Sam4s ER-180T Specifications

Sam4s ER-180T Specifications
ER-180
Electronic Cash Register
Programming & Operation
Manual
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M-ER180 Version 1.4
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Revision 2.0 - April 1, 2005
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Table of Contents
Initial Set-up Instructions
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Unpack the Cash Register
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Load Paper
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For Receipt Only
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For Journal Only
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Replacing the Ink Roller
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Clear Random Access Memory (RAM) and Initialize Cash Register 9
Tax Rate Programming
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Entering a Straight Percentage Tax Rate
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Department Status
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To Program Department Status
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ER-180 Features
Mode Key
Display
Keyboard
Calculator Functions
Examples:
Key Functions
Programming
Setting the Decimal Point
Department & PLU Programming
To Program Department Status and Price
To Program PLU Status and Price
To Program Department link to PLU
Tax Programming
Entering a Straight Percentage Tax Rate
Formulating a Tax Table
Entering the Tax Table
Setting the Percent (%) Key
Minus (-) Key Programming
Setting the Machine Number
Setting Receipt Print or Journal Print
System Options
Step One of System Option Programming
Step Two of System Option Programming
Setting the Date and Time
Currency Conversion Rate Programming
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Operation Examples
No Sale
Non Add (Reference) Number Entries
Department Entries
Multiple Item Department Entry
Single Item Department Entry
Minus () Key Operation
Percent Discount Operation (%)
Refund Procedure
Voiding Entries
Payment Procedures
Cash
Check and Charge
Splitting Payment between Cash & Check
Tax Shift Procedure
Received On Account (RA) Operation
Paid Out (PO) Operation
Management Reports and Balancing
Cash Declaration
Sample Financial Report
System Balancing Equations
Maintenance
Specifications
Dimensions
Drawer
Mode Key
Keyboard
Printer
Display
Power
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Initial Set-up Instructions
The following instructions aid in the initial set-up of the ER-180
Electronic Cash Register.
Unpack the Cash Register
1. Un-box and unwrap the cash register.
2. The following items should be included in the box:

1 roll of register paper

2 REG keys & 2 “C” keys

1 take-up spindle (for journal tape)
Install Batteries
1. Install the 3 batteries in the compartment behind the printer
assembly
Load Paper
1. Cut or tear the end of the
register tape evenly to insure
proper feeding through the
printer.
2. Place paper roll in paper
compartment, with leading
edge of roll towards the rear of
the register, and feed the end of
the roll into the printer
through the paper guide.
3. Press the FEED key until the paper begins to advance through
the printer. If the paper refuses to feed through the printer, make
certain the end of the tape is square and that it is routed properly.
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For Receipt Only
FEED
1. Pass paper through the
receipt window of printer
cover. Replace over printer
compartment.
For Journal Only
2. Route paper over the top of
the paper guide and insert in
the slot of the take-up spool.
3. Press the FEED key to
wind paper securely on the
spool.
4. Replace printer cover.
Replacing the Ink Roller
Ink rollers are disposable, and should not be re-inked. Re-inking can
cause damage to the printer. To replace the Ink Roller:
1. Remove the old roller
by lifting straight up on
the lever located on the
left side of the printer.
2. Place the new roller in
position (handle to the
left) and snap it into
place by pressing it
straight down.
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Lever
2
3
4
5
6
5
6
1
1
2
3
3
4
4
5
6
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Clear Random Access Memory (RAM) and
Initialize Cash Register
1. Before plugging register in, place key lock in the S position.
2. Connect the AC plug into a power outlet while pressing the
00 keys.
3. RAM is now cleared of all memory and the register prints a line
of decimals ().
NOTE: This is a one time only procedure to be performed after
the battery is first installed. DO NOT CLEAR RAM ONCE
THE REGISTER IS PROGRAMMED OR ALL PROGRAMS
AND TOTALS WILL BE ERASED.
Tax Rate Programming
The ER-180 may be programmed to tax items at either a straight
percentage tax rate, or a tax table.
Entering a Straight Percentage Tax Rate
The ER-180 will accept a 5 digit tax rate, with the decimal point fixed at
three places (00.000). If your area taxes goods based on a straight
percentage, enter the rate in the following manner.
1. Place the key lock in the P position.
2. Press 1 and then enter the five digit tax rate.
3. Press TAX.
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Examples:
1
0
5
0
0
0
TAX
0
TAX
Enter 05000 for 5% Tax Rate
1
0
6
5
0
Enter 06500 for 6.5% Tax Rate
Department Status
You have the following department options:

Departments can be taxable or non-taxable. Tax is added
automatically when taxable items are registered.

Departments can be single item. Single items departments
finalize immediately after an item is registered and are typically
used for popular one-item transactions, such as a ticket or a soft
drink.
To Program Department Status
1. Place the key lock in the P position.
2. Determine the department status digit from the chart below.
3. Enter the department status digit and press a Department key.
Department Status Digit Values:
10
0
Normal Department; Non-Taxable
1
Normal Department; Taxable
2
Single Item Department; Non-Taxable
3
Single Item Department; Taxable
ER-180 Features
Mode Key
Turn the key lock to the desired position:
OFF
Move the switch to OFF to . No operations can take
place when in the off position.
REG
Move the switch to R (Register) for normal
registrations.
X
Move the switch to X to read mode for financial and
Cash In Drawer reports. Totals are NOT reset to zero.
Z
Move the switch to Z to reset financial and Cash In
Drawer reports. All totals return to zero.
PGM
Move the switch to P to program the register.
Display
The operator display features a nine place digital display providing the
operator with information while operating the cash register. During
operations, the display will show the following symbol or messages.
1 2 3 4 5 6 .7 8
CLOSEd : Indicates the clerk is logged off
C : Indicates the amount displayed is due in change to the customer.
= : Indicates the amount displayed is the amount due total.
- : Indicates the amount displayed is a negative amount.
E : Indicates an error condition. Press C key to clear.
S : Indicates the amount displayed is a subtotal.
P : Indicates an printer error condition. Press CLEAR key to clear.
E Lo : Indicates Low Battery
E REP : Indicates memory is full. Issue Z reports.
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Keyboard
X/TIME
FEED
CLEAR
PLU
RETURN
7
8
9
4
5
6
1
2
3
0
00
.
VOID
CLERK
TAX
(X)
RCPT
ON/OFF
C/CONV
-
-%
+%
1
5
9
13
2
6
10
14
3
7
11
15
4
8
12
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NO
CALC
SALE
RA
PO
(+)
(-)
CHECK CHARGE
SUBTOTAL
CASH/TEND
(=)
Calculator Functions
Press CALC to enter calculator mode:

Use the RA as the plus key (to add).

Use the PO as the minus key (to subtract).

Use the X/TIME as the multiply key.

Use the CASH/TEND as the = (equal) key.
Examples:
Calculation
Key Sequence
10 + 20 = 30
CALC, 1, 0, RA, 2, 0, CASH
100 – 20 = 80
CALC, 1, 0, 0, PO, 2, 0, CASH
100 – 20 + 50 = 130
CALC, 1, 0, 0, PO, 2, 0, RA, 5, 0, CASH
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Key Functions
FEED
Advances paper in printer.
0 - 9, 00
Numeric keypad for entering amounts.
DPT1-16
These keys classify the items sold and retain the
quantities and amounts in their own memories.
X/TIME
Used for multiplication entry (X), or to refund sales
amounts for merchandise returns.
PO
Used to register money Paid Out of the cash drawer.
RA
Registers amounts Received on Account.
CLERK
To log in/out for clerk 1,2,3,4
PLU
To register PLU entries
RETURN
To allow for the return of merchandise

Registers dollar amount markdowns, or coupons
tendered.
-%,+%
Used to register percentage discount on items or the sale
total. A set rate may be programmed, or variable rates
entered when no automatic rate is set. The decimal is
set at two places (00.00).
VOID
For voiding entries before a sale is finalized.
CLEAR
Clears incorrect entries made on the numeric keys, or
silences the error tone after entry errors.
TAX
Used to program the tax rate in P mode. Also reverses
the tax status when pressed after the amount, and before
the department key. (Nontaxable department add tax,
taxable department forgive tax, this item only.)
NO SALE
Used to print a reference number (#) on the receipt or
journal, or to open the cash drawer outside of a sale (No
Sale).
CHECK
Check tender key. Keeps a separate total from cash
sales.
CHARGE
Charge tender key. Keeps a separate total from cash
sales.
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SUBTOTAL
Display the transaction subtotal, including tax.
CASH/TEND
Finalizes sales paid in cash and calculates change due.
RCPT ON/OFF To toggle receipt on and off status.
C/CONV
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To use currency conversion function
Programming
See “Initial Set-up Instructions” on page 7 when only basic setup and
programming is required.
This section contains all register programming options. Read this entire
section carefully in order to program you register to best fit your
individual needs.
All programming is done with the key lock in the P position.
Setting the Decimal Point
Place the key lock in the P position.

Enter 0 and press the X/TIME key for 2-digit decimal (0.00).

Enter 1 and press the  X/TIME  key for 0-digit decimal (000.).
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Department & PLU Programming
You have the following department options:

Departments can be taxable or non-taxable. Tax is added
automatically when taxable items are registered.

Departments can be single item. Single items departments
finalize immediately after an item is registered and are typically
used for popular one-item transactions, such as a ticket or a soft
drink.
To Program Department Status and Price
1. Place the key lock in the P position.
2. Determine the department status digit from the chart below.
3. Enter the department price and status digit and press DPT1 to
DPT16
N1
N2
N3
N4
N5
N1 ~
N7 : Preset price
N8
: Department Status
N6
Department Status Digit Values:
N8 Department Status
16
0
Normal Department; Non-Taxable
1
Normal Department; Taxable
2
Single Item Department; Non-Taxable
3
Single Item Department; Taxable
N7
N8
DPT
To Program PLU Status and Price
1. Place the key lock in the P position.
2. Determine the PLU status digit from the chart below.
3. Enter the PLU number press the PLU key. Enter the Price and
status (N1-N8) and press the PLU key again.
1 TO 100
N1
N3
N2
N1 ~
N4
N5
N6
N7
N8
PLU
PLU
N7 : Preset price
N8
: PLU Status
PLU Status Digit Values:
N8 PLU Status
0
Normal PLU; Non-Taxable
1
Normal PLU; Taxable
2
Single Item PLU; Non-Taxable
3
Single Item PLU; Taxable
To Program Department link to PLU
1. Place the key lock in the P position.
2. Enter the PLU number and PLU key and press Department key
to be linked.
1 TO 100
PLU
DEPT(Linked)
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Tax Programming
The ER-180 may be programmed to tax items at either a straight
percentage tax rate, or on based on a tax table.
Entering a Straight Percentage Tax Rate
The ER-180 will accept a 5 digit tax rate, with the decimal point fixed at
three places (00.000). If your area taxes goods based on a straight
percentage, enter the rate in the following manner.
1. Place the key lock in the P position.
2. Press 1 and then enter the five digit tax rate.
3. Press TAX.
Examples:
1
0
5
0
0
0
TAX
0
TAX
Enter 05000 for 5% Tax Rate
1
0
6
5
0
Enter 06500 for 6.5% Tax Rate
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Formulating a Tax Table
In some locales where taxes do not follow straight percentage rates, it is
necessary to enter the tax table. Before beginning tax table
programming, obtain a local tax chart and determine tax breaks for your
area.
Determine the lowest amount to be taxed, and the amount of tax that is
added at that point (some areas add .05 at the first breakpoint). Next
determine the tax break points by checking the chart for the highest
amount allowed before each penny of tax is added. The difference
between the high amounts (before each penny is added) determine the
tax break point.
As break points are determined, a pattern will appear. Once the pattern
has developed, it is repeated for all remaining amounts. However, the
first few break points will not fit this pattern. They are referred to as nonrepeat breaks.
The ER-180 allows for 20 breakpoints to establish repeated tax break
pattern. The following example is for an Illinois 4% tax.
TAX
AMOUNT
RANGE
BREAK
POINT
0
.00 - .12

First taxable amount = .13
1
.13 - .31
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Difference between .12 & .31
2
.32 - .54
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Difference between .31 & .54
3
.55 - .81
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Difference between .54 & .81
4
.82 - 1.08
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Difference between .81 & 1.08
5
1.09 - 1.37
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Difference between 1.08 & 1.37
6
1.38 - 1.62
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Repeating breakpoints begin
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1.63 - 1.87
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8
1.88 - 2.12
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9
2.13 - 2.37
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10
2.38 
COMMENTS
Pattern established
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Entering the Tax Table
Before beginning, you must evaluate your tax table as shown in the
example for the 4% Illinois tax table above. Should you make a mistake
in entering the break points, depress the C key to clear and re-enter the
table from the beginning.
Place the key lock in the P position.
1
3
TAX
LOWEST AMOUNT CHARGED TAX
1
TAX
AMOUNT OF FIRST TAX ADDED
1
9
TAX
FIRST NON-REPEAT TAX BREAK
2
3
TAX
NEXT NON-REPEAT TAX BREAK
2
7
TAX
NEXT NON-REPEAT TAX BREAK
2
7
TAX
NEXT NON-REPEAT TAX BREAK
2
9
TAX
LAST NON-REPEAT TAX BREAK
CHECK
SIGNALS END OF NON-REPEAT,
2
5
TAX
REPEAT BREAKPOINT
2
5
TAX
REPEAT BREAKPOINT
2
5
TAX
REPEAT BREAKPOINT
2
5
TAX
REPEAT BREAKPOINT
CASH
EXITS TAX TABLE PROGRAMMING
CAUTION: PRESSING THE CASH KEY ANY OTHER TIME IN
PROGRAM MODE WILL ERASE ALL TAX PROGRAMMING.
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Setting the Percent (%) Key
Place the key lock in the P position.
N1
N2
N3
N4
N5
-%
N1
N2
N3
N4
N5
+%
Digit
Value
N1-N4
Percentage rate with decimal fixed at two places (00.00).
N5
0 = Tax calculated after % discount is applied.
1 = Tax calculate before % discount is applied.
1
0
0
0
0
%
= 10%
Minus (-) Key Programming
Place the key lock in the P position.
N1
N1

Value
0
Tax calculated after coupon is applied.
1
Tax calculated before coupon is applied.
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Setting the Machine Number
The machine number prints on the receipt / journal tape along side the
transaction number.
Place the key lock in the P position.
N1
N2

NO SALE
Enter a two-digit ID # for N1 & N2
Setting Receipt Print or Journal Print
Place the key lock in the P position.
N1
SUB
TOTAL
N1
Value
0
Receipt Print (advances extra paper)
1
Journal Print
System Options
System option programming deals with aspects of programming not
associated with any particular key, but with the general operation of the
register. Each of the options may be turned on or off in this phase of
programming. Five options are set with each five digit entry, for a total
of ten. When changing the setting of a single option, the four
accompanying options must also be re-entered.
Step One of System Option Programming
All options have a value of zero as an initial setting.
Place the key lock in the P position.
N1
N2
N3
N4
N5
RA
Digit
Option
Value = 0
VALUE = 1
N1
CASH DECLARATION
NOT
COMPULSORY
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COMPULSORY
N2
SKIP ZERO TOTALS
FOR REPORTS
NO SKIP
SKIP
N3
DUPLICATE Z
REPORTS
NO DUPLICATE
DUPLICATE
N4
TOTAL REFUNDS &
VOIDS TO PRINT ON
REPORTS
PRINT
NOT PRINT
N5
SUBTOTAL TO PRINT
PRINT
NOT PRINT
Step Two of System Option Programming
Place the key lock in the P position.
N1
Digit
N2
N3
N4
Option
N5
PO
Value = 0
VALUE = 1
N1
GRAND TOTAL TO
PRINT
PRINT
NOT PRINT
N2
GRAND TOTAL TO
RESET WITH Z
REPORT
NOT RESET
RESET
N3
Z COUNTER TO
RESET WITH Z
REPORT
NOT RESET
RESET
N4
TRANSACTION
NUMBER TO RESET
WITH Z REPORT
NOT RESET
RESET
N5
PRINT DATE ON
RECEIPT (JOURNAL)
PRINT
NOT PRINT
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Setting the Date and Time
The clock automatically advances the date and prints the current date and
time on the paper. To set the date and time:
1. Turn the key lock to the X position.
2. Enter the date in six-digit format (MM DD YY) and press the
CHECK key.
M
M
D
D
Y
Y
CHECK
3. Enter the time in four-digit military time format (i.e. 15:00 is
3:00 PM). Press the CHECK key.
1
5
0
0
CHECK
Currency Conversion Rate Programming
Place the key lock in the P position.
N1
N2
N3
N4
N5
N6
C/CONV
Digit
Value
Comments
N1~N5
0.000 - 99.999
Conversion Rate
N6
0~5
Decimal Position
Ex. If conversion rate is 1.3720, then program 137204.
If conversion rate is 13.72, then program 13722.
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Operation Examples
Note: Set the key lock set to REG position.
This section provides examples of transactions in the register mode.
When an error occurs, press the CLEAR key. Error conditions may be
caused by incorrect entries or keys pressed in the wrong sequence.
Clerk Log On/Off
The display will read “CLOSEd” until a clerk is logged on. To log on a
clerk:

Enter the clerk number (1-4) and press the “CLERK” key.

To log off, enter “0” and press the “CLERK” key. The
“CLOSEd” message displays
No Sale
The no sale function opens the cash drawer outside of a sale. The no sale
activity counter on the financial report is incremented. To perform a no
sale:

Press NO SALE key
Non Add (Reference) Number Entries
Reference numbers up to seven-digits in length can be recorded on the
receipt/journal. The entry can be made prior to any operation in the
register mode. This number will not add to any totals or counters. To
enter a reference number

Enter a 1-7 digit number and press NO SALE key
Department Entries
Multiple Item Department Entry
1. Enter the quantity of items with the same price, press the
X/TIME key.
2. Enter the item price and press the department key.
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Single Item Department Entry
Single item departments automatically finalize the sale on CASH after
the department entry. If items have been entered to a regular department
as first entry in a sales transaction, and an entry is made into the single
item department, it will not finalize the sale automatically but act as a
normal department.

Enter the amount, press the single item department.
Minus () Key Operation
You may deduct a coupon or markdown using the Minus key.

Enter the amount to be deducted and pressing the minus  key.
Percent Discount Operation (%)
The percentage discount key may be used to either apply a discount to a
single item (item discount) or to an entire sale (subtotal discount). The
discount rate may be preprogrammed. When applying an item discount,
enter the percentage rate and press the % key. The register will now
re-display the amount due, less the discount amount.
Refund Procedure
You can refund sales. The department and sale totals are reduced by the
appropriate amount.
1. Press the RETURN key.
2. Enter the amount to be refunded press the related department
key.
3. Continue to make transaction entries or finalize the sale.
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Voiding Entries
If you should make an incorrect department entry you may correct it with
the void (VOID) key.
To void the last item entered:

Press the VOID key.
To void an item inside a transaction that was not immediately preceding
item:
1. Enter the amount to be voided.
2. Press the VOID key.
3. Press the affected department.
Payment Procedures
Cash
To total a cash transaction:

Press the CASH/TEND key.
To total the cash sale and calculate change due:
1. Enter the amount tendered.
2. Press CASH/TEND.
The amount due back in change is then displayed and printed.
Check and Charge
To total a check or charge transaction:

Press the CHECK or CHARGE key.
Change calculation from a charge key tender is not allowed.
Splitting Payment between Cash & Check
1. After entering items, press SUBTOTAL.
2. Enter the cash amount tendered first and press CASH/TEND.
(The cash drawer will not open at this time.)
3. Press the CHECK key to charge the remaining balance and open
drawer.
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Tax Shift Procedure
The TAX key us used to reverse the tax status of a single department
entry. That is, to make what would normally be a taxable entry nontaxable, or a non- taxable entry taxable. It may also used to exempt an
entire sale from tax.
To reverse the tax status of an individual item:
1. Enter the price of the item
2. Press TAX,
3. Press the department key.
To exempt an entire sale from tax:
1. Register all items.
2. Press SUBTOTAL.
3. Press TAX.
4. Press CASH/TEND or CHECK or CHARGE to finalize.
Received On Account (RA) Operation
Use the RA key to record money added to the cash drawer.

Enter the amount received and press the RA key.
Paid Out (PO) Operation
Use the PO key to record money removed from the cash drawer.

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Enter the amount paid out and press the PO key.
Management Reports and Balancing
Reports are detailed below:
Mode
Report
Entry
X
Cash Declaration
$ AMOUNT - SUBTOTAL
X
Read Financial Report
CASH
Z
Reset Financial Report
CASH
X
Read Department Report
CHARGE
Z
Reset Department Report
CHARGE
X
Read Clerk Report
CLERK
Z
Reset Clerk Report
CLERK
X
Read Z2 Financial Report
VOID
Z
Reset Z2 Financial Report
VOID
Cash Declaration
The cash declaration feature (if made compulsory in option programming
– see option N1 on page 20) will enforce the entry of the total cash-indrawer (C.I.D.) before allowing financial reports to be taken. This
feature does not allow cashiers to mislead management by altering
overages and shortages to their advantage.
The C.I.D. amount should be entered in the following way:

After allowing for the beginning bank, count the remaining cash
to be deposited. Enter the cash deposit amount and press the
SUBTOTAL key.
The register now issues a receipt showing the total cash declared, the
cash total from memory, and the difference between the two as either
over or short. When cash declaration is compulsory, the register will not
allow any transactions to take place after cash declaration has been
performed until the financial report has been reset in Z mode.
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Sample Financial Report
01-13-10
11-33
4 Z
3●20TX
0●00%
0●00 
58●69*1
0●00RF
4●00VD
58●69*2
008 #
32●59CA
32●59CH
26●10CG
10●00RA
20●00PO
22●59AT
004 NS
●●●●●●●●
190770●43*3
06401 1
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DATE/TIME
Z COUNTER, MODE
TAX TOTAL
% DISCOUNT TOTAL
 (COUPONS/MARKDOWNS)
NET SALES TOTAL
REFUND TOTAL
VOID TOTAL
GROSS SALES TOTAL
CUSTOMER COUNT
CASH TOTAL
CHECK TOTAL
CHARGE TOTAL
RECEIVED ON ACCOUNT
PAID OUT
CASH DECLARED
NO SALE COUNTER
GRAND TOTAL
TRANSACTION N0/MACHINE
N0/CLERK NO
System Balancing Equations
NET SALES TOTAL
= DEPARTMENT TOTALS
+ TAX
 % DISCOUNT TOTAL
 () COUPON / MARKDOWN TOTAL
GROSS SALES
= NET SALES TOTAL
+ REFUNDS
+ () COUPON / MARKDOWN TOTAL
+ % DISCOUNTS
NEW GRAND TOTAL = TODAYS GROSS SALES
+ PREVIOUS GRAND TOTAL
Maintenance
1. Avoid excess dust and extreme temperatures.
2. Be certain that AC cord is inserted firmly in the outlet, and that
cord poses no danger of accidental tripping.
3. Use no chemicals or abrasives while cleaning cabinet or
keyboard.
4. Do not pull or hold paper while the register is printing.
SAFETY NOTICE
The socket-outlet shall be installed
near the equipment and shall be easily
accessible.
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Specifications
Dimensions
REG. SIZE (SM DRAWER)
NET WEIGHT (SM DRAWER)
12.8W  16.54L  8.86H
10 lb. 36 oz. (5 kg)
Drawer
SIZE
WEIGHT
12.8W  16.54L  3.74H
6 lb. 84 oz. (3.3 kg)
Mode Key
LOCK SWITCH
POSITIONS
RECEIPT ON / OFF
ROTTERY
5 (OFF, REG, X, Z, PGM)
NONE (PROGRAMMABLE)
Keyboard
TYPE
NUMBER OF KEYS
KEYSTROKE BUFFER
RUBBER CONTACT TYPE
48
15
Printer
MODEL #
STATIONS
PAPER
COPY
PRINT SPEED
M42V
ONE
SINGLE PLY (57.5 mm or 40 mm)
NONE
2.2 LINES per SECOND
Display
TYPE
CAPACITY
SYMBOLS
VFD
8 DIGITS
5 (E, C, -, =, S)
Power
INPUT
120V AC ±10%, 60 Hz
CONSUMPTION
MEMORY BACK-UP
BATTERY
STANDBY : 2W, MAX : 8W
60 DAYS
MSLithium, 3.0V 11mAh
(MS920S)
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