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TEC
TEC Electronic Cash Register
MA-315-100
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 10 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 PRESENT APPAREIL NUMERIQUE N'EMET PAS DE BRUITS RADIOELECTRIQUES
DEPASSANT LES LIMITES APPLICABLES AUX APPAREILS NUMERIQUES DE LA
CLASSE A PRESCRITES DANS LE REGLEMENT SUR LE BROUILLAGE RADIOELEC-
TRIQUE EDICTE PAR LE MINISTERE DES COMMUNICATIONS DU CANADA.”
Copyright © 1993
by Tokyo Electric Co., Ltd.
All Rights Reserved
1-14-10 Uchikanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, JAPAN
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1. Introduction
Thank you for choosing the TEC electronic cash register MA-315 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.
* The specifications described in this manual may be modified by TEC, if
necessary.
e Be sure to keep this manual for future reference.
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2. Unpacking
<> y 8
\ D © о © © | ®
D Ink Roll (1 pc.) © Journal Take-up Reel (1 pc.)
@ Control Key (REG Key, MGR Key, MA Key, © Paper Roll 45mm x @50mm (2 pcs.)
S Key; 2 pcs. respectively) @ Stamp Ink (1 pc.)
3 Drawer Key (2 pcs.)
® Owner's Manual (1 pc.)
@ Receipt Cover Key (2 pcs.)
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3. Precautions
The ECR is a precision machine. Please handle it carefully considering the
following guidelines.
Remarks on the Location
Do not place it where unusual temperature
changes are expected or where it will be
subjected to direct sunlight.
Place it on a flat and level surface with little
dust, humidity, vibration, etc.
Be certain that the power voltage in your
area matches that required for the
machine. (The rated voltage is 117V AC.)
The socket-outlet shall be installed near
the equipment and shall be easily
accessible.
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Remarks on Operating the ECR
=,
The keys on the keyboard function with a y
light touch. Avoid pressing the keys too —
hard. Ч
Do not handle the machine with wet
hands, since this may cause electrical
malfunctions and corrosion of parts.
Di
Do not apply thinner, benzine, or other = ED
volatile materials to the cabinet or other CN
plastic parts. Such liquids will cause
discoloration or deterioration. If dirty, wipe
off with a piece of cloth soaked in a neutral
detergent and wrung out thoroughly.
Turn the Control Lock to OFF position
when all operations are completed after
business hours.
Never try to repair the ECR. Call dealer for
information of your local TEC &
representative.
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4. Table of Contents
page
1. Introduction ........2222 210 ua 1 1 1 a san» e”... .. 1
2. Unpacking ................. eee ue eue 10 uen 00 . 2
3. Precautions .....oxorrarooa Cheese tessa sues esas. ns 3
Remarks on the Location vv ttt itt tte et eet ere eee ee 3
Remarks on Operatingthe ECR ............ i iii a ea a a da a a ae 0 4
5. Outline of Preparation Procedure Before Operating the ECR 9
6. Appearance and Nomenclature ................... .. 11
7. Control Lock and Control Keys .......... ........... 12
Control Keys .....c_.._e_eceeocdrvoradaredeoearnornoordndaonroraovncoa 12
Control Lock ........ee_.eee_eceorcoresneeonaerarenronreosarmomena .. 12
8. Display ES ES # U N FF. SS EH WU EB я 4 % # HH EN BE NS EH a HN ut WW ин EE U a = FE няня ван и ви 13
Operator's Display .......ñ.oe._c_eeéec_eorrescooedorerconrrorecorarenrernenao 13
Customer's Display ........... iii tite ener ens 13
Numeric Display .....000002 002 2e 4 4 eee ee a a a a a ae a a ae 4 ee a a a a nan 0 14
Message Descriptors .............. Ce a aa 0 a a a 5e a ua sa eu 1 6e 0 a eu ne aa 6 14
9. Keyboard .............. censuses nora e... 15
Standard Keyboard Layout ............... cc... 15
10. Installing the Receipt Journal Roll ....... [5
Installing the Receipt Roll ........... RR Na LL 16
Installing the Journal Roll ....... Li iii ieee, 18
11. Installing the Ink Roll .......... asus se 000 eunranries 19
12. Setting the Time and Date ..... TEE encore . 20
Setting the Time 11122004 040 4 4 4 4 4e 4 4 4 4 ee da a a a a na a 20
Setting the Date ........2 00022 LL 22 Aa a a 4 ea 4 4 4e da a a a a ua a aa enana 21
Displaying the Time ..............eeeerxuorererioerecacorerverecera, 22
Printing Time and Date .........ce_..co_errereersrrereoarocaorarao, 22
13. Tax Table Setting 5 N a KR FW '®S 4 ® 8 4 BE AW OE NM SN BEEN SMW EGS B® “ = 23
Setting the U.S. (or PST) Tax Tables .................0..00000a0diacia, 23
Setting the GST Rate .............—e_.eereeoeradecedeaacorodreia 27
Setting the Non-taxable Limit Amount ...............o_.ee_ece RL 28
Tax Calculation Test .............._eeeeecooriecreaaroooereororaro, 29
14. Register No. Setting .......... : Ceara 30
15. Optional Key Setting a 3 8a E @ HN uw BF EF SS § SW HESS EERE BES ASRS
List of Keys ..........ee.eceoreorríoarerererteroerecca Er
Key Installation Setting ........ereeeeerreorrecerererverarreenerTeN
Blank Keyboard Sketch (for your planning aid) ...ceeeeeeerrecrereereraae,
16. Daily Operation Flow La a nana eu ae uen 105500000100 S
17. Cashier Identifying Operation ....................
(1) Signing Method ..........—eeeceorevrrerereerrrrert AENA
(2) Cashier Lock Method .........000000 00 0e ee eee eee eee ee ec etre
(3) Cashier Push Key Method .........000 0000 eee see 00000 PRE
18. Setting Preparation of Each Key and Transaction Entries
Receipt-issue/Non-issue Selection .........000000 000000 ee en ee Se ca 0e eee
Clearing Errors, or Clearing Wrong Declaration Key or Wrong Numeric Entries .....
Department Keys .....eooererecereraererererertertcarrenrermec.
Programming Department Keys ........rrr—remerereecereorrenenter
Sale Item Entries Using Department Keys ....—e.eeeereerrororaservene
PLU (Price-Look-Up) ........000000 eee eee rene e ee eee eee ee eee
Programming PLUS ......._e.reseeerererrroervereerrecreerrT A
Sale tom Entries of PLUS +... civ ie eine
Preset Price Open ......_e_.reeonvervao ee 4 4 4 4 8 4 8 1 ee a ee 1 C0 800
Listing Capacity Open .......000000 000 ee eee ee eee eee eee eee T0 eee
Percent Charge, Percent Discount ......e.-...eererereeeeceernerrerte
Setting Preset Rate for % Keys ......_ereeeresrreeerecrrorrernert
% Key Operations in Sale Entries ........... chun.
Dollar Discount ....ereseosrosrsecroreccorrerorverorerecarvenemcacin
Vendor Coupon .........2.000000 000 0e ea eee eee eee sa ea 00e sec 0000
Store Coupon .........0000 0000 0e ae eee ee ee ae ea et ea T1 01000
Tax Modification ...... TN
Food Stamp Modification ...........2000000 000 sen ess a 0e eee ee re 0er 0 |
ltem Correction (Last Line Voiding) ...e_—re.rreerreccreeovrceanerere
Returned Merchandise .......ree<—emrceonrecrrecnrrerevecrrverterecar.
Void (Designated Line Voiding) -.......ree.-eeeerreeovecreceraer Ane
All Void (Transaction Cancel) .....e.eoeeeerrrocesrrenecereerrerar
Non-add Number Print ....e.eoc<r—rrsesorrocorenctrverarevrrrnrerecveroa
Subtotal Read 8: Print .......c_eeceeorcoerrresrrrererconvedereoreco.
Taxable Total Read ......eéorerrorresrresrrrecorocosrenverenoearea»
Manual Tax Entry .....e.eereereresvreroscrroreoerrorecvernnEreA
Food Stamp Tender .....r._e.e..eceerrerereveccrrecnrerereeene. e...
Cash Total, Cash Tender ......0...00000000000 0 KERNE
Non-cash Media Total, Non-cash Media Tender ....eeo__eeeeserereerveroo
Multi-tender, Split Tender .........reee-rrrereveorvecrveceraarecenvA
Tax Exemption .....r.._eoresoorrerecorecerverrrevecareorrrre
Chock Cashing .....e_ererecssrorrorereecervocoorerecrrererecoro
No-sale .......re.xoereoorrdooeorrrcrsvrreovororeevornverevrecenmmaco
Received-on-Account Payment .....ñ._.re.—eresrersosnereorernecereere
Paid Out .........
Sale Paid in Foreign Currencies
Programming Foreign Currency Keys
Entering Sale Paid in a Foreign Currency 1
» mE = w BB # ® ® ®m 4 4 % EN = % # EH E & 4 4 & FB ER Box & & F #4 2 + ва
= & vu & + 2 7 ® B&W ON OE w oN в 4 § 4 = F ея ви
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Post-issue Receipt 0.0.0000 ii i i teh erie teen 85
Validation Print... eee ei rere eee 6 86
Print/Non-print Options on Sale Receipts ......ñ. RR KK KR 88
19. Operations in “MGR” Mode ........................ 89
items programmed to require Manager Intervention ........................ 89
Listing Capacity Release .......e.o_eoreroevcoreaoardvanorndaoordoneraada 90
20. Operations in “E]” Mode .......................... 91
21. Read and Reset Reports essen 92
Programming Operations Relating to Reports ........r..—ecorceoreaeresevocrnao 92
Programming Hourly Range Table .................c. cc iio... 92
Selecting Print/Non-print Items on Reports ........ñc.r_ceresvreecereereras 93
Taking Read and Reset Reports .............omxrescererdacveoneorevera 94
Fundamental Concepts of Various Types of Reports .................... 94
Report Taking Operation .........._er_—ecreceredsrrererderaconereaoao 94
Daily Read Reports ............. c.count. PAS 95
Daily Reset Reports .........22020 04044 4 ea 1 a a 4 4 0 4 a a ea ae a aan 0 97
Periodical Read Reports ..........e.eerenverearedenververcoercoo 98
Periodical Reset Reports ......ce..o.oederdensedaonooarvececradoo 99
Report Sample Format ........ iii i eee + 99
Financial Read or Reset Report (Daily or Periodical) .................... 100
-- Memory Balance -- 2000400 04004 4 ea 0 4 84 4e ee eee 103
Cashier Read or Reset Report (Daily or Periodical) .................... 104
Daily Hourly Sales Read or Reset Report ..................... 0 ..... 105
Райу РГО Веай ог Везе{ Верой (А! ог 20пе) ....................,.... 106
Daily Media Sales & in-drawer Read Report ......................... 107
22. 5уз!ет ОрНоп Зета ........................... 108
Programming Procedure . .......... iti iii teeters 108
Address 1.000 ee ee RR a Va aa LV 110
Address 2 1122010 44 4e a 4 4 4 4 a 4 a 4 4 4 A A A 4 4 4 A A4 a 4 4 A Ne a a a Na a LL 110
Address 3 1... 221040 4 0 0 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 A A 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 a 4 ea ae ua a a IL 111
Address à ....1202 2122 4 4 4 a 4 4 8 4 8 8 4 a 4 4 4 WA ee A a a a A Ne ee a a aa LL LS 112
Address 5 ......20 00 20e 2 0 1 A 4 4e 8 A 4e A A ee A A ee a ee a ee a a ea a ea aa LA 112
Address 6 ......22 0124 LL 22 4 4 44 у à A A 4 A A 4 A ea a ae a a a a aa a AN 113
Address 7 © titi tt tt 4 6 A A A a 4 4 4 A A A4 4 4 a a a a a a Ra eee 113
Address 8 1.122020 2 LA 14 0 0 4 a 4 a a à A 4 A 4 A a A 4 ae a ea a a a a a aa NL 114
A 0 aa ee 4 a 4 a a a 4 de de a a a A a a a A aa a AAA LA 114
Address 10 122202200244 44 4 44 ee 4 a a a ea a ea a aa a ea a a na a aa aa a aa 115
Address 11 ..........reeearecrva vienoraooraaedrdrdenoocrororoooendod, 115
Address 12 LL... 20211 La 0 14 4 4 4 4 a 4 4 a ea 4 4 A 4 A a ea a a da ANAL 116
Address 13 ....2 02011124 44 a a 4 ea a 8 0 8 a RR a a ee aa ea 116
Address 14 LL. ee 4 A 4 Aa A a a a A A ANAL 117
Address 15 ..........eememermmesercmac0vvreranerderarereveodred, 117
Address 16 .........—....e0srereevorxecdariaerarereredroo,oroododan, 118
23. Program Data Verification ........................ 120
Operating Procedure ..........c_o_eeruderduarreeraenooaconondecra 120
Department Preset Price Read ...........eo_—._ervxereaaoremarenaondrca, 121
Department LC and Status Read ............... nnn... 121
PLU Table Read .....e.,_eoorxcrcoorcescorecrrerdrervamererenrereca
Other Programmed Data Read ......e.._eóremsrorerorerereervoreerern.
System Option Read 1 ........_.e_rereresearererercererrerenoceve.
System Option Read 2 ........_ee_eeererreserocervacooeecerereros
24. Paper Roll Replacement and Other Maintenance ......
Replacing the Receipt Roll ........200000000 000000 ses seau en 00000
Replacing the Journal Roll .......... viii ern
Replacing the Ink Roll ........_e._e..eesvorercererrerearverenere.
Replenishing Ink to the Store Name Stamp .....e.e.e_reeeereoreneverree.
Manual Drawer Release and Lock .......e.er—resecerroreonererrerte.
Removing the Drawer ......r.._esreerecrrecoreecrecrrerecrorrorere.
25, Troubleshooting ....erce.-eorererasraEamernrmavenmav:
26. Status Clear and Memory Clear Operations ...........
Status Clear ....eQ.ceeeroererdoromecerorverevorecorerecverr rneneo
Sales Memory Clear ....... o eo_erxrcecorecoreerereoreecro<errórec.
All Memory Clear ......_ee_—oenrenerrecorroecorveroereermeD: eee
24. Specifications ............. icine.
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5. Outline of Preparation Procedure Before Operating
the ECR
This chapter shows the outline of set-up procedure of the ECR before actually
starting the ECR operation.
oa the cash register from the carton,
referring to Chapter “2. Unpacking” on page 2.
And take out all the parts and accessories.
@ Remove the tapes and seals for holding parts or
protecting the register surfaces.
Oo the power cord of the register into a wall
outlet. Make sure that the outlet voltage matches
that of the power required for the register.
Hm ЧЕН
FET ooo
@ Insert the MA key into the Control Lock.
| SET
© REG С
Turn the Control Lock to the REG position. <
OFF Z
SET
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E na the Receipt and Journal rolls (referring to
Chapter “10. Installing the Receipt/Journal
Roll”). Also, install the Ink Roll (referring to
Chapter “11. Installing the Ink Roll”).
0) If any optional keys are installed or relocated on
the keyboard, the optional key setting
programming must be performed first before any
other programming. Refer to Chapter “15.
Optional Key Setting.”
Oe the time and date correctly, referring to
Chapter “12. Setting the Time and Date”.
@ Set the tax tables, referring to the Chapter “13.
| Tax Table Setting”.
er era
When multiple registers are used in one store, or
to distinguish this register from others used by
other stores in the same chain, set the Register
Number referring to Chapter “14. Setting the
Register No.”
oor programming the register, such as
Departments and PLUs, according to the
requirement of the market and your store (refer
to Chapter 16 and thereafter).
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6. Appearance and Nomenclature
Printer Cover
Journal Window
Receipt Outlet
Validation Slot
Control Lock
Drawer
Operator Display
Used by the operator to confirm the entry
contents and the status of the register.
(page 13)
Customer Display
Provided for the customer to see the amount
entered for each item and sale total. (page
13)
Recelpt Outlet
The receipt for the finalized sale is issued.
Printer Cover
The cover for the Receipt/Journal printer.
Journal Window
The operator can see which items have
already been entered through this window.
Customer Display
— Operator Display
. “Power Cord
Keyboard
Validation Stot
Used to print the required item on the
validation slip. (page 86)
Control Lock
t selects the type of register operations.
(page 12)
Keyboard
Used to enter sale items. (page 15)
Drawer
Cash and other media are kept here. It
automatically opens on finalizing a sale.
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7. Control Lock and Control Keys
Control Keys
There are four types of Control Keys: the REG key, the MGR key, the MA
key, and the S key. |
The REG key is used by the cashier or clerk who operates ordinary
transaction entries. This key can access the positions of OFF and REG
of the Control Lock.
The MGR Key is used by the store manager. This key can access the
positions of OFF, REG, X, and MGR. |
The MA Key is used by the owner who will daily supervise the collection
of money and printout of transactions recorded by the register. This key
is also used by programmer. This key can access the positions of SET,
OFF, REG, X, MGR, [=], and Z.
The S key is used by the owner. This key can access any position
including BLIND of the Control Lock. However, to prevent programmed
data and sales data from being changed by mistake, use the REG, MGR,
or MA keys for transaction entries or report taking purposes.
Control Lock
The Control Lock has eight effective positions for different modes of
operation, which are accessed by the appropriate Control Keys.
(position) (function)
X MGR SET ... The register allows programming operations.
REG
=] OFF ... Nothing appears on the display in this position. However,
OFF — Z the power is being supplied to the register.
mea REG ... Ordinary transaction entries are carried out in this mode.
SET BLIND: Displays the current time while no entries are under way.
* not actuall .
printed. A The sale totals in memory can be read (X reports) and the
programmed data can be verified in this position.
MGR ... This position allows to enter operations requiring Manager
Intervention as well as all ordinary transaction entries to be
carried out in the “REG” mode.
[2] ..... This is the “Negative Mode” position, which makes entered
data processed reversely to the REG or MGR mode. It is
used to cancel or adjust sales data already finalized.
Z...... All the resettable totals and their respective counters in
memory will be read and reset in this position (Z reports)
BLIND . The register allows special programming operations and
memory clear operations.
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8. Display
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The Operators Display (front display) is located at the top of the register just
above the keyboard. The Customer’s Display may be used only as a rear
display if left in the retracted position or it can be positioned for viewing at
other angles by pulling it upward and turning it to the desired position. The
display has two types of display portions -- numeric display and message
descriptors (triangular lamps).
Operator’s Display
a D
PLU
DP RPT AMOUNT
SION |
ÓN 11 LIC CA mar
ALM 4 ОЕ О TIL est
R < p CG
OFF
_ 7
Customer’s Display
44 ED
AMOUNT
LCC Or po
1 1 FA Li 11] pst
p CG
_ 7
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Numeric Display
AMOUNT (8 digits for total display, 7 digits for entries):
Displays the numeric data, such as amount, quantity, etc.
When the obtained total or subtotal amount is 8-digit, the
RPT digit is also used for the amount display. When no
entries are under way and the Control Lock is in the REG
position, the current time is displayed.
DP (2 digits): Displays the code which represents each Department key.
It stays lit when repeating the same department entry.
RPT (1 digit): — 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.
PLU (3 digits of the DP and RPT are used for this purpose):
Displays the PLU code when any PLU is entered. it goes
out when repeating the same PLU entry, then only the
RPT digit will be displayed for the repeat entry count.
Message Descriptors (Triangular Lamps)
NN : llluminates when a cashier has signed ON when the Cashier
Signing Method is selected. (It never illuminates for the
Cashier Lock Method or the Cashier Push Key Method.)
ALM : — lluminates 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.
OFF liuminates when the Receipt-OFF mode is declared by the
[LOG/RECEIPT] key. In this condition, no receipts will be
issued for a sale to be entered. To extinguish this lamp (i.e., to
change into Receipt-ON mode for issuing receipts), simply
depress the [LOG/RECEIPT] key again. |
TL : lluminates with the total amount displayed when a sale is
finalized without any amount tendered.
ST : luminates with the subtotal amount displayed when the [ST] or
[TXBL TL] key is depressed.
CG : When an amount tendering operation has been performed, this
lamp illuminates with the amount of change due displayed.
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9. Keyboard
The following is the standard keyboard layout, which was initially set at the
factory. This register is designed to be capable of programming most of the
keys at desired locations or adding some optional keys in place of the current
keys. If you are in need of changing the locations or adding keys, see Chapter
“15. Optional Key Setting”.
Standard Keyboard Layout
„LOG 1 ams | RF | JE [RECEPTIDOLLY op + | 9% —
MDSEJOPENJoPEN| EX | PN | CPN| 4 | 20
тем TY FO ro | ас
eM © leroa| „| | alMISC
FSM| 7 | 8 | 9 al o| +s]TEND
ola 56] | oo |
AMT| 1 | 2 | 3 | | ST
совя| 0 [00 | + | | | AM
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10. Installing the Receipt/Journal Roll
Installing the Receipt Roll
9
y MGR Turn the Control Lock to the REG
REG a position using a Control Key.
OFF L
SET
To remove the Printer Cover, insert
the Printer Cover Key to the Printer
Cover Lock, and turn it 90% clockwise.
Then lift the Printer Cover in the
direction of the arrow mark @ while
pushing the Printer Cover in the
direction of the arrow mark D.
9
Cut the paper end to make it sharp.
9
Hold the paper roll so that the paper
end will be fed from the bottom.
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Place the paper roll in the outer side
holder of the two roll holders.
Insert the paper end into the space
behind the printer.
Press the [RF] key until about 4
inches (about 10 cm) of paper comes
out of the printer.
Attach the Printer Cover, and cut the
excess paper with the attached cutter.
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Installing the Journal Roll
0 Follow Steps 1 to 7 for “Installing the Receipt Roll” on
the preceding page, except that the paper roll should be
placed inner side of the two holders and the [JF] key
should be used for the journal! roll.
| Slr LA Insert the paper end into the slit on
+ € the Take-up Reel and wind it around
ONE `® the reel two or three times.
Set the Journal Take-up Reel into the
Reel Holder.
Attach the Printer Cover.
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11. Installing the Ink Roll
9
lap)
Turn the Control Lock to the OFF
position.
To remove the Printer Cover, insert
the Printer Cover Key to the Printer
Cover Lock, and turn it 90° clockwise.
Then lift the Printer Cover in the
direction of the arrow mark @ while
pushing the Printer Cover in the
direction of the arrow mark ©.
Install the Ink Roll in the direction of
the arrow mark.
Attach the Printer Cover.
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12. Setting the Time and Date
Setting the Time
The register has a clock function. Once the time is set, the time is kept even
when the power is turned off. The 24-hour system (the military time) is used
for time setting, display, and printing. Time setting is allowed any time outside
a sale. |
Condition for Setting: Must be signed off in the Cashier Signing Method. (In other
| methods, a Cashier Key may or may not be set to ON.)
| Refer to Chapter 17.
NOTE on “Condition”:
This is necessary for all program changes.
eee Numeric Key
Setting Procedure Е
| | ee... Function Key
Use the MA Key to turn the
Control Lock to “SET”.
x MGR
REG 2 —»> |5 —p |eron| — — amy
OFF £ Declaration of Program 0 oo ope :
No. 5 for Time Setting (00 to 23) (00 to 59) Issues a
SET x v A r -
| eceipt.
Examples) 1:05 a.m.: 1:32 p.m.:
ONTIONS5, |1|/ 3/3/12
Receipt Print Format
Thank you
Call again
Date
I
01-01-92 —
Program No. for No 112309
Time Settin Register No.
0.5 *
Time now set p= 08-30
(8:30 a.m. in this example) 000.8 Receipt Consecutive No.
Current Time
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Setting the Date
The register has a calendar function. Once the date and time are correctly
set, the day automatically advances at midnight even when the power is
turned off. The extra day of a leap year is also computed automatically.
Setting Procedure
Use the MA Key to turn the
Control Lock to “SET”.
MGR
X
res E —>|6 |-» [era] + > [am]
OFF г Declaration of Program ‚Month Day Year :
SET No. 6 for Date Setting (01 to 12) (01 to 31) (93, 94, etc.) Issues a
| receipt.
|
NOTE: The date set/print order is Month-Day-Year. If you want to change the order
into Day-Month-Year or Year-Month-Day, select appropriate status of Bits 7
and 8 in Address 16 in Chapter “22. System Option Setting”.
Examples) To set May 28, 1993:
015112181913 Month-Day-Year
order
Month Day Year
921181101151 91! 3 Day-Month-Year
order
Day Month Year
9 113 НО ИБ 2 118 Year-Month-Day
order
Y ear Month Day
Receipt Print Format
Thank you
Call again
Date
01-01-92 — (before this date setting)
Program No. for No112300
Date Setting — — Register No.
CS 064
Date now set =D 11-03-82
(Nov. 3, 1992, in this example) 0080.9 ——
|_— 08-59 —— Receipt Consecutive No.
Current Time
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Displaying the Time
The current time is displayed in the “AMOUNT” area when the Control Lock is
turned to REG from any other position. When the Control Lock position is
changed or any entry operation starts, the displayed time disappears.
Time Display Format: | |
| _Ï Г
(Example: 1:45 p.m. ) I 1 FO
Printing the Time and Date
The current time is printed on every receipt, as the bottom line (refer to the
Receipt Print Format on the preceding page). The time can be programmed
to non-print, if necessary, by a System Option selection (refer to Chapter “22.
System Option Setting”, Address 1 - Bit 1).
The date is printed on every receipt, as the top line below the Store Name
Stamp print (refer to the Receipt Print Format on the preceding page). The
quickest way to verify the date print with the Control Lock in REG position is to
issue a receipt of any transaction (for example a No-sale receipt).
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13. Tax Table Setting
For details about the actual tax table, contact to the location where the register
was purchased.
Setting the U.S. Tax Tables (also applicable to PST in Canada)
There are three ways to set state and local tax tables. Select one that suits
the tax table required to be set.
Condition for Setting: After Daily Financial Reset
NOTE on “Condition”:
Unless the register satisfies this condition, the programming operations will not be
allowed.
“After ... Reset” means that the designated reset report must be taken before
entering the programming (setting) operation. An error will result if the operation is
attempted without taking the report.
However, it does not necessarily mean “immediately after ...” When the designated
reset report has already been taken and then some operations are performed in the
“Х”, “Z”, or “SET” mode, the condition “After ... Reset” is still satisfied and the
programming operation is still allowed.
On the contrary, when the designated reset report has been taken but then some
sales data relating to that report's output data are entered in the “REG”, “MGR”, or
“ []” mode, the programming operation \ will no longer be allowed and the same
reset report must be taken again.
Thus the condition “After ... Reset” indicates that all the sales data relating to the
report data must be zero (except non-resettable memory data). Because of this
“Condition” requirement, the report data will be protected from any inconsistencies
of sales data entered in the period from a resetting of the report to another resetting
of the same report next time. When no condition is specified to a programming
(setting) operation, it means that the operation is allowed any time outside a sale but
the cashier must be signed off if the Cashier Signing Method is selected (See
Chapter 17.).
Setting Procedure:
Use the MA Key to turn the
Control Lock to “SET”,
x MGR
REG El
OFF > —» Goto 1), 2), or 3) on the following pages.
SET Indications of types of keys on the following pages:
A Individual Numeric Key
| | teres Data to be entered through Numeric Keys
Crees Function Key
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1) Tax 1; Full Breaks (Non-cyclic Breaks + Cyclic Breaks)
|max. amount non-taxable| — Y
|max. amount for 1€ tax levied) — | ES
Imax. amount for 2¢ tax levied] —» [cm]
: Repeat up to the “A” Break.
[max. amount for Ne tax levied| — [TX 14 eee. “A” Break
ST | (to indicate the “A” Break entry)
Imax, amount for N + 1¢ tax leviedj —» |TX1M |
Г Non-cyclic
Tax Breaks
|max. amount for N + 2€ tax levied] —» |TX1M Cyclic
: Repeat up to the “B” Break. "Tax Breaks
|“B” Break) — [xm] (“B” Break — “A” Break
= a multiple of $1.00)
(to complete this tax table setting)
of
NOTE: Each amount (break) entry may be a maximum of 4-digit value (9999¢).
2) Tax 1; “A” Break and % Rate Combination (Non-cyclic Breaks + % Rate)
First, set ail the non-cyclic breaks up to the “A” Break entry and the [ST] key
depression shown in the above case of “1) Tax 1 Full Breaks”.
.
|Tax Rate applied when exceeding the “A” Break amount|
(Max. 6 digits up to 99.9999%. Use the [ . ] key for a decimal value. Examples: To
set 5%, enter 5. То зе! 5.26%, enter 5>[ . ]->2-6. The fraction of the amount
resulting from this % rate calculation will be rounded oft.)
'
[atm] (to complete this tax table setting)
3) Tax 1; % Rate Only
lo] — TX1/M | (to indicate that no breaks are entered)
LT)
[Tax Rate applied to any amount| —»
(The description for the Tax Rate in the above case 2) is also applied to this case.)
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NOTES 1. For Tax 2 table setting in a multi-tax area, follow the same procedure in 1), 2), or
3) above, using the [TX2/M] key instead of [TX1/M].
To install the [TX2/M] key on the keyboard, refer to Chapter “15. Optional Key
Setting”.
2. If two tax tables are to be set, the Tax 1 table must be set first.
The Tax 1 table
setting will automatically reset the old Tax 1 and Tax 2 tables. The Tax 2 table can
be set only when the Tax 1 table has been set (i.e., the Tax 2 table alone cannot
be set without setting the Tax 1 table).
3. No second depression of the [ST] key is allowed within one tax table setting. A
maximum of 64 breaks may be entered for Tax 1 and Tax 2 tables altogether.
Setting Examples:
ex. 1) Tax 1; Full Breaks
Key Operation
Tax Table
Amount Range Tax Levied
$0.00 to $0.10 O¢
$0.11 to $0.22 1€
$0.23 to $0.39 26
$0.40 to $0.56 3¢
$0.57 10 $0.73 4¢
$0.74 to $0.90 Be
$0.91 to $1.08 66
… “A” Break
$1.09 to $1.24 76
$1.25 to $1.41 8¢
51.42 to $1.58 9g
$1.59 to $1.74 10¢
$1.75 to $1.91 116
$1.92 to $2.08 126
… “B” Break
Control Lock: SET
LU]
[2][2]
[3][s]
[5][6] from
FE] [am
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No 112300
TX 1
0.0 *
00 *0.10
01 x 022
02 * 039
03 * 056
04 x 073
05 * 190
06 * 1.0 8
* 108 ST
07 * 124
08 «141
09 x 158
10 * 1.7 4
11 * 191
12 * 2.08
* 2.08 TL
001.6
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Tax Table
ex. 2) Tax 1; “A” Break and % Rate Combination
Key Operation
Amount Range Tax Levied
$0.00 0 $0.09 0$
$0.10 10 $0.29 1¢
$0.30 to $0.59 2¢
“$0.60 to $0.84 3¢
$0.85 to $1.12 4¢
... “A” Break
5% is applied to any
amount exceeding the
“A” Break.
ex. 3) Tax 1; % Rate Only
Tax Table
Control Lock: SET
Ea
[5][e]
Key Operation
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No112300
0.0 *
DO * 0.0 9
01 * 0.29
02 *059
03 * 0.8 4
04 * 112
* 112 sr
5. %
001.7
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10% is applied to any
amount.
ex. 4) Tax 2; % Rate Only
Tax Table
Control Lock: SET
г]
to] E
Key Operation
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No 112300
0.0 *
00 x 0.00
000 st
10. %
001.6
08-64
5% is applied to any
amount.
Control Lock: SET
[9]
[5] [arm]
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0.0 *
00 * 0.00
* 0.00 ST
5. %
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Setting the GST Rate (applicable to Canada only)
Please note the following before operating the GST rate setting. The following
preparations are required:
1) Select the “GST Active” status in Chapter “22. System Option Setting”, Address 14 -
Bit 1 (some other options can also be selected relating to GST in the same Address).
2) If the [GST/M] (GST Modifier) key must be changed to any other location on the
keyboard, refer to Chapter “15. Optional Key Setting”. On the Standard Keyboard (see
page 15) at shipping from the factory, the [FS/M] (Food Stamp Modifier) Key is installed.
This key will be changed automatically into the [GST/M] key by the operation described in
1) above.
Condition for Setting: After Daily Financial Reset
(refer to “NOTE on Condition” on page 23.)
Setting Procedure:
Use the MA Key to tum the This portion is required
Control Lock to “SET”. only when any decimal
| portion is contained in the
x MGR rate.
REG El r A \
OFF 7 > e — GST/M |
| \. vy
SET Y
GST Rate 0 to 99.99(%)
Examples) |
7% 7
12% 1 2
8.55% 81.1515 Thank you
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To reset the rate 0
once set: 11.- 03-92
№ 11 2.300
GST Rate 7% п 7
. t . FS
is set. 0016
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Setting the Non-taxable Limit Amount
(applicable to only certain areas in Canada)
This non-taxable amount limit must be set only in certain areas in Canada.
Condition for Setting: After Daily Financial Reset
(refer to “NOTE on Condition” on page 283.)
Setting Procedure:
Use the MA Key to turn the
Control Lock to “SET”.
x MGR |
REG El — |1||2 | > ero | —> > [am
OFF Declaration of Program Non-taxable Limit Amount
ET No. 12 for Non-taxable (max. 4 digits; 1 to 9999€,
5 Limit Amount Setting or enter O¢ to reset the limit)
|
Example) $20.00 211010] 0
Thank you
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No 112300
1.2 *
» x2000
002.5
09-00
NOTES 1. When the sum of the sale portion subject to Tax (PST) 1 and the sale portion
subject to Tax (PST) 2 exceeds the Non-taxable Limit Amount programmed here, all
the amount subject to either of the two taxes are all taxed. When the sum is less
than the programmed limit, Tax 1 is tax-exempted and only Tax 2 is calculated on
the sale portion subject to Tax 2.
2. When the sum of the sale portion subject to Tax (PST) 1 and the sale portion
subject to Tax (PST) 2 is negative, the portion subject to Tax 1 will not be taxed.
3. When the sale portion subject to Tax 1 is tax-exempted, the taxable amount is not
stored in Tax 1 memory.
4. An error results when the [GST!M] key is depressed in sale entries on the ECR with
Non-taxable Limit Amount programmed,
5. This setting must not be operated when Food Stamps are handled in transactions.
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Tax calculation can be tested in the following procedure. This operation will not
affect any sales data.
Operating Procedure:
Use the MA Key to turn the
Control Lock to “X”.
x MGR
REG В — (Amount — (or )
OFF Z
SET Enter any amount
through Numeric Keys.
The entered amount is
displayed.
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The tax amount (total of ail the
taxes due) is displayed in the
AMOUNT portion.
(The Non-taxable Limit Amount
setting is disregarded from this
display.)
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14. Register No. Setting
When multiple registers are used in one store, or to distinguish this register
from others used by other stores in the same chain, set the Register Number in
the following procedure.
Condition for Setting: Any time outside a sale. Must be signed off in the Cashier
Signing Method. (In other methods, a Cashier Key may or may
not be set to ON.) Refer to Chapter 17.
Setting Procedure:
Use the MA Key to turn the
Control! Lock to “SET”.
Y MGR
REG В — > — | #/NS |
OFF Z тах. 6 15: 010 999999 (or # | | )
SET |
Example) Thank you
No. 112300: | $ | 1 1 211 3/1 Of O Call again
11-03-92
ino seting before _ No 0
0.0 *
№ мо! 12.300
Register No. now set 000.4
13-08
NOTES 1. The Decimal Point cannot be entered in the Register Number.
2. Preceding zeros, if any, will not be printed. For example, if “001234” is entered,
“No. 1234” will be printed.
3. The Register Number set here will be printed on the second line below the Store
Name Stamp print (just below the Date print line) on every receipt to be issued.
Thank you Store Name Stamp
Call again pr space
11-03-92 «——t— Date
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15. Optional Key Setting
This chapter introduces optional keys (keys not installed on the current
Standard Keyboard) that can be programmed. Please note, however, that
adding an optional key means to sacrifice another key already installed. if you
plan to install any of the Optional Keys or change locations of any of the
current keys, this operation must be performed first before any other
programming or setting operation (refer to NOTE 9 at the end of this chapter).
List of Keys
The following is the list of the all the keys that can be programmed on the keyboard. Numeric
Keys O to 9 are fixed as to their locations, therefore, not included in the list. The “Key Code”
assigned to each key in the list is used in the setting procedure next page. For detail functions
and operations of each key, refer to Chapters 17 and 18. For a brief information of the Optional
Keys, refer to NOTE 8 at the end of this chapter.
Key Name Key Code Key Name
0 |Code to deactivate the key. 85 [NS (No-sale) 2
*1
{Decimal Point)
VND CPN (vendor Coupon)
STR CPN (Store Coupon)
{DOLL DISC (Dollar Discount)
2% + (Percent Charge)
% — (Percent Discount)
4RTN MDSE (Returned Merchandise)
{ITEM CORR (item Correct)
VOID (void) .
75 |ALL VOID (Al Void)
ZE NAT/TL (Cash Tender/Total)
; CHK TEND (Check Tender)
{Chg (Charge Total)
, MISC TEND (Miscellaneous Tender)
; {CPN {Media Coupon Tender)
FE [ST sua)
ОВ . 1R/A (Received-on-Account)
“M PO (aid ou
_{#/NS (Non-add Number / No-ssle) __]
PLU (Price-Lock-Up)
5 R RECEIPT ISSUE ISSUE (Post-receipt)
Ia. |TX2/M (Tax 2 Modifier)
TXBL TL (Taxable Total)
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At least one Department Key is required to be installed.
The [#/NS] key has both [4] and [NS] functions. Therefore, when [#/NS] is installed,
neither [#] nor [NS] are necessary.
Whether the key assigned with Key Code 115 will be [FS/M] or [ GST/M] is decided by
Chapter 22. System Option Setting, Address 14 - Bit 1 selection.
When the Signing Method is selected for cashier identification (refer to Chapter 17), this
key must be installed. In other cashier identifying methods, this key merely functions as
receipt issue/non-issue key.
Key Installation Setting
Condition for Setting: After all Daily and Periodical Resets
(refer to “NOTE on Condition” on page 23.)
Setting Procedure:
Use the S Key to turn the Control Lock to the “BLIND” position.
x MG
REG LE |
OFF 7 |
—> 17 ||6|—> —
SET (BLIND) .
- (The BLIND position is the unmarked To declare Key installation
step next to “Z”.) | Setting. >
Repeat for all the
keys to be newty
installed, for location
changes, or for
reading Key Codes
already set.
Only to read the Key Code currently set on the key.
> — +] > [am]
Key Code
N , Depress the key Depress the [AT/TL] key
(mex. 3 digits; see —— nr Key Code to be set with the to complete the Key
the List of Keys on in the AMOUNT Kay Code. installation Setting
the preceding page.) portion, as it is Displays the Key operation.
entered. | Code set or read, in
the AMOUNT portion .
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Blank Keyboard Sketch (for your planning aid)
Fill in;
{Refer to the “List
of Keys” on the
preceding page) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( )
Key Name ->
Key Code —>|( )IC IC DIE DIE IC IC)
For the Standard 7 8
Keyboard Layout,
refer to Chapter “9, ( ) ( » ) | ( ) | )
Keyboard”.
( 4 5 CIC NC IC )
( 1 2 3 ( DI.) ( )
¢ Hf 0 Jc H] ATL
NOTES 1. If Key Installation Setting is operated for the first time, all the keys are already set as in
the Standard keyboard Layout. Therefore, set only the keys that are to be changed as
to their locations or newly installed.
. If a wrong code has been entered and the key has also been depressed (i.e., a wrong
code has been set on a key), enter the correct code and depress the key. The code
entered last will be effective.
. If “0” is entered as Key Code, the key will be dead and its memory will also be
closed.
. Each of the keys programmed in this operation will have its memory (if any) opened
automatically.
. The [C] key, if once set with Key Code 95, may be used to clear an error, but it
cannot be used immediately after a Key Code entry (for the purpose of clearing the
wrong Key Code error). If any Key Code is entered and then the [C] key is
depressed, that Key Code will be set on the key that was once the [C] key.
. On depressing the final [ATITL] key, “0.00” is displayed in the AMOUNT portion,
indicating that the setting operation is completed. No printing occurs.
. Use the Blank Keyboard Layout on the preceding page, if necessary, for your own
keyboard plan before starting the setting procedure.
. Brief Information on Optional Keys:
Department Keys 16 to 30 ... Key Codes 16 to 30
install additional Department Keys if the current Department Keys (1 to 15) are not
enough to classify the merchandise in your store.
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[VOID] (Void Key) … Key Code 74
It can delete an item entered before the last item within a sale, which cannot be
deleted by the [ITEM CORR] key.
[ALL VOID] (All Void Key) ... Key Code 75
It is used to cancel the contents in the current sale all at once.
[NS] (No-sale Key) ... Key Code 85, [#] (Non-add Number Print Key) ... Key Code 80
These keys are not necessary If the [#/NS] key is installed. If the [#/NS] is not
installed, those keys should be separately installed for Non-add Number printing
and No-sale entries respectively.
[OPEN] (Preset & Listing Capacity Open Key) ... Key Code 88
This is a dual-function key that has both [LC OPEN] and [PR OPEN] functions.
By depressing this key once, both of those functions will be effective.
[TXBL TL] (Taxable Total Key) ... Key Code 99
It simply reads the Taxable Total (sale total amount + taxes due) during a sale.
Since the [ST] can have the same function, it is usually not necessary. However,
when the [ST] is programmed to be used to obtain the sale total amount without
taxes, [TXBL TL] is necessary.
[TAX] (Manual Tax Key) ... Key Code 100
It is used to enter an irregular tax amount that cannot be calculated on the basis of
the programmed tax tables, and to add it to the sale total. For installing this key,
please note the following in entering Key Code 100:
Right: El o] [0] —» The last key is correctly set with Key Code 100 ([TAX])
Wrong: [1] —> Key | The key is newly set with Key Code 1, which is
Department 1 Key. The last key is not set with any Key
Code.
[GST/M] (GST Modifier Key)... Key Code 115 (common Key Code with [FS/M])
It is necessary in the GST-applicable area in Canada. It reverses the GST
taxable/non-taxable status of items. Whether the key with Key Code 115 is used
as [FS/M] or [GST/M] is determined by System Option, Address 14 - Bit 1 status
(refer to Chapter 22).
[CUR3], [CUR4] (Foreign Currency Keys 3, 4) ... Key Codes 123, 124
An additional Foreign Currency key besides [CUR1] and [CUR2].
9. If any of the following keys are newly installed or its location is changed, its relevant
programming operations are further required (even if once programmed, re-
programming is necessary because the program data has been cleared):
Each Department Key... Department Status, LC (if required), Preset Price (if .
required) of the Department
[PLU] ... PLU Table
[TX1/M], [TX2/M], [GST/M]... Respective Tax Tables or Rates (Tax 1, Tax 2, GST)
[% +], [% =] .. Respective Preset % Rates (if required)
[CUR1] to [CUR4] ... Respective Foreign Currency Exchange Rates
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16. Daily Operation Flow
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The following shows a typical daily operation flow on the register.
e Ensure that the register is firmly
y plugged in the wall outlet.
* Check if enough portions of Receipt
LL ^^ Pa and Journal rolls are left.
e Check the time, date, and print
condition.
Check the time, date, and print by
Issuing a No-sale Receipt.
|
A
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dl
Do
De
Setting the time or date
e =
:
Hat TE
me detente
En: en pet ete
DEE TU REE E
SEER .....
Es He peer es!
a“ SES :
tes pie EEE or НЕ НН НОА НОрОННННЕ
A QUE TT TND
Opening the store
e Transaction entries on the register
e Taking Read (X) Reports periodically.
Closing the store
nte ene ee vies
ne ra зя ER Et cat a ateo error e Oro reir enebro rai Nora aria ee ir e
ES EA CONTA ENE NO
A E rea aa
e Taking Daily Reset (Z) Reports
|
]
|
Tear off the print portion of Journal
Paper (optional).
| Z
A
Leave the drawer open, and turn the
Mode Lock to “OFF”.
1
U
=
Take all the cash and other contents
from the drawer to the office with the
torn Journal and printed Reset Reports.
De
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Chapter
10
17, 18
12
17 to 20
21
21
24
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17. Cashier Identifying Operation
The MA-315 adopts one of the following cashier-identifying methods.
(1) Signing Method, using the [LOG/RECEIPT] key.
(2) Cashier Lock Method, using Cashier Locks (barrel locks)
(3) Cashier Push Key Method, using Cashier Keys (stay-down keys)
Method (1) is the standard feature. To change the cashier-identifying method from (1) to (2) or
(3), appropriate System Option selections are necessary as well as hardware options. (Refer to
System Option, Address 15 - Bit 5 in Chapter 22.)
(1) Signing Method
LOG |
E (LOG/RECEIPT Key)
A cashier needs to “sign ON” for starting transaction entries on the register and identifying the
operator. The signed-ON condition is held until a “sign OFF” is operated. A cashier can sign
ON only when the register is in the signed-OFF condition. A maximum of 8 cashiers can be
identified in this signing method.
Slan ON (operable in signed-OFF condition
Use the REG Key to
turn the Control Lock to The code being entered
the REG (or MGR or El) is not displayed.
position. — A \
MGR =p — Los |
X RECEIPT
REG El
OFF 7 |
SET
The “SIGN ON" triangular lamp
illuminates, and a Sign ON receipt
is issued (see the next page).
Transaction entries are
«aeons now possible (see the
following pages).
Cashier Code assigned to each cashier by
the store (1 digit; 1 to 8)
—— Secret Code generated by the cashier
(2 digits; any number from 01 to 99)
See NOTE 1 below.
Sign OFF (operable in signed-ON condition)
Same Control Lock
position as the Sign =>
ON (changing the
position in a signed-
ON condition will
cause an error.)
0
(see the next page).
[we 1.
— RECEIPT |
The “SIGN ON” triangular
lamp is extinguished, and a
Sign OFF receipt is issued
No operations in REG,
--: MGR or Z] mode will
be allowed until a Sign
ON is again operated
by a cashier.
NOTES 1. The two-digit Secret Code portion, once entered for a cashier's Sign ON, is set in the
memory of the register. The Secret Code of the same cashier is checked every time
histher Sign ON is operated until the Daily Financial Reset Report is taken at the end
of the day. Then the Secret Code is reset and a new Secret Code entry will be
allowed.
When the Secret Code is within the range of 01 to 09, it is omissible to enter the
preceding zero.
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2. If the [LOG/RECEIPT] key is simply depressed without a prior numeric entry or with
only any Declaration Key (such as [RTN MDSE]), the Receipt ON/OFF function is
activated (refer to “Receipt-issue/Non-issue Selection” in the next Chapter) but not
Sign ON/OFF.
Sign ON Receipt Format Sign OFF Receipt Format
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L- Cashier Code Sign OFF Code
AO (1 to 8) алла зови (always 0)
No 112300 ON No 112300
_. The signed
EX 16 Cashier Code is ** De
printed on every sale
010.1 164 receipt. 013.5
09-10 (The Secret Code 10-46
portion is never
printed.)
(2) Cashier Lock Method This method is applied when two barrel locks are
installed as cashier locks. A maximum of 4 cashiers
can be identified in this method.
1 e 2 3 e 4 Each key (1 to 4) is assigned to each cashier, The
и register will not operate in the REG, MGR, or [=] mode
| unless of these keys is inserted and turned to the
(Ty Mm position (1 to 4) corresponding to the Cashier Key No.
ÓN Each of the keys may be inserted and putted out in
il —— the neutral position marked with a dot. When the
operating cashier changes to another, the first Cashier
Cashier Keys 1 to 4 Key must be pulled out before inserting another
Cashier Key.
NOTES 7. When this method is adopted, the signing function (“LOG” function) of the
[LOG/RECEIPT] key is deactivated. Accordingly, the key is only used as Receipt
ON/OFF switch.
2. No receipts are issued on turning ON or OFF a Cashier Key. However, the Cashier
Code (1 to 4) is printed near the bottom of every receipt to be issued.
(3) Cashier Push Key Method This method is applied when four push-stay-down
keys are installed as cashier keys.
1 2 3 4
Each key (1 to 4) is assigned to each cashier. The
| | | register will not operate in the REG, MGR, or [J]
mode unless of these keys is pushed held down.
NOTE: The “NOTES 1 and 2” attached to Method (2) above are also applicable to Method (3).
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18. Setting Preparation of Each Key, and Transaction
Entries
This chapter describes individual key operations on transaction entries, and
setting requirements for the key if necessary.
Receipt-issue/Non-issue Selection | |peceer] (LOG/RECEIPT Key)
Receipts are issued or not issued according to the “R OFF” triangular lamp iliuminated/
extinguished status on the Operator Display panel.
“R OFF” (Receipt OFF) Lamp Status Change Operations
LOG
Control Lock may be in od] a",
any position except > < —
OFF. < «© 7
LOG
Extinguished RECEIPT illuminated
Receipt ON Receipt OFF
Status Status
NOTES 1. The Control Lock may be in any position (except OFF position) for changing the
Receipt ON/OFF status in the signed-ON or signed-OFF condition.
2. The “R OFF” lamp status at the starting of a transaction entry decides whether a
receipt will be issued for the transaction or not. Switching the Receipt ON/OFF
status during a transaction will not be effective.
3. If a transaction entered with the “R OFF” lamp extinguished and finalized but a
receipt is required, the [RECEIPT ISSUE] (Post-issue Receipt) key can be operated
to issue a receipt (see “Post-issue Receipt” on page 85).
4. Simply depress the [LOG/RECEIPT] key without a numeric entry. . If the key is
depressed with a prior numeric entry in “REG”, “MGR”, or “El” mode, it may turn
out to be a Sign ON or Sign OFF operation when the Singing Method is selected for
cashier identification (refer to the preceding chapter). However, if any Declaration
Key (such as [RTN MDSE]) is already pressed and then the [LOG/RECEIPT] key is
pressed, the Declaration Key entry is not canceled by the Receipt ON/OFF status
change.
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Clearing Errors, or Clearing Wrong Declaration
Key or Wrong Numeric Entries
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C | (Clear Key)
When in sale entries an error has occurred with an alarm buzzer (beeps for about 2 seconds
only), a wrong Declaration Key (such as [RTNMDSE], [TX/M], [GST/M], etc.) has been
depressed, or a wrong numeric data has been entered; depress the [C] key.
1) Error has occurred (the | The error condition is cleared (the
alarm buzzer is С | — buzzer tone stops and the “ALM”
generated and the lamp is extinguished). Find the cause
“ALM” lamp illuminates), of the error, and do the operation
and the keyboard is again. Refer to “Possible Cause of
locked. Error” attached where an error may
occur in each operation sequence on
2) Declaration Key has в the following procedure.
been depressed.
RTN |
ex.) MDSE
3) Numeric Keys are
entered.
ex.) 1 51010
4) Declaration Key(s)
The entered data are all cleared at
+ Numeric Keys >> © |-> опсе.
ех.) wos | 7110
5) Numeric Keys + Non-
motorized Key (key that
does not trigger printing)
ex.) | 1 2) x |
6) Combination of 2) to 5) _
The entered data are all cleared at
7) Combination of 6) + 1) —— C |-> once, and the error condition is
cleared also. Refer to 1) for finding
the cause of error.
NOTE: When data is already entered and printed (through a Department Key, etc.), it cannot be
cleared by the [C] key any longer. In need of deleting such data, see the following:
item Correction (Last Line Voiding) | page 63
Void (Designated Line Voiding) | vo | раде 65
Ali Void (Transaction Cancel) | voi | раде 66
Operations in “[=}” Mode Chapter 20 (page 91)
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Department Keys Dept. LE to
Programming Department Keys
These are department keys through which sales items are registered. A maximum of 30 keys
may be installed (Depts 16 to 30 are optional keys).
Programming Department Status:
To use Department Keys, first program how each Department Key is to be used, in
accordance with merchandise categories, taxation, operativity of the key, etc.
Condition: After Daily Financial Reset and Periodical Financial Reset (and All PLU Reset
if the positive/negative status is to be set)
(refer to “NOTE on Condition” on page 23)
Programming Procedure:
As for items marked with “NOTE”, refer to the corresponding
Use the MA Key to turn the NOTE No. on the next page for further description.
Control Lock to “SET”.
x MGR
REG С
—[ > |(Q/FOR
OFF Z 3 | Repeat for programming
Declaration of Program other Department Keys
SET No. 3 for Department Status
programming |
Depress the required key(s) to obtain the appropriate status
for the department:
RTN E To set Negative status \
—— MDSE 9 ] Repeat for
NOTES 4, 5 setting other
status or
Do | To set Tax 1 taxable status The status ís
correcting the
NOTES 1, 3 reversed by statuses ance
pressing the
-——» |Txem} To set Tax 2 taxable status \ same key set
NOTES 1, 3 again.
To set GST taxable status NOTE 2
—[| T/M
NOTE 4
pp | FSM To set Food-stampable status
SAN | Depress the
‘ . Department Key
— 1 | To set Single-item Key status N 10 lam the
selected
pp | 2 | To set ltemized Key status e OTE 3
m0 | 4 | To set Other Income Key status | status
NOTE 6 |
— | 5 | To set Single-item
+ Other Income Key status — _ To complete
Q | To regain the initial statuses, ie., Positive, Non- ЛГ arm as opération
— taxable, Non-GST, Non-food-stampable and a program
temized statuses); It may be useful when you are receipt
confused with various status selections for
department.
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NOTES 1. The tax tables of “Tax 1”, “Tax 2“, and “GST” should be programmed in
Chapter “13. Tax Table Setting”. Those tax tables will become effective in
“REG”, “MGR” or “[-]” mode for adding the taxes to sale items entered
through a Department Keys only when the Department Key is programmed
with taxable status for the required tax in this operation.
2. Every time each of the [RTN MDSE], [TX1/M], [TX2/M], [GST/M] and
[FS/M] keys in this operation is pressed, the preset status is reversed. For
example, if a Department Key is already set with “Tax 1 Taxable” status
and the [TX1/M] key is pressed during the setting sequence of that
Department Key, it is now set with “Tax 1 Non-taxable” status. If [TX1/M]
is again pressed, “Tax 1 Taxable” status is again obtained.
3. The tax (PST) status obtained (as the result of [TX1/M] and/or [TX2/M]
depressions) can be verified by reading the numeric value displayed in the
rightmost digit of the AMOUNT portion when the individual Department Key
is pressed. Similarly, the Key Type status is displayed in the 2nd digit (next
to the rightmost digit).
DP AMOUNT
Display:
pray I П 0. Г
1 “0” НА Displays 0, 1, 2, or 3
| to indicate the
Displays the 1 obtained Tax (PST)
Department Displays 0, 1, 4, or 5 to status.
No.: indicate the Key Type status. 0: Non-taxable
01 to 15 0: Itemized 1: Tax 1 Taxable
1: Single-item 2: Tax 2 Taxable
4: Other Income 3: Both Tax 1 &
5: Single-item & Other Tax 2 Taxable
Income (1 + 4)
(These status codes are also printed on the program receipt issued when
the final [AT/TL] key is pressed; refer to the Receipt Format on next page.)
4. The Negative/Positive status, GST status and Food Stamp status can only
be verified on the program receipt (refer to next page) but not in the display.
If a wrong status has been set, correct it by performing the programming
operation again.
5. If a Department Key is set with Negative status, an amount entered through
. that key is subtracted from the sale total. It may be used for item entries of
coupons, returned bottles, etc.
6. Key Type Description
ltemized Key: When a sale item amount is entered through this
key, the sale is not finalized until a media key (such
as [AT/TL]) is operated. Other items can be
entered within one sale receipt sequence.
Single-item Key: — A sale item entry through this key will automatically
finalize the sale as cash outside a sale (i.e. when
no other items have been entered within one receipt
sequence). However, it will function just as an
itemized Key if operated inside a sale.
Other Income Key: It is used to enter items which do not directly
become sales for the store, such as lottery,
postage, gift wrapping fee, size adjustment fee,
utility (payment of electricity and gas), and donation.
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Department Status Program Recelpt Format: Key Type Status |
— 0: itemized |
Key Operation i 1: Single-item '
4: Other Income
Control Lock: SET Thank you | 5: Single-item |
| & Other Income!
Call again EII
В . ¡Tax Status (PST) k
TX1/M | eM | [Dept 1 | ı 0: Non-taxable
= > 11-03-82 — 1 1: Tax 1 Taxable |
EZ | 2: Tax 2 Taxable |
I I
| i
i 1
a UT RIRES Le |
DIS 02 02 —Positive/Negative
nr E 8 ~~ 03 01 | Status
i
>
Dept. Noell =
3: Both Tax 1 &
. 1 TX1/M D 3
ept. DSN 0.3 * a — in in m T ax 2 Taxable,
0 03
ı Blank: Positive
FIN Mose] [Dei 4] Jor 1 ;__—: Negative _|
[1] [Fn mosE] Bert 2] — 7 > 04 00 - (GST (for CANADA) or |!
a ~~ 09 10 - 'Food Stamp Status (for,
a —> 05 00 US) |
[4] Dept. 6 > 06 40 | FS: GST Taxableor |
0005 AM Y | 00 Sampaio
13-12 Blank: GST Non- i
| taxable or Non-food- |
| __ stampable |
Programming Department LCs (Listing Capacities):
The LC setting is used to check an amount limit error. By setting the LC, an amount entry
(due perhaps to a mistake by the operator) will be prevented at the earliest stage (i.e. an
error will result on entering an excessive amount through the department key).
Condition: After Daily Financial Reset
(refer to “NOTE on Condition” on page 23)
Programming Procedure:
Use the MA Key to turn the As for items marked with “NOTE", refer to the corresponding
Control Lock to “SET”. NOTE No. on the next page for further description.
x MGR
REG El — [8] —
OFF Z
Declaration of Program
No. 8 for Department LC
SET programming
Repeat for setting LCs of other departments.
2-digit LC code Common 2-digit LC code
for each department NOTES 1, 2 for all departments NOTES 1, 2
J
|
ex.) | 3 || 4 | >> indicates $ 39.99 ------ Allows to enter equal to
| x 4 or smaller than $39.99 in
4 digits sale entries.
Value of the top digit
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NOTES 1. If the individual LC of a department is set, it prevails over the common LC for
all departments.
2. To reset a LC once set, enter “0” in place of the 2-digit LC code. Then a
maximum of 7-digit amount can be entered in sale entries.
Department LC Program Receipt Format:
Key Operation Thank you
Control Lock: SET Call again Listing Capacity Coda
11-03-92 >» Top digit value
ME BE WE ion di
Ol e 1 Y
[БГ DO . : : for each department
[0] TTT 04 00
elle! a = 0011 “TP for all departments
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Setting Department Preset Prices:
If a fixed price is always entered through a Department Key in sale entries, a preset price
can be set on the Department Key. Please note that once set with a preset price, the
Department Key will not accept any other price (open price) unless the [PR OPEN] or
[OPEN] key is operated or until the Department Key is again programmed to be an open
department.
Condition: Any time outside a sale. Must be signed off in Cashier Signing Method.
Programming Procedure:
Use the MA Key to turn the NOTES 1, 2
“ n To set Open Department
Control Lock to “SET”. (to allow manual amount entries)
x MGR y
REG = =D | Dept. | AT/TL |
OFF 7 Preset Price
(max. 6 digits; 0 to 999999; resulting
in $0.00 to $9999.99) NOTES 1, 2 NOTES 1,2, 3
SET
Repeat for other Department Keys, if necessary.
NOTES 1. All the Department Keys are open departments (no preset price set) as initial
status.
2. If a Department Key is pressed with no Preset Price entry, the Key is set as
an open-price Department Key.
3. If “0” is entered as Preset Price, the Department Key is set with Preset
Price of $0.00.
Department Preset Price Setting Receipt Format:
Key Operation
Control Lock: SET
Dept 4
[le]
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Thank you
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No 112.300
0.0%
04 * 100
no! 08
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08
08
*5 6566.66
002.0
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Preset Price $1.00
for Dept. 4
Preset Price $1,234.56
for Dept. 8
da J
Preset Price released
for Dept. 8
|
New Preset Price
\ $6,666.66 for Dept. 8
Sale Item Entries Using Department Keys
Various types of department entries are shown below.
Use the REG Key to turn to
the Control Lock to “REG”
position.
Entry of One Item:
X
REG
OFF
SET
Open-price Department
Price of the item
(max. 7 digits; or
limited by the
Department LC)
If an error occurs here
Possible cause of error:
ema]
Dept.
Depress the
appropriate
Department Key
for open price
e The price entered exceeds the LC.
— Seo the Listing Capacity Open Entry.
e The Department Key is a preset-price key.
— Use an open-price Department Key, or see the “Preset-
MGR
E
Z
(The last setting is
effective.)
Cashier Sign ON is necessary or a
Cashier Key must be set to ON.
(Refer to Chapter 17.)
price Department” entry procedure on next page.
e Entries through that Department requires Manager Intervention.
— Ask the manager to turn the Controi Lock to MGR
position. (Refer to Chapter 19.)
Receipt Print Format
01 * 1.2 3 ™
р a ui
Entered Price
Department
No.
|
Status Symbol
TM: Tax 1 or Tax 2 (PST) Taxable
FM: GST Taxable,
or Food Stampable
TMFM: Tax (PST) Taxable and
GST Taxable or Food
Stampable
Blank Not applicable to any of the
above status.
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Preset-price Department Receipt Print Format
Dept.
opt | 04 *x230
L— If an error occurs here:
Depress the
Possible cause of error:
man Key + The Dapartment Key is an open-price key. Department (rosa) Price
for preset price — Use a preset-price Department Key, No. p
eno on tn prog sage? Sis Symbol
e Entri ; ; See the description for the Receipt
ntries through that Department requires Print Format on the or in 5
Manager Intervention. a A preceding page.
-> Ask the manager to tum the Control
Lock to MGR position. (Refer to
Chapter 19.)
Department Repeat Entry:
Depress again the Department Key used for the department item entry just entered. The
item entry is repeated as many times as the Department Key is depressed. (A negative
Department entry cannot be repeated.)
Open-price Department Repeat
eo cep | Dept | > Dept. |
Price Depress the
same Department
Key
Preset-price Department Repeat
Dept. | > Dept. | 04 * 2.30
04 * 2.30
Depress the lemmas
same Department
Key
E A mile A opie A A te o ale pie io ume mg
Other Income Department:
Other Income Department Key is used to enter items which do not directly become sales
for the store, such as lottery, postage, gift wrapping fee, size adjustment fee, utility
(payment of electricity and gas), and donation. Only the difference from ordinary
Department Keys is that the amounts entered through this key are processed separately
from the ordinary sales total (refer to Chapter “21. Read & Reset Reports”).
The operation procedure is the same as ordinary (itemized) Department Keys.
ex.) If Dept. 6 is programmed with no preset price and status of “Other Income”,
“ltemized”, “Non-taxable”:
vers ——> | Dept | 06 450
Price Depress the
Other Income
Department Key.
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Department Quantity Extension (Multiplication):
When more. than three or four items are to be entered with the same Department and
price, the Quantity Extension (multiplication) is quicker than the Repeat Entry.
Open-price
Department
| Dept. | ( Product must not
№ || |..... \ exceed 7 digits.
If an error occurs here: Unit Price;
i Possible cause of error: max. 6 digits If an error occurs here:
| e Exceeding the digit limit Possible cause of error:
nm т e Exceeding the LC of the
! Department
| | — Check the Unit Price,
' — See Listing
Carers @TFOR E Capacity Open.
Ty e Product exceeding 7 digits.
Quant; NOTE 1 — Check the Quantity
0.001 to 999.999 and Unit Price.
y ‘ e Department requiring
Manager Intervention?
— Ask the manager to
| . tum the Control Lock
Preset-price to MGR.
— A = Department
[ ] | |. | | [| — Dept ( Product must not
nn "A ı \ exceed 7 digits.
3 digits for 3 digits for I
integer (max.) decimal (max.) !
Required only for any !
decimal portion entry.
ecimal portion entry If an error occurs here:
ex.) 123: [1 ][2]3] Possible cause of error:
23.4; [2][3][<] 4] e Product exceeding 7 digits.
— Check the Quantity.
. Depariment requiring Manager
0.234: ( a |. |2 |3 |4 | ° Intervention? a
— Ask the manager to turn the
Control Lock to MGR.
NOTES 1. When the Quantity is a 1-digit integer (1 to 9) and a Preset-price Department
Key is to follow, the [@/FORY] key is omissible.
2. The product obtained by Quantity Extension cannot be repeated.
3. The decimal portion of the Quantity entry is processed down to the 2 digits
below the decimal point. The fraction rounding at this time is fixed to ROUND
OFF.
4. You can select the rounding process of the fractions of the product (result of
multiplication) -- ROUND OFF (initial setting), ROUND UP, or ROUND DOWN.
(Refer to Chapter “22. System Option Setting” Address 2 - Bits 1 and 2.
Receipt Print Format for Department Quantity Extension
De parm ent a an a a a
No. 12 X «— Quantity
0.50 @ «+= Unit Price
01 * 6.00 TM ——— Product
«ба чая соло A
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Department SPP (Split-Package-Pricing):
This operation is used when a customer purchases only part but not all of the items in a
package (example: only two tomatoes in a priced package of three tomatoes).
Open-price Department
= Dept
Whole Package
Price
(Q'ty = Quantity) max. 6 digits
If an error occurs here:
Possible cause of error:
| Exceeding the LC of the
- Department
@FOR | —> @FOR | — + Check the Whole
ased Q ! Package Price.
od 3 dns Whole Package Q'ty — See Listing
(integer only) max. 3 digits i Capacity Open.
{integer only) Product exceeding 7 digits.
JA EEE J — Check the Q'ties and
! Whole Package
If an error occurs here: Price.
Possible cause of error: Preset-price Department
e Q'ty Error |
> Decimal Point is not jp | Dept. |
allowed in either Q'ty.
> Check the Q'ty digits. The preset price is regarded
as the Whole Package Price
If an error occurs here;
Possible cause of error:
Product exceeding 7 digits.
— Check the Q'ties.
NOTES 1. The product (final result amount) obtained by SPP (Split-Package-Pricing)
cannot be repeated.
2. The product must not exceed 7 digits.
3. The rounding process of the fractions of the product is ROUND UP PRODUCT
as initial status. It can be changed to ROUND UP ITEM PRICE (refer to
Chapter 22, System Option Setting, Address 2 - Bit 5.)
Receint Print Format for Department SPP
Example)
Purchased Quantity = 2 Whole Package Price
Whole Package Quantity = 3 Whole Package Quantity
Whole Package Price = $1.00
Entered through Dept. 1 (open-
price, Taxable department)
alero] Eller] M2
— Purchased
Quantity
Department Product
No. (result amount)
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Single-item Department Entry:
If a Department Key is programmed with Single-item status, an entry through the key
immediately finalizes the sale as cash and issues a receipt without operating a media key.
Such keys are operated in the same way as ordinary (itemized) Department Keys already
described, except that Repeat Entry is not possible using Single-item Department Keys.
NOTES 1. A sale item entry through this key will automatically finalize the sale as cash
outside a sale (i.e. when no other items have been entered within one receipt
sequence). However, it will function just as an Itemized Key if operated inside
a sale.
2, Quantity Extension and SPP are also possible using Single-item Department
Keys. |
Receipt Print Format for Single-item Department Entries
Example 1) -- Entry outside a sale --
: Store Name
When no sale is under way, an Thank you a Stamp space
item of $10.00 is entered through ,
Dept. 7 which is a Single-item Call again Date
department. FT
The sale is automatically finalized 11-03-92 00 | Register No.
as cash and a receipt is issued. Na 112300 e
[1]{c][o][o] | eet 7] 07 #1000
*1 0.00 CATL -=—}— Automatically
finalized as
010.5 1 CL cash sale
09-12 (Cash Total)
A
Receipt Consecutive No. / /
Current Time Cashier Code
Example 2) -- Entry inside a sale --
An item of $5.00 is first entered
through Dept. 1 which is an
Itemized department. Thank you
Then an item of $10.00 is entered Call again
through Dept. 7 which is a Single-
item department.
The sale is not finalized untit a 11-03-92
media key is operated. No 112300
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HORB)
A
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PLU (Price-Look-Up) | eu (PLU Key)
A “PLU” is an individual merchandise item programmed with its own item code (PLU Code), its
link department (and mostly with a Preset Price). By programming PLUs, you can enter an
individual item by entering its PLU Code (which should be written on the price tag of the item),
instead of entering the price through a Department Key. By taking PLUs Reports, you can
analyze the sales data of each individual item. A maximum of 300 PLUs can be programmed.
Programming PLUs
Programming PLU Table:
Condition: To change settings of a PLU: When the required PLU sales total memory is
zero (i.e. when no sales are made or after a PLU Reset Report is taken to
reset the sales data of the PLU into zero)
To add new PLUs: Any time outside a sale. Must be signed off in Cashier
Signing Method.
(refer to “NOTE on Condition” on page 23)
Programming Procedure:
Use the MA Key to turn the
Control Lock to “SET”,
x MGR
REG р —» | 4 | —> |@тов! —> PLU
PLU Code
OFF 7 Declaration of Program max. 3 digits; Repeat for
No. 4 for PLU Table 1 to 999 programming
programming other PLUs.
SET (Max. 300
A PLUS)
For non-SPP Type
y NOTE 1
I |
I
ST | ce. al | DEP Filly! ATL |
Whole Package Preset Price |
Quantity o max. 6 digits; Depress the
SPP Type 0 to 999999¢ key of the
(max. 2 digits; NOTES Department
0 to 99) AMT to which the
setting PLU
is linked, NOTES 3, 4
To set
Open-price
PLU NOTE 2
NOTES 1. When sequentially programming the PLUs, the code specification can be
omitted. When it is omitted at the very first PLU, PLU Code “1” is
automatically assigned.
2. An QOpen-price PLU always requires a price entry through Numeric Keys in
sale entries, and may be used for an item that frequently changes its price.
3. The Department Key must not be an Other Income Department. If an Other
Income Department Key is depressed, no error occurs here but will occur on
entering the PLU in sale entries.
4. The statuses (Positive/Negative Status, Tax (PST) 1 & 2 Status, GST or Food
Stamp Status, and Key Type Status except Other Income) of each PLU is
decided by the statuses of the Department to which the PLU is linked.
5. SPP =Split-Package-FPricing; refer to PLU SPP in Sale tem Entries of PLUs
on the following pages. The “Preset Price” to follow will be the Whole
Package Price for a SPP-type PLU.
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PLU Table Program Receipt Format:
Key Operation
Control Lock: SET
a e]
Package
PLU Code any Price Dept. * 1.00 @
clean
(EEE)
EIEIEN PLU |
Preset — Link
OO) Penta] 7 /
20) Бес) | /
FTEISTof0) Per: 137 /
Moe
/ POLE 202 A
e
@
@
E ai
| PLU Code
No112300
LE
0.4% sd —
11.-03-92
PLO 0.6 04
* 2.0 0
PLO 1.1 01
*1 2 3.00
PLS 9.9 03
* 10.00
РЕЗ 0.0 05
* 0.50
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Link
Department No.
~~ Preset Price
Blank for Preset
Price indicates that
it is an Open-price
PLU.
[sJo[o][ PL Y 17 400 09 ,
50.0 03 Whole Pack
me me" "7 | jm
501 01 SPP-type PLU
[]o]o][ PIO Y [Amr | pr e —
— Whole Pack
SEE DE me) o a Pic
(EPR]F) Ml [e7] Ca Jeez] ~ ,
E
00.9 = Total number of
AT/TL ‚
Lam 000.6 PLUS set in
13-14 memory
Deleting Individual PLUs:
When any of the PLUs once programmed are not handled any more in the store, they can
be deleted.
Condition: When the required PLU sales total memory is zero (i.e. when no sales are
made or after a PLU Reset Report is taken to reset the sales data of the PLU
into zero)
(refer to “NOTE on Condition” on page 23)
Deleting Procedure:
—l> |@/FOR
x MGR ——> |4
REG E)
Declaration same as
PLU Programming on
OFF Z the preceding page.
SET Repeat for other PLUs to be deleted, if any.
У | ITEM | | > | |
CORR a PLU AT/TL
| PLU Code of the PLU
to be deleted
NOTES 1. Deletions are possible PLU by PLU.
2. If all the PLUs must be deleted (i.e., the PLU system itself is not necessary),
close the [PLU] Key. (Refer to Chapter 15.)
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PLU Deletion Recelpt Format:
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Key Operation Thank you
Control Lock: SET Call again
В
11-03-92 с
PLU Cod 0 — PLU Code deleted
PLY Code No112300
be deleted о» Symbol
. Deletion Symbo
"LO 10 "Line
--------- VD
00.8 = Total number of
000.7 PLUs remaining
13-16
set in memory
Changing PLU Preset Prices or Whole Package Quantity:
‘When only changing preset prices and/or whole package quantities of PLUs as part of daily
requirements, this operation is quicker than operating “Programming PLU Table”.
Condition: Any time outside a sale. Must be signed off in the Cashier Signing Method.
Programming Procedure:
Use the MA Key to turn the
Control Lock to “SET”.
Repeat for other PLUs, if necessary.
Y MGR
REG El > PLU
OFF Z PLU Code NOTE 3
max. 3 digits; === ноет.
1 ю 999 NOTE!
SET
For non-SPP PLUs or for no change
of Whole Package Quantity
KN ST | y, I #NS Y lo | AT/TL |
New Whole New Preset Price
Package Quantity max. 6 digits; ,
max. 2 digits; NOTE 4 010999999¢ (or| # | )
0 to 99 NOTE 2
NOTES 1. The PLU Codes must exist in the PLU table file already programmed.
2. If “0” is entered as the New Preset Price, price of $0.00 is set. Neither price
setting nor Whole Package Quantity changing are possible for Open-price
PL Us in this operation.
3. For sequentially accessing PLU Codes, the code specification can be omitted.
4. The entry of “New Whole Package Quantity” is possible only for SPP-type
PLUs (those already set with Whole Package Quantity). When the Whole
Package Quantity is changed here, the New Preset Price (i.e., New Whole
Package Price) must also be set here.
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PLU Price Change Setting
Receipt Format:
Key Operation 11-03-92
Contro! Lock: SET — PLU Code
Ne 112300
New Preset Price |
PLU Code New Preset Price пон No
[| PLU | [1[2]3]4]5]|#ms] PL011 01 Р
* 12 3.45 @ «E Now Preset Price
AT/TL 0021
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Sale Item Entries of PLUS
Various types of PLU entries are shown below.
Use the REG Key to turn the x MGR Cashier Sign ON is necessary or a
Control Lock to “REG”. REG / E] Cashier Key must be set to ON.
17.
OFF 7 (Refer to Chapter 17.)
SET Price Entered
(When the price is within
Entry of One PLU Item: PLU Code 3 digits, it is printed on
the PLU Code line.)
Preset-price PLU
1 to 899
PLU ,
J
PLU Code
max. 3 sis; if an error occurs here:
Status Symbol (same with Dept.
+ Possible cause of error: items)
| « Undefined PLU Code has been entered. TM: Tax 1 or Tax 2 (PST) Taxable
I — Enter a code of those PLUs FM: GST Taxable or Food-
| | programmed. MEN: Tax (PST) Taxable and
x : Tax e an
Open-price PLU | GST Taxable or Food-
stampable
PLU — AMT Blank. Not applicable to any of the
rw | above status.
PLU Code Price
max. 3 digits; | max. 6 digits
If an error occurs here:
Possible cause of error:
e Exceeding the price digit limit.
— Check the price.
*e The PLU Code entered is a Preset-price PLU.
— In that case the PLU item is already entered and printed
on the [PLU] key depression. Check if the PLU Code
and the price are correct.
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PLU Repeat Entry:
Depress again the last key of the sequence for “Entry of One PLU item” on the preceding
page. The item entry is repeated as many times as the last key is depressed. (A negative
PLU entry cannot be repeated.)
Preset-price PLU DTO
PL 20.0
PLU | | PLU *10.00 тм
PLU Code Pr 20.0
to repeat *1000 тм
PLU | — os avr | amando | AMT
PLU Code Price
to repeat
PLU Quantity Extension (Muitiplication):
When more than three or four items are to be entered with the same PLU item, the
Quantity Extension (multiplication) is quicker than the Repeat Entry.
Preset-price PLU
E.
E/FOR | — PLU |,
}
Quantity;
max. 6 digits
0.001 to 999.9
max. 3 digits; H an error occurs here:
I
PLU Code |
|
| 1 to 999
99
| Ca ——]————— a Possible cause of error:
e Product exceeding 7 digits.
ad a - — Check the Quantity.
If an error occurs here:
integer (
ex.) 1
hs rom nom нони н
3 digits for
0.234: ([0])[.]2][3]/4]!
3 digits for
decimal (max.)
Required only for any
decimal portion entry.
28: [1]2]3]
204: [2314]
Possible cause of error:
max.) Ce
® Exceeding the digit limit
--- HF an error occurs here:
Possible cause of error:
e Exceeding the LC of the link
Department
— Check the Unit Price,
— See Listing
Capacity Open.
= = == == == == == == == == == == == == == = == =
TUTTI Bi e Product exceeding 7 digits.
> Check the Quantity
Open-price PLU | == ME and Unit Price.
PLU | - | |... @/FOR | > e. AMT |
PLU Code Quantity; | Unit Price
KE 0.007 10 debo mee dots
NOTES 1. The product obtained by Quantity Extension cannot be repeated.
2.
The decimal portion of the Quantity entry is processed down to the 2 digits
below the decimal point. The fraction rounding at this time is fixed to ROUND
OFF.
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3. You can select the rounding process of the fractions of the product (result of
multiplication) -- ROUND OFF (initial setting), ROUND UP, or ROUND DOWN.
{Refer to Chapter “22. System Option Setting” Address 2 - Bits 1 and 2.)
Receipt Print Format for PLU Quantity Extension
a ES
PLU Code
~~ 4 x —— Quantity
* 1000 @ «E Unit Price
PL2 00
x 4000 TM «E Product
pg PN —]—Ú]Ú—ÚÉ —;— RARA
PLU SPP (Split-Package-Pricing):
This operation is used when a customer purchases only part but not all of the items in a
PLU package (example; only two tomatoes in a priced package of three tomatoes). (Also,
refer to “Department SPP” already described.)
Open-price PLU of SPP Type
— > pu | — ee AMT §
I
Q'ty = Quant PLU Code Whole Package
(Q'ty = Quantity) max. 3 digits; Price
1 to 999 max. 6 digits !
|
| if an error occurs here:
@FOR | — | Possible cause of error:
Purchased Q' e Product exceeding 7 digits.
max, 3 digita” — Check the Purchased Q'ty.
— Check the Purchased Q'ty.
e The PLU is not a SPP-type PLU.
— Check the PLU Code.
Î
I
(integer only) | ® The Purchased Q'ty contains decimal portion.
|
}
— PLU
PLU Code (The preset price is
max. 3 digits; regarded as the Whole
1 to 999 Package Price.)
Receipt Print Format for PLU SPP
Whole
Package
Quantity —f——> 3.10.00 6-€-[— Whole Package Price
| 5. X -«—— Purchased Quantity
PLU Code —}—> *50.1
* 16.67 TM —#—-—Product
PE овал сео. К,
NOTES 1. The product (final result amount) obtained by SPP cannot be repeated.
2. The product must not exceed 7 digits.
3. The rounding process of the fractions of the product is ROUND UP PRODUCT
as initial status. It can be changed to ROUND UP ITEM PRICE (refer to
Chapter 22, System Option Address 2 - Bit 5).
4, PLU SPP is possible only using the PLUs of SPP Type (i.e., programmed with
Whole Package Quantity).
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if a Department Key is programmed with Single-item status, an entry through a PLU which
links to the Department immediately finalizes the sale as cash and issues a receipt without
operating a media key (just as the operation using a Single-item Department Key).
Such PLUs are operated in the same way as ordinary (itemized) PLUs already described,
except that Repeat Entry is not possible using Single-item PLUs.
NOTES 1. An item entry through such a PLU will automatically finalize the sale as cash
outside a sale (i.e. when no other items have been entered within one receipt
sequence). However, it will function just as an itemized PLU if operated inside
a sale.
2. Quantity Extension and SPP are also possible using Single-item PLUS.
Receipt Print Format for Single-item PLU Entries
Example 1) -- Entry outside a sale --
When no sale is under way, a
PLU item (PLU Code 101, Preset
Price $3.40, linking to a Single-
item and Non-taxable department)
is entered .
The sale is automatically finalized
as cash and a receipt is issued.
[1][0][1] PLU
Example 2) -- Entry inside a sale --
An item of $5.00 is first entered
through Dept. 1 which is an
Itemized department.
Then an item of PLU Code 101
(defined as in Example 1) above
is entered.
The sale is not finalized until a
media key is operated.
Bee] Le]
[1][0][] PLU
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Preset Price Open OPEN | (Preset Open Key) (Open Key)
When an open price must be entered through a Preset-price Department, use the [PR OPEN] (or
[OPEN]) key to release the preset-price status temporarily. Then a price different from the
preset-price can be entered for that entry only, in
Department.
NOTE 1 NOTES 1, 3
the way as operating an Open-price
during the entry sequence of the following
Depress OPEN or OPEN | prior to or any time |
| operations for Open-price Departments (actually operating a
Preset-price Department instead) already described:
Entry of One Department item NOTE2
Other Income Department
Department Quantity Extension
Department SPP
Single-item
Department Entry
NOTES 1. The [PR OPEN] (or [ОРЕМ]) key must be pressed, at the latest, before the final
key of the required Department entry sequence.
2. A price entry by Preset Price Open cannot be repeated. Even if the Preset-price
Department Key that has just been used in a Preset Price Open entry sequence is
again depressed, the preset price of the key will be entered but not the open
price.
3, The [OPEN] key is a dual-function key.
By depressing it once, it functions as
both [LC OPEN] and [PR OPEN]. For the LC Open function, see the next page.
4. The Preset Price Open entry is not possible for any PLUs.
Example 1) Entry of One Department item sequence:
Preset-price Dept.
Dept.
} Price | Final Key of
| | the sequence
ГР | |
Depress OPEN or | OPEN J at any of these positions.
Example 2) Department Quantity Extension sequence:
ВИ lora | — —>
E
[ PR |
Depress OPEN BOT
Preset-price Dept.
Dept. |
Unit Price \ Final Key of
the sequence
OPEN | at any of these positions.
Please note that the entry sequence is the same as that of Open-price Departments, except
that the [PR OPEN] (or [OPEN]) key is additionally depressed and a Preset-price Department
Key is operated instead of an Open-price Department.
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Listing Capacity Open OPEN | (Listing Capacity Open Key) OPEN | (Open Key)
As for setting LCs, see “Programming Department LCs” in the “Department Keys” section.
When an item entry price exceeds the LC in sale entries, an error will result. To enter a price
larger than the limit defined by the LC, use the [LC OPEN] or [OPEN] key.
Depress OPEN | prior to or any time during the entry sequence of the following operations
for Open-price Departments and PLUs already described:
Entry of One Department Item
Department Repeat Entry (NOTE)
Other Income Department NOTE: When [OPEN] key is used
Department Quantity Extension instead of [LC OPEN], Repeat
Department SPP Entry is not possible (because the
Single-item Department Entry [PR OPEN] key function also
Entry of One PLU Item becomes effective).
PLU Repeat Entry (NOTE)
PLU Quantity Extension
Single-item PLU Entry
Please note that the [LC OPEN] or [OPEN] key must be pressed, at the latest, before the
final key of the required Department or PLU entry sequence. The LC for the department or
PLU will be extended with two higher digits for that entry only.
Example 1) Department Quantity Extension sequence:
@/FOR — LL Dept. |
nti it Pri
Quantity A A Unit Price A Final Key of
1 the sequence
|
Depress OPEN or OPEN | at any of these positions.
Example 2) PLU Quantity Extension sequence:
ul e... oros | > ee. El
| |
Quantity | Unit Price | Final Key of
the sequence
| PLU Code
———
| | Lc | >
Depress | open Jor | OPEN fat any of these positions.
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Percent Charge, Percent Discount | | %+
(%+ Key) | %-
(% — Key)
These keys are used to add or subtract a percent rate to or from an individual sale entry item or
the entire sale. Each of the keys can function with a rate manually entered or a preset rate. To
activate the preset rate entry, rate setting is necessary.
Setting Preset Rate for % Keys
Condition: Any time outside a sale and signed off.
Programming Procedure:
This portion is required
only when any decimal
portion is contained in the
Use the MA Key to turn the
Control Lock to “SET”.
MGR rato. A
REG E) for %+ rate if - +]
4 — % +
OFF Z
SET Le — LE ]
for % — rate \_ A
Y
% rate 0 to 99.999
Examples) |
7%: 7
12%: 1 2
8.55%: | 8 || „ 115 || 5
12.345%: 1 2 ° 3 4 5
To reset the rate 0 When “0” is set, the % key will always
once set: require a manual rate entry to be operated in
sale entries.
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10. % + | % + 10% A y % — 5%
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% Key Operations in Sale Entries x MGR
REG E (The Percent Discount
Use the REG Key to turn the FF operation requires the MGR
Control Lock to “REG”. о z position if so programmed
SET by System Option.)
| operates the same except that the calculated
»+ | Operation Patterns % — | amount will subtract from instead of adding to
the sale amount.
Percent Charge on a Department or PLU Item:
Department or PLU %+ | (for the Preset Rate)
item Entry
(79| | 1) % + | (for the Manual Rate)
max. 2 dig. max. 3 dig.
ko 5 y,
Y
Manual Rate
Percent Charge on Sale Total:
Sale Item Entries =e В» st | LE % + (for the Preset Rate)
CCE) | + | Cr the
Manual
max. 2 dig. max. 3 max. 3 dig. Rate)
Manual Rate
NOTES 1. When a rate is manually entered through a % key preset with a rate, the manual
rate prevails.
2. A % entry will cause an error if operated after an Other Income Department or
Negative Department entry.
3. À % entry after obtaining a Subtotal is usually allowed only once. However, it can
be programmed to allow multiple times. (Refer to Chapter “22. System Option
Setting”, Address 16 - Bit 2.)
4. You can select the rounding process of the fractions of the product (result of
multiplication) -- ROUND OFF (initial setting), ROUND UP, or ROUND DOWN.
(Refer to Chapter “22. System Option Setting”, Address 2 - Bits 1 and 2.)
5. The Percent Discount operation can be programmed to require the MGR position
of the Control Lock. (Refer to “22. System Option Setting”, Address 5 - Bit 3.)
6. Each of the % keys has its own Tax(PST) Status, GST Status, and Food Stamp
Status programmed. Refer to “Tax Modification” (page 62) and “Food Stamp
Modification” (page 63) for reversing the status.
Example of % Discount on Item Example of % Charge on Sale Total
01 x600 M Dept. 1 $6.00 «15.00 эт Subtotal $15.00
5, % - 10 % +
5% on $6.00 10% on $15.00
- 0.30 = $0.30 * 1.50 = $1.50
is discounted | is added
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Dollar Discount (Dollar Discount Key)
Dollar Discount is used to subtract an amount from the sale total.
x MGR
Use the REG Key to turn the REG (The Dollar Discount operation
Control Lock to “REG”. 1 = requires the MGR position if so
OFF 7 programmed by System Option.)
SET
| | DOLL |
Sale Item Entries — ( ST ) —> [| о [| | DISC
Amount to bediscounted
(max. 7 digits)
NOTES 1. For entering a Dollar Discount that will cause the sale total into negative (credit
balance), refer to Chapter “22. System Option Setting” Address 2 - Bit 3:
If status “Credit Balance Prohibited” (initial status) is selected.
Over-subtraction of the sale total by Dollar Discount causes an error.
If status “Credit Balance Allowed” is selected:
Over-subtraction of the sale total by Dollar Discount is possible.
2. Refer to “Tax Modification” (page 62) and “Food Stamp Modification” (page
63) for reversing the Tax or Food Stamp status of the [DOLL DISC] key.
-040 An amount of $0.40 is
| entered as Dollar Discount
Vendor Coupon CPN | (Vendor Coupon Key)
This is a motorized key to enter the amount of vendor coupons received from the customer. The
amount entered through this key will be negative and subtract from the sale total.
Use the REG Key to turn the REG X os
Control Lock to “REG”. 7
OFF Z
SET
Sale item Entries —# ( ST |) — | | reas [ | CPN |
Vendor Coupon Amount
NOTES 1. For entering a Vendor Coupon amount that will cause the sale total into negative
(credit balance), refer to Chapter “22. System Option Setting” Address 2 - Bit 3:
If status “Credit Balance Prohibited” (initial status) is selected:
Over-subtraction of the sale total by Vendor Coupon causes an error.
If status “Credit Balance Allowed” is selected:
Over-subtraction of the sale total by Vendor Coupon is possible.
2. Refer to “Tax Modification” (page 62) and “Food Stamp Modification” (page
63) for reversing the Tax or Food Stamp status of the [VND CPN] key.
TE a a ep p
-050 1 = An amount of $0.50 is entered as Vendor
Coupon.
*“ 1” is the symbol of Vendor Coupon.
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Store Coupon oon | (Store Coupon Key)
This is a declaration key to subtract a store coupon amount redeemed through a department.
Store coupon operations will net the department through which they are redeemed. To operate,
depress the [STR CPN] key before the coupon amount then operate the appropriate department
(but not any PLU).
Depress on prior to or any time during the entry sequence of the following operations
for Open-price or Preset-price Departments already described:
Entry of One Department Item
Department Quantity Extension NOTE 3
Single-item Department Entry nore2
NOTES 1. The [STR CPN] key must be pressed, at the latest, before the final key of the
required Department entry sequence.
2. The store coupon amount must be entered inside a sale and must not exceed the
sale total unless the “Credit Balance Allowed” option is selected. (Refer to
Chapter 22: System Option Setting, Address 2 - Bit 3.)
3. Quantity extension (multiplication) is permitted with this key, but no decimal
quantity will be accepted.
4. None of PLUs, Negative Departments, Void, Returned Merchandise entries are
possible along with the [STR CPN] key within one item.
5. The Store Coupon amount will subtract the Department Amount but will not affect
the Department Item Count in the report memory.
6. Refer to “Tax Modification” (page 62) and “Food Stamp Modification” (page
63) for reversing the Tax or Food Stamp status of the [STR CPN] key.
Example 1) Entry of One Department Item sequence (using an Open-price Department):
Dept.
Coupon Amount |
\ po \ Final Key of
| the sequence
Dapress SEN | at any of these positions.
Example 2) Department Quantity Extension sequence (using an Open-price Department):
crane @/FOR | —— I Dept
Quantity | Unit Amount
Î (integer oniy) \ of Coupon }
Final Key of —
the sequence
|
Depress | SIR | at any of these positions.
Example of Store Coupon Entry
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ot *100 sp “#7 Store Coupon $1.00 is entered through Dept. 1.
“SP” is the symboi of Store Coupon.
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Tax Modification | | 7X!M | Tax (PST) 1 Modifier Key
TX2M 1 Tax (PST) 2 Modifier Key
GSTM Y GST Modifier Key
HEE
Each of these keys is used to reverse the tax status of a required Department or PLU item to be
entered in a sale. It is also used to reverse the tax status status of [% +], [% —], [DOLL DISC],
[VND CPN}, and [STR CPN] keys. The Modifier Keys are effective only for one entry.
® Depress the required Modifier Key(s) prior to or any time during (before the final key at the
latest) the entry sequence of the following operations for Departments and PLUs already
described. More than one Modifier Keys can be depressed for the same item entry:
“`
Entry of One Department Item
Department Repeat Entry
Department Quantity Extension The tax status of the Department (refer to
Department SPP “Programming Depa

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