SX-590
SX-590
Instruction Manual
NOTICE
NOTICE
The information and specifications in this manual are subject to change without notice.
While every precaution has been taken to make this manual accurate, the Manufacturer shall not be liable for
any errors or omissions, not for any damages resulting from the use of the information herein.
This manual may not be copied or transmitted by any means, in whole or in part, without prior written consent
from the Manufacturer.
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
We very much appreciate your purchase of this cash register. This cash register is equipped with function keys
which allow you to program and use various functions and with numeric keys for entering numbers.
This manual explains the methods for programming and entering transactions with this cash register and it
describes precaution and accessory items necessary to use it. This manual also shows examples of the receipts
that will be printed out for each case described.
Before using the cash register, please read this manual so that you understand its operation.
CONTENTS
CONTENTS
1. BEFORE STARTING OPERATIONS.................................................................................................................1
1.1 GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................ 1
1.2 PRECAUTIONS .................................................................................................................................. 1
1.3 PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS ...................................................................................................... 2
1) EXTERNAL VIEW ................................................................................................................................... 2
2) THE CONTROL LOCK ............................................................................................................................ 3
3) CONTROL KEYS..................................................................................................................................... 3
4) CASH DRAWER WITH LOCK ................................................................................................................ 3
5) KEYBOARD............................................................................................................................................. 4
6) KEYBOARD FUNCTIONS....................................................................................................................... 4
7) DISPLAY.................................................................................................................................................. 7
8) CUSTOMER DISPLAY............................................................................................................................ 7
9) PRINTER ................................................................................................................................................. 8
2. SETTING UP ......................................................................................................................................................9
2.1 INITIALIZING ...................................................................................................................................... 9
HALF CLEAR .............................................................................................................................................. 9
SYSTEM CLEAR . ....................................................................................................................................... 9
2.2 INSTALLING THE PAPER ROLL ...................................................................................................... 10
3. PROGRAMMING.............................................................................................................................................12
3.1 DATE / TIME / MACHINE NUMBER................................................................................................... 12
TO PROGRAM THE DATE....................................................................................................................... 12
TO PROGRAM THE TIME........................................................................................................................ 12
TO PROGRAM THE MACHINE NUMBER ............................................................................................... 12
3.2 TRANSACTION NUMBER PRESET .................................................................................................. 13
3.3 DEPARTMENT PROGRAMMING...................................................................................................... 13
TO PROGRAM DEPARTMENT BY USING DEPARTMENT KEY........................................................... 13
TO PROGRAM DEPARTMENT BY USING ENT KEY & DPT# KEY................................................ 14
3.4 PRICE LOOK-UP (PLU)..................................................................................................................... 17
TO PROGRAM THE PLU’S ...................................................................................................................... 17
TO SEARCH A VACANT PLU NUMBER................................................................................................. 18
TO DELETE PLU DATA ........................................................................................................................... 19
STARTING NUMBER OF PLU ALLOCATION......................................................................................... 19
PLU NAME/PRICE CHANGE ................................................................................................................... 19
3.5 TAX PROGRAMMING ....................................................................................................................... 20
TO PROGRAM TAX RATE....................................................................................................................... 20
TO PROGRAM THE ADD-ON TAX RATE............................................................................................... 21
TO PROGRAM TAX TABLE RATE........................................................................................................... 22
3.6 MINUS [ - ]......................................................................................................................................... 23
3.7 PLUS PERCENTAGE........................................................................................................................ 25
3.8 MINUS PERCENTAGE DISCOUNT................................................................................................... 26
3.9 CLERK NUMBERS . ......................................................................................................................... 27
TO PROGRAM CLERK NUMBERS ......................................................................................................... 27
TO PROGRAM A CLERK NAME.............................................................................................................. 28
CONTENTS
TO USE CLERK NUMBERS..................................................................................................................... 28
3.10 ROUNDING METHOD FOR FINALIZING AMOUNT........................................................................ 29
3.11 MANAGER PASSWORDS............................................................................................................... 29
TO PROGRAM THE "X" MANAGER PASSWORD.................................................................................. 29
TO PROGRAM THE “P/Z” MANAGER PASSWORD .............................................................................. 30
TO USE THE MANAGER PASSWORD................................................................................................... 30
3.12 TRAINING MODE AND TRAINING PASSWORD............................................................................. 31
TO PROGRAM THE TRAINING PASSWORD......................................................................................... 31
TO TURN ON THE TRAINING MODE...................................................................................................... 31
TO SHUT OFF THE TRAINING MODE ................................................................................................... 31
3.13 PASSWORD FOR THE OPERATION OF THE VOID, RET, – , ..................................................... 32
3.14 GRAND TOTAL PRESET ................................................................................................................ 33
TO SET THE GRAND TOTAL TO ZERO................................................................................................. 33
TO ASSIGN A VALUE TO THE GRAND TOTAL..................................................................................... 33
3.15 X1 AND X2 COUNTER PRESET ..................................................................................................... 33
TO PROGRAM THE X1 COUNTER NUMBER ........................................................................................ 34
TO PROGRAM THE X2 COUNTER NUMBER ........................................................................................ 34
3.16 Z1 AND Z2 COUNTER PRESET...................................................................................................... 34
TO PROGRAM THE Z1 COUNTER NUMBER ........................................................................................ 34
TO PROGRAM THE Z2 COUNTER NUMBER ........................................................................................ 35
3.17 DRAWER OPEN ALARM TIMER DELAY....................................................................................... 35
3.18 MONEY LIFT ALARM AMOUNT..................................................................................................... 35
3.19 AGE VERIFICATION ...................................................................................................................... 36
3.20 CLERK HOLD TIMER ..................................................................................................................... 36
3.21 PROGRAMMING ALPHANUMERIC DESCRIPTIONS ..................................................................... 37
3.22 PROGRAM STORE LOGO/COMMERCIAL MESSAGE ................................................................... 41
3.23 SCROLL MESSAGES...................................................................................................................... 43
PROGRAM A SCROLL MESSAGE: ........................................................................................................ 43
PROGRAM SCROLL DISPLAY SETTINGS: ........................................................................................... 44
3.24 PROGRAMMABLE KEYBOARD .................................................................................................... 46
TO PROGRAM THE KEY LAYOUT ......................................................................................................... 46
3.25 TRANSACTION WORDS................................................................................................................. 49
3.26 FOREIGN CURRENCY ................................................................................................................... 52
3.27 FLAG OPTIONS .............................................................................................................................. 53
3.28 PROGRAM CONFIRMATION LIST.................................................................................................. 62
4. THE CASH REGISTER OPERATION.............................................................................................................67
1) SAMPLE RECEIPT.............................................................................................................................. 67
2) TRANSACTION SYMBOLS ................................................................................................................. 67
3) THE CASH REGISTER OPERATION................................................................................................. 68
1: CASH SALE WITHOUT TENDERING CHANGE .............................................................................. 68
2: CASH SALE WITH TENDERING CHANGE ...................................................................................... 68
3: USING THE DPT# KEY AND TENDERING CHANGE ..................................................................... 68
5: CHECK SALE ..................................................................................................................................... 69
6: SPLIT TENDERING SALE ................................................................................................................. 69
7: NO-SALE FUNCTION ........................................................................................................................ 69
8: REGISTERING A REFERENCE NUMBER ....................................................................................... 70
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MULTIPLYING BY A FRACTION................................................................................................... 70
MULTIPLICATION SALE ................................................................................................................ 70
REGISTERING A DEPARTMENT UNIT PRICE ............................................................................ 71
MULTIPLICATION OF A DEPARTMENT UNIT PRICE................................................................. 71
DEPARTMENT ............................................................................................................................... 71
RECEIVED-ON-ACCOUNT SALE ................................................................................................. 71
PAID-OUT SALE............................................................................................................................. 71
RETURN SALE ............................................................................................................................... 72
MINUS [ - ] SALE: ........................................................................................................................... 72
MINUS PERCENTAGE DISCOUNT SALE: ................................................................................... 73
PLUS PERCENTAGE SALE:.......................................................................................................... 74
USE OF THE ERROR-CORRECT EC KEY: ........................................................................... 75
VOIDING A SALE............................................................................................................................ 75
VOIDING A MULTIPLICATION SALE ............................................................................................ 75
VOIDING A MINUS [ - ] SALE ........................................................................................................ 75
VOIDING A MINUS PERCENTAGE DISCOUNT SALE ................................................................ 76
VOIDING A PLUS PERCENTAGE SALE ...................................................................................... 76
VOIDING A DEPARTMENT PRESET PRICE................................................................................ 76
VOIDING MULTIPLICATION OF A DEPARTMENT PRESET PRICE.......................................... 76
VOIDING A DEPARTMENT PRESET PRICE WITH A MINUS PERCENTAGE DISCOUNT ...... 77
VOIDING A DEPARTMENT PRESET PRICE WITH A MINUS [ - ]............................................... 77
CANCEL KEY OPERATION........................................................................................................... 77
PLU SALE ....................................................................................................................................... 77
VOIDING A PLU SALE ................................................................................................................... 78
VOIDING A PLU MULTIPLICATION SALE .................................................................................... 78
VOIDING A PLU SALE WITH A MINUS [ - ] .................................................................................. 79
VOIDING A PLU SALE WITH A MINUS PERCENTAGE DISCOUNT .......................................... 79
VOIDING A PLU SALE WITH A PLUS PERCENTAGE RATE...................................................... 79
ISSUING A DUPLICATE RECEIPT................................................................................................ 79
AGE VERIFICATION...................................................................................................................... 80
CLERK HOLD OPERATION........................................................................................................... 80
AUTOMATIC PLU PROGRAMMING FUNCTION ......................................................................... 81
FOREIGN CURRENCY .................................................................................................................. 82
5. X / Z MANAGEMENT REPORTS ...................................................................................................................83
X POSITION READING .......................................................................................................................... 83
Z POSITION READING .......................................................................................................................... 83
MANAGEMENT REPORTS AVAILABLE ................................................................................................. 83
TO TAKE A CASH IN-DRAWER / CHECK-IN-DRAWER REPORT ........................................................ 85
TO TAKE AN HOURLY REPORT............................................................................................................. 85
TO TAKE A DEPARTMENT RANGE REPORT........................................................................................ 86
TO TAKE A CLERK REPORT .................................................................................................................. 86
TO TAKE AN INDIVIDUAL CLERK REPORT .......................................................................................... 87
TO TAKE A PLU REPORT ....................................................................................................................... 87
TO TAKE A CASH DECLARATION REPORT.......................................................................................... 87
TO TAKE A DEPARTMENT GROUP REPORT ....................................................................................... 89
TO TAKE A GROUP REPORT ................................................................................................................. 89
CONTENTS
TO TAKE A FULL REPORT...................................................................................................................... 89
TO TAKE A WEEKLY OR MONTHLY FULL REPORT ............................................................................ 89
TO TAKE A TRAINING FULL REPORT ................................................................................................... 90
TO TAKE A TRAINING WEEKLY OR MONTHLY FULL REPORT.......................................................... 90
6. MAINTENANCE................................................................................................................................................92
CLEANING YOUR CASH REGISTER .................................................................................................... 92
OPENING THE DRAWER MANUALLY .................................................................................................. 92
IN CASE OF A PAPER JAM ................................................................................................................... 92
7. INTERFACE......................................................................................................................................................93
8. TROUBLESHOOTING .....................................................................................................................................94
IN CASE OF AN ERROR TONE OR IF "ERR" DISPLAYS: ..................................................................... 94
IF PRINTING PROBLEMS OCCUR:........................................................................................................ 94
IF THE CASH REGISTER IS MALFUNCTIONING: ................................................................................. 94
OPENING THE DRAWER IN AN EMERGENCY: .................................................................................... 94
9. ERROR MESSAGE ..........................................................................................................................................95
OVERVIEW OF STEPS REQUIRED TO USE THIS CASH REGISTER
OVERVIEW OF STEPS REQUIRED TO USE THIS CASH REGISTER
1) UNDERSTAND YOUR CASH REGISTER.
Before using your cash register, check the specifications and part names, and confirm the precautions
for using it.
See
1 : BEFORE STARTING OPERATIONS
2) INITIALIZE THE CASH REGISTER.
Initialize the memory of your cash register before programming the cash register.
See 2.1: INITIALIZING
3) INSTALL THE PAPER ROLL.
Install paper rolls for the receipt and journal correctly.
See 2.2: INSTALLING THE PAPER ROLLS.
2.5: REMOVING THE PAPER ROLLS FOR THE RECEIPT.
4) PROGRAM YOUR CASH REGISTER.
Program certain items for your store into the memory of the cash register, for example, the price of an
item, the taxes levied on the item, the functions of the keys and so on.
See 3: PROGRAMMING
5) OPERATE THE CASH REGISTER.
Perform the sales transaction according to your programming.
See 4: THE CASH REGISTER OPERATION
6) CHECK AND RESET THE SALES INFORMATION.
Review and reset the daily sales information. You can also check the information from a certain period
of time, such as a week and a month. After resetting the information, you can enter the new information
from the next day.
See 5: X / Z MANAGEMENT REPORTS
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
1. BEFORE STARTING OPERATIONS
1.1 GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Item
Power source
Power consumption
Ambient operating temperature
Memory
Memory back-up time
Printer
Printing speed
Paper roll Width
Max. Diameter of paper roll
Dimensions(Body)
Dimensions(Drawer No.26)
Weight
Power Frequency
Altitude
Over voltage category
Pollution degree
Protection class
Electrical safety standards
EMC standards
Description
AC100~117VAC,220~240VAC±10%
35W(maximum)
0°C to 40°C ( 32°F to 104°F )
C-MOS RAM
Approx. 700 hours
2 station Thermal Printer
Approx. 14 lines per sec.
57.5mm
70mm
350mm (W) x 429mm (D) x 188mm (H)
410mm (W) x 415mm (D) x 114mm (H)
Body(except Drawer): 5.7 Kg
Drawer (No.26): 6.4 Kg
50Hz/60Hz
Up to 2,000m
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EN60950-1
EN55022 class B, EN55024, EN61000-3-2&3
1.2 PRECAUTIONS
Please note the following items before using the cash register.
▪ Avoid using the cash register in the following conditions:
Exposed to direct sunlight or water
Hot or humid environments
Near equipment that generates strong electromagnetic fields
Anywhere there may be sudden changes in temperature
▪ Do not touch the cash register if your hands are wet.
▪ If the register malfunctions, do not attempt to repair the cash register by yourself.
▪ Plug your cash register into any standard wall outlet. Other electrical devices on the same circuit may
damage the cash register.
▪ The main outlet for this cash register must be located near the unit and easily accessible.
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EXTERNAL VIEW
1.3 PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
This section shows part names and describes the function of each part of the cash register.
1) EXTERNAL VIEW
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Part name
Functions
1. Printer Cover
This cover protects the printer.
2. Receipt Dispenser
This is where the receipt comes out.
3. Interface Ports
5. Operator Display
Two connectors (RJ45 type)for RS232C interface are equipped as
standard.
The article name, the amount and the transaction name are displayed
in two-line fluorescent display unit. Upper line: 14 segments 10 digits.
Lower line: Numeric 10 digits
The same display as Customer Display.
6. Control Lock
The control lock allows you to change the Cash Register mode.
7. Keyboard
The water-proof 173-position flat keyboard.
4. Customer Display
Drawer Unit: The drawer can be sited remotely from the ECR.
CAUTION: Do not connect Input/Output Connectors to Telephones line.
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CONTROL LOCK
2) THE CONTROL LOCK
Located at the right of the operating area, the Control Lock is a switch that places the cash register into
its several operating modes. These modes are:
L
Program Mode (P): The position is used to set and change your
individualized programming for register operations.
P
Locked Mode (L): This position is used when the cash register is not in
use. The register is inoperable and the cash drawer stays closed.
R
• X
• Z
Register Mode (R): You will perform normal register operations in the R
position.
Report Mode (X): Permits reading of all transaction totals at anytime
without clearing the register.
Reset Mode (Z): Permits reading of all transaction totals and clears all
transaction totals to zero, except the running grand total.
3) CONTROL KEYS
Two pairs of keys are provided for the Control Lock and the Cash Drawer Lock.
Operator's Register Key (OP): Provides movement to the L and R modes only.
Manager's Key (MA): Provides access to all of the operating modes. This system effectively limits
access to the P, X, and Z modes to individuals who are authorized to use the Manager's Program key
only.
NOTE: A Manager Password is available for accessing "P", "X" and "Z" positions.
4) CASH DRAWER WITH LOCK
The cash drawer will automatically open after completing a transaction by pressing the [#/NS/SUB] key, or
by the hidden emergency lever underneath the register.
The cash drawer is electronically locked when the Control Lock is in the “Off” position. In addition, the cash
drawer is designed with a security lock and when used with the Cash Drawer key, manually locks the cash
drawer and prevents electronically opening it by the [#/ST] key or by the hidden emergency lever
underneath the register. The Bill Tray and Coin Tray can be removed from the register by lifting up on the
open drawer and pulling toward you.
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KEYBOARD
5) KEYBOARD
The figures below show the standard keyboards for this cash register.
FLAT KEYBOARD
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2
11
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12
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6) KEYBOARD FUNCTIONS
The following key functions are primarily for cash register entries in R mode. Several keys also have other
functions in the P, X and Z modes which are explained further in the manual.
1.
Receipt Feed Key [RF] is used to advance the receipt paper.
2.
Journal Feed Key [JF] is used to advance the journal paper.
3.
Multiplication and Time Key [X/TIME] - double function - is used to multiply a number of items
entered at one price, to display the current time.
4.
Receipt On/Off Key [ON/OFF] allows you to turn off the receipt printing to save paper.
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KEYBOARD
5.
Paid-Out Key [PO] is used to register dollar amounts taken out of the cash drawer that are not part
of a sales transaction; i.e., petty cash.
6.
Received-On-Account Key [RA] is used to register dollar amounts placed in the cash drawer that
are not part of a sales transaction or used to register payments made to a customer's charge
account or to declare the starting amount of cash in the drawer for the day.
7.
Department Keys (1-12) are used to specify which department the transaction is for. Each
department can represent a category of merchandise sold and can be programmed as taxable or
non-taxable.
Department Key [DPT#] is used to make entries for departments 1-99. Press Department after each
department number entry for departments 1-99.
8.
9.
Card 1 Key [CARD1] is used to receive the payment by a card.
10.
Card 2 Key [CARD2] is used to receive the payment by a card.
11.
Plus Percentage [+%] is used to add a percentage rate such as a service charge or gratuity to an
individual item. The percentage rate can be pre-programmed or manually entered.
12.
Discount Key [-%] is used to subtract a percentage rate such as an employee discount from an
individual item. The rate can be pre-programmed or manually entered.
13.
Entry and Release Key [ENT RLS] –double function - is used to enter the price of Department
and PLU items and also used to temporarily release the Single Entry or the High Digit Lock Out
which was preset and selected to a PLU or department number.
14.
Price Look Up Key [PLU] allows the numbers from 1 to 8000 to be used as codes for
pre-programming merchandise prices, to maintain a tally of cost and quantity of the merchandise sold.
15.
PRICE key [PRICE] is used for the temporary change of a unit price.
16.
Clerk Key [CLK ID] is used for entering clerk numbers and the Manager's Password Code.
17.
5.00 Tend key [$5.00 TEND] Used to enter amount when $5.00 is tendered.
18.
10.00 Tend key [$10.00 TEND] Used to enter amount when $10.00 is tendered.
19.
20.00 Tend key [$20.00 TEND]Used to enter amount when $20.00 is tendered.
20.
21.
50.00 Tend key [$50.00 TEND] Used to enter amount when $50.00 is tendered.
[Note for 17-20. Amount Tender keys $5.00 to $50.00]
The maximum tender amount using any of these amount tender keys is $95.00.
Example) Pressing $50.00 Î $20.00 x twice Î$5.00: OK
Pressing $50.00 Î $20.00 x three times: an error occurs.
Cancel Key [CANCEL] is used for cancellation of the current transaction.
22.
Hold Operation Key [HOLD] is used to interrupt the registration temporarily, and release the
interrupt by depressing CLERK Key CLK ID to continue the registration held.
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KEYBOARD
23.
Minus Key [–] is used to subtract a specific amount from an individual item. This is also known as
A Mark-Down key.
24.
Charge Key [CHRG] is used to finalize a transaction paid by a credit card or can be used to denote
an in-house charge.
25.
Return Key [RET] is used for issuing refunds for returned merchandise.
26.
Error Correction [EC] is used for deleting the last sales entry.
27.
Void [VOID] is used for correcting a particular entry after it is processed and printed.
28.
Check Stub Key [CHECK STUB] - double function - Check is used to finalize a transaction paid by
a check. Stub is used to issue the stub receipt after the transaction has been finalized.
29.
Foreign Currency# key [FC#] are used to convert local currency TOTAL amount into a foreign
currency.
30.
TOTAL Key [TTL] displays the TOTAL sales amount, including sales tax. It is not printed on the
register receipt until the sale is finalized by pressing the [CHECK STUB], [CHRG] or the [CASH
TEND] key. It can be used to issue the receipt when Receipt Off.
31.
Clear Key [CLR] clears the display to correct an entry before it is processed. Also stops error alarm
when incorrect entries are made.
32.
Numeric Input Keys (0-9/00/.) are used to input dollar amounts of merchandise sold, to indicate how
many times a particular item repeats, to add and subtract percentages in conjunction with the -% and
+% keys, to input PLU code numbers, to handle figures that require a decimal point and for other
numeric value-related entries. Double Zero (00) allows for quick entry of numbers with two or more
zeros. Decimal Point (.) is used to enter fractional quantity of items being sold. In all modes, the
Decimal Point is not to be used when entering a price.
33.
Non-Add and SubTOTAL Key [#/NS SUB] - triple function - opens the drawer without registering
any amounts; for example, to give change. The Non-Add key function allows entering up to a 8-digit
reference number which prints on sales receipts. The SubTOTAL key function displays and prints the
subTOTAL of a sale without sales tax.
34.
Cash Tendered/TOTAL Key [CASH TEND] is used to finalize a transaction paid by cash and
calculates the amount of change required from the cash received.
35.
Direct PLU Keys (1-117) are used to register a PLU item directly.
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DISPLAY
7) DISPLAY
Operator Displays
Your cash register provides two (10-digit capacity) displays, 1 line alpha and 1 line numeric which feature
large, easy to read fluorescent digits for easy operator viewing. The operator display is located at the top
front of the machine and is your visual guide to the inner workings of the cash register. The numeric display
shows entry amounts and related transaction information by the use of numbers and special symbols. The
alpha display shows alpha prompts in both the Register and Programming modes.
Following is a graphic representation of the items shown on the cash register Operator Displays:
RCPT
OFF
5CL
4CL 3CL 2CL 1CL
AMOUNT
The display indicators read from left to right as follows:
NAME or CLERK 1 to 40:
Displays when the [CLERK] key is operated.
DEPT NUMBER or DESCRIPTION: Displays the department number or description entered.
PLU NUMBER or DESCRIPTION: Displays the number or description of the PLU entered.
CASH: Displays when the [CASH TEND] key is operated.
CHECK: Displays when the [CHECK STUB] key is operated.
CHARGE: Displays when the [CHRG] key is operated.
CARD 1: Displays when the [CARD 1] key is operated.
CARD 2: Displays when the [CARD 2] key is operated.
CHANGE: Displays the change due.
KEY OP ERR:
Displays if an error is detected. PRESS the [CLEAR] key to
reset.
SUB-TOTAL:
Displays when the [SUB TOTAL] key is pressed.
U: Return symbol, appears when a void or return operation is
performed.
R/A or P/O: RA or PO symbol appears when an amount is entered and the
RA or PO key is pressed.
VOID: Displays when the [VOID] key is operated.
RCPT ON/OFF: Displays when the ON/OFF key is pressed.
COUPON: Displays when the [ - ] key is operated.
RETURN: Displays when the [RET] key is operated.
8) CUSTOMER DISPLAY
To position the rear customer display, simply pull up and rotate for viewing from any direction. To close,
simply turn the display facing away from you (to the rear of the cash register), then press down on the
raised display until it lies flat against the top of the register.
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PRINTER
9) PRINTER
The figure below shows the printer with the printer cover removed.
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Part Names
Functions
1
Journal location
The paper roll for record keeping (the journal) is located here.
2
Receipt location
The paper roll for receipts is located here.
3
Print-head unit
Prints the characters and graphic logos on the receipt and
Journal.
4
Take-up reel
Used to take up the paper used for record keeping (the journal).
5
Paper Exit
The paper exits here.
6
Platen Release Button
Release the platen for receipt.
(Receipt)
Platen Release Button
Release the platen for Journal.
(Journal)
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INTIALIZING
2. SETTING UP
2.1 INITIALIZING
1. Locate on level surface – Before operating the cash register, be sure it is placed on a level
surface to permit smooth operation of the register cash drawer.
2. This cash register operates on any standard electrical outlet . 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.
3. Confirm the power switch located on the right hand corner of the cabinet to the “OFF”
position. Plug in the cash register. Insert Manager’s Program Key (MA, 33I) and turn to the
“P” position. Install paper – Refer to the Paper Installation Instructions.
4. Initialize the cash register by holding down the CLEAR key and setting the power switch to
the “ON” position. (System Clear)
If Spanish, French, German, Dutch, Danish, Portuguese or Swedish is used instead of
English, hold down the numeral 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8 key respectively instead of the clear key.
HALF CLEAR – If an error tone still persists, perform a Half System Clear.
1. Turn the key to the "P" position.
2. Turn off the power switch located on the right hand wall of the cabinet (for more than 10
seconds), and then turn on the power switch.
3. Continue with normal operations.
SYSTEM CLEAR – If the operator cannot correct an error lock condition, as a last resort a System
Clear should be done.
1. Turn the key to the "P" Position.
2. Turn off the power switch located on the right hand wall of the cabinet, and wait at least 15
seconds.
3. While holding down the CLEAR key, turn on the power switch. If Spanish, French, German,
Dutch, Danish, Portuguese or Swedish is used instead of English, hold down the numeral 2,
3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8 key respectively instead of the CLEAR key.
4. Re-program the cash register.
5. Continue with normal operations.
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INSTALLING THE PAPER ROLL
2.2 INSTALLING THE PAPER ROLL
Your cash register features a thermal printer which uses two rolls of 58mm standard thermal paper; one roll
(left side) is for the customer receipt and the other roll is for the journal record (right side). If a customer
receipt is not required, a paper saving option is available by pressing the [ON/OFF] key on the keyboard.
PAPER ROLL
Before installing the paper roll, be sure to do the following to avoid causing a paper jam:
*
Orient the paper roll so that it rotates in a
counterclockwise direction, as shown in Fig. 1.
NOTE:
1. As thermal paper is used, it has right and wrong
side for print. Install the paper roll correctly.
2. Be careful not to touch the paper cutter when
removing the printer cover.
Fig.1
2.3 INSTALLING THE PAPER ROLL FOR THE RECEIPT
The platen release button
for the journal and the receipt
From the front of the cash register, grab
the rear of the printer cover and lift it up.
1. Push the platen release button (left)
to raise the paper guide.
2. Load the paper roll into the receipt location,
and put the paper end to this side.
3. Depress the paper guide (See Fig. 2).
4. Keep the paper guide to this end and
close the printer cover.
Fig.2
2.4 INSTALLING THE PAPER ROLL FOR THE JOURNAL
1. Make sure the Control Lock is in the “R” (Register)
position.
2. From the front of the cash register, grab the rear
of the printer cover and lift it up.
3. Push the platen release button (right) to raise the
paper guide.
4. Load the paper roll into the journal location, and
put the paper end to this side.
Fig.3
5. Depress the paper guide.
6.Insert the end into the slot in the take-up reel and
wind two or three turns of paper around the reel
(See Fig. 3).
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INSTALLING THE PAPER ROLL
7.Load the take-up reel into the support.
8.Press the JF (Journal feed) key (See Fig. 4).
9.Close the printer cover.
Fig.4
2.5 REMOVING THE PAPER ROLL FOR THE RECEIPT
1. Open the printer cover.
2. Push the platen release button (left). (See Fig. 2)
3. Remove the roll.
Fig.5
2.6 REMOVING THE PAPER ROLL FOR THE JOURNAL
1. Open the printer cover.
2. Push the platen release button (right). (See Fig. 2)
3. Cut the paper after the end of the printing.
4. Remove the take-up spool from the support
(See Fig. 6).
Fig.6
5. Remove the paper record for the take-up reel
(See Fig. 7)
6. Install the remaining paper for the journal.
7. Close the printer cover.
Fig.7
CAUTION : If a paper roll is all up during print or platen is not se correctly, install a
New paper roll or set platen again, and press the RLS key to release
such condition and the massage, ” PRINTER ER” in the display.
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IPROGRAMMING
3. PROGRAMMING
3.1 DATE / TIME / MACHINE NUMBER
TO PROGRAM THE DATE
The Date is designed to roll over automatically every day and prints in a specific format.
Extra Option: If desired, a procedure is offered to eliminate the date from printing on the transaction
receipts, for details see Flag 24. The date format can also be changed to print in any one of the three
different formats selectable by the flag 1.
Control Lock: P position
( DAY MONTH YEAR )
2
Remark:
2
# / NS .
4 digits
Flag 1 = 2 (Date, Month, Year in that order)
Example: To program September 14, 2015:
1
4
0
9
2
0
1
5
# / NS.
TO PROGRAM THE TIME
The Time is designed to use military time. REMINDER: To convert to military time, add the number 12
to every hour. Example: 1:15 P.M. will program as (1315). Extra Option: If desired, a procedure is
offered to eliminate the time from printing on transaction receipts, for details see Flag 23.
The Time can print in either the 12 or 24 hour format. The default setting is to print in the 12 hour mode.
To change to the 24 hour format, see Flag 2.
Control Lock: P position
(HOUR MINUTES)
X / TIME.
4 digits
Example: To program 10:15 A.M.:
1
0
1
5
X / TIME .
TO PROGRAM THE MACHINE NUMBER
The Machine Number is designed to assign each cash register its own identifying number.
The Machine Number prints on all receipts/journal records, and management reports.
Control Lock: P position
2
( Machine # )
4
PO.
digits
Example: Program the cash register number to be 1234:
2
1
2
3
4
PO .
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TRANSACTION NUMBER PRESET
3.2 TRANSACTION NUMBER PRESET
Transaction Number Preset allows you to choose a beginning transaction number of your own.
The Transaction Number normally begins with the number 000001 and counts up consecutively until a "Z"
Report is taken; thereafter it resets back to 000001. Transaction Number Preset can also be used to reenter the last transaction number in the event information is lost.
Extra Option: The register is programmed not to have the Transaction Number reset to zero after a "Z"
Report is taken. If desired, a procedure is offered to have the Transaction Number reset to zero after a
Report is taken.
TO PROGRAM THE TRANSACTION NUMBER
Control Lock: P position
1
( TRANSACTION # )
PO .
6 digits # (in range 000000 -999999)
Example: To program the Transaction Number to be 1000:
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
PO
3.3 DEPARTMENT PROGRAMMING
A maximum of 99 Departments are available on your cash register. Each department can represent a
category of merchandise. For example, Department One can represent sales of beverages, Department
Two sandwiches, Department Three candy, etc. Each Department can be programmed as taxable or nontaxable.
The programming of departments consists of ten steps: Selecting the standard or Food Stamp Function,
Selecting the Standard or Hash Function, Selecting the Standard or Gallonage Function, Selecting Negative
Department Function, Selecting Multiple / Single Entry, Selection Group Number, Selecting the High Digit
Lock Out (HDLO) Number, Tax Status Number, Assigning a Department Preset price, plus programming a
Department Description, if desired.
TO PROGRAM DEPARTMENT BY USING DEPARTMENT KEY
Control Lock: P position
Flag
(N1) (N2) (N3) (N4) (N5) (N6) (N7) (N8) (N9)
1
Î
1
1
1
1
1
1
(Preset Price)
1
2
TTL.
digits
DPT1 .
8 digits
Î
(Department Name)
16 characters (Max.)
13
CHECK STUB .
DEPERTMENT PROGRAMMING
TO PROGRAM DEPARTMENT BY USING ENT KEY & DPT# KEY
Flag
(N1) (N2) (N3) (N4) (N5) (N6) (N7) (N8) (N9)
1
1
Î
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
(Preset Price)
TTL.
digits
ENT RLS
8 digits
Î
( n n )
DPT#
2 digits
Î
(Department Name)
16
CHECK STUB
.
characters (Max.)
NOTE: * TTL , DPT1 , CHECK STUB .
When these keys are operated without number or description entry,
the flags, prices and names that have already been programmed are not
changed.
* *You can skip the price presetting by direct registration of DPT# keys.
Flag
N1: Age Table 1 digit
This function is to verify the full age or non-age of the customer to buy the item.
0 = Non Age Verification
1 = Age Table #1
2 = Age Table #2
3 = Age Table #3
N2: Food Stamp/Hash 1 digit
Each department can be set for Standard Mode, Food Stamp Mode or Hash Mode.
Food Stamp Mode can represent sales of food stamp (or coupon) items for livelihood
assistance by the government. Hash departments represent sales of items on consignment.
0 = Standard Department
1 = Food Stamp Department
2 = Hash Department
N3: Preset Price 1 digit
This function is to prohibit change of preset price during registration.
0 = The input price in registration overrides the preset price.
1 = Effective the preset price only.
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DEPERTMENT PROGRAMMING
N4: Gallonage Mode
1 digit
Each department can be set for either Standard Mode or Gallonage Mode. Gallonage Mode allows
the entry of a price with 3 decimal places, representing the cost per gallon, i.e., 1.419 per gallon.
Standard Mode enters the price using the normal 2 decimal place setting.
0 = Standard Department
1 = Gallonage Department
N5: Negative Department
1 digit
Each department can be programmed with a negative (minus) value.
0 = Standard Department
1 = Negative Department
N6: Multiple Item / Single Item
1 digit
Multiple Item Entry allows you to ring up two or more items into a department.
Single Item Entry allows you to ring up only one item in a department.
0 = Multiple Item Sale
1 = Single Item Sale
N7: Group Number
1 digit
Each department can be classified in up to nine groups. For example, group departments 1, 2 and 3
designate as Group 1, which represents the TOTAL beverage sales.
Number
Grouping
0
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
N8: High Digit Lock Out ( HDLO )
1 digit
Number is used to limit the number of digits that can be rung up in an entry. This function is helpful
in safeguarding against large over rings. If an excess number of digits is entered, the error tone
sounds and the keypad locks up. For example, to limit ring ups of more than $99.99, set the HDLO
to 4.
Number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Dollar Range
Max.
$99,999.99(Standard Setting)
Max.
0.09
Max.
0.99
Max.
9.99
Max.
99.99
Max.
999.99
Max.
9,999.99
N9: Tax Status
2 digits
Used to link no tax, a single tax rate (Tax 1) or multiple tax rates (Tax 2, 3 or 4) to a department key.
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DEPERTMENT PROGRAMMING
Tax Status Number
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Condition
Non-Taxable (used when you do not wish to charge tax)
Taxable by Tax 1
Taxable by Tax 2
Taxable by Tax 1 and Tax 2
Taxable by Tax 3
Taxable by Tax 1 and Tax 3
Taxable by Tax 2 and Tax 3
Taxable by TAX 1, TAX 2 and TAX 3
Taxable by Tax 4
Taxable by Tax 1 and Tax 4
Taxable by Tax 2 and Tax 4
Taxable by TAX 1, TAX 2 and TAX 4
Taxable by Tax 3 and Tax 4
Taxable by TAX 1, TAX 3 and TAX 4
Taxable by TAX 2, TAX 3 and TAX 4
Taxable by TAX 1, TAX 2, TAX 3 and TAX 4
Department Preset Price: 8 digits
Maximum 8 digits can be preset for Price.
NOTE: Department Preset Price is used to program a price in a department to save time when ringing up
an entry. The price will automatically ring up each time the appropriate [DEPARTMENT] key is
pressed.
Department Name: 16 characters (Max.)
A name or description can be assigned to each department key.
This name will display and print when ringing up sales.
For example, "Clothing" will print on the receipt in place of "Dept 1"; "Shoes" in place of "Dept 2";
"Sportswear" in place of "Department 3", etc.
Example: Program the Department 4:
Flag N1(Age Table) : (0) , N2( Food Stamp/HASH) : 0 , N3(Preset price) : 0 ,
N4(Gallonage): 0, N5(Negative) : 0, N6(Single Item) : 0 , N7(Group Number) : 2 ,
N8(HDLO): 0 ,
N9(Tax Status) : 01 (TAX1)
Preset Price : $ 5.00
Department :
4
Department Name : F R U I T
* Control Lock: P position:
Flag
2
0
0
Î
5
0
0
Î
F
R
U
1
TTL.
DPT4
I
T
16
CHECK STUB.
PRICE LOOK-UP (PLU)
3.4 PRICE LOOK-UP (PLU)
A TOTAL of 8000 Price Look Up codes (PLUs) are available on this cash register. Each PLU can be
programmed with a 16 character description that will print on the tape. The Price-Look Up system allows for
fast, accurate entry of an item and automatically records the number of items sold.
The first step in programming PLUs is to assign a PLU number between 1 and 8000 to each sales item.
Second, the PLU Numbers must then be linked to a Department key which has the appropriate Tax Status
needed for that PLU. For example, if PLU #1 is required to charge tax, then link it to a Department key
which is set up for tax. Whereas, if PLU #2 is not required to charge tax, then link it to a Department key
which is programmed for no tax. Lastly, each PLU (1-8000) can be programmed with a name or description.
The PLU name will print on the receipt or journal tape as well as on the PLU report.
TO PROGRAM THE PLU’S
Control Lock: P position
* Method of Using Department key
PLU #
PLU
Î
( Bar Code
1 – 8000
Î
RA
).
14 digits (Max.)
( Preset Price )
DPT1
.
8 digits
Î
(
Name )
CHECK STUB
Î
# / NS (End Programming)
16 characters
* Method of Using ENT key & DPT# key
PLU #
PLU
Î
1 –8000
Î
( Bar Code
( Preset Price )
(
Name )
).
14 digits (Max.)
ENT RLS
Î
8 digits
Î
RA
( Link Dept # )
DPT#
.
1 - 99
CHECK STUB
Î
# / NS (End Programming)
16 characters
* Repeat the steps of [ ( PLU# ) Æ CHECK STUB ] to program other PLUs.
* Press # / NS to end programming of PLUs.
PLU Number #
The PLU Nos. from 1 through 8000 can be designated and entered, and PLU key can be
operated.
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PRICE LOOK-UP (PLU)
Bar Code
The maximum of 14-digit Bar Code can be registered by inputting through K/B and depressing
RA key, or, by reading it using the Bar Code Reader and then you can proceed to the next
step. If you do not use a barcode reader for registration, in other words, if you use PLU number
(from 1 to 8000) only, the steps of (barcode) and RA key can be skipped.
You can skip the price presetting by direct registration of DEPT keys.
Preset Price
The maximum of 8 digit can be preset for Price.
You can skip the price preset by direct registration using ENT RLS key.
Link Dept #
Two digits number from 1 to 99 can be selected and entered for Link DEP #.
Name
Name can be preset in maximum 16 characters (Normal Size).
Both methods are available for character, by direct input using Alpha Keyboard
(Department Keys: Raised Keyboard / Direct PLU Block: Flat Keyboard ), or
by code input according to Alphanumeric Code Chart
Example:
PLU # : 125
Bar Code: 1234567890
Preset Price: $ 28.00
Link DEPT #: 5
Name : DESK
Control Lock: P position
1
2
5
PLU
Î
2
8
0
Î
D
E
S
Î 1
0
K
2
3
ENT RLS
4
5
Î
5
CHECK STUB
Î
6
7
8
9
0
RA.
DPT#.
# / NS .
TO SEARCH A VACANT PLU NUMBER
Control Lock: P position
( 0 )
PLU .
To program a new PLU, it is possible to make a PLU number displayed that the description is not yet
programmed for.
Example: PLU 1 through PLU 100 are programmed already.
To search a vacant PLU number:
0
Î
PLU .
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PRICE LOOK-UP (PLU)
“PLU 101” is displayed.
Continuously, PLU 101 can be programmed.
TO DELETE PLU DATA
To delete the data of designated PLU number (in 1 – 8000) that has been programmed.
Control Lock: P position
( PLU # )
PLU
ENT RLS
Î
Î
( 0 )
DPT#
.
1 – 8000
# / NS.
Î
Example: PLU 50 is already programmed. To delete the data of it:
5
Î
0
PLU
ENT RLS
Î
Î
0
DPT#
# / NS key to finalize.
STARTING NUMBER OF PLU ALLOCATION
Basically, the PLU number is automatically allocated to the smallest in the unoccupied numbers. Now it is
programmable to limit its smallest number for the allocation with the barcode reader.
TO PROGRAM THE STARTING NUMBER
Control Lock: P position
8
( Starting Number )
PO.
1 – 8000 ( 4 digits )
NOTE: The PLU number allocated with the barcode reader is not less than “Starting Number”.
Example: If you program 1000 (a number in 1 through 8000) for the function, the smallest
number to allocate the PLU by scanning with the barcode reader is 1000.
8
1
0
0
0
PO.
PLU NAME/PRICE CHANGE
Current method of price /name change
nn :absolute or bar code number
aaaaaaa: unit price
ccccccc: name
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TAX PROGRAMMING
Price change
xx PLU aaaaaaaa DPT#
CLR (xx: absolute number, bar code # or scan the product)
Name change
xx PLU
DPT# nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn CHECK
CLR
If the department key to which you want to link is not located on keyboard, press PLU/ENTÎ
In put the Department number. (by ten-key) Î DPT# key.
PLU SHIFT Function (Flag No. 112)
3.5 TAX PROGRAMMING
You can program up to four (4) types of tax to be added to each item.
We call these four taxes TAX1, TAX2, TAX3 and TAX4. To program a tax, you must select a taxation
system and enter the tax rate for that tax. For the instructions how to add these programmed taxes to
an item.
SELECTING A TAXATION SYSTEM
Your cash register has three taxation systems. They are described as follows:
Add-on Tax
This system calculates tax by using a tax rate you enter and it automatically adds the tax to the unit
price or the price enter.
VAT
The Value Added Tax is a European tax system. It calculates tax by using the tax rate you enter and
includes the calculated tax in the unit price or the price entered from the keyboard.
Tax Table
This system calculates the tax by using a tax table that you enter. The tax table depends on the
location of the store. Use the tax tables provided by the local tax office to enter the numbers.
For instructions on entering a tax, see “Tax Table” in this section.
NOTE: Tax 1 through Tax 3 can be set as either an add-on fixed tax rate, a VAT tax or tax table
rate. Tax 4 can be set as a fixed add-on rate or a VAT tax only.
TO PROGRAM TAX RATE
Control Lock:
P position
( TAX # )
( TAX MODE )
1 digit
1 digit
1-4
0: ADD ON
1: VAT
2: TABLE TAX
20
CHRG
.
TAX PROGRAMMING
( Tax Rate )
Î
TTL .
6 digits (Max.)
( Tax Limit Amount )
Î
TTL .
6 digits (Max.)
TO PROGRAM THE ADD-ON TAX RATE
Control Lock:
P position
( TAX # )
( TAX MODE )
1 digit
1 digit
Add on TAX 1 :
1
0
Add on TAX 2 :
2
0
Add on TAX 3 :
3
0
Add on TAX 4 :
4
0
( Tax Rate )
Î
CHRG .
TTL .
6 digits (Max.)
Î
( Tax Limit Amount )
TTL .
6 digits (Max.)
Example: To program the TAX1 Add-On of tax rate of 6 %.
1
0
CHRG .
Î
6
0
0
Î
( Tax Limit Amount )
0
0
TTL
TTL
6 digits (Max.)
* Tax Limit Amount: If Tax Limit Amount is not necessary, press 2nd TOTAL key directly.
TO PROGRAM THE VAT TAX RATE
Control Lock:
P position
( TAX # )
( TAX MODE )
1 digit
1 digit
VAT TAX 1 :
1
1
VAT TAX 2 :
2
1
VAT TAX 3 :
3
1
VAT TAX 4 :
4
1
Î
CHRG .
( Tax Rate )
TTL
6 digits (Max.)
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TAX PROGRAMMING
( Tax Limit Amount )
Î
TTL.
6 digits (Max.)
Example: To program the TAX2 VAT of tax rate 10% .
Î
2
1
CHRG.
1
0
0
0
0
0
TTL.
( Tax Limit Amount )
Î
TTL .
6 digits (Max.)
* Tax Limit Amount : If Tax Limit Amount is not necessary , press 2 nd TOTAL key directly.
TO PROGRAM TAX TABLE RATE
Control Lock:
P position
( TAX # )
( TAX MODE )
1 digit
CHRG .
1 digit
TABLE TAX 1:
1
2
TABLE TAX 2:
2
2
TABLE TAX 3:
3
2
Î ( State Tax Table Code )
TTL
▲
.
▼
Í
Í
Í
Í
Repeat for each code
Î
# / NS.
( To finalize )
Example: The tax code for Arizona's tax rate of 4% is: 138-100-4-13-19-23-27-27-29-25-25-2525. To program this under Tax 1, which you must have previously defined as a Tax
Table Rate per the instructions in Step 1:
1 2
CHRG .
Î
1 3 8
TTL.
Î
1 0 0
TTL.
Î
4
TTL.
Î
1 3
TTL.
Î
1 9
TTL.
Î
2 3
TTL.
Î
2 7
TTL.
Î
2 7
TTL.
Î
2 9
TTL.
Î
2 5
TTL.
Î
2 5
TTL.
Î
2 5
TTL.
Î
2 5
TTL.
Î
# / NS.
( To finalize )
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MINUS [ - ]
3.6 MINUS [ - ]
The Minus [ - ] key is used to subtract a specific amount from an individual item. This function can be
performed in the middle of a transaction or by itself in a transaction.
The programming of the Minus - key consists of two steps; selecting a High Digit Lock Out (HDLO)
number and Tax Status.
Control Lock:
P position
( HDLO # ) ( TAX Status # )
1 digit
2 digits
( Preset Price )
Î
TTL.
-
.
6 digits
High Digit Lock Out ( HDLO )
1 digit
Number is used to limit the number of digits that can be rung up in a coupon discount. This function is
helpful in safeguarding against accidentally subtracting a large amount. If an excess number of digits is
entered, an error tone sounds and the keypad locks up. For example: To limit ringing up of more than
$99.99 on the Minus [ - ] key, set the HDLO to 4.
Dollar Range
Number
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
$.01
.01
.01
.01
.01
.01
.01
-
$99,999.99
.09
.99
9.99
99.99
999.99
9,999.99
(Standard Setting)
Tax Status
2 digits
To be primarily used to determine where you want the tax rate to be charged when using the Minus [ - ]
key.
The following Tax Status numbers are used to link the Tax Status to the Minus - key.
NOTE: If you have no tax rate programmed in the cash register, simply choose "00" on the Tax Status
Number listed below:
Tax Status Number
00 =
Non-Taxable
Conditions
a. Used if no tax is programmed in the cash register,
or
b. Used if you want to charge tax on the original amount
of an
item (the amount before the coupon is deducted).
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MINUS [ - ]
01
=
Taxable by TAX1
02
=
Taxable by TAX 2
03
=
Taxable by TAX 1 and TAX 2
04
=
Taxable by TAX 3
05
=
Taxable by TAX 1 and TAX 3
06
=
Taxable by TAX 2 and TAX 3
07
=
Taxable by TAX 1, TAX 2
and TAX 3
08
=
Taxable by TAX 4
09
=
Taxable by TAX 1 and TAX 4
10
=
Taxable by TAX 2 and TAX 4
11
=
Taxable by TAX 1, TAX 2
and TAX 4
12
=
Taxable by TAX 3 and TAX 4
13
=
Taxable by TAX 1, TAX 3
and TAX 4
14
=
Taxable by TAX 2, TAX 3
and TAX 4
15
=
Taxable by TAX 1, TAX 2,
on TAX 3 and TAX 4
Preset Price
Used to charge the TAX 1 rate on the discounted
amount of an item (the amount after the coupon is
deducted).
Used to charge the TAX 2 rate on the discounted
amount of an item (the amount after the coupon is
deducted).
Used to charge TAX 1 and TAX 2 rates on the
discounted amount of an item (the amount after the
coupon is deducted).
Used to charge TAX 3 rate on the discounted amount
of an item (the amount after the coupon is deducted).
Used to charge TAX 1 and TAX 3 rates on the
discounted amount of an item (the amount after the
coupon is deducted).
Used to charge TAX 2 and TAX 3 rates on the
discounted amount of an item (the amount after the
coupon is deducted).
Used to charge TAX 1, TAX 2 and TAX 3 rates on the
discounted amount of an item (the amount after the
coupon is deducted).
Used to charge TAX 4 rate on the discounted amount
of an item (the amount after the coupon is deducted).
Used to charge TAX 1 and TAX 4 rates on the
discounted amount of an item (the amount after the
coupon is deducted).
Used to charge TAX 2 and TAX 4 rates on the
discounted amount of an item (the amount after the
coupon is deducted).
Used to charge TAX 1, TAX 2 and TAX 4 rates on the
discounted amount of an item (the amount after the
coupon is deducted).
Used to charge TAX 3 and TAX 4 rates on the
discounted amount of an item (the amount after the
coupon is deducted).
Used to charge TAX 1, TAX 3 and TAX 4 rates on the
discounted amount of an item (the amount after the
coupon is deducted).
Used to charge TAX 2, TAX 3 and TAX 4 rates on the
discounted amount of an item (the amount after the
coupon is deducted).
Used to charge TAX 1, TAX 2, TAX 3 and TAX 4 rates
the discounted amount of an item (the amount after
the coupon is deducted).
6 digits
Discount Amount in maximum 6 digits can be preset and input.
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PLUS PERCENTAGE
Example:
Preset:
HDLO # :
0 ( 7 digits )
Tax Status # : 01 ( TAX1 )
Preset Discount Amount : $ 2.50
Control Lock: P position
Î
0
0
1
TTL
2
5
0
-
.
.
3.7 PLUS PERCENTAGE
Plus Percentage +% is used to add a percentage rate such as a service charge or gratuity to an
individual item. The rate can be pre-programmed or manually entered.
Extra Option: If desired, a procedure is offered so that the Plus Percentage amount is not added to the
department totals on the Management Reports.
The programming of the Plus Percentage +% key consists of two steps; presetting the Plus Percentage
Rate (if desired) and selecting the Tax Status.
PRESETTING THE PLUS PERCENTAGE RATE
Control Lock: P position
( Tax Status # )
TTL .
2 digits
Î
( Plus % Rate )
+%
.
0 – 99.99% ( 4 digits )
Tax Status:
To be used to determine where you want the tax rate to be charged when using
a Plus Percentage +% key.
Option
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
Description
Non-Taxable (Default Setting)
Taxable Tax 1
Taxable Tax 2
Taxable Tax 1 and Tax 2
Taxable Tax 3
Taxable Tax 1 and Tax 3
Taxable Tax 2 and Tax 3
Taxable Tax 1 and Tax 2 and Tax 3
Taxable Tax 4
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MINUS [-] PERCENTAGE
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
Taxable Tax 1 and Tax 4
Taxable Tax 2 and Tax 4
Taxable Tax 1 and Tax 2 and Tax Rate 4
Taxable Tax 3 and Tax 4
Taxable Tax 1 and Tax 3 and Tax 4
Taxable Tax 2 and Tax 3 and Tax 4
Taxable Tax 1 and Tax 2 and Tax 3 and Tax 4
Percentage Rate:
Rate up to 99.99% can be preset and input.
Example:
Tax Status: “01” (Taxable 1)
Plus % Rate: 10% :
Control Lock:
Î
P position
0
1
1
0
TTL .
0
0
+%
3.8 MINUS PERCENTAGE DISCOUNT
Minus Percentage Discount -% is used to subtract a percentage rate such as an employee discount from
an individual item. The rate can be pre-programmed or manually entered.
Extra Option: If desired, a procedure is offered so that the Minus Percentage Discount amount is not
subtracted from the department totals on the Management Reports.
The programming of the Minus Percentage Discount key consists of two steps; presetting the Minus
Percentage Discount rate (if desired) and selecting the Tax Status.
PRESETTING THE MINUS PERCENTAGE RATE
Control Lock: P position
( Tax Status # )
TTL
2 digits
Î
( Minus % Rate )
-%
.
0 – 99.99% ( 4 digits )
Tax Status:
To be used to determine where you want the tax rate to be charged when using
a Minus Percentage Discount -% key.
Option
00
Description
Non-Taxable (Default Setting)
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CLERK NUMBERS
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
Taxable Tax 1
Taxable Tax 2
Taxable Tax 1 and Tax 2
Taxable Tax 3
Taxable Tax 1 and Tax 3
Taxable Tax 2 and Tax 3
Taxable Tax 1 and Tax 2 and Tax 3
Taxable Tax 4
Taxable Tax 1 and Tax 4
Taxable Tax 2 and Tax 4
Taxable Tax 1 and Tax 2 and Tax Rate 4
Taxable Tax 3 and Tax 4
Taxable Tax 1 and Tax 3 and Tax 4
Taxable Tax 2 and Tax 3 and Tax 4
Taxable Tax 1 and Tax 2 and Tax 3 and Tax 4
Percentage Rate:
Rate up to 99.99% can be preset and input.
Example:
Tax Status: “01” (Taxable 1)
Minus % Rate: 10%:
Control Lock: P position
Î
0
1
1
0
TTL .
0
0
-% .
3.9 CLERK NUMBERS
A total of 40 Clerk Numbers are available for monitoring sales of individual employees. Each Clerk Number
can be programmed with a 24 character name. The Clerk Numbers are designed to be used in the
REGISTER modes only. To obtain sales totals of each clerk, a Clerk Report is available in both the "X" and
"Z" modes.
Extra Security Option: If desired, a procedure is offered to require entry of a Clerk Number before every
transaction.
Direct Clerk Key: Exclusive key for Clerk 1 [CLERK 1] through 5 [CLERK 5] can be set up in the keyboard.
If such are set up, the clerk number can be changed in one-touch.
TO PROGRAM CLERK NUMBERS
Control Lock: P position
4
Î
4
4
4
4
4
( Clerk # ) ( Password # )
1 to 40
0001-9999 4 digits #
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CASH TEND
CLK ID.
.
CLERK NUMBERS
Example:
For Clerk #1, Password # is 234:
4
4
4
1
Î
4
0
4
2
4
3
CASH TEND
4
.
CLK ID.
TO PROGRAM A CLERK NAME
Control Lock: P position
( Clerk # )
1
-
RET.
40
Î ( Clerk Name )
CHECK STUB .
24 characters ( Max.)
Example: For Clerk #1, program name as SALLY SMITH:
1
RET.
S
Î
A
L L Y Space S M I
TO USE CLERK NUMBERS
Control Lock:
R (Register) position
( Clerk # )
CLK ID .
4 digits
Example: If Clerk #1 is 4456:
4
4
5
6
CLK ID .
* The cash register is now ready for operation.
NOTE: The Clerk Name will print on the receipt tape.
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T H
CHECK STUB .
ROUNDING METHOD FOR FINALIZING AMOUNT
3.10 ROUNDING METHOD FOR FINALIZING AMOUNT
Your cash register allows you to select the method used for rounding when a sales transaction is finished.
There are five methods for rounding: rounding up, rounding (If the 0.00 is displayed and printed, 0.01 to
0.04 becomes 0.00, 0.05 to 0.09 becomes 0.10).round down, the Swiss method and the Danish method.
For information about the Swiss and Danish methods, consult your dealer. Select the rounding method as
follows:
Control Lock:
P position
3
No.
N1 N2
N3 N4
( N1 N2
)
(
N3 N4
Method:
Rounding position:
Select from the
Select from the
following table :
following table:
Press
00
04
09
02
12
00
10
05
25
)
PO.
To :
Select rounding up.
Select rounding.
Select rounding down.
Select the Swiss method of rounding.
Select the Danish method of rounding.
Does not round.
Round the last digit.
Round the position according to the Swiss method of rounding.
Round the position according to the Danish method of rounding
Example: N 1 N 2 : 0 4 ( Select rounding.)
N 3 N 4 : 1 0 ( Round the last digit.)
Control Lock: P position
3
0
4
1
0
PO .
3.11 MANAGER PASSWORDS
Two Manager Passwords are available as an added measure; one password accesses only the "P"
(PROGRAM) and "Z" modes and the second accesses only the "X" mode. The Manager Password resets
every time it is used, therefore once a password has been programmed, it must be entered every time you
access the program mode or before every "X" or "Z" reading is taken.
TO PROGRAM THE "X" MANAGER PASSWORD
CAUTION: Please write your passwords down in a safe place. If the passwords are forgotten,
a SYSTEM CLEAR procedure will be necessary. A System Clear will erase all transaction
data and programming.
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MANAGER PASSWORD
Control Lock: P position
2
2
2
2
2
2
CASH TEND.
(Manager Password #)
Î
TTL.
4 digits
Example: If the "X" password is 1212 :
2
2
Î
2
2
2
2
CASH TEND.
1
2
1
2
TTL.
TO PROGRAM THE “P/Z” MANAGER PASSWORD
CAUTION: Please write your passwords down in a safe place. If the passwords are forgotten,
a SYSTEM CLEAR procedure will be necessary. A System Clear will erase all transaction
data and programming.
Control Lock :
P position
1
1
Î
1
1
1
1
CASH TEND.
(Manager Password #)
TTL.
4 digits
Example: If the "P/Z" password is 1313:
1
1
1
1
Î
1
3
1
1
1
3
CASH TEND.
TTL.
TO USE THE MANAGER PASSWORD
Control Lock: “P" or "X" or "Z"
( Manager Password # )
CLK ID .
4 digit #
A. Example: Access the "X" mode, the Manager Password is 1212:
*
1
2
1
2
CLK ID .
* You are now ready to take an "X" Report.
B. Example: Access the P/Z modes, the Manager Password is 1313:
*
1
3
1
3
CLK ID .
* You are now ready to program or take any reports based on your selection.
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TRAINNING MODE
3.12 TRAINING MODE AND TRAINING PASSWORD
The optional Training Mode is designed to help you become better acquainted with the register mode and
offers an ideal place for "beginners" and new employees to practice transaction examples. Once the
Training Mode is activated, there is no access to any operations in the "P", "X", or "Z" modes. Also note,
the transaction numbers do not count up in the Register Mode until you exit the Training Mode. The
Training Mode can be activated at any time since it does not record any activity in the machine totals.
TO PROGRAM THE TRAINING PASSWORD
The password is an optional 1 – 4 digit number.
Control Lock:
P position
5
5
Î
5
5
5
5
CASH TEND .
( Training Password Number)
TTL
4 digits
Example: If the Training Password is 3456:
Î
5
5
5
5
3
4
5
6
5
5
CASH TEND
TTL.
TO TURN ON THE TRAINING MODE
Operation:
1st: Turn the Control Lock to the “X” position.
2nd: Enter “the training password number “ and press the
CHRG key.
rd
3 : Turn the Control Lock to the “R” position.
4th: Start the training.
NOTE: The Training Mode indicator (a small arrow point) will be displayed in the eight digit of the display.
Example: If the Training Password is 3456:
1st: Turn the Control Lock to the “X” position.
2nd: 3
4
5
6
CHRG .
rd
3 : Turn the Control Lock to the “R” position.
4th: Start the training.
TO SHUT OFF THE TRAINING MODE
The steps to shut off the training mode are just same as the ones to turn on.
Operation:
1st: Turn the Control Lock to the “X” position.
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PASSWORD
2nd: Enter “the training password number “ and press the
CHRG key.
rd
3 : Turn the Control Lock to the “R” position.
4th: Resume the normal operation.
NOTE: The Training Mode indicator (a small arrow point) will be lost lighting. To take a training report,
enter the training password number at “X” position in the first place as above.
Example: If the Training Password is 3456:
1st: Turn the Control Lock to the “X” position.
2nd: 3
4
5
6
CHRG .
rd
3 : Turn the Control Lock to the “R” position.
4th: Resume the normal operation.
3.13 PASSWORD FOR THE OPERATION OF THE
–%
VOID, RET, – ,
and CANCEL keys
To allow operating the VOID, RET, –, –% and CANCEL keys in registration, a 8-digit number password
can be programmed as follows:
Control Lock: P position
3
Î
3
3
3
3
3
CASH TEND
(Password number in 8-digit)
TTL
Operation: Control Lock: R position
(RA) (Programmed password number) VOID
(Then, you can use the VOID , RET, –, –% and CANCEL keys in registration.)
NOTE: 1) The password is effective in one receipt only.
2) The RA key is pressed only for not displaying the number.
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GRAND TOTAL PRESET
3.14 GRAND TOTAL PRESET
The Grand TOTAL is located at the bottom of your "Z" Report. The Grand TOTAL is the only figure that
does not reset back to zero after taking a "Z" Report. It is commonly known as the "running grand TOTAL".
However, if you wish, you can reset the Grand TOTAL to zero or assign it a specific value. The procedure
used to assign a value to the Grand TOTAL may be helpful after a Full System Clear is performed; since it
automatically resets the Grand TOTAL back to zero.
TO SET THE GRAND TOTAL TO ZERO
The Grand TOTAL can be a maximum of 12 digits. When clearing the Grand TOTAL, it is recommended to
follow these steps to reset the TOTAL to zero.
Control Lock: P position
7
7
7
7
7
7
CASH TEND Î
0
TTL .
NOTE: It is recommended to take a "Z" reading prior to setting the Grand TOTAL to zero.
TO ASSIGN A VALUE TO THE GRAND TOTAL
Control Lock: P position
7
7
7
7
7
7
CASH TEND
Î ( Assigned Value )
.
TTL .
12 digits (Max.)
Example: Set the Grand TOTAL for $15,000.00:
Î
7
7
7
7
7
7
1
5
0
0
0
0
CASH TEND
0
TTL .
3.15 X1 AND X2 COUNTER PRESET
X1: Represents the End-of-Day reading (resets TOTALs to "0").
X2: Represents the End-of-Week/Month reading (resets TOTALs to "0").
Allows you to select the beginning number for the X1 Counter. The "X" Counter is programmed by the
factory to count up consecutively after each "X" reading. It provides a tally of the number of "X" readings
from the first "X" reading taken on the cash register to the present. In the event a Full System Clear
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X1 AND X2 /Z1and Z2 COUNTER PRESETPRESET
procedure is performed (which resets all data to zero), the "X" Counter Preset feature will also allow you to
re-enter the previous "X" Counter Number.
TO PROGRAM THE X1 COUNTER NUMBER
Control Lock: P position
3
( X1 COUNTER # )
RET .
6 digit #
Example: To program the X1 Counter for the number 000098:
3
0
0
0
0
9
8
RET
.
TO PROGRAM THE X2 COUNTER NUMBER
Control Lock: P position
4
( X2 COUNTER # )
RET .
6 digit #
Example: To program the X2 Counter for the number 000099:
4
0
0
0
0
9
9
RET
.
3.16 Z1 AND Z2 COUNTER PRESET
Z1: Represents the End-of-Day reading (resets TOTALs to "0").
Z2: Represents the End-of-Week/Month reading (resets TOTALs to "0").
You can choose a number of the beginning for Z1 Counter. The "Z" Counter is programmed by the factory
to count up consecutively after each "Z" reading. It provides a tally of the number of "Z" readings from the
first "Z" reading taken on the cash register to the present. In the event a Full System Clear procedure is
performed (which resets all data to zero), the "Z" Counter Preset feature will also allow you to re-enter the
previous "Z" Counter Number.
TO PROGRAM THE Z1 COUNTER NUMBER
Control Lock: P position
1
( Z1 COUNTER # )
RET
6 digit #
Example: To program the Z1 Counter for the number 000050:
1
0
0
0
0
5
34
0
RET
.
DRAWER OPEN ALAM TIMER DELAY
TO PROGRAM THE Z2 COUNTER NUMBER
Control Lock: P position
2
( Z2 COUNTER # )
RET .
6 digit #
Example: To program the Z2 Counter for the number 000100:
2
0
0
0
1
0
0
RET
.
3.17 DRAWER OPEN ALARM TIMER DELAY
Programming second until an alarm is given when the drawer is kept open after the transaction.
(Unit : second, max. 2 digits )
TO PROGRAM THE DRAWER OPEN ALARM TIMER
Control Lock: P position
5
(Alarm Timer)
PO.
Max. 2 digits (second)
Example: To program 60 seconds after the transaction if the drawer is kept open.
5
6
0
PO.
3.18 MONEY LIFT ALARM AMOUNT
When the “cash in drawer” amount exceeds the preset amount, “LIFT MONEY” is displayed for an alarm
at start of start of the registration.
TO PROGRAM THE MONEY LIFT ALARM AMOUNT
Control Lock: P position
6
( Lift Alarm Amount )
PO.
8 digits
Example: To program $5,000,00 of the preset alarm amount.
6
0
0
5
35
0
00
00
PO.
AGE VERRIFICATION
3.19 AGE VERIFICATION
This Age Verification is to verify the full age or non-age of the customer to buy the item, by entering his
(her) birth date.
At the time with setting of Age Table, you can preset a Age Flag: N1 to necessary Departments.
Age Table can be categorized to 3 kinds, and be numbered from 1 to 3. The ages applicable are from 1
to 99. Category No. 0 will stand for Non Age Verification.
TO PROGRAM THE AGE TABLE
Control Lock: P position
4
( Table No. )
1 - 3 ( 1 digit )
( Age )
PO .
1 – 99 ( 2 digits )
Example :
For example, you wish to 3 categories, such as ;
- Items which can be sold to 12 years old or more,
- Items which can be sold to 15 years old or more,
- Items which can be sold to 18 years old or more,
P position
Program 12 years old to Table No. 1: 4
1
1
2
PO.
Program 15 years old to Table No. 2: 4
2
1
5
PO.
Program 18 years old to Table No. 3: 4
3
1
8
PO.
3.20 CLERK HOLD TIMER
The Timer of Clerk Hold Function can be programmed.
TO PROGRAM THE HOLD TIMER
Control Lock: P position
7
( Timer )
PO.
1 – 99 seconds (2 digits)
Example: To program 20 seconds of the preset Hold Timer.
7
2
0
PO.
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PROGRAMMING ALPHANUMERIC DESCRIPTIONS
3.21 PROGRAMMING ALPHANUMERIC DESCRIPTIONS
General Information: When programming the alpha descriptions for Departments, PLUs, Clerks and the
Store Name/Logo Message and Commercial Messages, it is recommended to use the Alpha keyboard
(shown below). The department keys are clearly labeled with all the letters needed to program these
descriptions. So, when you are programming alpha descriptions, simply use the department keys to spell
out the words you require. You may require certain symbols or lower case characters that are not found on
the Alpha Keyboard. For example, if you require a space between words, or if you require the "/" symbol, or
"-", you will need to refer to the Alphanumeric Code Chart. The EC key functions as a back space and
delete key when programming alpha characters.
ALPHA KEYBOARD BLOCK :
FLAT KEYBOARD
TO INPUT CHARACTERS
Example: SPORTSWEAR (10 characters)
*The following operation example includes a typing mistake. To correct it, press the EC key to
delete the mistaken character.
Display
Operation
1
S P O R
2
J
3
4
SPOR
(by mistake)
SPORJ
Press the EC key to delete the letter “J”
T
S W
SPOR
SPORTSW
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5
6
E
A
R
SPORTSWEAR
CHECK STUB key to finalize.
PROGRAMMING ALPHANUMERIC DESCRIPTIONS
THE FOLLOWING OUTLINES THE MAXIMUM NUMBER OF CHARACTERS THAT CAN BE PROGRAMMED FOR
EACH ITEM DESCRIPTION.
DEPERTMENT
PLU
CLERK NAME
STORE LOGO/HEADER
COMMERCIAL MESSAGE
SCROLL MESSAGE
TRANSACTION WORDS
- 16 Characters
- 16 Characters
- 24 Characters
- 24 Characters each
- 24 Characters
- 42 Characters
- 8 Characters
*Standard size characters
WIDE CHARACTERS
For extra emphasis, you can program extra wide (double width) for each character.
If using double width characters, the maximum number of characters is reduced by half. For example,
Departments would normally use 16 characters, for double width, the maximum is 8 characters; PLUs
would normally use 16 characters, for double width, the maximum is 8 characters.
To make a character print extra wide, the double width code of "01" must be used before each character.
Normal Size
Double Width
************************
YOUR RECEIPT
Thank You
Call again
************************
APPLE I
1.00
MILK I
2.00
ITEM CT 2
TAX
0.06
CASH 3.06
************************
YOUR RECEIPT
Thank You
Call again
************************
APPLE I
1.00
MILK I
2.00
ITEM CT 2
TAX
0.06
CASH 3.06
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PROGRAMMING ALPHANUMERIC DESCRIPTIONS
ALPHANUMERIC CODE CHART
Character
Space
Wide Character
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
?
!
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Code #
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
Character
@
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
Code #
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
Character
/
:
#
&
%
$
, (comma)
(
)
*
+
.
; (semi-colon)
>
'(apostrophe)
"
<
=
Code #
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
87
88
89
90
91
92
Special Language
Characters
¡
¿
á
é
í
ó
ú
Ä
Û
Ö
Ï
ü
Ñ
ñ
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
Locate the character or symbol that you need, and note the 2-digit code number. For example, if you
require a space, the code number for a space is "00", the number 1 is the code 31 and the ":" (colon) is
code 68.
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PROGRAMMING ALPHANUMERIC DESCRIPTIONS
In addition to Alphanumeric Code Chart in the previous page, the following chart is also available for
programming. You may have some difficulty to display the characters in the chart because of special
characters though there is no problem in printing.
Character Code #
[
\
]
^
_
`
{
|
}
~
Ç
ü
â
ä
à
å
ç
ê
ë
è
î
Ì
Å
É
æ
Æ
ô
ö
ò
û
ù
ÿ
Ö
Ü
¢
£
€
Pt
ƒ
⌐
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
0G
0H
0I
0J
0K
0L
0M
0N
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1I
1J
1K
1L
1M
1N
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
2G
2H
2I
2J
2K
2L
2M
2N
Character
¬
½
¼
«
»
§
Ë
▼
¤
Ã
Ẽ
Õ
À
È
Ù
Ò
Â
Ê
Î
Ô
Á
Í
Ú
Ó
A
O
a
o
~
Ü
ö
FE
Ū
Č
č
Đ
đ
Š
š
Ž
Code #
3A
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
3G
3H
3I
3J
3K
3L
3M
3N
4A
4B
4C
4D
4E
4F
4G
4H
4I
4J
4K
4L
4M
4N
5A
5B
5C
5D
5E
5F
5G
5H
5I
5J
5K
5L
5M
5N
Character
ž
α
β
Г
π
Σ
σ
µ
τ
Φ
θ
Ω
δ
∞
φ
∈
∩
≡
±
≧
≦
⌠
⌡
÷
≈
°
▪
Ⅰ
Ⅱ
Ⅲ
Ⅳ
Ⅴ
Ⅵ
Code #
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
6G
6H
6I
6J
6K
6L
6M
6N
7A
7B
7C
7D
7E
7F
7G
7H
7I
7J
7K
7L
7M
7N
8A
8B
8C
8D
8E
Regarding the 2-digit code number, for example, the code ‘0A’ stands for “[“ and the code ‘8E’ stands for
“Ⅵ”
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PROGRAM STORE LOGO/COMMERCIAL MESSAGE
3.22 PROGRAM STORE LOGO/COMMERCIAL MESSAGE
The following outlines the maximum number of characters that can be programmed for each item
description.
STORE LOGO/HEADER
COMMERCIAL MESSAGE
-
9 Lines (24 Characters* each)
9 Lines (24 Characters* each)
LOGO MESSAGE
A 9 line store header can be programmed to print on customer receipts. The header can be a maximum of
9 lines, each line 24 characters (normal size) or 12 characters (double width).
*******************************
YOUR RECEIPT
Thank You
*******************************
“Your Receipt Thank You”
is the default printout
1st line
2nd line
3rd line
4th line
Make a copy of the attached blank Store Logo Worksheet for future changes or revisions to your logo.
If a wrong character is pressed, the EC key functions as a backspace and delete key to remove the
incorrect character(s).
TO PROGRAM YOUR LOGO:
Control Lock: P position
1) To Fix The TOTAL Line Number :
( 70 )
( X )
RET.
0 – 9 (1digit)
2) To Make A Message:
( 7 )
( n )
RET
.
0 – 9 (1digit)
( Logo Message : 24 characters )
Î
CHECK STUB
Example:
1)
TOTAL Line:
2)
7
0
Message:
4 Lines is selected.
4
RET
.
1st: [ ************************ ( 24 characters) ]
7
Î
1
RET .
( 76 76 76 ……. 76 76 :24times)
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CHECK STUB .
.
PROGRAM STORE LOGO/COMMERCIAL MESSAGE
2nd: [
YOUR RECEIPT
7
2
RET
]
.
( space x 5times YOUR space x 2 times RECEIPT space x 6times )
Î
CHECK STUB .
3rd: [
T h a n k
7
Î
Y o u
( Wide Character : Code 01 ) ]
3
RET
.
( space x 3times , 01, T , 01 , h , 01 , a , 01 , n , 01 , k , space x 2 times,
01 , Y , 01 , o , 01 , u , space x 3times )
CHECK STUB.
4th: [ ************************ ( 24 characters) ]
7
Î
4
RET
.
( 76 76 76 ……. 76 76 :24times)
CHECK STUB .
* NOTE: when entering any alpha descriptions, if a wrong character is entered, use
the EC key to "backspace" and delete that character and then continue.
COMMERCIAL MESSAGE
You can also program a message that automatically prints just under the logo message or at the bottom
of the receipt. For example, you can list your hours of operation or a special promotion at the bottom of
every receipt.
The commercial message can have up to 9 lines. Each line can have 24 characters in single width or 12
characters in double width.
Control Lock: P position
1) To Fix The Total Line Number :
( 80 )
( X )
RET.
0 – 9 (1digit)
2) To Make A Message:
( 8 )
( n )
RET
.
1 – 9 (1digit)
Î
(Commercial Message: 24 characters)
Example:
The message of the receipt can say:
TUESDAY IS 10% OFF DAY!
STOCK UP AND SAVE
42
CHECK STUB .
SCROLL MESSAGE
1) Total Line:
2 Lines is selected.
8
2)
0
2
RET
.
Message:
1st
: [ TUESDAY IS 10% OFF DAY! ]
8
1
RET .
( TUESDAY IS 10% OFF DAY! )
Î
2nd
: [
STOCK UP AND SAVE
]
8
2
RET .
( STOCK UP AND SAVE )
Î
CHECK STUB .
CHECK STUB .
3.23 SCROLL MESSAGES
The following outlines the types of scrolling messages that can be programmed:
1. OFF message – Message that runs in the L position
2. MODE message – Message that runs during the idle state in P, X, Z modes
3. SALES message – Message that runs after the sales transaction
4. IDLE message 1 – Message that runs during the idle state in R mode
5. IDLE message 2 – Message that runs during the idle state in R mode
* IDLE messages 1 and 2 can be combined for 1 longer message.
Each scroll message can be programmed for a maximum of 42 characters. Messages 4 and 5 (IDLE
messages) can be combined for a maximum of 84 characters.
PROGRAM A SCROLL MESSAGE:
Control Lock: P position
6
Î ( The Message Number ) Î
n: 1 -
Î
RET .
5
( Scroll Message )
42 characters
Î
CHECK STUB
.
To inputting characters using the alpha keyboard or the Alphanumeric Code Chart. If a wrong
character is entered, use the EC key to "backspace" and delete that character and then continue.
To program the OFF (Scroll Message #1) message:
6
1
RET
( Message )
CHECK STUB .
42 characters (max)
To program the MODE (Scroll Message #2) message:
6
2
RET
( Message )
42 characters (max)
To program the SALES (Scroll Message #3) message:
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CHECK STUB .
SCROLL MESSAGE
6
3
RET
( Message )
CHECK STUB .
42 characters (max)
To program the IDLE(Scroll Message #4 or 5) message:
6
4
or
5
RET
( Message )
CHECK STUB .
42 characters (max)
PROGRAM SCROLL DISPLAY SETTINGS:
1-
Control Lock: P position
( n )
( X X )
CHRG.
1 - 4 :
01 - 99
5, 6, 7 :
0- 9
OFF message: SCROLL MESSAGE #1 DISPLAY TIME (Number of seconds after the register is
turned off before the message starts)
Settings: 01 – 99 (Default=05), 00: No message will scroll.
1
( # of Seconds )
CHRG.
2 digit # 01-99
2-
MODE message: SCROLL MESSAGE #2 DISPLAY TIME (Number of seconds before the
register turns into idle mode in P, X , Z modes and the message starts.)
This message will not display in REG modes.
Settings: 01 – 99 (Default=10) , 00: No message will scroll.
2
( # of Seconds )
CHRG.
2 digit # 01-99
3-
SALES message: SCROLL MESSAGE #3 DISPLAY TIME (Number of seconds after a sale
completion in R mode before message starts). When a transaction is begun the SALES
message will stop. It will resume after the sale is completed and the number of seconds
programmed has elapsed.
Settings: 01 – 99 (Default=10), 00: No message will scroll.
3
( # of Seconds )
CHRG.
2 digit # 01-99
4-
SALES message: SCROLL MESSAGE #4 DISPLAY TIME (Number of seconds for Sales
message to run before the Idle message starts.)
Settings: 01 – 99 (Default=10) 00 = No message will scroll.
4
( # of Seconds )
CHRG.
2 digit # 01-99
5-
Idle message 1: TIME DISPLAY (Number of seconds for clock display after Sales message.)
When the Time changes while an Idle message is running, the Time is shown first for a few
seconds, then restarts with the idle message.
Settings: 1 – 9 (Default=2) 0 = No message will scroll.
5
0
( # of Seconds )
1 digit # 1-9
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CHRG.
SCROLL MESSAGE
6-
Idle message 2: SCROLL FLAG(Selection of idle message patterns.) Setting to 0 will run Idle
message 1 in the AM and Idle message 2 in the PM. Setting to 1 will combine the two Idle
messages and run both in AM and PM.
Settings: 0 – 1 (Default=0)
6
7-
0
( 0 or 1 : patterns )
CHRG.
Amount of time for each letter of a message to appear on the display: SCROLL SPEED
7
0
( # of Seconds )
1 digit
0 = Fastest
.CHRG
# 0 - #7
2 = (Default) 7 = Slowest: Any integer between 0 and 7 can be chosen.
SCROLL MESSAGES PATTERN
1stSales Completion
Display
CASH
2nd TOTAL is on Display
1.00
Í
PLEASE TAKE YOUR RECEIPT
3rd Sales Message Starts
Í
PLEASE TAKE YOUR RECEIPT
4th Sales Message Runs
Í
STORE HOURS 9 AM TO 10PM SPECIAL SALE ON
WEDNESDAY
5th Idle Message 1-2
During the IDLE MESSAGE when the TIME changes each minute, the TIME will be displayed and
then return to the IDLE MESSAGE.
IDLE MESSAGE 1 runs in the AM and 2 runs in the PM. If 1and 2 are combined, both will run in
AM and PM.
DEFAULT OF SCROLL MESSAGES
[OFF MESSAGE]
[MODE MESSAGE]
[SALES MESSAGE]
[IDLE-1 MESSAGE]
[IDLE-2 MESSAGE]
1: CLOSED, NEXT REGISTER PLEASE
2: PLEASE WAIT
3: PLEASE TAKE YOUR RECEIPT
4: GOOD MORNING
5: GOOD AFTERNOON
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PROGRAMMABLE KEYBOARD
3.24 PROGRAMMABLE KEYBOARD
All the keys except the feed key can be changed their functions. The change can be done according to
the following steps:
Control Lock: P position
1) Input the location number of the key to be changed.
2) Input the code of function to be installed to the location number.
Location Number List
TO PROGRAM THE KEY LAYOUT
Control Lock: P position
9
( Key Location )
( New Key Code )
3 digits
RET
3 digits
Example: Installing the function of [ TAX1] to the location number 2 on Keyboard.
Key Location: 002
New Key Code [ TAX1 ]: 033
Control Lock:
P position
9
0
0
2
0
3
3
RET
NOTE 1: When Flag 91 is “0”, the program change of the key layout is ineffective.
NOTE 2: If an ineffective code number is set up on a key in the keyboard by mistake in programming,
when the key is pressed at R position after such programming, selection whether an error
occurs or nothing happens is possible. ( Selectable by main Flag 92 setting.)
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PROGRAMMABLE KEYBOARD
KEY CODE FUNCTION
NO.1
Code
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
011
012
013
014
015
016
017
018
019
020
021
022
023
024
025
026
027
028
029
030
031
032
033
034
035
036
037
038
039
040
041
042
043
044
045
046
047
048
049
050
Function
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
00
000
・
CLEAR
PLU ENT
PLU
CASH
CHECK
CHARGE
CARD1
CARD2
FOOD TEND
FOOD TOTAL
TOTAL
SUBTOTAL
EC
VOID
RETURN
X/TIME
NO TAX
TAX1
TAX2
TAX3
TAX4
FOOD SHIFT
NON FOOD
CLERK
CLERK1
CLERK2
CLERK3
CLERK4
CLERK5
RA
PO
Code
051
052
053
054
055
056
057
058
059
060
061
062
063
064
065
066
067
068
069
070
071
072
073
074
075
076
077
078
079
080
081
082
083
084
085
086
087
088
089
090
091
092
093
094
095
096
097
098
099
100
Function
-%
+%
-
PRICE
REL
PLU SHIFT
CANCEL
FC#
FC1
FC2
FC3
FC4
Tend
#/NS
HOLD
AGE
RCPT ON/OFF
DEPT#
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
D16
D17
D18
D19
D20
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Code
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
Function
D21
D22
D23
D24
D25
D26
D27
D28
D29
D30
D31
D32
D33
D34
D35
D36
D37
D38
D39
D40
PLU1
PLU2
PLU3
PLU4
PLU5
PLU6
PLU7
PLU8
PLU9
PLU10
PLU11
PLU12
PLU13
PLU14
PLU15
PLU16
PLU17
PLU18
PLU19
PLU20
Code
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
Function
PLU21
PLU22
PLU23
PLU24
PLU25
PLU26
PLU27
PLU28
PLU29
PLU30
PLU31
PLU32
PLU33
PLU34
PLU35
PLU36
PLU37
PLU38
PLU39
PLU40
PLU41
PLU42
PLU43
PLU44
PLU45
PLU46
PLU47
PLU48
PLU49
PLU50
PLU51
PLU52
PLU53
PLU54
PLU55
PLU56
PLU57
PLU58
PLU59
PLU60
PLU61
PLU62
PLU63
PLU64
PLU65
PLU66
PLU67
PLU68
PLU69
PLU70
PROGRAMMABLE KEYBOARD
NO.2
Code
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
Function
PLU71
PLU72
PLU73
PLU74
PLU75
PLU76
PLU77
PLU78
PLU79
PLU80
PLU81
PLU82
PLU83
PLU84
PLU85
Code
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
Function
PLU86
PLU87
PLU88
PLU89
PLU90
PLU91
PLU92
PLU93
PLU94
PLU95
PLU 96
PLU 97
PLU 98
PLU 99
PLU 100
Code
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
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Function
PLU 101
PLU 102
PLU 103
PLU 104
PLU 105
PLU 106
PLU 107
PLU 108
PLU 109
PLU 110
PLU 111
PLU 112
PLU 113
PLU 114
PLU 115
Code
246
247
248
249
250
Function
PLU 116
PLU 117
PLU 118
PLU 119
PLU 120
TRANSACTION WORDS
3.25 TRANSACTION WORDS
Transaction words are linked to the function keys and they are printed on receipts and reports.
The length of transaction word is limited up to eight regular size characters or four double size characters.
They can be changed to desired words very easily.
TO PROGRAM THE TRANSACTION WORDS
Control Lock: P position
5
( Transaction Word # )
RET
2 digits
Î
( Desired Word )
CHECK STUB
Up to 8 characters
Example:
How to change the transaction word, "CARD1" (Transaction Word #27) to "VISA"
5
Î
V
2
I
7
S
RET
A
CHECK STUB
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TRANSACTION WORDS
Transaction Words (English)
No
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
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Transaction Word
DEPT TTL
NOTXBL
TXBL-1
TXBL-2
TXBL-3
TXBL-4
TAX-1
TAX-2
TAX-3
TAX-4
+%G
+%N
TOTAL
GROSS
VOID-R
RETURN
COUPON G
COUPON N
-%G
-%N
ROUND
NETOTAL
CASH
CHECK
CHARGE
CARD1
CARD2
NOSALE
R/A CA
R/A CK
P/O CA
P/O CK
CAID
CKID
NRGT
TAX
NET *
MSC-V
MSC-R
CASH TD
CHECK TD
VOID
Function
Department TOTAL
Non-taxable
Taxable 1
Taxable 2
Taxable 3
Taxable 4
Tax 1 Amount
Tax 2 Amount
Tax 3 Amount
Tax 4 Amount
(Not used. Do not change.)
+% Gross
+% Net
TOTAL
Gross
Void on Department & PLU
Return
Coupon Gross
Coupon Net
-% Gross
-% Net
Rounding
Net TOTAL
Cash TOTAL
Check TOTAL
Charge TOTAL
Card 1 TOTAL
Card 2 TOTAL
(Not used. Do not change.)
(Not used. Do not change.)
Non-sale
Received on account, Cash
Received on account, Check
Paid out, Cash
Paid out, Check
Cash in Drawer
Check in Drawer
Non-resettable Grand TOTAL
Tax
(Not used. Do not change.)
Void on Minus Item
Return on Minus Item
(Not used. Do not change.)
(Not used. Do not change.)
Cash Tendered
Check Tendered
Void
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TRANSACTION WORDS
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
TAXTOTAL
NET-TAX
DEPT GRP
RPRT CNT
SUB-TTL
CHANGE
-VOIDRETURN
ITEM CT
NET
R/A
P/O
FC#
FC1
FC2
FC3
FC4
FC 1 IN D
FC 2 IN D
FC 3 IN D
FC 4 IN D
FC 1 TEND
FC 2 TEND
FC 3 TEND
FC 4 TEND
FC 1 CHNG
FC 2 CHNG
FC 3 CHNG
FC 4 CHNG
FC1 RA
FC1 PO
FS SALES
FS TEND
FS CHNG
FS TOTAL
FS IN DW
HASH TTL
CANCEL
TRAINING
CHRG TEND
CD1 TEND
CD2 TEND
CHRG IN D
CD1 IN D
CD2 IN D
COPY
Tax TOTAL
Net Amount – Tax
Department Group
Report Counter
Sub-TOTAL
Change
Void
Return
Item Count
Net Sales
Received on account
Paid out
(Not used. Do not change.)
Foreign Currency #
Foreign Currency 1
Foreign Currency 2
Foreign Currency 3
Foreign Currency 4
Foreign Currency 1 in Drawer
Foreign Currency 2 in Drawer
Foreign Currency 3 in Drawer
Foreign Currency 4 in Drawer
Foreign Currency 1 Tendered
Foreign Currency 2 Tendered
Foreign Currency 3 Tendered
Foreign Currency 4 Tendered
Foreign Currency 1 Change
Foreign Currency 2 Change
Foreign Currency 3 Change
Foreign Currency 4 Change
Foreign Currency 1 Receive on Account
Foreign Currency 1 Paid out
Food Stamp Sales
Food Stamp Tendered
Food Stamp Change
Food Stamp TOTAL
Food Stamp in Drawer
Hash TOTAL
Cancel
Training
Charge Tendered
Card1 Tendered
Card2 Tendered
(Not used. Do not change.)
Charge in Drawer
Card1 in Drawer
Card2 in Drawer
(Not used. Do not change.)
Receipt Copy
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FOREIGN CURRENCY
3.26 FOREIGN CURRENCY
This function is used to enable sales of merchandize in Foreign Currency. (Refer to 3.27 Flag Options.)
REQUIRED FLAG SETTINGS TO USE FOREIGN CURRENCY FUNCTION
a) Set Flag 91 to 1 [= Enable to change the Key Layout (programmable keyboard)].
b) Set the following Flags according to your needs: Flag 94 through 101
PROGRAMMING FC EXCHANGE RATE
Key operation: (9) (n) (p) (x x x x x x x x)
PO
n: FC# (1-4)
p: Decimal Position of Exchanged Currency (0 to 3)
x: Number in the exchange rate (up to 8 digits)
Example: Assume programming the euro as FC1 in Britain, €1 = £0.6981
Operate (9) (1) (2) (0) (.) (6) (9) (8) (1)
PO
MODIFICATION OF KEY LAYOUT
It is necessary to modify the key layout to use FC function.
Key operation: (9) (xxx) (nnn)
xxx: Key position
nnn: New key code
RET
Example: Assume programming FC# key on lower right end of Flat K/B
(9) (1) (7) (9) (0) (6) (7)
RET
KEYBOARD LAYOUT POSITION NUMBER
Key code list
Key code
067
Function
FC#
068
FC1
069
FC2
070
FC3
071
FC4
Please refer to the keyboard layouts in 3.24 Programmable Keyboard.
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FLAG OPTIONS
3.27 FLAG OPTIONS
A TOTAL of 116 system programming options (known as FLAGS) are offered on this cash register. They
are preset at the factory to accommodate the most commonly used selections. Each flag option can be
changed or updated at any time as needed.
NOTE:Bold writing FLAGS have been factory preset as default settings. They only need to be
programmed if you wish to change any other option than those default settings.
TO PROGRAM A FLAG OPTIONS
Control Lock: P position
( FLAG # )
4 digits
Flag
Number
Option
No.
( Selected Option # )
VOID
.
1 digit
Description
1
0=
1=
2=
Year, month, date, in that order.
Month, date, year, in that order.
Date, month, year, in that order.
2
0=
1=
Display and print the time in 12 hour (AM/PM) format.
Display and print the time in 24 hour format.
3
0=
1=
2=
3=
0
0.0
0.00
0.000
4
Method For Multiplication & % Calculations
0 = Rounding down (0.1 to 0.9 becomes 0.0)
5 = Rounding (0.1 to 0.4 becomes 0.0, 0.5 to 0.9 becomes 1.0)
9 = Rounding up (0.1 to 0.9 becomes 1.0)
5
Rounding Method For Tax Calculations
0 = Rounding down (0.1 to 0.9 becomes 0.0)
5 = Rounding (0.1 to 0.4 becomes 0.0 and 0.5 to 0.9 becomes 1.0)
9 = Rounding up (0.1 to 0.9 becomes 1.0)
6
Rounding Position For Multiplication & % Calculations
0 = Select the first digit in the decimal to be rounded in percentage and
multiplication calculations.
1 = Select the last digit to be rounded in percentage multiplication calculations.
Decimal position for monetary system.
Decimal position for monetary system.
Decimal position for monetary system.
Decimal position for monetary system.
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FLAG OPTIONS
7
Rounding Position For Tax Calculations
0 = Select the first digit in the decimal to be rounded in tax calculations.
1 = Select the last digit in the decimal to be rounded in tax calculations.
8
0=
1=
First enter the quantity, and then enter the price.
First enter the price, and then enter the quantity.
9
0=
Do not automatically add the preset percentage for the +% key to the sales
amount.
Automatically add the preset percentage for the +% key to the sales amount.
1=
10
0=
1=
Print the department total sales amount as a net amount on the report: the
TOTAL amount including calculations made with the +% and -% keys.
Print the department total sales amount as a gross amount on the report: the
TOTAL amount not including calculations made with the +% and -% keys.
11
0=
1=
Print the department total sales amount as a net amount on the report; the
total amount including calculations made with the - key.
Print the department TOTAL sales amount as a gross amount on the report; the
total amount not including calculations made with the - key.
12
0=
1=
Print the number of transactions on the hourly report.
Print he number of items on the hourly report.
13
0=
Print a programmed commercial message on the header position on the
receipt.
Print a programmed commercial message on the trailer position on the receipt.
1=
14
0=
1=
15
0=
Print a programmed Date, time, Transaction # and Clerk Name at the end of
the receipt.
Print a programmed Date, Time, Transaction # and Clerk Name on the header
position of the receipt.
1=
Do not reset the transaction number (consecutive number) after issuing the
“Z” report.
Reset the transaction number (consecutive number) after issuing the “Z” report.
16
1=
Not Used
17
0=
1=
Do not reset the Clerk Password each time the position of the Control Lock is
changed.
Reset the Clerk Password each time the position of the Control Lock is changed.
18
0=
1=
Do not reset the Clerk Password after each sales transaction is finished.
Reset the Clerk Password after each sales transaction is finished.
19
0=
1=
Do not require a manager password when issuing an individual clerk report.
Require a manager password when issuing an individual clerk report.
20
0=
1=
The Grand total does not reset after a “Z” Reading.
The Grand total resets after a “Z” Reading.
21
0=
Tax amount will print before the sales total on the sales receipt.
1=
Tax amount will print after the sales total on the sales receipt.
Lines Feed Count After Receipt Issue
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FLAG OPTIONS
22
0=
0 Line
1=
2=
3=
4=
5=
6=
7=
8=
9=
1 Line
2 Line
3 Line
4 Line
5 Line
6 Line
7 Line
8 Line
9 Line
23
0=
1=
Print the time on the receipt / journal.
Do not print the date on the journal at Registration mode.
24
0=
1=
Print the date on the receipt / journal at Registration mode.
Do not print the date on the receipt / journal at Registration mode.
25
0=
1=
Print “,” (comma) as punctuation symbol.
Print “.” (period) as punctuation symbol.
26
0=
1=
Disable to download the Graphic Logo through PC.
Enable to download the Graphic Logo through PC.
27
0=
1=
Print receipt after Finalized.
Print receipt after Registration.
28
0=
1=
Print journal after Finalized.
Print journal after Registration.
29
0=
1=
Print the transaction number (consecutive number) on the receipt / journal.
Do not print the transaction number (consecutive number) on the receipt / journal.
30
0=
1=
Print the item count on the receipt / journal.
Do not print the item count on the receipt / journal.
31
VAT Taxable Print
0 = Do not Print the Value Added Tax (VAT) on the receipt / journal.
1 = Print the Value Added Tax (VAT) on the receipt / journal.
32
VAT Tax Print
0 = Do not print the VAT separately for items which are taxable.
1 = Print the VAT separately for items which are taxable.
33
0=
1=
Do not print taxable amount on the receipt.
Print taxable amount on the receipt.
34
0=
1=
Print the summary tax amount of tax 1, 2, 3, 4.
Print the individual tax amount of tax 1, 2, 3, 4.
35
0=
1=
Print tax symbol on receipt.
Do not print tax symbol on receipt.
36
0=
1=
Do not print tax rate on receipt.
Print tax rate on receipt.
37
0=
1=
Print voided amounts on the reports.
Do not print voided amounts on the reports.
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FLAG OPTIONS
38
0=
Print the grand total amount on the reports.
1=
Do not print the grand total amount on the reports.
39
0=
1=
Print the total sales for departments on the reports.
Do not print the total sales for departments on the reports.
40
Non - Taxable total
0 = Print non-taxable total on reports.
1 = Do not print non-taxable total on reports.
41
42
Print In - Drawer
0 = Print cash amount and check in the drawer on the reports.
1 = Do not print cash amount and check in the drawer on the reports.
Skip Zero Sale Transaction On Reports
0 = Skip.
1 = Does not skip.
43
Skip Zero Sale PLUs On Reports
0 = Skip amounts equaling zero on financial reports.
1 = Does not skip amounts equaling zero on financial reports.
44
X1 Report #
0 = X1 Counter will print.
1 = X1 Counter will not print.
45
X2 Periodical Report #
0 = X2 Counter will print.
1 = X2 Counter will not print.
46
Z1 Report #
0=
1=
Z1 Counter will print.
Z1 Counter will not print.
47
Z2 Periodical Report #
0 = Z2 Counter will print.
1 = Z2 Counter will not print.
48
Print PLU #
0 = Print PLU #
1 = Do not print PLU #
49
Double Wide Character On Receipt
0 = Print double size character of transaction name on receipt.
1 = Print normal size character of transaction name on receipt.
50
0=
1=
Do not allow a duplicate “Z” report to print.
Allow a duplicate “Z” report to print.
51
0=
1=
Subtotal will print on sales receipts when # / NS key is depressed.
Subtotal will not print on sales receipts when # / NS key is depressed.
52
0=
1=
The Clerk Name will print on sales receipts.
The Clerk Name will not print on sales receipts.
53
0=
1=
Disable to change Clerk in transaction.
Enable to change Clerk in transaction.
56
FLAG OPTIONS
54
0=
1=
Price zero entry causes an error.
Price zero entry can be accepted.
55
0=
Do not require the amount received from a customer and the calculation of
the change.
Require the amount received from a customer to be registered.
Prohibit tendering.
1=
2=
56
0=
1=
Enable registering transactions which more than one media is received, for
example, cash and a check (split tendering).
Disable registering transactions which more than one media is received, for
example, cash and a check (split tendering).
57
0=
1=
Enable pressing the # / NS key immediately after entering numeric key.
Disable pressing the # / NS key immediately after entering numeric key.
58
0=
1=
Enable pressing just the # / NS key to open the cash drawer.
Disable pressing just the # / NS key to open the cash drawer.
59
0=
Enable the VOID
“R” mode.
Disable the VOID
mode.
1=
-
RET
RET
-% keys used as minus departments in the
-% keys used as minus departments in the “R”
60
0=
1=
Enable using RA
Disable using RA
61
0=
1=
Cash declaration is not compulsory before a “Z1” reading.
Cash declaration is compulsory before a “Z1” reading.
62
0=
1=
Disable issuing a second complete receipt after issuing the first one.
Enable issuing a second complete receipt by pressing the TTL key.
63
0=
1=
Enable issuing a stub receipt (printed TOTAL only).
Disable issuing a stub receipt.
64
0=
1=
Open the drawer when you press the CASH TEND key.
Do not open the drawer when you press the CASH TEND key.
65
0=
1=
Open the drawer when you press the CHECK STUB key.
Do not open the drawer when you press the CHECK STUB key.
66
0=
1=
Open the drawer when you press the CHRG key.
Do not open the drawer when you press the CHRG key.
67
0=
1=
Open the drawer when you press the CARD 1 key.
Do not open the drawer when you press the CARD 1 key.
68
0=
1=
Open the drawer when you press the CARD 2 key.
Do not open the drawer when you press the CARD 2 key.
69
0=
1=
Make a key stroke sound.
Do not make a key stroke sound.
70
0=
1=
Enable reports for training.
Disable reports for training.
71
0=
1=
Print on journal at Training Mode.
Do not print on journal at Training Mode.
PO
PO
key in the “R” (Register) position.
key in the “R” (Register) position.
57
FLAG OPTIONS
72
0=
1=
Transaction Counter does not count up while in the Training Mode.
Transaction Counter does count up while in the Training Mode.
SI/O 1 ( COMA )
Chosen option numbers of Flag # 73 and # 77 must be different each other.
73
SI/O 1 Peripheral
0 = Barcode Scanner
1 = PC
74
SI/O 1 Parity Check
0 = No
1 = Odd
2 = Even
75
76
Baud Rate
0 = 9600 bps
1 = 19200 bps
SI/O 1 Data Length
0 = 7 - bit
1 = 8 - bit
SIO 2 ( COMB )
Chosen option numbers of Flag #73 and #77 must be different each other.
77
SI/O 2 Peripheral
0 = Barcode Scanner
1 = PC
78
SI/O 2 Parity Check
0 = No
1 = Odd
2 = Even
79
Baud Rate
0 = 9600 bps
1 = 19200 bps
80
SI/O 2 Data Length
0 = 7 - bit
1 = 8 - bit
81
Language of Program & X / Z Report Title
0=
English Mode
4=
Dutch
1 = Spanish Mode
5=
Danish
2 = French Mode
6=
Portuguese
3 = German Mode
7=
Swedish
Canadian Tax System
82
Canadian Tax System
0 = Not
1 = Canadian Tax System
83
Tax exempt amount
0 = Net
1 = Gross
58
FLAG OPTIONS
84
Add tax 2 to tax 1
0 = Yes
1 = No
85
Add tax 3 to tax 1
0 = Yes
1 = No
86
Add tax 4 to tax 1
0 = Yes
1 = No
Food Stamp for USA
87
Enable Food Stamp Function
0 = No
1 = Yes
88
Food Stamp Account
0 = Food Stamp
1 = Debit (Food stamp account less than $ available)
89
Food Stamp
0 = Non Taxable
1 = Taxable
HASH
90
0=
1=
Not add Hash All Transaction.
Add Hash on All Transaction.
91
0=
Program change of the key layout is ineffective.
1=
Enable to change the Key Layout.(Programmable Keyboard)
0=
An error occurs, at registration, if an ineffective code number included “00”
1=
code is set up on a key.
Nothing occurs, at registration, if an ineffective code number included “00” code is
set up on a key.
0=
Do not need to close the Drawer before registration.
1=
Closed Drawer Compulsory before registration.
92
93
Foreign Currency
94
0=
Exchange Rate: Foreign Currency / Local Currency (Example in UK:€1=
£0.6981)
95
96
97
98
1=
Exchange Rate: Local Currency / Foreign Currency (Example: £1 = €1.42324)
0=
Change is given to customers in Local Currency.
1=
Change is given to customers in FC1 (=Foreign Currency 1)
0=
In the last line of receipt, do not print the exchange rate of FC1.
1=
In the last line of receipt, print the exchange rate.
0=
Do not print the exchanged amount to FC1 per item.
1=
Print the exchanged amount to FC1 per item.
0=
Do not print the total amount in FC1 on receipts.
1=
Print the total amount in FC1 on receipts.
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FLAG OPTIONS
99
100
101
0=
Do not print the tax amount exchanged to FC1.
1=
Print the tax amount exchanged to FC1.
0=
Do not print the exchanged amounts to FC1 on reports
1=
Print the exchanged amounts to FC1 on reports.
0=
Use ‘FC2’ and ‘FC3’ as is.
1=
Use ‘FC2’ as ‘FC1 CHK,’ and ‘FC3’ as ‘FC1 CHRG.’
NOTE: If 0 is selected, Check and Charge for Foreign Currency cannot be used,
and FC2 and FC3 can be used.
If 1 is selected, Check of FC1 is reported as FC2 sales and Charge of FC1 is
reported as FC3 sales.
Gross Amount in Reports
102
103
0=
Print the gross totals in reports.
1=
Do not print the gross totals in reports.
0=
To NRGT (=Non- Re-settable Grand Total), add net sales total.
1=
To NRGT, add gross sales total.
e Marking
104
0 = Used as standard code
1 = Type 1: 02AAAAASPPPPC
2 = Type 2: 02AAAASPPPPPC
3 = Type 3: 02AAAAAPPPPPC
NOTE: A & X: PLU
105
0=
1=
2=
3=
4=
P: Unit price S: Check test C: Check digit
Used as standard code
Type 4: 2XAAAAASPPPPC
Type 5: 2XAAAASPPPPPC
Type 6: 2XAAAAAPPPPPC
Type 7: 2XAAAAPPPPPPC
NOTE: A & X: PLU
P: Unit price S: Check test C: Check digit
Prohibition of using Automatic PLU Programming Function
106
0=
1=
Enable to use Automatic PLU Programming Function.
Disable to use Automatic PLU Programming Function
Commercial Message
107
0=
Enable to print commercial messages on the receipt in R Control Lock key
position only.
1=
Enable to print commercial messages on the receipt in any Control Lock key
position.
108
0=
Disable to print commercial message on the journal.
1=
Enable to print commercial message on the journal.
60
FLAG OPTIONS
Amount received by charge/card
0 = Disable entering an amount received from a customer by Charge/Card which is
more than the total amount.
109
1 = Enable entering an amount received from a customer by Charge/Card which is more
than the total amount.
111
0 = Disable Cash Declaration at X-position
1 = To make the cash declaration at X compulsory.
112
0= Disable PLU shift function
The page article is only valid only one time, the CLR key or the key Page
permit to come back in page 1
1= Enable PLU shift function
Remain so much on the selected page that one doesn't change a page article.
Even after payment one remains in page 2.
2= Enable PLU shift function
Remain so much on the selected page that one doesn't change a page article.
Even after payment one remains in page 1.
113
0=
1=
114
115
116
No details (items) will print on journal, but the total only will print on Journal
after each transaction.
To print Total only (when this flag is set, the Flag 28 which prints items on the
journal drawing registration will be neglected)
To read French magazine code (starting with 378)
378 CCCCCAAAAD
378: magazine code
CCCCC: kind of magazine (to be neglected)
AAAA: amount (to be neglected)
D: check digit
NOTE: The magazines will be always read as PLU 8000(fixed). Please set the link
department for the PLU 8000 to a magazines department.
Repeat entry of Dept/PLU prohibit
0= Repeat entry allowed
1= Not to repeat
Amount tender function
1= pressing amount tender key will automatically cash off the sale.
Key codes
072
$ 5.00
073
$10.00
074
$20.00
075
$50.00
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PROGRAM CONFIRMATION LIST
3.28 PROGRAM CONFIRMATION LIST
The Program Confirmation Report allows you to check your programming results.
A BASIC PRESET PROGRAM LIST
Control Lock: P position
9
9
9
9
9
9
CASH TEND
The following illustrates the Program Confirmation List.
************************
YOUR RECEIPT
Thank You
Call again
************************
BASIC PRESET
FLAG OP
1-10 2025000000
11-20 0000010000
21-30 0000000000
31-40 0000000000
41-50 0000000000
51-60 0000000000
61-70 0000000000
71-80 0012010200
81-90 0000000000
91-100 1000000000
101-110 0000000000
111-116 0000000000
FLAG OPTIONS
101-110 010000
111-120 010000
TAX RATE
TAX-1
TAX-2
TAX-3
COUPON FLAG
& COUPON AMOUNT
MINUS % FLAG SETTING
& MINUS % DISCOUNT
PLUS % FLAG SETTING
&
PLUS % DISCOUNT
TRANSACTION NUMBER
MACHINE #
ROUNDING
TAX-4
COUPON F
COUPON
-% F
-%
+% F
+%
CSCN
MCNO
ROUND
X1CNT
X2CNT
Z1CNT
Z2CNT
PROGRAM
REPORT
NRGT
TRAINING
REPORT COUNTERS
PROGRAM PASSWORD
REPORT PASSWORD
GRAND TOTAL
TRAINING
62
0
0.0000%
@0.00
0
0.0000%
@0.00
0
0.0000%
@0.00
0
0.0000%
@0.00
0000
0.00
00
0.00%
00
0.00%
0001
0000
0000
0001
0001
0001
0001
0000
0000
0.00
0000
PROGRAM CONFIRMATION LIST
LOGO
LINE 5
LOGO
1
************************
LOGO
2
YOUR RECEIPT
LOGO
3
Thank You
Logo
4
Call Again
Logo
5
************************
Logo
6
Logo
7
Logo
8
Logo
9
MESSAGE
LINE 0
MESSAGE
1
# OF LOGO LINE
PROGRAMMED
1st LOGO LINE
2nd LOGO LINE
3rd LOGO LINE
4th LOGO LINE
5th LOGO LINE
.
.
.
9th LOGO LINE
# OF MESSAGE LINE
MESSAGE
2
MESSAGE
3
MESSAGE
4
MESSAGE
5
MESSAGE
6
MESSAGE
7
MESSAGE
8
MESSAGE
SCR TBM 1
SCR TBM 2
SCR TBM 3
SCR TBM 4
T DISPLY
9
1-9 MESSAGE LINES
NOTE: Printing can be stopped by pressing the
RF or JF key. The rest of printing is
canceled.
SCROLL
MESSAGE #1-4
01
10
10
10
2
SCR FLAG
0
SCR SPD
2
SCR1 CLOSED, NEXT REGIS
DISPLAY TIME
TIME DISPLAY
SCROLL FLAG
SCROLL SPEED
TER PLEASE
SCR2
PLEASE WAIT
SCR3
PLEASE TAKE YOUR R
ECEIPT
SCROLL MESSAGE
#1-5
SCR4
GOOD MORNING
SCR5
GOOD AFTERNOON
HOLDTIME
HOLD TIMER
AGE TABLE
#1-3
DRAWER OPEN
00
AGE TBL
1
00
AGE TBL
2
00
AGE TBL
3
00
DW OPEN
00
CASHLIFT
CASH LIFT
PLU # SCAN
0.00
PLU#SCAN
FOREIGN CURRENCY
63
0000
FC1
0
0
FC2
0
0
PROGRAM CONFIRMATION LIST
A CLERK CONFIRMATION LIST
Control Lock: P position
ENT RLS
Î
CLK ID.
Important: A Clerk Reading must be closed out in the "Z" position.
CLERK NUMBER
CLERK NAME
CLERK PRESET
CLERK 01
1111
TOM
CLERK 02
2222
JOAN
CLERK 03
3333
MARY
CLERK 04
4444
JOE
CLERK 05
0005
CLERK05
CLERK 06
0006
CLERK06
CLERK 07
0007
CLERK07
CLERK 08
0008
CLERK08
CLERK 09
0009
CLERK09
CLERK 10
0010
CLERK10
CLERK 11
0011
CLERK11
CLERK 12
0012
CLERK12
CLERK 13
0013
CLERK13
64
CLERK PASSWORD
PROGRAM CONFIRMATION LIST
A DEPARTMENT CONFIRMATION LIST
Control Lock: P position
ENT RLS
DPT#.
Î
DEPARTMENT NAME
DEPARTMENT NUMBER
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
DEPT PRESET
DEPT01
PRICE
1.99
FLAG
000000001
DEPT02
PRICE
2.50
FLAG
000000000
DEPT03
PRICE
3.00
FLAG
000000001
DEPT04
PRICE
0.00
FLAG
000000000
DEPT05
PRICE
0.00
FLAG
000000000
DEPT06
PRICE
0.00
FLAG
000000000
DEPT07
PRICE
0.00
FLAG
000000000
DEPT08
PRICE
0.00
FLAG
000000000
DEPT09
PRICE
0.00
FLAG
000000000
DEPT10
PRICE
0.00
FLAG
000000000
65
NOTE: If a description has been
programmed, the name will
print instead of the Dept. #
PRE-SET PRICE
DEPARTMENT FLAG OPTIONS
PROGRAM CONFIRMATION LIST
A PLU CONFIRMATION LIST
Control Lock: P position
ENT RLS
PLU.
Î
The following illustrates the PLU Confirmation Report.
The figures shown in this example are randomly chosen:
PLU PRESET
1
PLU NUMBER
0001
APPLE
PRICE
LINK#
PLU CODE NUMBER
PLU DESCRIPTION
PLU PRICE
LINKED TO DEPT1
1.99
01
2
0002
MILK
PRICE
LINK#
2.50
02
3
0003
BREAD
PRICE
LINK#
3.99
03
4
0004
PLU 0004
PRICE
LINK#
0.01
01
A PLU RANGE LIST
Control Lock: P position
( PLU # )
ENT RLS
( PLU End # )
Î
1 - 8000
1 – 8000 (4 digits)
A TRANSACTION WORDS CONFIRMATION LIST
Control Lock: P position
ENT RLS
Î
CHECK STUB
A KEY LOCATION CONFIRMATION LIST
Control Lock: P position
ENT RLS
Î
66
RET
.
PLU
.
TRANSACTION EXAMPLES FOR OPERATING THE CASH REGISTER
4. THE CASH REGISTER OPERATION
1) SAMPLE RECEIPT
Control Lock: R position
The sample receipt below illustrates general transaction information you will see printed on a receipt:
TAX RATE APPLIED
DEPARTMENT #
QUANTITY SOLD
CASH TENDERED
DATE
MACHINE NUMBER
(IF PROGRAMMED)
CLERK NAME
DEPT01 Ⅰ
DEPT02
SUB-TOTAL
ITEM CT
TAX
TOTAL
CASH TD
CHANGE
24-10-2005
MC #:0012
CLERK01
1.00
2.99
3.99
2
0.06
4.05
10.00
5.95
PM 03:49
000002
TIME
TRANSACTION #
2) TRANSACTION SYMBOLS: The following symbols will appear on transaction receipts:
Name or
No. 1 to No. 40:
Drawer
CASH:
CHECK:
CHARGE:
SUB-TOTAL:
TOTAL:
CHANGE:
Q:
@:
Ⅰ:
Ⅱ:
N:
CASH TD:
-%:
+%:
1 through 40 Clerks
NO SALE:
No-Sale Function or Open Cash
Cash Transaction TOTAL
indicates when #/NS is pressed.
Check Transaction TOTAL
VOID: Void
Charge Transaction TOTAL
RETURN: Return (Refund)
SubTOTAL (Excludes Tax)
COUPON: Prints When the [ - ]
TOTAL of Sale
R/A: Received on Account
Change
P/O: Paid Out
Number of Items Being Multiplied
ITEM CT: Quantity of Items Sold
Dollar Amount Being Multiplied
Tax 1 Rate Applied to a Sale
Tax 2 Rate Applied to a Sale
Number of Transactions X or Z Report
Amount Tendered
Minus Percent Discount
Plus Percent
67
TRANSACTION EXAMPLES FOR OPERATING THE CASH REGISTER
3) THE CASH REGISTER OPERATION
1:
CASH SALE WITHOUT TENDERING CHANGE
- (Ring up a $1.00 item in Department 1):
1
2:
0
DPT1
Î
Î
#/NS SUB
Î
TTL
DEPT01 Ⅰ
SUB-TOTAL
ITEM CT
TAX
CASH
CASH TEND
Î
1.00
1.00
1
0.06
1.06
CASH SALE WITH TENDERING CHANGE
- (Ring up a $1.00 item in Department 1 and compute change from $5.00 cash tendered):
1
0
0
Î DPT1
Î
#/NS SUB
Î
TTL
Î
3:
0
5
0
.
0
Î
CASH TEND.
DEPT01 Ⅰ
SUB-TOTAL
ITEM CT
TAX
TOTAL
CASH TD
CHANGE
1.00
1.00
1
0.06
1.06
5.00
3.94
USING THE DPT# KEY AND TENDERING CHANGE
- (Ring up a $1.00 item in Department 1, $2.00 in Department 2 and $3.00 in Department 21
and compute change from $10.00 cash tendered):
1
0
0
Î DPT1
Î
2
0
0
Î DPT2
Î
3
0
0
Î ENT RLS
Î
2
1
Î
1
0
Î DPT# Î
0
0
Î
TTL
CASH TEND.
68
DEPT01 Ⅰ
DEPT02
DEPT21
ITEM CT
TAX
TOTAL
CASH TD
CHANGE
1.00
2.00
3.00
3
0.06
6.06
10.00
3.94
TRANSACTION EXAMPLES FOR OPERATING THE CASH REGISTER
4:
5:
CHARGE SALE
- (Ring up a $1.00 item in Department 1 and finalize the sale with the CHARGE key):
1
0
0
Î
CHRG
Î
DPT1
DEPT01 Ⅰ
ITEM CT
TAX
CHARGE
1.00
1
0.06
1.06
CHECK SALE
- (Ring up a $1.00 item in Department 1 and finalize the sale with the CHECK key):
1
0
0
Î
CHECK STUB
Î
DEPT01
ITEM CT
TAX
CHECK
DPT1
1.00
1
0.06
1.06
when needing change with the Check key, enter the amount of
the check before pressing the Check key.
6:
SPLIT TENDERING SALE
- (Ring up a $15.00 item in Department 1, split the TOTAL of the sale between $5.00 in cash
payment and $10.90 in charge payment):
1
5
0
Î
TTL
Î
5
Î
CHRG.
0
0
0
Î DPT1
Î
CASH TEND.
DEPT01 Ⅰ
ITEM CT
TAX
TOTAL
CASH TD
CHARGE
15.00
1
0.90
15.90
5.00
10.90
NOTE: In using the Split Tendering function, the amount in cash must always be registered first.
Split Tendering can also be finalized with the Check key.
7:
NO-SALE FUNCTION
- (Used primarily to open the drawer is without ringing up a sale. For example, to give change):
# / NS
NOSALE
0#
NOTE: The number of times the No-Sale key will be monitored on the Management Reports.
69
TRANSACTION EXAMPLES FOR OPERATING THE CASH REGISTER
8:
REGISTERING A REFERENCE NUMBER
- (Used to print a number, up to 8 digits, to identify an invoice number, credit card number or
any other number on receipts. Ring up the number 12345678 in a standard sale):
1
2
3
4
# / NS Î
Î
Î DPT1 Î
5
1
6
0
7
8
DEPT01 Ⅰ
ITEM CT
TAX
CASH
0
CASH TEND.
12345678#
1.00
1
0.06
1.06
NOTE: The use of the reference number is not in any activity counter or sales totals on the
Management Reports.
9:
MULTIPLYING BY A FRACTION
- (Multiply the quantity of 1.25, i.e., 1¼ yards of fabric at $1.00 in Department 1):
1
.
2
5
X / TIME
Î
NOTE: When multiplying by a fraction it is necessary to
use the decimal point.
Î
1
0
0
Î
CASH TEND.
1.25Q
DEPT01 Ⅰ
ITEM CT
TAX
CASH
@1.00
1.25
1.25
0.07
1.32
DPT1
Î
NOTE: The range of numbers from .01 to 9999.99 can be used when ringing up the quantity of
an item.
10:
MULTIPLICATION SALE
- (Ring up a $1.00 item 3 times in Department 1):
3
Î
X / TIME
Î DPT1
Î
Î
1
0
0
CASH TEND
NOTE: The range of numbers from .01 to 9999.99 can be
used when ringing up the quantity of an item.
70
3Q
DEPT01 Ⅰ
ITEM CT
TAX
CASH
@1.00
3.00
3
0.18
3.18
TRANSACTION EXAMPLES FOR OPERATING THE CASH REGISTER
11:
REGISTERING A DEPARTMENT UNIT PRICE
- (Assume Department 1 is pre-programmed for $1.00.Ring up this price):
DPT1
12:
1.00
1
0.06
1.06
Î
X / TIME
Î
CASH TEND
Î
3Q
DEPT01 Ⅰ
ITEM CT
TAX
CASH
DPT1
@1.00
3.00
3
0.18
3.18
DEPARTMENT
- (Assume the DEPT 99 is preset for the price of $1.00. Ring up the DEPT # 99):
9
Î
14:
DEPT01 Ⅰ
ITEM CT
TAX
CASH
.
MULTIPLICATION OF A DEPARTMENT UNIT PRICE
- (Assume the Department 1 key is pre-programmed for $1.00. Ring up this price three times):
3
13:
CASH TEND
Î
9
DPT#
Î
.
DEPT99
ITEM CT
CASH
CASH TEND
1.00
1
1.00
RECEIVED-ON-ACCOUNT SALE
- ("Indicates money put in the cash drawer." Ring up $50.00 to show the beginning cash-indrawer amount for the day):
5
00
0
Î
CASH TEND.
Î
R/A
R/A CA
RA
50.00
50.00
NOTE: A Received-On-Account Sale can also be finalized with the CHECK key. This function
can not be performed in the middle of a sales transaction.
15:
PAID-OUT SALE
- (Indicates money taken out of the cash drawer." Ring up $10.00 to show money paid out of
the cash drawer):
1
0
0
0
Î
CASH TEND
Î
P/O
P/O CA
PO
71
10.00
10.00
TRANSACTION EXAMPLES FOR OPERATING THE CASH REGISTER
NOTE: A Paid-Out sale can also be finalized with the CHRG and CHECK STUB keys.
This function cannot be performed in the middle of a sales transaction.
16:
RETURN SALE
- (Refund a $1.00 item in Department 1 and refund a $1.50 item three times in Department 1):
RET
Î
Î
1
0
0
Î
DPT1
RET
Î
3
Î
X / TIME
Î
1
5
0
Î
DPT1
Î
CASH TEND
RETURN
DEPT01 Ⅰ
1.00
RETURN
3Q
@1.50
DEPT01 Ⅰ
4.50
ITEM CT
0
TAX
-0.33
CASH
-5.83
NOTE: The Return function can be performed in the middle of a sales transaction or by itself in a
transaction.
17: MINUS [ - ] SALE:
There are various versions of ringing up a Minus [ - ] sale. Based on the option selected for the flag settings,
choose the example below which best serves your needs:
VERSION 1: In the following three examples, the flag settings for the Minus [ - ] key are programmed for
all "0".
a. If no tax is programmed in your cash register, ring up
a $1.00 item in Department 2 and then deduct the 20¢
coupon:
DEPT02
1.00
COUPON N
0.20
1
0
0
Î DPT2
ITEM CT
1
CASH
0.80
Î
2
0
Î
-.
Î
b.
CASH TEND.
If you want to charge the tax rate on the original amount
of an item (the amount before the coupon is deducted),
ring up a $1.00 item in Department 1 (programmed for
Tax 1 - 6%), press #NS SUB and then deduct the
20¢ coupon:
1
0
0
Î
#/NS SUB
Î
2
Î
CASH TEND.
0
Î
DEPT01 Ⅰ
SUB-TOTAL
1.00
COUPON G
ITEM CT
TAX
CASH
DPT1
.
Î
-.
72
1.00
0.20
1
0.06
0.86
TRANSACTION EXAMPLES FOR OPERATING THE CASH REGISTER
c.
If you want to charge the tax rate on the discounted
amount of an item (the amount after the coupon is
deducted), ring up a $1.00 item in Department 1 and
then deduct the 20¢ coupon:
1
0
0
Î
2
Î
CASH TEND.
0
Î DPT1
Î
-.
DEPT01 Ⅰ
COUPON N Ⅰ
ITEM CT
TAX
CASH
1.00
0.20
1
0.04
0.84
18: MINUS PERCENTAGE DISCOUNT SALE:
There are various versions of ringing up a Minus Percentage Discount sale based on the option selected for
the flag settings. Choose the example below which best serves your needs:
VERSION 1: In the following two examples, the flag settings for the Minus Percentage Discount Key are
programmed for all "0":
a. If no tax is programmed in your cash register, ring up a
$1.00 item in Department 2 and apply a pre-programmed
DEPT02
1.00
discount rate of 10%:
10 -%N
0.10
1
0
0
Î
DPT 2
Î
-%.
ITEM CT
CASH
1
0.90
If the Minus Percentage Discount Rate is NOT programmed,
type in the discount rate before pressing the -% key.
Î CASH TEND.
b.
If you want to charge the tax rate on the discounted amount of an item (the amount after the
percentage discount is deducted), ring up a $1.00 item in
DEPT01 Ⅰ
1.00
Department 1 and apply a pre-programmed discount
10
-%N
0.10
rate of 10%:
ITEM CT
1
TAX
0.05
1
0
0
Î DPT1
Î
-%.
CASH
0.95
If the Minus Percentage Discount Rate is NOT pre-programmed,
type in the discount rate before pressing the -% key.
Î
CASH TEND.
VERSION 2: In the following example, the flag settings for the Minus Percentage Discount Key are
programmed for "10%".
If you want to charge the tax rate on the original amount
of an item (the amount before the percentage discount is
DEPT01 Ⅰ
1.00
deducted), ring up a $1.00 item in Department 1 and apply
SUB-TOTAL
1.00
a pre-programmed discount rate of 10%:
10 -%G
0.10
1
Î
0
0
Î DPT1 Î
#/NS SUB. .
-%.
73
ITEM CT
TAX
CASH
1
0.05
0.95
TRANSACTION EXAMPLES FOR OPERATING THE CASH REGISTER
If the Minus Percentage Discount Rate is NOT pre-programmed,
type in the discount rate before pressing the -% key.
CASH TEND.
Î
19: PLUS PERCENTAGE SALE:
There are various methods of ringing up a Plus Percentage Sale based on the option selected for the flag
settings. Choose the example below which best serves your needs:
VERSION 1: In the following two examples, the flag settings for the Plus Percentage are programmed for
all "0":
a.
If no tax is programmed in your cash register, ring up a
$1.00 item in Department 2 and apply a pre-programmed
Plus Percentage Rate of 10%:
DEPT02
1.00
0.10
10 +%N
1
0
0
Î
DPT2
Î
ITEM CT
CASH
+%
1
1.10
.
If the Plus Percentage Rate is NOT pre-programmed,
type in the plus percentage rate before pressing the +% key.
Î
b.
CASH TEND .
If you want to charge the tax rate on the amount after
the Plus Percentage is added, ring up a $1.00 item in
Department 1 and apply a pre-programmed Plus Percentage
Rate of 10%:
1
0
0
Î
DPT1 Î
+%
DEPT01 Ⅰ
10 +%N
ITEM CT
TAX
CASH
1.00
0.10
1
0.06
1.16
.
If the Plus Percentage Rate is NOT pre-programmed,
type in the Plus Percentage Rate before pressing the +% key.
Î
CASH TEND .
VERSION 2: In the following example, the flag settings for the Plus Percentage Key are programmed for
"100":
If you want to charge the tax rate on the original amount
of an item (the amount before the Plus Percentage is
added), ring up a $1.00 item in Department 1 and apply a
DEPT01 Ⅰ
1.00
pre-programmed Plus Percentage Rate of 10%:
SUB-TOTAL
1.00
1
0
0
Î DPT1
10 +%G
0.10
ITEM CT
1
0.06
TAX
Î #/NS SUB Î +%
74
TRANSACTION EXAMPLES FOR OPERATING THE CASH REGISTER
If the Plus Percentage Rate is NOT pre-programmed,
type in the plus percentage rate before pressing the +% key.
Î
20:
CASH TEND
USE OF THE ERROR-CORRECT EC KEY:
Corrects the last entry rung up during a sale Ring up
a $1.00 item in Department 1, then use the EC key to
cancel this entry and ring up a $10.00 item in Department 1
to register a new entry:
1
0
0
Î
0
0
DPT1
Î
EC
Î
1
Î
CASH TEND .
0
DPT1
Î
21: VOIDING A SALE
- (Void a $1.00 item in Department 1):
1
Î
22:
0
DPT1
VOID.
Î
Î
-VOIDDEPT01 Ⅰ
1.00
ITEM CT
-1
TAX
-0.06
CASH
-1.06
CASH TEND .
VOIDING A MULTIPLICATION SALE
- (Void a $1.00 item in Department 1 three times):
3
23:
0
DEPT01 Ⅰ
1.00
-VOIDDEPT01 Ⅰ
1.00
DEPT01 Ⅰ
10.00
ITEM CT
1
TAX
0.60
CASH
10.60
X / TIME
Î
Î
VOID
Î
CASH TEND
Î
1
0
0
Î DPT1
-VOID3Q
DEPT01 Ⅰ
ITEM CT
TAX
CASH
@1.00
3.00
-3
-0.18
-3.18
VOIDING A MINUS [ - ] SALE
- (Void a $1.00 item in Department 1, void a 20¢ coupon):
1
0
0
Î
VOID
Î DPT1
-VOIDDEPT01 Ⅰ
Î
2
0
Î VOID
Î
CASH TEND
Î
-
-VOIDCOUPON N Ⅰ
ITEM CT
TAX
CASH
75
1.00
0.20
-1
-0.04
-0.84
TRANSACTION EXAMPLES FOR OPERATING THE CASH REGISTER
24:
VOIDING A MINUS PERCENTAGE DISCOUNT SALE
- (Void a $1.00 item in Department 1 and void a pre-programmed Minus Percentage Discount
Rate of 10%):
1
0
0
VOID
Î
Î DPT1
-VOIDDEPT01 Ⅰ
Î
-%
10 -%N
If the Minus Percentage Discount Rate is not pre-programmed, ITEM CT
type in the discount rate before pressing the -% key.
TAX
CASH
Î
CASH TEND
25:
1.00
-0.10
-1
-0.05
-0.95
VOIDING A PLUS PERCENTAGE SALE
- (Void a $1.00 item in Department 1 and void a
pre-programmed Plus Percentage Rate of 10%):
1
0
0
VOID
Î
Î DPT1 .
Î +%
If the Plus Percentage Discount Rate is not
pre-programmed, type in the discount rate before
pressing the +% key.
Î
-VOIDDEPT01 Ⅰ
10 +%N
ITEM CT
TAX
CASH
1.00
-0.10
-1
-0.06
-1.16
CASH TEND
26:
VOIDING A DEPARTMENT PRESET PRICE
- (Assume Department 1 is programmed for the price of $1.00 and Department 2 is
programmed for the price of $2.00. Ring up Department 1 and Department 2 prices, then
void the Department 1 entry):
DEPT01 Ⅰ
1.00
DEPT02
2.00
DPT1 Î DPT2
-VOIDDEPT01 Ⅰ
1.00
Î
1
0
0
Î VOID Î DPT1
ITEM CT
1
CASH
2.00
Î
CASH TEND
27:
VOIDING MULTIPLICATION OF A DEPARTMENT PRESET PRICE
- (Assume Department 1 is programmed for the price of $1.00 and Department 2 is
programmed for the price of $2.00. Ring up Department 1 three times and Department 2
two times, then void the Department 1 entry rung up three times):
3
Î
Î
2
Î
3
Î
X / TIME
Î
VOID
Î
DPT1
Î
X / TIME
Î
Î DPT1
X / TIME
Î DPT2
CASH TEND
76
3Q
DEPT01 Ⅰ
2Q
DEPT02
-VOID3Q
DEPT01 Ⅰ
ITEM CT
CASH
@1.00
3.00
@2.00
4.00
@1.00
3.00
2
4.00
TRANSACTION EXAMPLES FOR OPERATING THE CASH REGISTER
28:
VOIDING A DEPARTMENT PRESET PRICE WITH A MINUS PERCENTAGE DISCOUNT
- (Assume Department 1 is programmed for $1.00, Department 2 is programmed for $2.00,
and the [-%] key is pre-programmed for 10%. Ring up Department 1 and deduct 10%, ring up
Department 2 and deduct 10%, then void the Department 1 entry with the 10% discount):
DPT1 Î
DPT 2
Î
0
DPT1
Î
VOID
Î
-%
Î
1.00
0.10
2.00
0.20
1.00
-0.10
1.80
VOIDING A DEPARTMENT PRESET PRICE WITH A MINUS [ - ]
- (Assume Department 1 is programmed for $1.00 and Department 2 is programmed for $2.00.
Ring up Department 1 and deduct 20¢, ring up Department 2 and deduct 20¢, then void the
Department 1 entry with the 20¢ coupon discount):
DPT1 Î
Î
31:
0
DEPT01 Ⅰ
10 -%N
DEPT02
10 -%N
-VOIDDEPT01 Ⅰ
10 -%N
CASH
CASH TEND .
Î
30:
-%
Î
1
Î
29:
-%
2
DPT2
0
Î
- .
2
0
Î
Î
Î
1
0
0
Î
2
0
Î
Î
CASH TEND
-
Î VOID Î DPT1
VOID
-
Î
DEPT01 Ⅰ
COUPON N Ⅰ
DEPT02
COUPON N
-VOIDDEPT01 Ⅰ
-VOIDCOUPON N Ⅰ
ITEM CT
CASH
1.00
0.20
2.00
0.20
1.00
0.20
1
1.80
CANCEL KEY OPERATION
-(Ring up a $15.00 item in Department 1, ring up a $20.00 item in Department 2.
Used to cancel the whole transaction that has been rung up).
No receipt is issued.
1
5
00
Î DPT1
Î
2
0
00
Î
CANCEL
Î DPT2
.
PLU SALE
- (Assume the PLU # is preset for the price of $1.00 in Department 1. Ring up the PLU #1):
1
Î
PLU Î
CASH TEND .
or
PLU 1
Î
CASH TEND .
77
PLU 0001 I
ITEM CT
TAX
CASH
1.00
1
0.06
1.06
TRANSACTION EXAMPLES FOR OPERATING THE CASH REGISTER
NOTE1: PLUs follow the same procedure for ringing up Coupons, Refunds, Minus Percentage
Discounts, Plus Percentages, etc. as described throughout the section for Transaction
For Examples Operating ECR.
NOTE2: Temporarily overriding a PLU PRICE: If you would like to enter a different price than what
is programmed into a PLU # :
(DESIRED PRICE) Î ENT RLS
Î ( PLU # ) Î PLU
NOTE3: Price Check Function
The function to display (not to register) the amount of PLU that is not known. It is
possible by setting up the key for the function (= the PRICE key) in the keyboard, and
after pressing the key at R position, the price can be displayed by scanning the barcode
with the barcode reader.
PRICE
Î ( Read “Bar Code” ) Î ( Display the Price )
If needed, the PRICE key will be programmed on the keyboard.
32:
VOIDING A PLU SALE
- (Assume PLU #1 is preset for the price of $1.00 in Department 1.Void PLU #1):
1
Î
VOID
Î PLU Î
CASH TEND
or
VOID
33:
Î PLU 1 Î
CASH TEND
-VOIDPLU 0001 Ⅰ
1.00
ITEM CT
-1
TAX
-0.06
CASH
-1.06
VOIDING A PLU MULTIPLICATION SALE
- (Assume PLU #1 is preset for the price of $1.00 in Department 1. Void PLU #1 three times):
VOID
3
Î
1
Î
Î
Î
PLU
X / TIME
Î CASH TEND
or
VOID
Î
Î
PLU 1
X / TIME
Î
-VOID3Q
@1.00
PLU 0001 Ⅰ
3.00
ITEM CT
-3
TAX
-0.18
CASH
-3.18
3
Î CASH TEND
NOTE:If the barcode cannot be scanned by the barcode reader by some reason, you can enter the
barcode number by depressing the numeric keys and PLU key on the keyboard as follows.
Within 14 digits of Barcode Number Î
PLU
78
TRANSACTION EXAMPLES FOR OPERATING THE CASH REGISTER
34:
VOIDING A PLU SALE WITH A MINUS [ - ]
- (Assume PLU #1 is preset for the price of $1.00 in Department 1 and deduct a 20¢ coupon.
Void this entry):
1
Î
- or -
VOID
VOID
Î
35:
VOID Î PLU Î
Î
2
Î
Î
0
-
0
CASH TEND
Î
PLU 1
Î
2
VOID
Î
-
Î
CASH TEND.
VOIDING A PLU SALE WITH A MINUS PERCENTAGE DISCOUNT
- (Assume PLU #1 is preset for the price of $1.00 in Department 1 and the -% key is preprogrammed for 10%. Ring up PLU #1, deduct 10%, then void this entry):
PLU 1
Î
-%
CASH TEND
Î
If the Minus Percentage Discount Rate is NOT
preprogrammed, type in the discount rate before pressing
the -% key.
VOID
36:
Î
PLU 1
Î
-%
Î
-VOIDPLU 0001 Ⅰ
1.00
10 -%N
-0.10
ITEM CT
-1
TAX
-0.05
CASH
-0.95
CASH TEND.
VOIDING A PLU SALE WITH A PLUS PERCENTAGE RATE
- (Assume PLU #1 is preset for the price of $1.00 in Department 1 and the
programmed for 10%. Ring up PLU #1, add 10%, then void this entry):
PLU 1
Î
+%
Î
CASH TEND
If the Plus Percentage Rate is NOT pre-programmed,
type in the discount rate before pressing the +% key.
VOID
37:
-VOIDPLU 0001 Ⅰ
1.00
-VOIDCOUPON N Ⅰ
0.20
ITEM CT
-1
TAX
-0.04
CASH
-0.84
Î
PLU 1
Î
+%
Î
CASH TEND.
+% key is pre-
-VOIDPLU 0001 Ⅰ
10 +%N
ITEM CT
TAX
CASH
1.00
-0.10
-1
-0.06
-1.16
ISSUING A DUPLICATE RECEIPT
- (After completion of a sale, a second receipt can be issued).
NOTE: If desired, a procedure is offered to program the cash register
so that the Duplicate Receipt feature will be completely shut off.
TTL
NOTE:
If the Customer Receipt switch is shut off, a
duplicate receipt can still be issued by turning the
switch on and then pressing the TTL key.
79
THE MACHINE
WILL DUPLICATE
THE RECEIPT
OF ANY SALE
COMPLETED
TRANSACTION EXAMPLES FOR OPERATING THE CASH REGISTER
38:
AGE VERIFICATION
The function to verify the full age or non-age of the customer to buy the item, by entering his (her)
birth date.
1) The message of “ AGE- “ is displayed when Department or PLU , that the age table has been
programmed for, are registered without the operation of the AGE key at the beginning of ringing
up :
Department 1 : Age Table #1 ( 15 year old up )
Operation:
1
0
0
Î
DPT1
2) then, display “ PLEASE AGE “
Display:
PLEASE AGE
.
3) Then, enter the birth date of the customer.
Example: Assume it is August 5, 1980
Operation:
CLEAR .
0
5
0
8
1
9
8
0
AGE .
Note: Flag 1 = 2 ( Date, Month, Year in that order )
4) (1) If the customer is old enough to buy the item :
Operation:
1
0
0
Î
DPT1.
(2) If the customer is not old enough to buy the item, the message of “ AGE ERROR “ is displayed.
Operation:
1
0
0
Î
DPT1
(AGE ERROR occur.)
Î Display:
39:
AGE ERROR .
CLERK HOLD OPERATION
This function is to interrupt the registration temporarily, and release the interrupt by depressing
CLERK Key CLK ID to continue the registration held. The Clerk ID’s which can have this
function are from No. 1 to No. 5. The Clerk Hold indicator (a small arrow point) will be
displayed in the first to the fifth digits of the display.
There are 2 kinds of HOLD Operations.
1) HOLD key operation.
2) Programming of HOLD Timer. 7 ( X X: Number of Seconds)
PO .
When the preset seconds pass without any operation, the registration is automatically held.
80
TRANSACTION EXAMPLES FOR OPERATING THE CASH REGISTER
Operation: Hold operation by HOLD Key
1st : Hold operation
1
Î
DEPT01
DEPT02
CLK ID
Î
1
0
0
Î DPT1
Î
2
0
0
Î DPT2.
Î
HOLD.
HOLD
24-10-2005
PM 03:49
1001
CLERK01
2nd : Releasing Hold and continuing registration
1
Î
CLK ID
Î
3
0
Î
0
Î
1.00
2.00
DPT3.
CASH TEND.
* The complete Receipt will be issue.
DEPT01
DEPT02
DEPT03
ITEM CT
CASH
24-10-2005
1.00
2.00
3.00
3
6.00
PM 04:00
1009
CLERK01
40: AUTOMATIC PLU PROGRAMMING FUNCTION
Your cash register allows you to program a new item by Bar code scanner during normal registration
on register mode.
In the function, when you try to register an un-programmed PLU item, the mode of ECR is
changed to inputting the amount, and the registration is completed by entering the amount
and the relative department number. As the inputting the amount mode, it is also possible
to cancel the registration by pressing the CLR key.
There are 3 steps for programming
(1) Bar code scanning
(2) Inputting the price
(3) Inputting the Link Department No.
Operation:
Example:
(1) Bar Code : a new item
(2) Price : “$ 12.50”
(3) Linked Department No.1
( Read the Bar Code ) Î ( If the Bar code has not been programmed, the cash
register will request the entry of price and the link department number.)
Î
1
2
5
0
Î
DPT1
Î
NOTE: The name of link department No.1 will be printed
81
CASH TEND.
TRANSACTION EXAMPLES FOR OPERATING THE CASH REGISTER
41:
FOREIGN CURRENCY
Tendered Amount and TOTAL Amount are in FC.
- (Ring up a £1.00 item in Department 1, £2.00 in Department 2 and compute change from
5.00 FC1 (Euro) cash tendered :
the euro as FC1 :
(FC1)1=£0.6981 )
1
0
0
Î DPT1
Î
2
0
0
Î
1
FC#
Î
5
0
Î DPT 2
.
0
Î
CASH TEND.
82
DEPT01 Ⅰ
1.00
FC1
1.43
DEPT02
2.00
FC1
2.86
ITEM CT
2
TAX
0.06
TOTAL
3.06
FC1
4.38
FC1 TEND
5.00
FC1 CHNG
0.62
1 FC1 = 0.6981
X / Z MANAGEMENT REPORTS
5. X / Z MANAGEMENT REPORTS
The cash register is designed to maintain totals of all transaction data. Transaction data is maintained in
the memory of the cash register as long as the system is plugged in and/or the battery back-up system is in
effect. This data can be obtained in the "X" or "Z" positions. The read-out for the Management Reports is
the same whether it is taken in the "X" or "Z" positions, the only difference is that the totals are reset to zero
after a "Z" position reading.
X POSITION READING
There are two types of readings that can be taken in the "X" position; an "X1" reading and an "X2" reading.
Note: To prevent accidental printing of the "X" reading, a Manager Password can be set. Once the
password is set, an "X" report will not print in the "X" position until the password is typed.
"X1" Reading - Commonly known as a "mid-day" reading; prints an accumulation of transaction data
and is not reset to zero unless a "Z1" reading is taken. Use this position to print periodic readings of
transaction totals during the course of the day.
"X2" Reading - Commonly known as a "mid-week" or "mid-month" reading; prints an accumulation
of transaction data and is not reset to zero unless a "Z2" reading is taken. Use this position to print
periodic readings of transaction totals during the course of several days. The "X2" report is only
available in the "X" position.
Z POSITION READING
There are two types of readings that can be taken in the "Z" position; a "Z1" reading and a "Z2"
reading. Note: To prevent accidental printing of the "Z" reading, a Manager Password can be set.
Once the password is set, a "Z" report will not print until the password is typed.
"Z1" Reading - Commonly known as an "end-of-day/daily-closeout" reading; prints transaction data
and resets all transaction totals to zero except the Running Grand total. The machine will, however,
still accumulate totals in memory until a "Z2" reading is taken.
"Z2" Reading - Commonly known as a "weekly" or "monthly" reading; prints transaction totals either on
a weekly or monthly basis (not both) and resets all transaction totals to zero except the Running Grand
Total.
MANAGEMENT REPORTS AVAILABLE
There are a total of eight different kinds of reports available on the cash register:
Full Report - Includes totals of departments, tax, net sales, voids, returns, coupons, refunds, minus
percentage, plus percentage, receipts-on-account, no-sale activity, paid out, cash, check, charge, and
the running grand total (only present on "Z" Reports).
PLU Report - Lists total quantity and cost of each PLU Number rung up.
Clerk Report - Exclusively prints total sales amounts of each Clerk Number operated, tax total or nosale counter.
Hourly Report - Provides total sales amounts rung up each hour.
Cash-In-Drawer/Check-In-Drawer Report - Only available in the "X" position, simply tells you how
much cash and the total of all checks is in the drawer at the time of the report.
Cash Declaration - Only available in the "Z" position; allows you to declare the actual amount of cash
in the drawer and automatically generates the "Z1" (End-of-Day/Daily-Close-out) Report.
Group Report - Prints sales total s by designated department group.
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X / Z MANAGEMENT REPORTS
SUMMARY OF MANAGEMENT REPORTS
Report
Description
Operation
Key
X Report
Weekly/Periodic
X Report *
Reset
Report
Weekly/Periodic
Reset Report *
Training
Report
Full Report
CASH TEND
○
○
○
○
As left
PLU Report
ENT RLS Î PLU
○
○
○
○
-
Hourly Report
ENT RLS Î X/TIME
○
-
○
-
-
Cash & Check
In- Drawer
Report
CHECK STUB
○
-
-
-
As left
All Clerk Report
ENT RLS Î CLERK
○
○
○
○
As left
Individual Clerk
Report
ENT RLS Î (CLERK#)
○
○
○
○
As left
Î CLERK
Group Report
DPT#
○
○
-
-
As left
Department
Report
ENT RLS Î DPT#
○
○
-
-
As left
Department
( Start # ) ENT RLS
Range Report
○
○
-
-
As left
Î ( End # ) DPT#
Grand TOTAL
Report
ENT RLS Î VOID
-
-
○
-
-
○
○
-
-
-
-
-
○
-
As Left
PLU Range
Report
(Start#)
Cash
Declaration
Report
EC (Qty Money) X/TIME
ENT RLS
Î ( End # ) PLU
(Amount ) RA CASH TEND
○ : Available
* Periodic Reports in either "X" or "Z", press PO before pressing the appropriate operation key.
The following lists the different Management Reports that are offered in the "X" and "Z" positions:
Key
Positions
Report
Symbols
Reports
Known As
Management
Reports Available
X
X1
Mid-Day
Full, PLU, Clerk, Hourly, Cash-In-Drawer, Group, Training,
Department
X
X2
Mid-Week or Mid-Month
Full, PLU, Clerk, Group, Training
Z
Z1
End-Of-Day or Daily-Close-Out
Full, PLU, Clerk, Hourly, Cash Declaration, Training
Z
Z2
Weekly or Monthly
Full, PLU, Clerk, Training
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X / Z MANAGEMENT REPORTS
In addition to the printed reports, the following totals can be displayed for quick reference at any time but
not printed by turning the key to the "X" position and pressing the appropriate keys.
To Display
Press The Following Keys in the "X" Position
Net TOTAL
1
X / TIME.
Cash TOTAL
2
X / TIME .
Charge TOTAL
3
X / TIME .
Check TOTAL
4
X / TIME .
No Sales TOTAL
5
X / TIME .
RA TOTAL
6
X / TIME .
PO TOTAL
7
X / TIME .
Cash In-Drawer TOTAL
8
X / TIME .
TO TAKE A CASH IN-DRAWER / CHECK-IN-DRAWER REPORT
Control Lock: "X" position.
CHECK STUB.
INDICATES CASH IN-DRAWER
CHECK IN-DRAWER TOTAL
REPORT WAS TAKEN
CLERK NAME
*
X 1
*
IN DRAWER REPORT
CAID
58N
119.53
CKID
1N
1.06
10-24-2002
PM 04:52
0054
CLERK01
SHOWS $119.53 CASH IN-DRAW TOTAL
SHOWS $1.06 CHECK IN-DRAW TOTAL
TRANSACTION NUMBER
TO TAKE AN HOURLY REPORT
Control Lock: "X" or “Z”
position.
ENT RLS
Î
X / TIME
.
Important: An hourly reading must be closed out (reset) in the "Z" position.
*
X 1
*
HOURLY REPORT
15:00
14N
55.62
16:00
44N
36.93
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SALES TOTAL (including tax) at 15:00 pm
SALES TOTAL (including tax) at 16:00 pm
X / Z MANAGEMENT REPORTS
TO TAKE A DEPARTMENT RANGE REPORT
Control Lock: "X"
position.
( Department Start # )
1
-
ENT RLS Î
99 ( 2 digits)
( End Department # )
DPT#.
1 - 99 ( 2 digits)
*
X 1
*
INDIVIDUAL DEPT
DEPT01
15.25Q
38.24
DEPT02
21Q
45.21
DEPT03
2Q
4.00
DEPT99
3Q
3.00
DEPT TOTAL
41.25Q
90.45
TO TAKE A CLERK REPORT
This report will print totals for all clerks.
Control Lock: "X" or “Z” position.
ENT RLS
Î
CLK ID
*
X 1
*
CLERK REPORT
CLERK01
NEL TL
53N
72.30
VOID
30N
35.01
TAX
43N
2.00
NOSALE
2N
0.00
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# OF TRANSACTIONS
AMOUNT OF SALES
# OF VOID COUNTER
AMOUT OF VOIDS
# OF TAX COUNTER
TOTAL TAX CHARGES
# OF NOSALE
TOTAL OF NOSALE
X / Z MANAGEMENT REPORTS
TO TAKE AN INDIVIDUAL CLERK REPORT
Control Lock: "X" or “Z” position.
ENT RLS
Î
( the Clerk Number
) Î CLK ID.
4 digits
*
X 1
*
INDIVIDUAL CLERK
CLERK02
NETOTAL
2N
8.10
TAX
2N
0.12
AMOUNT OF SALES
TOTAL TAX CHARGES
TO TAKE A PLU REPORT
Control Lock: "X" or “Z” position.
ENT RLS
Î
PLU .
Important: A PLU Reading must be closed out in the "Z" position.
.
*
PLU NUMBER OR DESCRIPTION
X 1
*
PLU REPORT
1
PLU 0001
2Q
2.50
2
PLU 0002
1Q
3
PLU 0003
3Q
4
PLU 0004
1Q
QUANTITY OF PLU’s RUNG UP
TOTAL AMOUNT OF PLU’s RUNG UP
2.00
9.00
4.00
TO TAKE A CASH DECLARATION REPORT
Control Lock:
EC
“Z” position.
Î ( Quantity of Money )
Î ( Amount of Money )
RA
X / TIME
Î
CASH TEND.
CAUTION: The Cash Declaration feature will not allow any corrections of miscalculated or incorrect
entries of the cash declared. Therefore, please double check and verify all money before
getting started.
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X / Z MANAGEMENT REPORTS
Example: Declare the following money in the drawer: 3 five dollar bills, 7 one dollar bills and 4
quarters:
Control Lock: “Z” position.
EC
Î
3
X / TIME
Î
5
0
0
Î
RA.
Î
7
Î X / TIME
Î
1
0
0
Î
RA .
Î
4
Î X / TIME
Î
2
5
Î
CASH TEND
Î
Î
RA .
( to finalize.)
NOTE: The cash register will automatically produce a "Z1" (End-of Day or Daily-Close-Out) Reading
when the Cash Declaration feature is used.
*
Z 1
*
CASH DECLARATION
3Q
@5.00
R/A
15.00
7Q
@1.00
R/A
7.00
4Q
@0.25
R/A
1.00
***************
TOTAL
23.00
CAID
23.00
0.00
***************
FULL REPORT
DEPT02
1Q
23.00
DEPT TOTAL
1Q
23.00
NOTXBL
1N
23.00
NETOTAL
23.00
CASH
1N
23.00
CAID
1N
23.00
RPRT CNT
000002
NRGT
137.03
“Z1” READING TAKEN
DECLARED (3) FIVE DOLLAR BILLS
DECLARED (7) ONE DOLLAR BILLS
DECLARED (4) QUARTERS
DECLARED AMOUNT FROM DRAWER
CALCULATED AMOUNT
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE DECLARED AMOUNT
AND CALCULATED AMOUNT
REGULAR “Z1” TAPE FOLLOWS
NOTE: The zero dollar amount indicates that the Declared Amount and the Calculated Amount both
balance. A negative dollar amount would indicate less money is in the drawer than what was
collected. Any amount greater than $0.00 would indicate more money is in the drawer than what
was collected.
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X / Z MANAGEMENT REPORTS
TO TAKE A DEPARTMENT GROUP REPORT
Departments can be linked together to form up to nine groups for the purpose of keeping a summary
TOTAL. This is done when programming the Department Statuses.
For example, if Department 1, 2 and 3 represent beverage sales, i.e., DEPT 1; tea, DEPT 2; coffee, DEPT
3; soda, these three departments can be linked as Group 1 in order to provide a TOTAL representing
TOTAL beverage sales. This eliminates manually adding these department totals at the end of the day.
TO TAKE A GROUP REPORT
Control Lock: “X” position.
DPT#.
*
X 1
*
GROUP REPORT
DEPT GRP
0
DEPT01
22.25Q
46.24
DEPT02
24Q
54.21
DEPT03
3Q
8.00
DEPT99
3Q
3.00
GROUP TOTAL 52.25Q
111.45
TO TAKE A FULL REPORT
Control Lock: “X” or “Z” position.
CASH TEND.
IMPORTANT: A Full Reading must be closed out in the "Z" position.
TO TAKE A WEEKLY OR MONTHLY FULL REPORT
Control Lock: “X” or “Z” position.
PO
Î
CASH TEND.
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TOTAL COUNT
AMOUNT
X / Z MANAGEMENT REPORTS
TO TAKE A TRAINING FULL REPORT
1.
Control Lock: “X” position.
2.
Enter “the training password number” and press CHRG key.
3.
Control Lock: “X” or “Z” position.
4.
CASH TEND.
TO TAKE A TRAINING WEEKLY OR MONTHLY FULL REPORT
1.
Control Lock: “X” position.
2.
Enter “the training password number” and press CHRG key.
3.
Control Lock: “X” or “Z” position.
4.
PO
Î
CASH TEND.
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X / Z MANAGEMENT REPORTS
"Z1" READING – FULL REPORT ILLUSTRATION
DEPARTMENT
*
Z 1
*
FULL REPORT
DEPT01
22.25Q
46.24
DEPT02
24Q
54.21
DEPT03
3Q
8.00
DEPT99
3Q
3.00
DEPT TOTAL
52.25Q
111.45
NOTXBL
22N
65.01
TXBL-1
49N
46.24
TAX-1
2.78
+%G
1N
0.10
VOID-R
25N
29.21
RETURN
2N
5.50
COUPON G
1N
0.20
-%G
1N
0.10
NETOTAL
114.03
CASH
57N
101.01
CHECK
1N
1.06
CHARGE
2N
11.96
+%N
7N
0.20
-%N
9N
0.40
MSC-V
7N
1.10
R/A CA
1N
50.00
P/O CA
1N
10.00
TAXTOTAL
2.78
NET-TAX
111.25
CAID
59N
141.01
CKID
1N
1.06
NOSALE
2N
0.00
RPRT CNT
000001
NRGT
114.03
---------CLERK01
NETOTAL
54N
93.78
VOID
30N
35.01
TAX
44N
2.48
NOSALE
2N
0.00
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ACTIVITY COUNTER
DEPARTMENT TOTAL
DEPARTMENT TOTAL COUNTER
ALL DEPARTMENT TOTALS
NON-TAXABLE COUNTER
NON-TAXABLE AMOUNT
TAXABLE COUNTER
TAXABLE AMOUNT
TAX 1 AMOUNT
+%G COUNTER
+%G AMOUNT
VOID COUNTER
VOID AMOUNT
RETURN COUNTER
RETURN AMOUNT
COUPON GROSS COUNTER
COUPON GROSS AMOUNT
-%G COUNTER
-%G AMOUNT
NET SALES TOTAL
CASH SALES COUNTER
CASH SALES AMOUNT
CHECK SALES COUNTER
CHECK SALES AMOUNT
CHARGE SALES COUNTER
CHARGE SALES AMOUNT
+%N COUNTER
+%N AMOUNT
-% NET COUNTER
-% NET AMOUNT
# OF VOIDS
TOTAL AMOUNT OF VOIDS
RECEIVED ON ACCOUNT COUNTER
RECEIVED ON ACCOUNT AMOUNT
PAID OUT COUNTER
PAID OUT AMOUNT
TAX TOTAL
NET-TAX
CASH-IN-DRAWER COUNTER
CASH-IN-DRAWER AMOUNT
CHECK-IN-DRAWER COUNTER
CHECK-IN-DRAWER AMOUNT
NO SALE COUNTER
NO SALES AMOUNT
REPORT COUNTER
GRAND TOTAL
MAINTENANCE
6. MAINTENANCE
This chapter explains the maintenance operations you can perform yourself.
CLEANING YOUR CASH REGISTER
Clean the cash register with a dry, soft cloth. If it cannot be cleaned with a dry cloth, use a damp cloth
after wringing it out well. Do not use any volatile chemicals such as benzine, thinner or a chemically
treated cloth. The cash register might be damaged.
OPENING THE DRAWER MANUALLY
In the event of a power failure or a problem with the cash register, the drawer may not open.
To open the drawer manually, move the lever on the bottom of the drawer.
NOTE:
If the drawer is locked by the key, you cannot open it with the method described above.
IN CASE OF A PAPER JAM
If a paper jam occurs, remove the paper roll as explained in “2-5. Removing the Paper Roll for the
Receipt. If you cannot clear the jam, please contact your local dealer.
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INTERFACE
7. INTERFACE
The connectors (RJ 45 type) for RS232C interface are equipped regularly.
The right (from outside) connector is “COM A “(Com. Port A), and the left one is “COM B “(Com. Port B).
COM A connector:
COM B connector:
FLAG 73, 74, 75, 76
FLAG 77, 78, 79, 80
1
8
COM B
1
8
COM A
Signal Pin Assignment
Pin Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Signal Name
RTS
TXD
CTS
GND
NOT USED
+5V
NOT USED
RXD
I / O
OUT
OUT
IN
IN
CAUTION: Be sure to shut off the power before plugging the connector in.
A w iring diagram connection of PC/SX590
RJ45 8/8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Signal
Name
RTS
TXD
CTS
GND
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
RXD
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Signal
Name
CTS
RXD
RTS
GND
DB 9 FEMELLE
(RS232C)
8
2
7
5
TX
3
TROUBLESHOOTING
8. TROUBLESHOOTING
Please select and follow the procedure which best describes the cash register condition:
IN CASE OF AN ERROR TONE OR IF "ERR" DISPLAYS:
a. Press the CLR key.
b.Turn the key to the last position (P, R, X or Z) you were in prior to receiving the error. If the last
position you were in was "R", turn the key to the "R" position and press the CLR key, then press
CASH TEND , CHECK STUB , or CHRG key to complete a pending sale. If your last
position was "P", turn the key to the "P" position, press the CLR key, and then press the
# / NS SUB key.
c. Double check and repeat the procedure you are trying to perform.
d. If error still persists, perform a HALF SYSTEM CLEAR procedure (see below).
e. As a last resort, perform a SYSTEM CLEAR procedure (see below).
IF PRINTING PROBLEMS OCCUR:
a. Check if you are out of paper.
b. Check for a paper jam. If so, carefully remove any paper obstructing the printer.
Manually pull the paper, always use the paper feed key to remove or advance the paper.
c. Once the paper jam has been successfully removed, reinstall a new paper roll if necessary.
d. If a paper jam occurs or a paper roll is used all up during print, install a new paper roll and press
the ENT RLS key to release such condition.
IMPORTANT: Avoid using any type of sharp or pointed objects in or around the printer area when
attempting to clear a paper jam.
IF THE CASH REGISTER IS MALFUNCTIONING:
a. Be sure the cash register 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.
b. Perform a HALF CLEAR procedure (see below).
c. As a last resort, follow the directions for a SYSTEM CLEAR procedure (see below).
OPENING THE DRAWER IN AN EMERGENCY:
Push the drawer opening lever to the left (Refer: page 91 [OPENING THE DRAWER MANUALLY]) to
open the drawer in an emergency in case of a power failure or a cash register malfunction.
HALF CLEAR PROCEDURE:
a. Turn the key to the "P" position.
b. Turn off the power switch located on the right hand wall of the cabinet (for more than 10 seconds), and
then turn on the power switch.
c. Continue with normal operations.
SYSTEM CLEAR PROCEDURE:
a. Turn the key to the "P" Position.
b. Turn off the power switch located on the right hand wall of the cabinet, and wait at least 15 seconds.
c. While holding down the CLEAR key, turn on the power switch. If Spanish, French, German, Dutch,
Danish, Portuguese or Swedish is used instead of English, hold down the numeral 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 8 key
respectively instead of the CLEAR key.
d. Re-program the cash register.
e. Continue with normal operations.
NOTE: This procedure will erase all transaction totals and programming.
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ERROR MESAGE
9. ERROR MESSAGE
1
2
3
4
As the factory default setting, the following messages are installed, but it is possible to change such
messages to better ones by programming.
DISPLAY
CAUSE
CHECK POINT
You made a wrong key operation.
Depress [C] key and operate again correctly.
KEY OP ERR
You registered numbers are more
Depress [C] key and enter the correct number of digits.
ENTRY OVER
than limitation.
During registration of the unit price,
Depress [C] key and enter the correct number of digits.
ENTRY ERR
[.] key depressed.
Your programming is over than the
Depress [C] key and program a correct number or add
capacity of programming memory.
MMRY OVER
an optional memory board.
5
PLS CLERK
6
ENTER AMNT
7
AGE ERROR
8
PLEASE AGE
9
PLS M-PASS
10
11
NOT PRGM
PASSWORD ER
12
TEND ERROR
13
PLS C KEY
14
COM EROR
15
MLT DEF
16
LIFT MONEY
17
OPEN ERROR
18
PRINTER ER
When registered without inputting
Clerk No.
Price for the Department or
tendered amount did not entered.
It is the range of the age limit. It
does not sell.
When [AGE] key is not operated.
When the number has not input
before charge finalization.
Wrong number is entered.
Wrong number is entered.
Tendered amount is less than total
sales amount.
When error occurred with beep
sound, other key was pressed
instead of [C] key.
When the ECR has been operated
during communication with optional
units.
When try to preset the numbers,
such as No. PLU Code, which were
already preset.
When the cash in drawer exceeds
the amount preset.
When the drawer is kept opening.
When printing is being made in the
condition of head-up of RJ printer.
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Depress [C] key and input the Clerk No.
Depress [C] key and enter the amount.
Depress [C] key and enter the{cancel}key.
Depress birth data and operate the [AGE] key.
Depress Manager Password.
Depress [C] key and enter the correct number.
Please enter the right password.
Depress [C] key
Depress [C] key
Depress [C] key, and make key operation after the
communication has been finished.
Depress [C] key, and condirm the number already
preset, and preset the numbers again.
Depress [C] key, and issue the Z1 report.
Close the drawer, and depress [C] key.
Depress [C] key, and put down the head.
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