
2
3
Flag number
4 5 6 7
8
Future use
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31
Type of remote printers.
Model
Not active
Epson TM-300
Epson TM-60
Epson TM-80
Citizen IDP3541F
Future use
Citizen CBM-262
Epson TM-H5000
Samsung SRP-100
Epson TM-375
Axiohm APOS
Axiohm 7156
Epson TM-U950
CitizenCBM 230/231
Citizen IDP3210
Samsung SRP-300
Type
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Remarks
Compatible with Epson TM-300, with different drawer open command
Select type 7 for slip printer.
Requires ROM version 1.2 in the printer. Otherwise select TM-80.
Select type 8 for slip printer
Only DS2-6 must be on Select type 9 for slip printer
Set to 44 columns
Compatible with Epson TM-80 cannot print the logo, unless the
correct eprom (version 1.14) is installed in the printer.
32 Rounding.
The OS supports the following kinds of rounding:
32.1 Swiss rounding.
Swiss rounding, last digit on amounts either 0 1 or 2 rounded down to 0. Digits 3 4 5 6 or 7 rounded
down to 5. Digits 8 and 9 rounded up.
32.2 French rounding.
French rounding, last digit on amounts 1 2 3 4 5 rounded to 5. Digits 6 7 8 9 rounded to 10.
32.3 Danish rounding.
Danish rounding, last 2 digits 00 to 12 rounded down to 00, 13 to 37 rounded down to 25, 38 to 62
rounded to 50, digits 63 to 87 rounded to 75 and 88 to 99 rounded to 100.
32.4 Norwegian rounding.
Norwegian rounding is done on the last two digits. 00 to 24 rounded to 00, 25 to 74 rounded to 50
and last two digits 75 to 99 rounded to 100
32.5 Dutch rounding.
Is done on the last digit. 1 -- 4 round down to 00 last digit 5 -- 9 round-up.
32.6 Always round-up.
Total amount is always rounded-up if the last digit is not 0
33 Input masking.
If active the last digit (amounts only) entered must either be 0 or 5. Any other will result in
errormessage#1 "INVALID ENTRY"
34 Keyboard functions.
All keys programmed with the last 2 digits as 00 can be used as a look-up key. For example an entry
on a key programmed as 900 (tendering function), will select that record with-in the tendering file.
This might be useful to recall tendering functions not used very frequently, to enter an amount press
the X key first and then the record number required. To recall records press the key without entry.
This will display all records in the file. For example 900 will list all programmed tendering functions.
This procedure works on all functions in the same way. Except on a department the amount is
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key is programmed as 10000, to enter quantities use the multiply function, followed by the PLU# to
be recalled press the PLU#.
34.1 Digits.
These keys are not programmable via the keyboard.
34.2 Modifier group list
These keys list a predefined number of modifiers.
34.3 Condiment group list
These keys list a predefined number of condiments.
34.4 Decimal point key.
This key is used to enter decimal quantities. Keycode 0046
34.5 Correction functions.
The type of correction is programmed in the correction file. Paragraph:27, page: 39 discusses the
various options. Keycode 0300
34.6 Foreign currency function.
Refer to paragraph 10 page 25 for the various options. Keycode 0400
34.7 Discount function.
Paragraph 22, page: 32discusses the various options. Keycode 0500
34.8 Read in Drawer totalizer.
This key will report the data as stored in the registers memory for the record number as programmed
in the function Keycode 0600
34.9 No sale key.
This key will open the drawer. To count the number of times the no sale function was used you need
to program a read drawer totalizer key.
34.10 PB-number key.
This key will select a function from the PB-file. Paragraph 29, page:42 discusses the various options.
Keycode 0700
34.11 PO & RA number key.
This key will select a paid-out or received on account function. Paragraph 26, page:38 discusses the
various options. Keycode 0800
34.12 Tendering number key.
This key will select a tendering function. Paragraph 0, page: 0 discusses the various options.Pre-set
tender Pre-set tender keys enable easy entry of predefined amounts on the Cash key. The operating
system will consider the amount on the first record in the Tender file. This should be the Cash key.
The preset amounts are programmable. Keycode 0900
34.13 Modifier number key.
This key will select a modifier. Paragraph 19, page: 19 discusses the various options. Keycode 1000
34.14 Plu price shift level 1.
This key will select the next sales price of the item. It will print the same descriptor, link to the same
department adds into the same report counters, inventory (if active) as level 0 of the item. This key
precedes either a preset plu-key of the PLU# key. If a price level is not programmed but referred to,
it will result in an invalid entry error message. Keycode 2011
34.15 Plu price shift level 2.
As level 1 selects the second price-level within the PLU-structure. Keycode 2012
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34.16 Plu price shift level 3.
As level 1 only the third price-level within the PLU-structure. Keycode 2013
34.17 Plu price shift level 4.
As level 1 only the fourth price-level within the PLU-structure. Keycode 2014
34.18 Condiment level 1.
This key will select price level 1 of a condiment plu, the price stored in price level 1 is added to the
amount of the main plu. Paragraph 34,page 34discusses the condiment functions available.
34.19 Condiment level 2.
This key will select price level 1 of a condiment plu, the price stored in price level 1 is subtracted from
the amount of the main plu.
34.20 PLU article shift level 1.
This key precedes either a preset plu-key or the PLU# key. It will add 1 to the number referred to by
the preset-key, or entered on the PLU#-key. As a result it will select the next entry in the file, and will
use all programming for that PLU#. The system features to keep the same descriptor for each article
level but maintain report counters per article shift level. Keycode 2021
34.21 PLU article shift level 2.
As level 1 but adds 2. Keycode 2022
34.22 PLU article shift level 3.
As level 1 but add 3. Keycode 2023
34.23 PLU article shift level 4.
As level 1 but adds 4. Keycode 2014
Note: The display indicates the active article shift or price shift. The OS supports a descriptor for
each shift level that can be printed. If the shift function is used to select ½ (for example half pint, half
a loaf of bread etc) set SystemFlag 83 value to 2. This will then select a different price and register
a quantity of 0,5.
34.24 List key.
Keycode 2030 this key will list all items linked to the department number entered on this key.
34.25 Number print.
This key prints the entered number on Receipt/Journal and if a slip printer is connected also on the
slip. If activated in combination with PB#, the entered number is stored. Keycode 2034
34.26 Permanent tax shift.
This key can only be activated at the start of the transaction and will shift tax status 1 to tax 2 and
tax 3 to tax 4. Note that when CLEAR is pressed after the tax shift key is activated the inversion is
disabled. Once the transaction is started the tax-status remains active until the transaction is
finalised. Keycode 2035
34.27 Temporary tax shift.
This key will shift the tax status 1 to tax 2 and tax 3 to tax 4 but only for 1 registration within the
transaction. The original tax status is restored even when the same item is repeated. Keycode
2036.
Note: The key stored the tax itemizers addressed. This will override the tax selection as set in the
PLU-file. Modifier 1 will automatically be printed (also on remote printers) if Systemparameter 106
(value 8 option 4) is set. This to indicate a TAKE-OUT item to the preparation area.
34.28 Clerk number key.
A number must be entered on this key. Paragraph, 20 page:20 discusses the various options for the
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clerks. A secret clerk number can be set, refer to paragraph 8.10 page: 21. Keycode 3000
34.29 PLU preset key.
The open PLU-key is Keycode 10000 to program a preset plu key keycode is 10XXXX. XXXX is
the record number in the PLU-file. To program preset keys with random numbers program these
keys as a preset modifier key. The text for this modifier starts with a % character followed by the
random plu number. Set option 5 SystemParameter 26 (value 16) to activate this option. Then a
modifier text programmed as %123456789 will recall from the random plu file the plu with a random
number of 123456789 when the key with this modifier is pushed.
34.30 Clear key.
his key will clear your last input or will clear the error tone after an incorrect entry. Keycode 2000
34.31 RPF.
This key will feed the receipt paper 1 line. Keycode 2001
34.32 JPF.
This key will feed the receipt paper 1 line. Keycode 2002
34.33 Receipt On/Off.
This key will suspend printing on the receipt printer. All data programmed to print on the receipt will
be suspended. To activate printing, press the key again. The key cannot be used with-in a
transaction. The COPY receipt function will print on the receipt regardless of the status of the receipt
on/off flag. If a report is programmed to print on the receipt, it will print on the receipt regardless of
the status of the receipt on/off flag. There is an indicator on the operator display (RON) to show the
status of the receipt on/off flag. Keycode 2003
34.34 Multiply.
Key to multiply entries the OS supports multiplication for with X length X height with decimal entries.
Keycode 2004
34.35 Subtotal.
Will display the total amount. In case of ADD-ON tax the amount displayed is the amount included
tax. In case of a split tendering the amount still to be settled is displayed. Keycode 2005
34.36 Number entry.
Number entry to enter credit card number etc. Can only be used within a transaction. Keycode 2006
34.37 Per forma Invoice.
Use this key before other PB#-functions are selected. When active items registered are not stored
in the tracking buffer, nor are report count updated. This function can be used to make a copy of the
bill with a corrected method of payment. For instance when the customer decides to pay with credit
card instead of cash. In this case the operator can re-enter the items for that bill through the
keyboard and then finalise with the correct finalising key. Keycode 2008
34.38 New Price.
This key is used to override the plu price, and to enter an amount on a department when the
Departnumber# key is used to select the department. Keycode 2010
34.39 Issue Receipt.
This key will issue the current receipt. The finalising function is not printed and the PB# is printed in
the trailer of the receipt with a PB#-transaction. Keycode 2032
34.40 Check validation type 1.
To validate checks via the slip printer. Amount and date together with line 1 and 6 of the receipt
header are printed. Characters are rotated 90 degrees. Use this function to print shop details as
name address together with date and amount on the check. Keycode 2049
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34.41 Check validation type 2.
This function operates like a “normal” ECR validation function. It prints only the first 4 characters of
the 6th line of the receipt header with the machine number. Keycode 2048
34.42 Suspend/Recall.
This key suspends the current transaction to start a new one. Press the key again to recall the
suspended transaction. System message 28 is printed on the receipt. Keycode 2080
34.43 New folio.
This key resets the line feed counter. Activate the key before you open the PB#. on the check the
header with the current balance is printed. Keycode 2081
34.44 PLU-enquiry.
This key will display the PLU-details, but doesn’t record the PLU#. This function is used to check the
price of an item. Press this key first, enter the PLU# and press the PLU#-key or scan the barcode.
Keycode 2084
34.45 Price level#.
This key functions as an “open” price level key. The number entered selects the price level, if the
level is active in the application. Keycode 2082
34.46 Article level#.
This key functions as an “open” article level key. The number entered selects the article level, if the
level is active in the application. Keycode 2083
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35 Peripherals.
Via the available RS-232 ports the following peripherals will be supported:
• Barcode scanners. Scanners must support hardware handshaking so connect the RTS and CTS.
The OS supports 9600 baud, 8 bits, 1 stop and no parity. Strings received from the scanner are
terminated by a CR only. No pre-amble or post-amble is required. So most scanners can be
connected, as they are programmable. Ports 1 2 and 3 supply power which can be used to
power the scanner. As there are so many different scanners it is difficult to specify a cable, but
as the Sensei ports 1 and 2 are compatible with the DB-9 on a PC and as most scanners are set
to communicate with PC’s it should be no problem. In case you encounter problems contact us,
we will be happy to help you. A generic cable lay-out could be:
‰
‰
Port 1~2
Scanner
Port 3
Scanner
9 VCC
to VCC of the scanner
1 VCC
to VCC of the scanner
2 RXD
TXD
4 RXD
TXD
7 RTS
CTS
2 DSR
CTS
8 CTS
RTS
8 DTR
RTS
6 DSR
7 SG
SG
5 SG
SG
Magnetic card-reader. KIS will specify the card-reader that is supported. KIS will not supply the
card-reader, but we will inform about the suppliers address details.
Printers. All printers compatible with the ESC/POS command structure will be supported.
Printers can be shared among terminals. A standard PC-compatible printer can be used to print
guest checks. This will require a serial to parallel converter.
Sensei ports 1 & 2 Printer DB-25
3 TXD
3 RXD
2 RXD
2 TXD
6 DSR
8 CTS
20 DTR
5 GND
7 GND
‰
‰
‰
Sensei ports 3~7 Printer DB-25
3 TXD
3 RXD
4 RXD
2 TXD
2 DSR
20 DTR
4 DTR
6 DSR
7 GND
7 GND
Pole display. The pole displays currently supported for the Nitsuko will be supported for the Sensei
as well.
EFT. As we have linked the Nitsuko to many EFT-terminals, we will incorporate the same routines
in the Sensei.
Modem/PC. The system supports modem communication. Modems require special consideration
in terms of initialisation, it is mandatory to set the modem not to change the baud rate to the
terminal while communicating. The maximum speed the Sensei can communicate via modem is
9600 baud. The command string for the modem (connected to the computer) is AT&F0\N0&W0
This will load the default factory profile number 0 (&F0), select normal buffered speed mode (\N0)
and writes the settings to profile 0. To program the modem connected with the Sensei, create the
following bat-file on your computer, then connect the modem to the COM port and execute the batfile. Then connect the modem to the RS-232 port of the Sensei:
ECHO Init Batch File for modem type v90 on cash register side
ECHO Modem picks up after 10 rings
MODE COM1:9600,N,8,1
ECHO AT&FS0=3>COM1:
ECHO ATB0E0Q1&C0&D0&R1&K0\N0%%C0>COM1:
ECHO AT&W0>COM1:
Sensei ports 1 & 2 PC DB-9
1 DCD
1 DCD
2 RXD
3 TXD
3 TXD
2 RXD
5 GND
5 GND
6 DSR
4 DTR
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7 RTS
8 CTS
9 Vcc
8 CTS
7 RTS
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To connect the modem to the Sensei, use the
standard cable supplied with the modem. As
the pin configuration for ports 1 & 2 follow the
standard PC (9-pin) configuration this will work
ok. Note that pin 9 on port 1 & 2 supplies 9
volts. This pin on the modem normally signals
ringing indicator, the Sensei doesn’t need this
signal.
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