SPS1000 Operation Manual
SAMSUNG SPS 1000
OPERATION MANUAL
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CONTENTS
CONTENTS ........................................................................................................................................ 3
GETTING STARTED......................................................................................................................... 7
REGISTER CONTROLS – DISPLAY ........................................................................................................8
FRONT VIEW............................................................................................................................................................. 8
DISPLAY ADJUSTMENTS ...................................................................................................................................... 8
REAR VIEW ............................................................................................................................................................... 8
REGISTER CONTROLS – MODE LOCK.................................................................................................9
DISPLAY MESSAGES...............................................................................................................................10
DISPLAY MESSAGES...............................................................................................................................11
DISPLAY MESSAGES...............................................................................................................................12
DISPLAY MESSAGES...............................................................................................................................13
DISPLAY MESSAGES...............................................................................................................................14
DISPLAY MESSAGES...............................................................................................................................15
DISPLAY MESSAGES...............................................................................................................................16
DISPLAY MESSAGES...............................................................................................................................17
DISPLAY MESSAGES...............................................................................................................................18
DISPLAY MESSAGES...............................................................................................................................19
DISPLAY MESSAGES...............................................................................................................................20
DISPLAY MESSAGES...............................................................................................................................21
DISPLAY MESSAGES...............................................................................................................................22
DISPLAY MESSAGES...............................................................................................................................23
DISPLAY MESSAGES...............................................................................................................................24
OPERATION SEQUENCES .......................................................................................................... 27
OPERATOR DISPLAY...............................................................................................................................28
Cursor Control (UP / DOWN / LEFT / RIGHT)...................................................................................................... 28
Page Up and Page Down....................................................................................................................................... 29
EMPLOYEE SIGN-ON/SIGN-OFF ...........................................................................................................30
Push Button Entry Method - Stay Down............................................................................................................... 31
Push Button - Pop-Up ............................................................................................................................................. 32
Code Entry Method - Stay-Down .......................................................................................................................... 33
Code Entry Method - Pop-Up ................................................................................................................................ 34
Sign Off/Quit............................................................................................................................................................. 35
Continue.................................................................................................................................................................... 36
Training Mode - Clock-in and Sign-on.................................................................................................................. 37
TIME CLOCK PROCEDURES..................................................................................................................38
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Clock-In Entry........................................................................................................................................................... 38
Clock Out for Break ................................................................................................................................................. 39
Clock In From Break ............................................................................................................................................... 40
Clock Out for the Day.............................................................................................................................................. 41
FUNCTION OPERATIONS ............................................................................................................ 44
DEFAULT KEYBOARD .............................................................................................................................45
ALPHA OVERLAY KEYBOARD..............................................................................................................46
FUNCTION KEY - DEFINITIONS.............................................................................................................47
FUNCTION KEY - DEFINITIONS.............................................................................................................55
FUNCTION KEY - DEFINITIONS.............................................................................................................56
FUNCTION KEY - DEFINITIONS.............................................................................................................57
OUTSIDE OF SALE FUNCTIONS ...........................................................................................................59
Time Display............................................................................................................................................................. 59
Selecting Keyboard Levels..................................................................................................................................... 59
Selecting Price Levels............................................................................................................................................. 60
No Sale ..................................................................................................................................................................... 60
Received on Account (Loan) ................................................................................................................................. 61
Paid Out (Pick Up)................................................................................................................................................... 62
ITEM REGISTRATIONS ............................................................................................................................63
Open PLU/Item Entries........................................................................................................................................... 63
Preset PLU/Item Entries ......................................................................................................................................... 65
Condiment/PLU/Function Entry from a WLU....................................................................................................... 67
Price Level Shift....................................................................................................................................................... 80
Scale Items............................................................................................................................................................... 81
PRINT (Grill) Key..................................................................................................................................................... 87
Promo........................................................................................................................................................................ 90
Waste ........................................................................................................................................................................ 92
Price Inquiry.............................................................................................................................................................. 93
Stock Inquiry............................................................................................................................................................. 94
Food Stamp Shift..................................................................................................................................................... 95
Tax Shift and Tax Exemption................................................................................................................................. 97
% KEY OPERATIONS .............................................................................................................................104
Sale (Subtotal) Discounts..................................................................................................................................... 105
Item Discounts ....................................................................................................................................................... 110
Surcharges ............................................................................................................................................................. 114
GUEST CHECK OPERATIONS.................................................................................................. 119
GUEST CHECK OPERATIONS .............................................................................................................120
Overview ................................................................................................................................................................. 120
Manual Previous Balance..................................................................................................................................... 122
Hard Check Posting .............................................................................................................................................. 127
Seat # Assignment ................................................................................................................................................ 137
Hold/Print Hold....................................................................................................................................................... 145
List Check ............................................................................................................................................................... 151
Repeat..................................................................................................................................................................... 152
Transfer Table........................................................................................................................................................ 155
Combine Checks ................................................................................................................................................... 156
Employee Check Movements (Transfer Check) ............................................................................................... 157
Tip Declare ............................................................................................................................................................. 159
AUTO CHECK NUMBER GENERATION OPERATIONS .................................................................160
Auto check number store Store........................................................................................................................... 161
Auto check number Recall ................................................................................................................................... 162
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MISCELLANEOUS OPERATIONS ............................................................................................ 164
MISCELLANEOUS OPERATIONS........................................................................................................165
Function Key WLU ................................................................................................................................................ 165
# (Non-Add) Key .................................................................................................................................................... 167
FINALIZING TRANSACTIONS ..............................................................................................................168
Cash Tender........................................................................................................................................................... 168
Cheque Tender ...................................................................................................................................................... 169
Cheque Cashing .................................................................................................................................................... 170
Misc (Charge) Tender ........................................................................................................................................... 171
Preset Tender ........................................................................................................................................................ 172
Split Tender ............................................................................................................................................................ 173
Split Payment ......................................................................................................................................................... 175
Tray Subtotal / Ticket issuance ........................................................................................................................... 177
Foreign Currency Subtotal & Tender.................................................................................................................. 179
Food Stamp Subtotal & Tender........................................................................................................................... 180
POST-FINALIZATION PROCEDURES.................................................................................................182
Paid Order Recall .................................................................................................................................................. 182
Receipt Issue.......................................................................................................................................................... 182
Validate ................................................................................................................................................................... 182
ERROR CORRECTIONS ............................................................................................................. 183
CORRECTIONS ........................................................................................................................................184
Clear ........................................................................................................................................................................ 184
Error Correct........................................................................................................................................................... 185
Void.......................................................................................................................................................................... 186
Cancel ..................................................................................................................................................................... 191
Transaction Void.................................................................................................................................................... 192
Merchandise Return.............................................................................................................................................. 194
X-MODE .......................................................................................................................................... 195
X-MODE MANAGER MENU ...................................................................................................................196
MANAGER CONTROL OF FUNCTIONS INSIDE OF A SALES TRANSACTIONS ................................... 196
MANAGER CONTROL OF FUNCTIONS OUTSIDE OF A SALES TRANSACTION.................................. 196
X-MODE REPORTS MENU ....................................................................................................................197
TRAINING ..................................................................................................................................................198
SET DATE & TIME ...................................................................................................................................198
CASH DECLARATION ............................................................................................................................199
KEYBOARD & PRICE LEVEL................................................................................................................199
TIME CLOCK EDIT...................................................................................................................................200
X/Z1(DAILY) TIME CLOCK EDIT........................................................................................................................ 200
X/Z2 - X/Z5 TIME CLOCK EDIT.......................................................................................................................... 200
EDIT INVENTORY ITEM..........................................................................................................................201
EDIT PLU STOCK ....................................................................................................................................202
STOCK MENU ....................................................................................................................................................... 202
DRAWER ASSIGNMENT PROGRAMMING........................................................................................203
Z-MODE........................................................................................................................................... 205
Z-MODE REPORTING .............................................................................................................................206
SAMPLE REPORTS ..................................................................................................................... 207
REPORT LIST ...........................................................................................................................................208
FINANCIAL ................................................................................................................................................209
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SALES BY TIME PERIOD.......................................................................................................................212
PLU..............................................................................................................................................................212
PLU ZERO SALES ...................................................................................................................................213
PLU SALES BY PRICE LEVEL .............................................................................................................214
MIX AND MATCH .....................................................................................................................................215
NOT FOUND PLU.....................................................................................................................................215
EMPLOYEES.............................................................................................................................................216
GROUPS BY EMPLOYEE ......................................................................................................................218
GROUP.......................................................................................................................................................219
DRAWER TOTALS...................................................................................................................................219
LABOUR GROUPS ..................................................................................................................................220
SALES AND LABOUR %........................................................................................................................221
DAILY SALES ...........................................................................................................................................221
GROUPS BY TIME PERIOD...................................................................................................................222
ANALYSIS 1 BY TIME PERIODS..........................................................................................................222
ANALYSIS 2 BY TIME PERIODS..........................................................................................................223
ANALYSIS 3 BY TIME PERIODS..........................................................................................................223
TRACK BY TIME PERIODS ...................................................................................................................223
OPEN CHECK ...........................................................................................................................................224
PRODUCT MIX..........................................................................................................................................224
PRODUCT PROJECTIONS ....................................................................................................................225
STATION TOTALS ...................................................................................................................................225
TIME KEEPING .........................................................................................................................................226
DAY SHIFT.................................................................................................................................................228
INVENTORY ..............................................................................................................................................231
INVENTORY DEFINITIONS ....................................................................................................................232
PLU STOCK...............................................................................................................................................233
PLU STOCK BY GROUP ........................................................................................................................233
FOOD COST..............................................................................................................................................234
PLU MINIMUM STOCK ...........................................................................................................................235
ELECTRONIC JOURNAL .......................................................................................................................235
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GETTING STARTED
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REGISTER CONTROLS – DISPLAY
FRONT VIEW
DISPLAY ADJUSTMENTS
REAR VIEW
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REGISTER CONTROLS – MODE LOCK
OFF
Use to void (correct) items outside of a sale.
VOID
VOID
REG
Note the void mode can be deactivated using a system
X
flag.
Z
PGM
OFF
The register is inoperable.
REG
Use for normal registrations.
X
Use to read register reports and perform other manager
S MODE
functions.
Z
Use to read register reports and reset totals to zero.
PGM
Use to program the register.
S MODE
Use for tests and special settings.
This position is not marked on the key lock.
The SPS 1000 includes two sets of keys that can be used to access the following key
lock positions.
KEY
REG
VD
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POSITIONS ACCESSIBLE
OFF, REG
VOID, OFF, REG, X
Z
VOID,OFF, REG, X, Z
P
VOID, OFF, REG, X, Z, PGM
C
ALL POSITIONS
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DISPLAY MESSAGES
AMOUNT REQUIRED
This operation requires an amount entry.
BAD VALUE
The number entered is incorrect for the task being performed.
BUFFER FULL
The buffer for soft check, hard check, or buffered receipt has reached capacity. For
hard checks, the operator must press the SERVICE key to print the items and clear the
buffer. The operator must then pick up the previous balance again in order to continue
with finalisation. In a soft check environment, this message will appear when the
check has reached capacity (maximum lines stored). The register will require the sale
to be finalised with the option of printing a bill if required
BUFFER EMPTY
The buffer for WLU, REPEAT or PAID RECALL is empty.
BUSY
Destination register is busy (pre poll memory is in use). Requires a clear command
from the P.C. or Register.
CASH DECLARATION REQUIRED
Cash declaration has been programmed as compulsory, and must first be performed
before reports may be generated.
CASH-IN-DRAWER EXCEEDED
The programmed Cash-In-Drawer limit has been exceeded.
CHECK# ASSIGNED AUTO
The operator has attempted to open a new guest check by assigning a check number.
The register has been programmed to generate its own check numbers.
CHECK# REQUIRED !
This register has been programmed to force check number entry to begin a
transaction. An existing guest check must be recalled, or a new one started.
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DISPLAY MESSAGES
CONDIMENT REQUIRED!
This PLU has been programmed to require a condiment entry.
CRC ERROR
An error has occurred in the block check sum while transferring data in IRC mode.
ANALYSIS1/2/3
This operation is set for compluslory entry of one of the three analysis keys.
ENTER EMPLOYEE CODE
The employee is required to sign on before performing a task.
ENTER EMPLOYEE #
The employee is required to sign on before performing a task.
ENTER GUEST COUNT
The operator must enter the number of guests when opening a guest check, or
beginning a sale.
ENTER SEAT#
Seat # entry required before operation can continue.
ENTER TABLE#
Table number entry is required to open a guest check, or begin sale.
ENTRY REQUIRED
The function selected from the WLU requires a numeric entry, i.e. a percentage for an
open percent discount.
ERROR
General error message.
ERROR JAM
Receipt / journal printer jammed message.
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DISPLAY MESSAGES
TABLE NUMBER IN USE
This check already exists.
HALO OVER
The input value exceeds the halo amount.
ILLEGAL KEY SEQUENCE
The operator has used an illegal key sequence.
IN USE!
This guest check or clerk number is already open elsewhere in the system. This is also
applicable when the floating clerk system is activated and the operator is in use on
another terminal.
INACTIVE!
The key pressed is inactive. This message also appears if VOID Mode has been
disabled.
INPUT QTY
Quantity input is required for a condiment WLU
KITCHEN PRINTER FAILURE
The kitchen printer has failed to respond. Printing has been re-routed to the
designated back-up printer is programed.
MANAGER REQUIRED
This operation requires the key to be turned to the X position.
MANAGER OVERRIDE REQUIRE
The key lock should be moved to the X-Mode position in order to override a HALO
amount, or other restriction.
MEMORY FULL
Memory is full.
NEGATIVE
This sale has gone negative. Negative sales are programmed as not allowed.
NO CHECK#
This message appears when the system cannot find this guest check number.
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DISPLAY MESSAGES
NO DATA
PLU can not be found (does not appear in Register Mode). Usually associated with
stock entry on an IRC system when the PLU exists in one terminal but not another. On
the termianl where the PLU does not exist the message not found will appear.
NO DRAWER!
The employee currently signed on is not assigned to a drawer, and is not allowed to
perform cash sales, or the drawer is no longer attached and is required in order to
continue.
NO MANUAL ENTRY
Manual entry is not allowed (scale function).
NO PAPER
Slip printer is out of paper, appears when printing to a loose-leaf printer.
NO PLU!
The number entered is not a valid PLU. This message will also appear if a PLU
number “built” using modifier keys recalls an invalid PLU number.
NON ADD# REQUIRED
This operation requires the entry of a Non-Add number to fulfill the compulsory
requirements.
NOT DISCOUNTABLE
The preceding entry is not discountable, product is not available for discounting.
NOT PROGRAMMED!
This key has not been programmed
NOT READY!
Remote printer is not ready for printing tasks.
NOT ZERO
Displayed when trying to delete a PLU that still has sales counts and stock amounts.
The PLU must firstly be reset and cleared from all Z Mode reports.
OFF LINE!
IRC communications have gone off line.
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DISPLAY MESSAGES
OPEN DRAWER
The register has been programmed not to operate with the cash drawer open.
P/BAL REQUIRED
This register has been programmed to require a previous balance entry.
PAPER END
The guest check printer has reached the end of the form, or the Receipt/Journal paper
is at, or near, the end of its roll.
RANGE OVER
The number entered is out of range.
REMOVE PAPER
Validation is complete and the paper must now be removed.
SCALE FAIL!
The register is not able to find the scale.
SCALE REQUIRED!
This item requires a weight this may be entered either manually or automatically.
SINGLE ITEM!
This PLU has been programmed as a single item PLU and cannot be used within a
sale.
SUBTOTAL REQUIRED
The SUBTOTAL key must be depressed before continuing.
SYSTEM ERROR
Normal Operation error.
TARE# REQUIRED
This PLU/scale item requires a tare weight entry.
TRAY SUBTOTAL REQUIRED!
This prompt appears while in a TRAY SUBTOTAL transaction. The operator must
first press the TRAY SUBTOTAL key before pressing any tender keys.
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DISPLAY MESSAGES
VALIDATION REQUIRED
This operation requires validation to complete the compulsory settings.
WASTE REQUIRED!
The operator is in the middle of a waste operation, and must depress the WASTE key
in order to complete the operation.
WRONG EMPLOYEE
The employee attempting to open this guest check is not the original person who
started the guest check. Also appears when attempting to sign on a new employee
without first signing the current employee off, if overlap employee is not
programmed.
SIGN OFF REQUIRED
This operation requires a SIGN-OFF.
ZERO AMOUNT
The register has been programmed to not allow negative sales, and to consider a zero
amount as a negative sale.
PRICE LEVEL MISMATCH
This PLU has no price that corresponds to the current price level.
OVERRIDE NOT ALLOWED
X-Mode override is not allowed for this operation.
WRONG SEQUENCE
The preceding key sequence is not allowed.
WRONG FILE NO
The file number do not match.
WRONG ITEMMIZER
Wrong itemmizer encountered.
UNDER TEND NOT ALLOWED
The under tendering is not allowed.
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DISPLAY MESSAGES
OVER TEND NOT ALLOWED
The over tendering is not allowed.
CHECK TRACKING ERROR
Error occurred during check tracking operation.
CHECK# IN USE
Current check number is already in use.
PLU NOT ALLOWED
PLU is not allowed in this operation.
CONDIMENT PLU NOT ALLOWED
Condiment PLU is not allowed in this operation.
NON-CONDIMENT PLU NOT ALLOWED
Non-Condiment PLU is not allowed in this operation.
FUNCTION KEY NOT ALLOWED
Function key is not allowed in this operation.
THIS KEY NOT ALLOWED
This key is not allowed in this operation.
NO FUNCTION KEY
This key is not a function key.
NO PROGRAMMABLE KEY
This function key is not a programmable key.
X/TIME REQUIRED
This operation requires X/TIME
INVALID AUTHORITY LEVEL
The authority level of the employee signed on does not allow this operation.
TIME IN REQUIRED
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This operation requires TIME IN.
DISPLAY MESSAGES
SIGN ON REQUIRED
This operation requires SIGN ON.
MEMORY NOT ALLOCATED
This report or programming file is not allocated in memory allocation.
THIS EMP. RPT MUST BE CLEARED
Issue the Z report of this employee in order to assign this employee to training
employee file #.
ERROR STATUS
Current operation is not correct.
ERROR VALUE
The number entered is incorrect for the task being performed.
ERROR SYSTEM OPTION
System option error. Please check the appropriate system option in PGM or S mode.
ERROR EMPLOYEE
This employee is not acceptable.
ERROR TABLE NO
Wrong table number entered.
SCALE MOTION
The scale is not settled down.
OVER WEIGHT
Weight is over the weighing capacity of scale.
UNDER WEIGHT
Weight is under the weighing capacity of scale.
PROMO NOT ALLOWED
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This PLU does not allow promo operation. Please check the programming of PLU
status group linked to this PLU.
DISPLAY MESSAGES
WASTE NOT ALLOWED
This PLU does not allow waste operation. Please check the programming of PLU
STATUS GROUP linked to this PLU.
NO FOOD STAMP AMOUNT
No food stamp eligible amount.
DECIMAL ENTRY NOT ALLOWED
The decimal entry is not allowed.
SPLIT PRICING NOT ALLOWED
The split pricing is not allowed.
VOID MODE IS DEACTIVATED
The transaction in VOID mode is deactivated. Please check the GENERAL
FUNCTION OPTIONS.
JOB CODE REQUIRED
There is the part that do not include job code.
JOB CODE CHANGE NOT ALLOWED
JOB CODE change is not allowed. Please check the programming of AUTHORITY
LEVEL linked to the employee.
PUSH BUTTON ENTRY REQUIRED
Please use any of the 10 direct employee keys to sign on by direct key depression.
EMPLOYEE CODE NOT LINKED
The employee # is not linked this direct employee key. Please assign the employee #
in GENERAL FUNCTION OPTIONS.
TENDERING IS NOT ALLOWED
This employee can do GUEST CHECK ENTRIES ONLY. Please check the
programming of AUTHORITY LEVEL linked to the employee.
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OVER REGULAR HOURS PER WEEK
The entered data exceeds the regular hours per week. Please check the TIME
KEEPING OPTIONS programming.
DISPLAY MESSAGES
MUST <= LINE# PER TRANSACTION
# of lines per soft check should be less than or equal to # of lines per transaction.
MUST >= LINE# PER SOFT CHECK
# of lines per transaction should be more than or equal to # of lines per soft check.
NO STOCK PLU
This PLU is not a STOCK PLU. Please check the programming of PLU status group
linked to this PLU.
NEGATIVE CARD
Negative value not allowed.
LINKED STATUS REQUIRED
This PLU requires the linked PLU STATUS GROUP.
RETURN TO X-MODE
In order to exit the EDIT INVENTORY ITEM, the returning to X mode is required.
ERROR - SLIP PAPER
Error in printing on Slip printer.
LOCAL PRINTER REQUIRED
The local printer connected to this register is required.
MODE ERROR
The mode should not be changed because the current task is not completed.
SET TIME&DATE IS DEACTIVATED
The setting time & date is deactivated. Please check the GENERAL FUNCTION
OPTIONS programming.
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EMPLOYEE SHOULD BE DIFFERENT
The TO EMPLOYEE should be different from the FROM EMPLOYEE in transfer
check.
TRANSFER NOT ALLOWED
TRANSFER CHECK is not allowed. Please check the programming of AUTHORITY
LEVEL linked to the employee.
DISPLAY MESSAGES
REQ GALLONAGE AMOUNT
This entry involves a gallonage PLU, and requires an amount entry.
AVAILABLE ONLY IN CHECK
This operation is available only if check is opened.
SPLIT THIS ITEM NOT POSSIBLE
No more splitting this item is allowed.
FUNCTION KEY NOT INCLUDED
There is no function key in this WLU.
ERROR POST TENDER
Error in post tender operation.
NO TRACKING DATA IN THIS REG
There is no check tracking data in this register. Please check the S-MODE SYSTEM
OPTIONS programming.
NO TIME KEEP DATA IN THIS REG
There is no time in/out data in this register. Please check the S-MODE SYSTEM
OPTIONS programming.
MULTIPLICATION LIMIT EXCEEDED
The entered multiplier exceeds the direct multiplication maximum digit. Please check
the GENERAL FUNCTION OPTIONS programming.
TAB OF FIELD2 TOO BIG
TAB OR DECIMAL POINT OF FIELD 2 should be less than or equal to LENGTH
OF FIELD 2.
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NON-PLU CODE RANGE OVER
The digit of PLU code according to programming exceeds the digit of real PLU code.
TARE ENTRY NOT ALLOWED
Tare weight entry is not allowed. Please check the SCALE key programming.
MISC TEND REQUIRED
Any of the 16 MISC TEND keys is required for the task being performed.
DISPLAY MESSAGES
NOT SCALEABLE PLU
This PLU is not a scaleable PLU. Please check the programming of PLU status group
linked to this PLU.
EJ BUFFER FULL
Electronic Journal buffer is full.
MUST BE START<=END IN RANGE
START should be less than or equal to END in one range.
RANGE OVERLAP
START should be more than END of the preceding range.
FINAL END SHOULD BE 9 OR 99
END of the final range should be 9 or 99.
NOT PLU
The key that will be relocated should be PLU key.
NOT WLU
The key that will be relocated should be WLU key.
PRINT KEY REQUIRED
PRINT key is required for the task being performed.
SURCHARGE NOT ALLOWED
This PLU does not allow surcharge operation. Please check the programming of PLU
STATUS GROUP linked to this PLU.
DECIMAL ENTRY REQUIRED
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The weight entry using DECIMAL key is required.
SYSTEM REG# REQUIRED
Please assign the appropriate register # to IRC FROM and IRC TO REGISTER # in
S-MODE SYSTEM OPTIONS.
TRAINING EMP FILE# REQUIRED
Please assign the employee # to TRAINING EMPLOYEE FILE # in TRAINING
MODE OPTIONS.
DISPLAY MESSAGES
TIME IN/OUT REG# REQUIRED
Please assign the register # to REG# HOLDS TIME IN/OUT DATA in S-MODE
SYSTEM OPTIONS.
CHECK TRACKING REG# REQUIRED
Please assign the register # to REG# HOLDS CHECK TRACKING DATA in SMODE SYSTEM OPTIONS.
ELECTRONIC JOURNAL INACTIVE
ELECTRONIC JOURNAL is inactive. Please check the E.J. & DETAIL PRINTING
OPTIONS programming.
CHEQUE ENDORSEMENT REQUIRED
CHEQUE ENDORSEMENT key is required for the task being performed.
EFT TERMINAL TRANS.KEY ERROR
The TRANSACTION KEY of EFT Terminal connected to entered key is incorrect.
Please check the FUNCTION KEY programming.
CARD ERROR
General card error message.
PRINTER OFFLINE
Printer is off line.
KV OFFLINE
KV is off line.
NO RELOCATABLE KEY
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This key is no relocatable key.
CLERK KEY ERROR
Wrong operation with real clerk key.
ENFORCE ACTUAL INVENTORY
Please input ACTUAL INVENTORY at EDIT INVENTORY ITEM in X mode.
AUTHORITY LEVEL NOT LINKED
Authority Level should be linked to this employee.
DISPLAY MESSAGES
WEIGHT IS ZERO
Weight on the scale is zero.
STOCK IS NOT ZERO
The STOCK of this PLU is not zero.
CLEAR CAN NOT BE REMOVED
If this position is relocated by other key except CLEAR key, CLEAR key will
disappear on this keyboard. Please leave one CLEAR key at least.
ENTER CAN NOT BE REMOVED
If this position is relocated by other key except ENTER key, ENTER key will
disappear on this keyboard. Please leave one ENTER key at least.
YES/NO CAN NOT BE REMOVED
If this position is relocated by other key except YES/NO key, YES/NO key will
disappear on this keyboard. Please leave one YES/NO key at least.
THIS NUMERIC CAN’T BE REMOVED
If this position is relocated by other key except this numeric key, this numeric key will
disappear on this keyboard. Please leave one this numeric key at least.
INCORRECT CODE
There is no code that matched with the entered code.
SOFT CHECK ONLY
This operation can be done in only SOFT CHECK.
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INACTIVE PLU
This PLU is inactive PLU.
MULTIPLE DISCOUNT NOT ALLOWED
Multiple Discount is not allowed.
NEW CHECK OPENED
The requested check does not exist so a new check is opened.
NO MORE SPLIT TENDER ALLOWED
No more split tender is allowed.
DISPLAY MESSAGES
CHECK POLE DISPLAY
Pole display is turned off or disconnected, check the pole display.
MUST MAX.NONTAXABLE<=BRK PNT1
MAXIMUM NON-TAXABLE AMOUNT should be less than or equal to BREAK
POINT 1.
MUST BRK PNT n <= BRK PNT n+1
BREAK POINT should be less than or equal to the next BREAK POINT.
NOT ALLOWED WITH OPEN ORDERS
Z with open order is not allowed. Please check the REPORT OPTIONS programming.
NOW POLLING !!
Prepolling operation is in progress.
MIX AND MATCH ERROR
Wrong mix & match operation.
CLERK INTERRUPT ERROR
Clerk interrupt is not allowed or wrong operation was done.
CHECK OPENED NO DATA
NEW CHECK# key can not open a check.
NO CLERK BUFFER IN THIS REG
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There is no clerk interrupt data in this register. Please check the S-MODE SYSTEM
OPTIONS programming.
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OPERATION SEQUENCES
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Operator Display
Cursor Control (UP / DOWN / LEFT / RIGHT)
The Cursor Control (UP / DOWN / LEFT / RIGHT) keys are used to select an item
(on operation screens or WLUs) or a field (on program screens).
Selecting an Item
The cursor on the screen is the highlighted item. On the register mode screen, the last
item entered is always selected. The UP or DOWN keys may be used to select a
different item for an action (such as void or split item). In the case of a WLU the first
item of the WLU is automatically selected when the WLU is first displayed.
1. The last item entered
is selected.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
H OT DOG
CAT SUP
1
M ED COK E
EMP LOY EE1 00 1
1.69
1.00
TO TAL
L1PO 1
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REG 01
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2. 69
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
H OT DOG
CAT SUP
1
M ED COK E
2. Press the UP key.
(Note: The cursor
moves up to next
main item.)
EMP LOY EE1 00 1
1.69
1.00
TO TAL
L1PO 1
R On
REG 01
Page Up and Page Down
Use the PAGE UP and PAGE DOWN keys to view information that will not display
completely on the screen. For example:
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when an operation screen is filled with items, the view will automatically
scroll so that the operator views the most current entries. The PAGE UP
key will allow the operator to view items previously entered, but unable
to be displayed at the same time on the screen.
•
when a WLU exceeds 10 items, press the PAGE UP and PAGE DOWN
keys view the next 10 items or the previous 10 items accordingly.
•
when a program screen offers more options than can be displayed at the
same time, press the PAGE UP and PAGE DOWN keys view the next
items or the previous items accordingly
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Employee Sign-On/Sign-Off
Program Notes for Clerk Operation
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Choose between "Push Button", "Operating Code", "Employee#", or
"MCR" for the employee sign on method. (See "System Option
Programming/General Function Options" in the Program Manual.)
•
If you choose "Push Button" sign on, use any of the 10 direct employee
keys to sign on by direct key depression. (See "Keyboard Key Location"
in the Program Manual to locate the appropriate functions.) You must
also link a specific employee to each push button key. (To make these
links, see "System Option Programming/General Function Options" in the
Program Manual.) . When using "Push Button" sign on it is possible to
also sign on using the employee number system.
•
If you choose "Operating Code" sign on, use the EMPLO SIGN ON key
to sign on by code entry. See "Keyboard Key Location" in the Program
Manual to locate the appropriate function.) You must also program a
operating code for each employee. (See "Employee Programming" in the
Program Manual.)
•
If you choose "Employee#" sign on, use the EMPLO SIGN ON key to
sign on by employee number entry. See "Keyboard Key Location" in the
Program Manual to locate the appropriate function.) The employee
number is the sequential number (i.e. 1-10) for each employee in the
employee file.
•
Employee operation can be stay down or pop up. (See "System Option
Programming/General Function Options" in the Program Manual.)
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Push Button Entry Method - Stay Down
1. The message
“ENTER
EMPLOYEE CODE”
displays when the
register is in the REG
(register) key lock
position and is in a
signed off condition.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
ENTE R E MPL OYE E COD E
L1P0 1
2. Press the direct
employee key or
employee number and
EMPLO SIGN ON
key to sign on. The
employee name
displays. This
employee remains
signed on until sign
off.
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A NNI E W 00 1
ANNI E W
R On
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
ENTE R E MPL OYE E COD E
L1PO 1
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3. Press the
corresponding direct
employee key or
0 – EMPLO SIGN
ON key to sign off.
You can not sign off
inside of a transaction
if not in clerk
interrupt operation.
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R On
REG 01
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Push Button - Pop-Up
1. The message
“ENTER
EMPLOYEE CODE”
displays when the
register is in the REG
(register) key lock
position and is in a
signed off condition.
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ENTE R E MPL OYE E COD E
L1PO 1
2. Press the direct
employee key or
employee number and
EMPLO SIGN ON
key to sign on. The
employee name
displays. This
employee remains
signed on until the
following transaction
is complete.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
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R On
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU1 2
1
P LU1 2
12.0 0
12.0 0
ENTE R E MPL OYE E COD E
TOTA L
L1PO 1
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ANNI E W
L1PO 1
3. Enter the transaction.
When the transaction
is finalized, the
"ENTER
EMPLOYEE CODE"
message
automatically
displays, prompting
the entry for the next
transaction.
REG 01
24. 00
C ASH
24. 00
R On REG 01
SPS1000
Code Entry Method - Stay-Down
1. The message
“ENTER
EMPLOYEE CODE”
displays when the
register is in the REG
(register) key lock
position and is in a
signed off condition.
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ENTE R E MPL OYE E COD E
L1PO 1
2. Enter the operating
code and press
EMPLO SIGN ON
key or direct
employee key to sign
on. The employee
name displays. This
employee remains
signed on until sign
off.
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A NNI E W 00 1
ANNI E W
NOTE: The operating code does not display when
entered in a sign off condition
R On
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
ENTE R E MPL OYE E COD E
L1PO 1
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3. Press the EMPLO
SIGN ON key or
operating code and
direct employee key
to sign off. You
cannot sign off inside
of a transaction if not
in clerk interrupt
operation.
R On
R On
REG 01
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Code Entry Method - Pop-Up
1. The message
“ENTER
EMPLOYEE CODE”
displays when the
register is in the REG
(register) key lock
position and is in a
signed off condition.
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ENTE R E MPL OYE E COD E
L1PO 1
2. Enter the operating
code and press
EMPLO SIGN ON
key or direct
employee key to sign
on. The employee
name displays. This
employee remains
signed on until sign
off.
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REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
ANNI E W
NOTE: The operating code does not display when
entered in a sign off condition for security.
L1PO 1
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R On
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Sign Off/Quit
The QUIT key or the sequence 0 EMPLO SIGN ON will sign off the current
employee.
1. Press QUIT. The
"ENTER
EMPLOYEE CODE"
message displays.
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ENTE R E MPL OYE E COD E
L1PO 1
R On
REG 01
or,
1. Enter 0 on the
numeric key pad,
press EMPLO SIGN
ON key. The
"ENTER
EMPLOYEE CODE"
message displays.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
ENTE R E MPL OYE E COD E
L1PO 1
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R On
REG 01
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Continue
1. The "ENTER
EMPLOYEE CODE"
message is displayed.
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ENTE R E MPL OYE E COD E
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2. Press CONTINUE to
sign on the previous
employee for the next
transaction.
R On
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
ANNI E W
L1PO 1
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R On
REG 01
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Training Mode - Clock-in and Sign-on
Training mode can be accessed in two different ways.
•
The entire register can be locked in training. Turn the key to the X key
lock position and select TRAINING from the X-MODE MANAGER
MENU. See "X Mode Procedures" for more information.
•
A single employee can be signed on in training mode. (Other employees
can continue with live operations.) In order to set up an individual
employee for training, the employee must be programmed as training
employee(see the EMPLOYEE programming, option#9 TRAINING
MODE?), authority leve #31 (enable training mode) must be set to Y(es).
•
If the user assign specific employee# as training employee(see the
Training Mode Option, option#3 “TRAINING EMPLOYEE FILE #),
training employee sale report will be stored into this employee#. If not
program this TRAINING EMPLOYEE FILE#, no sale report for
employee will be stored.
When training mode is
active, the
"TRAINING"
message displays at
the top of the operator
screen.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
*** ** TRA INI NG* *** *
L1PO 1
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R On
REG 01
SPS1000
Time Clock Procedures
Before using the Time Clock Procedure, the user must program
the S mode Programming Menu/5. System Options, “9. REG# HOLDS
TIME IN/OUT DATA”
Clock-In Entry
C LK IN/ OUT
# 001 AN NIE W
D ATE : M ON
0 7/1 2/1 999
1. Enter the employee
number and press
CLOCK IN/OUT.
JOB
1
2
3
4
5
6
COD E: 1 M AN AGE R
MAN AGE R
SER VER
HEA D S ERV ER
CAS HIE R
T IME 12 :12
S UMM ARY
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
-
L1
2. Select the job code by
entering the digit
corresponding to the
job code and pressing
ENTER, or just press
ENTER to select the
default job code.
3. Press CLOCK
IN/OUT to complete
the procedure. .
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C LK IN/ OUT
# 001 AN NIE W
D ATE : M ON
0 7/1 2/1 999
JOB
1
2
3
4
5
6
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
COD E: 1 M AN AGE R
MAN AGE R
SER VER
HEA D S ERV ER
CAS HIE R
E NTE R
T IME 12 :12
S UMM ARY
1 2: 12 :
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
ES C
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
CLK IN /OU T
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Clock Out for Break
C LK IN/ OUT
# 001 AN NIE W
D ATE : M ON
0 7/1 2/1 999
1. Enter the employee
number and press
CLOCK IN/OUT.
JOB COD E: 1 M AN AGE R
T IME 12 :20
S UMM ARY
12: 12 :
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
-
1: OU T F OR BR K
2: OU T
CL OCK OU T:1
L1
3. Press CLOCK
IN/OUT to complete
the procedure.
ESC
C LK IN/ OUT
# 001 AN NIE W
D ATE : M ON
0 7/1 2/1 999
2. Type 1 (out for break)
and press ENTER.
JOB COD E: 1 M AN AGE R
1: OU T F OR BR K
2: OU T
CL OCK OU T:1
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:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
E NTE R
T IME 12 :20
SU MMA RY
1 2:1 2 - 1 2 :20
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
ESC
C LK IN/ OUT
SPS1000
Clock In From Break
C LK IN/ OUT
# 001 AN NIE W
D ATE : M ON
0 7/1 2/1 999
1. Enter the employee
number and press
CLOCK IN/OUT.
JOB
1
2
3
4
5
6
COD E: 1 M AN AGE R
MAN AGE R
SER VER
HEA D S ERV ER
CAS HIE R
T IME 12 :25
S UMM ARY
12: 12 - 1 2:2 0
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
L1
2. Select the job code by
entering the digit
corresponding to the
job code and pressing
ENTER, or just press
ENTER to select the
default job code.
3. Press CLOCK
IN/OUT to complete
the procedure. .
C LK IN/ OUT
# 001 AN NIE W
D ATE : M ON
0 7/1 2/1 999
JOB
1
2
3
4
5
6
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COD E: 1 M AN AGE R
MAN AGE R
SER VER
HEA D S ERV ER
CAS HIE R
E NTE R
TI ME 12 :25
S UMM ARY
12: 12 - 1 2:2 0
1 2: 25 :
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
ES C
CLK IN /OU T
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Clock Out for the Day
C LK IN/ OUT
# 001 AN NIE W
D ATE : M ON
0 7/1 2/1 999
1. Enter the employee
number and press
CLOCK IN/OUT.
JOB
1
2
3
4
5
6
COD E: 1 M AN AGE R
MAN AGE R
SER VER
HEA D S ERV ER
CAS HIE R
T IME 12 :30
S UMM ARY
12: 12 - 1 2:2 0
12: 25 :
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
L1
ESC
C LK IN/ OUT
# 001 AN NIE W
D ATE : M ON
0 7/1 2/1 999
2. Enter 2 (out) and
press ENTER.
3. Press CLOCK
IN/OUT to complete
the procedure.
JOB COD E: 1 M AN AGE R
1: OU T F OR BR K
2: OU T
CL OCK OU T:2
L1
4. The DECLARE
CASH TIPS window
displays. (This
depends on the
Authority Level
option#37,
COMPULSORY TIP
ENTRY)
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S UMM ARY
12: 12 - 1 2:2 0
12: 25 - 1 2:3 0
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
CLK IN /OU T
T IME 12 :30
JOB COD E: 1 M AN AGE R
S UMM ARY
12: 12 - 1 2:2 0
1: OU T F OR BR K
12: 25 - 1 2:3 0
2: OU TDECL ARE CA SH TI PS :
:
0.0 0
:
:
CL OCK OU T:2
:
:
E NTE R
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
L1
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T IME 12 :30
ES C
C LK IN/ OUT
# 001 AN NIE W
D ATE : M ON
0 7/1 2/1 999
E NTE R
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SPS1000
E NTE R
5. Enter a tip declaration
amount and press
ENTER, or press
ENTER to exit the
window.
C LK IN/ OUT
# 001 AN NIE W
D ATE : M ON
0 7/1 2/1 999
JOB COD E: 1 M AN AGE R
S UMM ARY
12: 12 - 1 2:2 0
1: OU TDECL
F ORARE
BR KCA SH TI PS12: 25 - 1 2:3 0
2: OU T
:
:
11 .25
:
:
CL OCK OU T:2
: E NTE
- R :
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
L1
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FUNCTION OPERATIONS
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DEFAULT KEYBOARD
The factory default keyboard is shown below.
13
26
39
52
65
78
91
104
12
25
38
51
64
77
90
103
11
24
27
50
63
76
89
102
10
26
49
62
75
88
101
9
22
25
48
61
74
87
100
8
21
24
47
60
73
86
99
7
20
33
46
59
72
85
98
6
19
32
45
58
71
84
97
5
18
31
44
57
70
83
96
4
17
30
43
56
69
82
95
3
16
29
42
55
68
81
94
2
15
28
41
54
67
80
93
1
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14
27
40
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66
79
92
CLERK
1
CLERK
2
CLERK
3
CLERK
4
CLERK
5
MENU
LEVL 1
MENU
LEVL 2
MENU
LEVL 3
MENU
LEVL 4
MENU
LEVL 5
PRICE
LEVL 1
PRICE
LEVL 2
PRICE
LEVL 3
PRICE
LEVL 4
PRICE
LEVL 5
REPEAT
ORDER
PRINT
BILL
OPEN
BAR
TAB
HOLD
BAR
TAB
LIST
BAR
TABS
GUEST
NO.
TABLE
NO.
OPEN
CHECK
NO.
HOLD
CHECK
LIST
CHECKS
PAID
RECALL
YES/
NO
ENTER
DONE
WLU
NO.
EMPLO
SIGN ON
PAGE
UP
UP
PAGE
DOWN
RECPT
ISSUE
CLOCK
IN/OUT
LEFT
DOWN
RIGHT
RCPT
ON/OFF
TRANS
CANCEL
CL/
ESC
PLU
NO.
X/
TIME
MISC
TEND 2
7
8
9
4
5
6
RECVED
MONIES
1
2
3
SUBTOTL
PAID
OUT
MONIES
0
00
.
CASH
REFUND
ITEM
ERROR
CORRCT
SPS1000
MISC
TEND 1
CHEQUE
ALPHA OVERLAY KEYBOARD
The key layout of the Alpha Keyboard Overlay is shown below:
NOTE
The DONE key acts as a backspace key when programming text.
!
@
#
$
%
^
&
*
(
)
-
_
|
Q
W
E
R
T
Y
U
I
O
P
+
=
\
A
S
D
F
G
H
J
K
L
:
;
"
'
Z
X
C
V
B
N
M
<
>
,
.
?
/
CAPS
SHIFT
BOLD
SPACE
SPACE
SPACE
SPACE
SPACE
{
}
[
]
¼
½
¾


←
→
↑
ENTER
BACK
SPACE
F
s
Ä
Å
Æ
Ö
Ü
Ñ
C
PAGE
UP
UP
PAGE
DOWN
T
X
ë
ï
¡ ¥
y
É
¢ ¯
LEFT
DOWN
RIGHT
PREV
REC
á
é
í
ó
ú
DELETE
NEXT
REC
à
è
ì
ò
ù
7
8
9
â
ê
î
ô
û
4
5
6
¥ á
ß
µ
Ø
EURO
1
2
3
¢
£
¥
Pt
ƒ
0
00
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FUNCTION KEY - DEFINITIONS
NUMERIC 1
Used to reposition the numeric keypad anywhere on the keyboard
NUMERIC 2
Used to reposition the numeric keypad anywhere on the keyboard
NUMERIC 3
Used to reposition the numeric keypad anywhere on the keyboard
NUMERIC 4
Used to reposition the numeric keypad anywhere on the keyboard
NUMERIC 5
Used to reposition the numeric keypad anywhere on the keyboard
NUMERIC 6
Used to reposition the numeric keypad anywhere on the keyboard
NUMERIC 7
Used to reposition the numeric keypad anywhere on the keyboard
NUMERIC 8
Used to reposition the numeric keypad anywhere on the keyboard
NUMERIC 9
Used to reposition the numeric keypad anywhere on the keyboard
NUMERIC 0
Used to reposition the numeric keypad anywhere on the keyboard
NUMERIC 00
Used to reposition the numeric keypad anywhere on the keyboard
NUMERIC 000
Used to reposition the numeric keypad anywhere on the keyboard
ADD CHECK
Used to add multiple guest checks (soft checks) for payment together or to add check between
different tracking files. or to move one check to another.
BACK SPACE
Used to program the alpha programming BACK SPACE function key
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FUNCTION KEY - DEFINITIONS
BOLD
Used to program the alpha programming BOLD function key
CANCEL
Press the cancel to abort a transaction in progress. All current items are removed (voided)
CAPS
Used to reposition the alpha programming CAPTIAL Letters lock function key
CASH
Used to finalise or tender cash sales. Change is computed when the amount of the cash tender
is greater than the amount of the sale. There is also the programmable option of allowing
change to be calculated once a sale has been completed using the post tender system flag.
TIP DECLARE
This is used for the declaration of tips earnt by employees
SLIP
Used to print guest check bills to a loose-leaf paper printer
CHEQUE
Use the cheque key to finalise or tender cheque sales. Change is computed when the amount
of the cheque tender is greater than the amount of the sale. This can be used as a cash back
feature for cheque payments.
CHEQUE CASH
Use the Cheque Cashing key to exchange a cheque for cash outside of a sale.
CHECK ENDORSEMENT
This will print onto the check an endorsement message (only on printer models with a
validation sensor)
CLEAR
Press CLEAR to clear numeric entries or error conditions
CONTINUE
Used in-conjunction with the magnetic card swipe system
CURR CONV 1 - 5
Used to convert and display the value of the transaction in foreign currency. This works also for Euro
dual pricing in-conjunction with system printing flags. It is assumed currency rate one is the Euro
exchange rate
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FUNCTION KEY - DEFINITIONS
CURSOR DOWN
Use the cursor control keys to relocate the position of the cursor on the screen
CURSOR LEFT
Use the cursor control keys to relocate the position of the cursor on the screen
CURSOR RIGHT
Use the cursor control keys to relocate the position of the cursor on the screen
CURSOR UP
Use the cursor control keys to relocate the position of the cursor on the screen
DECIMAL
Use the decimal key to enter fractional rates or percentages. Do not use to enter amounts. The
decimal is automatically inserted in the correct position.
DELETE
Used to program the alpha programming DELETE function key.
DONE
Press DONE to exit a WLU screen when multiple entries are allowed on the WLU. This key
is required for programming and should not be omitted from the keyboard. This key also acts
as a backspace when programming alpha.
ANALYSIS 3
This key is used to record sales totals providing analysis on the both the financial report and
special hourly sales analysis report. The default text can be changed providing sales analysis
for any category. This key can also be programmed to switch the printing area of kitchen
orders.
ANALYSIS 1
This key is used to record sales totals providing analysis on the both the financial report and
special hourly sales analysis report. The default text can be changed providing sales analysis
for any category. This key can also be programmed to switch the printing area of kitchen
orders.
EMPLOYEE # (CASHIER)
The employee number key is used to sign on the cashier, clerk, server or employee who is
starting registration. This key is used for CLERK CODE entry.
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FUNCTION KEY - DEFINITIONS
EMPLOYEE 1- 10
The employee keys 1 – 10 can be programmed to sign on a specific cashier when pressed
directly without entering a code. These keys are used for PUSH Button clerk entry
ENTER
When programming press the ENTER key to place data into a field with the cursor remaining
in the field.
ERR CORRECT
Press the error correct key to remove an item from the sale total. This also acts as delete when
programming WLUs
FD STAMP SHIFT
Press FD STAMP SHIFT to shift the pre-programmed food stamp voucher status of an item
prior to its registration.
FD STAMP SUBTTL
Press FD STMP SUBTTL to display the total of food stamp voucher eligible items registered
in the current transaction.
FD STAMP TENDER
Use the FD STMP TENDER key to tender Food Stamp vouchers after the display of the food
stamp eligible subtotal. Depending upon function key programming, change less than 1.00
can be applied to any cash balance or issued as cash change.
GUEST #
Used to record the number of guests served by a transaction. The entry may be compulsory,
the entry can also be programmed to appear on printers
HOLD
Used to identify an individual item, or an entire transaction, in order that the selected items
will not print/display on the kitchen printer / KVS when the transaction is finalised. The
system can be programmed to warn if items are held when a check is stored, also to automatic
select ready for print when a check is recalled.
INACTIVE
The inactive function key can be re-used as many times as necessary to inactivate key
locations
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FUNCTION KEY - DEFINITIONS
KEYBOARD LEVEL 1 - 5
Use to select one of the five keyboard levels. Keyboard levels can be changed manually using
these keys or automated to change at a pre-programmed time on a pre-programmed day. They
can also be changed in X-mode.
LIST CHECK 1 - 4
Press the List Check key to display a list of open checks.
MACRO OFF
This switches the macro during the pre-programmed key sequence to the Off position. This
key is not required on the keyboard as it is accessed during macro programming
MACRO P
This switches the macro during the pre-programmed key sequence to the P-MODE position.
This key is not required on the keyboard as it is accessed during macro programming
MACRO PAUSE
Used to indicate a pause in the macro, allowing greater user choice for the display and
operation of macros one pause is programmed per required key press.
MACRO R
This switches the macro during the pre-programmed key sequence to the Register mode
position. This key is not required on the keyboard an is accessed during macro programming
MACRO S
This switches the macro during the pre-programmed key sequence to the S-mode position.
This key is not required on the keyboard as it is accessed during macro programming
MACRO SET
This key is used in REG as a method of programming macros by recording the key-strokes as
they are entered.
By pressing the MACRO SET key carrying out the require mode changes, key-strokes etc
then pressing the MACRO1-40 key to finalise the sequences to that key.
MACRO VOID
This switches the macro during the pre-programmed key sequence to the Void-mode position.
This key is not required on the keyboard as it is accessed during macro programming
MACRO X
This switches the macro during the pre-programmed key sequence to the X-mode position.
This key is not required on the keyboard as it is accessed during macro programming
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MACRO Z
This switches the macro during the pre-programmed key sequence to the Z-mode position.
This key is not required on the keyboard as it is accessed during macro programming
MACRO 1 - 40
Used to execute one of the forty possible pre-programmed key sequences, by allocating the
require key to the keyboard and then programming the appropriate sequence. Macros can also
be included in a Window Look Up for easy selection.
MACRO #
Used to execute one of forty possible macros by entering the macro number and pressing the
macro code entry key
MDSE RETURN
Used to remove items from the sales totals and return goods back into stock. This key can be
used within or outside of a transaction
MISC TEND 1 - 16
Use a MISC TEND key to finalise or tender sales paid by various charges or other media.
Tendering may or may not be allowed depending upon programming
MISC TEND #
Used to access by code any one of the 16 MISC TEND keys used to finalise or tender sales
paid by various charges or other media. Tendering may or may not be allowed depending
upon programming
MODIFIER 1 - 10
Preceding a PLU entry a modifier key changes one digit of the PLU number, causing a
different PLU to be registered. MODIFIER Keys can be set to change either the item code or
the description only. This can be used to be build up a code number system with various
modifiers working together to sell a complied code. For example if MODIFIER 1 is set to
change the 4th digit of the PLU by 4 and MODIFIER 2 is set to change the 3rd digit by 5
pressing MODIFIER 1 then MODIFIER 2 followed by PLU 1 would sell code 4501 PLU 2
would become 4502 etc..
NEXT RECORD
Used to program the next record key, which is used during programming to move through the
program records.
#/NOSALE
Used to enter a non-adding memo number during a transaction (# function) or used to open
the cash drawer outside of a sale
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P/BAL
Enter an amount, then press the manual previous balance (P/bal) key to use the simplest form
of Charge Posting / Table Service.
PAGE DOWN
This key switches between pages on the register display. Used in Window Look-Ups etc.
PAGE UP
This key switches between pages on the register display. Used in Window Look-Ups etc.
PAID OUT 1 - 5
Press a Paid Out key to register monies removed from the cash drawer
PAID RECALL
The paid recall key is used to recall the last xx number of transactions, where xx is defined in
the memory. Pressing RECEIPT ISSUE key whilst a transaction is displayed will result in a
copy receipt for the sale, being printed.
%1 - %10
Ten discount/Premium keys are available to handle various types of discounts, mark downs
and adjustments to items or transactions.
PLU
Used to register a PLU by entering the appropriate PLU number and pressing the PLU/# key
PREVIOUS RECORD
This key is used to switch to the previous PLU entered.
PRICE LEVEL 1 - 20
Press a price level key prior to a PLU entry to shift the price of a PLU to a different ‘price set’
pre-programmed to the PLU. Each product has the ability to sell at five different prices. The
prices are not fixed however at price levels 1 through to five. The Price level can be allocated
from any of the twenty to provide detailed price reporting using the PLU by price level report
(if set in memory allocation). The norm for a bar is two prices normal and special offer price
this requires no special programming. The terminal however can be programmed to used up to
twenty price bands. For example we could have some PLUs using prices 1 – 5 representing
sizes and some PLUs using prices 6 – 10. This would then representing different products
types sold at different sizes; pressing the appropriate price key will sell the correct size. Then
using the price level report, the analysis would show the total per product a breakdown of the
price sales per product and overall sales total for all products per price level
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PRICE INQUIRY
Used to inquire on the retail price of a product this can be programmed to display for a single
item or multiple products
PRINT
This key is used to temporarily change the remote printer settings of a PLU allowing printing
to the programmed printer route allocated to this key. It is required that a product to priny has
KP Print set to Y to allow the item to be printed.
PRINT CHECK
Used during any open check or after finalisation to print a detailed bill for check tracking files
1 – 4, The bill can if required be programed to proint automatically to the printer defined by
this key.
PRINT HOLD
Used to remove the HOLD designation from an item or order, so that the items and their
instructions are now sent to the kitchen printer/KVS at finalisation
PROMO
Press the PROMO key to void the price (the item remains). This can be used in 2 for 1
promotions etc.
A promo count and value of discount given is shown on the financial reports.
PRINT SCREEN
Press the print screen key to print a copy of the current screen on the designated receipt
printer
QUIT
Press QUIT to automatically sign on/off the current cashier/clerk, when using the magnetic
card swipe.
RECEIPT ON /OFF
This is used to turn the receipt off, The receipt can be programmed using system flags to be a
continuous receipt with the ability to issue a post receipt (default setting) or to print only
when the post receipt key is pressed.
RECALL CHECK 1 - 4
The Check Tracking System can Maintain only balances (hard checks) or entire transactions
(soft checks) in the register memory. Four different tracking files can be separated to maintain
different information eg bar tabs, tables etc. The check number can be entered by the
employee or be programmed to be an automatically generate a number.
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RECD ACCT 1 - 5
Press a RECD ACCT key to register monies added to cash, check or miscellaneous media to
the drawer
RECEIPT ISSUE
Press this key to issue a copy receipt. This key can also be used with PAID RECALL to issue
receipts of past sales.
REPEAT
Use the repeat key to quickly re-order a set of items, for a check tracking sale. This key
repeats the last check order which has previously been stored.
SCALE
Use the scale key to automatically display the weight from a scale connected to the register, or
to manually enter a weight for extension.
SEAT#
Used to identify a specific seat (or person) within a transaction. Facilitates separate payment
by seat from a single check and identifies to the food preparation staff how to assemble meals.
This feature also provides separate billing
To allocate items to a seat enter the seat number and press the seat key prior to selling the
product or scroll through the items on the display and allocate by pressing the seat key
followed by the seat number then the seat key again to accept. Payment is accepted by
pressing subtotal then the seat key to display and pay the balances due.
SHIFT
Used to program the alpha programming Shift capital letters lock function key.
SPLIT ITEM
When like items are consolidated in a transaction. You can move the cursor to the item and
press the SPLIT ITEM key to display the items separately, instead of in consolidated form,
used normally to assist the items to seat allocation.
SPLIT PAYMENT
Use the split payment key to divide the amount of a guest check into equal segments for
payment and issue bills accordingly. To pay bills using the split payment method, recall the
guest check press the sutotal key then enter the numer of people by which the bill is to be split
then press the split payment key to activate the display of balances due for payment for each
person.
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STOCK INQUIRY
Used to display the current stock situation for a PLU, this will display the total stock for all
the registers in the system. This can be programmed to display stock for one item then return
to register mode or display stock for each product pressed until clear is used to exit.
STORE CHECK 1 - 4
The check tracking system can maintain only balances (hard check) or entire transactions (soft
check) in the register memory. Four different tracking files can be separately maintained. The
system can allow the operator to enter the check number manually using the RECALL
CHECK key or to automatically generate a check number.
SUBTOTAL
Used to display the balance due. This can be programmed to print on request.
TABLE 1 - 4
This is used for reference as to which table a check is related to, there can be numerous
checks per table, depending upon, programming of the store check key. There is also the
feature that checks can be recalled using the table number, if the table applies to more than
one check all relevant checks will be displayed in a selection window.
ANLAYSIS 2
This key is used to record sales totals providing analysis on the both the financial report and
special hourly sales, analysis reports. The default text can be changed providing sales analysis
for any category. This key can also be used to change the print location of a kitchen order.
TAX EXEMPT
The Tax Exempt can be programmed to exempt specific taxes from a sale.
TAX SHIFT 1 - 6
These are used to change temporarily the pre-programmed tax rate of a product.
TIME IN/OUT (CLOCK IN/OUT)
Enter the employee clock in code then press the key to record start and end work times,
breaks etc. Hours are maintained by the time clock system. There are various analysis reports
for labour costing analysis to assist with management of this feature.
TIP 1 - 3
Used to enter a tip amount on a check tracking bill, the tip keys can be programed as either
and percent or amount.
TRANSFER CHECK 1 - 4
Used to transfer check monies/open checks from one employee to another. This key is not
used for check numbers.
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TRAY SUBTOTAL (TICKET ISSUE)
This key provides excellent flexibility of receipt issuance. The sale is entered as normal in
register when a receipt is required this key is pressed and a receipt for all items sold to that
point is issued.
VALIDATE
Use this key to initiate a single line validation (requires a printer with validation capability)
VOID ITEM
This key is used to remove an item from a transaction. Locate the cursor on the item press the
VOID key.
WASTE
This is used to start and end entries of items that are wasted. A waste count is maintained for
each item and the inventory is adjusted, counters and values are provided on the reports.
WLU #
Used to access windows look up menus by their code number
X/TIME
Used for multiplication and split pricing entries in the register position.
PARK ORDER/SERVE ORDER
Used with the kitchen video system to control order service
KP ROUTING
The system stores four periods of order printing sequences for example during the day the bar
printer may print both food and drinks items whilst in the evening the bar prints drinks only
and the restaurant printer issues food orders. This can be changed automatically using time
periods or manually using this key.
NEW CHECK 1 – 4
The standard recall check key allows a check to be opened if it does not already exist. This is
excellent in hospitality tracking, however for account management credit may not so readily
be given. Therefore when this button is programmed accounts are not opened automatically.
A warning will indicate an account does not exist if an attempt is made to open using the
recall check key. The new check button is used to open new accounts. The programmability
for this key is automatically picked up from the status of the Recall check key.
NOFOUND PLU (not found PLU)
If a code is entered or scanned that does not exist It is possible using this key to create
PRICE CHANGE
This allows the pre-programmed price of an item to be changed.
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Outside Of Sale Functions
Time Display
1. Press X/TIME.
D ATE : M ON
2. Press X/TIME again
to exit the current
display.
REG MO DE
0 7/1 2/1 999
A NNI E W 00 1
T IME : 1 2:1 2: 05 PM
O PER ATO R:
R EG:
01
S AMS UNG
V 1.1 0UK
L1PO 1
A NNI E W
SPS -10 00
J UN .24 19 99
R On
REG 01
Selecting Keyboard Levels
Levels may be set by:
•
Function Key
•
X-Mode Menu Selection
•
Time Control
Function key selection is shown here.
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1. Press
MENU LEVL# 1.
L1PO 1
R On
REG 01
2. Press
MENU LEVL# 2.
L2PO 1
R On
REG 01
3. Press
MENU LEVL# 5.
L5PO 1
R On
REG 01
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Selecting Price Levels
Levels may be set by:
•
Function Key
•
X-Mode Menu Selection
•
Time Control
Function key selection is shown here.
1. Press
PRICE LEVL# 1.
L1PO 1
R On
REG 01
2. Press
PRICE LEVL# 2.
L1PO 2
R On
REG 01
3. Press
PRICE LEVL# 5.
L1PO 5
R On
REG 01
No Sale
1. Press #/NOSALE.
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#/NO SAL E
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Received on Account (Loan)
1. Press the appropriate
received on account
key, i.e. RECVED
MONIES.
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REC D A CCT 1
2. Enter the amount of
cash received; press
CASH.
CA SH
CH EQU E
MI SC TEN D#
0.0 0
TO TAL
5. Press DONE to
finalize and total the
amounts received.
CA SH CHE QUE MI SC TEN D# DON E
R On REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
REC D A CCT 1
3. Enter the amount of
check or checks
received; press
CHEQUE
4. Enter the amount of
charge or other
media, press the
appropriate
miscellaneous tender
key, i.e. MISC
TEND1.
0. 00
0.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
L1
L1PO 1
A NNI E W 00 1
0. 00
1 0.0 0
2 0.0 0
3 0.0 0
CA SH
CH EQU E
MI SC TEN D#
6 0.0 0
TO TAL
L1
L1PO 1
A NNI E W 00 1
CA SH CHE QUE MI SC TEN D# DON E
R On REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
REC D A CCT 1
A NNI E W 00 1
0. 00
1 0.0 0
2 0.0 0
3 0.0 0
CA SH
CH EQU E
MI SC TEN D#
6 0.0 0
TO TAL
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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R On
REG 01
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0.00
Paid Out (Pick Up)
1. Press the appropriate
paid out key,
i.e. PAID OUT
MONIES
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PAI D O UT1
2. Enter the amount of
cash paid out; press
CASH.
0.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
CA SH
CH EQU E
MI SC TEN D#
0.0 0
TO TAL
L1
L1PO 1
CA SH CHE QUE MI SC TEN D# DON E
R On REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
PAI D O UT1
-1 0.0 0
-2 0.0 0
-3 0.0 0
CA SH
CH EQU E
MI SC TEN D#
4. Enter the amount of
charge or other
media, press the
appropriate
miscellaneous tender
key, i.e. MISC
TEND1.
-6 0.0 0
TO TAL
L1
L1PO 1
A NNI E W 00 1
0.0 0
3. Enter the amount of
check or checks paid
out; press CHEQUE
5. Press DONE to
finalize and total the
amounts paid out.
A NNI E W 00 1
CA SH CHE QUE MI SC TEN D# DON E
R On REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
PAI D O UT1
A NNI E W 00 1
0.0 0
-1 0.0 0
-2 0.0 0
-3 0.0 0
CA SH
CH EQU E
MI SC TEN D#
-6 0.0 0
TO TAL
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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R On
REG 01
SPS1000
0.0 0
Item Registrations
Open PLU/Item Entries
Keyboard PLU
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
NOTE: To prevent
operator confusion,
TOTAL information
does not appear until
the first item is
registered. Or press
CL/ESC to clear the
display of any previous
transaction information.
L1PO 1
1. Enter the amount of
the item.
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L1PO 1
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R On
A NNI E W 00 1
R On
1.23
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1
P LU1
2. Press PLU #1.
A NNI E W 00 1
1.23
T OTA L
L1PO 1
R On
1.2 3
REG 01
Repeat
1. Enter the amount of
the item.
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2
P LU1
A NNI E W 00 1
2.46
2. Press PLU #1.
3. Press PLU #1 again
to register the second
item.
T OTA L
L1PO 1
R On
2.4 6
REG 01
Multiplication
1. Enter the quantity.
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3
P LU1
A NNI E W 00 1
3.69
2. Press X/TIME.
3. Enter the amount of
the item.
4. Press PLU #1.
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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REG 01
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3.69
Code Entry PLU
1. Enter the PLU code
number.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU1 0
A NNI E W 00 1
1.23
2. Press PLU NO.. The
AMOUNT
REQUIRED prompt
displays.
3. Enter the amount of
the item.
4. Press PLU NO..
T OTA L
L1PO 1
R On
1.23
REG 01
Preset PLU/Item Entries
Keyboard PLU
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1. Press PLU #2.
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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REG 01
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2.00
Code Entry PLU
1. Enter the PLU code
number.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU1 1
A NNI E W 00 1
11.0 0
2. Press PLU NO..
TO TAL
L1PO 1
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REG 01
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11.0 0
Condiment/PLU/Function Entry from a WLU
What is a WLU?
WLU stands for “Window Look Up”. A WLU window displays on the right half of
the screen.
A WLU can be triggered by registering a PLU that is programmed to activate a WLU,
by pressing a WLU function key on the keyboard that is assigned to a WLU, or
a WLU can be linked to another WLU, so that when selection(s) from the first WLU
are completed, another WLU is automatically opened.
Up to 10 items can be displayed at one time in a WLU. If there are more than 10
!” displays in the bottom left corner of the WLU
items in the WLU, an arrow “!
window. Press the PAGE DOWN key to view the next 10 items in the WLU. Press
the PAGE UP key to view the previous 10 items in the WLU. (The “"” indicator
#”
will display if there are items both above and below the current view; the “#
indicator will display if you are at the bottom of the list and there are items only above
the current view.)
WLU Applications
A WLU can list PLUs with condiment status, ordinary PLUs, and/or functions.
A WLU listing condiments may be linked to an item so that immediately after the
item is registered, condiment options for that item are displayed.
A WLU listing PLUs can be displayed by pressing a WLU function key on the
keyboard. In this way, a list of similar items, such as a wine list, can be displayed for
easy selection and entry.
A WLU listing functions can be displayed by pressing a WLU key on the keyboard.
In this way, functions that are only used occasionally can be accessed indirectly, or if
there are insufficient key locations on the keyboard for all the functions you wish to
use, some of them could be located on a WLU. (A function need not be on the
keyboard in order to be placed on a WLU.)
Any WLU can be set to list combinations of Condiment PLUs, ordinary PLUs or
functions.
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Programs Notes for Setting Up WLUs
Check your memory allocation settings (see “S-Mode Programming-Memory
Allocation” in the Program Manual.) The total number of WLUs available is
determined in memory allocation. The default is 10 WLUs; the maximum is 999
WLUs, if memory is available. The number of items that can be listed in a WLU also
set in memory allocation. The maximum is 50 items if memory is available.
Program the items for each WLU. First set the options for each individual WLU, then
add or delete items as necessary. (See “P-Mode Programming-Window Look Up
(WLU)” in the Program Manual.)
If a WLU is to be activated by the registration of an item, go to PLU programming
and enter the WLU number in the ACTIVATE WLU# field. (See “P-Mode
Programming-PLU Programming” in the Program Manual.)
If a WLU is to be activated by pressing a function key, identify the key as a WLU key
and set the WLU# that is to be activated. (See “P-Mode Programming-Keyboard Key
Relocation ” in the Program Manual.)
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Viewing a WLU
In this example a WLU with the title “CONDIMENTS” is programmed with 13 items.
PLU #7 is set to activate the WLU.
1. Press PLU #7. The
WLU displays with
the first condiment
item highlighted.
(You can selectively
view the name or
code of
PLU/Condiment
using LEFT/RIGHT
key.)
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A NNI E W 00 1
1
H OT DOG
COND IME NTS
1 C ATS UP
2 M UST ARD
3 N ION
4 P ICK LE
5 R ELI SH
6 M AYO
7 B UTT ER
8 G ARL IC
9 H OT SAU CE
10 M ILD SA UCE
! ↑ ↓ ← → EN T D ON E
T OTA L
L1PO 1
2. Press PAGE DOWN
to display the
remaining items of
the WLU.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
COND1.69
IME NTS
1
H OT DOG
4 P ICK LE
5 R ELI SH
6 M AYO
7 B UTT ER
8 G ARL IC
9 H OT SAU CE
10 M ILD SA UCE
11 T OMA T0
12 L ETT UCE
13 C HEE SE SAU CE
# ↑ ↓ ← → EN T D ON E
T OTA L
L1PO 1
3. Press PAGE UP to
return to a view of
previous items in the
WLU.
R On
T OTA L
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REG 01
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A NNI E W 0 0 1
1
H OT DOG
1.69
COND IME NTS
1 C ATS UP
2 M UST ARD
3 O NIO N
4 P ICK LE
5 R ELI SH
6 M AYO
7 B UTT ER
8 G ARL IC
9 H OT SAU CE
10 M ILD SA UCE
! ↑ ↓ ← → EN T D ON E
L1PO 1
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REG 01
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REG 01
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1.6 9
Selecting a Single Item from a WLU by Cursor Selection
In this example a WLU with the title “CONDIMENTS” is programmed with 13 items.
The WLU is set to can be closed with the DONE key. PLU #7 is set to activate the
WLU.
1. Press PLU #7. The
WLU displays with
the first condiment
item highlighted.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
COND IME NTS
1
H OT DOG
1.69
1 C ATS UP
2 M UST ARD
3 O NIO N
4 P ICK LE
5 R ELI SH
6 M AYO
7 B UTT ER
8 G ARL IC
9 H OT SAU CE
10 M ILD SA UCE
! ↑ ↓ ← → EN T D ON E
T OTA L
L1PO 1
2. Press the DOWN key
to move the cursor to
the second item on
the WLU.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
1
H OT DOG
1.69
COND IME NTS
1 C ATS UP
2 M UST ARD
3 O NIO N
4 P ICK LE
5 R ELI SH
6 M AYO
7 B UTT ER
8 G ARL IC
9 H OT SAU CE
10 M ILD SA UCE
! ↑ ↓ ← → EN T D ON E
T OTA L
L1PO 1
3. Press ENTER. (The
WLU remains open.)
1.6 9
REG 01
R On
1.6 9
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
H OT DOG
MUS TAR D
A NNI E W 00 1
1. 69
4. Press DONE to close
the WLU.
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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1.6 9
Selecting a Single Item from a WLU by Numeric Selection
In this example a WLU with the title “CONDIMENTS” is programmed with 13 items.
The WLU is set to can be closed with the DONE key. PLU #7 is set to activate the
WLU. But this numeric selection is not allowed if the WLU is programmed to allow
function key entry.
1. Press PLU #7. The
WLU displays with
the first condiment
item highlighted.
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A NNI E W 00 1
1
H OT DOG
1.69
COND IME NTS
1 C ATS UP
2 M UST ARD
3 O NIO N
4 P ICK LE
5 R ELI SH
6 M AYO
7 B UTT ER
8 G ARL IC
9 H OT SAU CE
10 M ILD SA UCE
! ↑ ↓ ← → EN T D ON E
T OTA L
L1PO 1
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
H OT DOG
MUS TAR D
2. Type 2 (to select
mustard).
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A NNI E W 00 1
1.69
3. Press ENTER. (The
WLU remains open.)
4. Press DONE to close
the WLU.
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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1.6 9
Selecting Multiple Items from a WLU - Closing with the Done Key
In this example a WLU with the title “CONDIMENTS” is programmed with 13 items.
The WLU is set to can be closed with the DONE key. PLU #7 is set to activate the
WLU. But the numeric selection is not allowed if the WLU is programmed to allow
function key entry
1. Press PLU #7. The
WLU displays with
the first condiment
item highlighted.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
1
H OT DOG
1.69
COND IME NTS
1 C ATS UP
2 M UST ARD
3 N ION
4 P ICK LE
5 R ELI SH
6 M AYO
7 B UTT ER
8 G ARL IC
9 H OT SAU CE
10 M ILD SA UCE
! ↑ ↓ ← → EN T D ON E
T OTA L
L1PO 1
2. Type 3.
3. Press ENTER. (The
WLU remains open.)
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
1
H OT DOG
1.69
COND IME NTS
ONI ON
1 C ATS UP
2 M UST ARD
3 O NIO N
4 P ICK LE
5 R ELI SH
6 M AYO
7 B UTT ER
8 G ARL IC
9 H OT SAU CE
10 M ILD SA UCE
! ↑ ↓ ← → EN T D ON E
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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4. Type 6.
5. Press ENTER. (The
WLU remains open.)
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
COND IME NTS
1
H OT DOG
1.69
1 C ATS UP
ONI ON
2 M UST ARD
MAY O
3 O NIO N
4 P ICK LE
5 R ELI SH
6 M AYO
7 B UTT ER
8 G ARL IC
9 H OT SAU CE
10 M ILD SA UCE
! ↑ ↓ ← → EN T D ON E
T OTA L
L1PO 1
6. Press DONE to close
the WLU.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
H OT DOG
ONI ON
MAY O
A NNI E W 00 1
1.69
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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REG 01
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1.6 9
Multiplication of Condiments in a WLU
In this example a WLU with the title “CHICKEN” is programmed with 3 items
describing the ways chicken can be prepared. The WLU is set to require 8 item
choices and item multiplication is set to Y(es). PLU #8 is set to activate the WLU.
1. Press PLU #8. The
WLU displays with
the first condiment
item highlighted. The
INPUT QTY message
displays.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
1
8 PC CH IC KN
1.69
CHIC KEN
1 O RIG INA L
2 C RIS PY
3 B BQ
↑ ↓ ••
INPU
T ENT
Q TY DO NE X/ TM
T OTA L
L1PO 1
2. Press the UP or
DOWN keys to move
the cursor to the
condiment you wish
to select.
R On
1.6 9
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
1
8 PC CH IC KN
1.69
COND IME NTS
2
ORI GIN AL 1 0 RIG INA L
2 C RIS PY
3 B BQ
↑ ↓ ••
INPU
T ENT
Q TY DO NE X/ TM
3. Enter 2.
SAMSUNG
4.
Press X/TIME.
5.
Press ENTER. (The
Input Qty prompt and
WLU window do not
clear until the total
quantity set for the #
of choices on the
WLU are selected.)
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T OTA L
L1PO 1
R On
REG 01
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1.6 9
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
8 PC CH IC KN
2
ORI GIN AL
6
BBQ
6. Enter 6.
7. Press X/TIME.
8. Enter 3.
A NNI E W 00 1
1.69
9. Press ENTER. (The
Input Qty prompt and
WLU window clear
because the total
quantity required of 8
has been fulfilled.)
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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Multiple WLUs
A WLU maybe linked to another WLU, so that when the first WLU is completed, the
second in automatically displayed. In this example, the first WLU displays the
choices of potato for the item. The potato WLU is linked to the soup/salad WLU so
that when the potato is selected, the soup/salad WLU is automatically opened. The
salad selection on the soup/salad WLU is programmed to open the dressing WLU, so
that only if salad is selected, you are required to enter a dressing selection. PLU #9
opens the potato WLU.
1. Press PLU #9. The
potato WLU displays
with the first item
highlighted.
2. Press the UP or
DOWN keys to move
the cursor to an item
and press ENTER.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
1
P RIM E R IB
9.69
POTA
TO
1 B AKE D
2 F REN CH FRI ES
3 H ASH BR OWN S
↑ ↓ ← → ENT DO NE
T OTA L
L1PO 1
3. Press DONE to close
the potato WLU and
the linked soup/salad
WLU is opened.
4. Type 2 and press
ENTER to select
salad.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
1
P RIM E R IB
9.LAD
69
SOUP /SA
BAK ED
1 S OUP
2 S ALA D
3 J UIC E
↑ ↓ ← → ENT DO NE
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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5. Press DONE to close
soup/salad WLU and
the linked dressing
WLU is opened.
6. Select appropriate
dressing to complete
the sequence.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
1
P RIM E R IB
9. 69
DRES SIN G
BAK ED
1 F REN CH
SAL AD
2 I TAL IAN
3 B LUE CH EES E
↑ ↓ ← → ENT DO NE
T OTA L
L1PO 1
7. Press DONE and the
dressing WLU is
closed.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P RIM E R IB
BAK ED
SAL AD
FRE NCH
A NNI E W 00 1
9. 69
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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REG 01
REG 01
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9.6 9
Using Functions From Window Look Up (WLU)
A WLU can serve as a menu of functions that are not located on the keyboard. In a
restaurant for example, various tender key list could be on a WLU menu to save space
on the keyboard. The capacity of a WLU is defined in memory allocation, up to 50
items per WLU. The WLU display window can view up to 10 items. The PAGE UP
and PAGE DOWN keys can be used to view additional WLU items when the there
are more than ten function keys in the WLU.
User can select function with/without additional value. But numeric selection is not
allowed for the function key WLU.
1. Press the PLU list
WLU.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
TEND
ER
1
S HRI MP
CL
4.5
0 LIS T
1 C ASH
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
CHEQUE
VISA
MASTER
AMEX
BC
MISC TEND5
MISC TEND6
MISC TEND7
MISC TEND8
! ↑ ↓ ← → ENT D ONE
T OTA L
L1PO 1
2. Press PAGE DOWN
to view the second
page of the WLU.
R On
4.5 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
1
S HRI MP CT L
4.5 0
LIQU OR LIS T
11 M ISC TE ND9
12 M ISC TE ND 10
! ↑ ↓ ← → ENT D ONE
UP DWN EN T DON E
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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3. Select a function by
pressing the UP or
DOWN keys to select
your choice and press
ENTER without
amount.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
S HRI MP CT L
TOTA L
L1PO 1
4.5 0
C ASH
R On
A NNI E W 00 1
4.5 0
4. 50
REG 01
Or
3. Select a function by
pressing the UP or
DOWN keys to select
your choice and press
ENTER with amount
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
S HRI MP CT L
TOTA L
L1PO 1
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4.5 0
C ASH
R On
A NNI E W 00 1
4.50
5. 00
CH ANG E
REG 01
SPS1000
0.5 0
Price Level Shift
The current price level can be set by an X mode program, by price level key, or
automatically by the time of day or day of week. Price levels can be locked into a
specific level (stay down) or they can return to a default level after being shifted to
another level for a single registration (pop up). When price level keys are used, press
the appropriate price shift key prior to entering the PLU.
In this example, price levels are set to pop up after each item and the default level is
price level 1. PLU #1 is preset at 1.00 for price level 1 and at 2.00 for price level 2.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU1
1. Press PLU#1.
A NNI E W 00 1
1.00
2. Press the PRICE
LEVL 2 key.
PRIC E L VL2
T OTA L
L1PO 1
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU1
1
P LU1
3. Press PLU#1.
A NNI E W 00 1
1.00
2.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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REG 01
REG 01
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3.0 0
Scale Items
The SPS 1000 can be interfaced to an electronic scale, allowing direct entry of the
item's weight by using the SCALE key or selling Auto-Scale PLU will get the weight
automatically without SCALE key.
Scale Program Notes:
•
See “P-Mode Programming-PLU Status Group" in the Program Manual.
The following options affect each PLU linked to a PLU status group.
⇒ IS PLU SCALEABLE? If yes, the PLU may be registered only by
multiplying a weight by the PLU.
⇒ AUTO SCALE ON THIS PLU? If yes, the weight on the scale will
be automatically multiplied when the PLU is registered.
⇒ AUTO TARE# (0-20) If a tare is selected here, the preprogrammed
tare weight will be subtracted from the scale weight when the PLU is
registered.
•
See “P-Mode Programming-Function Key” in the Program Manual to set
the Scale Key attributes:
⇒ ACTIVE IN X ONLY?
⇒ ALLOW MANUAL ENTRY OF WEIGHT?
This flag will allow entering weight manually for scaleable PLU.
⇒ INHIBIT TARE WEIGHT ENTRY?
⇒ TARE ENTRY IN X ONLY?
⇒ TARE ENTRY IS COMPULSORY?
⇒ WEIGHT SYMBOL : Y=kg/N=lb
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Direct Scale Entry
1. Place the item on the
scale.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
2. Press the SCALE key
to display the weight.
2.23 lb
L1PO 1
3. Register the scaleable
PLU.
R On
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
2. 23B ANA NAS
A NNI E W 00 1
2.23
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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REG 01
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2.2 3
Auto Scale Entry
1. Place the item on the
scale.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
2. Register the auto scale
PLU.
2.23 lb
L1PO 1
R On
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
2. 23B ANA NAS
3. The PLU weigh
itself automatically
and sold.
A NNI E W 00 1
2.23
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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2.2 3
Manual Weight Entry
1. Enter the weight
using the decimal
key
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
2. Press the SCALE key
to display the weight.
1.59 lb
L1PO 1
3. Register the scaleable
PLU.
R On
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1. 59A PPL ES
A NNI E W 00 1
1.59
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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1.5 9
Auto Tare Weight
In this example, the tare weight of 0.10 lbs. is automatically subtracted when the ICE
CREAM PLU is registered.
1. Place the item on the
scale.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
2. Press the SCALE key
to display the weight
if it is not a auto scale
PLU.
1.39 lb
L1PO 1
3. Register the scaleable
PLU.
A NNI E W 00 1
R On
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1. 29I CE CRE AM
A NNI E W 00 1
1.29
T OTA L
L1PO 1
R On
REG 01
NOTE: The user must program the “15. AUTO TARE#” of linked PLU status group before using
this auto tare weight function.
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Manual Tare Weight Entry
1. Place the item on the
scale.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
1.39 lb
T OTA L
L1PO 1
2. Enter the tare # and
press the SCALE key
to display the weight
less the tare.
R On
0.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
1.29 lb
T OTA L
L1PO 1
3. Register the scaleable
PLU.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1. 29I CE CRE AM
A NNI E W 00 1
1.29
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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0.0 0
REG 01
REG 01
SPS1000
1.2 9
PRINT (Grill) Key
The PRINT key allows the operator to send items to the kitchen printer. Use the
PRINT key (or label the key GRILL) to send items wouldn't normally go to a kitchen
printer or send items that require special attention. All printer output made using the
PRINT key is in addition to regular output.
To use the PRINT key feature, press the PRINT key before the first item and
immediately after the last item to want printed for special attention. In this example, a
BLT sandwich has been ordered without mayo.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
H OT DOG
1. Press PRINT.
A NNI E W 00 1
1.69
(The “G” displays
in the bottom of
the window)
T OTA L
L1PO 1 G
2. Enter the item and
condiments or
instructions.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
H OT DOG
1
B LT
NO MAY O
A NNI E W 00 1
1.69
2.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1 G
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REG 01
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3. Press the PRINT key
again to send the item
& instructions to the
kitchen printer group
identified in the PLUs
status group at
"AUTO GRILL KP
GROUP #".
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
H OT DOG
1
B LT
NO MAY O
A NNI E W 00 1
1.69
2.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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3.6 9
Auto Grill Item
Some items may be programmed as "AUTO GRILL" so they will always be sent to
the designated grill printer. The advantage of using auto grill is the item is sent to the
printer immediately when the next item is registered, or when the PRINT key is
pressed. This allows for speedy service in fast food environments.
1. Enter the auto grill
item and condiments
or instructions.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
H OT DOG
1
B LT
NO MAY O
A NNI E W 00 1
1.69
2.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
2. Enter the next item or
press the PRINT key
to send the item and
instructions to the
kitchen printer group
identified in the PLUs
status group at
"AUTO GRILL KP
GROUP #".
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
H OT DOG
1
B LT
NO MAY O
1
C OKE
A NNI E W 00 1
1.69
2.00
0.75
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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REG 01
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4.4 4
Promo
The PROMO key allows the operator to account for promotional items (i.e. by two,
get one free).
1. Register the items to
be sold.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
3
H OT DOG
A NNI E W 00 1
4.50
T OTA L
L1PO 1
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
3
H OT DOG
P ROM O
2. Press PROMO.
4.5 0
REG 01
EMP LOY EE1 00 1
4.50
PROM O
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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4.5 0
3. Register the items to
promoted.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
3
H OT DOG
PRO MO
1
H OT DOG
A NNI E W 00 1
4.50
-1.5 0
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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SPS1000
3.0 0
Waste
The WASTE key allow control of inventory by accounting for items which must be
removed from stock due to spoilage, breakage, or mistakes. The WASTE key may be
under manager control, requiring the key lock to be in the "X" position. The WASTE
key is not allowed within a sale.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNIE W 00 1
* ** ** WAS TE *** **
1. Press WASTE.
TO TAL 0. 00
L1PO 1
2. Register the wasted
items.
R On
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
* ** ** WAS TE *** **
3
H OT DOG
4.50
T OTA L
L1PO 1
R On
4.5 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
* ** ** WAS TE *** **
3
H OT DOG
4.50
3. Press WASTE to
finalize.
* ** ** WAS TE *** **
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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4.5 0
Price Inquiry
Use the PRICE INQ key to check the price of an item without registering it.
1. Press PRICE INQ.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
2. Enter the PLU
number and PLU
NO. key or press the
PLU on Keyboard.
PRIC E I NQ
1
PLU#
PLU1
L1PO 1
3. Press the PLU key
again if you wish to
register the item.
1. 00
R On
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU1
A NNI E W 00 1
1.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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1.0 0
Stock Inquiry
Use the STOCK INQ key to check the stock count of an item.
1. Press STOCK INQ.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
2. Enter the PLU
number and PLU
NO. key or press the
PLU on Keyboard.
STOC K I NQ
PLU#
PLU1
L1PO 1
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1. 00
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Food Stamp Shift
Note: Display (Yes or No) of food stamp eligible indicators is controlled by an
option flag.
In the following examples:
•
Tax 1 is 10%
•
PLU #15 is taxable by tax 1 and not food stamp eligible
•
PLU #16 is taxable by tax 1 and food stamp eligible
Selling a Non-Food Stamp Eligible Item with Food Stamp Eligibility
To sell a non-food stamp eligible item with food stamp eligibility, press the FD/S
SHIFT key before the item entry.
1. Enter amount, press
PLU#15.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU1 5 TX 1
1
P LU1 5 F S TX1
2. Press the
FD/S SHIFT key,.
enter amount, press
PLU#15, or
A NNI E W 00 1
12.0 0
12.0 0
Food Stamp
eligibility indicator
Enter amount, press
FD/S SHIFT, press
PLU#15.
TO TAL
L1PO 1
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2 6.4 0
Selling a Food Stamp Eligible Item as Non-Food Stamp Eligible
To sell a food stamp eligible item as non-food stamp eligible, press the FD/S SHIFT
key before the item entry.
1. Enter amount, press
PLU#16.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU1 6 F S TX1
1
P LU1 6 TX1
A NNI E W 00 1
12.0 0
12.0 0
2. Press the
FD/S SHIFT key,.
enter amount, press
PLU#16, or
Enter amount, press
FD/S SHIFT, press
PLU#16.
TO TAL
L1PO 1
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2 6.4 0
Tax Shift and Tax Exemption
Note: Display (Yes or No) of Taxable Item indicators is controlled by an option
flag. See “Tax Options” in the Program Manual.
In the following examples:
•
Tax 1 is 5%, tax 2 is 10%
•
PLU #11 is nontaxable
•
PLU #12 is taxable by tax 1
•
PLU #13 is taxable by tax 2
•
PLU #14 is taxable by tax 1 & 2
Excepting Tax from a Taxable Item
To except tax 1, press TAX SHIFT1; to except tax 2, press TAX SHIFT2; to except
multiple taxes, press each of the appropriate tax shift keys,
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU1 2 TX1
1. Press PLU#12.
A NNI E W 00 1
12.0 0
TO TAL
L1PO 1
2. Press TAX SHIFT1.
R On
1 2.6 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU1 2 TX1
A NNI E W 00 1
12.0 0
TAX SHI FT1
TO TAL
L1PO 1
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07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU1 2 TX1
1
P LU1 2
3. Press PLU#12.
A NNI E W 00 1
12.0 0
12.0 0
TO TAL
L1PO 1
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2 4.6 0
Adding Tax to a Non-Taxable Item
To charge tax 1, press TAX SHIFT1; to charge tax 2, press TAX SHIFT2; to charge
multiple taxes, press each of the appropriate tax shift keys,
1. Press PLU#11.
2. Press TAX SHIFT1.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU1 1
1
P LU1 1 TX1
A NNI E W 00 1
11.0 0
11.0 0
3. Press PLU#11.
TO TAL
L1PO 1
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2 2.5 5
Excepting Tax on an Entire Sale
Taxes can be excepted from an entire sale by using a pre-programmed TAX
EXEMPT key or by pressing the appropriate tax shift key.
Tax Exception With TAX EXEMPT Key
In this example the TAX EXEMPT key has been programmed to remove all taxes.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
2 P LU1 2 TX1
1. Press PLU#12.
A NNI E W 00 1
24.0 0
2. Press PLU#12.
TO TAL
L1PO 1
3. Press SUB-TOTAL.
R On
2 5.2 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
2 P LU1 2 TX1
A NNI E W 00 1
24.0 0
SUBT OTA L
TO TAL
L1PO 1
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2 5.2 0
REG 01
SPS1000
4. Press TAX
EXEMPT.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
2
P LU1 2 TX1
A NNI E W 00 1
24.0 0
SUBT OTA L
TO TAL
L1PO 1
5. Press CASH.
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24. 00
2 4.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
2
P LU1 2 TX1
TOTA L
L1PO 1
SAMSUNG
R On
A NNI E W 00 1
24.0 0
C ASH
24. 00
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SPS1000
Tax Exemption With TAX Shift Keys
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
2
P LU1 2 TX1
1. Press PLU#12.
A NNI E W 00 1
24.0 0
2. Press PLU#12.
TO TAL
L1PO 1
3. Press SUB-TOTAL.
R On
2 5.2 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
2
P LU1 2 TX1
A NNI E W 00 1
24.0 0
SUBT OTA L
TO TAL
L1PO 1
4. Press TAX SHIFT1.
R On
2 5.2 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
2
P LU1 2 TX1
A NNI E W 00 1
24.0 0
TAX SHI FT1
TO TAL
L1PO 1
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R On
2 4.0 0
REG 01
SPS1000
5. Press CASH.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
2
P LU1 2 TX1
TOTA L
L1PO 1
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24. 00
A NNI E W 00 1
24.0 0
C ASH
24. 00
R On REG 01
SPS1000
% Key Operations
The % (percentage) key is programmable and may be set up to handle a variety of
discounts, surcharges or coupons. Up to 10 keys are available, each can:
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•
apply to a Sale or an Item
•
accept an amount entry or calculate a percentage
•
be positive (surcharge) or negative (discount)
•
be open or preset (preset may be price or percentage, depending upon
other setup)
•
calculate taxes before or after the discount is applied
•
allow the discount to reduce the food stamp subtotal
•
allow the "do it" subtotal discount function. This “do it” function simplify
the calculation of discount amount. If the user enter the tender total
amount, this “do it” function automatically calculates the discount
amount.
•
enforce validation after the % key function
•
if the % key is preset at a set percentage, allow override of the percentage,
or to allow override of the percentage in 'X' mode only
•
if the % key is an item discount/surcharge function, net the item total or
not
•
if the % key is a subtotal amount function (vendor coupon), allow
multiple coupons without pressing subtotal or allow only one coupon
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SPS1000
Sale (Subtotal) Discounts
Open Percentage Discount (Or Overriding a Preset Percentage)
%1 key is programmed as an open percentage discount on the entire sale.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
1. Press PLU#2.
2. Press PLU#3.
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
3. Press SUB-TOTAL
(optional)
4. Enter 1 5 (15%),
press %1.
R On
5.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 PL U2
1 PL U3
% 1
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
-0. 7 5
T OTA L 4 .25
L1PO 1
5. Press CASH.
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
% 1
TOTA L
L1PO 1
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4. 25
C ASH
R On
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
-0.7 5
4. 25
REG 01
SPS1000
Preset Percentage Discount
%2 key is programmed as an preset (10%) discount on the entire sale.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
1. Press PLU#2.
2. Press PLU#3.
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
3. Press SUB-TOTAL
(optional)
4. Press %2.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
% 2
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
-0.5 0
T OTA L
L1PO 1
5. Press CASH.
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4. 50
C ASH
R On
4.5 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
% 2
TOTA L
L1PO 1
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R On
5.0 0
REG 01
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
-0.5 0
4. 50
REG 01
SPS1000
Amount Subtotal Discount
%3 key is programmed as an open amount discount on the entire sale.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
1. Press PLU#2.
2. Press PLU#3.
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
3. Press SUB-TOTAL
(optional)
4. Enter the amount of
the discount, press
%3.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
% 3
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
-1.0 0
T OTA L
L1PO 1
5. Press CASH.
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4. 00
C ASH
R On
4.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
% 3
TOTA L
L1PO 1
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R On
5.0 0
REG 01
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
-1.0 0
4. 00
REG 01
SPS1000
"Do It" Discount
%4 key is programmed as a "Do It" entire sale.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
1. Press PLU#2.
2. Press PLU#3.
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
3. Press SUB-TOTAL
(optional)
4. Enter the amount of
the tender (4.25 in
this example), press
%4.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
% 4
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
-0.7 5
T OTA L
L1PO 1
5. Press CASH.
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4. 25
C ASH
R On
4.2 5
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
% 4
TOTA L
L1PO 1
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R On
5.0 0
REG 01
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
-0.7 5
4. 25
REG 01
SPS1000
Seat # Discount
This pertains to soft check operations only. A subtotal discount can be given to only a
specific seat number. The %5 key is programmed as an preset (10%) discount on the
entire sale.
1. Press SUB-TOTAL.
2. Enter 2 (for seat # 2)
and SEAT#, then
press the %5 key.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
1
S TEA K S 1
1
S TEA K S 2
1
W ALL EYE S 3
BRO ILE D
1
C OKE S2
% 5
A NNI E W 00 1
0/ ANN IE W
8.00
8.00
9.00
1.50
-0.9 5
TO TAL
L1PO 1
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R On
2 5.5 5
REG 01
SPS1000
Item Discounts
Open Percentage Discount (Or Overriding a Preset Percentage)
The %1 key is programmed as an open percentage discount on an item.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
1. Press PLU#2.
2. Press PLU#3.
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
3. Enter 1 5 . 5 (15.5%),
press the %1 key.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
% 1
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
-0.4 7
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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R On
5.0 0
REG 01
REG 01
SPS1000
4.5 3
Preset Percentage Discount
The %2 key is programmed as an preset (10%) discount on an item.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
1. Press PLU#2.
2. Press PLU#3.
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
3. Press the %2 key.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
% 2
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
-0.3 0
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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R On
5.0 0
REG 01
REG 01
SPS1000
4.7 0
Discount on Cursor Selected Item
The %3 key is programmed as an preset (10%) discount on an item.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
1. Press PLU#2.
2. Press PLU#3.
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
3. Press the UP key.
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
4. Press the %3 key.
R On
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
-0.2 0
T OTA L
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R On
5.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
% 3
L1PO 1
5.0 0
REG 01
REG 01
SPS1000
4.8 0
Store (Item) Coupon
The %1 key is programmed as an open amount discount on an item (store coupon).
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
1. Press PLU#2.
2. Press PLU#3.
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
3. Enter the amount,
press the %1 key.
4. Press the PLU#1 (the
PLU the coupon is to
be subtracted from.)
R On
5.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
C OUP ON
1
P LU1
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
-1.0 0
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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R On
REG 01
SPS1000
4.0 0
Surcharges
Preset % Surcharge on an Entire Sale
The %1 key is programmed as an preset (10%) surcharge on the entire sale.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
1. Press PLU#2.
2. Press PLU#3.
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
3. Press SUB-TOTAL
(optional).
4. Press the %1 key.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
%1
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
0.50
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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R On
5.0 0
REG 01
REG 01
SPS1000
5.5 0
5. Press CASH.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
% 1
TOTA L
L1PO 1
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5. 50
C ASH
R On
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
0.50
5. 50
REG 01
SPS1000
Open % Key Surcharge (Or Overriding a Preset Percentage)
The %3 key is programmed as an open percentage surcharge on the entire sale.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
1. Press PLU#2.
2. Press PLU#3.
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
3. Press SUB-TOTAL
(optional.)
4. Enter 1 5 (15%),
press the %3 key.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
% 3
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
0.75
T OTA L
L1PO 1
5. Press CASH.
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5. 75
C ASH
R On
5.7 5
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
% 3
TOTA L
L1PO 1
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R On
5.0 0
REG 01
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
0.75
5. 75
REG 01
SPS1000
Preset % Surcharge on an Item
The %2 key is programmed as an preset (10%) surcharge on an item.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
1. Press PLU#2.
2. Press PLU#3.
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
3. Press the %2 key.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
% 2
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
0.30
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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R On
5.0 0
REG 01
REG 01
SPS1000
5.3 0
Open % Key Surcharge (Or Overriding a Preset Percentage)
The %1 key is programmed as an open percentage surcharge on an item.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
1. Press PLU#2.
2. Press PLU#3.
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
3. Enter 1 5 (15%),
press the %1 key.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
% 1
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
0.45
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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R On
5.0 0
REG 01
REG 01
SPS1000
5.4 5
GUEST CHECK OPERATIONS
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SPS1000
Guest Check Operations
Overview
The SPS 1000 can employ a manual previous balance, hard check, or soft check
system. If manual previous balance is selected, the check balance is not saved in
memory and is input manually by the operator (use the manual previous balance key).
If a hard check system is selected, only the previous balance is maintained in memory.
If a soft check system is selected, the check detail is kept in memory until the check is
paid. (After a check is paid, check detail is available only through the PAID
RECALL function, if it is implemented, or the closed check file, if it is
implemented.)
For hard or soft check operations, the following tracking options are available:
1. Tracking by manually entering the check number. (The number of digits
in the check number may be set from 0-10, with zero meaning no fixed
length.) Table number entry may be required.
2. Tracking by automatically assigning a check number. Starting check
numbers can be set for each register in the system.
3. Tracking by Table Number, where a check number is also assigned.
Multiple checks may be assigned at the same table.
In cases 1 & 3 above both a check # and a table # are connected to a balance. The
balance can be recalled either by the check number, or by the table number. (If there
are multiple checks at the same table, an attempt to recall by table number will result
in a screen listing the open checks at the table. The operator may then select one of
the checks to open.)
Multiple Tracking Files
The SPS 1000 allows up to 4 separate tracking files. This allows you to set up
different files for guest check/table tracking, phone order tracking, drive thru tracking
for multiple windows, or whatever your application requires. The number of tracking
files and the total number of checks is defined in memory allocation. The method of
tracking you select (hard/soft) applies to all tracking files.
Because there are 4 possible tracking files, there are 4 different function keys for each
of the following functions:
• RECALL CHECK (1-4)
• STORE CHECK (1-4)
• TABLE (1-4)
• LIST CHECK (1-4)
• TRANSFER CHECK (1-4)
• NEW CHECK (1-4)
Note that the tracking file number (1-4) is displayed on the screen in situations when
checks are listed (i.e. checks with held items, multiple checks on the same table, the
List Check screen and the Transfer Check screen.
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07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
TBL# (1) CH ECK # G#
S ERV ER TIM E
BAL ANC E
6
10
2 A NNI E
120 1
5.0 0
6
11
2 A NNI E
123 0
9.0 0
Tracking File # is indicated
ENT ER DON E
L1PO 1
R On
REG 01
# Of Guests
Entry is optional and is controlled by system flag. May be required on all transactions
or only on tracking transactions.
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SPS1000
Manual Previous Balance
NOTE: Neither the new balance or transaction items are stored in memory and
neither can be recalled when using manual previous balance posting.
Although not commonly used, the SPS 1000 has the capability of manual previous
balance operations. Manual previous balance means that the balance amount is
entered through the numeric keypad. New items entered are added to the previous
balance and the new balance is computed when the transaction is finalized.
Function Key Notes:
•
Use the P/BAL key (function key code #148) to enter the previous
balance amount.
This not stored in memory an are allowed only when the system does not employ any
tracking operations (STORE CHECK/RECALL CHECK 1-4 are not used). Any of
the four STORE CHECK 1-4 keys may be used to service the transaction.
Opening a Check
1. Enter zero, press
P/BAL.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
P/BA L
A NNI E W 00 1
0.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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REG 01
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0.0 0
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
P/BA L
1 PL U2
1 PL U3
2. Enter items.
A NNI E W 00 1
0.00
2.00
3.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
3. Press any one of the
four store check
functions, i.e. HOLD
CHECK.
R On
5.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
P/BA L
1 PL U2
1 PL U3
A NNI E W 00 1
0.00
2.00
3.00
SERV ED
T OTA L
L1PO 1
R On
5.0 0
REG 01
Adding to a Check
1. Enter amount, press
P/BAL.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
P/BA L
A NNI E W 00 1
5.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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REG 01
SPS1000
5.0 0
2. Enter items.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
P/BA L
1 PL U4
1 PL U5
A NNI E W 00 1
5.00
4.00
5.00
TO TAL
L1PO 1
3. Press HOLD
CHECK.
R On
1 4.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
P/BA L
1 PL U4
1 PL U5
A NNI E W 00 1
5.00
4.00
5.00
SERV ED
TO TAL
L1PO 1
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R On
1 4.0 0
REG 01
SPS1000
Paying a Check
1. Enter amount, press
P/BAL.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
P/BA L
A NNI E W 00 1
14.0 0
TO TAL
L1PO 1
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
P/BA L
2. Optional:
1 4.0 0
REG 01
A NNI E W 00 1
14.0 0
Press SUB-TOTAL.
SUBT OTA L
TO TAL
L1PO 1
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1 4.0 0
REG 01
SPS1000
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
P/BA L
3. Press CASH, or
A NNI E W 00 1
14.0 0
Enter amount and
press CASH, or
Press CHEQUE or
Enter amount and
press CHEQUE, or
Press one of the
miscellaneous tender
keys, i.e. MISC
TEND1, or
TOTA L
L1PO 1
14. 00
C ASH
20. 00
CH ANG E
R On REG 01
Enter amount and
press
MISC TEND1.
Note: If tender is less than balance, press HOLD CHECK to finalize.
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6.0 0
Hard Check Posting
With "hard check" posting, only current balances are stored in memory.
Procedures and options relating to beginning, adding to and paying a check are the
same on "hard" and "soft" check posting, except it is necessary to print an update to
the check at each posting. Note that when a hard check is recalled, the previous
balance is displayed. (Where in soft check posting the previously registered items are
recalled.)
Recalling a Hard Check
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
1 1/ TBL # 6 /GS T#
P/BA L
1. Depending on the
method used:
A NNI E W 00 1
2/ ANN IE W
0 .00
Enter check number,
press one of the
Recall Check
functions, i.e. OPEN
CHECK NO. or
Enter table number,
press one of the Table
functions, i.e.
TABLE NO.
2. Note that the previous
balance is displayed.
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L1PO 1
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R On
REG 01
SPS1000
0.0 0
Soft Check Posting
It is not necessary to print the check at each posting. The PRINT BILL key will print
the order at the designated printer. The PRINT BILL key can be programmed to
automatically service the transaction.
And the SLIP key also available, this key can print the order as hard check style(auto
line find)
Beginning a Check
1. Depending upon how
programmed:
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
A NNI E W 00 1
0/ ANN IE W
a) Enter check number,
press one of the
Recall Check
functions, i.e. OPEN
CHECK NO., or
b) Press OPEN
CHECK NO. to
automatically assign a
check number, or
c) Enter the table # and
press the appropriate
Table # function, i.e.
TABLE NO. (Note:
If the recall function
is set as “assigned by
register”, then a
check number will be
assigned
automatically when
the table is input.)
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REG 01
SPS1000
0.0 0
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
2. Optional:
A NNI E W 00 1
0/ ANN IE W
Enter table number,
press TABLE NO.
T OTA L
L1PO 1
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
3. Optional:
0.0 0
REG 01
A NNI E W 00 1
2/ ANN IE W
Enter number of
guests, press GUEST
NO.
T OTA L
L1PO 1
4. Enter items.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
1 PL U4
1 PL U5
A NNI E W 00 1
2/ ANN IE W
4.00
5.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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R On
0.0 0
REG 01
REG 01
SPS1000
9.0 0
5. Press the appropriate
Store Check function,
i.e.
HOLD CHECK.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
1 PL U4
1 PL U5
A NNI E W 00 1
2/ ANN IE W
4.00
5.00
SERV ED
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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R On
REG 01
SPS1000
9.0 0
Adding to a Check
1.
a) Check Method:
Enter the check
number, press the
appropriate recall
check function, i.e.
OPEN CHECK
NO., or
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CHK#
1 1/ TBL # 2 /GST #
2/ ANN IE W
1 PL U4
4.00
1 PL U5
5.00
---- --- --- --- -- -------------------------
b) Table Method:
Enter the table
number, press the
appropriate Table #
function, i.e. TABLE
NO.
c) If Multiple Checks
are open for the same
Table, the checks will
be listed:
T OTA L
L1PO 1
R On
9.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
TBL# (1) CH ECK # G#
S ERV ER TIM E
BAL ANC E
2
10
2 A NNI E
120 1
5.0 0
2
11
2 A NNI E 1 20 5
9.0 0
Press the UP or
DOWN keys to select
the check you wish to
open.
ENT ER DON E
L1PO 1
Press ENTER.
R On
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CHK#
1 1/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
2/ ANN IE W
1 PL U4
4.00
1 PL U5
5.00
---- --- --- --- -- -------------------------
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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9.0 0
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CHK#
1 1/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
2/ ANN IE W
1 PL U4
4.00
1 PL U5
5.00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------1 PL U2
2.00
1 PL U3
3.00
2. Enter items.
TO TAL
L1PO 1
3. Press the appropriate
Store Check function,
i.e.
HOLD CHECK.
R On
1 4.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CHK#
1 1/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
2/ ANN IE W
1 PL U4
4.00
1 PL U5
5.00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------1 PLU 2
2.00
1 PLU 3
3.00
SERV ED
TO TAL
L1PO 1
R On
1 4.0 0
REG 01
Note: The separation line will appear when the check recalled to distinguish the newly
sold items from previous one.
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Paying a Check
1. Check Method:
Enter the check
number, press the
appropriate recall
check function, i.e.
OPEN CHECK
NO., or
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CHK#
1 1/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
2/ ANN IE W
1 PL U4
4.00
1 PL U5
5.00
1 PL U2
2.00
1 PL U3
3.00
---- --- --- --- -- -------------------------
TO TAL
L1PO 1
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R On
1 4.0 0
REG 01
SPS1000
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CHK#
1 1/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
2/ ANN IE W
1 PL U4
4.00
1 PL U5
5.00
1 PL U2
2.00
1 PL U3
3.00
---- --- --- --- -- -------------------------
Table Method:
Enter the appropriate
Table # function, i.e.
TABLE NO.
TO TAL
L1PO 1
If Multiple Checks are
open for the same
Table the checks will
be listed:
R On
1 4.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
TBL# (1) CH ECK # G#
S ERV ER TIM E
BAL ANC E
2
10
2 A NNI E
120 1
5.0 0
2
11
2 A NNI E
123 0
1 4.0 0
Press the UP or
DOWN keys to select
the check you wish to
open.
L1PO 1
Press ENTER.
R On
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CHK#
1 1/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
2/ ANN IE W
1 PL U4
4.00
1 PL U5
5.00
1 PL U2
2.00
1 PL U3
3.00
---- --- --- --- -- -------------------------
TO TAL
L1PO 1
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REG 01
SPS1000
2. Optional:
Press SUB-TOTAL.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CHK#
1 1/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
2/ ANN IE W
1 PL U4
4.00
1 PL U5
5.00
1 PL U2
2.00
1 PL U3
3.00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------SUBT OTA L
TO TAL
L1PO 1
R On
1 4.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CHK#
1 1/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
2/ ANN IE W
1 PL U4
4.00
1 PL U5
5.00
1 PL U2
2.00
1 PL U3
3.00
---- --- --- --- -- -------------------------
3. Press CASH, or
Enter amount and
press CASH.
TOTA L
L1PO 1
14. 00
C ASH
14. 00
R On REG 01
or,
3. Press CHEQUE, or
Enter amount and
press CHEQUE.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 0 0 1
CHK#
1 1/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
2/ ANN IE W
1 PL U4
4.00
1 PL U5
5.00
1 PL U2
2.00
1 PL U3
3.00
---- --- --- --- -- -------------------------
TOTA L
L1PO 1
14. 00
C HEQ
1 0.0 0
AMT D UE 4 .0 0
R On REG 01
or,
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3. Optional:
Enter amount and
press one of the TIP
function keys, i.e.
TIP1.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CHK#
1 1/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
2/ ANN IE W
1 PL U4
4.00
1 PL U5
5.00
1 PL U2
2.00
1 PL U3
3.00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------TIP1
2.0 0
TO TAL
L1PO 1
Press one of the
miscellaneous tender
keys, i.e. MISC
TEND1, or
Enter amount and
press one of the
miscellaneous tender
keys, i.e. MISC
TEND1.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
1 1/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
1 PL U4
1 PL U5
1 PL U2
1 PL U3
TI P1
TOTA L
L1PO 1
16. 00
1 4.0 0
REG 01
A NNI E W 00 1
2/ ANN IE W
4.00
5.00
2.00
3.00
2.00
M ISC
16. 00
R On REG 01
Note: If tender is less than balance, press HOLD CHECK to finalize.
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Seat # Assignment
The seat # system may be employed in a soft check system. Its' purposes are:
•
To separate orders by individuals so that orders are identified by
individual on kitchen requisitions
•
To facilitate separate payments.
Seat # entry can be enforced, or if optional seat #'s can be applied to items previously
entered.
Enforced Seat # Entry
•
When seat # is enforced, it is enforced for each main item.
•
Seat # is not required for condiments, the seat# of main item is
automatically assigned to condiment.
•
Items are displayed as they are entered.
•
The seat number is displayed to the right of each main item.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
1. Open a check.
2. If you attempt to
enter an item without
a seat number entry,
the "ENTER SEAT#"
prompt displays if it
is enforced.
A NNI E W 00 1
0/ ANN IE W
ENTE R S EAT #
T OTA L
L1PO 1
3. Enter seat # (up to 2
digits). Note that the
seat number for the
subsequent item
displays.
R On
0.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
A NNI E W 00 1
0/ ANN IE W
SEAT #1
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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REG 01
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0.0 0
4. Enter main item and
condiments.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
1
S TEA K S 1
A NNI E W 00 1
0/ ANN IE W
10.0 0
ENTE R S EAT #
TO TAL
L1PO 1
5. Enter the seat number
for the next item,
press the SEAT #
key.
R On
1 0.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
1
S TEA K S 1
A NNI E W 00 1
0/ ANN IE W
10.0 0
SEAT #2
TO TAL
L1PO 1
6. Enter the next item
and its' condiments.
R On
1 0.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
1
S TEA K S 1
1
S EAF OOD S 2
A NNI E W 00 1
0/ ANN IE W
10.0 0
10.0 0
ENTE R S EAT #
TO TAL
L1PO 1
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R On
2 0.0 0
REG 01
SPS1000
Changing The Seat # On A Previously Entered Item
1. Move cursor to the
item you wish to
change
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
1
S TEA K S 1
1
S EAF OOD S 2
A NNI E W 00 1
0/ ANN IE W
10.0 0
10.0 0
TO TAL
L1PO 1
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
1
S TEA K S 1
1
S EAF OOD S 2
2. Press SEAT #.
A NNI E W 00 1
0/ ANN IE W
10.0 0
10.0 0
TO TAL
L1PO 1
3. Enter a new seat
number, press SEAT
#.
R On
A NNI E W 00 1
0/ ANN IE W
10.0 0
10.0 0
TO TAL
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R On
2 0.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
1
S TEA K S 3
1
S EAF OOD S 2
L1PO 1
2 0.0 0
REG 01
2 0.0 0
REG 01
SPS1000
Optional Seat # Entry
•
When seat # is not compulsory, press the UP or DOWN keys to select a
main item (not a condiment). Press SEAT #, then enter a seat number
for that item and press SEAT# again.
•
Items not assigned to a different seat number will default to seat #1
optionally. (Refer to the “5. SYSTEM OPTION / 1. GENERAL
FUNCTION OPTIONS / 36. SET DEFAULT SEAT# TO 1”).
1. Enter items normally
without seat #. Note
that the default seat
number is seat #1.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
2 ST EAK S1
1 WA LLE YE S1
B ROI LED S 1
1 CO KE S1
A NNI E W 00 1
0/ ANN IE W
16.0 0
9.00
1.50
TO TAL
L1PO 1
2. Press the UP key to
select the item to
which you wish to
assign a seat #.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
2 ST EAK S1
1 WA LLE YE S1
B ROI LED S 1
1 CO KE S1
A NNI E W 00 1
0/ ANN IE W
16.0 0
9.00
1.50
TO TAL
L1PO 1
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R On
2 6.5 0
REG 01
2 6.5 0
REG 01
SPS1000
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
2 ST EAK S1
1 WA LLE YE S1
B ROI LED S 1
1 CO KE S1
3. Press SEAT #.
A NNI E W 00 1
0/ ANN IE W
16.0 0
9.00
1.50
TO TAL
L1PO 1
4. Enter a new number,
press SEAT #.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
2 ST EAK S1
1 WA LLE YE S2
B ROI LED S 2
1 CO KE S1
A NNI E W 00 1
0/ ANN IE W
16.0 0
9.00
1.50
TO TAL
L1PO 1
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R On
2 6.5 0
REG 01
2 6.5 0
REG 01
SPS1000
Splitting Consolidate Items for Seat Assignment
When like items are consolidated, press the SPLIT ITEM key to separate items for
separate seat assignment.
1. Press the UP key to
select items that are
consolidated on the
screen.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
2 ST EAK S1
1 WA LLE YE
S2
B ROI LED S 2
1 CO KE S1
A NNI E W 00 1
0/ ANN IE W
16.0 0
9.00
1.50
TO TAL
L1PO 1
2. Press SPLIT ITEM.
3. Assign seat numbers
for the separated
items by selecting the
item, then pressing
SEAT # and entering
a new seat # and
SEAT#.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
1 ST EAK S2
1 ST EAK S1
1 WA LLE YE
S2
B ROI LED S 2
1 CO KE S1
A NNI E W 00 1
0/ ANN IE W
8.00
8.00
9.00
1.50
TO TAL
L1PO 1
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R On
2 6.5 0
REG 01
2 6.5 0
REG 01
SPS1000
Payment by Seat Number
1. Press SUB-TOTAL.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
1
S TEA K S 1
1
S EAF OOD S 2
1
C OKE
A NNI E W 00 1
0/ ANN IE W
10.0 0
10.0 0
1.5 0
SUBT OTA L
TO TAL
L1PO 1
2. Press SEAT # to
display the seat
number totals. (Note
that tax amount
appear at the middle
of each total line and
the items without
seat# will appear as
NO SEAT.)
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
SE AT# 01
SE AT# 02
NO SE AT
A NNI E W 00 1
0/ ANN IE W
0.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
10. 00
10. 00
1. 50
TO TAL
L1PO 1
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R On
2 1.5 0
REG 01
2 1.5 0
REG 01
SPS1000
3. Press the UP or
DOWN keys as
necessary to select a
different seat.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
SE AT# 01
SE AT# 02
NO SE AT
A NNI E W 00 1
0/ ANN IE W
0.0 0
0.0 0
0.0 0
10. 00
10. 00
1. 50
TO TAL
L1PO 1
4. When the
appropriated seats are
selected for payment,
tender payment for
the seats as you
would pay a complete
check. The paid seat
is removed from the
list.
Continue to pay each
seat until the check is
paid.
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R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
SE AT# 02
NO SE AT
TOTA L
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10. 00
2 1.5 0
REG 01
0.0 0
0.0 0
A NNI E W 00 1
0/ ANN IE W
10. 00
1. 50
C ASH
10. 00
R On REG 01
SPS1000
Hold/Print Hold
This feature is used in a table service restaurant. It prevents kitchen printer
instructions from being sent immediately after items are registered and stored. For
example, a employee registers a customer order consisting of appetizers and main
course entrees. Without this feature, both the appetizer and main course items are sent
to the kitchen at the same time. With this feature, the employee can "hold" main
course items, which prevents them from being sent to the kitchen printer (even
thought they are programmed to be sent to a printer). Then, at a later time, the
employee can recall the check where the items were registered and print the main
course items so they can be prepared and served when the customer is ready to eat
them.
A held item is indicated on the display with an 'H' at the left of the item.
See "Tracking File Options" in the Program Manual to set the following related
options:
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•
Automatically select held items when a check is recalled, Yes or No.
(This flag is to facilitate printing of held items.)
•
Display warning to operator that check(s) have held items when employee
finalizes any check, Yes or No.
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Register And Hold An Individual Item
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
1 1/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
1 ST EAK DI NN ER
1. Enter the item.
A NNI E W 00 1
2/ ANN IE W
8.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
1 1/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
H 1 ST EAK DI NN ER
2. Press HOLD.
A NNI E W 00 1
2/ ANN IE W
8.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
3. Press the appropriate
Store Check function,
i.e.
HOLD CHECK. If
the option to prompt
if held items are
stored is set to Yes,
then the display will
show the held item.
R On
8.0 0
REG 01
8.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
TBL# (1)
C HEC K# GS T#
TI ME #HE LD ITE M
2
11
2 12: 12
1
4. Press DONE to
continue.
ENT ER DON E
L1PO 1
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R On
REG 01
SPS1000
Register And Hold Multiple Items
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
1 1/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
1 ST EAK DI NN ER
1 SH RIM P A PP
1 PR IME RI B
1 ON ION RI NG
1. Register multiple
items.
A NNI E W 00 1
2/ ANN IE W
8.00
3.95
9.95
2.95
TO TAL
L1PO 1
2. Press the UP or
DOWN keys to
position the cursor on
the item you wish to
hold. Press HOLD.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
1 1/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
1 ST EAK DI NN ER
1 SH RIM P A PP
H 1 PR IME RI B
1 ON ION RI NG
A NNI E W 00 1
2/ ANN IE W
8.00
3.95
9.95
2.95
TO TAL
L1PO 1
3. Press the UP or
DOWN keys to
position the cursor on
the next item you
wish to hold. Press
HOLD.
R On
A NNI E W 00 1
2/ ANN IE W
8.00
3.95
9.9 5
2.95
TO TAL
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R On
2 4.8 5
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
1 1/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
H 1 ST EAK DI NN ER
1 SH RIM P A PP
H 1 PR IME RI B
1 ON ION RI NG
L1PO 1
2 4.8 5
REG 01
2 4.8 5
REG 01
SPS1000
Print All Held Items
1. Recall an order with
held items. (Flag is
selected Yes to
automatically select
held items. Note that
the hold status, H of
selected items are
displayed as reverted.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CHK#
1 1/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
2/ ANN IE W
H 1 ST EAK DI NN ER
8.00
1 SH RIM P A PP
3.95
H 1 PR IME RI B
9.9 5
1 ON ION RI NG
2.95
---- --- --- --- -- -------------------------
TO TAL
L1PO 1
R On
2 4.8 5
REG 01
A NNI E W 0 0 1
2. Press PRINT HOLD. 07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
1 1/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
2/ ANN IE W
(Hold status is
1 ST EAK DI NN ER
8.00
removed for selected
1 SH RIM P A PP
3.95
items; items will be
1 PR IME RI B
9.95
sent to appropriate
1 ON ION RI NG
2.95
output when the
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------check is serviced.)
TO TAL
L1PO 1
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R On
2 4.8 5
REG 01
SPS1000
Print An Individual Item
1. Recall an order with
held items. (Flag is
selected No to not
automatically select
held items. Note that
the hold status, H of
unselected items are
displayed as normal.)
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CHK#
1 1/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
2/ ANN IE W
H 1 ST EAK DI NN ER
8.00
1 SH RIM P A PP
3.95
H 1 PR IME RI B
9.95
1 ON ION RI NG
2.95
---- --- --- --- -- -------------------------
TO TAL
L1PO 1
2. Press the UP or
DOWN keys to
position the cursor on
the item you wish to
print and press
ENTER to select that
item. (Note that you
can select the
unselected items by
pressing ENTER
with position the
cursor on that item
and vice versa).
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
1 1/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
H 1 ST EAK DI NN ER
1 SH RIM P A PP
H 1 PR IME RI B
1 ON ION RI NG
A NNI E W 00 1
2/ ANN IE W
8.00
3.95
9.95
2.95
TO TAL
L1PO 1
R On
A NNI E W 001
2/ ANN IE W
8.00
3.95
9.95
2.95
TO TAL
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R On
2 4.8 5
REG 01
3. Press PRINT HOLD. 07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
1 1/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
(Hold status is
H 1 ST EAK DI NN ER
removed for selected
1 SH RIM P A PP
items; Note that items
1 PR IME RI B
will not be sent
1 ON ION RI NG
immediately, just sent
to appropriate output
when the check is
serviced.)
L1PO 1
2 4.8 5
REG 01
2 4.8 5
REG 01
SPS1000
Display Warning to Operator
1. Service any check for
a employee. If the
employee has held
items the following
warning is displayed
when flag is set to
Yes. The warning
lists any check with
held items.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
TBL# (1)
C HEC K# GS T#
TI ME #HE LD ITE M
2
11
2 10: 18
1
1
12
2 19: 35
2
L1PO 1
2. Press the UP or
DOWN keys to select
a check. Then press
ENTER to open the
selected check. Or
press DONE key to
remove warning
message.
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
TBL# (1)
C HEC K# GS T#
TI ME #HE LD ITE M
2
11
2 10: 18
1
1
12
2 19: 35
2
L1PO 1
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R On
REG 01
SPS1000
List Check
1. Sign on a employee.
2. Press LIST CHECK.
3. Press the UP or
DOWN keys to select
a specific check.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
TBL# (1) CH ECK # G#
SER VER TI ME BAL ANC E
6
10
2
ANN IE
12 01
1 0.0 1
6
11
2
ANN IE
12 30
5.0 0
4. Press ENTER to
open the selected
check,
Or, press DONE to
exit the list check
screen without
opening a check.
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R On
REG 01
SPS1000
Repeat
You can repeat the last items posted by using the REPEAT ORDER key. This
simplifies registration of another round of drinks.
1. Open a check.
2. Enter Items.
3. Press the appropriate
store check key, i.e.
HOLD CHECK.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
1
S TEA K
1
S EAF OOD
A NNI E W 00 1
0/ ANN IE W
10.0 0
10.0 0
SERV ED
TO TAL
L1PO 1
4. Recall the Check.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
0/ ANN IE W
1
S TEA K
10.0 0
1
S EAF OOD
10.0 0
---- --- --- --- -- -------------------------
TO TAL
L1PO 1
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REG 01
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2 0.0 0
REG 01
SPS1000
5.
Enter new items.
When the first items
is entered, a line
displays separating
old from new items.
If items are the same,
they are not
consolidated.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
0/ ANN IE W
1
S TEA K
10.0 0
1
S EAF OOD
10.0 0
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------1
B EER
2.00
1
W INE
2.50
SERV ED
6. Press the appropriate
store check key, i.e.
HOLD CHECK.
TO TAL
L1PO 1
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
0/ ANN IE W
1
S TEA K
10.0 0
1
S EAF OOD
10.0 0
1
B EER
2.00
1
W INE
2.50
---- --- --- --- -- -------------------------
7. Recall the Check.
TO TAL
L1PO 1
8. Press REPEAT
ORDER. Note that
last items are
automatically sold but
they are not
consolidated and
shown separately
9. Press the appropriate
store check key, i.e.
HOLD CHECK.
R On
2 4.5 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
0/ ANN IE W
1
S TEA K
10.0 0
1
S EAF OOD
10.0 0
1
B EER
2.00
1
W INE
2.50
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------1
B EER
2.00
SERV ED
1
W INE
2.50
TO TAL
L1PO 1
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10. Recall the Check.
Repeated items are
now consolidated.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 0 /GS T#
0/ ANN IE W
1
S TEA K
10.0 0
1
S EAF OOD
10.0 0
2
B EER
4.00
2
W INE
5.00
---- --- --- --- -- -------------------------
TO TAL
L1PO 1
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REG 01
SPS1000
Transfer Table
If permitted by authority level programming, an employee is allowed to move a check
to a different table by re-entering a different table number. This can be done multiple
times, if necessary.
1. Recall a check by
entering a table or
check number.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
0/ ANN IE W
1 PL U2
2.00
1 PL U3
3.00
---- --- --- --- -- -------------------------
T OTA L
L1PO 1
2. Enter a new table
number by entering
the number and
pressing the
appropriate Table
key, i.e.TABLE NO.
key.
R On
5.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 3 /GS T#
0/ ANN IE W
1 PL U2
2.00
1 PL U3
3.00
---- --- --- --- -- -------------------------
3. Continue with the
transaction by adding
items, accepting
payment or servicing.
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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Combine Checks
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 ADD CH ECK
1. Press the ADD
CHECK key.
2. Enter the table # or
check # of the first
check to be paid.
TBL CHE CK#
6
10
GST EM PL. TIM E
2 ANN IE 120 1
BAL ANC E
9.0 0
T OTA L
L1PO 1
3. Enter the table # or
check # of the next
check to be paid. If
the next check do not
exist, then the new
check will open and
the message “NEW
CHECK OPENED”
will appear.
R On
9.0 0
REG01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 ADD CH ECK
TBL CHE CK#
6
6
10
11
GST EM PL. TIM E
2 ANN IE 120 1
2 ANN IE 123 0
BAL ANC E
9.0 0
5.0 0
TO TAL
L1PO 1
R On
1 4.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 ADD CH ECK
4. If you want to store
check rather than the
payment, press the
appropriate store
check key.(Note that
all open checks will
be added into the last
check)
TBL CHE CK#
6
6
TOTA L
L1PO 1
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11
GST EM PL. TIM E
2 ANN IE 120 1
2 ANN IE 123 0
BAL ANC E
9.0 0
5.0 0
C ASH
14. 00
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Employee Check Movements (Transfer Check)
1. Sign on an employee.
2. Press TRANSFER
CHECK.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 TRA NSF ER CHE CK
FR OM
A NNI E W
MIK E R
3. Enter the FROM
employee file # or
select the FROM
employee from the
list.
E SC ENT ER PAG E U P/D N ↑ ↓
4. Enter the TO
employee file # or
select the TO
employee from the
list.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 TRA NSF ER CHE CK
FROM :
1
TO
A NNI E W
MIK E R
E SC ENT ER PAG E U P/D N ↑ ↓
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5. When the TO
employee is entered,
a window displays
offer a choice of
transferring a single
check or all check.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 TRA NSF ER CHE CK
FROM :
TO :
1
2
A LL CHE CKS
O NE CHE CK
6. To transfer all, select
ALL CHECKS and
press enter. The
message "CHECKS
TRANSFERED" will
display.
E SC ENT ER PAG E U P/D N ↑ ↓
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2
7. To transfer a single
TBL# (1) CH ECK # G#
check, select ONE
6
10
2
CHECK. The list
6
11
2
check screen displays.
SER VER TI ME BAL ANC E
ANN IE
12 01
1 0.0 1
ANN IE
12 30
5.0 0
8. Press the UP or
DOWN keys to select
a specific check.
9. Press ENTER to
transfer the selected
check, or press
DONE to abort the
transfer procedure.
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Tip Declare
If the employee time keeping feature is used, the operator is prompted to enter tips
when clocking out. See "Time Clock Procedures" on page 38. The TIP DECLARE
key can be used to enter cash tips when the time keeping feature is not used.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 TIP DE CLA RE
1. Sign on the
employee.
07 /12 /19 99
2. Press the TIP
DECLARE key.
EM PLO YEE
M ON
#
TI P P AID O UT
3. Enter the declared
amount and press
ENTER.
0 .00
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 TIP DE CLA RE
07 /12 /19 99
EM PLO YEE
4. Press DONE to exit
the Tips Declared
screen.
TI P P AID O UT
L1
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SPS1000
Auto check number generation Operations
The SPS1000 offers four distinct tracking files. It is possible to use the tracking files
for different purposes within the same system. For example, (in a restaurant) one
tracking file could be used for check/table tracking, another for phone in orders, and a
third for drive through orders. The function keys RECALL CHECK 1-4 are used to
open or recall balances. The function keys STORE CHECK 1-4 are used to finalize
and store balances.
To facilitate fast food operations (i.e. drive through or phone in orders) the drive
through function can be assigned to the RECALL CHECK keys. When in place, the
drive through function allows the lowest open tracking number to be recalled when
the RECALL CHECK key is pressed directly. Alternatively, a balance can be
recalled out of sequence by entering the check number and then pressing the
RECALL CHECK key.
The drive through function may also be applied to the STORE CHECK keys. When
this option is selected, the transaction can be finalized without first assigning a
tracking number. The next sequential tracking number is automatically assigned and
the finalized balance is stored with that number. Note that the drive thru option also
controls the display; when selected the taxes and the total are displayed rather than the
P/B, Total, and Service total which are displayed for non-drive thru posting.
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Auto check number store Store
In the following examples, RECALL CHECK and STORE CHECK keys have been
programmed with the “Auto check number” function.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 HA MB
1 CH ICK NU G
1. Enter items.
A NNI E W 001
2.00
3.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
2. Press the appropriate
store check key, i.e.
HOLD CHECK.
R On
5.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 HA MB
1 CH ICK NU G
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
SERV ED
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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REG 01
SPS1000
5.0 0
Auto check number Recall
1. Press the appropriate
recall order key, i.e.
OPEN CHECK NO.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
1 HA MB
2.00
1 CH ICK NU G
3.00
---- --- --- --- -- -------------------------
T OTA L
L1PO 1
2. Add or void items as
necessary.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
1 HA MB
2.00
1 CH ICK NU G
3.00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------1 CO KE
1.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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6.0 0
3. Finalize the
transaction with
CASH, CHEQUE or
one of the
miscellaneous tender
functions.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
1 HA MB
2.00
1 CH ICK NU G
3.00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------1 CO KE
1.00
TOTA L
L1PO 1
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MISCELLANEOUS
OPERATIONS
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Miscellaneous Operations
Function Key WLU
A WLU can serve as a menu of function keys that are not located on the keyboard.
For example, manager functions, or different types of discounts and coupons could be
kept on a WLU menu to save space on the keyboard.
If the function selected requires no preceding numeric entries, the function is executed
upon selection. If the function selected requires an entry, i.e. amount, or discount
percentage, press ENTER with required value.
1. Press the function key
WLU.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
1 HO T D OG
DISC OUN TS
1 % 10
2 % 15
3 OP EN SAL E D IS C
4 10 % I TEM
5 15 % I TEM
6 OP EN ITE M D IS C
7 IT EM COU PON
8 VE NDO R C OUP ON
↑ ↓ ← → ENT DO NE
T OTA L
L1PO 1
2. Press the UP or
DOWN keys to
select your choice
and press ENTER.
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1.6 9
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 HO T D OG
% 10
A NNI E W 00 1
1.69
-0. 17
3. Press DONE to
close the WLU.
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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Or
2. Enter the value
required (i.e. 33 for
33% discount, press
ENTER.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 HO T D OG
% 10
A NNI E W 00 1
1.69
–0. 56
3. Press DONE to close
the WLU.
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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1.1 3
# (Non-Add) Key
1. Enter a non-adding
number (entry limit
set in function key
program), press the
#/NOSALE key.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
1 PL U2
2.00
NON- ADD #
1 234 56
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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2.0 0
Finalizing Transactions
Cash Tender
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 PL U2
1 PL U3
1. Enter items.
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 PL U2
1 PL U3
2. Press CASH.
TOTA L
L1PO 1
5. 00
C ASH
R On
5.0 0
REG 01
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
5. 00
REG 01
or,
2. Enter amount
tendered and press
CASH.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 PL U2
1 PL U3
TOTA L
L1PO 1
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5. 00
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
C ASH
10. 00
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5.0 0
Cheque Tender
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 PL U2
1 PL U3
1. Enter items.
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 PL U2
1 PL U3
2. Press CHEQUE.
TOTA L
L1PO 1
5. 00
C HEQ
R On
5.0 0
REG 01
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
5. 00
REG 01
or,
2. Enter amount
tendered and press
CHEQUE.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 PL U2
1 PL U3
TOTA L
L1PO 1
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5. 00
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
C HEQ
10. 00
CH ANG E
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SPS1000
5.0 0
Cheque Cashing
A function key is available for cashing cheques.
1. Enter amount, press
the CHEQUE CASH
key.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CHEQ UE CAS H
CHEQ
L1PO 1
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Misc (Charge) Tender
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 PL U2
1 PL U3
1. Enter items.
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
2. Press the appropriate
miscellaneous tender
function, i.e. MISC
TEND1.
Or enter number and
press MISC TEND#
then press MISC
TEND# again.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 PL U2
1 PL U3
TOTA L
L1PO 1
5. 00
M ISC
R On
5.0 0
REG 01
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
5. 00
REG 01
or,
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
2. Enter amount
1 PL U2
tendered and press the
1 PL U3
appropriate
miscellaneous tender
function, i.e. MISC
TEND1.
Or enter number and
press MISC TEND#.
Then enter amount
tendered and press
MISC TEND#.
TOTA L
L1PO 1
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5. 00
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
M ISC
10. 00
CH ANG E
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SPS1000
5.0 0
Preset Tender
Macro keys can be programmed to execute preprogrammed amount tenders for
common currencies such as 5.00, 10.00 or 20.00 cash.
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Split Tender
Multiple payments can be recorded for a single transaction. Cash, Cheue, and/or
Misc. tenders can be recorded in any order, as many times as necessary to pay the
entire transaction.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 PL U2
1 PL U3
1. Enter items.
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
2. Enter amount, press
the first partial tender
(1 0 0 CASH in this
example).
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REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 PL U2
1 PL U3
TOTA L
L1PO 1
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R On
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
1. 00
AM T D UE 4.0 0
REG 01
SPS1000
3. Enter amount, press
the second partial
tender (1 0 0 MISC
TEND 1 in this
example).
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 PL U2
1 PL U3
TOTA L
L1PO 1
4. Enter amount, press
the last partial tender
(5 0 0 CHEQUE in
this example).
M ISC
R On
1. 00
AM T D UE 3.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 PL U2
1 PL U3
TOTA L
L1PO 1
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C HEQ
R On
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
5. 00
CH ANG E
REG 01
SPS1000
2.0 0
Split Payment
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
0/ ANN IE W
1 HA MB
2.00
2 CH ICK NU G
6.00
1 CO KE
1.0 0
---- --- --- --- -- -------------------------
1. Recall the Check.
T OTA L
L1PO 1
2. Enter the number of
equal portions into
which the check will
be divided for
payment. Press the
SPLIT PAY key.
The check is divided
and the display
prompts for the first
payment.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
0/ ANN IE W
1 HA MB
2.00
2 CH ICK NU G
6.00
1 CO KE
1.0 0
PAYM
ENT
1 OF 2
---- ------- -- ------------------------AMT DUE
4 .50
T OTA L
L1PO 1
3. Enter the payment for
the first segment,
press the appropriate
tender key (5 0 0
CASH in this
example). The
display indicates the
first payment and
prompts for the
second payment.
R On
9.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
0/ ANN IE W
1 HA MB
2.00
2 CH ICK NU G
6.00
1 CO KE
1.0 0
PAYM
ENT
2 OF 2
---- ------- -- ------------------------AMT DUE
4 .50
TOTA L
L1PO 1
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0.5 0
4. Enter the payment for
the second segment,
press the appropriate
tender key (1 0 0 0
CHEQUE in this
example). The
display indicates the
second payment.
When all split
portions are paid, the
display prompt is
removed.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CHK#
10 0/ TBL # 2 /GS T#
0/ ANN IE W
1 HA MB
2.00
2 CH ICK NU G
6.00
1 CO KE
1.0 0
---- --- --- --- -- -------------------------
TOTA L
L1PO 1
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10. 00
CH ANG E
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5.5 0
Tray Subtotal / Ticket issuance
(Not to be confused with ADD CHECK, which is used to add separate tracking
transactions for payment.) If necessary subtotal discounts can be applied to different
segments of the transaction.
1. Enter items.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 PL U2
1 PL U3
A NNIE W 00 1
2.00
3.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
2. Press TRAY
SUBTL.
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P BAL
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5.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
TOTA L
L1PO 1
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A NNI E W 00 1
5. 00
REG 01
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07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 PL U4
1 PL U5
3. Enter additional
items.
TOTA L
L1PO 1
P BAL
R On
5. 00
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
4. Press TRAY
SUBTL.
TOTA L
L1PO 1
5. Pay entire sale with
CASH, CHEQUE or
by one of the
miscellaneous tender
functions (charge).
0. 00
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14. 00
A NNI E W 00 1
P BAL
14. 00
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07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
TOTA L
L1PO 1
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9. 00
A NNI E W 00 1
4.00
5.00
A NNI E W 00 1
C ASH
14. 00
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SPS1000
Foreign Currency Subtotal & Tender
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 PL U2
1 PL U3
1. Enter items.
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
2. Press the appropriate
conversion key which
is pre-programmed
with the exchange
rate. (in this example,
1 EURO = 1.96569
Local Currency and
Base currency is
Local Currency.)
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5. 00
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
C URR .CO NV1
AM T D UE 2 .5 4
R On REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 PL U2
1 PL U3
TOTA L
L1PO 1
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5. 00
5.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 PL U2
1 PL U3
TOTA L
L1PO 1
3. Enter amount
tendered in foreign
currency and press
CASH. Note that
change is computed
in home currency in
this example.
R On
C URR .
R On
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
5. 00
CH ANG E
REG 01
SPS1000
4.8 3
Food Stamp Subtotal & Tender
Food Stamp options include:
•
The FD/S TEND key can be programmed to forgive tax on item paid for
with food stamps.
•
Food Stamp change of less than 1.00 can be applied toward the sale or
given as change.
1. Enter items. (PLU #2
is food stamp eligible,
PLU #3 is not food
stamp eligible.)
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 PL U2 F S
1 PL U3
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
2. Press FD/S SUBTL.
R On
5.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 PL U2 F S
1 PL U3
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
FD/S SU BTL
F STT L
L1PO 1
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2.0 0
3. Enter food stamp
tender amount, press
FD/S TEND.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 PL U2 F S
1 PL U3
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
FD/S SU BTL
FSTT L
L1PO 1
4. Pay remainder due
with CASH,
CHEQUE or by one
of the miscellaneous
tender functions
(charge).
F D/S
R On
2. 00
AM T D UE 3.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1 PL U2 F S
1 PL U3
TOTA L
L1PO 1
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3.0 0
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
CAS H
3.0 0
R On REG 01
SPS1000
Post-Finalization Procedures
Paid Order Recall
Press the PAID RECALL key to view the previous transaction. Press the PAID
RECALL key again to view the next previous transaction. Up to 10 preceding
transactions (depending upon memory allocation) may be viewed by repeatedly
pressing the PAID RECALL key.
•
Press PAGE UP, PAGE DOWN or the UP or DOWN keys to view the
entire recalled transaction.
•
Press RECPT ISSUE if necessary to print a recalled transaction.
•
Press CL/ESC to exit.
Receipt Issue
Press RECPT ISSUE to print a transaction receipt. If the issue of multiple receipts is
allowed, press RECPT ISSUE a second time to print a receipt copy.
Validate
When a printer supporting single line validation is attached, insert paper into the
printer and press the VALID key to initiate the single line validation.
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ERROR CORRECTIONS
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Corrections
Clear
1. Press numeric keys,
i.e. 4, 5, 6.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
L1PO 1
2. Press CL/ESC.
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07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
L1PO 1
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A NNI E W 00 1
4 .5 6
A NNI E W 00 1
R On
0 .0 0
SPS1000
Error Correct
1. Register an item.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
A NNI E W 0 0 1
2.0 0
T OTA L
L1PO 1
2. Press ERROR
CORRCT.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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R On
2.0 0
REG 01
REG 01
SPS1000
0.0 0
Void
Void Previous Item
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
1. Press PLU#2.
2. Press PLU#3.
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
3. Press CL/ESC.
4. Press VOID ITEM.
R On
5.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
VOID IT EM
T OTA L
L1PO 1
5. Press PLU#2.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU3
A NNI E W 00 1
3.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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R On
5.0 0
REG 01
REG 01
SPS1000
3.0 0
Void One of Multiple Items
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
2
P LU2
1
P LU3
1. PLU#2.
2. PLU#2.
A NNI E W 00 1
4.00
3.00
3. PLU#3.
T OTA L
L1PO 1
4. Press CL/ESC.
5. Press VOID ITEM.
R On
7.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1
P LU3
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
3.00
6. Press PLU#2.
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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R On
REG 01
SPS1000
5.0 0
Void Item With Condiments
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
H OT DOG
MUS TAR D
1
M ED COK E
1. Enter Items.
A NNI E W 00 1
1.00
1.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
M ED COK E
2. Press CL/ESC.
2.0 0
REG 01
A NNI E W 00 1
1.00
3. Press VOID ITEM.
4. Press HOT DOG.
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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R On
REG 01
SPS1000
1.0 0
Void Multiple Items with Different Condiments
Note: The void item sequence will remove last of multiple items with different
condiments. Use the cursor void method to select an item for void.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
H OT DOG
MUS TAR D
1
H OT DOG
CAT SUP
1
M ED COK E
1. Enter Items.
A NNI E W 00 1
1.00
1.00
1.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
2. Press CL/ESC.
3. Press VOID ITEM.
4. Press HOT DOG.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
H OT DOG
MUS TAR D
1
M ED COK E
A NNI E W 00 1
1.00
1.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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R On
3.0 0
REG 01
REG 01
SPS1000
2.0 0
Cursor Void (Using Cursor Up & Cursor Down)
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
H OT DOG
MUS TAR D
1
H OT DOG
CAT SUP
1
M ED COK E
1. Enter Items.
A NNI E W 00 1
1.00
1.00
1.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
2. Press the UP key.
(Note: The Cursor
moves up to next
main item.)
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
H OT DOG
MUS TAR D
1
H OT DOG
CAT SUP
1
M ED COK E
A NNI E W 00 1
1.00
1.00
1.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
3. Press VOID ITEM.
(The item and its’
condiments are
removed.)
R On
A NNI E W 00 1
1.00
1.00
T OTA L
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R On
3.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
H OT DOG
MUS TAR D
1
M ED COK E
L1PO 1
3.0 0
REG 01
REG 01
SPS1000
2.0 0
Cancel
Note: CANCEL AFTER RECALL may not be allowed - see authority level
programming. Does not open cash drawer.
1. Enter Items.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
H OT DOG
MUS TAR D
1
H OT DOG
CAT SUP
1
M ED COK E
A NNI E W 00 1
1.00
1.00
1.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
2. Press TRANS
CANCEL.
R On
3.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
A NNI E W 00 1
CANCEL
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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R On
REG 01
SPS1000
0.0 0
Transaction Void
Entry of the current time may be required before a transaction void sequence. See
“General Function Options” in the Program Manual. If time entry is required, the
subsequent void operation will adjust the time report for the correct period.
1. Turn the key lock to
VOID position.
ENTE R T IME :
This is an optional programmable feature
X/ TIM E
2. Enter time, press
X/TIME.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 VD MOD E
L1PO 1
3. Enter Items to be
voided.
R On
A NNI E W 00 1
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 VD MOD E
- 1 H OT DOG
MUS TAR D
- 1 H OT DOG
CAT SUP
- 1 M ED COK E
A NNI E W 00 1
-1.0 0
-1.0 0
-1.0 0
TO TAL
L1PO 1
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R On
-3. 0 0
REG 01
SPS1000
4. Finalize Void Sale.
5. If necessary, void
additional
transactions for the
same time.
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 VD MOD E
- 1 H OT DOG
MUS TAR D
- 1 H OT DOG
CAT SUP
- 1 M ED COK E
A NNI E W 00 1
-1.0 0
-1.0 0
-1.0 0
6. Return the key lock to
the REG position.
TOTA L
L1PO 1
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-3. 00
C ASH
-3 .0 0
R On REG 01
SPS1000
Merchandise Return
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
1. Press PLU #2.
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
2. Press
REFUND ITEM.
R On
2.0 0
REG 01
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
MDSE RE TUR N
T OTA L
L1PO 1
3. Enter item to be
returned.
R On
07/1 2/9 9 1 2:1 2 REG MO DE
1
P LU2
- 1 P LU7
A NNI E W 00 1
2.00
-1. 00
T OTA L
L1PO 1
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R On
2.0 0
REG 01
REG 01
SPS1000
1.0 0
X-MODE
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SPS1000
X-MODE MANAGER MENU
X- MOD E M AN AGE R M ENU
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
L1
MAN AGE R O PE RAT ION
X R EPO RTS
TRA INI NG
SET DA TE & TIM E
CAS H D ECL AR ATI ON
KEY BOA RD & PRI CE LEV EL
TIM E C LOC K EDI T
EDI T I NVE NT ORY IT EM
EDI T P LU ST OCK
DRA WER AS SI GNM ENT
ENTE R ↑↓
MANAGER CONTROL OF FUNCTIONS INSIDE OF A SALES
TRANSACTIONS
If manager control is required to access a function inside of a sale, the message "MANAGER REQUIRED" will
display when the function is attempted. Turn the key to the X position to perform the restricted function, then
return the key to the register key position.
MANAGER CONTROL OF FUNCTIONS OUTSIDE OF A SALES
TRANSACTION
If manager control is required to access a function outside of a sale, the message "MANAGER REQUIRED" will
display when the function is attempted. Turn the key to the X position, select "1. MANAGER OPERATION"
to perform the restricted function, then return the key to the register key position.
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X-MODE REPORTS MENU
Using the reporting screen, reports can be displayed to the screen or printed out
X- REP ORT S
L1
REPO RT# : 0 0
• ENT ER REP ORT N UMB E R AND PR ESS EN TER
• PRE SS ENT ER TO VIE W T HE RE POR T L IST
• PRE SS ESC TO RE TUR N T O T HE X-M OD E
MANA GER ME NU
ESC ENT ER
X- REP ORT LI ST
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
FIN ANC IAL
SAL ES BY TI ME PER IOD
ALL PL US
FRO M/T O P LU S
PLU S B Y G RO UP
PLU S B Y G RO UP FOR SE LEC TED GR OUP
TOP 20 PL US
PLU ZE RO SA LES
PLU ZE RO SA LES BY GR OUP
PLU SA LES B Y P RIC E L EVE L
MIX AN D M AT CH
NOT FO UND P LU
ESC EN TER PA GE UP/ DN ↑↓
!
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SPS1000
TRAINING
The register has various programmable training mode options these included; the
ability to activate training mode by programming a selected training employee which
can operate alongside normal registrations opening checks etc.. The checks opened by
a training employee will be printed on the open check report indicated by [T]. There is
also the programmable option of a training mode financial report. The following
option activates training mode for the whole of the terminal
TR AIN ING
• TRA INI NG MOD E:
OFF
ON
ES C E NTE R ↑↓
L1
SET DATE & TIME
The current Date and Time is programmed in this section
SE T D ATE & TI ME
1.
TIM E : (0 0: 00-2 3: 59)
2.
DAT E :
3.
DAT E P RIN T :
L1
13 :25
MON
0 7-1 2-199 9
M MDD YY•
ESC ENT ER ↑ ↓
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SPS1000
CASH DECLARATION
When compulsory declaration is set in the program options, the count of monies in drawer must be
entered here before reports can be taken
CA SH DEC LAR AT ION
L1
CA SH
0 .00
CH EQU E
0 .00
MI SC TEN D#
0 .00
TO TAL
0 .00
CASH CH Q M ISC D ONE ES C
0.0 0
KEYBOARD & PRICE LEVEL
The terminal can be set to operate as default on any one of five keyboard levels and twenty price
bands. The terminal will automatically, use this level and return to this level after any other levels
have been selected and been completed
KE YBO ARD & PR ICE LE VEL
KEYB OAR D L EVE L
PRIC E L EVE L
(1-5 ):
( 1-2 0): 01
ES C D ONE EN TER ↑↓
L1
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SPS1000
TIME CLOCK EDIT
X/Z1(Daily), X/Z2, X/Z3, X/Z4 or X/Z5 time clock errors can be corrected with this function.
X/Z1(DAILY) TIME CLOCK EDIT
X/Z1(Daily) time entries can be amended for each operator
TIME CL OCK ED IT X/ Z1( DAI LY)
L1
#1 A NNI E W
D ATE
IN
12 :12
12 :25
00 :00
00 :00
00 :00
:
M ON
OU T
12: 20
12: 30
00: 00
00: 00
00: 00
-
TIP S :
!
0 7/1 2/1 999
BRK
1
0
0
0
0
J OB#
01
01
00
00
00
JO B NA ME
M ANA GER
M ANA GER
000 000 11. 25
ES C DON E EN TE R P AGE UP /DN ↑↓←→
X/Z2 - X/Z5 TIME CLOCK EDIT
The hours work for the each can be amended for each employee.
TIME CL OCK ED IT X/ Z2
L1
#1 A NNI E W
MANA GER
SERV ER
HEAD SE RVE R
CASH IER
T IPS :
00 00: 13
00 00: 00
00 00: 00
00 00: 00
00 00: 00
00 00: 00
REG
REG
REG
REG
REG
REG
0 00 0.0 0
000 0.0 0
000 0.0 0
000 0.0 0
000 0.0 0
000 0.0 0
OT
OT
OT
OT
OT
OT
0 00 000 11. 25
ES C D ON E E NTE R P AGE UP /DN ↑↓←→
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EDIT INVENTORY ITEM
A menu-explosion type inventory system is set up when PLUs are linked to a recipe#)
The X-MODE MANAGER MENU to receive, transfer in/out, or enter raw waste for
ingredients in this system.
EDIT IN VEN TOR Y ITE M#
SOUP
1
L1
0 .50 0
ACTU AL INV ENT OR Y
RECE IPT
TRAN SFE R I N
TRAN SFE R O UT
RAW WAS TE
00 000 .00 0
00 000 .00 0
00 000 .00 0
00 000 .00 0
00 000 .000
ESC EN TER PA GE UP/ DN ↑↓
ACTUAL INVENTORY
This is the field for entering the current stock holding
RECEIPT
This is the field for entering the quantity delivered
TRANSFER IN
This is the field for entering the quantity of goods transferred in
TRANSFER OUT
This is the field for entering the quantity of goods transferred out
RAW WASTE
This is the field for entering wastage of items
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SPS1000
EDIT PLU STOCK
PLU stock is a simple inventory system where each whole unit PLU activity subtracts
a value of "1" from the stock counter. The quantity modifer and stock link PLU
programming can be used to link together two products so stock is reduced from one
item with decimal quantity reduction if required.
PLU stock applies only to PLUs that are assigned to a PLU status group with the
Stock PLU? setting set to Y Select PLU STOCK to maintain stock levels on PLUs
selected for stock unit inventory.
NOTE: Be careful not to confuse the separate and distinct inventory features
Recipes and Ingredients – Stock control of components making up a saleable product
Product Mix Groups usage analysis of a group of saleable products
PLU Stock – Stock control of saleable products
PLU STOCK MENU
L1
PLU#000000000000000001 STOCK(ADD)
DESCRIPTOR :
STOCK
1. ADD
2. OVERRIDE
3. SUBTRACT
ESC ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓
BOTTLE BECKS
0.00
PLU# ESC Y/N ENT PAGE UP/DN ↑↓←→
STOCK MENU
ADD
This adds to the existing stock figures. Used for deliveries transfers in etc..
SUBTRACT
This subtracts for the existing stock figures, Used for Returns, transfers out etc.
OVERWRITE
This overwrites the existing stock figures. Used for beginning inventory etc..
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SPS1000
DRAWER ASSIGNMENT PROGRAMMING
Each employee can be allocated one of three drawer, this allocation can be set using the X-MODE menu or when
defining employee program. When no drawer is allocated an employee is unable to accept payment for a sale.
DRAWER ASSIGNMENT PROGRAMMING
EMPLOYEE#
L1
1
CURRENT DRAWER ASSIGNMENT (0-3)
1
NOTE : IF ASSIGNMENT IS 0, THEN ONLY
POSTING TO A TRACKING FILE IS ALLOWED.
CHECKS PAID AND/OR CASH TRANSACTIONS ARE
NOT ALLOWED.
ESC Y/N ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓←→
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Z-MODE
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Z-MODE REPORTING
The Z mode is used for display/printing of reports, all information can be reset at this stage.
NOTE Any report which is displayed during Z-MODE reporting will also reset those figure which
appear. It is also important to report that some feature reports such as FOOD COST have a direct
relationship to other reports for example resetting the PLU sales will result in no usage imformation
printed for products on the food cost summary.
Z- REP ORT S
L1
REPO RT# : 0 0
• ENT ER REP ORT N UMB E R AND PR ESS EN TER
• PRE SS ENT ER TO VIE W T HE RE POR T L IST
ENT ER
Z- REP ORT LI ST
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
!
L1
FIN ANC IAL
SAL ES BY TI ME PER IOD S
ALL PL US
FRO M/T O P LU S
PLU S B Y G RO UP
PLU S B Y G RO UP FOR SE LEC TED GR OUP
PLU SA LES B Y P RIC E L EVE L
MIX AN D M AT CH
NOT FO UND P LU
EMP LOY EES
IND IVI DUA L EMP LOY EE
EMP LOY EE CU RRE NTL Y S IGN ED ON
ESC EN TER PA GE UP/ DN ↑↓
Note If system option "CONFIRM PRINTING BEFORE RESETTING TOTALS ON Z" is selected, the following message :
Z R E P O R T C O M P LE TE D
S U C C E S S F U LL Y .
D O Y O U WI S H TO R E S E T
TOTALS?
PRESS DONE TO RESET AND END
THIS REPORT
PRESS ESC TO EXIT REPORT
WI T H O U T R E S E T T I N G T O T A L S
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SAMPLE REPORTS
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REPORT LIST
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
SAMSUNG
REPORT NAME
MODE
Financial
Sales by Time Periods
All PLUs
From / To PLUs
PLUs by Group
PLUs by Group for Selected Group
Top 20 PLUs
PLU Zero Sales
PLU Zero Sales by Group
PLU Sales by Price Level
Mix and Match
Not Found PLU
Employees
Individual Employee
Employee Currently Signed on
Groups By Employee
Groups
From/To Groups
Selective Group
Drawer Totals
Drawer 1/2/3
Labour Groups
Sales and Labour %
Daily Sales
Groups By Time Periods
Analysis 1 By Time Periods
Analysis 2 By Time Periods
Analysis 3 By Time Periods
Track 1 By Time Periods
Track 2 By Time Periods
Track 3 By Time Periods
Track 4 By Time Periods
Open Check for Track 1
Open Check for Track 2
Open Check for Track 3
Open Check for Track 4
Open Check for Selected Employee
Open Check for Current Employee
Open Check for Track 1,2,3,&4
Product Mix
Product Projections
Station Totals
Active Employees – time keeping
Time Keeping
Day Shift
Inventory
PLU Stock
Stock by PLU Range
Stock by Group
Stock by Individual Group
Food Cost
PLU Minimum Stock
Electronic Journal
String Report 1 – as defined by program
String Report 2 – as defined by program
String Report 3 – as defined by program
String Report 4 – as defined by program
Custom
Pre-Poll – Hard Copy Print Out
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X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 to X5 read only
X1 to X5 read only
X1 to X5 read only
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 & Z1 only
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 to X5 read only
X1 to X5 read only
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 / Z1 - X2 / Z2
X2 & Z2
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 & Z1
X1 & Z1
X1 & Z1
X1 & Z1
X1 & Z1
X1 & Z1
X1 & Z1
X1 / Z1 - X2 / Z2
X1 read only
X1 / Z1
X1 read only
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 & Z1
X1 & Z1
X1 & Z1
X1 & Z1
X1 & Z1
X1 & Z1
X1 & Z1
X1 & Z1
X1 & Z1
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 / Z1 - X5 / Z5
X1 & Z1
INDIVIDUAL / IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
IRC from REG holding data
IRC from REG holding data
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
at REG holding data
at REG holding data
at REG holding data
at REG holding data
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
IRC
IRC
IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL & IRC
INDIVIDUAL
SPS1000
Financial
FINA NCI AL REP OR T
X1 R EPO RT
000 3
DESC RIP TOR
CO UNT
T OTA L
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------+PLU LV L1 TTL
0
•0. 00
-PLU LV L1 TTL
0
•0. 00
+PLU LV L2 TTL
0
•0. 00
-PLU LV L2 TTL
0
•0. 00
+PLU LV L3 TTL
0
•0. 00
-PLU LV L3 TTL
0
•0. 00
:
+PLU LV L19 TT L
0
•0. 00
-PLU LV L19 TT L
0
•0. 00
+PLU LV L20 TT L
0
•0. 00
-PLU LV L20 TT L
0
•0. 00
ADJS T T TL
0
•0. 00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------NON- TAX
•0. 00
TAX1 SA LES
•0. 00
TAX2 SA LES
•0. 00
TAX3 SA LES
•0. 00
TAX4 SA LES
•0. 00
TAX5 SA LES
•0. 00
TAX6 SA LES
•0. 00
TAX1
TAX2
TAX3
TAX4
TAX5
TAX6
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
XMPT AX1 SA LES
•0. 00
XMPT AX2 SA LES
•0. 00
XMPT AX3 SA LES
•0. 00
XMPT AX4 SA LES
•0. 00
XMPT AX5 SA LES
•0. 00
XMPT AX6 SA LES
•0. 00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------ANAL YSI S1 SAL ES
0
•0. 00
ANAL YSI S2 SAL ES
0
•0. 00
ANAL YSI S3 SAL ES
0
•0. 00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------% 1
0
•0. 00
% 2
0
•0. 00
% 3
0
•0. 00
% 4
0
•0. 00
% 5
0
•0. 00
% 6
0
•0. 00
% 7
0
•0. 00
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% 8
% 9
% 10
0
0
0
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
NET SAL ES
0
•0. 00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------CRED IT TAX 1
0
•0. 00
CRED IT TAX 2
0
•0. 00
CRED IT TAX 3
0
•0. 00
CRED IT TAX 4
0
•0. 00
CRED IT TAX 5
0
•0. 00
CRED IT TAX 6
0
•0. 00
FOOD ST MP CRE DI T
•0. 00
MDSE RE TUR N
ERRO R C ORR ECT
PREV IOU S V OID
TRAN S V OID
CANC EL
0
0
0
0
0
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
GROS S S ALE S
•0. 00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------CASH SA LES
0
•0. 00
CHEQ UE SAL ES
0
•0. 00
R/A 1
0
•0. 00
R/A 2
0
•0. 00
R/A 3
0
•0. 00
R/A 4
0
•0. 00
R/A 5
0
•0. 00
P/O 1
0
•0. 00
P/O 2
0
•0. 00
P/O 3
0
•0. 00
P/O 4
0
•0. 00
P/O 5
0
•0. 00
HASH TO TAL
0
•0. 00
AUDA CTI ON
0
•0. 00
NO S ALE /NO N-A DD #
0
0
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------CASH -IN -DR AWE R
•0. 00
CHEQ UE- IN- DRA WE R
0
•0. 00
FD/S -IN -DR AWE R
0
•0. 00
MISC 1 T END
MISC 2 T END
MISC 3 T END
0
0
0
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
0
0
•0. 00
•0. 00
:
MISC 15 TEN D
MISC 16 TEN D
CONV 1
CONV 2
CONV 3
CONV 4
CONV 5
CONV 1
CONV 2
SAMSUNG
C ASH
C ASH
C ASH
C ASH
C ASH
C HEQ UE
C HEQ UE
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*0. 0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
*0. 0 0
@ 0.0 0
SPS1000
CONV 3
CONV 4
CONV 5
CONV 1
CONV 2
CONV 3
CONV 4
CONV 5
C HEQ UE
C HEQ UE
C HEQ UE
C HAR GE
C HAR GE
C HAR GE
C HAR GE
C HAR GE
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
*0. 0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
DRAW ER1 TO TAL
•0. 00
DRAW ER2 TO TAL
•0. 00
DRAW ER3 TO TAL
•0. 00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------PROM O
0
•0. 00
WAST E
0
•0. 00
TRAI NIN G T OTA L
0
•0. 00
BAL FOR WAR D
GUES TS
PREV IOU S B ALA NC E
CHEC KS PAI D
SERV ICE
0
0
0
0
0
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
TIP TOT AL
0
•0. 00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------CASH DE C A MT
0
•0. 00
CHEQ UE DEC AM T
0
•0. 00
MISC 1 D EC AMT
0
•0. 00
MISC 2 D EC AMT
0
•0. 00
:
MISC 15 DEC AM T
0
•0. 00
MISC 16 DEC AM T
0
•0. 00
COUP ON SAL ES
0
•0. 00
ROUN D T TL
0
•0. 00
M&M TTL
0
•0. 00
AVG. SA LES
•0. 00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------GRAN D T OTA L(N EG )
•0. 00
GRAN D T OTA L(N ET )
•0. 00
GRAN D T OTA L(G RO SS)
•0. 00
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
TIM E 1 9:0 3
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Sales By Time Period
SALE S B Y T IME P ERI OD REP ORT
X1 R EPO RT
000 3
TIME PE RIO D
#/ CUS TOM ERS
T OTA L
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------08:0 0 - 08 :59
3
•11 .54
09:0 0 - 09 :59
15
•18 6 .82
11:0 0 - 11 :59
6
•7. 99
12:0 0 - 12 :59
1
•2. 40
14:0 0 - 14 :59
13
•14 6 .82
TOTA L
38
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
•35 5 .57
TIM E 1 9:0 3
PLU
All Plus
From/To PLUs
PLUs By Group
PLUs By Group For Selected Group
Top 20 PLUs
ALL PLU S R EPO RT
Whole unit reporting if there is
no decimal activity.
Total/Counter capacity varies
by memory allocation.
Counters: 6-8 digits
Totals: 8-10 digits
X1 R EPO RT
000 3
ITEM
P RO MO
WA STE
U SAG E
PL U#/ %
GR OU P#
CO UNT
T OTAL
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------HAMB URG ER
00 000 000 000 000 000 1
1
2
6
50 .00 %
01
3
•3. 00
CHEE SE BUR GER
1
01
00 000 000 000 000 000 2
4
8
50 .00 %
3
•3. 00
TOTA L
2
6
6
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
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•6. 00
TIM E 1 9:0 3
SPS1000
PLU Zero Sales
PLU Zero Sales
PLU Zero Sales By Group
PLU ZER O S ALE S REP ORT
X1 R EPO RT
000 3
ITEM
PLU #
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------PLU3
00 000 000 000 000 000 3
PLU4
00 000 000 000 000 000 4
:
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
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PLU Sales By Price Level
PLU SAL ES BY PR ICE LE VEL RE POR T
X1 R EPO RT
000 3
ITEM
P RO MO
WA STE
U SAG E
PL U#/ %
GR OU P#
CO UNT
T OTA L
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------HAMB URG ER
00 000 000 000 000 000 1
1
2
6
50 .00 %
01
3
•3. 00
P RIC E L VL1
3
•3. 00
P RIC E L VL2
0
•0. 00
P RIC E L VL3
0
•0. 00
P RIC E L VL4
0
•0. 00
P RIC E L VL5
0
•0. 00
:
TOTA L
2
6
14
6
•6. 00
P RIC E L VL1
6
•6. 00
P RIC E L VL2
0
•0. 00
P RIC E L VL3
0
•0. 00
P RIC E L VL4
0
•0. 00
P RIC E L VL5
0
•0. 00
P RIC E
P RIC E
P RIC E
P RIC E
P RIC E
L VL6
L VL7
L VL8
L VL9
L VL1 0
0
0
0
0
0
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
P RIC E
P RIC E
P RIC E
P RIC E
P RIC E
L VL1 1
L VL1 2
L VL1 3
L VL1 4
L VL1 5
0
0
0
0
0
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
0
0
0
0
0
W
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0.0 0
P RIC E L VL1 6
P RIC E L VL1 7
P RIC E L VL1 8
P RIC E L VL1 9
P RIC E L VL2 0
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E
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SPS1000
Mix And Match
MIX AND MA TCH R EPO RT
X1 R EPO RT
000 3
#/DE SCR IPT ION
COU NT
TO TAL
%
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------001 DIS COU NT# 1
3
20 .00
•0. 30
002 DIS COU NT# 2
4
80 .00
•1 2. 00
003 DIS COU NT# 3
0
•0. 00
004 DIS COU NT# 4
0
•0. 00
005 DIS COU NT# 5
0
•0. 00
TOTA L
7
•1 2. 30
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
TIM E 1 9:0 3
Not Found PLU
NOT FOU ND PLU R EPO RT
X1 R EPO RT
000 3
DESC RIP TOR
N OT FOU ND PLU #
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------CHIC KEN NU GGE T
00 000 000 000 000 100 0
FANT A
00 000 000 000 001 010 4
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
TIM E 1 9:0 3
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Employees
Employees
Individual Employee
Employee Currently Signed On
Active Employees
INDI VID UAL EM PL OYE E R EPO RT
X1 R EPO RT
EMPL OYE E # 1
000 3
A NNI E W
DESC RIP TOR
CO UNT
T OTA L
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------NET SAL ES
0
•0. 00
NON- TAX
•0. 00
TAX1 SA LES
•0. 00
TAX2 SA LES
•0. 00
TAX3 SA LES
•0. 00
TAX4 SA LES
•0. 00
TAX5 SA LES
•0. 00
TAX6 SA LES
•0. 00
TAX1
TAX2
TAX3
TAX4
TAX5
TAX6
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
XMPT AX1 SA LES
•0. 00
XMPT AX2 SA LES
•0. 00
XMPT AX3 SA LES
•0. 00
XMPT AX4 SA LES
•0. 00
XMPT AX5 SA LES
•0. 00
XMPT AX6 SA LES
•0. 00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------ANAL YSI S1 SAL ES
0
•0. 00
ANAL YSI S2 SAL ES
0
•0. 00
ANAL YSI S3 SAL ES
0
•0. 00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------% 1
0
•0. 00
% 2
0
•0. 00
% 3
0
•0. 00
% 4
0
•0. 00
% 5
0
•0. 00
% 6
0
•0. 00
% 7
0
•0. 00
% 8
0
•0. 00
% 9
0
•0. 00
% 10
0
•0. 00
---- --- --- --- -- -------------------------
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CRED IT
CRED IT
CRED IT
CRED IT
CRED IT
CRED IT
TAX 1
TAX 2
TAX 3
TAX 4
TAX 5
TAX 6
0
0
0
0
0
0
FOOD ST MP CRE DI T
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
MDSE RE TUR N
ERRO R C ORR ECT
PREV IOU S V OID
TRAN S V OID
CANC EL
0
0
0
0
0
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
GROS S S ALE S
•0. 00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------CASH SA LES
0
•0. 00
CHEQ UE SAL ES
0
•0. 00
R/A 1
0
•0. 00
R/A 2
0
•0. 00
R/A 3
0
•0. 00
R/A 4
0
•0. 00
R/A 5
0
•0. 00
P/O 1
0
•0. 00
P/O 2
0
•0. 00
P/O 3
0
•0. 00
P/O 4
0
•0. 00
P/O 5
0
•0. 00
HASH TO TAL
0
•0. 00
AUDA CTI ON
0
•0. 00
NO S ALE /NO N-A DD #
0
0
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------CASH -IN -DR AWE R
0
•0. 00
CHEQ UE- IN- DRA WE R
0
•0. 00
F/S- IN- DRA WER
0
•0. 00
MISC 1 T END
MISC 2 T END
0
0
•0. 00
•0. 00
0
•0. 00
:
MISC 16 TEN D
CONV 1
CONV 2
CONV 3
CONV 4
CONV 5
CONV 1
CONV 2
CONV 3
CONV 4
CONV 5
CONV 1
CONV 2
CONV 3
CONV 4
CONV 5
SAMSUNG
C ASH
C ASH
C ASH
C ASH
C ASH
C HEQ UE
C HEQ UE
C HEQ UE
C HEQ UE
C HEQ UE
C HAR GE
C HAR GE
C HAR GE
C HAR GE
C HAR GE
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*0. 0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
*0. 0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
*0. 0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
SPS1000
DRAW ER1 TO TAL
0
•0. 00
DRAW ER2 TO TAL
0
•0. 00
DRAW ER3 TO TAL
0
•0. 00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------PROM O
0
•0. 00
WAST E
0
•0. 00
TRAI NIN G T OTA L
0
•0. 00
BAL FOR WAR D
GUES TS
PREV IOU S B ALA NC E
CHEC KS PAI D
SERV ICE
0
0
0
0
0
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
TIP TOT AL
0
•0. 00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------ROUN D T TL
0
•0. 00
M&M TTL
0
•0. 00
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
TIM E 1 9:0 3
Groups By Employee
GROU PS BY EMP LO YEE RE POR T
X1 R EPO RT
EMPL OYE E # 1
0 00 3
A NNI E W
DESC RIP TOR
CO UNT
T OTA L
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------GR OUP 1
3
•30 .00
GROU P2
4
•8 0.0 0
TO TAL
7
•11 0 .00
:
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
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SPS1000
Group
Groups
From/To Groups
Selective Group
GROU PS REP ORT
X1 R EPO RT
000 3
# D ESC RIP TOR
CO UNT
TO TAL
%
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------01 G ROU P1
3
27 .27
•3 0. 00
02 G ROU P2
4
72 .72
•8 0. 00
GROU P T OTA L
7
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
•1 10. 00
TIM E 1 9:0 3
Drawer Totals
DRAW ER TOT ALS R EPO RT
X1 R EPO RT
DESC RIP TOR
CO UNT
T OTA L
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------R/A 1
0
•0. 00
R/A 2
0
•0. 00
R/A 3
0
•0. 00
R/A 4
0
•0. 00
R/A 5
0
•0. 00
P/O 1
0
•0. 00
P/O 2
0
•0. 00
P/O 3
0
•0. 00
P/O 4
0
•0. 00
P/O 5
0
•0. 00
CASH -IN -DR AWE R
CHEQ UE- IN- DRA WE R
F/S- IN- DRA WER
0
0
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
MISC 1 T END
MISC 2 T END
0
0
•0. 00
•0. 00
0
•0. 00
:
MISC 16 TEN D
CONV 1 C ASH
CONV 2 C ASH
CONV 3 C ASH
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@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
SPS1000
CONV 4 C ASH
CONV 5 C ASH
CONV 1 C HEQ UE
CONV 2 C HEQ UE
CONV 3 C HEQ UE
CONV 4 C HEQ UE
CONV 5 C HEQ UE
CONV 1 C HAR GE
CONV 2 C HAR GE
CONV 3 C HAR GE
CONV 4 C HAR GE
CONV 5 C HAR GE
COUP ON SAL ES
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
*0. 0 0
@ 0.00
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
*0. 0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
•0. 00
TIM E 1 9:0 3
Labour Groups
X1 R EPO RT
LABO R G ROU PS RE POR T
IRC RE G#0 1
000 3
DESC RIP TOR
HOU RS/ MIN UTE S
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------MANA GER
0.0 0
SERV ER
0.0 0
HEAD SE RVE R
0.0 0
CASH IER
0.0 0
:
JOB# 20
0.0 0
TOTA L T IME WO RK ED
AVG. DA ILY LA BO R C OST
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
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•0. 00
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SPS1000
Sales and Labour %
SALE S A ND LAB OR % REP ORT
IRC RE G#0 1
X1 R EPO RT
000 1
TIME PE RIO D / I TEM
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------00:0 0 - 00 :59
CU ST:
0 NET SA LES :
•0. 00
AVG /CU ST:
•0. 00
HR S L BR:
0. 00 LAB OR COS T:
•0. 00
%/N ET SAL ES:
LA BOR $/C UST :
•0. 00
SA LES /MA NHO UR :
•0. 00
:
23:0 0 - 23 :59
CU ST:
0 NET SA LES :
•0. 00
AVG /CUS T:
•0. 00
HR S L BR:
0. 00 LAB OR COS T:
•0. 00
%/N ET SAL ES:
LA BOR $/C UST :
•0. 00
SA LES /MA NHO UR :
•0. 00
TOTA L
CU ST:
0 NET SA LES :
AVG /CU ST:
HR S L BR:
0. 00 LAB OR COS T:
%/N ET SAL ES:
LA BOR $/C UST :
SA LES /MA NHO UR :
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
100 .00 %
•0. 00
•0. 00
TIM E 1 9:0 3
Daily Sales
DAIL Y S ALE S R EP ORT
X2 R EPO RT
000 1
DAY
COU NT
T OTA L
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------1
3
•11 .54
2
15
•18 6 .82
3
6
•7. 99
13
1
•2. 40
17
13
•14 6 .82
TOTA L
38
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
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SPS1000
Groups By Time Period
Reporting for each time period and each group. (Selected groups and periods shown here.)
GROU PS BY TIM E PER IOD S R EPO RT
X1 R EPO RT
000 1
TIME PE RIO D
C OUN T
TOT AL AV/ TRN S
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------00:0 0-0 0:5 9
0
•0 .0 0
DE SCR IPT OR
CO UNT
T OTA L
GR OUP 1
0
•0. 00
GROU P2
0
•0. 0 0
:
GR OUP 99
0
•0. 00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------:
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------12:0 0-1 2:5 9
7
15 .71
•11 0.0 0
DE SCR IPT OR
CO UNT
T OTA L
GR OUP 1
3
•30 .00
GROU P2
4
•8 0.0 0
:
GR OUP 99
0
•0. 00
:
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------TOTA L
7
15 .71
•11 0.0 0
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
TIM E 1 9:0 3
Analysis 1 By Time Periods
ANAL YSI S1 BY TI ME PER IOD S R EPO RT
X1 R EPO RT
000 1
TIME PE RIO D
#/ CUS TOM ERS
T OTA L
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------00:0 0 - 00 :59
0
•0. 00
01:0 0 - 01 :59
0
•0. 00
:
23:0 0 - 23 :59
0
•0. 00
TOTA L
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
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•0. 00
TIM E 1 9:0 3
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Analysis 2 By Time Periods
ANAL YSI S2 BY TI ME PER IOD S R EPO RT
X1 R EPO RT
000 1
TIME PE RIO D
#/ CUS TOM ERS
T OTAL
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------00:0 0 - 00 :59
0
•0. 00
01:0 0 - 01 :59
0
•0. 00
:
23:0 0 - 23 :59
0
•0. 00
TOTA L
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
0
•0. 00
TIM E 1 9:0 3
Analysis 3 By Time Periods
ANAL YSI S3 BY TI ME PER IOD S R EPO RT
X1 R EPO RT
000 1
TIME PE RIO D
#/ CUS TOM ERS
T OTA L
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------00:0 0 - 00 :59
0
•0. 00
01:0 0 - 01 :59
0
•0. 00
:
23:0 0 - 23 :59
0
•0. 00
TOTA L
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
0
•0. 00
TIM E 1 9:0 3
Track By Time Periods
Track 1 By Time Periods
Track 2 By Time Periods
Track 3 By Time Periods
Track 4 By Time Periods
TRAC K 1 BY TI ME PE RIO DS REP ORT
X1 R EPO RT
000 1
TIME PE RIO D
#/ CUS TOM ERS
T OTA L
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------00:0 0 - 00 :59
0
•0. 00
01:0 0 - 01 :59
0
•0. 00
:
23:0 0 - 23 :59
0
•0. 00
TOTA L
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
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•0. 00
TIM E 1 9:0 3
SPS1000
Open Check
Open Check For Track 1
Open Check For Track 2
Open Check For Track 3
Open Check For Track 4
Open Check For Selected Employee
Open Check For Current Employee
Open Check For Track 1,2,3,&4
OPEN CH ECK FO R TRA CK 1 R EPO RT
X1 R EPO RT
000 3
TBL#
C HEC K#
G # E MPL OYE E
TI ME
T OTA L
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------IRC RE G#0 1
0001
2
11: 11
00 000 001 00
A NNI E W
•10 0 .00
TRAC K#1 TO TAL
•10 0 .00
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
TIM E 1 9:0 3
Product Mix
PROD UCT MI X R EP ORT
X1 R EPO RT
000 3
PROD UCT /TI ME
U NIT #PC
COU NT
T OTA L
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------BOTT LE BEC KS (C ASE )
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------09:0 0-0 9:5 9
00 01# 084
2 04
•22 2 .36
10:0 0-1 0:5 9
00 01# 033
1 53
•16 6 .77
13:0 0-1 3:5 9
00 02# 004
2 44
•26 5 .96
TOTA L
00 05# 001
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
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•65 5 .09
TIM E 1 9:0 3
SPS1000
Product Projections
PROD UCT PR OJE CT ION S R EPO RT
X1 R EPO RT
000 3
BOTT LE BEC KS
( CAS E)
MO N
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------TIME
W EE K1 WEE K2 WEE K3 WEE K4
AV G
06:0 0-0 6:2 9
5
5
5
5
5. 0
08:0 0-0 8:2 9
10
20
30
40
25. 0
08:3 0-0 8:5 9
0
0
0
70 0
17 5
09:3 0-0 9:5 9
0
0
68
1
17. 2
TO TAL
15
25
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
10 3
74 6 2 22. 2
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Station Totals
Prints for each register in an IRC configuration.
STAT ION TO TAL S REP ORT
X1 R EPO RT
000 3
DESC RIP TOR
CO UNT
T OTA L
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------IRC RE G#0 1
NET SAL ES
14
•1 942 .68
GROS S S ALE S
•1 942 .68
DRAW ER1 TO TAL
•1 894 .00
DRAW ER2 TO TAL
•38 .68
DRAW ER3 TO TAL
•10 .00
DRAW ER1 23 TOT AL
•1 942 .68
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
T IM E 1 9:0 3
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Time Keeping
Time Keeping X/Z1
X1 R EPO RT
TIME KE EPI NG RE POR T
IRC RE G#0 1
000 3
EMP#
S SN
NAM E
TIP S
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------001
NG 58 61 34 A
AN NIE W
•5. 00
08 :30 - 12 :30
MAN AGE R
13 :30 - 17 :30
MAN AGE R
18 :00 - 20 :15
HEA D S ERV ER
MAN AGE R
8. 00 REG
0 .00 OT
HEA D S ERV ER
2. 15 REG
0 .00 OT
TOT AL REG
10. 15 HR
•5 6. 92 CST
TOT AL OT
0. 00 HR
•0. 00 CST
TOT AL LBR
10. 15 HR
•5 6. 92 CST
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------MANA GER
REG
8. 00 HR
•4 7. 92 CST
OT
0. 00 HR
•0. 00 CST
TOT AL LBR
8. 00 HR
•4 7. 92 CST
HEAD SE RVE R
REG
OT
TOT AL LBR
2. 15 HR
0. 00 HR
2. 15 HR
TOTA L
REG
OT
TOTA L L ABO R
TOTA L T IPS
10. 15 HR
0. 00 HR
10. 15 HR
•5 .00
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
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•9. 00
•0. 00
•9. 00
TI P%
CST
CST
CST
•5 6. 92 CST
•0. 00 CST
•5 6. 92 CST
•0. 00
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Time Keeping X/Z2-5
X2 R EPO RT
TIME KE EPI NG RE POR T
IRC RE G#0 1
000 3
EMP#
S SN
NAM E
TIP S
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------001
NG 58 61 34 A
AN NIE W
•5. 00
MAN AGE R
8. 00 REG
0 .00 OT
HEA D S ERV ER
2. 15 REG
0 .00 OT
TOT AL REG
10. 15 HR
•5 6. 92 CST
TOT AL OT
0. 00 HR
•0. 00 CST
TOT AL LBR
10. 15 HR
•5 6. 92 CST
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------MANA GER
REG
8. 00 HR
•4 7. 92 CST
OT
0. 00 HR
•0. 00 CST
TOT AL LBR
8. 00 HR
•4 7. 92 CST
HEAD SE RVE R
REG
OT
TOT AL LBR
2. 15 HR
0. 00 HR
2. 15 HR
TOTA L
REG
OT
TOTA L L ABO R
TOTA L T IPS
10. 15 HR
0. 00 HR
10. 15 HR
•5 .00
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
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•9. 00
•0. 00
•9. 00
TI P%
CST
CST
CST
•5 6. 92 CST
•0. 00 CST
•5 6. 92 CST
•0. 00
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Day Shift
Complete Financial Reporting is available for each of 4 possible shifts. Shifts can be
changed automatically at a set time or manually.
DAY SHI FT# 1 R EP ORT
X1 R EPO RT
000 3
0 0:0 0-11 :5 9
DESC RIP TOR
CO UNT
TOT A L
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------+PLU LV L1 TTL
0
•0. 00
-PLU LV L1 TTL
0
•0. 00
+PLU LV L2 TTL
0
•0. 00
-PLU LV L2 TTL
0
•0. 00
+PLU LV L3 TTL
0
•0. 00
-PLU LV L3 TTL
0
•0. 00
:
+PLU LV L19 TT L
0
•0. 00
-PLU LV L19 TT L
0
•0. 00
+PLU LV L20 TT L
0
•0. 00
-PLU LV L20 TT L
0
•0. 00
ADJS T T TL
0
•0. 00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------NON- TAX
•0. 00
TAX1 SA LES
•0. 00
TAX2 SA LES
•0. 00
TAX3 SA LES
•0. 00
TAX4 SA LES
•0. 00
TAX5 SA LES
•0. 00
TAX6 SA LES
•0. 00
TAX1
TAX2
TAX3
TAX4
TAX5
TAX6
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
XMPT AX1 SA LES
•0. 00
XMPT AX2 SA LES
•0. 00
XMPT AX3 SA LES
•0. 00
XMPT AX4 SA LES
•0. 00
XMPT AX5 SA LES
•0. 00
XMPT AX6 SA LES
•0. 00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------ANAL YSI S1 SAL ES
0
•0. 00
ANAL YSI S2 SAL ES
0
•0. 00
ANAL YSI S3 SAL ES
0
•0. 00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------% 1
0
•0. 00
% 2
0
•0. 00
% 3
0
•0. 00
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%
%
%
%
%
%
%
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0.00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
NET SAL ES
0
•0. 00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------CRED IT TAX 1
0
•0. 00
CRED IT TAX 2
0
•0. 00
CRED IT TAX 3
0
•0. 00
CRED IT TAX 4
0
•0. 00
CRED IT TAX 5
0
•0. 00
CRED IT TAX 6
0
•0. 00
FOOD ST MP CRE DI T
•0. 00
MDSE RE TUR N
ERRO R C ORR ECT
PREV IOU S V OID
TRAN S V OID
CANC EL
0
0
0
0
0
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
GROS S S ALE S
•0. 00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------CASH SA LES
0
•0. 00
CHEQ UE SAL ES
0
•0. 00
R/A 1
0
•0. 00
R/A 2
0
•0. 00
R/A 3
0
•0. 00
R/A 4
0
•0. 00
R/A 5
0
•0. 00
P/O 1
0
•0. 00
P/O 2
0
•0. 00
P/O 3
0
•0. 00
P/O 4
0
•0. 00
P/O 5
0
•0. 00
HASH TO TAL
0
•0. 00
AUDA CTI ON
0
•0. 00
NO S ALE /NO N-A DD #
0
0
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------CASH -IN -DR AWE R
•0. 00
CHEQ UE- IN- DRA WE R
0
•0. 00
FD/S -IN -DR AWE R
0
•0. 00
MISC 1 T END
MISC 2 T END
MISC 3 T END
0
0
0
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
0
0
•0. 00
•0. 00
:
MISC 15 TEN D
MISC 16 TEN D
CONV 1 C ASH
CONV 2 C ASH
CONV 3 C ASH
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@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
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CONV 4
CONV 5
CONV 1
CONV 2
CONV 3
CONV 4
CONV 5
CONV 1
CONV 2
CONV 3
CONV 4
CONV 5
C ASH
C ASH
C HEQ UE
C HEQ UE
C HEQ UE
C HEQ UE
C HEQ UE
C HAR GE
C HAR GE
C HAR GE
C HAR GE
C HAR GE
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
*0. 0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
*0. 0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
@ 0.0 0
DRAW ER1 TO TAL
•0. 00
DRAW ER2 TO TAL
•0. 00
DRAW ER3 TO TAL
•0. 00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------PROM O
0
•0. 00
WAST E
0
•0. 00
TRAI NIN G T OTA L
0
•0. 00
BAL FOR WAR D
GUES TS
PREV IOU S B ALA NC E
CHEC KS PAI D
SERV ICE
0
0
0
0
0
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
•0. 00
TIP TOT AL
0
•0. 00
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------CASH DE C A MT
0
•0. 00
CHEQ UE DEC AM T
0
•0. 00
MISC 1 D EC AMT
0
•0. 00
MISC 2 D EC AMT
0
•0. 00
:
MISC 15 DEC AM T
0
•0. 00
MISC 16 DEC AM T
0
•0. 00
COUP ON SAL ES
0
•0. 00
ROUN D T TL
0
•0. 00
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
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Inventory
CONS OLI DAT ED
INVE NTO RY REP OR T
(01 )
X1 R EPO RT
000 3
INV #00 1
PAT TY
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------BEG INI NG INV EN TOR Y
00 .00 0
REC EIP TS
00 .00 0
TRA NSF ER INS
00 .00 0
TRA NSF ER OUT S
00 .00 0
RAW WA STE
00 .00 0
THE ORE TIC AL US AGE
00 .00 0
ACT UAL IN VEN TO RY
00 .00 0
ACT UAL US AGE
00 .00 0
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------VAL UE OF INV EN TOR Y
VAR IAN CE +/VAR IAN CE COS T
FOO D C OST
•00 . 000
00 .00 0
•00 . 000
•00 . 000
:
INVE NTO RY TOT AL
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------PLU REC IPE SA LE S
•00 . 000
FOOD CO ST
•00 . 000
VALU E O F I NVE NT ORY
•00 . 000
VARI ANC E C OST
•00 . 000
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
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INVENTORY DEFINITIONS
Beginning Inventory
The Beginning Quantity as Receipt Quantity entered in X-mode (EDIT INVENTORY
ITEM), for the first report. Additional reports will get the begin quantity from the END value
from the last “Z” reset report.
Receipts
The Receipt Quantity as entered in X-mode (EDIT INVENTORY ITEM).
Transfer Ins
The Transfer In Quantity as entered in X-mode (EDIT INVENTORY ITEM)
Transfer Outs
The Transfer Out Quantity as entered in X-mode (inventory - edit inventory item -daily
edit/period)
Raw Waste
The Raw Waste Quantity as entered in X-mode (EDIT INVENTORY ITEM).
Theoretical Usage
The Theoretical Use Quantity.
T.USAGE = [(PROMO + WASTE + SOLD (PLU Report)] * [QTY (RECIPE TABLE)]
Actual Inventory
The Actual Inventory as entered in X-mode (EDIT INVENTORY ITEM).
Actual Usage
The Actual Use Quantity.
At the first report,
A.USAGE = [(RECEIPTS) + (TR/IN) - (TR/OUT) - (RAW WASTE) - (ACTUAL INV.)]
At the additional reports,
A.USAGE = [(BEGINNING INV.) + (RECEIPTS) + (TR/IN) - (TR/OUT)
- (RAW WASTE) - (ACTUAL INV)]
Value Of Inventory
The Value of inventory items on hand. VALUE = [(END) * (COST)]
Variance +/The Variance +/-. VR+/- = [(T.USAGE) - (A.USAGE)]
Variance Cost
The Variance Cost. V.CST = [(VR+/-) * (COST)]
Food Cost
The Food Cost. FDCST = [(A.USAGE) * (COST)]
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PLU Stock
PLUs designated as stock PLUs (see PLU Status Group Programming) will appear
PLU Stock
Stock By PLU Range
PLU STO CK REP OR T
X1 R EPO RT
000 3
PLU#
DE SCR IPT OR
C OUN T
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------0000 000 000 000 00 001 HA MBU RGE R
50
0000 000 000 000 00 002 CH EES E B URG ER
24
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
TIM E 1 9:0 3
PLU Stock by group
Further stock reporting formats are available
Stock By Group
Stock By Individual Group
STOC K B Y G ROU P REP ORT
X1 R EPO RT
000 3
GROU P/P LU#
DES CRI PTO R
C OUN T
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------01 G ROU P1
000 000 000 000 00 000 1
HAM BUR GER
50
000 000 000 000 00 000 2
CHE ESE BU RGE R
24
GRO UP1 TO TAL
74
02 G ROU P2
000 000 000 000 00 001 1
000 000 000 000 00 001 2
GRO UP2 TO TAL
COK E
FAN TA
10 0
67
16 7
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------TOTA L
24 1
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
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Food Cost
FOOD CO ST REP OR T
CONS OLI DAT ED
(01 )
X1 R EPO RT
000 3
HAMB URG ER
PR ICE •
1 .95
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------PLU# 000 000 000 00 000 000 1
USA GE COU NT
28
ITE M C OST
•1. 200
USA GE COS T
•3 3. 600
SAL ES COU NT
28
NET SA LES
•54 .60
:
PLU COS T T OTA L
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------TOTA L F OOD CO ST
•2 69. 850
TOTA L S ALE S C OU NT
13 3
NET SAL ES TOT AL
•1 309 .35
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
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DEFINITIONS
Usage Count
(SALES COUNT + PROMO COUNT + WASTE COUNT)
Item Cost
COMBINED COST OF ALL INGREDIENTS\RECIPIES ASSOCIATED WITH THE ITEM.
Usage Cost
(USAGE * ITEM COST)
Sales Count
(SALES COUNT)
Net Sales
(SALES COUNT * PRICE)
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PLU Minimum Stock
This report shows PLUs theirs stock counter are less than or equal to minimum stock
counter
PLU MIN IMU M S TO CK REP ORT
X1 R EPO RT
0003
DESC RIP TOR /PL U#
MI N.S TK
ST K
---- --- --- --- -- ------------------------HAMB URG ER
00 000 000 000 00 000 01
100
50
COKE
00 000 000 000 00 000 11
120
10 0
NO.0 000 13 REG 0 1 A NNI E W
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Electronic journal
This terminal has a very sophisticated analysis on journal reporting. All information can be selected by
individual transaction type to be stored and reported extracted as required i.e. all Cash Transactions, VOIDs etc
CASH TRANSACTIONS
CHEQUE TRANSACTIONS
MISC TENDER TRANSACTIONS
TRANSACTIONS WITH %
RECD ACCT & PAID OUT
RETURN TRANSACTIONS
WITH ERROR CORRS & VOIDS
NO SALES
CANCEL TRANSACTIONS
TRANSACTIONS NEGATIVE
REPORTS
PROGRAM SCANS
CHECK TRACKING
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- All cash sales made during normal operation
- All cheque sales made during normal operation
- All Miscellaneous tender operations made during normal
operation
- All sales containing a discount or premium operation
- All received on account or paid out sales transactions
- All Merchandise Return sales transactions
- All Transactions containing an error correct or voids.
- All Transactions containing no sale operations.
- All Register Mode cancelled transactions
- All Transactions with negative product sales.
- All Read & Reset reports which are printed
- All Program scans which are printed.
- All sales registered for open checks.
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