royal er-145 electronic cash register - MIRRORS.PDP

royal er-145 electronic cash register - MIRRORS.PDP

ROYAL ER-145

ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER

INTRODUCTION

Congratulations

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You are the owner of a fine quality electronic cash register engineered with practical features to meet a full range of business needs The

Royal ER 145 has the same advanced computer logic and electronic technology found on more expensive machines It has a s mple keyboard layout that makes register operation easy to perform The rugged construct on of the Royal ER 145 meets the long term needs of many businesses

IMPORTANT The ER 145 features a continuous audible tone alarm when the proper operational sequence is not used Careful read ng of this instruction manual and proper care will enable you to use your new Royal electronic cash register to ts fullest capacity

SPECIAL FEATURES

4 Departments Each department is totally programmable to automatically calculate the appropriate tax rate Fixed percentage tax state table tax or non tax can be programmed for each individual department

64 Programmable Tax Points Permits automatic tax computing for variable state table tax rates Transactions can be completed without referring to a tax table

Tax Shift Keys Permits operational flexibility for each department by allowing the programmed tax rate to be overridden An item can then be entered at a different tax rate or as nontaxable

Dual Rotary Display Allows easy visibility by both customer and the operator during the transaction The rear display rotates to the best viewing pos t on and clearly displays prices totals and change to be paid

Clock Display/Automatic Date Rollover Keeps accurate time with an easy to read display feature Date automat cally changes every 24 hours

Thank You Stamp Prints Thank You on every tape at the completion of the transaction

Magnetic Bill Holder Holds bill in place to avoid errors while making change

Removable Cash/Com Drawer With Lock Heavy duty metal cash drawer features separate removable 4 slot bill tray and 5 slot com tray Comes equipped with a lock for added security

INTRODUCTION

Dual Tape System This reg ster can mamta n two tapes one for a permanent journal record and another as a customer receipt

Tax Program Totalizer Protection A N cad battery system preserves the reg ster programs and all transact on data totals stored in the reg ster memory if there s a power nterrupton

Journal and Control Locks Provides management secur ty controls over machine operations the transact on data totals and register program

Error Alarm Alerts the operator w th a cont nuous aud ble tone alarm when a proper operational sequence is not used

Received On Account Key Perm ts the automatic record ng of all money rece ved on account

Paid Out Key Permits the automatic record ng of any money pa d from the reg ster

Percent Discount Key Permits the automatic discounting of a single item or an entire transaction in any department at a programmed rate

Charge Sales Key Perm ts the registering of all or a part of a transaction as a charge sale

Returned Merchandise Key Permits the reg ster ng of merchandise being returned for credit Also for coupon reduct ons of any amount during a sales

Void Key Allows for the correction of transaction entry errors

WARNING

This equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual may cause interference to radio communications !t 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 where the user may be required to take whatever measures necessary to correct the interference at his own expense

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction Page 1 -2

Keyboard Layout Page 5

Keyboard Functions Page 6-7

Display Page 8-9

Security System — Control Lock Journal Cover Lock, Cash Drawer Lock Page 10

Alarm System Page 11

High Digit Lockout Page 11

Memory Protection System Page 12

Operation and Maintenance Page 13

Ribbon Replacement Page 14

Loading Paper Page 15

Thank You Stamp Page 16

Initial Set-up and Programming Page 17

Program One "PGM-1" — Tax Options Page 18

Time Date Periodic Total Printing Options Page 19

Transaction Number Grand Total Print Options Page 20

Program One Printout Page 21

Program Two "PGM-2" — Department Function Options Page 22

Discount Rate Page 23

High Digit Lockout Page 23

Register Number Page 24

Date Page 24

Time & Tax Rate Computation & Tax Option 100 Page 25

Tax Option 101 Page 26

Tax Option 102 Page 27

Program Two Printout Page 28

Initial Set-up and Programming Summary Page 29

State Table Tax Codes Pages 30 a, b, c &d —35

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Transaction Examples — Printout Symbols Page 36

Multiple Item/Cash Sale Page 37

Single Item/Cash Sale Page 38

Multiple Item/Charge Sale Page 38

Multiple Item/Split Tendered Page 38

Multiple Entry Page 39

Multiplication Key Page 39

Tax Shift 1, Tax Shift 2 Page 40

Non-Tax Shift Page 1

Paid Out Page 1

Received On Account Page 1

Percent Discount Page 2 43

Returned Merchandise Coupon Reduction Page 4

Void Page 5-46

Refund Void Page 6-47

Tax Shift Manual Entry Rate Page 8 50

Special Features —Time Display Page 1

Automatic Date Rollover Page 1

Removable Department Key Covers Page 1

High Digit Lockout Page 52

Reference Number No Sale Key Page 52

Transaction Data Totals — Periodic "X" Position Reading Page 53

Total Clear "Z" Position Reading Page 53

2 Hour Periodic Total Page 53

Locked In Grand Total Page 53

"Z" Reading Printout Page 54

Technical Specifications Page 55

Troubleshooting and Service Page 56

Warranty Page 57

Service Center Locations Page 58

KEYBOARD FUNCTIONS

KEYBOARD FUNCTIONS

1 Key Control Lock Controls operation of the machine Two sets of 8 [C] Clear Entry and Stop Alarm Key Clears errors made on keyPoard keys are provided (OP) operator key; control "I", 'X and R' prior to pressing the registration key Also stops error alarm when functions (MA) manager keys control all functions incorrect entries are made

2 'PGM-1' Programming Position 1 For programming register oper 9 JO] Single Zero Entry Key Allows the operator to easily enter zeros to atmc, functions Can only be accessed with (MA) manager s key obtain the desired decimal placement

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6 "X* Periodic Total Reading Position Permits reading of all transac 15 [AMT TEND/TOTAL] Amount Tendered Total and Cash Total Key lion data totals at any time without clearing the register Used to total transact ons to compute change and to obtain transac

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KEYBOARD FUNCTIONS

16 [CHARGE] Charge Sales Key Used to total sales that are charged 22 [TAX SHIFT 1] Tax Shift One Key Used to enter a Tax 1 item into

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18 [#/NS] Reference Number No Sale Key Opens the cash drawer and previous entry or entire transaction prints reference numbers 24 [X/TIME] Multiplication and Time Key Multiplies a number of like

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20 [NON TAX SHIFT] Non Tax Shift Key Used to enter a non tax item 26 [R/A] Received On Account Key Used to register any money re into a taxable department ceived on account

21 [TAX SHIFT 2] Tax Shift Two Key Used to enter a Tax 2 item into 27 [REL] High Digit Lock Out Release Key Used to make an entry either a Tax 1 or Non Tax Department The applicable Tax 2 rate will above the programmed high digit lock out limit be automatically added to the item

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Paper Feed Key

Used to advance paper tape

DISPLAY

The ER 145 is equipped with front and rear displays which allow for easy visibility by both the customer and operator during the transaction

The rear display rotates to the best viewing position and clearly displays prices totals and change to be paid To rotate the rear display pull upward on the rear display housing until it locks into place Then simply turn to the desired position

The display features large clear easy to read fluorescent digits with an input capacity of seven digits (99 999 99) and a read out capacity of up to nine d gits Above the display are symbols that show which entry is being made in the transaction and is indicated by an arrow below that symbol

The following symbols show what entry is being made in the transaction with the amount of the entry shown on the display

ST Subtotal When [ST] or [ST TAX] key has been pressed for intermediate totaling

CH Charge When [CHARGE] key has been pressed for a charge transaction

TL Cash Total When [AMOUNT/TEND] key has been pressed for amount tendered in the transaction or to total the transaction

CG Change When the cash tendered is more than the total of the transaction and change is to be paid

PO Paid Out When [P/0] key has been pressed to show any money that has been paid out

-% D scount When [-%] OR [RETD MDSE] key has been pressed for any discount reduction or refund being allowed in the transactor

VD Vo d When [VOID] key has been pressed to void a previous entry or an entire transaction

DISPLAY

The left side of the display will show the following symbols or figures while the transaction is taking place

"1", "2", "3" or "4" - Shows which department key has been pressed in the transaction The department number will appear as the first digit on the left side of the display The number of times the department key has been pressed for repeat entries of the amount will appear as the second digit on the left side of the display For example if Department 1 key has been pressed three times for 3 items of the same price in the transaction the figures "1" and "3" will appear on the left side of the display

"E" - Error - When an error has been made in the calculation or the operation of the register the tone alarm will sound (See instructions for clearing errors ) The symbol "E" will appear on the second digit of the display

" - " Minus - Shows that a negative or minus entry has been made in the transaction for a discount reduction or refund The symbol

" - " will appear on the second digit of the display

SECURITY SYSTEM

TRIPLE LOCK SECURITY SYSTEM

Control Lock Two sets of keys are provided to operate the Control Lock The operator (OP) key is used to register daily transactions in the "R" position and to take periodic read ngs in the "X" position

The manager s (MA) key ib used to take total clear readings in the "2" position and to enter the register program in the "PGM-1" ind "PGM-2" positions The managers (MA) key will also access the "R" and "X" positions Both kt ys will electronically lock the register in the "L" position A spare key of each is provided

Journal Cover Lock The printer and |ournal compartment is designed with a lock for added security

This allows the owner or manager to control access to the journal compartment as desired One set of keys is provided

Removable Cash Drawer With Lock The cash drawer will open after completing a cash transaction or by pressing the [#/NS] key In case of a power failure the [#/NS] key will not open the cash drawer electronically Use the hidden emergency lever underneath the cash register for opening the cash drawer

The cash drawer is electronically locked when the control lock switch is in the "L" position In addition the cash drawer is designed with a security lock that manually locks the cash drawer and prevents electronically opening it by the [#/NS] key or by the hidden emergency lever underneath the register

The cash drawer features separate removable bill and com trays To remove hold the cash drawer open with one hand firmly grasp the divider between the cash and com trays and push both drawers forward then lift upward and back towards you The cash and com trays will easily lift out of the drawer

ALARM SYSTEM/HIGH DIGIT LOCK-OUT

ALARM SYSTEM

Register Tone This cash register has an audible tone that sounds to confirm registration each time a key is pressed

Entry Error Alarm In using the register all operations must be performed in tne proper sequence To prevent operator errors the register will sound a continuous tone alarm if an operation is performed incorrectly To clear the error lock condition the operator simply presses the

Clear [C] key determines what error was made and continues to operate in the proper sequence IMPORTANT When an operation is begun but not completed in the "R" position turning the control lock to another position will result in an alarm error condition When a transaction is begun in the "R" position it must be completed by the use o f

[AMOUNT TEND/TOTAL] [CHARGE] [P/O] [R/A] or [VOID] before changing to another position

Clear Key As described above the clear [C] key will erase an alarm condition caused by an operational error (usually pressing a key that was not proper for that operation) The clear [C] key will not erase a transaction that has been registered by an operating key and printed on the register tape To erase entries made in error after pressing the Department Key or any other operating key and the entry has been printed on the tape use the Void [VOID] key »o correct the error

Total Register Clear If the operator cannot correct an error/lock condition or to clear all pre programmed data from the machine turn the control lock to "PGM-1" position to turn battery off and then unplug machine Reconnect power then reprogram the register

HIGH DIGIT LOCK-OUT

To prevent the operator from making an entry into the register of an erroneously high price the register can be programmed to limit the number of digits that can be entered in the transaction The register can be programmed to Lock-Out" after an entry of three (9 99) to six

(9999 99) digits To make an entry above the programmed "Lock-Out" limit use the Release key to make an entry up to the maximum seven digits

MEMORY PROTECTION SYSTEM

BATTERY SYSTEM

The register is equipped with a battery system that provides back up power to the register memory if the power cord is accidentally disconnected or if a power interruption occurs The register program the transaction totals and the locked in grand total will be retained in the machine because of the memory protection feature

The batteries powering the memory are nickel cadmium rechargable batteries which operate no other part of the register These batteries recharge automatically when the machine is plugged in IMPORTANT The register should remain plugged in with electrical power running to the register at all times If electrical power is interrupted on a regular basis the life of the battery will be shortened When the register is not in use turn the control switch to the "L" position The keyboard will then be inoperable and the cash drawer will be electronically locked A minimum amount of power will then maintain the register program and the transaction data totals

Average battery life protection is approximately 700 hours after a power interruption If the power is interrupted for a lengthy indefinite period of time turn the control lock switch to the "PGM-1" position This will turn the battery off and extend its life All transaction data totals will be lost and the register program will have to be re entered

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

Electrical Power Connection - This Cash Register operates on any standard three hole electrical outlet (115 120 volt 60 hertz) It is recommended that the cash register be connected to an electrical circuit where no other electrical device or appliance is connected which may overload the circuit or cause electrical interference with the cash register It is best that a single circuit be provided for register operations

To Operate - Before operating cash register, be sure that the register is placed on a level surface to permit smooth operation of the register cash drawer The operation of this register is simple however operations must be performed in the specific sequence or an automatic electronic lock will prevent further operation

CAUTIONS

- Your register must never be covered when turned on, this will prevent proper cooling of electronic components

- Use the dust cover when the register is not in operation to protect mechanical components from dust

- Take care to keep beverages and other liquids away from the machine to avoid spills which may foul electronic components

- To clean, use a soft, dry cloth, do not use organic solutions such as alcohol

- Your machine should be kept in areas free from dust dampness or extreme temperatures (hot or cold)

- After storage in extreme temperatures (below 32°F or above 104°F) allow the temperature inside the machine enough time to reach room temperature before switching on

- Never pull the paper tape through the pnnthead to prevent damage always use the electronic paper feed

- Should electronic service be required use of an authorized service center is recommended \see page 58)

RIBBON REPLACEMENT

IMPORTANT

The ER 145 comes equipped with the ribbon installed To prepare the register for operation simply remove the red adhesive tape that was placed on the ribbon spools to secure them during transportation The ribbon spools are located in front of the printer in the journal compartment The register printer and adjoining ribbon spools are easily accessible by unlocking the journal cover with the journal lock key

After unlocking lift the cover forward and upward to remove

REPLACING THE INK RIBBON

The ink ribbon releases special ink to the paper which produces the printout After a period of time depending on the amount of use the ink in the ribbon will be used up When the printout becomes faint the ribbon needs to be replaced To remove the ribbon grasp each spool and pull upward The ribbon spools will easily pull away from the pnnthead Lift the ribbon from the front of the pnnthead away from the ribbon guides

To install a new ribbon place one spool on a post and while holding the other spool guide the ribbon through the ribbon guides (shown below) using a pencil to place the ribbon in its track to make installation easier Place the other spool on the spool post and press both spools down to secure The spool holder arm will automatically move away to allow the spool to slide down into position The spool holder arm will lock the ribbon spool into place when it is properly seated Turn ribbon spools to take up any slack around the ribbon guides

LOADING PAPER

HOW TO LOAD PAPER

The ER 145 register uses 2' 4 dual carbonless paper to produce both a customer receipt (outside) and a journal record (inside) The register will also accept standard 2' 4 calculator paper for a single tape record

1 Plug in your cash register

2 Cut or tear the end of the paper roll evenly for a straight even edge for proper feeding through the prmthead

3 Place paper roll in paper holder so that the paper will feed from the bottom of the roll (See Fig 1 )

4 Insert both ends (if using dual tape) or the end of a single paper tape into the paper slot (See Fig 2 )

5 Depress the paper [FEED] key until the paper catches and advances through the printer

6 If paper does not feed through the printer make sure the paper is entered properly inspect the end of paper tape

7 To insert the journal winder it is not necessary to remove the journal winder spindle Simply advance the tape approximately 1012 inches by using the

[FEED] key Then slide the inside pressure sensitive tape under one of the forks that extends on either side of the journal winder Press the [FEED] again and hold it down The journal tape will then automatically secure itself on the journal winder spindle (See Fig 3 )

8 Pass the outside plain tape through the receipt window of the journal printer cover

9 Replace journal printer cover

NOTE It is recommended to use ROYAL brand 2 ' 4 (57mm) bond quality paper which will help prevent dust deposits on the printer mechanism found with inexpensive paper rolls Replace with ROYAL brand carbonless two ply paper order #013130 or standard bond quality calculator paper ROYAL order #013129

THANKYOU STAMP

THANK YOU STAMP

The ER 145 is equipped with a rubber stamp that prints Thank You on every customer receipt at the completion of a transaction If the print becomes unclear or faint add 2 drops of ink to the stamp pad

Follow this procedure for refilling the stamp pad

1 The thank you stamp s located directly in front of the printer Using your thumb and index finger firmly grasp the stamp pad on both ends and pull upwird

2 IMPORTANT On the reverse side of the stamp pad there are two small holes Feed 1 drop of ink into each hole Be sure to use ink that is specified for such use otherwise a chemical reaction may damage the stamp pad Stamp pad ink for this purpose can be ordered directly from ROYAL by using the enclosed parts accessories order form

3 Replace the stamp pad Be sure that it snaps into place securely

PROGRAMMING THE REGISTER

The ER 145 has highly sophisticated electronic technology that allows many programming options to meet the individual needs ot many businesses The following simple step by step programming procedures will allow you to select the options that will meet your needs The programming of these options is a one time set up operation and once the ER 145 is programmed there is no need to repeat the operation except to reprogram a change in the options

The programming of the register is done with the control lock switch in the "PGM-1" and 'PGM-2" positions Use the manager s (MA) key to access these positions The "PGM-1" position is used to program the tax calculating options the time date and periodic total printing options and the consecutive number and grand total printing options The "PGM-2" position is used to program the department key functions the tax rate percentages (Tax 1 and Tax 2) the discount rate computation the high digit lock out the req ster number and the t me and date

IMPORTANT It is recommended that in order to have a complete understanding of the operation of the register the examples given in the following step by step programming procedure be followed All transaction examples given in this manual are based on this sample program Please use our sample program and familiarize yourself with the transaction examples Then reprogram the register for your individual needs

INITIAL SETUP AND PROGRAMMING

PROGRAM ONE: Turn the control lock key to 'PGM-1" position using (MA) key

In setting up program one you have four (4) steps to do You must program all four steps in PGM1 in order before you can go on to program two

STEP ONE:

Tax Options — There are three (3) tax options available that can be programmed to automatically calculate two different tax percentages (Tax 1 and Tax 2) either at a fixed percentage tax rate or at a state table tax rate You must choose one of these options NOTE The actual tax rates will be programmed in Program Two "PGM-2"

The three (3) tax options are

100-non tax (Use this option if you do not need to tax any items in your store)

101-fixed percentage tax (Use this option if Tax 1 and Tax 2 are to be fixed tax rates)

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102-state table and fixed percentage tax (Use this option if you want Tax 1 to be a state table tax rate and Tax 2 to be a fixed tax rate)

NOTE By entering the state tax table your tax will come out more accurately

Select the appropriate tax option p/ess the numbers on the keyboard The numbers will appear on the right side of the display

PROGRAM EXAMPLE State table tax (102) is selected Tax 1 will be programmed as a state table tax rate Tax 2 will be programmed as a fixed percentage rate

PRESS DISPLAY

102 102

NOTE Disregard decimal point'

IMPORTANT Do not clear entry after each input If an error has been made in the entry clear and reprogram all data for Program One

GO ON TO STEP TWO —»•

INITIAL SETUP AND PROGRAMMING

Time Date and Periodic Total Printing Options — There are eight (8) option* that can be programmed to print out the time date or two hour periodic sales amount totals You must choose one of these options NOTE The actual time and date will be programmed in Program

Two PGM-2

The eight (8) printout opt ons are

02 — Time Print Date Print 2 Hour Periodic Total Print

12 — Date Print 2 Hour Periodic Total Print

22 — Time Print 2 Hour Periodic Total Print

32— 2 Hour Periodic Total Print

42 — Time Print Date Print No Periodic Total Print

52 — Date Print No Periodic Total Print

62 — Time Print No Periodic Total Print

72 — None of the above date to be printed

If an option that includes Time Print and or Date Print is selected the time and or date will be printed on all transaction receipts and also on the X and Z reading printouts

If an option that includes 2 Hour Periodic Total Print is selected a periodic sales amount total of all transactions during pre set 2 hour intervals will be printed on the X and Z reading printouts

Select the appropriate print option press the numbers on the keyboard The numbers will appear on the right side of the display to the right of the tax option number

PROGRAM EXAMPLE Time print date print and two hour periodic total print is selected

PRESS DISPLAY

102

02 10202

NOTE Disregard decimal point

1

IMPORTANT Do not clear entry after each input If an error has been made in the entry clear and reprogram alt data for Program One

GO ON TO STEP THREE —>

INITIAL SETUP AND PROGRAMMING

STEP THREE:

Transaction Number and Grand Total Print Option — There are four (4) options that can be programmed to reset the consecutive number of each transaction after every "Z" position reading and to print out the locked in Grand Total of all transactions on the "Z" position reading printout You must choose one of these options

The four (4) options are

0 — Consecutive Number to be re-set Grand Total Print

1 — Consecutive Number not to be re-set Grand Total Print

2 — Consecutive Number to be re-set No Grand Total Print

3 — Consecutive Number not to be re-set No Grand Total Print

The consecutive transaction number is printed on all transaction receipts and on every X and Z reading printout This number can be reset to two after a reading has been taken in the "Z" position (The "Z" reading is number one and the first transaction for the next day will be number two)

The locked in grand total is a running total of all transactions This grand total is maintained in the memory of the machine at all times It cannot be erased or tampered with and will never reset to zero (See page 53) You have the option of printing this grand total on "Z" reading printouts

Select the appropriate option press the number on the keyboard The numbers will appear on the right side of the display and to the right side of the numbers selected for the tax and printout option numbers

PROGRAM EXAMPLE The consecutive number to be re set after "Z" readings The locked in grand total to be printed on "Z*

1 readings

NOTE Disregard decimal point

1

IMPORTANT Do not clear entry after each input If an error has been made in the entry clear and reprogram all data for Program One

GO ON TO STEP FOUR —>

PRESS DISPLAY

10202

0 102020

INITIAL SETUP AND PROGRAMMING

STEP FOUR:

Entering Steps 1, 2, & 3 — The data input for Program One "PGM-1" is now complete You should have six (6) numbers showing in the display window

Press the [AMI TEND/TOTAL] key to enter the programmed data into the register and to get a tape readout

PROGRAM EXAMPLE

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

102020 102020

[AMTTEND/TOTALJ 102020 No 0001 00

0000

00 00 00

IMPORTANT If it is necessary to reprogram any of the options in Program One "PGM-1" Step 1 through Step 4 of the programming procedure must be repeated

GO TO NEXT PAGE FOR PROGRAMMING PGM-2 —>

INITIAL SETUP AND PROGRAMMING

PROGRAM TWO: Turn the control lock key to PGM-2 position us ng (MA) key

STEP ONE:

Department Function Options — Ther° are eight (8) options to choose from when programming your four (4) departments You must program all four (4) departments before going on to step two

A department can be programmed as non tax or to automatically add either Tax 1 or Tax 2 to all transactions A department can also be programmed to automatically add the combined tax rate of Tax

1 and Tax 2 to all transactions NOTE The actual tax rates will be programmed in Step 7

Each department can be programmed for multiple item sales or single item sales If a department is programmed for single item sales a cash sales transaction for one item only can be registered in a quick one step method (See Page 38 for Transaction Example)

The eight (8) department options are

0 —Multiple Item Sale—Non Tax 4 —Single Item Sale — N o n Tax

1—Multiple Item Sale—Tax 1 5 —Single Item Sale — Tax 1

2 —Multiple Item Sale—Tax 2 6 —Single Item Sale —Tax 2

3 —Multiple Item Sale—Tax 1 and Tax 2 7 —Single Item Sale —Tax land Tax 2

Select the appropriate department option press the ass qned number for the function desired on the keyboard then pj^ess the white

PROGRAM EXAMPLE

PRESS DISPLAY

0 [Depfl] 1 000

1 [Dept2] 2 0 0 1

5 [Dept3] 3 005

2 [Dept4] 4 002

Department 1 is programmed for (0) Multiple item sale non tax

Department 2 is programmed for (1) Multiple item sale Tax 1

Department 3 is programmed for (5) Single item sale Tax 1

Department 4 is programmed for (2) Multiple item sale Tax 2

GO ON TO STEP TWO —>

INITIAL SETUP AND PROGRAMMING

STEP TWO.

Discount Rate Percentage — A fixed percentage discount rate can be programmed into the register This percentage rate can be discounted from an individual tem or an entire transaction The programmed discount rate can be overridden for a single transaction by manually entering a different discount rate Refer to Page 42 for transaction examples If you do not wish to enter a fixed discount you can skip over this step

Enter the appropriate discount rate by pressing the number on the keyboard and then press the [ - %] key

PROGRAM EXAMPLE A fixed discount rate of 15°° is selected

PRESS DISPLAY

15

[-%]

G 015

GO ON TO STEP THREE

STEP THREE:

High Digit Lock out — This option will safeguard your employees or yourself from entering a sale price beyond your desired price The number of digits that can be entered by the operator can be limited from a minimum of three to a maximum of seven To override this lockout press the release [REL] Key You must choose one of the five options before going on to step four

The f v e (5) options are

35 —Three Digits

45 —Four Digits

55 —Five Digits

65 —Six Digits

75 — Seven Digits

HIGHEST POSSIBLE ENTRY

999

9999

99999

9999 99

99999 99 (Maximum display)

Press the appropriate numbers on the keyboard then press the

[RETD MDSE] key

PROGRAM EXAMPLE A maximum 5 digit lock out has been selected The highest possible entry will be 999 99

PRESS DISPLAY

55 [RETD MDSE] 055

GO ON TO STEP FOUR —•*

INITIAL SETUP AND PROGRAMMING

STEP FOUR:

Register Number — A register number can be programmed to appear on all receipts and on the X and Z reading printouts Only a two digit register number can be used (0 99) If you only have one register in your store and do not wish to number it you can skip over this step and go on to step five

Press the appropriate numbers on the keyboard then press the [VOID] key

PROGRAM EXAMPLE The register number 12 is selected

PRESS DISPLAY

12 [VOID] u 0 1 2

GO ON TO STEP FIVE

STEP FIVE:

Date — The correct date can be programmed into the register If selected as an option in Step 2 of Program One the date will be printed on all transaction receipts and also on the X and Z readings The date needs to be programmed only once After the initial setting the date will automatically change every 24 hours In addition the register is pre programmed with a permanent four year calendar The month will automatically change after the last day of each month taking into consideration the varying number of days in each month

The date must be entered in the following sequence year month date Any single digit numbers for the month and day must be preceded by a zero

To program the date press the appropriate numbers on the keyboard then press the [CHARGE] key

PROGRAM EXAMPLE The date June 18 1984 will be programmed

PRESS DISPLAY

840618 [CHARGE] 840618

NOTE Disregard decimal point If you choose to program date time must also be programmed to ensure date rollover

GO ON TO STEP SIX —>

INITIAL SETUP AND PROGRAMMING

STEP SIX:

Time —The correct time in hours and minutes can be programmed into the register If selected as an option in Step 2 of Program One the time will be printed on all transaction receipts and also on the X and Z reading printouts

To enter the hour press the appropriate numbers on the keyboard Then add the minutes by pressing the appropriate numbers on the keyboard Press the [X/TIME] key to enter The correct time will appear on the display with a dash mark separating the hour and minutes

NOTE The ER 145 utilizes a 24 hour clock The time must be entered by adding 12 to all hours in the PM This is commonly called international time The 24 hour clock ensures that the date will change at 12 midnight and also provides for more accurate sales data from the 2 hour periodic total readings

PROGRAM EXAMPLE The time to be programmed is 3 45 P M (15 45 hours)

PRESS DISPLAY

1545 [X/TIMEJ 1545

GO ON TO STEP SEVEN

STEP SEVEN:

Tax Rate Computation The final step is to program the tax percentages for Tax 1 and Tax 2 according to the tax option selected in

Program One PGM-1 One of the following three (3) tax options should have been selected

Option 100 —NonTax

Option 101 — Tax 1 and Tax 2 will be programmed as a fixed percentage tax rate

Option 102 — Tax 2 will be programmed as a fixed percentage tax rate and Tax 1 will be programmed as a state table tax rate

IMPORTANT — The procedure for programming the actual tax percentage is different for each option Follow the instructions for the tax option that was selected

Tax Option 100—If you chose this option in PGM 1 no further programming is necessary Proceed to Step 8 (Page 27)

GO ON TO NEXT PAGE FOR TAX OPTION 101 —»

INITIAL SETUP AND PROGRAMMING

STEP 7 CONT:

Tax Option 101 — A) To program Tax 1 (fixed percentage rate tax)

If you chose this option in PGM1 enter the appropriate tax percent by pressing the numbers on the keyboard using the decimal point [«J

Then press the [R/A] key

PROGRAM EXAMPLE Tax 1 is 7 50 percent

PRESS DISPLAY

7 5 [R/AI a 75

B) To program Tax 2 (fixed percentage rate tax)

Enter the appropriate tax percent by pressing the numbers on the keyboard and the decimal point [.] (Similar to entering the Tax 1 percent)

Then press the [P/O] key

PROGRAM EXAMPLE Tax 2 is 5 00 percent

PRESS DISPLAY

5 0 [P/O] n 5 0

No further programming is necessary Proceed to Step 8 (Page 27)

GO ON TO NEXT PAGE FOR TAX OPTION 102 —*

INITIAL SETUP AND PROGRAMMING

Tax Option 102 —

A) To program Tax 2 (fixed percentage rate tax) enter the appropriate tax percent by pressing the number on the keyboard and the decimal point [ ] Then press the fp^Sfkty

PROGRAM EXAMPLE Tax 2 is 5 00 percent

PRESS DISPLAY

5 0 [P/0] 5 0

B) To program Tax 1 (state table tax) a specific code needs to be derived from an approved state table tax Included n this nstruction manual on pages 30 a b c

& d s a I sting of establ shed codes which are based on current tax charts from all states To enter your specific code press the Release [REL] key and then enter each number for your appropriate tax table After each code number press the Subtotal Tax [STTAX] key

NOTE Start ng on page 31 there is a complete explanation as to how the specif c code is derived from an established state table tax chart Use th s for your reference f your state table tax chart should change or f your spec f c code is not in this manual

PROGRAM EXAMPLE Tax 1 s based on a 3 5°

0

state table tax

STEP A [REL] J 0 00

STEPB 243 ISTTAXJ 01 243

STEPC 200 [STTAX] 02 200

STEPE 15 [STTAX] 04 015

23 [STTAX] 05 023

25 [STTAX] 06 025

25 [STTAX] 07 025

25 [STTAX] 08 025

30 [STTAX] 09 030

GO ON TO STEP EIGHT —»

36 [STTAX] 0 036

34 [STTAX] 1 034

30 [STTAX] 2 030

28 [STTAX] 4 028

29 [STTAX] 5 029

29 [STTAX] 6 029

28 [STTAX] 7 028

29 [STTAX] 8 029

28 [STTAX] 9 028

INITIAL SETUP AND PROGRAMMING

STEP EIGHT:

The data input for Program Two 'PGM-2" is now complete Press the [AMT TEND/TOTAL] key to enter the programmed data into the register for a tape readout

PROGRAM EXAMPLE

PRESS DISPLAY

[AMT TEND/TOTAL] Will display the last number that was entered into step 7

NOTE If it is necessary to change any portion of the 'PGM-2" program it is not necessary to re enter the entire program Simply turn the control lock to the "PGM-2" position re enter the program step you wish to change then press the [AMT TEND/TOTAL] key to re enter the programmed data and to obtain a revised program printout

22 thru 62 not — sample

Number

INITIAL SETUP AND PROGRAMMING SUMMARY

Operation of the Register

1 Initial Start up

A Be sure that the register is on a hard level surface

B Connect the power cord to an AC three wire outlet

CAUTION It is not recommended to plug the register into an outlet with any other appliances

C Install ribbon (as necessary)

D Install paper roll (as necessary)

E Replace Journal Cover

A Turn Control Lock key to "PGM-1" position

Step 1 Enter Tax Option

Step 2 Enter time date and periodic total printing option

Step 3 Enter transaction number and grand total print option

Step 4 Press [AMOUNT TEND/TOTAL] key to enter program and for tape readout

B Turn Control Lock key to "PGM-2" position

Step 1 Enter the department function option

Step 2 Enter discount rate press [-%j key

Step 3 Enter digit lock out number press [RETD MDSE] key

Step 4 Enter register number Press [VOID] key

StepS Enter date Press [CH] key

Step6 Enter correct time Press [X] key

Step 7 Enter Tax 2 fixed percentage tax rate press [R/A] key Enter Tax 1 fixed percentage tax rate or state table tax rate press [P/O] key

Step 8 Press [AMOUNT TEND/TOTAL] key to enter program and for tape readout

3 Operating Register

A Turn control lock key to "R" position

THE ER 145 IS NOW READY FOR USE

STATE TABLE TAX CODE

Listed below and on the following pages are codes for established state table tax rates as of January 1 1984 To enter the code press the release [BEL] key and then enter each code number After entering each code number press the subtotal tax [ST TAX] key Refer to page

26 for a program example

Every effort has been made to include most state table tax rates If your particular table tax rate is not ncluded on the list or if it has changed it is recommended that you refer to the instructions beginning on page 31 to calculate the code from your particular tax table

If additional assistance is necessary the following product support number can be called 1 203 688 0028

STATE TAX CODES

Alabama 7°o 8 1 0 0 7 8 1 4 1 4 1 4 1 5 1 4 1 4 1 5

4°o 1 0 0 1 0 0 4 1 1 2 0 2 4 1 9 2 6 2 5 2 5 2 5 2 5

Arizona 6°° 1 0 9 1 0 0 6 1 1 1 2 1 7 1 7 1 7 1 7 1 8 1 6 1 7 1 7 1 6 1 7 1 7

4% 1 3 8 1 0 0 4 1 3 1 9 2 3 2 7 2 7 2 9 2 5 2 5 2 5 2 5

Arkansas 5°o 1 0 1 0 0 5 1 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0

4°o 163 100 4 13 25 25 25 25 20 30 25 25 25 25

3% 7 5 1 0 0 3 1 5 3 0 3 0 4 0 3 0 3 0

Calforna 65°° 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 3 1 1 1 0 1 5 1 6 1 6 1 6 1 6 1 6 1 5 1 6 1 5 1 5 1 6 1 5 1 6 1 5 1 5 1 6 1 5 1 5

6% 109 1006 11 12 17 17 17 17 18 16 17 17 16 17 17

Colorado 6 1 °o 18 58 3 1 8 7 1 6 1 7 1 6 1 7 1 6 1 6

4 6 ° o 120 105 5 18 15 22 22 21 22 21 21 21 21 21

3 5°o 72 200 7 18 25 29 28 29 29 28 29 28 29

Connect cut 7 5°o 3 4 4 0 3 7 1 3 1 4 1 3 1 3 1 4

Florda 5°o 8 1 1 0 0 5 1 0 1 1 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 9 1 1 2 0 2 0 2 0

5% (Daytona) 21 100 5 16 5 20 20 20 20 20

Georga 5°° 1 1 1 0 0 5 1 1 1 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 3 0

0

11 100 4 11 15 25 24 36

3°o 11 1003 11 2 5 3 0 4 5

Hawaii 4°o 1 3 1 0 0 4 1 3 2 5 2 5 2 5 2 5

Idaho 4 5 ° o 1 8 4 2 0 0 9 1 6 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 3

4% 3 3 1 0 0 4 1 6 1 7 2 4 2 5 2 9 2 2

STATE TABLE TAX CODE

STATE TAX CODES

Illinois 8% 7 1 0 0 8 7 1 2 1 3 1 2 1 3 1 2 1 3 1 2 1 3

7% 122 100 7 11 10 13 14 15 14 15 16 14 14 14 15 14 14 15 14

725% 7 6 9 5 7 1 3 1 4 1 4 1 4 1 4

625% 8 16 1 8 16

6% 109 100 6 11 11 1718 17 18 17 16 17 17 16 17 17

525% 220 19 1 12 13 20 20 20 20 19 19 19 19 1920 19

5% 110 100 5 13 13 21 21 21 21 20 20 20 20 20

4% 163 100 4 13 19 23 27 27 27 27 25 25 25 25

3% 150 100 3 14 31 35 37 33 34 33 33

2% 2 5 1 0 0 2 2 5 5 0 5 0

Indiana 5% 1 0 1 0 0 5 1 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0

4% 38 100 4 16 22 25 25 25 25

Iowa 4% 1 3 1 0 0 4 1 3 2 5 2 5 2 5 2 5

Kansas 4% 8 8 1 0 0 4 1 3 2 5 2 7 2 3 2 5 2 5 2 5 2 5

3% 1 8 4 1 0 0 3 1 5 2 5 3 0 4 5 3 0 3 9 3 3 3 3 3 4

Kentucky 5% 1 1 0 1 0 0 5 1 1 1 5 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0

Louisiana 8% 9 4 5 0 4 7 1 2 1 3 1 2 1 3 1 2 1 3 1 2 1 3 1 2 1 3 1 2

7% 2 2 4 3 3 8 1 4 1 4 1 4 1 5

6% 1 1 1 0 0 6 1 1 1 4 1 7 1 7 1 6 1 7 1 9

Maine 5% 11 100 5 11 10 20 20 20 30

Maryland 5% 21 100 5 20 1 20 20 20 20 20

Massachusetts 8% 7 50 4 7 12 13 12 13

5% 1 0 1 0 0 5 1 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0

Michigan 4% 1 6 3 1 0 0 4 1 3 1 9 2 3 2 7 2 7 2 7 2 7 2 5 2 5 2 5 2 5

STATE TABLE TAX CODE

Mnnesota 10° ° 1 6 5 0 5 5 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0

7% 4 2 1 0 0 7 9 1 6 1 7 8 9 1 6 1 7 1 7 1 6 1 7

6°o 9 50 3 9 16 17 17

5°o 10 100 5 10 20 20 20 20 20

Msssspp 7% 7 1 0 0 7 7 1 5 1 5 1 3 1 5 1 5 1 4 1 3

6°o 9 5 0 3 9 1 6 1 7 1 7

5% 110 100 5 12 1521 21 20 21 20 20 2 0 2 0 2 0

Missour 6 125% Works as a f xed percentage rate (Opt on 101 PGM 1)

5625% 9 1 6 0 9 9 1 8 1 8 1 8 1 7 1 8 1 8 1 8 1 8 1 7

5°o 1 0 1 0 0 5 1 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0

Nebraska 5°o 34 200 9 12 18 22 22 22 23 22 22 22 23 22

4% 3 8 1 0 0 4 1 5 2 3 2 5 2 5 2 5 2 5

35% 7 2 2 0 0 7 1 5 2 8 2 9 2 8 2 9 2 9 2 8 2 9 2 8 2 9

Nevada 6°o 9 1 0 0 6 9 1 6 1 7 1 7 1 6 1 7 1 7

NewHampshre 7% 1 0 1 1 0 0 7 1 4 1 2 1 3 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 3 1 3 1 4 1 4 1 4 1 5 1 4 1 4 1 5

NewJersey 6°o 1 1 1 0 0 6 1 1 1 2 1 6 1 8 1 6 1 6 2 2

5% 11 100 5 11

1521

21 21 22

NewMexco 4875° 810 41 2 1C 21 2021 20 21 20 21 20 21 20 21 20 21 20 21 20 21 20 21 20 21 20 21 20 21 20

21 20 21 iQ 21 20 21 20 21 20 21 21 20 21

4 75% 222 21 1 11 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 22 21

425% 1247 2 2 4 2 3

NewYork 825% 200 8 11 7 12 13 12 12 12 12 13 12 1<£ 12 12 12 12 12 12 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

8% 1 0 / 2 5 2 1 1 7 1 2 1 3 1 2 1 3 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 2 1 3

7% 1 0 8 1 0 0 7 1 0 1 0 1 3 1 4 1 5 1 4 1 5 1 6 1 4 1 4 1 4 1 5 1 4 1 4 1 5

N Carol na 45% 1 2 3 2 0 0 9 1 0 1 6 2 8 2 2 2 0 2 7 2 2 2 2 ^ 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3

4% 1 1 3 1 0 0 4 1 0 2 0 3 0 2 5 2 8 2 5 2 5 2 5 2 5

STATE TABLE TAX CODE

STATE TAX CODES

N Dakota 4% 101 100 4 16 16 20 20 29 25 25 25 25

Ohio 6% 1 8 1 0 0 6 1 6 2 1 7 1 6 1 7 1 6 1 7 1 7

55% 37200 11 163 18 18 18 18 19 18 19 18 18 18 18 18

5% 21 1005 1 6 5 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0

Oklahoma 5°o 1 0 1 0 0 5 1 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0

4% 1 5 1 0 0 4 1 5 2 5 2 5 2 5 2 5

2% 2 5 1 0 0 2 2 5 5 0 5 0

Pennsylvania 6% 1 1 1 0 0 6 1 1 7 1 7 1 6 1 7 1 7 2 6

Rhode Island 6% 2 5 1 0 0 6 9 1 6 1 7 1 7 1 6 1 7 1 7 1 6

S Carolina 4% 1 1 3 1 0 0 4 1 1 1 5 2 5 2 5 3 7 2 5 2 5 2 5 2 5

S Dakota 4% 38 100 4 13 25 25 25 25 25

Tennessee 55% (4 5% State 1% Local) 100 200 11 11 7 8 1 8 1 8 1 8 1 9 1 8 1 8 1 8 1 8 1 9 1 8 1 8 1 8 1 8 1 8

6% (4 5% State 1 5% Local) 25 50 3 11 1 1 1716

6 25% (4 5% State 1 75% Local) 24 16 1 11 3 6

6 75% (4 5% State 2 25% Local) 186 400 27 1 2 1 5 1 4 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 4 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 4 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5

1 5 1 4 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 4 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 4 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 4 1 5 1 5 1 5 1 5

Texas 6% 9 1 0 0 6 9 1 6 1 7 1 7 1 6 1 7 1 7

5% 1 0 1 0 0 5 1 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0

Utah 575% 3 0 5 4 0 0 2 3 9 1 8 1 7 1 7 1 8 1 7 1 8 1 7 1 7 1 8 1 7 1 7 1 8 1 7 1 8 1 7 1 7 1 8 1 7 1 8 1 7 1 7 1 8 1 7 1 8 1 7

1 7 1 8 1 7 1 8 1 7 1 7 1 8 1 7 1 7 1 8 1 7 1 8 1 7 1 7 1 8

550%

10 200 11 10 18 18 18 18 18 19 18 18 18 18 19

5% 10 100 5 10 20 20 20 20 20

Vermont 4% 26 100 4 11 15 25 25 25 25

STATE TABLE TAX CODE

STATE TAX CODES

Virginia 8°o 8 5 1 0 0 4 5 1 9 2 5 3 0 2 0 2 5 2 5

4°o 538 100 4 15 20 25 25 30 20 25 25 30 20 25 25 30 20 25 25 30 20 25 25 28 25 25 25 25 25

Washington DC 6% 1 3 1 0 0 6 1 3 5 1 8 1 8 1 8 1 8 2 3

8% 131008 134 11 12 11 12 13 1522

Washington State 8 1 °o Works as a fixed percentage rate (Option 101 n PGM 1 )

7 9% Works as a fixed percentage rate (Option 101 in PGM 1 )

7 8% Works as a fixed percentage rate (Option 101 in PGM 1 )

75% 2 0 4 0 3 7 1 3 1 4 1 3 1 3

W Virginia 5% 21 100 5 6 15 20 20 20 20 20

Wisconsin 5°o 1 0 1 0 0 5 1 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 0

4°o 1 3 1 0 0 4 1 3 2 5 2 5 2 5 2 5

Wyoming 3°° 50 100 3 25 25 34 33 33

4°o 3 8 1 0 0 4 2 5 1 3 2 5 2 5 2 5 2 5

STATE TABLE TAX CODE

IMPORTANT This is a one time only procedure Once the code for the tax table has been established and entered into the register it never has to be repeated Please take the time to follow the example gi/en and familiar ze yourself with the method of determining the code Then using the worksheet on page 35 fill in the appropriate amounts from your approved tax table and derive the corresponding code by simply following the steps given

(- f tdxMl ( onsists of tax brackets Each consecutive tax bracket is assigned a tax which is exactly one cent higher than that assigned to the previous tax bracket In our programming example (See Page 34) a sale from Oc to 14c is not taxed However n the next tax bracket a sale from 150 to 370 is taxed 1 c Likewise in the next tax bracket a sale from 38c to 620 is taxed 20 The tax table progresses in a similar form

The difference between the starting amounts of each consecutive tax bracket is called a breakpoint Every tax table consists of a particular sequence of breakpoints In our programming example (See Page 34) the difference between Oc and 15C is 150 Thus 15 is the first breakpoint Likewise the difference between 150 and 380 is 23c Thus 23 is the second breakpoint The breakpoints progress in a particular sequence throughout the entire tax table It is this particular sequence of breakpoints that is used to determine the programming code

The sequence of breakpoints is divided into Regular and Irregular patterns All tax tables repeat a pattern of regular breakpoints after a lower irregular breakpoint pattern To determine the breakpoint patterns it is first necessary to calculate the breakpoints This is easily done by using the worksheet on Page 35 Simply fill in Chart A with the amounts from your approved tax table Then calculate the breakpoints as was previously explained and fill them in on Chart B Continue to calculate the breakpoints until you have found the Regular repeat breakpoint pattern

Please refer to our Programming Example Note the following

Breakpoints 15 23 25 25 25 30 36 34 30 Represent the Irregular pattern

Breakpoints 29 28 29 29 28 29 28 Represent the Regular repeat pattern

As a check to ensure that the Regular repeat pattern has correctly been located add up all the breakpoints of the pattern In most cases the resulting number will be a multiple of a dollar (i e $1 00 or $2 00) or must be a number that will divide evenly into a dollar (i e 100 25c 500)

In our programming example the breakpoints 29 28 29 29 28 29 28 add up to 200

STATE TABLE TAX CODE

Once you have filled in both Chart A and Chart B and have determined the Irregular and Regular breakpoint patterns you are ready to derive the necessary program code from this information

There are six steps necessary Please refer to page 34 for additional illustrations of the six steps

STEP A Press the Release [REL] key

PROGRAM EXAMPLE

PRESS DISPLAY

[REL] 0 00

STEPB Enter the first amount (lower amount) of the last tax bracket of the irregular breakpoint sequence Then press the Subtotal Tax

[ST TAX] key

NOTE Do not enter this amount by using the Decimal Point [J key

PROGRAM EXAMPLE

PRESS DISPLAY

243 [STTAX] 01 2 4 3

STEPC Enter the total of all the breakpoints of the Regular breakpoint sequence then press the Subtotal Tax [STTAX] key

PROGRAM EXAMPLE Regular breakpoint sequence 29 28 + 29 + 29 + 28 + 29 + 28 - 200

PRESS DISPLAY

200 [STTAX] 02 200

STEP D Enter the difference between the last tax amount applicable to the Regular breakpoint sequence and the last tax amount applicable to the Irregular breakpoint sequence Then press the Subtotal Tax [STTAX] key

PROGRAM EXAMPLE 0 1 6 0 0 9 007

PRESS DISPLAY

7 [STTAX] 03 007

STATE TABLE TAX CODE

STEP E Enter the individual breakpoints of the Irregu'ar breakpoint sequence and then press the Subtotal Tax [ST TAX] key The

Subtotal Tax [STTAX] must be pressed afte r

each breakpoint entry

PROGRAM EXAMPLE Irregular breakpoint sequence 15 23 25 25 25 30 3o 34 30

PRESS DISPLAY

15 [STTAX] 04 015

23 [STTAX] 05 023

25 [STTAX] 06 0 2 5

25 [STTAX] 07 025

25 [STTAX] 08 025

30 [STTAX] 09 030

36 [STTAX] 10 036

34 [STTAX] 11 034

30 [STTAX] 12 0 3 0

STEPF Enter the individual breakpoints of the Regu ar breakpoint sequence then press the Subtotal Tax [ST TAX] key The Subtotal

Tax [ST TAX] key must be pressed after each breakpoint entry

PROGRAM EXAMPLE Regular breakpoint sequence 29 28 29 29 28 29 28

PRESS DISPLAY

29 [STTAX] 13 029

28 [STTAX] 14 028

29 [STTAX] 15 029

29 [STTAX] 16 029

28 [STTAX] 17 028

29 [STTAX] 18 029

28 [STTAX] 19 028

The programming procedure is now complete Press 'he [AMT TEND/TOTAL] key to enter the state table tax code into the register and to obtain program printout Refer to page 26 for a program summary of the examp e used

It is recommended that a copy of the programming code for your table tax rate be made and kept in a safe place If the power to the register is interrupted and the internal memory protection system happened to be turned off (key control lock in the PGM-1 Position) the entire program as well as all the transaction data totals would be lost The entire program procedure would then have to be repeated

STEPE

Enter the individual

Breakpoints of the -«_ irregular Breakpoint sequence

(15 23 25 25 25 30 36 34 30)

STEPC of the Breakpoints for the regular -*

Breakpoint sequence

(200)

STEPF

Enter the individual

Breakpoints of the regular Breakpoint -« sequence

(29 28 29 29 28 29 28)

Note If necessary a total of 64

Breakpoints can be programmed

STATE TABLE TAX CODE

STEPB

Enter first amount of the last tax

^_ bracket in the irregular Breakpoint sequence (243)

STEPD

Enter the difference

»- between the last tax amount applicable to the regular

Breakpoint sequence and the last tax amount applicable to the irregular

Breakpoint sequence

(7)

_ The tax table will progress in a similar manner

Note If necessary a total of 64

Breakpoints can be programmed

STATE TABLE TAX CODE

TRANSACTION EXAMPLES

IMPORTANT The control lock key must be in the R position to register transactions If an entrv is made with the control lock key in any other position the alarm will sound Sirnplypre^s the [C] clear key and return the control lock to the R position When entering a sale into the register do not use the decimal point If the register is set up properly the decimal point will automatically line up for you

All transaction examples are based on the sample program The pertinent data that was entered into the register using the sample program is as follows

Tax 1 3 5% State Table Tax Rate

Tax 2 5 0% Fixed Percentage Tax Rate

Department 1 Multiple Item Sale Non Tax

Department 2 Multiple Item Sale/Tax 1 (3 5% State Table Tax)

Department 3 Single Item Sale Tax 1 (3 5% State Table Tax)

Department 4 Multiple Item Sale/Tax 2 (5% Fixed Percentage Tax)

High Digit Lockout 55 (999 99)

Discount Rate 15%

Machine Number 12

The symbols which will appear on the paper tape to identify various totals and transaction operations are as follows

LEFT

1 Department One Item CG Change

RIGHT

Registered Entry

T1 Tax One Item Registered # Reference Number No Sale

T2 Tax One Item Registered TB Tax Balance on Discounted

% Percent Discount Transaction

AT Amount Tendered NO Transaction Number

TRANSACTION EXAMPLES

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE MULTIPLE ITEM CASH SALE

Register the following $10 00 Department 2 Item (Tax 1)

$ 5 00 Department 4 Item (Tax 2)

$ 6 00 Department 1 Item (Non Tax)

$30 00 Cash Tendered Amount

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

1000 [DEPT2] 21 1000 2T1 1 0 0 0 *

500 [DEPT4] 41 500 4T2 5 0 0 *

600 [DEPT1] 11 6 0 0 1 6 0 0 *

[STTAX] 21 60 060 TX

3000 [AMT TEND/TOTAL] 3000 21 60 SI

8 40 AT 30 00 CT

CG 8 4 0

NOTE The following three lines will be printed below the transaction printout on every receipt

No 000212 Consecutive Transaction Number Machine Number

16 00 Time (24 hour international time)

06 18 84 Date (Month Day Year)

Taxable Transaction - The ER 145 will automatically calculate the appropriate programmed tax after the sales amount of the item has been entered into a department In order to complete a transaction that includes tax it is not necessary to press e ther the Subtotal [ST] key or the

Subtotal Tax [ST TAX] key The transaction can be finalized by simply pressing the [AMT TEND/TOTAL] key The Subtotal [ST] key is designed to conveniently provide a subtotal without tax The Subtotal Tax [STTAX] key provides a subtotal with tax

Change Calculations - The ER 145 will calculate the change to be paid after the completion of a cash transaction To do this obtain a total of the transaction with tax included by pressing the Subtotal Tax [ST TAX] key Then enter the cash tendered amount by using the

IAMT TEND/TOTAL] key

TRANSACTION EXAMPLES

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE SINGLE ITEM CASH SALE

Register the following $1 00 Department 3 Item (Tax 1)

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

100 [DEPT3] 31 1 00 3T1 1 00 *

1 04 0 04 TX

1 04 CT

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE MULTIPLE ITEM CHARGE SALE

Register the following $10 00 Department 4 Item (Tax 2)

$ 5 00 Department 2 Item (Tax 1)

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

1000 [DEPT4] 41 1000 4T2 1 0 0 0 *

500 [DEPT2] 21 500 2T1 5 0 0 *

[CHARGE] 1568 0 68 TX

1 5 6 8

CH

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE MULTIPLE ITEM SPLIT TENDERED

Register the following $50 00 Department 2 Item (Tax )

$75 00 Department 2 Item (Pix 2)

$25 00 Cash Received

The remaining amount is t oe a charge sale

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

5000 [DEPT2] 21 5000 2T1 5 0 0 0 *

7500 [DEPT2] 21 7500 2T1 7 5 0 0 *

[STTAX] 12938 4 38 TX

2500 [AMT TEND/TOTAL] 2500 12938ST

10438 AT 2 5 0 0 C T

[CHARGE] 10438 1 0 4 3 8 C H

TRANSACTION EXAMPLES

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE MULTIPLE ENTRY

Register the following 3 items <<i $ 3 00 Department 2 (Tax 1)

$1000 Cash Tendered Amount

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

300 [DEPT2] 21 300 2T1 3 0 0 '

[DEPT2] 22 3 0 0 2T1 3 0 0 '

[DEPT2] 23 3 0 0 2T1 3 0 0 '

[STTAX] 9 3 2 0 32 TX

1000 [AMT TEND/TOTAL] 1000 9 32 ST

68 1 0 0 0 C T

CG 068

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE USING MULTIPLICATION KEY

Register the following 4 items (a 20 each Department 2 (Tax 1)

1 5 pounds (a $1 00 pound Department 1 (Tax 2)

$5 00 Cash Tendered Amount

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

4 [X/TIME] 0 0 4 Q 0400

20 {DEPT 2] 0 20 d 0 20

2 0 80 2T1 0 80 *

1 5 [X/TIME] 1 5 Q 01 50

100 [DEPT 4] 1 00 (<i 1 00

4 1 50 4T2 1 50 '

0 11 TX

[STTAX] 2 4 1 2 4 1 ST

500 [AMT TEND/TOTAL] 500 AT 5 00 CT

2 59 CG 2 59

TRANSACTION EXAMPLES

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE USING TAX SHIFT 1 KEY

The [Tax Shift 1] Key is used to apply Tax 1 to an item being registered in a department programmed for Tax 2 or as Non Tax

Register the following $500 item applicable tax (Tax 1) Register into Department 4 which is programmed for Tax 2

$6 00 Department 4 item (Tax 2)

$20 00 Cash Tendered Amount

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

500 [TAX SHIFT 1] 5 00 4T1 5 00 *

[DEPT4] 41 500 4T2 6 00 *

600 [DEPT4] 41 600 0 48 TX

[ST TAX]

11 48 11 48 ST

2000 [AMT TEND/TOTAL] 2000 AT 20 00 CT

8 52 CG 8 52

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE USING TAX SHIFT 2 KEY

The [Tax Shift 2] Key s used to apply Tax 2 to an item being registered in a department programmed for Tax 1 or as Non Tax

Register the following $3 00 item applicable tax (Tax 2) Register into Department 1 which is programmed for Non Tax

$1 00 item Department 1 item (Non Tax)

$5 00 Cash Tendered Amount

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

300 [TAX SHIFT 2] 300 1T2 3 0 0 *

[DEPT1] 11 300 1 1 0 0 *

100 [DEPT1] 11 100 0 1 5 T X

[STTAX] 4 1 5 4 1 5 S T

500 [AMT TEND/TOTAL] 500 AT 5 00 CT

0 85 CG 0 85

TRANSACTION EXAMPLES

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE USING NON TAX SHIFT KEY

The [Non Tax Shift] Key is used to register non taxable items into a department that is programmed tor Tax 1 or Tax 2

Register the following 50<J non taxable item Register into Department 4 which is programmed for Tax 2 Exact cash amount is tendered

PRESS DISPLAY Pj^NTOUT

50 [NON TAX SHIFT] 050 4 0 5 0 *

[DEPT4] 41 050 0 5 0 C T

[AMT TEND/TOTAL] 0 50

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE PAID OUT

Register the following $50 00 Paid Out

PRESS JDISPLAY PRINTOUT

5000 [P/O] 50 00 PO 50 00 *

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE RECEIVED ON ACCOUNT

Register the following $100 00 Received on Account

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

10000 [R/A] 10000 RA 10000*

TRANSACTION EXAMPLES

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE PERCENT DISCOUNT (PROGRAMMED RATE)

Register the follow ng $1000 Department 2 Item (Tax 1)

I5°o Discount (Programmed Rate)

$1000 Cash Tendered Amount

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

1000 [DEPT2] 21 1000 2T1 1 0 0 0 *

[-%] 21 1 50 %150000

[ST] 8 50 T1 1 50 *

[STTAX] 880 8 5 0 S T

1000 [AMT TEND/TOTAL] 1000 0 30 TX

1 20 8 80 ST

AT 1000CT

CG 1 20

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE PERCENT DISCOUNT (MANUAL ENTRY RATE)

Register the following $500 Department 4 Item (Tax 2)

10°o Discount (Manual Entry Rate)

$1000 Cash Tendered Amount

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

500 [DEPT4] 41 500 4T2 5 0 0 *

10 [-%] 010 % 10 0000

0 50 T2 0 50 *

[ST] 4 50 4 50 ST

[ST TAX]

4 73 0 23 TX

1000 [AMT TEND/TOTAL] 1000 4 73 ST

527 AT 1000CT

CG 527

TRANSACTION EXAMPLES

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE PERCENT DISCOUNT (MANUAL ENTRY RATE) ENTIRE TRANSACTION

Register the following $5 00 Department 1 Item (Non Tax)

$5 00 Department 4 Item (Tax 2)

10% Discount

$1000 Cash Tendered Amount

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

500 [DEPT1] 11 500 1 5 0 0 *

500 [DEPT4] 41 500 4T2 500

[ST] 1000 10 COST

10 [-%] 1 00 %100000

[STTAX] 923 TB 1 00 *

1000 [AMT TEND/TOTAL] 1000 0 23 TX

0 77 9 23 ST

AT 1 0 0 0 C T

CG 077

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE PERCENT DISCOUNT (PROGRAMMED RATE) ENTIRE TRANSACTION

Register the following $500 Department 1 Item (Non Tax)

$6 00 Department 2 Item (Tax 1)

$7 00 Department 4 Item (Tax 2)

15% Discount (Programmed Rate) on Entire Transaction

$20 00 Cash Tendered Amount

PRESS DISPLAY P_RINTOUT

500 [DEPT1] 11 500 1 5 0 0 *

600 [DEPT 2] 21 6 00 2T1 6 00 *

700 [DEPT 4] 41 700 4T2 7 0 0 *

[ST] 1800 1 8 0 0 S T

[-%] 2 7 0 %150000

[ST TAX]

15 78 TB 2 70

2000 [AMT TEND/TOTAL] 2000 0 48 TX

4 22 15 78 ST

AT 20 00 CT

CG 4 2 2

TRANSACTION EXAMPLES

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE RETURNED MERCHANDISE

Register the following $1000 Item is being returned Applicable Tax (Tax 1)

$500 Item is being returned Applicable Tax (Tax 2)

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

1000 [TAX SHIFT 1][RETDMDSE] 1000 T1 1 0 0 0 *

500 [TAX SHIFT 2] [RETD MDSE] 5 00 T2 5 00 *

[AMT TEND/TOTAL] 15 60 0 60 TX

15 60 CT

NOTE All returned merchandise registers as a reduction to Department 1 sales

TRANSACTION E X A M P L E COUPON REDUCTION

Register the following $500 Department 2 Item (Tax 1)

40e Coupon for that item

$5 00 Cash Tendered Amount

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

500 [DEPT2] 21 500 2T1 5 0 0 *

40 [TAX SHIFT 1] 040 T1 0 4 0 *

[RETD MDSE] 0 40 4 60 ST

[ST] 460 0 1 6 T X

[STTAX] 476 4 76 ST

500 [AMT TEND/TOTAL] 500 AT 5 00 CT

0 24 CG 0 24

TRANSACTION EXAMPLES

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE VOID - LAST ENTRY

Register the following $9 99 Department 2 Item (Tax 1)

$20 00 Cash Tendered Amount

$9 98 Department 2 Item (Tax 1) is entered in error

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

Error 998 [DEPT2] 21 998 2T1 9 9 8 *

[VOID] 21 9 98 2T1 9 98 VD

999 [DEPT2] 21 999 2T1 9 9 9 *

[STTAX] 1034 0 3 5 T X

2000 [AMI TEND/TOTAL] 2000 1 0 3 4 S T

9 66 AT 20 00 CT

CG 9 6 6

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE VOID - PREVIOUS ENTRY BEFORE FINAL REGISTERING OF SALE

Register the following $10 00 Department 1 Item (Non Tax)

$5 00 Department 4 Item (Tax 2)

$20 00 Cash Tendered Amount

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

Error 1100 [DEPT1] 11 1100 1 1 1 0 0 *

500 [DEPT4] 4

1

500 4T2 5 0 0 *

1100 [VOID] 11 00 1 11 00 VD

[DEPT1] 11 1100 1 1 0 0 0 *

1000 [DEPT1] 11 1000 0 2 5 T X

[STTAX] 1525 1 5 2 5 S T

2000 [AMT TEND/TOTAL] 20 00 AT 20 00 CT

4 75 CG 4 75

TRANSACTION EXAMPLES

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE VOID AFTER FINAL REGISTERING OF SALE

Register the following Void a completed sales transaction

$5 00 Department 1 Item (Non Tax)

$6 00 Department 4 Item (Tax 2)

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

500 [VOID] 5 00

[DEPT1] 11 5 0 0 1 5 0 0 V D

600 [VOID] 600 4T2 6 00 VD

[DEPT4] 41 600 0 3 0 T X

[AMT TEND/TOTAL] 1130 11 30 CT

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE REFUND VOID

Register the following $10 00 Item applicable tax (Tax 1) is being returned

$1 00 Item applicable tax (Tax 1) is entered in error

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

100 [TAX SHIFT 1][RETD MDSE] 100 T1 1 0 0 *

[VOID] 1 00 T1 1 00 VD

1000 [TAX SHIFT 1][RETD MDSE] 1000 T1 1 0 0 0 *

[AMT TEND/TOTAL] 1035 0 35 TX

1035CT

TRANSACTION EXAMPLES

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE REFUND VOID - PREVIOUS ENTRY BEFORE FINAL REGISTRATION OF SALE

Register the following $1 00 item applicable tax (Tax 2) is being returned

$2 00 item applicable tax (Tax 1) is being returned

$1 00 item applicable tax (Tax 1) is entered in error

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

Error 100 [TAX SHIFT 1 ] [RETDMDSE] 100 T1 1 00 *

200 [TAXSHIFT 1] [RETDMDSE] 200 T1 2 0 0 *

100 [VOID] 100 T1 1 00 VD

[TAXSHIFT 1] [RETDMDSE] 100 T2 1 00 *

100 [TAX SHIFT 2] [RETD MDSE] 1 00 0 12 TX

[AMT TEND/TOTAL] 3 1 2 3 12 CT

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE REFUND VOID AFTER FINAL REGISTERING OF REFUND

Register the following Void a completed refund transaction

$5 00 item applicable tax (Tax 1)

$6 00 item applicable tax (Tax 2)

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

500 [VOID] 5 00 T1 5 00 VD

[TAX SHIFT 1] [RETD MDSE] 5 00 T2 6 00 VD

600 [VOID] 600 0 4 8 T X

[TAX SHIFT 2] [RETD MDSE] 6 00 11 48 CT

IAMT TEND/TOTAL] 11 48

TAX SHIFT — MANUAL ENTRY TAX

The tax shift keys [Tax Shift 1] and [Tax Shift 2] can be used to enter a tax that is different than the programmed tax for a department

In Program One "PGM-1" of the programming procedure the following three tax options were given

Tax Option 100 Non Tax

Tax Option 101 — Fixed Percentage Tax

Tax Option 102 — State Table Tax and Fixed Percentage Tax

IMPORTANT

The tax option selected will determine how a manual tax entry is to be made Follow the examples given under the tax option that has been selected in your programming procedure

Tax Option 100 — Non Tax

A manual tax cannot be entered

Tax Option 101 — Fixed Percentage Tax

The [Tax Shift] key can be used to enter a manual percentage tax rate into a department that was programmed for Tax 1 — fixed percentage rate

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE FOR TAX OPTION 101 (Tax Shift 1)

Register the following Tax 1 is programmed at a fixed 7 0% rate

Department 2 is programmed for Tax 1

$10 00 item is to be entered into Department 2 at a fixed 8 0% rate

$20 00 Cash tendered amount

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

1000 [DEPT2] [TAX SHIFT 1] 21 1000 2T1 1000*

80 [STTAX] 1080 0 8 0 T X

2000 [AMT TEND/TOTAL] 2000 1080ST

9 20 AT 20 00 CT

CG 920

TAX SHIFT — MANUAL ENTRY TAX

Tax Option 101 Cont

The [Tax Shift 2] key can be used to enter a manual percentage tax rate into a department that was programmed for Tax 2 — Fixed

Percentage Rate

Transaction Example for Tax Option 101 (Tax Shift 2)

Register the following Tax is programmed at a fixed 5 0% rate

Department 4 is programmed for Tax 2

$20 00 item is to be entered into Department 4 at a fixed 8 0°

0

rate

Charge Sale

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

2000 [DEPT4] [TAX SHIFT 2] 41 2000 4T2 2000

8 0 [STTAX] 21 60 1 60 TX

[CHARGE] 21 60 21 60 CH

Tax Option 102 — State Table Tax and Fixed Percentage Tax Rate

The [Tax Shift 1 ] key can be used to enter a manual amount tax into a department that was programmed for Tax 1 State Table Tax

Rate The manual amount tax can override the programmed rate or be added as an additional tax (i e federal exercise tax on tires)

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE FOR TAX OPTION 102 (Tax Shift 1)

Register the following Tax 1 is programmed at a 3 5% State Table Tax Rate

Department 2 is programmed for Tax 1

$100 00 item is to be entered into Department 2 and only a $4 20 tax amount is to be added to the sale

Charge Sale

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

10000 [DEPT2] [TAX SHIFT 1] 21 10000 2T1 10000*

420 [STTAX] 420 4 2 0 T X

[CHARGE] 104 20 104 20 CH

TAX SHIFT — MANUAL ENTRY TAX

Tax Option 102 Cont

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE

Register the following Tax 1 is programmed at a fixed 3 5% rate

Department 2 is programmed for Tax 1

$100 00 item is to be entered into Department 2 The 3 5% State Table Rate is to apply and an excise tax of $5 00 is to be added

Charge Sale

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

10000 [DEPT2] 21 10000 2T1 10000*

[STTAX] 10350 350

500 [TAX SHIFT 1] [STTAX] 10850 5 0 0 T X

[CHARGE] 108 50 108 50 CH

The [Tax Shift 2] key can be used to enter a manual percentage tax into a department that was programmed for Tax 2 Fixed Percentage

Rate

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE FOR TAX OPTION 102 (Tax Shift 2)

Register the following Tax 2 is programmed at a 5 0% rate

Department 4 is programmed for Tax 2

$10 00 item is to be entered into Department 4 at a fixed 8 0% rate

Charge Sale

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

1000 [DEPT4] [TAX SHIFT 21 41 1000 4T2 1000*

8 [STTAX] 1080 080TX

[CHARGE] 10 80 10 80 CH

SPECIAL FEATURES

TIME DISPLAY

The correct time in hours and minutes can be programmed into the register (See page 24) The time can be displayed by simply pressing the multiplication and Time [X/TIME] Key This key may be pressed before or after the completion of a transaction Do not press this key while a transaction is being entered into the register The international time (24 hour clock) wnl be displayed showing the hours and minutes separated by a dash

TIME DISPLAY EXAMPLE The correct time is 3 45 p m To display time

PRESS DISPLAY

[X/TIME] 1545

AUTOMATIC DATE ROLLOVER

The ER 145 is equipped with an automatic date rollover feature If you have chosen the programming option of having the date printed on every transaction receipt (See page 19) the date will automatically change at 12 midnight In addition the register is pre programmed with a permanent four year calendar The month will automatically change after the last day of each month taking into consideration the varying number of days in each month

REMOVABLE DEPARTMENT KEYTOP COVERS

The department keys are designed with plastic keytop covers that are removable The keytop covers can be removed in order to access the white inserts designating Departments 1 through 4

These inserts are designed so that they can be specifically labeled with individual department classifications (such as food general merchandise service etc)

Please note that the covers fit tightly on the keytops To remove the keytop covers firmly grasp the left and right sides of the key cover with your thumb and index finger and pull upwards Be careful not to let the paper label fall into the keyboard mechanism After labeling the inserts as desired simply replace the keytop covers by snapping into place

SPECIAL FEATURES

HIGH DIGIT LOCK-OUT [REL] KEY - The Release [REL] key is used to make an entry above the programmed high digit lock out limit It is also used to initiate the program code sequence for entering the state table tax rate

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE RELEASE KEY - OVERRIDE HIGH DIGIT LOCKOUT

Register the following $1000 00 Department 4 item [Tax 1] Charge Sale

The register is programmed to lockout if a sale of over 5 digits (999 99) is entered

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

100000 [REL][DEPT4] 41 100000 4T2 1 0 0 0 0 0 *

[CHARGE] 1 050 00 50 00 TX

1 050 00 CH

REFERENCE NUMBER NO SALE KEY [#/NS] - This key serves two functions (1) The most common function of this key is to open the cash drawer without entering a transaction (2) The second function of this key is the capability of the machine to print reference numbers on the paper tape at any time before during or after a transaction For example check numbers serial numbers product codes service charge codes operator codes credit numbers or any other numbers may be printed on the tape for later reference to that transaction

Use of the [#/NS] key will not change or alter any transaction totalizer or the locked in grand total being retained by the cash register

TRANSACTION EXAMPLE REFERENCE NUMBER/NO SALE [#/NS] KEY

Register the fol owing A non taxable service charge is to be registered into Department one (Non Tax)

Amount Charged For Service $500

Service Code Number 25

$5 00 Cash Tendered Amount

PRESS DISPLAY PRINTOUT

2 5 [#/NS] 025 # 0 2 5

500 [DEPT1] 11 500 1 5 0 0 *

500 [AMT TEND/TOTAL] 5 00 5 00 ST

0 00 AT 5 00 CT

CG 000

TRANSACTION DATA TOTALS

The ER 145 is designed to maintain totals ot all transaction data The data can be printed out by taking either an "X" or "Z" position reading

PERIODIC "X" POSITION READING

An "X" position reading can be taken to obtain a printout of all transaction data totals This reading will not clear or erase any totals maintained in the memory To take an "X" position reading use either the operators (OP) key or the manager s (MA) key and turn it to the

"X" position on the control lock Then press the [AMI TEND/TOTAL] key

TOTAL CLEAR "Z" POSITION READING

A "Z" position reading can be taken to also obtain a printout of all transaction data totals This reading will clear and erase all totals maintained in the memory (except the locked in grand total) To take a "Z" position reading only the manager s (MA) key can be used Turn this key to the "Z" position on the control lock and press the [AMT TEND/TOTAL] key

2 HOUR PERIODIC TOTAL

The register is designed to maintain sales amount totals for pre set 2 hour intervals When the register is in use total sales for each 2 hour period will be maintained in the memory If no sales are transacted during a particular 2 hour period there will be no printout for that time period

This 2 hour periodic total feature is designed in order to provide an hourly sales trend analysis during the course of one day With this information it is easy to determine at what time of day the majority of the sales are being transacted The periodic totals can be obtained by taking either an "X" or "Z" position reading When programming the register you are given the option of having the 2 hour periodic total printout on the "X" or "Z" position readings (See page 19)

LOCKED IN GRAND TOTAL

The grand total of all transactions is automatically maintained by the cash register at all times This grand total is locked in by the memory of the machine and cannot be erased or tampered with The running grand total will cumulate all transactions to give a running total sale figure

The locked in grand total can only be obtained by taking a "Z" position reading When programming the register you are given the option of having this grand total printout on the "Z" reading (See page 20)

"Z" READING PRINTOUT

The "X" and "Z" position readings printout transaction data totals The left side print the counters These totals snow the number of transactions that have been registered The right side prints the totalizers These totals show the dollar amount of the transactions that

The following is an example of a "Z" position printout

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

MODEL ROYALER 145

TYPE Electronic cash register with printer and dual rotary display

DISPLAY Dual rear rotary fluorescent 7 5MM digits 9 digits minus and error symbols 8 arrow indicators

CAPACITY Input 7 digits display 9 digits

DECIMAL SYSTEM Automatic two place decimal setting add mode with override

PRINTER Print wheel selective type numeric 10 digit symbol — 3 digit 2 5 Ips

INK SOURCE Black ink ribbon (Replacement available from enclosed order form)

PAPER SUPPLY 57MM (2 4 carbonless register tape (ROYAL brand PCUA #013130) or standard bond adding machine paper (ROYAL brand PCUA #013129)

MEMORY BATTERY PROTECTION Approximately 700 continuous hours

TECHNOLOGY MOS LSI

POWER CONSUMPTION Standby —8w operating — 23W

OPERATING TEMPERATURE 0 C to 40 C (32 F to 104 F)

DIMENSIONS 405mm x 350mm x 308mm (LxWxH)

WEIGHT 2 2 5 l b s 102kg

TROUBLESHOOTING AND SERVICE

In case of operational difficulty

1 Be sure the unit is plugged into a working electrical outlet and no other electrical device is using the same power source Another electrical motor on the same circuit could cause interference with register operations

2 Check control lock switch to be sure it is in the correct position See page 36

3 Review the operating instructions to be sure the transactions have been performed as described in this instruction manual

4 If your register still does not function take the following steps

A Turn the control lock key to the PGM-1' position

B Unplug power cord from outlet

C Reconnect plug to power souice

D Re enter Program One PGM-1' as desired

E Re enter Program Two ' PGM-2" as desired

F Turn the control lock key to the "R" position

CAUTION When you turn the control lock key to the "PGM-1" position and unplug the register the memory of the machine is erased

5 If the printing becomes dim replace the ribbon as described on page 14 of this book If none of the above procedures corrects the difficulty return the register postage PREPAID to the applicable service facility listed on page 58

For your protection the register should be sent insured Royal cannot assume any responsibility for loss or damage to uninsured shipments Please include information on the difficulty experienced with the register as well as return address information including name address city state and zip code The register should be carefully packed and adequately protected against shock and rough handling IMPORTANT It is recommended that the original box and packing material be

retained in case shipment is necessary for service

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