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Euro-200TE
User manual (Swedish)
version 1.1
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................................... 9
Important................................................................................................................ 10
Basic definitions .......................................................................................................11
Logo ................................................................................................................................ 11
Department....................................................................................................................... 11
Tax level ........................................................................................................................... 11
Sales units ........................................................................................................................ 11
PLU ................................................................................................................................. 12
Connection between departments and PLUs .......................................................................... 12
Report ............................................................................................................................. 12
Bar code .......................................................................................................................... 12
Bar-code scanner ............................................................................................................. 13
System flags ..................................................................................................................... 13
Cumulated totals (grandtotals) .............................................................................................. 13
Concepts defining the launch of the euro currency, or payment in a foreign currency .................... 13
Conversion rate ............................................................................................................................. 13
Dual display................................................................................................................................... 13
Dual cash circulation....................................................................................................................... 13
Primary currency ............................................................................................................................ 14
Dual currencies ............................................................................................................................. 14
CASH REGISTER CHARACTERISTICS ................................................................................... 15
Parts of the cash register, basic parameters ................................................................. 16
Peripheral devices ............................................................................................................. 18
THE Euro-200TE keyboard ....................................................................................... 20
Names and functions of cash register keys ................................................................... 20
Optional programmable keyboard ............................................................................... 22
The cash register displays description ......................................................................... 22
Cashier display description .................................................................................................. 22
Customer display description ............................................................................................... 22
Changing of display backlight............................................................................................... 23
Modes switching ..................................................................................................... 23
Paper ribbons instalation ........................................................................................... 24
Usage and storage of thermal paper...................................................................................... 25
Customer display slide-out ........................................................................................ 25
Gripping of the money separator to the cash register ..................................................... 26
PROGRAMMING MANUAL ....................................................................................................... 27
Initialization ............................................................................................................. 28
Recommended procedure for the Euro-200TE programming .......................................... 29
The menu in Programming mode .......................................................................................... 29
List with items in the P mode menu ....................................................................................... 29
System Flags programming ....................................................................................... 30
Initial programming of system flags........................................................................................ 30
System flags correction ...................................................................................................... 30
System flags values print out ................................................................................................ 30
Flag 1 – Number of decimal places, method of rounding, TAX system… .................................................. 31
Flag 2 - TAX printing, number of logo lines, blank lines… ....................................................................... 31
Flag 3 - Receipt consecutive number, cash register number .................................................................. 31
Flag 4 - Required operations ............................................................................................................ 32
Flag 5 a) - Communication with PC and payment terminal ...................................................................... 32
Flag 5 b) - Scanner and scales configuration....................................................................................... 32
Flag 5 c) - External RS-485 converter settings .................................................................................... 33
Flag 5 d) - Clean cash comminication port settings............................................................................... 33
Flag 6 - Printing mode settings ......................................................................................................... 34
Flag 7 - Limit and value of the percent add-on ..................................................................................... 34
Flag 8 - Limit and value of the percent discount ................................................................................... 34
Flag 9 - Time setting ....................................................................................................................... 34
Flag 10 - Date setting ...................................................................................................................... 35
Extended flags programming ..................................................................................... 35
First extended flag .......................................................................................................................... 35
Second extended flag ..................................................................................................................... 36
Third extended flag ......................................................................................................................... 36
Fourth extended flag ....................................................................................................................... 36
Fifth extended flag .......................................................................................................................... 37
Sixth extended flag ......................................................................................................................... 37
Seventh extended flag ..................................................................................................................... 37
Eigth extended flag ......................................................................................................................... 37
Printing of the extended flag values ....................................................................................... 38
Tax rates programming ............................................................................................. 38
Correction of the tax level values .......................................................................................... 38
Printing of the programmed tax values ................................................................................... 38
Programming of organization ID............................................................................................ 38
PROGRAMMING OF TOP AND BOTTOM TEXT LOGO .................................................. 39
Printing the programmed logo lines ....................................................................................... 39
Receipt graphic logo programming ............................................................................. 39
Cashiers programming ............................................................................................. 40
Correction of cashiers values ............................................................................................... 41
Printing of cashiers values ................................................................................................... 41
Function texts programming ...................................................................................... 41
Correction of function texts .................................................................................................. 42
Function texts print out ....................................................................................................... 42
Departments programming ........................................................................................ 43
Departments correcting ...................................................................................................... 44
Department values print out ................................................................................................. 44
Sale units programming ............................................................................................ 44
Programmed sale units correcting ........................................................................................ 45
Sale unit settings print out ................................................................................................... 45
PLU WITH A SECOND PRICE AND TAX VALUE PROGRAMMING .................................... 45
Setting up the bar-code scanner........................................................................................... 48
Quick PLU price programming ............................................................................................. 48
Quick PLU stock programming ............................................................................................. 49
Correction of programmed PLUs .......................................................................................... 49
Programmed PLUs print out ................................................................................................. 49
PROGRAMMING OF THE EURO CURRENCY ............................................................. 50
Getting information about the actual Euro phase .................................................................................. 50
Default phase - using the main currency and a foreign currency ................................................. 50
First Euro phase – the start of dual display ............................................................................. 51
Second Euro phase – dual currency circulation ...................................................................... 51
Third Euro phase ............................................................................................................... 52
Entering texts into the electronic cash register .............................................................. 53
Programming layout of the functional keyboard ............................................................. 54
Programming of the optional programmable keyboard keys ............................................. 56
The key function deleting .................................................................................................... 57
Printing of the programmed key name ................................................................................... 57
Printing of the programmed key function ................................................................................ 57
Printing of the settings for all keys ......................................................................................... 57
OPERATION IN REGISTRATION MODE .................................................................................. 59
Recommended procedures at the beginning of the day .................................................. 60
Status and functions that are required to know before the beginning of registration ............. 60
Error warning: the CLEAR key ................................................................................................ 60
Cashier log in: the Password key .......................................................................................... 60
Cashier log out: the Password key ........................................................................................ 60
Finish sale with cash, check and credit payment method ......................................................... 61
Samples of basic registration procedures .................................................................... 61
Registration using departments .................................................................................. 62
Basic registration using departments ..................................................................................... 63
Registration using departments with price entry from keyboard .................................................. 63
Registration using departments with pre-programmed price ...................................................... 63
Registering multiple items using departments ......................................................................... 64
Items multiplying during registration using departments ............................................................ 64
Registering fractions of items using departments ..................................................................... 65
Double multiplication of items during registration using departments ........................................... 65
Single item sales using departments ..................................................................................... 66
PLU registration ....................................................................................................... 67
Basic PLU registration ........................................................................................................ 67
Multiplication in PLU registration ........................................................................................... 67
Individual PLU registration ................................................................................................... 68
Overwriting the pre-programmed PLU price ............................................................................ 68
Fractional PLU registration .................................................................................................. 68
Double multiplication in PLU registration ................................................................................ 69
Linked PLUs registration. .................................................................................................... 69
Selling a PLU with a second price: ........................................................................................ 69
Registration with customer number ....................................................................................... 69
Registration using bar-codes ............................................................................................... 70
Weight entry by electronic scales ......................................................................................... 70
Connection of two electronic scales .................................................................................................. 71
Registration using an external PC keyboard ............................................................................ 71
Corrections ............................................................................................................ 72
Clearing ........................................................................................................................... 72
Voidance .......................................................................................................................... 72
Percentage and value surcharge ................................................................................ 73
Percent surcharge ............................................................................................................. 73
Percent discount ............................................................................................................... 74
Value discount ................................................................................................................... 74
Value surcharge and discount .......................................................................................................... 74
Percentage and value surcharge ....................................................................................................... 75
PLU price lookup .................................................................................................... 75
Reference number or customer number printing ........................................................... 75
Received on account ............................................................................................... 76
Paid out (cash or cheque) ......................................................................................... 76
Refunds ................................................................................................................. 77
Non-financial PLU movements.................................................................................... 78
ACCOUNTING DURING THE EURO PHASES .............................................................. 79
Use of a foreign currency ................................................................................................... 80
The first Euro phase - dual currency display............................................................................ 81
The second Euro phase ...................................................................................................... 82
Payment in second Euro phase ........................................................................................................ 82
The third Euro phase .......................................................................................................... 83
Completion of dual display of informational currency conversion............................................................. 84
REPORTS ................................................................................................................................... 85
How to print out reports ............................................................................................ 86
Generated reports ................................................................................................... 86
Reports contents ..................................................................................................... 86
Report menu ..................................................................................................................... 86
Department report .......................................................................................................................... 87
PLU report ........................................................................................................................ 87
PLU stock report................................................................................................................ 88
Financial report ................................................................................................................. 88
Cashier report ................................................................................................................... 89
Total daily “X” report ........................................................................................................... 89
Periodical “X” report ........................................................................................................... 89
Total daily “Z” report ........................................................................................................... 89
Periodical “Z” report ........................................................................................................... 89
Hours daily report .............................................................................................................. 89
Hours periodical report ....................................................................................................... 90
Combined report ............................................................................................................... 90
Electronic journal and sale data ............................................................................................ 90
How to print “X” reports....................................................................................................... 90
Samples of “X” reports ........................................................................................................ 92
How to print “Z” reports ...................................................................................................... 94
Samples of “Z” reports ........................................................................................................ 94
How to erase text electronic journal ...................................................................................... 97
PC sale data ..................................................................................................................... 97
EURO2A SOFTWARE.............................................................................................................. 101
OPTIONAL ECR ACCESSORIES............................................................................................ 103
Cash drawers .................................................................................................................. 104
Electronic scales ............................................................................................................. 104
Bar-code scanners........................................................................................................... 104
Metrologic MS-5145 ECLIPSE ....................................................................................................... 104
Metrologic MS-6720 .................................................................................................................... 105
Metrologic Orbit MS-7120 ............................................................................................................. 105
Metrologic MS-9520 Voyager ........................................................................................................ 105
External keyboard ............................................................................................................ 105
Optional internal battery .................................................................................................... 105
External battery box ......................................................................................................... 105
External journal downloader ............................................................................................... 106
LAN connection options .................................................................................................... 106
Optional programmable keyboard ....................................................................................... 106
Extended RS-232 ports .................................................................................................... 106
New features of Elcom cash registers ................................................................................. 106
HELPFUL ADVICE ................................................................................................................... 107
Information and error messages ................................................................................ 108
What to do in case of power failure?........................................................................... 110
Power failure ....................................................................................................................110
Failures of cash register as a result of interference in power network ........................................111
Signalization of internal accumulator conditions ......................................................................111
Self tests ............................................................................................................... 111
Self-test of the electronics and display ..................................................................................111
Self-test of the printer ........................................................................................................112
Self-test of the thermo printer head position .......................................................................................112
Self-test of the paper ribbons sensor ................................................................................................112
Self-test of the keyboard ....................................................................................................112
Self-test of the keyboard II. .................................................................................................113
INTRODUCTION
Introduction
ELCOM company wishes to thank you for the purchase of the Euro-200TE. Please read the instructions to become
familiar with its functions and operations before you start to operate this equipment. Keep this manual for future use.
It will help you solve most problems encountered in operating the Euro-200TE.
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Do not leave appliance unattended.
Install the cash register in a place where it will not be exposed to direct sunlight, unusual temperature
changes (under 0°C and above 45°C) or high humidity. Installation in such places could result in damage to both the casing and electrical components.
Before first use leave the cash register turned on connected to external charger for at least eight hours
to charge the internal accumulator.
It is strongly recommended to start battery charging after battery discharge signal to ensure long operating life and preservation of battery capacity.
During the cash register battery recharging, the cover can increase its temperature. We do not recommend to place the cash register near flammable materials.
After transporting the unit from a cold environment to a warm one and reversal, do not turn the cash
register on for a minimum of 20 minutes in order to give all components time to adjust to the new temperature conditions.
Person having wet hands should not operate the cash register. Water could seep into the interior of the
Euro-200TE and cause component failure.
Clean the cash register with a dry, soft cloth. Never use cleaning agents such as petrol or solvents.
Using such chemicals can result in discolouration or deterioration of covering.
Avoid spilling of any liquids on the cash register as it may cause damage. The keyboard should be protected extra carefully.
Connect the cash register with the supplied adapter into a standard network plug (230V ± 10%). Other
electrical equipment connected in the same network circuit may cause improper functioning of the
cash register. In an environment with strong interference use the special anti-interference equipments
recommended by the manufacturer of the cash register.
Warning: adapter is only for interior use!
If the cash register malfunctions, contact your authorised dealer for service. Do not try to repair the register yourself. Do not open the cash register!
Unplug the AC/DC adapter from its electrical outlet if the device is to be fully disconnected.
If the external adapter is connected to the cash register, the internal accumulator is charged even when
the cash register is turned off.
If the red streak appears at the end of the paper ribbon, exchange this ribbon as soon as possible. If
the ribbon is exchanged too late, it can damage the printer, or decrease its lifetime.
Use the paper ribbon, whose end is not glued. If such paper ribbon is used and not exchanged early
enough, the printer could be damaged or its lifetime could be shortened. In this case, the damaged
printer warranty is not valid.
Use only high-quality thermal paper ribbons. Improper ribbons may damage the printer or shorten its
lifetime. When using suitable ribbons and by properly maintaining the printer, the average lifetime is up
to 25 million printed lines!
Journal paper storage recommendations: Do not expose thermal paper to the sun light. Store at a temperature not higher than 40°C. Avoid contact with PVC, mollificators, organic solvents or glue. It is important to use only paper ribbons, where manufacturer warrants all needed characteristics. In case of
storage recommendations break or using low-class paper ribbons, Elcom company cannot guarantee
printing quality and paper ribbons storage.
Use only the supplied AC/DC adapter or a adapter recommended by an authorised dealer for electrical
connection. Using other adapter types may result in damage to the adapter or the cash register.
Use only the program recommended by your authorised dealer and use only the original interconnecting
cable for cash register communication with a computer. For bar code scanners, use only the connection
recommended in these instructions.
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If the cash register is used in different ways than those described in these instructions, the dealer cannot be responsible for incorrect data or damage that may result.
Only equipment which meets the European Union standards (CE) can be connected to the Euro-200TE.
In other cases, the Elcom company cannot guarantee the adherence to standards of whole system. About
possibilities of connection with different equipments ask the Elcom company or your authorised dealer of
Euro-200TE for more information.
The symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product shall not be treated as
household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable take-back scheme for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly,
you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health.
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Lead-free technology.
Note:
After four years of purchase cash register, it is necessary to replace the battery backup for the RAM in order
to avoid loss of data stored in backup memory.
BASIC DEFINITIONS
Logo
The heading on each printed receipt is introductory information prior to the description of the purchased
goods. It is mainly used to identify the cash register owner (company name, tax information, company
identification, etc.).
Figure 1.1. Receipt logo
YOUR SHOP
Perfect goods ANYWHERE
DKP: 0123456789876543546
TPN: 01234567/9876
-----------------------------------Ta c k
Välkommen ater
Org. Nummer:
012345-6789
Department
Departments (DPTs) are used to denote groups of goods having some common features (dairy products,
foodstuffs, fruit, etc.). A department is characterised by it’s name, parameters, and by the preprogrammed
selling price, if it is used for direct sale.
Tax level
Tax level is used for the tax assessment of the sale goods. It’s characterized by the percent value, name
and tax type (VAT, DO).
Sales units
Sales units are used in connection with the quantity of sold goods (metres, litres, etc.). Each PLU has assigned a specific sales unit in which the quantity of sold goods is indicated. It’s possible to program 8 sales
units with a maximum of three characters.
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PLU
PLU (Price Look Up) is an abbreviation for the denomination of the specific goods (goods item). The PLU code
represents the goods name, the sale price, bar-code and flags (assignment to an department, VAT level, PLU
type etc.). For example: Fat milks - 0,85 GBP, White yoghurt - 1,20 GBP).
Connection between departments and PLUs
The example in figure 1.2 clearly illustrates the relation between the departments and the goods items
(PLUs). Sixteen PLUs and four goods groups were used here.
Figure 1.2. Connection between PLUs and departments
GOODS
Milk produce
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Report
A report is a sales overview of a particular choice (financial, total, cashier, PLU etc.)
There are two basic types of reports: “X” and “Z”.
“X” reports print the concrete sales values (according to the report chosen) without resetting the data.
“Z” reports print the sales values of the chosen report. After values print out, all values are reset to zero in
the cash register memory.
Bar code
Coding of the numeric description of products into bars corresponds with clearly defined international rules.
If a product has an assigned bar-code, it appears on each of these goods. The most frequently used code
for product or merchandise denomination in Europe is the 13-digit code according to the EAN norm (EAN13) and the 8-digit code (EAN-8).
Figure 1.3. EAN bar-codes
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Bar-code scanner
A bar-code scanning device is used to improve speed and accuracy in goods registration.
Figure 1.4. Bar-code scanner
System flags
System flags are basic settings of the electronic cash register that largely influence correctness of cash
register functions (number of decimal places, system of numbers rounding, date, time, etc.).
Cumulated totals (grandtotals)
Cumulated totals are variables that cumulate the values from all sales. There are usually three known grandtotals: GT1, GT2, and GT3. Their meaning is as follows:
GT1 – gross turnover - this means the cumulated total of all positive values registered in the electronic cash
register
GT2 – net turnover - the net turnover means the difference between gross turnover and negative turnover
GT3 – negative turnover - this means the cumulated total of all negative values (refunds, discounts...) registered in the electronic cash register.
Concepts defining the launch of the euro currency,
or payment in a foreign currency
Conversion rate
The conversion rate is the total irrevocable fixed exchange rate between the euro and the national currency
which the Council of the Europe Union accepts according to special provisions and according to which the
currency will be replaced by the euro from the day the euro is introduced into the country.
Dual display
The dual display of prices, payments and other values is the depiction and introduction of prices simultaneously in the national currency as well as in the euro currency exclusively according to the fixed exchange
rate and other regulations for the changeover from national currency to the euro. Thus, prior to the day the
euro is launched, monetary sums presented in the national currency are at the same time introduced, for
informational purposes, in euros, and from the day the euro is launched, including the day of its launch,
sums presented in euros are also, For informational purposes, shown in the national currency.
Dual cash circulation
The period of dual cash circulation is designated as a temporary period of cash circulation which begins on
the day the euro is introduced and during which, by law, all cash payments may be made in any valid euro
banknotes and coins, including commemorative euro coins which were issued by the European Central
Bank, the National Bank, elsewhere in the eurozone or in participating third-party states, and at the same
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time valid national banknotes and coins, including commemorative national coins which were issued by the
National Bank and which were valid on the day the euro was introduced.
Primary currency
The currency in which all important financial calculations are made and which for the authorised period of
the changeover to the euro currency is valid by law in a particular country.
Foreign (secondary) currency
An optional other currency serving for the making of payments and withdrawals concurrently with the primary currency. The cash register allows the recording of withdrawals and payments for one foreign currency.
The foreign currency can be the euro currency or another such as, for example, the American dollar. During
the phase of dual circulation of the euro currency and the national currency, however, the foreign currency
must be the national currency.
Dual currencies
The currency serving for informational calculation and display of monetary sums. It is generally not possible
to make payments, deposits or withdrawals in this currency. This does not apply if the dual currency is
identical to the foreign currency (dual cash circulation).
CASH REGISTER
CHARACTERISTICS
Cash register characteristics
PARTS OF THE CASH REGISTER, BASIC PARAMETERS
The cash register Euro-200TE cash registers belongs to a family of portable cash registers. It is both light
and compact. Is equipped with telescopic and adjustable customer display with blue back-light, which has
better contrast and better readability for customers. For improving speed and accuracy in goods registration you can use optional programmable keyboard. For communication with PC you can use USB or serial
interface. Simply you can create cash registers network, or connect many different peripheral devices - such
as a cash drawer, personal computer, bar code scanner, payment terminal, external programmable keyboard and two electronic scales in the same time. Euro-200TE already now fully supports payments in Euro
currency. It is designed for wide range of businesses from smaller businesses, drugstores, stationery stores
to middle size supermarkets.
The characteristical feature of the Euro-200TE is the capability to store the journal tape contents electronically and printing it later or transferring to PC and storing it. The memory capacity for the storage of
electronic journal is at least 500 receipts, with eight items each. According to the electronic journal flags,
the stored journal can be printed along with daily report or separately, or it can be transferred to a PC and
there consequently processed/archived with accordance to local fiscal law regulations.
The data stored in the cash register memory can be arranged in two formats (see next chapter about cash
register programming). First format contains the sale data themselves, journal tape. Second format is designed for PC communication/processing (invoices, stock inventories…).
The cash register function memory manager is used to set the PLU number and to separate the memory for
the journal and for the PLU’s in order to achieve the best possible memory allocation that will fit the needs
of the user. If the user sets less memory than is preset by default for the PLU, the freed memory will be used
for the journal. Changing the number of a PLU is possible during initialization of the cash register (programming of cash register) or with the help of job   in the P mode.
Other noticeable features are non-financial PLU movements. The special key sequences enable non-financial PLU movements (i. e. receiving/handing out stock, inventory and stock order) that allows you to issue
special documents like delivery lists or others. This feature allows the cashiers to make changes to the
electronic cash register’s article stocks amounts, but the sale is not included in the cash register financial
data. Depending on the cash register settings, the cash register can perform a check that the given customer exists in the cash register descriptive PLUs database prior actual handing out from stock. This handing
out from stock can then be conveniently used when transferred into PC (issue an invoice, process stock,
etc.).
Customer number is used for tracking of receipts in text and binary journal, usually by using of specialised
PC software. After transferring the sale data to PC, it is possible to process the sale data further to get
a more detailed overview of sales.
The Euro-200TE can be powered from:
• 230V (± 10%) power mains via power adapter
• built-in accumulator
• external battery box
• car accumulator (12–24 V) by using a car lighter cable
The packaging contains the electronic cash register itself, power adapter, accumulator and CD with PC
communication software suite. Optional accessories are: cash drawer, payment terminal, electronic scales, external PC keyboard, external programmable keyboard, built-in programmable keyboard, bar code
scanner, external battery box with the cord, car lighter cable, module for Ethernet communication, memory
extension 1MB for increasing PLUs number to 9 000 PLUs.
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Cash register characteristics
The Euro-200TE provides several management functions and reports. It supports completely national or
native language and its special characters. Both the programming and the reports are in native languages.
Figure 2.1 – Basic features of Euro-200TE
Customer display
Cashier display
Keyboard
Receipt gap
Figure 2.2 Euro-200TE parameters
Destination
from smaller businesses, drugstores, stationery stores, pubs, newspaper
stands to middle size supermarkets
PLUs
1100 to 2200 and with extension memory module 1100 to 9000
DPTs
30
Cashiers
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Cashiers login
password, access rights
Tax levels
4
Printer
thermal, Citizen MLT-289
Printing speed
avg. 11lps
Paper ribbon
thermo, 1x57 mm
Number of PLU name characters
24
Number of logo line characters
24/12 (normal/bold)
Top text logo
max 9 lines (last line organization ID)
Bottom text logo
max 2 lines
Top graphic logo
360 x 120 pixels
Bottom graphic logo
360 x 240 pixels
Capital characters
Bold characters
yes
Special characters
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Cash register characteristics
Keyboard description
Programming language
Receipts language
Swedish
Reports language
Reports
DPT, PLU, financial, daily and monthly hourly, cashiers, daily, periodical,
interval, el. journal, data for PC, stock
Operation conditions
temperature 0-45°C, humidity 80 % and lower by teperature 30°C
Cashier display
alphanumerical 20+10+6 characters
Customer display
10 characters LCD
Clean Cash interface
RS–232
PC interface
USB, RS–232, RS-485
Scales and scanner
RS–232
External keyboard
PS/2, PC keyboard, EK-3000, EK-5000
Cash drawer
solenoid 12 V, Rmax=30 �
Dimensions [mm]
315 x 275 x 115 mm
Weight
2,2 kg
Power
adapter 230 V AC/12 V DC
Accumulator
2× NiMH 7,2 V/1600 mAh
Power saving mode
yes
Power consumption
7W
Optional accessories
cash drawer, digital scales, scanner, payment terminal, external keyboard,
external PC keyboard, built-in programmable keyboard, external battery
box with car lighter cable, car lighter cable, expansion module with two
RS 232 ports, UV LED module for banknotes checking, RS-232/Ethernet
interface, memory expansion to 9 000PLU
Standard specifications
EN 55024, EN 61000-4-2, 3, 4, 5, 6, EN 61000-3-2, 3, EN55022 - class B
Peripheral devices
The optional external devices are plugged into connectors that are shown in figure 2.4.
Recommendation: Ask your cash register dealer on the possibilities for connecting optional external devices to the cash register.
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Figure 2.3 – External equipments for Euro-200TE
CleanCash®
Bar-code scanner
Digital scales
Cash drawer
PC
RS-485
RS-232
USB
PC
PC
Power adapter 230/12V
PC keyboard
Modem
RS-232
Ethernet
communication module
External keyboard
Journal downloader
USB Slave 2.0
Figure 2.4 – Rear connectors of Euro-200TE cash register
COM1
—>
<— COM2
USB
—>
<— DRW
COM4
—>
<— COM3
POWER —>
COM1-2:
USB:
DRAW:
COM3-4:
POWER:
KEYB:
<— KEYB
Connection of the CleanCash, PC, scanner, electronic scales port, External journal
downloader
Connection of the computer through the USB
Connection of the cash drawer
Connection of the CleanCash, PC, scanner, electronic scales port - optional
Connection of the adapter or other external power supply
Connection of the external keyboard
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Cash register characteristics
THE EURO-200TE KEYBOARD
Keyboard of the cash register Euro-200TE is divided into three basic key groups – department keys, numeric keys and function keys. The keyboard layout is programmable and can be changed with the help of the
Euro2A program. If there are two functions on a single key, then you select the bottom function by simply
pressing the key. When you wish to use the top function on a key, the first press  key, then press the
desired button. Shift key works in the sticky key mode. The keyboard is very comfortable and is ready for
daytime work. The keys are marked by large simple icons for fast orientation.
Warning: The keyboard is sensitive to dusty environments, humidity and dirt. Use dry clean cloth to clean
the plastic covers of the cash register. Never use cleaning agents as technical gasoline or solvents. Such
chemicals can damage the plastic cover or cause discolouration. If you need to clean heavily soiled plastic
parts, we recommend 3M cleaning spray.
Figure 2.5 – The Euro-200TE keyboard
department keys
numerical keys
functional keys
NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF CASH REGISTER KEYS
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
…
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NUMERICAL KEYS are used for entering numerical values and in the programming mode
„P“ are used for entering text. In Menu mode, numeric keys are used for direct contact to
items.
DEPARTMENT KEY is used for registration of department sales. Also used for reports of department sales in “X” mode and for department programming in “P” mode. By default this
key is not programmed.
DPT1 and DPT10 provide direct contact to concrete DPT groups that can be sold.
The CLEAR button is used to clear an amount that has been entered incorrectly from the
numeric keyboard. This button also cancels an incorrectly entered function and the sound
signalling ERROR/ALARM. It cancels wrong letters when writing texts. In Menu mode is
used to cancel programming.
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















The VOID button is used to correct an item that has already been registered. It is also used
for function texts programming in “P” mode.
The Refund button enables you to pay back money, e. g. for damaged goods, during the
sale or as an independent transaction. It is also used for VAT levels programming in “P”
mode.
In the P mode it is used to program the bottom text logo, and in the menu listing it is used to
switch to the next item. This key allows you to enter the bar code directly from the keyboard
in “R” and “T” mode. In “P” mode, pressing this button allows you to print the concrete programmed values.
In the menu listing it is used to switch to the previous item. The Scales button is used to register the weight of goods from the electronic scales. It is also used for PLU stock programming in “P” mode. In “X” mode you can print out el. journal by pressing this key.
The PO (Paid out) button is used to register the paid out cash or checks from the cash register as a non-business transaction. See paid-out function. In the void mode („R“ or „T“) this
button is used for page up or jump through 5 items back. It evokes a monthly (periodical)
report in “X” or “Z” mode. It is also used for logo programming in “P” mode.
The RA (Received on account) button is used to register the received payments if no business transaction has been executed. It records, for example, the insertion of daily opening
cash into the drawer. In the void mode („R“ or „T“) this button is used for page down or jump
forward through 5 items. It is also used for system flags programming in “P” mode.
The Drawer button is used to print the customer number or other reference numbers on
the receipt. It is also used to open the drawer with no sale. In the void mode („R“ or „T“) this
button is used as arrow down or jump to next item. In the “X“ mode you can print out PC sale
data by pressing this key.
The Password button is used in “R” mode to identify the cashier by password and to permit
the cashier to log in. Through this method, the proper cashier claims responsibility for the
transactions. The name of the logged-in cashier, is printed on each receipt header. The
transactions are recorded in the cashier’s account and are displayed in the cashier’s report.
In the void mode („R“ or „T“) this button is used as arrow up or jump to the previous item. It
is also used to evoke the cashier report in “X” mode and for the cashier programming in “P”
mode.
The Paper feed button feed the receipt ribbon without printing. The receipt ribbon is fed in
1,5 cm by pressing this button.
The Multiply button is utilized for multiplication if two or more pieces of the same item are
being sold. It is used for displaying the time in the registration mode.
The Price button enables manual entry of an item price rather than the preprogrammed PLU
or DPT price. It is also used for fast PLU price programming in “P” mode.
The PLU button (price look-up) enables to call out the programmed data about an item,
price, name, department, VAT, etc. See PLU transactions. It evokes a PLU report in “X” or “Z”
mode. It is also used for PLU programming in “P” mode.
The Mode button is used for switching into the individual modes of the cash register. Exit the
STANDBY mode by pressing this button. This key is used to enter menu mode in X, Z and P
mode.
After finishing a transaction, print out the same receipt again by pressing Duplicate button.
The receipt is denoted “KOPIA”.
The Credit button is used to finalize the sale in case of credit card payment. In “P” mode,
when programming PLUs, this key can be used to print etiquettes with bar-codes. This key
is used in P mode to initialize the cash register. In X and Z mode is used to print daily and
monthly hour report.
The Check button is used to finalize the transaction in case of check payment. It also evokes
a financial report in “X” mode and is used for the programmed data printing in “P” mode.
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 ,  These buttons are used to add the percent add-on or to subtract the percent discount for
a particular item or for the complete transaction according to the programmed values.
The percent add-on button  is also used for sales units programming in “P” mode. The
percent discount button  is also used for extended flags programming in “P“ mode.



The Subtotal button displays and prints the actual subtotal value according to the setting of the
fourth system flag. Also swith betwen submodes of non-financial PLU movements in “R” and
“T” modes. In P mode is used to set value and in menu mode is used to start programming.
The Total/Cash button is used to finalize the sale in case of cash payment. It also evokes a daily report in “X” or “Z” mode. This key is used to enter item in menu mode.
The function in an upper part of a key is chosen by pressing the Shift button and then pressing
the key with two functions. This key works similar to CAPS LOCK.
OPTIONAL PROGRAMMABLE KEYBOARD
Programmable keyboard is optional accessory, contains 10 fully programmable keys. By default they are
programmed as PLU1 - PLU10 and second level (with  SHIFT key pressed) PLU11 - PLU20.
For every key you can program 16 scan codes (see end of the PROGRAMMING MANUAL chapter) i.e. sequence of 16 pressed keys. That way you can sell e.g. package containing 4 items with discount by pressing
only one key. For improving registration speed you can also program there the most selling PLUs.
Figure 2.6 - Programmable keyborad (optional accessory) for Euro-200TE
THE CASH REGISTER DISPLAYS DESCRIPTION
Cashier display description
The cashier display of the Euro-200TE is a two line alphanumeric LCD display with blue back-light. In first
line is possible to display 20 characters, in second line 6+10 characters. The customer display has back-light installed by default.
Figure 2.7 – Alphanumerical LCD display
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Customer display description
The customer display of the Euro - 200TE is the LCD type and contains 10 large numeric segments and
three arrow-shaped segments. This display can be divided into a numeric part and the part with arrows.
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Figure 2.8 – Allocation of segment LCD display
Arrows
Numerical part
Changing of display backlight
OFF or ON in X Mode ( ) by pressing key  to change.
The customer and operator display has backlight by default. The backlight of the displays can be switch
MODES SWITCHING
By combining the numerical keys from  to  and the  (Mode) button it is possible to set the mode
of the cash register. Such switching thus enables the operator to work in different cash register modes
(registration, programming, reports, etc.).
„R“ Registration mode. This mode is used for all registrations and transactions. After switching into this
mode, the current date in the first line and current time in the second line appears on the display until you
begin registration.
Switching into the „R“ mode: 
„X“ The „X“ mode is used to print sales reports. The printing of “X” reports does not reset the current sales
data.
Switching into the „X“ mode: 
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„Z“ The „Z“ mode is used to print various reports. The printing of “Z” reports resets the cash register sales
data.
Switching into the „Z“ mode: 
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The “P” program mode is used to program all values and functions of the cash register.
Switching into the “P” mode: 
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„T“ The training mode provides all functions of the “R” mode, but in this mode, the transactions are not included
in the daily or monthly (periodical) reports. The receipts printed in this mode are marked by the text “Invalid document”.
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Switching into the “T” mode: 
„STANDBY“ When the cash register is not operated for certain time limit (see chap. System flags programming) and it is supplied from internal power supply, it will switch into the “Standby” mode. A cash register in
the “Standby” mode has a low consumption of energy. The notification “Standby” appears on the display.
STANDBY
Exit the “STANDBY” mode by pressing the  (Mode) button. In case the cash-register is supplied from
external power supply then stand by mode is not called.
PAPER RIBBONS INSTALATION
The Euro-200TE cash register uses thermal paper ribbons 57 mm wide. The paper ribon is designed for the
printing of customer receipts and for the printing of the control ribbon (journal) also.
Figure 2.9 - Paper ribbons installation procedure for the Euro-200TE
We recommend to use only rolls of good quality paper with the maximum diameter of 55 mm. To ensure
proper cash register operation, make sure that the printing saturation is correct. If any problems occur,
contact your local authorized dealer of the Euro-200TE.
Paper ribbons installation procedure for Euro-200TE (numbers according to Figure 2.9):
Open the tape cover (1), follow the picture below. Insert new paper tape. Use the lever (10) to release the
printer roller (8) and lift it up. Hold the ends of the ribbons over the upper cover (2), press the roller (8) on
the original place and press the paper feed button (9) make sure that paper ribbons are installed properly.
Close the tape cover (1).
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Figure 2.10 - Opening of tape cover
Usage and storage of thermal paper
The Euro-200TE printer prints on paper 57 mm wide.
Journal paper storage recommendations:
•
do not expose thermal paper to direct light,
•
air humidity max. 40 to 60 %,
•
store at temperature not higher than 40°C, the best is room temperature from 18 to 25 °C,
•
avoid contact of thermal paper with PVC, mollificators, organic solvents or glue.
It is necessary to use good quality paper rolls.
If usage or storage recommendations are not followed, Elcom s. r. o. does not guarantee high quality printing or preservation of printed data.
Change the paper roll immediately, if the red colour stripe marking the paper end appears at the paper
ribbon. Late change of the paper roll can cause the damage of the printer or it can shorten the printer’s
lifetime.
CUSTOMER DISPLAY SLIDE-OUT
•
open the tape cover (Figure 2.10)
•
grab customer display at the places marked with arrows no.1 (Figure 2.11) and pull it upwards
•
display is fixed in max. position. To get in to this position you have to pull it out till you will hear click.
•
in this position you can turn it within 270°
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Figure 2.11 - Customer display slide-out
GRIPPING OF THE MONEY SEPARATOR TO THE CASH REGISTER
For easier cash register transport it is possible to grip money separator to bottom part of the cash register
with two rubber bands supplied with cash register. See Figure 2.12.
Figure 2.12 - Gripping of the money separator to the ECR
PROGRAMMING MANUAL
Programming manual
INITIALIZATION
If the electronic cash register is being used for the first time, it’s suggested to first initialize the electronic
cash register. At initialization, all information will be erased from the electronic cash register and the electronic cash register will have factory default settings and data. Only the cumulative sum – GT, the order number
of the daily and monthly reports and the value of the first system flag – will be unaffected. Initialization can be
done only after a daily or monthly (periodic) report in Z mode and the saving of the electronic journal.
Initialization procedure:
1) 1) Start the cash register. By pressing , then switch to P mode.
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2) Press key . The words „Memory clearing“ will appear on the display and in the bottom row will be the options for continuing with data erasing ( Y-ST ) or cancellation of initialization
( N-CL ).
Rensar minnet
J-ST/N-CL
3) To confirm initialization, press  (SUBTOTAL). To cancel, press .
4) After confirmation, on display will be the actual set PLU range and the interval in which the user can
choose the PLU limit number. By entering numbers from  to  the user can set the number
of PLU depending on the hardware memory extension:
PLU antal:
16000
Intrvl 1100-16000
5) To confirm the setting for the number of PLUs, press  (SUBTOTAL), or cancel the initialization
with key  (TOTAL).
6) After entering the number of PLUs, rounded up to the hundred, the memory available for the journal
will be displayed.
PLU:16000 JRN:512kB
J-ST/N-CL
7) If the settings are correct, confirm initialization with the set number of PLUs and the memory left for
the journal by pressing the key  (SUBTOTAL) to continue or the key  to go back to the number
of PLUs setting.
8) After confirmation of initialization, the message “Memory clearing“ will appear on the display, and
the same message will be printed on a receipt, after which the cash register will start initialization.
9) Enter the date in the format (DDMMRR) and the time as (HHMM).
010106
ANGE DATUM
0000
ANGE TID
10) After entering of the date and time, the cash register will print a message summarizing memory allocation Memory clearing.
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Minnet rensas
Ändr. av minnes.
PLU antal
7000
JOURNAL storlek
512kB
Minnet rensat
RECOMMENDED PROCEDURE FOR THE EURO-200TE PROGRAMMING
The menu in Programming mode
This function allows the user to list the electronic cash register settings on the display and to set parameters
like PLU, system flags and descriptive text. This menu can be accessed after switching into P mode, by
pressing the  (MODE) key. The setting parameter will appear in the top row, and the order number of the
set item with the description “Select – TL” will appear in the second row.
PLU LAGER
1 SELECT - KON
Shifting between items can be done with the  (SUBTOTAL),  (SCALE) or  (RA) keys to switch to next item
and with the  (EAN),  (PO) key to go back to the previous item in the list. To start the setting dialog, press the
 (TOTAL) key or to cancel a listing, press  (CLEAR).
After entering the programming dialog, the electronic cash register will request the input of the specific item
number to be programmed (number of PLU, DPT, system flag, etc.). The entered number has to be confirmed with the  (SUMMA) key or programming cancelled with the  (TOTAL) key. Incorrect values can
be deleted with the  (CLEAR) key.
Please note: If when selecting a specific item no number is entered, programming will start from the first
item. To enter an item number, use the numeric pad  –  or use ,  and  to enter a 10th,
11th, and 12th, number.
List with items in the P mode menu
The Euro 200TE
1. PLU LAGER
8.
LOGORADER SIDFOT
2.
PLU
9.
FUNKTIONS TEXTER
3.
PLU PRIS
10. MOMS
4.
VGR
11. FÕRS.ENHET
5.
SYSTEM FLAGGA
12. KASSÕR
6.
EXT FLAGGA
13. VALUTA
7.
LOGORADER SIDHUVUD
14. VERSION
The recommended procedure for electronic cash register programming advises a user to program the
electronic cash register in the following order: 1) system flags, 2) tax levels, 3) extended flags, 4) receipt
logo, 5) cashiers, 6) function texts, 7) departments, 8) sale units, and finally 9) article items (PLUs)
The Version Info is showing the actual firmware version that is installed on the electronic cash register and
the manufacturer of the electronic cash register.
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SYSTEM FLAGS PROGRAMMING
Prior to programming of the cash register, it is recommended that this subchapter is carefully studied and
clearly understood.
Note: If a key is used for two functions, choose the function in a lower part of a key by pressing the key. To
choose the function in the upper part of a key, press the  (Shift) key and press the particular key. The
 key is working in sticky shift mode.
Initial programming of system flags
The system flags represent settings that have primary influence on the proper performance of cash register
(number of decimal places, rounding, date, time, etc.).
System flags programming procedure:
1) Switch the cash register into the “P” mode by pressing . On the display appears „P” (left
bottom on the display). Only a cashier authorised for the programming mode can set the cash register into the “P” mode.
2) Press , or use the Menu in P mode.
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3) After entering flag values, store them by pressing the  (Subtotal) button. The programming of
the next flag follows. Continue until you have programmed all necessary flags.
4) Finish flags programming by pressing the  (Total) button.
System flags correction
1) To change the settings of any system flags, switch the cash register into the “P” mode by pressing
.
2) Enter the flag number to be edited and press the  (RA) buttons.

4) Print the new programmed settings by pressing the  (Check) button.
3) Enter desired flag value and press the
(Subtotal) button.
5) Finish the programming by pressing the  (Total) button.
System flags values print out
In the programming mode, select the flags programming by pressing the  (RA) buttons. Press the
 (Check) button to print the flags values. It is possible to print the value of currently programmed flag by
pressing the  (EAN) button.
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Flag 1 – Number of decimal places, method of rounding, TAX system…
Figure 3.1. First system flag values.
Digit
Default setting
Valid values
0 – up from 5,
1 – always up,
2 – always down,
3 –special rounding
1
3
System of rounding:
2
0
Tax system:
3
1
Number of decimal places to which total price should be rounded
4
2
Number of decimal places to which VAT should by rounded
5
2
Number of decimal places to which price should be rounded
6
2
Number of decimal places to which price, VAT should be displayed
Meaning
0 – VAT
1 – TAX
0–3
Note: Value of the first system flag can be changed only if Grand Totals are zero.
Flag 2 - TAX printing, number of logo lines, blank lines…
Figure 3.2 Second system flag values
Digit Default setting Meaning
Valid values
0 - Net and gross tax value are not printed
1 - Net and gross tax value are printed
1
0
TAX values printing
2
0
Date format
0 – dd-mm-yyyy, 1 – mm-dd-yyyy
3
3
Number of decimal places of quantity values
0–3
4
3
Number of blank lines between receipts
0–6
5
9
Number of logo lines
0-9
6
0
Split pricing/successive multiplication entries
0 – split pricing,
1 – successive multiplication
7
0
Print of unit amount
0 - not printed
1 - printed
Flag 3 - Receipt consecutive number, cash register number
Figure 3.3 Third system flag values
Digit
Default setting
1
01
Meaning
Valid values
Cash register number
(01 – 99)
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Flag 4 - Required operations
Figure 3.4 Fourth system flag values
Digit
Default setting
Meaning
Valid values
1
1
Subtotal amount print out after Subtotal key is pressed
0 – no, 1 – yes
2
0
Required Subtotal key pressed before receipt is finished
0 – not required,
1 – required
3
0
Required Credit Card number entering if paid by Credit
0 – not required,
1 – required
4
0
Required customer’s payment amount entering
0 – not required,
1 – required
Flag 5 a) - Communication with PC and payment terminal
Figure 3.5 a) Fifth a) system flag values
Digit Default setting Meaning
Valid values
1
5
PC port number
0 – device is not used
1..4 – RS-232 port number (COM1-COM4)
5 - USB port
6 – RS-485 interface on COM2
2
1
Programming of communication speed for the PC.
Parity: none, DataBits: 8, StopBits: 1
0 – 9 600 Bd
1 – 38 400 Bd
3
0
Data transmission direction in PC-ON LINE mode
0 – PC transmits
1 – PC transmits and receives
4
0
Payment terminal port number
0 – device is not used
1..4 – RS-232 port number (COM1-COM4)
5
0
Communication protocol for payment terminal
0 - device is not used
0
External Journal Reader connectivity (Port replica- 0 - device is not used
tion)
1 - device is connected
6
With USB communication, a USB driver has to be installed on the PC from the support CD; it is also available at www.
elcom.eu.
Two and more devices can´t be assigned in figure 5a) and figure 5b) to the same serial port. Port no. 5 (USB) and 6 (RS485) shares pins with COM2 port. Only one device can be connected to the same port.
At using JODO (external journal reader), PC communication port has to be set to COM port 1.
Flag 5 b) - Scanner and scales configuration
Figure 3.5 b) Fifth b) system flag values
Digit
Default setting
1
0
2
32
3
Meaning
Valid values
Scanner port number
0 – device is not used
1..4 – RS-232 port number (COM1-COM4)
Bar code scanner communication speed
0 – 1 200 Bd
1 – 2 400 Bd
2 - 4 800 Bd
3 - 9 600Bd
4 - 19 200Bd
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0
The terminalcode for the bar code scanner
0 – terminal CR and LF
1 – terminal CR
2 – terminal LF
4
0
1st Scale port number
0 – device is not used
1..4 – RS-232 port number (COM1-COM4)
5
0
Communication protocol for 1st electronic scale
0 - CAS Morcan, MARTES T
1 - Euro scales, MARTES M
2 - Macca K
3 - Dibal
4 - Motex R
6 - Mettler Toledo
7 - ACOM
8 - CAS Morcan TP2
6
0
2nd Scale port number
0 - device is not used
1 - 4 RS-232 port number (COM1-COM4)
Same as „Communication protocol for 1st
electronic scale
Two and more devices can´t be assigned in figure 5a) and figure 5b) to the same serial port. Port number 5 (USB) and 6
(RS-485) shares pins with COM2 port.
If cash register is connected to PC via USB port, to COM2 port cannot be connected any other device. Also at communicating trough RS485, the USB communication will not work.
7
0
Communication protocol for 2nd electronic scale
Flag 5 c) - External RS-485 converter settings
Figure 3.5 c) Fifth c) system flag values
Digit
Default setting Meaning
1
0
2
1
3-6
0000
Valid values
External RS-485 converter using
0 - no, 1 - yes
Active level of signal for RS-485 converter control
0, 1
Time in tenths of µs [µs x 10], which ECR has to
0 - 2 000 i.e. 0 - 20 000 [µs]
wait before packet sending
Flag 5 d) - Clean cash comminication port settings
Figure 3.5 d) Fifth d system flag values
Digit
Default setting
1
1
2
2
Meaning
Valid values
1 - 4 - COM 1 to COM 4
Port for communication with CleanCash
7 - if Clean Cash is connected through
JODO
0 – 9600,
Programming communication speed for CleanCash 1 – 19200,
2 – 38400
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Flag 6 - Printing mode settings
Figure 3.6 Sixth system flag values
Digit
Default setting
1
0
2
0
3
4
1
1
5
0
6
Meaning
Valid values
Printing modes without external power 0 – normal mode,
supply
1, 2 - not used
0 – normal mode,
Printing modes with external power supply
1, 2 - not used
Upper graphical logo printing
0 - no, 1 - yes
Lower graphical logo printing
0 - no, 1 - yes
0 – normal font: character height approx. 2.5 mm,
Font size
1 – not used
1
0 – standby inactive,
1 – standby after 1 min.,
2 – standby after 5 min.,
3 – standby after 10 min.,
4 – standby after 15 min.
Standby mode
Flag 7 - Limit and value of the percent add-on
You can shift from limit to value programming by pressing the
shows if either limit or value, is actually programmed.

(SUBTOTAL) button. The directional arrow
Figure 3.7 Seventh system flag values
Digit
Default setting Meaning
1 - 2 Left
00
3 - 6 Right
0000
Valid values
Limit for the percent add-on entered during sale
00–99
Programmed percent add-on value (to program 10% add-on enter 1 0 0 0)
0000–9999
Flag 8 - Limit and value of the percent discount
You can shift from limit to value programming by pressing the
shows if either limit or value, is actually programmed.
 (SUBTOTAL) button. The directional arrow
Figure 3.8 Eighth system flag values
Digit
Default setting Meaning
1 - 2 Left
00
3 - 6 Right
0000
Valid values
Limit for the percent discount entered during sale
00–99
Programmed percent discount value (to program 15% discount enter 1 5 0 0) 0000–9999
Flag 9 - Time setting
Figure 3.9 Ninth system flag values
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Digit
Default setting
Meaning
Valid values
1-2
12
Hours setting
00–23
3-4
00
Minutes setting
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Flag 10 - Date setting
The cash register handles leap years and adjusts the number of days in each month automatically.
Figure 3.10 Tenth system flag values
Digit
Default setting
Meaning
Valid values
1-2
01
Day
01–31
3-4
01
Month
01–12
5-6
06
Year
06–99
Date is possible to change only after daily report.
EXTENDED FLAGS PROGRAMMING
The extended flags are data which enable the user to set particular electronic journal functions, bar-codes
flags, etc.
Extended flags programming process:
1) Enter the programming mode “P” by pressing .
2) Press the   button (Percent discount).
3) After entering proper flag values, store them by pressing the  (Subtotal). The programming of
the next flag follows. Continue until all necessary flags have been programmed.
4) Programmed flag settings may be printed by pressing the  (Check) button.
5) Finish the programming by pressing the  (Total) button.
First extended flag
If the fifth digit is 0, previous digit values are ignored.
Figure 3.11 First extended flag values
Digit
Default setting
Meaning
Valid values
1
0
Unused
0 - no, 1 - yes
2
0
Immediate printing of verification receipt after the customer’s receipt is
printed
unused
3
1
Store text logos in the electronic journal
4
0
Print and clear electronic journal together with daily report
5
1
Store sale data in electronic journal
6
0
Automatic saving of electronic journal to the memory card through an external journal reader upon reaching 90% of journal capacity and automatic erasing from electronic cash register.
0 - no, 1 - yes
Note:
In the case of electronic journal downloading to PC is good to set up 4th digit to zero.
If the 6th value is set to 1, than upon setting the 4th parameter to 1, the electronic journal will be saved
automatically during the daily report and erased afterward.
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Second extended flag
If the second digit is 0, the value 2 of first digit is ignored.
Figure 3.12 Second extended flag values
Digit
Default setting
Meaning
Valid values
0 - handing out is disabled,
1
0
Handing out of stock according to delivery note
1 - handing out is possible without
customer’s checking,
2 - handing out is only possible with
customer’s checking
2
0
Mandatory entry of customer number at hand out stock 0 - no, 1 - yes
3
1
Update PLU sale data upon handing out from stock
0 - no, 1 - yes
(handed amount and total hand out value)
Note: To change third digit is possible only after „Z“ PLU report.
Third extended flag
If the third digit is 0, the value of first two digits are ignored.
Figure 3.13 Third extended flag values
Digit
Default setting
Meaning
Valid values
1
0
Store tax information in PC data
2
0
Allow clearing of PC data in cash register
3
0
Store data for PC
0 - no, 1 - yes
Fourth extended flag
The cash register allows printing of bar codes with the final price at the end of the sale or bar codes with the
sale of every PLU. If there are printed bar-codes for every PLU on the receipt, it is possible to set the PLU
price or amount to be printed in the bar code or preprogrammed bar-code will be printed.
The cash register has possibility to enable all cashiers or only selected cashier to use refund operation.
Figure 3.14 Fourth extended flag values
Digit
1
36
Default setting Meaning
0
Valid values
Allowance to refund
0 – all cashiers are allowed to refund,
1-6 – specifies which cashier is allowed to refund
0 – without bar-code,
1 – print barcode with final price at the end of receipt,
2 – print code for every PLU with encoded amount,
3 – print code for every PLU with encoded price,
4 – print programmed bar-code for every PLU
2
0
Bar-code printing
3
1
Number of empty rows after the bar-co0-9
de print out
4
1
Print numerals in bar-code
5
2
Number of decimal places for encoding
0-3
price into the bar-code
6
5
Maximum number of places for enco1-5
ding price into the bar-code
0 – bar-code will not contain numerals,
1 – bar-code will contain numerals
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Fifth extended flag
The prefixes 26, 28 or 29 are recommended for amount encoded bar-codes, prefixes 21, 24 or 27 are recommended for price encoded barcodes.
Figure 3.15 Fifth extended flag values
Digit
Default setting Meaning
1-2
00
3-6
0001
Valid values
Bar-code prefix
00-99
PLU number for encoding the final price into bar-code
0001-9999
Sixth extended flag
Figure 3.16 Sixth extended flag values
Digit
Default setting
1
0
0 – look-up using the entire bar-code,
Look-up algorithm for PLUs when read 18-digits 1 – as option 0, but if look-up fails, the
bar-code is considered as EAN 13+5 and
long bar-code
extension is ignored
2
0
0 – look-up using the entire bar-code,
Look-up algorithm for PLUs when read 15-digits 1 – as option 0, but if look-up fails, the
long bar-code
bar-code is considered as EAN 13+2 and
extension is ignored
3
0
4
0
5
0
Meaning
Valid values
Printing format and storing format in the PC journal
if cash register reads and successfully looks up the 0 – do not print and store anything,
13+5 bar-code
1 – print and store only bar-code extension,
Printing format and storing format in the PC journal
2 – print and store entire bar-code
if cash register reads and successfully looks up the
13+2 bar-code
Printing format if cash register reads and successfully looks up bar-code with other length than 15/18 or
0 – do not print anything,
if a PLU has been read using the PLU number that
1 – print entire 18-digit long code
has length 15/18 and ECR database contains the
programmed for given PLU
same EAN code with given length (i. e. it is not considered an EAN 13+2/13+5 code)
Seventh extended flag
Figure 3.17 Seventh extended flag values
Digit
Default setting
Meaning
Valid values
1
0
Printing of PLU number with sales item
0 - no, 1 - yes
2
1
Time printing on the receipt
0 - no, 1 - yes
Eigth extended flag
Figure 3.18 Eigth extended flag values
Digit
1
Default setting
1
Meaning
Valid values
Checks and credits charge when total is
negative
0 - cash paid,
1 - charge by type of payment
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Printing of the extended flag values
In the programming mode, select extended flags programming by pressing the  (DISCOUNT) button. After pressing the  (CHECK) button flags values will be printed. It is possible to print the value of the
particular flag only by pressing the  (EAN) button.
TAX RATES PROGRAMMING
The cash register allows the use of four tax rates. Both the tax rate and its name are programmable. Tax can
be programmed only after daily, monthly report.
Tax level programming procedure:
1) Switch the cash register into the programming mode “P” by pressing .
2) Press the  (Refund) key. The display shows the number of programmed tax level and its rate.
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1
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3) Enter the tax rate without decimal point. First two numerals compose integer part of the rate, last
two compose decimal part (i. e. for tax rate of 19% it is 1 9 0 0). The tax rate can be changed only
after daily and periodical report have been executed in “Z” report mode. If you need to disable
a specific tax level, programme its tax rate as 100.00% or higher.
4) Press the  (Subtotal) key. Display will show label for programming the tax level name.
5) Enter name of TAX level, which will be printed on receipts and reports. Save entered value and move
to next VAT setting by pressing  (Subtotal) key.
6) To exit the tax level programming, press
 (Total) key.
More details on entering texts are located at the end of this chapter.
Correction of the tax level values
1) Switch the cash register into the “P” mode by pressing .
2) Enter the number of the tax level you want to edit and press the  (REFUND) button.
3) Re-program the parameters as described in section above.
4) You can print the newly programmed tax level values by pressing  (CHECK) key.
5) Finish the corrections by pressing the  (TOTAL) key.
Printing of the programmed tax values
To verify the programmed values, print them by pressing the (CHECK) button in the tax programming
mode. If working in another programming mode, press the  (REUND) key and then the  (CHECK)
key. It is possible to print the rate and name of a particular tax level by pressing the  (EAN) button.
Programming of organization ID
The Organization ID is printed as 9th row in the top text logo. To set it, enter P mode   and enter code
    . After that the ECR will request to enter the organization ID with help of the numeric
keypad. The organization ID number has the following form: XXXXXX-XXXX.
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PROGRAMMING OF TOP AND BOTTOM TEXT LOGO
The cash register allows to print six rows of text and two rows of bottom logo (ex. Roys Food Store) at the
end of the receipt.
Logo programming procedure:
1) Switch the cash register to the “P” mode by pressing .
2) Press the key
logo.
 to program the top text logo or the key  (EAN) to program the bottom text
3) The text “RaderLogo1” will appear on the first row of the display when programming the top logo
and the text “RaderLogo2” upon programming the bottom logo. The second row will show the number of lines tobe printed on the receipt. Enter a number ranging 0 to 6 for the top logo or from 0 to
2 for the bottom logo to set number of printed lines. Set value with the key  (SUBTOTAL).
4) The notification „1 LOGO RAD“ appears in the second display row and informs you that you are
programming the first line of the text logo and the first display row will show the currently programmed text for that row. Enter new data for the current logo line. If you mistype or make a mistake, you
can delete previous characters by pressing  (CLEAR) key. Programmed text will be printed out
just as typed in, starting from the left.
(24)
Euro - 2
1
logo rad
Note:
If the text includes bold characters, they are represented as a dark triangle.
5) Press the  (SUBTOTAL) key. The next line will appear on the display and is ready for editing.
6) Press the  (TOTAL) key to finish the programming of receipt logo lines.
Printing the programmed logo lines
Programmed logo lines can be printed in text logo programming mode by pressing the
Print a particular programmed line by pressing the  (EAN) key.
 (Check) key.
RECEIPT GRAPHIC LOGO PROGRAMMING
In the cash register is preprogrammed graphic logo by its producer. You can reprogram it using communication software (Euro2A, ECR.dll, Com2A.exe, Com32.dll), available at producer‘s web site (www.elcom.eu).
Graphical logo parameters:
Top graphic logo
Bottom graphic logo
format
bmp, 1bit (black and white)
resolution
360x120 pixels
format
bmp, 1 bit (black and white)
resolution
360x240 pixels
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CASHIERS PROGRAMMING
The programming of cashiers consists of four steps:
•
cashier’s name
•
cashier’s password
•
cashier’s access rights
•
cashier’s access to operations
The cash register allows you to program up to six cashiers. This programming allows you to assign a
password to each cashier, which will be used by him/her to log into the cash register and use its functions.
This password will also identify the cashier working on the cash register: the receipts issued by that cashier
are identified by his/her name and all operations are assigned to him/her.
Programming procedure:
1) Switch the cash register to the “P” mode by pressing
.
2) Press the  (PASSWORD) key. Display will show the current cashier number and label (“NAME”)
in the second display row which indicates that you are programming the cashier’s name. First display row contains the current cashier’s programmed name.
3) Enter the name for the current cashier. Cashier name can have up to ten characters. If you mistype
or make a mistake while entering text, you can use the  (CLEAR) key to delete recent characters.
See the end of the chapter for hints on entering texts.
1
KASSÖR1
KASS.NAMN
4) Finish the cashier name programming by pressing  (SUBTOTAL) key. The cash register shows the current cashier number in the second display row, together with the label (“PASSW”) that indicates programming of cashier’s password. Press  (TOTAL) to finish the programming procedure (next steps will
not run).
1
0001
KASS.LÖSEN
5) Enter the cashier’s password. The password is composed by the up to four numerals. If you mistype
during entering of the password, you can use  (CLEAR) key to correct your mistakes.
6) Finish the programming of cashier’s password by pressing  (SUBTOTAL) key. The cash register
will then show the current cashier number in the second display row along with label (“ACCESS”)
that indicates programming of cashier’s access rights for cash register modes. Press  (TOTAL)
to finish the entire programming procedure (next steps will not run).
1111
1
KASS.BEHÖR
7) Program the mode access flags according to the Figure 3.19. If you mistype, correct your mistakes
using  (CLEAR) key.Warning: you cannot deny access to programming mode “P” for the cashier
number 1.
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Figure 3.19 Cashier access rights
Digit
Meaning
1
Access to the “X” mode
2
Access to the “Z” mode
3
Access to the “P” mode
4
Access to the “T” mode
Valid values
0–no, 1–yes
8) Finish the programming of cashier access rights by pressing  (Subtotal) key. The cash register
consequently displays the currently programmed cashier number and label indicating operations
are programmed (“OPER.”) in the second row and the currently valid operation flag for particular
cashier in the first row. If you press  (Total), you will finish the cashiers programming.
1111
1
KASS.OPER.
9) Program the operation flags according to the table 3.20. If you mistype any of the digits, you can
correct it by pressing  (Clear).
Figure 3.20 Cashier operations flag
Digit
Meaning
1
“Receive stock” operation
2
“Hand out stock” operation
3
“Stock order” operation
4
“Inventory” operation
Valid values
0 – forbidden,
1 – allowed
10) Press the  (SUBTOTAL) key to continue programming of the remaining cashiers; continue with step
3. If you press  (TOTAL) key, you finish the programming procedure for the cashiers.
Correction of cashiers values
Switch the cash register to the “P” mode by pressing .
Enter the number of the cashier you wish to correct and press  (PASSWORD) key.
Continue in the same way as shown in section above.
You can print out data of all cashiers by pressing  (CHECK) key; press  key to print out data of
the current cashier only.
5) Finish the corrections by pressing  (TOTAL) key.
1)
2)
3)
4)
Printing of cashiers values
To check the programmed names and other settings, press the  (CHECK) key in the cashier programming. In the programming mode, press the  (PASSWORD) key first and then press  (CHECK) key. Print
the programmed values of the current cashier by pressing the  (EAN) key.
FUNCTION TEXTS PROGRAMMING
The Euro-200TE allows you to program all the operation labels that can be displayed/printed to the receipt.
The default values for all function texts are shown in the Figure 3.21. You can adjust all of them to your
needs.
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Figure 3.21 Default function texts
Text no.
Default setting
Description
1
KONTANT
Cash payment denomination
2
CHECK
Check payment denomination
3
KORT
Credit card payment denomination
4
TILLBAKA
Change value denomination
5
RETUR
Refund value denomination
6
FELSLAG
Void denomination
7
INBETALT
Received on account denomination
8
UTBETALT
Paid out denomination
9
TOTALT
Total value
10
DOKUMENTNUMMER
Document number
Function texts programming procedure:
1) Switch the cash register to the “P” mode by pressing .
2) Press the  (VOID) key. The cash register will display the number of the currently programmed
function text in the second display row and contents of that text in the first display row.
KONTANT
1Funk. text
3) Enter new function text that could have up to 17 characters. If you mistyped, you can correct mistakes
by pressing  (CLEAR) key. Details on entering texts are located at the end of this chapter.
4) Press  (SUBTOTAL) key to programme next available function text; continue with step 3). Finish the
function texts programming by pressing  (TOTAL) button at any time.
Correction of function texts
1) Switch the cash register to the “P” mode by pressing
.
2) Enter the number of text to be corrected and press � (Void) key.
3) Continue in the same way as when programming function texts (consult section above).
4) Print out all programmed function texts by pressing  (CHECK) key; print the currently edited function text by pressing  (EAN) key.
5) Correction of function texts is finished by pressing  (TOTAL) button.
Function texts print out
To check the programmed function texts, press  (CHECK) key in function texts programming mode. If in
programming mode, press  (VOID) key first and then the  (CHECK) key. Print the value of a particular
function text by pressing  (EAN) key.
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DEPARTMENTS PROGRAMMING
The Euro-200TE cash register has 30 departments (DPT) available. Each department has three basic components:
1) Price
2) Department flag
3) Name
Programming procedure:
1) Switch the cash register to the “P” mode by pressing
.
2) Press the  (DPT) key. The current department number and the label (“price”) appear in the
second line on the display to indicate department price programming. The programmed price appears in the first display row.
0.00
1 VGR
PRIS
3) Enter the new department price (maximum eight digits, including decimals). If you mistype, you can
correct your mistakes by pressing  (CLEAR) key.
4) Press the  (SUBTOTAL) key to continue with programming the flag for the current department. The
display shows current department number in the second display row together with label (“flag”)
to indicate department flag programming. The value of department’s flag is shown in the first display row. Press  (TOTAL) key to stop department programming (next steps will not run).
10038
1 VGR FLAG
5) Enter the department flag for the current department according to the Figure 3.22. If you mistype,
you can correct it using the  (CLEAR) key.
Figure 3.22 Department flag values
Digit
Default setting
Meaning
Valid values
1
1
Assigning VAT level to a department
1 – tax level 1,
2 – tax level 2,
3 – tax level 3,
4 – tax level 4,
2
0
Type of department
0 – normal,
1 – single item department
3
0
Negative department
0 – no,
1 – yes
0 – sale forbidden,
1 – open price (manually entered price),
2 – fixed price (preprogrammed price),
3 – 1+2 (preprogrammed price or the possibility to enter a price manually)
4
3
Sale feature
5
8
HALO limit, maximum 8 (maximum number of
1-8
digits allowed)
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6) Press  (SUBTOTAL) key to continue with programming the name for the current department. The
cash register display shows current department number along with the label (“name”) in the second display row; first display row contains current department name on the right.
VGR01
1 VGR NAMN
7) Enter the department name. If you mistype, you can correct your mistakes by pressing  (CLEAR).
See the end of chapter for more detailed instructions on entering texts.
8) Press the (SUBTOTAL) to continue department programming for next department; proceed to step
3). The programming of departments can be finished at any time by pressing  (TOTAL) key.
Departments correcting
1) Switch the cash register to the “P” mode by pressing
.
2) Enter the number of the department you want to adjust (1–30) and press h (DPT) key, or press
the selected department button to directly choose required department.
4) You can print out all the programmed department values by pressing  (CHECK) key; to print out
the currently programmed department, press (EAN) key.
3) Continue re-programming desired values as shown in the section above.
5) Finish the corrections by pressing  (TOTAL) key.
Check the programmed department values by pressing the  (CHECK) key in the department programming mode. In the programming mode, press the direct button of a department. Afterwards press the 
(CHECK) button. To print the settings of currently programmed department, press the  (EAN) key.
Department values print out
SALE UNITS PROGRAMMING
Sale unit can be assigned to each PLU and represents the unit in which the PLU is sold. It is possible to
program eight sales units with up to three characters each. Figure 3.23 shows the default settings for sale
units; you can adjust these defaults to your needs.
Sale units programming procedure:
1) Switch the cash register to the “P” mode by pressing
.
2) Press the  (SURCHARGE) key. The ECR display shows the current sale unit number along with
the label (“sale unit”) in the second display row and programmed unit in the first row.
3) Enter the text for the current sale unit (up to three characters). You can correct mistypes by pressing
 (CLEAR) key. See the section on entering texts at the end of this chapter.
st
2 Förs.enhet
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Figure 3.23 Default sale units
Digit
Units
Digit
1
Units
5
m
m2
2
st
6
3
kg
7
fl
4
l
8
pkt
4) Press  (SUBTOTAL) key to continue sale units programming with the next sale unit. Finish sales unit
programming at any time by pressing the  (TOTAL) key.
Programmed sale units correcting
1)
2)
3)
4)
Switch the cash register to the “P” mode by pressing .
Enter the number of the sales unit you want to modify and press  (SURCHARGE) key.
Continue the programming as described in the previous section (see above).
You can print out all programmed sale units by pressing  (CHECK) key; to print the currently programmed sale unit, press  (EAN) key.
5) Finish the corrections by pressing  (TOTAL) key.
If you want to check the settings of the sale units, press the  (CHECK) key in the sale units programming
mode. If the cash register is in the programming mode, first press the  (Surcharge) key, then the
 (CHECK) key. For a printout of the current sale unit, press the  (EAN) key.
Sale unit settings print out
PLU WITH A SECOND PRICE AND TAX VALUE PROGRAMMING
The Euro-200TE can handle up to 16,000 PLU’s, depending on the PLU number defined.
Procedure for programming a PLU with two prices and tax levels:
1) 1st PLU price
2) assigning the 1st price to a tax level
3) 2nd PLU price
4) assigning the 2nd price to a tax level
5) flag number 1
6) flag number 2
7) PLU name
8) MIX&MATCH
9) PLU bar code (identification)
Procedure when programming a PLU with two prices:
1) Enter P mode by pressing 
2) If a particular PLU is to be programmed, enter its number from the PLU database. If no number is entered, programming will start from the first PLU. Press  and the PLU order number and the description
”PLU PRIS 1“ will appear on the display.
0.00
1 PLU PRIS 1
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3) Enter the first price for the PLU up to a maximum of eight digits, including the decimal numbers. An incorrect value can be deleted with the key .
4) The set value is saved by pressing the  key, and programming continues with the next tax value.
The message ”PLU MOMS 1“ will appear on the display, with the actual tax level in the second row.
Enter a value  – , matching the tax level order number and save this value by pressing the 
key. Upon entering a value the name – value of the tax will be displayed. If the  key is pressed, the
programming of the tax level for the first price will be cancelled and the tax level set will be ignored. An
incorrect value can be deleted with the key .
25.00%
1 PLU MOMS 1
5) After saving the value from the previous step, enter the second price for the PLU, up to a maximum eight digits including the decimal numbers. The PLU order number will appear in the first row and in the second row
the description ”PLU PRIS 2“, with the actual value of the second price. Save this value by pressing the key
 and continue programming the next parameter. An incorrect value can be deleted using the  key.
0.00
1 PLU PRIS 2
6) The next step is the programming of the second tax level. Enter a value  – , matching the second
tax level order number and save this value by pressing the  key. Upon entering value, the name – value of the tax to be used is displayed. Pressing the  key cancels the programming of the tax level for
the first price and the tax level set will be ignored. An incorrect value can be deleted using the  key.
25.00%
1 PLU MOMS 2
7) After setting and saving the second tax level, programming continues with the setting of the first PLU
flag. The actual PLU flag will appear in the first row and the PLU order number will appear in the second row with the description “PLU FLAG1“. Enter the value of the flag per figure number. 3.22. A PLU
ranging from 1001–1015 should not be set to a department with a negative price. If the flag for a PLU is
set to “descriptive”, only the name of the PLU is printed without a price or an amount. After setting the
first PLU flag, set the value by pressing the  key; cancel and leave the programming of this section
using the  key or delete an incorrect value with the  key.
01000
1 PLU FLAG 1
Figure 3.24 Values for the first PLU flag
Number
Default value
Meaning
Valid values
1-2
01
Assigning of a PLU to a department gro1 - 30
up
3
0
Descriptive PLU
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4
0
Type of PLU
5
0
Sale feature
0 – no, 1 – yes
0 – normal PLU,
1 – single item PLU
0 – sale forbidden,
1 – open price (manually entered price),
2 – fixed price (pre-programmed price),
3 – 1+2 (pre-programmed price or the possibility
to enter a price manually)
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8) After setting the first PLU flag, continue with programming of the second PLU flag. In the first row the
actual second PLU flag will appear and the second row will display the PLU order number with the
description “PLU FLAG2“. Enter the value of the flag per figure number. 3.23.. A PLU ranging from
1001-1015 cannot be linked to another PLU. After setting the PLU second flag, set the value by pressing
the  key; cancel and leave the programming of this section using the  key or delete an incorrect
value using the  key.
0010118
1 PLU FLAG2
Figure 3.25 Values for second PLU flag
Digit
Default setting
Meaning
Valid values
1-2
00
00 – no linked PLU,
Assigning the sale of another PLU to the sale of an
01 – PLU No. 1001 is linked,
actual PLU (linked PLU)
02 to 15 – PLUs 1002-1015 are linked
3
1
Sales unit assigning
4
0
PLU stock information on PLU report
5
1
PLU sale possibility even if stock is negative
6
1
Split pricing possibility
7
8
HALO limit, maximum 8 (maximum number of digits
1–8
allowed)
1 – The first sales unit assigning,
2 to 8 – assigning the sales unit 2 – 8
0 – no, 1 – yes
9) After setting the second PLU flag, the name of the PLU has to be set. The actual PLU name will appear
on the first row of the display and the order number with the description ”PLU NAME“ will appear in the
second row the. Enter the name of the PLU in 20 digits or in 10 digits for double-size characters. Set
the value by pressing the  key; cancel and leave off programming of this section with the  key or
delete an incorrect value using the  key.
1 PLU NAMN
10) Programming continues with the setting of the bar code identification of a PLU. The actual bar code
value that identifies the PLU will be on the display, and the PLU order number with the description ”PLU
B-CODE“ will appear in the second row. Enter the bar code as it is on the label and set the value by
pressing the  key; cancel and leave off programming of this section by pressing the  key or delete an incorrect value with the key .
000000000000000000
1 PLU EAN-K
11) If the entered bar code is already set to another PLU, the electronic cash register will prompt you to
change this value by displaying the PLU information set to the bar code. On display will appear ”EAN-KOD FINNS“ and the number ofhe PLU already set to the entered bar  code. Enter the correct bar
code and save the value by pressing the key; correct the value by pressing the  key or finish programming by pressing the 
3. PLU
3 PLU B-CODE
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EAN-KOD FINNS
3 PLU EAN-K
12) After setting the PLU bar code and pressing  the next PLU programming will start. To quit PLU programming press  or continue from step number 3 for the next PLU.
If the  key is pressed to quit programming, the electronic cash register will display message “CODE
SORT” notifying you that it is sorting the changed data; after a few seconds the electronic cash register
will again be ready to use.
KOD SORTERAR
Setting up the bar-code scanner
To secure a reliable functioning of bar code scanning it is important to program the scanner correctly and
connect it properly to the cash register. Parameters of the bar code scanner setting:
•
eight data bits
•
none parity
•
one stop bit
•
transmission speed and terminal character is according to setting of the fifth cash register‘s system
flag
The default setting of flag no. 5 corresponds to Metrologic bar code scanners (MS 951, MS 6720, MS 7100,
MS 860, MS 6130 and MS 9520). All you have to do is read the following bar codes from the scanner programming manual:
1) Enter/Exit
2) Recall Default
3) Enter/Exit
The ECR is able to handle bar codes containing data for product weight. The format is the following: PP
XXXX V MMMMM K; PP - prefix of bar code (28 or 29), XXXX - PLU number (0001-2400, eventually 9999),
V - scales check digit, MMMMM - product weight (3 decimal digits) and K - bar code check digit.
In the case of usage of scanner with keyboard wedge connector it is necessary to program the scanner as
follow:
1) Enter / Exit
2) Emulation for PS/2
3) STX prefix
4) ETX sufix
5) Enter/Exit
Quick PLU price programming
If you need to change only the prices of several PLUs, you can easily do it by the following procedure:
1) Switch the cash register to the “P” mode by pressing
.
 (PRICE) button. If you don’t enter any number, the cash
register will start form PLU no. 1. The PLU number and the label (“price”) appear in the second
display row, current PLU price is displayed in the first row.
2) Enter the PLU number and press the
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0.00
1
PLU PRIS
4) Press  (SUBTOTAL) key to continue in the price programming of the next PLU; proceed to step 3).
3) Enter the new price (maximum eight digits including decimals).
5) Press  (TOTAL) key to finish the quick PLU price programming.
Quick PLU stock programming
The cash register also records stock information for each PLU. The PLU stock information can be changed
to another value directly, or you can alter stock by operations in the registration mode.
1) Switch the electronic cash register to the “P” mode by pressing
 .
2) Enter the PLU number and press the  (SCALES) key. If you didn’t enter any number, the ECR will
start from PLU no. 1. The display shows current PLU number and label “stock” in the second
display row and the current stock for that PLU in the first row.
0.000
1 PLU LAGER
3) Enter stock value (up to nine digits, three decimal places including) and press:
•  (SUBTOTAL) key to apply the entered number as the new stock value,
•  (SURCHARGE) key to add the entered number to the current stock or
•  (DISCOUNT) key to subtract the entered number from the current stock.
Maximum stock value is 999 999.999. If you enter integer amount, enter the number and just
press . After pressing any of the above three keys, the electronic cash register will continue
with programming of the stock for the next PLU.
4) Press  (TOTAL) to finish the quick PLU stock programming.
Correction of programmed PLUs
1) Switch the electronic cash register to the “P” mode by pressing
.
2) Enter the PLU number and press the  (PLU) button. You can also use the bar-code scanner:
scanning the bar-code will jump to the said PLU.
3) Continue programming the PLU values as described in the relevant section.
4) You can print out all programmed PLUs by pressing  (CHECK) key or you could print out the currently programmed PLU by pressing (EAN) key.
5) You can jump to any PLU using the procedure in step 2). Press (TOTAL) key to finish correcting
the PLUs.
Programmed PLUs print out
To verify programmed values, print them by pressing the  (CHECK) key in the PLU programming mode. If
the cash register is in root programming mode, press the  (PLU) key and then the  (CHECK) key. Only
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PLUs that have been programmed will be printed. It is possible to print the programmed value of a particular
PLU by pressing  (EAN) key.
PROGRAMMING OF THE EURO CURRENCY
We advise you to read the sections “Basic terms regarding the Euro phase“ and “payment in a foreign currency“. The cash register Euro-200TE electronic cash register can perform accounting in a foreign currency
and can also work with the special Euro phases during the change of the primary currency, including both the
periods of dual display and dual currency circulation.
Getting information about the actual Euro phase
Information regarding the actual Euro phase and the conversion setting can be read anytime from the
electronic cash register by following this procedure:
Switch to programming mode by pressing key combination .
1)
2) Enter 
Information regarding the actual Euro phase and currency settings will be printed on a receipt.
Important notice:
Returning from any Euro phase to a previous phase is not possible without the master reset of the electronic cash register, which is performed by a service technician.
Default phase - using the main currency and a foreign currency
A new electronic cash register or an electronic cash register which has passed through master reset (performed by a service technician) is in this default phase. The electronic cash register can work with local
currency (SEK) and any other foreign currency (EUR or USD).
In this phase, the value and parameters for the foreign currency can be changed by following this procedure:
1) Switch into programming mode by pressing the key combination .
2) Press the key 
3) Enter the 3-character currency code (–for example: EUR) and press the  key to save this value. Then
move to the next setting.
4) Enter the currency exchange rate such as: “1USD = xx.xxxx SEK“. Press the  key to continue to the
next step.
5) Enter the currency parameters regarding figure 3.22 and set the value using the key .
Notice:
Parameters for foreign currency can be changed only after a Z-monthly report and an exchange rate can
be changed only after a Z-daily report
Figure 3.26 – Foreign currency parameters
Digit
50
Default setting
Meaning
Valid values
1
0
Rounding method
0 – up from 5,
1 – always up,
2 – always down,
3 – special quarter rounding
2
2
Number. of decimal places for currency displaying
0-3
3
2
Number. of decimal places for currency rounding
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First Euro phase – the start of dual display
Dual display is used to print an informational currency conversion for the future currency at the bottom of
each receipt. The dual displayed currency conversion has only an informational character and is not used
for any other purpose. Each sale price will be converted to the new currency using the official conversion
rate. The electronic cash register allows for the starting and stopping of dual display during any phase of
the Euro changeover.
Procedure for initiating dual display:
1) Switch into programming mode by pressing the key combination .
2) Enter the code  .
3) Enter the conversion rate, such as: “1EUR = xx.xxxx SEK“ and set this value using the key .
4) Confirm the setting of the conversion rate by pressing the , key. After a successful setting, an informational receipt will be printed out:
Växlingskurs
1EUR=10.4735 SEK
Dubbel visning
av
5) Enter the code  to start dual display.
An informational receipt will be printed out:
Växlingskurs
1EUR=10.4735 SEK
Dubbel visning
pa.
Note:
By entering the code  again, dual display will be stopped/started.
Warning:
A correctly entered conversion rate is the responsibility of the authorized electronic cash register operator and therefore be sure to check the correctness of the conversion rate.
Second Euro phase – dual currency circulation
Upon changing to the second euro phase, the GT1, GT2 and GT3 will be automatically converted to the
conversion rate of the new currency.
Upon entering this mode, dual display starts automatically, if it was not started in the past. During this phase,
the electronic cash register operates with two currencies. The main currency will be the new currency (EUR)
and the secondary currency will be the previous main currency (SEK).
The parameter of first system flag is set automatically to 002222 (a description of the first system flag is in
figure 3.1). The first flag respects the legal requirements, and it’s suggested to leave this default value or to
change it only after consulting with an expert advisor.
Procedure for the start of dual display:
1) Switch into Z mode by pressing the key combination .
2) Execute all reports from Z mode (see the chapter describing reports).
3) Execute all reports from Z mode (see the chapter describing reports) .
4) Enter the code .
5) Confirm the setting by pressing the  key.
6) Conversion of prices in the cash register PLU and DPT database from SEK to EUR.
During the currency changeover, prices from the electronic cash register database (PLU and DPT) are not converted to the new currency – EUR. This can be done manually or with help of the communication software.
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After successfully starting the second Euro phase – dual currency circulation – the electronic cash register
will print an informational message summarizing the changes.
Step
1.
2.
resp.
Press
 
 
(    )
Euro steg
2
INHEMSK VALUTA
EUR
UTL. VALUTA
SEK
Valutakurs
1 EUR = 10.4700 SEK
Valuta flag
321
----------------------------------------------------------Växlingskurs
1EUR=10.4735 SEK
Dubbel visning
av
After starting the second Euro phase, the main currency will be the EUR and the foreign currency will be
the SEK.
Caution:
• If the 6th parameter of the first system flag (base prices for a PLU in the electronic cash register database
- unit price), is not set properly, it can be changed from 2 to 3 or from 3 to 2 prior to the first purchase. The
currency parameter (system flag) will be set automatically and can be changed only if the GT=0 (changing
the flag is not advisable). To achieve this, a master reset must be performed by a service technician, after
which the first and second Euro phase has to be started. If the GT is equal to zero, the first system flag
can be changed.
•
During the second Euro phase, the exchange rate cannot be changed. The exchange rate will be the
conversion rate used in first phase for informational price displaying.
•
During the second Euro phase, a foreign currency cannot be used because the second currency is the
Swedish crown and only these two currencies – the Euro and the Swedish crown can be used.
Notice:
To use a different foreign currency, change to the third Euro phase is required. A description of how to
do this is described in the next chapter.
Third Euro phase
In this phase, a foreign currency (different than the SEK) can be set and used. Cancellation of dual display
is not required in order to use a foreign currency. The main currency is the Euro, the dual-informational
currency is the Swedish crown and the foreign currency is any other currency.
Procedure for setting the foreign currency:
1) Execute a daily and monthly Z report.
2) Switch into programming mode by pressing the key combination .
3) Enter the code .
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4) Enter the 3-character currency code (–e.g., USD); save this value and move to the next setting by pressing the key .
5) Enter the currency exchange rate, such as: “1EUR = xx.xxxx USD“. Press the
step.
 ey to go to the next
6) Enter the currency parameters as shown in figure 3.22 and set the value using the  key.
After programming of all values, a message showing the status of the third Euro phase setting will appear
on the display and will also be printed out on an informational receipt:
Euro steg
3
INHEMSK VALUTA
EUR
UTL. VALUTA
USD
Valutakurs
1 EUR = 10.4700 SEK
Valuta flag
022
----------------------------------------------------------Växlingskurs
1EUR=10.4735 SEK
Dubbel visning
av
During the third Euro phase, the parameters can be set by following this procedure:
1) Switch into programming mode by pressing the key combination .
2) Press the  key.
3) Enter the currency code and press .
4) Enter the exchange rate regarding the new main currency and press .
5) Enter the currency parameters per figure 3.22 and confirm the setting by pressing .
Notice:
he name and parameter of the foreign currency can be changed after the execution of a monthly Z report
and the value of the exchange rate can be changed after a daily Z report.
ENTERING TEXTS INTO THE ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER
The numerical keys are used in text programming (logo, PLU names, cashiers names etc.). There are numbers in the upper part of the keys and letters and other characters are in the lower part. In national versions,
all letters and characters of the alphabet are on the keys. To enter a capital letter press the  (SHIFT) key
and press the relevant key. For instance, enter letter “a” by simply pressing the  key, letter “F” by holding
 and pressing the  key three times, number “5” by pressing the  key four times, to get the space
character press .
Characters that are not printed on the keys are „ ’“ (2 × ), „ ; “ (3 × ), „ < “ (4 × ), „ > “ (5 × ), „ = “ (6
× ), „ ? “ (7 × ) a „ $ “ (8 × ).
If you want to print a double-spaced character, press the  key before each double-width character.
The double-width character is displayed as character with space in front on the cash register display. If the
programmed text string has characters which are on the same key, press the particular key as needed, wait
until a full character appears on the display, and then press the key again. If there are successive characters
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that belong to different keys, simply press the buttons in order without waiting. Mistakes caused when entering
characters can be corrected by  (CLEAR) key to clear the incorrect characters.
PROGRAMMING LAYOUT OF THE FUNCTIONAL KEYBOARD
This function allows the user to define the key layout of the basic – built-in keyboard. To each key can be assigned any function from the predefined functionalities, such as, for example, the key  can be programmed
to the key .
Programming a functional keyboard is possible only with help of the PC software and by using the communication commands implemented in the Euro2A. Almost every key can be programmed, with the exception
of special – functional keys. (see chapter 4. Exceptions to programming the keyboard). Each key can start
two different operations, as with the following:
• first function - the function triggered without the  key and only with the specific key.
• second function - the function triggered with the  key and the specific key.
The standard layout of the Euro-200TE contains 33 keys. Each key is identified by it position. The keys are
identified from 1 to 66, with the keys from 1 to 33 have the first function and the keys from 34 to 66 have
the second function triggered with the  key before pressing the functional key. The key with ID 1/34 will
be positioned in the top left row.
Figure 3.27 – Key numbers for the Euro-200TE
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1/34
2/35
3/36
4/37
5/38
6/39
MODE
7/40
8/41
9/42
10/43
11/44
12/45
13/46
14/47
15/48
16/49
17/50
18/51
19/52
20/53
21/54
22/55
23/56
24/57
25/58
26/59
27/60
28/61
SHIFT
29/62
30/63
31/64
32/65
33/66




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Numeric keys
List of programmable functional keys
The following figure shows the functions that can be assigned to the keys. The figure contains the key code
used for identification when communicating with the PC software and the electronic cash register. Further
below is the positioning of keys, which is the same as it is on the electronic cash register after a master reset
or the first use of the electronic cash register.
Code
Meaning
Default key index
dec.
hex.
E2100
0
0x00
empty function
49, 44
E200
46
48
0x30
digit 0
30/63
30/63
49
0x31
digit 1
25/58
23/56
50
0x32
digit 2
26/59
24/57
51
0x33
digit 3
27/60
25/58
52
0x34
digit 4
19/52
16/49
53
0x35
digit 5
20/53
17/50
54
0x36
digit 6
21/54
18/51
55
0x37
digit 7
13/46
9/42
56
0x38
digit 8
14/47
10/43
57
0x39
digit 9
15/48
11/44
111
0x6F
digit 00
31/64
31/64
106
0x6A
button ‚.‘ (DOT)
32/65
32/65
79
0x4F
DPT (VGR), key [-] for calculator
10/43
-
97
0x61
DPT 1 (VGR 1)
-
29
98
0x62
DPT 2 (VGR 2)
-
22
99
0x63
DPT 3 (VGR 3)
-
15
100
0x64
DPT 4 (VGR 4)
-
8
101
0x65
DPT 5 (VGR 5)
-
2
102
0x66
DPT 6 (VGR 6)
-
62
103
0x67
DPT 7 (VGR 7)
-
55
104
0x68
DPT 8 (VGR 8)
-
48
196
0xC4
DPT 9 (VGR 9)
-
41
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0xC5
DPT 10 (VGR 10)
-
35
122
0x7A
Clear (CL)
1/34
1/34
7/40
7
12
14
21
110
0x6E
Void (FEL), key [<-] (backspace) for calculator
121
0x79
EAN (EAN), key [+/-] for calculator
108
0x6C
Scales (VÅG)
18
118
0x76
Drawer ($)
24
5
117
0x75
Paper feed
16
13
120
0x78
Multiply/Time (X/TID), key [*] for calculator
8/41
12/45
105
0x69
Price (PRIS)
17/50
26/59
112
0x70
PLU (PLU), key [+] for calculator
9
4
107
0x6B
Credit (KORT)
23/56
20
115
0x73
Check (CHECK)
22/55
19
109
0x6D
Subtotal (SUMMA)
28/61
27/60
116
0x74
Total (KONTANT), key [=] for calculator
33/66
33/66
114
0x72
Refund (RETUR)
5/38
40
44
0x2C
Paid out (UTBET)
45
47
46
0x2E
Received on account (INBET)
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54
113
0x71
Password (EXP)
57
38
88
0x58
Duplicate (KOPIA)
6/39
39
45
0x2D
Percentual discount (%-)
3/36
53
61
0x3D
Percentual Add-on (%+)
-
-
200
0xC8
Value discount (KR-)
2/35
52
201
0xC9
Value Add-on (KR+)
62
0x3E
Second Price (MOMS SKIFT)
64
0x40
PLU price question
-
-
4/37
3/36
42
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PROGRAMMING OF THE OPTIONAL PROGRAMMABLE KEYBOARD KEYS
Programmable keyboard is optional accessory of the cash register. If your cash register does not have this
keyboard, you can skip to next chapter.
Optional programmable keyboard contains 10 keys.
This procedure describes how to programme the programmable cash register keys. An individual key could
be programmed with arbitrary keystroke sequence (function keys, up to 16) that will be generated when the
programmed key is pressed in the future.
The programming of keys starts in programming mode . Press the key you wish to program.
1.
2.
3.
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The display shows the ID number of programmable key, the label „Key name“ and the current name
assigned to that key.
Enter a new name and confirm by pressing the  (Subtotal) key. If you press  (Subtotal) key without entering anything, you just confirm the previous assigned name. When you press  (Total),
the key programming procedure ends.
If you have changed name for the programmed key, the cash register will update its settings and
print the information about key name change on the receipt (ID number of programmed key and
the data of changed parameter -- label „Key name“ and its newly programmed value).
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4.
5.
6.
7.
The display will then show the ID number of the programmable key, information label for the function programming „01.Function“ and text description of the current key function.
Press  (MULTIPLY) key to enter the key programming mode. The display will ask you to press a key.
By pressing a function key, you‘ll assign its value to the programmed key. Keep pressing to add further function keys to the programmable sequence or press the currently progammed key to finish
programming and assign the programmed function sequence to that key. The cash register will
update the key definition and print the change information messages to both receipt and journal (this
information includes programmed key ID number, record type „01.Key“, info label on function programming and its number „01.Function“ and the programmed function sequence). The cash register
then continues with programming of next key, or goes to the first key if the currently programmed key
was the last one.
If you didn‘t enter into the key programming mode, then you can press  (Subtotal) to confirm the
current value and proceed to the next key (or the first key if you were on the last key) and the programming procedure continues again with step 1.
Press  (Total) button to exit the programming mode.
The key function deleting
You can delete function sequece assigned to a key if you press  (Clear) key during step 4. of the programming procedure.
The display will show that you are about to delete the function sequence assigned to a key and awaits
a confirmation. Press  (Clear) key to delete the value or press  (Subtotal) to cancel the deletion. When
you cancel the deletion you can proceed with programming procedure as usual. If you decide to confirm
deletion, the cash register will delete the assigned function sequence assigned to that key and prints the
information about deleted function (this information includes programmed key ID number, record type „01.
Key“, info label on function programming and its number „01.Function“ and the keyword „deleted“). The
programming procedure then continues normally.
Printing of the programmed key name
The name of the programmed key will be printed if you press  (EAN) key during step 1 of the programming procedure.
The cash register will print to both, receipt and journal following information on the key: ID number of the
programmed key, parameter label „Key name“ and current value of that parameter.
Printing of the programmed key function
The function of the programmed key will be printed if you press  (EAN) key during step 4 of the programming procedure.
The cash register will print to both, receipt and journal following information about the key: ID number of the
programmed key and record type „01.Key“, parameter label „01.Function“ and text description of the current
key function.
Printing of the settings for all keys
You can print the settings for all the cash register key if you press  (Cheque) key in either step 1 or step
4 of the programming procedure.
The display will show „Keyboard prog.“ label and the same will be printed to both, receipt and journal. For
each key, the cash register will print:
•
•
•
ID number and record type: „01.Key“
parameter label „Key name“ and the name of the current key
for each function in the current key‘s assigned function sequence will print number and label
„1.Function“ and the current value of that function.
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IN REGISTRATION MODE
Operation in registration mode
The functions that are described in the following chapters are used in the registration mode. All financial
transactions are stored in this mode.
If the cash register allows you to use the training mode, you can try the following functions in the training
mode first (sales data are not stored in the memory).
RECOMMENDED PROCEDURES AT THE BEGINNING OF THE DAY
1) Check if there is enough paper on the printer roll for the day. Insert a new paper roll, if necessary.
2) Print out an “X” report and make sure that:
a) date and time are correct,
b) a daily report was executed.
3) Check whether there is enough cash in drawer.
4) Register the initial cash put into the drawer by entering cash value and pressing the  (RA) key.
STATUS AND FUNCTIONS THAT ARE REQUIRED TO KNOW BEFORE
THE BEGINNING OF REGISTRATION
If a key is used for two functions, choose the function in the lower part of the key by simply pressing the key
and choose the function in the upper part of key by pressing the  (SHIFT) key and pressing the key.
Error warning: the CLEAR key
If a function key is used incorrectly or the registration range is exceeded, the cash register issues an error
beep and an error message appears on the display. To recover and correct the condition, simply press the
 (CLEAR) key. The error code is cleared from the display. Then enter the correct function or amount.
Cashier log in: the Password key
The cash register can assign a secret identification number (password) for up to six cashiers. Cashier
passwords, as well as names, are programmed in the programming mode. To use the cashier identification function, enter the numeric password and press the   (PASSWORD) key. For extra security, press
the   button before the password entry. Display will show a “ANGE KOD!“ label. The entered
password numbers are not visible on the display at this time. If an incorrect password is entered, the cash
register beeps twice and remains locked. Enter the correct number and press the   (PASSWORD) key
to unlock the cash register. The password protection prevents unauthorised use of cash register. If the cashier’s name has been programmed, it will be printed in the receipt header area after the cashier logs in.
Cashier log out: the Password key
If the cash register has been protected from unauthorised use, the cashier should log out by pressing the
  (PASSWORD) key after finishing of registration. Display shows the “ANGE KOD!” label and the
cash register is locked until the correct password is entered and the  (Password) key is pressed.
When the cash register is locked, registration cannot be performed and the cash drawer will not open. This
function is used when changing cashiers or when a cashier leaves the cash register.
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Finish sale with cash, check and credit payment method
The payment method for each purchase can be cash, check, credit or any combination of these. Before
selecting a payment method, the payment value can be entered. If the entered amount does not fully
cover the required payment, the remaining sum will be displayed.
Only with payment by credit card is the purchase value not rounded at all. With any combined payment
methods, the purchase value is rounded according to the first system flag.
Example:
Example: If payment is with a credit card, the key  must be pressed, after which the sum without
rounding will appear on the display. After again pressing the , key, the payment information will be
passed to the payment terminal and after successful transfer, the payment is finished.
SUBTOTAL (KORT)
SEK 21.20
Notice:
The subtotal value is rounded according the first system flag.
To purchase goods in R and T mode the CleanCash securing device must be connected.
SAMPLES OF BASIC REGISTRATION PROCEDURES
1) Switch the cash register into the “R” mode: , or into the training „T“ mode 
2) If needed, enter the password to log in.
3) Enter the PLU code of the registered item.
4) Press the  (PLU) key.
5) Repeat step 3 and 4 for each PLU.
6) Press the  (SUBTOTAL) key. Total amount of the sale (including the VAT value) appears on the display.
7) Announce the amount to the customer.
8) Enter the amount tendered by customer and press the corresponding payment button:
 (CHEQUE),  (CREDIT).
 (CASH),
9) The cash drawer opens. When the amount tendered is greater than the due amount, the electronic cash
register will show the change.
10) Tear off the receipt and give it to your customer together with the change, if any.
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Figure 4.1 Sample sale receipt
1. Top graphic logo
2. Top text logo
3. Unique organization number
1
4. Time
5. Date
2
6. Cash register number * receipt order number
7. Operator name
8. PLU name
9. Sale price
10. Name of good
11. Selling amount and unit price.
12. Selling price
13. Tax information
14. Value of purchase covered with cash
15. Number of receipt (from daily range)
6
8
10
11
13
16. Check code (certified version)
17. Bottom text logo
18. Bottom graphic logo
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0.20
MOMS 6%
0.34
MOMS TOTALT
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TOTAL SEK
7.00
KONTANT SEK
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REGISTRATION USING DEPARTMENTS
To get better information about revenue of particular items, split the articles into departments (article groups).
The “department” means articles grouped in the same category (such as dairy products, pastry, alcohol
etc.), or of the same tax level (MOMS 25%, MOMS 12%, VAT 16%, TAX 10% etc.). The cash register Euro-200TE enables the use of a maximum of thirty departments. By default the department‘s are not programmed.
Item registration is finished by pressing the proper department key  – . After pressing a department
key, the registered amount, the corresponding tax level, the maximum registration amount, a pre-programmed price and others parameters are assigned to the revenue of the department. The sale informations are
is stored in the electronic cash register memory and used for department reports.
Numeric keys  –  and department keys  –  are used for registration (see keyboard picture).
It is possible to register through departments by entering the department number and pressing the 
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Operation in registration mode
(DPT) key (,   …). Thus, you can register any department. It is also possible to register
departments 1 to 10 by pressing a department keys  –  .
Basic registration using departments
The electronic cash register can be programmed to use pre-programmed price or the price entered from
the keyboard during registration using departments. If both types are allowed, the cash register will use the
price entered from the keyboard.
Registration using departments with price entry from keyboard
• Using the  (Department) key
• Using the direct department keys  –   which are not included by default but can be programmed with help of the communication software.
Step
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press
 

 



VGR 1
A
1*24.00
=24.00
VGR 2
A
1*31.20
=31.20
SUBTOTAL
55.20
---------------------BRUTTO MOMS 5% 55.20
NETTO MOMS 5% 52.57
MOMS 5%
2.63
TOTAL NETTO
52.57
TOTAL MOMS
2.63
TOTALT SEK
55.20
-----------------------------KONTANT SEK
55.20
Registration using departments with pre-programmed price
Example: The pre-programmed price for DPT 1 is 7.50 and for DPT 2 is 43.20.
•
Using the  (DPT) key which is not programmed by default on functional keyboard.
Step
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press
 
 


VGR 1
A
1*7.50
=7.50
VGR 2
A
1*43.20
=43.20
SUBTOTAL
50.70
---------------------BRUTTO MOMS 5% 50.70
NETTO MOMS 5% 48.29
MOMS 5%
2.41
TOTAL NETTO
48.29
TOTAL MOMS
2.41
TOTALT SEK
50.70
-----------------------------KONTANT SEK
50.70
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Operation in registration mode
Step
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press




VGR 1
A
1*7.50
=7.50
VGR 2
A
1*43.20
=43.20
SUBTOTAL
50.70
---------------------50.70
BRUTTO MOMS 5%
NETTO MOMS 5%
48.29
MOMS 5%
2.41
TOTAL NETTO
48.29
TOTAL MOMS
2.41
TOTALT SEK
50.70
-----------------------------KONTANT SEK
50.70
Registering multiple items using departments
It is not necessary to enter the price repeatedly if more than one of the same item are being sold. After entering the unit price, just press the corresponding DPT key repeatedly for the number of sold items.
•
Using the direct department keys  –   which are not included by default but can be programmed with help of the communication software.
 (DPT) key is not programmed by default on functional keyboard
Step
1.
2.
3.
•
Press
 


VGR 2
1*31.20
VGR 2
1*31.20
VGR 2
1*31.20
A
=31.20
A
=31.20
A
=31.20
VGR 16
1*31.20
VGR 16
1*31.20
VGR 16
1*31.20
A
=31.20
A
=31.20
A
=31.20
Using the  (DPT) key
Step
1.
2.
3.
Press
 


Items multiplying during registration using departments
•
Multiplication of items with price entered via keyboard
The customer buys 12 pieces of the same items at 16.20:
 (DPT) key is not programmed by default on functional keyboard
Step
1.
2.
•
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Press

 
(   )
or
Multiplication of items with pre-programmed price
VGR 2
12*16.20
A
=194.40
Operation in registration mode
Example: The customer buys 12 pieces of the same item with pre-programmed price of 14.20:
Step
Press
1.
2.


()
VGR 2
12*14.20
A
=170.40
 (DPT) key is not programmed by default on functional keyboard.
or
This feature helps when you need to enter a large amount of items or you need to enter quantities that
contain decimals (1.5, 0.125, etc.). Multiplication of numbers with a decimal point is often used for weighed
items (meat, vegetables, salads, etc.) where the unit price is known (e. g. for 1 lb, for 1 litre, etc.). The largest
allowed multiplicand is 10 000.
Registering fractions of items using departments
The cash register can be programmed for registration of split prices. This functionality is programmed by
setting the second system flag, digit number 6 to 0.
Example: The price is determined for a package that includes five pieces of the item (e. g. a box of processed cheese). The customer buys only three pieces, paying three fifths of the price of the whole box.
•
Fractional entry with entering the price via keyboard
Step
1.
2.
3.
or
Press


 
( )
VGR 2
3/5*31.20
A
=18.70
DPT2/6 This key’s are not included at default keyboard layout but can be programmed with help of the
communication software.
•
Fractional entry with pre-programmed price
Step
1.
2.
3.
or
Press



()
VGR 2
3/5*22.50
A
=13.50
 (DPT) key is not programmed by default on functional keyboard
Double multiplication of items during registration using departments
The cash register can be programmed for double price multiplication. The function is practical, for example,
when entering a sale of items sold by area (square metres). This function must be programmed by setting
the second system flag, digit number 6 to 1.
•
Double multiplication with entering the price via keyboard
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Operation in registration mode
Example: The price is determined for a square metres. Your customer buys a 3 by 5 metres piece.
DPT2/6 This key’s are not included at default keyboard layout but can be programmed with help of
the communication software.
Step
1.
2.
3.
or
•
•


 
( )
Press
VGR 2
3*5*31.20
A
=468.00
Double multiplication of items with pre-programmed price
 (DPT) key is not programmed by default on functional keyboard
Example: The pre-programmed price is 32.00 determined for a square metre. Your customer buys 3 by 5
metres.
DPT2/6 - These keys are not included in the default keyboard layout but can be programmed with
help of the communication software.
Step
1.
2.
3.
or
Press



(  )
VGR 2
3*5*32.00
A
=480.00
 (DPT) key is not programmed by default on functional keyboard
Single item sales using departments
Some services often sell a single item (for example, cigarettes). To simplify the sale of such items, it is
possible to programme the price into a department and set it up as single item sale department. Then, by
pressing the department key, the item is automatically registered, the sale is automatically finished and the
cash drawer is automatically opened. This group is called a single item sale group. In the following example,
DPT 4 is programmed with the price of 2700.
If other transactions have already taken place before a single item sale, the transaction is not finalised and
it is possible to continue with registration of other items.
•
DPT2/6 - These keys are not included at default
keyboard layout but can be programmed with help
of the communication software.
Step
1.
2.
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Press

e
VGR 4
A
1*27.00
=27.00
-----------------------------BRUTTO MOMS 5%
27.00
NETTO MOMS 5%
22.70
MOMS 5%
4.30
TOTAL NETTO
22.70
TOTAL MOMS
4.30
TOTALT SEK
27.00
-----------------------------KONTANT SEK
27.00
Operation in registration mode
PLU REGISTRATION
Articles have assigned codes (PLU numbers). For example, RAMA butter – PLU no. 5, Skimmed milk - 23,
Rum 0.5 l - 189, etc. Data concerning the articles (name, price, assignment to the department, etc.) are
programmed in the cash register memory and linked to a particular PLU number. Entering the PLU number
and pressing the  (PLU) key looks up the data in the electronic cash register memory and registers it
automatically.
PLU registration allows storing of information about the sale of each particular item, printing the names
of articles automatically on the receipt, printing the unit price automatically and assigning the transaction
to a department. It also prevents mistakes in keyboard registration. The name of each item on the receipt
satisfies the customer for correctness of items purchased. By automatically calling programmed data from
the cash register memory, faster customer service and greater accuracy is provided.
PLU registration makes it possible to get a clear overview of the sale of each particular item. A personal
computer and a bar code scanner can supplement the advantages of PLU registration.
Basic PLU registration
Step
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press




Bread
1
27.00
Bread
A
1*27.00
=27.00
Butter
A
1*31.20
=31.20
SUBTOTAL
58.20
-----------------------------BRUTTO MOMS 5%
58.20
NETTO MOMS 5%
55.43
MOMS 5%
2.77
TOTAL NETTO
55.43
TOTAL MOMS
2.77
TOTALT SEK
58.20
-----------------------------KONTANT SEK
58.20
Multiplication in PLU registration
Example 1: The customer buys twelve pieces of the same PLU with the price of 2140 each.
Step
1.
2.
Press


Bread
12*21.40
A
=256.80
Example 2: The customer buys twelve pieces of the same PLU with entering the price of 2050 via keyboard.
This feature helps when you enter a large quantity of items or need to enter quantities that contain decimals
(1.5, 0.125; etc.). Multiplication by numbers with the decimal part is often used by the weighed items (meat,
vegetables, salads etc.) where the unit price is known (e. g. for 1 lb or for 1 litre, etc.). The maximum multiplicand is 10 000.
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Operation in registration mode
Step
1.
2.
3.
Press



Bread
12*20.50
A
=246.00
Individual PLU registration
In some services, just a single item is often sold, e.g. cigarettes. To simplify the sale of such items, it is
possible to program a single sale PLU flag (see PLUs programming). By entering the PLU number and the
 (PLU) key, the item is registered, the sale is automatically finished and the drawer opened. This PLU is
called a single sale PLU. PLU 4 is programmed with price 70.00 in the example.
Note: If other transactions have already been performed before the single item sale, then that sale does not
complete the transaction. It is possible to continue registering of other items.
Step
1.
Press

Cigarettes
A
1*70.00
=70.00
-----------------------------70.00
BRUTTO MOMS5%
NETTO MOMS O5%
66.67
MOMS 5%
3.33
TOTAL NETTO
66.67
TOTAL MOMS
3.33
TOTALT SEK
70.00
-----------------------------KONTANT SEK
70.00
Overwriting the pre-programmed PLU price
Either the pre-programmed price or a price entered from the keyboard may be used for PLU registration. If
both methods are allowed, the cash register uses the price entered from the keyboard.
Example: The customer has been given a special price, different from the pre-programmed one. PLU 3 has
the pre-programmed price of 21.40, but the special price is 20.50.
Step
Press


1.
2.
Bread
1*20.50
A
=20.50
Fractional PLU registration
The function must be programmed by setting the second system flag, digit number 6 to 0.
Example: The price is determined for packing including five pieces of the article (e. g. a box of processed
cheese) at the price of 15.60. The customer buys only three pieces. Thus, he is to pay three fifths of the unit
price of the whole box.
Step
1.
2.
3.
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Press



Butter
3/5*15.60
A
=9.40
Operation in registration mode
Double multiplication in PLU registration
The function must be programmed by setting the second system flag, digit number 6 to 1.
Example: The price is determined for the a square metre. Your customer buys 3 by 5 meters.
Step
1.
2.
3.
Press



Linen
3*5*15.60
A
234.00
Linked PLUs registration.
If sold item has first and second digit in second PLU flag (Figure 3.25) programmed, electronic cash register
automatically continue in sale of linked item. This behaviour is used e.g. for sale of item with its returnable
container.
Rules for linked PLUs registering:
•
with void of main PLU is cancelled also linked PLU
•
with refund of main PLU is refunded also linked PLU
•
linked PLU is registered with same quantity as main PLU
•
discount/surcharge applying on main PLU is not applied on linked PLU
•
price for main PLU entered from the keyboard is not valid for linked PLU
Selling a PLU with a second price:
The electronic cash register allows a PLU to be sold with two different prices and tax levels. With a common
sale, the default value is the first price and tax level.
When the key  is pressed, an informational message will appear on the display –“SHIFT PRIS“ and the
next PLU will be sold with second price and tax level. To cancel the selling of a PLU with a second price and
tax level, press the  key and the message will disappear.
Registration with customer number
Sale assigned to a customer is very important mainly in situations when the electronic cash register owner
wishes to send the stored PC sale data to the PC and process them further. Processing of the data is
determined by the PC application that identifies the customer and processes the data. You can enter the
customer number by pressing key , typing his/her number (of maximum eight digits) and pressing the
 (DRAWER) key. Then you can continue sale as usual.
Example: Sale for the customer no. 312058.
Step
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.






Press

DOKUMENTNUMMER
#312058
Apple Cake
1*5.00
A
=5.00
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Operation in registration mode
Registration using bar-codes
A bar-code scanner can be connected to the cash register. Information is then registered simply by scanning the bar-code on the article’s packaging. If the bar-code scanner is to operate correctly, it has to be properly configured and the cash register has to have its relevant flags set to proper values, more specifically
the fifth system flag (see PLU bar-codes programming section in the previous chapter).
Example: Customer buys three pieces of butter that have a bar codes on its packaging.
Step
1.
2.
•
Press

Butter
3*34.90
A
=104.70
using a bar-code scanner
registration by a bar-code entered via the keyboard
In the case of bar-code scanner failure or if a bar-code is damaged, it is possible to enter the bar-code via
the keyboard.
Example 1: Registration of butter with the bar-code 8 586001 760096.
Step
1.
2.
3.
Press

…

Butter
1*12.40
A
=12.40
Example 2: Registration of five butters with the bar-code 8 586001 760096.
Step
Press
1.
2.
3.
4.


…

Butter
5*12.40
A
=62.00
Weight entry by electronic scales
The Euro-200TE is able to read the weight of an article directly from connected electronic scales. Communication between the cash register and the scales is possible only in “R” and “T” mode. The electronic scales
are connected to SCAN./SCALE connector of the cash register.
Press the  (SCALES) button to communicate with the scales. You can change the weight of the article
(add or take the goods from the scales) until any key is pressed on the cash register keyboard. After the
weight is read by the cash register, enter the PLU number and press the  (PLU) button. If the weight on
the scales is unstable, it is not possible to continue the sale.
In the case that electronic scale and scanner are connected together to one port and we want to register
weight of a PLU article using scanner it is need to be pressed  (MULTIPLY) key before bar code of PLU
is scanned.
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Operation in registration mode
Example: Registration of PLU no. 21 with weight 0.253 kg.
Step
1.
2.
3.
Press

reading of weight from scales

Apples
0,253*31.20
A
=7.90
To achieve the correct operation of the electronic scales, it is necessary to set the type of scales by programming the fifth system flag of cash register.
Ask your local dealer for more information on the particular electronic scales type connectivity.
Connection of two electronic scales
Electronic scales can be connected to SCAN/SCALE connector and also to PC connector. This way is
possible contemporary connection of two scales that is used in the case of necessity of weighing goods separately because of sanitary purposes (e.g. meat). Communication is activated (weight reading) with scales
connected to PC connector after pressing the keys  (SCALES).
Once the scales communication is active it is possible to switch between scales in SCAN/SCALE connector
and PC connector by pressing the  (SCALES) key. Actual scale communication is indicated in left bottom corner of display. For proper operation of electronic scales connected to PC connector it is necessary
to program in programming mode type of connected electronic scales (seventh extended flag).
Registration using an external PC keyboard
The standard PC keyboard can be easily connected to the Euro-200TE. Registration is then similar as registration via the internal keyboard.
Figure 4.2 PC keyboard layout for the cash register Euro-200TE
If one key is used for more characters, then the character in a lower part is chosen by pressing the actual
key, the character in the upper part on the left side is chosen by pressing this key along with the Shift key
and the character in the upper part on the right side is chosen by pressing this key along with the Alt key.
TAB key on the PC keyboard has the function of the mode.
Ask your local dealer for more information about external PC keyboard connection.
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Operation in registration mode
CORRECTIONS
Clearing
In the following example, the price 12.30 was incorrectly registered instead of 12.90
 
 
 
Step
Press
1.
2.
3.
Voidance
Void is used just to correct already sold items in the the non-finished sales.
•
correction of the last entry (direct voidance)
Example: The previous item was registered incorrectly and it is necessary to make a correction. If a mistake
is made in an incorrect department, PLU, percentage, deduction or other entry, void the incorrect entry by
pressing the  (VOID) key immediately after the incorrect entry.
Step
1.
2.
3.
 

 
Press
FELSLAG
-12.50
•
VGR 2
1*12.50
FELSLAG
VGR 2
1*12.50
VGR 2
1*13.50
A
=12.50
A
=-12.50
A
=13.50
correction of the previous entries (indirect voidance)
You can void any previous registrations. Pressing the special keys, you can display any previous registration.
Then press the  (VOID) key. Special keys are:  (jump to the previous),  (jump to next), 
(jump five items back) and  (jump five items forth). To search the item you have to start with 
(jump to the previous) or  (jump to next).
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Operation in registration mode
Example: Void the first PLU in the sale (Gentian Cheese).
Step
Press


 (search the item)

1.
2.
3.
4.
(1)
Gentian Cheese
27.00
1
•
Gentian Cheese
A
1*27.00
=27.00
Butter
A
1*31.20
=31.20
FELSLAG
Gentian Cheese
A
1*27.00
=-27.00
voidance of receipt (subtotal voidance)
Example: Void the whole receipt. Subtotal voidance is used for total voidance of a sale. It can be used only
before pressing the  (TOTAL) key.
Step
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
VGR 1
A
1*31.20
=31.20
VGR 2
A
1*18.60
=18.60
VGR 6
A
2*6.30
=12.60
SUBTOTAL
62.40
ANNULERA
=-62.40
***************************
KVITTOT ANNUL.
***************************
Press






PERCENTAGE AND VALUE SURCHARGE
A percentage and value surcharge can be entered from an external keyboard. The system permits programming of a percent value that is used for a discount  and limits for manual entry. If you need to register
a different rate than the one pre-programmed, enter the numeric value of the surcharge or of the discount
before pressing the relevant key. The value of the new rate will be effective only for one registration.
Percent surcharge
Example 1: A five percent surcharge for special services is added. In the following example the
(SURCHARGE) key was programmed for five percent.
Step
1.
2.

Press
 

PÅSLAG%+
VGR 2
1*31.20
PASLAG %+
A
=31.20
5.00%
=1.60
1.60
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Operation in registration mode
If all items within a transaction have the same handling charge, the charge may be added at one time for
the whole transaction. When all items have been registered on which the surcharge is applied, press the
 (SUBTOTAL) and then the  (SURCHARGE) key.
Example 2: Enter other than pre-programmed rate (10 %).
Entering the surcharge value from the keyboard is possible only if the value is lower than the pre-programmed limit (see seventh system flag).
In the case of a linked PLU, the surcharge is applied to the first item only.
Step
1.
2.
Press
 
 
VGR 2
1*31.20
PASLAG %+
A
=31.20
10%
=3.10
VGR 2
1*31.20
RABATT %-
A
=31.20
10.00%
=-3.10
Percent discount
Example: Pensioners are provided with a 10% discount.
Step
1.
2.
Press
 

RABATT%-
-3.10
If the same discount is to be deducted from all PLUs within the transaction, the discount for the whole
transaction may be entered in one operation. When all items on which the discount is to be applied are
registered, simply press the  (SUBTOTAL) key, then the  (DISCOUNT) key. Use of other than pre-programmed percent discounts is the same as a percent surcharge.
Entering the discount value from the keyboard is possible only if the value is lower than the pre-programmed
limit (see eighth system flag).
In the case of a linked PLU, the discount is applied to the first item only.
Value discount
Value surcharge and discount
It is possible to apply a value surcharge or discount on the last registered item, or on a whole sale.
The value of a surcharge or discount cannot be more than the price of the item or group of items to which
the surcharge or discount is to be applied.
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Operation in registration mode
Example no. 1: Applying a value surcharge 2.00
Step
Press
 
 
1.
2.
DPT02
RABATT -
=31.20
=-2.00
-2.00
RABATT Percentage and value surcharge
A percentage and value surcharge is applied as the discount and can be entered only from an external
keyboard; see “Registration using an external PC keyboard”.
PLU PRICE LOOKUP
Cash register allows to find out the price of PLU article in „R“ and „T“ mode(also during open receipt). Price
is checked by pressing the keys  (SHIFT PLU), cash register ask to enter PLU code. There are 3
ways for code entry:
1.
2.
3.
„number“ +  (PLU) ( or direct PLU from programmable keyboard)
scan bar code with scanner
press  (EAN) key, enter bar code manually and press (EAN) key
Consequently price of current PLU is displayed. Switching between displayed price, name of PLU and bar
code is possible by pressing key  (SUBTOTAL). Registering of displayed PLU is possible by pressing the
key  (MULTIPLY) or entering quantity (integral number) and pressing key  (MULTIPLY). Exit of PLU price
lookup operation without registering PLU is possible by pressing the keys  (SHIFT PLU).
REFERENCE NUMBER OR CUSTOMER NUMBER PRINTING
Certain transactions require that a reference number is printed on the receipt. If a reference number is
required, enter number and finish it with  (DRAWER) key.
Maximum length of reference number is 8 digits.
The text „DOKUMENTNUMMER“ can be changed in the programming mode. See Function texts programming section.
Step
1.
2.
Press

 
DOKUMENTNUMMER
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RECEIVED ON ACCOUNT
The  (RA) key is used to record non-fiscal payments (that are received on account). As an example,
daily initial cash can be entered into the cash register drawer. The register enables printing a document that
confirms the receive on account transaction. The RA transactions are reported in the cash register financial
report. According to your needs, the document can contain the name of the person that performed the RA
and the reason for the RA. The name and reason of an RA can contain up to 24 characters. There is space
for a signature on the document.
Entry of person name and reason is not mandatory. If you do not need to enter these data, finish RA operation by double pressing of the  (SUBTOTAL) key.
Step
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
SEK
Press
 

enter name

UTBETALT
VEM:
Brown
ORSAK:
Initial cash
SIGNATUR:
enter reason

KONTANT SEK 500.00
UTBETALT
500.00
NAMN
Initial cash
ORSAK
PAID OUT (CASH OR CHEQUE)
Cash or cheques paid out from the register drawer that is not connected with a sale is recorded using the
 (PO) key. This function is used, for example, to take away revenue, when cashiers are changing, or
when it is suitable to lower the amount of money in the drawer. According to your needs, the document can
contain the name of a person and the reason for the PO operation. The name and reason of the PO can
contain up to 24 characters. There is space for a signature on the document.
Entry of a name and a reason is not mandatory. If you do not need to enter these data, finish the PO operation by double pressing the  (SUBTOTAL) key.
To Paid Out cheques press  (CHEQUE) instead of  (TOTAL) in step 2.
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Step
Press
 

1.
2.
3.
enter name

4.
5.
enter reason

6.
INBETALT
VEM:
Brown
ORSAK:
Cashier change
SIGNATUR:
KONTANT SEK 200 .00
INBETALT
2000.00
SEK
REFUNDS
The  (REFUND) key records refund entries during a PLU sale or as an independent operation. The
function is used, for example, in handling complaints.
Example 1: It is necessary to refund goods registered under department no. 2 with programmed price
25.20.
After pressing the  (REFUND) keys, the “REFUND” label appears on the display. After pressing
the  (DPT) key the name of DPT is displayed in the upper right side of the display; the value and amount
of refunded product with negative sign is displayed in the bottom line.
Step
Press


1.
2.
RETUR
VGR 2
1*-25.20
A
=-25.20
VGR 2
1
-25.20
Example 2: Returning of goods registered under department no. 13 with entering of price via keyboard.
Step
1.
2.
or
Press
 
 
(  )
RETUR
VGR 13
1*-31.20
A
=-31.20
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Example 3: Returning of three pieces of the same item registered under department no. 13 with entering of
price via keyboard.
Step
1.
2.
Press
 
 
(  )
RETUR
VGR 13
3*-31.20
A
=-93.60
Press
RETUR
Butter
1*-31.20
A
=-31.20
or
Example 4: Returning of items registered under the PLU number 3.
Step
1.
or
2.
 
(  )

After pressing the  (REFUND) keys, the “RETUR” label appears on the display. By pressing the 
(PLU) key the name of refunded product is displayed in the upper right side of the display and the value and
amount of refunded product with negative sign is displayed in the bottom line.
Example 5: Returning of five pieces of the same item registered under PLU number 13 with entering of price
via keyboard.
Step
1.
2.
or
Press
 
 
(    )
RETUR
Chocolate
5*-31.20
A
=-156.00
Example 6: Returning of goods registered under PLU number 13 with entering of price via keyboard.
Payment was made with cheques (the value of refund flag is 1).
Step
1.
2.
or
3.
Press
 
(  )

RETUR
Chocolate
1*-31.20
A
=-31.20
NON-FINANCIAL PLU MOVEMENTS
There are four submodes in the registration mode that allow us to enter non-financial PLU movements.
These non-financial movements include:
•
receive on stock (stock increases),
#1
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Operation in registration mode
•
hand out from stock (stock decreases),
#2
•
orders (stock doesn’t change) and
#3
•
LAGER OUT
BESTÄLLNING
inventories (stock doesn’t change).
#4
INVENTERING
Operations in these submodes do not influence financial counters (grand totals, taxes, sale values for PLU,
DPT or cashiers). Operations „receive on stock“ and „hand out from stock“ does affect PLUs stock level. As
compared to the registration mode, some operations are forbidden in the non-financial movements submodes: registration using departments, refunds, surcharges, and discounts.
1) In registration mode, enter following key sequences to access the submodes:
 (ONE SUBTOTAL) for receive on stock submode,
 (TWO SUBTOTAL) for hand out from stock submode,
 (THREE SUBTOTAL) for orders submode and
 (FOUR SUBTOTAL) for inventory submode.
2) Register individual articles within chosen submode so as you would a normal sale (excluding the operations mentioned above).
3) Exit chosen submode by pressing  (FIVE SUBTOTAL).
Receipts issued in the respective submodes are clearly labelled with the submode operation name. Overall
informations on the operations done in the non-financial movement submodes are gathered in the PLU
report and cashiers report.
If the second extended flag, digit number 1 is set to 2 and digit number 2 is set to 1, then handing out from
stock is also conditioned by assigning an existing customer number, that is checked against descriptive
PLUs database. Only if the customer is assigned and validated, you can start handing out from stock. To
check for the customer number, the descriptive PLUs are used: the descriptive PLU name has to contain
maximum eight-digit number that is identical to the customer number. If the customer number contains less
than eight numerals, it is fill up from left by zeros (e. g. customer number 5682 becomes to 00005682).
ACCOUNTING DURING THE EURO PHASES
Before reading this chapter, it would be helpful to read the chapter “Basic terms regarding introduction of
the Euro currency” and also “Accounting with a foreign currency”.
The electronic cash register Euro-200TE can handle accounting with a main and a foreign currency and
also works with special Euro phases designed for the changeover of the main currency, which includes dual
display and dual currency circulation.
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Important notice :
•
The cash register can work with the main currency, a secondary (foreign or conversion currency) and a
third currency for printing and displaying of information during the conversion period.
•
Combined payment methods like cash, check and credit are allowed only with the main currency.
•
In the foreign – dual currency, only cash payment, received on account and pay out operations are allowed.
•
By combining local and foreign (dual) currencies, the cash back value is in the main – local currency
even when paying with a foreign currency.
•
To switch between currencies, the electronic cash register should have the foreign currency programmed or the Euro phase should be started.
•
•
•
•
The change of the currency can be done after pressing the  (SUBTOTAL) key along with the 
(PRICE) key. After pressing the  (PRICE), key, the switched – main currency in which the subsequent operations will be recorded appears on the display. Switching back to the main currency can be
done by pressing the  (PRICE) key again. If the  (PRICE) key is not pressed, the currency will be
the actual main currency.
The main currency can differ during the Euro phases.
Switching the currency with the  (PRICE) key, as the exchange rate for conversion will be the programmed value in the setting of the foreign currency or the conversion rate during Euro phase.
All operations with both local and foreign (dual) currencies such as payment with cash, check, credit,
paid out and received on account, are recorded separately and printed separately on reports for each
currency.
Use of a foreign currency
Before using a foreign currency, this must be programmed. The programming procedure is included in the
programming section of this manual.
Procedure:
After pressing the  (SUBTOTAL) key, the purchase value in local currency will appear on the display. By
pressing the  (PRICE) key, this value will then be calculated according to the  (PRICE) set exchange
rate for the foreign currency. If the (PRICE) key is pressed one more time, the value will be switched back to
the local currency. After switching to the correct currency, the payment value and the payment method can
be chosen. Any payment method can be used with local currency, though only cash payment is allowed in
a foreign currency.
Example: Buying a jacket for 870 SEK. The customer will pay 20 EUR with cash, 350 SEK with a credit card
and the rest with cash in SEK.
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Procedure:
After registering all items
Step
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press



or 


or. 

08:42:13 Tue. 05-05-2009
01*000002
CASHIER1
Black coat
=870.00
SUBTOTAL
870.00
-------------------------------AVRUNDING
0.00
MOMS 25%
174.00
TOTAL MOMS
174.00
TOTALT SEK
870.00
-------------------------------Växlingskurs
1EUR=10.4700 SEK
TOTAL EUR
83.09
KONTANT EUR
20.00
KORD SEK
350.00
KONTANT SEK
310.00
KVITTONR
3
Example: Receive on account of 500,00 €
Step
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press


or 

enter name (not necessary)

UTBETALT
VEM:
ORSAK:
SIGNATUR:
KONTANT
Brown
Initial cash
EUR 500.00
enter reason (not necessary)

The first Euro phase - dual currency display
7.
Dual currency display can be started after the official declaration of the exchange rate by the authorities.
After starting this phase, the informational conversion will be displayed and printed out on the bottom of
each receipt to inform about the relation between the main (local currency) and the future currency.
The procedure for how to set this is described in the programming section of this manual.
In this phase, the electronic cash register is working with three currencies. The main currency is the actual,
local currency. The dual currency is the future currency that will be used (EUR) and third, foreign currency
can be used for payment (this could also be the Euro with an individual exchange rate). The dual currency
is used only for dual display, which is calculated according to the official exchange rate. Only cash payments
are allowed in the foreign currency. Cash back is handled in the local currency. The dual display currency
and the foreign currency can have the same name with a different exchange rate. The second currency
can have an exchange rate declared by the government and the foreign currency can have the individual
market rate.
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TOTALT SEK
870.00
-------------------------------Inform. beräkning
TOTALT EUR
83.07
Växlingskurs
1EUR=10.4735 SEK
-------------------------------Val.kurs
1EUR=10.2365 SEK
TOTALT EUR
84.99
KONTANT EUR
30.00
KONTANT SEK
563.00
The second Euro phase
The electronic cash register is working only with two currencies, the main currency – the EUR – and the
secondary (foreign) currency – the SEK. A third foreign currency cannot be used. The main currency could
be, for example, the Euro and the secondary currency the Swedish crown. During payment, both currencies
can be used and cash handed back will be only in the main currency – the Euro.
Before first use of the electronic cash register in the second Euro phase, each PLU and DPT price has to
be converted to the new currency, manually or with help of the PC communication software. The cumulative
sum – GT is converted automatically on the basis of the conversion rate.
Payment in second Euro phase
Upon pressing the  (SUBTOTAL) key during a sale, the displayed purchase value is displayed in the
main currency (Euro). If the key  (PRICE) is pressed, the purchase value is converted to the secondary
currency – the SEK – on basis of the conversion rate. If the [Price] key is pressed again, the price will again
appear in the local currency – the EUR. After the currency is selected, subsequent operation will be done in
the chosen currency. Only cash payment is allowed in the secondary currency. The cash back value in this
phase is in the main currency – the EUR.
Example: Buying a jacket for 80 EUR. The customer will pay 20 EUR with cash, 20 EUR with credit and the
rest with cash in secondary currency – SEK.
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Procedure:
After registering all goods
Step
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press


or 

or 


Black coat
80.00
SUBTOTAL
80.00
-------------------------------MOMS 25%
16.00
MOMS TOTAL
16.00
TOTALT EUR
80.00
-------------------------------Inform. beräkning
TOTALT SEK
837.00
Växlingskurs
1EUR=10.4735 SEK
-------------------------------KONTANT EUR
20.00
KORD EUR
20.00
Val.kurs
1EUR=10.2365 SEK
KONTANT SEK
419.00
Example: Paid out of 2 000,00 SEK in second Euro phase.
Step
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Press


or 

enter name (not necessary)

UTBETALT
VEM:
ORSAK:
SIGNATUR:
KONTANT
Brown
Initial cash
SEK 2000.00
enter reason (not necessary)

The third Euro phase
The main currency is the Euro currency and the Swedish crown is the currency for informational conversion
and display and the third currency can be any other foreign currency. Payment or value transfer operations
can be done with the foreign currency. The displayed dual currency is used only for informational displaying
of the currency conversion.
Procedure for registering:
By pressing the key  (SUBTOTAL) during a sale, the displayed purchase value is displayed in the main
currency (Euro). If the key  (PRICE)is pressed, the purchase value is converted to the secondary currency – the SEK – on the basis of the conversion rate. If the key [Price] is pressed again, the price will appear
in the local currency – the EUR. After choosing the currency, subsequent operations will be recorded in
that currency.
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Example: Buying a jacket for 80 EUR. The customer will pay 30$ cash, 20 EUR with credit and the rest with
cash in Euro.
Procedure:
After registering of all goods
Step
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press



or. 


or. 

Black coat
80.00
SUBTOTAL
80.00
-------------------------------MOMS 25%
16.00
TOTAL MOMS
16.00
TOTALT EUR
80.00
-------------------------------Inform. beräkning
TOTAL SEK
837.00
Växlingskurs
1EUR=10.4735 SEK
-------------------------------Val.kurs
1EUR=1.45670 USD
TOTALT USD
116.54
KONTANT USD
30.00
KORD EUR
20.00
KONTANT SEK
39.41
Completion of dual display of informational currency conversion
After completion of the dual display period, the main currency will be the Euro, and the secondary currency
can be any other foreign currency and no informational conversion will be displayed. Setting this phase is
described in the programming section of this manual.
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REPORTS
Reports
HOW TO PRINT OUT REPORTS
There are two modes for printing reports: “X” mode and “Z” mode.
Use “X” mode reports if it is necessary to obtain sales information since the last resetting. It is used to generate reports during the day, between two shifts, etc. The reading may be made in any numbers, it does
not affect the cash register memory.
Use “Z” mode reports when you need to print reports and to clear the register’s memory. “Z” report is usually carried out once a day after finalising the daily sales.
GENERATED REPORTS
Table 5.1. Generated reports
Report
“X” mode
Department
•
“Z” mode
PLU
•
PLU Stock
•
Cashier
•
Financial
•
Total (daily)
•
•
Periodical
•
•
Hours daily
•
•
Hours periodical (monthly) •
•
Combined
•
•
El. journal
•
•
PC sale data
•
•
In the “Z” mode the department report, the cashiers report and the financial report are carried out within
the total “Z” report.
REPORTS CONTENTS
Report menu
This function allows the user to choose from a list on the display and to execute any report that is available
on the electronic cash register. This menu can be accessed after switching to X or Z mode by pressing the
 key. A list of available reports with a description of their order number and the key that starts the report
“Print – TL“ will appear on the display.
X
TOTALRAPPORT
1
Print - KONT
Shifting between items can be  done using the  or [RA] keys to switch to the next item and
with the , key to go back to the previous item in the list. To execute a report, press , the electronic
cash register will then be ready for confirmation -  or cancel - .
Notice:
Only reports that are available in the chosen mode appear in the reports list.
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List of reports from the menu
Euro-200TE
X mode:
1. TOTALRAPPORT
2. PERIODISK RAPPORT
3. KASSo:RSRAPPORT
4. VGR RAPPORT
5. PLU RAPPORT
6. LAGERRAPPORT
7. SAMMANSTa:LLNING
8. KOMBINERAD RAPPORT
9. TIMRAPPORT DAG
10. TIMRAPPORT PERIOD.
11. TXT JOURNAL
12. BIN JOURNAL
Z mode:
1. TOTALRAPPORT
2. PERIODISK RAPPORT
3. PLU RAPPORT
4. KOMBINERAD RAPPORT
5. TIMRAPPORT DAG
6. TIMRAPPORT PERIOD.
7. TXT JOURNAL
Department report
When printing a full department report, only departments with non-zero sales are printed.
Department report is included in the daily and monthly report.
Report contains:
1) Name of the department
2) Number of items sold in the department
3) Total value of the items sold in department
4) Total value of sales including all departments
In the “Z” mode it is possible to print the department report only within the total “Z” report. See chapter
regarding total daily “Z” report.
PLU report
Three different types of PLU reports can be printed: the individual PLU report, report of PLU range, and the
full PLU report. Each of these types can contain the PLU number (depends on the report mode) and stock
status according to the setting of second PLU flag.
When printing a PLU report, only PLUs with non-zero sales are printed.
A PLU report contains:
1) Number of the PLU (selective according to the mode of report function calling)
2) The name of the PLU
3) Number of sold PLUs
4) Financial value of sold PLUs
5) PLU stock status (according to the setting of the second PLU flag)
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Reports
The full PLU report prints also the total financial value of sales from the last reset. PLUs that were not activated are not printed.
The report also prints out overall informations about non-financial PLU movements (receive/hand out from
stock, orders and inventories), total value and values for individual PLUs.
PLU stock report
Euro-200TE allows to print more types of stock level reports: stock level report of one PLU, stock level report
of the range of PLUs and total stock level report.
Only stock of programmed PLUs (with non zero price) is printed in PLU stock report.
Report contains:
1. PLU number (selective according to the mode of report function calling)
2. PLU name
3. Current PLU stock level
Financial report
The financial report contains:
1) Value of cumulative totals (grand totals) GT1, GT2 and GT3
2) Taxable amounts and taxes of all tax levels
3) Overall sales value
4) Overall sales value without tax
5) Value of total tax
6) Number and value of voids
7) Number and value of refunds
8) Number of drawer openings. This counter is incremented each time the drawer is opened from R
or T mode
9) Number of printed duplicate receipts and their value. Only duplicate receipts from R mode are counted
10) Number of receipts and their value from training mode. Only purchase receipts from T mode are
counted
11) Number and value of discounts
12) Number and value of add-ons
13) Number and value received by cash payment
14) Number and value received by cash in foreign currency (SEK)
15) Number and value received by check payment
16) Number and value received by credit card payment
17) Number and value received on accounts by cash
18) Number and value received on accounts by cash in foreign currency (SEK)
19) Number and value received on account by cheques
20) Number and value paid out by cash
21) Number and value paid out by cash in foreign currency (SEK)
22) Number and value paid out by cheques
23) Cash value in the cash drawer
24) Cash value in the cash drawer in foreign currency (SEK)
25) Cheque value in the cash drawer
26) Credit value in the cash drawer
None of the above categories with zero values will be printed (excepting tax informations). In the “Z” mode
the financial report is printed only within of the total “Z” report. See chapter regarding total daily “Z” report.
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Cashier report
When printing the full cashiers report, only non-zero values will be printed.
The cashier report prints:
1) The cashier’s name
2) The number of sales transactions (number of customers) per cashier
3) Total sales value for each cashier
4) Total sales in cash for each cashier
5) Total sales in cash (foreign currency) for each cashier
6) Total sales in cheques for each cashier
7) Total sales in credit for each cashier
8) Total value of receive on stock for each cashier
9) Total value of hand out from stock for each cashier
10) Total value of orders for each cashier
11) Total value of inventories for each cashier
In the “Z” mode the cashier report can be printed only by means of the total “Z” report. See chapter regarding total daily “Z” report.
Total daily “X” report
Total “X” report contains:
• consecutive number of the total “Z” reports that have already been executed
• department report
• cashier report
• financial report
Periodical “X” report
The periodical “X” report gathers financial data from the total “Z” reports in the course of longer time period (i.e.
a week, a month, etc.). This report prints all financial data accumulated since the last periodical “Z” report.
Total daily “Z” report
The total “Z” report contains:
• consecutive number of the total “Z” report being executed on the machine
• department report
• cashier report
• financial report
After printing the memory contents of the total “Z” report, is added to the memory registers of the periodical
report and counters of total daily “Z” report are then reset.
Periodical “Z” report
The periodical “Z” report gets the data from the total “Z” reports in the course of a longer time period. It is
usually printed weekly, monthly, or quarterly or as needed. After printing the memory contents of the periodic “Z” report, the memory is cleared.
Hours daily report
Hours daily report provides view of sales flow during the day and contains:
1. Hours summary
2. Number of sales and value of sales in current hours
3. Total value of all sales
Hours daily report must be performed always at the end of the day (otherwise there is cumulative value
from more days). After hours daily report is printed in “Z” mode, values are added to the values of hours
periodical report and counters are erased.
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Hours periodical report
Hours periodical report provides view of sales flow in current hours in total through whole month and
contains:
1.
2.
3.
Hours summary
Number of sales and value of sales in current hours
Total value of all sales
Hours periodical report is usually performed at the end of the month after hours daily report.
It is possible to perform it also in other period. Values of hours monthly report are erased after it is printed
in “Z” mode.
Combined report
A combined report prints out a daily and a PLU report together. The advantage of this report is that upon
printing a daily report, the PLU report is printed and automatically deleted.
This way, sale information is followed at daily intervals.
If the electronic cash register is stopped during the printing of a receipt, the printing will be complete at the
next start of the electronic cash register. If the electronic cash register is stopped during the printing of a
PLU report, the PLUs that were printed on paper will be deleted, and the rest will remain intact. At the next
start of the electronic cash register, the PLU report will be completed.
Electronic journal and sale data
These two reports are described in separate chapters. The electronic journal is automatically deleted after
printing.
Switch the cash register into the “X” mode: . Press any of the key combinations shown in table 5. 2
to print proper reports. The “X” report can be printed as many times as desired without influencing data in
electronic cash register memory.
How to print “X” reports
15-12-2005
X
11:07:39
For “X” PLU report with PLU numbers press keys  and for “X” PLU stock level report with PLU numbers press keys .
List of reports from menu
X mode:
Z mode:
1. TOTALRAPPORT
2. PERIODISK RAPPORT
3. KASSo:RSRAPPORT
4. VGR RAPPORT
5. PLU RAPPORT
6. LAGERRAPPORT
7. SAMMANSTa:LLNING
8. KOMBINERAD RAPPORT
9. TIMRAPPORT DAG
10. TIMRAPPORT PERIOD.
11. TXT JOURNAL
12. BIN JOURNAL
1. TOTALRAPPORT
2. PERIODISK RAPPORT
3. PLU RAPPORT
4. KOMBINERAD RAPPORT
5. TIMRAPPORT DAG
6. TIMRAPPORT PERIOD.
7. TXT JOURNAL
8. BIN JOURNAL
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Table 5. 2 “X” reports
“X” report
Key operation
Cashier

Financial
Departments
Full PLU
Individual PLU
PLU range
, , )
department button (

starting PLU number 
finishing PLU number 
Full PLU stock level
Individual PLU stock level
PLU stock level range
starting PLU number 
finishing PLU number 
Total (daily)
Periodical
Hours daily
Hours periodical (monthly)
Combined

El. journal with erasing
PC sale data
Menu reports
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Samples of “X” reports
The cashier’s report provides an overview of the activity of individual cashiers. The report provides a summary of the number of customers served by a particular cashier and the total receipts. This data permits
rewarding the staff based on total receipts or productivity and intensity of work.
The department report provides a picture of the sales frequency of individual articles within a group of products. The cash register provides data concerning the number of items sold and turnover in the department,
as well as the share of department sales as a whole.
*********
X
*********
CASSOSRAPPORT
********************
Smith
TOTALT SALE
4x
81.50
KONTANT
4x
81.50
LGER IN
1x
11.00
LAGER OUT
1x
5.00
BESTÄLLNING
1x
11.00
INVENTERING
1x
11.00
Hopkins
TOTALT SALE
5x
KONTANT
3x
CHECK
1x
KORT
1x
89.00
19.00
45.00
25.00
*********
X
********
* VGR RAPPORT *
*************************
Groceries
3.000Q
93.60
Dairy
6.000Q
111.60
Stationery
4.000Q
124.80
VGR TOTALT:
330.00
PLU report provides the most exact preview of each item sales. Example of report on the right side is without
listing the stock level and number of PLU. Example of report on the left side contains maximal available data
of PLU report. Because this report provides most extended data, we recommend to use a PC with attached
SW for programming of PLU, stock level control and for the sales preview print outs.
*********
X
*********
PLU RAPPORT
*******************************
00001
Apple Cake
6.000Q
30.00
LAGER
99.000
00002
Beef Soup
2.000Q
12.00
LAGER
100.000
00003
Beef Steak
4.000Q
48.00
LAGER
100.000
00004
Goulash
2.000Q
15.60
LAGER
100.000
00005
Boiled Noodles
9.000Q
45.80
LAGER
100.000
00006
Fruit Cup
6.000Q
12.00
LAGER
100.000
---------------------------PLU FORSÄLJNING:163.40
PLU LAGER IN:
11.00
PLU LAGER UT:
5.00
PLU BESTÄLLN:
11.00
PLU INVENTER:
11.00
*********
X
*********
PLU RAPPORT
*********************************
Apple Cake
6.000Q
30.00
Beef Soup
2.000Q
12.00
Beef Steak
4.000Q
48.00
Goulash
2.000Q
15.60
Boiled Noodles
9.000Q
45.80
----------------------------PLU FORSÄLJNING:151.40
PLU LAGER IN:
11.00
PLU LAGER UT:
5.00
PLU BESTÄLLN:
11.00
PLU INVENTER:
11.00
The total “X” report provides detailed sales information during the day. It contains sales information within
departments, total sales, the cashier’s share of sales, taxable revenue corresponding to the tax rate, the
number of corrections and refunds, and the cash or check amounts in the drawer. Sales are separated from
non-business transactions, i. e. received on accounts and payouts.
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The “X” report is often used to check revenues and cash received when the operator changes during the
working day. Management can obtain sales information at any time during a day.
The number of all total “Z” reports performed on the cash register is marked as Z1 and number of all periodical reports is marked as Z2.
15-12-2005
Z
*********
X
*********
TOTALRAPPORT
*********************************
*Z1#
0000*
*********************************
VGR RAPPORT
*********************************
VGR01
31.000x
175.40
VGR07
3.000x
56.60
VGR TOTAL:
232.00
*********************************
KASSöRSRAPPORT
*********************************
Smith
TOT.FoRSÄLJNING
20x
143.00
KONTANT
6x
143.00
CHECK
1x
11.00
RETUR
1x
5.00
FELSLAG
2x
11.00
ANNULERA
1x
11.00
Hopkins
TOT.FöRSÄLJNING
5x
89.00
KONTANT
3x
19.00
RETUR
1x
-1.00
FELSLAG
2x
45.00
ANNULERA
1x
25.00
*********************************
SAMMANSTÄLLNING
*********************************
GT1
286.50
GT2
232.00
GT3
-54.50
MOMSSATS A
25.00%
MOMSSATS B
12.00%
BRUTTO A
16,90
11:07:39
BRUTTO B
12.00
NETTO A
12.00
NETTO B
0.00
MOMS A
114.40
MOMS B
215.10
TOTAL NETTO
16.90
TOTAL MOMS
TOT.FöRSÄLJNING
0
22x
RABATT
0.00
0x
0.00
RETUR
1x
232.00
FELSLAG
2x
0.90
ANNULERA
1x
-0.50
LÄDöPPNING
OAVSLUTAD FöRSALJNING
KVITTOKOPIA
1x
-54.00
öVNINGSKVITTO
3x
-32.00
KONTANT
20x
-97.00
CHECK
2x
162.00
KORT
0x
25.00
INBETALT - KONTANT
2x
0.00
UTBETAL - KONTANT
2x
162.00
INBETALT - CHECK
0x
KONTANT
45.00
CHECK
öVGRIT:
SUMMA AVRUNDING
*********
X
*********
PERIODISK RAPPORT
0x
*********************************
*Z2#
0002*
*Z1#
0002* OVRIGT:
SUMMA AVRUNDNING
*********************************
VGR RAPPORT
*********************************
VGR TOTAL:
0.00
**********************************
KASSORSRAPPORT
**********************************
SAMMANSTÄLLNING
**********************************
GT1
746.60
GT2
745
GT3
1.29
MOMSSATS A
25.00%
MOMSSATS B
12.00%
BRUTTO A
0.0
BRUTTO B
0.0
NETTO A
0.00
NETOO B
0.00
MOMS A
0.00
MOMS B
0.00
TOTAL NETTO
0.00
TOTAL MOMS
0.00
TOT.FoRSÄLJNINGS
0x
0.00
RABATT
0x
11.00
RETUR
0x
0.00
LADOPPNING
0
OAVSLUTAD FoRSALJNING
KVITTOKOPIA
0x
0.00
OVNINGSKVITTO
0x
0.00
KONTANT
0x
0.00
CHECK
0x
0.00
KORT
0x
0.00
INBETALT-KONTANT
0x
0.00
INBETALT-CHECK
0.00
0.00
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Switch the cash register into the “Z” mode: . Press the required keys according to the table 5.3. If
a large number of PLUs is used, it is recommended that a computer will be used to print the PLU report.
How to print “Z” reports
During PLU report cash register allows by pressing  (REFUND) before pressing the key  to print of
PLU number in a front of sales data.
To execute a PLU report without printing, press . PLU sales amounts will be deleted
without printing.
Table 5. 3 “Z” reports
“Z” report
Full PLU
Key operation

Individual PLU
...
PLU range
starting PLU number 
finishing PLU number 
Total (daily)
Periodical
Hours daily
Hours periodical (monthly)
Combined
PC sale data
Menu reports
Samples of “Z” reports
The PLU report provides the most precise overview of the sales of each product. The sample report on
the left side is without stock printouts and without PLU numbers (without pressing  (REFUND) before
pressing  (PLU). The sample report on the right contains all information. As it provides the most detailed
information, it is recommended that a computer be used for PLU programming, for running store records,
will and for the sales reports print outs.
Number of all Total “Z” reports performed on the cash register is designated as Z1 and the number of all
Periodical “Z” reports performed on the cash register is Z2.
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*********
Z
*********
PLU RAPPORT
*******************************
00001
Apple Cake
6.000Q
30.00
LAGER
99.000
00002
Beef Soup
2.000Q
12.00
LAGER
100.000
00003
Beef Steak
4.000Q
48.00
LAGER
100.000
00004
Goulash
2.000Q
15.60
LAGER
100.000
00005
Boiled Noodles
9.000Q
45.80
LAGER
100.000
00006
Fruit Cup
6.000Q
12.00
LAGER
100.000
---------------------------PLU FORSÄLJNING:163.40
PLU LAGER IN:
11.00
PLU LAGER UT:
5.00
PLU BESTÄLLN:
11.00
PLU INVENTER:
11.00
*********
Z
*********
PLU RAPPORT
*********************************
Apple Cake
6.000Q
30.00
Beef Soup
2.000Q
12.00
Beef Steak
4.000Q
48.00
Goulash
2.000Q
15.60
Boiled Noodles
9.000Q
45.80
----------------------------PLU FORSÄLJNING:151.40
PLU LAGER IN:
11.00
PLU LAGER UT:
5.00
PLU BESTÄLLN:
11.00
PLU INVENTER:
11.00
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*********
Z
*********
TOTALRAPPORT
*********************************
*Z1#
0000*
*********************************
VGR RAPPORT
*********************************
VGR01
31.000x
175.40
VGR07
3.000x
56.60
VGR TOTAL:
232.00
*********************************
KASSöRSRAPPORT
*********************************
Smith
TOT.FöRSÄLJNING
20x
143.00
KONTANT
6x
143.00
CHECK
1x
11.00
RETUR
1x
5.00
FELSLAG
2x
11.00
ANNULERA
1x
11.00
Hopkins
TOT.FöRSÄLJNING
5x
89.00
KONTANT
3x
19.00
RETUR
1x
-1.00
FELSLAG
2x
45.00
ANNULERA
1x
25.00
*********************************
SAMMANSTÄLLNING
*********************************
GT1
286.50
GT2
232.00
GT3
-54.50
MOMSSATS A
25.00%
MOMSSATS B
12.00%
BRUTTO A
16,90
BRUTTO B
12.00
NETTO A
12.00
NETTO B
0.00
MOMS A
114.40
MOMS B
215.10
TOTAL NETTO
16.90
TOTAL MOMS
TOT.FöRSÄLJNING
0
22x
RABATT
0.00
0x
0.00
RETUR
1x
232.00
FELSLAG
2x
0.90
ANNULERA
1x
-0.50
LÄDöPPNING
OAVSLUTAD FöRSALJNING
KVITTOKOPIA
1x
-54.00
öVNINGSKVITTO
3x
-32.00
KONTANT
20x
-97.00
CHECK
2x
162.00
KORT
0x
25.00
INBETALT - KONTANT
2x
0.00
UTBETAL - KONTANT
2x
162.00
INBETALT - CHECK
0x
KONTANT
45.00
CHECK
öVGRIT:
SUMMA AVRUNDING
*********
Z
*********
PERIODISK RAPPORT
*********************************
*Z2#
0002*
*Z1#
0002*
*********************************
VGR RAPPORT
*********************************
VGR TOTAL:
0.00
**********************************
KASSORSRAPPORT
**********************************
SAMMANSTÄLLNING
**********************************
GT1
746.60
GT2
745
GT3
1.29
MOMSSATS A
25.00%
MOMSSATS B
12.00%
BRUTTO A
0.0
BRUTTO B
0.0
NETTO A
0.00
NETOO B
0.00
MOMS A
0.00
MOMS B
0.00
TOTAL NETTO
0.00
TOTAL MOMS
0.00
TOT.FoRSÄLJNINGS
0x
0.00
RABATT
0x
11.00
RETUR
0x
0.00
LADOPPNING
0
OAVSLUTAD FoRSALJNING
KVITTOKOPIA
0x
0.00
OVNINGSKVITTO
0x
0.00
KONTANT
0x
0.00
CHECK
0x
0.00
KORT
0x
0.00
INBETALT-KONTANT
0x
0.00
INBETALT-CHECK
0x
0.00
OVRIGT:
SUMMA AVRUNDNING
0.00
Electronic journal data
The electronic journal contains all the receipts printed on the electronic cash register since last time the
electronic journal has been erased (all receipts, reports etc.). You can transfer the electronic journal to the
PC and archive it there without having to print the journal onto thermo paper tape.
Warning:
Make sure you have sufficient tape in the electronic cash register prior printing the electronic journal. Before
printing, open the rear cover and place the tape’s end into the winding spool. Carefully archive the tape
after printing!
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BöRJAN PÄ JOURNAL
10:11:17 Thu. 30-08-2007
01*0002
KASSöR 1
Apple Cake
A
1*5.00
=5.00
Beef Soup
B
1*6.00
=6.00
Beef Steak
A
1*12.00
=12.00
TAXABLE VAT 19.00%
BRUTTO MOMS5%
21.00
NETTO MOMS O5%
5.67
MOMS 5%
3.33
TOTAL NETTO
5.67
TOTAL MOMS
3.33
TOTALT SEK
23.00
-----------------------------KONTANT SEK
23.00
-------------------------------10:11:38
Thu.30-08-2007
01*0003
KASSöR 1
Beef Steak
1*12.00
Goulash
5*8.00
SUBTOTAL
A
=12.00
A
=40.00
52.00
TAXABLE VAT 19.00%
52.00
BRUTTO MOMS5%
70.00
NETTO MOMS O5%
66.67
MOMS 5%
3.33
TOTAL NETTO
66.67
TOTAL MOMS
3.33
TOTALT SEK
70.00
-----------------------------KONTANT SEK
70.00
--------------------------------SLUT PÄ JOURNAL
How to erase text electronic journal
The electronic journal is the record of operations performed by the electronic cash register in binary/text
form. One can erase the text electronic journal using following procedures:
Press  (SCALES) key in X-mode. The text data of the electronic journal is printed and then cleared from
electronic cash register memory.
If you want to erase the electronic journal in “Z” mode, fourth digit of the first extended flag has to be set to
1 in order to print and clear the text electronic journal after printing the daily “Z” report.
Upon setting the first extended system flag, the fourth parameter to “1” and the sixth parameter to “0”, and
upon pressing the key  in Z mode, the electronic journal will be printed automatically with the daily
report.
If an external journal reader is connected to the electronic cash register, and the sixth parameter of the first
extended system flag is set to “1”, the journal will upon filling up to 90% or upon a daily report, be automatically transferred to the memory card of the journal reader. After successful transfer and storage, it will be
deleted from the electronic cash register memory.
The text electronic journal can be also erased using the PC-ECR communication (after successful transfer
to PC).
To avoid accidental clearing of the electronic journal, you are advised to authorise only a single cashier for
„P“ and “Z” modes and his/her login should be password protected. The password should be changed on
a regular basis.
PC sale data
This report contains all receipts stored in electronical form for their transfer to PC. These data are stored
only if third extended flag is set up for their storage.
Warning:
Make sure you have sufficient tape in the electronic cash register prior printing the electronic journal.
Before printing, open the rear cover and place the tape’s end into the winding spool. Each receipt (sale)
consists of receipt header, sold article data and financial data.
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Receipt header consist of three rows. The contents of each row are
as follows:
1st header row:
1st value: sale type:
0 – normal sale,
1 – receive on stock,
2 – hand out from stock,
3 – order,
4 – inventory
2nd value: sale/movement date
3rd value: sale/movement time
2nd header row:
cashier name
3rd header row:
1st value: receipt number
2nd value: # document number
3rd value: electronic cash register number
4th value: $ number of articles in the sale
***************** X **********************
*******************************
FoRSÄLJNINGSDATA FoR PC
BoRJAN PÄ JOURNAL
0; 30-08-2007
10:14
KASSöR 1
4#000000000000000000
ECR1$3
P1; 1; 5.00=5.00; 0&P2; 1; 6.00=6.00; 0&P3; 1; 12.00=12.00; 0&A: 17.00; 2.70
B: 6.00; 0.00
T: 23.00
-------------------------------0; 30-08-2007
10:14
KASSöR 1
5#12345678ECR1$2
P3; 1; 12.00=12.00; 0&P4; 5; 8.00=40.00; 0&A: 52.00; 8.00
T: 52.00
--------------------------------FoRSÄLJNINGSDATA FoR PC
SLUT PÄ JOURNAL
Sold article data are divided into the several rows. A single row contains following data:
1st value:
Pxx: sale/handing out from stock of the PLU with number xx
rPxx: refund of the PLU with number xx
Dx: sale using the department number x
rDx: refund using the department number x
2nd value:
amount sold/handed out
3rd value:
unit price for the article
4th value:
= total sale value of the article sold
5th value:
bar-code type for given PLU & actual bar-code (if this doesn’t fit into single row, bar-code
is printed to a separate row)
Financial data are defined by presence of symbols in front of the numerical data, namely:
%+:
%–:
V:
A:
B:
C:
0:
T:
surcharge in the sale in per cent
total discount in the sale in per cent
total value of voidance in the sale
taxable value for first tax level
taxable value for second tax level
taxable value for third tax level
taxable value for the untaxable tax level (null tax level)
total sale value
Data that didn’t occur are not printed.
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How to erase PC sale data
The contents of the electronic journal can be erased if one follows these procedures:
Conditions in “Z” mode: set second digit of third extended flag to 1. Press 5x  (DRAWER). This commences the clearing of PC sale data in electronic journal without printing it to the paper tape (if the corresponding electronic journal flag is set).
If the electronic cash register has an external journal reader connected and the sixth parameter of the first
extended system flag is set to “1”, the binary journal is automatically stored to the memory card of the journal reader upon filling up to 90% of the electronic cash register memory or during a daily report if the fourth
parameter of the first extended system flag is set to “1”.
If you press  (DRAWER) and the corresponding flag for PC data clearing from electronic cash register
is set, then the electronic cash register will both print out the PC sale data and clear them from the electronic journal memory. If said flag is set to 0, then you’ll be unable to clear the PC sale data from the cash
register.
To avoid accidental clearing of the electronic journal, you are advised to authorise only a single cashier for
„P“ and “Z” modes and his/her login should be password protected. The password should be changed on
a regular basis.
The PC sale data can be also erased using the PC-ECR communication. There is no special protection
against clearing the electronic journal via communications. The PC sale data are stored in the electronic
journal memory only if the third digit of third extended flag is set to 1.
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EURO2A SOFTWARE
Euro2A software
The electronic cash register Euro-200TE is also deliver with the Euro2A software that makes programming,
reporting and set-up for the Euro-200TE user easier.
The software allows simple and easy editing and transfer of all possible cash register data (ranging from
setting of the system flags, through logos up to programming PLUs and departments), enables back-up of
the cash register data, processes sales data and many more useful functions.
The most up-to-date version of Euro2A software is available for you to download from company‘s web page,
http://www.elcom.eu.
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OPTIONAL
ECR ACCESSORIES
Optional ECR accessories
Cash drawers
The cash register Euro-2100TE allows connection of majority of cash drawers
that are based on solenoid opening mechanism (12-15V; 1,2A / 24V; 1,5A).
The electronic cash register is equipped with cash drawer interface by default.
The cash drawer is connected to the electronic cash register via a cable
that enables its automatic opening. The cable and the connector is easily
detachable. Small establishments will surely welcome the possibility to place the cash drawer anyplace they wish and open it automatically using the
electronic cash register.
Ask your authorised Euro-2100TE dealer on delivery and installation of cash
drawers.
Electronic scales
The cash register Euro-2100TE allows connection of multiple types of electronic
scales. The scales are usually equipped with the serial interface that enables
them to co-operate with the cash registers Euro-2100TE. It is possible to connect
two scales in the same time to the Euro-2100TE. You can use electronic scales also, without connection to the Euro-2100TE. The electronic scales that are
delivered with the cash registers Euro-2100TE are certified and equipped with
a communication cable upon request.
Ask your authorised Euro-2100TE dealer on delivery and installation of electronic
scales.
Bar-code scanners
Interface for connecting bar-code scanners is a default feature of the cash registers Euro-2100TE. In case you wish to use bar-code scanners, this chapter
will help you select the bar-code scanner suitable for your establishment. In
any case, we recommend consulting this decision with your authorised Euro2100TE dealer.
The bar-code scanner is connected to the electronic cash register via the standard RS-232 interface. The same interface must be available on the bar-code
scanner. The electronic cash register supplies +5 V DC voltage to power the
bar-code scanner. Both the ECR and the scanner must be programmed appropriately in order to work together properly.
Metrologic bar-code scanners are the recommended option for the cash registers Euro-2100TE. Ask your
authorised Euro-2100TE dealer on further information for bar-code scanners.
Metrologic MS-5145 ECLIPSE
Scanning after pressing a trigger, hand scanner without stand, power
supply 5 V, 72 lines/s, scanning range 140 mm, RS-232 interface (model 5145 R).
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Optional ECR accessories
Metrologic MS-6720
Combination of hand and stand scanner, great ergonomics, concentrated omnidirectional scanning mode,
flexible handling, adjustable stand, easy programming, low cost, power supply 5 V, 1 000 rows/s, maximum
scanning range 205 mm.
Metrologic Orbit MS-7120
Multidirectional, quick, presentable laser bar-code scanner. It‘s equipped with
holographic scanning technology for bar-codes. HoloPrism VLD technology allows focusing of rays in very large scanning field depth (0-215 mm). The design
is directed at use in limited space. Orbit is ideal for small stores. Its unique shape allows this scanner to be also used as a hand scanner for large packages.
The scanning head can be vertically tilted up to 30 degrees. Power supply is 5
V, 1,200 rows/s, RS-232 interface available.
Metrologic MS-9520 Voyager
Handheld laser scanner, hand and stand use. Row scanning mode, easy programming, scanning speed 72
rows/s, scanning range 205 mm, power supply 5 V, RS-232 interface (model 9520 R).
Ask your authorised Euro-2100TE dealer on further information for scanner types not mentioned here.
External keyboard
There are multiple types of external keyboards available for the cash register Euro-2100TE.
The first type of external keyboard is the EK-3000 keyboards that ideally complement the system in retail,
since their use is easy to learn and quick. The keys are fully programmable and of course it‘s possible to
easily replace the key labels. Every key on a EK-3000 keyboard can sustain up to 50 million strokes which
is 15 times more than a PC keyboard can sustain. The logging in of cashiers is made easy thanks to the RF
reader, which is an optional accessory of the EK-3000.
Another advantage over a PC keyboard is the programmable key layout,
along with pleasing design. The keyboard covers are manufactured in attractive green or blue, in grey or in wood imitation. The EK-3000 can also
be connected to a PC or any electronic device that is equipped with PS/2
port. The Elcom keyboard allow our customers to express their uniqueness
and identity.
The second option is the standard PS/2 PC keyboard.
Optional internal battery
The design of the Euro-2100TE makes it easy to use the cash register as portable and take it out-doors. It‘s
easily portable and with help of internal battery it can be used as back-up cash register in case of a power
black-out. Minimum battery life is eight hours.
External battery box
By using this device, energy can be supplied to the electronic cash register for up to 8 hours of use. The
time depends on the operations that are executed on the cash register (more/less print and account).
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Optional ECR accessories
External journal downloader
The cash register internal memory is able to store text and binary journal in limited amount. With help of
external journal downloader, you are able to download and store journal on SD, SDHC or MMC card without need of connecting computer or any other device to cash register. The Journal Downloader is able to
replicate serial COM port, function which provides connectivity of serial device like scanner or scale to the
cash register.
LAN connection options
The possibility to connect the cash register Euro-2100TE into an Ethernet network is offered by the RS232/Ethernet converter.
What is to be gained from this? You can save lot of finances, since this will enable you to create single
electronic cash register network that can be composed from various types of Elcom cash registers.
Optional programmable keyboard
It is possible to connect programmable keyboard to the Euro-200TE. It contains 10 keys, which are pre-programmed as PLU1 to PLU10. You can change keys functionality by description in the cash register programming
chapter.
Extended RS-232 ports
The electronic cash register ports is possible to extend by using module with two extra RS-232 ports. Like
that you can connect scales, PC, scanner and payment terminal at the same time.
New features of Elcom cash registers
The GSM communication widens the possibilities for ECR/PC data interchange. Detailed and quickly obtained data are crucial for proper management in retail. This modern technology will greatly facilitate connection with any of the cash registers Euro-2100TE.
Connectivity of the CleanCash and external journal reader provides an optimal solution to legal and usability
requirements.
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HELPFUL ADVICE
Helpful advice
INFORMATION AND ERROR MESSAGES
If it is necessary to inform the operator on the current status of the cash register, or the cash register is in
error state, the error messages shown in table 8.1 are displayed.
Figure 8.1 - List of the cash register messages
Message
Meaning
100%
No external power supply is connected. The power supply is internal accumulator. The percentage value indicates the status of internal accumulator charge.
ADD ON - DISCOUNT LIMIT OVER
Add on or discount amount limit over. Check the system flags.
ADD ON - DISCOUNT
TO NEGATIVE VALUE
Add on or discount to negative amount disabled.
AMOUNT DUE
Information about amount that has to be paid for sale finish.
BAR CODE DUPLICATE
Bar code is assigned to another PLU.
CARD NOT ACCEPTED
Credit card not accepted during EFT terminal payment.
CODE SORTING
the cash register sorts programmed bar codes.
COMMUNICATION ERROR
Communication error between the cash register and PC or EFT terminal.
CONTINUE ON SALE
the cash register is ready to continue on sale.
CREDIT CARD PAYMENT LIMIT OVER
Credit card payment limit is over.
DATE ERROR
Incorrect date entry.
DATE REVERSE ORDER
Incorrect date entry.
DECIMAL PLACES
LIMIT OVER
Second system flag disables sale with more decimal places.
DPT INACTIVE
Sale through this DPT is forbidden.
DUPLICATE PRINT
The printing of duplicate of last receipt.
ECR -- PC
The communication between the cash register and PC is running.
ECR AFTER REPORT
No sale from daily (total) report execution.
ENTER SERVICE CODE
Unblocking programming mode can be done only by entry of service code.
ENTER THE AMOUNT
OF CUSTOMER CASH
Enforced entry of customer cash before sale finishing.
ENTRY ERROR
Unexpected entry. Incorrect sequence of keys pressed.
FINISH PURCHASE
Maximum count of PLU in a sale has been reached (100), or maximum count
of lines in one receipt has been reached.
FLAG ERROR
Incorrect flag entry.
FORBIDDEN ENTRY
OF RETURNABLE PACKS
Operation of bottles not can be performed.
GT LIMIT OVER
EXECUTE REPORTS
Grandtotals reached the maximum amount. Execute daily (total) and periodical report. Call your service technician.
GT NEGATIVE VALUE
Performed operation caused negative Grandtotal.
HEAD OVERHEAT
Information on the thermal head overheat. Wait a moment until normal condition returns.
HEAD UP POSITION
The thermal head is in an up position. Move it down to enable printing.
ILLEGAL EURO PHASE
Access is not possible to this Euro phase.
ILLEGAL INVASION TO EPROM
Call for service!
ILLEGAL PAYMENT
This way of payment is not possible.
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ILLEGAL TAX RECEIPT
Receipt data has not been counted to the cash register financial data. Illegal
receipt.
INACTIVE TAX
Tax level cannot be assigned to DPT or PLU.
INCORRECT MODE
Incorrect mode. Finish operation before mode switching.
INVALID RECEIPT
Receipt data is not counted to the cash register financial data.
MAX. STOCK/LIMIT OVER
Stock amount reached max. 999 999,999.
MULTIPLICATION/LIMIT OVER
Multiplication reached max. amount 10 000.
NOT PROCESSED BARCODE
Bar code not processed during sale.
OPEN PRICE INACTIVE
DPT (PLU) flag prevents entry of price from keyboard.
OPERATION CAUSED/NEGATIVE STOCK
PLU flag prevents entry to negative stock.
PAPER MISSING
Paper is missing in the printer.
PARAMETER ERROR
Incorrect setting of the cash register parameters.
PASSWORD
It is necessary to cashier login.
PASSWORD DUPLICATE
Password is assigned to another cashier already.
PAYMENT NOT ACCEPTED
Payment not accepted during EFT terminal payment.
PERFORM DAILY REPORT
Perform daily (total) report.
PERFORM MONTHLY REPORT
Perform periodical report.
PLU INACTIVE
PLU flag disables the sale of this PLU.
PRESS KEY SUBTOTAL
Press subtotal.
PRICE HALO LIMIT OVER
HALO limit over. Check the flags of DPT or PLU.
PRICE MISSING
Programmed price is zero.
PROCESSING ERROR
Error occurs during payment through EFT terminal.
PROGRAMMED PRICE/INACTIVE
DPT or PLU flag setting prevents use of programmed price.
RECHARGE BATTERY
It is necessary to connect external adapter.
SALE
Normal sale mode. Data on receipt in R mode are counted to GTs.
SALE AMOUNT/LIMIT OVER
Sale amount reached maximum. Terminate the sale.
SCALES DISCONNECTED
Electronic scales are disconnected, or no data has been read.
SPLIT PRICING/DENIED
PLU flag disables split pricing.
STANDBY
Standby mode. Exit the “standby” mode by pressing the  (MODE) button.
TAX LEVEL INACTIVE
DPT or PLU is assigned to inactive tax level.
TAX LEVEL/LIMIT OVER
Particular tax level amount over limit from the last daily report. Perform daily
(total) report.
UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS
Cashier has no authorization to enter into this mode.
UNKNOWN CODE
Bar code is assigned to no PLU.
WAIT PLEASE
ECR executes operation that takes a longer time.
OFF&ON ECR
To correct the problem turn off and turn on the cash register.
REFUND CNT.LIMIT
Maximal amount of refunded items is reached. Perform daily (total) report.
CNT.LIMIT OVER
Maximal amount of discounts is reached. Perform daily (total) report. „DISC
Unknown batt. state
Battery status unknown, recharge the battery.
LowBAT, finish sale
It is shown when receipt it printing, when it is needed bigger power input.
Connect the cash register to power supply with external adapter.
Very low battery
Connect the cash register to power supply with external adapter.
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RESET CODE
Memory can be damaged. Call for service.
Battery checking
Checking battery condition.
Perform PLU report
While switching to the second Euro phase. Perform „Z“ PLU report.
Perform DPT report
While switching to the second Euro phase. Perform „Z“ DPT report
Perform clerk report
While switching to the second Euro phase. Perform „Z“ cashiers report.
BAD PSW
Password was not find in list of cashiers passwords.
Perf. hour.rep.daily
Message is shown when you trying to perform Hours periodical report without
Hours daily report performed.
Perf.hour.rep.period
Message is shown when you trying to switch into the second Euro phase
without Hours periodical report performed.
JOURNAL CONTENT FULL
PRINT JOURNAL
Print out the electronic journal to release occupied memory.
JOURNAL DAMAGED
PC data in the cash register memory are damaged.
JOURNAL FULL FOR 80%
Journal is full up to 80%.
JOURNAL FULL FOR 90%
Journal is full up to 90%.
JOURNAL ALMOUST FULL
Journal is full up to 95, it is necessary to print the journal as soon as possible,
since after journal fills up to 98, it is impossible to start another receipt.
TEAR OFF RECEIPT
AND PRESS SUBTOTAL KEY
Get ready for electronic journal printing.
DON’T TURN OFF ECR!
UPDATING..
Proceeding of software update, don’t stop the cash register !
CC COMM.ERROR XX
Failure of communication between the cash register and CleanCash. XX represents internal failure number of communication. The device is not connected or the communication settings are not correct. If this message will
be displayed after checking the settings and communication cable, contact
service.
CC FELAKTIGT KASSAID
INCORRECT POS ID
Incorrect ECR number (from 3rd system flag). Synchronize the cash register
number from the cash register with that from CleanCash.
CC FATAL ERROR
Failure of CleanCash, call service.
CC upptagen. Försöka igen?
The CleanCash is preceding data synchronization which is not allowing responding the cash register request. Wait until the CleanCash will finish or cancel operation at the cash register. By pressing key [ST] the cash register will
repeat operation and repeat communication with CleanCash.
CleanCash is busy. Repeat?
CC FUNGERAR EJ
CC NOT OPERATIONAL
CC INTERNT FEL
CC INTERNAL ERROR
CC OKÄNT FEL
CC UNKNOWN ERROR
CleanCash failure, call service.
CleanCash failure, call service.
Unknown error message send from CleanCash, call service.
CC COMM.SEQUENCE ERR
Internal failure of communication with CleanCash, call service.
ECR <-> CC
Proceeding of the cash register and CleanCash data transfer.
WHAT TO DO IN CASE OF POWER FAILURE?
Power failure
Power failure does not affects functionality of Euro-200TE, because this cash register is equipped with
internal accumulator.
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Failures of cash register as a result of interference in power network
Accidental failures of electronic equipment are frequently caused by the power network or by electromagnetic interference. In case of intensive interference in your working area, or in case of over or under voltage,
installation of protective devices can help significantly. Ask your authorised dealer or service technician for
help.
Signalization of internal accumulator conditions
The status of internal accumulator charge defines the percentage value in the upper left corner of the
cashier display. This percentage value informs also that power supply of the cash register is internal accumulator (the external adapter is not connected). In the case the charge is low (low percentage value) the
cash register displays the text Low BAT., finish sale for a short time and peeps alerting tone.
If the internal accumulator is very discharged and you want to charge it by the external adaptor, first of all be
sure that cash register is turned off, then connect the external adapter for at least 15 minutes (ECR is off).
The internal accumulator is charging even the cash register is turned off.
Care of internal battery:
• a complete battery charge takes 8 hours.
•
we suggest to charge a battery to 100 % and use it till cash register starts to signalize the battery charge requirement. Repeat this process three times at least (it elongates an endurance of the battery).
•
we suggest to change the battery in case of the battery decrease, e. g. shorter work cycle of the
cash register after a battery charge.
SELF TESTS
Self tests of the Euro-200TE cash register permit the checking of its functionality simply and quickly. Self
testing permits the automatic checking of the functionality of electronic circuits, display segments, keyboard
buttons, communication ports and the printer.
Self-test of the electronics and display
By executing this test, characters are gradually lightened on and off on the both displays.
Procedure for running the self-test of the electronics and display:
Customer display:
1) Switch the cash register into the “P” mode: .
2) Press  on the keyboard.
3) Press the  (MULTIPLY) button.
Cashier display:
1) Switch the cash register into the “P” mode: .
2) Press  on the keyboard.
3) Press the  (MULTIPLY) button.
Display test end is announced by a beep. You can continue testing other parts of register.
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Self-test of the printer
The self-test of the printer prints the identification data of the Euro-200TE on the receipt and journal. It prints
the program version number, cash register configuration (number of departments, number of PLUs), serial
interface and FM enable/disable information and the complete character set in standard size with related
hexadecimal codes.
Procedure for running the self-test of the printer:
1) Switch the cash register into the “P” mode: .
2) Press  on the keyboard.
3) Press the  (MULTIPLY) button.
The printer test end is announced by a beep. You can continue in testing of other parts of register.
Self-test of the thermo printer head position
Procedure for self-test running:
1) Switch the cash register into the “P” mode: .
2) Press  on the keyboard.
3) Press the  (MULTIPLY) button.
Self-test of the paper ribbons sensor
Procedure for self-test running:
1) Switch the cash register into the “P” mode: .
2) Press  on the keyboard.
3) Press the  (MULTIPLY) button.
Self-test of the keyboard
The self-test of the keyboard displays the position, hexadecimal code and name after pressing a key. The
test checks functionality of the register keys.
Procedure for running self-test of keyboard:
1) Switch the cash register into the “P” mode: .
2) Press  on the keyboard.
3) Press the  (MULTIPLY) button.
5) To finish the test press the  (TOTAL) button.
4) Press the individual buttons one after another and check the values on the display.
If the key is functional, its position, code and name will appear on the display. Press the  (TOTAL) button
to finish the keyboard test.
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Self-test of the keyboard II.
This second self-test of keyboard evaluate consecutive pressing of keys. If the cash register contains also
optional programmable keyboard self-test evaluate also this keyboard. If the keys are pressed in exact defined order as shown at the Figure 8. 1. (8. 2) and keyboard and its control circuits are working fine, test is
finished successfully.
1) Switch the cash register into the “P” mode: .
2) Press  on the keyboard.
3) Press the  (MULTIPLY) button.
4) Press the individual buttons one by one following direction as shown at Figure 8. 1. (8. 2).
5) To finish the test press the  (TOTAL) button.
Figure 8.2 - Keyboard
Figure 8.3 - Optional programmable keyboard
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