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NX-5400

01 type

Programming

Manual

Apr. 6.2005

CAUTION!

When the control key position is LOCK, the display is off and keyboard is disabled but the ECR's power is still

ON. So that before you open the upper case, make sure that the AC cord is disconnected. Especially when you replace the ROM, it must be disconnected, otherwise the

ECR will be damaged.

CONTENTS OF PROGRAMMING MANUAL

BEFORE INSTALLATION................................................................................................................. 1

INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................. 2

SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................... 3

SYSTEM CONFIGURATION.................................................................................................................... 4

NO RAM CHIP EXPANSION.................................................................................................................... 5

SET-UP OF PERIPHERALS...................................................................................................................... 5

I. STANDARD KEY LAYOUT .......................................................................................................... 6

II. PROGRAMMING .......................................................................................................................... 8

KEYBOARD PROGRAMMING ............................................................................................................... 8

(PGM-101) KEY LAYOUT.................................................................................................................................. 8

PLU & GROUP PROGRAMMING......................................................................................................... 11

User Friendly PLU Program................................................................................................................................. 12

(PGM-201/4201) PLU CODE ............................................................................................................................. 13

(PGM-203/4203) PLU LINK TO GROUP.......................................................................................................... 14

(PGM-305/4305) PLU PRICE ............................................................................................................................ 15

(PGM-320/4320) PLU HALO (High Amount Lock-Out) ................................................................................... 16

(PGM-200/4200) PLU FUNCTION.................................................................................................................... 17

(PGM-5302) PLU NAME & PRICE................................................................................................................... 19

(PGM-204) PLU LINK TO ONE PLU ............................................................................................................... 20

(PGM-209/4209) PLU LINK TO SUPPLEMENTARY MESSAGE .................................................................. 20

(PGM-223/4223) GROUP-A LINK TO MAIN GROUP-A ................................................................................ 21

(PGM-109) PLU MODIFIER.............................................................................................................................. 21

(PGM-111) MENU LAYOUT ............................................................................................................................ 22

(PGM-4111) MENU LAYOUT COPY PROCEDURE ...................................................................................... 22

(PGM-406) PLU STOCK.................................................................................................................................... 23

(PGM-426) GROUP-A STOCK.......................................................................................................................... 23

(PGM-5201) COMPLETE PLU PROGRAMMING........................................................................................... 24

CHARACTER PROGRAMMING........................................................................................................... 25

Character Code Table........................................................................................................................................... 26

Programmable 94 Characters ............................................................................................................................... 26

How to Preset Characters ..................................................................................................................................... 27

Character Programming Sequence ....................................................................................................................... 29

(PGM-212) CASHIER ........................................................................................................................................ 29

(PGM-202) PLU.................................................................................................................................................. 29

(PGM-102) KEY/SYMBOL ............................................................................................................................... 29

(PGM-242) MAIN GROUP-A ............................................................................................................................ 29

(PGM-222) GROUP-A........................................................................................................................................ 29

(PGM-232) GROUP-B........................................................................................................................................ 29

(PGM-112) STOCK UNIT.................................................................................................................................. 29

(PGM-142) SUPPLEMENTARY MESSAGE .................................................................................................... 29

(PGM-122) RECEIPT LOGO ............................................................................................................................. 29

(PGM-152) ECR NAME/KITCHEN PRINTER NAME .................................................................................... 29

(PGM-162) SLIP LOGO ..................................................................................................................................... 29

RATE PROGRAMMING ......................................................................................................................... 32

(PGM-337) PERCENTAGE RATE .................................................................................................................... 32

(PGM-347) ADJUSTMENT RATE .................................................................................................................... 33

(PGM-357) SALES COMMISSION RATE........................................................................................................ 33

(PGM-367) STOCK RATE ................................................................................................................................. 33

(PGM-377) CHEQUE-CASHING CHARGE RATE......................................................................................... 33

CURRENCY EXCHANGE CHARGE RATE..................................................................................................... 33

(PGM-107) TAX RATE...................................................................................................................................... 33

(PGM-108) TAX EXEMPTION LIMIT FOR % TAX ....................................................................................... 34

TAX TABLE FOR ADD-ON TAX SYSTEM..................................................................................................... 34

(PGM-387) FOREIGN CURRENCY EXCHANGE RATE................................................................................ 35

(PGM-397) EURO CURRENCY RATE [SF-13.e=1] ........................................................................................ 35

CASHIER PROGRAMMING .................................................................................................................. 36

(PGM-211) SECRET CASHIER CODE............................................................................................................. 36

MISCELLANEOUS PROGRAMMING ................................................................................................. 37

(PGM-131) Z1-REPORT SECRET CODE......................................................................................................... 37

(PGM-141) Z2-REPORT SECRET CODE......................................................................................................... 37

(PGM-151) TRAINING SECRET CODE........................................................................................................... 37

(PGM-171) MACHINE NUMBER..................................................................................................................... 37

(PGM-179) SLIP PRINTER ID # FOR TP-620 .................................................................................................. 37

(PGM-325) + / - AMOUNT ................................................................................................................................ 37

(PGM-172) TERMINAL ADDRESS.................................................................................................................. 38

(PGM-315) PRESET TENDER AMOUNT ........................................................................................................ 38

(PGM-121) ARRANGEMENT KEY SEQUENCE ............................................................................................ 39

(PGM-189) CHEQUE PRINTING FORMAT .................................................................................................... 40

TIME & DATE PROGRAMMING ......................................................................................................... 43

(PGM-1) DATE................................................................................................................................................... 43

(PGM-2) TIME ................................................................................................................................................... 43

SYSTEM PROGRAMMING .................................................................................................................... 44

(PGM-100) SYSTEM FUNCTION..................................................................................................................... 44

PROGRAMMING REFERENCE............................................................................................................ 70

IV. REPORTS..................................................................................................................................... 74

REPORT SEQUENCE .............................................................................................................................. 74

IRC REPORT SEQUENCE...................................................................................................................... 76

PROGRAM DUMP CONTENTS............................................................................................................. 77

V. SERVICE PROGRAMMING ...................................................................................................... 80

INITIAL RESET........................................................................................................................................ 80

TEST PROGRAMS ................................................................................................................................... 81

RAM TEST .......................................................................................................................................................... 81

ROM TEST .......................................................................................................................................................... 81

PLU DATA ERASE............................................................................................................................................. 81

HARDWARE TEST ............................................................................................................................................ 81

TEST PRINT........................................................................................................................................................ 82

AUTO PRESET.......................................................................................................................................... 83

IRC PROGRAM DATA TRANSFER...................................................................................................... 85

VI. WARNING MESSAGES............................................................................................................. 86

CONTENTS OF INTERFACES & PERIPHERALS MANUAL

(This manual is independent from the programming manual.)

I. INTERFACE INFORMATION

II. IRC SYSTEM

III. PERIPHERALS

1. TP-420/422/522/722 (Kitchen Printer, connected to ch-A)

2. TP-620 (Slip Printer, connected to ch-A)

3. SCANNER

IV. PC COMMUNICATION

1. BATCH COMMUNICATION

2. PROGRAM LOADER (PLM 2000)

V. ECR TO ECR RAM DATA TRANSFER

VI. JOURNAL DATA TRANSFER

VII. CABLE CONNECTION

1. CHANNEL A --- IRC LINE

2. CHANNEL B

1) ECR --- PC

2) ECR --- AUTO ANSWER MODEM (to AUTO DIAL MODEM --- PC)

3) ECR --- HANDY SCANNER

4) ECR --- FLAT BED SCANNER

5) ECR --- ECR FOR RAM DATA TRANSFER

6) ECR --- PERIPHERAL FOR JOURNAL DATA TRANSFER

BEFORE INSTALLATION

1. Power Supply

Use specified power supply. Do not connect with other machines which may cause electricity line noise.

2. Battery Charge

A battery is installed in ECR in order to maintain registration and programming contents for about 3 months. If it has been discharged during transportation, the battery should be recharged before use. (Just plug in ECR and leave it for one day.) Then, perform Auto Preset sequence. Refer to the section V, "Service Programming"

( page 83 ).

3. Place of Installation

ECR should not be installed in extremely hot or cold environments, places exposed to direct sunlight for extended period of time, or places where ECR may come into direct contact with excessive dust or liquid.

4. Installation of IRC Line

All terminals should be connected to AC power supplies placed on the same ground level. If some of the terminals are connected to other AC line, electric potential difference on the ground line will damage the interface boards and cause a communication error.

Termination resistors should be attached as described in the Interfaces & Peripherals manual so that the communication error may be solved. The shielded cable must be used for IRC line.

Do not connect/disconnect the cable while ECR's power is "ON".

1

INTRODUCTION

This ECR is entry machine for general retail/hospitality market, featuring every basic necessary function, even with the potentiality of Inter Register Communication, worthy of the word "High Cost Performance", and so on as follows:

Major Features

Standard (max.) 4480 PLUs

98 group-As, 25 group-Bs and 10 main group-As

23 cashiers and 15 hard cashier keys

1820 amount tracks

Simple Condiment PLU entry with a main PLU

2 PLU price shift

2 PLU menu shift keys allow use of 3 menus

3 PLU modifier keys

8 stock calculation constants make inventory easy and exact

4 PLU commission rates

Single ticket / combined ticket

Euro 2002 Function

5 Media keys including foreign currency media

4 Arrangement Keys (50 key steps)

Other available keys: tip, recall, adjustment, cooking message, etc.

PC Batch Communication, Programming Module PLM 2000

IRC (Inter Register Communication): total 32 units

- 32 ECRs including master ECR

- 4 kitchen printers TP-420/422/522/722

- 4 slip printers TP-620

- PC communications with Tensai2000

2

SPECIFICATIONS

PRINTER

KEYBOARD

Ink ribbon

Stroke key

Flat key

DISPLAY

Front (1-line)

Rear (1-line)

POWER SUPPLY

POWER CONSUMPTION

TEMPERATURE

DIMENSIONS

DRAWER

WEIGHT

RAM CAPACITY

MEMORY PROTECTION

CHANNEL

STANDARD

INTERFACE

Printer model

Printing speed

Columns/line receipt journal validation

Paper

A

B

RS485

RS232C

Epson M-U420 impact dot matrix without an auto cutter

3.0 lines/sec

24 columns

24 columns

55 columns

Fine quality paper roll

44.5 mm x ø83 mm

Validation paper

135 to 210 mm (width), min. 70 mm (height), 0.07 to 0.14 mm (thickness)

ERC-32 (Epson), purple

64 key positions including 5 optional keys

128 key positions

12 digits numeric

12 digits numeric (standard)

AC 117V / 230V

±

10%, 50/60Hz

400mA (117V) / 200mA (230V)

Operation : 0

°

~ 40

°

C (32

°

~ 104

°

F)

Storage : -10

°

~ 50

°

C (14

°

~ 122

°

F)

405 (W) x 423 (D) x 285 (H) mm including drawer

405 (W) x 423 (D) x 98 (H) + 14 mm for a foot

10C4B / 10C5B (removable/adjustable coin tray)

Approx. 12 Kg

One 4M bit RAM (RAM expansion is not available.)

3 months

Used for

IRC : up to 32 units including an ECR master or PC as IRC master (Tensai2000) via

NA-720

4 kitchen printer -- one of kitchen printer can be used as a slip printer

TP-420 : Epson M267 shuttle impact dot matrix printer without auto cutter

TP-422 : Epson M267 shuttle impact dot matrix printer with auto cutter

TP-522 : high speed impact dot matrix printer with auto cutter

TP-722 : Citizen LT-388 thermal printer with auto cutter

CBM-233/1000 : thermal printer with auto cutter (connected via NA-710/730)

4 slip printers

TP-620 : Epson M290 impact dot matrix printer

Network Adapters

NA-710/730 for 1 or 3 thermal kitchen printer(s)

NA-720 for PC as IRC master or for Modem to PC

One of : - PC batch communication

- ECR to ECR RAM data transfer

- Journal data transfer

- Scanner

CH-B RS232C

9-pin D-sub

CH-A RS485

RJ-45 modular type

3

SYSTEM CONFIGURATION

Maximum 32 units can be connected via IRC line including the master, max. 4 kitchen printers and max. 4 slip printers. However, an ECR can use one slip printer.

PC as IRC master

(Tensai2000)

MODEM MODEM

RS232C

NA-720

(direct connection to PC available)

ECR as master

Standard Interface

Channel A : RS485

Channel B : RS232C

NA-710

RS232C

NA-730

RS232C

Slip printer, max. 4

TP-620

Kitchen printer, max. 4

TP-420/422/522/722

Thermal kitchen printer, max. 1

CBM-233/1000

Thermal kitchen printer, max. 3

CBM-233/1000

PC batch communication

PLM 2000 or

ECR to ECR RAM data transfer or

2nd drawer is not available.

or

Journal data transfer (monitor, printer, etc.) or

Handy or Flat-bed scanner

4

NO RAM CHIP EXPANSION

RAM chip expansion is not available.

Standard one 4M bit RAM chip has been installed on the back side of MPU board.

SET-UP OF PERIPHERALS

Please refer to the separate manual "INTERFACES & PERIPHERALS MANUAL" .

5

Stroke Keyboard

I. STANDARD KEY LAYOUT

CL

7

4

1

0

X/FOR

TIME

(DOUBLE)

CASHIER

ID

8

5

2

00

9

6

3

!

A

B

C

D

E

1

2

H

3

I

4

J

5

(BS)

RPF

F

G

6

7

8

9

10

(SPACE)

JPF

(CAPS)

TTL

VALID.

(SMALL)

RECEIPT

OFF

K P

L

M

N

O

11

12

13

14

15

Q

R

S

T

SP

LOCK

R

X

Z1/P

Z2

16

U

PLU

REPEAT

Z

CR

17

V

PRICE

Ä

ITEM

(-)

W Ö

-

Ø

VOID

P/O

&

*

REFUND

R/A

Σ

Å

18

X

%1

19

MESSAGE

%2

TTL 1

Ü

BUFFER

PRINT 1

#

Æ

TTL 3

(ENTER)

/

20

Y

NO

SALE SBTL

TTL 2

TTL 4

CASH/TTL 5

Control key position range:

There are three standard control keys (MA, Z, X).

MA key

Z key

X key

SP LOCK R X Z1/P Z2

6

Flat Keyboard

1

Q

A

2

S

3

Z

4

5

@

2

1

W

6

E

#

3

$

4

11

R

7

D

12

F

8

X

13

C

9

10 15

16

T

%

5

Æ

6

21

Y

&

7

26

U

17

G

22

H

27

J

18

V

23

B

28

N

14 19

(SPACE)

24

(SPACE)

29

20 25 30

31

32

I

*

8

K

£

9

36

O

37

L

33

M

38

<

Å

34

(DBL)

39

41

Ñ

0

P

42

:

Ø

43

.

>

44

(CL)

49

-

46

Ö

Ä

47

,

48

/

?

Σ

51

Ü

56

52

57

53

(BS)

58

54 59

(ENTER)

35 40 45 50 55 60

RPF

(-)

JPF

% 1

RECEIPT

OFF

BUFFER

PRINT 1

% 2

TTL

VALID.

MISC

VALID.

% 3

ADJUST

1

ADJUST

2

SP

LOCK

R

X

Z1/P

Z2

MENU

SHIFT

1

MENU

SHIFT

2

COOKING

MESSAGE

MESSAGE

1

ARRANGE

1

ARRANGE

2

VOID

PLU

MODIFY

1

PLU

MODIFY

2

PLU

MODIFY

3

PLU

REPEAT

PRICE

PRICE

SHIFT

REFUND

P/O

R/A

61

62

63

64

65

66

67

68

69

70

71

CL X/FOR

TIME

CASHIER

ID

CR

TTL 1

7 8 9

RECALL

72

4 5 6 TRACK

NEW BAL.

73

1 2 3 NO

SALE

74

75

0 00

SBTL

TTL 2

TTL 3

TTL 4

CASH

TTL 5

7

II. PROGRAMMING

KEYBOARD PROGRAMMING

(PGM-101) KEY LAYOUT

If you want to change the keyboard position from standard keyboard layout, use Key Layout

Programming sequence below. Before performing the sequence, confirm that the programmable key table [ C1 ] or [ F1 ] has already been selected by Key Table Selection as follows (refer to "") :

Key Table Selection

1. Disconnect the AC cord and turn the control key to SP position.

2. While pressing the following three keys at the same time, connect the AC cord.

Flat Keyboard

Stroke

Keyboard

3. Select [ C1 ] for stroke keyboard or [ F1 ] for flat keyboard.

Repeat this operation to toggle.

Key Layout Programming

SP 101 X for another

Key function # see table on the next page

• Physical key

CL

Note: For key function #, [

] key and CL key, use the shaded keys in page 10.

8

165

166

167

168

169

170

171

172

173

147

148

149

150

151

152

153

154

138

139

140

141

142

143

144

145

146

155

156

157

158

159

160

161

162

163

164

Key

Function #

0

Contents not used key

1 ~ 127 HARD PLU 1 ~ 127

128 TRACK / NEW BALANCE

129

130

131

TOTAL 1

TOTAL 2

TOTAL 3

132

133

134

135

136

137

TOTAL 4

TOTAL 5 / CASH

MENU SHIFT 1

MENU SHIFT 2

PLU MODIFIER 1

PLU MODIFIER 2

PLU MODIFIER 3

CASHIER ID

CASHIER 1

CASHIER 2

CASHIER 3

CASHIER 4

CASHIER 5

CASHIER 6

CASHIER 7

CASHIER 8

CASHIER 9

CASHIER 10

CASHIER 11

CASHIER 12

CASHIER 13

CASHIER 14

CASHIER 15

%1

%2

%3

AMOUNT (-)

AMOUNT (+)

CORRECTION

VOID

REFUND

R / A (Received on Account)

P / O (Paid Out)

SUBTOTAL

PLU / REPEAT

PRICE

PRICE SHIFT

TAX

TAX SHIFT 1

TAX SHIFT 2

TAX SHIFT 3

TAX SHIFT 4

221

222

223

224

225

226

227

228

229

211

212

213

214

215

216

217

218

219

220

Key

Function #

174

175

176

177

178

179

180

181

182

183

184

185

BUFFER PRINT 1

BUFFER PRINT 2

NET SUBTOTAL

TOTAL VALIDATION

MISC. VALIDATION

PERSON

NO SALE not used

TIP

HALO RELEASE

OFF COMPULSORY

RECALL

186

187

188

189

190

191

192

193

194 not used

ADJUSTMENT 1

ADJUSTMENT 2

ADJUSTMENT 1 & 2

MESSAGE

COOKING MESSAGE

PREVIOUS BALANCE (+)

PREVIOUS BALANCE (-)

RPF (Receipt Paper Feed)

195

196

197

198

199

JPF (Journal Paper Feed)

RECEIPT OFF not used not used not used

200 CLEAR

201 ~ 209 TEN-KEY 1 ~ 9

210 0

00

000 not used not used not used

SLIP RELEASE

Contents

SINGLE TICKET OFF not used not used not used

DECIMAL POINT (

)

X1

X / FOR / TIME

ARRANGEMENT 1

ARRANGEMENT 2

ARRANGEMENT 3

ARRANGEMENT 4

FOREIGN CURRENCY SUBTOTAL

FOOD STAMP SUBTOTAL

9

These numbers on the keys are used to indicate key position numbers whereas the key numbers listed in the previous page indicate key function numbers.

Stroke Keyboard

064 063 062 061 option

055 050 045 040 035 030 025 020 015 010 005

060

(CL)

059

(7)

058

(4)

057

(1)

056

(0)

054

(8)

053

(5)

052

(2)

051

(00)

049

(9)

048

(6)

047

(3)

046

(

)

044 039 034 029 024 019 014 009 004

043 038 033 028 023 018 013 008 003

042 037 032 027 022 017 012 007 002

041 036 031 026 021 016 011 001

Flat Keyboard

068 059 050 041 032 023

067 058 049 040 031 022

066 057 048 039 030 021 014 007

065 056 047 038 029 020 013 006

128 123 118 113 108 103 098 093 088 083 078 073 064 055 046

127 122 117 112 107 102 097 092 087 082 077 072 063 054 045

126 121 116 111 106 101 096 091 086 081 076 071 062 053 044

125 120 115 110 105 100 095 090 085 080 075 070 061 052 043

124 119 114 109 104 099 094 089 084 079 074 069 060 051 042

037

(CL)

036

(7)

035

(4)

034

(1)

033

(0)

028 019 012 005

027

(8)

026

(5)

025

(2)

024

(00)

018

(9)

017

(6)

016

(3)

015

(

)

011 004

010 003

009 002

008 001

KEY LAYOUT PROGRAM DUMP (Flat Keyboard)

X-84

KEY-001-002-003-004-005-

133 132 131 130 129 key position number key function number

10

PLU & GROUP PROGRAMMING

PLU & group programming can be performed by one of the following three different ways;

SIMPLE method --- program number entry not required and programs each PLU/group

INDIVIDUAL method --- program number entry required and programs each PLU/group

SEQUENTIAL method --- programs PLUs/groups by a range entering Start # and End #

The following three programs must be completed to use PLUs.

For PLU descriptor programming, refer to Character programming. (page 28, 29)

1. PLU CODE

2. PLU LINK TO GROUP-A

3. PLU PRICE

Note for PLU code display

Max. 14 digits of PLU code can be entered in the programming sequences, however, only the last 12 digits can be shown on the display. Press CASHIER ID key to check the first 12 digits.

For example, PLU code 12345678901234 is entered in the PLU programming sequence.

12345678901234

CASHIER

ID

DISPLAY

345678901234

345678901234

PL-123456789

11

User Friendly PLU Program

1) User friendly PLU program in "R" position

User friendly PLU program is easier way of program of Not Found PLU. This operation allows you to make a new PLU having the scanned PLU code if [SF-50.b] is set to 1. All other data than you entered (like "link group-A", "HALO", etc.) is copied automatically from master PLU [PF-3.b=1]. Sales data for this PLU will be registered in the newly created PLU sales memory.

When a Not Found PLU is entered the first time, ECR displays "EE-30: PLU not found" with a catch buzzer. If it is required to register and memorize it on ECR, perform the sequence below: enter price *1

(can be skipped)

--- enter PLU *2 ---

EE-30

(PLU not found)

--enter PLU descriptor

(can be skipped by [SF-50.c=1])

--ENTER enter price *3

(can be skipped)

--- enter master PLU or press CL key to cancel

*1 as an overridden price (not memorized). PRICE key is required to be pressed for a PLU code entry

*2 enter the PLU code and press PLU key, or scan the PLU, or press H.PLU key whose PLU code has not been assigned

*3 as a preset price (memorized)

---

Note: When "dE-02: over limitation" is displayed, enter master PLU to register Not Found PLU. However, it will not be created on ECR. Sales data for this PLU will be registered in the master PLU.

2) User friendly PLU program in "SP" position

Addition to PLU programming in a transaction (in R position), it can be programmed easily in SP position using a similar method. skip

(master PLU's descriptor is copied) scanner

SP

PLU code max. 14 digits

PLU

"EE-30"

(PLU not found)

PLU descriptor max. 16 characters

Enter

0 price

PLU price max. 8 digits

The same price is set for the 1st and 2nd prices.

X

Master

PLU *

* [PF-3.b=1] Master PLU's preset data such as link group-A, flag condition, etc. except for link PLU, price and descriptor will be copied to new created PLU. All PLUs can be entered here by scanner,

PLU code or H.PLU key.

12

(PGM-201/4201) PLU CODE

** INDIVIDUAL **

SP 201 X for another scanner or

HARD PLU key

PLU code • max. 14 digits max. 6 digits for link PLU displays remaining digits of PLU code

CASHIER

ID for set

X

CR for cancellation *

CL CL

* PLU having a sales data can not be deleted. Issue PLU Z reports (Z-40~42) in order to clear the sales data.

** SEQUENTIAL** for another

SP 4201 X scanner or

HARD PLU key

Start

PLU code max. 14 digits

• displays remaining digits of PLU code

CASHIER

ID scanner

End

PLU code

CASHIER

ID for set

X

TTL

5

CR for cancellation

Note 1: If a PLU is already existing between [Start PLU code] and [End PLU code], it will cause an error.

Note 2: For cancellation

- PLU having a sales data can not be deleted. Issue PLU Z reports (Z-40~42) in order to clear the sales data.

- When a PLU code which does not exist is entered for [Start PLU code], it will cause an error.

However, for [End PLU code], any code is accepted.

CL

13

(PGM-203/4203) PLU LINK TO GROUP

Link group-A must be programmed to use PLU. If no link group-A is programmed, PLU can not be used. Link group-B can be skipped.

** SIMPLE ** FOR PLU LINK TO GROUP-A

00 for another

SP scanner

PLU code max. 14 digits

PLU for the next displays remaining digits of PLU code

CASHIER

ID no change

Link Group-A # 1 ~ 98

(0 input for no link)

X CL

** INDIVIDUAL ** for another

00 for another

SP 203 X scanner or

HARD PLU key

PLU code max. 14 digits

• for the next no change

CASHIER

ID

Link

Group-A

# 1 ~ 98

X

(0 input for no link)

CASHIER

ID no change

Link

Group-B

# 1 ~ 25

X

(0 input for no link)

CL CL

** SEQUENTIAL ** for another

SP 4203 X a scanner or

HARD PLU key

Start PLU code max. 14 digits

CASHIER

ID scanner or

HARD PLU key

End PLU code max. 14 digits

CASHIER

ID no change no change a

Link Group-A

# 1 ~ 98

(0 input for no link)

X

14

Link Group-B

# 1 ~ 25

(0 input for no link)

X

TTL

5

CL CL

(PGM-305/4305) PLU PRICE

** SIMPLE ** FOR PLU 1ST PRICE

00 for another

Z1/P scanner

PLU code max. 14 digits

PRICE for the next displays remaining digits of PLU code

CASHIER

ID no change

1st price max. 8 digits

X CL

** SIMPLE ** FOR PLU 2ND PRICE for another

00 for the next

CASHIER

ID

Z1/P

PLU code max. 14 digits

PRICE

SHIFT no change

2nd price max. 8 digits

X CL

** INDIVIDUAL ** for another for another

00

Z1/P

305 X scanner or

HARD PLU key

PLU code max. 14 digits

• for the next

CASHIER

ID no change

1st price max.

8 digits

X

CASHIER

ID no change

2nd price max.

8 digits

X CL CL

** SEQUENTIAL ** for another

Z1/P

4305 X scanner or

HARD PLU key

Start PLU code max. 14 digits

CASHIER

ID scanner or

HARD PLU key

End PLU code max. 14 digits

CASHIER

ID no change

1st price max. 8 digits

X no change

2nd price max. 8 digits

X

TTL

5

CL CL

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(PGM-320/4320) PLU HALO (High Amount Lock-Out)

HALO defines the largest PLU price that can be entered manually. For example, when the largest price that can be entered manually is 599, enter 53 (5: value, 3: number of digits).

** INDIVIDUAL ** for another for another

00

Z1/P

320 X scanner or

HARD PLU key

PLU code max. 14 digits

• for the next displays remaining digits of PLU code no change

CASHIER

ID

HALO

00 ~ 98

X CL

(00 or 0 input for manual price entry prohibited)

CL

** SEQUENTIAL **

Z1/P

4320 X for another scanner or

HARD PLU key a

Start PLU code max. 14 digits

CASHIER

ID scanner or

HARD PLU key

End PLU code max. 14 digits

CASHIER

ID no change a

HALO

00 ~ 98

X

TTL

5

CL

(00 or 0 input for manual price entry prohibited)

CL

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(PGM-200/4200) PLU FUNCTION

** SIMPLE **

00 for another

SP scanner

PLU code max. 14 digits

PLU for the next PLU

• for the same PLU

X displays remaining digits of PLU code

CASHIER

ID

CASHIER

ID no change

H.PLU

1 ~ 6

PLU flag data a b c d e f g h

Press one of Hard PLU 1 ~ 6 keys for PF-1~ 6 settings respectively.

** INDIVIDUAL **

00 for another

SP 200 X scanner or

HARD PLU key

PLU code max. 14 digits

X for the next loops from PF-1 to PF-6

CASHIER

ID flag data X

X CL

CL

** SEQUENTIAL ** for another

SP 4200 X scanner or

HARD PLU key

Start PLU code max. 14 digits

CASHIER

ID scanner or

HARD PLU key

End PLU code max. 14 digits

• loops from PF-1 to PF-6

CASHIER

ID flag data X

TTL

5

• for cancellation

(previous data is retrieved)

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CL

PF-1 1/0 bit a PLU not printed b Item validation compulsory

1 printed not compulsory

0 c Sales type 1 ~ 4 [c,d] d [00] sales type 1 [01] sales type 2 [10] sales type 3 [11] sales type 4 e Adjustable 2 item [e,f] = [00] for non-adjustable item f Adjustable 1 item [11] for Adjustable 1 & 2 item g Single item 2 (transaction closed automatically [SF-16.f~h]) h Single item 1 (transaction not closed when it is entered [g,h] = [00] or [11] for non-single item following a non-single item entry [SF-16.f~h])

Bits e,f Adjustment amount does not affect PLU sales memory which is shown on the report.

PF-2 a PLU modifier permitted b Stock rate 1 ~ 7 [b,c,d] prohibited c [001] rate #1 [010] rate #2 [011] rate #3 [100] rate #4 d [101] rate #5 [110] rate #6 [111] rate #7 [000] normal quantity e Taxable 4 item non taxable item f Taxable 3 item non taxable item g Taxable 2 item h Taxable 1 item non taxable item non taxable item

PF-3 a Food stamp item non-food stamp item b This PLU is used as a master PLU for Not Found PLU entry not used c d Quantity for multiplication 9999

Registrations of split pricing, square entry and multiplication with decimal for this PLU are prohibited.

e Cooking message input compulsory f Single ticket PLU g h

Zero unit price permitted

PLU polarity is negative

999.999

not compulsory combined ticket PLU (printed following the last ticket after a transaction is closed) prohibited positive

PF-4

Bit a a Simple Condiment PLU (S.C. PLU) [SF-50.a=1] b Simple Condiment PLU input compulsory for this PLU

[SF-50.a=1], [PF-1.g,h=00/11] for non-single item c normal PLU (main PLU) not compulsory d e f

PLU data transmitted to KP 4

PLU data transmitted to KP 3 g PLU data transmitted to KP 2 h PLU data transmitted to KP 1 not transmitted not transmitted not transmitted not transmitted

Simple condiment PLU is a PLU which should be entered with a main PLU.

- It is printed with condiment mark and printed in red or slim for mono-color kitchen printer.

- It is not voided/refunded at the same time when a main PLU is voided/refunded.

- Simple condiment PLU's ticket setting by [PF-3.f] has to be the same as the main PLU's ticket setting.

Otherwise, the operation will cause an error.

PF-5, 6 NOT USED

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(PGM-5302) PLU NAME & PRICE

Z1/P-5302 accepts PLU code entry, scanner and Hard PLU key while Simple program accepts Hard PLU key only.

*** SIMPLE *** HARD PLU key only (available if [SF-33.a] is selected)

Z1/P

MENU

SHIFT

1st menu

PLU

MODIFY no modifier

HARD

PLU skip

PLU descriptor max. 16 characters not print

00 ENTER displays PLU code to confirm (*)

Cashier

ID a a skip

PLU 1st price max. 8 digits

X displays PLU code to confirm (*)

Cashier

ID skip

PLU 2nd price max. 8 digits

X CL

(*) PLU code display for confirmation by CASHIER ID key

For example, when CASHIER ID key is pressed before 1st price entry for PLU code 1, "PL-1=1P- " will be displayed.

When it is pressed before 2nd price entry, "PL-1=2P- " will be displayed.

If PLU code is more than 11 digits, CASHIER ID key before 1st price entry shows as follows.

For example, PLU code 123456789012:

CASHIER ID

CASHIER ID

CASHIER ID

CASHIER ID

23456789012=

PL-12456789

23456789012=

1P-

You can enter 1st price any time during these displays.

*** INDIVIDUAL ***

Z1/P 5302 X

MENU

SHIFT

PLU

MODIFY b skip not print

PLU entry

PLU descriptor max. 16 characters

00

1st menu no modifier

PLU entry: (PLU code)-[

], scanner or HARD PLU key

ENTER displays PLU code to confirm (*)

Cashier

ID a a skip

PLU 1st price max. 8 digits for the next PLU

X displays PLU code to confirm (*)

Cashier

ID skip

PLU 2nd price max. 8 digits for the next PLU descriptor b

X ENTER CL

P-305 is displayed

CL

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(PGM-204) PLU LINK TO ONE PLU

(PGM-209/4209) PLU LINK TO SUPPLEMENTARY MESSAGE

** INDIVIDUAL ** for another

00 for another for the next displays remaining digits of PLU code no change

SP

PGM-#

204/209

X scanner or

HARD PLU key

PLU code max. 14 digits

CASHIER

ID

# see table below

X CL CL

Contents

PLU link to one PLU

PGM-#

204

PLU link to supplementary message 209

# link PLU code

(6 digits)

1 ~ 50

Remarks

0 input for no link

0 input for no link

** SEQUENTIAL ** FOR PLU LINK TO SUPPLEMENTARY MESSAGE

SP 4209 X for another scanner or

HARD PLU key

Start PLU code max. 14 digits

CASHIER

ID scanner or

HARD PLU key

End PLU code max. 14 digits

CASHIER

ID no change

Supplementary message #1~50

(0 input for no link)

X

TTL

5

CL CL

20

(PGM-223/4223) GROUP-A LINK TO MAIN GROUP-A

** INDIVIDUAL ** for another

00 for another

SP 223 X

Group-A #

1 ~ 98

• for the next no change

Link Main Group-A #

1 ~ 10

(0 input for no link)

X CL CL

** SEQUENTIAL ** for another

SP 4223 X no change

Start

Group-A #

1 ~ 98

End

Group-A #

1 ~ 98

Link Main

Group-A #

1 ~ 10

(0 input for no link)

X

TTL

5

CL CL

(PGM-109) PLU MODIFIER

PLU modifier changes PLU code by modifier value. For example, if PLU code 1001 is required to change to PLU code 30000000001001, then enter the modifier value 314.

for another

00 for another for the next no change

SP 109 X

PLU modifier #

1 ~ 3

PLU modifier value

3 digits

0 0 0

X CL CL number of digit to be modified value

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(PGM-111) MENU LAYOUT

For the 1st menu (original menu), skip MENU SHIFT key depression.

For the 2nd menu, press MENU SHIFT 1 key. 2nd PRICE lamp is lit.

For the 3rd menu, press MENU SHIFT 2 key. STORE lamp is lit.

When menu shift key is pressed in the sequence below, the shifted menu remains until the next shift key is pressed. If the same menu shift key is pressed, the shifted menu returns to the 1st menu.

SP 111 X for another

2nd or 3rd menu

MENU

SHIFT

1st menu scanner

PLU code max. 14 digits

0 input for no assigned PLU

One of Hard

PLU keys

CL

(PGM-4111) MENU LAYOUT COPY PROCEDURE

for another

SP 4111 X

Copied from

Menu #

Copied to

Menu #

TTL

5

CL

After having completed one of the three menu layouts, and when you want to copy one menu to other menu:

1) Enter the number of the completed menu to be copied from: if copying from the 1st menu, enter '0'.

if copying from the 2nd menu, enter '1'.

if copying from the 3rd menu, enter '2'.

2) Enter the menu number to be copied to: if copying to the 1st menu, enter '0'.

if copying to the 2nd menu, enter '1'.

if copying to the 3rd menu, enter '2'.

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(PGM-406) PLU STOCK

(PGM-426) GROUP-A STOCK

The entered stock is added to or subtracted from the current stock.

The entered stock is printed on receipt by [SF-56.a=1].

** SIMPLE ** FOR PLU STOCK for another

00

Z2 scanner or

HARD PLU key

PLU code max. 14 digits

PLU for the next displays remaining digits of PLU code

CASHIER

ID no change

Quantity

0 ~ 79999.999

** INDIVIDUAL ** for another

00 for another

Z2

PGM-#

406/426

X scanner/H.PLU key

(for PLU)

PLU code or

Group-A #

• for the next displays remaining digits of PLU code no change

CASHIER

ID

Quantity

0 ~ 79999.999

Contents

PLU stock

Group-A stock

PGM-#

406

426

#

PLU code (max. 14 digits) group-A # 1 ~ 98

(-)

CR

X

(+)

(-)

CR

X

(+)

CL

CL CL

The following programming should be performed to use stock control;

1) Preset the stock rate by using Stock Rate programming (PGM-367).

2) Assign the stock rate to PLU by PLU Function programming (PGM-200).

3) Select the following by System Function programming;

[SF-51.d = 0] actual quantity added to quantity count

[SF-51.c = 1] group-A quantity, stock & PLU stock calculated by stock rate

[SF-56.a = 1] stock confirming receipt printed

[SF-53.h = 1] warning message #17 displayed when PLU stock is zero or minus

4) Preset the stock unit name and select 'stock unit name printed on PLU report' [SF-6.a].

5) Enter stock by using above sequence.

should be set should be set if desired if desired

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(PGM-5201) COMPLETE PLU PROGRAMMING

The following PLU programmings can be programmed in one sequence;

1. PLU code

2. PLU descriptor

3. PLU function flag

4. Link group-A, group-B

5. PLU link to one PLU

6. Link supplementary message

7. PLU 1st price, 2nd price

8. PLU HALO

9. PLU stock

SP 5201 X for another e scanner or

HARD PLU key

PLU code max. 14 digits

• for the next no change d not print

PLU descriptor max. 16 char.

00 Enter displays remaining digits of PLU code

Cashier

ID a

CL

quit loops from PF-1 to PF-6 no change no change no change a

PLU flag data a b c d e f g h

X

Link Group-A

# 1 ~ 98

X

Link Group-B

# 1 ~ 25

X b b no change

Link PLU code max. 6 digits

X no change

Link supplementary message # 1 ~ 50 no change

X

1st price max. 8 digits

X c c no change

2nd price max. 8 digits

X no change

HALO

00 ~ 98

X no change

(-)

CR

Stock quantity

0 ~ 79999.999

X

(+)

The entered stock is added or subtracted from the current stock.

d/e

See note below.

CL

Note: When the next PLU code is already existing, the sequence automatically goes to (d) for the next PLU descriptor. If you wish to quit from the sequence, press ENTER key and CL key.

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CHARACTER PROGRAMMING

There are two character entry modes: alphabet key mode and code entry mode (default). Either alphabet keys or codes can be used depending on the system function [SF-2.d] (1=alphabet, 0=code).

The code entry mode [SF-2.d=0] is useful for the stroke keyboard to enter the characters which are not shown on the keyboard. Please refer to the Character Code Table on the next page.

The key layouts have been fixed for character programming in the alphabet key mode [SF-2.d=1].

When the code entry mode is used, the positions of shaded keys below are changed if the different keys from the standard key layout have been assigned on the programmable key table ([C1],[F1]). So, the keys on the fixed key table ([C0],[F0]) are recommended to use for the character

programming in the code entry mode. (The contents of the programmable key table is saved.)

Stroke Keyboard

BS SP CAPS SML

Cursor left/right keys are not available for the stroke keyboard.

Used to check the key table [C1] or [C0].

Refer to page 7 .

CL X

DBL

7 8 9

4 5 6

1 2 3

0 00 !

A F K P U Z &

B G L Q V Ä Ø *

C H M R W Ö

Σ

Å

D I N S X Ü # /

E J O T Y Æ ENTER

Flat Keyboard shifts cursor left in code entry mode

RPF JPF shifts cursor right in code entry mode

Used to check the key table [F1] or [F0].

Refer to page 7.

A

@

S

#

D

$

F

%

G

Æ

H

&

J

*

K

£

L

Ñ

1

Q

2

W

3

E

4

R

5

T

6

Y

7

U

8

I

9

O

0 Σ

P

Ö

Ä

Ü

:

Ø ,

Z X C V B N M

<

Å

>

.

?

/

BS

↑ ↓ SP SP →

DBL CL ENT

CL X

7 8 9

4 5 6

1 2 3

0 00

ENT keys used in code entry mode

25

Character Code Table

Upper-Case Characters

Character A B C D E F G H I

Code

Character

Code

J K L M

034 035 036 037 038 039 040 041 042 043 044 045 046

N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

047 048 049 050 051 052 053 054 055 056 057 058 059

Lower-Case Characters

Character a b

Code

Character

Code c d e f g h i j k l m

066 067 068 069 070 071 072 073 074 075 076 077 078 n o p q r s t u v w x y z

079 080 081 082 083 084 085 086 087 088 089 090 091

Numbers

Character

Code

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

017 018 019 020 021 022 023 024 025 026

Symbols

Character

Code

Character

Code

# $ % & ' £ Ñ * Å .

/ Space

004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 013 014 015 016

: Ø <

Σ

> ?

@ Ä Ö Ü Æ

001

Double-width

027 028 029 030 031 032 033 060 061 062 063 096 097

Programmable 94 Characters

Programmable 94 characters have been added in order to correspond to foreign language.

The print font has to be created by yourself by using Font Maker 2.

Refer to the ROM information of NX-5400-01-V1.07 version for the details.

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How to Preset Characters

To clear the previously programmed data, press CL key.

Preset Characters

Example: T e a by alphabet key by code

CL

T

CL stroke keyboard

SML

E

"

A flat keyboard

Enter

053 070 066 Enter

The entered character is displayed as follows: number of character

01 - 053

1st character - code 053 "T" entered character

053 01 - 053

To preset double-width characters, enter the character and then press DBL (Double) key or enter code 96.

SML

E E A by alphabet key CL DBL DBL DBL Enter

" by code CL 053 096 070 096 066 096 Enter

Cancel

To cancel a character entry, press CL key. The previously programmed character remains unchanged. After CL key is pressed, re-enter the character or press Enter key to finish the entry.

Correction

To correct a character immediately after entering it, press BS (Back Space) key or Cursor

Left (left arrow) key which is used only for the alphabet key entry of the flat keyboard and press correct character keys.

27

Simple Programming Sequences

PLU DESCRIPTOR

00 for another

SP scanner

PLU code max. 14 digits

PLU for the next displays remaining digits of PLU code

CASHIER

ID

MESSAGE

PLU descriptor max. 16 characters not print

00 Enter CL

CASHIER NAME for another

00

SP

Cashier #

1 ~ 23

CASHIER

ID for the next

MESSAGE

Cashier name max. 16 characters not print

00 E n ter CL

GROUP-A DESCRIPTOR

00 for another

SP

Group-A #

1 ~ 98

SBTL for the next

MESSAGE

Group-A descriptor max. 10 characters not print

00 Enter CL

SUPLEMENTARY MESSAGE for another

00

SP

Supplementary message #

1 ~ 50

COOKING

MESSAGE for the next

MESSAGE

Supplementary message max. 20 characters not print

00 Enter CL

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Character Programming Sequence

(PGM-212) CASHIER

(PGM-202) PLU

(PGM-102) KEY/SYMBOL

(PGM-242) MAIN GROUP-A

(PGM-222) GROUP-A

(PGM-232) GROUP-B

(PGM-112) STOCK UNIT

(PGM-142) SUPPLEMENTARY MESSAGE

(PGM-122) RECEIPT LOGO

(PGM-152) ECR NAME/KITCHEN PRINTER NAME

(PGM-162) SLIP LOGO

** INDIVIDUAL **

SP

PGM-#

(see table)

X for another for another

00 for the next

X no change

CASHIER

ID displays remaining digits of the next

PLU code not print scanner

(for PLU)

#

(see table)

Characters

(see table)

00 Enter CL CL

Contents

Cashier [SF-11.a]

PLU

Key / Symbol

Main Group-A

Group-A

Group-B

Stock Unit [SF-6.a=1]

Supplementary Message

Receipt Logo [SF-6.e=1]

ECR Name

Kitchen Printer Name

Slip Logo [SF-57.d=1]

PGM- #

212

202

102

242

222

232

112

142

122

152

162

#

1 ~ 23 enter PLU code

See Table in the next page.

1 ~ 10

1 ~ 98

1 ~ 25

1 ~ 7

1 ~ 50

1 ~ 5

1

2 ~ 5

1 ~ 5

# of Characters max. 16 characters

(see note below) max. 10 characters max. 3 characters max. 20 characters max. 24 characters max. 8 characters max. 46 characters

Note: Cashier name with cashier symbol

Two characters of cashier symbol is programmed by using top two of 16 characters of cashier name if [SF-

11.a=1] is selected. Then, cashier name is reduced to 14 characters.

29

27

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

28

29

34

35

36

37

38

30

31

32

33

53

Key/Symbol

#

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

9

10

11

12

13

14

5

6

7

8

3

4

1

2

23

24

25

26

Standard

Auto Preset

CHECK

CUPON

UC

CASH

CASH

% 1

% 2

% 3

DSCNT

PLUS

AJST1

AJST2

P/O

R/A

REFND

VOID

SALES TTL

DRAWER TTL

CHEQUE

T-AMT

NSALE

TRCNT

PERSN

TIP

CID

DUE AMOUNT

SUBTL

Key / Symbol

Total 1

Total 2

Total 3

Total 4

Total 5

%1

%2

%3

Amount (-)

Amount (+)

Adjustment 1

Adjustment 2

P / O (Paid Out)

R / A (Received on Account)

Refund

Void

Media amount in sales

Media amount in drawer

Cheque-cashing charge / Cheque exchange charge

Training count & amount

No sale

Transaction count

Number of people

Tip

CID (Cash In Drawer)

Due amount

Subtotal

CHNGE

TAX TOTAL

TAX 1

TAX 2

TAX 3

TAX 4

TXSL1

TXSL2

TXSL3

TXSL4

MESS1

MESS2

AMONT

TOTAL

ALTTL

CLEAR

CORRECTION

ARNG1

ARNG2

ARNG3

ARNG4

CORRECTED

PS CORECT

QUANTITY

TRAINING

EURO LOCAL

Change

Consolidated tax

Tax 1

Tax 2

Tax 3

Tax 4

Tax sale 1

Tax sale 2

Tax sale 3

Tax sale 4

Message not used

Amount

Total

All total

Clear

Correction

Arrangement 1

Arrangement 2

Arrangement 3

Arrangement 4

Correction

Correction with link PLU

Quantity

Training message

Euro / Local currency message

Remarks key & symbols are displayed and printed on receipt/report unless otherwise described printed on report only printed on report only printed on report only printed on report only printed when a tendered amount is entered printed by SBTL key printed if [SF-56.g=1] printed if [SF-22.g=1] printed if [SF-22.e=1] printed on total validation printed on report only printed on report only printed on cashier report only printed on cashier report only printed on program dump report only printed if [SF-6.d=1]

1st ~ 5th digits : Euro currency symbol

6th ~ 10th digits: Local currency symbol

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65

66

67

68

69

70

71

72

73

74

75

58

59

60

61

62

63

64

54

55

56

57

PB.P

PB.N

N.B

Net-charge

NET SUBTTL

CURENT CHG

Next page

CHEQUE MG1

CHEQUE MG2

CHEQUE MG3

CHEQUE MG4

CIH

FRGN C. ST

F.S. SBTL

F.S. TXSL1

F.S. TXSL2

F.S. TXSL3

F.S. TAX1

F.S. TAX2

F.S. TAX3

COPY

SHORT AMT

Previous balance (+)

Previous balance (-)

New balance

Net (total) charge

Net subtotal

Current (last transaction's) charge

"To be continued" message

Cheque message 1

Cheque message 2

Cheque message 3

Cheque message 4

Cash in hand

Foreign currency subtotal

Food stamp subtotal

Food stamp tax sale 1

Food stamp tax sale 2

Food stamp tax sale 3

Food stamp tax 1

Food stamp tax 2

Food stamp tax 3

2nd receipt message

Short amount message

76 SPFFDM £ Currency symbols for media printed on report only printed on report only printed on report only printed on report only printed if [SF-56.c=1] printed if [SF-47.d=1] printed on slip printer TP-620 printed on cheque (TP-620) printed on cashier report display only display only printed if [SF-3.c=1] printed if [SF-74.b=0]

1st, 2nd digits : for Total 1

3rd, 4th digits : for Total 2

5th, 6th digits : for Total 3

7th, 8th digits : for Total 4

9th, 10th digits : for Total 5

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RATE PROGRAMMING

Programming can be done either by the simple programming method or the individual method.

(PGM-337) PERCENTAGE RATE

If percentage rate shall be negative (used for mark-down), select [SF-43 ~ 45] by System Function programming.

** SIMPLE ** no change

Z1/P

%1~3

KEY

% rate

0 ~ 999.999

X

** INDIVIDUAL **

Z1/P 337 X for another

00 for another for the next no change

% rate #

1 ~ 3

% rate

0 ~ 999.999

X CL CL

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(PGM-347) ADJUSTMENT RATE

(PGM-357) SALES COMMISSION RATE

(PGM-367) STOCK RATE

Z1/P PGM-# X for another

00 for another

Rate # see table below

• for the next no change

Rate

0 ~ 999.999

Contents

Adjustment Rate

Sales Commission Rate

Stock Rate

PGM-#

347

357

367

Rate #

1, 2

1 ~ 4

1 ~ 7

X CL CL

(PGM-377) CHEQUE-CASHING CHARGE RATE

CURRENCY EXCHANGE CHARGE RATE

Z1/P 377 X

Rate

0 ~ 99.999

X

(PGM-107) TAX RATE

for another

00 for another

SP 107 X

Tax #

1 ~ 4

• for the next no change

Rate

0 ~ 99.999

X CL CL

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(PGM-108) TAX EXEMPTION LIMIT FOR % TAX

TAX TABLE FOR ADD-ON TAX SYSTEM

TAX EXEMPTION LIMIT AMOUNT FOR % TAX 1 ~ 4

SP 108 X

Tax #

1 ~ 4

Tax exemption limit amount max. 4 digits

• CL

TAX TABLE

Before programming the tax tables,

1) check the breakpoint (max. 100 breakpoints available).

2) check the difference between each breakpoint (difference must be less than 3 digits).

3) find the irregular and regular parts.

To find the irregular and regular parts in the tax table, check the sequence patterns.

SP 108 X

Tax table #

1 ~ 4

Tax exemption limit amount max. 4 digits

1st tax amount max. 4 digits

• for the next

Breakpoint of irregular part max. 4 digits

• X for the next

Breakpoint of regular part max. 4 digits

Irregular

Part

Regular

Part

Regular

Part

Regular

Part

Tax Exemption

Limit Amount

0.00 ~ 0.10

0.11 ~ 0.21

0.22 ~ 0.38

0.39 ~ 0.56

0.57 ~ 0.73

0.74 ~ 0.91

11

17

18

17

18

0.00

0.01 -- 1st tax amount

0.02

0.03

0.04

0.05

0.92 ~ 1.08

1.09 ~ 1.24

1.25 ~ 1.41

1.42 ~ 1.58

1.59 ~ 1.74

1.75 ~ 1.91

1.92 ~ 2.08

2.09 ~ 2.24

2.25 ~ 2.41

Differences

16

17

17

16

17

17

16

17

0.06

0.07

0.08

0.09

0.10

0.11

0.12

0.13

0.14

Tax Amounts

CL

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(PGM-387) FOREIGN CURRENCY EXCHANGE RATE

for another

00 for another for the next no change

Z1/P 387 X

Media key #

1 ~ 4

Exchange rate

0 ~ 9999.999999

X CL CL

The following programming should be performed when foreign currency is used;

When Euro media [SF-69~72.e~h=0100/0110/0111] is selected, program Euro currency rate by using (PGM-

397) Euro Currency Rate.

1) Select the foreign currency media keys [SF-69~72.e~h] and calculation method [SF-14.a~d]. Then preset the foreign currency exchange rate by using above sequence.

Foreign currency media setting foreign currency is calculated via Euro currency

[SF-69~72.e~h=1001] foreign currency is calculated directly from the local currency [SF-69~72.e~h=1000]

Enter a rate for foreign currency per Euro local currency per foreign currency [SF-14.a~d=0] foreign currency per local currency [SF-14.a~d=1]

2) Assign F.C. SBTL key (key #228) on the keyboard by using (PGM-101) Key Layout programming. Preset the key name for F.C. SBTL key (key/symbol #66) by using (PGM-102) Key/Symbol Name programming.

3) Select the following flags;

[SF-73.e]

[SF-73.h, 74.b]

Calculated amount in local currency printed/not printed when a transaction is closed by

Euro or foreign currency.

Euro & currency symbols printed/not printed before the amount figure.

Also preset the currency symbol per media (key/symbol #76) by using (PGM-102).

[SF-74.c]

[SF-74.e,f]

Foreign currency exchange rate printed/not printed.

Foreign currency exchange amount rounding method.

[SF-69~72.b~d] Media amount rounding method

4) When currency exchange operations are required, select 'cheque-cashing / currency exchange operations permitted' [SF-17.e~h=1] for each media. For the charge rate of currency exchange, program the rate by using (PGM-377) Currency Exchange Charge Rate programming.

(PGM-397) EURO CURRENCY RATE [SF-13.e=1]

Enter the rate for local currency per Euro currency. Refer to the programming reference for programming contents.

Z1/P 397 X

Euro currency rate

0 ~ 9999.999999

X

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CASHIER PROGRAMMING

(PGM-211) SECRET CASHIER CODE

for another

00 for another for the next no change

SP 211 X

Cashier #

1 ~ 23

• Cashier code max. 4 digits

X CL CL

0 input for unused cashier

(entered number not displayed)

Note: When a secret cashier code between 9000 ~ 9999 (inclusive) is assigned, the cashier is not permitted to open the drawer.

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MISCELLANEOUS PROGRAMMING

(PGM-131) Z1-REPORT SECRET CODE

(PGM-141) Z2-REPORT SECRET CODE

(PGM-151) TRAINING SECRET CODE

(PGM-171) MACHINE NUMBER

(PGM-179) SLIP PRINTER ID # FOR TP-620

SP

PGM-# see table below

X

# see table below

X

Contents

Z1-Report Secret Code

Z2-Report Secret Code

Training Secret Code

Machine Number

Slip Printer ID # for TP-620

PGM-#

131

141

151

171

179

# Remarks max. 4 digits entered # not displayed max. 4 digits entered # not displayed max. 4 digits entered # not displayed max. 3 digits See note below.

1 ~ 4 [SF-57.h=1]

Note: If IRC system is used, the last two digits of the machine number must be 31 of '1 ~ 62' and different for each ECR. This is because the last two digits of the machine number is used for ECR ID # of IRC line.

(PGM-325) + / - AMOUNT

Z1/P

325 X can be omitted

(+)

(-)

Amount max. 8 digits

X

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(PGM-172) TERMINAL ADDRESS

In order for an external device (personal computer, etc.) to communicate with ECR by using batch communication protocol, ECR needs an ID code. Use capital alphabet characters for the ID code.

for another

SP 172 X

00 for another

X for the next no change

1 not print

Terminal address max. 9 characters

Terminal Address Format : X X X X X X X X X

00

ID 1 ID 2

(ID 2 can be left as spaces)

Enter CL CL

(PGM-315) PRESET TENDER AMOUNT

** SIMPLE ** no change

Z1/P

TTL 1 ~ 4

KEY

Amount max. 10 digits

X

** INDIVIDUAL ** for another

00 for another

Z1/P 315 X

Media key #

1 ~ 4

• for the next no change

Amount max. 10 digits

X CL CL

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(PGM-121) ARRANGEMENT KEY SEQUENCE

RPF for another

SP 121 X no change for the next key

ARRANGEMENT

1 ~ 4 KEY

Physical key max. 50 keys entered keys are not displayed

JPF

Note 1: The following keys should not be included in key sequences;

ARRANGEMENT, CASHIER ID, JPF, RPF, RECEIPT-OFF, SLIP RELEASE

TOTAL VALIDATION, MISC. VALIDATION

Note 2: If an error occurs during ARRANGEMENT key operation sequence, the remaining operations will be canceled.

Example 1: ARRANGEMENT 1 key is programmed for an automatic discount operation.

Operation Sequence

SUBTOTAL

-%

CASH/TTL 5

Entered Keys

SBTL key

-% key

TTL 5 key

Total

# of Keys

1 key

1 key

1 key

3 keys

Press ARRANGEMENT 1 key after some items are registered. Then automatic discount on the subtotal is performed and the transaction is closed automatically.

Example 2: ARRANGEMENT 2 key is programmed for assorted reports.

Operation Sequence

X-03 Full Transaction

X-05 Hourly

X-10 Cashier

X-42 PLU Stock

Entered Keys

3 X TTL 5

5 X TTL 5

10 X TTL 5

42 X TTL 5

Total

# of Keys

3 keys

3 keys

4 keys

4 keys

14 keys

Press ARRANGEMENT 2 key after the control key is turned to X position. Then four reports above are printed automatically.

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(PGM-189) CHEQUE PRINTING FORMAT

If programmed properly and the transaction is closed by cheque media key [SF-69~72.e~h =

0010/0110], the cheque is printed by TP-620 which supports both slip printing function and cheque

printing function.

The flags below must be programmed;

Flag # Bit 1/0

SF-17 d 1

Contents

Cheque printing is available

SF-57 h 1 With slip printer

One of the following flag features [SF-17.c] must be programmed;

Automatic Cheque Printing [SF-17.c=1] --- recommended

When a cheque is inserted into slip printer TP-620, it is automatically printed by cheque media key. In case the cheque was not inserted into TP-620 and cheque media key was pressed, the cheque printing data will be sent to the printer and warning message #32 will be displayed on

ECR and the display of slip printer will be flashing.

Automatic Cheque Printing only when a cheque is inserted [SF-17.c=0]

When a cheque is inserted into slip printer TP-620, it is automatically printed by cheque media key. In case the cheque was not inserted into TP-620 and cheque media key was pressed, the cheque printing function will be automatically canceled and no warnings will appear.

The print position of each message can be designed by assigning the number of line and column. The number of dot spaces between lines can be programmed. This will not affect the slip printing format.

The following eight items can be printed on a cheque;

Item #

1 ~ 4

5

6

7

8

Contents

Cheque Message 1 ~ 4

Notes programmed by key/symbol names

(PGM-102, #61~64)

Date the format is programmed by [SF-7.e,f]

3-digit ECR machine # and 6-digit consecutive # the format is fixed as: #XXX-XXXX

Total amount in normal-size characters the format is fixed as: *total amount*

Total amount in double-width characters the format is fixed as: *total amount*

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By using the sequence below, the number of dot spaces between lines can be programmed for fine adjustments of the cheque printing format. After a program dump (X-85) is printed, the sample of

ruler print will automatically be printed by TP-620 if the flags described in the previous page [SF-

17.d=1 and SF-57.h=1] were selected.

no change

SP 189 X 9 •

Number of dot spaces

1 ~ 20

X CL

Note: The normal printing format is set at three dot spaces between the lines (6 lines/inch).

CL

RULER PRINT SAMPLE

The maximum number of available lines is determined by the size of a cheque. When slip printer's display is flashing after the ruler sample was printed according to the above sequence, print the remaining lines by pressing PRINT key.

Below are two samples of ruler print in which the dot spaces between the lines were programmed at 3 dots and 6 dots respectively;

3 dots

6 mm

1234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

1

2

3

4

5

46 characters (65 mm)

3 mm 6 dots

1234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

1

2

3

4

5

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The print position of each message can be designed by assigning the number of line and column by using the sequence below. For securing the exact positions, refer to the ruler sample printed by TP-

620 by program dump (X-85). The programmed positions are printed on program dump (X-85).

for another

00 for another for the next no change

SP 189 X

Item number

1 ~ 8

Item #1~4: Cheque message 1 ~ 4

Item #5 : Date

Item #6 : ECR machine # and consecutive #

Item #7 : *total amount* in normal-size characters

Item #8 : *total amount* in double-width characters

4-digit position #

YYXX

X

YY : line number (max. 20 lines)

XX : column number (max. 46 characters)

0 input for no cheque print

CL CL

Note for Item #7 and #8

Because the total amount is limited to maximum 10 digits including a punctuation, the column number

(XX) should be programmed at maximum 10 digits.

PROGRAM SAMPLE

The following eight items are printed on the cheque by using 6-dot spaces between the lines;

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Item #

1

Contents

Cheque Message 1 set by key/symbol #61: 'SAKURA' in doublewidth

Line # Column #

6th line (Y: 06) Col.2 (X: 02)

Cheque Message 2 set by key/symbol #62: 'CORP' in double-width & normal size

6th line (Y: 06) Col.16 (X: 16)

Cheque Message 3 set by key/symbol #63: 'TOKYO' in double-width 6th line (Y: 06) Col.22 (X: 22)

Cheque Message 4 set by key/symbol #64: 'JAPAN' in double-width 6th line (Y: 06) Col.34 (X: 34)

Date 7th line (Y: 07) Col.18 (X: 18)

3-digit ECR machine # and 6-digit consecutive # 7th line (Y: 07) Col.29 (X: 29)

*Total amount* in normal-size characters

*Total amount* in double-width characters

1st line (Y: 01) Col.18 (X: 18)

5th line (Y: 05) Col.6 (X: 06)

CHEQUE PRINT SAMPLE line 1 line 2 line 3 line 4 line 5 line 6 line 7

*123456.78*

#7 col.

6 col.

22 col.

34

*123456.78*

SAKURA CORP TOKYO JAPAN

#1 #2 OCT01/2001 #001A003732

2 16 18 col.

29

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TIME & DATE PROGRAMMING

(PGM-1) DATE

X 1

• for reading

YYYYMMDD always 8 digits

Example: 2001, Oct, 1st is entered as 20011001.

X

(PGM-2) TIME

X 2

Example: for reading

HHMMSS always 6 digits

3:50 PM is entered as 15 50 00.

9:30 AM is entered as 09 30 00.

X

30 SECOND ADJUSTMENT

X TIME

When the display reads 0 ~ 29 seconds, depression of the [

] key sets the seconds back to 0.

When the display reads 30 ~ 59 seconds, depression of the [

] key set the seconds forward to 0.

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SYSTEM PROGRAMMING

(PGM-100) SYSTEM FUNCTION

00 for another for the next no change

SP 100 X SF-#

System function flag data a b c d e f g h

Press '1' or '0' to set at cursor position.

Press '6' for cursor right shift.

Press '4' for cursor left shift.

X

CONTENTS

Adjustment

Cashier

Cheque printing

Communication

Compulsory condition

Display

Drawer

Euro currency

Food stamp

Foreign currency

Inter Register Communication, IRC

Journal

Journal data transfer

Key / Keyboard

Kitchen printer

Logo

%

Media / Total

PLU / Group

(+), (-)

Previous balance (PB) operation

Punctuation

Receipt

Report

Reset function

Rounding

Security

Scanner

Slip printer

Tax

Ticket

Tip

Track system

Others

Validation

PF -- PLU Function

FLAG REFERENCE

SF-33, 41, 42

SF-11

SF-17, 69 ~ 72

SF-62, 66 ~ 68

SF-8, 11, 31, 36 ~ 40, 47, 56, 57

SF-2, 51, 53, 56, 73

SF-9, 36 ~ 40

SF-13, 24, 69 ~74

SF-3, 22, 69 ~ 72

SF-4, 5, 14, 69 ~ 72

SF-29, 62

SF-1, 2, 6, 67

SF-62

SF-1, 2, 11, 26, 32, 33, 51, 52, 53, 56, 60

SF-7, 64, 65

SF-1, 6, 57

SF-19, 27, 29, 32, 43 ~ 45

SF-16, 17, 36 ~ 40, 69 ~ 73

SF-7, 16, 26 ~ 29, 50 ~ 53, 56

SF-29, 34, 46

SF-47, 57

SF-2, 4, 5, 13

SF-1, 2, 7, 10, 22, 26, 27, 51, 56

SF-6, 22, 26 ~ 29, 31

SF-6, 26

SF-18, 19, 69 ~ 72, 74

SF-31 ~ 33

SF-62, 75~78

SF-3, 7, 22, 56 ~ 60

SF-6, 19, 21 ~ 24, 26, 29

SF-1, 2, 6, 26

SF-29

SF-11, 29, 47, 57

SF-56

SF-2, 8, 36 ~ 40

CL

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The flags in the square brackets ([ ]) described in the flag selection box should be set because they have the priority.

PRINT/SYSTEM (1)

SF-1 1/0 bit 1 a b Ticket system c RECEIPT OFF key functions in R position only d 2nd receipt issue permitted [SF-3.d=0] e Receipt logo printed on journal

It is not printed when ECR prints the contents for the journal only such as "initial reset message", "power-on/off times" and "clear operation" [SF-6.f~h=1].

f Automatic cut (factory option) [SF-10.h=1] g Full cut receipt [f=1] h No sale not printed on receipt (printed on journal only)

0

Non ticket system in all positions prohibited not printed

Manual cut

Partial cut receipt [f=1] printed on receipt & journal

SF-2 1/0 bit 1 a Consecutive ticket number printed b With validation sensor (factory option) c Without key catch buzzer d Alphabet entry by key e Warning message #18 is displayed and locked when journal paper near end at the beginning of transaction f Amount printed without zero for local currency (ex: . 7) g Local currency's punctuation position [g,h] h [01] .0 [10] .00 [11] .000 [00] omitted

0 not printed without validation sensor with key catch buzzer by code entry not displayed and not locked with zero (ex: .07)

SF-3 1/0 bit a b

1 c 2nd receipt message (key/symbol #74) printed [SF-1.d=1] d Post receipt and slip including automatic slip prohibited

RECEIPT OFF key is disregarded and a receipt is always printed. This makes unlimited item registrations available.

e Food stamp direct closing permitted [g=1]

You can close the transaction by a FOOD STAMP [69~72.e~h=1010] directly, even if the change which should be tendered by cash (cent) remains.

f Food stamp type is Illinois type [g=1] g Food stamp system [SF-13.e=0, SF-21.f~h=1]

Tax method should be set to the add-on tax method and only tax 1 ~ 3 are available.

Tax 4 can not be used.

h not printed permitted prohibited

0 general type non-food stamp system

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PRINT/SYSTEM (2)

SF-4 1/0 bit 1 a b Amount printed without zero (ex: . 7) for Foreign currency 2 c Foreign currency 2's punctuation position [c,d] d [01] .0 [10] .00 [11] .000 [00] omitted e f Amount printed without zero (ex: . 7) for Foreign currency 1 g Foreign currency 1's punctuation position [g,h] h [01] .0 [10] .00 [11] .000 [00] omitted

0 with zero (ex: .07) with zero (ex: .07)

SF-5 1/0 bit a

1 b Amount printed without zero (ex: . 7) for Foreign currency 4 c Foreign currency 4's punctuation position [c,d] d [01] .0 [10] .00 [11] .000 [00] omitted e f Amount printed without zero (ex: . 7) for Foreign currency 3 g Foreign currency 3's punctuation position [g,h] h [01] .0 [10] .00 [11] .000 [00] omitted

SF-6 1/0 bit 1 a Stock unit name printed on PLU report b c Selective journal contents (tax and total only) d Total quantity of items printed (also see [SF-51.d]) e Logo printed on receipt and ticket f Clear operation printed on journal g Power on / off times printed on journal h Initial reset message printed on journal not printed

0

Normal contents not printed not printed not printed not printed not printed

0 with zero (ex: .07) with zero (ex: .07)

SF-7 1/0 bit a

Bit b b c

1

Consecutive # printed in double-width character on receipt and journal

Consecutive # printed in double-width character on kitchen printer

0 in normal size character in normal size character in normal size character d Total due amount printed in double-width character on receipt, journal & slip e Month name : Numeric f Date order : DD/MM/YYYY g Date printed on receipt, journal and slip h Time printed on receipt and journal

English name

MM/DD/YYYY not printed not printed

Consecutive # is not printed in double width on receipt/journal even if [SF-7.b=1] when "Second printed" ([SF-7.h=1] and [SF-10.f]).

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PRINT/SYSTEM (3)

SF-8 1/0 bit 1 a Time printed on validation (see [SF-10.f] also) b Item validation printed upside-down c Media validation printed upside-down d Total validation printed upside-down e Item validation permitted one time only f Media validation permitted one time only g Total validation permitted one time only h Total validation compulsory

0 not printed normal character normal character normal character unlimited unlimited unlimited not compulsory

SF-9 1/0 bit 1 0 a Only 1st price sales is printed on PLU report when sales at 2nd price is 0 Sales of both 1st and 2nd prices printed b c d e f

Drawer open warning buzzer sounds when the programmed seconds are passed. Timer is programmed from 10 seconds to 38 seconds at 2-second intervals. Optional drawer sensor is required.

[0001] 10 secs. [0010] 12 secs. [0011] 14 secs. [0100] 16 secs. [0101] 18 secs. [0110] 20 secs.

g h

[0111] 22 secs. [1000] 24 secs. [1001] 26 secs. [1010] 28 secs. [1011] 30 secs. [1100] 32 secs.

[1101] 34 secs. [1110] 36 secs. [1111] 38 secs. [0000] warning buzzer does not sound

Bits e~h Drawer open warning buzzer sounds with Warning Message #14 (drawer is open).

SF-10 1/0 bit a b c d e

1 f Second printed [SF-7.h=1 for receipt/journal], [SF-8.a=1 for validation] g h Printer with automatic cutter (factory option)

If it is set on ECR which has the manual cutter specification, Warning Message #01 is displayed.

not printed

0

Without automatic cutter

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CASHIER

SF-11 1/0 bit 1 a 2-digit programmable cashier symbol and 14 characters of cashier name by

SP-212 printed in the last line

0

1-digit fixed cashier symbol and 16 characters of cashier name printed d e b c f g Cashier entry compulsory before each transaction

(when a transaction is closed, the cashier is signed off automatically) h not compulsory

(not signed off)

SF-12 1/0 bit a b c d e f g h

1 0

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MEDIA (1) / EURO (1)

SF-13 1/0 bit 1 a b c d e Euro currency system g h f Euro media amount printed without zero (for example: . 7)

Position of punctuation for Euro media [g,h]:

[01] .0; [10] .00; [11] .000; [00] omitted

SF-14 1/0 bit 1 a Foreign Currency exchange rate of TTL 4

= Foreign Currency / Local Currency [SF-72.e~h=1000] b F.C. exchange rate of TTL 3 = F.C. / L.C. [SF-71.e~h=1000] g h e f c F.C. exchange rate of TTL 2 = F.C. / L.C. [SF-70.e~h=1000] d F.C. exchange rate of TTL 1 = F.C. / L.C. [SF-69.e~h=1000]

1 SF-15 1/0 bit a b c d e f g h

0

= Local Currency / Foreign

Currency

= L.C. / F.C.

= L.C. / F.C.

= L.C. / F.C.

Notes for Euro Currency System

- Euro amount is calculated by "local amount x Euro rate".

- In Euro currency system [SF-13.e=1], the due amounts in Euro and local are always printed.

- In Euro currency system [SF-13.e=1], the subtotal amount is always displayed only.

"Subtotal amount displayed and printed [SF-56.g=1]" setting is disregarded.

- When Euro currency media is selected [SF-69~72.e~h], the position of punctuation depends [SF-13.g,h].

0 normal currency system with zero (for example: .07)

0

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MEDIA (2)

SF-16 1/0 bit 1 a Total 4 change operation permitted [SF-36~39.a] b Total 3 change operation permitted [SF-36~39.a] c Total 2 change operation permitted [SF-36~39.a] prohibited prohibited

0 g h d Total 1 change operation permitted [SF-36~39.a] e f prohibited prohibited

Single-item transaction auto-closing media is set according to the order of [f,g,h] as described below;

[001] total 1; [010] total 2; [011] total 3; [100] total 4; [101] total 5;

[others] single-item prohibited

Do not select the food stamp media which programmed by [SF-69~72.e~h] as the single item closing media.

If it is selected, the single item will be a normal PLU.

SF-17 1/0 bit a b c Automatic cheque printing [d=1] d Cheque printing is available e Total 4 cheque-cashing / currency exchange operations permitted f Total 3 cheque-cashing / currency exchange operations permitted g Total 2 cheque-cashing / currency exchange operations permitted h Total 1 cheque-cashing / currency exchange operations permitted only when a cheque has already been inserted [d=1] not available prohibited prohibited prohibited prohibited

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ROUNDING

SF-18 1/0 bit d e f g h a b c

1 0

Due amount rounding method [e,f,g,h]

[0001] Method 1; [0010] Method 2; [0011] Method 3; [0100] Method 4;

[0101] Method 5; [0110] Method 6; [1000] Method 8; [0111] No rounding

(Method 7 is not supported yet.)

SF-19 1/0 bit a b c Tax amount rounding method [c,d]

1 d [00 or 11] 5/4; [01] rounded up; [10] discarded e % amount rounding method [e,f] f [00 or 11] 5/4; [01] rounded up; [10] discarded g Item amount rounding method [g,h] h [00 or 11] 5/4; [01] rounded up; [10] discarded

0

SF-20 1/0 bit 1 0 a b PLU price rounding method for "1st Euro Conversion" [b,c,d] c d

[001] Method 1; [010] Method 2; [011] Method 3; [100] Method 4;

[101] Method 5; [110] Method 6; [000/111] No rounding (see below) e Euro & currency symbols (key/symbol #76) is printed before the amount figure. (see [SF-73.h] also) F.C. symbol is not printed on report. Euro currency symbol is printed.

Conversion".

Note: This setting is available after "2nd Euro not printed

"EURO, LOCAL" message

(key/symbol #53) is not printed also.

f No rounding for local media amount{ XE "Not Found PLU (NFP) / Stock

Keeping Unit (SKU) entry allowed" } depends on [SF-18.f~h] setting for due amount g Amount track amounts converted to Euro amounts by "1st Euro Conversion"

This selection is used only when the amount track amounts remain over Jan.1st, 2002.

rounding not converted

(should be cleared by Z-62 report [SF-29.a=1] before "1st

Euro Conversion") h

Method 1

0.00 ~ 0.04 = 0.00

0.05 ~ 0.14 = 0.10

Method 7 not supported

Method 2

0.01 ~ 0.02 = 0.00

0.03 ~ 0.07 = 0.05

0.08 ~ 0.09 = 0.10

Method 3 Method 4

0.01 ~ 0.09 = 0.10 0.00 ~ 0.12 = 0.00

0.13 ~ 0.37 = 0.25

0.38 ~ 0.62 = 0.50

0.63 ~ 0.87 = 0.75

0.88 ~ 1.12 = 1.00

Method 8

0.00 ~ 0.04 = 0.00

0.05 ~ 0.09 = 0.05

Method 5

0.01 ~ 0.05 = 0.05

0.06 ~ 0.10 = 0.10

Method 6

0.00 ~ 0.24 = 0.00

0.25 ~ 0.74 = 0.50

0.75 ~ 1.24 = 1.00

Note for Rounding Method 5 : Only when Method 5 has been selected by [SF-18] and the following flags are set to 1 and

1, this will invoke rounding method 5 and not 5/4.

- tax amount rounding

- % amount rounding

- item amount rounding

[SF-19.c,d]

[SF-19.e,f]

[SF-19.g,h]

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TAX

SF-21 1/0 bit 1 a Add-on tax 4 calculated by tax table [e=1] b Add-on tax 3 calculated by tax table [f=1] c Add-on tax 2 calculated by tax table [g=1] d Add-on tax 1 calculated by tax table [h=1] e Tax 4 calculated by add-on tax method f Tax 3 calculated by add-on tax method g Tax 2 calculated by add-on tax method h Tax 1 calculated by add-on tax method

0 straight tax % [e=1] straight tax % [f=1] straight tax % [g=1] straight tax % [h=1] by VAT method by VAT method by VAT method by VAT method

SF-22 1/0 bit a b

1 0 c Taxable subtotal includes VAT amount printed on receipt, journal and slip and reports (X/Z-01 ~ 04) [e,h=11] d Tax symbol / food stamp symbol printed does not include VAT amount f e Taxable subtotal amount printed

Zero (0) tax amount printed not printed not printed not printed when both tax and taxable amounts are zero (printed when taxable amount is not 0) printed separately g Tax amounts added and printed in a single line h VAT data printed on receipt and journal

When BUFFER PRINT 1 key is pressed, VAT data is always printed on a post-receipt/bill.

not printed

Bits e~g When using the VAT system, these functions are operative only if 'VAT data printed' [h=1] is selected.

SF-23 1/0 bit 1 a Manual exemption of add-on tax 4 permitted [SF-21.e=1] b Manual exemption of add-on tax 3 permitted [SF-21.f=1] c Manual exemption of add-on tax 2 permitted [SF-21.g=1] d Manual exemption of add-on tax 1 permitted [SF-21.h=1] e Add-on tax 4 exemption automatically calculated per person f Add-on tax 3 exemption automatically calculated per person g Add-on tax 2 exemption automatically calculated per person h Add-on tax 1 exemption automatically calculated per person prohibited prohibited

0 prohibited prohibited per transaction [SF-21.e=1] per transaction [SF-21.f=1] per transaction [SF-21.g=1] per transaction [SF-21.h=1]

SF-24 1/0 bit 1 a Euro VAT tax and taxable subtotal are printed even if Euro media key [SF-69~72.e~h] is not used [SF-22.h=1, SF-13.e=1] b c d e Tax 4 amount not added to grand total f Tax 3 amount not added to grand total g Tax 2 amount not added to grand total h Tax 1 amount not added to grand total

0 printed when Euro media key is used [SF-22.h=1, SF-13.e=1] added [SF-29.g=1] added [SF-29.g=1] added [SF-29.g=1] added [SF-29.g=1]

SF-25 1/0 bit 1 a Singapore GST system: TAX 4 is treated as Singapore GST

GST (TAX 4) = (SUBTOTAL + TAX 1 + TAX 2 + TAX 3) x GST tax rate

(Only Add-on tax method is employed when Singapore GST is used.) b GST taxable subtotal amount printed [a=1] c d e f g h

0 non-Singapore GST system not printed [SF-22.e=0]

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REPORT (1)

SF-26 1/0 bit 1 a Tax data printed on report b Z counts increased after Z-01/02 report only c Z report of individual PLU and Group permitted d X count not reset after Z-01 report e Consecutive receipt/ticket numbers not reset after Z-01 report f CID memory not reset after Z-01 report g Cashier memory not reset after Z-01/02 report h Z report issued by control key and secret code entry which programmed by

(PGM-131/141) Z1/Z2 report secret code

0 not printed after every Z report prohibited reset reset reset reset by control key only

SF-27 1/0 bit a b

1 c Sales-type 1 ~ 4 PLU amounts added to each cashier sales memory without

VAT amount

0 with VAT amount d Number of registrations (items) and net amount printed on hourly report Number of receipts and gross amount printed e Sales % printed on Group reports not printed not printed f Sales % printed on Group-A/B PLU report g h Sales % calculated by quantity [e/f=1] by amount [e/f=1]

SF-28 1/0 bit 1 a Sales-type 4 PLU amount added to grand total b Sales-type 3 PLU amount added to grand total c Sales-type 2 PLU amount added to grand total d Sales-type 1 PLU amount added to grand total e Sales-type 4 PLU amount added to cashier sales total f Sales-type 3 PLU amount added to cashier sales total g Sales-type 2 PLU amount added to cashier sales total not added not added not added not added not added not added not added h Sales-type 1 PLU amount added to cashier sales total not added

Sales-type can be programmed to each PLU by (PGM-200) PLU function programming.

These amounts appear on the cashier report.

0

C01 CASHIER NAME 01

4 30.80

S1 0 %

16.00

S2 5 %

0.00

S3 10 %

10.00

S4 15 %

0.00

TOTAL

10.00

CM 1.00

CIH 30.80

--------------------

ALTTL

30.80

S1 16.00

S2 0.00

S3 10.00

S4 0.00

ALTTL

10.00

:

Cashier report transaction count, amount sales-type 1 PLU commission rate sales-type 1 PLU amount --- always printed sales-type 2 PLU commission rate, amount --- always printed sales-type 3 PLU commission rate, amount --- always printed sales-type 4 PLU commission rate, amount --- always printed total amount of sales-type 1 ~ 4 PLUs --- depends on [SF-28.e~h]

(e~g=1, h=0 has been set on this sample) commission amount cash in hand all cashier's total transaction amount all cashier's total amount of sales-type 1 PLU all cashier's total amount of sales-type 2 PLU all cashier's total amount of sales-type 3 PLU all cashier's total amount of sales-type 4 PLU all cashier's total amount of sales-type 1 ~ 4 PLUs --- depends on [SF-28.e~h]

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REPORT (2)

SF-29 1/0 bit 1 a Z-62 track report permitted b IRC Z report not printed on slave (see table below) c d e %, (+) and (-) on item amounts do not affect PLU and Group memories f Tip amount added to media memory g Tax amount added to grand total (see [SF-24.e~h] also) h %, (+) and (-) amounts added to grand total

Consolidated

Z-report printed [b=0]

Individual

Z-report not printed [b=1] printed [b=0] not printed [b=1] prohibited printed affect not added not added not added

0

Master prints own report and a consolidated report with

IRC status own confirmation report and a consolidated report with IRC status a designated slave's report with IRC status a designated slave's report with IRC status own report

Slave prints a confirmation report on journal only own report a confirmation report on journal only

SF-30 1/0 bit a b c d g h f e

1 0

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SECURITY

SF-31 1/0 bit 1 a Cash declaration prohibited b Cash declaration compulsory before 1st level reports (except for non-active

PLU report #43) [a=0] f g h c Void permitted regardless the subtotal becomes minus d Cash declaration compulsory before 1st level reports including CID (report numbers : 1, 3, 8) [b=1] e

0 permitted not compulsory [a=0] prohibited before 1st level reports

(same as b=1)

SF-32 1/0 bit 1 a P/O operation requires to turn the control key to Z1/P position b R/A operation requires to turn the control key to Z1/P position

Refund operation requires to turn the control key to Z1/P position d Void operation require to turn the control key to Z1/P position e Discount operation requires to turn the control key to Z1/P position f -% operation requires to turn the control key to Z1/P position g No sale operation requires to turn the control key to X position h Manual price entry requires to turn the control key to X position to R position to R position to R position to R position to R position to R position to R position to R position

0

SF-33 1/0 bit a b c d

1 e Adjustment 2 requires to turn the control key to Z1/P position f Adjustment 1 requires to turn the control key to Z1/P position to R position to R position

0 g Off compulsory requires to turn the control key to Z1/P position h HALO release requires to turn the control key to Z1/P position to R position to R position

Bits e,f If either adjustment 1 or adjustment 2 is permitted in Z1/P position, Adjustment 1 & 2 key will be permitted in Z1/P position.

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AMOUNT (+)/(-) (1)

SF-34 1/0 bit a b c Amount (-) on subtotal prohibited d Amount (-) on item prohibited e f g Amount (+) on subtotal prohibited h Amount (+) on item prohibited

1

SF-35 1/0 bit a b c d e f g h

1

0 permitted permitted permitted permitted

0

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MEDIA (2)

SF-36 1/0 bit 1 a Change amount of over-tendering by Total 1 deducted from media designated by [SF-16.a~d=1] and Total 5

For change amount of over-tendering by Euro media, see [SF-73.g].

b Total 1 opens drawer c Total 1 amount added to CID memory d Total 1 media validation compulsory [e=0] e Total 1 media validation prohibited f Total 1 tendered amount input compulsory [h=0] g Total 1 over-tendered amount input prohibited h Total 1 tendered amount input prohibited

SF-37 1/0 bit 1 a Change amount of over-tendering by Total 2 deducted from media designated by [SF-16.a~d=1] and Total 5

For change amount of over-tendering by Euro media, see [SF-73.g].

b Total 2 opens drawer c Total 2 amount added to CID memory d Total 2 media validation compulsory [e=0] e Total 2 media validation prohibited f Total 2 tendered amount input compulsory [h=0] g Total 2 over-tendered amount input prohibited h Total 2 tendered amount input prohibited

SF-38 1/0 bit 1 a Change amount of over-tendering by Total 3 deducted from media designated by [SF-16.a~d=1] and Total 5

For change amount of over-tendering by Euro media, see [SF-73.g].

b Total 3 opens drawer c Total 3 amount added to CID memory d Total 3 media validation compulsory [e=0] e Total 3 media validation prohibited f Total 3 tendered amount input compulsory [h=0] g Total 3 over-tendered amount input prohibited h Total 3 tendered amount input prohibited

SF-39 1/0 bit 1 a Change amount of over-tendering by Total 4 deducted from media designated by [SF-16.a~d=1] and Total 5

For change amount of over-tendering by Euro media, see [SF-73.g].

b Total 4 opens drawer c Total 4 amount added to CID memory d Total 4 media validation compulsory [e=0] e Total 4 media validation prohibited f Total 4 tendered amount input compulsory [h=0] g Total 4 over-tendered amount input prohibited h Total 4 tendered amount input prohibited

SF-40 1/0 bit 1 a Change amount of over-tendering by Total 5 deducted from media designated by [SF-16.a~d=1] and Total 5

For change amount of over-tendering by Euro media, see [SF-73.g].

b Total 5 opens drawer c Total 5 amount added to CID memory d Total 5 media validation compulsory [e=0] e Total 5 media validation prohibited f Total 5 tendered amount input compulsory [h=0] g Total 5 over-tendered amount input prohibited h Total 5 tendered amount input prohibited

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0

Total 5 automatically does not open not added not compulsory permitted not compulsory permitted [h=0] permitted

0

Total 5 automatically does not open not added not compulsory permitted not compulsory permitted [h=0] permitted

0

Total 5 automatically does not open not added not compulsory permitted not compulsory permitted [h=0] permitted

0

Total 5 automatically does not open not added not compulsory permitted not compulsory permitted [h=0] permitted

0

Total 5 automatically does not open not added not compulsory permitted not compulsory permitted [h=0] permitted

ADJUSTMENT

SF-41 1/0 bit 1 a b c d Adjustment 1 amount affects taxable subtotal 4 e Adjustment 1 amount affects taxable subtotal 3 f Adjustment 1 amount affects taxable subtotal 2 g Adjustment 1 amount affects taxable subtotal 1 h Adjustment 1 polarity is negative

SF-42 1/0 bit a b c

1 d Adjustment 2 amount affects taxable subtotal 4 e Adjustment 2 amount affects taxable subtotal 3 f Adjustment 2 amount affects taxable subtotal 2 g Adjustment 2 amount affects taxable subtotal 1 h Adjustment 2 polarity is negative

0 does not affect does not affect does not affect does not affect positive

0 does not affect does not affect does not affect does not affect positive

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%

SF-43 1/0 bit a %1 on subtotal prohibited b %1 on item prohibited c %1 amount affects taxable subtotal 4

1 d %1 amount affects taxable subtotal 3 e %1 amount affects taxable subtotal 2 f %1 amount affects taxable subtotal 1 g Manual %1 rate entry permitted h %1 polarity is negative

SF-44 1/0 bit a %2 on subtotal prohibited b %2 on item prohibited c %2 amount affects taxable subtotal 4 d %2 amount affects taxable subtotal 3

1 e %2 amount affects taxable subtotal 2 f %2 amount affects taxable subtotal 1 g Manual %2 rate entry permitted h %2 polarity is negative

SF-45 1/0 bit a %3 on subtotal prohibited b %3 on item prohibited c %3 amount affects taxable subtotal 4

1 d %3 amount affects taxable subtotal 3 e %3 amount affects taxable subtotal 2 f %3 amount affects taxable subtotal 1 g Manual %3 rate entry permitted h %3 polarity is negative

AMOUNT (+)/(-) (2)

SF-46 1/0 bit a Amount (-) affects taxable subtotal 4 b Amount (-) affects taxable subtotal 3

1 c Amount (-) affects taxable subtotal 2 d Amount (-) affects taxable subtotal 1 e Amount (+) affects taxable subtotal 4 f Amount (+) affects taxable subtotal 3 g Amount (+) affects taxable subtotal 2 h Amount (+) affects taxable subtotal 1 permitted permitted does not affect

0 does not affect does not affect does not affect prohibited positive permitted permitted does not affect does not affect

0 does not affect does not affect prohibited positive permitted permitted does not affect

0 does not affect does not affect does not affect prohibited positive does not affect does not affect

0 does not affect does not affect does not affect does not affect does not affect does not affect

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TRACK / PREVIOUS BALANCE

SF-47 1/0 bit 1 a b c Multiple track / previous balance operations d Current transaction's charge printed e New Balance closing prohibited if a track is not opened or Previous

Balance key is not used f New Balance closing compulsory if a track is opened or Previous Balance key is used g h Track number input compulsory at the beginning of transaction

0

Single track/P.B. operations not printed permitted not compulsory not compulsory

1 0 SF-48 1/0 bit a b e f c d g h

SF-49 1/0 bit a b c d e f g h

1 0

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PLU

SF-50 1/0 bit 1 a Simple condiment PLU function available [h=1] (see [PF-4.a,b]) b User friendly PLU function (Not Found PLU entry) allowed [PF-3.b=1] {

XE "Not Found PLU (NFP) / Stock Keeping Unit (SKU) entry allowed" } c PLU descriptor entry can be skipped in{ XE "PLU descriptor entry skip" }

New PLU create sequence for Not Found PLU in R position d PLU used as a master PLU for Not Found PLU registered as a normal

PLU{ XE "PLU used for Not Found PLU registered as a normal PLU" }

[b=1] [PF-3.b=1] e f g Split pricing operation prohibited h PLU not consolidated on buffer print not available not allowed

0 prohibited not registered permitted consolidated

SF-51 1/0 bit 1 a Direct multiplication on Hard PLU (number entry and a H.PLU key depression directly execute a multiplication without X key) b Quantity for multiplication 9999 [PF-3.d=1] or 999.999 [PF-3.d=0] c Group-A quantity, stock and PLU stock calculated by stock rate [d=0] d Quantity count on receipt always added as 1 [SF-6.d=1]

0 execute a price override

999.999 only

Quantity by item actual quantity added

[SF-6.d=1] not printed e PLU with group-A descriptor printed f g PLU code displayed h PLU code printed not displayed not printed

SF-52 1/0 bit 1 a b PLU modifier requires to turn the control key to X position c PLU price shift requires to turn the control key to X position to R position to R position

0 d PLU menu shift requires to turn the control key to X position e Price shift remains [e,f] to R position f [00/11] for one registration; [01] for one transaction; [10] until next shift key is pressed g Menu shift remains [g,h] h [00/11] for one registration; [01] for one transaction; [10] until next shift key is pressed

SF-53 1/0 bit a PLU modifier remains [a,b]

1 0 b [00/11] for one registration; [01] for one transaction; [10] until next modifier key is pressed c d e f g h Warning message #17 displayed when PLU stock is zero or minus not displayed

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SF-54 1/0 bit a b c d e f g h

SF-55 1/0 bit a b c d e f g h

1

1

0

0

OTHERS

SF-56 1/0 bit 1 a Entered PLU stock printed when PLU stock programming is performed b c Net subtotal displayed and printed by NET SBTL key depression d Net subtotal automatically printed above the add-on tax amount line at closing on receipt, journal and slip

(When the add-on tax amount is zero, it will not be printed.) e Message input compulsory f Number of persons input compulsory g Subtotal amount displayed and printed by SBTL key depression h SBTL key depression compulsory before tendering amount input not printed

0 displayed only not printed not compulsory not compulsory displayed only not compulsory

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SLIP PRINTER

SF-57 1/0 bit c Time printed on slip

1 a b Slip print started from current position

0 from home position not printed d Slip logo printed e Slip print [e,f]

[10] slip print always compulsory f [01] compulsory when a track is opened or Previous Balance key is used

[00/11] not compulsory not printed g Automatic slip print h With slip printer manual slip print without slip printer

0 SF-58 1/0 bit a b Item lines for TP-620 is 64 lines c Item lines for TP-620 is 32 lines d Item lines for TP-620 is 16 lines e Item lines for TP-620 is 8 lines f Item lines for TP-620 is 4 lines g Item lines for TP-620 is 2 lines

1 h Item lines for TP-620 is 1 line

Minimum item lines is 20 lines and maximum item lines is 127 lines.

SF-59 1/0 bit 1 a Blank lines between logo and item line is 8 lines [SF-57.d=1] b Blank lines between logo and item line is 4 lines [SF-57.d=1] e Blank lines between logo and item line is 2 lines [SF-57.d=1] d Blank lines between logo and item line is 1 line [SF-57.d=1] e Pre-feed lines for TP-620 is 8 lines f Pre-feed lines for TP-620 is 4 lines g Pre-feed lines for TP-620 is 2 lines h Pre-feed lines for TP-620 is 1 line

SF-60 1/0 bit 1 a Slip printer error cancelled by OFF COMPULSORY key b e d e f g h

1 SF-61 1/0 bit a b f e e d g h

0 line

0 line

0 line

0 line

0 line

0 line

0 line

0

0 line

0 line

0 line

0 line

0 line

0 line

0 line

0 line not cancelled

0

0

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COMMUNICATION (1)

Channel A/B

SF-62 1/0 bit 1 a Baud rate: IRC line (ch-A) is 38400 bps b With scanner c Expanded UPC-E code d Source Marking Code :

8, 13-digit PLU codes including check digit are programmed

(ECR treats the last one digit as check digit.)

In-Store Marking Code (for non-embedded code [SF-76,78.e,f=00] ) :

10-digit article code with check digit is programmed as PLU code (also see

[SF-76,78.d]) e Baud rate: ECR to ECR RAM data transfer (ch-B) is 19200 bps f

0

19200 bps without scanner normal UPC-E code does not include check digit

(7, 12-digit PLU code are programmed)

10-digit article code only

(also see [SF-76,78.d])

9600 bps g h Journal data transmitted through channel B not transmitted

Note for PLU code:

8 and 13-digit PLU codes are always regarded as bar code so that the entry of 8/13-digit PLU code which does not include check digit may be prohibited.

When the PLU code entered manually without the check digit will cause a check digit error, because the check digit is not shown on the label. However, you can enter PLU code with the check digit manually if you know the calculation method of the check digit. Scanner entry is permitted of course.

1 0 SF-63 1/0 bit a b c d g h e f

KITCHEN PRINTER

SF-64 1/0 bit a b c d e KP 4 used f KP 3 used g KP 2 used h KP 1 used

1

SF-65 1/0 bit 1 a KP 4 back-up [a,b] b [00] KP 1; [01] KP 2; [10] KP 3; [11] retry to KP 4 c KP 3 back-up [c,d] d [00] KP 1; [01] KP 2; [10] retry to KP 3; [11] KP 4 e KP 2 back-up [e,f] f [00] KP 1; [01] retry to KP 2; [10] KP 3; [11] KP 4 g KP 1 back-up [g,h] h [00] retry to KP 1; [01] KP 2; [10] KP 3; [11] KP 4 not used not used not used not used

0

0

64

COMMUNICATION (2)

Channel B

SF-66 1/0 bit a Character structure: Odd parity b Character structure: 8-bit data c Character structure: Parity permitted

1

Even parity

7-bit data prohibited g h d Character structure: 2 stop bits e Block size is 512 characters f

1 stop bit

256 characters

Baud Rate [f,g,h]

[000] 38400 bps; [001] 19200 bps; [010] 9600 bps; [011] 4800 bps;

[100] 2400 bps; [101] 1200 bps; [110] 600 bps; [111] 300 bps

0

Channel B: PC batch communication

SF-67 1/0 bit a Data transfer with zero suppression

1 b DCD monitored before ECR sends data to channel B device

(DCD always monitored when channel B device sends data to ECR) c With BCC (Block Check Character) d e f Remote job message printed on journal g Record delimiter [g,h] h [00] CR; [01] CR or LF; [10] CR & LF; [11] LF & LF

0 without zero suppression

DCD not monitored without BCC not printed

Channel B

SF-68 1/0 bit 1 a b Tolerance time limit for channel B is 16 sec.

c Tolerance time limit for channel B is 8 sec.

0 sec.

0 sec.

0 d Tolerance time limit for channel B is 4 sec.

e Tolerance time limit for channel B is 2 sec.

f Tolerance time limit for channel B is 1 sec.

g Tolerance time limit for channel B is 0.5 sec.

0 sec.

0 sec.

0 sec.

0 sec.

h Tolerance time limit for channel B is 0.3 sec.

0 sec.

Bits b~h The tolerance time limit is the maximum time allowed from the end of the data transmission from the

ECR to the PC until the first reply data is received. (0.3 ~ 31.8 seconds)

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MEDIA (3)

Total 1

SF-69 1/0 bit 1 0 a b c d e f g

Total 1 amount rounding method [b,c,d]

[001] Method 1; [010] Method 2; [011] Method 3; [100] Method 4;

[101] Method 5; [110] Method 6; [111] No rounding (same methods as [SF-18] are used)

Once local currency media is selected by [e~h] below, the rounding method is dependent on [SF-18.f~h].

Usage of Total 1 key [e,f,g,h]

[0000] local currency; [0010] local cheque; [1010] food stamp;

[0100] Euro currency; [0110] Euro cheque;

[1000] foreign currency (exchanged directly); [1001] foreign currency (exchanged via Euro) h

Bits e~h Once Euro currency is selected, the settings of media amount print/display format and the position of punctuation follow the selections of [SF-13.f~h].

Total 2

SF-70 1/0 bit a b c d g h e f

1 0

Total 2 amount rounding method [b,c,d]

[001] Method 1; [010] Method 2; [011] Method 3; [100] Method 4;

[101] Method 5; [110] Method 6; [111] No rounding (same methods as [SF-18] are used)

Once local currency media is selected by [e~h] below, the rounding method is dependent on [SF-18.f~h].

Usage of Total 2 key [e,f,g,h]

[0000] local currency; [0010] local cheque; [1010] food stamp;

[0100] Euro currency; [0110] Euro cheque;

[1000] foreign currency (exchanged directly); [1001] foreign currency (exchanged via Euro)

Total 3

Bits e~h Once Euro currency is selected, the settings of media amount print/display format and the position of punctuation follow the selections of [SF-13.f~h].

SF-71 1/0 bit a

1 0 b c d e f g

Total 3 amount rounding method [b,c,d]

[001] Method 1; [010] Method 2; [011] Method 3; [100] Method 4;

[101] Method 5; [110] Method 6; [111] No rounding (same methods as [SF-18] are used)

Once local currency media is selected by [e~h] below, the rounding method is dependent on [SF-18.f~h].

Usage of Total 3 key [e,f,g,h]

[0000] local currency; [0010] local cheque; [1010] food stamp;

[0100] Euro currency; [0110] Euro cheque;

[1000] foreign currency (exchanged directly); [1001] foreign currency (exchanged via Euro) h

Bits e~h Once Euro currency is selected, the settings of media amount print/display format and the position of punctuation follow the selections of [SF-13.f~h].

Total 4

SF-72 1/0 bit a

1 0 b c d

Total 4 amount rounding method [b,c,d]

[001] Method 1; [010] Method 2; [011] Method 3; [100] Method 4;

[101] Method 5; [110] Method 6; [111] No rounding (same methods as [SF-18] are used)

Once local currency media is selected by [e~h] below, the rounding method is dependent on [SF-18.f~h].

e f

Usage of Total 4 key [e,f,g,h]

[0000] local currency; [0010] local cheque; [1010] food stamp; g [0100] Euro currency; [0110] Euro cheque;

[1000] foreign currency (exchanged directly); [1001] foreign currency (exchanged via Euro) h

Bits e~h Once Euro currency is selected, the settings of media amount print/display format and the position of punctuation follow the selections of [SF-13.f~h].

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MEDIA (4) / EURO (2)

SF-73 1/0 bit 1 a b Short tendering amount input of TTL 5 prohibited{ XE "Not Found PLU

(NFP) / Stock Keeping Unit (SKU) entry allowed" } c d Euro-local subtotal display is switched by depression of SBTL key

Change amount is always displayed in local currency because SBTL key is not accepted in the sequence of change.

e Calculated amount in local currency not printed when a transaction is closed by Euro or foreign currency f New balance and subtotal amounts printed in local currency only g Change amount of over-tendering by Euro media deducted from that's media automatically [SF-36~39.e=0] h One space between Euro and foreign currency symbols and the amount

[SF-74.b=0] permitted

0 automatically switched for one second printed in local currency and Euro currency [SF-74.a=0]

TTL 5 automatically

[SF-36~39.a=0] no space [SF-74.b=0]

SF-74 1/0 bit 1 a Due amount in Euro currency with Euro exchange rate not printed unless

Euro media key is used

Due amount in Euro currency is always printed for Euro tendering.

b Euro & currency symbols not printed before the amount figure

0 printed

(set [d] for Euro exchange rate) printed (see [SF-73.h] also)

F.C. symbol is not printed on report. Euro currency symbol is printed.

printed c Foreign currency exchange rate not printed

Also available for local currency system.

d Euro exchange rate not printed [a=0] e Foreign currency exchange amount rounding method [e,f] f [00/01] 5/4; [01] rounded up; [10] discarded g Euro exchange amount rounding method [g,h] h [00/01] 5/4; [01] rounded up; [10] discarded printed [a=0]

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IN-STORE MARKING CODE

The bar codes having function codes 02, 20 ~ 29, 37 are used for the in-store marking code. Two

function codes only are available on this machine to be selected from 02, 20 ~ 29, 37 by [SF-75,77].

The in-store marking code can have 10 digits of article code if [SF-76,78.e,f] are set to '00'. The article code can also include a price embedded code if [SF-76,78.e,f] are set.

FF x x x x x x x x x x C

check-digit for entire code article code, price embedded code [SF-76,78] function code [SF-75,77] digits of price field [e,f]

Contents of Bar code

(selected by [SF-76,78]) check digit of price field [b] article code will be

4 digits

(PPPP)

5 digits

(PPPPP) with (c) without with (c) without

5 digits (xxxxx)

6 digits (xxxxxx)

4 digits (xxxx)

5 digits (xxxxx)

Bar code Format

FFxxxxxcPPPPC

FFxxxxxxPPPPC

FFxxxxcPPPPPC

FFxxxxxPPPPPC

6 digits

(PPPPPP) article code only with (c) without not used not available

4 digits (xxxx)

10 digits

(xxxxxxxxxx) not available

FFxxxxPPPPPPC

FFxxxxxxxxxxC

Maximum Price will be

(selected by [SF-76,78], max. 8 digits) x 1

[g,h=00] x 10

[g,h=01] x 100

[g,h=10] x 1000

[g,h=11]

9999 99990 999900 9999000

99999

999999

999990

9999990

9999900

99999900

99999000 not available no price

Position of punctuation is set by [SF-2.g,h].

When a price embedded in-store marking code is programmed by PGM-201 by using a scanner, the article code

(underlined code in the bar code format above) only is programmed as PLU code. If "function code included in

PLU code" [SF-76,78.d=1] is selected, the article code (xx....xx) with 2 digits function code (FF) is programmed as PLU code. See the next page how a non-embedded code is programmed as PLU code.

IN-STORE MARKING CODE 1

SF-75 1/0 bit a

1 b c Function code of In-Store Marking code [c,d] d [00] 02; [01] one of 20 ~ 29 (set [e~h] also) ; [10/11] 37 e Function code [e,f,g,h] --- [c,d=01] f [0000] 20; [0001] 21; [0010] 22; [0011] 23; [0100] 24; g [0101] 25; [0110] 26; [0111] 27; [1000] 28; [1001] 29 h

0

SF-76 1/0 bit a

1 b Price field without check-digit (always without check-digit for 6-digit price) c d Function code included in PLU code e Number of digits of Price field [e,f] not included

0 with check-digit f [01] 4-digit; [10] 5-digit; [11] 6-digit; [00] non-embedded code (article code only) g 10th exponent of Price field [g,h] h [00] x 1; [01] x 10; [10] x 100; [11] x 1000

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IN-STORE MARKING CODE 2

SF-77 1/0 bit a b

1 c Function code of In-Store Marking code [c,d] d [00] 02; [01] one of 20 ~ 29 (set [e~h] also) ; [10/11] 37 e Function code [e,f,g,h] --- [c,d=01] f [0000] 20; [0001] 21; [0010] 22; [0011] 23; [0100] 24; g [0101] 25; [0110] 26; [0111] 27; [1000] 28; [1001] 29 h

0

SF-78 1/0 bit a

1 b Price field without check-digit (always without check-digit for 6-digit price) c d Function code included in PLU code e Number of digits of Price field [e,f] not included

0 with check-digit f [01] 4-digit; [10] 5-digit; [11] 6-digit; [00] non-embedded code (article code only) g 10th exponent of Price field [g,h] h [00] x 1; [01] x 10; [10] x 100; [11] x 1000

PLU code programmed for non-embedded code

(article code only) [SF-76,78.e,f=00]

When a non-embedded code of in-store marking code is programmed by PLU code programming (PGM-201) by using a scanner, the underlined code in the box below is programmed as PLU code according to flag selections;

- Function code included in PLU code or not [SF-76,78.d]

- 10-digit article code with or without the check digit is programmed as PLU code [SF-62.d]

FFxxxxxxxxxxC --- [SF-76,78.d=0, SF-62.d=0]

FFxxxxxxxxxxC --- [SF-76,78.d=0, SF-62.d=1]

FFxxxxxxxxxxC --- [SF-76,78.d=1, SF-62.d=0]

FFxxxxxxxxxxC --- [SF-76,78.d=1, SF-62.d=1]

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PROGRAMMING REFERENCE

ADJUSTMENT

Makes mark-up/down calculations on specified items only at a preset rate just before a transaction is finalized.

1. Assign the adjustment keys. (PGM-101, key #187, 188, 189) --- Page 8

Preset the adjustment key names. (PGM-102, #11, 12) -- Page 29

2. Preset the adjustment polarity 'mark-up/-down' [SF-41,42.h].

3. Preset the adjustment rates. (PGM-347) --- Page 33

4. Preset each PLU as adjustable 1, 2, 1 & 2 or non-adjustable by [PF-1.e,f]. --- Page 16

< OPTIONS >

- adjustment requires to turn the control key to Z1/P or R position [SF-33.e,f]

- adjustment affects or does not taxable subtotal [SF-41,42.d~g]

CASHIER

1. Perform 'secret cashier code' programming. (PGM-211) --- Page 36

2. Preset cashier names. (PGM-212) --- Page 29

3. Assign Hard Cashier keys on the keyboard if required (PGM-101, key #140 ~ 154) --- Page 8

< OPTIONS >

- cashier entry compulsory before each transaction [SF-11.g]

- sales type 1 ~ 4 PLU amounts added to each cashier sales memory with/without VAT amount [SF-27.c]

- sales type 1 ~ 4 PLU amounts added to grand total / cashier sales total [SF-28]

CHEQUE-CASHING / CURRENCY EXCHANGE

When a cheque is cashed or a foreign currency is exchanged, ECR automatically subtracts a service charge amount, calculated according to a programmed rate.

1. Preset the charge rate. (PGM-377) -- Page 33

2. Select the media key used for cheque-cashing / currency exchange by [SF-17.e~h].

COMMISSION RATE AND SALES TYPE

PLUs can be classified into maximum four sales types, which can have different commission rates preset.

The cashier sales memory records sales data by sales type classification.

USES: - Different commission rates for items of different profitability.

- A separate sales type for separate sales control of specific items, e.g. cigarettes sold at a restaurant.

1. Designate a sales type to each PLU by [PF-1.c,d]. --- Page 16

2. Preset commission rates 1 ~ 4, which corresponds to sales types 1 ~ 4 respectively. (PGM-357) -- Page 33

< OPTIONS >

- sales type 1 ~ 4 PLU amounts added to each cashier sales memory with/without VAT amount [SF-27.c]

- sales type 1 ~ 4 PLU amounts added to grand total / cashier sales total [SF-28]

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EURO CURRENCY

1. Select 'Euro currency system' [SF-13.e].

2. Select Euro media key by [SF-69~72.e~h].

3. Select position of punctuation for Euro media by [SF-13.g,h].

4. Preset the local/Euro currency exchange rate. (PGM-397) --- Page 35

5. Preset the local/Euro currency message. (PGM-102, #53) -- Page 29

< OPTIONS >

- Print/display format of Euro currency amount [SF-13.f].

- Euro VAT tax and taxable subtotal amounts in Euro currency always printed [SF-24.a]

- Euro/local subtotal display is switched by pressing SBTL key [SF-73.d]

- calculated amount in local currency not printed when a transaction is closed by Euro or foreign currency [SF-73.e]

- change amount of over-tendering by Euro media deducted from that media automatically/Total 5 [SF-73.g]

- one space between Euro and foreign currency symbols and the amount [SF-73.h]

- due amount in Euro currency with Euro exchange rate not printed unless the Euro media key is used [SF-74.a]

- Euro & currency symbols not printed before the amount figure [SF-74.b]

- Euro currency exchange rate printed [SF-74.d]

- Euro exchange amount rounding method [SF-74.g,h]

FOOD STAMP

Every PLU can be programmed as a food stamp item or non-food stamp item.

When the food stamp system is selected, the tax method should be set to the add-on tax method. Then only tax 1 ~

3 are available.

1. Select 'food stamp system' by [SF-3.g].

2. Select 'add-on tax method' by [SF-21.f~h].

3. Select 'food stamp item' for each food stampable PLU by [PF-3.a]. --- Page 16

4. Select 'food stamp media' by [SF-69~72.e~h].

5. Assign FOOD STAMP SBTL key (key #229) on the keyboard. (PGM-101) -- Page 7 .

< OPTIONS >

- food stamp type is Illinois type or general type [SF-3.f]

- food stamp symbol is printed [SF-22.d]

FOREIGN CURRENCY

Refer to the rate programming section (PGM-387) Foreign Currency Exchange Rate. --- Page 35

GROUPING

Three group categories are available, enabling detailed sales analysis.

Monitoring of: - Wholesalers

- Lunch and dinner PLUs

- Sales by time shift

- Different promotions and display

- Item with long and short lead time

- Customer counter

Group-A & Group-B :

Each PLU has to be linked to one of 98 groups in Group-A.

PLUs not linked to a Group-A can not be registered.

Each PLU may also have another type of link group, Group-B. Up to 25 Group-Bs are available.

1. Link PLUs to Group-As or Bs. (PGM-203) --- Page 14

2. Preset Group-A or B descriptors. (PGM-222, 232) -- Page 29

Main Group-A:

Every Group-A can be linked to one of 10 general categories in main Group-A.

Sales data for Group-As can be consolidated under their link main Group-As.

1. Link Group-As to main Group-As. (PGM-223) --- Page 21

2. Preset main Group-A descriptors. (PGM-242) --- Page 29

LINK PLU

Every PLU can have a single link PLU. When a PLU with a link PLU is registered, the link PLU is also registered automatically, and the total amount of PLU and link PLU will be displayed. Each PLU can have a total of up to 9

PLUs linked each other.

Program PLU links. (PGM-204) -- Page 20

<OPTIONS>

- to print or not to print PLU on the receipt [PF-1.a] --- Page 16

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MENU SHIFT

Three different PLUs can be allocated to each Hard PLU key on three different levels. The set of PLUs allocated on each level is called a menu.

1. Determine the conditions of the PLUs used on each menu.

2. Select menu levels and assign PLU codes on the keyboard. (PGM-111) --- Page 22

3. Allocate menu shift keys on the keyboard. (PGM-101, key #134, 135) --- Page 8

< OPTIONS >

- duration of menu shift [SF-52.g,h]

Until the next menu shift key is pressed; for one transaction; for one item registration

- the menu shift keys are allowed in X or R position [SF-52.d]

PLU

Refer to the PLU and Group programming section. --- Page 11

PLU MODIFIER

By using one of the three modifier keys, one Hard PLU can be changed to three different PLUs. Each modifier key is given a two-digit modifier value (the left digit shows value and the right digit shows number of digits).

1. Assign PLU modifier keys. (PGM-101, key #136, 137, 138) -- Page 8

2. Set modifier values. (PGM-109) --- Page 21

3. Set [PF-2.a] to allow PLU modifier. --- Page 16

4. Set suitable PLU codes to modify as well as descriptors, prices, link groups.

< OPTIONS >

- duration of PLU modifier [SF-53.a,b]

Until the next modifier key is pressed; for one transaction; for one item registration

- the PLU modifier keys are allowed in X or R position [SF-52.b]

PRICE SHIFT

1. Preset two prices to PLUs. (PGM-305) --- Page 14

2. Allocate the price shift key on the keyboard. (PGM-101, key #168) --- Page 8

< OPTIONS >

- duration of price shift [SF-52.e,f]

Until the next price shift key is pressed: happy hour; for one transaction : discount for special customer; for one item registration : item discount, special price

- the price shift key is allowed in X or R position [SF-52.c]

SINGLE ITEM

1. Preset each PLU as single item 1, 2 or non-single item by [PF-1.g,h] --- Page 16

2. Select the media by which transaction will be automatically closed by [SF-16.f~h].

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STOCK CONTROL

Refer to PLU/Group stock programming (PGM-406/426) for the procedure. --- Page 23

There are 7 stock rates for inventory control and it reduces the stock by any eight digit amount for each item sold.

Group-A Stock Control

This can be used for items to which different PLU is reflected in the same stock, i.e., gallons of vanilla ice cream can be tracked in Group-A with the cumulative total of single, double and triple sales.

For example, half pint (0.28 liter) Lager Beer PLU can be programmed with a half pint stock rate that can also be used for half pint Draft Beer.

The same rates are used for inventory analysis with group-A: Group-A Lager Beer sales and stock can be adjusted by 0.28 liters for one PLU and by 0.57 liters for another.

PLU Stock Control

This is most useful for piecemeal selling items, such as canned goods and bottled goods for which each

PLU is a separate item (e.g. "bottle" and "can" PLUs in group-A "Orange Juice").

STOCK RATE

#

STOCK RATE

(PGM-367)

UNIT NAME

(PGM-112)

1

0.28

Lit

2

0.57

Lit

3

100 g

4

200 g

5

300 g

6

---

---

7

---

---

GROUP-A

Lager Beer

Draft Beer

Vanilla Ice

Cream

Orange Juice

PLU

PINT

HALF PINT

PINT

HALF PINT

SINGLE

DOUBLE

TRIPLE

BOTTLE

CAN

STOCK

RATE #

2

1

3

4

5

2

1 not used not used

STOCK

CONTROL by Group-A by Group-A by Group-A by PLU

INITIAL

STOCK

10 liters

10 liters

10,000 g

(= 10 kg)

30

70

SALES

QUANTITY

1 (0.57 Lit)

3 (0.84 Lit)

0

1 (0.28 Lit)

1 (100 g)

1 (200g)

0

0

1

CURRENT

STOCK

8.59 liters

9.72 liters

9,700 g

30

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TICKET

1. Select 'ticket system' [SF-1.b].

2. Select 'single ticket PLU or combined ticket PLU' for each PLU [PF-3.f]. --- Page 16

< OPTIONS >

- consecutive ticket number printed [SF-2.a]

- consecutive ticket number not reset after Z-01 report [SF-26.e]

- logo printed on ticket [SF-6.e]

- allocate SINGLE TICKET OFF key on the keyboard (PGM-101, key #217) --- Page 8

TIP OPERATION

1. Allocate TIP key on the keyboard. (PGM-101, key #182) --- Page 8

2. When change is kept as tip, to permit change calculation by TTL 1 ~ 4;

- Set 'change operation permitted' [SF-16.a~d=1].

- Set 'change amount of over-tendering by this media deducted from media designated by Total 1 ~ 4 [SF-

36~40.a=1].

TRACK SYSTEM

Allocate TRACK / NEW BALANCE (key #128) on the keyboard (PGM-101). --- Page 7

< OPTIONS >

See the system function flags [SF-47].

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IV. REPORTS

REPORT SEQUENCE

Set the control key to X, Z1 or Z2 position and use the report sequence below;

- 1st level for daily report : X (read only) position or Z1 (reset) position

- 2nd level for periodic report : X (read only) position or Z2 (reset) position

For Z report issue and report format, there are some programming restrictions. Refer to system function flags [SF-26~29].

FULL REPORT X/Z Report # X

TTL

5

INDIVIDUAL REPORT

X/Z for another

Report # X Required # •

TTL

5

Cashier report: Enter the sequential cashier number (not secret cashier code).

SEQUENTIAL REPORT

X/Z Report # X Start # X End #

PLU report: Enter PLU codes for the start and end numbers.

TTL

5

HOW TO ENTER Z1/Z2 REPORT SECRET CODE

When 'Z report issued by control key and secret code' [SF-26.h] is programmed, before a report sequence is done, do the following operation;

Set control key to the Z1 or Z2 position.

Z

CASHIER

ID

Z1 or Z2 report secret code

Enter the codes programmed by PGM-131, 141.

CASHIER

ID

Issue the report using the sequence above.

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TRANSACTION REPORT

Auto Full Transaction

Full Transaction (X position only)

Hourly

Grand Total 1

Cash In Drawer

Cashier

Main Group-A

Group-A per Main Group-A

Group-A

Group-A Stock

Group-B

PLU

PLU Stock

Non-Active PLU (X position only)

Menu 1 PLU (X position only)

Menu 2 PLU (X position only)

Menu 3 PLU (X position only)

Group-A PLU

Group-B PLU

Track Total (X position only)

Track (set [SF-29.a] for Z report)

8

10

20

22

25

---

30

40

REPORT #

1st level 2nd level

(X / Z1)

1

(X / Z2)

2

3

5

---

4

6

7

---

11

21

23

26

27

31

41

---

43

50

52

54

56

58

60

---

42

44

51

53

55

57

59

---

62

Full

REPORT SEQUENCE

Individual Sequential o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o* o* o* o* o* o o o o o o o o* o* o o o o

* Individual Z report is permitted by [SF-26.c=1].

Set the control key to X position for all program dumps except for cashier dump.

PROGRAM DUMP

Full Program

Main Group-A

Group-A

Group-B

Key Layout

Function

Ruler for cheque printed on slip if [SF-57.d=1]

Key & Symbol Name

Tax

PLU

Cashier (Z2 position)

Menu Layout

REPORT #

80

81

82

83

84

85

86

87

88

89

90

Full o o o o o o o o o o o

REPORT SEQUENCE

Individual Sequential o

See table below.

o

Required # for Individual Function Program Dump (X-85)

10

20

21

3

4

5

#

1

2

Report Contents system function flag media amount, foreign currency exchange rate,

Euro currency exchange rate number of programmed PLUs, PLU modifier value terminal address slip printer ID number cashier name

% rate discount amount

#

22

23

24

25

26

40

41

Report Contents plus amount adjustment rate cheque-cashing/currency exchange rate

PLU sales commission rate

PLU stock rate, stock unit name arrangement key sequence cheque printing data

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IRC REPORT SEQUENCE

Collecting Transaction Data from Slaves

There are two kinds of IRC reports issued by the master ECR;

One is a consolidated report for all ECR's sales data and the other is an individual report, by designating the slave ECR by using the sequence below;

Set the control key to X, Z1 or Z2 position.

- 1st level for daily report : X (read only) position or Z1 (reset) position

- 2nd level for periodic report : X (read only) position or Z2 (reset) position

CONSOLIDATED (ALL ECRs) REPORT

X/Z

INDIVIDUAL (PER ECR) REPORT

X/Z

Report #

Report #

X

X

TTL

5

Slave ECR machine #

TTL

5

Auto Full Transaction

Hourly

Main Group-A

Group-A Stock

Group-B

PLU

PLU Stock

Track

IRC REPORT

REPORT #

1st level 2nd level

(X / Z1)

8801

(X / Z2)

8802

8805

8820

---

8806

8821

8827

8830

8840

---

8862

8831

8841

8842

---

REPORT SEQUENCE

All ECRs Per ECR consolidated o individual o o o o o o o o

* o o o o o o

Note

Note

* Consolidated report is not available for track report. However, if PC communication module Tensai2000 is used as an

IRC master, you can take individual report from all ECRs at one time. In order to have the consolidated report data, add the individual report data together on PC.

Note: Consolidated Z report: the stock of slave ECRs is added to master ECR's stock memory and cleared to zero.

Individual Z report: the stock of designated slave ECR is not added to master ECR's stock memory but it is cleared.

Both reports do not clear master ECR's stock memory. Issue Z-27/42 reports on the master to clear.

The master ECR can collect the slave ECR's sales data only when the slave ECR is in an idle condition (no other communication, no transaction). When the slave ECR is transmitting sales data to the master, the display shows

" > IRC COMM " and ECR locks until IRC communication stops.

The following IRC reports are printed on the master and slave ECRs respectively.

'IRC Z report printed or not printed' [SF-29.b] can be programmed also.

Consolidated X-report

Individual X-report printed [b=0]

Consolidated

Z-report not printed [b=1]

Individual

Z-report printed [b=0] not printed [b=1]

Master prints a consolidated report a designated slave's report own report and a consolidated report with

IRC status own confirmation report and a consolidated report with IRC status a designated slave's report with IRC status a designated slave's report with IRC status

Slave prints a confirmation report on journal only a confirmation report on journal only own report a confirmation report on journal only own report a confirmation report on journal only

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PROGRAM DUMP CONTENTS

FULL PROGRAM (80)

Consists of following five separate reports 81 ~ 85.

MAIN GROUP-A (81)

X-81

MG 01 MAIN GP-01 main group-A number 1 ~ 10, descriptor

GROUP-A (82)

X-82

GA 01 GROUP-A-01 01

-----------------------group-A number 1 ~ 98, descriptor, link main group-A number

GROUP-B (83)

X-83

GB01 GROUP-B-01 group-B number 1 ~ 25, descriptor

KEY LAYOUT (84)

X-84

KEY-001-002-003-004-005-

133 132 131 130 129

(Refer to Key Layout programming for numbers.) key position number key function number

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FUNCTION (85)

X-85

01A CASHIER NAME 001

:

23Y CASHIER NAME 023

------------------------

% 1 10 %

% 2 5 %

% 3 3 %

------------------------

AJST1 10 %

AJST2 20 %

------------------------

CHEQUE 10 %

------------------------

Q-1 1.0 kg

:

------------------------

S1 CM 0 %

S2 CM 5 %

S3 CM 10 %

S4 CM 15 %

------------------------

DSCNT 20.00

PLUS 10.00

------------------------

CHECK 5.00

FC MEDIA .00

0.1234*

:

CASH 100.00

------------------------

EURO 0.15128

------------------------

ARNG1

128-197-

------------------------

CQ-1 Y:06 X:02

: :

CQ-9 06 dots

------------------------

PLU 4480

MDF1-301 MDF2-302

MDF3-203

------------------------

ID# A

------------------------

S#01 1

------------------------

SF-01 --- 00000100

:

------------------------

5400-01-V1.00

cashier sequential number 1 ~ 23, 1-digit fixed or 2-digit programmable cashier symbol, name cashier symbol [SF-11.a=0] (2-digit cashier symbol is programmed by SP-212.)

1

A

2

B

13 14

N P

3

C

15

Q

4

D

16

R

5

E

17

S

6

F

18

T

7

G

19

U

8

H

20

V

9

J

10

K

21 22

W X

11

L

23

Y

% rate 1 ~ 3

12

M adjustment rate 1, 2 cheque-cashing/currency exchange charge rate stock rate 1 ~ 7 with stock unit name sales commission rate 1 ~ 4 discount amount plus amount media amount 1 ~ 4 foreign currency exchange rated (printed if programmed)

Euro currency rate arrangement key sequence 1 ~ 4 (printed if programmed)

(Refer to Key Layout programming for key function number.) cheque printing data --- CQ-1 ~ 8 shows the item numbers 1 ~ 8

Y: line number, X: column number

the number of dot spaces between the lines number of programmed PLUs

PLU modifier value 1 ~ 3 terminal address for PC communication slip printer ID number system function flag data

ECR model - software type - ROM version

KEY & SYMBOL NAME (86)

X-86

N 01 CHECK key & symbol number, name

(Refer to Key/Symbol programming for number.) :

------------------------

S 01 ECR NAME

S 02 K.NAME01

S 03 K.NAME02

S 04 K.NAME03

S 05 K.NAME04

------------------------

L01 LINK MESSAGE-# 01

:

ECR name kitchen printer names 1 ~ 4 supplementary message number, message

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TAX (87)

X-87

V

TAX 1 10 %

TAX 3 30 %

A

TAX 2

.00 .10

.01 I .21

.02 I .38

.03 I .56

.04 I .73

.05 I .91

.06 I 1.08

.07 I 1.24

.08 I 1.41

.09 R 1.58

.10 R 1.74

.11 R 1.91

TAX 4 5 %

.00 .00

PLU (88)

X-88

P-----------------1#

PLU-NAME 0001

1# -98-

1P 1.00

2P 1.10

F1-00000000 F2-10000001

F3-00000000 F4-00000000

F5-00000000 F6-00000000

LP-------------------10#

PLU-NAME 0010

LM--------------------1#

GA GROUP-A-01

GB GROUP-B-01

VAT system symbol

VAT tax rate add-on tax system symbol tax table has been programmed tax exemption limit amount tax amount, I/R (I: irregular part / R: regular part), breakpoint straight tax rate

PLU code

PLU descriptor

PLU sequential number, HALO (left digit: value, right digit: # of digits)

1st price

2nd price

PLU function flag data link PLU code (*) link PLU descriptor (*) link supplementary message number (*) link group-A descriptor link group-B descriptor (*) (*) printed if programmed

CASHIER (89)

Z-89

C 01A 1

:

C 23Y **** cashier sequential #01 ~ 23, 1-digit fixed or 2-digit programmable cashier symbol [SF-11.a], secret cashier code

**** indicates unused cashier code

1-digit fixed cashier symbol [SF-11.a=0] (2-digit cashier symbol is programmed by SP-212.)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

A

13

B

14

C

15

D

16

E

17

F

18

G

19

H

20

J

21

K

22

L

23

M

N P Q R S T U V W X Y

MENU LAYOUT (90)

X-90

H001

A P-----------1#

PLU-NAME 0001

B P----------50#

PLU-NAME 0050

C P---------100#

PLU-NAME 0100 hard PLU key number

A: menu 1, assigned PLU code

assigned PLU descriptor

B: menu 2

C: menu 3

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V. SERVICE PROGRAMMING

INITIAL RESET

This operation must be performed after any of the followings;

- machine block

- machine repair

- replacement of other ROM

The initial reset operation does not clear any programming or sales data.

Perform the following operations:

1. Disconnect the AC cord and turn the control key to SP position.

2. While pressing the following three keys at the same time, connect the AC cord.

Flat Keyboard

Stroke

Keyboard

The ---- ir --- message will be displayed.

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TEST PROGRAMS

RAM TEST

This test diagnoses the functioning capability of each RAM.

The testing process automatically erases all RAM contents (all programming and sales data).

SP 9901 X

DISPLAY MESSAGES OF RAM TEST

-----------Displayed during RAM test. RAM test is completed with this message and P sound.

EEEEEEEEEEEE Shows the system error with buzzer sound. Disconnect AC cord. Contact your distributor.

ROM TEST

Model name - type - ROM version, check-sum and on-bit are printed on the receipt and journal. Only the on-bit is displayed. This test does not erase the RAM contents. (It takes about one minute to check.)

SP 9902 X •

PLU DATA ERASE

This operation erases all PLU programming data. Other programs will not be erased.

SP 289 X 1919 X

HARDWARE TEST

This test is required after the machine was repaired, parts replaced or the hardware modified. This test does not erase RAM contents.

sequential test

TEST START

RAMS

DISPLAY

SP

9920

9998

X test #

1~8 individual test

1

OPERATION DISPLAY

SP-9920: see sequence above P-9920

SP-9998: see sequence above P-9998

------------

2

REMARKS includes auto preset does not include auto preset

This test does not erase RAM contents.

"RAM --" is printed if an error occurs.

Check all segments and marks by displaying them. (Finish automatically)

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KEYBOARD 3

OPERATION

Press all keys following the direction as shown below:

Flat Keyboard

Start

DISPLAY

-nn-

(nn shows key code)

REMARKS

Check the key catch buzzer.

"KEY --" is printed if an error occurs.

(Finish automatically)

Stroke

Keyboard

Start

End

CONTROL

KEY

SENSORS

Drawer sensor

(option)

Receipt sensor

(option)

Journal sensor

(standard)

Validation sensor

(factory option)

5

4

Turn the control key from the

SP to Z2 position slowly.

Press 1 key.

Lift the receipt roll.

Lift the journal roll.

Insert validation paper.

SP 5555

OFF ----

R 4444

X 3333

Z1/P 2222

Z2 1111

DRJV

--- nnnn ---

--- 1000 ---

--- 0100 ---

--- 0010 ---

--- 0001 ---

INTERFACE 6 Good

PRINTER

AUTO PRESET

ROM TEST

7

Press RPF key.

Press JPF key

Press 0 for manual-cut printer

(automatic)

8 (automatic)

TEST END n-0 A-1 displays on-bits

Turn the control key to SP position slowly and test finishes automatically.

"CTL --" is printed if an error occurs, then press CL key for the next test.

n = 0 or 1

Check drawer opened. Display is not changed without drawer sensor.

This test is not required if the sensor is not installed.

Factory optional validation sensor required.

Press CL key for the next test.

An exclusive jig is required.

"I/F Error nn" is displayed and "I/F --" is printed if an error occurs, then press CL key for the next test. (Finish automatically)

Check receipt/journal paper feed mechanism.

Check if characters are printed correctly.

SP-9920 only

It takes about one minute.

Test completed with ROM version, on-bits and check-sum printing.

End

TEST PRINT

SP 9909 X re-prints

• test pattern print CL

--- TEST PRINT START --special characters numbers upper case letters lower case letters

94 programmable characters

(Arabic characters are set by Auto Preset.)

--- TEST PRINT END ---

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AUTO PRESET

When the ECR is shipped from the factory, the auto preset has already been done. If the reprogramming of the standard key layout or the auto preset is required, perform the following sequences. Refer to the end of this section for details of the key table selection and key table transfer.

(1) INITIAL RESET

Disconnect AC cord and turn the control key to the SP position.

While pressing these three keys below, connect AC cord.

Flat Keyboard

Stroke

Keyboard

(2) KEY TABLE SELECTION

Disconnect AC cord and turn the control key to the SP position.

While pressing these three keys below, connect AC cord.

Select [ C0 ] or [ F0 ] for the fixed key table. (Repeat this operation to toggle.)

Flat Keyboard

Stroke

Keyboard

(3) AUTO PRESET

SP 9906 X

(4) KEY TABLE TRANSFER

SP 9904 X

#1 ~ 6 •

Enter 1 for standard

2 for Germany

3 for France

4 for Spain

5 for UK

6 for USA

5-line logo

JAN29/2002

* PRESET#-1 *

#001-000000 01:43P

(5) KEY TABLE SELECTION

Do the same operation in (2) above.

Select [ C1 ] or [ F1 ] for the programmable key table.

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Note for Key Table Selection

There are two key tables in the memory:

A fixed key table with the standard key layout (indicated in I. STANDARD KEY LAYOUT) and a

programmable key table.

When the ECR is shipped from the factory, the programmable key table is selected with the standard key layout preprogrammed.

Key layout programming is possible only on the programmable key table [ C1 ] or [ F1].

If desired, a fixed key table can be used although the contents of the programmable key table are saved. Select [ F0 ] or [ C0 ] by the key table selection. After this operation is done, [ F0 ] or [ C0 ] is displayed for one second, depending on which keyboard is used. If this operation is done again, the programmable key table will be chosen, displaying [ F1 ] or [ C1 ].

DISPLAY

[ F0 ]

[ F1 ]

[ C0 ]

[ C1 ]

KEYBOARD SELECTION flat keyboard flat keyboard stroke keyboard stroke keyboard

KEY TABLE SELECTION fixed key table programmable key table fixed key table programmable key table

Note for Standard Key Table Transfer SP-9904

Also, the fixed key table contents, i.e. the standard key layout, can be transferred (copied) to the programmable key table by the SP-9904 operation. This is particularly useful if considerable key reallocations have been made and a return to the original standard key layout is required.

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IRC PROGRAM DATA TRANSFER

Before transferring the program data, check that the IRC status check (SP-8800) on the master has been done. The master ECR will check up to ECR sequential number 62, even when there are fewer than 31 ECRs on the IRC line. After this operation, all ECR's that are connected on the system become operative for IRC communication, and the IRC system configuration table is printed.

SP 8800 X •

Using the sequence below, the master ECR's programming data is transmitted to a designated slave

ECR or to all slave ECRs.

Before doing the all programming data transfer '8999', make sure the keyboard type.

If the keyboard types are different and the program data transfer is required, perform the data transfer and then reprogram the key layout on the slave ECR by performing steps 1 to 5 (except step 3) of the

AUTO PRESET on page 83.

After the program data is transferred, the confirmation report is issued on the master and also on each slave ECR where data transfer was successful. On slave ECR's where transfer was not successful, no report is issued.

PROGRAMMING DATA TRANSFER SEQUENCE

To all slave ECRs

SP or Z1/P

PGM-# X

To a designated slave ECR

SP or Z1/P PGM-# X

TTL

5

Slave ECR machine #

TTL

5

KEY

POSITION

SP

Z1/P

PGM-#

8999

8901

8902

8903

CONTENTS

All programmings except PLU stock, Group stock, ECR name, Machine number, Date,

Time and Terminal address for PC batch communication

% rate, Foreign currency exchange rate and Euro currency rate

All PLU programmings except stock

(should not be done when the slave ECRs have the sales data)

All Group programmings

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VI. WARNING MESSAGES

The messages are displayed showing on abbreviation followed by a warning number.

xx xx xx xx

SYSTEM ERROR

INPUT DATA ERROR

INPUT COMPULSORY

PAPER CONDITION xx xx xx

UNALLOABLE OPERATION

LIMIT ERROR

COMMUICATION ERROR

00

01

02

System error: Perform the initial reset operation.

If it does not work, disconnect AC cord and contact your distributor.

Printer error: Disconnect AC cord and then back on or check the printer.

If "printer with automatic cutter [SF-10.h=1] has been set on ECR which has the manual cutter specification, this message is displayed. Perform the initial reset operation, then set 0 to [SF-10.h].

Input figure over limitation: Press CL key.

(PLU HALO can be omitted temporarily by using HALO RELEASE key)

03 Cashier is not signed on.

04

05

Item or media validation is compulsory: Print item or media validation by MISC. VALID key.

(can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key)

Total validation is compulsory: Print total validation by TTL. VALID key.

(can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key)

06 Validation paper has not been inserted. (factory optional validation sensor is required)

07 Validation paper has not been removed. (factory optional validation sensor is required)

08 Message input is compulsory. (can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key)

10 Number of persons input is compulsory. (can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key)

11

SBTL key depression is compulsory before tendered amount input.

(can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key)

12 Tax table is not preset: Enter a tax amount manually. Preset tax table.

13 Tendered amount input is compulsory. (can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key)

14 Drawer is open. (optional drawer open sensor is required)

15 Cash declaration is compulsory. (can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key)

16 Registration buffer is almost full: Only a few more items can be entered. Prepare to close the transaction.

17

18

19

21

PLU stock is zero or negative: Enter stock by programming. Displays when [SF-53.h=1] is set.

(can be omitted temporarily by using HALO RELEASE key)

Journal paper near end: Replace with new paper roll. Displays when [SF-2.e=1] is set.

(can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key)

Program loader module (PC) communication error / ECR to ECR RAM data transfer error:

Check the cable connection. Refer to the INTERFACES & PERIPHERALS MANUAL for details.

Slip printer is busy: Press CL key and wait for the printer to be available. Press 'PRINT' on the printer to proceed with the slip.

22 Short tendering amount input of TTL 5 prohibited [SF-73.b=1]

28 Simple condiment PLU entry prohibited: Enter Main PLU first.

29 Simple condiment PLU entry compulsory. (can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key)

30 PLU not found: Enter correct PLU code or program the PLU code.

32 Slip paper has not been inserted.

33 Registration buffer is full: Close the transaction by a media key or TRACK/NEW BAL. key.

34 Track memory is full: Close the temporarily closed tracks by a media key.

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35 New balance closing is compulsory. (can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key)

36 New balance closing is prohibited.

37 Track number input is compulsory. (can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key)

39 Cooking message input is compulsory. (can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key)

42 Slip print is compulsory. (can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key)

48 PLU code check digit error: Enter correct PLU code.

49 PLU code price check digit error of in-store marking code: Enter correct PLU code.

51 This PLU is not programmed as a master PLU for Not Found PLU entry

52 Not Found PLU has not been entered

63 Preparations for Euro conversion are not completed. ([SF-13.e=1], PGM-397, PGM-101)

64 Entered numbers for Euro conversion sequence is not correct.

65 Scanner communication error

70 IRC line (RS485) is busy.

71~74

Kitchen printer 1~4 error: Confirm the setting of the printers.

Refer to the INTERFACES & PERIPHERALS MANUAL for details.

75 Slip printer error

99

It indicates that ECR data might be collapsed because of a low battery condition by battery discharge while

ECR is in stock for a long period.

Perform Physical RAM Test and Auto Preset, then leave ECR ON for minimum of 3 hours for battery charge.

---- ir ----

--Pc comm---

Pc com Error

-- Pc- in --

-- Pc-out --

MISCELLANEOUS MESSAGES

Initial reset operation is accepted.

In PC batch communication

PC batch communication error

Transferring ECR RAM data to another ECR or peripheral

Receiving ECR RAM data from another ECR or peripheral

IRC MESSAGES

Following messages are displayed on the master ECR or the slave ECRs in the IRC communication. Even when the ECR is in the OFF position, these messages are displayed.

xxP-8800 xxxP-#### nn xxx X -## nn

-irc comm-nn

--irc BUSY-xxx Z1-## E1 xxx Z1-## E2

Displayed on master ECR when master ECR is performing the IRC status check operation.

(xx: a slave ECR ID number)

Displayed on master ECR when master ECR is downloading a program data.

(xxx: a slave ECR number, ####: program number, nn: block number)

Displayed on master ECR when master ECR is collecting X/Z-report.

(xxx: a slave ECR number, ##: report number, nn: block number)

Displayed when a slave ECR is in IRC communication.

(nn : receiving or transmitting block number)

Displayed on master ECR when a slave ECR is in IRC communication or when the communication line is being used by another ECR for slip printer transmission, etc.

Displayed on master ECR when the slave ECR (xxx) is processing a transaction or when a transaction is closed but some compulsory conditions still remain (e.g. slip print compulsory) while the master is taking IRC Z-report.

Displayed on master ECR when the power is 'off' or the cable being disconnected on the slave

ECR (xxx) while the master is taking IRC Z-report.

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POWER OFF (AC CORD DISCONNECTED) / BUSY / COMMUNICATION ERROR AT SLAVE ECR

For an X-report data, the master ECR prints consolidated X report skipping power off or busy slave ECR. See the IRC status which is printed at the end of the report for non-consolidated slave ECRs.

When collecting a Z-report data and one or more of the slave ECRs are not ready, the master ECR displays the slave ECR status as shown above (IRC busy, E1, E2). Re-attempt to collect the slave's report or skip it.

TTL 5 key for re-attempt

CL key for skip

In order to include an ECR's data on the Z-report, close the transaction in process in that particular slave, or turn its power on and then press TTL 5 key on the master ECR.

If you do not wish an ECR's data on the report, press the CL key and the master will skip that slave

ECR. Master resumes data collection for the next ECR in the system.

POWER OFF (AC CORD DISCONNECTED) AT MASTER ECR

If the power fails when collecting X-report data, the master prints consolidated X report when the power returns.

See the IRC status which is printed at the end of the report for non-consolidated slave ECRs.

If the power fails when collecting Z-report data, the master ECR displays the machine number of the slave ECR when the power returns. Press CL key to skip or press TTL 5 key to re-attempt.

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