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SAM4s SPS-1000
Operation Manual
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OM-SPS1000 Version 2.1
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Contents
Keyboard
1
Default Keyboard ...................................................................................................................... 1
Alpha Overlay............................................................................................................................ 2
Key Descriptions ....................................................................................................................... 3
Display
11
Display Adjustments................................................................................................................ 11
Sample Transaction ................................................................................................................. 11
Cursor Control (↑ ↓ ← →)...................................................................................................... 12
Selecting an Item ....................................................................................................... 12
Page Up and Page Down ........................................................................................... 13
Display Messages .................................................................................................................... 14
Operation Sequences
19
Control Lock............................................................................................................................ 19
Employee Sign-On/Sign-Off ................................................................................................... 20
Push Button Entry Method - Stay Down................................................................... 21
Push Button Entry Method - Pop-Up ........................................................................ 22
Code Entry Method - Stay-Down.............................................................................. 23
Code Entry Method - Pop-Up ................................................................................... 24
Sign Off/Quit............................................................................................................. 25
Continue .................................................................................................................... 26
Training Mode - Clock-in and Sign-on ..................................................................... 27
Time Clock Procedures............................................................................................................ 28
Clock-In Entry........................................................................................................... 28
Clock Out for Break .................................................................................................. 29
Clock In From Break................................................................................................. 30
Clock Out for the Day ............................................................................................... 31
Outside of Sale Functions........................................................................................................ 33
Time Display ............................................................................................................. 33
Selecting Keyboard Levels........................................................................................ 33
Selecting Price Levels ............................................................................................... 34
No Sale ...................................................................................................................... 34
Received on Account (Loan)..................................................................................... 35
Paid Out (Pick Up) .................................................................................................... 37
Item Registrations.................................................................................................................... 39
Open PLU/Item Entries ............................................................................................. 39
Preset PLU/Item Entries ............................................................................................ 41
Condiment/PLU/Function Entry from a WLU.......................................................... 43
Price Level Shift........................................................................................................ 59
Scale Items ................................................................................................................ 60
PRINT Key................................................................................................................ 66
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Promo ........................................................................................................................69
Waste .........................................................................................................................71
Price Inquiry ..............................................................................................................72
Food Stamp Shift.......................................................................................................73
Tax Shift and Tax Exemption....................................................................................75
Canadian Donut Tax Exemption ...............................................................................81
Corrections...............................................................................................................................82
Clear ..........................................................................................................................82
Error Correct..............................................................................................................83
Void ...........................................................................................................................84
Cancel........................................................................................................................90
Transaction Void .......................................................................................................91
Merchandise Return...................................................................................................93
% Key Operations....................................................................................................................94
Sale (Subtotal) Discounts ..........................................................................................95
Item Discounts.........................................................................................................100
Surcharges ...............................................................................................................104
Age Verification ......................................................................................................109
Not Found PLU .......................................................................................................110
KP Routing ..............................................................................................................112
Guest Check Operations ..........................................................................................113
Overview .................................................................................................................113
Manual Previous Balance ........................................................................................115
Hard Check Posting.................................................................................................119
Soft Check Posting ..................................................................................................120
Seat # Assignment ...................................................................................................129
Hold/Print Hold .......................................................................................................137
List Check................................................................................................................142
Repeat......................................................................................................................143
Transfer Table .........................................................................................................146
Combine Checks for Payment .................................................................................147
Transfer Check ........................................................................................................148
Tip Declare ..............................................................................................................150
Fast Food Operations .............................................................................................................151
Drive Thru Store......................................................................................................152
Drive Thru Recall ....................................................................................................153
Alpha Text...............................................................................................................155
Drive Thru Park.......................................................................................................156
Drive Thru Serve .....................................................................................................156
Miscellaneous Operations......................................................................................................157
Function Key WLU .................................................................................................157
# (Non-Add) Key.....................................................................................................159
Finalizing Transactions..........................................................................................................160
Cash Tender.............................................................................................................160
Check Tender ..........................................................................................................161
Check Cashing.........................................................................................................162
Misc (Charge) Tender..............................................................................................163
Preset Tender ...........................................................................................................164
Split Tender .............................................................................................................164
Split Payment...........................................................................................................166
Tray Subtotal ...........................................................................................................168
Foreign Currency Subtotal & Tender ......................................................................170
Food Stamp Subtotal & Tender ...............................................................................171
Post-Finalization Procedures .................................................................................................173
Paid Order Recall ....................................................................................................173
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Receipt Issue ........................................................................................................... 173
Validate ................................................................................................................... 173
Integrated Payment Operations.............................................................................................. 173
X-Mode Procedures
175
X-Mode Manager Menu ........................................................................................................ 175
Manager Operation ................................................................................................................ 176
Manager Control of Functions Inside of a Sales Transaction ................................. 176
Manager Control of Functions Outside of a Sales Transaction............................... 176
X Reports............................................................................................................................... 177
Training ................................................................................................................................. 182
Set Date & Time .................................................................................................................... 183
Cash Declaration.................................................................................................................... 184
Keyboard & Price Level ........................................................................................................ 185
Time Clock Edit..................................................................................................................... 186
X/Z1 (Daily Edit) .................................................................................................... 187
X/Z2 to X/Z5 Edit ................................................................................................... 188
Edit Inventory Item................................................................................................................ 189
Edit PLU Stock...................................................................................................................... 191
Drawer Assignment ............................................................................................................... 194
DataTran Operation ............................................................................................................... 195
Reports & Balancing
197
Report Table .......................................................................................................................... 197
Z-Reports ............................................................................................................................... 200
Balancing Formulas ............................................................................................................... 204
Sample Reports
205
Financial Report .................................................................................................................... 205
Sales By Time Period ............................................................................................................ 208
PLU........................................................................................................................................ 209
Employees ............................................................................................................................. 211
Group..................................................................................................................................... 215
Drawer Totals ........................................................................................................................ 216
Labor Groups......................................................................................................................... 217
Sales and Labor % ................................................................................................................. 218
Daily Sales............................................................................................................................. 220
Groups By Time Period ......................................................................................................... 221
Eat-In By Time Periods ......................................................................................................... 223
Take Out By Time Periods .................................................................................................... 223
Drive Thru By Time Periods ................................................................................................. 224
Track By Time Periods.......................................................................................................... 225
Open Check ........................................................................................................................... 226
Product Mix ........................................................................................................................... 227
Product Projections................................................................................................................ 228
Station Totals......................................................................................................................... 229
Time Keeping ........................................................................................................................ 230
Shift Report............................................................................................................................ 232
Inventory................................................................................................................................ 233
Definitions............................................................................................................... 235
PLU Stock ............................................................................................................................. 237
Food Cost............................................................................................................................... 238
Definitions............................................................................................................... 238
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Electronic Journal ..................................................................................................................239
Not Found PLU Report..........................................................................................................241
Integrated Payment Appendix
243
One Day Example of Credit Authorization ...........................................................................243
Open Batch ..............................................................................................................243
Sample Credit Transaction ......................................................................................244
Sample Debit Transaction .......................................................................................246
Gift Card Operations ...............................................................................................247
Manual Card Entry ..................................................................................................249
Merchandise Return.................................................................................................250
Void Transaction .....................................................................................................251
Local Total Report...................................................................................................252
Gratuity Entry..........................................................................................................252
Close Batch..............................................................................................................253
DataTran Operation Menu .....................................................................................................254
Initialize EFT...........................................................................................................254
Change Batch Number ............................................................................................254
Issue Local Total .....................................................................................................255
Issue Local Transaction ...........................................................................................255
Issue Local Batch Status Report..............................................................................256
Enable Dial In Load/Enable Dial Out Load ............................................................256
Gratuity Entry..........................................................................................................256
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Glossary of Terms
257
Index
267
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Keyboard
Default Keyboard
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RECEIPT
ISSUE
TIME
CLOCK
EMP
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PRICE
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KEYB
LVL#2
P/O
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R/A
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REPEAT
PRICE
LVL#3
KEYB
LVL#3
ERR
CORR
VOID
ITEM
QUIT
MACRO
#1
ADD
CHECK
MDSE
RTRN
WLU#
EXEMPT
TAX
MACRO
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TAX 1
SHIFT
STORE
#1
RECALL
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EAT
IN
MACRO
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TAX 2
SHIFT
YES/NO
ENTER
TAKE
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Key Descriptions
Key
Description
0 - 9, 00, 000
(Numeric Keys)
Used in all modes to enter numeric information such as prices or
quantities.
ADD CHECK
Use to add multiple guest checks (tracking balances or soft checks)
for payment together. See "TRAY SUBTL" on page 9 to add separate
transactions when you are not tracking balances.
ALPHA TEXT
Use to type a name or message that will be associated with a soft
check. Press the ALPHA TEXT key anytime after a check has been
opened, then type a message (up to 15 characters) using the alpha
keyboard overlay and press ENTER. The message is saved and
printed/displayed with the order.
CANCEL
Press CANCEL to abort a transaction in progress. All current items
are removed (voided).
CASH
Use CASH to finalize or tender cash sales. Change is computed
when the amount of cash tendered is greater than the amount of the
sale.
CHECK
Use CHECK to finalize or tender check sales. Change is computed
when the amount of the check tendered is greater than the amount of
the sale.
CHECK CASH
Use the CHECK CASH key to exchange a check for cash outside of
a sale.
CHECK ENDORSE
If compulsory check endorsement is set with the CHECK key, use
the CHECK ENDORSE key to print the endorsement message after
a check is inserted into the appropriate printer.
CLEAR/ESC
Use the CLEAR function to clear numeric entries or error conditions.
Use the ESC (escape) function to exit program screens and return to
the previous menu or screen.
CONTINUE
Use to override the pop-up employee function after a transaction.
Allows the employee to post an additional transaction without signing
on again.
CURR. CONV. 1-5
Use to convert and display the value of the transaction in foreign
currency. Only cash tender is allowed after pressing a CURR CONV
key. Change is calculated and issued in home currency.
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Key
Description
CURSOR CONTROL KEYS
(↑↓←→)
1. On menu screens, press the up or down keys to move the cursor to
the menu item you wish to select.
2. On program screens, press the cursor control keys (up, down, left,
right) to move the cursor (highlighted field) to the field you wish
to edit.
3. On program screens, use the cursor keys to finalize your entry in
the current field and move the cursor to the next field.
4. On operation screens, press the up or down cursor keys to select a
main item that has been registered in the current transaction. The
last item entered is automatically selected.
DECIMAL (.)
Use the decimal key to enter fractional rates or percentages. Do not
use to enter amounts; the decimal is automatically inserted in the
proper position.
DONE
Press the DONE key to exit a WLU, or to execute a report after all
report options have been selected.
DRIVE THRU
DRIVE THRU is a subtotal key. Press DRIVE THRU to record the
amount of the transaction in the drive thru total on the financial
report. Tax calculation can be changed to accommodate different tax
rules for drive thru sales.
EAT-IN
EAT-IN is a subtotal key. Press EAT-IN to record the amount of the
transaction in the eat-in total on the financial report. Tax calculation
can be changed to accommodate different tax rules for eat-in sales.
Sales cannot be split between eat-in and take-out.
EMPLOYEE
The EMPLOYEE # key is used to sign on a cashier, clerk, server or
employee who is clocking in or out.
EMPLOYEE (1-10)
The EMPLOYEE (1-10) keys can be programmed to sign on a
specific employee when pressed directly, without entering a code.
ENTER
When programming or selecting from window look-ups, press
ENTER to enter data into a field with the cursor remaining in the
field.
ERR.CORR
Press ERR CORR immediately after an item to void that item.
FD STMP SHIFT
Press FD STMP SHIFT to shift the pre-programmed food stamp
status of an item prior to its registration.
FD STMP SUBTTL
Press FD STMP SUBTTL to display the total of food stamp eligible
items registered in the current transaction.
FD STMP TEND
Press the FD STMP TEND key to tender Food Stamps after the
display of the food stamp eligible subtotal. Depending upon function
key programming, change less than $1 may be applied to any cash
balance or issued as cash change.
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Key
Description
GUEST #
Use to record the number of guests served by a transaction. The entry
may be compulsory. The entry appears on receipts and the kitchen
printer/KVS.
HOLD
Use to identify an individual item, or an entire transaction so that the
designated items will not print/display at the kitchen printer/KVS at
the current finalization. Items designated as "hold" items will display
on the screen with an "H".
INACTIVE
The INACTIVE function key can be re-used as many times as
necessary to inactivate key locations.
KP ROUTING
The KP ROUTING key is used to override KP Time Period control.
For example, a restaurant might normally operate two kitchens at one
time and one kitchen at other times. In case the volume of business
changes, the manager might want to control the KP routing manually.
Also, a single item, or large order might be required to be sent to a
different printer than normal. Select STAYDOWN, TICKET POP
UP or ITEM POP up operation. To operate, enter a routing period #
(1-4) and press the key at any time inside or outside of a transaction.
KEYBOARD LEVEL 1-5
Use to select one of the five keyboard levels.
LIST CHECK 1-4
Press LIST CHECK (for the appropriate tracking file) to display a
list of all open soft checks in the file.
MACRO OFF, P, R, X, Z,
VOID
Press the MACRO OFF, P, R, X, Z, or VOID key while
programming a macro sequence to allow the macro to set the register
in the indicated control lock position (without actually turning the
control lock.)
MACRO PAUSE
Press the MACRO PAUSE key during macro programming to
indicate a pause in the macro. A macro will stop when it reaches the
pause, and then accept an operator key entry before continuing the
macro sequence.
MACRO SET
Press the MACRO SET key to create a macro at any time without
going through the P-mode macro program.
MACRO 1 - 40
Use to execute one of forty possible preprogrammed key sequences.
MACRO #
Use to execute one of the forty possible macros by entering the macro
number and pressing the MACRO # key.
MDSE RETURN
Press the MDSE RETURN key to adjust items inside or outside of a
transaction.
MISC TEND 1-16
Press a MISC TEND key to finalize or tender sales paid by various
charges or other media. Tendering may or may not be allowed
depending upon function key programming.
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Keyboard • 5
Key
Description
MISC TEND #
Access any of the 16 possible miscellaneous tender functions by
entering the tender number (1-16) and pressing the MISC TEND #
key.
MODIFIER 1-10
Preceding a PLU entry, a modifier key changes a digit of the PLU
number, causing a different PLU to be registered. Modifier keys can
be set to change any of the 14 PLU digit positions to any specified
digit (0-9).
NEXT RECORD
Use the NEXT RECORD key when programming areas with
multiple records, i.e. PLUs, PLU Status Groups, Groups, Function
Keys, WLUs, or Employees. Press the NEXT RECORD key from
any field on the program screen and the next sequential record will
display with the cursor in the same field position.
NOT FOUND PLU
Designed to be used in a scanning system, the NOT FOUND PLU
key allows the operator to immediately enter basic PLU information
for an item that is not in the PLU file. If the "Not Found PLU"
message displays when a PLU is entered (or when an item is scanned)
the operator can press the NOT FOUND PLU key and will be
prompted to enter PLU price, descriptor and linking information. The
item is registered immediately.
#/NO SALE
Use to enter a non-adding memo number during a transaction (#
function) or use to open the cash drawer outside of a sale (no sale
function).
P/BAL
Enter an amount, and then press the Manual Previous Balance
(P/BAL) key to use the simplest form of Charge Posting/Table
Service. The P/BAL key may be used any time within a transaction.
Transactions where the P/BAL key is used must be finalized with one
of the STORE CHECK keys.
PAGE DOWN
PAGE UP
When a transaction, menu or program contains more information than
can be displayed on the screen at one time, press the PAGE UP or
PAGE DN keys to shift your view of the information up or down.
Note that the scroll indicators (u,t, v) tell you whether there is
more information above, below, or above and below your current
view.
PAID OUT 1-5
Press a PAID OUT key to remove cash, check or miscellaneous
media from the drawer.
PAID RECALL
The PAID RECALL key is used to recall last x number of
transactions, starting with the last transaction finalized. (X is
determined in memory allocation.) Once recalled, a transaction could
be reviewed (using the cursor keys or PAGE UP/PAGE DN) and/or
corrected as necessary. To exit the paid order view, press DONE.
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Key
Description
PARK ORDER
Used in conjunction with a kitchen video system and the SERVE
ORDER function key. Enter a number and press PARK ORDER to
park or "suspend" an order on the video monitor until the order is
completely filled. In the case of a drive through order that cannot be
completed when the customer arrives at the pick-up window, the
operator would park the order until it was completely filled. The
order would then be served or bumped by using the SERVE ORDER
key.
%1 - %10
Ten discount keys (%1 - %10) are available to handle various kinds
of discounts, markdowns and adjustments to items or transactions.
PLU
Enter the PLU code number and press PLU to register a PLU.
PREV. RECORD
Use the PREV. RECORD key when programming areas with
multiple records, i.e. PLUs, PLU Status Groups, Groups, Function
Keys, WLUs, or Employees. Press the PREV. RECORD field from
any field on the program screen and the previous sequential record
will display with the cursor in the same field position.
PRICE INQ
Press the PRICE INQ to display the PLU price without actually
registering the PLU.
PRICE LVL 1-20
Press a LEVEL key prior to a PLU entry to shift the price of a PLU
to a different price set in PLU programming.
PRINT
Press the PRINT function to send items that require special
preparation to the kitchen printer (or KVS) before the sale is
finalized. An item can be programmed as an auto grill item, requiring
the PRINT key to be pressed every time the menu item is sold. This
function does not affect normal kitchen printer/KVS routing.
PRINT CHECK
Prints the soft guest check (tracking file) that is currently displayed.
The PRINT CHECK key may be programmed to store (service) the
check automatically.
PRINT HOLD
Use 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 finalization.
PROMO
Press the PROMO key to void the price (the item remains) of an
item. Can be used for 2 for 1 promotions. A PROMO count is
available for each menu item.
PRINT SCREEN
Press PRINT SCREEN to print a copy of the current screen on the
designated receipt printer.
QUIT
Press QUIT to automatically sign off the current cashier/clerk.
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Keyboard • 7
Key
Description
RECEIPT ON/OFF
Press RECEIPT ON/OFF to toggle the receipt function from on to
off. You must first have a receipt printer connected, identified to the
register, and the print receipt automatically option (see General
Printing Options) turned on.
RECALL 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 separated to maintain, for example: restaurant
checks, call-in orders, delivery orders, and/or table balances. Press
one of the four RECALL CHECK # keys directly to begin a tracking
transaction, or enter the tracking number and press the RECALL
CHECK # key to access the existing tracking balance.
RECD ACCT 1-5
Press a RECD ACCT key to add cash, check or miscellaneous media
to the drawer.
RECEIPT
Press the RECEIPT key to issue a transaction receipt at the
designated receipt printer.
REPEAT
Press the REPEAT key to quickly re-order a set of items. When a
check is recalled, simply press the REPEAT key to automatically
register all of the items registered at the previous posting.
SCALE
Press the SCALE key to automatically display the weight from a
scale connected to the register, or to manually enter a weight for
extension.
SEAT #
Use to identify a specific seat (or person) within a transaction.
Facilitates separate payment by seat, and identifies to the food
preparation staff (through the kitchen printer/KVS) how to assemble
meals. Seat numbers may be assigned at the time of entry or, if
necessary, later in the transaction.
SERVE ORDER
Used in conjunction with a kitchen video system and the PARK
ORDER function key. Enter a number and press SERVE ORDER
to serve or bump the order from a video monitor. No video keypad is
needed for this function.
SPLIT CHECK
Function key not in use with current feature set.
SPLIT PAY
Press the SPLIT PAY key to divide the amount of a guest check into
equal segments for payment by more than one person.
STOCK INQ
Press the STOCK INQ key, and then enter (or scan) an item to view
the stock status of the item. (The item must be a stock item to use this
function.)
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Key
Description
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 separated to maintain, for example, restaurant
checks, call-in orders, delivery orders, and/or table balances. Press
one of the four STORE CHECK # keys to finalize a tracking
transaction. (This function is equivalent to the SERVICE function.)
SUBTOTAL
Press SUBTOTAL to display the message “SUBOTAL” on the
display. Although a running total is always displayed on the bottom
of the screen, the SUBTOTAL key may be required before some
functions, such as subtotal discount.
TABLE # (1-4)
Use to enter the table number of the check. If a table number is
entered, the TABLE # key can also be used to recall the check.
TAKE-OUT
TAKE-OUT is a subtotal key. Press TAKE-OUT to record the
amount of the transaction in the take-out total on the financial report.
Tax calculation can be changed to accommodate different tax rules
for take-out sales. Sales cannot be split between eat-in and take-out.
TAX EXEMPT
The TAX EXEMPT can be preprogrammed to exempt specific taxes
from a sale.
TAX SHIFT 1-6
Use to shift the preprogrammed tax status of an item. Press before an
item entry to make taxable.
TIME IN/OUT
Press the TIME IN/OUT key to record start and stop work times for
the registered employee. Hours worked are maintained by the time
clock system.
TIP (1-3)
Use to enter a tip amount on a check.
TIP DECLARE
Use to declare employee tips if you are not using the employee time
keeping feature. (If you are using employee time keeping, you are
prompted to declare tips when clocking out.)
TRANSFER CHECK (1-4)
Use to transfer one or all open soft checks form one server to another
server. A transfer check receipt will print.
TRAY SUBTL
Press the TRAY SUBTL key to finalize a transaction that will be
paid later with subsequent transactions. See "ADD CHECK" on page
3 to add multiple soft checks for payment.
VALID
Press VALID to initiate a single line validation. (A printer with
validation capability must be connected to the system and
programmed appropriately.)
VOID ITEM
Press the VOID ITEM key to remove an item from a transaction.
Locate the cursor on the item you wish to remove and press the
VOID ITEM key.
WASTE
Used to start and end entries of items that are wasted. A waste count
is maintained for each item and inventory is adjusted.
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Keyboard • 9
Key
Description
WLU
Use to access a WLU by entering the numeric WLU number and
pressing the WLU key.
X/TIME
Use the X/TIME key to multiply, to register split price items, or
display the time in the REG mode.
Y/N
When programming, press Y/N to toggle a selection from yes to no or
no to yes.
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Display
Display Adjustments
Sample Transaction
Items are displayed in the order
they are registered. The last
item is highlighted. (The
highlighted item may also be
referred to as the cursor.)
When active, the message
window displays in the center of
the screen.
If activated, the order number
displays here.
1
1
PLU #12
PLU #12
12.00
12.00
ENTER EMPLOYEE CODE
[0101]ROn
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TAXES 0.00
CASH 24.00
The current keyboard level and
price level are indicated here.
Receipt on/off status indicator.
The indicator can be remved in
general function options.
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When the transaction is
finalized, the taxes and
transaction total are displayed.
Display • 11
Cursor Control (↑ ↓ ← →)
The Cursor Control (↑ ↓ ← →) 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 CURSOR UP (↑) or CURSOR 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.
1
1
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2. Press the ↑ key.
1
1
L1P01
12 • Display
HOT DOG
CATSUP
MED COKE
TAXES
$1.69
$1.00
0.00
TOTAL
HOT DOG
CATSUP
MED COKE
TAXES
4.38
$1.69
$1.00
0.00
TOTAL
4.38
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Page Up and Page Down
Use the PAGE UP and PAGE DN keys to view information that will not display
completely on the screen. For example:
1. The display is
shown with the
maximum of 14
items displayed.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
#1
#2
#3
#4
#5
#6
#7
#8
#9
#10
#11
#12
#13
#14
L1 P01
2. When the fifteenth
item is registered,
the view shifts to
the most current
items and the scroll
indicator shows that
more items are
located above those
displayed.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
TAXES
Scroll Indicators:
t indicates more items above.
u indicates more items below.
v indicated more items above & below.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
u L1 P01
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0.00
TOTAL
#2
#3
#4
#5
#6
#7
#8
#9
#10
#11
#12
#13
#14
#15
t L1 P01
3. Press PAGE UP.
Items above the
previous view are
now displayed.
$1.00
$2.00
$3.00
$4.00
$5.00
$6.00
$7.00
$8.00
$9.00
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
$13.00
$14.00
105.00
$2.00
$3.00
$4.00
$5.00
$6.00
$7.00
$8.00
$9.00
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
$13.00
$14.00
$15.00
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
#1
#2
#3
#4
#5
#6
#7
#8
#9
#10
#11
#12
#13
#14
120.00
$1.00
$2.00
$3.00
$4.00
$5.00
$6.00
$7.00
$8.00
$9.00
$10.00
$11.00
$12.00
$13.00
$14.00
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
120.00
Display • 13
Display Messages
AGE RESTRICTION
The item cannot be registered due to age verification.
AMOUNT REQUIRED
This operation requires an amount entry.
AVAILABLE ONLY IN
CHECK
A guest check must be opened for this operation.
BAD VALUE
The number entered is wrong.
BUFFER EMPTY
No information in the buffer.
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.
In a soft check environment, this message will appear when the
check has reached capacity (maximum lines stored). The register
will maintain the correct balance, but does not print additional items
and will give the BUFFER FULL error after each additional item.
BUSY
Destination register is busy (pre poll memory is in use). Requires a
clear command from the PC 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 LIMIT
EXCEEDED
The programmed Cash-In-Drawer limit has been exceeded.
CHECK KEY POSITION
The key lock is in the wrong position.
CHECK TRACKING ERROR
The register is not able to communicate with the check track master
register, or the register is not set in system options.
CHECK# IS 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 require a check number entry
to begin a guest check transaction. An existing guest check must be
recalled, or a new one started.
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.
DUPLICATE!
This check already exists. May also apply to secret code
programming.
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EAT-IN? TAKE-OUT? or
DRIVE-THRU?
This operation requires a depression of either the EAT-IN, TAKEOUT, or DRIVE-THRU keys.
EMPLOYEE SHOULD BE
DIFFERENT
You cannot transfer a check from same employee to same
employee.
ENTER EMPLOYEE CODE
Employee is required to sign on.
ENTER EMPLOYEE
Enter the employee (not sign on code).
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.
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.
GALLON AMOUNT
REQUIRED
This entry involves a gallonage PLU, and requires an amount entry.
HALO OVER!
The amount entered exceeds the programmed HALO.
ILLEGAL KEY SEQUENCE
The operator has used an illegal key sequence.
IN USE!
This guest check number is already open elsewhere in the system.
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.
JOB CODE REQUIRED
For time in/out and time edits.
JOB CODE CHANGE NOT
ALLOWED
Employee is not authorized.
KITCHEN PRINTER
FAILURE
The kitchen printer has failed to respond. Printing has been rerouted to the designated back-up printer.
MANAGER OVERRIDE
REQUIRED
The key lock has to be moved to the X-Mode position in order to
override a HALO amount, or other restriction.
MANAGER REQUIRED
This operation requires the key to be turned to the X position.
MEMORY FULL
Memory is full.
MEMORY NOT
ALLOCATED
Memory has not been allocated for this function, i.e., groups by
employee.
MCR REQUIRED
Magnetic card reader required for this operation.
MISC TEND REQUIRED
Check to determine if the TIP key is programmed to require
finalization with a Misc. Tender key.
MODE ERROR
Key turned during a transaction.
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Display • 15
MULTIPLICATION LIMIT
EXCEEDED
The maximum digits for multiplication (set in general function
options) has been exceeded.
NEGATIVE
This sale has gone negative. Negative sales are not allowed.
NO CHECK #
Can not find this guest check number.
NO DATA
PLU can not be found (does not appear in Register Mode).
NO DRAWER!
The employee currently signed on is not assigned to a drawer, and is
not allowed to perform cash sales, or drawer is no longer attached
and is required in order to continue.
NO FOOD STAMP AMOUNT
The food stamp subtotal must be displayed before food stamps can
be tendered.
NO FUNCTION KEY
The selected key (when promped to select a function key) is not a
function key.
NO MANUAL ENTRY
Manual entry is not allowed (scale function).
NO PAPER
Slip printer is out of paper.
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.
NO PROGRAMMABLE KEY
There is no programming on the key.
NONADD# REQUIRED
This operation requires the entry of a Non-Add number.
NOT DISCOUNTABLE
The preceding entry is not discountable.
NOT PROGRAMMED!
This key has not been programmed.
NOT READY!
Remote printer is not ready.
NOT ZERO
Displayed when trying to delete a PLU which still has sales counts
and amounts. PLU must first be reset in Z Mode.
OFF LINE!
IRC communications have gone off line.
OPEN DRAWER
The register has been programmed not to operate with the cash
drawer open.
OVERRIDE NOT ALLOWED
X-Mode override is not allowed.
OVER WEIGHT
The weight on the scale exceeds the capacity of the scale.
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.
PRICE LEVEL MISMATCH
PLU does not have the selected price level programmed.
PRINTER OFF LINE
A printer is turned off.
RANGE OVER
The number entered is out of range.
REMOVE PAPER
Validation is complete and the form must now be removed.
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SIGN OFF REQUIRED
Operation requires the employee to sign off.
SCALE FAIL!
The register is not able to find the scale.
SCALE MOTION
Scale error; the weight is not stable on the scale.
SCALE REQUIRED!
This item requires a quantity entry (weight) via the SCALE key.
Weight may be entered either manually or automatically.
SEQUENCE ERROR!
The preceding key sequence is not allowed.
SINGLE ITEM!
This PLU has been programmed as a single item PLU and can not
be used within a sale.
SUBTOTAL REQUIRED
The SUBTOTAL key must be depressed before continuing.
SYSTEM ERROR
The operation requires a change in S-Mode system options.
TABLE# IN USE
Operator has entered a dublicate table # when one check per table is
programmed.
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.
VALIDATION REQUIRED!
This operation requires validation.
VOID PROMO FIRST
The operator is not allowed to void sold item before the promo'd
item.
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
clerk who started the guest check. Also appears when attempting to
sign on a new employee without first signing the current employee
off.
WRONG SEQUENCE
String of bad commands.
ZERO AMOUNT
The register has been programmed to not allow negative sales, and
to consider a zero amount as a negative sale.
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Display • 17
Operation Sequences
Control Lock
♦ Turn the control lock to the REG position to operate the register.
OFF
VOID
VOID
Use to void (correct) items outside of a sale.
OFF
The register is inoperable.
REG
(Register) use for normal registrations.
X
Use to read register reports and perform other
manager functions.
Z
Use to read register reports and reset totals to zero.
PGM
(Program) Use to program the register.
S MODE
Use for tests and special settings. This position is
not marked on the control lock.
REG
X
Z
PGM
S MODE
The SPS 1000 includes two sets of keys that can be used to access the following
control lock positions.
Key
Positions Accessible
VOID
VOID, OFF, REG , X
OFF, REG, X
OFF, REG, X, Z
VOID, OFF, REG, X, Z, PGM
ALL POSITIONS
X
Z
PGM
C
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Operation Sequences • 19
Employee Sign-On/Sign-Off
Program Notes for Clerk Operation
•
Choose between "Push Button", "Secret Code", "Employee Number", 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.)
•
If you choose "Secret Code" sign on, use the EMPLOYEE key to sign on
by code entry. (See "Keyboard Key Location" in the Program Manual to
locate the appropriate function.) You must also program an operating
code for each employee. (See "Employee Programming" in the Program
Manual.)
•
If you choose "Employee Number" sign on, use the EMPLOYEE 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.)
20 • Operation Sequences
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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) control
lock position and is
in a signed off
condition.
ENTER EMPLOYEE CODE
L1P01
2. Press the
EMPLOYEE (1-10)
key to sign on. The
employee name
displays. This
employee remains
signed on until sign
off.
ANNIE W
L1P01
3. Press the
EMPLOYEE (1-10)
or QUIT key to sign
off. You cannot
sign off inside of a
transaction.
ENTER EMPLOYEE CODE
L1P01
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Operation Sequences • 21
Push Button Entry Method - Pop-Up
1. The message
“ENTER
EMPLOYEE
CODE” displays
when the register is
in the REG
(register) control
lock position and is
in a signed off
condition.
ENTER EMPLOYEE CODE
L1P01
2. Press the
EMPLOYEE (1-10)
key to sign on. The
employee name
displays. This
employee remains
signed on until the
following
transaction is
complete.
ANNIE W
L1P01
3. Enter the
transaction. When
the transaction is
finalized, the
"ENTER
EMPLOYEE
CODE" message
automatically
displays, prompting
the entry for the
next transaction.
1
1
$12.00
$12.00
ENTER EMPLOYEE CODE
L1P01
22 • Operation Sequences
PLU #12
PLU #12
TAXES 0.00
CASH 24.00
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Code Entry Method - Stay-Down
1. The message
“ENTER
EMPLOYEE
CODE” displays
when the register is
in the REG
(register) control
lock position and is
in a signed off
condition.
ENTER EMPLOYEE CODE
L1P01
2. Enter the employee
number, press the
EMP# key to sign
on. The employee
name displays.
This employee
remains signed on
until sign off.
ANNIE W
NOTE: The employee number does not display when
entered in a sign off condition
L1P01
3. Press the EMP#
key or QUIT to
sign off. You
cannot sign off
inside of a
transaction.
ENTER EMPLOYEE CODE
L1P01
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Operation Sequences • 23
Code Entry Method - Pop-Up
1. The message
“ENTER
EMPLOYEE
CODE” displays
when the register is
in the REG
(register) control
lock position and is
in a signed off
condition.
ENTER EMPLOYEE CODE
L1P01
2. Enter the employee
number, press the
EMP# key to sign
on. The employee
name displays.
This employee
remains signed on
until the following
transaction is
complete.
ANNIE W
NOTE: The employee number does not display when
entered in a sign off condition
L1P01
3. Enter the
transaction. When
the transaction is
finalized, the
"ENTER
EMPLOYEE
CODE" message
automatically
displays, prompting
the entry for the
next transaction.
1
1
12.00
12.00
ENTER EMPLOYEE CODE
L1P01
24 • Operation Sequences
PLU #12
PLU #12
TAXES 0.00
CASH 24.00
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Sign Off/Quit
The QUIT key or the sequence 0 EMP# will sign off the current employee.
1. Press QUIT. The
"ENTER
EMPLOYEE
CODE" message
displays. Or:
1
1
PLU #12
PLU #12
$12.00
$12.00
ENTER EMPLOYEE CODE
TAXES 0.00
CASH 24.00
L1P01
2. Enter 0 on the
numeric key pad,
press EMP#. The
"ENTER
EMPLOYEE
CODE" message
displays.
1
1
$12.00
$12.00
ENTER EMPLOYEE CODE
L1P01
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PLU #12
PLU #12
TAXES 0.00
CASH 24.00
Operation Sequences • 25
Continue
1. The "ENTER
EMPLOYEE
CODE" message is
displayed.
1
1
PLU #12
PLU #12
$12.00
$12.00
ENTER EMPLOYEE CODE
TAXES 0.00
CASH 24.00
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2. Press CONTINUE
to sign on the
previous employee
for the next
transaction.
1
1
PLU #12
PLU #12
$12.00
$12.00
ANNIE W
L1P01
26 • Operation Sequences
CASH
24.00
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Training Mode - Clock-in and Sign-on
The entire register can be locked into training mode. Turn the key to the X control
lock position and select TRAINING from the X-MODE MANAGER MENU. See "X
Mode Procedures" for more information.
******TRAINING******
1. When training
mode is active,
the
"TRAINING"
message
displays at the
top of the
operator screen.
2. Operate the
register as you
would in
register mode.
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Operation Sequences • 27
Time Clock Procedures
Clock-In Entry
1. Enter the employee
number and press
TIME IN/OUT.
TIME CLOCK - IN
#001 ANNIE W
DATE:
FRIDAY
7/10/98 TIME
19:45
|
JOB CODE: 1 MANAGER
|
SUMMARY
1 MANAGER
|
:
:
2 SERVER
|
:
:
3 HEAD SERVER
|
:
:
4 CASHIER
|
:
:
5
|
:
:
6
|
:
:
|
:
:
|
:
:
|
:
:
|
:
:
L1P01
ESC ENTER
TIME CLOCK - IN
2. Select the job code
#001 ANNIE W
DATE: FRIDAY
7/10/98 TIME
19:45
by entering the digit
|
corresponding to
JOB CODE: 1 MANAGER
|
SUMMARY
the job code and
1 MANAGER
| 19:45 :
2 SERVER
|
:
:
pressing ENTER,
3 HEAD SERVER
|
:
:
or just press
4 CASHIER
|
:
:
ENTER to select
5
|
:
:
the default job code.
6
|
:
:
3. Press TIME
IN/OUT to
complete the
procedure.
28 • Operation Sequences
|
|
|
|
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:
:
:
:
ESC TIME
:
:
:
:
IN/OUT
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Clock Out for Break
1. Enter the employee
number and press
TIME IN/OUT.
TIME CLOCK - OUT
#001 EMPLOYEE1
DATE:
FRI
7/10/1998 TIME
JOB CODE: 1 MANAGER
1: OUT FOR BREAK
2: OUT
CLOCK OUT:1
L1P01
2. Type 1 (out for
break) and press
ENTER.
3. Press TIME
IN/OUT to
complete the
procedure.
1: OUT FOR BREAK
2: OUT
CLOCK OUT:1
L1P01
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|
SUMMARY
| 19:45 :
|
:
:
|
:
:
|
:
:
|
:
:
|
:
:
|
:
:
|
:
:
|
:
:
|
:
:
ESC ENTER
TIME CLOCK - OUT
#001 EMPLOYEE1
DATE:
FRI
7/10/1998 TIME
JOB CODE: 1 MANAGER
20:45
20:45
|
SUMMARY
| 19:45 - 20:45
|
:
:
|
:
:
|
:
:
|
:
:
|
:
:
|
:
:
|
:
:
|
:
:
|
:
:
ESC TIME IN/OUT
Operation Sequences • 29
Clock In From Break
1. Enter the employee
number and press
TIME IN/OUT.
TIME CLOCK - IN
#001 ANNIE W
DATE:
FRIDAY
7/10/98 TIME
20:55
|
JOB CODE: 1 MANAGER
|
SUMMARY
1 MANAGER
| 19:45 - 20:45
2 SERVER
|
:
:
3 HEAD SERVER
|
:
:
4 CASHIER
|
:
:
5
|
:
:
6
|
:
:
|
:
:
|
:
:
|
:
:
|
:
:
L1P01
ESC ENTER
TIME CLOCK - IN
2. Select the job code
#001 ANNIE W
DATE: FRIDAY
7/10/98 TIME
19:45
by entering the digit
|
corresponding to
JOB CODE: 1 MANAGER
|
SUMMARY
the job code and
1 MANAGER
| 19:45 - 20:45
2 SERVER
| 20:55 :
pressing ENTER,
3 HEAD SERVER
|
:
:
or just press
4 CASHIER
|
:
:
ENTER to select
5
|
:
:
the default job code.
6
|
:
:
3. Press TIME
IN/OUT to
complete the
procedure.
30 • Operation Sequences
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L1P01
:
:
:
:
ESC TIME
:
:
:
:
IN/OUT
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Clock Out for the Day
1. Enter the employee
number and press
TIME IN/OUT.
2. Enter 2 (out) and
press ENTER.
3. Press TIME
IN/OUT to
complete the
procedure.
TIME CLOCK - IN
#001 ANNIE W
DATE:
FRIDAY
7/10/98 TIME
22:30
|
JOB CODE: 1 MANAGER
|
SUMMARY
1 MANAGER
| 19:45 - 20:45
2 SERVER
| 20:55 :
3 HEAD SERVER
|
:
:
4 CASHIER
|
:
:
5
|
:
:
6
|
:
:
|
:
:
|
:
:
|
:
:
|
:
:
L1P01
ESC ENTER
TIME CLOCK - OUT
#001 EMPLOYEE1
DATE:
FRI
7/10/1998 TIME
JOB CODE: 1 MANAGER
1: OUT FOR BREAK
2: OUT
CLOCK OUT:2
L1P01
4. The DECLARE
CASH TIPS
window displays.
|
SUMMARY
| 19:45 - 20:45
| 20:55 - 22:30
|
:
:
|
:
:
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:
:
|
:
:
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:
:
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:
:
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:
:
|
:
:
ESC TIME IN/OUT
TIME CLOCK - OUT
#001 ANNIE W
DATE:
FRIDAY
7/10/98
|
TIME
22:30
JOB CODE: 1 MANAGER
|
|
SUMMARY
1 : O U T FDOERC LBARREEA KC A S H| T1I9P:S4 5 - 2 0 : 4 5
2: OUT
0 .|0 02 0 : 5 5 - 2 2 : 3 0
|
:
:
|
:
:
L1P01
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20:45
ENTER ESC
Operation Sequences • 31
5. Enter a tip
declaration amount
and press ENTER,
or press ENTER to
exit the window.
TIME CLOCK - OUT
#001 ANNIE W
DATE:
FRIDAY
7/10/98
|
TIME
22:30
JOB CODE: 1 MANAGER
|
|
SUMMARY
1 : O U T FDOERC LBARREEA KC A S H| T1I9P:S4 5 - 2 0 : 4 5
2: OUT
1 1 . 2|5 2 0 : 5 5 - 2 2 : 3 0
|
:
:
|
:
:
L1P01
32 • Operation Sequences
ENTER ESC
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Outside of Sale Functions
Time Display
1. Press X/TIME to
display the time and
register
information.
DATE:
WED
TIME:
08:51:55 AM
OPERATOR:
2. Press X/TIME,
CLEAR, DONE,
or turn the key lock
to clear the display.
REG:
04/26/2000
EMPLOYEE1
01
SAMSUNG
VER2.82
SPS-1000
APR.25 2000
L1
Selecting Keyboard Levels
Levels may be set by:
•
Function Key
•
X-Mode Menu Selection (see “X-Mode Procedures”)
•
Time Control (see the “Samsung SPS 1000 Program Manual”)
Function key selection is shown here.
1. Press
KEYB LVL# 1.
L1P01
2. Press
KEYB LVL# 2.
L2P01
3. Press
KEYB LVL# 5.
L5P01
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Operation Sequences • 33
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 LVL# 1.
L1P01
2. Press
PRICE LVL# 2.
L1P02
3. Press
PRICE LVL# 5.
L1P05
No Sale
1. Press
NO SALE.
34 • Operation Sequences
L1P01 NO SALE
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Received on Account (Loan)
1. Press the
appropriate
received on account
key, i.e. R/A #1.
RECD ACCT1
0.00
0.00 CASH
0.00 CHECK
0.00 MISC TEND#
0.00 TOTAL
L1P01
2. Enter the amount of
cash received; press
CASH.
CASH CHECK MISC TEND# DONE
RECD ACCT1
10.00 CASH
20.00 CHECK
0.00 MISC TEND#
3. Enter the amount of
check or checks
received; press
CHECK.
30.00 TOTAL
L1P01
4. Enter the amount of
charge or other
media, press the
appropriate
miscellaneous
tender key, i.e.
MISC TND1.
CASH CHECK MISC TEND# DONE
RECD ACCT1
10.00
10.00 CASH
20.00 CHECK
30.00 MISC TEND#
60.00 TOTAL
L1P01
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10.00
CASH CHECK MISC TEND# DONE
Operation Sequences • 35
5. Press DONE to
finalize and total
the amounts
received.
RECD ACCT1
0.00
10.00 CASH
20.00 CHECK
30.00 MISC TEND#
60.00 TOTAL
L1P01
36 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
0.00
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Paid Out (Pick Up)
1. Press the
appropriate paid out
key,
i.e. P/O #1.
PAID OUT1
0.00
0.00 CASH
0.00 CHECK
0.00 MISC TEND#
0.00 TOTAL
L1P01
2. Enter the amount of
cash paid out; press
CASH.
3. Enter the amount of
check or checks
paid out; press
CHECK.
PAID OUT1
-30.00 TOTAL
CASH CHECK MISC TEND# DONE
PAID OUT1
10.00
-10.00 CASH
-20.00 CHECK
-30.00 MISC TEND#
-60.00 TOTAL
L1P01
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10.00
-10.00 CASH
-20.00 CHECK
0.00 MISC TEND#
L1P01
4. Enter the amount of
charge or other
media and press the
appropriate
miscellaneous
tender key, i.e.
MISC TND1.
CASH CHECK MISC TEND# DONE
CASH CHECK MISC TEND# DONE
Operation Sequences • 37
5. Press DONE to
finalize and total
the amounts paid
out.
PAID OUT1
0.00
-10.00 CASH
-20.00 CHECK
-30.00 MISC TEND#
-60.00 TOTAL
L1P01
38 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
0.00
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Item Registrations
Open PLU/Item Entries
Keyboard PLU
NOTE: To prevent
operator confusion,
TAXES and TOTAL
information does not
appear until the first
item is registered.
Press CLEAR to clear
the display of any
previous transaction
information.
L1P01
1. Enter the amount of
the item.
L1P01
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123
Operation Sequences • 39
2. Press PLU #1.
1
PLU #1
L1P01
$1.23
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
1.23
Repeat
1. Enter the amount of
the item.
2
PLU #1
$2.46
2. Press PLU #1.
3. Press PLU #1 again
to register the
second item.
L1P01
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
2.46
Multiplication
1. Enter the quantity.
3
PLU #1
$3.69
2. Press X/TIME.
3. Enter the amount of
the item.
4. Press PLU #1.
L1P01
40 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
3.69
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Code Entry PLU
1. Enter the PLU code
number.
1
PLU #10
$1.23
2. Press PLU. The
AMOUNT
REQUIRED
prompt displays.
3. Enter the amount of
the item.
4. Press PLU.
L1P01
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
1.23
Preset PLU/Item Entries
Keyboard PLU
1. Press PLU #2.
1
L1P01
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PLU #2
$2.00
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
2.00
Operation Sequences • 41
Code Entry PLU
1. Enter the PLU code
number.
1
PLU #11
$11.00
2. Press PLU.
L1P01
42 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
11.00
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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
specific WLU,
•
By entering the number of the WLU you wish to display and pressing the
WLU# key, 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
items in the WLU, an arrow “u” displays in the bottom left corner of the WLU
window. Press the PAGE DN 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 “v” indicator will
display if there are items both above and below the current view; the “t” indicator
will display if you are at the bottom of the list and there are items only above the
current view.)
Selecting Items from WLUs
You can select an item from a WLU in one of several ways:
•
Type the number of the WLU and press ENTER.
•
Press the ↑ or ↓ keys to select an item and press ENTER:
•
With the appropriate option flag set, you can select an item from a WLU by
simply typing the number of the WLU item. If there are more than nine selections
on the menu, you must enter single digit selections with a preceding zero, i.e.
enter 01 to select item #1. You cannot use this method if function keys are
allowed on the WLU. (See “General Function Option #41” in the “Samsung SPS
1000 Program Manual” to allow this method.)
•
If a WLU can be displayed by pressing a WLU key on the keyboard, you can
select an item from that WLU without first displaying the WLU window. Type
the number of the item you wish to register, then press the appropriate WLU key
and the item will be immediately registered.
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Operation Sequences • 43
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.
Programs Notes for Setting up WLUs
•
Check your memory allocation settings (see “S-Mode ProgrammingMemory 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 is also set in memory allocation. The
default is 28 items: the maximum is 50 items.
•
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.)
44 • Operation Sequences
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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.
1
HOT DOG
L1P01
2. If there are more
than 10 items on the
WLU, press PAGE
DN to display the
next group of items.
1
L1P01
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CONDIMENTS 1.69
CATSUP
MUSTARD
NION
PICKLE
RELISH
MAYO
BUTTER
GARLIC
HOT SAUCE
MILD SAUCE
u → ↑ ↓ ENT DONE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
TAXES
HOT DOG
0.00
TOTAL
1.69
CONDIMENTS 1.69
11 TOMAT0
12 LETTUCE
13 CHEESE SAUCE
t → ↑ ↓ ENT DONE
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
1.69
Operation Sequences • 45
3. Press PAGE UP to
return to a view of
previous items in
the WLU.
1
HOT DOG
L1P01
4. Press → to change
the view of the
WLU from PLU
descriptors to PLU
numbers.
1
C O1N.D6I9M E N T S
1
CATSUP
2
MUSTARD
3
ONION
4
PICKLE
5
RELISH
6
MAYO
7
BUTTER
8
GARLIC
9
HOT SAUCE
10 MILD SAUCE
u → ↑ ↓ ENT DONE
TAXES
HOT DOG
46 • Operation Sequences
TOTAL
1.69
1.69
CONDIMENTS
1
P#00000000000136
2
P#00000000000138
3
P#00000000000140
4
P#00000000000141
5
P#00000000000142
6
P#00000000000143
7
P#00000000000144
8
P#00000000000145
9
P#00000000000146
10 P#00000000000147
u ← ↑ ↓ ENT DONE
5. Press ← to return
the WLU view to
PLU descriptors.
L1P01
0.00
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
1.69
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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 close automatically after one item is selected. PLU #7 is
set to activate the WLU.
1. Press PLU #7. The
WLU displays with
the first condiment
item highlighted.
1
HOT DOG
L1P01
2. Press the ↓ key to
move the cursor to
the second item on
the WLU.
1
TAXES
HOT DOG
0.00
TOTAL
1.69
CONDIMENTS 1.69
CATSUP
MUSTARD
ONION
PICKLE
RELISH
MAYO
BUTTER
GARLIC
HOT SAUCE
MILD SAUCE
u → ↑ ↓ ENT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
L1P01
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CONDIMENTS 1.69
CATSUP
MUSTARD
ONION
PICKLE
RELISH
MAYO
BUTTER
GARLIC
HOT SAUCE
MILD SAUCE
u → ↑ ↓ ENT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
1.69
Operation Sequences • 47
3. Press ENTER to
register the item.
The WLU
automatically
closes.
1
L1P01
48 • Operation Sequences
HOT DOG
MUSTARD
TAXES
$1.69
0.00
TOTAL
1.69
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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 close automatically after one item is selected. PLU #7 is
set to activate the WLU.
1. Press PLU #7. The
WLU displays with
the first condiment
item highlighted.
1
CONDIMENTS 1.69
CATSUP
MUSTARD
ONION
PICKLE
RELISH
MAYO
BUTTER
GARLIC
HOT SAUCE
MILD SAUCE
u → ↑ ↓ ENT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
L1P01
2. Type 2 (to select
mustard).
HOT DOG
1
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
HOT DOG
MUSTARD
1.69
$1.69
3. Press ENTER. The
WLU automatically
closes.
L1P01
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TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
1.69
Operation Sequences • 49
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 allow multiple items selection and 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.
1
HOT DOG
L1P01
2. Type 3.
CONDIMENTS 1.69
CATSUP
MUSTARD
ONION
PICKLE
RELISH
MAYO
BUTTER
GARLIC
HOT SAUCE
MILD SAUCE
u → ↑ ↓ ENT DONE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
TAXES
HOT DOG
ONION
50 • Operation Sequences
TOTAL
1.69
CONDIMENTS 1.69
CATSUP
MUSTARD
ONION
PICKLE
RELISH
MAYO
BUTTER
GARLIC
HOT SAUCE
MILD SAUCE
u → ↑ ↓ ENT DONE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
3. Press ENTER.
(The WLU remains
open.)
L1P01
0.00
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
1.69
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4. Type 6.
1
5. Press ENTER.
(The WLU remains
open.)
HOT DOG
ONION
MAYO
L1P01
6. Press DONE to
close the WLU.
1
L1P01
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CONDIMENTS 1.69
CATSUP
MUSTARD
ONION
PICKLE
RELISH
MAYO
BUTTER
GARLIC
HOT SAUCE
MILD SAUCE
u → ↑ ↓ ENT DONE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
HOT DOG
ONION
MAYO
1.69
$1.69
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
1.69
Operation Sequences • 51
Entering an Item from a WLU Without Opening the WLU Window
In this example item #10 from WLU #8 is registered without opening the WLU
window.
1. Enter an item that is
not linked to a
WLU.
1
ROAST BEEF
MILD SAUCE
1.69
2. Type 10, press
WLU#8 (or type 8
and press the WLU
key.)
L1P01
52 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
1.69
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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 eight item
choices and item multiplication is set to Y(es). PLU #8 is set to activate the WLU.
Note: Functions cannot be allowed on a WLU to enable this function.
(Functions must equal N.)
1. Press PLU #8. The
WLU displays with
the first condiment
item highlighted.
The Input Qty
message displays.
1
8 PC CHICKN
1
2
3
CHICKEN
ORIGINAL
CRISPY
BBQ
→ ↑ ↓ ENT
1.69
INPUT QTY
2. Press the ↑ or ↓
keys to move the
cursor to the
condiment you wish
to select.
L1P01
3. Enter 2.
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
1.69
CHICKEN
ORIGINAL
CRISPY
BBQ
→ ↑ ↓ ENT
1.69
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.)
1
1
2
3
INPUT QTY
L1P01
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8 PC CHICKN
2 ORIGINAL
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
1.69
Operation Sequences • 53
6. Enter 6.
1
7. Press X/TIME.
8 PC CHICKN
2 ORIGINAL
6 BBQ
$1.69
8. Enter 3.
9. Press ENTER.
(The Input Qty
prompt and WLU
window clear
because the total
quantity required of
eight has been
fulfilled.)
54 • Operation Sequences
L1P01
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
1.69
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Multiple WLUs
A WLU maybe linked to another WLU, so that when the first WLU is completed, the
second is 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.
1
PRIME RIB
1
2
3
9.69
POTATO
BAKED
FRENCH FRIES
HASH BROWNS
→ ↑ ↓ ENT
2. Press the ↑ or ↓
keys to move the
cursor to an item
and press ENTER.
L1P01
3. The potato WLU is
closed and the
soup/salad WLU is
opened.
1
TAXES
PRIME RIB
BAKED
0.00
1
2
3
TOTAL
9.69
SOUP/SALAD 9.69
SOUP
SALAD
JUICE
→ ↑ ↓ ENT
4. Type 2 and press
ENTER to select
salad.
L1P01
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TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
9.69
Operation Sequences • 55
5. The soup/salad
WLU is closed and
the dressing WLU
is opened.
1
PRIME RIB
BAKED
SALAD
1
2
3
DRESSING
FRENCH
ITALIAN
BLUE CHEESE
→ ↑ ↓ ENT
9.69
6. Select a dressing to
complete the
sequence.
L1P01
7. The dressing WLU
is closed.
1
L1P01
56 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
PRIME RIB
BAKED
SALAD
FRENCH
TAXES
9.69
9.69
0.00
TOTAL
9.69
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PLU Registration from Window Look Up (WLU)
A WLU can serve as a menu of PLUs that are not located on the keyboard. In a
restaurant, for example, a wine or liquor item 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 DN keys can be used to view additional WLU items when the
there are more than ten PLUs in the WLU.
If the PLU on the WLU is preset, it is executed upon selection. If the PLU selected
requires an amount entry, then a prompt will display. After making the appropriate
entry, press PLU.
1. Press the PLU list
WLU.
1
1
TAXES
SHRIMP CTL
0.00
TOTAL
4.50
LIQUOR LIST4.50
BUDWEISER
MILLER
SCHMIDTS
GRAIN BELT
HAMMS
LABATTS
MOOSEHEAD
MOLSON
GLUEKS
OPEN LIQUOR
u → ↑ ↓ ENT
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
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L I Q U O R CLTILS T4 . 5 0
SEAGRAMS
V.O.
DEWARS
CUTTY SARK
JACK DANIELS
VODKA
GIN
GIBLEYS
RUM
BRANDY
u → ↑ ↓ ENT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
L1P01
2. Press PAGE DN to
view the second
page of the WLU.
SHRIMP
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
4.50
Operation Sequences • 57
3. Select a PLU
entering the
numeric digit
corresponding to
your selection, or
press the ↑ or ↓
keys to select your
choice and press
ENTER.
1
1
L1P01
SHRIMP CTL
LABATTS
TAXES
$4.50
$2.75
0.00
TOTAL
7.25
Open PLU Registration from Window Look Up (WLU)
4. If the PLU requires
an amount entry, a
prompt will display.
1
SHRIMP CTL
$4.50
AMOUNT REQUIRED
L1P01
5. Type the amount,
press PLU.
1
1
L1P01
58 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
SHRIMP CTL
OPEN LIQUOR
TAXES
4.50
$4.50
$3.25
0.00
TOTAL
7.75
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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.
1. Press PLU#1.
1
PLU #1
$1.00
2. Press the PRICE
LVL#2 key.
3. Press PLU#1.
PRICE LEVEL 2
L1P02
1
1
L1P02
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TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
PLU #1
PLU #1
1.00
$1.00
$2.00
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
2.00
Operation Sequences • 59
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.
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?
⇒ INHIBIT TARE WEIGHT ENTRY?
⇒ TARE ENTRY IN X ONLY?
⇒ TARE ENTRY IS COMPULSORY?
⇒ WEIGHT SYMBOL : Y=kg/N=lb
60 • Operation Sequences
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Direct Scale Entry
1. Place the item on
the scale.
2. Press the SCALE
key to display the
weight.
2.23 LBS
L1P01
3. Register the open or
preset PLU.
2.23 LBS @ 1.00
BANANAS
L1P01
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TAXES
$2.23
0.00 TOTAL
2.23
Operation Sequences • 61
Manual Weight Entry
Manual weights may not be entered if a scale is programmed in S-Mode port
selections.
1. Enter the weight
using the decimal
key
2. Press the SCALE
key to display the
weight.
1.59 LBS
L1P01
3. Register the open or
preset PLU.
1.59 LBS @ 1.00
APPLES
L1P01
62 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
$1.59
0.00
TOTAL
1.59
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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.
2. Press the SCALE
key to display the
weight.
1.39 LBS
L1P01
3. Register the open or
preset PLU.
1.29 LBS @ 1.00
ICE CREAM
L1P01
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TAXES
$1.29
0.00
TOTAL
2.23
Operation Sequences • 63
Manual Tare Weight Entry
1. Place the item on
the scale.
1.39 LBS
L1P01
2. Enter the tare # and
press the SCALE
key to display the
weight less the tare.
1.29 LBS NET
L1P01
3. Register the open or
preset PLU.
1.29 LBS @ 1.00
ICE CREAM
L1P01
64 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
$1.29
0.00
TOTAL
2.23
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Open Tare Weight Entry
1. Place the item on
the scale.
1.39 LBS
L1P01
2. Press 20. This will
call for tare 20,
which is an open
tare.
3. Press the SCALE
1.09 LBS NET
4. Press the decimal
[.], then the numeric
3. This will enter a
tare weight of 0.3
lb.
5. Press the SCALE
key.
6. Register the open or
preset PLU.
L1P01
1.29 LBS @ 1.00
ICE CREAM
L1P01
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TAXES
$1.09
0.00
TOTAL
2.23
Operation Sequences • 65
PRINT 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
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.
Note: The PLU Status Group flag #30 “Print on KP?” must be set to Y (yes) for
items that are to be sent to a printer via the PRINT key.
1. Press PRINT.
1
HOT DOG
$1.69
PRINT
L1P01 G
2. Enter the item and
condiments or
instructions.
1
1
0.00
TOTAL
HOT DOG
BLT
NO MAYO
L1P01 G
66 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
TAXES
1.69
$1.69
$2.00
0.00
TOTAL
3.69
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3. Press the PRINT
key again to send
the item &
instructions to the
printer identified on
the PRINT key.
1
1
L1P01
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HOT DOG
BLT
NO MAYO
TAXES
$1.69
$2.00
0.00
TOTAL
3.69
Operation Sequences • 67
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.
1
1
L1P01
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 "K-GRILL
GROUP #".
1
1
1
L1P01
68 • Operation Sequences
HOT DOG
BLT
NO MAYO
TAXES
$1.69
$2.00
0.00
TOTAL
HOT DOG
BLT
NO MAYO
COKE
TAXES
3.69
$1.69
$2.00
$0.75
0.00
TOTAL
4.44
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Promo
The PROMO key allows the operator to account for promotional items (i.e. by two,
get one free). This key will remove the cost of the item from the sale, but not the
count. In the case of by two, get one free the count remains three items, but the
customer is only charged for two.
1. Register the items
to be sold.
3
HOT DOG
L1P01
2. Press PROMO.
3
$4.50
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
HOT DOG
4.50
$4.50
PROMO
L1P01
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TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
4.50
Operation Sequences • 69
3. Register the items
to be promo'd.
3
1
L1P01
HOT DOG
PROMO
HOT DOG
$4.50
-1.50
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
3.00
Void of Promo Items
The promo item must be voided before the charged item. For example, if a hot dog
and a promo hot dog are registered, the promo hot dog must be voided before the paid
hot dog is voided. If more than one paid hot dogs are registered, the promo hot dog
must be voided before the last paid hot dog is voided.
70 • Operation Sequences
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Waste
The WASTE key allows control of inventory by accounting for items that must be
removed from stock due to spoilage, breakage, or mistakes. The WASTE key may
be under manager control, requiring the control lock to be in the X position. The
WASTE key is not allowed within a sale.
******WASTE******
1. Press WASTE.
L1P01
2. Register the wasted
items.
3
******WASTE******
HOT DOG
$4.50
L1P01
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Operation Sequences • 71
3. Press WASTE to
finalize.
3
******WASTE******
HOT DOG
L1P01
$4.50
******WASTE******
Price Inquiry
Use the PRICE INQ key to check the price of an item without registering it.
1. Press PRICE INQ.
2. Enter the PLU
number and press
the PLU key.
PRICE INQ
PLU #
PLU1
1
L1P01
3. Press the PLU key
again if you wish to
register the item.
1
L1P01
72 • Operation Sequences
PLU #1
$1.00
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
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 6%
•
PLU #15 is taxable by tax 1 and is not food stamp eligible
•
PLU #16 is taxable by tax 1 and is 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.
1
1
2. Press the
FD/S SHIFT key,
enter amount, press
PLU#15, or
PLU #15
PLU #15
T
X1
F T
S X1
$12.00
$12.00
Food Stamp
eligibility indicator
Enter amount, press
FD/S SHIFT, press
PLU#15.
L1P01
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TAXES
0.72
TOTAL
24.72
Operation Sequences • 73
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.
1
1
PLU #16
PLU #15
F T
S X1
T
$12.00
$12.00
X1
2. Press the
FD/S SHIFT key,
enter amount, press
PLU#15.
L1P01
74 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
0.72
TOTAL
24.72
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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 6%, 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,
1. Press PLU#12.
1
PLU #12
L1P01
2. Press TAX
SHIFT1.
1
T
X1
TAXES
PLU #12
T
$12.00
0.72
TOTAL
X1
24.72
$12.00
TAX SHIFT1
L1P01
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TAXES
0.72
TOTAL
24.72
Operation Sequences • 75
3. Press PLU#12.
1
1
PLU #12
PLU #12
L1P01
T
X1
TAXES
$12.00
$12.00
0.72
TOTAL
24.72
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.
1
1
PLU #11
PLU #11
T
$11.00
$11.00
X1
2. Press TAX
SHIFT1.
3. Press PLU#11.
L1P01
76 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
0.66
TOTAL
22.66
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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.
1. Press PLU#12.
1
1
PLU #12
PLU #12
T
X1
T
X1
$12.00
$12.00
2. Press PLU#12.
L1P01
3. Press SBTL.
1
1
TAXES
PLU #12
PLU #12
T
X1
T
X1
1.44
TOTAL
25.44
$12.00
$12.00
SUBTOTAL
L1P01
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TAXES
1.44
TOTAL
25.44
Operation Sequences • 77
4. Press TAX
EXEMPT.
1
1
PLU #12
PLU #12
T
X1
T
X1
$12.00
$12.00
SUBTOTAL
L1P01
5. Press CASH.
1
1
L1P01
78 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
PLU #12
PLU #12
T
T
0.00
X1
X1
TOTAL
24.00
$12.00
$12.00
TAXES 0.00
CASH 24.00
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Tax Exemption with TAX Shift Keys
1. Press PLU#12.
1
1
PLU #12
PLU #12
T
X1
T
X1
$12.00
$12.00
2. Press PLU#12.
L1P01
3. Press SBTL.
1
1
TAXES
PLU #12
PLU #12
T
X1
T
X1
1.44
TOTAL
25.44
$12.00
$12.00
SUBTOTAL
L1P01
4. Press TAX
SHIFT1.
1
1
TAXES
PLU #12
PLU #12
T
X1
T
X1
1.44
TOTAL
25.44
$12.00
$12.00
TAX SHIFT1
L1P01
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TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
24.00
Operation Sequences • 79
5. Press CASH.
1
1
L1P01
80 • Operation Sequences
PLU #12
PLU #12
T
X1
T
X1
$12.00
$12.00
TAXES 0.00
CASH 24.00
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Canadian Donut Tax Exemption
•
PLU #15 & #16 are taxable and are linked to a status group with the
option "Eligible for Canadian Donut Law? " set as "Y".
•
The tax-exempt quantity is set at "6".
1. Press PLU#15.
3
2
PLU #15
PLU #16
T
X1
T
X1
$1.50
$1.00
2. Press PLU#16.
3. Press PLU#15.
4. Press PLU#16.
5. Press PLU#15.
L1P01
6. Press PLU#16.
3
3
L1P01
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TAXES
PLU #15
PLU #16
T
X1
T
X1
TAXES
0.15
TOTAL
2.65
$1.50
$1.50
0.00
TOTAL
3.00
Operation Sequences • 81
Corrections
Clear
1. Press numeric keys,
i.e. 4, 5, 6.
L1P01
456
2. Press CLEAR.
L1P01
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Error Correct
1. Register an item.
1
PLU #2
$2.00
L1P01
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
2.00
L1P01
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
0.00
2. Press ERR CORR.
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Operation Sequences • 83
Void
Void Previous Item
1. Press PLU#2.
1
1
PLU #2
PLU #3
$2.00
$3.00
2. Press PLU#3.
L1P01
3. Press CLEAR.
1
1
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
PLU #2
PLU #3
5.00
$2.00
$3.00
4. Press VOID ITEM.
VOID ITEM
L1P01
5. Press PLU#2.
1
L1P01
84 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
PLU #3
5.00
$3.00
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
3.00
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Void One of Multiple Items
1. PLU#2.
2
1
PLU #2
PLU #3
$2.00
$3.00
2. PLU#2.
3. PLU#3.
L1P01
3. Press CLEAR.
1
1
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
PLU #2
PLU #3
7.00
$2.00
$3.00
4. Press VOID.
5. Press PLU#2.
L1P01
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TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
5.00
Operation Sequences • 85
Void Item with Condiments
1. Enter Items.
1
1
L1P01
2. Press CLEAR.
1
HOT DOG
MUSTARD
MED COKE
TAXES
$1.69
$1.00
0.00
TOTAL
MED COKE
2.69
$1.00
3. Press VOID.
4. Press HOT DOG.
L1P01
86 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
1.00
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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.
1. Enter Items.
1
1
1
L1P01
2. Press CLEAR.
3. Press VOID.
1
1
HOT DOG
MUSTARD
HOT DOG
CATSUP
MED COKE
TAXES
$1.69
$1.69
$1.00
0.00
TOTAL
HOT DOG
MUSTARD
MED COKE
4.38
$1.69
$1.00
4. Press HOT DOG.
L1P01
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TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
2.69
Operation Sequences • 87
Cursor Void (Using Cursor Up & Cursor Down)
1. Enter Items.
1
1
1
L1P01
2. Use the ↑ or ↓ keys
to highlight the item
you wish to void
1
1
1
L1P01
3. Press VOID ITEM.
(If you are voiding
a main item, the
item and its’
condiments are
removed.)
1
1
L1P01
88 • Operation Sequences
HOT DOG
MUSTARD
HOT DOG
CATSUP
MED COKE
TAXES
$1.69
$1.69
$1.00
0.00
TOTAL
HOT DOG
MUSTARD
HOT DOG
CATSUP
MED COKE
TAXES
$1.69
$1.69
$1.00
0.00 TOTAL
HOT DOG
MUSTARD
MED COKE
TAXES
4.38
4.38
$1.69
$1.00
0.00
TOTAL
2.69
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Cursor Void a Condiment
1. Enter Items.
1
1
1
L1P01
2. Use the ↑ or ↓ keys
to highlight the
condiment you wish
to void
$1.69
$1.00
0.00
TOTAL
4.38
HOT DOG
MUSTARD
$1.69
1
HOT DOG
CATSUP
MED COKE
$1.69
1
1
1
1
L1P01
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TAXES
$1.69
1
L1P01
3. Press VOID ITEM.
HOT DOG
MUSTARD
HOT DOG
CATSUP
MED COKE
TAXES
$1.00
0.00 TOTAL
HOT DOG
HOT DOG
CATSUP
MED COKE
TAXES
4.38
$1.69
$1.69
$1.00
0.00 TOTAL
4.38
Operation Sequences • 89
Cancel
Note: May not be allowed - see authority level programming. Cancel does not
open cash drawer.
1. Enter Items.
1
1
1
L1P01
HOT DOG
MUSTARD
HOT DOG
CATSUP
MED COKE
$1.69
$1.69
$1.00
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
4.38
TOTAL
0.00
2. Press CANCEL.
CANCEL
L1P01
90 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
0.00
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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 control
lock to VOID
position.
ENTER TIME:
L1P01
X/TIME
2. Enter time, press
X/TIME.
L1P01
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VOID
Operation Sequences • 91
3. Enter Items to be
voided.
1
1
1
L1P01
4. Finalize the void
sale using the
appropriate tender.
1
1
1
HOT DOG
MUSTARD
HOT DOG
CATSUP
MED COKE
VOID
TAXES
-1.69
-1.69
-1.00
0.00
HOT DOG
MUSTARD
HOT DOG
CATSUP
MED COKE
TOTAL
-4.38
-1.69
-1.69
-1.00
5. If necessary, void
additional
transactions for the
same time.
6. Return the control
lock to the REG
position.
L1P01
92 • Operation Sequences
VOID
CASH
-4.38
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Merchandise Return
1. Press PLU #2.
1
PLU #2
L1P01
2. Press
MDSE RTRN.
1
$2.00
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
PLU #2
2.00
$2.00
MDSE
L1P01
3. Enter item to be
returned.
1
-1
L1P01
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TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
PLU #2
PLU #7
2.00
$2.00
-1.00
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
1.00
Operation Sequences • 93
% 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:
•
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,
•
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.
94 • Operation Sequences
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Sale (Subtotal) Discounts
Open Percentage Discount (Or Overriding a Preset Percentage)
%1 key is programmed as an open percentage discount on the entire sale, taxable by
tax 1 at 6%.
1. Press PLU#2.
1
1
PLU #2
PLU #3
$2.00
$3.00
2. Press PLU#3.
L1P01
3. Press SBTL.
4. Enter 1 5 . 5
(15.5%), press %1.
0.30
TOTAL
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
%1
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TAXES
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
-0.78
TAXES
0.25
TOTAL
4.47
Operation Sequences • 95
5. Press CASH.
1
1
L1P01
96 • Operation Sequences
PLU #2
PLU #3
%1
$2.00
$3.00
-0.78
TAXES
CASH
0.25
4.47
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Preset Percentage Discount
%2 key is programmed as a preset (10%) discount on the entire sale, taxable by tax 1
at 6%.
1. Press PLU#2.
1
1
PLU #2
PLU #3
$2.00
$3.00
2. Press PLU#3.
L1P01
3. Press SBTL.
1
1
4. Press %2.
TAXES
1
1
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TOTAL
PLU #2
PLU #3
%2
L1P01
5. Press CASH.
0.30
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
-0.50
TAXES
0.27
PLU #2
PLU #3
%2
TOTAL
4.77
$2.00
$3.00
-0.50
TAXES
CASH
0.27
4.77
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Amount Subtotal Discount
%3 key is programmed as an open amount discount on the entire sale, taxable by tax
1 at 6%.
1. Press PLU#2.
1
1
PLU #2
PLU #3
$2.00
$3.00
2. Press PLU#3.
L1P01
3. Press SBTL.
1
1
4. Enter the amount of
the discount, press
%3.
TAXES
1
1
L1P01
98 • Operation Sequences
TOTAL
PLU #2
PLU #3
%3
L1P01
5. Press CASH.
0.30
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
-1.00
TAXES
0.24
PLU #2
PLU #3
%3
TOTAL
4.24
$2.00
$3.00
-1.00
TAXES
CASH
0.24
4.24
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"Do It" Discount
%4 key is programmed as a "Do It" entire sale, taxable by tax 1 at 6%.
1. Press PLU#2.
1
1
PLU #2
PLU #3
$2.00
$3.00
2. Press PLU#3.
L1P01
3. Press SBTL.
1
1
4. Enter the amount of
the tender ($5.25 in
this example), press
%4.
TAXES
1
1
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TOTAL
PLU #2
PLU #3
%4
L1P01
5. Press CASH.
0.30
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
-0.05
TAXES
0.30
PLU #2
PLU #3
%4
TOTAL
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
-0.05
TAXES
CASH
0.30
5.25
Operation Sequences • 99
Item Discounts
Open Percentage Discount (Or Overriding a Preset Percentage)
The %1 key is programmed as an open percentage discount on an item, taxable by
tax 1 at 6%.
1. Press PLU#2.
1
1
PLU #2
PLU #3
$2.00
$3.00
2. Press PLU#3.
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3. Enter 1 5 . 5
(15.5%), press the
%1 key.
1
1
L1P01
100 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
PLU #2
PLU #3
%1
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
-0.47
TAXES
0.27
TOTAL
4.80
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Preset Percentage Discount
The %2 key is programmed as a preset (10%) discount on an item, taxable by tax 1 at
6%.
1. Press PLU#2.
1
1
PLU #2
PLU #3
$2.00
$3.00
2. Press PLU#3.
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3. Press the %2 key.
1
1
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TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
PLU #2
PLU #3
%2
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
-0.30
TAXES
0.28
TOTAL
4.98
Operation Sequences • 101
Discount on Cursor Selected Item
The %3 key is programmed as a preset (10%) discount on an item, taxable by tax 1 at
6%.
1. Press PLU#2.
1
1
PLU #2
PLU #3
$2.00
$3.00
2. Press PLU#3.
L1P01
3. Press the ↑ key.
1
1
TAXES
1
1
L1P01
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TOTAL
PLU #2
PLU #3
L1P01
4. Press the %3 key.
0.30
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
PLU #2
%3
PLU #3
5.30
$2.00
-0.20
$3.00
TAXES
0.29
TOTAL
5.09
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Store (Item) Coupon
The %1 key is programmed as an open amount discount on an item (store coupon) ,
taxable by tax 1 at 6%.
1. Press PLU#2.
1
1
PLU #2
PLU #3
$2.00
$3.00
2. Press PLU#3.
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3. Enter the amount,
press the %1 key.
1
1
TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
PLU #2
PLU #3
%1
PLU #2
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
-1.00
4. Press the PLU#2
(the PLU the
coupon is to be
subtracted from.)
L1P01
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TAXES
0.24
TOTAL
4.24
Operation Sequences • 103
Surcharges
Preset % Surcharge on an Entire Sale
The %1 key is programmed as a preset (10%) surcharge on the entire sale, taxable by
tax 1 at 6%.
1. Press PLU#2.
1
1
PLU #2
PLU #3
$2.00
$3.00
2. Press PLU#3.
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3. Press SBTL.
1
1
4. Press the %1 key.
L1P01
104 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
PLU #2
PLU #3
%1
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
$0.50
TAXES
0.33
TOTAL
5.83
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5. Press CASH.
1
1
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PLU #2
PLU #3
%1
$2.00
$3.00
$0.50
TAXES
CASH
0.00
5.83
Operation Sequences • 105
Open % Key Surcharge (Or Overriding a Preset Percentage)
The %3 key is programmed as an open percentage surcharge on the entire sale,
taxable by tax 1 at 6%.
1. Press PLU#2.
1
1
PLU #2
PLU #3
$2.00
$3.00
2. Press PLU#3.
L1P01
3. Press SBTL.
1
1
4. Enter 1 5 (15%),
press the %3 key.
TAXES
1
1
L1P01
106 • Operation Sequences
TOTAL
PLU #2
PLU #3
%3
L1P01
5. Press CASH.
0.30
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
$0.75
TAXES
0.35
PLU #2
PLU #3
%3
TOTAL
6.10
$2.00
$3.00
$0.75
TAXES
CASH
0.35
6.10
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Preset % Surcharge on an Item
The %2 key is programmed as a preset (10%) surcharge on an item, taxable by tax 1
at 6%.
1. Press PLU#2.
1
1
PLU #2
PLU #3
$2.00
$3.00
2. Press PLU#3.
L1P01
3. Press the %2 key.
1
1
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TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
PLU #2
PLU #3
%2
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
$0.30
TAXES
0.32
TOTAL
5.62
Operation Sequences • 107
Open % Key Surcharge (Or Overriding a Preset Percentage)
The %1 key is programmed as an open percentage surcharge on an item, taxable by
tax 1 at 6%.
1. Press PLU#2.
1
1
PLU #2
PLU #3
$2.00
$3.00
2. Press PLU#3.
L1P01
3. Enter 1 5 (15%),
press the %1 key.
1
1
L1P01
108 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
PLU #2
PLU #3
%1
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
$0.45
TAXES
0.33
TOTAL
5.78
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Age Verification
Sale of age restricted items (i.e. alcohol, tobacco) can be controlled at the point of
sale by forcing to operator to enter a date of birth before a controlled item can be
registered.
1. egister an item that
has been
programmed for age
restriction. The
CUSTOMER
DATE OF BIRTH
entry box displays.
CUSTOMER DATE OF BIRTH(MMDDYYYY):
L1P01
2. Enter the date of
birth in
MMDDYYYY
format, press
ENTER.
1
CLEAR
SUMMIT ALE
ENTER
$4.99
3. If the date of birth
entered represents
an age greater than
the age restriction,
the item registers.
If the date of birth
entered represents
an age less than the
age restriction, the
message "AGE
RESTRICTION"
displays and the
item is not
registerd.
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TAXES
0.33
TOTAL
5.32
Operation Sequences • 109
Not Found PLU
Designed to be used in a scanning system, the NOT FOUND PLU key allows the
operator to immediately enter basic PLU information for an item that is not in the
PLU file. If the "Not Found PLU" message displays when a PLU is entered (or when
an item is scanned) the operator can press the NOT FOUND PLU key and will be
prompted to enter PLU price, descriptor and linking information. The item is
registered immediately.
1. Scan or enter a PLU
that is not in the
PLU file. The NOT
FOUND PLU
message displays.
NOTFOUND PLU
L1P01
2. Press the NOT
FOUND PLU key.
The PRICE/HALO
entry box displays.
PRICE/HALO
L1P01
110 • Operation Sequences
CLEAR
0.00
DONE
ENTER
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3. Enter the price for
the item, press
ENTER. The
LINK STATUS
entry box displays.
LINK STATUS
L1P01
CLEAR
DONE
ENTER
CLEAR
DONE
ENTER
CLEAR
DONE
ENTER
4. Enter the status link
for the PLU, press
ENTER. The
LINK GROUP
entry box displays.
LINK GROUP
L1P01
5. Enter the primary
group link for the
PLU, press
ENTER. The
DESCRIPTOR
entry box displays.
DESCRIPTOR
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6. Use the alpha
keyboard overlay to
type the descriptor
for the item, press
ENTER. The item
is registered.
1
L1P01
SUMMIT ALE
TAXES
$4.99
0.33
TOTAL
5.32
KP Routing
The KP ROUTING key is used to override KP Time Period control. For example, a
restaurant might normally operate two kitchens at one time and one kitchen at other
times. In case the volume of business changes, the manager might want to control the
KP routing manually. Also, a single item, or large order might be required to be sent
to a different printer than normal. Select STAYDOWN, TICKET POP UP or ITEM
POP up operation.
To operate, enter a routing period # (1-4) and press the key at any time inside or
outside of a transaction.
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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 four 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 are defined in memory allocation. The method of
tracking you select (hard/soft) applies to all tracking files.
Because there are four possible tracking files, there are separate sets of 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)
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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TBL#(1) CHECK# GST# EMPL.
TIME
6
10
2 EMPLOY 1201
6
11
2 EMPLOY 1230
BALANCE
5.30
9.54
Tracking File # is indicated
# Of Guests
Entry is optional and is controlled by system flag. The number of guests may be
required on all transactions or only on tracking transactions.
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Manual Previous Balance
NOTES:
Neither the new balance or transaction items are stored in memory and neither
can be recalled when using manual previous balance posting.
You must set memory allocation to “Hard” check to post manual balances.
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. Any of
the four STORE 1-4 keys may be used to service the transaction.
Function Key Notes:
•
Use the P/BAL key (function key code #148) to enter the previous
balance amount.
Opening a Check
1. Enter zero, press
P/BAL.
P/BAL
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0.00
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
0.00
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2. Enter items.
P/BAL
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
L1P01
3. Press any one of the
four store check
functions, i.e.
STORE #1.
0.00
$2.00
$3.00
TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
P/BAL
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
5.30
0.00
$2.00
$3.00
SERVED
L1P01
TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
5.30
Adding to a Check
1. Enter amount, press
P/BAL.
P/BAL
L1P01
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5.30
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
5.30
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2. Enter items.
P/BAL
1 PLU #4
1 PLU #5
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3. Press STORE #1.
5.30
$4.00
$5.00
TAXES
0.54
TOTAL
P/BAL
1 PLU #4
1 PLU #5
14.84
5.30
$4.00
$5.00
SERVED
L1P01
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0.54
TOTAL
14.84
Operation Sequences • 117
Paying a Check
1. Enter amount, press
P/BAL.
P/BAL
L1P01
2. Press CASH, or:
14.84
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
P/BAL
14.84
14.84
Enter amount and
press CASH, or
Press CHECK, or
Enter amount and
press CHECK, or
Press one of the
miscellaneous
tender keys, or
L1P01
TAXES 0.00
CASH 10.00
CHANGE
4.70
Enter amount and
press of the
miscellaneous
tender keys.
Note: If tender is less than balance, press STORE #1 to finalize.
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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. (In soft check posting the previously registered items are
recalled.)
Recalling a Hard Check
1. Depending on the
method used:
CK#
PBAL
11/TBL#
6/GST#
2/ANNIE W
5.00
Enter check
number, press
CHECK #, or
Enter table number,
press TABLE #.
2. Note that the
previous balance is
displayed.
L1P01
TAXES
Sample Print of Hard Check
DATE
03/23/2000
R E C A L L
C H K 1
P/BAL
2 PLU1
TOTAL
* ORDER# 0107 *
NO.000007 REG 01 EMPLOYEE1
P/BAL
1 PLU2
1 PLU3
TOTAL
* ORDER# 0107 *
NO.000008 REG 01 EMPLOYEE1
P/BAL
1 PLU3
TOTAL
CASH
* ORDER# 0107 *
NO.000009 REG 01 EMPLOYEE1
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0.30
TOTAL
5.30
THU
# 2
0.00
$2.00
$2.00
TIME 08:10
$2.00
$2.00
$3.00
$7.00
TIME 08:11
$7.00
$3.00
$10.00
$10.00
TIME 08:11
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Soft Check Posting
It is not necessary to print the check at each posting. The PRINT CHECK key will
print the check at the designated printer. The PRINT CHECK key can be
programmed to automatically service the transaction.
Beginning a Check
1. Depending on
programming:
CHK#
100/TBL# 0/GST#
0/EMPLOYEE1
a) Enter check
number, press one
of the Recall Check
functions, i.e.
RECALL #1, or
b) Press RECALL #1
to automatically
assign a check
number.
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TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
0.00
c) If Table# is
compulsory and
only one check per
table is allowed,
enter the table# and
press TABLE#.
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2. Optional:
CHK#
100/TBL# 2/GST#
0/EMPLOYEE1
Enter table number,
press TABLE 1.
L1P01
3. Optional:
CHK#
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
100/TBL# 2/GST#
0.00
2/EMPLOYEE1
Enter number of
guests, press
GUEST #.
L1P01
4. Enter items.
0.00
TOTAL
CHK#
100/TBL# 2/GST#
1 PLU #4
1 PLU #5
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TAXES
0.54
0.00
2/EMPLOYEE1
$4.00
$5.00
TOTAL
9.00
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5. Press the
appropriate Store
Check function, i.e.
STORE #1.
CHK#
100/TBL# 2/GST#
1 PLU #4
1 PLU #5
2/EMPLOYEE1
$4.00
$5.00
SERVED
L1P01
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TAXES
0.54
TOTAL
9.00
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Adding to a Check
1. Check Method:
CHK#
11/TBL# 2/GST#
1 PLU #4
1 PLU #5
2/EMPLOYEE1
$4.00
$5.00
Enter the check
number, press the
appropriate recall
check function, i.e.
RECALL #1
L1P01
2. Table Method:
TAXES
0.54
TOTAL
TBL#(1) CHECK# G#
SERVER TIME
6
10
2 EMPLOYEE 1201
6
11
2 EMPLOYEE 1230
Enter the table
number, press the
appropriate Table #
function, i.e.
TABLE 1.
9.00
BALANCE
5.30
9.54
Note: If more than one check is open
for the table the checks will be listed:
Press the ↑ or ↓ keys to select the
check you wish to open.
ENTER DONE
3. Press ENTER.
CHK#
1 PLU #4
1 PLU #5
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11/TBL# 2/GST#
TAXES
0.54
2/EMPLOYEE1
$4.00
$5.00
TOTAL
9.00
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2. Enter items.
The dotted line represents the
division of the previously
serviced items (before the
line) and the new items (after
the line.)
CHK#
11/TBL# 2/GST#
2/EMPLOYEE1
1 PLU #4
$4.00
1 PLU #5
$5.00
---------------------------------------1 PLU #2
$2.00
1 PLU #3
$3.00
L1P01
3. Press the
appropriate Store
Check function, i.e.
STORE #1.
TAXES
0.84
TOTAL14.84
CHK#
11/TBL# 2/GST#
2/EMPLOYEE1
1 PLU #4
$4.00
1 PLU #5
$5.00
---------------------------------------1 PLU #2
$2.00
1 PLU #3
$3.00
SERVED
L1P01
TAXES
0.84
TOTAL
14.84
Paying a Check
1. Check Method:
Enter the check
number, press the
appropriate recall
check function, i.e.
RECALL #1, or
CHK#
1
1
1
1
L1P01
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11/TBL# 2/GST#
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
#2
#3
#4
#5
TAXES
0.84
2/EMPLOYEE1
$2.00
$3.00
$4.00
$5.00
TOTAL
14.84
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1. Table Method:
Enter the
appropriate Table #
function, i.e.
TABLE 1.
CHK#
1
1
1
1
11/TBL# 2/GST#
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
#2
#3
#4
#5
L1P01
If more than one
check is open for
the table, the checks
will be listed:
TAXES
0.84
2/EMPLOYEE1
$2.00
$3.00
$4.00
$5.00
TOTAL
TBL#(1) CHECK# G#
SERVER TIME
6
10
2 EMPLOYEE 1201
6
11
2 EMPLOYEE 1230
14.84
BALANCE
10.01
14.84
Press the ↑ or ↓
keys to select the
check you wish to
open.
2. Press ENTER.
CHK#
1
1
1
1
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11/TBL# 2/GST#
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
#2
#3
#4
#5
TAXES
0.84
2/EMPLOYEE1
$2.00
$3.00
$4.00
$5.00
TOTAL
14.84
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2. Optional:
Press SBTL.
CHK#
1
1
1
1
11/TBL# 2/GST#
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
#2
#3
#4
#5
2/EMPLOYEE1
$2.00
$3.00
$4.00
$5.00
SUBTOTAL
L1P01
3. Press CASH, or
Enter amount and
press CASH.
CHK#
1
1
1
1
TAXES
0.84
AMT DUE 14.84
11/TBL# 2/GST#
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
#2
#3
#4
#5
2/EMPLOYEE1
$2.00
$3.00
$4.00
$5.00
TAXES
.84
CASH 14.84
L1P01
or,
4. Press CHECK, or
Enter amount and
press CHECK.
CHK#
1
1
1
1
L1P01
11/TBL# 2/GST#
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
#2
#3
#4
#5
TAXES
.84
CHECK 10.00
2/EMPLOYEE1
$2.00
$3.00
$4.00
$5.00
AMT DUE
4.84
or,
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5. Optional:
Enter amount and
press one of the TIP
function keys, i.e.
TIP1.
CHK#
1
1
1
1
11/TBL# 2/GST#
PLU
PLU
PLU
PLU
TIP1
L1P01
6. Press CASH, or:
Enter amount and
press CASH, or
2/EMPLOYEE1
$2.00
$3.00
$4.00
$5.00
#2
#3
#4
#5
CHK#
1
1
1
1
$2.00
TAXES
.84
AMT DUE 14.84
11/TBL# 2/GST#
PLU #2
PLU #3
PLU #4
PLU #5
TIP1
2/EMPLOYEE1
$2.00
$3.00
$4.00
$5.00
2.00
Press CHECK, or
Enter amount and
press CHECK, or
Press one of the
miscellaneous
tender keys, or
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TAXES
.84
MISC 16.84
Enter amount and
press of the
miscellaneous
tender keys..
Note: If tender is less than balance, press STORE to finalize.
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Operation Sequences • 127
Sample Print of Soft Check
THE BEST
RESTURANT
DATE
12/15/1999
WED
RECALL CHK1
#2
TABLE 1
#25
1
FILET MIGNON T1
$14.99
1
MARGARITA T2
$3.75
1
TROUT T1
$16.95
1
PINA COLADA T2
$4.00
---------------------------------------SUBTOTAL
$39.69
TAX TOTAL
$3.62
TOTAL
$43.31
*** STORE CHK1 ***
-- CHECK PRINT COUNT : 3 -NO.000005 REG 01 ETHAN
TIME 10:41
THANK YOU!
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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.
•
Items are displayed as they are entered.
•
The seat number is displayed to the right of each main item.
1. Open a check.
CHK#
2. If you attempt to
enter an item
without a seat
number entry, the
"ENTER SEAT#"
prompt displays.
0/EMPLOYEE1
ENTER SEAT #
L1P01
3. Enter seat # (up to 2
digits). Note that
the seat number for
the subsequent item
displays.
100/TBL# 0/GST#
CHK#
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
100/TBL# 0/GST#
0.00
0/EMPLOYEE1
SEAT #1
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TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
0.00
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4. Enter main item and
condiments.
CHK#
1
L1P01
5. Enter the seat
number for the next
item, press the
SEAT # key.
CHK#
1
100/TBL# 0/GST#
STEAK S1
TAXES
0.60
0/EMPLOYEE1
$10.00
TOTAL
100/TBL# 0/GST#
STEAK S1
10.60
0/EMPLOYEE1
$10.00
SEAT #2
L1P01
6. Enter the next item
and its' condiments.
CHK#
1
1
L1P01
130 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
0.60
TOTAL
100/TBL# 0/GST#
STEAK S1
SEAFOOD S2
TAXES
1.20
10.60
0/EMPLOYEE1
$10.00
$10.00
TOTAL
21.20
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Changing the Seat # On A Previously Entered Item
1. Move cursor to the
item you wish to
change
CHK#
1
1
L1P01
2. Press SEAT #.
CHK#
1
1
100/TBL# 0/GST#
STEAK S1
SEAFOOD S2
TAXES
1.20
0/EMPLOYEE1
$10.00
$10.00
TOTAL
100/TBL# 0/GST#
STEAK S1
SEAFOOD S2
21.20
0/EMPLOYEE1
$10.00
$10.00
ENTER NEW SEAT #
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3. Enter a new number
and press SEAT #.
CHK#
1
1
L1P01
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TAXES
1.20
TOTAL
100/TBL# 0/GST#
STEAK S3
SEAFOOD S2
TAXES
1.20
21.20
0/EMPLOYEE1
$10.00
$10.00
TOTAL
21.20
Operation Sequences • 131
Optional Seat # Entry
•
When seat # is not compulsory, press the ↑ or ↓ keys to select a main item
(not a condiment). Press SEAT #, then enter a seat number for that item.
•
Items not assigned to a different seat number will default to seat #1.
1. Enter items
normally without a
seat #. Note that
the default seat
number is seat #1.
CHK#
100/TBL# 0/GST#
2 STEAK S1
1 WALLEYE S1
BROILED
1 COKE S1
L1P01
2. Press the ↑ key to
select the item to
which you wish to
assign a seat #.
1.59
TAXES
1.59
1.50
TOTAL
CHK#
100/TBL# 0/GST#
2 STEAK S1
1 WALLEYE S1
BROILED
1 COKE S1
L1P01
132 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
0/EMPLOYEE1
16.00
9.00
28.09
0/EMPLOYEE1
16.00
9.00
1.50
TOTAL
28.09
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3. Press SEAT #.
CHK#
100/TBL# 0/GST#
2 STEAK S1
1 WALLEYE S1
BROILED
1 COKE S1
L1P01
4. Enter a new number
and press SEAT #.
1.59
TAXES
1.59
1.50
TOTAL
CHK#
100/TBL# 0/GST#
2 STEAK S1
1 WALLEYE S2
BROILED
1 COKE S1
L1P01
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TAXES
0/EMPLOYEE1
16.00
9.00
28.09
0/EMPLOYEE1
16.00
9.00
1.50
TOTAL
28.09
Operation Sequences • 133
Splitting Consolidated Items for Seat Assignment
When like items are consolidated, press the SPLIT ITEM key to separate items for
separate seat assignment.
1. Press the ↑ key to
select items that are
consolidated on the
screen.
CHK#
100/TBL# 0/GST#
2 STEAK S1
1 WALLEYE
S2
BROILED
1 COKE S1
L1P01
2. Press SPLIT
ITEM.
3. Assign seat
numbers for the
separated items by
selecting the item,
then pressing
SEAT # and
entering a new seat
#.
1.59
TAXES
1.59
1.50
TOTAL28.09CHK#
CHK#
100/TBL# 0/GST#
1 STEAK S1
1 STEAK S1
1 WALLEYE
S2
BROILED
1 COKE S1
L1P01
134 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
0/EMPLOYEE1
16.00
9.00
0/EMPLOYEE1
8.00
8.00
9.00
1.50
TOTAL28.09
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Payment by Seat Number
1. Press SBTL.
CHK#
1
1
100/TBL# 0/GST#
STEAK S1
SEAFOOD S2
0/EMPLOYEE1
$10.00
$10.00
SUBTOTAL
L1P01
2. Press SEAT # to
display the seat
number totals.
CHK#
1.20
TOTAL
100/TBL# 0/GST#
SEAT #1
SEAT #2
L1P01
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TAXES
0/EMPLOYEE1
$0.30
$0.30
TAXES
0.60
21.20
$10.00
$10.00
TOTAL
10.60
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3. Press the ↑ or ↓
keys as necessary to
select a different
seat. Note that the
taxes and the total
for the seat are
displayed when it is
selected.
CHK#
100/TBL# 0/GST#
SEAT #1
SEAT #2
L1P01
4. When the
appropriate seat is
selected for
payment, tender
payment for the
seats as you would
pay a complete
check. The paid
seat is removed
from the list.
5. Continue to pay
each seat until the
check is paid. Pay
one seat at a time.
You cannot service
once a seat is paid.
136 • Operation Sequences
CHK#
$0.30
$0.30
TAXES
0.30
TAXES
CASH
$10.00
$10.00
TOTAL
100/TBL# 0/GST#
SEAT #1
SEAT #2
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0/EMPLOYEE1
$0.30
$0.30
10.30
0/EMPLOYEE1
$10.00
$10.00
.30
10.30
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Hold/Print Hold
This feature is used in a table service restaurant. It prevents kitchen printer /KVS
instructions from being sent immediately after items are registered and stored. For
example, an 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, later, the employee can
recall the check 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' to the left of the item.
See "Tracking File Options" in the Program Manual to set the following related
options:
•
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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Operation Sequences • 137
Hold an Item
1. Press the ↑ or ↓
keys to position the
cursor on the item
you wish to hold.
CHK#
1
1
1
1
11/TBL# 2/GST#
STEAK DINNER
SHRIMP APP
PRIME RIB
ONION RING
L1P01
2. Press HOLD to
apply hold status to
the selected item.
CHK#
1
1
H
1
1
TAXES
1.49
2/EMPLOYEE1
$8.00
$3.95
$9.95
$2.95
TOTAL
11/TBL# 2/GST#
STEAK DINNER
SHRIMP APP
PRIME RIB
ONION RING
26.34
2/EMPLOYEE1
$8.00
3.95
9.95
2.95
3. If necessary, select
and hold additional
items.
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4. Press the
appropriate Store
Check function, i.e.
STORE #1. If the
option to prompt
when held items are
stored is set to Yes,
the display will
show the held item.
5. Press DONE to
continue.
138 • Operation Sequences
TBL#(1)
2
L1P01
TAXES
1.49
TOTAL
26.34
CHECK# GST#
TIME #HELD ITEM
11
2 10:18
1
ENTER DONE
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Print All Held Items
CHK#
11/TBL# 2/GST#
1. Recall an order with H 1 S T E A K D I N N E R
1 SHRIMP APP
held items. (Flag is
H
1 PRIME RIB
set to Yes to
1 ONION RING
automatically select
held items. Press
any key except
PRINT HOLD (or
Repeat) to deselect items if you
are proceeding with
any other
L1P01
TAXES 1.49
operation.)
2. Press PRINT
HOLD. (Hold
status is removed
for selected items;
items will be sent to
appropriate output
when the check is
serviced.)
CHK#
1
1
1
1
L1P01
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TOTAL
11/TBL# 2/GST#
STEAK DINNER
SHRIMP APP
PRIME RIB
ONION RING
TAXES
2/EMPLOYEE1
8.00
3.95
9.95
2.95
26.34
2/EMPLOYEE1
$8.00
$3.95
$9.95
$2.95
1.49 TOTAL
26.34
Operation Sequences • 139
Print an Individual Item
CHK#
1
1
1
1
1. Recall an order with H
held items. (Flag is
H
set to No to not
automatically select
held items.)
L1P01
2. Press the ↑ or ↓
keys to position the
cursor on the item
you wish to print.
CHK#
H
1
1
H
1
1
L1P01
3. Press PRINT
HOLD. (Hold
status is removed
for selected items;
items will be sent to
appropriate output
when the check is
serviced.)
CHK#
H
1
1
1
1
L1P01
140 • Operation Sequences
11/TBL# 2/GST#
STEAK DINNER
SHRIMP APP
PRIME RIB
ONION RING
TAXES
1.49 TOTAL
11/TBL# 2/GST#
STEAK DINNER
SHRIMP APP
PRIME RIB
ONION RING
TAXES
26.34
2/EMPLOYEE1
$8.00
$3.95
$9.95
$2.95
1.49 TOTAL
11/TBL# 2/GST#
STEAK DINNER
SHRIMP APP
PRIME RIB
ONION RING
TAXES
2/EMPLOYEE1
$8.00
$3.95
$9.95
$2.95
26.34
2/EMPLOYEE1
$8.00
$3.95
$9.95
$2.95
1.49 TOTAL
26.34
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Display Warning to Operator
1. Service any check
for an 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.
TBL#(1)
2
1
CHECK# GST#
TIME #HELD ITEM
11
2 10:18
1
12
2 19:35
2
ENTER DONE
2. Press the ↑ or ↓
keys to select a
check. Then press
ENTER to open the
selected check.
Press DONE to
remove warning
message.
TBL#(1)
2
1
CHECK# GST#
TIME #HELD ITEM
11
2 10:18
1
12
2 19:35
2
ENTER DONE
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Operation Sequences • 141
List Check
1. Sign on an
employee.
TBL#(1) CHECK# GST# EMPL.
TIME BALANCE
6
10
2 ANNIE W 1201
10.01
6
11
2 ANNIE W 1230
5.00
2. Press LIST
CHECK.
3. Press the ↑ or ↓
keys to select a
specific check.
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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Repeat
You can repeat the last items posted by using the REPEAT key. This simplifies
registration of another round of drinks.
1. Open a check.
2. Enter Items.
CHK#
1
1
3. Press the
appropriate store
check key, i.e.
STORE
CHECK 1.
CHK#
1
1
L1P01
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0/EMPLOYEE1
$10.00
$10.00
SERVED
L1P01
4. Recall the Check.
100/TBL# 0/GST#
STEAK
SEAFOOD
TAXES
1.20
TOTAL
100/TBL# 0/GST#
STEAK
SEAFOOD
TAXES
1.20
21.20
0/EMPLOYEE1
$10.00
$10.00
TOTAL
21.20
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5. Enter new items.
When the first item
is entered, a line
displays, separating
old from new items.
If items are the
same, they are not
consolidated.
6. Press the
appropriate store
check key, i.e.
STORE
CHECK 1.
7. Recall the Check.
CHK#
100/TBL# 0/GST#
0/EMPLOYEE1
1
STEAK
$10.00
1
SEAFOOD
$0.00
---------------------------------------1
BEER
$2.00
1
WINE
$2.50
SERVED
L1P01
CHK#
1
1
1
1
L1P01
8. Press REPEAT.
Note that new items
are not
consolidated.
9. Press the
appropriate store
check key, i.e.
STORE
CHECK 1.
1.47
TOTAL
100/TBL# 0/GST#
STEAK
SEAFOOD
BEER
WINE
TAXES
1.47
25.97
0/EMPLOYEE1
$10.00
$10.00
$2.00
$2.50
TOTAL
25.97
CHK#
100/TBL# 0/GST#
0/EMPLOYEE1
1
STEAK
$10.00
1
SEAFOOD
$10.00
1
BEER
$2.00
1
WINE
$2.50
---------------------------------------1
BEER
$2.00
1
WINE
$2.50
SERVED
L1P01
144 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
TAXES
1.74
TOTAL
30.74
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10. Recall the Check.
Repeated items are
now consolidated.
CHK#
1
1
2
2
L1P01
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100/TBL# 0/GST#
STEAK
SEAFOOD
BEER
WINE
TAXES
1.74
0/EMPLOYEE1
$10.00
$10.00
$4.00
$5.00
TOTAL
30.74
Operation Sequences • 145
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.
CHK#
100/TBL# 2/GST#
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
L1P01
2. Enter a new table
number by entering
the number and
pressing the
TABLE # key.
TAXES
0.30
0/EMPLOYEE1
2.00
3.00
TOTAL
CHK#
100/TBL# 3/GST#
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
5.30
0/EMPLOYEE1
2.00
3.00
3. Continue with the
transaction by
adding items,
accepting payment
or servicing.
L1P01
146 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
5.30
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Combine Checks for Payment
1. Press the ADD
CHECK key.
ADD CHECKS FOR PAYMENT
TBL CHECK#
GST EMPL.TIME
BALANCE
2. Sign on an
employee.
EMPLOYEE1
L1P01
2. Enter the table # or
check # of the first
check to be paid.
TAXES
0.00 TOTAL
0.00
ADD CHECKS FOR PAYMENT
TBL CHECK#
6
10
L1P01
GST EMPL.TIME
BALANCE
2 ETHAN12:01
$9.54
TAXES
0.54 TOTAL
9.54
ADD CHECKS FOR PAYMENT
3. Enter the table # or
check # of the next T B L C H E C K #
6
10
check to be paid. If
6
11
the next check is
assigned to a
different employee,
the appropriate
employee must be
signed on before the
check can be called
up for payment.
L1P01
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GST EMPL.TIME
BALANCE
2 ETHAN12:01
$9.54
2 ETHAN12:30
$5.30
TAXES
0.84 TOTAL
14.84
Operation Sequences • 147
Transfer Check
Checks can be transferred in two ways:
•
Individually, by signing on a new employee and opening the check. The
"Automatic transfer check" system flag must be set to Y to allow this
option and Authority level programming must be set to allow the
employee to access checks that were not opened by them.
•
Individually or in groups, from the TRANSFER CHECK screen.
A system flag determines whether totals are transferred with the check to the
new employee.
TRANSFER CHK
1. Sign on an
employee.
FROM
EMPLOYEE1
EMPLOYEE2
2. Press TRANSFER
CHECK.
3. Enter the FROM
employee file # or
select the FROM
employee from the
list.
ESC ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓
4. Enter the TO
employee file # or
select the TO
employee from the
list.
TRANSFER CHK
FROM :
1
TO
EMPLOYEE1
EMPLOYEE2
ESC ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓
148 • Operation Sequences
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5. When the TO
employee is
entered, choose to
transfer a single
check or all checks.
6. To transfer all,
select ALL
CHECKS and
press enter. The
message "CHECKS
TRANSFERRED"
will display.
7. To transfer a single
check, select ONE
CHECK.
TRANSFER CHK
FROM :
TO :
1
2
ALL CHECKS
ONE CHECK
ESC ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓
TBL#(1) CHECK# GST# EMPL.
TIME BALANCE
6
10
2 ANNIE W 1201
10.01
6
11
2 ANNIE W 1230
5.00
8. From the List
Check screen, press
the ↑ or ↓ keys to
select a c check.
9. Press ENTER to
transfer the selected
check, or press
DONE to abort the
transfer procedure.
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Operation Sequences • 149
Tip Declare
If the employee time keeping feature is used, the operator is prompted to enter cash
tips when clocking out. See "Time Clock Procedures" on page 28. The TIP
DECLARE key can be used to enter cash tips when the time keeping feature is not
used.
1. Sign on the
employee.
2. Press the TIP
DECLARE key.
3. Enter the declared
amount and press
ENTER.
4. Press DONE to exit
the Cash Tips
Declared screen.
TIP DECLARE
08/11/98
EMPLOYEE
WEDNESDAY
#
01
TIPS DELCLARED
0.00
TIP DECLARE
08/11/98
EMPLOYEE
WEDNESDAY
#
TIPS DELCLARED
01
1.00
ENTER DONE
150 • Operation Sequences
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Fast Food 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 thu 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 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 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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Operation Sequences • 151
Drive Thru Store
In the following examples, RECALL CHECK # and STORE CHECK keys have been
programmed with the "drive thru" function.
1. Enter items.
1 HAMB
1 CHICK NUG
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2. Press the
appropriate store
check key, i.e.
STORE #1.
$2.00
$3.00
TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
1 HAMB
1 CHICK NUG
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
SERVED
[0116]
L1P01
152 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
5.30
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Drive Thru Recall
1. Press the
appropriate recall
order key, i.e.
RECALL #1.
1 HAMB
$2.00
1 CHICK NUG
$3.00
----------------------------------------
[0116]
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2. Add or void items
as necessary.
0.30
TOTAL
5.30
1 HAMB
$2.00
1 CHICK NUG
$3.00
---------------------------------------1 COKE
$1.00
[0116]
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TAXES
TAXES
0.36
TOTAL
6.36
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3. Finalize the
transaction with
CASH, CHECK or
one of the
miscellaneous
tender functions.
1 HAMB
$2.00
1 CHICK NUG
$3.00
---------------------------------------1 COKE
$1.00
L1P01
154 • Operation Sequences
TAXES
CASH
0.36
6.36
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Alpha Text
Use to type a name or message that will be associated with a soft check. Press the
ALPHA TEXT key anytime after a check has been opened, then type a message (up
to 15 characters) using the alpha keyboard overlay and press ENTER. The message
is saved and printed/displayed with the order.
1. Enter items.
1 HAMB
1 CHICK NUG
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2. Press the ALPHA
TEXT key. The
ALPHA
MESSAGE entry
box displays.
TAXES
$2.00
$3.00
0.30
TOTAL
1 HAMB
1 CHICK NUG
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
ALPHA MESSAGE:
[0116]
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TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
5.30
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3. Type a message of
up to 15 characters,
press ENTER. If
you make a
mistake, press
CLEAR and start
over.
1 HAMB
1 CHICK NUG
SAMMY W
$2.00
$3.00
4. Press ENTER to
accept the message.
[0116]
L1P01
5. Press the
appropriate store
check key, i.e.
STORE #1. The
alpha message will
be saved and
displayed when the
soft check is
recalled.
TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
1 HAMB
1 CHICK NUG
SAMMY W
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
SERVED
[0116]
L1P01
TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
5.30
Drive Thru Park
Enter a number and press PARK ORDER to park or "suspend" an order on the video
monitor until the order is completely filled. In the case of a drive through order that
cannot be completed when the customer arrives at the pick-up window, the operator
would park the order until it was completely filled. The order would then be served
or bumped by using the SERVE ORDER key.
Drive Thru Serve
Enter a number and press SERVE ORDER to serve or bump the order from a video
monitor. No video keypad is needed for this function.
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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, then a prompt will display. After making the appropriate entry,
press ENTER.
1. Press the function
key WLU.
1 HOT DOG
L1P01
2. Select a function by
entering the
numeric digit
corresponding to
your selection, or
press the ↑ or ↓
keys to select your
choice and press
ENTER.
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
1 HOT DOG
10% DISC
L1P01
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DISCOUNTS $1.69
1 10% SALE
2 15% SALE
3 OPEN SALE DISC
4 10% ITEM
5 15% ITEM
6 OPEN ITEM DISC
7 ITEM COUPON
8 VENDOR COUPON
↑↓←→ ENT DONE
1.69
$1.69
0.17
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
1.52
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3. If the function
requires an entry
(i.e. #3, OPEN
SALE
DISCOUNT), enter
the value required
(i.e. 33 for 33%
discount, press
ENTER.
1 HOT DOG
OPEN SALE DISC
L1P01
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TAXES
$1.69
-0.56
0.00
TOTAL
1.13
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# (Non-Add) Key
You can enter a reference number for an item or transaction. For example, you could
enter a customer number, drivers license identification number, check number or
SKU number for an item.
1. Enter a non-adding
number (entry limit
set in function key
program), press the
#/NO SALE key.
1 PLU #2
NON-ADD#
L1P01
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$2.00
123456
TAXES
0.00
TOTAL
1.23
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Finalizing Transactions
Cash Tender
1. Enter items.
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
L1P01
2. Press CASH.
$2.00
$3.00
TAXES
0.30 TOTAL
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
L1P01
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
TAXES
CASH
0.30
5.30
or,
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Enter amount
tendered and press
CASH.
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
L1P01
$2.00
$3.00
TAXES
CASH
0.30
10.00 CHANGE
4.70
Check Tender
1. Enter items.
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
L1P01
2. Press CHECK.
$2.00
$3.00
TAXES
0.30
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
L1P01
TOTAL
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
TAXES
CHECK
0.30
5.30
Or,
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Enter amount
tendered and press
CHECK.
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
L1P01
$2.00
$3.00
TAXES 0.30
CHECK 10.00
CHANGE
4.70
Check Cashing
A function key is available for cashing checks.
1. Enter amount, press
the CHECK CASH
key.
CHECK CASH
L1P01
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CHEC
10.00
CHANG
10.00
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Misc (Charge) Tender
1. Enter items.
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
L1P01
2. Press the
appropriate
miscellaneous
tender function, i.e.
MISC TEND1.
0.30
TOTAL
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
TAXES
MISC
0.30
5.30
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
L1P01
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TAXES
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
L1P01
Or, enter amount
tendered and press
the appropriate
miscellaneous
tender function, i.e.
MISC TEND1.
$2.00
$3.00
$2.00
$3.00
TAXES 0.30
CHARGE10.00
CHANGE
4.70
Operation Sequences • 163
Preset Tender
Macro keys can be programmed to execute preprogrammed amount tenders for
common currencies such as $5, $10 or $20 cash.
Split Tender
Multiple payments can be recorded for a single transaction. Cash, Check, and/or
Misc. tenders can be recorded in any order, as many times as necessary to pay the
entire transaction.
1. Enter items.
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
L1P01
2. Enter amount, press
the first partial
tender ($1 CASH).
TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
L1P01
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$2.00
$3.00
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
TAXES
CASH
0.30
1.00
AMT
4.30
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3. Enter amount, press
the second partial
tender ($1 MISC).
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
L1P01
4. Enter amount, press
the last partial
tender ($5
CHECK).
TAXES
MISC
0.30
1.00
AMT DU
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
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$2.00
$3.00
3.30
$2.00
$3.00
TAXES
CHECK
0.30
5.00
CHANGE
1.70
Operation Sequences • 165
Split Payment
1. Recall the Check.
CHK#
2 BEER
2 WINE
L1P01
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.
CHK#
2 BEER
2 WINE
CHK#
2 BEER
2 WINE
0.54
TOTAL
100/TBL# 2/GST#
9.54
0/EMPLOYEE1
4.00
5.00
TAXES
0.54
TOTAL
100/TBL# 2/GST#
9.54
0/EMPLOYEE1
4.00
5.00
PAYMENT 2 OF 2
AMT DUE
4.77
L1P01
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TAXES
0/EMPLOYEE1
4.00
5.00
PAYMENT 1 OF 2
AMT DUE
$4.77
L1P01
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.
100/TBL# 2/GST#
TAXES
CASH
0.54
5.00
CHANGE
0.23
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4. Enter the payment
for the second
segment, press the
appropriate tender
key (1 0 0 0
CHECK in this
example). The
display indicates
the second
payment. When all
split portions are
paid, the display
prompt is removed.
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CHK#
2 BEER
2 WINE
100/TBL# 2/GST#
TAXES 0.54
CHECK 10.00
0/EMPLOYEE1
4.00
5.00
CHANGE
5.23
Operation Sequences • 167
Tray Subtotal
(Do not to confuse TRAY SUBTOTAL 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.
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
$2.00
$3.00
L1P01
TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
5.30
TAXES
PBAL
0.30
5.30
TOTAL
0.00
L1P01
2. Press TRAY
SUBTL.
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3. Enter additional
items.
1 PLU #4
1 PLU #5
L1P01
4. Press TRAY
SUBTL.
0.54
5.30
TOTAL
9.54
$4.00
$5.00
TAXES
PBAL
0.54
5.30
1 PLU #4
1 PLU #5
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TAXES
PBAL
1 PLU #4
1 PLU #5
L1P01
5. Pay entire sale with
CASH, CHECK or
by one of the
miscellaneous
tender functions
(charge).
$4.00
$5.00
TOTAL
AMT DU
9.54
14.84
$4.00
$5.00
TAXES 0.84
CASH 14.84
Operation Sequences • 169
Foreign Currency Subtotal & Tender
1. Enter items.
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
L1P01
2. Press the
appropriate
conversion key,
which is preprogrammed with
the exchange rate
(in this example, a
Canadian Dollar
worth $0.75 US.)
0.30
TOTAL
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
TAXES 0.30
CANADA$
AMT DUE
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
L1P01
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TAXES
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
L1P01
3. Enter amount
tendered in foreign
currency and press
CASH. Note that
change is computed
in home currency.
$2.00
$3.00
7.07
$2.00
$3.00
TAXES 0.30
CANADA$10.00 CHANGE
2.20
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Food Stamp Subtotal & Tender
Food Stamp options include:
•
The FD/S TEND key can be programmed to forgive tax on items paid for
with food stamps.
•
Food Stamp change of less than $1 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.)
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
F
L1P01
2. Press FD/S
SUBTL.
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
$2.00
$3.00
S
TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
F
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
S
FD/S SUBTL
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FSTAX
0.18
FSTTL
2.00
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3. Enter food stamp
tender amount,
press FD/S TEND.
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
L1P01
4. Pay remainder due
with CASH,
CHECK or by one
of the
miscellaneous
tender functions
(charge).
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
F
$2.00
$3.00
S
TAXES
F
8.00
3.18
$2.00
$3.00
S
CASH
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FS CHG
0.18 AMT DUE
5.00
FS CHG
CHANGE
8.00
1.82
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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 DN or the ↑ or ↓ keys to view the entire recalled
transaction.
•
Press RECEIPT if necessary to print a recalled transaction.
•
Press DONE to exit.
Receipt Issue
Press RECEIPT to print a transaction receipt. If the issue of multiple receipts is
allowed, press RECEIPT 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.
Integrated Payment Operations
Please refer to the separate “Integrated Payment Operator's and Programming
Manual” for credit card payment operation information.
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Operation Sequences • 173
X-Mode Procedures
X-Mode Manager Menu
1. Turn the control
lock to the X
position to display
the X-MODE
MANAGER
MENU.
2. Choose an item
from the menu in
one of two ways:
Type the number
for your choice and
press ENTER.
X-MODE MANAGER MENU
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
MANAGER OPERATION
X REPORTS
TRAINING
SET DATE & TIME
CASH DECLARATION
KEYBOARD & PRICE LEVEL
TIME CLOCK EDIT
EDIT INVENTORY ITEM
EDIT PLU STOCK
DRAWER ASSIGNMENT
DATATRAN OPERATION
ENTER ↑↓
Press the ↑ or ↓
keys to move the
cursor to your
choice and press
ENTER.
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X-Mode Procedures • 175
Manager Operation
Some functions may be programmed to operate only when the register is in Manager
Operation mode.
Manager Control of Functions Inside of a Sales Transaction
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
control lock to the X position to perform the restricted function, and then return the
control lock to the REG position. The indicator MGR will display in the lower left
portion of the display when the register is in manager operation mode.
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
control lock to the X position, select MANAGER OPERATION (by pressing 1, then
ENTER) to perform the restricted function, and then return the control lock to the
REG position. The indicator MGR will display in the lower left portion of the
display when the register is in manager operation mode.
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X Reports
1. Select X REPORTS
from the X MODE
MANAGER
MENU. The XREPORTS screen
displays.
X-REPORTS
REPORT#: 00
•
ENTER REPORT NUMBER AND PRESS ENTER
•
PRESS ENTER TO VIEW THE REPORT LIST
•
PRESS ESC TO RETURN TO THE X-MODE
MANAGER MENU
ESC ENTER
2. If you know the
number of the
report you wish to
generate, type the
number and press
ENTER, then go to
step 8 to select the
report options. Or,
if you wish to select
a report from the
report list, press
ENTER.
X-REPORT LIST
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
u
FINANCIAL
SALES BY TIME PERIOD
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
EMPLOYEES
INDIVIDUAL EMPLOYEE
ESC ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓
SCROLL BAR INDICATOR:
u = MORE INFORMATION
BELOW
t = MORE INFORMATION
ABOVE
v = MORE INFORMATION
ABOVE & BELOW
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3. Press PAGE DN to
view the next page
of the list, press
PAGE UP to move
back up the list.
4. Press the ↑ or ↓
keys to move the
cursor up or down
to a specific report.
X-REPORT LIST
13.
14.
15
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
EMPLOYEE CURRENTLY SIGNED ON
GROUPS BY EMPLOYEE
GROUP
FROM/TO GROUPS
SELECTIVE GROUP
DRAWER TOTALS
DRAWER 1/2/3
LABOR GROUPS
SALES AND LABOR %
DAILY SALES
GROUPS BY TIME PERIODS
EAT-IN BY TIME PERIODS
v
5. Press PAGE DN to
view the next page
of the list, press
PAGE UP to move
back up the list.
X-REPORT LIST
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
v
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ESC ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓
TAKE OUT BY TIME PERIODS
DRIVE THRU BY TIME PERIODS
TRACK 1 BY TIME PERIODS
TRACK 2 BY TIME PERIODS
TRACK 3 BY TIME PERIODS
TRACK 4 BY TIME PERIODS
CHECKS FOR TRACK 1
CHECKS FOR TRACK 2
CHECKS FOR TRACK 3
CHECKS FOR TRACK 4
OPEN CHECK FOR SELECTED EMPLOYEE
OPEN CHECKS FOR CURRENT EMPLOYEE
ESC ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓
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6. Press PAGE DN to
view the next page
of the list, press
PAGE UP to move
back up the list.
X-REPORT LIST
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
OPEN CHECKS FOR TRACK 1,2,3,&4
PRODUCT MIX
PRODUCT PROJECTIONS
STATION TOTALS
ACTIVE EMPLOYEES
TIME KEEPING
DAY SHIFT
INVENTORY
PLU STOCK
STOCK BY PLU RANGE
STOCK BY GROUP
STOCK BY INDIVIDUAL GROUP
v
7. Press ENTER to
view the options
screen for the
selected report.
Or, press ESC to
return to the XMODE MANAGER
MENU.
X-REPORT LIST
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
t
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ESC ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓
STOCK BY GROUP
STOCK BY INDIVIDUAL GROUP
FOOD COST
PLU MINIMUM STOCK
ELECTRONIC JOURNAL
STRING REPORT #1
STRING REPORT #2
STRING REPORT #3
STRING REPORT #4
CUSTOM
PREPOLL
NOT FOUND PLU
ESC ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓
X-Mode Procedures • 179
8. After selecting a report, the X-REPORT OPTIONS screen displays.
CLICK ON THE
ARROW TO SELECT
THE REPORT TYPE.
THE NUMBER OF
REPORT LEVELS
(X2-X5) VARIES BY
MEMORY ALLOCATION
OPTIONS SELECTED ON
THIS SCREEN ARE SAVED
FOR THE NEXT TIME THE
SAME REPORT IS TAKEN
X-REPORT OPTIONS
REPORT#: 1
FINANCIAL
1. REPORT TYPE:
2. IRC OPTIONS
3. REPORT OUTPUT:
DAILY (X1) 8
IRC ALL 8
PRINT 8
ESC ENTER ↑↓ DONE:GENERATE REPORT
CLICK ON THE ARROW TO SELECT
STANDALONE, IRC ALL, OR IRC
SELECTED.
IF IRC SELECTED IS
CHOSEN, THE REGISTER SELECTION
SCREEN DISPLAYS.
CHOOSE PRINT OR
DISPLAY FOR THE
REPORT OUTPUT
9. Press the ↑ or ↓ keys to select a field.
10. The arrow indicates that the selections for the field are made from a pop-up window.
Press ENTER to open the selection window.
11. Press the ↑ or ↓ keys to make your choice, then press ENTER to close the pop-up
window. Your new choice is displayed.
12. After completing selections, press DONE to generate the report, or press ESC to return
to the X-REPORTS screen.
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Top 20 PLUs Report Selection Window
The Report Option window for the Top 20 PLUs Report is different, as there is an
additional option to select the sorting method. This example shows the familiar XREPORT OPTIONS screen with the additional option #4, "SORT BY", available
only on this report.
X-REPORT OPTIONS
SORT BY "COUNT"
(THE DEFAULT
SELECTION) LISTS
THE TOP 20 PLUS
BY SALES
COUNTER.
SELECTING SORT
BY "SALES AMT"
CAUSES THE
REPORT TO
GENERATE THE TOP
20 BY HIGHEST
SALES AMOUNT.
REPORT#: 7
TOP 20 PLUS
1. REPORT TYPE:
(X1)8
2. IRC OPTIONS
ALL8
DAILY
IRC
3. REPORT OUTPUT:
PRINT8
4. SORT BY :
COUNT8
ESC ENTER ↑↓ DONE:GENERATE REPORT
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X-Mode Procedures • 181
Training
Training mode allows operations without updating totals and counters.
Use this option to set the entire register in training mode.
1. Select TRAINING
from the X MODE
MENU.
TRAINING
•
TRAINING MODE
OFF
ON
2. Press the ↑ or ↓
keys to select OFF
or ON, press
ENTER.
3. After selection,
press ESC to exit
the screen.
ESC ENTER
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Set Date & Time
SET DATE & TIME
1. Select SET DATE
& TIME from the
X MODE MENU.
1. TIME: (00:00-23:59)
2. Press the ↑ or ↓
keys to select a
field.
3. DATE PRINT:
MMDDYY8
3. Type the time and
date into the
appropriate fields.
Press ENTER at
the DATE PRINT
field to select the
date print format.
2. DATE:
00:00
TUE
01-01-99
ESC ENTER ↑↓
4. After selection,
press ESC to exit
the screen
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X-Mode Procedures • 183
Cash Declaration
See “Report Options” in the Samsung SPS 1000 Program Manual to make cash
declaration compulsory. If cash declaration is compulsory, the operator must first
enter the cash drawer totals before generating a report that reveals the expected totals.
This procedure helps to ensure accurate cash reporting.
1. Select CASH
DECLARATION
from the X MODE
MENU.
2. Enter an amount,
press the
appropriate tender
key. Repeat to
enter additional
amounts. Running
totals are updated
on the screen.
CASH DECLARATION
CASH
$0.00
CHECK
$0.00
FD/S
$0.00
MISC TEND#
$0.00
TOTAL
$0.00
CASH CHECK FD/S MISC DONE ESC
0.00
If necessary, use the
X/TIME key to
enter quantities of
media, i.e. 5 X/TIME - 25 CASH for five
quarters.
3. After completing all
entries, press
DONE to accept
entries and exit the
screen.
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Keyboard & Price Level
The current keyboard level and/or price levels are set with this program.
1. Select
KEYBOARD &
PRICE LEVEL
from the X MODE
MENU.
KEYBOARD & PRICE LEVEL
KEYBOARD LEVEL: (1-5)
1
PRICE LEVEL: (1-20)
01
L1P01
ESC DONE ENTER ↑↓
2. Press the ↑ or ↓
keys to select
KEYBOARD
LEVEL or PRICE
LEVEL.
3. Enter a new level,
press ENTER.
4. After completing all
entries, press
DONE to accept
entries and exit the
screen.
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X-Mode Procedures • 185
Time Clock Edit
Daily, weekly, or period-to-date time clock errors can be corrected with this function.
Note: Memory must be allocated for Z1-Z5 reports in order to access data for
editing.
1. Select TIME
CLOCK EDIT from
the X MODE
MENU.
2. Choose an item
from the menu in
one of two ways:
Type the number
for your choice and
press ENTER, or
TIME CLOCK EDIT
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
X/Z1
X/Z2
X/Z3
X/Z4
X/Z5
(DAILY) EDIT
EDIT
EDIT
EDIT
EDIT
ESC ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓
Press the ↑ or ↓
keys to move the
cursor to your
choice and press
ENTER.
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X/Z1 (Daily Edit)
The X/Z1 (Daily Edit) function allows you to edit actual punch in/out times for the
day. (After the Z1 TIME KEEPING report is taken, only hours worked totals can be
edited at the Z2-Z5 levels.)
1. Select X/Z1
(DAILY EDIT).
2. At the Employee
Selection window,
select the employee
you wish to edit and
press ENTER.
TIME CLOCK EDIT
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
EMPLOYEE1
EMPLOYEE2
EMPLOYEE3
EMPLOYEE4
EMPLOYEE5
EMPLOYEE6
EMPLOYEE7
EMPLOYEE8
EMPLOYEE9
EMPLOYEE10
ESC ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓
ESC ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓
Note: Press the PAGE UP/PAGE DN keys to view the entire employee list. Only
the number of employees allocated in memory will display.
3. The TIME CLOCK
EDIT X/Z1
(DAILY) screen
displays. Press the
↑, ↓, ←, or → keys
to select the field
you wish to edit.
TIME CLOCK EDIT X/Z1 (DAILY)
#01 EMPLOYEE1
4. Enter new data,
press ENTER.
5. After completing all
entries, press
u
DONE to accept
entries and exit the
screen.
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DATE:
FRIDAY
IN
OUT
00:00 - 00:00
00:00
00:00
00:00
00:00
00:00
00:00
00:00
00:00
TIPS:
7-10-1999
BRK
0
0
0
0
0
JOB#
00
00
00
00
00
JOB NAME
0000000000
ESC DONE ENTER PAGE UP/DN↑↓←→
X-Mode Procedures • 187
X/Z2 to X/Z5 Edit
Note: Memory must be allocated for Z2-Z5 reports in order to access data for
editing.
1. Select X/Z2 EDITX/Z5 EDIT from
the TIME CLOCK
EDIT screen.
2. At the Employee
Selection window,
select the employee
you wish to edit and
press ENTER.
TIME CLOCK EDIT
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
EMPLOYEE1
EMPLOYEE2
EMPLOYEE3
EMPLOYEE4
EMPLOYEE5
EMPLOYEE6
EMPLOYEE7
EMPLOYEE8
EMPLOYEE9
EMPLOYEE10
ESC ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓
ESC ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓
3. The appropriate
TIME CLOCK
EDIT screen
displays. Press the
↑, ↓, ←, or → keys
to select the field
you wish to edit.
TIME CLOCK EDIT X/Z1
#01 EMPLOYEE1
0000:00
0000:00
0000:00
0000:00
0000:00
REG
REG
REG
REG
REG
000000
000000
000000
000000
000000
OT
OT
OT
OT
OT
6. Enter new data,
press ENTER.
TIPS:
0000000000
7. After completing all
entries, press
ESC DONE ENTER PAGE
UP/DN↑↓←→
DONE to accept
entries and exit the
screen.
188 • X-Mode Procedures
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Edit Inventory Item
A menu-explosion type inventory system is set up when PLUs are linked to a recipe.
(See “PLU Status Group” in the Samsung SPS 1000 Program Manual.) Recipes and
their inventory items are set up and maintained from the INGREDIENT
INVENTORY selection on the P-Mode Programming Menu.
Once recipes and inventory items are set up, the EDIT INVENTORY ITEM selection
on the X-MODE MANAGER MENU is used to enter:
•
Actual inventory counts
•
Receipts
•
Transfer in or out from other stores or warehouses
•
Raw waste
The appropriate usage of these functions is essential to controlling inventory by
comparing actual inventory (from a physical inventory count) with actual usage (from
the sales of menu items). The results of this comparison (showing variances) are
available on the Inventory Report.
NOTE: Be careful not to confuse the separate and distinct inventory features of
the SPS 1000:
Recipes and Ingredients (inventory item maintenance is described here.)
Product Mix Groups (see “Product Mix Groups in the Samsung SPS 1000
Program Manual)
PLU Stock (see “PLU Stock” in the Samsung SPS 1000 Program Manual)
SPS 1000 Operation Manual
X-Mode Procedures • 189
1. Select EDIT INVENTORY ITEM from the X-MODE MANAGER MENU. The EDIT
INVENTORY ITEM# screen displays for the first inventory item.
EDIT INVENTORY ITEM#
BUN
1
$
0.115
ACTUAL INVENTORY
RECEIPT
TRANSFER IN
TRANSFER OUT
RAW WASTE
00000.000
00000.000
00000.000
00000.000
00000.000
ESC ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓
2. Enter an inventory item number and press ENTER, or press PAGE UP or PAGE
DOWN until inventory item you wish to maintain is selected.
3. The descriptor and cost of the selected inventory item is displayed. Press the ↑ or ↓ keys
to move the cursor to the field you wish to edit.
4. Enter an inventory quantity and press ENTER. Note that inventory can be entered in
decimal units. For example, to enter 12 whole units, type 1, 2, Decimal, or type 1, 2, 0,
0, 0, then press ENTER.
5. Select another inventory item to maintain, or press ESC to exit.
Inventory Maintenance Tip:
Frequently, the operator will enter physical inventory or receipts for many items at the
same time. After editing a field for the first item, press PAGE DOWN. The cursor will
remain on the same field for the next item.
190 • X-Mode Procedures
SPS 1000 Operation Manual
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. (Note that if multiplication or decimal
multiplication is used when the PLU is registered, the resulting quantity of activity
will subtract from the stock counter. Stock is maintained in increments to the second
decimal position, i.e. “X.XX”.)
PLU stock applies only to PLUs that are assigned to a PLU status group with the
STOCK PLU? setting set to Y (See "PLU Status Group" in the Program Manual.)
Select EDIT PLU STOCK from the X MODE MANAGER MENU to maintain stock
levels on PLUs selected for stock unit inventory. (PLU Stock can also be maintained
from the P-MODE PROGRAMMING MENU.)
SPS 1000 Operation Manual
X-Mode Procedures • 191
1. Select PLU STOCK
from the X-MODE
MANAGER
MENU to display
the PLU STOCK
MENU screen.
PLU STOCK MENU
L1
1. ADD
2. OVERRIDE
3. SUBTRACT
2. Choose ADD,
OVERRIDE or
SUBTRACT and
press ENTER.
ESC ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓
3. Select the PLU to
be programmed by
entering the number
or pressing the PLU
key on the
keyboard.
PLU#00000000000000 STOCK(ADD)
•
PRESS THE PLU TO BE PROGRAMMED
OR
•
ENTER THE PLU NUMBER AND PRESS ENTER
OR
•
ENTER THE PLU NUMBER AND PRESS PLU#
PLU# ESC ENTER INDIVIDUAL PLU
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4. The screen displays
stock for first PLU.
Enter the number of
the PLU you wish
to edit, or press the
PAGE UP or
PAGE DN keys
until the PLU you
wish to edit is
viewed on the
screen.
5. Press the ↓ key to
move the cursor to
the stock field.
PLU#00000000000001 STOCK(ADD)
DESCRIPTOR :
STOCK
PLU1
0.00
PLU# ESC Y/N ENT PAGE UP/DN
↑↓←→
6. Enter a value
assuming a two
digit decimal
position (i.e. enter
2000 to display
20.00 for 20 units.)
Press ENTER or ↓
to a set the entry
and advance the
cursor to the next
PLU.
SPS 1000 Operation Manual
X-Mode Procedures • 193
Drawer Assignment
Drawer Assignment allows you to choose the cash drawer that will open for each
employee. If you connect optional multiple drawers, you can select the employee or
employees that will work out of each drawer. You can also choose not to assign a
drawer for an employee. In that case, the employee cannot perform register functions
that would normally open the drawer, such as cash transactions or checks paid
operations.
1. Select DRAWER
ASSIGNMENT
from the X-MODE
MANAGER
MENU to display
the DRAWER
ASSIGNMENT
PROGRAMMING
screen.
2. Type the
EMPLOYEE
number and press
ENTER, or press
PAGE UP or
PAGE DN to scroll
to the Employee
you wish to
program.
DRAWER ASSIGNMENT PROGRAMMING
EMPLOYEE#
L1
01
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
↑↓←→
3. Press ↓ to move the
cursor to the next
field, then type the
digit representing
the drawer you wish
to assign (where
zero means only
posting allowed.)
4. Press ESC to exit
the DRAWER
ASSIGNMENT
PROGRAMMING
screen.
194 • X-Mode Procedures
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DataTran Operation
1. Choose
DATATRAN
OPERATION from
the X-Mode menu.
2. Select the
appropriate
operation. Refer to
the separate
“Integrated
Paymnet Operator’s
and Programming
Manual” for credit
card payment
operation
information.
SPS 1000 Operation Manual
DATATRAN OPERATION
L1
1. INITAILIZE EFT
2. OPEN BATCH
3. CLOSE CURRENT BATCH
4. CLEAR CURRENT BATCH
5. CHANGE BATCH NUMBER
6. ISSUE LOCAL TOTAL
7. ISSUE LOCAL TRANSACTION
8. ISSUE LOCAL BATCH STATUS
9. ENABLE DIAL IN LOAD
10.ENABLE DIAL OUT LOAD
11.GRATUITY ENTRY
t
ESC Y/N ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓←→
X-Mode Procedures • 195
196 • X-Mode Procedures
SPS 1000 Operation Manual
Reports & Balancing
Report Table
The following table summarizes all of the SPS-1000 reports, the mode in which they
are available and whether the report is available from an individual register or from a
group of registers through IRC.
Report Number/Name
Mode Available
Individual/IRC
1. Financial
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
2. Sales By Time Period
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
3. All PLUs
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
4. From/To PLUs
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
5. PLUs By Group
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
6. PLUs By Group For Selected Group
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
7. Top 20 PLUs
X1 - X5
Individual/IRC
8. PLU Zero Sales
X1 - X5
Individual/IRC
9. PLU Zero Sales By Group
X1 - X5
Individual/IRC
10. PLU Sales By Price Level
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
11. Employees
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
12. Individual Employee
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
13. Employee Currently Signed On
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
14. Groups by Employee
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
15. Groups
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
16. From/To Groups
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
17. Selective Group
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
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Reports & Balancing • 197
Report Number/Name
Mode Available
Individual/IRC
18. Drawer Totals
X1 - X5
Individual/IRC
19. Drawer 1/2/3
X1 - X5
Individual/IRC
20. Labor Groups
X1/Z1-X2/Z2
IRC
21. Sales and Labor %
X1 - X5
IRC
22. Daily Sales
X/Z
Individual/IRC
23. Groups By Time Periods
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
24. Eat-In By Time Periods
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
25. Take Out By Time Periods
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
26. Drive Thru By Time Periods
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
27. Track 1 By Time Periods
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
28. Track 2 By Time Periods
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
29. Track 3 By Time Periods
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
30. Track 4 By Time Periods
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
31. Open Check For Track 1
X/Z
IRC
32. Open Check For Track 2
X/Z
IRC
33. Open Check For Track 3
X/Z
IRC
34. Open Check For Track 4
X/Z
IRC
35. Open Check For Selected Employee
X/Z
IRC
36. Open Check For Current Employee
X/Z
IRC
37. Open Check For Track 1,2,3,&4
X/Z
IRC
38. Product Mix
X1/Z1 - X2/Z2
Individual/IRC
39. Product Projections
X
Individual/IRC
40. Station Totals
X/Z
IRC
41. Active Employees
X
Individual/IRC
42. Time Keeping
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
IRC*
43. Day Shift
X/Z
Individual/IRC
44. Inventory
X/Z
IRC
45. PLU Stock
X/Z
Individual/IRC
46. Stock by PLU Range
X/Z
Individual/IRC
47. Stock by Group
X/Z
Individual/IRC
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Report Number/Name
Mode Available
Individual/IRC
48. Stock by Individual Group
X/Z
Individual/IRC
49. Food Cost
X/Z
IRC
50. PLU Minimum Stock
X/Z
IRC
51. Electronic Journal
X/Z
Individual
52. String Report #1
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
53. String Report #2
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
54. String Report #3
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
55. String Report #4
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
56. Custom
X1 - X5
Individual/IRC
57. Prepoll
X1/Z1 - X5/Z5
Individual/IRC
58. Not Found PLU
XI/Z1
Individual/IRC
* Although Time Keeping reports reside in a designated register, and they are not
consolidated, Time Keeping reports should be available at any from any register
though IRC communication.
SPS 1000 Operation Manual
Reports & Balancing • 199
Z-Reports
1. Turn the control
lock to the Z
position to display
the Z-REPORTS
screen.
Z-REPORTS
REPORT#: 00
ENTER REPORT NUMBER AND PRESS ENTER
•
PRESS ENTER TO VIEW THE REPORT LIST
ENTER
2. If you know the
number of the
report you wish to
generate, type the
number and press
ENTER, then go to
step 6 to select the
report options. Or,
if you wish to select
a report from the
report list, press
ENTER.
Z-REPORT LIST
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
u
FINANCIAL
SALES BY TIME PERIOD
ALL PLUS
FROM/TO PLUS
PLUS BY GROUP
PLUS BY GROUP FOR SELECTED GROUP
PLU SALES BY PRICE LEVEL
EMPLOYEES
INDIVIDUAL EMPLOYEE
EMPLOYEE CURRENTLY SIGNED ON
GROUPS BY EMPLOYEE
GROUPS
ESC ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓
SCROLL BAR INDICATOR:
u = MORE INFORMATION
BELOW
t = MORE INFORMATION
ABOVE
v = MORE INFORMATION
ABOVE & BELOW
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3. Press PAGE DN to
view the next page
of the list, press
PAGE UP to move
back up the list.
4. Press the ↑ or ↓
keys to move the
cursor up or down
to a specific report.
Z-REPORT LIST
16.
17.
20.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
FROM/TO GROUPS
SELECTIVE GROUP
LABOR GROUPS
DAILY SALES
GROUPS BY TIME PERIODS
EAT-IN BY TIME PERIODS
TAKE OUT BY TIME PERIODS
DRIVE THRU BY TIME PERIODS
TRACK 1 BY TIME PERIODS
TRACK 2 BY TIME PERIODS
TRACK 3 BY TIME PERIODS
TRACK 4 BY TIME PERIODS
v
5. Press PAGE DN to
view the next page
of the list, press
PAGE UP to move
back up the list.
Z-REPORT LIST
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
40.
42.
43.
44.
v
SPS 1000 Operation Manual
ESC ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓
CHECKS FOR TRACK 1
CHECKS FOR TRACK 2
CHECKS FOR TRACK 3
CHECKS FOR TRACK 4
OPEN CHECK FOR SELECTED EMPLOYEE
OPEN CHECKS FOR CURRENT EMPLOYEE
OPEN CHECKS FOR TRACK 1,2,3,&4
PRODUCT MIX
STATION STOTAL
TIME KEEPING
DAY SHIFT
INVENTORY
ESC ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓
Reports & Balancing • 201
6. Press PAGE DN to
view the next page
of the list, press
PAGE UP to move
back up the list.
Z-REPORT LIST
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
PLU STOCK
STOCK BY PLU RANGE
STOCK BY GROUP
STOCK BY INDIVIDUAL GROUP
FOOD COST
PLU MINIMUM STOCK
ELECTRONIC JOURNAL
STRING REPORT #1
STRING REPORT #2
STRING REPORT #3
STRING REPORT #4
CUSTOM REPORT
v
7. Press ENTER to
view the options
screen for the
selected report.
Alternatively, press
ESC to return to the
Z REPORT MENU.
Z-REPORT LIST
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
t
202 • Reports & Balancing
ESC ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓
STOCK BY GROUP
STOCK BY INDIVIDUAL GROUP
FOOD COST
PLU MINIMUM STOCK
ELECTRONIC JOURNAL
STRING REPORT #1
STRING REPORT #2
STRING REPORT #3
STRING REPORT #4
CUSTOM REPORT
PREPOLL
NOT FOUND PLU
ESC ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓
SPS 1000 Operation Manual
8. After selecting a report, the Z-REPORT OPTIONS screen displays.
CLICK ON THE ARROW TO
SELECT THE REPORT TYPE.
THE NUMBER OF REPORT
LEVELS (X2-X5) VARIES
BY MEMORY ALLOCATION
OPTIONS SELECTED ON
THIS SCREEN ARE SAVED
FOR THE NEXT TIME THE
SAME REPORT IS TAKEN
Z-REPORT OPTIONS
REPORT#: 1
FINANCIAL
DAILY (Z1) 8
1. REPORT TYPE:
IRC ALL 8
2. IRC OPTIONS
PRINT 8
3. REPORT OUTPUT:
ESC ENTER ↑↓ DONE:GENERATE REPORT
CLICK ON THE ARROW TO SELECT
STANDALONE, IRC ALL, OR IRC
SELECTED.
IF IRC SELECTED IS
CHOSEN, THE REGISTER SELECTION
SCREEN DISPLAYS.
CHOOSE PRINT OR
DISPLAY FOR THE
REPORT OUTPUT
9. Press the ↑ or ↓ keys to select a field.
10. The arrow indicates that the selections for the field are made from a pop-up window.
Press ENTER to open the selection window.
11. Press the ↑ or ↓ keys to make your choice, then press ENTER to close the pop-up
window. Your new choice is displayed.
12. After completing selections, press DONE to generate the report, or press ESC to return
to the X-REPORTS screen.
13. If the system option "CONFIRM PRINTING BEFORE RESETTING TOTALS ON Z" is
selected, then the following message will display upon completion of each Z report.
Z REPORT COMPLETED
SUCCESSFULLY.
DO YOU WISH TO RESET
TOTALS?
PRESS DONE TO RESET AND
END THIS REPORT
PRESS ESC TO EXIT REPORT
WITHOUT RESETTING TOTALS
SPS 1000 Operation Manual
Reports & Balancing • 203
Balancing Formulas
+/=
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
=
+/=
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
=
204 • Reports & Balancing
NET SALES
PLU Sales Total
Tax 1 Amount
Tax 2 Amount
Tax 3 Amount
Tax 4 Amount
Tax 5 Amount
Tax 6 Amount
Item Coupon Total (when NET=N)
Item Percentage Discount (when NET=N)
Sale Coupon Amounts
Sale Percentage Discounts
Sale Surcharge Amounts
Net Sales
GROSS SALES
Net Sales
Negative PLU Total
Item Coupon Total (when NET=Y)
Item Percentage Discount (when NET=Y)
Sale Coupon Amounts
Sale Percentage Discounts
Credit Tax 1
Credit Tax 2
Credit Tax 3
Credit Tax 4
Credit Tax 5
Credit Tax 6
Merchandise Return
VOID Position Total
Gross Sales
SPS 1000 Operation Manual
Sample Reports
Financial Report
THE BEST
RESTURANT
DATE
01/13/2000
FINANCIAL REPORT
X1 REPORT
DESCRIPTOR
THU
0001
COUNT
TOTAL
+PLU LVL1 TTL
249
$1440.74
-PLU LVL1 TTL
1
-1.01
+PLU LVL2 TTL
3
$3.06
-PLU LVL2 TTL
1
-1.02
+PLU LVL3 TTL
1
$1.03
+PLU LVL4 TTL
4
$4.00
+PLU LVL5 TTL
1
$1.05
+PLU LVL6 TTL
2
$4.12
+PLU LVL7 TTL
1
$2.07
-PLU LVL8 TTL
1
-2.08
+PLU LVL9 TTL
1
$2.09
+PLU LVL10 TTL
1
$2.10
+PLU LVL13 TTL
3
$9.39
-PLU LVL13 TTL
1
-3.13
+PLU LVL14 TTL
2
$6.28
+PLU LVL15 TTL
1
$3.15
-PLU LVL15 TTL
1
-3.15
+PLU LVL16 TTL
3
$12.48
-PLU LVL16 TTL
2
-8.32
+PLU LVL17 TTL
1
$4.17
-PLU LVL17 TTL
1
-4.17
ADJST TTL
281
$1472.85
---------------------------------------NON-TAX
$171.20
TAX1 SALES
$34.38
TAX2 SALES
$313.02
TAX3 SALES
$329.00
TAX4 SALES
$256.00
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Sample Reports • 205
TAX5 SALES
TAX6 SALES
$288.00
$90.00
TAX1
TAX2
TAX3
TAX4
TAX5
TAX6
$2.08
$15.57
$9.45
$92.80
$130.50
$36.00
XMPTAX1 SALES
$3.00
XMPTAX2 SALES
$30.00
XMPTAX3 SALES
$14.00
XMPTAX4 SALES
$24.00
XMPTAX5 SALES
$27.00
XMPTAX6 SALES
$30.00
---------------------------------------% 1
1
-0.50
% 2
1
-0.21
% 3
3
$6.15
% 4
1
-0.75
% 5
1
-0.16
% 6
1
-0.66
% 7
1
-0.77
% 8
2
-1.76
% 10
1
-0.10
NET SALES
79
$1761.40
---------------------------------------CREDIT TAX1
1
-0.13
CREDIT TAX2
1
-0.33
CREDIT TAX3
1
-0.21
CREDIT TAX4
1
-3.20
CREDIT TAX6
1
-6.00
FOOD STMP CREDIT
MDSE RETURN
ERROR CORRECT
PREVIOUS VOID
TRANS VOID
CANCEL
$0.88
7
1
1
2
1
-40.00
-1.01
-1.00
-63.88
$71.00
GROSS SALES
$1858.94
---------------------------------------CASH SALES
63
$1354.03
CHECK SALES
2
$32.13
R/A 1
1
$20.00
R/A 2
1
$204.49
P/O 1
1
-16.51
P/O 5
1
-85.00
HASH TOTAL
4
$44.00
AUDACTION
5
-59.40
NO SALE/NON-ADD#
2
0
---------------------------------------CASH-IN-DRAWER
$1322.58
CHECK-IN-DRAWER
5
$83.82
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FD/S-IN-DRAWER
1
$51.00
MISC1 TEND
MISC2 TEND
MISC3 TEND
MISC4 TEND
MISC5 TEND
MISC6 TEND
MISC7 TEND
MISC16 TEND
1
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
$28.29
$135.79
$60.47
$63.47
$2.03
$12.66
-2.13
$35.90
DRAWER1 TOTAL
$550.36
DRAWER2 TOTAL
$282.92
DRAWER3 TOTAL
$960.60
---------------------------------------PROMO
1
-8.00
WASTE
3
$17.01
TRAINING TOTAL
CHECKS PAID
SERVICE
COUPON SALES
1
4
7
7
$4.18
$79.69
$170.19
-4.54
---------------------------------------GRAND TOTAL(NEG)
-86.76
GRAND TOTAL(NET)
$1761.40
GRAND TOTAL(GROSS)
$1858.94
NO.000143 REG 01 ETHAN
TIME 09:00
THANK YOU!
.
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Sample Reports • 207
Sales By Time Period
THE BEST
RESTURANT
DATE
01/13/2000
SALES BY TIME PERIOD REPORT
X1 REPORT
TIME PERIOD
09:45
10:00
10:30
10:45
11:00
11:15
12:45
13:00
13:15
13:45
14:15
14:30
14:45
-
THU
0001
#/CUSTOMERS
TOTAL
2
1
1
12
12
6
-1
17
6
3
8
2
10
$3.03
$16.90
$1.01
$237.01
$6.86
$130.10
-26.16
$554.52
$211.85
$57.86
$215.02
$47.16
$306.24
79
$1761.40
TIME 09:01
09:59
10:14
10:44
10:59
11:14
11:29
12:59
13:14
13:29
13:59
14:29
14:44
14:59
TOTAL
NO.000144 REG 01 ETHAN
THANK YOU!
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PLU
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
THE BEST
RESTURANT
Whole unit reporting if there is
no decimal activity.
DATE
01/13/2000
ALL PLUS REPORT
THU
X1 REPORT
Total/Counter capacity varies
by memory allocation.
Counters: 6-8 digits
Totals: 8-10 digits
ITEM
0001
PROMO
GROUP#
WASTE
COUNT
0
01/00/00
1
40
00000000000001
41
2.70%
$39.86
0
02/00/00
0
5
00000000000002
5
0.70%
$10.38
0
03/00/00
0
6
00000000000003
6
1.27%
$18.82
0
04/00/00
0
4
00000000000004
4
1.13%
$16.65
0
01/00/00
0
24
00000000000005
24
1.62%
$24.00
0
01/00/00
0
52
00000000000006
52
21.18%
$312.00
PLU1
PLU2
PLU3
PLU4
PLU5
PLU6
SPS 1000 Operation Manual
USAGE
PLU#/%
TOTAL
Sample Reports • 209
PLU7
0
01/00/00
1
47
00000000000007
48
22.33%
$329.00
1
01/00/00
0
31
00000000000008
32
16.83%
$248.00
0
01/00/00
1
32
00000000000009
33
19.55%
$288.00
0
01/00/00
0
9
00000000000010
9
6.10%
$90.00
0
01/00/00
0
4
00000000000011
4
2.98%
$44.00
0
01/00/00
0
6
00000000000012
6
5.10%
$75.18
0
13/00/00
0
10
00000000000013
10
$0.00
0
14/00/00
0
2
00000000000014
2
-2.03
0
01/00/00
0
1
00000000000015
1
-2.08
0
01/00/00
0
2
00000000000016
2
-6.28
0
01/00/00
0
3
00000000000017
3
-12.49
PLU8
PLU9
PLU10
PLU11
[H]
PLU12
PLU13
PLU14
PLU15
PLU16
PLU17
TOTAL
1
3
278
NO.000145 REG 01 ETHAN
282
$1473.01
TIME 09:02
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Employees
Individual Employee
Employee Currently Signed On
Active Employee
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EMPLOYEES REPORT
X1 REPORT
EMPLOYEE #1
THU
0001
ETHAN
DESCRIPTOR
COUNT
TOTAL
NET SALES
NON-TAX
TAX1 SALES
TAX2 SALES
TAX3 SALES
TAX4 SALES
TAX5 SALES
TAX6 SALES
14
$397.88
$27.51
$15.26
$84.00
$63.00
$32.00
$72.00
$30.00
TAX1
$1.01
TAX2
$4.62
TAX3
$1.89
TAX4
$12.80
TAX5
$36.00
TAX6
$18.00
---------------------------------------EAT IN SALES
1
$26.16
TAKE OUT SALES
1
$25.62
% 2
1
-0.21
GROSS SALES
$398.09
---------------------------------------CASH SALES
11
$305.04
R/A 2
1
$204.49
P/O 1
1
-16.51
HASH TOTAL
1
$11.00
---------------------------------------CASH-IN-DRAWER
11
$354.47
CHECK-IN-DRAWER
2
$43.19
MISC2 TEND
1
$95.36
MISC3 TEND
1
$55.31
MISC5 TEND
1
$2.03
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DRAWER1 TOTAL
CHECKS PAID
SERVICE
ESTIMATED TIPS
2
3
$550.36
$58.75
$94.25
$59.68
DESCRIPTOR
COUNT
TOTAL
NET SALES
NON-TAX
TAX1 SALES
TAX2 SALES
TAX3 SALES
TAX4 SALES
TAX5 SALES
TAX6 SALES
13
$310.00
$6.21
$2.06
$18.00
$77.00
$32.00
$63.00
$40.00
EMPLOYEE #2
ZACHARY
TAX1
$0.13
TAX2
$0.99
TAX3
$2.31
TAX4
$12.80
TAX5
$31.50
TAX6
$24.00
---------------------------------------EAT IN SALES
4
$77.53
TAKE OUT SALES
2
$88.50
DRIVE THRU SALES
4
$112.65
GROSS SALES
$314.16
---------------------------------------CASH SALES
11
$251.01
AUDACTION
1
-1.97
NO SALE/NON-ADD#
1
0
---------------------------------------CASH-IN-DRAWER
11
$251.01
MISC2 TEND
1
$31.91
DRAWER2 TOTAL
$282.92
SERVICE
1
$27.08
ESTIMATED TIPS
$46.50
EMPLOYEE #3
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GALILEO
DESCRIPTOR
COUNT
TOTAL
NET SALES
NON-TAX
TAX1 SALES
TAX2 SALES
TAX3 SALES
TAX4 SALES
TAX5 SALES
TAX6 SALES
52
$1053.52
$137.48
$17.06
$211.02
$189.00
$192.00
$153.00
$20.00
SPS 1000 Operation Manual
TAX1
TAX2
TAX3
TAX4
TAX5
TAX6
$0.94
$9.96
$5.25
$67.20
$63.00
-6.00
XMPTAX1 SALES
$3.00
XMPTAX2 SALES
$30.00
XMPTAX3 SALES
$14.00
XMPTAX4 SALES
$24.00
XMPTAX5 SALES
$27.00
XMPTAX6 SALES
$30.00
---------------------------------------EAT IN SALES
1
$28.99
TAKE OUT SALES
1
$23.86
DRIVE THRU SALES
1
$28.93
---------------------------------------% 1
1
-0.50
% 3
3
$6.15
% 4
1
-0.75
% 5
1
-0.16
% 6
1
-0.66
% 7
1
-0.77
% 8
2
-1.76
% 10
1
-0.10
---------------------------------------CREDIT TAX1
1
-0.13
CREDIT TAX2
1
-0.33
CREDIT TAX3
1
-0.21
CREDIT TAX4
1
-3.20
CREDIT TAX6
1
-6.00
FOOD STMP CREDIT
MDSE RETURN
ERROR CORRECT
PREVIOUS VOID
TRANS VOID
CANCEL
$0.88
7
1
1
2
1
-40.00
-1.01
-1.00
-63.88
$71.00
GROSS SALES
$1190.69
---------------------------------------CASH SALES
41
$797.98
CHECK SALES
2
$32.13
R/A 1
1
$20.00
P/O 5
1
-85.00
HASH TOTAL
3
$33.00
AUDACTION
4
-57.43
NO SALE/NON-ADD#
1
0
---------------------------------------CASH-IN-DRAWER
41
$717.10
CHECK-IN-DRAWER
3
$40.63
F/S-IN-DRAWER
1
$51.00
MISC1
MISC2
MISC3
MISC4
SPS 1000 Operation Manual
TEND
TEND
TEND
TEND
1
2
1
1
$28.29
$8.52
$5.16
$63.47
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MISC6 TEND
1
$12.66
MISC7 TEND
1
-2.13
MISC16 TEND
1
$35.90
DRAWER3 TOTAL
$960.60
---------------------------------------PROMO
1
-8.00
WASTE
3
$17.01
CHECKS PAID
2
$20.94
SERVICE
3
$48.86
ESTIMATED TIPS
$158.02
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Group
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GROUPS REPORT
THU
X1 REPORT
# DESCRIPTOR
01
02
03
04
13
14
STUFF
GROUP2
GROUP3
GROUP4
GROUP13
GROUP14
0001
COUNT
TOTAL
%
254
5
6
4
10
2
$1429.19
$10.38
$18.82
$16.65
$0.00
-2.03
97.02
0.70
1.27
1.13
GROUP TOTAL
281
NO.000148 REG 01 ETHAN
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Sample Reports • 215
Drawer Totals
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DRAWER TOTALS REPORT
THU
X1 REPORT
DESCRIPTOR
COUNT
TOTAL
R/A 1
R/A 2
P/O 1
P/O 5
CASH-IN-DRAWER
CHECK-IN-DRAWER
FD/S-IN-DRAWER
1
1
1
1
5
1
$20.00
$204.49
-16.51
-85.00
$1322.58
$83.82
$51.00
MISC1 TEND
MISC2 TEND
MISC3 TEND
MISC4 TEND
MISC5 TEND
MISC6 TEND
MISC7 TEND
MISC16 TEND
1
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
$28.29
$135.79
$60.47
$63.47
$2.03
$12.66
-2.13
$35.90
COUPON SALES
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-4.54
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Labor Groups
DATE
02/04/2000
LABOR GROUPS REPORT
X1 REPORT
DESCRIPTOR
OWNER
MANAGER
COUNTER
KITCHEN
TOTAL TIME WORKED
AVG. DAILY LABOR COST
NO.000228 REG 01 ETHAN
DATE
02/04/2000
SPS 1000 Operation Manual
FRI
IRC REG#01
0001
HOURS/MINUTES
4.16
4.00
12.00
4.00
24.16
$
2.57
TIME 12:03
FRI
Sample Reports • 217
Sales and Labor %
SALES AND LABOR % REPORT
IRC REG#01
X1 REPORT
0001
TIME PERIOD / ITEM
09:00 - 09:14
CUST:
HRS LBR:
6
0.56
LABOR$/CUST:
SALES/MANHOUR:
09:15 - 09:29
CUST:
HRS LBR:
4
0.56
LABOR$/CUST:
SALES/MANHOUR:
09:30 - 09:44
CUST:
HRS LBR:
5
0.56
LABOR$/CUST:
SALES/MANHOUR:
09:45 - 09:59
CUST:
HRS LBR:
3
0.56
LABOR$/CUST:
SALES/MANHOUR:
10:00 - 10:14
CUST:
HRS LBR:
5
0.56
LABOR$/CUST:
SALES/MANHOUR:
10:15 - 10:29
CUST:
HRS LBR:
4
0.56
LABOR$/CUST:
SALES/MANHOUR:
218 • Sample Reports
NET SALES:
$
52.07
AVG/CUST:
$
8.67
LABOR COST:
$
5.42
%/NET SALES:
17.94%
$
0.90
$
0.00
NET SALES:
$
35.41
AVG/CUST:
$
8.85
LABOR COST:
$
5.42
%/NET SALES:
12.20%
$
1.35
$
0.00
NET SALES:
$
65.19
AVG/CUST:
$
13.03
LABOR COST:
$
5.42
%/NET SALES:
22.46%
$
1.08
$
0.00
NET SALES:
$
51.08
AVG/CUST:
$
17.02
LABOR COST:
$
5.42
%/NET SALES:
17.60%
$
1.80
$
0.00
NET SALES:
$
43.73
AVG/CUST:
$
8.74
LABOR COST:
$
5.42
%/NET SALES:
15.06%
$
1.08
$
0.00
NET SALES:
$
41.49
AVG/CUST:
$
10.37
LABOR COST:
$
5.42
%/NET SALES:
14.29%
$
1.35
$
0.00
SPS 1000 Operation Manual
23:15 - 23:29
CUST:
HRS LBR:
1
0.00
NET SALES:
AVG/CUST:
LABOR COST:
%/NET SALES:
LABOR$/CUST:
SALES/MANHOUR:
TOTAL
CUST:
HRS LBR:
28
5.36
LABOR$/CUST:
SALES/MANHOUR:
1.23
1.23
0.00
0.42%
$
0.00
$
0.00
NET SALES:
$
290.20
AVG/CUST:
$
10.36
LABOR COST:
$
32.52
%/NET SALES:
100.00%
$
1.16
$
58.04
NO.000260 REG 01 ETHAN
DATE
02/04/2000
SPS 1000 Operation Manual
$
$
$
TIME 10:16
FRI
Sample Reports • 219
Daily Sales
THE BEST
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DATE
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DAILY SALES REPORT
X2 REPORT
THU
0001
DAY
COUNT
TOTAL
12
13
79
15
$1761.40
$310.28
TOTAL
NO.000182 REG 01 ETHAN
94
$2071.68
TIME 09:30
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Groups By Time Period
Reporting for each time period and each group. (Selected groups and periods shown
here to provide format.)
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GROUPS BY TIME PERIODS REPORT
X1 REPORT
TIME PERIOD
SPS 1000 Operation Manual
THU
0001
COUNT
09:45-09:59
DESCRIPTOR
STUFF
3
10:00-10:14
DESCRIPTOR
STUFF
GROUP2
GROUP4
8
10:30-10:44
DESCRIPTOR
STUFF
1
10:45-10:59
DESCRIPTOR
STUFF
GROUP2
GROUP3
GROUP4
GROUP13
54
11:00-11:14
DESCRIPTOR
STUFF
GROUP2
GROUP3
GROUP4
GROUP14
20
11:15-11:29
DESCRIPTOR
STUFF
GROUP2
GROUP3
20
TOTAL AV/TRNS
$3.03
COUNT
3
1.01
TOTAL
$3.03
$16.63
COUNT
4
2
2
2.07
TOTAL
$4.14
$4.16
$8.33
$1.01
1.01
TOTAL
$1.01
COUNT
1
$203.22
3.76
COUNT
TOTAL
42
$193.87
1
$2.06
1
$3.13
1
$4.16
9
$0.00
$8.08
0.40
TOTAL
-2.38
$2.06
$6.27
$4.16
-2.03
$102.26
COUNT
18
1
1
5.11
TOTAL
$97.02
$2.10
$3.14
COUNT
14
1
2
1
2
Sample Reports • 221
12:45-12:59
DESCRIPTOR
STUFF
-3
13:00-13:14
DESCRIPTOR
STUFF
GROUP3
77
$488.30
6.34
COUNT
TOTAL
76
$485.17
1
$3.13
13:15-13:29
DESCRIPTOR
STUFF
GROUP13
26
$173.06
6.65
COUNT
TOTAL
25
$173.06
1
$0.00
13:45-13:59
DESCRIPTOR
STUFF
7
14:15-14:29
DESCRIPTOR
STUFF
26
14:30-14:44
DESCRIPTOR
STUFF
GROUP3
5
14:45-14:59
DESCRIPTOR
STUFF
37
TOTAL
281
-21.00
COUNT
-3
$42.00
COUNT
7
TOTAL
-21.00
6.00
TOTAL
$42.00
$179.01
6.88
COUNT
TOTAL
26
$179.01
$32.16
COUNT
4
1
6.43
TOTAL
$29.01
$3.15
$246.00
6.64
COUNT
TOTAL
37
$246.00
$1473.76
NO.000152 REG 01 ETHAN
5.24
TIME 09:08
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Eat-In By Time Periods
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EAT-IN BY TIME PERIODS REPORT
THU
X1 REPORT
TIME PERIOD
0001
#/CUSTOMERS
TOTAL
14:15 - 14:29
14:30 - 14:44
14:45 - 14:59
3
1
2
$83.07
$4.16
$45.45
TOTAL
NO.000153 REG 01 ETHAN
6
$132.68
TIME 09:10
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TAKE OUT BY TIME PERIODS REPORT
X1 REPORT
TIME PERIOD
THU
0001
#/CUSTOMERS
TOTAL
14:15 - 14:29
14:30 - 14:44
14:45 - 14:59
2
1
1
$49.48
$43.00
$45.50
TOTAL
NO.000154 REG 01 ETHAN
4
$137.98
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Drive Thru By Time Periods
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THU
DRIVE THRU BY TIME PERIODS REPORT
X1 REPORT
TIME PERIOD
0001
#/CUSTOMERS
TOTAL
14:15 - 14:29
14:45 - 14:59
3
2
$82.47
$59.11
TOTAL
NO.000155 REG 01 ETHAN
5
$141.58
TIME 09:10
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Track By Time Periods
Track 1 By Time Periods
Track 2 By Time Periods
Track 3 By Time Periods
Track 4 By Time Periods
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TRACK 1 BY TIME PERIODS REPORT
X1 REPORT
TIME PERIOD
THU
0001
#/CUSTOMERS
TOTAL
13:00 - 13:14
14:45 - 14:59
2
2
$20.94
$58.75
TOTAL
NO.000156 REG 01 ETHAN
4
$79.69
TIME 09:11
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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 CHECK FOR TRACK 1 REPORT
X1 REPORT
TBL#
CHECK#
0001
0000000003
0005
0000000004
0044
0000000005
0008
0000000006
0000
0000000007
0000
0000000008
0000
0000000009
TRACK#1 TOTAL
0001
G# EMPLOYEE
TOTAL
IRC REG#01
10:27
$
22.72
10:27
$
44.95
10:28
$
10.63
10:28
$
13.80
10:28
$
46.59
10:28
$
6.71
10:28
[T]
$
10.63
$
156.03
3
ETHAN
2
ETHAN
1
ZACHARY
2
ZACHARY
0
GALILEO
0
GALILEO
0
ORION
NO.000275 REG 01 ZACHARY
DATE
02/04/2000
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TIME
TIME 10:31
FRI
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Product Mix
DATE
02/07/2000
PRODUCT MIX REPORT
CONSOLIDATED
(01) (02)
MON
Z1 REPORT
PRODUCT/TIME
0003
UNIT#PC
COUNT
TOTAL
ORIGINAL
(HEAD)
---------------------------------------11:00-11:59
0015#004
124
$
172.98
12:00-12:59
0021#002
170
$
237.15
13:00-13:59
0027#004
220
$
306.90
TOTAL
0064#002
514
$
717.03
EXTRA CRISPY (HEAD)
---------------------------------------11:00-11:59
0033#006
270
$
341.10
12:00-12:59
0031#007
255
$
322.15
13:00-13:59
0046#007
375
$
473.75
TOTAL
0112#004
900 $
1137.00
ALL CHICKEN
(HEAD)
---------------------------------------11:00-11:59
0049#002
394
$
514.08
12:00-12:59
0053#001
425
$
559.30
13:00-13:59
0074#003
595
$
780.65
TOTAL
0176#006
NO.000301 REG 01 ETHAN
SPS 1000 Operation Manual
1414 $
1854.03
TIME 13:03
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Product Projections
DATE
03/28/2000
PRODUCT PROJECTIONS REPORT
X1 REPORT
TUE
0001
ORIGINAL
(HEAD)
TUES
TIME
WEEK1 WEEK2 WEEK3 WEEK4
AVG
08:00-08:59
17
15
13
13
14.5
TOTAL
17
EXTRA CRISPY
15
13
13
(HEAD)
14.5
TUES
TIME
WEEK1 WEEK2 WEEK3 WEEK4
AVG
08:00-08:59
41
45
43
43
43.0
TOTAL
41
ALL CHICKEN
45
43
43
(HEAD)
43.0
TUES
TIME
WEEK1 WEEK2 WEEK3 WEEK4
AVG
08:00-08:59
58
60
57
57
58.0
TOTAL
58
60
NO.000043 REG 01 ETHAN
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57
57
58.0
TIME 08:55
SPS 1000 Operation Manual
Station Totals
Prints for each register in an IRC configuration.
DATE
03/28/2000
STATION TOTALS REPORT
X1 REPORT
DESCRIPTOR
NET SALES
GROSS SALES
COUPON TRANS
AVG CPN SALE
NO.000045 REG 01 ETHAN
SPS 1000 Operation Manual
TUE
0001
COUNT
20
1
TOTAL
IRC REG#01
$
6698.39
$
6699.14
$
214.44
$
214.44
TIME 09:02
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Time Keeping
Daily Time Keeping
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TIME KEEPING REPORT
IRC REG#01
0001
X1 REPORT
EMP#
THU
SSN
NAME
TIPS
001
000-00-0000
ETHAN
$0.00
08:45 - 15:02
OWNER
07:52 - 16:49
OWNER
07:55 - 16:44
MANAGER
OWNER
8.00 REG
7.13 OT
MANAGER
8.00 REG
0.49 OT
TOTAL REG
16.00 HR
$120.00 CST
TOTAL OT
8.02 HR
$76.14 CST
TOTAL LBR
24.02 HR
$196.14 CST
002
000-00-0000
ZACHARY
$0.00
08:02 - 14:45
MANAGER
07:54 - 16:52
MANAGER
09:32 - 13:54
OWNER
OWNER
4.22 REG
0.00 OT
MANAGER
8.00 REG
7.40 OT
TOTAL REG
12.22 HR
$98.16 CST
TOTAL OT
7.40 HR
$103.68 CST
TOTAL LBR
20.02 HR
$201.84 CST
---------------------------------------OWNER
REG
12.22 HR
$74.16 CST
OT
7.13 HR
$65.07 CST
TOTAL LBR
19.35 HR
$139.23 CST
MANAGER
REG
OT
TOTAL LBR
16.00 HR
8.29 HR
24.29 HR
$144.00 CST
$114.75 CST
$258.75 CST
TOTAL
REG
OT
TOTAL LABOR
TOTAL TIPS
28.22 HR
15.42 HR
44.04 HR
$0.00
$218.16 CST
$179.82 CST
$397.98 CST
TIP%
$306.94
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Weekly Time Keeping
Period Time Keeping
DATE
02/23/2000
TIME KEEPING REPORT
WED
IRC REG#01
0001
X2 REPORT
EMP#
SSN
NAME
TIPS
002
000-00-0000
ZACHARY
$
1.00
MANAGER
32.00 REG
4.40 OT
KITCHEN
8.00 REG
0.00 OT
TOTAL REG
40.00 HR
$
320.00 CST
TOTAL OT
4.40 HR
$
63.04 CST
TOTAL LBR
44.40 HR
$
383.04 CST
003
000-00-0000
GALILEO
$
0.00
COUNTER
25.00 REG
0.00 OT
KITCHEN
12.45 REG
0.00 OT
TOTAL REG
37.45 HR
$
157.25 CST
TOTAL OT
0.00 HR
$
0.00 CST
TOTAL LBR
37.45 HR
$
157.25 CST
---------------------------------------MANAGER
REG
32.00 HR
$
288.00 CST
OT
4.40 HR
$
63.04 CST
TOTAL LBR
36.40 HR
$
351.04 CST
COUNTER
REG
OT
TOTAL LBR
25.00 HR
0.00 HR
25.00 HR
KITCHEN
REG
OT
TOTAL LBR
20.45 HR
0.00 HR
20.45 HR
TOTAL
REG
OT
TOTAL LABOR
TOTAL TIPS
77.45 HR
4.40 HR
82.25 HR
$
1.00
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$
$
106.25 CST
0.00 CST
106.25 CST
$
83.00 CST
0.00 CST
83.00 CST
$
$
$
$
477.25 CST
63.04 CST
$
540.29 CST
TIP%
$
72.17
$
TIME 23:57
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Shift Report
Complete Financial Reporting is available for each of 4 possible shifts.
DATE
02/24/2000
DAY SHIFT#1 REPORT
CONSOLIDATED
(01) (02)
X1 REPORT
LUNCH
DESCRIPTOR
COUNT
THU
0002
11:00-14:00
TOTAL
+PLU LVL1 TTL
15
$
242.39
+PLU LVL2 TTL
1
$
1.02
+PLU LVL3 TTL
1
$
1.03
+PLU LVL4 TTL
1
$
1.04
+PLU LVL6 TTL
2
$
4.12
+PLU LVL11 TTL
2
$
6.22
+PLU LVL13 TTL
1
$
3.13
+PLU LVL16 TTL
1
$
4.16
ADJST TTL
24
$
263.11
---------------------------------------NON-TAX
$
27.99
TAX1 SALES
$
206.12
TAX3 SALES
$
3.00
TAX4 SALES
$
20.00
TAX5 SALES
$
10.00
TAX6 SALES
$
200.00
TAX1
TAX3
TAX4
TAX5
TAX6
% 4
$
1
NET SALES
CANCEL
5
1
13.39
0.20
1.30
0.66
13.00
-0.75
$
$
$
$
$
$
301.91
107.00
GROSS SALES
$
291.66
---------------------------------------CASH SALES
4
$
159.43
CHECK SALES
1
$
142.48
R/A 1
1
$
100.00
P/O 1
1
-25.00
---------------------------------------CASH-IN-DRAWER
$
234.43
CHECK-IN-DRAWER
1
$
142.48
DRAWER2 TOTAL
$
376.91
---------------------------------------PROMO
1
-4.00
COUPON SALES
1
-0.75
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Inventory
The Inventory report can only be taken in IRC, Consolidate All Registers mode.
There is no inventory reporting by register, only store-wide. An example of the
inventory report follows:
DATE
03/28/2000
INVENTORY REPORT
CONSOLIDATED
(01) (02)
Z1 REPORT
INV #001
0001
PATTY
BEGINNING INVENTORY
RECEIPTS
TRANSFER INS
TRANSFER OUTS
RAW WASTE
THEORETICAL USAGE
ACTUAL INVENTORY
ACTUAL USAGE
ENDING INVENTORY
VALUE OF INVENTORY
VARIANCE
VARIANCE COST
EFFICIENCY %
FOOD COST
FOOD COST %
INV #002
00.000
450.000
00.000
00.000
00.000
05.000
445.000
05.000
445.000
44.500
00.000
$
00.000
100.000
$
00.500
3.13%
MUSTARD
BEGINNING INVENTORY
RECEIPTS
TRANSFER INS
TRANSFER OUTS
RAW WASTE
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00.000
200.000
00.000
00.000
00.000
07.000
193.000
07.000
193.000
96.500
00.000
$
00.000
100.000
$
03.500
21.94%
BUN
BEGINNING INVENTORY
RECEIPTS
TRANSFER INS
TRANSFER OUTS
RAW WASTE
THEORETICAL USAGE
ACTUAL INVENTORY
ACTUAL USAGE
ENDING INVENTORY
VALUE OF INVENTORY
VARIANCE
VARIANCE COST
EFFICIENCY %
FOOD COST
FOOD COST %
INV #007
TUE
00.000
1800.000
00.000
00.000
00.000
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THEORETICAL USAGE
ACTUAL INVENTORY
ACTUAL USAGE
ENDING INVENTORY
VALUE OF INVENTORY
VARIANCE
VARIANCE COST
EFFICIENCY %
FOOD COST
FOOD COST %
INV #008
ONIONS
BEGINNING INVENTORY
RECEIPTS
TRANSFER INS
TRANSFER OUTS
RAW WASTE
THEORETICAL USAGE
ACTUAL INVENTORY
ACTUAL USAGE
ENDING INVENTORY
VALUE OF INVENTORY
VARIANCE
VARIANCE COST
EFFICIENCY %
FOOD COST
FOOD COST %
INV #009
10.000
1790.000
10.000
1790.000
17.900
00.000
$
00.000
100.000
$
00.100
0.62%
00.000
1900.000
00.000
00.000
00.000
15.000
1884.000
16.000
1884.000
56.520
-1.000
-0.030
09.334
$
00.480
3.00%
KETCHUP
BEGINNING INVENTORY
RECEIPTS
TRANSFER INS
TRANSFER OUTS
RAW WASTE
THEORETICAL USAGE
ACTUAL INVENTORY
ACTUAL USAGE
ENDING INVENTORY
VALUE OF INVENTORY
VARIANCE
VARIANCE COST
EFFICIENCY %
FOOD COST
FOOD COST %
00.000
2000.000
00.000
00.000
00.000
10.000
1980.000
20.000
1980.000
39.600
-10.000
-0.200
00.000
$
00.400
2.50%
INVENTORY TOTAL
PLU RECIPE SALES
FOOD COST
FOOD COST %
VALUE OF INVENTORY
VARIANCE COST
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$
15.95
4.980
31.22%
255.020
-0.230
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Definitions
Beginning Inventory
The Beginning Quantity as entered in P-mode (inventory - register begin quantity),
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 (inventory - edit inventory item - daily
edit/period edit).
Transfer Ins
The Transfer In Quantity as entered in X-mode (inventory - edit inventory item daily edit/period edit).
Transfer Outs
The Transfer Out Quantity as entered in X-mode (inventory - edit inventory item daily edit/period edit).
Raw Waste
The Raw Waste Quantity as entered in X-mode (inventory - edit inventory item daily edit/period edit).
Theoretical Usage
The Theoretical Use Quantity. T.USE=[(PROMO+WASTE+SOLD (ITEM/PLU
Report)] * [COUNT (RECIPE TABLE)]
Actual Inventory
Actual Inventory is the The Shelf Count or the Actual Inventory Quantity as entered
in X-mode (inventory - edit inventory item - daily edit/period edit).
Actual Useage
The Actual Use Quantity. A.USE=[(BEGIN)+(RECPT)+(TR/IN)-(TR/OUT)-(RAW
WASTE)-(SHELF)]
Ending Inventory
The Ending Quantity. If no actual inventory quantity is entered in X-mode.
END=[(BEGIN)+(RECPT)+(TR/IN)-(TR/OUT)-(RAW WASTE)-(T.USE)]. If an
actual inventory quantity is entered in X-mode.
END=[(BEGIN)+(RECPT)+(TR/IN)-(TR/OUT)-(RAW WASTE)-(A.USE)]
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Sample Reports • 235
Value Of Inventory
The Value of inventory items on hand. VALUE=[(END)*(COST)]
Variance +/The Varience +/-. VR+/- =[(T.USE)-(A.USE)]
Variance Cost
The Varience Cost. V.CST=[(VR+/-)*(COST)]
Efficiency %
The Efficiency Percentage. EFF.%=[(100)-((T.USE)-(A.USE))*100)]
Food Cost
The Food Cost. FDCST=[(A.USE)*(COST)]
Food Cost %
The Food Cost Percentage. FC %=[((FDCST)/(PLU RECIPE SALES))*(100)]
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PLU Stock
PLUs designated as stock PLUs (see PLU Status Group Programming) will appear on
this report.
DATE
03/28/2000
PLU STOCK REPORT
CONSOLIDATED
(01) (02)
X1 REPORT
PLU#
TUE
0001
DESCRIPTOR
COUNT
00000000000002 PLU2
15
00000000000005 PLU5
-14
00000000000006 PLU6
36
00000000000013 70
48
00000000000026 PLU26
42
00000000000032 HAMBURGER
9
00000000000033 DOUBLE BURGER
12
00000000000050 FILET MIGNON
6
00000000000051 BAKED POTATO
40
00000000000052 SALAD
22
00000000000053 MARGARITA
48
00000000000054 TROUT
9
00000000000055 AU GRATIN
17
00000000000056 SOUP
58
00000000000057 SOUP OF DAY cup
32
00000000000058 PINA COLADA
66
00000000000060 WING
1
00000000000061 BREAST
25
00000000000062 LEG
102
00000000000096 PLU96
25
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Sample Reports • 237
Food Cost
PLUs assigned to a recipe (see PLU Status Group Programming) will appear on this
report.
DATE
03/28/2000
FOOD COST REPORT
CONSOLIDATED
(01)
X1 REPORT
0001
HAMBURGER
2.79
PRICE $
PLU#00000000000032
FOOD COST %
USAGE COUNT
ITEM COST
USAGE COST
SALES COUNT
NET SALES
DOUBLE BURGER
TUE
26.88%
3
$
0.750
$
2.250
3
$
8.37
PRICE $
PLU#00000000000033
FOOD COST %
USAGE COUNT
ITEM COST
USAGE COST
SALES COUNT
NET SALES
3.79
32.98%
2
$
1.250
$
2.500
2
$
7.58
PLU COST TOTAL
TOTAL FOOD COST %
TOTAL FOOD COST
TOTAL SALES COUNT
NET SALES TOTAL
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29.78%
4.750
5
$
15.95
$
TIME 13:22
Definitions
Food Cost %
((FOOD COST)\(NET SALES)*100)
Usage Count
(SALES COUNT + PROMO COUNT + WASTE COUNT)
Item Food Cost
COMBINED COST OF ALL ANGREDIENTS\RECIPIES ASSOCIATED WITH
THE ITEM.
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Usage Cost
(USAGE * ITEM FOOD COST)
Sales Count
(SALES COUNT)
Net Sales
(SALES COUNT * PRICE)
Shelf Count
The Shelf is the Actual Inventory Quantity as entered in X-mode (inventory - edit
inventory item - daily edit/period edit).
Electronic Journal
DATE
03/28/2000
ELECTRONIC JOURNAL REPORT
TUE
X1 REPORT
DATE
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0001
03/31/2000
PLU1
PLU1
PLU1
PLU1
PLU1
PLU2
PLU2
PLU2
PLU2
PLU2
$
T1
T1
T1
T1
T1
ITEMS 10.00
$
$
$
$
$
FRI
2.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
2.06
2.07
2.08
2.09
2.10
SUBTOTAL
$
12.40
TAX TOTAL
$
0.68
TOTAL
$
13.08
CASH
$
13.08
* ORDER# 0101 *
NO.000001 REG 01 ETHAN
TIME 05:49
DATE
03/31/2000
FRI
1
PLU1
$
2.00
ITEMS 1.00
SUBTOTAL
$
2.00
TOTAL
$
2.00
CASH
$
2.00
* ORDER# 0102 *
NO.000002 REG 01 ETHAN
TIME 06:16
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Sample Reports • 239
DATE
1
03/31/2000
PLU1
$
FRI
2.00
ITEMS 1.00
SUBTOTAL
$
2.00
TOTAL
$
2.00
CASH
$
2.00
* ORDER# 0103 *
NO.000003 REG 01 ETHAN
TIME 06:18
DATE
03/31/2000
FRI
3
PLU1
$
6.00
ITEMS 3.00
SUBTOTAL
$
6.00
TOTAL
$
6.00
CASH
$
6.00
* ORDER# 0104 *
NO.000004 REG 01 ETHAN
TIME 06:18
DATE
03/31/2000
FRI
3
PLU1
$
6.00
ITEMS 3.00
SUBTOTAL
$
6.00
TOTAL
$
6.00
CASH
$
6.00
* ORDER# 0105 *
NO.000005 REG 01 ETHAN
TIME 06:20
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Not Found PLU Report
THE BEST
LIQUOR STORE
DATE
01/13/2000
NOT FOUND PLUREPORT
X1 REPORT
THU
0001
DESCRIPTOR
NOT FOUND PLU#
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Integrated Payment Appendix
One Day Example of Credit Authorization
Open Batch
NOTE: To present things in a logical order, OPEN BATCH is shown at the beginning
of the day, but in practical day-to-day operation it is recommended to open a new
batch right after closing today’s batch, so it is ready to go for the next day.
1. Choose
DATATRAN
OPERATION from
the X-Mode menu.
2. Select #2 OPEN
BATCH. No
printing takes place.
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DATATRAN OPERATION
L1
1. INITAILIZE EFT
2. OPEN BATCH
3. CLOSE CURRENT BATCH
4. CLOSE BATCH WITH DEBIT
5. CHANGE BATCH NUMBER
6. ISSUE LOCAL TOTAL
7. ISSUE LOCAL TRANSACTION
8. ISSUE LOCAL BATCH STATUS
9. ENABLE DIAL IN LOAD
10.ENABLE DIAL OUT LOAD
11.GRATUITY ENTRY
12 INITIALIZE PINPAD
13 GET GIFT CARD BALANCE
t
ESC Y/N ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓←→
Integrated Payment Appendix • 243
Sample Credit Transaction
1. Register a normal
transaction.
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
2. Press the
appropriate MISC
TEND key.
$2.00
$3.00
SLIDE CARD
The message
“SLIDE CARD”
displays.
L1P01
3. Swipe card.
TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
The message
“WAITING RESP.”
displays until the
card verification is
complete.
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
WAITING RESP.
4. When verification is
complete, the draft
is printed.
L1P01
TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
5.30
Sample Draft
5/26/04
10:10
SALE
************6301
APP: VITAL8
REF: 41415013334
REC NO : 1
00001
$2.00
X____________________________________
I AGREE TO PAY ABOVE
TOTAL AMOUNT ACCORDING
TO CARD ISSUER AGREEMENT
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Sample Draft – With Gratuity
To print the tip entry line, see P-Mode General Printing Options (see page SPS-1000
Program Manual) and set option #31, “Print Tip on EFT Receipt” to Y(es).
5/26/04
10:10
SALE
************6301
APP: VITAL8
REF: 41415013334
REC NO : 1
00001
$2.00
TIP_____________________________________
TOTAL___________________________________
X___________________________________
I AGREE TO PAY ABOVE
TOTAL AMOUNT ACCORDING
TO CARD ISSUER AGREEMENT
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Integrated Payment Appendix • 245
Sample Debit Transaction
1. Register a normal
transaction.
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
2. Press the
appropriate MISC
TEND key (with
debit function).
The message
“SLIDE CARD”
displays.
SLIDE CARD
L1P01
3. Swipe card.
The message
“GETTING PIN.”
displays. (At the
PIN pad, the
ENTER PIN
message displays.)
$2.00
$3.00
TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
GETTING PIN
4. At the PIN pad,
enter the PIN and
press the ENTER
L1P01
key. The terminal
now displays
“WAITING RESP.”
until the card
verification is
complete.
TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
5.30
5. When verification is
complete, the draft
is printed.
Sample Draft
03/086/04
246 • Integrated Payment Appendix
10:10
1
DEBIT SALE
40030001234567817
APP: VITAL2
REF: 506715500507
REC 2
$6.00
0908
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Gift Card Operations
Sale of Gift Card
1. Register the gft card
amount into a PLU
linked to a unique
PLU Status Group
with the gift card
activate function.
1 PLU #2
$20.00
SLIDE GIFT
2. Press the
appropriate MISC
TEND key (with
gift function).
The message
“SLIDE GIFT”
displays.
RO
3. Swipe the gift card.
The terminal
displays
“WAITING RESP.”
until the card
verification is
complete.
4. When verification is
complete, the
receipt and the draft
are printed.
Sample Draft
07/20/05
10:10
GIFT ISSUE
77999902683
APP: 1789361
REF: 1789361
BAL: 50.002
1
$50.00
5501
Addition to Gift Card
The procedure is identical to to sale of gift card, except enter the amount of the
addition into a distinct PLU programmed linked to a separate PLU Status Group set
with the gift card add function.
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Integrated Payment Appendix • 247
Payment with Gift Card
1. Register a normal
transaction..
1 GIFT ISSUE
2. Swipe the gift card.
The terminal
displays
“WAITING RESP.”
until the card
verification is
complete.
$50.00
SLIDE GIFT
RO
3. When verification is
complete, the
receipt and the draft
are printed.
Sample Draft
07/20/05
Note:
Gift Balance is printed
10:10
GIFT CARD REDEMPTION
77999902682
APP: 1789323
REF: 1789323
BAL: 30.00
1
$20.00
5501
Sample Receipt
DATE 07/20/2005 WED
1 PLU1
TOTAL
GIFT CARD
SALE
*******2682
APP: 1789323
REF: 1789323
REC: 1789323
* ORDER# 0166 *
EMPLOYEE1
NO.000066
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TIME 10:10
$20.00
$20.00
$20.00
$20.00
REG 01
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Manual Card Entry
1. Register a normal
transaction.
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
2. Press the
appropriate MISC
TEND key.
$2.00
$3.00
SLIDE CARD
The message
“SLIDE CARD”
displays.
L1P01
3. If card will not
read, press Clear
once, the message
“Enter Acct No”
Displays.
TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
1 PLU #2
1 PLU #3
5.30
$2.00
$3.00
ENTER ACCT NO
4. Enter the account
number and press
ENTER (or press
Clear again to abort
the transaction.)
5. At the message
“ENTER EXP
DATE” enter the 4digit month/year,
press ENTER.
L1P01
TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
5.30
6. The “WAITING
RESP.” message
displays and the
transaction
completes normally.
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Integrated Payment Appendix • 249
Merchandise Return
Complete the merchandise return transaction as you would a normal transaction.
Press MDSE RTRN prior to entering each returned item.
1. Register a normal
transaction.
-1 PLU #2
-1 PLU #3
2. Press the
appropriate MISC
TEND key.
-2.00
-3.00
SLIDE CARD
The message
“SLIDE CARD”
displays.
L1P01
3. Swipe card.
TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
-1 PLU #2
-1 PLU #3
The message
“WAITING RESP.”
displays until the
card verification is
complete.
-5.30
-2.00
-3.00
WAITING RESP.
4. When verification is
complete, the draft
is printed.
L1P01
TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
-5.30
Sample Draft
5/24/04
10:42
SALE
************6301
APP: VITAL7
REF: 414515002925
REC: 1
1
-2.00
X___________________________________
I AGREE TO PAY ABOVE
TOTAL AMOUNT ACCORDING
TO CARD ISSUER AGREEMENT
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Void Transaction
Transaction Void allows a transaction to be voided from the batch and not reported to
the cardholder statement.
1. Turn the keylock to
the VOID position
-1 PLU #2
-1 PLU #3
-2.00
-3.00
2. Register a normal
transaction.
SLIDE CARD
3. Press the
appropriate MISC
TEND key.
The message
“SLIDE CARD”
displays.
4. Swipe card.
L1P01
0.30
TOTAL
-1 PLU #2
-1 PLU #3
The message
“ENTER AUTH
CODE.” displays.
5. Enter the
authorization code
printed for the
transaction to be
voided, press
ENTER.
TAXES
-5.30
-2.00
-3.00
ENTER AUTH CODE
L1P01
TAXES
0.30
TOTAL
-5.30
6. The message
“ENTER REF
CODE” displays.
Enter the Reference
number from the
transaction to be
voided. Press
ENTER.
7. The message
“WAITING RESP.”
displays until the
transaction is found
and the original
record voided.
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Integrated Payment Appendix • 251
Local Total Report
Run an Issue Local Total report to confirm that credit totals match the financial report
before closing the batch. See “Issue Local Total” on page 255.
Gratuity Entry
1. Choose
DATATRAN
OPERATION from
the X-Mode menu.
EMPLOYEE1 – TIP_ENTRY
2. Select #11
DATATRAN
OPERATION.
3. Select #11
GRATUITY
ENTRY from the
DATATRAN
OPERATON menu.
ENTER RECORD NO
t
ESC Y/N ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓←→
4. Follow the prompts
to enter the record
number, original
transaction amount
and tip amount.
5. If the record
number and
transaction number
are valid, the tip
amount is entered in
the batch and a tip
entry chit prints as
shown below.
Sample Tip Chit
DATE 09/27/2004 MON TIME 10:41
SALE AMOUNT: $426
TIP AMOUNT: $1.50
REF: *
REC: 2
EMPLOYEE1
NO.000023
REG 01
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Close Batch
NOTE: To present things in a logical order, OPEN BATCH is shown at the beginning
of the day, but in practical day-to-day operation it is recommended to open a new
batch right after closing today’s batch, so it is ready to go for the next day.
1. Choose
DATATRAN
OPERATION from
the X-Mode menu.
2. Select #3 CLOSE
CURRENT
BATCH.
or CLOSE BATCH
WITH DEBIT if the
batch contains debit
transactions.
The message
“WAITING RESP.”
displays.
DATATRAN OPERATION
L1
1. INITAILIZE EFT
2. OPEN BATCH
3. CLOSE CURRENT BATCH
4. CLOSE BATCH WITH DEBIT
5. CHANGE BATCH NUMBER
6 . I S S U E L O C A LW A
TI
OT
TI
AN
LG R E S P .
7. ISSUE LOCAL TRANSACTION
8. ISSUE LOCAL BATCH STATUS
9. ENABLE DIAL IN LOAD
10.ENABLE DIAL OUT LOAD
11.GRATUITY ENTRY
12 INITIALIZE PINPAD
13 GET GIFT CARD BALANCE
t
ESC Y/N ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓←→
3. When
communication is
complete, the Local
Batch Status prints
and the batch is
closed.
Close Batch
DATE
See Explanations
5/24/2004
**** LOCAL BATCH STATUS ****
C 1 2 2 5.00 2 5.00
NO.000011 REG01 EMPLOYEE1
MON
TIME 11:07
Local Batch Status Explanations:
(From Left to Right)
C
Batch Status C=Closed/O=Open
1
Batch Number
2
Batch Transaction Count
2
Batch Item Count
5.00 Batch Balance
2
Batch Forwarded Transaction Count
5.00 Batch Forwarded Balance
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Integrated Payment Appendix • 253
DataTran Operation Menu
1. Choose
DATATRAN
OPERATION from
the X-Mode menu.
2. Review the
explanations that
follow and select
the appropriate
operation.
DATATRAN OPERATION
L1
1. INITAILIZE EFT
2. OPEN BATCH
3. CLOSE CURRENT BATCH
4. CLOSE BATCH WITH DEBIT
5. CHANGE BATCH NUMBER
6. ISSUE LOCAL TOTAL
7. ISSUE LOCAL TRANSACTION
8. ISSUE LOCAL BATCH STATUS
9. ENABLE DIAL IN LOAD
10.ENABLE DIAL OUT LOAD
11.GRATUITY ENTRY
12 INITIALIZE PINPAD
13 GET GIFT CARD BALANCE
t
ESC Y/N ENTER PAGE UP/DN ↑↓←→
Initialize EFT
Select Initialize EFT to verify communications, software versions and installed
networks.
List of Installed Networks
DATE 5/24/2004 THU TIME 16:15
** LIST INSTALLED NETWORRKS **
CHK DEN --- --- VER:3.89
OFF ON OFF OFF
EMPLOYEE1
NO.000019 REG 01
Software Version
Status of Installed
Change Batch Number
The change batch number command is used to assign a new batch number to an
existing batch. It is used with certain credit card processors to rectify settlement
problems. It is used infrequently. (Attempt to change batch number will be denied if
bank does not allow the feature.)
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Issue Local Total
This report is added for ease of customer balancing actual totals in the Datatran to the
system wide reports. A summary of each kind of credit card and a batch total should
match the totals within the SPS 1000 system-wide report before the Settle Batch is
attempted.
DATE
5/24/2004
TUE
****LOCAL TOTAL REPORT ****
AMEX
.00
0
VISA
.00
5
MASTER
.00
0
DISCOVER
2.00
1
PRIVATE LABEL
.00
0
DINERS
.00
0
JCB
.00
0
DEBIT
12.00
2
TOTAL
14.00
3
NO.000011 REG01 EMPLOYEE1
TIME 11:07
Issue Local Transaction
The Local Transaction Report contains details of each transaction in the current
batch.
Example
(Note: New format for version 4.17d and later. Refer to appendix for report key.)
DATE
5/24/2004
MON
****LOCAL TRANSACTION REPORT ****
C 93 1 DB
6011000990139424 09/12
APP: VITAL2
REF: 506714501913
AMT: 6.00 TIP: *
03/08/05 08:37:40
===============================
C 93 1 DB
400300123456781 09/08
APP: VITAL2
REF: 506715500507
AMT: 6.00 TIP: *
03/08/05 09:05:58
===============================
A 54 1 D
6011000990139424 09/12
APP: VITAL1
REF: *
AMT: 2.00 TIP: *
03/08/05 09:26:51
===============================
NO.000015 REG01 EMPLOYEE1
TIME 09:32
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Integrated Payment Appendix • 255
Issue Local Batch Status Report
The Local Batch Status Report also prints when a batch is closed.
DATE
See Explanations
5/24/2004
**** LOCAL BATCH STATUS ****
C 1 2 2 5.00 2 5.00
NO.000011 REG01 EMPLOYEE1
MON
TIME 11:07
Local Batch Status Explanations:
(From Left to Right)
C
Batch Status C=Closed/O=Open
1
Batch Number
2
Batch Transaction Count
2
Batch Item Count
5.00 Batch Balance
2
Batch Forwarded Transaction Count
5.00 Batch Forwarded Balance
Enable Dial In Load/Enable Dial Out Load
If instructed by Datacap support, you can use these options to update DataTran
software. Choose Enable Dial In Load to allow Datacap to call the DataTran and
send updates. Choose Enable Dial Out Load to call Datacap to connect. You will be
required to enter the phone number and terminal I.D.
Gratuity Entry
The Gratuity Entry command allows the operator to add a tip to a pre-authorized
credit sale. To add a tip, select the Gratuity Entry command from the Datatran
Operation Menu. When Prompted, enter the Record number from the merchant credit
draft (REC NO:). The register will prompt the operator for the original sale amount
(also from the merchant draft) and the tip amount. When complete, the register will
print a receipt of the tip entry. The tip amount is automatically added to the
employee report (to the employee that enters the tip) and to the financial report.
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Glossary of Terms
Activity Count
The activity counter keeps track of the number of times an entry is made on a PLU, or
function key.
Add Check
The Add Check function is used to add multiple guest checks (tracking balances or
soft checks) for payment together. ( Use Tray Subtotal to add separate transactions
when you are not tracking balances.)
Alpha Keyboard Overlay
The alpha keyboard overlay represents a new set of functions and characters for each
key on the keyboard. When you are programming a field that requires alpha numeric
entries, the keyboard automatically shifts into the alpha keyboard so that you can
simply type the message or descriptor you wish to program. An overlay legend sheet
is provided to place on the keyboard while you are programming.
Audaction
Refers to the total of all sales ending in a negative balance.
Authority Levels
Each employee must be assigned to one of nine authority levels. Each of the levels is
set up to determine the operations that are allowed for each employee.
For example, in a restaurant an authority level with the descriptor kitchen help could
be set to allow only clocking in/out, or an authority level with the descriptor owner
could be set up to allow all functions. Other authority levels could be defined for
servers, cashiers and managers that allow only the appropriate functions.
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Auto Grill
Use the Auto Grill option to send items individual items to the designated kitchen
printer. Items are sent with a one item delay (at the next item or at subtotal.)
Auto Scale
Registrations of PLUs with auto scale status will automatically multiply by the
weight placed upon a scale connected to the register. Use for items such as produce
that are always sold by weight.
Auto Tare
With auto tare status assigned, a preprogrammed tare weight will automatically
subtract from the weight from the scale.
Bitmap File
The bitmap file is an image, i.e. a logo that can be printed on a receipt or guest check.
The bitmap file is downloaded to the SPS 1000 from a PC, and then downloaded to
the memory of the appropriate printer.
Canadian Donut Law
Refers to special Provincial or State sales tax laws that change the taxable status of an
item depending upon the quantity sold. Donuts, for example, might be taxable when
sold individually at a bakery. However, if a customer purchases a dozen, the food
sale is considered non-taxable.
Cancel
Press the CANCEL function to abort a transaction in progress. All current items are
removed (voided).
Check Cash
Use the CHECK CASH function to exchange a check for cash outside of a sale.
Check Endorse
If compulsory check endorsement is set with the CHECK key, use the CHECK
ENDORSE function to print the endorsement message after a check is inserted into
the appropriate printer.
Compulsory
When an operation is programmed compulsory, a function (i.e. Non-add number
entry) must be performed in order to complete the operation.
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Condiment
Condiment PLUs are different from non-condiment PLUs in the manner they display
and print during operations. Non-condiment PLUs are used for "main" items.
Condiment items are indented and displayed/printed below a main item so that
condiments or cooking instructions are easily understood for each "main" item.
Continue
Use the Continue function to override the pop-up employee function after a
transaction. Allows the employee to post an additional transaction without signing on
again.
Currency Conversion
Use one of the 5 available currency conversion functions to convert and display the
value of the transaction in foreign currency. Only cash tender is allowed after
pressing a CURR CONV key. Change is calculated and issued in home currency.
Custom Report
One custom report can be created, with up to 50 totals and counters. The report is
built by selecting totals that also appear on either the financial or sales by time period
reports. When the custom report is created, totals and counters separate from the
original report are also created (in other words, you can clear the custom report
independently without affecting totals in any other report.)
Another feature of the custom report is the ability to add or subtract selected totals to
create a new subtotal of selected information.
Default Program
The original program installed in the SPS-1000. The register has a default program,
which makes it operational after a RAM clear. Nearly all option, rate, and status
programs are set to zero as the default condition.
Destination
Refers to the destination for the sale i.e. eat-in, take out, drive thru.
Discount (Item)
An item discount (coupon or %) subtracts an amount or percentage from the price of
an item. This subtraction nets the Department or PLU total.
Discount (Sale)
A sale discount (coupon or %) subtracts an amount or percentage from the entire sale.
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Electronic Journal
The electronic journal is an area of memory designated to keep a sales journal. The
electronic journal can be printed, if necessary, to provide a traditional record of all
register activity.
Error Condition
An error condition signals that an incorrect operation has occurred. It is identified by
an audible tone and an error descriptor appearing on the display.
Error Correct
An error correct operation voids the last item entered, it must be used within a sale.
Food Stamps
In the United States, Food Stamps may be used to purchase eligible food items at
food stores that participate in the program. The SPS 1000 can assist a retailer in
handling food stamp transactions by sorting food stamp and non-food stamp eligible
items within each sale and tracking food stamp payments for eligible items.
Gallonage
Gallonage is a status that can be assigned to a PLU. Gallonage PLUs accept a price,
but print both the price and the quantity of gallons sold. The quantity of gallons is
computed from the price per gallon, which is set as the preset price.
Groups
Groups are totals that collect information from designated PLUs. For example all
PLU dessert items could collect in a group total called "desserts". You can send each
PLU to up to three groups. The first group is designated in PLU programming, the
second and third groups are designated in PLU Status Group programming.
HALO
The high amount lock-out (HALO) limits the amount allowed to be entered in a PLU,
or function key.
Ingredient Inventory
A menu-explosion type inventory system is set up when PLUs are linked to a recipe#
. The X-MODE MANAGER MENU provides functions to receive, transfer in/out,
or enter raw waste for ingredients used in the recipe system.
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Initial Clear
The initial clear function allows you to exit any register activity and return to a
beginning or cleared state. Any transaction that is in progress will be exited and
totals for that transaction will not be updated.
IRC
Inter Register Communications (IRC) is the term used to describe communications
within a network of registers. Information exchanged between registers includes
check information for posting to guest checks, information to be printed or displayed
at printers or videos, and sales information for consolidated reporting.
The SPS 1000 uses ETHERNET at 10Mbps for IRC.
Job Codes
Job codes are used to break down the hours worked for all employees into different
categories (See "Labor Groups" report in the Operation Manual.) A breakdown of
hours by job is also reported for each employee (See "Time Keeping" reports in the
Operation Manual.)
Keyboard Level
Each keyboard level is a separately defined set of keyboard functions for each key on
the keyboard. For example, separate levels might be required for different
lunch/dinner menus. Or, within a restaurant different keyboards might be set up for
pre-check, bar and/or cashier stations. Each register might contain the functions for
each station on a separate level, so that any register could function at any station by
simply changing keyboard levels and key legend sheets.
The SPS 1000 has five keyboard levels.
Link PLU
If you wish the registration of a PLU to automatically cause the registration of
another PLU, enter the number of the PLU you wish to register automatically in the
LINK PLU field of the appropriate PLU Status Group.
Macro
Macros record key sequences for later execution. Up to 40 macros may be recorded
and executed by pressing a function key or by entering the appropriate macro number
and pressing a function key.
Memo PLUs
Use Memo PLUs to display a descriptor on the screen or print a descriptor at a
printer. Memo PLUs do not add to any total in the SPS 1000.
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Glossary of Terms • 261
Memory Allocation
Memory allocation is a program that determines how the system memory is divided
to provide the correct features for your application. For example, you may require
more or less employee memory, PLUs, or reporting. Memory allocation allows you
to maximize the features you need while minimizing the features you do not need.
Modifier
Preceding a PLU entry, a modifier key changes a digit of the PLU number, causing a
different PLU to be registered. Modifier keys can be set to change any of the 14 PLU
digit positions to any specified digit (0-9). More than one modifier key can be
pressed in succession to alter the PLU code.
No Sale
No sale is an operation to simply open the cash drawer.
NON-PLU Code
The NON-PLU Code program must be set if you wish to scan UPCs (using the EAN
13 code) with embedded prices, weights or quantities.
Within the EAN 13 code, the first two digits (part a) are used as an identifier and the
last digit (part c) is used as a check digit. The remaining 10 digits (part b) contain the
product code and the price (or weight or quantity).
Override
Override is an operation used to bypass a programmed price or HALO.
Password
A four digit password can be set to control access to reports. Different passwords can
be set for X and Z1, Z2 etc. reports.
A system password can be set to allow service access to all of the functions of the
SPS 1000. For example, use the system password if you are servicing a users system
and you do not know an employee code that allows you to access necessary functions,
or if authority level programming prohibits you from accessing functions you need to
access in order to complete your tasks.
Piece Count
The piece count is the value assigned to a PLU item that represents the number of
unit pieces sold when the PLU is registered. For example, the number of pieces of
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chicken can be counted when a chicken dinner is sold. The number of units set as
the piece count will be reflected in product mix reporting.
PLU Status Link #
Also referred to as PLU Status Group. The status link # contains the many of the
configurable options for a PLU.
PLUs
Price look-ups (PLUs) are used to register items. PLUs can be fixed keys on the
keyboard or they can be accessed by indexing a code number and pressing the PLU
key. PLUs can be programmed with a preset or open price. PLUs record their own
activity count and dollar total on any of the PLU reports.
Post Tendering
The Post Tendering feature allows the operator to use the register to compute change
on cash transactions after the sale has been finalized.
To calculate change due after finalizing the sale, enter the cash amount presented by
the customer and then press CASH. The amount of change due the customer is then
displayed, and the cash drawer may open.
This is a calculation function only, and no totals or counters are updated by the use of
this feature.
Price Level
Prices may be assigned at up to five different price levels for each item. One of up to
20 price level keys is identified for each different PLU price.
Product Mix Groups/Product Mix Reporting
Product Mix Groups can be used to implement a simplified ingredient system for
tracking only essential ingredients associated with items (i.e. cups for beverages or
number of pieces for chicken menus.)
Product mix groups also report usage by time period and optional Product Projections
reporting is also available. The Product Projection report provides a history of each
item's sales by day of week.
Promo
The PROMO operation allows items to be sold without cost, i.e. buy two, and get one
free. PROMO activity will remove the item cost from the sale, but the sales count
will include the promo item.
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Glossary of Terms • 263
Receipt
A receipt is a printed tape given to a customer as a record of the sale transaction.
Recipe #
A menu-explosion type inventory system is set up when PLUs are assigned to a
recipe number.
Register Number
The register number is a programmable number, which prints on the receipt and
journal tapes. It identifies the electronic cash register the sale or report was
performed on.
Stay-Down
When a function is programmed as a stay-down function, it is valid until changed.
For example, a stay-down clerk remains signed on until either signed off, or another
clerk is signed on.
Stock PLU
Stock PLUs track the quantity of the PLU item in stock. Each time the PLU is
registered, a whole unit subtracts from the stock counter. (Note that if multiplication
or decimal multiplication is used when the PLU is registered, the resulting quantity of
activity will subtract from the stock counter. Stock is maintained increments to the
second decimal position, i.e. "X.XX".)
Super Macro
The super macro records transaction keystrokes, including key position changes. The
size of the super macro, in keystrokes, is set in memory allocation (see "Memory
Allocation" on page 37.) When the super macro memory is full, the most recent
entries will be added and the oldest discarded. The super macro is designed to be
used as a troubleshooting tool.
Surcharge (Item)
An item percent surcharge adds a percentage to the price of an item. This addition
nets the PLU total.
Surcharge (Sale)
A sale percent surcharge adds a percentage to the entire sale.
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Tare Weight
A tare is the amount of weight accounted for by the container or packaging. By
entering a tare weight (as required by law in some areas) the weight of the container
is subtracted and only the true weight of the product is measured on the scale.
Tax Exempt
Tax exempt is used to exclude the tax from an entire sale.
Tax Shift
Tax shift keys are used to reverse the tax status of a PLU entry.
Tender
The method of register operation in which payment is made and the transaction is
finalized.
Transaction Number
A count appears at the bottom of each receipt and after each transaction on the
journal tape. This count increases by one with each transaction, report, or scan.
Void
A void operation will erase a previous item entry. It must be used inside of a sale
only.
Waste
The Waste function is used to start and end entries of items that are wasted. A waste
count is maintained for each item and inventory is adjusted.
WLU
WLU stands for Window Look Up. A WLU pops up and displays a list of items on
the operator screen. Three types of items that can be found on a Window Look-Up
(WLU): condiments, functions, and PLUs.
Typically, a WLU is used to display a list of instructions or choices associated with
an item. A WLU can be linked to a subsequent WLU in order to prompt an operator
through a sequence of selections. The default capacity of each WLU is 28 items; the
maximum capacity is 50 items.
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Index
Clock Out for the Day 31
Clock-In Entry 28
Code Entry PLU 41
Combine Checks for Payment 147
Condiment 43
Continue 26
CONTINUE 3
Control Lock 19
Corrections 82
Coupon, Store (Item) 103
CURR. CONV. 1-5 3
Cursor Control 12
CURSOR CONTROL KEYS (↑↓←→) 4
D
#
Balancing 195, 202
Daily Sales Report 218
Date & Time, setting 183
DECIMAL 4
Default Keyboard 1
Discounts
\Do it" 99
Item 100
Sale 95
Display Adjustments 11
Display Messages 14
Do It\ Discount 99
DONE 4
Done Key 50, 52
Drawer Assignment 194
Drawer Totals 214
DRIVE THRU 4
Drive Thru By Time Periods Report 222
Drive Thru Recall 153
Drive Thru Store 152
C
E
Canadian Donut Tax Exemption 81
Cancel 90
CANCEL 3
CASH 3
Cash Declaration 184
Cash Tender 160
Cash Tip Declare 150
Charge Tender 163
CHECK 3
CHECK CASH 3
Check Cashing 162
CHECK ENDORSE 3
Check Tender 161
Clear 82
CLEAR/ESC 3
Clock In From Break 30
Clock Out for Break 29
EAT-IN 4
Eat-In By Time Periods Report 221
Edit Inventory Item 189
Edit PLU Stock 191
Electronic Journal 237
Employee
Sign-On/Sign-Off 20
EMPLOYEE 4
EMPLOYEE (1-10) 4
Employee Reports 209
ENTER 4
ERR.CORR 4
Error Correct 83
# (Non-Add) Key 159
# Of Guests 114
#/NO SALE 6
%
% Key 94
%1 - %10 7
A
ADD CHECK 3
Alpha Overlay 2
Auto Grill Item 68
B
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Fast Food Operations 151
Index • 267
FD STMP SHIFT 4
FD STMP SUBTTL 4
FD STMP TEND 4
Finalizing Transactions 160
Financial Report 203
Food Cost Report 236
Food Stamp 73
Food Stamp Subtotal & Tender 171
Foreign Currency Subtotal & Tender 170
Function Key WLU 157
G
Grill
Auto Item 68
Group Reports 213, 239
Groups By Time Period Report 219
GUEST # 5
Guest Check Operations 113
Guests 114
MACRO PAUSE 5
MACRO SET (function key) 5
Manager Operation 176
Manual Previous Balance 115
MDSE RETURN 5
Merchandise Return 93
Messages, display 14
Misc (Charge) Tender 163
MISC TEND # 6
MISC TEND 1-16 5
MODIFIER 1-10 6
Multiple Tracking Files 113
Multiplication 40
Multiplication of Condiments 53
N
NEXT RECORD 6
No Sale 34
O
H
Hard Check Posting 119
HOLD 5
Hold/Print Hold 137
I
INACTIVE 5
Inventory Item, editing 189
Inventory Report 231
Item Discounts 100
K
Key Descriptions 3
KEYBOARD LEVEL 1-5 5
Keyboard Level, setting 185
Keyboard Levels
selecting 33
Keyboard, default 1
keys, register 19
KP ROUTING (function key) 5
L
Labor Groups Report 215
List Check 142
LIST CHECK 1-4 5
M
MACRO # 5
MACRO 1 - 40 5
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Open Check Report 224
Open PLU/Item Entries 39
P
P/BAL 6
PAGE DOWN 6
PAGE UP 6
Page Up and Page Down 13
Paid Order Recall 173
Paid Out 37
PAID OUT 1-5 6
PAID RECALL 6
PARK ORDER 7
PLU
Function key 7
PLU Reports 207
PLU Stock Report 235
PLU Stock, editing 191
Preset PLU/Item Entries 41
Preset Tender 164
PREV. RECORD 7
Previous Balance, Manual 115
PRICE INQ 7
Price Inquiry 72
Price Level 59
Price Level, setting 185
Price Levels
selecting 34
PRICE LVL 1-20 7
PRINT 66
PRINT (function key) 7
PRINT CHECK (function key) 7
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Print Hold 137
PRINT HOLD 7
PRINT SCREEN 7
Product Mix Report 225
Product Projections Report 226
Promo 69
PROMO 7
Q
QUIT (function key) 7, 25
R
Recall
paid order 173
RECALL CHECK # 1-4 8
RECD ACCT 1-5 8
RECEIPT 8
Receipt Issue 173
RECEIPT ON/OFF 8
Received on Account 35
Repeat 40
REPEAT 8
Repeat (function key) 143
Report Table 195
Reports 195
Return Merchandise 93
S
Sale (Subtotal) Discounts 95
Sales and Labor % Report 216
Sales By Time Period Report 206
Scale
Auto Tare Weight 63
Manual Tare Weight Entry 64, 65
Manual Weight Entry 62
SCALE 8
Scale Entry
direct 61
Scale Items 60
Seat #
Assignment 129
Changing The Seat # 131
Payment by Seat Number 135
SEAT # 8
Seat#
Optional Seat # Entry 132
Selecting an Item 12
SERVE ORDER 8
Shift Report 230
Sign-On/Sign-Off 20
Soft Check Posting
Adding to a Check 123
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Beginning a Check 120
Paying a Check 124
sample check 128
SPLIT ITEM 134
SPLIT PAY 8
Split Payment 166
Split Tender 164
Splitting Consolidated Items 134
Station Totals Report 227
STOCK INQ 8
Store (Item) Coupon 103
STORE CHECK 1-4 9
SUBTOTAL 9
Surcharges 104
T
TABLE # (1-4) 9
Table, transfer 146
Take Out By Time Periods Report 221
TAKE-OUT 9
Tare 63, 64, 65
Tax
Canadian Donut Tax Exemption 81
Excepting on an Entire Sale 77
Exemption With TAX Shift Keys 79
TAX EXEMPT 9
Tax Exemption 75
Tax Shift 75
TAX SHIFT 1-6 9
Time Clock Edit 186
Time Clock Procedures 28
Time Display 33
TIME IN/OUT 9, 28
Time Keeping Reports 228
TIP (1-3) 9
Tip Declare 150
TIP DECLARE 9
Track By Time Periods Report 223
Tracking Files, Multiple 113
Training mode 182
Training Mode 27
Transaction Void 91
Transfer Check 148
TRANSFER CHECK (1-4) 9
Transfer Table 146
TRAY SUBTL 9
Tray Subtotal 168
V
VALID 9
Validate 173
Void 84
Cursor 88, 89
Index • 269
Item With Condiments 86
Multiple Items with Different Condiments 87
One of Multiple Items 85
Previous Item 84
Transaction 91
VOID ITEM 9
multiple 55
X
X Reports 177
X/TIME 10, 33
X-Mode Procedures 175
W
Waste 71
WASTE 10
WLU 43, 45
function key 157
Function key 10
PLU registration 57, 58
WLUs 55
270 • Index
Y
Y/N (function key) 10
Z
Z-Reports 198
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