Sam4s ER-250RF Specifications

Sam4s ER-250RF Specifications
ER-390M
Operation and
Program Manual
All specifications are subject to change without notice
Precaution Statements
Follow these safety, servicing and ESD precautions to prevent damage and to protect against potential hazards such as
electrical shock.
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Safety Precautions
1. Be sure that all built-in protective devices are
replaced. Restore any missing protective shields.
2. When reinstalling the chassis and its assemblies, be
sure to restore all protective devices, including
nonmetallic control knobs and compartment
covers.
3. Make sure there are no cabinet openings through
which people - particularly children - might insert
fingers and contact dangerous voltages.
Such openings include excessively wide cabinet
ventilation slots and improperly fitted covers and
drawers.
4. Design Alteration Warning:
Never alter or add to the mechanical or electrical
design of the SECR. Unauthorized alterations
might create a safety hazard. Also, any design
changes or additions will void the manufacturer’s
warranty.
5. Components, parts and wiring that appear to have
overheated or that are otherwise damaged should
be replaced with parts that meet the original
specifications. Always determine the cause of
damage or over- heating, and correct any potential
hazards.
CAUTION
There is the danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly
replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type
recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose used batteries according to the manufacturer’s
instructions.
6.
Observe the original lead dress, especially near the
following areas: sharp edges, and especially the
AC and high voltage supplies. Always inspect for
pinched, out-of-place, or frayed wiring. Do not
change the spacing between components and the
printed circuit board. Check the AC power cord
for damage. Make sure that leads and
components do not touch thermally hot parts.
7. Product Safety Notice:
Some electrical and mechanical parts have special
safety-related characteristics that might not be
obvious from visual inspection. These safety
features and the protection they give might be lost
if the replacement component differs from the
original - even if the replacement is rated for
higher voltage, wattage, etc.
Components that are critical for safety are
indicated in the circuit diagram by shading, ( )
or ( ).
Use replacement components that have
the same ratings, especially for flame resistance
and dielectric strength specifications. A
replacement part that does not have the same
safety characteristics as the original might create
shock, fire or other hazards.
ATTENTION
ll y a danger d’explosion s’il y a remplacement incorrect
de la batterie.
Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du même type
ou d’un type équivalent recommandé par le constructeur.
Mettre au rebut les batteries usagées conformément aux
instructions du fabricant.
SAFETY NOTICE: "For pluggable equipment, the socket-outlet shall be installed near
the equipment and shall be easily accessible."
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Servicing Precautions
WARNING: First read the-Safety Precautions-section of this manual. If some unforeseen circumstance creates a conflict
between the servicing and safety precautions, always follow the safety precautions.
WARNING: An electrolytic capacitor installed with the wrong polarity might explode.
1. Servicing precautions are printed on the cabinet.
Follow them.
2. Always unplug the units AC power cord from the
AC power source before attempting to:
(a) Remove or reinstall any component or assembly
(b) Disconnect an electrical plug or connector
(c) Connect a test component in parallel with an
electrolytic capacitor
3. Some components are raised above the printed
circuit board for safety. An insulation tube or tape
is sometimes used. The internal wiring is sometimes
clamped to prevent contact with thermally hot
components. Reinstall all such elements to their
original position.
4. After servicing, always check that the screws,
components and wiring have been correctly
reinstalled. Make sure that the portion around the
serviced part has not been damaged.
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5. Check the insulation between the blades of the AC
plug and accessible conductive parts (examples:
metal panels and input terminals).
6. Insulation Checking Procedure: Disconnect the
power cord from the AC source and turn the power
switch ON. Connect an insulation resistance meter
(500V) to the blades of AC plug.
The insulation resistance between each blade of the
AC plug and accessible conductive parts (see
above) should be greater than 1 megohm.
7. Never defeat any of the B+ voltage interlocks.
Do not apply AC power to the unit (or any of its
assemblies) unless all solid-state heat sinks are
correctly installed.
8. Always connect an instrument’s ground lead to the
instrument chassis ground before connecting the
positive lead; always remove the instrument’s
ground lead last.
Precautions for Electrostatic Sensitive Devices (ESDs)
1. Some semiconductor (solid state) devices are easily
damaged by static electricity. Such components
are called Electrostatic Sensitive Devices (ESDs);
examples include integrated circuits and some fieldeffect transistors. The following techniques will
reduce the occurrence of component damage caused
by static electricity.
2. Immediately before handling any semiconductor
components or assemblies, drain the electrostatic
charge from your body by touching a known earth
ground. Alternatively, wear a discharging wriststrap device. (Be sure to remove it prior to applying
power - this is an electric shock precaution.)
3. After removing an ESD-equipped assembly, place it
on a conductive surface such as aluminum foil to
prevent accumulation of electrostatic charge.
4. Do not use Freon-propelled chemicals. These can
generate electrical charges that damage ESDs.
5. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron when
soldering or unsoldering ESDs.
6. Use only an anti-static solder removal device.
Many solder removal devices are not rated as antistatic; these can accumulate sufficient electrical
charge to damage ESDs.
7. Do not remove a replacement ESD from its
protective package until you are ready to install it.
Most replacement ESDs are packaged with leads
that are electrically shorted together by conductive
foam, aluminum foil or other conductive materials.
8. Immediately before removing the protective
material from the leads of a replacement ESD,
touch the protective material to the chassis or
circuit assembly into which the device will be
installed.
9. Minimize body motions when handling unpackaged
replacement ESDs. Motions such as brushing
clothes together, or lifting a foot from a carpeted
floor can generate enough static electricity to
damage an ESD.
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Getting Started
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About the ER-390M ................................................................................................................... 1
Unpacking.................................................................................................................................. 2
Installing the Paper .................................................................................................................... 2
Basic Features and Functions..................................................................................................... 6
Standard Hardware ...................................................................................................... 6
Optional Hardware ...................................................................................................... 6
Software Features ........................................................................................................ 6
Front Display ............................................................................................................... 7
Rear Display ................................................................................................................ 8
Control Lock.............................................................................................................. 11
Keyboards.................................................................................................................. 12
Memory Clear .......................................................................................................................... 13
Memory All Clear...................................................................................................... 13
Initial Clear .............................................................................................................................. 14
Operating Instructions
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Function Key Descriptions....................................................................................................... 15
Clerk Sign-On/Sign-Off ........................................................................................................... 19
Direct Sign-On........................................................................................................... 19
Coded Sign-On .......................................................................................................... 19
Receipt On and Off .................................................................................................................. 20
Item Registrations .................................................................................................................... 21
Open Keyboard PLU Entry ....................................................................................... 22
Preset Price Keyboard PLU....................................................................................... 22
Keyboard PLU Repeat Entry ..................................................................................... 23
Keyboard PLU Multiplication ................................................................................... 24
Keyboard PLU Multiplication with Decimal Point ................................................... 25
Split Pricing (Keyboard PLU) ................................................................................... 26
Single Item Keyboard PLU ....................................................................................... 27
Open Code Entry PLU............................................................................................... 28
Preset Price Code Entry PLU .................................................................................... 28
Code Entry PLU Multiplication................................................................................. 29
Code Entry PLU Multiplication with Decimal Point ................................................. 30
Split Pricing Code Entry PLU ................................................................................... 30
Modifier Key ............................................................................................................. 31
Price Level Key ......................................................................................................... 32
Promo ........................................................................................................................ 33
Waste ......................................................................................................................... 34
Percent Key Operations ........................................................................................................... 35
Preset Percent Discount on an Item ........................................................................... 35
Enter a Percent Discount on an Item ......................................................................... 36
Percent on Sale Total................................................................................................. 36
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Coupon on Sale (Vendor Coupon).............................................................................37
Item Discount.............................................................................................................38
Return Merchandise Registrations ...........................................................................................39
Voids and Corrections..............................................................................................................40
Error Correction (Void Last Item) .............................................................................40
Void Previous Item....................................................................................................40
Cancel ........................................................................................................................41
Void Position Operations...........................................................................................41
No Sale Operations ..................................................................................................................42
Open Drawer..............................................................................................................42
Non Add Number ......................................................................................................42
Received On Account Operations ............................................................................................43
Paid Out Operations.................................................................................................................44
Subtotaling a Sale ....................................................................................................................45
Eat In/Take Out/Drive Thru Sales............................................................................................45
Totaling and Tendering............................................................................................................46
Totaling a Cash Sale ..................................................................................................46
Totaling a Check Sale ................................................................................................46
Tendering a Cash Sale ...............................................................................................47
Tendering a Check Sale .............................................................................................47
Totaling a Charge Sale...............................................................................................48
Tendering a Charge Sale............................................................................................49
Check Cashing ...........................................................................................................50
Split Tender ...............................................................................................................51
Post Tender................................................................................................................52
Currency Conversion .................................................................................................53
Table Management and Clerk Interrupt Operations.................................................................54
Overview ...................................................................................................................54
Soft Check .................................................................................................................55
Hard Check ................................................................................................................60
Direct Scale Entry......................................................................................................67
Automatic Scale Entry ...............................................................................................68
Tare Weight Entry .....................................................................................................68
Manual Tare Weight Entry ........................................................................................69
Manual Weight Entry.................................................................................................70
X Mode
71
Introduction..............................................................................................................................71
X Reports .................................................................................................................................72
Running a Report - General Instructions ...................................................................72
Report Table ..............................................................................................................73
Cash Declaration......................................................................................................................75
Service Mode Programming
76
Overview..................................................................................................................................76
Memory Allocation Scan .........................................................................................................77
Pc Online Mode .......................................................................................................................77
Memory Allocation ..................................................................................................................78
Clear Total ...............................................................................................................................79
Clear Grand Total ....................................................................................................................79
Clear PLU File .........................................................................................................................79
EPROM Information................................................................................................................79
Function Key Assignment Programming .................................................................................80
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Function Key Codes .................................................................................................. 81
RS-232 Communication Options ............................................................................................. 82
Program Mode Programming
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Default Programming............................................................................................................... 85
Descriptor Programming.......................................................................................................... 85
Tax Programming .................................................................................................................... 86
Straight Percentage Tax Rate Programming.............................................................. 86
PLU Programming ................................................................................................................... 88
Program 100 – PLU Status Programming ................................................................. 89
Program 110 – PLU Auto Tare Programming........................................................... 92
Program 150 – PLU Group Assignment .................................................................... 93
Program 200 – PLU Price/HALO Programming....................................................... 94
Program 250 – PLU Stock Amount Programming .................................................... 95
Program 300 – PLU Description Programming......................................................... 96
Program 350 – PLU Link Programming.................................................................... 97
Program 400 – PLU Delete Programming................................................................. 98
Program 450 – PLU MIX & MATCH Programming ................................................ 99
System Option Programming ................................................................................................. 100
System Option Table ............................................................................................... 101
Print Option Programming..................................................................................................... 104
Print Option Table ................................................................................................... 105
Function Key Programming ................................................................................................... 109
Program 70 - Function Key Options........................................................................ 110
Program 80 - Function Key Descriptor.................................................................... 111
Program 90 - Function Key HALO ......................................................................... 112
ADD CHECK.......................................................................................................... 113
CANCEL ................................................................................................................. 114
CASH ...................................................................................................................... 115
CHARGE1-8 ........................................................................................................... 116
CHEQUE................................................................................................................. 117
CHECK CASHING................................................................................................. 118
CHECK ENDORSEMENT ..................................................................................... 119
CHECK # ................................................................................................................ 120
CURRENCY CONVERSION................................................................................. 121
DRIVE THRU / EAT IN / TAKE OUT .................................................................. 122
ERROR CORRECT ................................................................................................ 123
F/S TEND................................................................................................................ 124
GUEST .................................................................................................................... 125
LEVEL1-2 ............................................................................................................... 125
#/NS......................................................................................................................... 126
RETURN ................................................................................................................. 127
MODIFIER 1-5 ....................................................................................................... 128
PAYMENT.............................................................................................................. 129
PBAL....................................................................................................................... 129
PROMO................................................................................................................... 130
PAID OUT1-3 ......................................................................................................... 131
PRINT CHECK....................................................................................................... 132
RECD ON ACCT1-3............................................................................................... 133
SCALE .................................................................................................................... 134
SERVICE ................................................................................................................ 135
SUBTOTAL ............................................................................................................ 136
TARE ...................................................................................................................... 137
TAX EXEMPT........................................................................................................ 138
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TIP...........................................................................................................................139
VALIDATE .............................................................................................................140
VOID .......................................................................................................................141
WASTE ...................................................................................................................142
%1- %5 ....................................................................................................................143
Clerk Programming................................................................................................................145
Program 800 - Secret Code Programming ...............................................................146
Program 801 - Drawer Assignment & Training Clerk .............................................147
Program 810 – Clerk Description Programming .....................................................148
Mix & Match Programming...................................................................................................149
Program 600 - Trip Level Programming..................................................................150
Program 601 - Price Programming ..........................................................................150
Program 610 - Mix & Match Description Programming .........................................151
Group Programming ..............................................................................................................152
Miscellaneous Programming..................................................................................................154
Macro Key Sequence Programming ........................................................................154
Logo Description Programming...............................................................................155
NLU Code Number Programming ...........................................................................161
Cash-In-Drawer Limit Programming .......................................................................162
Check Change Limit Programming..........................................................................163
Date and Time Programming...................................................................................164
Scale Tare Weight Programming.............................................................................165
Machine Number Programming...............................................................................166
Program Scans .......................................................................................................................167
Sample Reports
169
Financial.................................................................................................................................169
Time .......................................................................................................................................173
PLU........................................................................................................................................174
Clerk ......................................................................................................................................175
Individual Clerk .....................................................................................................................176
Groups....................................................................................................................................177
Stock ......................................................................................................................................178
Open Check............................................................................................................................179
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Getting Started
About the ER-390M
The ER-390M is offered in three different versions.
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The ER-390M features a flat 90-position keyboard with 60 NLU keys.
A standard capacity of 300 PLUs and 20 Groups allows for easy item
management.
ER-390M is an excellent low cost solution for a wide range of retail environments.
ER-390M, with its superb thermal printing system, always provides the fastest in transaction
speeds.
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Unpacking
1. Unpack and unwrap the cash register.
2. Located in the packing are the following items:
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1 roll of paper and paper spindle,
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2 sets of control keys,
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Operation and Program Manual,
3. Remove the cardboard protectors from the cash drawer.
4. Plug the register into a grounded outlet (three prong), insert a control key and turn
the key to the REG control lock position.
Installing the Paper
1. Remove the printer cover.
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2. Push the blue cap lever and then lift up to open the paper cover.
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3. Ensure that the paper is being fed from the bottom of the roll.
4. Put the leading edge of the paper over the printer
5. Close the paper cover slowly until it locks firmly
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6. Passing the leading edge of the paper through the cutter slot.
paper. Replace the printer cover.
Tear off the excess
※ If you wish to use the printer to print a sales journal or electronic journal, insert the paper
into the paper take-up spool. Wind the paper two or three turns around the spool shaft and
install the spool in the mount.
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Basic Features and Functions
Standard Hardware
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Display: Adjustable 2 line, 20 character liquid crystal display and
ten position rear displays with a rear pop up display standard.
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90-position keyboard.
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1 station Thermal 32-column printer with drop-and-print mechanism.
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Sturdy Metal Cash Drawer with removable 5 Bill/5 Coin or 4Bill/8 Coin drawer
insert.
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7-position control lock.
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Standard customer pole display.
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Communications ports: 2 RS232C.
Optional Hardware
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Load cell scale.
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Kitchen printer.
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Bar code scanner.
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Coin changer.
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Pole Display.
Software Features
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Up to 2 price levels for each PLU.
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Up to 5 PLU modifier keys.
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1000 Price Look Ups (PLUs) for open or preset item registration. For direct
registrations, up to 60 PLU keys are on the keyboard.
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18 character programmable descriptors for PLUs and functions.
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Up to 99 PLU Group totals.
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Up to 99 clerks with separate report totals.
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Front Display
The ER-390M comes with a liquid crystal screen, allowing you to view up to 2 lines of
information with up to 20 characters per line. The display is backlit and adjustable to provide
excellent visibility, regardless of lighting conditions.
When the control lock is in the OFF position, the register cannot be operated. When the
control lock in the REG, VOID, X, Z, PGM or SM positions the appropriate message, there
are displayed with the message “CLOSED”. You must sign on a clerk to remove the
“CLOSED” message and begin operation.
REG
REG MODE
CLOSED
VOID
VOID MODE
CLOSED
Operator Display Example
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Press 10.00 – PLU117 to register of the PLU117
PLU117
1

10.00
Press 50.00 – PLU117 to tender a sale
CASH
CHANGE
50.00
40.00
Displayed Error Conditions
** WARNING **
SEQUENCE ERR
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Rear Display
The rear display is a 10 digit florescent display that allows your customer to monitor the
transaction and view the sale total. The rear display can be lifted and turned for easy
customer viewing.
Rear Display Information
Item Count
Amount
The number of times an item has been repeated is displayed
The amount of the item, subtotal or total, is displayed in the
rightmost portion of the display
Rear Display Message
C
Sub
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Change Due
Negative entry
Subtotal of the sale
Total of the sale
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Error Code Table
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E0
SEQUENCE ERROR
E1
PLU NO DATA
E2
CLERK ERROR
E3
AMOUNT COUNT OVER
E4
LAN TRAN
E5
COMMUNICATION ERROR
E6
TIME AND DATE
E7
LIMIT OVER
E8
INACTIVE
E9
XMODE ONLY
E10
NONADD
E11
ADDCHECK ERROR
E12
CONDIMENT ERROR
E13
REQ. EAT IN
E14
REQ. STOCK
E15
REQ.DRAWER
E16
REQ.GUEST
E17
SCALE
E18
CLERK NOT MATCH
E19
COMPULSORY TARE
E20
REQ.DECLARATION
E21
OFF LINE
E22
REQ.ENDORSEMENT
E23
CONSOL OVER
E24
REQ.SUBTOTAL
E25
PROMO ERROR
E26
CHECK OPEN
E27
REQ. PASSWORD
E28
NO VOID PLU
E29
232C SETUP ERROR
E30
REQ.PRESET VALUE
E31
REQ. OPEN VALUE
E32
REQ. AMOUNT
E33
REQ. PAYMENT
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E34
INVALID FUNCTION
E35
REQ. TABLE
E36
REQ. PBAL
E37
REQ.CHECK #
E38
ONLY ONE TABLE
E39
REQ. VALID
PER
RECEIPT PRINTER PAPER END
PCO
PRINTER COVER OPEN
PFP
SYSTEM ERROR (If this problem occurs, call the service
engineer.)
E43
MEMORY ALLOCATION ERROR
E44
ELECTRONIC JOURNAL FULL
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Control Lock
The control lock has 7 positions, accessed with 5 keys.
sets of keys.
Each ECR is shipped with two full
VOID Use to void (correct) items outside of a sale.
OFF
VOID
REG
OFF
The register is inoperable.
X
REG
Use for normal registrations.
Z
X
Use to read register reports.
Z
Use to read register reports and reset totals to zero.
P
Use to program the register.
S
The S position is a hidden position reserved for
dealer access.
P
S
Before performing any operations in Register Mode a clerk must be signed on. See “Clerk
Sign-On/Sign-Off” for a description of clerk operations.
Control Keys
The ER-390M includes two sets of keys that may be used to access the following control lock
positions.
Note:
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Key
Positions Accessible
REG
OFF, REG
VOID
VOID, OFF, REG, X
Z
VOID, OFF, REG, X, Z
P
VOID, OFF, REG, X, Z, P
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ALL POSITIONS
Keys may be removed from the control lock in the OFF or REG positions.
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Keyboards
The ER-390M keyboard includes 90 key positions with the default legends and key
assignments as shown below. The keyboard legend sheet can be replaced by lifting the
protective plastic cover.
Programmable key locations are shown with a bold border.
1
7
13
19
52
31
37
43
49
55
PAPER
FEED
RECEIPT
ON/OFF
RECD
ACCT
PAID
OUT
CLERK
#
2
8
14
20
26
32
38
44
50
56
#/NS
CLEAR
PLU
X/TIME
%1
3
9
15
21
27
33
39
45
51
57
VOID
7
8
9
CHARGE
4
10
16
22
28
34
40
46
52
58
RETURN
4
5
6
CHECK
5
11
17
23
29
35
41
47
53
59
ERROR
CORR
1
2
3
SBTL
6
12
18
24
30
36
42
48
54
60
CANCEL
0
00
.
CASH
PAPER
FEED
RECEIPT
ON/OFF
RECD
ACCT
PAID
OUT
CLERK
#
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#
$
%
^
&
*
(
)
#/NS
CLEAR
PLU
X/TIME
%1
Q
W
E
R
T
Y
U
I
O
P
VOID
7
8
9
CHARGE
A
S
D
F
G
H
J
K
L
;
RETURN
4
5
6
CHECK
Z
X
C
V
B
N
M
,
.
/
ERROR
CORR
1
2
3
SBTL
+
-
<
>
?
=
CAPS
DOUBLE
BACK
CANCEL
SPACE SPACE
0
00
.
CASH
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Memory Clear
CAUTION: The procedures described in this area are security sensitive. Clearing
all or parts of the ER-390M memory may cause damage or loss to the program. Do
not share this information with unauthorized users and distribute the special
SERVICE-Mode key only to those you may want to perform these functions.
Memory All Clear
Perform "Clear All Totals", or "Clear PLU File" if you wish to clear only parts of ER-390M
memory. Complete clearing of all memory areas and installation of the default program can
be done through the following special procedure:
1. Turn the power switch located on the right side of the register to the OFF position.
2. Turn the control lock to the S position one position.
3. Press and hold the key position where the CHECK key is located on the default
keyboard layout.
4. Continue to hold the CHECK key while turning the power switch to the ON position.
5. Press the upper left key of the keyboard, then the lower left key, then the upper right key,
and finally press the lower right key.
6. When memory is cleared, the register prints a message “RAM ALL CLEAR OK!”
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Initial Clear
CAUTION: Do not share this information with unauthorized users.
Mode key only to those you may want to perform this function.
Distribute the P
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.
Here are some reasons you may want to perform an initial clear:
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The register is in an unknown state, and you wish to exit the current program or
transaction without following normal procedures.
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You have performed a function that includes a compulsory activity and you wish
to bypass the compulsion.
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An initial clear may be necessary as part of servicing, or troubleshooting.
To Perform an Initial Clear:
1. Unplug the register.
2. Turn the control lock to the P position.
3. Press and hold the key position where the SBTL key is located on the default
keyboard layout.
4. While continuing to hold the SBTL key, plug the register into a power source.
5. The message "INITIAL CLEAR OK!” prints when the initial clear is complete.
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Operating Instructions
Function Key Descriptions
Keys are listed in alphabetical order. Some of the keys described below are not included on
the default keyboard. See “Function Key Assignment Programming to add or change
programmable keys.
Keyboard Legend
Description
#/NS
Use as a non-add key to print up to an 8-digit numeric entry on the receipt.
This entry will not add to any sales totals. The #/NS key is also used to
open the cash drawer without making a sale.
X/TIME
Use to a multiply a quantity of items or calculate split pricing on PLU
entries.
00, 0-9, Decimal
Use to make numeric entries in REG, X, Z, VOID, or P positions. The
decimal key is used for decimal or scale multiplication, when setting or
entering fractional percentage discounts, or when programming fractional
tax rates. Do not use the decimal key when making amount entries into
PLUs.
ADD CHECK
Use to combine individual trays (in a cafeteria situation) that will be
paid together. Each tray subtotal can advance the consecutive number,
depending on programming.
CANCEL
Cancels a transaction without updating PLU, or function key totals. The
Cancel function may only be used prior to tendering. Once tendering
begins, the Cancel function may no longer be used. The CANCEL key
corrects the appropriate totals and counters and the Financial report
records total of transactions canceled.
CASH
Calculates the sale total including tax, finalizes the sale, and opens the
cash drawer. Change computation is allowed by entering an amount
before pressing the CASH key. The cash drawer will open only if the
amount tendered is equal to or greater than the total amount of the sale.
Post tendering is also available should a second change calculation be
necessary. Re-enter the tendered amount and press the CASH key to
show the new change computation.
Press the CASH key a second time to issue a buffered receipt (up to 200
lines) when the receipt on/off function is OFF.
CHECK
Use to finalize check sales.
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finalizes the sale, and opens the cash drawer. Change computation is
allowed by entering an amount before pressing the CHECK key. The
cash drawer will open only if the amount tendered is equal to or greater
than the total amount of the sale. Change issued will be subtracted
from the cash-in-drawer total.
CHECK CASHING
Use to exchange a check for cash. Cash-in-drawer and check-in-drawer
totals are adjusted.
CHECK ENDORSEMENT
Use to print a check endorsement message on an optional slip printer to
program an endorsement message.
CHARGE (1-8)
Use to finalize charge sales. Calculates the sale total including tax,
finalizes the sale, and opens the cash drawer. Change computation is
allowed by entering an amount before pressing the CHARGE key.
The cash drawer will open only if the amount tendered is equal to or
greater than the total amount of the sale. Change issued will be
subtracted from the cash-in-drawer total.
CHECK #
The CHECK # key is used to begin a new, or access an existing
balance (hard check) or itemized bill (soft check.)
Check track numbers that are entered manually may be set at a fixed
length of one to nine digits. Check track numbers assigned
automatically will begin with #1.
Existing checks are accessed by entering the check track number and
pressing the CHECK # key.
CLEAR
Use to clear entries made into the 10 key numeric pad or X/TIME key
before they are printed. Also used to clear error conditions.
CLERK
The register will not operate in register mode unless a clerk has been
signed on. Clerk sign-on is accomplished by “direct” or “secret code”
sign-on.
All entries made on the register will report to one of the 15 clerk totals.
When a clerk is signed on, all entries following will add to that clerk’s
total until another clerk is signed on. However, a clerk cannot be
changed in the middle of a transaction.
To sign a clerk off, thereby displaying the “CLOSED” message on the
display, enter 0, and then press the CLERK key. This disables the
register until another clerk is signed on. The current clerk must first be
signed off before another clerk may be signed on.
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CONV (1 & 4)
The currency conversion function, allowed after subtotal, converts and
displays the new subtotal at a preprogrammed exchange rate. Tendering
is allowed after using the currency conversion function. Change is
calculated and issued in home currency. The amount of foreign currency
tendered is stored in a separate total on the Financial report, but not added
to the drawer total.
EAT-IN
TAKE OUT
DRIVE THRU
Eat-In, Take Out and Drive Thru are subtotal functions. In areas that
have different tax rules for eat-in and take out sales, the EAT-IN,
TAKE OUT and DRIVE THRU keys can be programmed to
automatically charge or exempt taxes. Sales may not be split between
Eat-In, Take Out and Drive Thru. The EAT-IN, TAKE OUT and
DRIVE THRU keys maintain separate totals on the Financial report.
ERROR CORR
Use to correct the last entry. The ERROR CORR key corrects the
appropriate totals and counters.
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F/S SHIFT
When pressed before a PLU entry, the F/S SHIFT key reverses the
preprogrammed food stamp status of the PLU. For example, an item not
food stamp eligible can be made food stamp eligible.
F/S SUB
Displays the amount of the sale that is food stamp eligible.
F/S TEND
Use to tender food stamps for eligible sales.
GUEST #
Use to enter the count of guests served as part of a guest check.
MACRO (1-10)
Macro keys may be programmed to record, and then later perform, up to
50 keystrokes.
For example, a macro key could be set to tender (preset tender) a
common currency, such as $5 into the cash key.
RETURN
Used to return or refund merchandise. Returning an item will also
return any tax that may have been applied.
MODIFIER 1-5
The Modifier key alters the next PLU registered, either by changing the
Code number of the PLU so that a different item is registered, or by
adding the modifier descriptor.
P/BAL
Use to enter the amount of an outstanding balance.
PAID OUT
Use to record money taken from the register to pay invoices, etc. The
paid out amount subtracts from the cash-in-drawer total. Paid outs are
allowed outside of a sale only.
% Keys
Up to five % keys may be placed on the keyboard. Each % key is set
with a specific function, such as item discount or surcharge, or sale
discount or surcharge.
(1- 5)
The percent rate may be entered or preprogrammed, or the percent keys
can be programmed with a negative open or preset price, thus acting as
coupon keys.
A percentage key may also be set up to accept charge tip entries.
PLU
The PLU key is used to register price look-ups by number entry. PLUs
can be programmed open or preset, and positive or negative.
PAYMENT
Use to Charge Posting Feature.
PRINT CHECK
Use to print a guest check. The check can be printed on an optional (RS232C) printer, or can be printed on the receipt printer. The PRINT
CHECK key can be set to automatically service the check.
PROMO
The PROMO key allows you to account for promotional items, as in "buy
two, get one free". Pressing this key will remove an item's cost from the
sale, but will include the sale of the item in the item's sales counter.
FEED
Advances the receipt paper one line, or continuously until the key is
released.
RECD ACCT
The RECD ACCT (received on account) key is used to record media
loaned to the cash drawer, or payments received outside of a sale. The
cash drawer will open. The amount received adds to the cash-in-drawer
total.
SCALE
Use to make weight entries. When a scale is attached, press the scale key
to show the weight in the display, then press (or enter) a PLU to multiple
the weight times the price. When a scale is not attached, you can enter
the weight (using the decimal key for fractions). PLUs may be
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programmed to require an entry through the scale key.
SERVICE
Use to temporarily finalize Previous Balance or Table tracking
transactions.
SBTL
Displays subtotal of sale including tax. Must be pressed prior to a sale
discount or sale surcharge.
TABLE #
Tracks the current balance for a guest check or table.
TARE
Tares are container weights. If you are using the scale function, you can
preset up to 5 different tare weights. The tare can be subtracted
automatically when a specific PLU is registered, or manually inputting the
tare number and pressing the TARE key can subtract the tare. Tare #5
can be programmed for entering tare weights manually.
TAX EXEMPT
Press the TAX EXEMPT key to exempt tax 1, tax 2, tax 3, and/or tax 4
from the entire sale.
TAX (1-4) SHIFT
When pressed before a PLU entry, the tax shift keys reverse the tax status
of the PLU, i.e., a PLU with non-tax status would become taxable or a
PLU with tax status would become non-taxable.
TIP
The TIP key allows a gratuity to be added to a guest check before
payment. The tip amount is deducted from the Cash-in-Drawer
amount for the Clerk/Cashier closing the guest check.
The TIP key may be programmed as either a percentage or amount. If
programmed as a percentage, tax programming defines whether the
percentage is calculated on the net amount, or the amount after taxes.
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VOID
Use to correct an item entered earlier within a sale. The VOID key
corrects the appropriate totals and counters. To correct the last item, use
the ERROR CORR key. For void operations outside of a sale
(Transaction Void), use the VOID position on the control lock. The
Financial report records totals for each type of void separately.
VALID
Press the VALID key to print a one-line validation on a separate form or
piece of paper. Any item registration, discount or payment may be
validated.
WASTE
The WASTE key allows control of inventory by accounting for items that
must be removed from stock due to spoilage, breakage or mistakes.
Press the WASTE key before entering wasted items, and then press the
WASTE key again to finalize. 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.
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Clerk Sign-On/Sign-Off
See "System Option Programming” to review your clerk options:
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System option #2 allows you to select direct or code entry sign on and/or staydown or pop-up operation.
Depending on how your machine has been programmed, sign-on will take place only at the
beginning of a shift (stay-down), or may have to be repeated for each transaction (pop-up).
If your machine has been programmed for stay-down clerks, the clerk currently signed on
must be signed off before another clerk may be signed on.
Check with your store manager to see which options have been selected for your register.
Before any transaction may take place, a clerk must be signed on. Clerk sign-on is
accomplished in one of two ways:
Direct Sign-On
To sign on a clerk, enter the clerk number and press the clerk key.
CLERK
Clerk # (1-15)
To sign the clerk off, enter 0 (Zero) and press the clerk key.
0
CLERK
Coded Sign-On
To sign on a clerk, press the clerk key, enter the clerk code, and then press the clerk key
again.
CLERK
CLERK
Clerk Code (up to 6 digits)
To sign the clerk off, enter 0 (Zero) and press the clerk key.
0
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Receipt On and Off
1. Press the Receipt On/Off Button on the keyboard to toggle receipt printing
between On and Off
OR if the receipt On/Off button has been reprogrammed
1.
Turn the control lock to the X position.
2. To turn the receipt off, enter 9 9, press the SBTL key. Enter 1, press CASH.
9
9
SBTL
1
CASH
3. To turn the receipt on, enter 9 9, press the SBTL key. Enter 0, press CASH.
9
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SBTL
0
CASH
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Item Registrations
All registrations on ER-390M are made into open or preset PLUs.
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In place of traditional PLU keys, some PLUs are located directly on the
keyboard.
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When more items or categories are needed than the number of PLUs available
on the keyboard, registrations can be into PLUs by entering the PLU code
number and pressing the PLU key on the keyboard or by using a barcode
scanner.
This system simplifies reporting by listing all items (regardless of how they are entered) on
the PLU report, while reporting for groups of items or categories is available from the Group
report
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Open Keyboard PLU Entry
1. Enter an amount on the numberpad. Do
not use the decimal key. For example,
for $2.99, enter:
2
9
9
2. Press a PLU key.
PLU 1:
For example, press
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
PLU1 T1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
No.000011
$2.99
$0.18
$3.17
$3.17
00001
1
Preset Price Keyboard PLU
A preset PLU registers the price that was previously programmed for the PLU. See "PLU
Programming" in the "Program Mode Programming" chapter to program preset prices.
1. Press a preset PLU key.
press PLU 5:
For example,
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
5
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PLU5
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
No.000011
$1.29
$1.29
$1.29
00001
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Keyboard PLU Repeat Entry
Open or preset price PLUs can be repeated as many times as necessary by pressing the same
PLU again. The number of times the item is repeated is shown on the display.
1. Enter an amount on the numberpad. Do
not use the decimal key. For example,
for $2.99, enter:
2
9
9
2. Press a PLU key.
PLU 1:
For example, press
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
PLU1 T1
PLU1 T1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
No.000011
$2.99
$2.99
$0.36
$6.34
$6.34
00001
1
3. To register a second item exactly as the
first, press the PLU key a second time.
For example, press PLU 1:
1
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Keyboard PLU Multiplication
When several of the same items are to be entered into the same PLU, you can use
multiplication. You can enter a quantity (1 to 999.999) using the X/TIME key. You can
multiply open or preset PLUs.
1. Enter the quantity of items being
purchased, and then press the X/TIME
key. For example, enter 4 on the
numeric key pad and press the X/TIME
key:
4
X/TIME
2. Enter an amount on the numberpad. Do
not use the decimal key. For example,
for $1.99, enter:
1
9
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
4X
PLU1 T1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
@1.99
No.000011
$7.96
$0.48
$8.44
$8.44
00001
9
3. Press a PLU key.
PLU 1:
For example, press
1
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Keyboard PLU Multiplication with Decimal Point
If you are selling items by weight, or if you are selling yard goods, you can multiply a
fraction of a unit.
1. Enter the amount with the decimal point,
and then press the X/TIME key. For
example, for 3.75 pounds of produce,
enter:
3
.
7
5
X/TIME
2. Enter an amount on the numberpad. Do
not use the decimal key. For example,
if the price is $.99 per pound, enter:
9
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
3.75
PLU1 T1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
@0.99
No.000011
$3.71
$0.22
$3.93
$3.93
00001
9
3. Press a PLU key.
PLU 1:
For example, press
1
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Split Pricing (Keyboard PLU)
When items are priced in groups, i.e. 3 for $1.00, you can enter the quantity purchased and
let the register calculate the correct price.
1. Enter the quantity purchased, and then
press the X/TIME key. For example,
enter:
2
X/TIME
2. Enter the quantity of the group price, and
then press the X/TIME key. For
example, if the items are priced 3 for
$1.00, enter:
3
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
[email protected]
PLU1 T1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
@1.00
No.000011
$0.67
$0.04
$0.71
$0.71
00001
X/TIME
3. Enter an amount on the numberpad.
For example, if the items are priced 3 for
$1.00, enter:
1
0
0
4. Press a PLU key.
PLU 1:
For example, press
1
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Single Item Keyboard PLU
Immediately after registration, Single Item PLUs automatically total as a cash sale. Use
single item PLUs for speedy one item sales. For example if you are selling admission
tickets, and all ticket sales are one item sales, you can use an open or preset PLU. After
each registration, the drawer will immediately open, and a separate transaction receipt is
printed. See "PLU Programming" in the "Program Mode Programming" chapter to program
a single item PLU.
1. Press a single item preset PLU key. (Or
enter a price and press a single item open
PLU key.) For example, press PLU 6:
6
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THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
PLU6
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
No.000011
$1.29
$1.29
$1.29
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Open Code Entry PLU
If the PRESET status of a PLU is set to N (no), the PLU will operate as an open PLU.
"PLU Programming" in the "Program Mode Programming" chapter to program PLU
descriptors and options.
1. Enter the PLU number; press the PLU
key. For example, enter:
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
2
TIME 08:33
PLU
2. The display will prompt "ENTER
PRICE". Enter an amount on the
numberpad. Do not use the decimal
key. For example, for $2.99, enter:
2
See
9
PLU2 T1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
No.000011
$2.99
$0.18
$3.17
$3.17
00001
9
3. Press the PLU key again.
PLU
Preset Price Code Entry PLU
1. Enter the PLU number; press the PLU
key. For example, enter:
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
1
PLU1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
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No.000011
$1.29
$1.29
$1.29
00001
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Code Entry PLU Multiplication
When several of the same items are to be entered into the same PLU, you can use
multiplication. You can enter a quantity (1 to 999.999) using the X/TIME key. You can
multiply open or preset PLUs.
1. Enter the quantity of items being
purchased, and then press the X/TIME
key. For example, enter 4 on the
numeric key pad and press the X/TIME
key:
4
X/TIME
2. Enter the PLU number; press the PLU
key. For example, enter:
1
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THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
4X
PLU1 T1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
@1.99
No.000011
$7.96
$0.48
$8.44
$8.44
00001
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Code Entry PLU Multiplication with Decimal Point
If you are selling items by weight, or if you are selling yard goods, you can multiply a
fraction of a unit.
1. Enter the quantity with the decimal
point, and then press the X/TIME key.
For example, for 3.75 pounds of
produce, enter:
3
.
7
5
X/TIME
2. Enter the PLU number; press the PLU
key. For example, enter:
3
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
3.75X
PLU3 T1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
@2.99
No.000011
$11.21
$0.67
$11.88
$11.88
00001
PLU
Split Pricing Code Entry PLU
When items are priced in groups, i.e. 3 for $1.00, you can enter the quantity purchased and
let the register calculate the correct price.
1. Enter the quantity purchased, and then
press the X/TIME key. For example,
enter:
2
X/TIME
2. Enter the quantity of the group price, and
then press the X/TIME key. For
example, if the items are priced 3 for
$1.00, enter:
3
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
[email protected]
PLU3 T1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
@2.99
No.000011
$1.99
$0.12
$2.11
$2.11
00001
X/TIME
3. Enter the PLU number; press the PLU
key. For example, enter:
3
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Modifier Key
Pressing a modifier key alters the next PLU registered, either by changing the code number
of the PLU so that a different item is registered, or by just adding the modifier descriptor and
registering the same PLU. See "Modifier 1-5" in the "Program Mode Programming"
chapter in order to determine how the modifier key will affect the PLU entry.
Modifiers can be:
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Stay down so that registrations will be modified by the same modifier until
another modifier is selected,
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Pop-up after each item to register, for example large, medium or small soft
drink,
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Pop-up after each transaction to register, for example, toppings of various
pizza sizes.
See "System Options" in the "Program Mode Programming" chapter to select stay down/popup status.
Pop-Up Modifier Key Affecting PLU Code
1. Press a preset PLU key. For example,
press PLU 1 with a price of $1.00.
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
1
2. Press the MOD 1 key. The message
"MOD1" displays.
MOD
1
PLU1
MOD1
#1001
PLU2
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$1.00
No.000011
$1.25
$1.50
$3.75
$3.75
00001
3. Press the same PLU key. In this
example the modifier 1 will add the digit
1 to the fourth PLU # position, resulting
in the registration of PLU #1001.
1
4. Press another PLU key. In this example
press PLU 2 with a price of $1.50.
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Price Level Key
If you choose to use the price level feature, you must allocate memory for each level. See
"Memory Allocation" in the "Service Mode Programming" chapter. Note that the default
program selects one price level. You must also place price level keys on the keyboard.
See "Function Key Assignment" in the "Program Mode Programming" chapter.
If you use this feature, the same PLU can be given up to 5 different preset prices.
Level keys shift the price that is being registered. Levels can be:
Price
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Stay down so that registrations will stay in the selected level until another
level is selected,
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Pop-up after each item to register, for example large, medium or small soft
drink,
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Pop-up after each transaction to register, for example, toppings of various
pizza sizes.
See "System Options" in the "Program Mode Programming" chapter to set how the price
level keys operate.
Pop-Up Price Level Keys
1. Press a preset PLU key. For example,
press PLU 1 programmed with a price of
$1.00 for price level 1.
1
2. Press the LEVEL 2 key.
"LEVEL 2" displays.
The message
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
PLU1
PLU1
PLU2
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
No.000011
$1.00
$2.00
$1.50
$4.50
$4.50
00001
LEVEL
2
3. Press the same PLU key. In this
example the PLU 1 key is programmed
with a price of $2.00 for price level 2.
1
4. Press another PLU key. In this example
press PLU 2 programmed to register
PLU #2 with price level 1. Note that
the level 1 price is registered.
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Promo
The PROMO key allows you to account for promotional items, as in "buy two, get one free".
Pressing this key will remove an item's cost from the sale, and the promo item will not be added
to the PLU sales total, but it is added to the item sales counter. If stock (inventory) reporting
is used, the item will be subtracted from inventory.
1. Register an item. For example, press
PLU 1 programmed with a price of $1.00
for price level 1.
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
TIME 08:33
PLU1
1
2. Press the PROMO key.
"PROMO" displays.
$1.00
***PROMO***
The message
PLU1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
No.000011
$0.00
$0.00
00001
PROMO
3. Press PLU 1 again. You cannot enter
an item that has not been already
registered in this transaction.
1
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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. Press the WASTE key before entering
wasted items, and then press the WASTE key again to finalize. 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.
1. Press the WASTE key. The message
"WASTE" displays at the top of the
screen.
WASTE
2. Enter the item or items that are wasted.
3. Press the WASTE key again to total the
wasted items:
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
TIME 08:33
***WASTE***
PLU1
PLU2
$1.25
$1.50
***WASTE***
TOTAL
CLERK 1
No.000011
$2.75
00001
WASTE
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Percent Key Operations
A total of five % functions are available. %1 and %2 are located on the default keyboard.
Your keyboard may be different.
Each function is individually programmable to add or subtract, from an individual item or
from a sale total, amounts ($ values) or percentages. You can also program the percentage
key taxable or non-taxable, so that sales taxes are calculated on the net, or the gross amount
of the item or sale. You can also program preset prices or percentages.
The operation examples in this section show the percentage key in a variety of
configurations. See "Function Key Programming" in the "Program Mode Programming"
chapter to assign a specific function to each percentage key.
Preset Percent Discount on an Item
In this example the%1 function is preset with a rate of 10 %.
1. Register the item.
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
2. Press the %1 key:
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
%1
3. The discount is automatically subtracted.
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% 1
AMOUNT
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$10.00
-10.000%
-1.00
$9.00
$9.00
No.000011
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Enter a Percent Discount on an Item
You can also operate the percentage functions by entering the percentage of the discount or
surcharge. You can enter a fractional percentage up two 3 digits beyond the decimal (i.e.
99.999%) if necessary.
1. Register the discounted item.
2. Enter the percentage. If you are
entering a fraction of a percent, you must
use the decimal key. For example, for
one third off enter:
3
3
.
3
3
3
3. Press the %1 key:
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
PLU2
% 1
AMOUNT
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$10.00
-33.333%
-3.33
$6.67
$6.67
No.000011
00001
%1
4. The discount is automatically subtracted.
Percent on Sale Total
The percent can be an open or preset amount.
of 15% is applied.
In this example an open percentage surcharge
1. Register the items you wish to sell.
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
2. Press the SBTL key:
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
SBTL
3. Enter the percentage, and then press the
appropriate discount key. For example,
for 15% enter:
1
5
PLU2
% 1
AMOUNT
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
No.000011
$10.00
15.000%
$1.50
$11.50
$11.50
00001
%1
4. The surcharge is automatically added.
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Coupon on Sale (Vendor Coupon)
When programmed as "amount", "sale", "open" and "negative", a % key will perform a
coupon against a sale (or vendor coupon.) Also, depending upon programming:
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You may be allowed to enter only one coupon in a sale, after the SBTL key is
pressed,
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You may be allowed to enter multiple coupons, but you must press the SBTL key
before each coupon entry, or
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You may be allowed to enter multiple coupons, without first pressing SBTL.
In this example, a coupon may be entered only once, and you must first press SBTL.
1. Register the items you wish to sell.
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
2. Press the SBTL key:
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
SBTL
3. Enter the amount of the coupon, and then
press the appropriate % key. For
example:
2
0
0
PLU2
%1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
No.000011
$10.00
-2.00
$8.00
$8.00
00001
%1
4. The coupon is subtracted.
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Item Discount
When programmed as "amount", "item", "open" and "negative", a % key will perform a
discount against an item.
1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. Enter the amount of the discount, and
then press the appropriate % key. For
example:
2
0
0
%1
3. The discount is automatically subtracted.
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DATE 01/15/2003 WED
PLU1
%1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
No.000011
$10.00
-2.00
$8.00
$8.00
00001
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Return Merchandise Registrations
If you wish to return or refund an item press RETURN, then re-enter any item. You can
return merchandise as part of a sale, or you can return merchandise as a separate transaction
and return cash to the customer.
1. Press RETURN:
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RETURN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
2. Enter the price of the item you wish to
return, and then press the PLU key where
it was registered originally.
2
9
9
TIME 08:33
RETURN *************************
PLU2 T1
-2.99
GST
-0.18
TOTAL
-3.17
CASH
-3.17
CLERK 1
No.000011
00001
2
3. Total the sale with CASH, CHECK, or
a CHARGE function.
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Voids and Corrections
Error Correction (Void Last Item)
This function corrects the last item entered.
1. Register the item you wish to sell.
2. Press the ERROR CORR key:
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ERROR
CORR
TIME 08:33
PLU1 T1
$2 29
PLU2
$1.29
ERR CORR ----------------------PLU2
-1.29
GST
$0.14
TOTAL
$2.43
CASH
$2.43
CLERK 1
No.000011
00001
Void Previous Item
This function allows you to correct an item registered previously in a transaction.
1. Register an item.
second item.
Then register a
2. To correct the first item, press
VOID:
VOID
3. Enter the price of the first item, and then
press the PLU key where it was
registered originally.
1
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DATE 01/15/2003 WED
TIME 08:33
PLU2
$1.29
PLU1 T1
$2.29
VOID --------------------------PLU2
-1.29
GST
$0.14
TOTAL
$2.43
CASH
$2.43
CLERK 1
No.000011
00001
2
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Cancel
The CANCEL key allows you to stop any transaction. Anything registered within the
transaction before the CANCEL key is pressed is automatically corrected. The CANCEL
key can be inactivated through programming, see "Function Key Programming" in the
"Program Mode Programming" chapter, or the key can be programmed to require manager
control.
1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. Press the CANCEL key
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DATE 01/15/2003 WED
CANCEL
TIME 08:33
PLU1 T1
$2.29
PLU2
-0.50
CANCEL *************************
CLERK 1
No.000011
00001
Void Position Operations
You can use the VOID control lock position to correct any complete transaction. To
correct any transaction:
1. Turn the control lock to the VOID
position.
2. Enter the transaction you wish to correct
exactly as it was entered originally in the
REG control lock position. You can
enter discounts, voids, returns, tax
exemptions or any other function.
3. All totals and counters are corrected as if
the original transaction did not take
place.
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DATE 01/15/2003 WED
TIME 08:33
VOID MODE **********************
PLU1 T1
-2.29
PLU2
-1.00
GST
-0.14
TOTAL
-3.43
CASH
-3.43
CLERK 1
No.000011
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No Sale Operations
Open Drawer
The #/NO SALE key will open the cash drawer when you have not already started a
transaction. The no sale function can be disabled or placed under manager control through
programming, see "Function Key Programming" in the "Program Mode Programming"
chapter.
1. Press #/NS:
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DATE 01/15/2003 WED
2. The drawer will open and the receipt will
print as in the example on the right.
TIME 08:33
NO SALE -----------------------CLERK 1
No.000011
00001
Non Add Number
You can also use the #/NO SALE key to print any number (up to 9 digits) on the printer
paper. You can enter the number any time during a transaction. For example, if you wish
to record a checking account number, enter the number and press the #/NO SALE key before
totaling the sale with the CHECK key.
1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. Enter the number you wish to record, for
example enter:
1
2
3
3. Press #/NS:
4
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DATE 01/15/2003 WED
PLU1 T1
NON-ADD#
GST
TOTAL
CHECK
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
No.000011
$2.99
1234
$0.18
$3.17
$3.17
00001
#/NS
4. Press CHECK:
CHECK
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Received On Account Operations
You can use one of the received on account functions (RA1-RA3) to accept cash or checks
into the cash drawer when you are not actually selling merchandise. For example, use
received on account to accept payments for previously sold merchandise, or record loans to
the cash drawer.
1. Press one of the received on account
keys (RA1-RA3)
RA1
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
2. Enter the amount of cash received, press
CASH.
1
0
0
0
CASH
3. Enter the check amount received, and
press CHECK.
1
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0
0
0
RA1
CASH
CHECK
CHARGE1
RA1
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
No.000011
$10.00
$10.00
$10.00
$30.00
00001
CHECK
4. Enter the charge amount received, press
CHARGE1
1
0
0
0
CHARGE
1
5. You can continue to itemize receipts, or
you can finalize by pressing or selecting
the same received on account key.
RA1
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Paid Out Operations
You can use the paid out function (PO1-PO3) to track cash or checks paid out or to record
loans from the cash drawer.
1. Press one of the paid out keys
(PO1-PO3)
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TIME 08:33
PO1
2. Enter the amount of cash paid out, press
CASH.
1
0
0
0
CASH
PO1
CASH
CHECK
CHARGE1
PO1
CLERK 1
No.000011
-10.00
-10.00
-10.00
-30.00
00001
3. Enter the check amount paid out, and
press CHECK.
1
0
0
0
CHECK
4. Enter the charge amount received, press
CHARGE1
1
0
0
0
CHARGE
1
5. You can continue to itemize paid outs, or
you can finalize by pressing or selecting
the same paid out key.
PO1
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Subtotaling a Sale
1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. Press SBTL. The subtotal will display
with the message "Sub" indicated on the
rear display.
SBTL
The subtotal can be printed if the system
option is set. See "Print Option
Programming" in the "Program Mode
Programming" chapter.
Eat In/Take Out/Drive Thru Sales
Different types of sales, such as "Eat In", "Take Out" and "Drive Thru" can be categorized by
placing separate keys on the keyboard. EAT IN, TAKE OUT, and DRIVE THRU keys
function as subtotal keys. You can force the operator to press one of the keys before
tendering. See "System Option Programming" in the "Program Mode Programming"
chapter. Separate totals will be maintained on the financial report to detail sales counts and
amounts for each key.
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Totaling and Tendering
There are ten tender functions available to categorize sales. CASH and CHECK are
individual keys on the keyboard
Totaling a Cash Sale
1. Register the items you wish to sell.
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2. To total a cash sale, press CASH:
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
CASH
3. The display will indicate the total
amount of the cash sale.
PLU2
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
No.000011
$7.96
$7.96
$7.96
00001
Totaling a Check Sale
1. Register the items you wish to sell.
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2. To total a cash sale, press CHECK:
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
CHECK
3. The display will indicate the total
amount of the cash sale.
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PLU2
TOTAL
CHECK
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
No.000011
$7.96
$7.96
$7.96
00001
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Tendering a Cash Sale
1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. Enter the amount tendered by the
customer. For example, for $20.00
enter:
2
0
0
0
3. Press CASH:
CASH
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PLU1 T1
PLU1 T1
4X
PLU2
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CHANGE
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$2.99
$2.99
$1.99
No.000011
$7.96
$0.36
$14.30
$20.00
$5.70
00001
4. The display will indicate the total
amount of the cash tendered and the
change due, if any.
Tendering a Check Sale
1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. Enter the amount tendered by the
customer. For example, for $20.00
enter:
2
0
0
0
3. Press CHECK:
CHECK
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DATE 01/15/2003 WED
PLU1 T1
PLU1 T1
4X
PLU2
TAX1
TOTAL
CHECK
CHANGE
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$2.99
$2.99
$1.99
No.000011
$7.96
$0.36
$14.30
$20.00
$5.70
00001
4. The display will indicate the total
amount of the check tendered and the
change due, if any.
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Totaling a Charge Sale
Use the charge keys to track charge or credit card sales. See "Function Key Programming"
in the "Program Mode Programming" chapter to change the descriptors for the charge tender
functions. For example, you can use CHARGE 1 to track Visa card sales. The descriptor
"VISA" will display on the function look up menu and print on the printer. You can also
set tendering options for the charge keys, i.e. whether to allow over tendering or to enforce
tendering.
1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. Press one of the charge key if it is
located on the keyboard:
CHARGE
1
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DATE 01/15/2003 WED
PLU1 T1
PLU1 T1
4X
PLU2
TAX1
TOTAL
CHARGE1
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$2.99
$2.99
$1.99
No.000011
$7.96
$0.36
$14.30
$14.30
00001
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Tendering a Charge Sale
Tendering a charge sale may or may not be allowed. See "Function Key Programming" in
the "Program Mode Programming" chapter to set tendering options for the charge keys, i.e.
whether to allow over tendering or to enforce tendering.
1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. Enter the amount of the charge and press
one of the charge keys if it is located on
the keyboard:
2
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0
0
CHARGE
1
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DATE 01/15/2003 WED
PLU1 T1
PLU1 T1
4X
PLU2
TAX1
TOTAL
CHARGE1
CHANGE
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$2.99
$2.99
$1.99
No.000011
$7.96
$0.36
$14.30
$20.00
$5.70
00001
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Check Cashing
Check cashing means exchanging cash for a check. If you wish to cash checks, you must
place a CHKCASH key on the keyboard. See "Function Key Assignment" in the "Program
Mode Programming" chapter.
1. Enter the amount of the check tendered
by the customer. For example, for
$20.00 enter:
2
0
0
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0
2. Press CHKCASH:
TIME 08:33
***CHKCASH***
CHECK
CASH
CLERK 1
No.000011
$20.00
-20.00
00001
CHK
CASH
3. The display will indicate the amount of
the check and the cash change.
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Split Tender
Split tendering is paying for one transaction by more than one payment method. For
example, a $20.00 sale could be split so $10.00 is paid in cash, and the remaining $10.00 is
paid by a check. If necessary, you can make several different payments.
1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. Enter the amount of cash tendered by the
customer. For example, enter $10.00 and
press CASH:
1
0
0
0
CASH
3. The display will indicate the $10.00 cash
tender and the $10.00 total still due.
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DATE 01/15/2003 WED
PLU2
TOTAL
CASH
TOTAL
CHECK
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
No.000011
$20 00
$20.00
$10.00
$10.00
$10.00
00001
4. Enter the amount of check tendered by
the customer. For example, enter
$10.00 and press CHECK:
1
0
0
0
CHECK
5. When the total tendered equals or
exceeds the total due, the receipt will
print and the transaction is complete.
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Post Tender
Post tendering means computing change after the sale has been totaled and the drawer is
open. This feature is useful when a customer changes the amount of the tender or when a
"quick change artist" confuses a clerk. Normally, this function is not allowed. If you wish
to allow post tendering, you must set the appropriate system option.
1. Register the items you wish to sell.
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2. Press CASH:
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
CASH
3. The display will indicate the total of the
cash sale.
PLU1 T1
TAX1
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
No.000011
$2.00
$0.12
$2.12
00001
4. Enter the amount of the new tender,
Press CASH:
2
0
0
0
CASH
5. The display will indicate the change due.
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Currency Conversion
If you normally accept currency from neighboring nations, you can program to convert the
subtotal of a sale to the equivalent cost in the foreign currency. You can set up four
separate conversion functions for different foreign currencies. To do this, you need to
program the conversion factor. For example, if the US dollar (home currency) is worth
1.3720 Canadian dollars (foreign currency), the conversion factor is 1.3720. See "Function
Key Programming" in the "Program Mode Programming" chapter to set a conversion factor.
1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. Press the CONV1 key if it is located on
the keyboard:
CONV1
3. Enter the amount of the foreign currency
tender, Press CASH:
1
0
0
0
CASH
4. The display will indicate the amount of
foreign currency tendered and display
$5.17 change due. The change due is
computed in home currency!
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DATE 01/15/2003 WED
PLU1 T1
TAX1
TOTAL
CONV 1
CHANGE RATE
HOME AMT.
CHANGE
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
No.000011
$2.00
$0.12
$2.12
¥2.90
@1.3720
$10.00
$5.17
00001
The currency symbol you
program will display here. See
"Print Option Programming" in
the "Program Mode
Programming" chapter.
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Table Management and Clerk Interrupt Operations
Overview
The ER-390M can employ a manual previous balance, hard check, or soft check system.
(You must select hard or soft check posting in memory allocation programming - the default
selection is soft.)
There are two methods in ER-390M to manage check track. One is table management system
and the other is clerk interrupt system. If you want to use clerk interrupt system.
First, Program as below.
To Enter Clerk Interrupt System (To Exit Table Management system)
1.Program Clerk Secret Code
2.Set system option #2 to a value of 1. See "System Option Programming"
3.Set system option #26 to a value of 1.
See "System Option Programming“.
To Exit Clerk Interrupt System (To Enter Table Management system)
♦ Set system option #26 to a value of 0.
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See "System Option Programming“.
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Soft Check
Opening a Soft Check
1. Enter the number of the guest check,
press the CHECK # key:
1
2
3
CHECK#
or, press the CHECK # key to
automatically assign a check:
CHECK#
2. If required, enter the table number and
press the TABLE key:
3
Receipt Example:
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
CHECK #
PBAL
TABLE
GUEST
CHICKEN
STEAK
SERVICE
BFWD
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
#123
$0.00
#3
#2
$7.00
$10.00
$17.00
$17.00
No.000011
00001
TABLE
3. If required, enter the number of guests
and press the GUEST key:
2
GUEST
4. Register the items you wish to sell.
5. To total the posting, press SERVICE:
SERVICE
Note: If a table number entry is required for all guest checks, and checks are assigned by
register, the check # will be assigned by the register when the table # is entered.
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Adding to a Soft Check
Receipt Example:
1. Enter the number of the guest check,
press the CHECK # key:
1
2
3
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
CHECK#
or, if you entered a table number, enter
the table number and press the TABLE
key:
3
#123
CHECK #
PBAL
TABLE
GARLIC BREAD
SERVICE
BFWD
CLERK 1
TABLE
TIME 08:33
$17.00
#3
$2.00
$2.00
$19.00
No.000012
00001
2. Register the next items you wish to sell.
3. To total the posting, press SERVICE:
SERVICE
Printing a Soft Check
Sample of soft check printed on the
receipt:
1. Enter the number of the guest check,
press the CHECK # key:
1
2
3
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
CHECK#
or, if you entered a table number, enter
the table number and press the TABLE
key:
3
TABLE
2. Press PRINT CHECK to print the
complete check. If programmed to do
so, the PRINT CHECK key will
automatically service the check:
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
CHECK #
PBAL
TABLE
CHICKEN
STEAK
GARLIC BREAD
SERVICE
BFWD
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
#123
$19.00
#3
$7.00
$10.00
$2.00
$0.00
$19.00
No.000012
CHK # : 1
00001
PRINT
CHECK
The number of
times each check
has been printed
is counted and
printed on the
check
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Paying a Soft Check without Payment Key required to Close Check
1. Enter the number of the guest check,
press the CHECK # key:
1
2
3
Sample of soft check printed on the
receipt:
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
CHECK#
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
or, if you entered a table number, enter
the table number and press the TABLE
key:
3
TABLE
2. If necessary, add additional items. If
you wish to add a tip, press SBTL, then
enter the tip amount and press the TIP
key:
CHECK #
PBAL
TABLE
TIP
CHECKS PAID
CASH
CHANGE
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
#123
$19.00
#3
$3.00
$22.00
$25.00
$3.00
CHK # : 2
No.000013
00001
SBTL
3
0
0
TIP
3. Pay the balance, as you would normally
tender a transaction, with CASH,
CHECK, or one of the CHARGE
functions. If the tender is greater than
the balance due, change is displayed.
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Taking Deposits or Account Payments
1.
Enter the number of the guest check,
press the CHECK # key:
1
2
3
Sample of soft check printed on the
receipt:
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
CHECK#
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
or, if you entered a table number, enter
the table number and press the TABLE
key:
3
3.
BFWD
TABLE
Deposits and Account Payments, can
only be done when the Payment key is
programmed as “Required to Close
Check=YES”. To enter a Deposit or
Account payment, simply enter the
amount given and press the tender type
followed by the service Key
1
5
CHECK #
PBAL
TABLE
CASH
0
0
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
#123
$19.00
#3
$15.00
$4.00
CHK # : 2
No.000013
00001
CASH
SERVICE
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Paying a Soft Check with Payment Key required to Close Check
1.
Enter the number of the guest check,
press the CHECK # key:
1
2
3
Sample of soft check printed on the
receipt:
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
CHECK#
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
or, if you entered a table number, enter
the table number and press the TABLE
key:
3
2.
TABLE
If necessary, add additional items. If
you wish to add a tip, press SBTL, then
enter the tip amount and press the TIP
key:
CHECK #
PBAL
TABLE
TIP
CHECKS PAID
CASH
CHANGE
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
#123
$4.00
#3
$3.00
$22.00
$7.00
$3.00
CHK # : 2
No.000013
00001
SBTL
3
3.
0
0
TIP
To pay the balance and close the
Account: Open the check by using
Check# or Table #. Press the Payment
key then enter amount tendered as you
would normally tender a transaction,
with CASH, CHECK, or one of the
CHARGE functions. If the tender is
greater than the balance due, change is
displayed.
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Hard Check
Opening a Hard Check
1. Enter the number of the guest check,
press the CHECK # key:
1
2
3
CHECK#
or, press the CHECK # key to
automatically assign a check:
CHECK#
2. If required, enter the table number and
press the TABLE key:
3
Receipt Example:
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
CHECK #
PBAL
TABLE
GUEST
CHICKEN
STEAK
SERVICE
BFWD
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
#123
$0.00
#3
#2
$7.00
$10.00
$17.00
$17.00
No.000011
00001
TABLE
3. If required, enter the number of guests
and press the GUEST key:
2
GUEST
4. Register the items you wish to sell.
5. Place a slip in an optional slip printer,
the check will print automatically when
you press SERVICE:
SERVICE
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Adding to a Hard Check
1. Enter the number of the guest check,
press the CHECK # key:
1
2
3
CHECK#
or, if you entered a table number, enter
the table number and press the TABLE
key:
3
TABLE
Receipt Example:
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
CHECK #
PBAL
TABLE
GARLIC BREAD
SERVICE
BFWD
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
#123
$17.00
#3
$2.00
$2.00
$19.00
No.000012
00001
2. Register the next items you wish to sell.
3. To total the posting, press SERVICE:
SERVICE
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Paying a Hard Check without Payment Key required to Close Check
4. Enter the number of the guest check,
press the CHECK # key:
1
2
3
Sample of soft check printed on the
receipt:
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
CHECK#
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
or, if you entered a table number, enter
the table number and press the TABLE
key:
3
TABLE
5. If necessary, add additional items. If
you wish to add a tip, press SBTL, then
enter the tip amount and press the TIP
key:
CHECK #
PBAL
TABLE
TIP
CHECKS PAID
CASH
CHANGE
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
#123
$19.00
#3
$3.00
$22.00
$25.00
$3.00
CHK # : 2
No.000013
00001
SBTL
3
0
0
TIP
6. Pay the balance, as you would normally
tender a transaction, with CASH,
CHECK, or one of the CHARGE
functions. If the tender is greater than
the balance due, change is displayed.
2
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CASH
ER-390M
Taking Deposits or Account Payments
1.
Enter the number of the guest check,
press the CHECK # key:
1
2
3
Sample of soft check printed on the
receipt:
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
CHECK#
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
or, if you entered a table number, enter
the table number and press the TABLE
key:
3
3.
BFWD
TABLE
Deposits and Account Payments, can
only be done when the Payment key is
programmed as “Required to Close
Check=YES”. To enter a Deposit or
Account payment, simply enter the
amount given and press the tender type
followed by the service Key
1
5
CHECK #
PBAL
TABLE
CASH
0
0
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
#123
$19.00
#3
$15.00
$4.00
CHK # : 2
No.000013
00001
CASH
SERVICE
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Paying a Hard Check with Payment Key required to Close Check
1.
Enter the number of the guest check,
press the CHECK # key:
1
2
3
Sample of soft check printed on the
receipt:
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
CHECK#
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
or, if you entered a table number, enter
the table number and press the TABLE
key:
3
2.
TABLE
If necessary, add additional items. If
you wish to add a tip, press SBTL, then
enter the tip amount and press the TIP
key:
CHECK #
PBAL
TABLE
TIP
CHECKS PAID
CASH
CHANGE
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
#123
$4.00
#3
$3.00
$22.00
$7.00
$3.00
CHK # : 2
No.000013
00001
SBTL
3
3.
0
0
TIP
To pay the balance and close the
Account: Open the check by using
Check# or Table #. Press the Payment
key then enter amount tendered as you
would normally tender a transaction,
with CASH, CHECK, or one of the
CHARGE functions. If the tender is
greater than the balance due, change is
displayed.
PAYMENT
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CASH
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Paying a Hard Check
1. Enter the number of the guest check,
press the CHECK # key:
1
2
3
CHECK#
or, if you entered a table number, enter
the table number and press the TABLE
key:
3
TABLE
2. If necessary, add additional items. If
you wish to add a tip, press SBTL, then
enter the tip amount and press the TIP
key:
Sample of Hard Check postings printed on an
optional printer:
DATE
12/01/2003
CHECK #
PBAL
STEAK T1
LOBSTER T1
WINE T1
WINE T1
TAX1
SERVICE
BFWD
No.000017 REG 01 ETHAN
PBAL
2X
@2.50
WINE T1
TAX1
SERVICE
BFWD
SBTL
3
0
0
TIP
3. Pay the balance, as you would normally
tender a transaction, with CASH,
CHECK, or one of the CHARGE
functions. If the tender is greater than
the balance due, change is displayed.
2
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0
0
WED
#123
$0.00
$15.50
$19.50
$2.50
$2.50
$3.60
$43.60
43.60
TIME 09:15
$43.60
$5.00
$4.05
$5.45
49.05
No.000019 REG 01 ETHAN
PBAL
2X
@2.50
WINE T1
TAX1
CHECKS PAID
TOTAL
CASH
TIME 09:47
$49.05
No.000021 REG 01 ETHAN
TIME 10:16
$5.00
$4.50
$54.50
$54.50
$54.50
CASH
ER-390M
Direct Scale Entry
Place a product on the scale and access the SCALE function to display the weight on the
cash register. Then make the appropriate entry; the PLU must have "scaleable" status.
1. Place an item on the scale.
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
2. Press the SCALE key.
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
SCALE
3. Note that the weight is displayed on the
screen. Enter the price per pound on
the numberpad. Do not use the decimal
key. For example, for $3.00, enter:
3
0
1.50 lb
PLU1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
@3.00/lb
No.000011
$4.50
$0.27
$4.77
$4.77
00001
0
4. Press a PLU key.
PLU 1:
For example, press
1
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Automatic Scale Entry
Place a product on the scale and make the appropriate PLU entry.
with "auto scale status".
1. Place an item on the scale.
2. Press a PLU key, if the item is a preset
item, or enter the price per pound on the
numberpad. Do not use the decimal
key. For example, for $3.00, enter:
3
0
0
3. Press a PLU key.
PLU 1:
For example, press
The PLU must be set
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
1.50 lb
PLU1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
@3.00/lb
No.000011
$4.50
$0.27
$4.77
$4.77
00001
1
Tare Weight Entry
1. Place an item on the scale.
2. Enter the preprogrammed tare number.
Press the TARE key.
1
TARE
3. Press the SCALE key.
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
1.50 lb
PLU1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
@3.00/lb
No.000011
$4.50
$0.27
$4.77
$4.77
00001
SCALE
4. Note that the weight, less the tare weight,
is displayed on the screen. Enter the
price per pound on the numberpad. Do
not use the decimal key. For example,
for $3.00, enter:
3
0
0
5. Press a PLU key.
PLU 1:
For example, press
1
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Manual Tare Weight Entry
1. Place an item on the scale.
2. Enter the manual tare number, 5.
the TARE key:
5
Press
TARE
3. Enter the weight of the tare, for example,
enter .01, press the tare key:
.
0
1
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
1.50 lb
PLU1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
@3.00/lb
No.000011
$4.50
$0.27
$4.77
$4.77
00001
TARE
4. Press the SCALE key.
SCALE
5. Note that the weight, less the tare weight,
is displayed on the screen. Enter the
price per pound on the numberpad. Do
not use the decimal key. For example,
for $3.00, enter:
3
0
0
6. Press a PLU key.
PLU 1:
For example, press
1
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Manual Weight Entry
Operators can make manual weight entries if the item has been programmed to accept them.
You must use the decimal key to enter fractional manual weights.
1. Place an item on the scale.
2. Enter the weight using the decimal key
for fractional weights. Press the
SCALE key:
1
.
5
SCALE
3. Enter the price per pound on the
numberpad. Do not use the decimal
key. For example, for $3.00, enter:
3
0
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
1.50 lb
PLU1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
MANUAL WT. @ @3.00
$4.50
$0.27
$4.77
$4.77
No.000011
00001
0
4. Press a PLU key.
PLU 1:
For example, press
1
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Operating Instructions
ER-390M
X Mode
Introduction
All Management Functions take place with the control lock in the X position. In this way
only those with the correct key will have access to these functions. Some register
operations may be programmed to require the control lock in the X position in order to
operate. All reports require a key that will access the X or Z position.
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X Reports
System reports are divided into two basic categories:
•
X reports, which read totals without resetting
•
Z reports, which read totals and reset them to zero
Most reports are available in both categories. Some reports, such as the Cash-in-Drawer
report and the From-To PLU report are available only as X reports.
Some reports also provide identical but separate period to date reports. These reports
maintain a separate set of totals which may be allowed to accumulate over a period of days,
weeks, months, or even years. X2 reports read period to date totals without resetting, and
Z2 reports read period to date totals and reset them to zero. Period to date totals are
updated each time a Z1 report is completed.
A complete list of available reports is presented in a chart on the following page.
An example is given for each of these reports in the pages that follow. Those reports that
may be optionally abbreviated through register programming are represented twice. They
are first shown with the option off, giving all totals, and again with the option turned on,
showing the abbreviated version of the same report.
Registers programmed with pop-up clerks must be signed on in the REG control lock
position prior to taking reports.
Running a Report - General Instructions
1. Refer to the “Report Table“.
2. Select a report type and the report mode.
3. Turn the control lock to the position indicated.
4. Enter the key sequence for the report you have selected.
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Report Table
Report Type
Report
Number
1
Financial
2
Time
3
Report
Mode
X
Control Lock
Position
X
Key Sequence
1 – SBTL
Z
Z
1 – SBTL
X2
X
201 – SBTL
Z2
Z
201 – SBTL
X
X
2 – SBTL
Z
Z
2 – SBTL
X2
X
202 – SBTL
Z2
Z
202 – SBTL
X
X
3 – SBTL
Z
Z
3 – SBTL
X2
X
203 – SBTL
Z2
Z
203 – SBTL
X
X
4 – SBTL
Z
Z
4 – SBTL
X2
X
204 – SBTL
Z2
Z
204 – SBTL
X
X
5 – SBTL
Z
Z
5 – SBTL
X2
X
205 – SBTL
Z2
Z
205 – SBTL
X
X
6 – SBTL
Z
Z
6 – SBTL
X2
X
208 – SBTL
Z2
Z
208 – SBTL
X
X
9 – SBTL - # - CLERK - # - CLERK
X2
X
209 – SBTL - # - CLERK - # - CLERK
X
X
11 – SBTL
REPORT TABLE
Z
Z
11 – SBTL
From/To PLU
13
X
X2
X
X
13-SBTL XXXX – PLU – XXXX – PLU
14
X
X
14-SBTL XXXX –PLU – XXXX – PLU
111
X
X
111-SBTL
300
X
X
300 -SBTL
301
X
X
301 -SBTL
302
X
X
302 -SBTL
303
X
X
303 -SBTL
All PLU
4
All Clerk
5
Group
All STOCK
Daily Sales
6
8
Individual Clerk
Report
9
Open Table
11
From/To STOCK
DRAWER TOTAL
PRINT ALL EJ
PRINT EJ CASH
PRINT EJ CHECK
PRINT EJ MISC/T
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213-SBTL XXXX – PLU – XXXX – PLU
X Mode
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74
PRINT EJ %
304
X
X
304 -SBTL
PRINT EJ RA/PO
PRINT EJ
RETURN
PRINT EJ
EC/VOID
PRINT EJ
NO SALE
PRINT EJ
CANCEL
PRINT EJ BY
CLERK
EJ RESET
305
X
X
305 -SBTL
306
X
X
306 -SBTL
307
X
X
307 -SBTL
308
X
X
308 -SBTL
309
X
X
309 –SBTL
401 – 15
X
X/Z
401-415(depends on Max Clerk)-SBTL
399
Z
Z
399- SBTL
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X Mode
ER-390M
Cash Declaration
If compulsory cash declaration is required, you must declare the count of the cash drawer
prior to taking X or Z financial and clerk reports.
You can enter the cash drawer total in one step, or to facilitate the counting of the cash
drawer, you can enter each type of bill/coin and checks separately and let the register act as
an adding machine. You can also use the X/TIME key to multiply the denomination of
currency times your count.
Either way you choose to enter cash, the register will compare your declaration with the
expected cash and check in drawer totals and print the over or short amounts on the report.
For example:
1. Turn the control lock to the X or Z
position (depending upon the type
of report you are taking.)
2. Press the SBTL key.
9
0
SBTL
8
7
6
TIME 08:33
*** CASH DECLARATION ***
C A S H
$98.76
C H E C K
$20.00
INPUT AMT
$118.76
DRAWER TTL
$118.76
DIFFERENCE
$0.00
CLERK 1
3. Enter the total of cash.
9
DATE 01/15/2003 WED
No.000001
00000
CASH
4. Enter the total of checks.
2
0
0
0
CHECK
5. Press the CASH key to total the
declaration.
CASH
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Service Mode Programming
Overview
The following procedures are done from the Service Mode menu:
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Clear all totals
•
Clear grand total
•
Clear PLU file
•
EPROM Information
•
Memory Allocation
•
Assignment of functions to keyboard locations
•
RS232C Port 1 Options
•
RS-232C Port 2 Programming
Service Mode Programming
ER-390M
Memory Allocation Scan
1.Turn the control lock to the S position to scan the allocated memory.
2. Enter 60, press the SBTL key.
6
0
SBTL
3.Press CASH key
CASH
Pc Online Mode
In ER-390M, there are no special commands to enter PC Online Mode.
When you want to enter PC Online mode, all you have to do is to set 232 Communication Option in Programming.
When PC sends commands to ECR, The ECR will be automatically Online Mode if connected.
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Memory Allocation
1. Turn the control lock to the S position.
2. To Allocate Memory, enter 60, and then press the SBTL key.
6
0
SBTL
3. Refer to the chart below. Enter the index number and press the X/TIME key.
X
X/TIME
X
MEMORY ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PLU
CLERK
GROUP
CHECK#
SOFT CHECK LINE
CHECK TYPE : Hard (1), Soft (0)
PRICE LEVEL
MIX AND MATCH
ELECTRONIC JOURNAL
4. Enter the Number to allocate for the Memory Item and Press CASH key.
See the example data table below
N
CASH
MEMORY ITEM
PLU
CLERK
GROUP
CHECK #
SOFT CHECK LINE
CHECK TYPE
PRICE LEVEL
MIX AND MATCH
ELECTRONIC JOURNAL
N
300 (Max.5000)
15 (Max. 99)
20 (Max. 99)
15 (Max. 500)
30 (Max. 50)
0(Soft Check), 1(Hard Check)
1 (Max. 2)
10 (Max. 100)
3000(Max. 15000)
Default Memory Allocation
5. If you want to finish memory allocation, Enter CASH key with no numeric key
input. If you want to allocate Another memory area, Repeat 3,4 STEP.
CASH
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Clear Total
1.Turn the control lock to the S position.
2.To Reset Total, enter 20, and then press the SBTL key.
2
0
SBTL
Clear Grand Total
1.Turn the control lock to the S position.
2. To Reset Grand Total, enter 30, and then press the SBTL key.
3
0
SBTL
Clear PLU File
1.Turn the control lock to the S position.
2.To Reset PLU file, enter 40, and then press the SBTL key.
4
0
SBTL
EPROM Information
1.Turn the control lock to the S position.
2.To Scan EPROM Information, enter 50, and then press the SBTL key.
5
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SBTL
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Function Key Assignment Programming
Function keys may be relocated, inactivated or changed with this program. For example, you
may wish to place functions, such as PREVIOUS BALANCE and SERVICE that are not
placed on the default keyboard. Or perhaps, you may wish to remove a function, such as
CANCEL, for security reasons.
Please note the following limitations:
•
If you assign a duplicate of a function code, the duplicate will function exactly as
the original - you will not get separate totals and counters on reports for the
duplicated key.
•
You can reassign keys only in locations that are programmable. See
"Keyboards“, where the key locations that may be programmed are identified.
To Assign a Function Key to a Location:
1. Turn the control lock to the S position.
2. Enter 70, and then press the SBTL key.
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0
SBTL
3. Refer to Function Key Codes to find the code for the key you wish to assign,
press the location you wish to program. Repeat this step to assign another
key.
Key
Location
Key Code
4. Press CASH key to finalize key assignment program.
CASH
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Function Key Codes
Code
Function
Code
Function
Code
1~
100
NLU 1
142
CHARGE 1
168
LEVEL 1
194
REC ON ACCT 2
NLU 100
143
CHARGE 2
169
LEVEL 2
195
REC ON ACCT 3
118 ~
RESERVED
144
CHARGE 3
170
MACRO 1
196
SBTL
119
RESERVED
145
CHARGE 4
171
MACRO 2
197
SCALE
120
Numeric 1
146
CHARGE 5
172
MACRO 3
198
SERVICE
121
Numeric 2
147
CHARGE 6
173
MACRO 4
199
TABLE #
122
Numeric 3
148
CHARGE 7
174
MACRO 5
200
TARE
123
Numeric 4
149
CHARGE 8
175
MACRO 6
201
TAKE OUT
124
Numeric 5
150
176
MACRO 7
202
TAX EXEMPT
125
Numeric 6
151
ENDORSE
177
MACRO 8
203
TAX SHIFT 1
126
Numeric 7
152
CHEQUE TEND
178
MACRO 9
204
TAX SHIFT 2
127
Numeric 8
153
CHECK #
179
MACRO 10
205
TAX SHIFT 3
128
Numeric 9
154
CLEAR (ESC)
180
RETURN
206
TAX SHIFT 4
129
Numeric 0
155
CLERK #
181
MOD 1
207
TIP
130
Numeric 00
156
CURR. CONV. 1
182
MOD 2
208
VOID
131
DECIMAL
157
CURR. . CONV. 2
183
MOD 3
209
WASTE
132
#/NS
158
CURR. CONV. 3
184
MOD 4
210
VALIDATION
133
%1
159
CURR. CONV. 4
185
MOD 5
211
PAYMENT
134
%2
160
DRIVE THRU
186
P/BAL
212
RECEIPT ON/OFF
135
%3
161
EAT-IN
187
PAID OUT 1
213
RESERVED
136
%4
162
188
PAID OUT 2
214
INACTIVE
137
%5
163
F/S SHIFT
189
PAID OUT 3
215
NON ADD
138
XTIME
164
F/S SUB
190
RECEIPT FEED
216
PRICE ENQUIRY
165
F/S TEND
191
PRINT CHECK
PROMO
139
ADD CHECK
CHECK CASHING
ERR CORRECT
140
CANCEL
166
GUEST
182
141
CASH
167
PLU
193
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Function
Code
Function
REC ON ACCT 1
Service Mode Programming
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RS-232 Communication Options
You must define the device that is attached to the RS-232C communications port, and the
options for the device.
1. Enter 8 0 and press the SBTL key to Program Port 1 OR
Enter 8 1 and press the SBTL key to Program Port 2.
2. Refer to the chart RS-232C option chart that follows and enter the number of the
address you wish to program and press the X/TIME key.
3. Enter the value that represents your selection and press the CASH key.
4. Repeat from step 2 for any additional options you wish to program.
5. Press CASH to exit the program
PORT 1
Repeat for another
Index
8
0
SBTL
N1
XTIME
N2
CASH
CASH
N2
CASH
CASH
PORT 2
Repeat for another
Index
8
N1
XTIME
OPTION
N2
VALUE
1
Baud Rate
0
9600 BPS
1
1200 BPS
2
2400 BPS
3
4800 BPS
4
19200 BPS
0
NONE
1
ODD
2
EVEN
0
8 BITS
1
7 BITS
0
1 BIT
1
2 BIT
3
4
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SBTL
N1
2
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1
Parity
Data Bits
Stop Bits
Service Mode Programming
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5
Device Function
NONE
1
PC
2
SCALE
4
RECEIPT PRINTER
6
SCANNER
7
COIN
8
EFT
9
POLE
6
Initial Feeding Line KP
0 – 20
7
End Feeding Line KP
0 – 20
8
Initial Feeding Line Slip
0 – 20
9
Print Line On Guest Check
0 – 50
10
Scale Type
Printer Type
11
12
13
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0
Pole Display
EFT TYPE
0
NCI
1
CAS
0
NONE
1
SAM4S ELLIX 10
2
SAM4S ELLIX 20
3
SRP-300
4
SRP-350
5
CITIZEN3550
6
CITIZEN810
7
CITIZEN230
8
EPSON TMT88-2
9
EPSON U200
10
EPSON U295
11
EPSON U300
12
EPSON U325
13
EPSON U375
14
STAR SP-200
15
STAR SP-298
16
STAR SP-300
17
STAR TSP-200
0
EPSON
1
ICD
0
EFT GLED
1
EFT INGE
2
RESERVED
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14
EFT CONFIG BYTE
15
EFT CURRENCY
16
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EFT PASSWORD
Service Mode Programming
0 – 127
0
NONE
1
DM
2
EURO
0- 99999999
ER-390M
Program Mode Programming
Default Programming
•
All keyboard PLUs are Taxable and Preset, without entry limits by default status
programming of “50000000”.
•
All system options are set to 0 in default programming, unless otherwise noted.
Change only the options that will deviate from default programming. There is no
need to re-enter an option status of 0, since 0 is its original setting.
•
All programming (unless otherwise noted) is done with the control lock in the P
position. Each section details a specific area of register programming.
Descriptor Programming
Descriptors are programmable for PLUs, function keys, groups, clerks and the
logo/messages. During descriptor programming, the keyboard button functions changes to
the layout shown below.
PAPER
FEED
RECEIPT
ON/OFF
RECD
ACCT
PAID
OUT
CLERK
#
!
@
#
$
%
^
&
*
(
)
#/NS
CLEAR
PLU
X/TIME
%1
Q
W
E
R
T
Y
U
I
O
P
VOID
7
8
9
CHARGE
A
S
D
F
G
H
J
K
L
;
RETURN
4
5
6
CHECK
Z
X
C
V
B
N
M
,
.
/
ERROR
CORR
1
2
3
SBTL
+
-
<
>
?
=
CAPS
DOUBLE
CANCEL
SPACE BACK
SPACE
0
00
.
CASH
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Tax Programming
The ER-390M has the capability to support four separate taxes.
Taxes can be calculated as either a straight percentage rate of between .001% and 99.999%, or a 60 break point tax table.
Each tax may be either an add-on tax (added to the cost of a taxable item), or a value added tax (VAT) that is included in
the price of the item.
Tax rate 4 may be set to function as the Canadian Goods & Services Tax (GST). Definitions for tax rates 1, 2, 3 & 4 are
made as part of tax programming.
•
If you are entering a tax rate (add-on or VAT), see “Straight Percentage Tax Rate
Programming” to enter the percentage rate.
•
If you are entering a Canadian Goods and Services Tax (GST), use tax rate 4 for
the GST tax, and use tax rates 1, 2 and/or 3 for any other provincial tax or taxes.
See “Straight Percentage Tax Rate Programming” to enter the GST status and
percentage rate.
Important Note: After you have entered your tax program(s), test for accuracy by entering
several transactions of different dollar amounts. Carefully check to make sure the tax charged
by the cash register matches the tax on the printed tax chart for your area. As a merchant, you
are responsible for accurate tax collection. If the cash register is not calculating tax
accurately, contact your dealer for assistance.
Descriptor
1. Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
Straight Percentage Tax Rate Programming
When tax requirements may be met using a straight percentage rate, use the following method to program a tax as a
straight percentage.
Programming Straight Percentage Tax Rates and Status
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. If the tax is a percentage rate, with a decimal. (0.000-99.999). It is not
necessary to enter preceding zeros. For example, for 6%, enter 06.000 or
6.000.
3. For the type of tax:
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enter:
0
If the tax is a percentage value added tax (VAT; calculated as part
of the sale), enter:
2
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4. Enter 0 here for all taxes, unless if you are programming tax 4 as a Canadian
GST. If tax 4 is a Canadian GST, enter the sum of the options below:
OPTION
VALUE
GST (tax 4) is taxable by rate 1?
Yes = 1
No = 0
GST (tax 4) is taxable by rate 2?
Yes = 2
No = 0
GST (tax 4) is taxable by rate 3?
Yes = 4
No = 0
=
SUM
5. Press the Tax Shift key for the tax you are programming.
6. Press the CASH key to end programming.
Tax Rate Programming Flowchart
TAX
(1/2/3/4)
.
Tax Rate
You must enter decimal
Tax
type
CASH
GST
tax
Info
The Default program is set to 10.000% VAT on Tax 1 and the description is set to GST already.
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PLU Programming
All PLUs, whether they are registered by pressing a PLU key on the keyboard, or by entering the PLU number
and pressing the PLU key, have the same programming options. These options are set through separate
programs:
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Program 100 – PLU Status Programming determines whether the PLU is open,
preset or inactive. Also selected here are tax, food stamp, scale, negative,
single item, hash, gallonage, compulsory number entry, compulsory validation,
compulsory condiment and print options.
•
Program 110 – PLU Auto Tare Programming.
•
Program 150 – PLU Group Assignment allows you to select up to two groups
where each PLUs sales will accumulate.
•
Program 200 – PLU Price/HALO Programming determines the PLU price if
the PLU is preset, or the high amount lock out (HALO) if the PLU is open.
•
Program 250 – PLU Stock Amount Programming allows you to add stock to
the PLU sales counters for PLUs you have designated as stock keeping PLUs.
•
Program 300 – PLU Description Programming allows you to set a unique, up to
18-character descriptor for each PLU.
•
Program 350 – PLU Link Programming allow you to link a PLU to another
PLU, so that registration of the first PLU will automatically trigger registration
of the linked PLU.
•
Program 400 – PLU Delete Programming allows you to delete the PLU.
•
Program 450 – PLU Mix & Match Programming.
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Program 100 – PLU Status Programming
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 1 0 0, press the SBTL key.
1
0
0
SBTL
3. Select the PLU or PLUs you wish to program in one of the following ways:
•
Press a PLU key on the keyboard, or
PLU
•
Press the first PLU keys that are to receive the same status and Press the
last PLU keys, or
PLU
•
PLU
Enter up to 14 digit number of the PLU and press the PLU key, or
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
•
PLU
Enter the number of the first PLU in a range of PLUs that are to receive the
same setting; press the PLU key. Enter the last number in the range;
press the PLU key.
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
PLU
PLU
4. Refer to the “PLU Status Chart” to determine the values for N1 through N9.
(If an address offers more than one option, add the values for each option and
enter the sum. For example, if you wish the PLU to be taxable by rates 1 and
3, add the values for your choices, 1 + 4, and enter the sum “5” for address
N5.) Enter the values you have selected, press the X/TIME key. (You do
not need to enter preceding zeros. For example, if you are only selecting a
value for N9, i.e. auto tare by number 1, just enter 1.)
N1
N2
N3
N4
N5
N6
N7
N8
N9
X/TIME
5. To program additional PLUs, repeat from step 3, or press the CASH key to
finalize the program.
CASH
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PLU Status Chart
Address
N1
Program Option
Value
PLU is preset?
Yes = 0
No = 1
Yes = 0
No = 2
Yes = 4
No = 0
Yes = 1
No = 0
Yes = 2
No = 0
Yes = 4
No = 0
Yes = 1
No = 0
Yes = 2
No = 0
Yes = 4
No = 0
Yes = 1
No = 0
Yes = 2
No = 0
Yes = 4
No = 0
Yes = 1
No = 0
Yes = 2
No = 0
Yes = 4
No = 0
Yes = 1
No = 0
Yes = 2
No = 0
Yes = 4
No = 0
Yes = 0
No = 1
PLU is override preset ?
PLU is taxable by rate 1?
N2
PLU is taxable by rate 2?
PLU is taxable by rate 3?
PLU is taxable by rate 4?
N3
PLU is food stamp eligible?
PLU is negative item?
PLU is hash?
N4
PLU is single item?
Compulsory non-add number?
PLU is gallonage?
N5
PLU is inventory?
PLU is inactive?
PLU is scalable?
N6
P.LU is auto-scale entry?
PLU is a condiment?
Compulsory condiment entry?
N7
Print PLU on receipt?
=
Sum
Reserved
Print PLU on check?
N8
Print item’s price on receipt?
Print item’s price on check?
PLU is disabled PROMO function?
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Yes = 0
No = 4
Yes = 0
No = 1
Yes = 0
No = 2
Yes = 4
No = 0
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N9
Program Option
Value
PLU counter is not reset when a PLU Z report is
done?
PLU is preset override in MGR control?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Yes = 2
No = 0
=
Sum
Default values have been highlighted in bold print
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Program 110 – PLU Auto Tare Programming
1.
Turn the control lock to the P position.
2.
To begin the program, enter 1 1 0, press the SBTL key
1
2.
1
0
SBTL
Select the PLU or PLUs you wish to program in one of the following ways:
Press on the keyboard, or
PLU
Press the first PLU keys that are to receive the same status and Press the last PLU
keys, or
PLU
PLU
Enter up to 14 digit number of the PLU and press the PLU key, or
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
PLU
Enter the number of the first PLU in a range of PLUs that are to receive the same setting,
and press the PLU key. Enter the last number in the range; press the PLU key.
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15digits
3.
N
4.
PLU
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
PLU
Enter a value (1-5) to indicate the number of the preprogrammed tare weight you want to
automatically subtract when the PLU is used for scale entry (using an optional scale).
Enter 0 to disable automatic tare subtraction.
X/TIME
Program additional PLUs, repeat from step 3, or press the CASH key to finalize the
program
CASH
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Program 150 – PLU Group Assignment
Each PLU may report to any three of 20 groups. Group totals appear on reports, so that you can
track sales of different types of items. A group can also be used to designate items that are to print
on an optional kitchen printer.
Note:
The PLU will report to group “0”, if not programmed to report to groups 1-20.
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 1 5 0, press the SBTL key.
1
5
0
SBTL
3. Select the PLU or PLUs you wish to program in one of the following ways:
•
Press a PLU key on the keyboard, or
PLU
•
Press the first PLU keys that are to receive the same status and Press the
last PLU keys, or
PLU
•
PLU
Enter up to 14 digit number of the PLU and press the PLU key, or
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
•
PLU
Enter the number of the first PLU in a range of PLUs that are to receive the
same setting; press the PLU key. Enter the last number in the range;
press the PLU key.
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
PLU
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
PLU
4. Enter up to three 2-digit numbers representing the groups where you wish to
add the PLUs sales, i.e. enter 1 0 for group 10 or enter 0 4 for group four.
Press the X/TIME key.
X/TIME
1st Group
2nd Group
3rd Group
5. To program additional PLUs, repeat from step 3, or press the CASH key to
finalize the program.
CASH
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Program 200 – PLU Price/HALO Programming
If a PLU is open, set the HALO (high amount lock out) here. If a PLU is preset set the preset price
here. If a PLU is set with gallonage status, enter the price per gallon here. (Enter price per gallon
in tenths of a penny, i.e. 1299 for $1.29 9/10 per gallon.)
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 2 0 0, press the SBTL key.
2
0
0
SBTL
3. Select the PLU or PLUs you wish to program in one of the following ways:
•
Press a PLU key on the keyboard, or
PLU
•
Press the first PLU keys that are to receive the same status and Press the
last PLU keys, or
PLU
•
PLU
Enter up to 14 digit number of the PLU and press the PLU key, or
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
•
PLU
Enter the number of the first PLU in a range of PLUs that are to receive the
same setting; press the PLU key. Enter the last number in the range;
press the PLU key.
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
PLU
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
PLU
4. If the PLU is open, enter a HALO of up to 7 digits. If the PLU is preset, enter
a preset price.
X/TIME
Price/HALO
5. To program additional PLUs, repeat from step 3, or press the CASH key to
finalize the program.
CASH
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Program 250 – PLU Stock Amount Programming
With this program, you can you can add stock to the PLU sales counters for PLUs you have designated
as stock keeping PLUs. See “Program 100 – PLU Status Programming”. The stock number set here
can be the amount of stock that is being added to the current level, or optionally, it can be the new total
stock level. See option #18 in “System Option Programming” to set this option.
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 2 5 0, press the SBTL key.
2
5
0
SBTL
3. Select the PLU or PLUs you wish to program in one of the following ways:
•
Press a PLU key on the keyboard, or
PLU
•
Press the first PLU keys that are to receive the same status and Press the
last PLU keys, or
PLU
•
PLU
Enter up to 14 digit number of the PLU and press the PLU key, or
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
•
PLU
Enter the number of the first PLU in a range of PLUs that are to receive the
same setting; press the PLU key. Enter the last number in the range;
press the PLU key.
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
PLU
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
PLU
4. Enter the stock amount you wish to add (up to six digits), press the X/TIME
key.
X/TIME
Stock Amount
5. To program additional PLUs, repeat from step 3, or press the CASH key to
finalize the program.
CASH
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Program 300 – PLU Description Programming
Program descriptors by referring to the Alpha Overlay.
5. Turn the control lock to the P position
6. To begin the program, enter 3 0 0, press the SBTL key.
3
0
0
SBTL
3. Select the PLU you wish to program in one of the following ways:
•
Press a PLU key on the keyboard, or
PLU
•
Enter up to 14 digit number of the PLU and press the PLU key, or
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
PLU
7. If you are programming
Enter up to 18
characters from
Alpha Overlay
X/TIME
5. To program additional PLUs, repeat from step 3, or press the CASH key to
finalize the program.
CASH
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Program 350 – PLU Link Programming
PLU link programming allows you to link a PLU to another PLU, so that registration of the first PLU
will automatically trigger registration of the linked PLU. For example, you may wish to link a bottle
deposit with the sale of beverages, or you may wish to register a group of items normally sold together.
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 3 5 0, press the SBTL key.
3
5
0
SBTL
3. Select the PLU you wish to program in one of the following ways:
•
Press a PLU key on the keyboard, or
PLU
•
Enter up to 14 digit number of the PLU and press the PLU key, or
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
PLU
4. Enter the number of the PLU you wish the PLU linked to; press the PLU key.
Or press the PLU key on the keyboard you wish the PLU linked to.
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
PLU
PLU
or,
If you want to unlink,
0
PLU
5. To program additional PLUs, repeat from step 3, or press the CASH key to
finalize the program.
CASH
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Program 400 – PLU Delete Programming
NOTE: To delete a PLU, all totals for the PLU must be cleared from Z reports (including
Stock and PLU reports.)
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 4 0 0, press the SBTL key.
4
0
0
SBTL
3. Select the PLU or PLUs you wish to program in one of the following ways:
•
Press a PLU key on the keyboard, or
PLU
•
Press the first PLU key that is to delete and Press the last PLU key, or
PLU
•
PLU
Enter up to 14 digit number of the PLU and press the PLU key, or
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
•
PLU
Enter the number of the first PLU in a range you wish to delete and press
the PLU key. Enter the last number in the range; press the PLU key.
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
PLU
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
PLU
4. Press X/TIME key.
X/TIME
5. To program additional PLUs, repeat from step 3, or press the CASH key to
finalize the program.
CASH
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Program 450 – PLU MIX & MATCH Programming
1.
Turn the control lock to the P position.
2.
To begin the program, enter 4 5 0, press the SBTL key.
4
5
0
SBTL
3. Select the PLU you wish to program in one of the following ways:
•
Press a PLU key on the keyboard, or
PLU
•
Press the first PLU keys that are to delete and Press the last PLU keys, or
PLU
•
PLU
Enter up to 14 digit number of the PLU and press the PLU key, or
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
•
PLU
Enter the number of the first PLU in a range you wish to delete and press
the PLU key. Enter the last number in the range; press the PLU key.
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
PLU
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
PLU
4. Enter the number of the Mix & Match Table (1-20); press the X/TIME key.
X/TIME
5. To program additional PLUs, repeat from step 3, or press the CASH key to
finalize the program.
CASH
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System Option Programming
Refer to the “System Option Table” to review the system options.
to make any changes.
Read each option carefully to determine if you wish
NOTE: Because after clearing memory all options settings are automatically set to 0, and
because your most likely option selections require a status setting of 0, you do not need to
program this section unless you wish to change the default status.
Programming a System Option:
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. Enter 3 0, press the SBTL key.
3. Enter a system option address, and then press the X/TIME key.
4. Enter the number representing the status you have selected, or if there is more
than one decision to be made in an address, add the values representing your
choices for each decision and enter the sum. Press the SBTL key.
5. Repeat from step 3 for each system option you wish to change.
6. Press the CASH key to end system option programming.
System Option Flowchart
Repeat for each
System Option
3
0
SBTL
X/TIME
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CASH
Status
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System Option Table
Address
1
2
3
4
5
SYSTEM OPTION
VALUE
Beeper is active?
Yes = 0
No = 1
Discounts affect net sales?
No = 2
Yes = 0
Clerk sign on method
is:
Direct entry
=
0
Code entry
=
1
Clerks are:
Pop-up
=
1
Stay down
=
0
Drawer needs to be shut to operate?
Yes = 0
No = 1
Activate open Drawer Alarm?
Yes = 2
No = 0
The number of seconds before the open drawer
warning tone sounds
=
SUM
1-99
(Default is 30 seconds).
Allow the post tender function?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Open drawer on post tender?
Yes = 0
No = 2
Allow multiple receipts?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Cash Declaration Required before Z Financial
report?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Allow negative balance sales in the X control
lock position only?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Allow zero balance sales in the X control lock
position only?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Consecutive number is reset after a financial
report?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Reset Grand Total after Z financial Report?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Cash drawer will open when reports are run?
Yes = 0
No = 2
Open drawer during training mode?
Yes = 0
No = 4
10
Decimal place: (0,1,2,3) default=2
0-3
11
Date format is:
6
7
8
9
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MMDDYY
=
0
DDMMYY
=
1(default)
YYMMDD
=
2
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Address
12
13
14
SYSTEM OPTION
VALUE
Percentage and Tax
calculations will:
Split
price
calculations will:
16
17
18
Always round up
=
1
Always round down =
2
Round up at 0.005
=
0
Always round up
=
1
Always round down =
2
Normal
=
0
Non-add
=
2
Reset the Time report Z counter after a Z1 Time
report?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Reset the PLU report Z counter after a Z1 PLU
report?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Reset the Clerk report Z counter after a Z1 Clerk
report?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Reset the Group report Z counter after a Z1
Group report?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Reset the Daily sale report Z counter after a Z2
Daily sale report?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Activate Paper sensor?
Yes = 0
No = 2
Deactivate Split Pricing?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Allow Direct Multiply?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Add to current level
The number of numeric digits: 0 is no limit
20
Direct multiply more than one digit?
21
=
2
Counter replaces current
level
=
19
Amount tendered
Amount of sale
0
0-14
Yes = 1
No = 0
=
=
2
0
Display add-price of linked item?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Allow sale when stock reaches “0”?
Yes = 0
No = 2
Allow Australian Rounding on subtotal?
Yes = 4
No = 0
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Yes = 1
No = 0
Yes = 1
No = 0
Tender
Validation
amount is:
•
0
Reset the Financial report Z counter after a Z1
Financial report?
Inventory(stock)
counter program
102
=
Compulsory Eat in T-out D-thru before
tendering?
Hash is
15
Round up at 0.005
=
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22
SYSTEM OPTION
VALUE
Allow Australian Rounding on cash?
Yes = 1
(default)
=
SUM
No = 0
Allow Z stock report?
Yes = 0
No = 2
23
Training mode
24
Exit
Enable Electronic Journal?
25
26
Enter
=
0
Yes = 1
No = 0
Yes = 0
No = 2
Stop operations when Electronic Journal is full
Yes = 4
No = 0
Send only negative entries to Electronic Journal
Yes = 1
No = 0
Send reset report to Electronic Journal
Yes = 2
No = 0
Disable Cash Declaration?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Table Management
Clerk Interrupt
=
=
Not count in memory in void mode?
Yes = 4
No = 0
28
Price level is:
Modifier is:
=
=
2
Pop-up after item
=
0
Pop-up after sale
=
1
Stay-down
=
2
Pop-up after item
=
0
Pop-up after sale
=
1
Stay-down
=
2
Use Spool
Reset GST after Service
Alpha Overlay for Descriptor Programming
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Yes = 2
No = 0
Level1
Level2
31
0
VAT shift affect the whole receipt?
Disable level keys:
30
1
Prompt operator when Electronic Journal is full
27
29
=
Price Embedded Barcode Type
1
Yes =0
No = 1
Yes=2
No=0
Yes=4
(default)
No=0
0/1/2/3/4/7
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Print Option Programming
Refer to the “Print Option Table” to review the print options.
make any changes.
Read each option carefully to determine if you wish to
NOTE: Because after clearing memory all options settings are automatically set to 0, and
because your most likely option selections require a status setting of 0, you do not need to
program this section unless you wish to change the default status.
Programming a Print Option:
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. Enter 4 0, press the SBTL key.
3. Enter a print option address, and then press the X/TIME key.
4. Enter the number representing the status you have selected, or if there is more
than one decision to be made in an address, add the values representing your
choices for each decision and enter the sum. Press the SBTL key.
5. Repeat from step 3 for each print option you wish to change.
6. Press the CASH key to end print option programming.
Print Option Flowchart
Repeat for each
Print Option
4
0
SBTL
X/TIME
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CASH
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Print Option Table
Address
1
PRINT OPTION
VALUE
Print media total on clerk report?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Yes = 0
No = 2
Print tax symbol?
2
3
4
5
Void/Return totals will print on the Financial
report?
Yes = 0
No = 1
Audaction total will print on the Financial report?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Skip media totals with zero activity on the Financial
report?
Yes = 0
No = 1
Skip media totals with zero activity on the Clerk
report?
Yes = 0
No = 2
Print Clerk report at the end of the Financial report?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Print PLU sale item number?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Print PLU with zero totals on report?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Subtotal is printed when the SBTL key is pressed?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Yes = 1
No = 0
Yes = 0
No = 2
Yes = 0
No = 1
Yes = 0
No = 2
Yes = 0
No = 4
Print percentage of sales on the PLU report?
Print consecutive number counter on receipt?
6
Print date on receipt?
Print time on receipt?
Print machine number on receipt?
7
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Print clerk name on receipt?
Yes = 0
No = 1
Print Z counter on reports?
Yes = 0
No = 2
=
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$
8
Home Currency symbol (see note1 below)
9
Print receipt when sign on/off?
Yes = 0
No = 1
Print Grand total on the X Financial report?
Yes = 0
No = 2
Print Grand total on the Z Financial report?
Yes = 0
No = 4
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Address
10
PRINT OPTION
VALUE
Print Gross total on the X Financial report?
Yes = 0
No = 1
Yes = 0
No = 2
Yes = 1
No = 0
Print Gross total on the Z Financial report?
11
Print the subtotal without tax on the receipt?
Tax amount to print
on receipt is:
Combined
=
2
Itemized
=
0
Print the tax amount on receipt?
Yes = 0
No = 1
Print taxable totals?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Print the tax rate?
Yes = 4
No = 0
13
Print a breakdown of the VAT eligible sale?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Yes = 2
No = 0
14
Print training mode message on the receipt during
training mode operations?
Currency
CONV. #1
=
Symbol:
CONV. #2
=
(See note2 below)
12
15
=
.
17
CONV. #4
=
.
20
Print the order number on the kitchen printer
requisition?
Yes = 0
No = 1
Print the item’s price on the kitchen printer
requisition?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Print registrations in void mode on the kitchen
printer requisition?
Yes = 0
No = 1
Print registrations in training mode on the kitchen
printer requisition?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Combine like items on the kitchen printer?
Yes = 0
No = 1
Consolidation of like items on check track?
Yes = 0
No = 2
Chooses volume unit When
the PLU is gallonage.
21
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CONV. #3
19
Gallons
=
0
Liters
=
4
Print preamble message on receipt?
Yes = 0
No = 1
Print postamble message on receipt?
Yes = 0
No = 2
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.
16
18
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Address
22
23
24
25
PRINT OPTION
VALUE
Print preamble message on the guest check?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Print postamble message on the guest check?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Print average items per customer on the Financial
report?
Yes = 0
No = 1
Print average sales per customer on the Financial
report?
Yes = 0
No = 2
Issue a second receipt for the same transaction?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Priority print by group on the kitchen printer?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Print the PLU number and descriptor on the
receipt?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Do not print when polling reports?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Print PLU# on PLU report?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Grand total is:
Net sale
=
4
Gross sale
=
0
26
NOT USED
27
Send order to the kitchen printer when the SBTL
key is pressed?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Print date on hard check?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Pre Print graphic logo on receipt?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Post-Print graphic logo on receipt?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Pre Print graphic logo on the guest check?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Post-Print graphic logo on the guest check?
Yes = 2
No = 0
28
29
30
Print pre- logo
Default
=
0
User
=
1
31
Number of Pre-feeding lines
0-5
32
Number of Post-feeding lines
0-5
33
Print Format
Receipt
Journal
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=
=
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0
1
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NOTE 1: Print Option# 8 - Users outside of the USA can designate a different currency
symbol. To select a different symbol enter three digit alpha character codes.
NOTE 2: Print Option# 14,15,16,17 - If you are using the currency conversion feature, you
can select the appropriate symbol for each foreign currency you are accepting. To select a
different symbol enter three digit alpha character codes.
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Function Key Programming
Three programs are used to program function keys:
•
Program 70 - is used to set each keys individual options
•
Program 80 - is used to program a 18 character alpha numeric descriptor
•
Program 90 - is used to set a high amount limit (HALO)
In this chapter you will find:
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General instructions for programs 70, 80 and 90.
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Specific programming instructions for each function key.
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Program 70 - Function Key Options
Use Program 70 to set options for function keys. Because of the differences inherent in function keys,
individual options will be different. See the specific instructions for each key in this chapter to find the
options for each key.
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 7 0, press the SBTL key.
7
0
SBTL
3. Enter the values for the option digit or digits. Depending on the function key
you are programming, you may enter up to six digits N1 through N6.
Determine the values for N1 through N6 by referring to the specific function
key information that follows. (You do not need to enter preceding zeros.
For example, if the function key offers six digits, N1 through N6 and you are
only selecting a value for N6, just enter the value for N6.) Press the function
key you wish to program.
N1
N2
N3
N4
N5
N6
FUNCTION
KEY
4. To program additional function keys, repeat from step 3, or press the CASH
key to finalize the program.
CASH
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Program 80 - Function Key Descriptor
Program descriptors by entering three digit alpha character codes.
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 8 0, press the SBTL key.
8
0
SBTL
3.
Enter up to 18
characters from
Alpha Overlay
FUNCTION
KEY
4. To program additional function keys, repeat from step 3, or press the CASH
key to finalize the program.
CASH
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Program 90 - Function Key HALO
Use Program 90 to program a high amount lock out (HALO) for a function key. Only specific keys
require this program. For example, you can set a HALO for the CASH, CHECK or CHARGE keys.
Refer to the specific function key programming information in this chapter to determine when the
HALO option is available.
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 9 0, press the SBTL key.
9
0
SBTL
3. Enter a HALO of up to eight digits, (or "0" for no HALO).
Enter 1-8 digit
HALO
4. Press the function key on the keyboard you wish to program.
FUNCTION
KEY
5. To program additional function keys, repeat from step 2, or press the CASH
key to finalize the program.
CASH
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ADD CHECK
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
N2
N3
SBTL
N1
N2
N3
ADD
CEHCK
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Key is inactive?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Compulsory before tendering?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Advance the consecutive # when this function is
used?
Yes = 0
No = 4
Delete the pre/postamble when this function is
used?
Yes = 0
No = 1
Exempt tax 1?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Exempt tax 2?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Exempt tax 3?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Exempt tax 4?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Validation is compulsory?
Yes = 4
No = 0
=
SUM
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
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CANCEL
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
SBTL
N1
CANCEL
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Key is inactive?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Key is active in X control lock position only?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Validation is compulsory?
Yes = 4
No = 0
=
SUM
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
HALO
- Refer to “Program 90 – Function Key HALO ”
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CASH
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
N2
N3
SBTL
N1
N2
N3
CASH
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Amount tender is compulsory?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Allow over tendering and under tendering in X
control lock position only?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Disable under tendering?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Open cash drawer?
Yes = 0
No = 1
Exempt tax 1?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Exempt tax 2?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Exempt tax 3?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Exempt tax 4?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Validation is compulsory?
Yes = 4
No = 0
=
SUM
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
HALO
- Refer to “Program 90 – Function Key HALO”
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CHARGE1-8
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
N2
N3
N4
N5
SBTL
N1
N2
N3
N4
N5
CHARGE
OPTION
VALUE
Amount tender is compulsory?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Allow over tendering and under tendering in X
control lock position only?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Disable under tendering?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Open cash drawer?
Yes = 0
No = 1
Allow over tendering?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Non-add # entry compulsory?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Exempt tax 1?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Exempt tax 2?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Exempt tax 3?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Exempt tax 4?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Validation compulsory?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Send to EFT?
Yes = 4
No = 0
EFT Port
CASH
=
SUM
0-2
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
HALO
- Refer to “Program 90 – Function Key HALO”
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CHEQUE
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
N2
N3
N4
SBTL
N1
N2
N3
N4
CHECK
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Amount tender is compulsory?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Allow over tendering and under tendering in X
control lock position only?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Disable under tendering?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Open cash drawer?
Yes = 0
No = 1
Exempt tax 1?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Exempt tax 2?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Exempt tax 3?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Exempt tax 4?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Check endorsement compulsory?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Validation is compulsory?
Yes = 2
No = 0
=
SUM
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
HALO
- Refer to “Program 90 – Function Key HALO”
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CHECK CASHING
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
SBTL
N1
CHECK
CASH
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Key is inactive?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Key is active in X control lock position only?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Validation is compulsory?
Yes = 4
No = 0
=
SUM
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
HALO
- Refer to “Program 90 – Function Key HALO”
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CHECK ENDORSEMENT
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
N2
SBTL
N1
N2
CHECK
ENDORSE
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Key is inactive?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Print the amount of the check and endorsement
message?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Print date?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Print time?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Print clerk?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Print consecutive number?
Yes = 4
No = 0
=
SUM
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
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CHECK #
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
N2
N3
N4
SBTL
N1
N2
N3
N4
CHECK#
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Key is inactive?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Required at Start of Sale?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Opening clerk has exclusive access?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Check track # and balance will print on receipt?
Yes = 0
No = 1
Check track # and balance will print on remote?
Yes = 0
No = 2
Allow only one check per table?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Check# is automatically assigned by register?
Yes = 1
No = 0
PBAL Key is used as Drive thru recall key?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Length of Check (0-9)
=
SUM
0-9
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
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CURRENCY CONVERSION
Currency Conversion Rate - Program 90
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 9 0, press the SBTL key.
9
0
SBTL
3. Enter the exchange rate of up to 7 digits (do not enter the decimal point), and
then enter a number from 0 to 7 to indicate the decimal position. See "Currency
Exchange Rate Programming Examples" below.
Exchange Rate
Decimal
Position
4. Press the function key on the keyboard you wish to program.
FUNCTION
KEY
5. To program additional function keys, repeat from step 2, or press the CASH
key to finalize the program.
CASH
Currency Exchange Rate Programming Examples
Note: Foreign currency exchange rates may be stated as “foreign currency in dollars”, or
“dollars in foreign currency”. Use the rate stated in “dollars in foreign currency” when you
are programming this section.
The US dollar (home currency) is worth 1.3720 Canadian dollars (foreign currency).
1
3
7
2
0
4
Exchange Rate
Decimal
Position
The US dollar (home currency) is worth 110.24 Japanese Yen (foreign currency).
1
1
0
2
Exchange Rate
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4
2
Decimal
Position
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DRIVE THRU / EAT IN / TAKE OUT
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
SBTL
N1
N2
DRIVE
THRU
CASH
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
SBTL
N1
N2
EAT IN
CASH
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
N2
SBTL
N1
N2
TAKE
OUT
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Exempt tax 1?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Exempt tax 2?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Exempt tax 3?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Exempt tax 4?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Validation is compulsory?
Yes = 2
No = 0
=
SUM
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
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ERROR CORRECT
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
SBTL
N1
ERROR
CORRECT
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Key is inactive?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Key is active in X control lock position only?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Validation is compulsory?
Yes = 4
No = 0
=
SUM
=
SUM
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
HALO
- Refer to “Program 90 – Function Key HALO”
F/S SUB
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
SBTL
N1
F/S
SUBTOTAL
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Key is inactive?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
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F/S TEND
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
N2
N3
SBTL
N1
N2
N3
F/S
TEND
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Exempt tax 1?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Exempt tax 2?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Exempt tax 3?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Exempt tax 4?
Yes = 1
No = 0
The tender is allowed in any amount?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Food stamp change
Cash
=
4
Is issued in
Food stamps
=
0
Open cash drawer?
Yes = 0
No = 1
Validation is compulsory?
Yes = 2
No = 0
=
SUM
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
HALO
- Refer to “Program 90 – Function Key HALO”
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GUEST
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
SBTL
Address
N1
N1
GUEST
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Required when opening a new check?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Before registering, enter a guest number?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Print Guest # at the kitchen printer?
Yes = 4
No = 0
=
SUM
=
SUM
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
LEVEL1-2
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
SBTL
N1
LEVEL
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Print level description at the KP?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
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#/NS
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
N2
N3
N4
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SBTL
N1
N2
N3
N4
#/NS
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
No Sale is inactive?
Yes = 1
No = 0
No Sale active in X control lock position only?
Yes = 2
No = 0
No Sale inactive after non-add # entry?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Enforce non-add # entry at start of sale?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Print when a NO SALE is performed?
Yes = 0
No = 2
Non-add # entries are prohibited?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Compulsory non-add entry must match number
of digits set in the MAX DIGIT flag below?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Print non-add on guest check?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Enter maximum number of digits for non-add
number entry. Zero (0) means no limit.
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=
SUM
0-8
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Descriptor - Programs 80 & 81
Since two distinct functions, # entry and no sale, reside on the same key, different programs are
used to program each descriptor. To program the no sale descriptor:
Repeat for another
function key
8
0
Enter up to 18 descriptor codes
SBTL
FUNCTION
KEY
CASH
To program the # descriptor
8
1
Enter up to 18 descriptor codes,
SBTL
FUNCTION
KEY
CASH
RETURN
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
SBTL
N1
RETURN
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Key is inactive?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Key is active in X control lock position only?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Validation is compulsory?
Yes = 4
No = 0
=
SUM
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
HALO
- Refer to “Program 90 – Function Key HALO”
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MODIFIER 1-5
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
N2
N1
N2
N3
MOD
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Key is active in X control lock position only?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Modify PLU#?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Print modifier descriptor on the guest check?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Print modifier descriptor on the receipt?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Value of affected digit (0-9)
N3
2.
SBTL
=
SUM
0-9
* Affect Digit (1-14) of PLU#
Repeat for another
function key
9
0
SBTL
1-14
MOD
CASH
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
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PAYMENT
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
SBTL
N1
PAYMENT
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Required to close check?
Yes = 1
No = 0
=
SUM
=
SUM
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
PBAL
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
SBTL
N1
PREVIOUS
BALANCE
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Previous balance may be entered at any time?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Previous balance required at the start of the sale?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
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PROMO
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
N2
SBTL
N1
N2
PROMO
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Key is inactive?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Key is active in X control lock position only?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Taxable by tax 1?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Taxable by tax 2?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Taxable by tax 3?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Taxable by tax 4?
Yes = 4
No = 0
=
SUM
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
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PAID OUT1-3
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
SBTL
N1
P/O
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Key is inactive?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Key is active in X control lock position only
Yes = 2
No = 0
Validation is compulsory?
Yes = 4
No = 0
=
SUM
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
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PRINT CHECK
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
SBTL
N1
N2
PRINT
CHECK
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
N1
Enter Port Number. (Zero if the check will print
on the receipt printer)
N2
Automatically Service Check?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Skip printing consecutive # on the guest check?
Yes = 2
No = 0
=
SUM
0-2
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
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RECD ON ACCT1-3
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
SBTL
N1
R/A
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Key is inactive?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Key is active in X control lock position only?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Validation is compulsory?
Yes = 4
No = 0
=
SUM
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
HALO
- Refer to “Program 90 – Function Key HALO”
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SCALE
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
N2
SBTL
N1
N2
SCALE
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Key is inactive?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Key is active in X control lock position only?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Allow manual entry of weight?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Subtract tare weight on the scale entry?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Weight symbol for
manual entry is:
Kg
=
2
Lb
=
0
Allow register scaleable items by weight
extension or by price entry?
=
SUM
Yes = 4
No = 0
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
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SERVICE
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
N2
N3
N4
SBTL
N1
N2
N3
N4
SERVICE
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Compulsory non-add number before this key is
used?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Print on receipt?
Yes = 0
No = 2
Allow negative balance in X control lock
position only?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Calculate tax 1?
Yes = 0
No = 1
Calculate tax 2?
Yes = 0
No = 2
Calculate tax 3?
Yes = 0
No = 4
Calculate tax 4?
Yes = 0
No = 1
Validation is compulsory?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Enter the port number if you are using a hard
check system.
=
SUM
0-2
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
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SUBTOTAL
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
SBTL
N1
SUBTOTAL
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Key is inactive?
Yes = 1
No = 0
=
SUM
=
SUM
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
TABLE
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
SBTL
N1
TABLE #
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Table number entry compulsory before opening a
new check?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Table number entry compulsory for all sales?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Print table# at the remote printer?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
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TARE
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
SBTL
N1
TARE
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Key is inactive?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Key is active in X control lock position only?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Using tare number five to manually enter a tare
weight?
Yes = 4
No = 0
=
SUM
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
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TAX EXEMPT
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
N2
SBTL
N1
N2
TAX
EXEMPT
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Exempt tax 1?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Exempt tax 2?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Exempt tax 3?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Exempt tax 4?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Compulsory non-add number before this key is
used?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Validation is compulsory?
Yes = 4
No = 0
=
SUM
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
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TIP
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
SBTL
N1
N2
N3
N4
OPTION
Type of tip is:
N3
N4
CASH
VALUE
Percentage =
Amount
N2
TIP
=
SUM
1
=
0
Key is inactive?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Key is active in X control lock position only?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Add tax rate 1?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Add tax rate 2?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Add tax rate 3?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Add tax rate 4?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Add the tip total to the NET and GROSS sales
total?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
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VALIDATE
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
SBTL
N1
N2
VALID
CASH
OPTION
Enter Port Number.
VALUE
=
SUM
0-2
Enter Zero if validation is not used.
N2
Key is inactive?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Allow multiple validations?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
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VOID
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
SBTL
N1
VOID
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Key is inactive?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Key is active in X control lock position only?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Validation is compulsory?
Yes = 4
No = 0
=
SUM
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
HALO
- Refer to “Program 90 – Function Key HALO”
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WASTE
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
Address
N1
SBTL
N1
WASTE
CASH
OPTION
VALUE
Key is inactive?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Key is active in X control lock position only?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Validation is compulsory?
Yes = 4
No = 0
=
SUM
Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
HALO
- Refer to “Program 90 – Function Key HALO”
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%1- %5
Options - Program 70
Repeat for another
function key
7
0
SBTL
Address
OPTION
N1
Apply an:
N2
N1
N2
N3
N4
N6
N5
VALUE
Amount
=
1
Percentage
=
0
Key is inactive?
Yes = 2
No = 0
% Key is active in X control lock position only?
Yes = 4
No = 0
% Key is:
% Key is:
Open
=
1
Preset
=
0
Sale
=
2
Item
=
0
Allow % key override preset?
N3
N4
N5
N6
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%
% Key is:
CASH
=
SUM
Yes = 4
No = 0
Positive
=
1
Negative
=
0
% Amount taxable tax 1?
Yes = 2
No = 0
% Amount taxable tax 2?
Yes = 1
No = 0
% Amount taxable tax 3?
Yes = 2
No = 0
% Amount taxable tax 4?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Reduce (or increase) the food stamp subtotal by
% entry?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Allow only one time subtotal entry?
Yes = 2
No = 0
Allow multiple amount discounts (coupons)
without pressing subtotal?
Yes = 4
No = 0
Allow % key preset override active in X control
lock position only?
Yes = 1
No = 0
Validation is compulsory?
Yes = 2
No = 0
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Descriptor
- Refer to “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor”
% Rate / Preset $ Value / HALO - Program 90
Repeat for another
function key
9
0
SBTL
Enter 5 digit rate or
amount (see note below)
%
CASH
Note: If key is amount, enter 5 digit HALO, or 0 for no HALO. If key is percentage enter
the percentage in a five-digit format, without the decimal (XX.XXX). For example: for
10%, enter 10000; for 5.55%, enter 05550; for 99.999%, enter 99999.
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Clerk Programming
Clerks (which may be used as cashiers), have the following programming options.
set through separate programs:
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Program 800 - Secret Code programming determines the code that is used for
clerk sign on if a code entry sign on method is selected in system option #2 (See
"System Option Programming")
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Program 801 – Drawer Assignment & Training Clerk Programming
•
Program 810 - Clerk Description Programming allows you to set a unique, up to
18 character, descriptor for each clerk
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Program 800 - Secret Code Programming
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 8 0 0, press the SBTL key.
8
0
0
SBTL
3. Enter the number of the clerk you wish to program; press the X/TIME key.
X/TIME
4. Enter a secret code (up to 6 digits); press the SBTL key.
Enter the secret
code, up to 6
digits
SBTL
5. Repeat from step 3 for each clerk you wish to program. Press the CASH key
to finalize the program.
CASH
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Program 801 - Drawer Assignment & Training Clerk
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 8 0 1, press the SBTL key.
8
0
1
SBTL
3. Enter the number of the clerk you wish to program; press the X/TIME key.
X/TIME
4. Enter an option digit from the table below, press the SBTL key.
Address
OPTION
N1
Drawer assignment
(0: default drawer, 1: no drawer)
N2
Train Clerk
VALUE
=
SUM
0-1
Yes=1
No=0
N1
N2
SBTL
5. Repeat from step 3 for each clerk you wish to program. Press the CASH key
to finalize the program.
CASH
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Program 810 – Clerk Description Programming
Program descriptors by entering three digit alpha character codes.
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 8 1 0, press the SBTL key.
8
1
0
SBTL
3. Enter the number of the clerk you wish to program; press the X/TIME key.
X/TIME
4. If you are programming
Enter up to 18
three-character
codes
SBTL
5. Press the CASH key to finalize the program.
CASH
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Mix & Match Programming
Mix & Match Tables have the following programming options.
separate programs:
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These options are set through
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Program 600 - Trip Level Programming
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Program 601 - Price Programming
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Program 610 - Mix & Match Description Programming allows you to set a
unique, up to 18character, descriptor for Mix & Match Table.
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Program 600 - Trip Level Programming
1.
Turn the control lock to the P position.
2.
To begin the program, enter 6 0 0, press the SBTL key.
6
0
0
SBTL
3. Enter the number of the M&M table you wish to program; press the X/TIME
key.
X/TIME
4. Enter a level of up to 5 digits (The Maximum Level you can enter is 30000)
press the SBTL key.
Enter the level up
to 5 digits
SBTL
5. Repeat from step 3 for each table you wish to program. Press the CASH key
to finalize the program.
CASH
Program 601 - Price Programming
1.
Turn the control lock to the P position.
2.
To begin the program, enter 6 0 1, press the SBTL key.
6
0
1
SBTL
3. Enter the number of the M&M table you wish to program; press the X/TIME
key.
X/TIME
4. Enter a price (up to 7 digits); press the SBTL key.
SBTL
Price/HALO
5. Repeat from step 3 for each table you wish to program. Press the CASH key
to finalize the program.
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Program 610 - Mix & Match Description Programming
Program descriptors by entering three digit alpha character codes.
1.
Turn the control lock to the P position.
2.
To begin the program, enter 6 1 0, press the SBTL key.
6
1
0
SBTL
3. Enter the number of the M&M table you wish to program; press the X/TIME
key.
X/TIME
4. If you are programming
Enter up to 18
three-character
codes
SBTL
5. Press the CASH key to finalize the program.
CASH
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Group Programming
20 Group totals are available to accumulate totals of individual PLUs that are assigned to each group.
PLU can be assigned to one, two or three different groups.
Each
•
Use program 900 to assign a group status, i.e. a group can be set to not add to the
total of all groups, or a group can be used to designate like items for kitchen
printer assignment.
•
Use program 910 to assign a unique descriptor for each group, so that the group
may be easily understood on the group report.
Programming Group Status - Program 900
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 9 0 0, press the SBTL key.
9
0
0
SBTL
3. Enter the number of the group you wish to program; press the X/TIME key.
X/TIME
4. Enter an option digit from the table below, press the SBTL key.
Address
N1
N2
OPTION
VALUE
Group total is added to the total of all
groups on the Group report?
Yes = 0
No = 1
Send to kitchen printer?
Yes = 2
No = 0
No Choice
0
KP PORT#: R (print a kitchen requisition)
1
KP PORT#: 1
2
KP PORT#: 2
4
Print RED on KP?
N3
N1
N2
N3
=
SUM
Yes = 1
No = 0
SBTL
5. To program additional groups, repeat from step 3, or press the CASH key to
finalize the program.
CASH
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Programming Group Descriptors
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 9 1 0, press the SBTL key.
9
1
0
SBTL
3. Enter the number of the group you wish to program; press the X/TIME key.
X/TIME
4. If you are programming
Enter up to 18
characters from
Alpha Overlay
SBTL
5. To program additional groups, repeat from step 3, or press the CASH key to
finalize the program.
CASH
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Miscellaneous Programming
Macro Key Sequence Programming
Macros are special function keys that are used to execute a sequence of key depressions. For
example, a macro might be used to execute a string of reports or to automatically tender a preset
amount. Up to ten different macros may be placed on the keyboard. (See "Function Key Assignment
Programming” to place macros on the keyboard.)
To Program a Macro
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 1 5 0 0, press the SBTL key.
1
5
0
0
SBTL
3. Press the Macro key that you wish to program.
MACRO
4. First, you must change the Mode Key. Default Mode is PGM Mode.
Therefore, if you want to start in REG Mode, you must change Mode key to
REG Mode. Type up to 50 key stokes
Type up to 50 key strokes
5. Turn the control lock to the P position. Press the same Macro key to end the
sequence
MACRO
6. Repeat from step 3 - 5 to program additional macros.
finalize the program.
Press the CASH key to
CASH
To removing a Macro
If you wish to remove a keystroke from a macro, replace the current function with
the INACTIVE function.
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Logo Description Programming
Programming the Receipt/Check Endorsement Message
A preamble message of up to six lines can be printed at the top of each receipt; a postamble message
of up to six lines can be printed at the bottom of each receipt: a endorsement message of up to ten lines
can be printed when a check is endorsed on an optional slip printer. Each line can consist of up to 32
characters.
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 7 0 0, press the SBTL key.
7
0
0
SBTL
3. Refer to the chart below and enter the number that represents the line you wish
to program; press the X/TIME key.
X
X/TIME
X
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Message Line
st
1 line of Preamble
2nd line of Preamble
3rd line of Preamble
4th line of Preamble
5th line of Preamble
6th line of Preamble
1st line of Postamble
2nd line of Postamble
3rd line of Postamble
4th line of Postamble
5th line of Postamble
X
Message Line
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
6th line of Postamble
1st line of Endorsement
2nd line of Endorsement
3rd line of Endorsement
4th line of Endorsement
5th line of Endorsement
6th line of Endorsement
7th line of Endorsement
8th line of Endorsement
9th line of Endorsement
10th line of Endorsement
4. If you are programming
Enter up to 32
characters form
Alpha Overlay
SBTL
5. Press the CASH key to finalize the program.
CASH
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Programming the Financial Report Message
The Financial Report selection allows you to reprogram the descriptors that appear with the Financial
Report totals and counters. For example, the first total on the financial report "+PLU TTL" represents
the total of all positive PLU entries. You might wish to re-label this total to say "FOOD SALES".
You can reprogram any of the Financial Report totals listed here with any 18-character descriptor. (See
“Financial Report Message”).
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 7 0 1, press the SBTL key.
7
0
1
SBTL
3. Refer to the chart below and enter the number that represents the line you wish
to program; press the X/TIME key.
X
4.
X/TIME
If you are programming
Enter up to 18
characters from
Alpha Overlay
SBTL
5. Press the CASH key to finalize the program.
CASH
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Financial Report Message
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X
Message Line
X
Message Line
X
Message Line
1
+PLU TTL
29
CREDIT TAX4
57
CHG7-IN-D
2
-PLU TTL
30
FD/S CREDIT
58
CHG8-IN-D
3
ADJST TTL
31
RETURN
59
CHG1 SALES
4
NONTAX
32
ERROR CORR
60
CHG2 SALES
5
GST SALES
33
PREVIOUS VD
61
CHG3 SALES
6
TAX2 SALES
34
VOID MODE
62
CHG4 SALES
7
TAX3 SALES
35
CANCEL
63
CHG5 SALES
8
TAX4 SALES
36
GROSS SALES
64
CHG6 SALES
9
GST
37
CASH SALES
65
CHG7 SALES
10
TAX2
38
CHECK SALES
66
CHG8 SALES
11
TAX3
39
R/A 1
67
FOREIGN 1
12
TAX4
40
R/A 2
68
FOREIGN 2
13
GST XMPT
41
R/A 3
69
FOREIGN 3
14
XMPT2 SALES
42
P/O 1
70
FOREIGN 4
15
XMPT3 SALES
43
P/O 2
71
DRWR TTL
16
XMPT4 SALES
44
P/O 3
72
PROMO
17
EATIN TTL
45
HASH TTL
73
WASTE
18
TAKEOUT TTL
46
AUDACTION
74
TIP
19
DRTHRU TTL
47
NOSALE
75
TRAIN TTL
20
%1
48
CASH-IN-D
76
BAL FORWARD
21
%2
49
CHECK-IN-D
77
GUESTS
22
%3
50
FD/S-IN-D
78
P/BAL
23
%4
51
CHG1-IN-D
79
CHECKS PAID
24
%5
52
CHG2-IN-D
80
SERVICE
25
NET SALE
53
CHG3-IN-D
81
MIX&MATCH
26
CREDIT TAX1
54
CHG4-IN-D
27
CREDIT TAX2
55
CHG5-IN-D
28
CREDIT TAX3
56
CHG6-IN-D
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Programming the Clerk Report Message
The Clerk Report selection allows you to reprogram the descriptors that appear with the Clerk Report
totals and counters. For example, the first total on the clerk report "NET SALES" might be re-labeled
to say "GROSS SALES". You can reprogram any of the Financial Report totals listed here with any
18-character descriptor. (See “Clerk Report Message”).
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 7 1 0, press the SBTL key.
7
1
0
SBTL
3. Refer to the chart below and enter the number that represents the line you wish
to program; press the X/TIME key.
X
4.
X/TIME
If you are programming
Enter up to 18
three-character
codes
5.
SBTL
Press the CASH key to finalize the program.
CASH
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Clerk Report Message
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X
Message Line
X
Message Line
X
Message Line
1
NET SALE
24
CREDIT TAX2
47
CHG2 SALES
2
NONTAX
25
CREDIT TAX3
48
CHG3 SALES
3
GST SALES
26
CREDIT TAX4
49
CHG4 SALES
4
TAX2 SALES
27
FD/S CREDIT
50
CHG5 SALES
5
TAX3 SALES
28
RETURN
51
CHG6 SALES
6
TAX4 SALES
29
ERROR CORR
52
CHG7 SALES
7
GST
30
PREVIOUS VD
53
CHG8 SALES
8
TAX2
31
VOID MODE
54
FOREIGN 1
9
TAX3
32
CANCEL
55
FOREIGN 2
10
TAX4
33
GROSS SALES
56
FOREIGN 3
11
GST XMPT
34
CASH SALES
57
FOREIGN 4
12
XMPT2 SALES
35
CHECK SALES
58
DRWR TTL
13
XMPT3 SALES
36
R/A 1
59
PROMO
14
XMPT4 SALES
37
R/A 2
60
WASTE
15
EATIN TTL
38
R/A 3
61
TIP
16
TAKEOUT TTL
39
P/O 1
62
TRAIN TTL
17
DRTHRU TTL
40
P/O 2
63
BAL FORWARD
18
%1
41
P/O 3
64
GUESTS
19
%2
42
HASH TTL
65
P/BAL
20
%3
43
CASH-IN-D
66
CHECKS PAID
21
%4
44
CHECK-IN-D
67
SERVICE
22
%5
45
FD/S-IN-D
68
NOSALE
23
CREDIT TAX1
46
CHG1 SALES
69
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Programming the Macro Name
Up to ten function locations may be designated as Macro keys. You may wish to program a name for a
macro. For example if a macro executes a series of commands to produce daily reports, you can
program the descriptor “DAILY”, so the macro can easily be identified. Macro names can also be
helpful when looking at keyboard layout information with the PC communication utility.
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 7 1 1, press the SBTL key.
7
1
1
SBTL
3. Refer to the chart below and enter the number that represents the line you wish
to program; press the X/TIME key.
X
4.
X/TIME
If you are programming
Enter up to 18
characters from
Alpha Overlay
5.
SBTL
Press the CASH key to finalize the program.
CASH
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NLU Code Number Programming
NLU are fixed keys on the keyboard (like traditional department keys) that access specific PLUs.
On the default keyboard, there are 60 NLU keys and the PLU# assigned to the NLU key is the same, i.e.
NLU key number one is PLU #1. However, with this program, you can assign any PLU number you
wish to any one of the 60 possible NLU keys.
Programming the NLU Code Number
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 1 0 0 0, press the SBTL key.
1
0
0
0
SBTL
3. Type the new PLU code number you wish to use for this NLU key, and Press
the NLU key on the keyboard you wish to program, and Press the NLU key
again.
NLU KEY
Same
Key
NLU Code
4. Press CASH to finalize the program
CASH
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Cash-In-Drawer Limit Programming
You can set a limit for cash in drawer. When cash in drawer exceeds the limit you program here, a
warning will display on the screen. You must press CLEAR to remove the warning and continue
operations. The warning will continue to appear at the completion of every transaction with the limit
exceeded, until you use the PAID OUT function to remove cash from the drawer.
Programming the Drawer Limit
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 1 1 0 0, press the SBTL key.
1
1
0
0
SBTL
3. Enter a cash-in-drawer limit (up to 8 digits or 0 for no limit); press the
X/TIME key.
Enter the cash
limit, up to 8
digits
X/TIME
4. Press the CASH key to finalize the program.
CASH
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Check Change Limit Programming
Use this program to set the maximum amount of cash that can be returned when a check is tendered for
an amount greater than the amount of the sale. For example, if the check change limit is $10.00 the
maximum amount that can be tendered into the check key on a $5.00 sale is $15.00.
Programming the Check Change Limit
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 1 2 0 0, press the SBTL key.
1
2
0
0
SBTL
3. Enter a cash-in-drawer limit (up to 8 digits or 0 for no limit); press the
X/TIME key.
Enter the cash
limit, up to 8
digits
X/TIME
4. Press the CASH key to finalize the program.
CASH
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Date and Time Programming
Use this program to set the clock and calendar on your ER-390M. The date changes automatically.
After initial setting, time changing will probably be required only for beginning and ending daylight
savings time.
Programming the Date and Time
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 1 3 0 0, press the SBTL key.
1
3
0
0
SBTL
3. Enter time in military standard time (based on 24 hours), must be four digits
(i.e. 1300 hours = 1:00 PM); press the X/TIME key.
H
H
M
M
X/TIME
4. Enter the date in MM (month) DD (day) and YY (year) format. Press the
X/TIME key:
M
M
D
D
Y
Y
X/TIME
5. Press the CASH key to finalize the program.
CASH
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Scale Tare Weight Programming
A tare is the amount of weight representing the container, or package when items are sold by weight.
You can pre-program five tare weights, representing the weight of different containers. When you place
an item and a container on optional scale, you can enter the tare number to automatically subtract the
pre-programmed tare weight. If you choose to use tare #5 for manual tare weight entry, do not enter a
weight for tare #5. (See TARE.)
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 1 4 0 0, press the SBTL key.
1
4
0
0
SBTL
3. Enter the number (1-5) of the tare you wish to program; press the X/TIME key.
X/TIME
4. Enter the weight of the tare (one digit preceding the decimal key, the decimal
key, then three digits after the decimal key). Press the SBTL key.
.
SBTL
5. To program additional tare weights, repeat from step 3, or press the CASH key
to finalize the program.
CASH
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Machine Number Programming
The machine number is printed on the register receipt. Program a machine number so that any receipt
can be identified with the store or register where the transaction took place.
Programming the Machine Number
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To begin the program, enter 1 6 0 0, press the SBTL key.
1
6
0
0
SBTL
3. Enter a machine number (up to 5 digits); press the X/TIME key.
X/TIME
4. Press the CASH key to finalize the program.
CASH
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Program Scans
Since much time and energy has been invested in the planning and programming of your ER-390M, it is advisable to
print a hard copy of the final program for future reference. This copy should be kept in a safe place.
1. Turn the control lock to the P position.
2. To print a program scan, enter 1 5, press the SBTL key.
1
5
SBTL
3. In this step, there are three different ways to scan program information. One is
PLU, the other is Macro, and the third is Others.
PLU PROGRAM SCAN
To read single PLU program information, enter the number (1-1000) of the PLU and
press the same number and PLU key.
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
PLU
Enter the PLU#,
up to 15 digits
PLU
Press a PLU key on the keyboard and press same key again.
PLU 1
PLU 1
To read multiple PLU program information, enter the first number (1-1000) and press
PLU key. Press the last number (1-1000) and press PLU key
Enter the first
PLU#, up to 15
digits
PLU
Enter the last
PLU#, up to 15
digits
PLU
Press a PLU key on the keyboard.
PLU 1
PLU 10
MACRO PROGRAM SCAN
To read MACRO information, press the MACRO key to be scanned,
MACRO#
MACRO#
Refer to the chart below and enter a digit to represent the segment of the program you
wish to print; press the X/TIME key. To see additional scan, repeat this operation.
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OTHERS PROGRAM SCAN
X
X/TIME
X
Program
X
Program
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Group
Tax
System option
Print option
Function keys
Clerk
Preamble message
Postamble message
Endorsement message
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Financial Report message
Clerk Report message
Macro Name
Drawer Limit
Check Change Limit
Time & Date
Tare Weight
Machine Number
Mix & Match
4. Press the CASH key to finalize the program.
CASH
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Sample Reports
Financial
Total and count of
all positive PLUs
Total and count of
all Negative PLUs
Total of +PLU and
–PLU sales
Total of Nontaxable sales
Total of tax eligible
sales for each sale
tax
Total of tax
collected for each
tax
Total exempted
sales for each tax
Total sales for each
type of destination
Total and count for
each % function key
(i.e. discounts &
coupons)
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DATE 11/10/1999 WED
TIME 13:32
X 1
REPORT
00001
-------------------------------FINANCIAL
+PLU TTL
179.56
$288.60
-PLU TTL
10
-20.00
ADJST TTL
189.56
$268.60
-------------------------------NONTAX
$30.47
TAX1 SALES
$153.60
TAX2 SALES
$11.92
TAX3 SALES
$16.77
TAX4 SALES
$31.89
TAX1
$10.00
TAX2
$1.21
TAX3
$1.18
TAX4
$2.18
XMPT1 SALES
$7.00
XMPT2 SALES
$1.50
XMPT3 SALES
$7.95
XMPT4 SALES
$7.50
EATIN TTL
1
$10.12
TAKEOUT TTL
2
$40.77
DRTHRU TTL
1
$3.04
ITEM DISC.
3
-0.48
continued . . .
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continued from previous page
Total and count for
each % function key
(i.e. discouts &
coupons)
SALE DISC.
SALE SURCH.
% 4
% 5
Net Sales
Credited tax for
each tax. (Tax is
credited for negative
taxable sales, i.e.
mdse return
transactions.)
NET SALE
CREDIT TAX1
CREDIT TAX2
CREDIT TAX3
CREDIT TAX4
Food stamp change
credited to sales
FD/S CREDIT
RETURN
Total and count for
each type of
transaction
correction.
ERROR CORR
PREVIOUS VD
VOID MODE
CANCEL
Gross Sales
Totals and counters
for CASH and
CHECK sales
GROSS SALES
CASH SALES
CHECK SALES
R/A 1
R/A 2
R/A 3
Total and count for
each type R/A
(received on
account) and P/O
(paid out) key.
P/O 1
P/O 2
P/O 3
2
-5.22
3
$3.23
0
$0.00
0
$0.00
26
$281.18
4
-1.11
1
-0.23
2
-0.89
1
-0.39
0
$0.23
33
-59.73
2
-4.00
1
-1.50
-2
-6.40
2
$16.00
$375.63
13
$133.49
1
$23.05
1
$145.00
0
$0.00
0
$0.00
1
-140.00
0
$0.00
0
$0.00
continued . . .
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Total and count of
items sold with
HASH status.
Count of No Sales.
Total of numbers
entered into the nonadd key
Total and count of
expected CASH,
CHECK in drawer
continued from previous page
HASH TTL
NOSALE
NON ADD #
CASH-IN-D
CHECK-IN-D
FD/S-IN-D
CHG1-IN-D
CHG2-IN-D
Total and count for
each CHARGE in
drawer.
CHG3-IN-D
CHG4-IN-D
CHG5-IN-D
CHG6-IN-D
CHG7-IN-D
CHG8-IN-D
CHG1 SALES
CHG2 SALES
Total and count for
each CHARGE key.
CHG3 SALES
CHG4 SALES
CHG5 SALES
CHG6 SALES
CHG7 SALES
Total for each
Foreign currency in
drawer.
CHG8 SALES
FOREIGN
FOREIGN
FOREIGN
FOREIGN
1
2
3
4
0
$0.00
4
547
14
$269.99
3
-108.45
2
$21.00
0
$0.00
1
$8.43
1
$8.52
2
-1.60
1
$2.67
2
$13.09
0
$0.00
1
$0.00
0
$0.00
1
$8.43
1
$8.52
2
-1.60
1
$2.67
2
$13.09
0
$0.00
1
$3.04
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
continued . . .
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Total of CASH,
CHECKS and
CHARGES in
drawer.
Total and count for
PROMO,WASTE
and TIPS.
Number of
transactions and
total activity in
Training Mode
continued from previous page
DRWR TTL
PROMO
WASTE
TIPS
TRAIN TTL
BAL FORWARD
Total and count of
all balances serviced
GUESTS
P/BAL
Total number of
guests served
CHECKS PAID
Total and count of
balances entered
into PBAL key
Total and count of
balances paid
Total and count of
items serviced
Total and count of
mix & match disc.
SERVICE
MIX&MATCH
$216.69
1
$1.50
8
$12.50
0
$0.00
5
$62.59
4
$88.13
5
4
$0.00
2
$18.64
4
$88.13
0
$0.00
AVG ITEM/CUST
7.29
AVG $/CUST
$10.81
********************************
GRAND
$375.63
ETHAN
000209
00000
Average number if
items per customer,
and average dollar
sales per customer
Grand total
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Time
Time Period
Number of
Transactions
Net sales in this
period.
Percentage of total
sales
Number of
Transactions all
periods
Net sales in all
periods.
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DATE 11/10/1999 WED
TIME 15:48
X 1
REPORT
00001
-------------------------------TIME
13:00-13:59
CNT
17
SALES AMT
$183.85
SALES RATE
65.39%
14:00-14:59
CNT
9
SALES AMT
$97.33
SALES RATE
34.61%
********************************
TOTAL CNT
26
TOTAL AMT
$281.18
ETHAN
000236
00000
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PLU
PLU number
PLU Descriptor
Count and sales
total.
Percentage of total
sales (optional)
Total activity for all
PLUs
Total sales for all
PLUs.
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DATE 11/10/1999 WED
TIME 15:33
X 1
REPORT
00001
-------------------------------ALL PLU
PLU#1
HAMBURGER
CNT 28
$42.00
SALES RATE
15.64%
PLU#2
DBL BURGER
CNT 40
$99.75
SALES RATE
37.14%
PLU#4
COKE
CNT 26
$38.85
SALES RATE
14.46%
PLU#5
SPRITE
CNT 18
$13.42
SALES RATE
5.00%
PLU#7
ROAST
CNT 19.16
$30.47
SALES RATE
11.34%
PLU#28
UNLEADED
CNT 32.85
$39.39
SALES RATE
14.66%
PLU#29
RETURNS
CNT 10
-20.00
SALES RATE
-7.44%
PLU#33
NAILS
CNT 15.55
$24.72
SALES RATE
9.20%
********************************
TOTAL CNT
189.56
TOTAL AMT
$268.60
ETHAN
000213
00000
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Clerk
Note: Media totals can be printed for each clerk, if selected in System Option
Programming.
Clerk Name
Number of
Transactions
Net sales for this
clerk
Drawer total for this
clerk
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DATE 11/10/1999 WED
TIME 15:36
X 1
REPORT
00001
-------------------------------ALL CLERK
ETHAN
NET SALE
10
$155.23
DRWR TTL
$109.81
-------------------------------ZACH
NET SALE
5
$45.14
DRWR TTL
$43.22
-------------------------------ANNA
NET SALE
4
$78.75
DRWR TTL
$67.03
-------------------------------LAURA
NET SALE
2
$0.00
DRWR TTL
$18.64
-------------------------------PEGGY
-------------------------------MOLLY
NET SALE
5
$2.06
DRWR TTL
-22.01
-------------------------------ETHAN
000218
00000
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Individual Clerk
Clerk Name
Number of
Transactions
Net sales for this
clerk
Drawer total for this
clerk
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DATE 11/10/1999 WED
TIME 15:36
X 1
REPORT
00001
-------------------------------INDIVIDUAL CLERK
ETHAN
NET SALE
10
$155.23
DRWR TTL
$109.81
-------------------------------ETHAN
000218
00000
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Groups
Group Descriptor
Number of items
sold in this group
Net sales for this
group
Number of items
sold in all groups.
Net sales for all
groups.
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DATE 11/10/1999 WED
TIME 15:34
X 1
REPORT
00001
-------------------------------GROUP
GROUP : 1 FOOD
CNT
68
SALES AMT
$141.75
GROUP : 2 DRINK
CNT
44
SALES AMT
$52.27
GROUP : 3 REST.
CNT
112
SALES AMT
$194.02
GROUP : 5 STORE
CNT
19.16
SALES AMT
$30.47
GROUP : 8 MDSE
CNT
58.40
SALES AMT
$44.11
GROUP : 9 STORE MDSE
CNT
77.56
SALES AMT
$74.58
********************************
TOTAL CNT
189.56
TOTAL AMT
$268.60
ETHAN
000237
00000
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Stock
PLU number
PLU Descriptor
Current Stock count
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DATE 11/10/1999 WED
TIME 15:47
X 1
REPORT
00001
-------------------------------ALL PLU STOCK
PLU#1
HAMBURGER
CNT
26
PLU#2
DBL BURGER
CNT
15
PLU#7
ROAST
CNT
25.96
PLU#28
UNLEADED
CNT
1488.47
PLU#33
NAILS
CNT
161.25
ETHAN
000228
00000
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Open Check
Open check number
and balance.
Clerk responsible
for the check.
DATE 11/10/1999 WED
TIME 15:59
X 1
REPORT
00001
-------------------------------OPEN CHECK
CHECK : 3
$24.07
MOLLY
CHECK : 4
$45.42
ETHAN
CHECK : 5
$24.50
ETHAN
CHECK : 6
$28.33
ETHAN
ETHAN
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00000
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