Toshiba MA-227-100 Cash Register User Manual

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TEC
TEC Electronic Cash Register
MA-227-100
Owner’s Manual
TOKYO ELECTRIC CO, LTD.
WARNING
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed
and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause interference to radio
communications. It has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
computing device pursuant to Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to
provide reasonable protection against such interference when operated in a commercial
environment, Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference
in which case the user at his own expense will be required to take whatever measures may
be required to correct the interference.
WARNING
“THIS DIGITAL APPARATUS DOES NOT EXCEED THE CLASS A LIMITS FOR RADIO
NOISE EMISSIONS FROM DIGITAL APPARATUS SET OUT IN THE RADIO INTERFER-
ENCE REGULATIONS OF THE CANADIAN DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS.”
“LE PRÉSENT APPAREIL NUMÉRIQUE N’EMET PAS DE BRUITS RADIOÉLECTRIQUES
DÉPASSANT LES LIMITES APPLICABLES AUX APPAREILS NUMÉRIQUES DE LA
CLASSE A PRESCRITES DANS LE RÉGLEMENT SUR LE BROUILLAGE RADIOËLEC-
TRIQUE ÉDICTÉ PAR LE MINISTÈRE DES COMMUNICATIONS DU CANADA.”
Copyright © 1989
by Tokyo Electric Co., Ltd.
All Rights Reserved
1-14-10 Uchikanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, .
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
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PRECAUTIONS auvvocorercarecrreorervarecodereciarecererenrmacenrereoo 1
. APPEARANCE AND NOMENCLATURE .........ñoeonccreococorerearoernecoaram 2
. MODE LOCK AND CLERK LOCKS ..........ece_cecodoooarorceco.ecenrecaeoneo 3
. DISPLAY LL RR ER A ee a ee ee ae a a a a a a ea aa ae 0 5
. KEYBOARD LAYOUT o.oo ttt tte et ee eee eee eee eee seein 7
. FUNCTION OF EACH KEY ........... tiie, 8
. REGISTERING PROCEDURE AND RECEIPT SAMPLES ............... 000... 22
. READ (X) AND RESET (2) REPORTS .............eeeen0reoreioerrenececeara 57
. PROGRAMMING OPERATIONS ..........ceererenoedrececrareonecoono arte 70
. VERIFICATION OF PROGRAMMED DATA ..........e.eecrenroncorarea0eaceiaoo 79
. PAPER ROLL REPLACEMENT AND OTHER MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS .......... 84
. SPECIFICATIONS i i i te eet 0 a 0 0 A 4 ee a 1 ea sa 14 a ee 88
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TO OUR CUSTOMERS
Thank you for choosing the TEC electronic cash register MA-227 series. This instruction manual
provides a description of the functions and handling of this register and should be read carefully to
ensure optimum performance. Since every consideration has been given to safety and reliability,
there is no danger of damaging the machine by incorrect operation.
Please refer to this manual whenever you have any questions concerning the machine. This
machine has been manufactured under strict quality control and should give you full satisfaction.
However, if the machine is damaged during transit, or there are any unclear points in this manual,
please contact your local TEC representative.
e The specifications described in this manual may be modified by TEC, if necessary.
e Be sure to keep this manual for future reference.
PRECAUTIONS
The ECR is a precision machine. Please handle it carefully considering the following guidelines.
REMARKS ON THE LOCATION
e Place it where no unusual temperature changes are expected.
e Place it on a flat and level surface with little dust, humidity, vibration, etc.
e Keep it away from water sources.
e Do not use it in direct sunlight for a long time.
e Ensure proper ventilation so that the machine is not exposed to excessive heat.
e Be certain to connect a grounding wire to prevent the generation of static electricity and
noise troubles. Never share the same power outlet with many other electric appliances.
REMARKS ON OPERATING THE ECR
e The keys on the keyboard function with a light touch. Avoid pressing the keys too hard.
e Do not handle the machine with wet hands, since this may cause electrical malfunctions and
corrosion of parts.
e Do not apply thinner, benzine, or other volatile materials to the cabinet or other plastic parts.
Such liquids will cause discoloration or deterioration of the cover. If dirty, wipe off with a
piece of cloth soaked in a neutral detergent and wrung out thoroughly.
e Ask your TEC representative to provide periodical maintenance to ensure the optimum
performance of the machine.
e As for other operations, follow the instructions in this manual.
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3. APPEARANCE AND NOMENCLATURE
Customer Display
Operator Display
Clerk Locks
Mode Lock
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4. MODE LOCK AND CLERK LOCKS
4-1 MODE LOCK (POSITION) (FUNCTION)
SET .... In this position, the register will allow
SET programming operations.
X MGR Key |
= A A 4 OFF ... The register operations are locked when the
REG
REG Mode Lock is in this position.
Key
OFF —Z
| + REG ... Normal cash register operations are carried
SET out in this mode. However the operations
MGR requiring a Manager Intervention cannot be
Key performed in this mode.
X ...... The sale totals in memory can be read and
the programmed data can be verified in this
position.
MGR ... This position allows to register all normal
cash register operations to be carried out in
the “REG”mode and the operations
MA requiring a Manager Intervention.
Key
[-] ... This is the “Negative Mode”, which auto-
matically processes all the entries in the
reverse way, i.e. positive items into negative,
and the negative into positive. lt is usually
used to return or cancel all the items once
purchased in a sale in the “REG” or “MGR”
mode.
Y — Z ...... All the resettable totals and their respective
counters in memory will be read and reset in
this position.
REG Key: The REG Key is used by the cashier or clerk who operates the
register. This key can access the positions of OFF and REG.
MGR Key: The MGR Key is used by the store manager or a person
authorized by the manager. This key can access the positions of
OFF, REG, X, and MGR.
MA Key: The MA Key is used by the store manager who will daily supervise
the collection of money and the printout of transactions recorded
by the register. This key can access the positions of OFF, REG,
X, MGR, [-] , andZ.
SET Key: The SET Key is used by the programmer. This key can access
the positions of OFF and SET.
The keys may be inserted or pulled out at the “OFF” or “REG” position.
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4-2 CLERK LOCKS
Key-lock Type (Standard) These locks are used to identify which clerk is operating
. 4 the register.
1 « 2 3
O) Clerk Keys (1, 2, 3, 4)
Each clerk should keep his/her clerk key. The register
will not operate unless one of these keys is inserted and
set to the correct position in the Clerk Locks. Each of
the keys may be inserted and pulled out in the neutral
position marked with the dot.
Push-key Type (Alternative Option)
This type may be installed in place of the standard key-
| 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | lock type mentioned above, as an alternative option.
Each clerk is assigned histher own clerk key (1 to 4).
The register will not operate unless one of these keys is
pushed down.
DISPLAY
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The Operator's Display (front display) is located at the top of the register just above the keyboard.
The Customer's Display may be used as Rear Display if it is keep in the receptacle or used as
Remote Display if it is stretched up and turned to the required direction. The display has two types
of display - - numeric display and message descriptors.
—|
<— OPERATOR'S DISPLAY
PLU
DPT RPT AMOUNT
ror Tn ZA AZ A ml
LI A US 24 4 1 4 14
v €v Vv V V V Y V VV V
: SHORT
SLP ALM REG (-} FS TXBL ST TL CG TRF
NUMERIC DISPLAY
AMOUNT (8 digits) :
DPT (2 digits) :
RPT (1 digit) :
PLU (3 digits; the DPT and RPT digits are commonly used for this purpose.):
Displays the PLU code when any PLU is entered.
le—— CUSTOMER'S DISPLAY —»
Displays the numeric data, such as amount, quantity, etc.
Displays the code which represents each Department key.
It stays lit
when repeating the same department entry.
Displays the repeat count of the same item. The count is indicated
from the second entry on, and only the last digit will be displayed even
if the count exceeds nine.
repeating the same PLU entry.
It goes out when
SLP:
ALM :
REG :
(-):
FS:
TXBL :
ST :
TL:
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MESSAGE DESCRIPTORS (TRIANGULAR INDICATORS)
Lights up when a slip has properly been inserted to allow validation.
it flickers to require a validation when validation compulsory status has been
programmed on the last operation.
Lights up with the alarm buzzer to indicate that the last operation or numeric entry
was an error. To clear the error condition, depress the [C] key.
Lights up when a sale item has been entered.
Lights up when the [RTN MDSE], [DOLL DISC], [% - ], or [ITEM CORR] key
has been operated. It also lights up when the [ST], [TXBL TL], or one of the
total keys has been depressed and the displayed amount is negative.
lt lights up also when an amount is entered in the “ [ - ] ” mode.
Lights up when a department or PLU item with a Food Stampable Status is
entered.
Lights up when a taxable item has been entered. It also lights up when the [TXBL
TL] key is depressed, indicating that the amount displayed is the sale total plus tax
due (in which case the “ST” lamp also lights up). This “taxabie total display”
function is also applied when the [ST] key is depressed if the option “Taxable
Total Display on[ST] Key Depression” is selected.
Lights up when the subtotal amount is displayed after the [ST] key has been
depressed.
Lights up on a finalizing operation with the total amount displayed when a sale is
finalized without any amount tendered.
When an amount tendering operation has been performed, this lamp lights up with
the change due displayed.
Lights up when the amount tendered is less than the sale total with the shortage
amount displayed.
Lights up also when all the sale balance are transferred to the new sale balance for
post charging.
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KEYBOARD LAYOUT
The following are typical keyboard layout for the MA-227 series. Since this series is designed to be
capable of programming most of the keys to be placed in the desired place on the keyboard, this is
merely an example. The keyboard of your register should have its own layout according to the
store's requirements.
--- Standard Keyboard Layout ---
— Department Keys
VALI
NS DATE RF JF % + Н/А РВ + РВ-
DOLL | ITEM
ja voiD | DISC |CORR|| | %- | PO | Chg | TRF
# ESM | TX1/M | TX2/M q g| CUR
EX 2 10 | СРМ
PR
OPEN 3 11 | MISC
LC FSTL
OPEN C @/ FOR 4 19 | TEND
RTN CHECK
MDSE 7 8 9 = 5 13 | TEND
AMT 4 5 6 ol dal TE
1 2 3
PLU {+31 AT/TI.
0 00 e | g| ST
Other keys not placed in the keyboard above :
Additional Department Keys (16 to 40)
[OPEN] [#/NS]
[4/CID] [TAX]
[TX3/M] [CUR 2] to [CUR 4]
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7. FUNCTION OF EACH KEY
On the following pages are brief descriptions of the function of each key. Actual operating procedures
and print samples are introduced in the next chapter.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page Page
[RECEIPT ON/OFF] ............ 9 ITEM CORR) ................ 15
[RECEIPT ISSUE] ............. 9 | [МОЮ] -............e eee... 15
IRF] A 9 HIR/AJ ........... e. e... a... 15
IF] ee 9 | [РО] ee encoder. 16
NUMERIC KEYS .............. 10 LIST] ooo, 16
Lo] eee eee eee 10 {[TXBLTL] ...........e exce... 16
1) re RRR 10 | [ATL] ........... e... 0000 16
DEPARTMENT KEYS ........... 10 |[CHECK TEND] ............... 17
[PLU] -........... 000 11 [[Cha] .........e... 00.000... 18
On 12 [[MISC] e. 00.0 18
[#], [CID] «ooo 12 HICPNJ ............. 0000. 18
[INS] ............ereorece.. 12 [[FSTL TEND] ................. 18
[АМТ] ........... a oreooo. 12 | [VALIDATE] ...... ee 19
[PR OPEN] ............. ee. 13 IIPB+], [PB-] ...........e e... 19
[LC OPEN] ........ñeereeom.. 13 |[TRF] verre eens, 19
[OPEN] ..........e ee eeern.. 13 | [TX1/M] [TX2/M] [TX3/M] ........ 20
[@FOR] ............... ..... 13 [[FS/M] ............ e... .. 20
[RTN MDSE] .........e....e... 14 НЕХ] vores, 20
[DOLL DISC] ........... e... 14 | [CUR] to [CURA] ............. 21
[%+] overt Lee 14 | [ТАХ] ee LL 21
ECTS 1200241 La a 1 1 1 1 0 a 01000 14
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RECEIPT RECEIPT ON/OFF SWITCH ([RECEIPT ON/OFF])
ON
This switch two positions available: the ‘OFF’ position and ‘ON’ position.
When in the ‘OFF’ position, no receipt is issued from the register and sales are
OFF printed on the journal roll only. When the switch is set to the ‘ON’ position,
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sales are printed on both receipt roll and journal roll, then a receipt is issued
which is given to the customer.
RECEIPT | RECEIPT POST-ISSUE KEY ([RECEIPT ISSUEJ)
ISSUE 1.
This key is used to issue the receipt of a sale when the sale has already been
finalized with the [RECEIPT ON/OFF] switch positioned to OFF.
However, the post-receipt can be issued even when the [RECEIPT ON/OFF]
switch is positioned to ON if so programmed in system option.
This key will not function if another sale is already under way.
The post-receipt may be an itemized receipt (i.e. all sale items and the total are
printed, just as for an ordinary receipt) or a total-only receipt according to a
program option selection.
POST-RECEIPT PRINT FORMAT:
ltemized Print
. , ... when the sale contains
Option: Itemized Receipt - not more than 20 items.
Total-only Print
. when the sale contains
more than 20 items.
Option: Total-only Receipt Total Print
RECEIPT FEED KEY ([RF])
This key is used to advance the receipt roll. It is operated by depressing the
key and holding it in that position until the paper has advanced to the required
position. This key is effective even when the [RECEIPT ON/OFF] switch is in
the ‘OFF’ position.
regardless of the number
of items in the sale.
JOURNAL FEED KEY ([JF])
This key is used to advance the journal roll in the same fashion as the [RF]
key. These keys are useful if the operator, due perhaps to an interruption
while ringing up a sale, is unsure which items have already been entered. By
using the feed key the operator can see which figures have actually been
printed.
The [RF] and [JF] keys cannot be operated simultaneously.
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NUMERIC KEYS (| |)
These keys are used to enter numeric values such as amount, quantity, or
code number.
The maximum numeric entry digits vary according to each item or
operation.Depressing the [00] key once is the same as depressing the [0] key
twice consecutively.
e) — DECIMAL POINT KEY ([. ])
This key used, as part of numeric keys, to designate the decimal point position
when entering a percent rate (through {% +] or [%- ]) or a quantity (through
[@/FOR]). For example, to enter 0.5%, index 0 >[ . | +5, or [. ] +5.
A maximum of three digits may be entered below the decimal point.
When entering a price or amount such as $0.25 just index 2 > 5. In this
case, depression of the [ . ] key is not necessary and will cause an error.
BE NO SALE KEY ([NS])
This key is used to open the cash drawer while the machine is outside a sale.
To operate, depress this key once. This function is usually used to break a
big bili, or to check the receipt and journal print condition.
A non-add number may usually not be entered prior to a no-sale operation
within one receipt sequence. However, it can be programmed to allow a no-
sale operation after a non-add number entry.
DEPARTMENT KEYS ([DEPT])
These are department keys through which sales items are registered. A
maximum of 40 keys may be installed. Each of these keys may be
programmed as either an ‘OPEN’ or 'PRESET' key.
JL
(1) OPEN DEPARTMENT KEY ([Open DEPT])
A department key which has no preset price programmed is an ‘OPEN’
key and it is necessary to enter a price manually each time. The price
is rung up on the numeric keyboard and the appropriate department key
is depressed. The price is then displayed and printed on the receipt
and journal roll.
When the same department key is depressed more than once
consecutively after a price entry, the price entry is repeated as many
times as the department key is depressed.
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(2) PRESET DEPARTMENT KEY ([Preset DEPT)
A preset key is a key which already has a price programmed in it. lt is
therefore unnecessary to enter the price of an item; simply depress the
key to register the sale of one item.
If a price different from the preset one must be entered through numeric
keys into a preset department, depress the [PR OPEN] or [OPEN] key
before the price entry, followed by the department key.
Single-item Departments
If a department is programmed as Single-item, the department entry sequence
will immediately finalize the sale as cash sale without operating any of the
media keys when operated outside a sale (i.e. when no other items have been
entered within one receipt sequence). The Single-item Department will
function, however, just as an ordinary itemized department if operated inside a
sale.
PLU | PLU (Price-Look-Up) KEY ([PLU])
A “PLU” is an individual merchandise item programmed with its own item code
(PLU Code) and its link department. Each PLU can be programmed to a
“Preset PLU” (to auto-enter the preset price) or an “Open PLU” (to enforce a
price entry through the numeric keys each time)
To enter a Preset PLU:
| PLU Code | [PLU] + The preset price will automatically be read and
entered.
Max. 3 digits (1 to 999) To repeat the same PLU price, depress the
[PLU] key only, after the above operation.
To enter an Open PLU:
| PLU Code |» [PLU] > | Price | > [AMT]
The price indexed through the numeric keys will be
entered. To repeat the same PLU price, depress the
[AMT] key only, after the above operation.
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CLEAR KEY (IC)
This key is used to clear a numeric entry or a declaration key (such as [RTN
MDSE] ) entry if prior to depressing a motorized key (a key to execute printing
of the entry, such as [DEPT] or media keys), or to correct any error condition
and cancel the alarm.
If the [C] key is depressed after a subtotal is once obtained, the subtotal
amount is again displayed. If the sale total plus taxes is once obtained by the
[TXBL TL] key or the [ST] key with the “Taxable Total Display” option,
depressing the [C] key there will display the sale total plus taxes.
NON-ADD NUMBER PRINT ([#]),
NON-ADD NUMBER PRINT/ CASH IN DRAWER KEY
([#/CID})
This key is used to print a non-add number (such as Check No., Credit Card
No., etc.) on the receipt and journal for future reference.
To operate, enter a maximum 8-digit number (the preceding zeros will not
be printed if any entered), and then depress [#]. The number is then
printed. This operation may be performed any time between sale items,
before or after all the sale items if the sale has not been finalized yet. The
numbers thus printed will not affect the sale total.
NON-ADD NUMBER PRINT/ NO-SALE KEY ([#/NS])
This is a dual-function key that has both [4] and [NS] key functions. If
depressed with a prior numeric entry, it will function as the Non-add Number
Print Key.
if depress without a prior numeric entry when the register is outside a sale, it
will function as No-sale key.
AMT AMOUNT KEY ([AMT])
This key is used to enter an amount or price for an open PLU. Refer to the
description of the [PLU] key (page 11).
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PRESET OPEN KEY ([PR OPEN])
This key is used to modify the status of a preset department. When the [PR
OPEN] key is depressed prior to operating a preset department, the preset
department is reversed to an open department and this allows an amount entry
through the numeric keys for that item only.
This key cannot be used to reverse a preset PLU to an open PLU.
OPEN — LISTING CAPACITY OPEN KEY ([LC ОРЕМ])
This key is used to release the listing capacity preprogrammed on each
department (or on each open PLU linked to the department accordingly). To
operate, depress [LC OPEN] before operating the department (or the PLU).
By depressing the [LC OPEN] key, the HALC (High Amount Listing Capacity)
of the department or PLU will be released to allow a numeric entry with two
more digits.
In order to allow an amount entry exceeding the value defined above, a
Manager Intervention is necessary.
PR-AND-LC OPEN KEY ([OPEN])
This is a dual-function key that has both [LC OPEN] and [PR OPEN]
functions. By depressing this key once, both of these functions are available.
AT-FOR (QUANTITY EXTENSION AND SPLIT-PACKAGE
PRICING) KEY ([@/FOR])
This key is used to multiply a department or PLU item entry by a quantity
(Multiplication Function). This key is also used to auto-calculate and enter a
split-package price (in such a case as a customer wants only two of five
tomatoes in one package; Split Price Function).
The basic order of multiplication is:
| QUANTITY | —» [@FOR] — | UNIT PRICE |
As tor details of multiplication and split pricing for various cases, refer to the
next chapter.
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RETURNED MERCHANDISE KEY ([RTN MDSE])
This key is used to refund money to a customer who has returned items
already purchased.
To operate, depress this key before ringing up the amount to be refunded, and
then operate the appropriate department (the department operation sequence
may be replaced by a PLU entry sequence). The amount is automatically
printed and deducted from the bill.
The [RTN MDSE] key can usually be used outside as well as inside a sale.
DOLLAR DISCOUNT KEY ([DOLL DISC])
This key is used to subtract an amount from the sale such as a discount during
a sale. An amount exceeding the sale total cannot be entered unless the
“Credit Balance” option is selected.
To operate, enter the discount amount and then depress the [DOLL DISC]
key. It may be operated after a [ST] key depression (Discount from Sale) or
after individual Department or PLU item entry (Discount from Department).
% + PERCENT CHARGE KEY ([% + ])
This key is used to add a percent rate to a sale. If the preset percent rate is
to be added, depress the [% + | key without a prior numeric entry. a rate
different from the preset one is to be added, enter the desired rate on the
numeric keyboard and then depress the [% +] key. The manual rate will then
be added.
Use the [% +] key after a department, PLU, or positive Previous Balance if
only that item requires the percent addition, or after the [ST] key if required on
the total bill. The percentage rate and the amount are printed and will be
added to the sale total.
The percent rate may be within the range from 0.001 to 99.999%.
Usually a % key operation after a subtotal is once obtained is allowed only
once. However, it may be programmed to allow more.
PERCENT DISCOUNT KEY ([%-])
This key operates in the same fashion as the [% + ] key except that operation
will subtract from instead of adding to a sale.
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ITEM CORRECT KEY ([ITEM CORR])
This key is used to remove the last item from a bill, printing a line through the
item on the receipt and journal.
To operate, simply depress the [ITEM CORR] key immediately after the wrong
item is entered and printed.
The item-correct function is effective even when a [C] key depression to clear
a numeric entry is inserted between the line to be corrected and the [ITEM
CORR] key depression. But when the [C] key is operated to cancel an error,
the item-correct is no longer effective to delete the last item.
The [ITEM CORR] key will function to correct to any last item entered through
a Department, PLU, [% +], [%-], [POLL DISC], [R/A], [PO], or [TAX]
(Manual Tax Entry), [PB +], or [PB-].
VOID KEY ([VOID])
The [VOID] key is used to delete an item entered previously (before the last
line item) within a sale, in which case the [ITEM CORR] key will not function.
To operate, depress the [VOID] key before a normal department or PLU entry
sequence. |
The [VOID] key will function to delete a previous item through a department or
a PLU, or a combination of department PLU plus % +/%- entry, but not any
other kind of items. |
The [VOID] key cannot be used along with [RTN MDSE] key. But quantity
extension (multiplication) and split package pricing possible with the [VOID]
key.
To delete a purchased item a sale already finalize, the [RTN MSDE] key will
be used instead of the [VOID] key. Thus the [VOID] key must be operated
inside sale, and the amount entered through [VOID] must no exceed the sale
total. However, when the option “Over- subtraction using [VOID] Allowed” is
selected, over-subtraction of the sale is allowed and accordingly [VOID] may
be used outside a sale as well.
RECEIVED-ON-ACCOUNT KEY ([R/A])
A received-on-account transaction is used to identify money which is in the
drawer but not due to business. The amount entered is thus included in the
In-drawer Total memories but not in the sales total memories.
To operate, enter an amount of payment and then depress the [R/A] key.
Repeat this operation if multiple payments are recorded within one receipt.
The payments entered are finalized by the [AT/TL] key if paid in cash. Other
media keys also finalize such payments if so programmed. The above
operation sequence can only be performed when the register is outside a sale.
The [R/A] key is also used to declare the payment amount near the end of a
charge positing operation.
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PAID-OUT KEY ([PO])
A paid-out transaction is used when an amount of money is removed from the
cash drawer without relating to a sale, for the purpose of paying wholesalers,
etc. When the [PO] key is used, the amount entered is subtracted from the
Cash-in-drawer Total memory but not sales totals.
To operate, enter an amount to be taken from the cash drawer and depress
the [PO] key whilst the register is in an out-of-sale condition. This operation
may be repeated if multiple paid-out items are registered in one transaction.
The paid-out amounts are finalized by the [AT/TL} key only (i.e., must always
be paid out in cash).
In a charge posting operation, this key is depressed to pay back all the balance
to the customer, after once finalizing the account with the [Chg] key.
SUBTOTAL KEY ([ST])
This key is used to obtain the subtotal amount (sale total pre-taxed) during a
sale. When this key is depressed after all the items have been rung up, the
subtotal of the sale is printed and displayed.
If the [ST] key is depressed more than once consecutively, the first depression
only will print and display the subtotal; further depressions will only display but
not print the subtotal amount.
TAXABLE TOTAL KEY ([TXBL TL])
This key is used to display the contents of the sale total plus any taxes due.
The amount will only display but not print.
In order to allow add-on operations following the use of this key, the taxes are
not added into any total memories until actual finalization is initiated.
Mandatory depression of this key prior to finalizing a sale is a program option.
In charge posting, depress the [TXBL TL] key displays the amount including
tax, but excluding the previous balance.
CASH AMOUNT TENDERED / CASH TOTAL KEY ([AT/TL])
-- Cash Media Key
This key is used to record all cash paid on transactions, and will be able to
finalize a sale operation. Usually this key is programmed to function as both
“Tender” and “Total” key. However, the key may be programmed to operate
only with enforced tendering or only as a cash total key.
TENDER FUNCTION
After the [ST] key is depressed, enter the amount tendered by the customer
in payment of the sale, and then depress the [AT/TL] key. The change is
automatically computed, displayed, and printed.
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if the amount tendered is smaller than the sale total, it prints the amount
tendered on the receipt with the balance due displayed, but the drawer is
not yet opened. In this case, ask the customer for additional payment in
cash and repeat the same amount-tendering operation, or use another
media key if the balance due is processed as a sale in that media.
NOTE: Even if [ATITL] is programmed to function as Tender-only key and
the sale total is zero or negative, no amount tendered can be
entered. In this case, [ATITL] will function just as the Total key,
so just depress [AT/TL] to obtain the total and finalize the sale.
The balance in negative indicates that the amount must be paid
back to the customer in cash.
TOTAL FUNCTION
To obtain the total and finalize a cash sale, depress the [AT/TL] key only.
The sale is finalized with the total printed and displayed, and the drawer
opens.
f the “[TXBL TL] Compulsory” option is selected, a [TXBL TL] key
depression is always required before finalizing a sale. (The [TXBL TL] key
is replaced by the [ST] key if the [ST] key is programmed with “[TXBL
TL)” key functions.)
The [AT/TL] key is also used to finalize Received-on-Account payments or
Paid-Out amounts.
CHECK TENDER KEY ([CHECK TENDI)
This is one of the non-cash media keys, and is used to cash a check when the
register is outside a sale, or to finalize the transaction as a check payment.
CHECK CASHING WITH NO PURCHASE
When the register is outside a sale, enter the check amount and depress the
[CHECK TEND] key. A receipt is issued and the drawer is opened to
enable exchange. However, this cashing function may be prohibited by a
program selection.
FINALIZING AS CHECK PAYMENT
For finalizing a sale with [CHECK TEND], refer to the [AT/TL] key
description. The [CHECK TEND] key is usually programmed to function
as a Tender-only key. However, it may be programmed to function as a
Total-only key or as both Tender and Total key, just as [AT/TL].
The [CHECK TEND] key is also used to finalize Received-on-Account
payments when paid in check, if programmed to allow it.
When the key is programmed to allow tendering, over-tendering and/or short-
tendering using this key may also be programmed to be prohibited.
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CHARGE KEY ([Chg])
This is another non-cash media key, and is usually programmed as a “Charge
Sale Total” key. However, it may be programmed to be a key for other media
such as payments by credit card. To operate as a general charge sale
finalizing key, depress [Chg], instead of [AT/TL], to obtain the total and
finalize the sale.
This key has exactly the same functions and programmabilities as the [CHECK
TEND] key except that [Chg] is usually programmed as Total-oniy key but not
Tender key.
MISCELLANEOUS MEDIA KEY ([MISC])
This is one of the additional non-cash media keys that may be installed besides
[CHECK TEND] and [Chg]. This key has the same functions and
programmabilities as the [CHECK TEND] key, and is usually used as the
Tender-only key.
MEDIA-COUPON KEY ([CPN])
This key is used to finalize a sale paid in coupons. This key has the same
functions and programmabilities as the [CHECK TEND] key and is usually
used as the Tender only key.
FOOD STAMP TOTAL READ / TENDER KEY
([FSTL ТЕМО])
This is a multi-purpose function key associated with the food stamp tendering
operation.
FOOD STAMPABLE TOTAL READ
The first depression of this key without a prior amount entry during a sale
displays the food-stampable total, which indicates the maximum amount the
customer may pay in food stamp.
FOOD STAMP TENDERING
Next, the food stamp amount tendered by the customer is entered and
then the [FSTL TEND] key is depressed. If the food stamp amount
tendered is equal to or larger than the food-stampable total and if there is
no non-food-stampable amount included in the sale (accurately, a
maximum non-foood-stampable amunt of 99¢ may be included), the sale is
finalized and a receipt is issued. If any non-food-stampable amount is
included or the tendered food stamp amount is short of the food-stampable
total, the balance due is displayed, expecting for another tendering or
totaling operation in other medias.
The change by the unit $1.00 will be returned in food stamp (displayed in
the “DPT” portion), but the change portion less than $1.00 will be returned
in cash (displayed in the “AMOUNT” portion).
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There are three types of food stamp handling regarding the tax payment
system for the food stampable items, and the register has been programmed
with the right type for each area: |
(1) GENERAL TYPE
The customer may pay up to the food-stampable amount plus its taxes
due in food stamps. The FOOD STAMPABLE TOTAL read in the
display already includes the taxes due in this type.)
(2) 

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