Uniwell POS Terminal Programming Manual

Uniwell POS Terminal Programming Manual
Uniwell POS Terminal
Programming Manual
for
DX-915
Type D7
November, 2006
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CONTENTS
I. SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................. 1
HARDWARE SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................... 1
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION ......................................................................................................... 2
FEATURES....................................................................................................................................... 3
SOFTWARE SPECIFICATIONS..................................................................................................... 4
SYSTEM PROGRAM LIST ............................................................................................................. 5
ENGINEER PROGRAM LIST......................................................................................................... 8
BEFORE INSTALLATION.............................................................................................................. 8
II. INITIAL SET-UP............................................................................................................... 9
KEYLOCK...................................................................................................................................... 10
START-UP PROCEDURES........................................................................................................... 11
ENGINEER (Clerk) Code Sign-on ....................................................................................... 11
ENGINEER PROGRAMS.................................................................................................... 12
EASY SET-UP FOR PRIPHERALS .................................................................................... 16
ENGINEER PROGRAMS .............................................................................................................. 24
III. SYSTEM PROGRAMS.................................................................................................. 26
BASIC PROGRAMS ...................................................................................................................... 27
SP-112 Maximums (Memory Allocation) ........................................................................... 27
SP-190 Time & Date............................................................................................................. 29
SP-200 Identifiers ................................................................................................................. 30
SP-201 IP Address ................................................................................................................ 31
SP-113 System Function Flags ............................................................................................ 33
CLERK PROGRAMS................................................................................................................... 100
SP-123 Clerks ..................................................................................................................... 100
SP-183 Job Code Names..................................................................................................... 103
SP-184 Pay Rates ................................................................................................................ 104
SP-185 Grace Periods ......................................................................................................... 105
SP-181 Report Security Levels ........................................................................................... 107
SP-182 Program Security Levels ........................................................................................ 108
SP-103 Hard Clerks ............................................................................................................ 109
SP-104 Clerk Cards............................................................................................................. 110
SP-117 Clerk iButtons/Barcodes ........................................................................................ 111
SP-105 Clerk Commissions ................................................................................................ 113
SP-186 Overtime................................................................................................................. 114
SP-191 Attendance Edit ...................................................................................................... 116
PLU & GROUP PROGRAMS...................................................................................................... 117
SP-120 Major Groups ......................................................................................................... 118
SP-121 Groups (Subgroups) ............................................................................................... 119
SP-122 PLUs....................................................................................................................... 121
SP-128 Create Range of PLUs............................................................................................ 133
SP-127 Edit Range of PLUs................................................................................................ 134
SP-116 Delete / Undelete PLUs.......................................................................................... 135
SP-125 Condiment Groups ................................................................................................. 137
SP-126 Cooking Instruction Groups ................................................................................... 138
SP-132 Cooking Instruction Messages ............................................................................... 139
SP-133 Categories............................................................................................................... 140
SP-140 Look-up PLUs ........................................................................................................ 141
SP-145 Tare Tables............................................................................................................. 143
SP-146 Mix & Match Tables .............................................................................................. 144
SP-147 Combo Tables ........................................................................................................ 146
SP-148 Destinations............................................................................................................ 148
SP-111 PLU Menu (Hard PLUs) ........................................................................................ 150
SP-108 Price Levels ............................................................................................................ 152
SP-161 Price Level Times................................................................................................... 152
SP-109 Menu Levels........................................................................................................... 154
SP-162 Menu Shift Times................................................................................................... 154
SP-100 PLU Modifiers........................................................................................................ 156
SP-101 PLU Prices.............................................................................................................. 157
SP-102 PLU HALOs........................................................................................................... 158
MESSAGES & DESCRIPTIONS................................................................................................. 159
SP-130 User Text Messages ............................................................................................... 159
SP-131 Warning Messages ................................................................................................. 166
SP-135 Logo Lines - 24 Characters .................................................................................... 188
SP-141 Logo Lines - Wide (46 Characters)........................................................................ 189
SP-136 ECR Name.............................................................................................................. 190
SP-137 KP (Kitchen Printer) Names................................................................................... 190
SP-138 Paid Out Names...................................................................................................... 191
SP-139 GST Merchant ........................................................................................................ 191
SP-142 Invoice Lines .......................................................................................................... 192
DISCOUNT AMOUNTS & PERCENTAGES............................................................................. 193
SP-107 Discount (-) Amount .............................................................................................. 193
SP-151 Percentages............................................................................................................. 194
SP-153 Adjustments............................................................................................................ 196
TAX PROGRAMS........................................................................................................................ 197
SP-155 Tax Rates................................................................................................................ 197
SP-156 Tax Exemptions for %............................................................................................ 198
SP-159 First Tax Value....................................................................................................... 199
SP-157 Tax Table................................................................................................................ 199
MEDIA (PAYMENT) PROGRAMS ............................................................................................ 201
SP-124 Medias (Payments)................................................................................................. 201
SP-150 Preset Tenders ........................................................................................................ 204
SP-152 Cash-in-Drawer Lifts.............................................................................................. 205
SP-106 Media Exchange Rate............................................................................................. 206
REPORT PROGRAMS................................................................................................................. 207
SP-118 Auditor’s Password ................................................................................................ 207
SP-160 Time Zones............................................................................................................. 208
SP-163 Flash Group Report Times ..................................................................................... 209
SP-167 End of Day Report Times....................................................................................... 210
SP-170 Assorted Reports .................................................................................................... 211
TOUCH SCREEN PROGRAMS .................................................................................................. 212
SP-850 Touch Screen Layout ............................................................................................. 213
SP-851 PLU Button Text (Caption)/Color.......................................................................... 218
SP-852 Button Size ............................................................................................................. 220
SP-853 Look-up PLU Button Text (Caption)/Color ........................................................... 221
Look-up PLU Screen Layout .............................................................................................. 222
SP-9997 Initialize Look-up Layout Command ................................................................... 222
SP-856 Look-up Screen Layout .......................................................................................... 223
Table Plan ........................................................................................................................... 228
SP-134 Locations ............................................................................................................... 229
SP-854 Table Plan.............................................................................................................. 230
SP-855 Color....................................................................................................................... 233
CUSTOMER FILE PROGRAMS................................................................................................. 236
SP-192 Customer File ......................................................................................................... 236
SP-193 Customer Group ..................................................................................................... 240
MISCELLANEOUS PROGRAMS............................................................................................... 241
SP-129 Person Type............................................................................................................ 241
SP-166 Maximum Order Number....................................................................................... 242
SP-143 Macro Key (Button) ............................................................................................... 243
SP-202 FTP Client Log-on ................................................................................................. 244
IRC COMMUNICATIONS .......................................................................................................... 245
SP-8800 Initialize IRC ........................................................................................................ 245
Online ECR Command ....................................................................................................... 246
Send a Program to all Terminals......................................................................................... 246
Send Changed PLUs only ................................................................................................... 247
IV. APPENDIX.................................................................................................................... 248
INITIAL RESET ........................................................................................................................... 248
REPORT LIST .............................................................................................................................. 249
UDP DATA STREAMING........................................................................................................... 250
Journal PC: Printed Journal Text Data Streaming .............................................................. 250
EJF PC: Coded EJF Data Streaming.................................................................................. 251
Printed Journal Text Data Streaming .................................................................................. 251
Coded EJF Data Streaming ................................................................................................. 251
FTP COMMUNICATION ............................................................................................................ 252
PC Client and POS Terminal Server Set-up & Procedure .................................................. 252
PC Server and POS Terminal Client Set-up & Procedure .................................................. 255
DATATRAN INTERFACE .......................................................................................................... 259
Operation Overview............................................................................................................ 259
Programs ............................................................................................................................. 262
DataTran 162SL Single-Lane Configuration ...................................................................... 264
DataTran 162ML Multi-Lane Configuration ...................................................................... 264
Debit Card Programs........................................................................................................... 265
Debit Card Operations ........................................................................................................ 267
Gift Card Overview............................................................................................................. 269
Gift Card Programs ............................................................................................................. 270
Gift Card Operations........................................................................................................... 271
IN-STORE MARKING CODE..................................................................................................... 276
MAGNETIC CARD READER..................................................................................................... 278
Customer Card Data Format ............................................................................................... 278
Macro Card Format............................................................................................................. 279
Room Card Data Format ..................................................................................................... 280
Table Card Data Format...................................................................................................... 280
INTERFACE PORTS & CABLES ............................................................................................... 281
DX-915 Ports ...................................................................................................................... 281
Cables.................................................................................................................................. 281
IRC RS-485 ................................................................................................................................... 282
Set-up Steps ........................................................................................................................ 282
IRC Cables (RS-485) .......................................................................................................... 282
IRC UNINET (Ethernet) ............................................................................................................... 284
Set-up Steps ........................................................................................................................ 284
IRC Cables - Uninet (Ethernet)........................................................................................... 285
Uninet Hardware Environment ........................................................................................... 285
IRC - IRC Recommendations ............................................................................................. 285
PERIPHERALS - PRINTERS ...................................................................................................... 286
Local Slip Printer ................................................................................................................ 286
Local Kitchen/Receipt Printer (RS-232C) .......................................................................... 287
Local Receipt Printer - TM-T88II/III/IV Settings .............................................................. 288
Local Receipt Printer - CBM-233/1000 Settings ................................................................ 288
Local Receipt Printer - TM-U210 Settings ......................................................................... 289
Ethernet - Remote Kitchen/Receipt Printer TP-922/932..................................................... 290
Ethernet - Remote Kitchen/Receipt Printer TM-T88III/IV................................................. 291
IRC - Remote Slip Printer TP-620 ...................................................................................... 291
Remote Slip Printer TP-620 - Dip Switch Settings............................................................. 292
IRC (RS-485) - Remote Kitchen/Receipt Printer TP-821/822/831/832 ............................. 293
IRC (RS-485) - Remote Kitchen/Receipt Printer CBM-233/1000 ..................................... 294
IRC - Remote Kitchen/Receipt Printer TP-821/822/831/832 ............................................. 295
Ethernet - Remote Kitchen/Receipt Printer TP-922/932..................................................... 296
THIRD-PARTY PERIPHERALS................................................................................................. 298
Modem ................................................................................................................................ 298
PC........................................................................................................................................ 298
Scanner................................................................................................................................ 299
Scale.................................................................................................................................... 300
Journal Data Transfer (JDT) ............................................................................................... 301
ROP Device ........................................................................................................................ 301
EFT Terminal (Cashless Device) ........................................................................................ 302
Infineer Smart Card Terminal ............................................................................................. 303
Coin Dispenser (RS-232C Interface) .................................................................................. 304
Order Confirmation Display (RS-232C Interface).............................................................. 306
PLM2000 OVERVIEW ................................................................................................................ 309
I. SPECIFICATIONS
HARDWARE SPECIFICATIONS
Display
Touch Panel
LCD
Customer Display
(option)
DX-915
15" analog touch panel
15" color TFT XGA (1024 x 768 pixels)
Optional Internal: 16 digits dot matrix x 2 lines
Optional External: 16 digits dot matrix x 2 lines
Dimension & Weight
DX-915
Width
366 mm (14.4”) at LCD
290 mm (11.41”) at bottom
Depth
352 mm (13.86”)
Height
245 to 370 mm (9.6” to 14.6”) depending upon screen angle
Weight
approx. 7.3 Kg (16 lbs.)
Power Supply &
Consumption
AC120V 1.0A
Memory:
Boot ROM : 2 Mbit x 1 (256K byte)
Flash Memory : 4 Mbyte x 1 (4M byte)
RAM (standard) : 2 Mbyte x 2 (4M byte)
RAM Board (option) : 4 Mbyte x 4 (16M byte)
Note: All specifications are subject to change without notice.
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SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
You can install a maximum of 32 units per system, including the master terminal, up to 8 kitchen
printers, and up to 8 slip printers. It is possible to install one slip printer at the POS terminal, and one
of 8 kitchen printers can be used as a slip printer.
Uninet (Ethernet) IRC or RS-485 IRC
Select either Uninet IRC or RS-485 IRC by System Flag (SF-45C)
RS-485 IRC and Uninet IRC cannot be used at the same time.
A KP server via RS-485 is possible on a system with Uninet.
Remote Kitchen Printer
Up to 8 printers can be connected to an RS-485 or Uninet IRC line.
Remote/Local Receipt Printer
A Serial Receipt Printer can be directly connected to a POS terminal, or one of the Remote Printers
can be shared for receipt printing.
Up to 8 printers can be connected per RS-485 or Uninet IRC line.
Remote/Local Slip Printer
One Slip Printer can be connected per POS terminal.
Up to 8 printers can be connected per RS-485 or Uninet IRC line.
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FEATURES
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Extra large, easy to use Touch Screen for speed and accuracy
Durable, environmentally-protective cabinet sealed to protect from spills and grease
Small footprint to save valuable counter space
High-speed Uninet (Ethernet) or RS-485 IRC communications
FTP for Poll or Push Totals
Enhanced Drive-Thru system with three operating modes: Order-Taker, Cashier Station,
and Counter Terminal.
Multiple orders (Live Window and Queue Windows) display at one time to assist with
packing and serving.
Combo Tables to register package meals at a discounted price
Table Plan for up to 8 areas
Table map by Location with Table Status color codes
Guest Check tracking by Table # or Bill #
Multiple Bills per Table
Split and Combined Checks
Check Recall by Guest name
Multiple destination support for Eat-in, Take-out, Delivery, etc.
Large-capacity PLU file with 3 price levels and 5 menu levels
Automatic Price Level & Menu Level change by time and day
Mix & Match
Condiment Groups with 5 groups per item and 72 condiments per group
Cooking Instructions Groups with up to 8 instructions per group
Time & Attendance with 4 job codes and pay rates per employee
Daily and weekly labor cost reports
Customer file and customer invoice
Monitoring (Remote IRC Monitoring)
Programmable Report & Program Security Levels
Electronic Journal Function
Local and Remote Kitchen and Receipt Printers
Shared receipt and kitchen printers with back-up
Slip Printer option
RS-232C Interface for optional scale, scanner, credit card, and coin dispenser
Optional Kitchen Video Display
Optional Remote Operation (ROP) Device
Journal Data Transfer
Optional Magnetic Card Reader
Back Office PC interface
Optional iButton/Dallas Key
Optional Order Confirmation Display
Optional Coin Dispenser
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SOFTWARE SPECIFICATIONS
PLUs*
Number of PLUs
Use Memory Calculator
Maximum number of digits
16 (random)
Prices
7 digits (3 prices x 3 levels)
Menu Shifts
5
Hard PLUs
78
Look-up PLU keys
78
PLUs per Look-up PLU key
63
Categories
1 of 8 categories
Condiment Groups
5 of 255 condiment groups (72 PLUs/group)
20 cooking instruction groups
(8 cooking instruction messages per group; 64
cooking instruction messages)
Cooking Instruction Groups
Major Groups
8
Groups
48
Number of Clerks/Cashiers
255
Hard Clerk keys
16
Time & Attendance
32000
Item Tracks*
Number of Checks/Accounts
9999
Adjustments
Number of Adjustments
2
Customer Files*
Number of Customer Files
9999
Discounts
Number of Amount Discounts
1
Percentages
Number of Percentages
10
Groups
Clerks*
EJF Lines*
65000
Macros
10 (50 steps per macro)
Media
Number of Payment Keys
20
Price Levels
Manual selection or automatic
time shift by day of week
3 Price Levels (each with Price 1~3) per PLU
Modifiers
2 (MODIFIER 1/2 to access 2nd/3rd PLU price)
9 PLU Code Modifiers update PLU codes (CODE
MODIFIER 3 + PLU 100 registers PLU 103.)
Order #
255 (programmable range, unique by Terminal #)
Preset Tender
Number of Preset Tenders
5 with Automatic Next Dollar Amount
Tax
4 (Rates, Tables, or VAT)
Tare Table
77
Tip
Tip Amount
1 (Total for all Cash and Charge)
*Note: Use the Memory Calculator for exact calculations. Specifications vary by version
and are subject to change without notice.
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SYSTEM PROGRAM LIST
Program #
Program
Keylock
IRC
100
PLU Modifiers
SP / Z1
8100
101
PLU Prices
SP / Z1
8101
102
PLU HALOs
SP / Z1
8102
103
Hard Clerks
SP / Z1 / X
8103
104
Clerk Cards
SP / Z1
105
Clerk Commission
SP / Z1
8105
106
Exchange Rates
SP / Z1
8106
107
Discount (-) Amount
SP / Z1
8107
108
Price Level
SP / Z1
8108
109
Menu Level
SP / Z1
8109
111
PLU Menu
SP / Z1
8111
112
Maximums (Memory Allocation)
SP / Z1
113
System Function Flags
SP / Z1
116
Delete / Undelete PLU
SP / Z1
117
Clerk iButton / Barcode
SP / Z1 / X
118
Auditor’s Password
SP
119
Screen Color
SP / Z1
120
Major Groups
SP / Z1
8120
121
Groups
SP / Z1
8121
122
PLUs
SP / Z1
8122
123
Clerks
SP / Z1
8123
124
Media / Payment Keys
SP / Z1
8124
125
Condiment Groups
SP / Z1
8125
126
Cooking Instruction Groups
SP / Z1
8126
127
Edit Range of PLUs
SP
128
Create Range of PLUs
SP
129
Person Type
SP / Z1
8129
130
User Text
SP / Z1
8130
131
Warning Message
SP / Z1
8131
132
Cooking Instructions
SP / Z1
8132
133
Categories
SP / Z1
8133
134
Locations
SP / Z1
8134
135
Logo (24 Characters)
SP / Z1
8135
136
POS Terminal Name (Description)
SP / Z1
137
Kitchen Printer Names (Descriptions)
SP / Z1
8137
138
Paid Out Names (Descriptions)
SP / Z1
8138
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GST Merchant
SP / Z1
8139
140
Look-up PLUs
SP / Z1
8140
141
Logo Lines (Wide)
SP / Z1
8141
142
Invoice Lines
SP / Z1
8142
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Macro Buttons
SP
8143
144
Check Print (Endorsement) Message
SP / Z1
8144
145
Tares
SP / Z1
8145
146
Mix & Match Tables
SP / Z1
8146
147
Combo Tables
SP / Z1
8147
148
Destinations
SP / Z1
8148
150
Preset Tenders
SP / Z1
8150
151
Percentages
SP / Z1
8151
152
Cash-in-Drawer Lifts / Pulls
SP / Z1
8152
153
Adjustments
SP / Z1
8153
154
Look-up PLU Menu Shift
SP / Z1
8154
155
Tax Rates
SP
8155
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Tax Exemptions for Percentages
SP
8156
157
Tax Tables
SP
8157
158
GST Threshold
SP
8158
159
First Tax Value
SP
8159
160
Time Zones
SP / Z1
8160
161
Price Level Times
SP / Z1
8161
162
Menu Shift Times
SP / Z1
8162
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Flash Group Report Times
SP / Z1
8163
166
Maximum Order Number
SP / Z1
8166
167
End of Day Report Times
SP / Z1
8167
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164
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Modem Set-up
SP
170
Assorted Report
SP / Z1
8170
179
Screen Saver Window Message
SP / Z1
8179
181
Security - Reports
SP
8181
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Security - Programming
SP
8182
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Job Code Names
SP / Z1
8183
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Pay Rates
SP / Z1
8184
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Grace Periods
SP / Z1
8185
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Overtime
SP / Z1
8186
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Date & Time
SP / Z1
8190
191
Attendance Edit
SP / Z1
8191
192
Customer File
SP / Z1
8192
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Customer Group
SP / Z1
8193
200
Identifiers
SP
201
IP Address
SP
8201
202
FTP Client Log-on
SP
8202
850
Touch Screen Layout
SP / Z1
8850
851
PLU Button Text / Color
SP / Z1
8851
852
Button Size
SP / Z1
8852
853
Look-up PLU Button Text / Color
SP / Z1
8853
854
Table Plan
SP / Z1 / X
8854
855
Color
SP / Z1
8855
856
Look-up Screen Layout
SP / Z1
8856
8222
Changed PLU Send
SP / Z1
8222
8292
Changed Customer File Send
SP / Z1
8292
8800
Initialize IRC
SP
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8888
Flash ROM Update (Master to Satellite)
SP
8888
8899
Program All Data (Download)
SP
8899
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ENGINEER PROGRAM LIST
9901
Engineer Diagnostics
SP
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EPROM Information
SP
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Initialize Text
SP
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Set Standard Touch Layout
SP
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Clear from Last PLU
SP
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Initialize Track Data
SP
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9913
Initialize Text (USA)
SP
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9920
Printer Test
SP
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9930
IRC Busy Test
SP
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9940
Modem Set-up
SP
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9996
Easy Set-up
SP
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9997
Initial Look-up Layout (not listed)
SP
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9998
Initialize All Data for Demo (not listed)
SP
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9999
Initialize All Data (factory default)
SP
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99123
Set up Default Screen Saver (not listed)
SP
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BEFORE INSTALLATION
Power Supply
All terminals must be connected to AC power placed on the same ground level. If terminals are connected to
other AC lines, the electric potential difference on the ground line can damage the interface circuit and cause
communication errors. Do not connect to the same circuit where other machines that may cause electrical line
noise are connected. Use power conditioning at each terminal and printer on the IRC network.
Battery Charge
A battery is installed in your POS terminal to maintain program contents for approximately three months. If
discharged during transport, the battery should be recharged before you begin using the POS terminal. Turn the
power switch on and allow the POS terminal to remain idle for one day.
Place of Installation
Do not install the POS terminal in extremely hot or cold environments, in places exposed to direct sunlight for
extended period of time, or in places where there is direct contact with excessive dust or liquid.
Installation of IRC Line
Use shielded twisted pair cabling for the IRC line and endure that all communication wiring confirms to the
protocol outlined in the Ethernet POS Network Guide manual. When using RS-485 IRC, terminating resistors
must be attached to resolve communication errors. Do not connect/disconnect any cables while the POS terminal
power switch is "ON".
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II. INITIAL SET-UP
After setting up the hardware, you must perform a few basic start-up procedures to prepare your POS
terminals for programming. These steps execute initialization procedures, which both reduce the risk
of file corruption and load basic information to simplify your program entries.
Perform the following start-up procedures at every individual terminal before you begin entering
information specific to your customer’s application:
Engineer Code Sign-on
Engineer Programs
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SP-9999 Load Standard Program
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SP-9902 ROM Test with version & checksum
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SP-9913 Initialize Text (USA)
Set Communications for Uninet (Ethernet)
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SP-201 IP Addresses
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SP-112 Maximums
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Set Communications for RS-485
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SP-112 Maximums
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SP-8800 Initialize IRC
This section provides the steps to use for each of the above start-up procedures. It then covers the Easy
Set-up commands, which help you set parameters for any peripheral devices installed on your system.
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KEYLOCK
The keylock helps control access to your terminal operations and programs. Three standard keys (X, Z,
and S) and one optional key (R) control access to the keylock positions, as shown in the following
illustration.
Lock:
R:
X:
Z1/P:
Z2:
SP:
(IR):
Off / Idle mode
Registration mode
X (Read only) Reports, Cash Declaration, programming
Z1 (Read & Reset) Reports, programming
Z2 (Read & Reset) Period-to-date Reports
System Programming
Initial Reset, Calibration (not labeled)
You can restrict access to the keylock functions through several programs. SP-181 helps you control
access to available reports, and SP-182 helps you control access to system programs. SP-123 decides
which clerks can access the reports and programs. System Function Flag SF-17F can also be set to
require engineer code sign-on for program access.
For the programming procedures in this section, and throughout this manual, turn the keylock to the
SP position.
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START-UP PROCEDURES
The start-up procedures help prepare your POS terminals for application programming. Before you
begin programming, you must perform these procedures at every individual terminal on your system.
Note that the procedure for Uninet (Ethernet) set-up differs from RS-485 set-up. Uninet set-up requires
a specific sequence, which allocates memory to communications before you begin programming. You
must perform the Uninet set-up procedures before entering application programming; if you do not,
RAM memory will not be properly allocated, and your Ethernet communications will not function.
1. Sign on Engineer Code
2. Perform the following Engineer Programs:
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SP-9999
SP-9902
SP-9913
Destructive RAM test (RAM Clear)
Load Standard Program
ROM Test with version & checksum
Initialize Text (USA)
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SP-200 Identifiers
SP-201 IP Addresses
SP-112 Maximums
Sign off
Power off & on
Sign on
Select IRC functions
SP-8800 Initialize IRC
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SP-200 Identifiers
SP-112 Maximums
SP-8800 Initialize IRC
ENGINEER (Clerk) Code Sign-on
The engineer code is a default clerk number that can access all programs. You can sign on the engineer
code in any keylock position; however the engineer code is not valid for R mode operations, and Z
reports do not reset while the engineer code is signed on. Use the following procedure to sign on the
engineer code for the start-up procedures.
Note:
System Flag SF-17F can be set to allow program access only while the engineer
code is signed on. Do not give the engineer code to your customers.
1. Turn the keylock to SP position.
2. Enter the engineer code number (25451855).
3. Touch CLERK ID.
4. When you are ready to sign off, touch CLERK ID without a code number.
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ENGINEER PROGRAMS
SP-9901 Destructive RAM Test (RAM Clear)
This command clears RAM memory and erases any possible distortion. You must run this command
as part of initial set-up and any time you increase or change the RAM in a terminal.
1. Turn the keylock to SP position.
2. Sign on the engineer code. (Enter the engineer code and touch CLERK ID.)
3. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3. If the list of programs already appears, skip to
Step 3.
4. Select SP-9901 Engineer Diagnostics and touch ENTER.
5. Select Destructive RAM Test and touch ENTER.
The test takes a few seconds. The screen changes from RAM Test to RAM# (address) when
the test finishes.
6. When the test finishes, touch CLEAR.
When that finishes, you hear four beeps, and the Touch Screen Calibration screen displays.
7. Use a dull pointed object to gently touch the cross point in A. Do not use your finger or a
sharp object. You will hear a beep to confirm the calibration.
8. Repeat for cross point B. You will hear two beeps to confirm the calibration.
The system now performs an Initial Reset. When complete, the screen displays an “IR
done” message.
9. Enter the engineer code number and touch CLERK ID to sign on the engineer.
The programming menu now displays.
10. From here, continue to the SP-9999 Set Standard Program procedure on the next page.
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SP-9999 Initialize Data & Load Standard Program
This command is part of the initial start-up procedure. After you perform a destructive RAM test
/RAM Clear use this command to initialize applicable program data and load the standard (default)
program.
1. Turn the keylock to SP position.
2. Sign on the engineer code. (Enter the engineer code and touch CLERK ID.)
3. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
4. Select SP-9999 Initialize All Data and touch ENTER.
An “Are you sure?” prompt displays. This command erases any existing programming
entries and should be performed immediately after a RAM Clear, so do not proceed if you
are not sure.
5. Touch ENTER to run the command. (If you want to escape without running the command,
touch CLEAR.)
The command takes only a few seconds. When it finishes, a prompt asks you to enter a clerk.
6. Sign on the engineer code and touch CLERK ID.
7. Next perform the SP-9902 ROM Test.
SP-9902 ROM Test with Version & Checksum
Use this command to view a checksum for the ROMs (Boot ROM and Flash ROM) installed in your
terminal. Checksums must be identical in all terminals on your system and must match the checksum
provided by the factory for the ROM version you are using.
1. Turn the keylock to SP position.
2. Sign on the engineer code. (Enter the engineer code and touch CLERK ID.)
3. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
4. Select SP-9902 EPROM Info and touch ENTER.
The checksum and version appear at the top of your screen, on the left side.
5. Confirm that the checksum and version are correct and that all terminals have identical
checksums. Look closely at the Boot ROM information, as it displays only temporarily.
6. Continue to the Initialize Text command up procedures, on the next page.
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SP-9913 Initialize Text (USA)
Use this command to load default text and messages that appear throughout system programs. You can
later customize this text to fit your customer’s application.
1. Turn the keylock to SP position.
2. Sign on the engineer code. (Enter the engineer code and touch CLERK ID.)
3. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
4. Select SP-9913 Initialize Text and touch ENTER.
The command takes only a few seconds. When it finishes, a prompt asks you to enter a clerk.
5. Sign on the engineer code and touch CLERK ID.
6. Continue to the Communication start-up procedures, starting below, to set up Uninet
(Ethernet) or RS-485 communications.
Communications
After you perform the SP-9901 RAM Clear, SP-9999 Initialize Data, SP-9902 ROM Test, and SP9913 Initialize Text commands, you can perform the basic steps required to enable system
communications. The procedure you use depends upon the communications you use: Uninet
(Ethernet) or RS-485.
For Uninet (Ethernet) Communications
Start-up procedures are especially important for Ethernet communications; if not performed in the
proper sequence, RAM memory will not be correctly allocated.
If you are using Uninet (Ethernet), use the following steps to complete the start-up procedures. You
must complete these steps after the RAM Clear, Initialize Data, ROM Test, and Initialize Text
commands and before any application program entries.
1. Set the following System Flags in SP-113:
Set SF-45H = YES (Enable IRC communications)
Set SF-45C = YES (Enable Uninet Ethernet)
Set SF-66F = YES (Use IP addresses from SP-201)
Set SF-125H = YES (Sets this terminal as an FTP Server)
Set SF-125C = YES (User name & password handling)
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2. Complete the SP-200 Identifiers program entries (see page 30 for details).
3. Complete the SP-201 IP Addresses entries (see page 31 for details).
4. Enter your memory allocation in the SP-112 Maximums program (see page 27 for details).
5. Exit programming and power the terminal off and on.
6. Use the SP-8800 command to initialize IRC (see page 245 for details).
For RS-485 Communications:
If your system will be set up with RS-485 communications, use the following steps to complete the
start-up procedures.
1. Set the following System Function Flags in SP-113.
Set SF-45H = YES (Enable IRC communications)
Set SF-45C = NO (Enable RS-485)
2. Complete the SP-200 Identifiers program entries (see page 30 for details).
3. Enter your memory allocation in SP-112 Maximums (see page 27 for details).
4. Use the SP-8800 command to initialize IRC (see page 245 for details).
When your communications set-up is complete, continue to the Easy Set-up for Peripherals procedure,
on the next page, to perform the steps to install any peripheral equipment (receipt printers, kitchen
printers, PC, etc.) that apply to your system.
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EASY SET-UP FOR PRIPHERALS
The SP-9996 Easy Set-up procedures help guide you through the steps you use to install a PC, Receipt
Printers, Kitchen Printers, and other peripheral devices on your system.
Procedure Overview
1. Turn the keylock to SP position.
2. Sign on the engineer code. (Enter the engineer code and touch CLERK ID.)
3. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
4. Select SP-9996 Easy Set-up and touch ENTER.
5. Select the device to install and touch ENTER.
The top rows of the screen display the first set of options you can choose for this device.
LOCAL REMOTE TP-9xx
TCP
(RS232C) (RS485) (UNINET) (UNINET)
SP-9996 EASY SETUP
PAGE
UP
×
PAGE
DOWN
CLERK 001
Ø
PC COMMUNICATION
RECEIPT PRINTER
KITCHEN PRINTER
SLIP PRINTER
SCANNER
SCALE
JOURNAL DATA TRN
ROP DEVICE
CASHLESS DEVICE
EFT
PDC
COIN DISPENSER
ORD CONFIRM DISP
KITCHEN DISPLAY
ENTER
SHOW
RESULT
CLEAR
6. Select the option that applies to your device and touch NEXT.
7. Continue to select options. When you reach the last, a COMPLETE button displays (in
place of the NEXT button).
8. Touch COMPLETE to finish.
9. Touch CLEAR to return to the main screen.
10. Touch SHOW RESULT to view all settings.
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PC Communication
RS232C
FTP
SERVER
Receipt printer
LOCAL
(RS232C)
REMOTE
(RS-485)
TP-9xx
(UNINET)
TCP
(UNINET)
REMOTE
(RS-485)
TP-9xx
(UNINET)
Kitchen printer
LOCL R/K
(RS232C)
LOCAL KP
(RS232C)
TCP
(UNINET)
Button Color Explanation
Gray button, Black Text:
Selection available.
Slip printer (RS-232C)
PC SLIP
PRINTER
REMOTE
(RS-485)
LOCAL
(RS232C)
Gray button, White Text:
Scanner
SD1000
SCANNER
HC36
SCANNER
OTHER
SCANNER
Selection not available.
REMOTE
(RS-485)
Scale
DS-980
Uniwell IF
W
ICL
CAS PD-1
PROTOCOL PROTOCOL
Current selection.
CBM 233
/1000
Journal data transfer
RS232C
Green button:
UDP
Red button:
Selection occupied.
Remote operation device
ORDERMAN
EFT
WAITER
PAD
Cashless device
INFINEER
EFT for D3 type
SMART
DATATRAN
DATATRAN DATATRAN
CND debit USA debit
PDC (Peripheral Device Controller)
DATATRAN
USA PDC
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Coin Dispenser
T-FLEX
Order Confirmation Display
TEXAS
DIGITAL
Kitchen Display
QSR EPIC
Note for Peripherals using the Uninet interface:
After you use the Easy Set-up procedures, review the SP-201 program to verify that the correct IP
addresses are set.SP-9996 reverts to Uniwell-specific default parameters, so it may be necessary to
reprogram your addresses.
Note for Kitchen Printer: LOCAL R/K and LOCAL KP (RS232C)
LOCAL R/K
(RS232C)
LOCAL KP
(RS232C)
Select LOCAL R/K when one printer is used as both a local RP and a KP.
(After you touch the COMPLETE button, LOCAL RECEIPT displays instead
of LOCAL R/K.)
Select LOCAL KP for a KP when two printers are used for local KP and
local RP respectively. For local RP, select LOCAL on Receipt printer
menu.
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SP-9996 Easy Set-up Program Contents (1) - PC, Receipt Printer (RS-232C)
PC
(CH-B or
Uninet)
RS232C
(CH-B)
FTP
SERVER
(Uninet)
Receipt
Printer
(CH B~F)
LOCAL
(CH B~F:
RS232C)
CBM233/1000
TM-T88II/
III/ IV
TM-U210
Programmed Contents by SP-9996
Port selection
Baud rate, Serial
[SF-45 H,C= Y, Y]
[SF-125 H= Y]
[SF-125 C= Y]
[SF-66 F= Y]
192.168.1.(200 + IRC ID1)
Local receipt
Port selection
[SF-86 H= Y], [SF-60H= N]
[SF-90~94 D~A= NNNY]
Printer selection
Print width:
40 digits
Printer selection
Print width:
40 digits
SP-200
Machine # =
888
Branch # = 1
IRC ID = 1
Serial ID 1 = A
Separator =
2C
[SF-86 C~A= NNN]
[SF-60 G~E= YNY]
Fixed to:
19200 bps
8 bit,
non-parity,
1 stop
time-out = 2
seconds
[SF-86 C~A= NNY]
[SF-60 G~E= YNN]
[SF-86 C~A= YNY]
[SF-60 G~E= YNN]
Peripheral Setting
Recommended for PLM2000:
38400bps, 8-bit data, nonparity, 1 stop bit (depending on
software used)
[SF-90 D~A= NNNN]
[SF-31, 32]
Uninet IRC
is FTP SERVER.
Serial ID 1 Login
Programmed IP
IP from
(SP-201)
Printer selection
Print width:
48 digits
Default
Setting
Fixed to:
9600 bps
8 bit,
non-parity,
1 stop
time-out = 20
seconds
PC requires a static IP Address
within the same group of
private addresses as the POS
terminals.
- with auto cutter
- cover open detector disabled
- paper auto loading enabled
- input buffer (4K bytes)
- disable paper near end
detector
- remaining printable length =
0 cm
- "CR" operates print, line feed
- character set (all OFF)
- DTR/DSR control
- Handshaking: DTR/DSR
- Receive error: prints '?'
- Buffer Capacity: 4K bytes
- Operation busy: Off-line or
receive buffer full
- Resident Character: Alphanumeric
- DSW1 [all OFF],
DSW2 [ON=2, 5,
Others=OFF]
- 40 characters (7x9 fonts)
- Handshaking
: DTR/DSR
- Receive error: prints '?'
- Buffer Capacity: 1K bytes
- Operation busy: Off-line or
receive buffer full
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SP-9996 Easy Setup Program Contents (2) - Receipt Printer (RS-485/Ethernet)
Receipt
Printer
(CH B~F)
Programmed Contents by SP-9996
Default
Setting
Peripheral Setting
REMOTE
(CH-A:
RS485)
RS485 TP
Remote receipt
Print width: 46
Printer ID
Baud rate for
IRC
[SF-60 H=Y]
[SF-60 G~E=NNN]
[SF-60 C~A]
[SF-45 B]
[SF-86 H= N]
TP-9xx /
TCP
(UNINET)
Uninet IRC
Programmed IP
IP from SP-201
KP 1 Base
SP-201
[SF-45 H,C=Y, Y]
[SF-66 F=Y]
192.168.1.(200+IRC ID 1)
100 (i.e., set
192.168.1.100 for KP 1)
Uniwell TP
TP-922/932
Print width: 46
TCP KP TP-9xx
KP TCP Port
(SP-201)
[SF-60 G~E=NNN]
[SF-146]
9004 (fixed)
(do not change SP-201)
TM-T88II /
III / IV
TCP KP (3rd
party) printer
Print width: 40
KP TCP Port
(SP-201)
[SF-147]
[SF-149~156 C~A=NNY]
[SF-60 G~E=YNN]
9100
Fixed to:
8 bit,
non-parity,
2 stop
SP-200
IRC ID= 1
Change IP address to one
of 192.168.1.100 for KP
1~107 for KP 8.
Buffer Capacity 4K bytes
Operation busy: Off-line or
receive buffer full
TM-U210
Same as TM-88II
above
except Printer
selection
[SF-149~156 C~A=YNY]
Resident Character:
Alphanumeric
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SP-9996 Easy Setup Program Contents (3) - Kitchen Printer (RS232C)
Kitchen
Printer
(CH B~F)
LOCAL R/K
LOCAL KP
(CH B~F:
RS232C)
CBM-233/
1000
TM-T88II/III/IV
TM-U210
Programmed Contents by SP-9996
Port selection
Printer selection
Print width:
48 digits
Printer ID
Printer selection
Print width:
40 digits
Printer ID
Printer selection
Print width:
40 digits
Printer ID
Default
Setting
Peripheral Setting
[SF-90~94 D~A=YYYY]
[SF-119 C~A=NNN]
[SF-119 G~E=YNY]
[SF-41]
[SF-119 C~A=NNY]
[SF-119 G~E=YNN]
[SF-41]
[SF-119 C~A=YNY]
[SF-119 G~E=YNN]
[SF-41]
Fixed to:
19200 bps
8 bit,
non-parity,
1 stop
time-out =
2 seconds
Fixed to:
9600 bps
8 bit,
non-parity,
1 stop
time-out =
20 seconds
with auto cutter
cover open detector disabled
paper auto load enabled
input buffer (4K bytes)
paper near end detector
disabled
remaining printable length = 0
cm
"CR" operates print and line
feed
character set (all OFF)
DTR/DSR control
Handshaking: DTR/DSR
Receive error: prints ‘?’
Buffer Capacity: 4K bytes
Operation busy: Off-line or
receive buffer full
Resident Character:
Alphanumeric
DSW1 [all OFF], DSW2
[ON=2, 5, Others=OFF]
40 characters (7x9 fonts)
Handshaking: DTR/DSR
Receive error: prints '?'
Buffer Capacity: 1K bytes
Operation busy: Off-line or
receive buffer full
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SP-9996 Easy Setup Program Contents (4) - Kitchen Printer (RS485/Ethernet)
Kitchen
Printer
(CH B~F)
Programmed Contents by SP-9996
Default
Setting
Peripheral Setting
REMOTE option
(CH A:
RS485)
RS485 TP
KP
IRC Baud rate
[SF-40]
[SF-45 B]
TP-9xx /
TCP
(Uninet)
Uninet IRC
KP exists
Use programmed IP
IP from SP-201
KP 1 Base (SP-201)
[SF-45 H,C=YES, YES]
[SF-40]
[SF-66 F=YES]
192.168.1.(200+IRC ID1)
100 (=192.168.1.100 for
KP1)
Uniwell TP
TP-922/932
Print width: 46
TCP KP TP-9xx
KP TCP Port
(SP-201)
[SF-149~156 G~E=NNN]
[SF-146]
9004 (fixed)
TM-T88II
TCP KP (3rd party)
Printer selection
Print width: 40
KP TCP Port
(SP-201)
[SF-147]
[SF-149~156 C~A=NNY]
[SF-149~156 G~E=YNN]
[SF-60 G~E=YNN]
9001
TM-U210
Same as TM-88II
Above except
Printer selection
Fixed to:
8 bit,
non-parity,
2 stop,
Print
width: 46
IP address: 192.168.1.100
for KP 1 ~ 107 for KP 8
SP-200
IRC ID = 1
- Change IP address to one of
192.168.1.100 for KP 1~107 for
KP 8.
- Buffer Capacity 4K bytes
- Operation busy: Off-line or
receive buffer full
[SF-149~156 G~E=NNN]
- Resident Character:
Alphanumeric
After programming multiple kitchen printers, SHOW RESULT displays the following:
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SP-9996 Easy Setup Program Contents (6) - Other Peripherals
Peripherals
Journal
Transfer
(Uninet or
CH B~F)
Journal
Streaming
UDP
(Uninet)
Journal
Transfer
(CH B~F:
RS232C)
ROP
Device
(CH B~F:
RS232C)
Orderman
Waiterpad
Programmed Contents by SP-9996
Journal
data
transfer
[SF-65 A=YES]
[SF-121 D=YES for UDP
Uninet]
Uninet IRC
[SF-45 H,C=YES, YES]
Use programmed IP
[SF-66 F=YES]
IP (SP-201)
192.168.1.(200+IRC ID - 1)
JOURNAL PC
192.168.1.233 (example)
Default
Setting
SP-200
IRC ID = 1
(SP-201)
TCP Journal Port
9333 (fixed)
Port selection
Baud rate
[SF-90~94 D~A=NNYY]
[SF-90~94 G~E]
Port selection:
Command
Method:
Remote Operation:
[SF-90~94 D~A=NYYY]
[SF-90~94 G~E=NNY]
[SF-120 H=YES]
Comm. setting
Time-out
[SF-98]
[SF-99]
Peripheral Setting
The (Journal) PC must
have a static IP Address
within the same group of
private addresses as the
POS terminals (i.e.,
192.168.1.233).
Fixed to:
8 bit,
non-parity,
1 stop
The Orderman Don is set
to 38400 bps, 8 bit, nonparity, 1 stop bit
Note:
For Scanner, Scale, Cashless Device, EFT, Coin Dispenser and Order Confirmation Display interfacing details,
please refer to the separate appendix documentation available from Uniwell USA.
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ENGINEER PROGRAMS
Many of the Engineer Programs are used as part of the initial start-up procedures. For example, you
use SP-9901 (Destructive RAM Test) to perform a RAM Clear, and then use SP-9999 Load Standard
Program to load the default application program. The following Engineer Programs are available.
SP-9901 Engineer Diagnostics
Includes the Destruction RAM Test (RAM Clear) and other tests you can use to check system
components, including the display, magnetic card reader, drawer, etc.
SP-9902 EPROM INFO
Lists the Boot ROM version and checksum, the terminal model, and software type. It also lets you
know the number of RAMs installed and whether or not the optional interface board is installed
P-9903 INITIALIZE TEXT
Sets all text to the original default settings, with the exception of some text required for the USA
market.
SP-9904 SET STANDARD TOUCH LAYOUT
Resets the sales screen layout to the default, which can then be programmed according to the
application requirements. (This command is part of SP-9999.)
SP-9905 CLEAR FROM LAST PLU
Clears the RAM area that follows the last programmed PLU. For example, if the maximum number of
PLUs set in SP-112 is 500, but you actually program only 200 PLUs, you can use SP-9905 to clear the
area for PLU #201-500 in the RAM.
SP-9909 INIT TRACKING AREA
Resets all track data.
CAUTION - All currently stored tracks will be lost.
SP-9913 INITIALIZE TEXT
Sets the text for the DataTran and other USA-specific interfaces and functions.
SP-9920 PRINTER TEST
Checks to see if connected local/remote printers are on-line and functioning correctly. Press a button
on one of the programmed printer buttons to start the test. This is available only when the printers are
installed and all necessary programming options are set.
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SP-9930 IRC BUSY TEST
Perform this test at a terminal on the IRC network to make the IRC line busy. You then to go to other
terminals on the same network and execute this program. If the IRC is functioning correctly, the
terminals should report that the line is already busy. This test is available only after the SP-8800
Initialize IRC command.
SP-9940 MODEM SETUP
Configures the modem to auto answer mode. The string is sent to the modem when it is altered and at
power on to ensure any attached modem is configured. Verify that the command string is the one
recommended for the modem you use.
SP-9996 EASY SETUP
Use this as part of your initial start-up procedure. It helps you set options for any peripherals you use:
Receipt printer, Kitchen printer, Slip printer, Scanner, Scale, Journal transfer, ROP device, Cashless
device, and EFT
SP-9997 INIT LOOKUP LAYOUT (not listed)
This command performs functions required to initialize the layout screen and helps ensure that all SP140 Look-up PLU Flag D fields are set to YES (allowing function keys to appear on the layout). Use
this command before you begin the SP-140 program.
CAUTION - This command erases all previously programmed application data.
SP-9998 INIT ALL DATA FOR DEMO (not listed)
Sets up a standard program and screen layout for demonstration purpose.
CAUTION - This command erases all previously programmed application data.
SP-9999 INIT ALL DATA
Sets up the standard, default program.
CAUTION - This command erases all previously programmed application data.
SP-99123 DEFAULT SCREEN SAVER (not listed)
This command enables the default screen saver. Also see System Flag 131.
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III. SYSTEM PROGRAMS
This section covers programs you find listed when you turn the keylock to the SP position. These
programs define your memory allocation, the PLUs you register, the clerks who can operate the
system, the payment keys, and other features and functions that make up your system.
The procedures in this section start with the keylock in SP mode.
After you turn the keylock to SP position, the screen lists available programs. To go into a program,
highlight the program name and number and touch ENTER. At this point, the screen displays options
you can set within the selected program.
Some basic keys display within the program screens:
PAGE UP
Within a displayed list, PAGE UP advances you toward the top of the list.
Within the System Flags, PAGE UP returns you to the previous flag.
PAGE DOWN
Within a displayed list, PAGE DOWN takes you toward the bottom of the list.
Within the System Flags, PAGE DOWN advances you to the next flag.
SCROLL KEYS
When a list displays, the Scroll keys move the highlight bar up and down, one
item at a time.
ENTER
This key selects the currently highlighted item. In the System Flags, ENTER
sets a YES or NO answer; touch it once to select YES and touch it a second
time to select NO.
CLEAR
Exits an option, program, or submenu. For entries not yet input, such as a
number entry, you can touch CLEAR and re-enter the correct information.
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BASIC PROGRAMS
SP-112 Maximums (Memory Allocation)
Use this program to divide the RAM memory between functions you are using. Your entries decide
how many PLUs, clerks, condiment groups, etc., are available as you customize your program. For
example, if you use this program to set a maximum of 50 Clerks, you can later program up to 50 clerks
in the SP-123 Clerk program. Wherever possible, set a maximum that is higher than you actually need,
so that you can easily add new items at a later date.
IMPORTANT: Changing this program erases any existing data in the tracks and in the
Electronic Journal; it does not, however, affect your program.
This program cannot be broadcast via IRC to the other terminals on your
system. You must enter the program information at each individual terminal,
and each terminal must have identical settings.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-112 Maximums.
4. Advance to the line of the file you are allocating and touch ENTER.
5. Enter a value for the maximum capacity and touch ENTER.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each listed file.
7. When you are ready to exit, touch CLEAR.
repeat for each file to allocate
SP
112
select field
to edit
ENTER
value
(see chart below)
ENTER
File
Standard
Allocation
Maximum w/
Max Clerk
20
255
Max PLU
200
17,706
option board
ENTER
CLEAR
Notes
Maximum number of clerks (servers, cashiers) tracked
for your application.
Maximum number of PLU items, condiments, etc.
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Track Headers
100
9999
Track Lines
1000
32000
EJF Lines
1000
65000
Look-up PLUs
18
78
Attendance
0
32000
Customer Bill
0
32000
Customer File
0
9999
Condiment Groups
25
255
Mix & Match
100
255
T-Plan Locations
0
8
T-Plan Tables
0
616
Maximum number of open checks, bills, tables, clerk
balances, and customer invoices.
Maximum number of lines available to store item information
on tracks, checks, bills, tables, etc. A “WM324 Must
Store/Close” message displays if you allocate fewer than or
reach under 100 lines.
The Electronic Journal is restricted to 450 lines per
transaction. A “Buffer Full” message displays if you try to
view a transaction with over 450 lines.
Enter the maximum number of clock-in, clock-out, and break
lines to be tracked at one time. Each time clock entry requires
one line.
Note: Do not set an unnecessarily high value for Track Headers or Track Lines. An entry
that is too high can cause the system to slow in high volume restaurants.
To calculate your entry, add the total number of clerks to the maximum number of
bills/checks that may be open at any one time. For example, if you have 100 tables,
each with 4 seats, you could possibly have 400 checks open at one time. If you have
50 clerks, you would add 50 clerks + 400 bills (checks) = 450 headers. If you want to
add a little room for expansion or for exceptions, you could set a value of 500 for
the Track Headers allocation.
For track lines, you must take several factors into consideration. For example,
consider the maximum number of items each bill/track can hold and multiply that
number by the number of headers. You can use that allocation as the possible
overall maximum number of track lines. If memory allows, increment by 50% the
number of track lines.
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SP-190 Time & Date
Use this program to set the initial time and date on your terminal. Once set, you should not have to
adjust this program, except for changes such as daylight savings.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-190 Time & Date and touch ENTER.
4. Select the Time line and touch ENTER.
5. Enter the current time and touch ENTER.
Enter 2 digits for the hour, 2 digits for the minutes, and 2 digits for the seconds. Remember
to use military time. For example, if the current time is 4:15pm, enter 161500.
6. Select the Date line.
7. Enter today’s date and touch ENTER.
Enter 4 digits for the year, 2 digits for the month, and 2 digits for the day. For example, if
today is January 2, 2007, enter 20070102.
8. When your entries are complete, touch CLEAR.
9. Touch CLEAR again if you want to leave the program menu.
MILITARY TIME
12:00 midnight = 0000
1:00 am = 0100
2:00 am = 0200
3:00 am = 0300
4:00 am = 0400
5:00 am = 0500
6:00 am = 0600
7:00 am = 0700
8:00 am = 0800
9:00 am = 0900
10:00 am = 1000
11:00 am = 1100
12:00 noon = 1200
1:00 pm = 1300
2:00 pm = 1400
3:00 pm = 1500
4:00 pm = 1600
5:00 pm = 1700
6:00 pm =
7:00 pm =
8:00 pm =
9:00 pm =
10:00 pm =
11:00 pm =
1800
1900
2000
2100
2200
2300
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SP-200 Identifiers
Use this program to set basic parameters for communications. You must enter this information at each
individual terminal.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-200 Identifiers and touch ENTER.
4. Select the line to program and touch ENTER.
5. Enter the information that applies to your system and touch ENTER.
For details about the entries, see the Identifiers Data Entries table, below.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each line of information.
7. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
Identifiers Data Entries
Machine
Branch
IRC ID
IRC Location
Serial ID 1
Enter up to 3 digits for the terminal number. This number identifies the terminal for report
collecting and for programming. It appears at the bottom of receipts.
Enter a number to identify the restaurant or store. This is required when you have multiple
locations, which might each have the same terminal numbers. The branch number appears
at the bottom of receipts.
Enter the number (1-32) that identifies this terminal for IRC communications. Every
terminal on your system must have its own unique number. (The number can be the same
one specified in the Machine field, above.)
Enter a location (optional) for this terminal. For example, if your restaurant has 2 bar
terminals and 3 restaurant terminals, you can identify “bar” and “restaurant” locations at
applicable terminals. All terminals will be on the same IRC system, but separated into
locations to simplify reporting and programming.
For maximum communication speed, do not assign more than 4 terminals per location.
Also, do not mix restaurant (System Flag 45D) and Clerk Interrupt (System Flag 45F)
terminals within a location.
Enter 1 character to identify this terminal for RS-232C communications. If your system is
set for remote IRC, only the master requires a Serial ID1, which would normally be set to
A. If your system is using a multiplexer, each terminal must have a unique ID.
Serial ID 2
This is an additional (maximum 8-character) identifier that can be set to provide added
security for multiple location handling.
Separators
Enter the character(s) that separates data fields in reports collected by PC. For software
designed for Uniwell, the default is 2C.
Delimiters
Enter the method by which data records are separated. For Uniwell software, use the
default (0D0A).
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SP-201 IP Address
Use this program to enter parameters for Uninet (Ethernet) communications. This information must be
manually entered at each individual terminal.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-201 IP Address and touch ENTER.
4. Select the line to program and touch ENTER.
5. Enter the information that applies to your system and touch ENTER.
For details about the entries, see the IP Address Entries table, below.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each line of information.
7. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
IP Address Entries
This field is the Media Access Control Address 00-50 (or 0F)-C2-xx-xx-xx.
MAC
Address
IP Address
This entry is normally programmed at the factory. It is the hardware address that identifies
this terminal within the network. 00-50 (or 0F)-C2 is fixed.
Enter the Internet Protocol Address that identifies this terminal on the Uninet (Ethernet)
network. The first three fields of this entry must be identical at all terminals. The fourth
field identifies the particular terminal (0-31 or 1-32, depending upon your entry for
System Flag SF-66F).
For example, you can enter 192.168.2.201 for Terminal 1; enter 192.168.2.202 for
Terminal 2; and enter 192.168.2.203 for Terminal 3.
IP Subnet
Enter 255.255.255.0 for this Subnet Mask field.
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KP 1 Base
If System Flag SF-66F = YES (to use programmed IP - recommended), enter an IP address
for Kitchen Printer 1. This entry is considered the “base” number for Kitchen Printer IPs.
For example, if you enter 105 for the Kitchen Printer 1 Base, the system automatically
assumes Kitchen Printer 2 is 106; Kitchen Printer 3 is 107... Kitchen Printer 7 is 111, and
Kitchen Printer 8 is 112.
If System Flag SF-66F = NO, Kitchen Printers automatically use IP numbers 100 ~ 107.
For example, Kitchen Printer 1 is 100, Kitchen Printer 2 is 101, Kitchen Printer 3 is 102...
Kitchen Printer 7 is 106, and Kitchen Printer 8 is 107.
KP TCP Port
Default
Gateway
Enter the TCP Port for third-party Ethernet printers. (Epson = 9100.)
If your PC is accessible by router, enter the router IP address here.
Enter the IP address of the PC to which terminals send report data.
Report PC
(Also see System Flag SF-125H and SF-126H.)
Enter the IP address of the PC to which terminals send journal data.
Journal PC
(Also see System Flag SF-121D.)
Enter the IP address of the PC to which terminals send the Electronic Journal.
EJF PC
(Also see System Flag SF-121C.)
Unused
Reserved for future use.
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SP-113 System Function Flags
Program 113 is made up of multiple addresses or “flags” of options that affect the general operation
and function of your system. The flags in this program each have eight possible options, which you
turn on or turn off by answering Yes or No.
Use the following procedure to select options that apply to your system.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-113 System Function Flags and touch ENTER.
4. Advance to the flag you are defining and touch ENTER.
The screen displays eight options (H through A) that apply to this flag.
5. For each option, touch ENTER to select Yes or No. The ENTER key toggles a Yes or No
answer.
6. Repeat Step 5 to define all A-H options for the flag.
7. When you are ready to leave this flag, touch CLEAR.
8. Repeat Steps 4 through 7 to select options for additional flags.
9. When you are ready to exit the System Function Flags program, touch CLEAR again.
for another flag
for the next flag
SP
113
ENTER
system
flag #
ENTER
System function flag data
(h g f e d c b a)
ENTER
CLEAR
CLEAR
Touch ENTER to set YES
or NO for each option.
Note: Charts for the System Function Flag data begin on the next page. Within the
explanations, System Function Flags are referenced by number with an “SF”
abbreviation. SF-01 is System Function Flag 1, SF-200 is System Function Flag
200, etc. The individual options within each flag are identified by letter: A-H.
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System Function Flag Data
Logo
SF-01 bit
YES
NO
H Print 8 extra line feeds after the lower logo (postamble) prints.
Do not print.
G Print 4 extra line feeds after the lower logo (postamble) prints.
Do not print.
F Print 2 extra line feeds after the lower logo (postamble) prints.
Do not print.
E Print 1 extra line feeds after the lower logo (postamble) prints.
Do not print.
Selective Journal Print
D Print only total and last line data (clerk/cashier name and number,
receipt number, branch number, date, time, and keylock position.)
Print all data on Journal.
C Disable Bottom Logo (postamble) on Reports
Print Postamble on Rpts.
B Print both Graphics & Text Logos
Print only Graphics.
A Not used.
Note: You can combine values for SF-01, bits H-E, for additional line feed options. For
example, if F and E are both set to YES, three extra line feeds print after the lower
logo.
Also See: SF-60, D for Remote Receipt Printer and SF-86G for Local Receipt Printer.
LCD Control 1
SF-02 bit
YES
NO
F Display the current keylock position.
Do not display.
E Enter Sleep Mode timeout after 160 seconds.
See note.
D Enter Sleep Mode timeout after 80 seconds.
See note.
C Enter Sleep Mode timeout after 40 seconds.
See note.
B Enter Sleep Mode timeout after 20 seconds.
See note.
A Enter Sleep Mode timeout after 10 seconds.
See note.
H Not used.
G Not used.
Note: Bits A-E set the amount of time the terminal can remain idle before entering Sleep
Mode. If all bits are set to NO, Sleep Mode is disabled and the LCD always displays.
You can combine values for additional timeout selections. For example, if you set B
and C to YES, the terminal enters Sleep Mode after 60 seconds.
The maximum wait time for Sleep Mode is 310 seconds.
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Rounding Method 1
SF-03 bit
YES
H Item % affects PLU sales. Percentages update taxable subtotals.
NO
Item % does not affect
taxable subtotals.
G Not used.
VAT (Value-Added Tax) Rounding:
F NN = 5/4 Rounding (5 or greater rounds up; 4 or less rounds down)
NY = Always round up.
YN = Disable rounding.
E
YY = Singapore rounding (.01~.05 = .05; .06~.10 =.10)
Percentage Rounding:
D NN = 5/4 Rounding (5 or greater rounds up; 4 or less rounds down)
NY = Always round up.
YN = Disable rounding.
C
YY = Singapore rounding (.01~.05 = .05; .06~.10 =.10)
Item Amount Rounding:
B NN = 5/4 Rounding (5 or greater rounds up; 4 or less rounds down)
NY = Always round up.
YN = Disable rounding.
A YY = Singapore rounding (.01~.05 = .05; .06~.10 =.10)
Taxation 1
SF-04 bit
YES
NO
H Enable Add-on Tax System.
Enable VAT.
G Print Tax.
E Do not print taxable sales.
Do not print.
Print breakdown of taxes
(no tax total).
Print taxable sales.
D Calculate Add-on Tax 4 by Tax Table (SF-04H= YES).
Calculate by percent.
C Calculate Add-on Tax 3 by Tax Table (SF-04H= YES).
Calculate by percent.
B Calculate Add-on Tax 2 by Tax Table (SF-04H= YES).
Calculate by percent.
A Calculate Add-on Tax 1 by Tax Table (SF-04H= YES).
Calculate by percent.
F Print Tax Total only.
GST Taxation
SF-05 bit
YES
NO
H Enable GST (Goods & Services Tax) system for Canada.
Disable GST.
G Enable Tax-on-Tax calculation for GST (SF-05 H must = YES)
Use normal GST.
F GST Exempt in X
Enable Singapore tax handling for Tax 4 in GST & Tax-on-Tax for
Use normal GST.
Tax 1~3.
D Print Merchant ID.
Do not print.
E
C Print VAT GST.
Enable VAT Shift. Tax 1 shifts to Tax 3; Tax 2 shift to Tax 4 with
B
TAX EXEMPTION key.
A Add tax (Add-on Tax only) to Hourly Sales Report.
Do not print.
Do not enable.
Do not include tax on
Hourly Sales Report.
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LCD Control 2
SF-06 bit
YES
NO
H
Allow the 10-Key pad on the main screen to be used for manual
price, quantity, %, and adjustment entries.
G Not used.
Do not allow 10-key
entries for price, %, qty.
F Use MM/DD/YYYY format for date
Use DD/MM/YYYY.
E Reset the Receipt On/Off status to SF-06 D in REG mode.
Receipt Off stays set.
D Default to Receipt On status.
Default to Receipt Off.
C Suppress Leading Zeros (not recommended for the U.S.).
Do not suppress.
Display Subtotal on operator screen at transaction end. (The actual
tender amount or change always displays on the rear display.)
Allow new servers to recall a check or track in X with Server
A
Pickup function. (SF-37 D must = YES).
Display $0.00 on the
front display.
Original servers only can
recall a check/track.
B
Compulsions 1
SF-07 bit
YES
NO
H Require Bill # entry for Kitchen Printer items.
Do not require.
G Require Table # entry for Kitchen Printer items.
Do not require.
F Require Person entry for Kitchen Printer items.
Do not require.
E Require Server entry for Kitchen Printer items.
Do not require.
D Require Bill # entry. (Set to YES for Uninet D/T functions.)
Do not require.
C Require Table # entry.
Do not require.
B Require Person entry.
Do not require.
A Require Server entry.
Do not require.
Note: SF-07 H~E apply to Kitchen Printer items. When a Kitchen Printer item is sold, the
system prompts for required entries at store/finalize. SF-07 D-A apply to transactions.
The system prompts for required entries at store/finalize.
Compulsions 2
SF-08 bit
YES
NO
H Require Location entry for Kitchen Printer items.
Do not require Location.
Allow X key override of Kitchen Printer item compulsions. If set,
Do not allow X override.
you can turn to X position to override requirements for KP items.
Requirements for Check, Table, Bill, Person, Server, Location, and
Allow any time before
F Deposits must be entered at the start of the transaction. (Set to YES
transaction end.
for Enhanced Drive-Thru functions.)
Allow finalize without
E Allow transactions to be finalized only after a track is picked up.
STORE.
G
D Require Location entry at store or finalize.
Do not require.
C Require Location entry for Guest Checks, Bills, Tables.
Do not require.
B Require a non-add message (name, address, etc.) for Deposits.
Do not require.
A
Require Check/Table/Person/Server entries even when no Kitchen
Printer exists.
Do not require.
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Operations 1
SF-09 bit
YES
NO
H Open Drawer 1 for No Sale operations.
Do not open Drawer 1.
G Open Drawer 2 for No Sale operations
Do not open Drawer 2.
F
Clerk stays signed on in X/Z/SP menus when the LCD goes into
Sleep Mode.
E
Display list of Person Types (e.g., student, business man, child,
etc.) for selection.
Sign off Clerk in Sleep
Mode.
Do not display Person
Types; allow # persons
only.
D Display the selected Person Type on the screen.
Do not display.
C Allow sales to go negative as a result of a Discount.
Do not allow.
B Do not allow manual discount amount entries.
Allow manual discounts.
A Print CLEAR key entries on the Journal.
Do not print on Journal.
Functions in X or Z 1
SF-10 bit
YES
NO
H Allow Item Correct in Z1 keylock position only.
Allow in R position.
G Allow Item Correct in Z1 or X positions.
Allow in R position.
F Allow Refund in Z1 keylock position only.
Allow in R position.
E Allow Refund in Z1 or X positions.
Allow in R position.
D Allow Void in Z1 keylock position only.
Allow in R position.
C Allow Void in Z1 or X positions.
Allow in R position.
B Allow Discount in Z1 keylock position only.
Allow in R position.
A Allow Discount in Z1 or X positions.
Allow in R position.
Functions in X or Z 2
SF-11 bit
YES
NO
H Allow Negative % in Z1 keylock position only.
Allow in R position.
G Allow Negative % in Z1 or X positions.
Allow in R position.
F Allow Positive % in Z1 keylock position only.
Allow in R position.
E Allow Positive % in Z1 or X positions.
Allow in R position.
D Allow No Sales in Z1 keylock position only.
Allow in R position.
C Allow No Sales in Z1 or X positions.
Allow in R position.
B Allow HALO override in Z1 keylock position only.
Allow in R position.
A Allow HALO override in Z1 or X positions.
Disregard HALOs.
Note: HALOs are enabled only when B or A = YES.
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Functions in X or Z 3
SF-12 bit
YES
NO
H Allow Person changes in Z1 keylock position only.
Allow in R position.
G Allow Person changes in Z1 or X positions.
Allow in R position.
F Allow Table # changes in Z1 keylock position only.
Allow in R position.
E Allow Table # changes in Z1 or X positions.
Allow in R position.
D Allow Negative Sales in Z1 keylock position only.
Allow in R position.
C Allow Negative Sales in Z1 or X positions.
Allow in R position.
B Allow Zero ($.00) Sales in Z1 keylock position only.
Allow in R position.
A Allow Zero ($.00) Sales in Z1 or X positions.
Allow in R position.
Functions in X or Z 4
SF-13 bit
YES
NO
H Allow Menu Level changes in Z1 keylock position only.
Allow in R position.
G Allow Menu Level changes in Z1 or X positions.
Allow in R position.
F Allow Subtotal Bill in Z1 keylock position only.
Allow in R position.
E Allow Subtotal Bill in Z1 or X positions.
Allow in R position.
Allow corrections to previously stored transactions in Z1 keylock
D
position only.
Allow corrections to previously stored transactions in Z1 or X
C
positions.
Allow in R position.
Allow in R position.
B Allow Paid Out in Z1 keylock position only.
Allow in R position.
A Allow Paid Out in Z1 or X positions.
Allow in R position.
Functions in X or Z 5
SF-14 bit
YES
NO
H Allow Split Bills in Z position only.
Allow in R position.
G Allow Split Bills in Z or X position.
Allow in R position.
F Allow Cash-off (Check-out) Bills in Z position only.
Allow in R position.
E Allow Cash-off (Check-out) Bills in Z or X position.
Allow in R position.
D Allow negative adjustments in Z position only.
Allow in R position.
C Allow negative adjustments in Z or X position.
Allow in R position.
B Allow price level changes in Z position only.
Allow in R position.
A Allow price level changes in Z or X position.
Allow in R position.
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Functions in X or Z 6
SF-15 bit
YES
NO
H Allow payment of Check/Track in Z1 keylock position only.
Allow in R position.
G Allow payment of Check/Track in Z1 or X positions.
Allow in R position.
F Allow Server change in Z1 keylock position only.
Allow in R position.
E Allow Server change in Z1 or X positions.
Allow in R position.
D Allow Check/Track transfers in Z1 keylock position only.
Allow in R position.
C Allow Check/Track transfers in Z1 or X positions.
Allow in R position.
Allow Electronic Journal view of previous sales in Z1 keylock
position only.
Allow Electronic Journal view of previous sales in Z1 or X
A
positions.
Allow view of entire EJF
file in R position.
Allow view of entire EJF
file in R position.
B
Condiments
SF-16 bit
H
YES
Do not allow manual price entries for PLUs. (Manual prices are,
Allow manual price
however, possible for PLUs set with zero prices and valid HALOs). entries for PLUs.
Prompt for additional items at Check Pick-up (or Recall). This flag
G helps with the Set Menu feature, where the operator is prompted to
offer the customer the remaining course.
Treat number entries immediately before a PLU as a quantity. (A
F quantity entry is not allowed for scale items, which must be
weighed.)
E Use programmable PLU modifier values set in SP-100.
PLUs follow condiments to the Kitchen Printer. A PLU not
D directed to a Kitchen Printer follows its condiments steering to the
Kitchen Printer.
C
NO
Condiments are relayed to Kitchen Printers by their own steering
(independent of the item steering).
B Print zero priced condiments on receipt.
Do not prompt to offer
remaining courses at
Check Pick-up.
Treat number entries as
manual prices.
Use fixed values set in
the PLU program flag
(HG, FE).
PLUs do not follow the
condiment steering to the
Kitchen Printer.
Condiments follow the
PLU item steering.
Print condiment name
(but no price) on receipts.
For Condiment entry from the condiment group:
When you multiply a main PLU (e.g., 5 x Burger), each linked condiment
For both types of PLUs:
When you multiply a
main PLU (5 x Burger),
times each), allowing you to select different condiments individually.
the condiments are
A For Independent condiment PLU entry:
registered automatically
Even if you multiply a main PLU, a condiment PLU is registered with a
with the same quantity (5
quantity of 1, so condiment PLUs must be entered the appropriate number x fries).
group list displays as many times as the multiplication quantity (e.g. 5
of times.
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Clerk 1
SF-17 bit
H
G
F
E
YES
Clerk stays signed on until signed off. (SF-17 E~A must also be set
to NO.)
Clerk stays signed on after X or Z reports. (If set, clerks stay
signed on up to 5 minutes, so more reports can be run; after 5
minutes, the clerk automatically signs off.)
Require Engineer code to access programming options in the SP
key position.
Clerk signs off after 80 seconds.
D Clerk signs off after 40 seconds.
NO
Clerk signs off at the end
of each transaction.
Clerk automatically signs
off after a report.
Allow all Clerks with
approved security.
If E~A is set to NO,
Clerks stay signed on
until signed off.
C Clerk signs off after 20 seconds.
B Clerk signs off after 10 seconds.
A Clerk signs off after 5 seconds.
Note: These options can be combined. If you set C,B = YES,YES, Clerk/Cashiers sign off
after 30 seconds. When Clerk/Cashiers stay signed on, and Auto closing (SF-76
F=YES) is set, the time-out period set here is reduced by a factor of 5 (i.e. 15 / 5 = 3).
Cash Declaration
SF-18 bit
YES
Require Cash Declaration before X/Z-01, 02, 03, 04, 08, 09
H
Reports.
Require Cash Declaration before any sales reports are taken.
G
(Tracking reports do not require Cash Declaration.)
F Not used.
NO
Cash Declaration is
optional.
Cash Declaration is
optional.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Allow Cash Declaration only once.
Do not restrict Cash
Declaration.
A Require Z-01 Report after Cash Declaration.
Do not require.
Locations
SF-19 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G Identify the Location for Price Level 3 (SF-23 D must be YES).
NNN = Location 1
YNN = Location 5
F NNY = Location 2
YNY = Location 6
NYN = Location 3
YYN = Location 7
E NYY = Location 4
YYY = Location 8
Identify
the
Location
for
Price
Level
3 (SF-23 C must be YES).
D
NNN = Location 1
YNN = Location 5
C NNY = Location 2
YNY = Location 6
NYN = Location 3
YYN = Location 7
B NYY = Location 4
YYY = Location 8
A LOCATION key displays 8 locations (look-up) on-screen.
Select Location with up
to 8 LOCATION keys.
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PLUs 1
SF-20 bit
YES
NO
Use PLU menus programmed in the SP-111 PLU Menu. Any Hard
PLUs you assign to the screen in SP-850 do not display.
Use Hard PLU keys
assigned in SP-850.
H HARD PLU 1 (set in SP-850) can display:
- Drink Menu: PLU code 1 (Orange Juice) <- set in SP-111
- Lunch Menu: PLU code 5 (Coffee) <- set in SP-111
- Dinner Menu: PLU code 10 (Milk) <- set in SP-111
Do not print.
G Print Tax Symbols for PLUs.
Do not print zero prices
(only descriptions).
Condiment Group 5
When you sell a main PLU, the system automatically registers the refers to the sequential
Look-up PLU(s) listed for that PLU in the SP-122 Condiment 5
PLU # set in Look-up
PLU 1. For example, if
field. For example, you might have a Child Burger PLU that
E
automatically registers chips and a toy. The linked PLUs can be
PLU 100 is assigned to
the 3rd of Look-up PLU
either sold at a zero price or at the normal price. Also see the SP122 Condiment Group 5 field.
1 key (SP-140), enter 3 in
the Condiment 5 field.
Display Look-up PLU list on-screen until you press CLEAR. (This Clear the Look-up PLU
D
flag overrides an entry for SP-140, Flag option H.)
list upon selection.
F Print zero price PLUs on receipts.
C Center PLU tickets.
Do not center.
B Print PLU numbers on the Kitchen Printer.
Do not print.
A
Always print PLU quantity.
Do not print.
Groups/Grand Total/Clerks
SF-21 bit
H
YES
Update the group quantity by 1 when you multiply a PLU. For
example, an entry of 3 x Burger updates its group by 1.
G Reset Deposit balance with Z01/8801 Report.
NO
Update the group
quantity by the number of
PLU items sold.
Do not reset.
COOKING MESSAGE 1
After registering a PLU (Kitchen Printer) item, the COOKING
F MESSAGE key lists Cooking Instruction Group 1 (from SP-126) to key registers a Cooking 1
message.
allow the selection of a cooking instruction.
Tax does not update the
E All taxes affect the Grand Total. (Also see SF-117 H~E.)
GT.
D
Do not display secret Clerk codes in SP-123 Clerk program (for
added security).
Display clerk codes in
SP-123.
C Allow Clerks to be assigned to a hard key in X (X-103).
Require SP key for SP103 Hard Clerk program.
B Percentages affect the Grand Total.
Percentages do not
update the GT.
A Discounts affect the Grand Total.
Discounts do not update
the GT.
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Subtotal
SF-22 bit
YES
NO
H Print Subtotal.
Do not print.
G Require Subtotal before finalizing.
Do not require.
F Foreign currency updates the Cash-in-Drawer total.
Only local tender
updates the Cash-inDrawer.
E Do not print the date.
Print the date.
D Do not print the time on the receipt and journal.
Print the time.
Subtotal Rounding Type-A (SF-157 H = NO)
C NNN = No rounding
NNY = Norway 0.04/0.05: 0~4 = 0, 5~9 = 10
NYN = France 1/2 cent: 0~2 = 0, 3~7 = 5, 8~9 = 10
NYY = France 10 cent: 1~9 = 10
YNN = Denmark: 00~12 = 00, 13~37 = 25, 38~62 = 50, 63~87 = 75, 88~99 = 100
B YNY = Sweden: 00~25 = 00, 26~75 = 50, 76~99 = 100
YYN = Singapore: 1~5 = 5, 6~9 = 10
YYY = Discard: 0~9 = 0
Rounding Type-B [SF-157 H = YES]
A [NNN] Africa: 0~4 = 0, 5~9 = 5
[Others] No rounding
Price Changes
SF-23 bit
YES
NO
H Reset to the default Price Level when a transaction is stored.
Do not reset.
G PRICE SHIFT 1~3 keys act as preset keys to set Price Levels 1~3.
PRICE SHIFT lists 3
price level selections.
F Return to the Price Level defined in SP-108 after each PLU item.
Price Level remains set
until another is selected.
E Return to the Price Level defined in SP-108 at transaction end.
Price Level remains set
until another is selected.
D Print the Location (set in SF-19 G~E, D~B) for Price Level 3.
Do not print.
C Print the Location (set in SF-19 G~E, D~B) for Price Level 2.
Do not print.
B Allow automatic (timed) price level change during a transaction.
Do not allow.
A
Automatically change the price level at the time defined in the SP- Do not change
automatically.
161 Price Level Times program.
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Menu Changes
SF-24 bit
YES
H Reset to the default Menu Level when a transaction is stored.
G MENU SHIFT 1~5 keys act as preset keys to set Menu Levels 1~5.
F Return to the standard Menu Level 1 after each PLU registration.
E Return to the standard Menu Level 1 at transaction end.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
Automatically change the menu level at a time defined in SP-162
A
Menu Shift Time program.
NO
Do not reset.
MENU SHIFT displays
the five level selections.
Menu Level remains set
until changed.
Menu Level remains set
until changed.
Do not update
automatically.
Reports 1
SF-25 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
Do not print Clerk Commission on reports. (Commission is
available via PC.)
Print the Average Price per Item and Percentage of Total Sales for
F
each Group and Major Group.
G
E Calculate the average price of a round for each individual clerk.
Print Commission.
Do not print.
Do not calculate.
D Not used.
C Do not allow Sequential or Individual Reports.
B Only Non-sales Reports are available in X.
A Allow X Reports on the screen (versus on the printer).
Sequential and Individual
Reports are available.
X sales reports are
allowed.
Do not allow.
Reports 2
SF-26 bit
YES
NO
H Do not print Major Groups on X and Z-01/8801 Reports.
Print Major Groups.
G Do not print Groups (subgroups) on X and Z-01/8801 Reports.
Print Groups.
F Do not print Clerks on X and Z-01 Reports.
Print Clerks/Cashiers.
E Reset Major Groups with Z-01/8801 Report.
Do not reset.
D Reset Groups with Z- 01/8801 Report.
Do not reset.
C Reset Clerks with Z- 01 Report. (8801 never reset clerks)
Do not reset.
B Reset Cash-in-Drawer with Z- 01/8801 & Z- 03/8803 Reports.
Do not reset.
A Reset receipt number with Z- 01/8801 Reports.
Do not reset.
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Reports 3
SF-27 bit
YES
NO
H Do not include PLU numbers on reports.
Include PLU# with PLU.
G X/Z-42 Report includes the date and time each PLU was last sold.
Do not include date/time.
F X/Z-41 Report includes the date/time each PLU was last sold.
Do not include date/time.
E Reports do not show individual price levels.
Reports show levels.
D Enable 48 programmable Time Zones (set in SP-160 Time Zones). Use 24 time zones.
C After Z-01 Report, hard clerk keys cannot be used until reassigned.
Z1 Reports do not
deactivate hard clerk keys.
B Z-01/8801 Reports reset ticket numbers.
Do not reset numbers.
A
Z2-85 Deleted PLU Report does not print. After PLUs are marked
for deletion, run this report to delete PLUs from the system.
SF-28 bit
YES
Print the Z2-85 report.
NO
H Not used.
G Not used.
F Not used.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Not used.
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SF-29 bit
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
H Not used.
G Not used.
F Not used.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Not used.
SF-30 bit
H Not used
G Not used.
F Not used.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Not used.
Serial Baud Rate - Channel B
SF-31 bit
H Not used.
G Not used.
F Not used.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C BAUD Rate for RS-232C Channel B:
NNN = 38400 bps
NYY = 4800 bps
B
NNY = 19200 bps
YNN = 2400 bps
NYN = 9600 bps
YNY = 1200 bps
A
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Serial Format - Channel B
SF-32 bit
YES
NO
H RS-232 Channel B Serial/FTP forces clerk sign off.
Do not force sign off.
G Do not print a confirmation message.
Print confirmation.
F Print Z report taken from the PC.
Print confirmation only.
E Print only Z-01/02 reports when Z reports are initiated from a PC.
Print all Z Reports when Z
reports are initiated from a
PC.
D Enable Odd Parity.
Enable Even Parity.
C Enable 8 bits per character.
7 bits per character
B Enable Parity.
Non-parity.
A Not used.
Note: SF-32H depends upon the state of the terminal. In X, Z1/P, Z2, SP positions, the
serial/FTP communication forces the clerk off and starts the communication. In R
position, the serial/FTP communication stores an existing sale to a clerk if the terminal
is left in a state where the CLERK key is a valid keystroke. If the CLERK key is not a
valid keystroke, the PC will receive an "ECR busy" message.
The standard for serial RS-232C communications is C,B = YES, NO (8 bits, non-parity),
with a fixed 1 stop bit.
Serial Control - Channel B
SF-33 bit
YES
NO
H RS-232C Channel B Init Modem.
Does not.
G RS-232C Channel B Monitor DTD (Data Carrier Detect).
Do not monitor.
F Serial MSG must print for RS-232 Channel B.
Do not print.
E RS-232C Channel B block contains BCC (Block Check Character). Do not include BCC.
D RS-232C Channel B Serial Reports include 4-digit year.
Include 2-digit year.
C
Remote communications lock the Master and one other terminal
during communications.
Remote communications
are available only when all
terminals are idle.
B
Reports collected via PC have blank fields padded with zeros.
(Useful if data is imported to a spreadsheet.)
Do not send zeros.
Reports collected via PC include text along with the identifier
A codes. For example, PLUs have an identifier code (91), the PLU
number, and PLU name text.
Do not send text.
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Serial Time-out - Channel B
SF-34 bit
H
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
YES
NO
Select the Serial (RS-232C) communication time-out in seconds:
HGFE
NNNN
NNNY
NNYY
NYYY
YYYY
NNNN
YYYY
DCBA
NNNY
NYNY
NYYY
NYYY
NYYY
NNNN
YYYY
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
0.1 second
2.1 seconds
5.5 seconds
11.9 seconds
24.7 seconds
25.5 seconds
25.5 seconds
Buffered Print 1
SF-35 bit
YES
NO
Consolidate PLUs on the buffered customer receipt. Show quantity,
Do not consolidate.
price, name, and total amount. (See also SF-79A for slip printer.)
Require bill/table # for Buffer
Allow a clerk to press BUFFER PRINT to print an instant Subtotal
G
Print to issue instant Subtotal
Bill, even for transactions not assigned a bill/table number.
Bill.
Prompt to “Enter Table” to issue subtotal bill. (Applies to systems
F
Prompt to “Enter Bill.”
where SF-37 H = NO, designating a Bill Number System)
H
E Prompt for slip (at finalization) if a bill/table number is assigned.
Do not prompt.
D Print signature line for New Balance Storage.
Do not print.
Do not print zero price PLUs on the receipt. A blank line appears in
Print zero price PLUs.
place of the zero price PLU.
Print a person description on
B Print only the last selected person type on the receipt.
the receipt.
C
A Do not print the person count on the receipt.
Print the person count.
Buffered Print 2
SF-36 bit
YES
NO
Print a buffered receipt automatically at finalize (the receipt must
be turned on.)
Print a buffered receipt automatically for kitchen printer items at
G
store.
Print a buffered receipt automatically for kitchen printer items at
F
finalize.
Do not issue a buffered
receipt at finalize.
E Print a buffered receipt automatically at Store (if receipt is on.)
Do not print.
D Allow only one buffered print per transaction.
Allow unlimited buffered
prints.
C Do not print Location on buffered print.
Print Locations.
B Do not print condiments with zero prices on buffered print
Print zero priced condiments.
A Do not print cooking messages. (Always print on kitchen printer.)
Print cooking messages.
H
Do not print.
Do not print.
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Bills
SF-37 bit
H
YES
Enable the Table Number System, where the tracks use 3-digit
table numbers. (SF-115H must be set to NO)
NO
Enable the Bill Number
System, where tracks use a 6digit Bill #.
Automatically assign a bill number. (Set to YES for Enhanced
Drive-Thru functions.)
Include the 2-digit terminal number in the automatic bill/table
number, e.g., Terminal 1 issues checks 10001 ~ 19999. (Set to
F
YES for Enhanced Drive-Thru functions, unless you have only one
D/T terminal.)
Do not display items registered for a stored bill/table; display only
E
the subtotal when recalled.
Do not include terminal
number; use normal 6-digit bill
number.
D Only the assigned server or system clerk can pick up a track.
Any server can recall a track.
G
C
Automatically assign the clerk number as the server number if a
server number entry is compulsory (SF-07 A = YES)
B Open a new track if the entered number does not exist.
A
Manually assign bill/table #’s.
Display all items registered for
the bill / table.
Do not automatically assign.
Do not allow new track.
Allow up to 8 bills (max.) assigned per table number. (Set B = NO Allow only 1 bill per table
if you are using a floating track system [SF-45].)
number.
Cash Drawer
SF-38 bit
YES
NO
H Require the cash drawer to be closed during transactions.
G Open the cash drawer for transactions registered in Training Mode.
F SP-123 Clerk Flag 1E determines the drawer opening.
Open only one drawer per transaction. Once a drawer is used in a
E transaction, i.e., by partial tender, only media/ payments that use
that drawer are allowed as payment.
Allow drawer to be open.
Do not open the drawer for
Training Mode transactions.
SP-124 Media Flag 1 B,A
decides the drawer opening.
Do not restrict drawer use.
D Not used.
C Start the drawer alarm after 15 seconds. (Also set H = YES.)
B Start the drawer alarm after 10 seconds. (Also set H = YES.)
A Start the drawer alarm after 5 seconds. (Also set H = YES.)
Note: C~A can be combined for additional selections. For example, YYY = 30 seconds, YNY = 20
seconds, etc. Enter NNN in C~A if you are not using the drawer alert timer.
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Correction
SF-39 bit
YES
NO
H Do not allow cooking instructions to be deleted.
Allow cooking instruction
deletes.
G Do not allow condiments to be deleted.
Allow condiment deletes.
F
Allow only last-item corrections in R keylock position. (Other error Allow unlimited error
corrections require X position.)
corrections in R position.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Not used.
Kitchen Printers
SF-40 bit
YES
NO
H Enable Kitchen Printer 8.
KP 8 is not installed.
G Enable Kitchen Printer 7.
KP 7 is not installed.
F Enable Kitchen Printer 6.
KP 6 is not installed.
E Enable Kitchen Printer 5.
KP 5 is not installed.
D Enable Kitchen Printer 4.
KP 4 is not installed.
C Enable Kitchen Printer 3.
KP 3 is not installed.
B Enable Kitchen Printer 2.
KP 2 is not installed.
A Enable Kitchen Printer 1.
KP 1 is not installed.
Local Kitchen Printers
SF-41 bit
H
YES
NO
Local Receipt acts as Kitchen Printer 8. KP data prints first,
followed by the normal receipt.
G Local Receipt acts as Kitchen Printer 7.
F Local Receipt acts as Kitchen Printer 6.
E Local Receipt acts as Kitchen Printer 5.
D Local Receipt acts as Kitchen Printer 4.
C Local Receipt acts as Kitchen Printer 3.
B Local Receipt acts as Kitchen Printer 2.
A Local Receipt acts as Kitchen Printer 1.
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KP Control 1
SF-42 bit
YES
NO
H Do not print Category at the Kitchen Printer.
Print Categories at the KP.
G Send voids to the Kitchen Printer.
Voids do not print on the KP.
F Send refunds to the Kitchen Printer.
Refunds do not print on the KP.
E Print cooking instructions in red.
Print is normal.
Print condiments in red. (Print large characters on mono Kitchen
Printers.)
Print PLU descriptions only at the external Kitchen Printer. Only
C
PLU names print - no headers, footers, etc.
D
Print is normal.
Print PLUs and all related
information.
B Not applicable.
A
Print Voids and Refunds in red (large characters on mono) at the
Kitchen Printer.
Print is normal.
Note: If an item is relayed to the kitchen printer, and that kitchen printer is unable to print, the
back-up kitchen printer prints information in red.
KP Back-up 1
SF-43 bit
H
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
YES
Identify the back-up for Kitchen Printer 2 & Kitchen Printer 6:
NNNY = Kitchen Printer 1 acts as back-up.
NNYY = Kitchen Printer 3 acts as back-up.
NYNN = Kitchen Printer 4 acts as back-up.
NYNY = Kitchen Printer 5 acts as back-up.
NYYY = Kitchen Printer 7 acts as back-up.
YNNN = Kitchen Printer 8 acts as back-up.
Identify the back-up for Kitchen Printer 1 & Kitchen Printer 5:
NNYN = Kitchen Printer 2 acts as back-up.
NNYY = Kitchen Printer 3 acts as back-up.
NYNN = Kitchen Printer 4 acts as back-up.
NYYN = Kitchen Printer 6 acts as back-up.
NYYY = Kitchen Printer 7 acts as back-up.
YNNN = Kitchen Printer 8 acts as back-up.
NO
KP Back-up 2
SF-44 bit
H
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
YES
Identify the back-up for Kitchen Printer 4 & Kitchen Printer 8:
NNNY = Kitchen Printer 1 acts as back-up.
NNYN = Kitchen Printer 2 acts as back-up.
NNYY = Kitchen Printer 3 acts as back-up.
NYNY = Kitchen Printer 5 acts as back-up.
NYYN = Kitchen Printer 6 acts as back-up.
NYYY = Kitchen Printer 7 acts as back-up.
Identify the back-up for Kitchen Printer 3 & Kitchen Printer 7:
NNNY = Kitchen Printer 1 acts as back-up.
NNYN = Kitchen Printer 2 acts as back-up.
NYNN = Kitchen Printer 4 acts as back-up.
NYNY = Kitchen Printer 5 acts as back-up.
NYYN = Kitchen Printer 6 acts as back-up.
YNNN = Kitchen Printer 8 acts as back-up.
NO
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IRC 1
SF-45 bit
YES
NO
H This terminal is part of an IRC system (RS-485 or Uninet Ethernet) This terminal is a standalone.
G Allow floating clerks between terminals on the IRC system.
Clerks are local to this terminal.
Clerks at this terminal float between terminals that have the same
F
IRC location.
Allow floating tracks between terminals on the IRC system. (Set to
E
YES for Enhanced Drive-Thru functions.)
Clerks float between the entire
IRC system.
Tracks are local to this
terminal.
Tracks float between terminals
on the entire IRC system and
clerk track lists update all
terminals.
D
Tracks and clerk track lists started at this terminal float only
between terminals with the same IRC location.
C Enable Uninet (Ethernet).
Enable RS-485 IRC.
B Baud rate for IRC communications is 38400 bps.
Baud rate is 19200 bps.
A
Cash-in-Drawer Flash Report includes a Grand Total. (H must be
set to YES.)
CID does not have a Grand
Total.
Slip 1
SF-46 bit
YES
NO
H Enable Slip Printer.
Do not enable.
G Print logo on slip.
Do not print.
F Print 4 blank lines at the top of a slip.
E Print 2 blank lines at the top of a slip.
D Print 1 blank line at the top of a slip.
C NNN = Slip Printer 1
NNY = Slip Printer 2
B
NYN = Slip Printer 3
A NYY = Slip Printer 4
YNN = Slip Printer 5
YNY = Slip Printer 6
YYN = Slip Printer 7
YYY = Slip Printer 8
Note: Combine F~D options for additional selections. For example, you can set F=YES and
D=YES to feed 5 blank lines at the top of a slip.
Slip 2
SF-47 bit
YES
NO
H Feed 2 lines after the slip logo.
G Feed 1 line after the slip logo.
F Print up to 32 lines per slip.
E Print up to 16 lines per slip.
D Print up to 8 lines per slip.
C Print up to 4 lines per slip.
B Print up to 2 lines per slip.
A Print 1 line per slip.
Note: Combine H~G options and combine F~A options for additional selections. For example, you
can set F~A = YYYYYY to allow up to 63 lines per slip.
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Add-on Tax Exemption
SF-48 bit
YES
NO
H Automatically exempt add-on Tax 4 by person.
Do not automatically exempt.
G Automatically exempt add-on Tax 3 by person.
Do not automatically exempt.
F Automatically exempt add-on Tax 2 by person.
Do not automatically exempt.
E Automatically exempt add-on Tax 1 by person.
Do not automatically exempt.
D Prohibit manual Tax 4 exemption.
Allow manual exemptions.
C Prohibit manual Tax 3 exemption.
Allow manual exemptions.
B Prohibit manual Tax 2 exemption.
Allow manual exemptions.
A Prohibit manual Tax 1 exemption.
Allow manual exemptions.
Add-on Tax Shift
SF-49 bit
YES
NO
H Allow Tax 4 Shift (for add-on tax) in X position.
Allow in R position.
G Allow Tax 3 Shift (for add-on tax) in X position.
Allow in R position.
F Allow Tax 2 Shift (for add-on tax) in X position.
Allow in R position.
E Allow Tax 1 Shift (for add-on tax) in X position.
Allow in R position.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Not used.
IRC Reports Master 1
SF-50 bit
YES
NO
H Print individual 8809 Cash-in-Drawer 2 reports at Master.
Print consolidated totals.
G Print individual 8808 Cash-in-Drawer 1 reports at Master.
Print consolidated totals.
F Print individual 8806 Hourly reports at Master.
Print consolidated totals.
E Print individual 8805 Grand Total 1 reports at Master.
Print consolidated totals.
D Print individual 8804 Full Transaction 2nd reports at Master.
Print consolidated totals.
C Print individual 8803 Full Transaction 1st reports at Master.
Print consolidated totals.
B Print individual 8802 Auto Full Transaction 2nd reports at Master. Print consolidated totals.
A Print individual 8801 Auto Full Transaction 1st reports at Master.
Print consolidated totals.
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IRC Reports Master 2
SF-51 bit
YES
NO
H Print individual 8807 Deposit Balance reports at Master.
Print consolidated totals
G Print individual 8880 Track Total reports at Master.
Print consolidated totals
F Print individual 8842 PLU 2nd reports at Master.
Print consolidated totals
E Print individual 8841 PLU 1st reports at Master.
Print consolidated totals
D Print individual 8832 All Major Groups 2nd reports at Master.
Print consolidated totals
C Print individual 8831 All Major Groups 1st reports at Master.
Print consolidated totals
B Print individual 8822 Group 2nd reports at Master.
Print consolidated totals
A Print individual 8821 Group 1st reports at Master.
Print consolidated totals
IRC Reports Master 3
SF-52 bit
YES
NO
H Print individual 8812 Full Clerk 2nd reports at Master.
Print consolidated totals
G Print individual 8811 Full Clerk 1st reports at Master.
Print consolidated totals
F Print individual 8873/8874 Customer File reports at Master.
Print consolidated totals
E Print individual 8810 Hourly Major Group reports at Master.
Print consolidated totals
D Print individual 8838 PLU Total 2nd reports at Master.
Print consolidated totals
C Print individual 8837 PLU Total 1st reports at Master.
Print consolidated totals
B Print individual 8836 Coupon PLU 2nd reports at Master.
Print consolidated totals
A Print individual 8835 Coupon PLU 1st reports at Master.
Print consolidated totals
IRC Reports Satellite Terminals 1
SF-53 bit
YES
NO
H Print individual 8809 Cash-in-Drawer 2 reports at satellites.
Do not print individual reports.
G Print individual 8808 Cash-in-Drawer 1 reports at satellites.
Do not print individual reports.
F Print individual 8806 Hourly reports at satellites.
Do not print individual reports.
E Print individual 8805 Grand Total 1 reports at satellites.
Do not print individual reports.
D Print individual 8804 Full Transaction 2nd reports at satellites.
Do not print individual reports.
C Print individual 8803 Full Transaction 1st reports at satellites.
Do not print individual reports.
Print individual 8802 Auto Full Transaction 2nd reports at
satellites.
Print individual 8801 Auto Full Transaction 2nd reports at
A
satellites.
B
Do not print individual reports.
Do not print individual reports.
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IRC Reports Satellite Terminals 2
SF-54 bit
YES
NO
H Print individual 8880 Track Total reports at satellites.
Do not print individual reports.
G Print individual 8842 PLU 2nd reports at satellites.
Do not print individual reports.
F Print individual 8841 PLU 1st reports at satellites.
Do not print individual reports.
E Print individual 8832 All Major Groups 2nd reports at satellites.
Do not print individual reports.
D Print individual 8831 All Major Groups 1st reports at satellites.
Do not print individual reports.
C Print individual 8822 Group 2nd reports at satellites.
Do not print individual reports.
B Print individual 8821 Group 1st reports at satellites.
Do not print individual reports.
A Print individual 8811 Clerk reports at satellites.
Do not print individual reports.
IRC Reports Satellite Terminals 3
SF-55 bit
YES
NO
H Satellite prints its own report on the journal only.
Do not print to journal.
G Print individual 8882 Server Track - Satellite prints its own report. Do not print individual reports.
F Print individual 8836 Coupon PLU 2nd reports at satellites.
Do not print individual reports.
E Print individual 8835 Coupon PLU 1st reports at satellites.
Do not print individual reports.
D Print individual 8807 Deposit Balance reports at satellites.
Do not print individual reports.
C Print individual 8849 PLU Time reports at satellites.
Do not print individual reports.
B Print individual 8899 Electronic Journal reports at satellites.
Do not print individual reports.
A Print individual 8881 Track reports at satellites.
Do not print individual reports.
IRC Reports / Programming
SF-56 bit
H
G
F
E
D
C
B
YES
NO
Allow consolidated reports
Allow individual terminal reports to be requested from the Master.
only.
Allow programming of individual terminals via IRC option at the
Allow to all terminals only.
master.
Check to be sure clerks are idle before running an IRC report at the
Do not check idle status.
Master and display clerk/terminal that is not idle.
Transmit new hard clerk key assignments to all terminals in the
Do not transmit.
location - even when other terminals are operating.
Transmit new hard clerk key assignments to all terminals on the
Do not transmit.
IRC network - even when other terminals are operating.
IRC reports are by IRC
IRC reports are provided by location.
network.
Allow for the entire IRC
Allow IRC programming by location.
network only.
A Satellites print programming messages after download.
Print only at Master.
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Electronic Journal Function (EJF) 1
SF-57 bit
YES
NO
Enable the Electronic Journal. EJF information is stored in the X/ZDo not enable.
H
99 report. (Also see SP-112 to allocate EJF memory.)
Store a record of the reports taken (title and last line only - no
Do not track reports.
G
report contents) in the EJF.
F Allow displayed EJF data to be printed by BUFFER PRINT in X.
E
Allow in X or R positions.
PAGE UP in R mode (after clerk sign off) allows view of EJF data PAGE UP allows view of all
from chosen date and time. It can be printed with the PRINT key. EJF data.
D Not used.
Warn when the EJF reaches 75% full capacity. (Clerks can press
C CLEAR and continue to use the terminal at this point. A warning
appears again at 85% capacity and at 95% capacity.)
Do not display warning.
B EJF text is 48 characters wide.
EJF text is 24 characters (the
typical setting).
A Transmit EJF data to the PC as text.
Transmit as numeric data.
Real Time Rooms 1
SF-58 bit
H
YES
NO
Allow link to back office PC in real time for guest billing in a hotel
Real-time Room is not used.
environment. (Use the ROOM key to post a transaction to a room.)
G Print a signature line on the customer receipt.
Do not print.
F Automatically print a receipt for transactions posted to a room.
Do not print.
E Identify the IRC Master (must be set at all terminals):
D
C
B
A
NNNNY = ID 1
NNNYN = ID 2
NNNYY = ID 3
NNYNN = ID 4
NNYNY = ID 5
NNYYN = ID 6
NNYYY = ID 7
NYNNN = ID 8
NYNNY = ID 9
NYNYN = ID 10
NYNYY = ID 11
NYYNN = ID 12
NYYNY = ID 13
NYYYN = ID 14
NYYYY = ID 15
YNNNN = ID 16
Real Time Rooms 2
SF-59 bit
YES
H Send covers and tip detail to the PC for Room functions.
NO
Do not send covers and tips.
G Extended Timeout.
F Send clerk ID and bill number fields to the PC for Room functions. Do not send.
E Identify the IRC Back-up Master (must be set at all terminals):
NNNNY = ID 1
NYNNY = ID 9
NNNYN = ID 2
NYNYN = ID 10
D
NNNYY = ID 3
NYNYY = ID 11
C
NNYNN = ID 4
NYYNN = ID 12
NNYNY = ID 5
NYYNY = ID 13
B
NNYYN = ID 6
NYYYN = ID 14
NNYYY = ID 7
NYYYY = ID 15
A
NYNNN = ID 8
YNNNN = ID 16
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Remote Receipt
SF-60 bit
YES
NO
H Enable a Remote Receipt Printer at this terminal. Also set C~A.
Not installed.
G Specify a Remote Receipt Printer width:
F NNY = 24 character width
NYN = 30
NYY = 36
E YNN = 40
NNN = 46 (YYY also = 46)
YNY = 48 character width
D Print Graphic logo on receipts
Text logo only.
C Identify the Kitchen Printer used as the Remote Receipt Printer:
NNN = KP 1
YNN = KP 5
NNY = KP 2
YNY = KP 6
B
NYN = KP 3
YYN = KP 7
YYY = KP 8
A NYY = KP 4
Adjustment 1
SF-61 bit
YES
NO
H Adjustment 1 is negative (subtracts).
Adjustment 1 is positive (adds).
G Allow Adjustment 1 only once per transaction.
Allow multiple entries.
F Allow manual Adjustment 1 entries.
Do not allow.
E Not used.
D Adjustment 1 updates Tax Subtotal 4.
Do not update.
C Adjustment 1 updates Tax Subtotal 3.
Do not update.
B Adjustment 1 updates Tax Subtotal 2.
Do not update.
A Adjustment 1 updates Tax Subtotal 1.
Do not update.
Adjustment 2
SF-62 bit
YES
NO
H Adjustment 2 is negative (subtracts).
Adjustment 2 is positive (adds).
G Allow Adjustment 2 only once per transaction.
Allow multiple entries.
F Allow manual Adjustment 2 entries.
Do not allow.
E Not used.
D Adjustment 2 updates Tax Subtotal 4.
Do not update.
C Adjustment 2 updates Tax Subtotal 3.
Do not update.
B Adjustment 2 updates Tax Subtotal 2.
Do not update.
A Adjustment 2 updates Tax Subtotal 1.
Do not update.
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Monitoring
SF-63 bit
YES
Enable warning beeper for monitoring. (A warning beeps and a
H
journal line is highlighted with arrows and flashing characters.)
NO
Do not enable warning.
G Enable warning for Refunds.
Do not enable.
F Enable warning for Voids.
Do not enable.
E Enable warning for Corrections.
Do not enable.
D Enable warning for No Sales.
Do not enable.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Include tax lines when monitoring.
Do not include.
Buffer Print Sorting
SF-64 bit
YES
Prohibit instant subtotal bill. (Do not allow BUFFER PRINT to
H
print an instant subtotal bill when you open a track.)
NO
Allow BUFFER PRINT to
provide an instant subtotal bill.
G Print slip headers on each page of a continuation.
Do not print headers.
F Do not print set menu items to bill or buffer.
Print.
E Sorting affects all transactions. (Also set A = YES.)
Sorting affects track
transactions only.
D Sort Slip by major groups. (Also set C = YES.)
Sort slip by category.
C Enable sorting for slip.
Do not enable.
B
Sort buffered print by major group. (Also set E, A = YY.) Note
Sort buffered print by category.
that seat numbering systems (SF-79H) always sort by major group.
A Enable sorting for buffered print.
Do not enable.
Kitchen Printer (KP) and Data Streaming
SF-65 bit
YES
NO
H Advance 4 extra line feeds after items on the Kitchen Printer.
Do not advance.
G Advance 2 extra line feeds after items on the Kitchen Printer.
Do not advance.
F Advance 1 extra line feed after items on the Kitchen Printer.
Do not advance.
E Include individual PLU prices on the local Kitchen Printer.
Do not include.
Print manual price entries on an external Kitchen Printer in red
(double characters for mono printer). Also see B, below.
Display MANUAL COOKING key on the cooking instruction
C
group screen.
External Kitchen Printer price handling (combine D & B):
NY = Manual & preset prices appear in normal print.
B YY = Preset prices appear in black; manual prices appear in red.
YN = Preset prices do not print; manual prices appear in red.
NN = Do not print prices (preset or manual)
D
A Enable Journal Data Transfer.
Use normal print.
Do not display.
Do not enable.
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IRC 2
SF-66 bit
YES
NO
H
Prompt to download program changes to all other terminals on the
IRC network after a program change.
Do not prompt.
G
Automatically download the program (even if you do not make
changes) when you press CLEAR to exit a program
Do not automatically
download.
Use IP addresses defined in SP-201 Program.
F For IRC ID 1, the IP Address is 192.168.1.201; for IRC ID 2, the
IP Address is 192.168.1.202. (192.168.1 is fixed.)
Use IP addresses defined in SP200 (IRC ID 1~32: 200~231)
Satellites receive, but do not
Convert SX data to TX. Satellites receive and convert the program
convert. Set if the PC will
E data from the PC via the IRC Master. (Set if the PC must download
download program data from
SX program data to satellite terminals.)
the same Uniwell series.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Not used.
Note: If Bit F = NO, where the IP Address is determined by IRC ID, the terminal with IRC ID 1 has
IP Address 192.168.1.200; the terminal with IRC ID 2 has IP Address 192.168.1.20, etc. . (192.168.1
is fixed.)
EFTPOS Control
SF-67 bit
H
YES
NO
Check the Luhn check digit & the card expiration date for EFTPOS
Do not check.
(Electronic Funds Transfer).\
G N/A.
F
Print horizontal lines.
Print one EFT voucher with a signature line and a second voucher
with the “Please keep this for your records.”
Provide only one EFT voucher.
E Identify the Master (IRC ID) for Electronic Funds Transfer:
D
C
B
A
NNNNY = ID 1
NNNYN = ID 2
NNNYY = ID 3
NNYNN = ID 4
NNYNY = ID 5
NNYYN = ID 6
NNYYY = ID 7
NYNNN = ID 8
NYNNY = ID 9
NYNYN = ID 10
NYNYY = ID 11
NYYNN = ID 12
NYYNY = ID 13
NYYYN = ID 14
NYYYY = ID 15
YNNNN = ID 16
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EFTPOS Device 1
SF-68 bit
H
YES
Enable Multi-trans for EFTPOS Device to keep dial-up line open
for a length of time, as set in the DataTran 162ML.
G Link to EFT device.
NO
Redial for each credit card
authorization for dial-up
processing.
EFT device not used.
F Reserved
E Allow only 1 gratuity entry.
Allow multiple gratuity entries
even if the DataTran has
already registered one.
D Allow gratuity entry only when the keylock is in X position.
Allow gratuity entry in R mode.
C Allow authorization code entry in R mode.
Allow entry in X only.
B Print two extra EFT vouchers with signature lines.
Do not print extra vouchers.
A
Print one extra EFT voucher with a signature line.
Do not print extra vouchers.
Smart Control
SF-69 bit
YES
NO
H Enter start date.
Start date not required.
G Enter Issue Number.
Issue date note required.
Do not pause and prompt for a signature check after printing the
F
EFT voucher.
Prompt for signature check.
E Print merchant information as address lines on the EFT voucher.
Do not print.
D Do not display card number.
Display the card number.
C Do not automatically open a batch after the Close Batch function.
Automatically open batch
unless the keylock is in X.
B
Print tip lines on the EFT voucher to allow a customer to write tip
and total amounts.
A Mask card number on second EFT copy (SF-67F = YES).
Do not print.
Do not mask on second copy.
Tickets
SF-70 bit
YES
H Enable Tickets. (Set PF-3C for ticket item.)
G
Enable Single Item. Single item entry automatically closes with
CASH / TTL 8. When ticket issue is not required, set H = NO.
NO
Do not enable.
Do not enable.
F Print a logo on the ticket. (Does not affect KP tickets SF-77E.)
Do not print.
E Print last line (clerk, date, time) on the ticket.
Include terminal, location,
receipt, and branch numbers.
D Include price on ticket. (See SF-77E for KP tickets.)
Do not include.
C Include number on ticket.
Do not include.
B Print just the first line of the 5-line upper logo on ticket.
Print 5 lines.
Print just the first line of the 3-line bottom logo (postamble) on
A
ticket.
Print 3 lines.
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Coupon PLUs
SF-71 bit
H
YES
NO
Use Total 20 memory to accumulate coupon PLU sales (quantity
and amount). If set, Total 20 cannot act as a media key.
Total 20 does not accumulate
coupon PLU sales.
G Allow coupons to drive a sale negative.
Do not allow.
F Do not print coupon PLUs on BUFFER PRINT.
Print a total for coupon PLUs
on the receipt.
E Allow a manual value (similar to an open PLU) entry for coupons. Do not allow manual entry.
D Print tickets at Store (SF-70H).
Do not print.
C Always print the Total at the bottom of the receipt.
Print when a coupon PLU is
registered.
B Not used.
A Not used.
Price Change Day Exceptions
SF-72 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G Do not automatically change the price level (SF-23A) on Saturday. Change as defined in SF-23A.
F Do not automatically change the price level (SF-23A) on Friday.
Change as defined in SF-23A.
E Do not automatically change the price level (SF-23A) on Thursday. Change as defined in SF-23A.
D
Do not automatically change the price level (SF-23A) on
Wednesday.
Change as defined in SF-23A.
C Do not automatically change the price level (SF-23A) on Tuesday. Change as defined in SF-23A.
B Do not automatically change the price level (SF-23A) on Monday. Change as defined in SF-23A.
A Do not automatically change the price level (SF-23A) on Sunday.
Change as defined in SF-23A.
Menu Change Day Exceptions
SF-73 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G Do not automatically change the menu level (SF-24A) on Saturday. Change as defined in SF-24A.
F Do not automatically change the menu level (SF-24A) on Friday.
Do not automatically change the menu level (SF-24A) on
Thursday.
Do not automatically change the menu level (SF-24A) on
D
Wednesday.
E
Change as defined in SF-24A.
Change as defined in SF-24A.
Change as defined in SF-24A.
C Do not automatically change the menu level (SF-24A) on Tuesday. Change as defined in SF-24A.
B Do not automatically change the menu level (SF-24A) on Monday. Change as defined in SF-24A.
A Do not automatically change the menu level (SF-24A) on Sunday.
Change as defined in SF-24A.
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Drive-Thru
SF-74 bit
YES
H Enable Timed Flash Group Reports.
NO
Do not enable.
G Not used.
Enable Enhanced Drive-Thru functions, with 3 terminal types:
F Order-Taker (OT), Cashier Station (CS), and Counter Terminal
(CT).
Do not enable Enhanced D/T.
E Enable Drive-Thru.
D/T functions not used.
Enter the IRC ID of the D/T Cashier terminal:
D
C
B
NNNN = ID 1
NNNY = ID 2
NNYN = ID 3
NNYY = ID 4
NYNN = ID 5
NYNY = ID 6
NYYN = ID 7
NYYY = ID 8
YNNN = ID 9
YNNY = ID 10
YNYN = ID 11
YNYY = ID 12
YYNN = ID 13
YYNY = ID 14
YYYN = ID 15
YYYY = ID 16
If FE= YY, set the Cashier Station ID at the Order-Taker that sends
A orders.
If FE= NY, set the Entry Terminal ID at the Cashier terminal that
receives orders.
Note: For Enhanced Drive-Thru, set FE = YY to enable the Order-Taker and Cashier
Station functions. For RS-485 Drive-Thru, with Entry terminal and Cashier Station
using floating tracks, set FE = NY.
Invoice / Receipt 1
SF-75 bit
YES
NO
H System clerk performs manual invoices.
Any clerk can perform manual
invoices.
G Show complimentary total on buffered print.
Do not show.
F Loyalty function prints deposits.
Do not print deposits.
E Show merchant on instant subtotal bill.
Do not show.
D Print SP-142 Invoice Lines on Buffer print.
Do not print.
Print SP-142 Invoice Lines if a transaction contains track
(bill/table) information.
Print a blank tip and subtotal lines after the normal subtotal.
B Adding a tip after the Subtotal Bill Print prints a full bill after the
tip line. This is not available for instant subtotal bill.
C
Do not print.
Do not print blank lines.
A Not used.
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Clerk 2
SF-76 bit
YES
NO
H Allow only system clerks to override compulsions.
All clerks can override.
G Enable clerk card or clerk iButton system. (R position only.)
Allow auto-closing when clerk iButton is removed. (C must be
F
YES. Also set Clerk Time-out SF-17A) for non-clerk interrupt.
Clerks use preset key or code.
Warn clerk to reconnect
iButton.
E Removal of clerk iButton performs clerk storage.
D
Do not use auto-closing.
Do not display clerk name when hard (preset) clerk keys are
assigned to the screen by SP/X-103 Hard Clerk program.
Display clerk name.
C Enable iButton/barcode. (Also set SP-117 Clerk iButton/Barcode.) Do not enable.
B Verify job codes at clock-in (log-on). See SP-123 Clerk Program.
Do not verify.
A Require job code at clock-in (log-on).
Job code entry is optional.
Kitchen Printer Control 2
SF-77 bit
YES
NO
Require bill/table entry before pressing SEND to relay to items to
the Kitchen Printer. (Also see SF-07 G, H, D, C and SF-37H.)
Print an applicable seat number for all main PLUs at the external
G
Kitchen Printer.
Redirect all KP items to the first Kitchen Printer flagged by SF-40.
F
Also print heading to indicate original KP steering.
H
Do not require bill/table.
Do not print.
Direct items to the original KP
set in SP-122.
E Print tickets at the Kitchen Printer when PLU Flag 3C = YES.
Do not print.
D Print a non-add message at the top of the receipt, slip, and KP.
Do not print message.
Print customer name (from the customer file) at top of the kitchen
C
print.
Do not print name.
B Allow track name entry and track pick-up by name.
Allow track name entry, but do
not allow pick-up by name.
A Print a separator bar (------) between items on the Kitchen Printer.
Do not print bar.
Add-on Tax
SF-78 bit
YES
NO
H Use add-on tax handling for Tax 4 (SF-04H= YES).
Tax 4 uses VAT handling.
G Use add-on tax handling for Tax 3 (SF-04H= YES).
Tax 3 uses VAT handling.
F Use add-on tax handling for Tax 2 (SF-04H= YES).
Tax 2 uses VAT handling.
E Use add-on tax handling for Tax 1 (SF-04H= YES).
Tax 1 uses VAT handling.
D Record manual tax exemption entries at storage.
Manual tax exemption is not
stored; must be done at finalize.
C Include add-on tax calculation for clerk track reports.
Do not include tax.
Do not print manual tax exemptions on receipt, bill, and buffer
B
prints. (Always print on journal.)
Print manual exemptions.
A Include tax in the subtotal when tracks are recalled (see SF-159H). Subtotal does not show tax.
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Seat Numbers
SF-79 bit
YES
H Enable Seat Number system.
NO
Do not enable.
G Do not print subtotal line of category or major group at buffer print. Print subtotal line.
F Print finalized transactions in seat order.
Print according to flags.
E Do not print seat number with seat subtotal on Subtotal Bill.
Print seat numbers w/subtotals.
Do not print time on buffered print. (See SF-22D for receipt/
D
Print time.
journal.)
C YN = REPEAT TRANSACTION prints one buffered print copy in receipt off condition.
YY = REPEAT TRANSACTION prints two buffered print copies in receipt off condition.
B NN = REPEAT TRANSACTION does not print. (Same as NY.)
Automatically print the date for each bill at midnight. Print onto the
A slip buffer, without sorting or consolidating, to provide a daily list Do not print.
of sales.
Loyalty System
SF-80 bit
YES
H Enable Loyalty System.
G
NO
Do not enable.
Include 14 extra fields (major groups, subtotal, percentages,
discounts, adjustments) in Loyalty database.
Do not send 14 extra fields to
database.
F Print Auto-buffer if Loyalty is used.
Do not print.
E Enter the IRC ID of the Loyalty Master terminal:
NNNNY = ID 1
NYNNY = ID 9
NYNYN = ID 10
D NNNYN = ID 2
NNNYY = ID 3
NYNYY = ID 11
C NNYNN = ID 4
NYYNN = ID 12
NNYNY = ID 5
NYYNY = ID 13
B NNYYN = ID 6
NYYYN = ID 14
NNYYY = ID 7
NYYYY = ID 15
A
NYNNN = ID 8
YNNNN = ID 16
This is the terminal to which
the PC is connected.
Buffer Print 3
SF-81 bit
YES
NO
H Print media extra Signature Line 1 (SP-130, text 79) at buffer print.
SP-124 Media Flag 3C must
G Print media extra Signature Line 2 (SP-130, text 80) at buffer print. also be YES.
F Print media extra Signature Line 3 (SP-130, text 81) at buffer print.
E Automatically print 2 Buffer Prints.
Do not print.
D Direct 2nd Buffer Print to External Kitchen Printer (set in C~A)
Do not direct 2nd print.
C Direct 2nd Buffer print to following External Printer:
B
A
NNN = KP 1
NNY = KP 2
NYN = KP 3
NYY = KP 4
YNN = KP 5
YNY = KP 6
YYN = KP 7
YYY = KP8
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Key Button Program Lock-out
SF-82 bit
YES
NO
H Allow amount tender entry for transactions with $.00 subtotals.
Do not allow.
G Enable counts for the following Preset Tender keys:
F NNN = no counting
NNY = Preset 1
E NYN = Preset 2
NYY = Preset 3
YNN = Preset 4
YNY = Preset 5
D Do not allow cooking instruction key programming in Z1/P.
Allow programming.
C Do not allow Look-up key programming in Z1/P.
Allow programming.
B Do not allow PLU key programming in Z1/P.
Allow programming.
A Do not allow Function key programming in Z1/P.
Allow programming.
Reports 4
SF-83 bit
YES
NO
H
Track report shows opening time of each track. Subsequent pickups show initial opening times.
Do not show opening time.
G
Recalculate the VAT amount from the taxable amount at each
satellite terminal.
Recalculate the amount
consolidated at the master.
F
Recalculate VAT amounts from the taxable subtotal when a report
is requested.
Report the VAT accumulated at
registration.
E
Print sales without VAT amount (Net Amount) on PLU and Group VAT Amount included (sales
reports.
amount is gross vs. net).
D Report headers include the date the report was taken.
Do not include report date.
Print previous day’s date on report headers under the following
criteria:
C
B
A
NNN = Reports taken up to 1 am (00:59)
NNY = Reports taken up to 2 am (01:59)
NYN = Reports taken up to 3 am (02:59)
NYY = Reports taken up to 4 am (03:59)
YNN = Reports taken up to 5 am (04:59)
YNY = Reports taken up to 6 am (05:59)
YYN = Reports taken up to 7 am (06:59)
YYY = Reports taken up to 8 am (07:59)
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EURO Currency
SF-84 bit
YES
H Enable Euro-Currency System.
NO
Do not enable.
G Always print Euro subtotal
F Always print Euro Tax. (H must be YES, SF-04G must be YES.)
Print subtotal only when Euro
currency is used.
Print only when Euro currency
is used.
EURO rounding method:
E
D
Rounding Type A (SF-157H = NO)
NNN = No rounding
NNY = Norway 0.04/0.05: 0~4 = 0, 5~9 = 10
NYN = France 1/2 cent: 0~2 = 0, 3~7 = 5, 8~9 = 10
NYY = France 10 cent: 1~9 = 10
YNN = Denmark: 00~12 = 00, 13~37 = 25, 38~62 = 50, 63~87 = 75, 88~99 = 100
YNY = Sweden: 00~25 = 00, 26~75 = 50, 76~99 = 100
YYN = Singapore: 1~5 = 5, 6~9 = 10
YYY = Discard: 0~9 = 0
C
Rounding Type-B [SF-157 H = YES]
NNN Africa: 0~4 = 0, 5~9 = 5
Others = No rounding
B Display change amount in local and Euro currency.
A Print fixed Euro symbol. (Set SF-104F) for local currency symbol.)
Print “EU” & top 2 digits of
User Text #78.
Item Counts
SF-85 bit
YES
Print main PLU item count. (Note that when a PLU allows a
H decimal quantity, and a fractional quantity is sold, the count
increases by 1.)
G
NO
Do not print count.
Add condiment PLU count to the main PLU count and print on the
Do not add to main count.
receipt.
F Not used.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Not used.
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Local Receipt Printer
SF-86 bit
YES
NO
H Enable Local RS-232 Receipt printer. (Set C, B, A below.)
Do not enable.
G Print graphics logo on local receipt printer.
Print text logo.
F ECR Character set.
Print wide logo (SP-141 prints for 30/36/40 digit printers. Set
E printer width by SF-60 G~E. Printer width 24 always uses SP-135
and 46/48 width always uses SP-141.)
Print normal logo (SP-135).
D Not used.
Printer selection (H = YES):
C
B
A
NNY = TM-T88II/III/IV
YNY = TM-U210
NYN = Printer uses CR, LF (also NYY)
NNN (others) = CBM-233/1000
Customer File 1
SF-87 bit
YES
NO
H Print customer confirmations separately.
Print with receipt.
G Print Total amount (set H = YES)
Do not print.
F Print customer address in 48 width.
Print as programmed.
E Print customer address on reports.
Do not print.
D Print access date on report.
Do not print.
C
X/Z Deleted Customer File prints only the number of deleted
customers.
Print deleted customer info and
the number of deleted
customers.
B Print 8873/8874 reports on satellite terminals.
Do not print.
A Broadcast customer file.
Do not broadcast.
German Declaration
SF-88 bit
YES
NO
H German Declaration (Customer Bill Function used).
Not used.
G Record orders printed by Declaration in customer bill memory.
Do not record.
F Exclude PLU contents in orders recorded in customer bill memory. Include PLU contents.
E Include subtotal line in customer bill memory.
Do not include.
D Not used.
C Permit Z1-15 when Clerk Open track exists.
Do not permit.
B Print Method of X/Z-96 (Sequential Customer Bill report):
NN = date: YYYYMMDD
A NY = bill # : 000001 ~ 999999
YN = table # : 001 ~ 999
YY = receipt # : 000001 ~ 999999
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Clerk 3
SF-89 bit
YES
NO
Check for and broadcast clerk track transfers to all terminals with
the same IRC Location. (G must be set to YES.)
Broadcast clerk track transfer to all terminals on the same IRC line.
When you enter Clerk Track Transfer mode, the system checks all
G terminals on the IRC line and displays a Pending Track list. Open
tracks from all terminals are transferred from the original clerk to
the new clerk, and all terminals are updated.
Do not check and broadcast by
IRC Location.
F Satellite terminal prints its own 8817 Clerk Track Report.
Does not print.
E Satellite terminal prints its own 8812 Clerk 2nd level Report.
Does not print.
H
Do not check and broadcast by
the entire IRC line.
Broadcast clerk time & attendance data (clock-in, clock-out, etc.) to Broadcast to all terminals on
all terminals with the same IRC Location. Requires C=YES.
the IRC network.
Broadcast time & attendance data (clock-in, clock-out, etc.) to all
C
Do not broadcast.
terminals on the IRC network.
D
B Require clock-in (log-on).
A
Clock-in is optional.
Display the Clerk Sign-on screen in R mode when the terminal is
idle.
Do not display.
Channel B Device
SF-90 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
CHANNEL B:
Set according to Serial Port selection in D~A:
Scale Protocol (DCBA = YNNN):
G
NNN = W protocol
NNY = ICL protocol
Journal Data Transfer Baud Rate (DCBA = NNYY)
NNN = 9600 bps
F
NNY = 19200 bps
NYN = 38400 bps
Remote Operation Device Protocol (DCBA = NYYY)
NNY = Command method
NNN = Key code method
EFT terminal selection (DCBA = NNYN)
E
YYY = Norway EFT
NYY = C-ZAM/C
YNN = C-ZAM/SMASH
YNY = Ingenico
NNY = DataTran
D
Device Selection for Serial Port:
NNNN = PC (Channel B only)
C
B
Note: Reserve Channel B for PC if a PC serial connection or
modem is used.
A
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Channel C Device
SF-91 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
CHANNEL C
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
Set according to Serial Port selection in D~A:
Scale Protocol (DCBA = YNNN):
NNN = W protocol
NNY = ICL protocol
Journal Data Transfer Baud Rate (DCBA = NNYY)
NNN = 9600 bps
NNY = 19200 bps
NYN = 38400 bps
Remote Operation Device Protocol (DCBA = NYYY)
NNY = Command method
NNN = Key code method
EFT terminal selection (DCBA = NNYN)
NYY = C-ZAM/C
YNN = C-ZAM/SMASH
YNY = Ingenico
NNY = DataTran
Device Selection for Serial Port:
NNNN = (Channel B only)
NNNY = Local Receipt Printer.
NNYN = EFT terminal
NNYY = Journal Data Transfer
NYNN = Cashless Device - Infineer Terminal
NYNY = Scanner
YNYN = Coin dispenser
NYYN = Local Slip Printer (PC printer)
NYYY = Remote operation device
YNNN = Scale
YYYY = Local Kitchen Printer
YYYN = Peripheral Device Controller
YNYY = Order Confirmation Display (OCD)
Channel D Device
SF-92 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
CHANNEL D
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
Set according to Serial Port selection in D~A:
Scale Protocol (DCBA = YNNN):
NNN = W protocol
NNY = ICL protocol
Journal Data Transfer Baud Rate (DCBA = NNYY)
NNN = 9600 bps
NNY = 19200 bps
NYN = 38400 bps
Remote Operation Device Protocol (DCBA = NYYY)
NNY = Command method
NNN = Key code method
EFT terminal selection (DCBA = NNYN)
NYY = C-ZAM/C
YNN = C-ZAM/SMASH
YNY = Ingenico
NNY = DataTran
Device Selection for Serial Port:
NNNN = (Channel B only)
NNNY = Local Receipt Printer.
NNYN = EFT terminal
NNYY = Journal Data Transfer
NYNN = Cashless Device - Infineer Terminal
NYNY = Scanner
YNYN = Coin dispenser
NYYN = Local Slip Printer (PC printer)
NYYY = Remote operation device
YNNN = Scale
YYYY = Local Kitchen Printer
YYYN = Peripheral Device Controller
YNYY = Order Confirmation Display (OCD)
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Channel E Device
SF-93 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
CHANNEL E
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
Set according to Serial Port selection in D~A:
Scale Protocol (DCBA = YNNN):
NNN = W protocol
NNY = ICL protocol
Journal Data Transfer Baud Rate (DCBA = NNYY)
NNN = 9600 bps
NNY = 19200 bps
NYN = 38400 bps
Remote Operation Device Protocol (DCBA = NYYY)
NNY = Command method
NNN = Key code method
EFT terminal selection (DCBA = NNYN)
NYY = C-ZAM/C
YNN = C-ZAM/SMASH
YNY = Ingenico
NNY = DataTran
Device Selection for Serial Port:
NNNN = (Channel B only)
NNNY = Local Receipt Printer.
NNYN = EFT terminal
NNYY = Journal Data Transfer
NYNN = Cashless Device - Infineer Terminal
NYNY = Scanner
YNYN = Coin dispenser
NYYN = Local Slip Printer (PC printer)
NYYY = Remote operation device
YNNN = Scale
YYYY = Local Kitchen Printer
YYYN = Peripheral Device Controller
YNYY = Order Confirmation Display (OCD)
Channel F Device
SF-94 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
CHANNEL F
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
Set according to Serial Port selection in D~A:
Scale Protocol (DCBA = YNNN):
NNN = W protocol
NNY = ICL protocol
Journal Data Transfer Baud Rate (DCBA = NNYY)
NNN = 9600 bps
NNY = 19200 bps
NYN = 38400 bps
Remote Operation Device Protocol (DCBA = NYYY)
NNY = Command method
NNN = Key code method
EFT terminal selection (DCBA = NNYN)
NYY = C-ZAM/C
YNN = C-ZAM/SMASH
YNY = Ingenico
NNY = DataTran
Device Selection for Serial Port:
NNNN = (Channel B only)
NNNY = Local Receipt Printer.
NNYN = EFT terminal
NNYY = Journal Data Transfer
NYNN = Cashless Device - Infineer Terminal
NYNY = Scanner
YNYN = Coin dispenser
NYYN = Local Slip Printer (PC printer)
NYYY = Remote operation device
YNNN = Scale
YYYY = Local Kitchen Printer
YYYN = Peripheral Device Controller
YNYY = Order Confirmation Display (OCD)
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Serial Format - Coin Dispenser
SF-95 bit
YES
NO
H Odd Parity
Even Parity
G 8 bits per Character
7 bits
F Enable Parity
Non-parity
E 2 Stop Bits
1 Stop Bit
D Not used.
C
B
A
Baud Rate:
NNN = 38400 bps
NNY = 19200 bps
NYN = 9600 bps
NYY = 4800 bps
YNN = 2400 bps
YNY = 1200 bps
Serial Control - Coin Dispenser
SF-96 bit
YES
NO
YES
NO
H Time-out (manual) 12.8 seconds.
G Time-out (manual) 6.4 seconds.
F Time-out (manual) 3.2 seconds.
E Time-out (manual) 1.6 seconds.
D Time-out (manual) 0.8 seconds.
C Time-out (manual) 0.4 seconds.
B Time-out (manual) 0.2 seconds.
A Time-out (manual) 0.1 second.
LCD Control 3
SF-97 bit
H Display 16 screen saver images in order. (Set SF-131H = YES.)
Display screen saver text defined in the SP-179 program. (Set SFG
131H = YES and SF-97H = YES.)
Display screen saver date and time in one block randomly. (Set SFF
131H = YES and SF-97G~H = YES.)
Do not display.
Do not display.
Do not display.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Display large font on sales scroll area.
Display small fonts.
Display rounded corners for keys.
A
To activate your change, you must turn power off and back on after
this flag selection.
Display rectangles for keys.
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Serial Format for Remote Operating Device (ROP)
SF-98 bit
YES
NO
H Enable Odd Parity for ROP.
Even Parity.
G Enable 8 bits per character.
Enable 7 bits.
F Enable Parity.
Non-parity.
E Enable 2 Stop Bits.
1 Stop Bit.
D Not used.
C Baud Rate:
NNN = 38400 bps
B NNY = 19200 bps
NYN = 9600 bps
NYY = 4800 bps
A YNN = 2400 bps
YNY = 1200 bps
Default: 8 bits, non-parity, 1 stop bit, 38400 bps.
Serial Control for Remote Operating Device (ROP)
SF-99
bit
YES
NO
H Set ROP Timeout to 12.8 seconds.
G Set ROP Timeout to 6.4 seconds.
F Set ROP Timeout to 3.2 seconds.
E Set ROP Timeout to 1.6 seconds.
D Set ROP Timeout to 0.8 seconds.
C Set ROP Timeout to 0.4 seconds.
B Set ROP Timeout to 0.2 seconds.
A Set ROP Timeout to 0.1 seconds.
Note: Combine these options for additional selections. For example, if CBA = YYY, the timeout is
set to 0.7 seconds.
Take-out System 1
SF-100 bit
YES
NO
H Enable the Take-out system.
Do not enable.
G Require destination (Eat-in, Take-out, etc.) entry at start of order.
Entry is optional.
F Do not print total sales.
Print total sales.
Do not print PLUs on X-47/48 Grouped PLU report and do not
allow Z-47/48 reports. (Z-41/42 PLU reports reset PLUs.)
Default
destination for this terminal:
D
E
C
B
A
NNNN= No Destination
NNNY= Destination 1
NNYN= Destination 2
NNYY= Destination 3
NYNN= Destination 4
NYNY= Destination 5
NYYN= Destination 6
NYYY= Destination 7
YNNN= Destination 8
YNNY= Destination 9
YNYN= Destination 10
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SF-101 bit
YES
NO
YES
NO
Print slip on TP-620 when you
press SLIP PRINT.
H Not used.
G Not used.
F Not used.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Not used.
Local Slip Printer 1
SF-102 bit
H Print slip on PC printer when you press SLIP PRINT key.
G Not used.
F Use Italic font for local slip.
Use Courier.
E Print 16 blank lines at the top of the local slip.
D Print 8 blank lines at the top of the local slip.
C Print 4 blank lines at the top of the local slip.
B Print 2 blank lines at the top of the local slip.
A Print 1 blank line at the top of the local slip.
Note: Combine E~A options for additional selections. For example, if EDC = YYY, 28 blank lines
feed at the top of the slip.
Local Slip Printer 2
SF-103 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G Not used.
F Not used.
E Advance 16 character positions from the left of a slip.
D Advance 8 character positions from the left of a slip.
C Advance 4 character positions from the left of a slip.
B Advance 2 character positions from the left of a slip.
A Advance 1 character position from the left of a slip.
Note: Combine E~A options for additional selections. For example, if EDC = YYY, 28 blank lines
feed from the left of the slip.
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Print flags
SF-104 bit
H
YES
Allow automatic buffer print of the last clerk transaction with the
BUFFER PRINT key. (SF-17H =YES; SF-17E~A = NO.)
NO
Do not allow.
G Not used.
F
Print local currency symbol from User Text 113 (for subtotal,
change, tax, etc.).
Do not print.
E
Do not print customer names manually entered for reservations in
Table Plan. (Names entered for customer invoices always print.)
Print manually-entered
customer name.
D Print current charge. (SF-36 G,E = YES)
Do not print.
C Do not print receipt for No Sales.
Print No Sale receipt.
B Print VAT taxable and tax amounts on subtotal bill.
Do not print.
A Print all foreign currency media on subtotal bill.
Do not print.
Operations 2
SF-105 bit
H
YES
Display Clerk track list immediately after clerk sign-on. You can
press CLEAR if the list is not needed.
NO
CLERK TRACK LIST key
displays the list.
G Enable Piece Count.
Do not enable.
F Display all tracks by System Clerk.
Do not display.
E Do not display $2.00 on the Special Media screen.
Display all amounts.
D
Do not sound the key catch beeper (SP, Z2, R, X, Z1/P). Error and
Sound the key catch beeper.
warning beepers still sound.
C Not used.
B
Skip the “Create new Bill? Are you sure?” message when creating Display the confirmation
a new track.
message.
A Require check-out bill (whether or not a Slip is installed.)
Do not require.
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PLU Handling 2
SF-106 bit
YES
NO
Shift the PLU Menu to second page (programmed in SP-111). First Shift the PLU Menu to the 1st
H page shows PLUs 1~78 programmed in SP-850; 2nd page shows page. (Hard PLUs 1~78 display
PLU menu from SP-111.
on 2nd page.)
Look-up PLU menu shift on
G Look-up PLU menu shift on second page.
first page.
F Allow 4-digit multiplication system-wide.
Do not allow.
E Include a decimal (.) on the 10-key pad of Look-up PLU screens.
Include a 000 key.
Special (non-add) PLUs do NOT add to Taxable Sales, Tax,
Add to Taxable Sales, Tax,
D Media-in-Drawer, and Cash-in-Drawer. (Special PLUs always add
Media-in-Drawer, CID.
to Special PLUs and Media in Sales; never add to PLU sales.)
Category change releases after
C Category change stays set until a new category entry.
one PLU registration.
B PLU Dump information includes (X-91/92/93) code, name, price.
Includes price levels.
A 8839/8840 Special PLU - satellites print their own reports.
Consolidate 8839/8840 reports.
SF-107 bit
YES
NO
YES
NO
H Not used.
G Not used.
F Not used.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Not used.
SF-108 bit
H Not used.
G Not used.
F Not used.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Not used.
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Customer Function 2
SF-109 bit
YES
Broadcast the Customer File to terminals with the same IRC
H
Location. (SF-87A = YES)
NO
Broadcast to entire IRC system.
G Do not allow the Customer File to be created in R mode.
Allow in R mode.
Include card adjustment info (66= bbbb c a yymm
nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn)
Do not assign server number to customer invoice tracks. If set,
E servers can transfer tracks to another server regardless of SF-37D,
and SF-07A / SF-37C server compulsory settings are ignored.
Card adjustment info (66= bbbb
c yymm nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn)
Server number is valid for both
normal track and customer
invoice tracks.
D Do not print table number on customer invoice.
Print table number.
Short customer invoice with category (SF-64B = NO) or major
C
group (SF-64B=YES).
Short invoice without category
(date/balance only).
Display customer file number
in Location area.
F
B Display customer name in Location area.
Allow tracks to be created by Customer File. Check-out/Subtotal
A Bills for tracks created by customer file are called invoices.
Customer invoice includes new balance date and charge amount.
Do not allow tracks by
Customer file.
Scale
SF-110 bit
YES
NO
H Use kg. units for scale items.
Use lbs.
G Print short PLU name.
Print PLU name (32 char.)
F Enable W protocol without decimal (for CAS scale).
Use normal W protocol.
E Set Scale for:
NN NNN = Standard
D
NN NNY = USA
NY NNY = Canada
C
NY NYN = EC
YN NYY = Australia
B
YN YNN = France
A
YN NNY = Quebec
Flash Memory
SF-111 bit
H
YES
Do not automatically send Flash ROM data to satellite terminals
after updating the Master. (Send it manually via SP-8888).
Do not retry a Flash ROM download from the Master to satellites
after a communication error.
F Not used.
G
NO
Automatically download to
satellites after a Flash ROM
update at Master.
Retry the download until the
error is resolved.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Not used.
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Labor Cost
SF-112 bit
YES
Do not print cost per job on X/Z-20 Labor Cost Report (except
H
daily report).
NO
Print cost per job on X/Z-20.
G Not used.
F Not used.
E Not used.
D Use Overtime Table Rate 4 (SP-186).
C Use Overtime Table Rate 3 (SP-186).
B Use Overtime Table Rate 2 (SP-186).
A Use Overtime Table Rate 1 (SP-186).
Real Time Room 3
SF-113 bit
YES
NO
H Real Time Rooms without Bill # (SF-115H = YES)
With Bill #.
G Not used.
F Not used.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Send Room balance field to the PC when using Rooms.
Do not send.
Invoice / Receipt 2
SF-114 bit
YES
NO
H Enlarge Media (payment) print on Invoice/Receipts.
Do not enlarge.
G Enlarge Subtotal print on Invoice/Receipts.
Do not enlarge.
F
Enlarge Change print on Invoice/Receipts. (Note: Do not enlarge
Change print if you are using a Telequip Coin Dispenser.)
Do not enlarge.
E Enlarge Total Sales print on Invoice/Receipts (SF-71C)
Do not enlarge.
D Enlarge Total Discount Subtotal print on Invoice/Receipts.
Do not enlarge.
C Print double-wide Receipt number on Invoice/Receipts.
Print normal size.
B Do not print expiration date on 2nd EFT copy. (SF-67F= YES.)
Print on 2nd EFT copy.
A
Print user text #123 (SP-130), total discount amount, and 3 lines of
Do not print.
total discount messages (SP-142) on Invoice/Receipts.
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Invoice / Receipt 3
SF-115 bit
YES
NO
H Proforma Invoice System (Spain).
Normal invoice system.
G Automatically assign check numbers.
Manually assign.
F Automatically assign unique check numbers.
Do not assign unique numbers.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Not used.
Customer Function 3
SF-116 bit
YES
NO
Customer card is used to print
Confirmation of customer information (name, address, etc.) can be customer invoice. Card swipe
H
picks up the track to print
skipped by key sequence.
subtotal bill.
Customer Card (code 66) can only be used for pick up of customer Allow manual pick-up of
G
invoice.
customer invoice.
F Default search by name.
Default by customer number.
E Not used.
D
Automatically print a customer confirmation (items, signature line)
Do not print automatically.
when tracks are transferred to a customer invoice by CHARGE.
C Advance 1 line space after name.
Do not advance.
Print customer information set in SP-192 Customer File as the
invoice header. (Not available for 24-digit formats.)
B
NY = Print invoice header on left.
YN = Print invoice header on right.
NN = Print customer name in center and Address 1~4
A
Phone/VAT print on left (conventional)
Taxation 2
SF-117 bit
YES
NO
H Tax 4 (VAT & Add-on) affects the Grand Total.
Tax 4 does not update the GT.
G Tax 3 (VAT & Add-on) affects the Grand Total.
Tax 3 does not update the GT.
F Tax 2 (VAT & Add-on) affects the Grand Total.
Tax 2 does not update the GT.
E Tax 1 (VAT & Add-on) affects the Grand Total.
Tax 1 does not update the GT.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Not used.
Note: If SF-21E = YES (Add-on tax affects GT), tax updates the GT regardless of your entry here.
If SF-21E = NO, this flag prevails
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Reports 5
SF-118 bit
YES
NO
H Print Tax Sales + Tax on X/Z- 01~04 Reports.
Do not print.
G Print Person Average Sales on X/Z-01~04 Reports.
Do not print.
F Do not print Person count on X/Z-01~04 Reports.
Print.
Print Average price per item and % of total sales on X/Z- 41~46
E
PLU Reports.
Do not print.
D Increase Z counters after Z-01/02 Reports only.
Increase after every Z report.
Display Warning Message 175 before a Z Clerk report if open
C
tracks (orders) exists.
Do not display the warning
message if open tracks exist.
B Not used.
A Not used.
Local KP 2
SF-119 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G Local Kitchen Printer Character Width:
NNY = 24 character width
F NYN = 30 character width
NYY = 36 character width
YNN = 40 character width
E NNN = 46 character width (also YYY)
YNY = 48 character width
D Not used.
C Local Kitchen Printer Selection:
NNN = CBM-233/1000 (default)
B NNY = TM-T888II/III/IV
YNY = TM-U210
A NYN = Printer uses CR, LF (also NYY)
Remote Operation Device (ROP)
SF-120 bit
YES
Enable Remote Operation Device. (Also set one of SF-90~SF-94
H
D~A, as required.)
Lock the terminal and wait for data from ROP when a time-out
G
occurs.
At clerk sign-off, automatically close bills/tables by New Balance.
F If bills/tables are not used, the transaction is not closed by New
Balance, but stored in clerk memory.
E A new person count entry overwrites a previous entry.
NO
Do not enable.
Display error message, but do
not lock terminal.
Do not close bill/table by New
Balance, but store in clerk
memory.
New counts add to previous
counts.
D Not used.
C Condiments use their own category.
Do not use own category.
B Not used.
A Not used.
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TCP Program
SF-121 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G Not used.
F Not used.
Allow Flash ROM updates from the PC Client to this terminal as a
program server.
Printed journal text data can be sent to the Journal PC by UDP
D Uninet (Ethernet) communication. Also set IP address of Journal
PC in SP-201.
Allow coded Electronic Journal Function data to be sent to the EJF
C PC by UDP Uninet (Ethernet) communication. (Also set the IP
address of EJF PC in SP-201)
B Not used.
E
Do not use as program server.
Do not send Journal data via
Uninet.
Send data as text.
A Not used.
Note:
Terminals can stream data to up to two PCs or other targets that have IP addresses and
are able to interpret UDP (User Datagram Protocol) data packets. Data streaming is
available in two formats: Printed journal text data and coded EJF data.
This function allows real-time monitoring of terminals, provided you create the PC
application to receive the data and show it appropriately on the screen, especially when
you want to monitor two or more terminals at the same time.
With one PC:
With two PCs:
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SF-122 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G Not used.
F Not used.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Not used.
TCP Receipt Server
SF-123 bit
YES
NO
Allow terminals communicating via Uninet to use the local receipt
Do not allow.
H
printer (at one of the terminals) as a remote receipt printer.
G Not used.
F Not used.
Receipt Server ID:
E NNNNN = ID 1
D
C
B
A
NNNNY = ID 2
NNNYN = ID 3
NNNYY = ID 4
NNYNN = ID 5
NNYNY = ID 6
NNYYN = ID 7
NNYYY = ID 8
NYNNN = ID 9
NYNNY = ID 10
NYNYN = ID 11
NYNYY = ID 12
NYYNN = ID 13
NYYNY = ID 14
NYYYN = ID 15
NYYYY = ID 16
YNNNN = ID 17
YNNNY = ID 18
YNNYN = ID 19
YNNYY = ID 20
YNYNN = ID 21
YNYNY = ID 22
YNYYN = ID 23
YNYYY = ID 24
YYNNN = ID 25
YYNNY = ID 26
YYNYN = ID 27
YYNYY = ID 28
YYYNN = ID 29
YYYNY = ID 30
YYYYN = ID 31
YYYYY = ID 32
TCP Kitchen Printer Server
SF-124 bit
YES
NO
Allow sharing of kitchen printers when connected to terminals
communicating via Uninet. Terminals connected to printers act as
print servers for other terminals. SF-40 must be set on terminals
H that send KP data; at the KP server, SF-40 is not necessary unless Do not allow.
the server terminal itself uses the kitchen printers. (KP sharing via
a KP server requires the KP server to be connected to a Uniwell
brand RS-485 Kitchen Printer.)
G This terminal is a KP server. (Set on the server terminal only.)
This is not a KP server.
F Not used.
KP Server ID:
E NNNNN = ID 1
D
C
B
A
NNNNY = ID 2
NNNYN = ID 3
NNNYY = ID 4
NNYNN = ID 5
NNYNY = ID 6
NNYYN = ID 7
NNYYY = ID 8
NYNNN = ID 9
NYNNY = ID 10
NYNYN = ID 11
NYNYY = ID 12
NYYNN = ID 13
NYYNY = ID 14
NYYYN = ID 15
NYYYY = ID 16
YNNNN = ID 17
YNNNY = ID 18
YNNYN = ID 19
YNNYY = ID 20
YNYNN = ID 21
YNYNY = ID 22
YNYYN = ID 23
YNYYY = ID 24
YYNNN = ID 25
YYNNY = ID 26
YYNYN = ID 27
YYNYY = ID 28
YYYNN = ID 29
YYYNY = ID 30
YYYYN = ID 31
YYYYY = ID 32
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TCP FTP Control 1
SF-125 bit
YES
NO
H This terminal is an FTP Server.
This is not an FTP Server.
G Include EJF code with text on X/Z- 99 Electronic Journal Report.
Provide a header for EJF reports (to provide compatibility with
F
SM4W - Stock Master for Windows).
Include EJF code only.
E EJF report header has CR, LF.
Do not include CR, LF.
D Simple file name (such as X01.REP).
C
Allow Serial ID1 as user name and Serial ID 2 as password
programmed by SP-200.
Do not provide header.
Complex file name
(X01_0001005.REP report
number, ECR 005 in branch 1)
Allow Serial ID1 with branch
& terminal number as user
name and Serial ID2 as SP-200
password.
B No administrator.
Administrator.
A No Engineer.
Engineer.
Note: In addition to ID 1 login, Administrator and Engineer data are built into the FTP server.
Both of these users can be denied access through B~A setting, as shown below:
[User]-(Password)-[Access rights]
[SERIAL ID1]-(SERIAL ID 2)-[X and Z reports]
[Administrator]-(50380001254)-[X and Z reports]
[Engineer]-(25451855)-[X reports only]
TCP FTP Control 2
SF-126 bit
YES
NO
This terminal is an FTP Client, which sends reports to the FTP
server by End of Day procedure or set time (SP-167). If there is a
This is not an FTP Client.
H
program update file on the server PC, the FTP client automatically
updates its own program after sending reports to the server PC.
Use user name (Serial ID1 with
branch and machine number)
G Use user name and password programmed by SP-202.
and password (Serial ID2
programmed by SP-200).
Assorted reports go into
Send Assorted reports to a single R00 file, e.g., R00.REP or
individual report files, e.g.,
F
R00_0001005.REP (determined by SF-125D).
Z01_0001005.REP (Z-01, ECR
005, branch 0001).
Trigger all terminals to report. (Set if you want an End of Day
Trigger an individual terminal
E procedure for all terminals and want to trigger this from a single
to report.
terminal.)
Collect program update file for
D Do not collect program update file.
this terminal.
Use Assorted Report 3 (End Day 3). Reports that make up the End
C of Day procedure must be programmed into Assorted Report 3
Do not use End of Day 3
(SP-170); the assorted report to use is then identified by C~A.
B Use Assorted Report 2.
Do not use End of Day 2.
A Use Assorted Report 1.
Do not use End of Day 1.
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Table Plan Server
SF-127 bit
YES
NO
Enable the Table Server. (Must be set, even for standalones, if you use
H the Table Plan feature. You must also use Uninet and allocate memory Do not enable.
in SP-112 Maximums. )
G Not used.
F Not used.
Table Server ID:
E
D
C
B
NNNNN= ID 1/IP 201
NNNNY= ID 2/IP 202
NNNYN= ID 3/IP 203
NNNYY= ID 4/ IP 204
NNYNN= ID 5/ IP 205
NNYNY= ID 6/IP 206
NNYYN= ID 7/IP 207
NNYYY= ID 8/IP 208
NYNNN= ID 9/ IP 209
NYNNY= ID 10/IP 210
NYNYN= ID 11/IP 211
NYNYY= ID 12/IP 212
NYYNN= ID 13/IP 213
NYYNY= ID 14/IP 214
NYYYN= ID 15/IP 215
NYYYY= ID 16/IP 216
YNNNN= ID 17/IP 217
YNNNY= ID 18/ IP 218
YNNYN= ID 19/IP 219
YNNYY= ID 20/IP 220
YNYNN= ID 21/IP 221
YNYNY= ID 22/IP 222
The Table Server terminal
can monitor all table statuses
by pressing TABLE PLAN
without clerk sign-on. The
client terminal does not
permit TABLE PLAN without
clerk sign-on.
YNYYN = ID 23/IP 223
YNYYY = ID 24/IP 224
YYNNN = ID 25/IP 225
YYNNY = ID 26/IP 226
YYNYN = ID 27/IP 227
YYNYY = ID 28/IP 228
YYYNN = ID 29/IP 229
YYYNY = ID 30/IP 230 If SF-66F = YES, use
YYYYN = ID 31/IP 231 programmed IP.
YYYYY = ID 32/IP 232
IF SF-66F = NO, set IRC ID
programmed by SP-200,
where ID1 is IP200.
A
Table Plan
SF-128 bit
YES
NO
H Show Table Plan at sign-in.
Do not show.
G Not used.
F Not used.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Identify the Location first displayed for Table Plan:
NNN = Location 1
YNN = Location 5
B NNY = Location 2
YNY = Location 6
NYN = Location 3
YYN = Location 7
A
NYY = Location 4
YYY = Location 8
Table Plan Timer
SF-129 bit
YES
NO
H Change table status from “Payment” to “Cleaning” after 8 minutes.
G Change table status from “Payment” to “Cleaning” after 4 minutes.
F Change table status from “Payment” to “Cleaning” after 2 minutes.
E Change table status from “Payment” to “Cleaning” after 1 minute.
D Change table status from “Cleaning” to “Vacant” after 8 minutes.
C Change table status from “Cleaning” to “Vacant” after 4 minutes.
B Change table status from “Cleaning” to “Vacant” after 2 minutes.
A Change table status from “Cleaning” to “Vacant” after 1 minute.
Note:
With Table Plan, blue keys note “payment,” white keys note “cleaning,” and green keys
note “vacant” table status. If you want the system to change to “cleaning” status three
minutes after payment, for example, set FE = YES, YES. If you also want to change to
“vacant” status seven minutes after cleaning, set C~A = YES, YES, YES.
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Kitchen Printer Control 3
SF-130 bit
YES
H Consolidate items on the Kitchen Printer.
NO
Do not consolidate.
Use the conventional KP print format on the receipt printer. (Local
KPs and Remote KPs use the same format; items print double-wide KP print format on receipt
G and can extend over 2 double-wide lines. If not set, KP print format printers is not the same as
on the receipt printer uses a different format: no centering, no
Remote Kitchen Printers.
double-wide characters, etc.)
The “KP Error” message
The KP Error message displays with the KP name (in order) for all
displays once, even when
F
KPs with an error.
multiple KPs have an error.
E Advance 4 lines at the top of Kitchen Printer printouts.
D Advance 2 lines at the top of Kitchen Printer printouts.
C Advance 1 line at the top of Kitchen Printer printouts.
B
Print “Paid” message (User Text #158) on the Kitchen Printer
header when the transaction is closed.
Do not print.
A EPOS Alert features
LCD Control 3
SF-131 bit
YES
Enable the screen saver. (If E~A = NO, the screen saver does not
H
display.) You can set the default screen saver in SP-99123.
NO
Do not display the screen saver.
G Not used.
F Not used.
E Display the screen saver 160 seconds after clerk sign-off.
D Display the screen saver 80 seconds after clerk sign-off.
C Display the screen saver 40 seconds after clerk sign-off.
B Display the screen saver 20 seconds after clerk sign-off.
A Display the screen saver 10 seconds after clerk sign-off.
TCP FTP Control 3
SF-132 bit
YES
H Add date to file name for TCP/IP FTP reports.
Add time to file name for TCP/IP FTP. (If HG = NO,YES:
G X01_hhmm.REP. If HG = YES,NO: X01_yyyymmdd.REP. If
HG= YES, YES: X01_yyyymmdd_hhmm.REP.)
F Not used.
NO
Do not include date.
Do not include time.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
Use Interval Timer (SF-162 G~E) for FTP Periodic Program
A Download. If SF-162 G~E= NNN, Periodic Program Download is
not available.
Do not use Interval Timer.
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Clerk 4
SF-133 bit
YES
NO
Allow clerks to stay signed in after Media /New Balance. (SF-17H
Clerks sign off.
H
= NO.)
G Not used.
F Not used.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Not used.
Functions in X or Z 7
SF-134 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G Not used.
F Allow Transaction Voids in Z position only.
Allow in R position also.
E Allow Transaction Voids in Z or X positions.
Allow in R position also.
D Allow negative PLUs in Z position only.
Allow in R position also.
C Allow negative PLUs in X or Z positions.
Allow in R position also.
B Allow Deposits in Z positions only.
Allow in R position also.
A Allow Deposits in X or Z positions.
Allow in R position also.
In-Store Marking Code
SF-135 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G Not used.
F Not used.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Use Expanded UPC-E code.
Include a check digit in the PLU code.
For Source Marking Code :
YES= 8 or 13-digit code with check digit (last digit is check digit.)
NO = 7 or 12-digit code without check digit
A For non-embedded Code of In-Store Marking Code [SF137,139,141,143,145 D,C = NN]):
YES= 11-digit code (10-digit article code plus check digit)
NO = 10-digit article code without check digit
Use Normal UPC-E code.
Expanded UPC-E codes have
12 or 13 digits; normal (short)
UPC-E codes have 7 or 8
digits,
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In-Store Marking Code-1 1
SF-136 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G Not used.
F Function code of In-store Marking Code 1:
NN = 02
E NY = one of 20~29 ( Also set D~A )
YN = 37 (for publications in France)
D Function Code:
NNNN = 20
NYNY = 25
C NNNY = 21
NYYN = 26
NNYN
=
22
NYYY = 27
B
NNYY = 23
YNNN = 28
A NYNN = 24
YNNY = 29
In-Store Marking Code-1 2
SF-137 bit
YES
Automatically convert local currency in price-embedded code to
H
Euro price.
Price / weight field without check digit. (6-digit price is always
G
without check digit.)
NO
Do not convert.
Price / weight with check digit.
F Set scale item to use weight-embedded code.
Set for price-embedded code.
E Include a function code as part of the PLU code.
Do not include a function code.
D
C
B
A
Number of digits for price/weight field:
NY = Price/weight field has 4 digits.
YN = Price/weight field has 5 digits.
YY = Price/weight field has 6 digits.
NN = Non-embedded code
10th Exponent of price/weight field:
NN = x 1
NY = x 10
YN = x 100
YY = x 1000
In-Store Marking Code-2 1
SF-138 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G Not used.
F Function code of In-store Marking Code 2:
NN = 02
E NY = one of 20~29 ( Also set D~A )
YN = 37 (for publications in France)
Function
Code:
D
NNNN = 20
NYNY = 25
C NNNY = 21
NYYN = 26
NYYY = 27
B NNYN = 22
NNYY = 23
YNNN = 28
A NYNN = 24
YNNY = 29
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In-Store Marking Code-2 2
SF-139 bit
YES
Automatically convert local currency in price-embedded code to
H
Euro price for In-store Marking Code 2.
Price / weight field without check digit. (6-digit price is always
G
without check digit.)
F Set scale item to use weight-embedded code.
E Include a function code as part of the PLU code.
Number of digits for price/weight field:
D NY = Price/weight field has 4 digits.
YN = Price/weight field has 5 digits.
C YY = Price/weight field has 6 digits.
NN = Non-embedded code
10th Exponent of price/weight field:
B NN = x 1
NY = x 10
A YN = x 100
YY = x 1000
NO
Do not convert.
Price / weight with check digit.
Set for price-embedded code.
Do not include a function code.
In-Store Marking Code-3 1
SF-140 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G Not used.
F Function code of In-store Marking Code 3:
NN = 02
E NY = one of 20~29 ( Also set D~A )
YN = 37 (for publications in France)
D Function Code:
NNNN = 20
NYNY = 25
C
NNNY = 21
NYYN = 26
NNYN
=
22
NYYY = 27
B
NNYY = 23
YNNN = 28
A NYNN = 24
YNNY = 29
In-Store Marking Code-3 2
SF-141 bit
YES
Automatically convert local currency in price-embedded code to
H
Euro price for In-store Marking Code 3.
Price / weight field without check digit. (6-digit price is always
G
without check digit.)
F Set scale item to use weight-embedded code.
E Include a function code as part of the PLU code.
Number of digits for price/weight field:
D NY = Price/weight field has 4 digits.
YN = Price/weight field has 5 digits.
C YY = Price/weight field has 6 digits.
NN = Non-embedded code
10th Exponent of price/weight field:
B NN = x 1
NY = x 10
A YN = x 100
YY = x 1000
NO
Do not convert.
Price / weight with check digit.
Set for price-embedded code.
Do not include a function code.
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In-Store Marking Code-4 1
SF-142 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G Not used.
F Function code of In-store Marking Code 4:
NN = 02
NY = one of 20~29 ( Also set D~A )
E
YN = 37 (for publications in France)
D Function Code:
NNNN = 20
NYNY = 25
C
NNNY = 21
NYYN = 26
NNYN = 22
NYYY = 27
B
NNYY = 23
YNNN = 28
A NYNN = 24
YNNY = 29
In-Store Marking Code-4 2
SF-143 bit
YES
Automatically convert local currency in price-embedded code to
H
Euro price for In-store Marking Code 4.
Price / weight field without check digit. (6-digit price is always
G
without check digit.)
F Set scale item to use weight-embedded code.
E Include a function code as part of the PLU code.
Number of digits for price/weight field:
D NY = Price/weight field has 4 digits.
YN = Price/weight field has 5 digits.
C YY = Price/weight field has 6 digits.
NN = Non-embedded code
10th Exponent of price/weight field:
B NN = x 1
NY = x 10
A YN = x 100
YY = x 1000
NO
Do not convert.
Price / weight with check digit.
Set for price-embedded code.
Do not include a function code.
In-Store Marking Code-5 1
SF-144 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G Not used.
F Function code of In-store Marking Code 5:
NN = 02
E NY = one of 20~29 ( Also set D~A )
YN = 37 (for publications in France)
D Function Code:
NNNN = 20
NYNY = 25
C NNNY = 21
NYYN = 26
NYYY = 27
B NNYN = 22
NNYY = 23
YNNN = 28
A NYNN = 24
YNNY = 29
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In-Store Marking Code-5 2
SF-145 bit
YES
Automatically convert local currency in price-embedded code to
H
Euro price for In-store Marking Code 5.
Price / weight field without check digit. (6-digit price is always
G
without check digit.)
F Set scale item to use weight-embedded code.
E Include a function code as part of the PLU code.
Number of digits for price/weight field:
D NY = Price/weight field has 4 digits.
YN = Price/weight field has 5 digits.
C YY = Price/weight field has 6 digits.
NN = Non-embedded code
10th Exponent of price/weight field:
B NN = x 1
NY = x 10
A YN = x 100
YY = x 1000
NO
Do not convert.
Price / weight with check digit.
Set for price-embedded code.
Do not include a function code.
TCP Kitchen Printer (TP-9xx)
SF-146 bit
YES
NO
H Enable TCP Kitchen Printer 8 (TP -9xx).
Do not enable.
G Enable TCP Kitchen Printer 7 (TP - 9xx).
Do not enable.
F Enable TCP Kitchen Printer 6 (TP - 9xx).
Do not enable.
E Enable TCP Kitchen Printer 5 (TP - 9xx).
Do not enable.
D Enable TCP Kitchen Printer 4 (TP - 9xx).
Do not enable.
C Enable TCP Kitchen Printer 3 (TP - 9xx).
Do not enable.
B Enable TCP Kitchen Printer 2 (TP - 9xx).
Do not enable.
A Enable TCP Kitchen Printer 1 (TP - 9xx).
Do not enable.
TCP Kitchen Printer (3rd party printer)
SF-147 bit
YES
NO
H Enable TCP Kitchen Printer 8 (3rd party printer).
Do not enable.
G Enable TCP Kitchen Printer 7 (3rd party printer).
Do not enable.
F Enable TCP Kitchen Printer 6 (3rd party printer).
Do not enable.
E Enable TCP Kitchen Printer 5 (3rd party printer).
Do not enable.
D Enable TCP Kitchen Printer 4 (3rd party printer).
Do not enable.
C Enable TCP Kitchen Printer 3 (3rd party printer).
Do not enable.
B Enable TCP Kitchen Printer 2 (3rd party printer).
Do not enable.
A Enable TCP Kitchen Printer 1(3rd party printer).
Do not enable.
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TCP Kitchen Printer Control (3rd party printer)
SF-148 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G Not used.
F Do not use tall print for TCP Kitchen Printer (3rd party printer).
Use tall print.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Not used.
TCP Kitchen Printer 1 (3rd party printer)
SF-149 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G TCP Kitchen Printer 1 (3rd party printer) print width:
F
E
NNY = 24-character width
NYN = 30-character width
NYY = 36-character width
YNN = 40-character width
NNN = 46-character width
YNY = 48-character width
D Not used.
C Printer Selection:
B
A
NNN = CBM-233/1000
NNY = TM-T88II/III/IV
YNY = TM-U210
NYN = Printer uses CR, LF
TCP Kitchen Printer 2 (3rd party printer)
SF-150 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G TCP Kitchen Printer 2 (3rd party printer) print width:
F
E
NNY = 24-character width
NYN = 30-character width
NYY = 36-character width
YNN = 40-character width
NNN = 46-character width
YNY = 48-character width
D Not used.
C Printer Selection:
B
A
NNN = CBM-233/1000
NNY = TM-T88II/III/IV
YNY = TM-U210
NYN = Printer uses CR, LF
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TCP Kitchen Printer 3 (3rd party printer)
SF-151 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G TCP Kitchen Printer 3 (3rd party printer) print width:
F
E
NNY = 24-character width
NYN = 30-character width
NYY = 36-character width
YNN = 40-character width
NNN = 46-character width
YNY = 48-character width
D Not used.
C Printer Selection:
B
A
NNN = CBM-233/1000
NNY = TM-T88II/III/IV
YNY = TM-U210
NYN = Printer uses CR, LF
TCP Kitchen Printer 4 (3rd party printer)
SF-152 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G TCP Kitchen Printer 4 (3rd party printer) print width:
F
E
NNY = 24-character width
NYN = 30-character width
NYY = 36-character width
YNN = 40-character width
NNN = 46-character width
YNY = 48-character width
D Not used.
C Printer Selection:
B
A
NNN = CBM-233/1000
NNY = TM-T88II/III/IV
YNY = TM-U210
NYN = Printer uses CR, LF
TCP Kitchen Printer 5 (3rd party printer)
SF-153 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G TCP Kitchen Printer 5 (3rd party printer) print width:
F
E
NNY = 24-character width
NYN = 30-character width
NYY = 36-character width
YNN = 40-character width
NNN = 46-character width
YNY = 48-character width
D Not used.
C Printer Selection:
B
A
NNN = CBM-233/1000
NNY = TM-T88II/III/IV
YNY = TM-U210
NYN = Printer uses CR, LF
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TCP Kitchen Printer 6 (3rd party printer)
SF-154 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G TCP Kitchen Printer 6 (3rd party printer) print width:
F
E
NNY = 24-character width
NYN = 30-character width
NYY = 36-character width
YNN = 40-character width
NNN = 46-character width
YNY = 48-character width
D Not used.
C Printer Selection:
B
A
NNN = CBM-233/1000
NNY = TM-T88II/III/IV
YNY = TM-U210
NYN = Printer uses CR, LF
TCP Kitchen Printer 7 (3rd party printer)
SF-155 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G TCP Kitchen Printer 7 (3rd party printer) print width:
F
E
NNY = 24-character width
NYN = 30-character width
NYY = 36-character width
YNN = 40-character width
NNN = 46-character width
YNY = 48-character width
D Not used.
C Printer Selection:
B
A
NNN = CBM-233/1000
NNY = TM-T88II/III/IV
YNY = TM-U210
NYN = Printer uses CR, LF
TCP Kitchen Printer 8 (3rd party printer)
SF-156 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G TCP Kitchen Printer 8 (3rd party printer) print width:
F
E
NNY = 24-character width
NYN = 30-character width
NYY = 36-character width
YNN = 40-character width
NNN = 46-character width
YNY = 48-character width
D Not used.
C Printer Selection:
B
A
NNN = CBM-233/1000
NNY = TM-T88II/III/IV
YNY = TM-U210
NYN = Printer uses CR, LF
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Rounding Method 2
SF-157 bit
YES
NO
H Enable Subtotal Rounding Type-B (see SF-22C~A)
Enable Rounding Type-A.
G PLU Price Euro Rounding Type-B (see SF-84E~C)
Enable Rounding Type-A.
F Not used.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Not used.
EFT POS Device 2
SF-158 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G Not used.
F Not used.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Enable External Card Reader (EFT POS Device).
Do not enable.
B Credit/Debit Card System:
A
NY = Canada
YN = USA
NN = Non-debit system (also YY)
Taxation 3
SF-159 bit
YES
NO
H Include tax in Subtotal at PLU entry. (Also see SF-78A)
Do not include tax.
Display tax at transaction end. (SF-04 G~E has priority.) The
G
display format is the same for VAT and add-on tax.
Do not display.
F Display Tax symbol.
Do not display.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Not used.
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SF-160 bit
YES
NO
H Disable Table button.
Enable Table button.
G Disable Bill button.
Enable Bill button.
F Disable Server button.
Enable Server button.
E Disable Person button.
Enable Person button.
D Not used.
C Not used.
Do not allow New Balance if no items have been registered. This
B does not apply to ROP device transactions. (Set to YES for
Enhanced Drive-Thru functions.)
Allow even if items have not
been registered.
A Clear warning by double click.
Clear by single click.
SF-161 bit
YES
NO
YES
NO
H Not used.
G Not used.
F Not used.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Not used.
TCP FTP Control 4
SF-162 bit
H Not used.
Set interval timer for periodic program download to 40 seconds.
(SF-132A must be YES.)
Set interval timer for periodic program download to 20 seconds.
F
(SF-132A must be YES.)
Set interval timer for periodic program download to 10 seconds.
E
(SF-132A must be YES.)
G
If G~E = NNN, the interval
timer for periodic program
download is not available.
G~E values can be combined
for 10-70 second intervals.
D Not used.
Set start timer for periodic program download to 4 seconds after
transaction end. (SF-132A must be YES.)
Set start timer for periodic program download to 2 seconds after
B
transaction end. (SF-132A must be YES.)
Set start timer for periodic program download to 1 second after
A
transaction end. (SF-132A must be YES.)
C
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PLU 3
SF-163 bit
YES
H PLU Code Modifier entry remains in effect for:
NN= for one PLU item registration (also YY).
NY= for the transaction.
YN= until the next PLU Code Modifier
G If the PLU Code Modifier precedes a PLU set to not be affected by
PLU Code Modifiers (PLU Flag D= NO), the PLU Code Modifier
remains in effect.
F Not used.
NO
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Include complimentary item value in VAT calculations.
A
Print/Display User Text #13 instead of complimentary PLU price;
i.e., “FREE” displays in place of the price.
Do not include.
Print PLU price and User Text
#13.
Invoice / Receipt 4
SF-164 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G Not used.
F Not used.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Mask card number on first Electronic File Transfer copy.
Do not mask.
A Do not print Expiration date on first EFT copy.
Print date.
Combo Table
SF-165 bit
YES
Satellite terminals print their own 8829 (Combo 1st level ) and
H
8830 (Combo 2nd level) reports.
G Combo Discounts affect the Grand Total.
NO
Do not print.
Do not affect the GT.
F Not used.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
Combo Discount affects the subtotal when you press the COMBO
A SUBTOTAL key immediately before a payment.
Combo Discount affects
subtotal without depression of
COMBO SUBTOTAL key.
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Serial Format OCD
SF-166 bit
YES
H Enable Odd Parity.
NO
Enable Even Parity.
G 8 bits per Character.
7 bits per Character.
F Enable Parity.
Non Parity.
E 2 Stop Bits.
1 Stop Bit.
D Not used.
C Baud Rate:
B
A
NNN = 38400 bps
NNY = 19200 bps
NYN = 9600 bps
NYY = 4800 bps
YNN = 2400 bps
YNY = 1200 bps
Serial Control OCD
SF-167 bit
YES
NO
H Time out after 12.8 seconds.
G Time out after 6.4 seconds.
F Time out after 3.2 seconds.
E Time out after 1.6 seconds.
D Time out after 0.8 seconds.
C Time out after 0.4 seconds.
B Time out after 0.2 seconds.
A Time out after 0.1 seconds.
Drive-Thru 2
SF-168 bit
YES
NO
Do not display Warning Message 182 when STORE is pressed at
H
Display Warning Message 182.
the Order-Taker and a clerk is not signed on at the Cashier Station.
Do not display a quantity of 1 at Counter Terminals. (For example,
Display quantity 1 (e.g., for one
G if you register one PLU, you see “PLU 1.00”; if you register two
PLU, display ‘1 PLU 1.00”).
PLUs, you see “2 PLU 2.00.”)
F Not used.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Identify the Terminal Type (of this terminal):
A
NN= Order-Taker -OT (Set SF-74F=YES.)
NY= Cashier Station - CS (Set SF-74F=YES)
YN= 4-window Counter Terminal -CT-4W (Set SF-74 FE= NN)
YY= 1-window Counter Terminal -CT-1W (Set SF-74 FE= NN)
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Drive-Thru 3
SF-169 bit
YES
NO
H Allow Break-ins (New Balance) at the Live Window.
Do not allow.
G Allow Break-ins (Media) at the Queue Window.
Do not allow.
F Allow Change Order (New Balance) at the Live Window.
Do not allow.
E Allow New Car (Media) functions.
Do not allow.
D Allow Change Order.
Require Change Order.
C Allow New Order.
Require Change Order.
B Allow New Balance at the Counter Terminal.
Do not allow.
Automatically remove the paid
order when the next order starts
(if all windows are full).
A
Require the QW SERVE key to remove a paid order in the Queue
Window of the Counter Terminal.
SF-170 bit
YES
NO
YES
NO
H Not used.
G Not used.
F Not used.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Not used.
SF-171 through SF-193 are not used.
Kitchen Display System (KDS)
SF-194 bit
H Enable the Kitchen Display.
Do not enable.
G Enable UKDS (ACK/NAK communication)
Direct KDS communication.
F Display prices on Kitchen Display System.
Do not display.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Not used.
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Order Confirmation Display (OCD) 1
SF-195 bit
H
YES
NO
Enable the Order Confirmation Display. (Set at all terminals using
Do not enable.
OCD functions.)
G Send Non-add info to the OCD.
Do not send.
F Send cooking instructions to the OCD.
Do not send.
Active Display ID (for multiple OCD):
E
D
C
B
A
NNNN = ALL
NNNY = ID 1
NNYN = ID 2
NNYY = ID 3
NYNN = ID 4
NYNY = ID 5
NYYN = ID 6
NYYY = ID 7
YNNN = ID 8
NYYN = ID 6
NYYY = ID 7
YNNN = ID 8
YNNY = ID 9
YNYN = ID 10
YNYY = ID 11
YYNN = ID 12
YYNY = ID 13
YYYN = ID 14
YYYY = ID 15
Order Confirmation Display (OCD) 1
SF-196 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G Not used.
F Not used.
OCD Master ID (Set at all terminals using the OCD):
E
D
C
B
A
NNNNN = ID 1
NNNNY = ID 2
NNNYN = ID 3
NNNYY = ID 4
NNYNN = ID 5
NNYNY = ID 6
NNYYN = ID 7
NNYYY = ID 8
NYNNN = ID 9
NYNNY = ID 10
NYNYN = ID 11
NYNYY = ID 12
NYYNN = ID 13
NYYNY = ID 14
NYYYN = ID 15
NYYYY = ID 16
YNNNN = ID 17
YNNNY = ID 18
YNNYN = ID 19
YNNYY = ID 20
YNYNN = ID 21
YNYNY = ID 22
YNYYN = ID 23
YNYYY = ID 24
YYNNN = ID 25
YYNNY = ID 26
YYNYN = ID 27
YYNYY = ID 28
YYYNN = ID 29
YYYNY = ID 30
YYYYN = ID 31
YYYYY = ID 32
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Coin Dispenser
SF-197 bit
H
YES
NO
Dispense coins for transactions closed with ROP (Remote
Operating Device).
Do not dispense.
G Not used.
F Not used.
E Not used.
Canister type
D NNNN= Turkey 3L
NNNY= USA standard
NNYN= Canada
NNYY= Dollar USA
NYNN= England
NYNY= Australia
C NYYN= Japan
NYYY= Netherlands
YNNN= Euro
YNNY= Mexico
B YNYN= New Zealand
YNYY= Poland
YYNN= South Korea
A YYNY= Custom
A = 100-1-100-10-25-50-5-100
B = 25-10-1-1-1-5-10-25
C = 100-1-25-5-10-25-1-200
D = 100-1-25-5-10-25-1-100
E = 200-5-2-20-100-10-1-50
F = 20-200-10-10-5-100-200-20
G = 500-1-100-5-50-100-1-10
H = 250-25-500-25-100-10-5-100
I = 200-1-20-5-10-100-2-50
J = 500-20-50-100-100-200-10-1000
K = 20-5-10-100-100-10-5-20
L = 500-10-100-50-5-200-1-100
M = 500-50-100-10-10-100-10-100
SP = 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8
UDP Retries
SF-198 bit
YES
NO
Display the message until you
perform an on-line operation or
Initialize IRC (8800).
H Display the off-line message only once.
G Not used.
F Not used.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C
B
A
Number of UDP communication Retries (floating tracks/clerks):
NNN = 6 retries (off-line after 30 seconds) Default
NNY = 12 retries (offline after 60 seconds)
NYN = 18 retries (off-line after 90 seconds)
NYY = 24 retries (off-line after 120 seconds)
YNN = 30 retries (off-line after 150 seconds)
YNY = 36 retries (off-line after 180 seconds)
YYN = 42 retries (off-line after 210 seconds)
YYY = 48 retries (off-line after 240 seconds)
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Electronic Journal Function 2
SF-199 bit
YES
NO
H
Do not store the Power Off/On, Initial Reset message in the
Electronic Journal Function.
Store the Power Off/On, Initial
Reset message.
G
Do not store the Initialize IRC (SP-8800) or off/on-line message in
Store both.
the Electronic Journal Function.
F Do not store warning messages in the Electronic Journal Function. Store warning messages.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Not used.
SF-200 bit
YES
NO
H Not used.
G Not used.
F Not used.
E Not used.
D Not used.
C Not used.
B Not used.
A Not used.
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CLERK PROGRAMS
Several programs let you enter all information that applies to the people who use the terminals. Clerks
can be cashiers, servers, supervisors, managers, or anyone else who should have access to available
functions. The following programs focus on clerks and clerk functions:
● SP-123 Clerks
● SP-183 Job Codes
● SP-184 Pay Rates
● SP-185 Grace Periods
● SP-105 Clerk Commissions
● SP-181 Report Security Levels
● SP-182 Program Security Levels
● SP-103 Hard Clerks
● SP-104 Clerk Cards
● SP-117 Clerk iButtons/Dallas Key
● SP-186 Overtime
● SP-191 Attendance Edit
SP-123 Clerks
Use this program to enter basic information about all clerks who operate your system. In this program,
you define the name that appears for the clerk, the number used for sign in, the job code number,
security level, job code assignments, pay rate links, and other options that identify functions the clerk
can and cannot perform.
This system comes with twenty clerks standard, but you can have as many as 255, depending upon
your selection in the SP-112 Maximums memory allocation program. Use the following procedure to
select options for each clerk, cashier, and server on your system.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-123 Clerks and touch ENTER.
4. Select the clerk to edit and touch ENTER.
5. Select the line to edit and touch ENTER.
6. Enter the information for the line you selected and touch ENTER.
Note: For Job Code and Pay Rate lines, the ENTER key is not required; your entry is set
and the screen returns to the Clerk Program submenu as soon as you select a job
code or pay rate. For the Flag 1~3 lines, you must touch CLEAR to return to the
Clerk Program submenu after your entries are complete.
7. Repeat Steps 5 and 6 to enter all information about this clerk.
8. After entering all information for this clerk, touch CLEAR to return to the list of clerks.
9. Repeat Steps 4 through 8 for each clerk you are programming.
10. When you are ready to exit the Clerk program, touch CLEAR.
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SP-123 Clerk Program Entries
Line
Entry
Name
Enter a maximum 16-character name to identify this clerk on the screen and on receipts.
Code
Enter a maximum 4-digit number to use for clerk to use for sign on procedures.
Commission
Enter a commission rate (xx.xx%) for this clerk. For example, enter 1050 for 10.50%.
Also see Clerk Flag 1 DCBA, below.
H
Training clerks operate the system without updating daily sales totals. A flashing
message displays on the screen to remind you that a training clerk is signed on.
Y = This is a training clerk.
N = This is not a training clerk.
Y = This clerk can bring the system back on-line after it has been off-line.
N = This clerk cannot bring the system on-line.
System clerks can open any track, even if SF-37D and SF-07A are set to restrict
clerks to the tracks they personally have opened.
F
Y = This is a system clerk.
N = This is not a system clerk.
Y = Open Drawer 2 for this clerk.
E
N = Open Drawer 1 for this clerk.
Y = Do not pay commission to this clerk for Sales Type 4.
D
N = Pay commission for Sales Type 4.
Y = Do not pay commission to this clerk for Sales Type 3.
C
N = Pay commission for Sales Type 3.
Y = Do not pay commission to this clerk for Sales Type 2.
B
N = Pay commission for Sales Type 2.
Y = Do not pay commission to this clerk for Sales Type 1.
A
N = Pay commission for Sales Type 1.
Enter the access security level (0-8) that applies to this clerk for reports. (0= This clerk
cannot access reports.)
Also see SP-181 to set security levels for the individual reports.
Enter the access security level (0-8) that applies to this clerk for programs. (0= This clerk
cannot access programs.)
Also see SP-182 to set the security levels for individual programs.
Y = Display “Clerk Report” on the terminal screen in REG mode
(Individual Clerk Report 15)
H
N = Clerk report prints only (does not display).
Y = Do not allow this clerk to register transactions.
G
N = Allow this clerk to register transactions (normal clerk).
G
Flag 1
Report Security
Program Security
Flag 2
F
Not used.
E
B
Choose the mode to be set when this clerk signs in (SF-100H= Y, D~A= NNNN)
NNNN= No Destination
NNNY= Destination 1
NYYN= Destination 6
NNYN= Destination 2
NYYY= Destination 7
NNYY= Destination 3
YNNN= Destination 8
NYNN= Destination 4
YNNY= Destination 9
NYNY= Destination 5
YNYN= Destination 10
A
Y = Require clock-in (log-on) for this clerk.
D
C
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Job 1
Enter the first possible job code (0-20) available to this clerk at clock in/out.
Job 2
Enter a second job code (0-20) available to this clerk at clock in/out.
Job 3
Enter a third job code (0-20) available to this clerk at clock in/out.
Job 4
Enter a fourth job code (0-20) available to this clerk at clock in/out.
Pay Rate for Job 1
Enter the pay rate (0-40 from SP-184) set when Job Code 1 is selected at clock-in.
Pay Rate for Job 2
Enter the pay rate set for this clerk when Job Code 2 is selected at clock-in.
Pay Rate for Job 3
Enter the pay rate set for this clerk when Job Code 3 is selected at clock-in.
Pay Rate for Job 4
Enter the pay rate set for this clerk when Job Code 4 is selected at clock-in.
Grace Period 1
Enter the Grace Period (from SP-185) set when this clerk selects Job Code 1 at clock-in.
Grace Period 2
Enter the Grace Period set when this clerk selects Job Code 2 at clock-in.
Grace Period 3
Enter the Grace Period set when this clerk selects Job Code 3 at clock-in.
Grace Period 4
Enter the Grace Period set when this clerk selects Job Code 4 at clock-in.
H
Y= Allow this clerk to perform Finished Waste operations.
N= Do not allow this clerk to record Finished Waste.
G
Not used.
F
Not used.
Identify the Table Group for this clerk:
E
Flag 3
D
C
B
A
NNNNY = Group 1
NNNYN = Group 2
NNNYY = Group 3
NNYNN = Group 4
NNYNY = Group 5
NNYYN = Group 6
NNYYY = Group 7
NYNNN = Group 8
NYNNY = Group 9
NYNYN = Group 10
NYNYY = Group 11
NYYNN = Group 12
NYYNY = Group 13
NYYYN = Group 14
NYYYY = Group 15
YNNNN = Group 16
YNNNY = Group 17
YNNYN = Group 18
YNNYY = Group 19
YNYNN = Group 20
YNYNY = Group 21
YNYYN = Group 22
YNYYY = Group 23
YYNNN = Group 24
YYNNY = Group 25
YYNYN = Group 26
YYNYY = Group 27
YYYNN = Group 28
YYYNY = Group 29
YYYYN = Group 30
YYYYY = Group 31
NNNNN = Show all tables
Note: If you are using the X-20 Labor Cost Report, you must enter at least one job code
and one pay rate for every clerk on your system.
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SP-183 Job Code Names
Each clerk can be assigned as many as four job codes to identify the possible jobs he or she performs.
When an employee clocks in, the system can be set to require a job code selection to help keep an
accurate account of hours and pay rates. The job code names you define here appear on clock-in
screens to make selection easier; they also appear on labor reports.
Use the following procedure to define the possible job codes; you will link these job codes to a
specific employee in the SP-123 Clerk program.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-183 Job Code Names and touch ENTER.
4. Select the job code to edit and touch ENTER.
5. Type up to 16-characters for the job code name and touch ENTER.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each job code you are programming.
7. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
for the next
SP
183
ENTER
Job Code #
1 ~ 20
ENTER
description
max. 16 char.
ENTER
CLEAR
CLEAR
Note: If you are using the X-20 Labor Cost Report, you must assign at least one job code
and one pay rate to every clerk on your system.
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SP-184 Pay Rates
Use the Pay Rate program to list every hourly wage available to employees at this restaurant. These
pay rates are later linked to individual employees (by job code) in the SP-123 Clerk program. When an
employee clocks in and selects a job code, the job code activates the pay rate that applies to that
employee, and the system accurately calculates the labor cost for each job.
Use the following procedure to list up to 50 hourly pay rates.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-184 Pay Rates and touch ENTER.
4. Select the pay rate to define and touch ENTER.
5. Select the NAME line and touch ENTER.
6. Enter up to 16 characters to describe this pay rate and touch ENTER.
7. Select the PAY RATE line and touch ENTER.
8. Enter the hourly pay rate (0 ~ 99.99) and touch ENTER. For example, if the hourly pay rate
is $7.25, enter 725.
9. Touch CLEAR when you are ready to leave this pay rate.
10. Repeat Step 4 through 9 for each additional pay rate.
11. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
SP
184
ENTER
pay rate #
1 ~ 50
ENTER
ENTER
description
1-16 char.
ENTER
ENTER
rate
0-99.99
ENTER
CLEAR
CLEAR
Note: If you are using the X-20 Labor Cost Report, you must assign at least one job code
and one pay rate to every clerk on your system.
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SP-185 Grace Periods
You can define grace periods to help control restaurant labor costs. Grace periods define the times
when an employee can clock in and clock out. If the restaurant allows employees to clock in up to five
minutes early or late, you can build that five-minute grace period into the times you create here.
Use SP-185 to define up to 40 grace periods, and then link the grace periods to specific employees in
the SP-123 Clerk program. Then, if an employee clocks in or out outside of the defined grace period,
the system prompts for manager override.
Use the following procedure to define up to 40 clock-in and clock out grace periods.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-185 Grace Periods and touch ENTER.
4. Select the grace period to define and touch ENTER.
5. Select the line you are editing and touch ENTER.
6. Enter the information that applies to this line of the grace period and touch ENTER.
See the SP-185 Grace Period Program Entries table on the next page for details about the
entries.
7. Repeat Steps 5 and 6 for each line of this grace period.
8. Touch CLEAR when you are ready to go to another grace period.
9. Repeat Steps 4 through 8 for each grace period.
10. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
Example:
If you create a grace period with an In Start Time/End Time of 9:55 ~ 10:05
and an Out Start Time/End Time of 13:55 ~ 14:05, the employee can clock
in any time between 9:55 am and 10:05 am; the employee can clock out
between 1:55 pm and 2:05 pm. If the employee tries to clock in before 9:55,
which is outside of the defined grace period, the system displays the
“Manager Key Req’d” message.
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SP-185 Grace Period Program Entries
Line
Name
Entry
Enter a maximum 16-character name to identify this grace period.
In Start Time
Enter the earliest time of day an employee with this grace period can clock in. Use 4
digits and military time. For example, enter 0600 for a 6:00 if the employee can
clock in no earlier than 6:00 am; enter 0555 if the employee can clock in as early as
5:55 am.
In End Time
Enter the latest time of day an employee with this grace period can clock in. Use 4
digits and military time. For example, enter 0605 if the employee can clock in no later
than 6:05 am.
Out Start Time
Enter the earliest time of day an employee with this grace period can clock out. Use
4 digits and military time. For example, enter 1600 if the employee can clock out no
earlier than 4:00 pm.
Out End Time
Enter the latest time of day an employee with this grace period can clock out. Use 4
digits and military time. For example, enter 1610 if the employee can clock out as late
as 4:10 pm.
Military Time:
12:00 midnight = 0000 6:00 am = 0600
1:00 am = 0100
7:00 am = 0700
2:00 am = 0200
8:00 am = 0800
3:00 am = 0300
9:00 am = 0900
4:00 am = 0400
10:00 am = 1000
5:00 am = 0500
11:00 am = 1100
12:00 noon = 1200
1:00 pm = 1300
2:00 pm = 1400
3:00 pm = 1500
4:00 pm = 1600
5:00 pm = 1700
6:00 pm = 1800
7:00 pm = 1900
8:00 pm = 2000
9:00 pm = 2100
10:00 pm = 2200
11:00 pm = 2300
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SP-181 Report Security Levels
Use this program to assign an access level to the various reports available to your system. Each report
can be assigned level numbers, from 0-8. Each clerk is also assigned a 0-8 access levels in the SP-123
Clerks program. Only clerks with matching levels can access the reports.
For example, if you assign Level 1 to the Hourly Report, only clerks with Level-1 access can run the
report; if you assign Levels 1, 2, and 3 to the Hourly Report, only clerks with Level 1, 2, or 3 can run
the report.
The procedure you use to set access levels for the reports begins below.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-181 Report Security and touch ENTER.
4. Select the report to define and touch ENTER.
5. Select a Security Level line (8~1) and touch ENTER.
6. Select for each level that can access this report. The ENTER key toggles a YES or NO
answer.
7. Repeat Steps 5 and 6 for each line to which you want to grant access.
8. When you finish this report, touch CLEAR.
9. Repeat Steps 4 through 8 for each report.
10. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
SP
181
ENTER
report
ENTER
security levels 8-1
ENTER
CLEAR
CLEAR
Touch ENTER to set YES or
NO for each option.
Note:
If you do not want a clerk to have access to reports, set access level zero(0) in the
REP SECURE (Report Security) field of the SP-123 Clerks program.
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SP-182 Program Security Levels
Use this program to assign access levels to the programs on your system. Programs can be assigned
level numbers, ranging from 0-8. Clerks are also assigned 0-8 access levels in the SP-123 Clerks
program. Only clerks with matching levels can access the programs.
For example, if you assign Level 5 to the SP-101 PLU Prices program, only clerks with Level-5 access
can change a PLU price; if you assign Levels 5 and 6 to the SP-101 PLU Prices program, clerks with
Level 5 or Level 6 access can change a PLU price.
Use the following procedure to set access levels for the listed programs.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-182 Program Security and touch ENTER.
4. Select the program you are defining and touch ENTER.
5. Select a Security Level line (8~1) and touch ENTER.
6. Select YES or NO to set the level. The ENTER key toggles a YES or NO answer.
7. Repeat Steps 5 and 6 for each line of this program.
8. When all lines are defined, touch CLEAR to return to the list of programs.
9. Repeat Steps 4 through 8 for each program.
10. When you are ready to leave Program 182, touch CLEAR.
for another
SP
182
ENTER
program
ENTER
security levels 8-1
ENTER
CLEAR
CLEAR
Touch ENTER to set YES or
NO for each level.
Note:
If you do not want a clerk to have access to programs, set access level zero(0) in the
PRG SECURE (Program Security) field of the SP-123 Clerks program.
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SP-103 Hard Clerks
SP-103 lets you assign preset “hard” keys for clerks who operate the POS terminals. If you define hard
clerk keys, clerks can sign on simply by pressing an individual key.
Before you can use this program, you must designate buttons that act as clerk keys. Use SP-850 to set
keys to act as clerk keys; then use the following procedure to assign specific clerks to the keys.
Example:
If you want a terminal to display four individual clerk keys, first use SP-850
to assign Clerk 1 ~ 4 keys to four positions on the screen. Then use SP-103
to assign a specific clerk to each displayed key position.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-103 Hard Clerks and touch ENTER.
4. Select the clerk who will use a preset key.
The screen displays keys that can be set up as preset “hard” clerk keys.
5. Touch the Clerk Key (1~16) position on the screen that will act as a preset key for this clerk.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each hard clerk key to assign.
7. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
SP
103
ENTER
clerk
touch clerk key 1-16
position
CLEAR
Note: This program can also be accessed in X mode to allow restaurant personnel to
reassign the clerk keys as needed for shift changes throughout the day. If you want
to allow this program in X mode, make sure System Flag SF-21C = YES.
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SP-104 Clerk Cards
For improved system security, clerks can sign on by swiping pre-programmed cards through the
magnetic card reader. If your system is set up for this sign-in method, use the SP-103 Clerk Card
program to link clerks to the cards they use.
Note:
In order to use this program, System Function Flag SF-76G must be set to YES.
You must also have pre-programmed clerk cards with unique track 2 card numbers,
and your terminal must have an optional magnetic card reader.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-104 Clerk Cards and touch ENTER.
4. Select the clerk to assign and touch ENTER.
A “Swipe Card” message displays.
5. Swipe this clerk’s card through the magnetic card reader and touch ENTER.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each clerk.
7. When all clerks are defined, touch CLEAR to exit this program.
for another
SP
104
ENTER
clerk #
ENTER
swipe magnetic card
for this clerk
ENTER
CLEAR
Note: If you want to change a card assignment or de-assign a clerk’s card number, follow
the above steps, but touch ENTER instead of swiping the card.
If you are using a clerk card system, it is recommended that you have a CLERK ID
button assigned to the screen. You might, for example, need the CLERK ID button
if a card becomes too worn or demagnetized.
Clerk cards work in the R position only.
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SP-117 Clerk iButtons/Barcodes
If your system is set up to let clerks sign on using optional iButtons or scanning barcodes, use this
program to assign a specific clerk to the iButton or barcode. The procedure you use depends upon the
device clerks use for sign on; you can have either iButtons or barcodes, but not both.
For iButtons:
If you are using iButtons, System Flag SF-76C must be YES. You must also install the optional Clerk
iButton before going into this program.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-117 Clerk iButton/Barcodes and touch ENTER.
4. Select the clerk to assign and touch ENTER.
An “Insert iButton” message displays.
5. Make contact with the iButton and touch ENTER.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5, as needed, for each clerk.
7. When all clerks are defined, touch CLEAR to exit this program.
for another
SP
117
ENTER
clerk #
ENTER
contact iButton
ENTER
CLEAR
Note: If you want to de-assign an iButton, select the clerk and touch ENTER when the
system prompts you to insert the iButton.
If you are using iButtons, it is recommended that you have a CLERK ID key
assigned to the screen. The CLERK ID key allows manual sign-on if an iButton
stops working.
The system allows iButton sign-on only in R position.
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For Barcodes:
If you are using barcodes, System Flag SF-76C must be NO. You must also install an optional barcode
scanner before going into this program.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-117 Clerk iButton/Barcodes and touch ENTER.
4. Select the clerk to assign and touch ENTER.
A “Scan Barcode” message displays.
5. Scan the barcode this clerk will use for sign-on.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5, as needed, for each clerk.
7. When all clerks are defined, touch CLEAR to exit this program.
for another
SP
117
ENTER
clerk #
ENTER
scan barcode
ENTER
CLEAR
Notes: Do not assign a clerk the same barcode you have assigned to a PLU. If a clerk and
PLU both have the same barcode, the system will handle the barcode as a clerk.
If you want to de-assign a barcode, select the clerk and touch ENTER when the
system prompts you to scan the barcode.
It is recommended that you have a CLERK ID key assigned to the screen to allow
manual sign-on in the event that the scanner is unable to read the barcode.
The system allows barcode sign-on in all keylock positions.
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SP-105 Clerk Commissions
The SP-123 Clerks program has a Commission field, where you set the commission percentage rate
paid to each individual clerk. SP-105, the Clerk Commission program, gives you quick access to that
same field of SP-123. You can use this program, for example, if you want to change only the clerk’s
commission; your change updates both programs. You can also set a different security level for this
program to allow a different range of access.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-105 Clerk Commissions and touch ENTER.
4. Select the clerk with the commission to adjust and touch ENTER.
5. Touch ENTER to select the Commission field.
6. Enter the percentage rate (xx.xx) for this clerk and touch ENTER. For example, to set a
5.5% commission, enter 550.
7. Touch CLEAR to return to the list of clerks.
8. Repeat Steps 4 through 7 for each commission to change.
9. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
SP
105
ENTER
clerk #
ENTER
ENTER
commission %
00.00 ~ 99.99
ENTER
CLEAR
CLEAR
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SP-186 Overtime
The SP-186 Overtime program sets the parameters of overtime handling, including when to start daily
overtime, when to start weekly overtime, and what rate to pay to each. You can define up to four tables
for daily, weekly, holiday, or other special overtime handling. Use the following procedure to specify
the handling that applies to your restaurant application and your local laws.
Note: System Flag SF-122 D~A fields decide which overtime tables your system uses. You
can use any of four tables.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-186 Overtime and touch ENTER.
4. Select the Overtime table (1~4) to program and touch ENTER.
5. Select the line to program and touch ENTER.
6. Enter information that applies to this line of the selected table and touch ENTER.
See the Overtime Data Entries table, below, for details about your entries.
7. Repeat Steps 5 and 6 for each line of this table.
8. When you finish this table, touch CLEAR
9. Repeat Steps 4 through 8 for each overtime table you use.
10. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
Line
Name
Flag
Entry
Type up to 10 characters to describe this overtime table.
H
Not used.
G
Not used.
F
Not used.
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E
Not used.
D
Not used.
C
Not used.
B
Y= This table is for Weekly overtime handling.
N= This table is not for Weekly overtime handling.
A
Y= This table is for Daily overtime handling.
N= This table is not for Daily overtime handling.
Enter the number of hours after which overtime starts to accumulate.
Overtime
Hours
For Weekly overtime (when Flag option B = YES), enter the number of hours per
week an employee works before overtime starts. For example, if weekly overtime
begins after 40 hours per week, enter 4000 here.
For Daily overtime (when Flag option A = YES), enter the number of hours per day
an employee must work before overtime starts. For example, if daily overtime begins
after an 8-hour day, enter 0800 here.
Enter the rate paid for overtime hours.
Overtime
Rate
When Flag option B (above) = YES, enter the rate paid for hours that exceed the
weekly overtimes. For example, if employees are paid time and a half (1.5) for
weekly overtime, enter 0150 here.
When Flag option A (above) = YES, enter the rate paid for hours that exceed the
daily overtime. For example, if employees are paid time and a half for daily
overtime, enter 0150 here.
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SP-191 Attendance Edit
This program lets you edit an employee’s hours. Use it, for example, when an employee forgets to
clock in at the beginning of a shift or clock out at the end of a shift.
Important: Edit an employee’s hours only when the employee is clocked out. If you edit an
employee who is currently active (on the clock), that employee is automatically
clocked out, and you must remember to clock the employee in again, if necessary,
when you complete the editing.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-191 Attendance Edit and touch ENTER.
4. Select the employee with hours to edit and touch ENTER.
5. Select the record to edit and touch ENTER.
6. Select the line to edit and touch ENTER.
7. Enter the adjustment for this line and touch ENTER.
8. Repeat Steps 5 through 7 for each line you must edit for this employee.
9. When you finish adjustments for this employee, touch CLEAR. The screen displays the new
record, with an asterisk (*) next to each change.
10. Repeat Steps 4 through 9 for each employee to edit.
11. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR
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PLU & GROUP PROGRAMS
This system gives you a variety of options for your menu items and their handling. Items are set up as
PLUs (Price Look-ups), which can be registered with a preset key, with a scale, or through a linked
look-up list. They can be assigned to any of five menu levels and three price levels, and you can link to
Look-up PLUs, to Condiment Groups, or to Cooking Instructions.
Several programs are involved in item programming. This section covers these programs in the
following order:
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SP-120 Major Groups - defines the main group categories for reports.
SP-121 Groups - defines the secondary report category to which the items link.
SP-122 PLUs - sets basic information about your PLU items.
SP-128 Create Range of PLUs - allows you to copy information to a range of new PLUs.
SP-127 Edit Range of PLUs - allows you to apply changes to a range of existing PLUs.
SP-116 Delete / Undelete PLUs - lets you delete an item or restore a deleted PLU.
SP-125 Condiment Groups - sets up groups of Condiment PLUs, which can automatically
display for a registered item.
SP-126 Cooking Instruction Groups - sets up groups of Cooking Instruction messages,
which can automatically display for a registered item.
SP-132 Cooking Instruction Messages - sets descriptions for the Cooking Instruction
messages used within your Cooking Instruction Groups.
SP-133 Categories - sets descriptions for the categories that group items on the kitchen printer.
Look-up PLUs - defines keys that display lists of items for selection.
SP-145 Tare Tables - defines the tare weights for containers that hold scale items.
SP-146 Mix & Match Tables - sets up tables for special item pricing, buy-one, get-one-free
offers, and special discounts with the purchase of multiple items or item combinations.
SP-147 Combo Table - sets up tables of items to be discounted when sold in a combination.
SP-148 Destinations - defines the various destinations (Eat-in, Take-out, Drive-Thru, etc.)
available to your system.
SP-111 PLU Menu - sets up the hard (preset) keys that display for each menu (1-5) you use.
SP-108 Price Levels - selects the active price level for operations.
SP-161 Price Level Times - lets you automatically activate price levels at specific times each
day of the week.
SP-109 Menu Levels - selects the active menu level for operations.
SP-162 Menu Level Shifts - lets you automatically activate menu levels at specific times each
day of the week.
SP-100 PLU Modifiers - lets you enter a factor to use for reported item quantities.
SP-101 PLU Prices - provides a short cut to use for PLU price changes.
SP-102 PLU HALOS - provides a shortcut to use for PLU HALO changes.
Note: Two types of modifiers are available for PLUs. Conventional modifiers (Modifier 1
and 2) typically change the price of the PLU according to quantity, e.g., half, double,
or another value. PLU Code Modifiers modify the last digit of the PLU code; i.e.,
PLU CODE MODIFIER 2 + PLU 100 registers PLU 102.
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SP-120 Major Groups
Use the SP-120 Major Groups program to set up the primary group categories for your reports. Every
PLU item is linked to an applicable group (subgroup), which is in turn linked to one of the Major
Groups you define here.
Typical examples of Major Groups would be Food, Beverages, Retail, etc., which break down to more
specific subgroups, such as Sides, Burgers, Chicken, Coffee, Soft Drinks, etc.
You can define up to 8 Major Groups with the following procedure.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-120 Major Groups and touch ENTER.
4. Select the Major Group to program and touch ENTER.
5. Select the Name line and touch ENTER.
6. Type a description for the Major Group you are programming and touch ENTER.
7. Touch CLEAR. (The Flag field is not used.)
8. Repeat steps 4 through 7 for each Major Group.
9. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
for the next
SP
120
ENTER
major group
1-8
ENTER
description
max. 16 char.
ENTER
CLEAR
CLEAR
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SP-121 Groups (Subgroups)
You must link every PLU item to one of 48 possible groups or subgroups. These groups are then
linked to Major Groups for additional report detail. Typical examples of subgroups would be Salads,
Soups, Sandwiches, Burgers, Steaks, Appetizers, which could then link to Food, Beverages, Sides, etc.
Use the following procedure to create the subgroups for your system.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-121 Groups and touch ENTER.
4. Select the group to program and touch ENTER.
5. Select the line to program and touch ENTER.
6. Enter the information that applies to this line and touch ENTER.
7. Repeat Steps 5 through 6 for each line of this group.
8. When you finish all entries for this group, touch CLEAR.
9. Repeat Steps 4 through 8 for each group to program.
10. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
Group Data Entries:
Line
Name
Entry
Enter a maximum 16-character name to identify this group.
H
G
F
E
Flag 1
D
Y= Print multiple Kitchen Printer tickets; multiple items print separately (5 x PLU
prints on 5 lines). This setting is ignored if PLU Flag 5D = YES.
N= Print single Kitchen Printer tickets; multiple items print on a combined ticket.
(5 x PLU prints on one line). This setting is ignored if PLU Flag 5D= NO.
Not used.
Not used.
PLUs in this group issue:
NY= 1 ticket and 1 extra ticket.
YY= 1 ticket and 3 extra tickets.
YN= 1 ticket and 2 extra tickets.
NN= 1 ticket only.
C
Y= Include this group in the Timed Flash Group Report.
N= Do not include this group in the Timed Flash Group Report.
B
Y= All PLUs in this group are affected by Adjustment 2.
N= All PLUs in this group are not affected by Adjustment 2.
Your entries in B,A (here) override the PLU Flag 3ED entries.
A
Y= All PLUs in this group are affected by Adjustment 1.
N= All PLUs in this group are not affected by Adjustment 1.
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Major Group
Link
Enter the number (from SP-120) of the Major Group to which this group reports.
H
Y= Apply the Flag 3 D~A tax status (below) to all PLUs in this group for
Destination 1 (when SF-83E=NO).
N= Apply the programmed PLU tax status (from SP-122) for Destination 1.
G
Y= Apply the Flag 3 D~A tax status (below) to all PLUs in this group for
Destination 2 (when SF-83E=NO).
N= Apply the programmed PLU tax status (from SP-122) for Destination 2.
F
Y= Apply the Flag 3 D~A tax status (below) to all PLUs in this group for
Destination 3 (when SF-83E=NO).
N= Apply the programmed PLU tax status (from SP-122) for Destination 3.
E
Y= Apply the Flag 3 D~A tax status (below) to all PLUs in this group for
Destination 4 (when SF-83E=NO).
N= Apply the programmed PLU tax status (from SP-122) for Destination 4.
D
Y= Apply the Flag 3 D~A tax status (below) to all PLUs in this group for
Destination 5 (when SF-83E=NO).
N= Apply the programmed PLU tax status (from SP-122) for Destination 5.
C
Y= Apply the Flag 3 D~A tax status (below) to all PLUs in this group for
Destination 6 (when SF-83E=NO).
N= Apply the programmed PLU tax status (from SP-122) for Destination 6.
B
Y= Apply the Flag 3 D~A tax status (below) to all PLUs in this group for
Destination 7 (when SF-83E=NO).
N= Apply the programmed PLU tax status (from SP-122) for Destination 7.
A
Y= Apply the Flag 3 D~A tax status (below) to all PLUs in this group for
Destination 8 (when SF-83E=NO).
N= Apply the programmed PLU tax status (from SP-122) for Destination 8.
Flag 2
Inventory
Count
Enter the inventory constant (0~9999) that applies to this group. If you are using piece
count (SF-105G), this entry tells the system how many pieces make up a whole unit.
H
Y= Apply the Flag 3 D~A tax status (below) to all PLUs in this group for
Destination 9 (when SF-83E=NO).
N= Apply the programmed PLU tax status (from SP-122) for Destination 9.
G
Y= Apply the Flag 3 D~A tax status (below) to all PLUs in this group for
Destination 10 (when SF-83E=NO).
N= Apply the programmed PLU tax status (from SP-122) for Destination 10.
F
Not used.
E
Not used.
Flag 3
D
C
Y= All PLUs in this group update Tax 4(when SF-83E=YES).
N= PLUs in this group do not update Tax 4.
For Flag 3 D~A, when SF-83E=YES, individual PLU tax status programming is
ignored. You must set the tax status per group here.
Y= All PLUs in this group update Tax 3 (when SF-83E=YES).
N= PLUs in this group do not update Tax 3.
B
Y= All PLUs in this group update Tax 2 (when SF-83E=YES).
N= PLUs in this group do not update Tax 2.
A
Y= All PLUs in this group update Tax 1 (when SF-83E=YES).
N= PLUs in this group do not update Tax 1.
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SP-122 PLUs
Use this program to set basic information about the items that make up your restaurant menu. Within
this program, you set the PLU name and number, the type of item, its group links, price, print options,
and other information that defines how the item is registered. The number of PLUs you can have
depends upon your memory allocation. Use the following steps for the procedure you use to enter
information for each of your PLU items.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-122 PLUs and touch ENTER.
4. Select the PLU to program and touch ENTER.
5. Select the line you are programming and touch ENTER.
6. Enter the information for the line and PLU you are programming and touch ENTER.
For details about the entries, see the PLU Data Entries table, on the next page.
7. Repeat Steps 5 and 6 to enter all information that applies to this PLU.
8. When you complete this PLU, touch CLEAR.
9. Repeat Steps 4 through 8 for each PLU.
10. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
Selecting a PLU
Several options are available to help you select a PLU. If you know the PLU number, you can enter
the number and touch ENTER. You can also use one of the selection buttons to list PLUs currently
programmed.
SP-122 PLUS
FULL PLU SORT BY SORT BY SORT BY PREFIX KEYWORD
LIST
GROUP CATEGORY
KP
SEARCH SEARCH
Full PLU List:
Lists all PLUs currently programmed in your terminal.
Sort by Group:
Lists all PLUs linked to a particular group (1~48).
Sort by Category:
Lists PLUs linked to a particular category (1~8).
Sort by KP:
Lists PLUs steered to a particular Kitchen Printer (KP# 1~8).
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Prefix Search:
Lists PLUs that begin with a specified letter (a, b, c, etc.) or group of letters
(ham, cheese, etc.). For example, if you type “CO,” the screen lists both
Coffee and Cola.
Keyword Search:
Lists PLUs that include the word you type. For example, if you type
“cheese,” the screen lists Ham & Cheese, Philly Cheese, etc.
If you touch the CHG PLU LIST FMT, the screen toggles from one search or sort type to the next.
SELECT OPTION
KP assignment
COKE
KP:1
GINGER ALE
KP:1
COFFEE
KP:1
PLU 1
PLU-1
PAGE
UP
×
PAGE
DOWN
CLERK 001
COKE
GINGER ALE
COFFEE
AMERICAN COFFEE
CAFE AU LAIT
MILK TEA
LEMON TEA
MILK
COCOA
CAPTINO
APPLE JUICE
ORANGE JUICE
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE
Ø
Ø
Prefix
2.00
2.00
2.50
2.50
3.00
3.00
3.00
2.50 ENTER CHG PLU
LIST FMT
3.00
3.50 CLEAR
4.00
4.00
4.00
COKE
COFFEE
Ø
COKE
GINGER A
COFFEE
PLU code
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _1
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _2
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _3
PLU Data Entries
Line
Entry
PLU No.
Enter a 1-16 digit number to identify this PLU. The numbering you use is entirely up
to you; keep in mind, however, that items appear on reports by number. You need
not use sequential numbers, so you can leave room for new items that might be
added at a later time.
If your system is set up to scan items, you can scan the barcode for this entry. (SF135A decides if you include a check digit for scanned items.).
Name
Type up to 32 characters to describe this item.
Group
Enter the number of the group (subgroup from SP-121) to which this item reports.
This entry is required for all PLUs. For example, you might link a Chicken
Sandwich PLU to a Sandwich group (which is linked to a Food Major Group).
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Level 1 Price 1
Enter the price registered for this item when Price Level 1 is set.
Descriptions for Level 1 fields are defined in SP-130 User Text Message 44.
Level 1 Price 2
Enter the second price (accessed by pressing Modifier 1) registered for this item
when Price Level 1 is set.
Level 1 Price 3
Enter the third price (accessed by pressing Modifier 2) registered for this item when
Price Level 1 is set.
Level 2 Price 1
Enter the price registered for this item when Price Level 2 is set.
Descriptions for Level 2 fields are defined in SP-130 User Text Message 45.
Level 2 Price 2
Enter the second price (accessed by pressing Modifier 1) registered for this item
when Price Level 2 is set.
Level 2 Price 3
Enter the third price (accessed by pressing Modifier 2) registered for this item when
Price Level 2 is set.
Level 3 Price 1
Enter the price registered for this item when Price Level 3 is set.
Descriptions for Level 3 fields are defined in SP-130 User Text Message 46.
Level 3 Price 2
Enter the second price (accessed by pressing Modifier 1) registered for this item
when Price Level 3 is set.
Level 3 Price 3
Enter the third price (accessed by pressing Modifier 2) registered for this item when
Price Level 3 is set.
H
Y= This PLU has a negative (subtracting) price.
N= This PLU has a normal (positive) price.
G
Y= This PLU can have a zero (.00) price.
N= This PLU cannot have a zero price.
F
Y= This PLU acts as a Condiment only.
N= This PLU can be a Main Item or a Condiment.
E
Y= Calculate tax on this PLU using Canadian Goods & Services (GST).
N= Use normal tax for this PLU.
D
Y= This item updates Tax 4.
N= This item does not update Tax 4 (or Tax 4 is not used).
C
Y= This item updates Tax 3.
N= This item does not update Tax 3 (or Tax 3 is not used).
B
Y= This item updates Tax 2.
N= This item does not update Tax 2 (or Tax 2 is not used).
A
Y= This item updates Tax 1.
N= This item does not update Tax 1 (or Tax 1 is not used).
Flag 1
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Select the quantity registered for this item with Modifier 2:
H
G
F
Flag 2
E
D
NN= Register a quantity of 1.
NY= Register a quantity of ½ (.5).
YN= Register a quantity of 2.
YY= Register a 0 quantity.
Select the quantity registered for this item with Modifier 1:
NN= Register a quantity of 1.
NY= Register a quantity of ½ (.5).
YN= Register a quantity of 2.
YY= Register a 0 quantity.
Y= Allow a decimal quantity entry (for example, 1.5 x PLU).
N= Do not allow a decimal quantity entry for this item.
C
Y= Automatically use User Text 3 as Modifier 1/User Text 4 as Modifier 2.
N= Automatically use User Text 1 as Modifier 1/User Text 2 as Modifier 2.
B
Y= Allow Modifier 2 to adjust the price level of this item.
N= Do not allow Modifier 2 with this item.
A
Y= Allow Modifier 1 to adjust the price level of this item.
N= Do not allow Modifier 1 with this item.
H
Y= Do not update the PLU / Group quantity when this item is sold.
N= Update the PLU / Group quantity.
G
Y= Allow a charge if this item is registered as a condiment.
N= Do not allow a price to be registered when this item is sold as a condiment.
F
Y= Do not print the Modifier if this item is registered as a condiment.
N= Print the Modifier even if this item is registered as a condiment.
E
Y= Update this item when registered with Adjustment 2.
N= This item is not affected by Adjustment 2.
Group flags can override this flag. If Group Flag 1 B,A is set to have
adjustments affect sales, sales are affected regardless of your entry here.
D
Y= Update this item when registered with Adjustment 1.
N= This item is not affected by Adjustment 1.
Group flags can override this flag. If Group Flag 1 B,A is set to have
adjustments affect sales, sales are affected regardless of your entry here.
C
Y= Set for ticket on receipt (ticket system - SF-70H= YES).
N= Set for ticket on Kitchen Printer (non-ticket system - SF-70H = NO).
Flag 3
B
A
If you are using commissions, you can have this item add to any of Sales Types
1~4. For example, if commissions are based on dessert and t-shirt sales, you can
have all dessert PLUs add to Sales Type 1 and have all t-shirt PLUs add to Sales
Type 2.
NN= This item adds to Sales Type 1.
NY= This item adds to Sales Type 2.
YN= This item adds to Sales Type 3.
YY= This item adds to Sales Type 4.
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Y= Require a cooking instruction for this item.
N= Do not require a cooking instruction.
H
Y= This item acts as a Coupon PLU.
N= This item is not a Coupon PLU.
For coupon PLUs, set a negative price (Flag 1H= YES). Coupons add to Media
20 total if Media 20 is programmed as a Coupon Total (SF-71H).
Your entry here depends upon your selection in System Flag SF-20E.
G
If SF-20E = YES:
Y= The Condiment 5 field points to a Look-up PLU (from SP-140), and PLUs
in the Look-up PLU are automatically registered with this item. For
example, if you enter 3 here, the system registers Look-up PLU Group 3
items when you register this item.
F
If SF-20E = NO:
Y= The Condiment Group 5 field points to a specific PLU in the Look-up
PLU 1 key, which automatically registers as a Linked PLU. For example,
if PLU 100 is assigned to the 3rd position of Look-up PLU 1 key (SP-140),
enter 3 here to have the system register PLU 100 with this item.
Flag 4
N= Condiment 5 uses the same handling as Condiment 1~4 fields
HALO
E
Y= Display Condiment Group 5 until CLEAR is pressed.
N= Clear Condiment Group 5 as soon as a condiment is selected.
D
Y= Display Condiment Group 4 until CLEAR is pressed.
N= Clear Condiment Group 4 as soon as a condiment is selected.
C
Y= Display Condiment Group 3 until CLEAR is pressed.
N= Clear Condiment Group 3 as soon as a condiment is selected.
B
Y= Display Condiment Group 2 until CLEAR is pressed.
N= Clear Condiment Group 2 as soon as a condiment is selected.
A
Y= Display Condiment Group 1 until CLEAR is pressed.
N= Clear Condiment Group 1 as soon as a condiment is selected.
Enter the HALO (High Amount Lock-Out) that applies to this item. This helps
identify the highest amount allowed on this key. The most significant digit of this
entry is a unit amount; the least significant digit is the number of zeros. For example,
92= $9.00, 13= $10.00, 23= $20.00, etc.
SF-11B or A must be YES for the HALO to work. Also see SP-102 PLU HALOs.
H
Y= Send this item to Kitchen Printer 8.
G
Y= Send this item to Kitchen Printer 7.
F
Y= Send this item to Kitchen Printer 6.
E
Y= Send this item to Kitchen Printer 5.
D
Y= Send this item to Kitchen Printer 4.
C
Y= Send this item to Kitchen Printer 3.
B
Y= Send this item to Kitchen Printer 2.
A
Y= Send this item to Kitchen Printer 1.
Kitchen Printer
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Category
Select the category for this item (also see SP-133 Categories):
0= Category 1
4= Category 5
1= Category 2
5= Category 6
2= Category 3
6= Category 7
3= Category 4
7= Category 8
You can use categories to group items for kitchen print; typical categories would be
appetizers, entrees, desserts, etc.
Enter the number of the cooking instruction group (1-20 from SP-126) that applies to
this item.
Cooking
Instructions
Condiment (1)
Cooking instructions groups typically list selections that must be identified for the
item; for example, you could link a Steak PLU to Cooking Instruction Group 1 and
program Cooking Instruction Group 1 to display “Rare,” “Medium,” “Well,” etc.,
instructions.
A Condiment PLU group can automatically display for a main PLU. Condiment
PLUs are first defined in this program (SP-122) and are then organized into
Condiment Groups (SP-125). In this field, enter the number of the first Condiment
Group to be displayed for this item.
For example, if you are programming a Caesar Salad PLU that is sold with a choice
of Bread or Soup, you can link the Caesar Salad PLU to Condiment Group 1, and
use SP-125 to set up Condiment Group 1 to display Bread and Soup choices.
Condiment (2)
Enter the number of the second Condiment Group to be displayed for this item.
Condiment (3)
Enter the number of the third Condiment Group to be displayed for this item.
Condiment (4)
Enter the number of the fourth Condiment Group to be displayed for this item.
The handling of this field depends upon System Flag SF-20E and PLU Flag 4F.
If SF-20E= YES, your entry is a Chained Link PLU:
Enter the number of the Condiment Group (0-255, depending upon your memory
allocation) automatically displayed when this item is registered. For example, you
could have a Kid’s Burger PLU that automatically displays side order selections; for
the Kid’s Burger PLU, use this field to list the Condiment Group that includes the
side orders. (The linked PLUs can be sold at a zero price or at the normal price,
depending upon your programming.)
Condiment (5)
If SF-20E= NO, your entry is a single Linked PLU:
With this flag setting, the entry in this field instructs the system to automatically
register one specific Linked PLU with the main item. In SP-140, assign the Linked
PLU to any line number within the Look-up PLU 1 key. Then, in this field, enter the
line number that holds the Linked PLU. For example, if the Linked PLU is listed on
the fourth line of Look-up PLU 1, enter 4 in this field.
If PLU Flag 4F = NO:
The entry in this field is handled like the Condiment 1~4 fields.
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Y= This PLU calls up a SET menu, where the 5 Condiments fields listed for
this PLU display as associated courses in terms of Look-up PLUs.
N = This PLU does not trigger a SET menu.
G
Y= Allow toppings (defined in a Look-up PLU) with this item.
N= Do not allow toppings with this item.
F
Y= This is a Special (non-add) PLU, which updates the Special PLU Report
only.
N= This item updates normal sales reports.
E
(reserved)
Flag 5
D
C
Y= Print a single ticket for multiple quantities of this item (5 x PLU prints
one ticket).
N= Print separate tickets (5 x PLU prints five tickets).
Y= Allow 4-digit multiplication for this item (9999 x PLU is allowed).
N= Allow only 2-digit multiplication.
Set to YES if this is a Scale PLU; the max. quantity becomes 30.00 lbs.
B
Y= Print this item in red on the Kitchen Printer. (This overrides SF-42D.)
N= Use normal print.
A
Not used.
If Flag 5H is set to call up a SET menu, where the five Condiment fields display as
associated courses (in terms of Look-up PLUs), use this field to enter any extra price
associated with this item.
Extra Price
Flag 6
For example, if Menu 1 = Soup or Salad, Menu 2 = Lasagna, Steak, or Steak &
Lobster ($2.50 extra), and Menu 3 is Ice Cream or Sherbet, you can use this field to
enter the extra $2.50 associated with the Steak & Lobster selection.
Y= This is a Scale PLU.
H
N= Do not allow this item to be registered with a scale.
Y= Require a tare weight entry.
G
N= Do not require a tare weight.
Y= Allow manual tare weight entry for this item.
F
N= Do not allow manual tare weight.
Y= Allow multiple pound pricing (e.g., 4lbs/$1.00).
E
N= Do not allow multiple pound pricing.
Y= PLU Code Modifiers affect this PLU.
D
N= PLU Code Modifiers do not affect this PLU.
Y= Require a PLU Code Modifier for this PLU. If set warning message 176
C
displays if a PLU Code Modifier is not registered before the PLU.
B
Y= Allow direct PLU price override.
N= Do not allow direct PLU price override.
A
Y= France VAT (1/4 of price updates Tax 3; 3/4 updates Tax 4).
N= Use programmed tax.
Multiple Pound
Weight
If PLU Flag 6E is set to YES (allowing manual entry of weight as a quantity), enter
the multiple quantity for this scale item. For example, if bananas are priced 4lbs for
$1.00, enter the 4 lb. quantity here; enter the 1.00 price in one of the price fields.
Mix & Match
Enter the number of the Mix & Match table (from the SP-146 program) that applies
to this item.
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Pieces
Enter the piece count that applies to this item. For example, if you are programming
a 2PC Chicken Snack, you can enter 2 in this field to instruct the system to update
reported piece counts by 2 every time this item is sold.
Condiment Limit 5
Enter 0 if unlimited condiments can be selected from the Condiment Group (when
PLU Flag 4 E~A is set to Display the Condiment Group until CLEAR). Enter 1~99
to specify a number of PLUS that can be selected from the Condiment Group.
Condiment Limit 4
Enter 0 if unlimited condiments can be selected from the Condiment Group (when
PLU Flag 4 E~A is set to Display the Condiment Group until CLEAR). Enter 1~99
to specify a number of PLUS that can be selected from the Condiment Group.
Condiment Limit 3
Enter 0 if unlimited condiments can be selected from the Condiment Group (when
PLU Flag 4 E~A is set to Display the Condiment Group until CLEAR). Enter 1~99
to specify a number of PLUS that can be selected from the Condiment Group.
Condiment Limit 2
Enter 0 if unlimited condiments can be selected from the Condiment Group (when
PLU Flag 4 E~A is set to Display the Condiment Group until CLEAR). Enter 1~99
to specify a number of PLUS that can be selected from the Condiment Group.
Condiment Limit 1
Enter 0 if unlimited condiments can be selected from the Condiment Group (when
PLU Flag 4 E~A is set to Display the Condiment Group until CLEAR). Enter 1~99
to specify a number of PLUS that can be selected from the Condiment Group.
Flag 7
H
Not used.
G
Not used.
F
Not used.
E
Y= Require Condiment Group 5 for this item.
N= Do not require Condiment Group 5 for this item.
This requirement is ignored if PLU Flag 4 E~A = YES.
D
Y= Require Condiment Group 4 for this item.
N= Do not require Condiment Group 4.
C
Y= Require Condiment Group 3 for this item.
N= Do not require Condiment Group 3 for this item.
B
Y= Require Condiment Group 2 for this item.
N= Do not require Condiment Group 2 for this item.
A
Y= Require Condiment Group 1 for this item.
N= Do not require Condiment Group 1 for this item.
H
Y= Assign Group to Kitchen Display System department number.
N= Assign Category to Kitchen Display System department number.
G
F
Flag 8
Y= This PLU is a free item.
N= This PLU has a normal price.
Y= This PLU is an appetizer.
N= This PLU is not an appetizer.
E
Not used.
D
Not used.
C
Not used.
B
Not used.
A
Not used.
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KDS Category
Kitchen Display
ID 25 - 32
Kitchen Display
ID 17-24
Kitchen Display
ID 9-16
Kitchen Display
ID 1 - 8
Identify the priority (1~9999) for this item at the Kitchen Display.
H
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 32.
G
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 31.
F
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 30.
E
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 29.
D
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 28.
C
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 27.
B
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 26.
A
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 25.
H
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 24.
G
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 23.
F
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 22.
E
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 21.
D
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 20.
C
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 19.
B
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 18.
A
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 17.
H
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 16.
G
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 15.
F
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 14.
E
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 13.
D
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 12.
C
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 11.
B
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 10.
A
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 9.
H
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 8.
G
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 7.
F
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 6.
E
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 5.
D
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 4.
C
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 3.
B
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 2.
A
Send this item to Kitchen Display ID 1.
Condiment 5 field
PLU Flag 4F decides the handling for Condiment Group 5, which can be used for linked PLUs or for
normal condiment groups. System Flag SF-20 also affects the Condiment 5 field.
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Chain Linked PLUs (Condiment 5)
If PLU Flag 4F is set to YES and System Flag 20E is set to YES, Condiment 5 chains PLUs, so that
when the main PLU is sold, the linked PLUs are automatically sold.
For example, when a Kid’s Burger PLU is sold at $2.49, the Chips and Toy PLUs are automatically
sold at a zero price. (Linked PLUs can be either sold at a zero price or at their standard price.) This
allows stock to be adjusted and allows items to be printed on the kitchen printer and receipt printer.
Steps:
1. In SP-113, set SF-20 E= YES.
2. In SP-140, assign the Chips and Toy PLUs to a Look-up PLU.
3. In SP-122, set the Kid’s Burger PLU Flag 4F to YES.
4. In SP-122, enter the Look-up PLU number (of the Look-up PLU with the Chips and Toy) in the
Condiment 5 field.
Single Linked PLU (Condiment 5)
If PLU Flag 4F is set to YES and System Flag 20E is set to NO, Condiment 5 links to one PLU, so that
when the main PLU is sold, the single linked PLU is automatically sold.
Steps:
1. In SP-113, set SF-20 E= NO.
2. In SP-140, assign the linked PLU to Look-up PLU 1.
3. In SP-122, set PLU Flag 4F (of the main PLU) to YES.
4. In SP-122, enter the sequential PLU number from the Look-up PLU 1 key to the Condiment 5 field.
For example, if PLU 100 is assigned to the 3rd of Look-up PLU 1 key by SP-140, enter "3" in the
Condiment Group 5 field of the main PLU.
Entry Limit for Condiment PLUs (Condiment Limit)
If your system is set up to display Condiment Groups until the CLEAR key is pressed (PLU Flag 4
E~A), you can use the Condiment Limit field and Flag 4 to control condiment selections.
Possible assignments are shown in the following example.
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NAME: TACO PLATE
PRICE: 7.00
Link to Condiment Group 8 for Taco shell.
Link to Condiment Group 3 for Topping.
Link to Condiment Group 1 for Side dish.
Link to Condiment Group 10 for Soft drinks.
5th Condiment not linked to Condiment Group.
PLU 1 Sample Settings
CONDIMENT 1: 8
CONDIMENT 2: 3
CONDIMENT 3: 1
CONDIMENT 4: 10
CONDIMENT 5: 0
CONDIMENT LIMIT 1:
CONDIMENT LIMIT 2:
CONDIMENT LIMIT 3:
CONDIMENT LIMIT 4:
CONDIMENT LIMIT 5:
One Taco shell must be entered. (Flag 7A = YES.)
Up to three toppings can be entered.
Unlimited side dishes can be entered.
Soft drink entry limited to one and entry is not required.
not used
1
3
0
1
0
FLAG 4
E - DISPLAY COND 5 UNTIL CLEAR
D - DISPLAY COND 4 UNTIL CLEAR
C - DISPLAY COND 3 UNTIL CLEAR
B - DISPLAY COND 2 UNTIL CLEAR
A - DISPLAY COND 1 UNTIL CLEAR
FLAG 7
E - REQUIRE CONDIMENT 5
D - REQUIRE CONDIMENT 4
C - REQUIRE CONDIMENT 3
B - REQUIRE CONDIMENT 2
A - REQUIRE CONDIMENT 1
PLU 1 for TACOS PLATE
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
TACO
PLATE
1st Condiment Group for Tacos shell
When you select one of the shells, the screen
automatically advances to the next condiment
group.
The CLEAR button does not display, because only
one shell selection is required.
Condiment Entry Count
0/1 indicates 0 condiments have
been selected, and the limit is 1.
The count does not display if a limit is not
programmed.
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2nd Condiment Group for Topping
The program is set to allow up to three
toppings. When you select a third
topping, the screen advances to the next
condiment group.
If you only need one or two toppings,
you can press CLEAR when you are
ready to advance to the next condiment
group.
3rd Condiment Group for Side dish
You can select unlimited side dishes or
skip side dishes entirely. Press CLEAR
when you are ready to go to the next
condiment group.
4th Condiment Group for Soft drinks
When you select one of the soft drink
items, the screen returns to the main
screen.
CR button on the Condiment Selection Screen
The CR (Correction) button is available only for Condiment PLU correction. You can correct Condiment
PLUs on the sales screen and on the Condiment PLU screen up until you register the next main PLU.
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SP-128 Create Range of PLUs
This program is a shortcut that lets you create a sequential range of PLUs with identical definitions.
For example, if you are programming several soft drink PLUs, which all have the same prices, group
links, steering assignments, etc., you can create an initial PLU here and copy it to all PLU numbers
that represent soft drinks. With the exception of the PLU name, all information from the initial PLU
copies to the designated PLUs in the range. The procedure for this shortcut begins below.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-128 Create Range of PLUs and touch ENTER.
The screen displays a replica of the SP-122 PLUs program screen. (The Name field does not
display, because you cannot copy a name to another PLU.)
4. Select a line to define and touch ENTER.
5. Enter the information for this line and touch ENTER.
For details about the entries, see the PLU Data Entries table from the SP-122 PLUs program.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 to enter all information for the PLU you are copying.
7. When you complete all entries, touch CLEAR.
The screen prompts you to enter the “First PLU.”
8. Enter the number of the first PLU that should be created using the information you just
entered. This is the lowest PLU number in the range. Touch ENTER.
Enter the number of the last PLU that should be created and touch ENTER.
The screen now displays an “Are you sure?” message.
9. If you are sure you want to create the PLUs you identified, touch ENTER. (If you want to
start over, without creating any new PLUs, you can touch CLEAR.)
The system copies your entries to all PLUs within the range you identified. For example, if
you enter 200 as the starting number and enter 250 as the ending number, you create PLUs
200~250 with identical information.
You must go to SP-122 PLUs to program the names or make any other changes that apply
to the new PLUs.
This procedure will not overwrite existing PLUs that fall within the range you specify. For
example, if you specify a range from 200~300, and PLU 299 already exists, this procedure
creates new PLUs 200-298 and 300; PLU 299 is not changed.
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SP-127 Edit Range of PLUs
This program is another shortcut you can use when you have to make identical changes to a range of
PLUs. For example, if your soft drinks are numbered sequentially, and you need to change the prices,
you can enter the new price here and copy it to all soft drinks at once. You can edit any information
from the SP-122 PLUs program, except the PLU names. The system relays only the fields you edit.
Use the following steps to edit a range of PLUs at once.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-127 Edit Range of PLUs and touch ENTER.
The screen displays a replica of the SP-122 PLUs program screen. (The Name field does not
display; you cannot edit names here.)
4. Select a line to change and touch ENTER.
5. Enter the information for this line and touch ENTER.
For details about the entries, see the PLU Data Entries table from the SP-122 PLUs program.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 to enter all changes for this range of PLUs. Unchanged fields are not
updated; for example, if you do not change the Group field, the range of PLUs keeps its
original Group field assignment. If you change only the price, the price will be the only
update applied to the range.
7. When all changes for this range are complete, touch CLEAR.
The screen prompts you to enter the “First PLU.”
8. Enter the number of the first PLU (the lowest number in the range) that should receive the
change(s) you entered. Touch ENTER.
9. Enter the number of the last PLU (the highest number in the range) that should receive your
changes and touch ENTER.
The screen now displays an “Are you sure?” message.
10. If you are sure you want to apply the change to the PLUs you identified, touch ENTER. (If
you want to start over, without making any changes, you can touch CLEAR.)
The system applies the changes to all PLUs within the range you identified.
If you attempt to edit a non-existent PLU, the edit function will fail, and none of the PLUs
in the range will be updated. For example, if you specify a range from 200~300, and PLU
250 does not exist, the function will fail.
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SP-116 Delete / Undelete PLUs
Use this program to delete an existing PLU from your file. The PLUs you tag here are marked for
deletion, and they will be deleted as soon as you take a Z-85 Report to reset any accumulated totals. If
you delete a PLU by mistake or delete the incorrect PLU, you can use this program to “undelete” it up
until the Z-85 Report resets the totals.
To Delete a PLU:
Use the following steps when you are ready to delete a PLU from your file.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-116 Delete/Undelete PLUs Edit Range of PLUs and touch ENTER.
4. Select the PLU to delete and touch ENTER.
An “Are You Sure?” message displays. The PLU name also displays to help you confirm
that this is the item you want to delete.
5. If you are sure you want to delete this PLU, touch ENTER.
The system marks the PLU for deletion. If you go into SP-122 PLUs program, you will see
an asterisk next to the PLU name; this PLU cannot be registered, but it remains in the PLU
file until you reset its totals with a Z-85 Report.
If you touch ENTER and realize that this PLU should not be deleted, you can use the
Undelete procedure to restore it.
OR
If you do not want to delete the displayed PLU, touch CLEAR.
If you touch CLEAR, the system does not make any changes to the PLU you selected.
To Undelete a PLU:
Use the following steps to restore a PLU that has been marked for deletion. You can perform this
procedure at any point prior to resetting the deleted PLU totals with a Z85 Report.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
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3. Select SP-116 Delete/Undelete PLUs Edit Range of PLUs and touch ENTER.
4. Select the PLU to restore (undelete) and touch ENTER.
An “Are You Sure?” message displays, along with the PLU name.
5. If you are sure you want to restore this PLU, touch ENTER.
OR
If you entered an incorrect PLU number, touch CLEAR.
If you touch ENTER, the system reactivates the PLU. If you go into the SP-122 PLUs
program, the PLU has the same appearance as other active PLUs. This PLU item can now
be registered for sale.
If you touch CLEAR, the system does not make any changes to the PLU you selected.
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SP-125 Condiment Groups
Every PLU item can be linked to as many as 5 condiment groups. When you register a PLU item, its
linked condiment groups display, so that the user can make a selection. For example, a Chef Salad
PLU can link to a condiment group that displays all of the salad dressing choices. You can have up to
255 condiment groups (depending upon your memory allocation), and each condiment group can
include up to 72 PLU items.
Use the following procedure to set up your condiment groups.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-125 Condiment Groups and touch ENTER.
4. Select the condiment group to program and touch ENTER.
5. Select the line to program and touch ENTER.
6. Select the Name line and touch ENTER.
7. Type a description for this condiment group and touch ENTER
8. Select an available PLU line and touch ENTER.
9. Enter the number of a PLU that should appear in this condiment group and touch ENTER.
If programmed, the name of the PLU appears when you touch ENTER.
10. Repeat 8 and 9 to list all PLUs that should appear in this condiment group.
11. When you finish all entries for this group, touch CLEAR.
12. Repeat Steps 4 through 11 for each condiment group.
13. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
for another group
for the next group
for the next PLU to list
SP
125
ENTER
condiment
group
ENTER
description
1-16 char.
ENTER
PLU #
ENTER
CLEAR
CLEAR
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SP-126 Cooking Instruction Groups
Cooking instructions help provide information essential to item preparation. Any PLU item can be
linked to a cooking instruction group that automatically displays when you register the item. For
example, a NY Strip PLU can be linked to a “Temperature” cooking instruction group, so that every
time you register a NY Strip, the screen displays Rare, Medium, Well, etc. cooking instructions. You
can have up to 20 groups, and each group can list up to 8 cooking instruction messages. You can
choose from a total of 64 cooking instruction messages.
Use the following procedure to organize cooking instruction into groups.
Note: Cooking instructions look similar to condiment groups, but they are actually very
different. Both automatically display for linked PLUs, but condiment groups are
made up of PLUs, which can have individual prices and can be tracked on reports.
Cooking instruction groups are made up of messages, which cannot have a price
and are not tracked on reports. Also, PLUs can link to 5 condiment groups, but only
to one cooking instruction group.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-126 Cooking Instruction Groups and touch ENTER.
4. Select the cooking instruction group to program and touch ENTER.
5. Select the first available cooking instruction line and touch ENTER.
6. Enter the number of a cooking instruction (from SP-132) that should display for this group
and touch ENTER.
7. Repeat Steps 5 and 6 for each cooking instruction that should appear in this group.
8. When you finish this group, touch CLEAR.
9. Repeat Steps 4 through 8, as needed, for additional cooking instruction groups.
10. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
for another group
for the next group
for the next instruction
SP
126
ENTER
cooking
ins. group
ENTER
Cook line
1~8
ENTER
cooking ENTER
ins. 1~64
CLEAR
CLEAR
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SP-132 Cooking Instruction Messages
As described in SP-126, PLU items can be linked to a cooking instruction group, which automatically
displays after you register the item. Temperatures are commonly-used examples of cooking
instructions; they display automatically for any item that requires a temperature entry at registration.
Use this program to program the various cooking instruction messages (rare, medium, well, etc.). Then
use SP-126 to organize these instructions within a cooking instruction group.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-132 Cooking Instruction Messages and touch ENTER.
4. Select an unassigned cooking instruction line and touch ENTER.
5. Type a cooking instruction message for this line and touch ENTER.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each cooking instruction to program.
7. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
for the next
SP
132
ENTER
cooking
line 1~64
ENTER
cooking instruction
1~16 characters
ENTER
CLEAR
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SP-133 Categories
Categories let you group items on the Kitchen Printer. Each PLU item can link to one of 8 categories
to help the kitchen identify preparation timing. Typical examples of categories would be Appetizers,
Entrees, or Desserts. In the SP-122 PLU program, you link items to the applicable categories; use this
program to assign name that appear for the category on the kitchen printer.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-133 Categories and touch ENTER.
4. Select the category to program and touch ENTER.
5. Type a description for this category and touch ENTER.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each category to program.
7. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
for the next
SP
133
Note:
ENTER
category
0~7
ENTER
description
1~16 characters
ENTER
CLEAR
Your System Flag settings can affect Category handling.
ƒ
If you want categories to print on the Kitchen Printer, make sure System Flag SF42H = NO; if SF-42H = YES, the categories do not print.
ƒ
Categories can also print on receipts with the SHORT BUFFER PRINT key if SF64B = NO (disabling buffer print by Major Group).
ƒ
Categories do not appear on reports; they are for kitchen print purposes only.
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SP-140 Look-up PLUs
A Look-up PLU is a special function key that displays a list of PLU items for selection. For example,
you might have a Dessert Look-up PLU key that displays possible dessert choices. Use the following
procedure to create up to 78 Look-up PLU keys (depending upon your memory allocation), which can
each display up to 63 PLU items.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-140 Look-up PLUs and touch ENTER.
4. Select the Look-up PLU to program and touch ENTER.
5. Select the line to program and touch ENTER.
6. Enter the information for the line you selected and touch ENTER.
See the SP-140 Look-up PLU Data Entries table for details about the entries.
7. Repeat Steps 5 and 6 for line of the Look-up PLU you are programming.
8. When you finish this Look-up PLU, touch CLEAR.
9. Repeat Steps 4 through 8 for each Look-up PLU you are programming.
10. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
Look-up PLU Data Entries
Entry
Line
Name
Type up to 16 characters to describe this Look-up PLU.
H
Y= The Look-up PLU list stays on the screen (to allow multiple choices) until
you touch CLEAR.
N= The Look-up PLU list clears after a single selection.
G
Y= The items in this Look-up PLU list are not affected by Menu Shift.
N= Menu Shift affects the items in this Look-up PLU list.
F
Y= Allow Modifiers pressed before this Look-up PLU to affect items in
the Look-up list.
N= Ignore Modifiers pressed before this Look-up PLU key.
E
Y= Treat items in this Look-up PLU list as Toppings. (Items remain onScreen until CLEAR (regardless of Flag 1H above and SF-20D).
N= Do not treat items in this Look-up PLU list as Toppings.
Flag 1
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D
Y= Allow Function keys to be assigned to the Look-up PLU screen.
N= Do not include Function keys in the Look-up PLU screen.
C
Y= This Look-up PLU links to additional Look-up PLUs for unlimited levels.
(See below)
N= This Look-up PLU links to another Look-up PLU for one level only.
B
Not used.
A
Not used.
Enter the number of the PLU item to include in this Look-up PLU list. You can list
up to 63 PLUs per Look-up PLU.
PLU
Look-up PLU Link to Look-up PLUs for unlimited Levels
You can link one Look-up PLU to another Look-up PLU for unlimited levels or for one level only.
C=NO: Look-up to Look-up for one Level
A main Look-up PLU can link to another Look-up
PLU. The linked Look-up PLU can link to another
Look-up PLU, but the linked Look-up PLU can not
be pressed.
For example, LUPLU #1 (WINE) has three Look-up
PLUs: "LUPLU #11~13 for RED, WHITE, ROSE."
LUP #1
WINE
LUP #2 LUP #3 LUP #4 LUP #5
BEER WHISKY CKTAIL SOFT D
2nd Look-up PLU Screen
Look-up PLU Screen
LUP #50 LUP #51 LUP #52
FRANC GERMA ITALY
LUP #11 LUP #12 LUP #13
RED
WHITE ROSE
3rd Look-up PLU Screen
PLU Selection Screen
PLU 53
Wine 3
Look-up PLUs on Main Screen
LUP #11 LUP #12 LUP #13
RED
WHITE ROSE
LUP #2 LUP #3 LUP #4 LUP #5
BEER WHISKY CKTAIL SOFT D
PLU 51 PLU 52
Wine 1 Wine 2
A main Look-up PLU can link to Look-up PLUs for
unlimited levels.
1st Look-up PLU Screen
Look-up PLUs on Main Screen
LUP #1
WINE
C=YES: Look-up to Look-up for Unlimited Levels
PLU 54
Wine 4
PLU 55
Wine 5
PLU 56
Wine 6
LUP#75 LUP #76 LUP #77
BADEN FRANKE MOSEL
and so on
•
•
•
When "unlimited levels" [LUPF-C=YES] is set, you ALWAYS return to the main screen by pressing the
CLEAR button within the PLU selection screen.
When "one level only" [LUPF-C=NO] is set, the CLEAR button returns you to the previous Look-up PLU
screen when pressed within the PLU selection screen. You must then press CLEAR again to return to the main
screen. If you want to return to the main screen with a single button, include a "TO MAIN SCREEN" button in
SP-856 Look-up Screen Layout.
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SP-145 Tare Tables
A “tare” is a container weight that must be deducted from the overall scale item weight. For example,
if you place salad in a 1-ounce container, the 1-ounce container weight must be deducted from the item
weight. Use the SP-145 program to list the containers you use and the weights associated with these
containers. Then use the SP-122 PLUs program to link the tares to the items for which they are used.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-145 Tare Tables and touch ENTER.
4. Select the tare you are programming and touch ENTER.
5. Select the Name line and touch ENTER.
6. Enter a 16-character description for this tare and touch ENTER.
7. Select the Weight line and touch ENTER.
8. Enter the weight of this container (0~99.999 lbs. or kg.) and touch ENTER.
System Flag SF-110H decides if your entry is treated as lbs. or kg.
9. Touch CLEAR to leave this tare.
10. Repeat Steps 4 through 9 for each tare weight you are programming.
11. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
for the next
SP
145
ENTER
tare #
1 ~ 77
ENTER
description
1-16 char.
ENTER
weight
0-99.99
ENTER
CLEAR
CLEAR
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SP-146 Mix & Match Tables
Mix & Match tables help you assign a common factor to items linked for the purpose of applying a
discount or special price. You can use them for buy-one, get-one-free offers and other special pricing,
including the following:
ƒ Buy an item and get one of the same item free.
ƒ Buy a specified number of items at the same price and get one of those items free.
ƒ Buy a specified number of items and get the lowest-priced item free.
ƒ Buy a specified number of the same item and get a fixed amount discount.
ƒ Buy a specified number of items from a select group and get a fixed amount discount.
ƒ Buy a specified number of different items and get a fixed discount.
ƒ Buy a specified number of different items and get the combination at a fixed amount.
Use the following procedure to set up your Mix & Match tables; then use the SP-122 PLU program to
link your tables to applicable PLU items.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-146 Mix & Match Tables and touch ENTER.
4. Select the Mix & Match table to program and touch ENTER.
The number of available Mix & Match tables depends upon your memory allocation. You
can have as many as 255.
5. Select the line to program and touch ENTER.
6. Enter the information that applies to this line of the Mix & Match table and touch ENTER.
See the Mix & Match Data Entries table on the next page for details about the entries.
7. Repeat Steps 5 and 6 for each line of the Mix & Match table.
8. When you complete this table, touch CLEAR.
9. Repeat Steps 4 through 8 for each Mix & Match table you are programming.
10. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
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Mix & Match Data Entries
Entry
Line
Name
Type up to 16 characters to describe this Mix & Match table.
Type
1=
Type
2=
Type
3=
Type
4=
Table Type
Type
5=
Type
6=
Type
7=
Factor
Discount
Amount
Buy one of an item and get a second one of the same item free. An example
would be a House Salad that is free with the purchase of a second House
Salad.
Buy a specified number of like-priced items from a select group and get one
item from the select group free. An example would be a small beverage that is
free with the purchase of two other small beverages.
Buy a specified number of items and get the lowest-priced item free.
Multiple entries are prohibited for items linked to this table type. Use the
Factor field to specify the number of items required for the discount.
Buy a specified number of the same item and get a fixed amount discount. An
example would be $2.00 discount with the purchase of two House Salads.
Use the Factor field to specify the number of items required and use the
Discount Amount field to enter the amount to be discounted.
Buy a specified number of items from a select group and get a fixed amount
discount. An example would be a $2.00 discount with the purchase of any
three salads.
Use the Factor field to specify the number of items required and use the
Discount Amount field to enter the amount to be discounted.
Buy a specified number of different items and get a fixed amount discount. An
example would be a $1.00 discount off the purchase of a Club Sandwich and a
bag of chips.
Use the Factor field to specify the number of items required and use the
Discount Amount field to enter the amount to be discounted.
Buy a specified number of different items and sell the combination at a fixed
amount. An example would be a Chicken Sandwich and order of fries
(normally a total of $4.50), which sells at a reduced price of $3.75.
For Type 7, the PLU components that make up the combination must have
different groups. Use the Factor field to specify the number of items required
and use the Discount Amount field to enter the fixed price of the combination.
Enter the number of PLUs that must be sold to satisfy the discount or special price
requirement.
For Table Types 4~6: Enter the amount of the discount (.01~99999.99) to apply when
all requirements of the Mix & Match table are met.
For Table Type 7: Enter the price to be registered when all requirements of the Mix &
Match Table are met.
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SP-147 Combo Tables
Restaurants often offer special pricing for combinations of items or “combo” meals. SP-147 lets you
list items that make up the combo, as well as the discount amount. Use this program to create up to 99
Combo Tables, each with as many as ten PLU items.
For example, if the customer receives a 50¢ discount for a Burger, Fries, and drink combo, you can
create a Combo Table with these three items and specify the discount amount. Whenever you register
an order with these items, the system either automatically applies the discount or applies it when you
press the COMBO SUBTOTAL key (depending upon SF-165A).
Burger
Large Fries
Ice Tea
Chicken Nuggets
Coffee
Cheese Burger
Burger
Large Fries
Lemon Tea
BURGER SET
BURGER SET
Subtotal
TAX SALES
TAX
Subtotal
CASH
combo item #1
combo item #2
combo item #3
3.00
2.00
1.00
5.00
1.00
3.50
3.00
2.00
1.00
-0.50
-0.50
-----------20.50
combo item #3
combo item #1
combo item #2
combo item #3
combo discount (Combo discounts do not consolidate.)
combo discount
21.50
1.08
-----------21.58
21.58
When a component of the combo is not a specific item, you can specify a range of items to satisfy the
requirement. For example, many combos include a choice of drink; for this, you can specify a range of
drink PLUs that can be included in the combo.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-147 Combo Tables and touch ENTER.
4. Select the Combo table (1~99) to program and touch ENTER.
5. Select the line to program and touch ENTER.
6. Enter information that applies to this line and touch ENTER.
See the Combo Data Entries table for details about your entries.
7. Repeat Steps 5 and 6 for each line of this Combo.
8. When you finish this Combo, touch CLEAR
9. Repeat Steps 4 through 8 for each Combo you use.
10. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
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Line
Name
Flag 1
Flag 2
Discount
Amount
Entry
Type up to 16 characters to describe this combo table.
H
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
H
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
Not used.
Y= Disable this Combo table on Saturdays.
Y= Disable this Combo table on Fridays.
Y= Disable this Combo table on Thursdays.
Y= Disable this Combo table on Wednesdays.
Y= Disable this Combo table on Tuesdays.
Y= Disable this Combo table on Mondays.
Y= Disable this Combo table on Sundays.
Not used.
Not used.
Not used.
Not used.
Not used.
Not used.
Not used.
Not used.
Enter the amount to be subtracted when this combination of items is registered.
PLU 1
Enter the number of the first PLU item required for this combo meal.
PLU 2
Enter the number of the second PLU item required for this combo meal.
PLU 3
Enter the number of the third PLU item required for this combo meal.
PLU 4
Enter the number of the fourth PLU item required for this combo meal.
PLU 5 - 10
Enter the numbers(s) of the remaining PLU items required for this combo meal.
PLU Ranges
Within the PLU 1 - 10 fields, you can touch the RANGE key to place a wild card in either of the last
two digits of the PLU number. For example, if your combo table includes any of PLUs 1-9, go to one
of the PLU fields and touch RANGE without any numbers; you will see an x in the PLU number field.
If your combo table includes any of PLUs 100-199, enter 1 and touch RANGE twice; you will see a
1xx in the PLU number field. Some additional range examples include:
x=
xx =
1xx =
30x =
3xx =
3x0 =
PLUs 1 ~ 9
PLUs 1 ~ 99
PLUs 100 ~ 199
PLUs 301 ~ 309
PLUs 300 ~ 399
PLUs 300, 310, 320, 330, 340, 350, 360, 370, 380, 390
Note: To remove a PLU from the combo table, go to the line where the PLU is listed; enter
0 and touch ENTER.
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SP-148 Destinations
Destinations, such as Eat-in, Take-out, and Drive-Thru, appear on POS terminal displays, on Kitchen
Displays, and on receipts to note the final destination of the order. Use SP-148 to identify the
destinations you use and to set special requirements, including tax and price level shifting and
compulsion exceptions.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-148 Destinations and touch ENTER.
4. Select the destination (1~10) to program and touch ENTER.
5. Select the line to program and touch ENTER.
6. Enter information that applies to this line of the destination and touch ENTER.
See the Destinations Data Entries table, below, for details about your entries.
7. Repeat Steps 5 and 6 for each line of this destination.
8. When you finish this destination, touch CLEAR
9. Repeat Steps 4 through 8 for each destination to program.
10. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
Destination Data Entries
Line
Name
Entry
Type up to 16 characters to describe this destination.
F
Y= For this destination, shift Tax 1 items to Tax 3. (If used, PLUs are limited
to Tax 1 and 2; Taxes 3 and 4 are reserved for shifting.)
N= Use normal taxing.
Y= For this destination, shift Tax 2 items to Tax 4. (If used, PLUs are limited
to Tax 1 and 2; Taxes 3 and 4 are reserved for shifting.)
N= Use normal taxing.
Not used.
E
Not used.
D
Not used.
Price Level Shift for this destination:
NNN= No Shift (Price Level follows the setting of SP-108 Price Levels).
NNY= Shift to Price Level 1
NYN= Shift to Price Level 2
NYY= Shift to Price Level 3
H
G
Flag 1
C
B
A
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H
Y= Do not require Bill # for this destination.
N= Follow the normal Bill # requirements.
G
Y= Do not require a Table # entry for this destination.
N= Follow the normal Table # requirements.
F
Y= Do not require a Server # entry for this destination.
N= Follow the normal Server # requirements.
E
Y= Do not require a Person # entry for this destination.
N= Follow the normal Person # requirements.
D
Y= Do not require a Location for this destination.
N= Follow the normal Location requirements.
C
Not used.
B
Not used.
A
Not used.
H
Y= Kitchen Printer 8 items for this destination print to the Back-up in SF-44.
N= Use normal steering.
G
Y= Kitchen Printer 7 items for this destination print to the Back-up in SF-44.
N= Use normal steering.
F
Y= Kitchen Printer 6 items for this destination print to the Back-up in SF-43.
N= Use normal steering.
E
Y= Kitchen Printer 5 items for this destination print to the Back-up in SF-43.
N= Use normal steering.
D
Y= Kitchen Printer 4 items for this destination print to the Back-up in SF-44.
N= Use normal steering.
C
Y= Kitchen Printer 3 items for this destination print to the Back-up in SF-44.
N= Use normal steering.
B
Y= Kitchen Printer 2 items for this destination print to the Back-up in SF-43.
N= Use normal steering.
A
Y= Kitchen Printer 1 items for this destination print to the Back-up in SF-43.
N= Use normal steering.
Flag 2
Flag 3
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SP-111 PLU Menu (Hard PLUs)
The SP-111 PLU Menu program lets you assign preset or “hard” PLU keys to any of the five menu
levels you use for restaurant operations. For example, if you use the menu levels to represent Breakfast,
Lunch, and Dinner menus, you must use this program to identify the PLU items that display for each
of the menu levels.
Before you can use this program, you must use the SP-850 Touch Screen Layout program to designate
the buttons that can be set up as PLUs. Then use the following procedure to assign specific PLUs to
the buttons.
Note: If System Flag SF-20H = YES, the touch screen displays the PLUs you assign here.
If System Flag SF-20H = NO, the touch screen displays the Hard PLUs you assign
in the SP-850 Touch Screen Layout program, and your entries in this program are
ignored.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-111 PLU Menu and touch ENTER.
4. If you are defining the layout for a Cashier Station or for a Counter Terminal, touch the
CASHIER/COUNTER button.
OR
If you are defining the layout for an Order-Taker terminal, touch the ORDER-TAKER
button.
Note:
If you are not using the Enhanced Drive-Thru features (SF-74F =N), make sure you
select the Cashier/Counter Terminal layout.
5. Select the menu (1-5) to program and touch ENTER.
6. Press the CHANGE button.
7. Select the PLU to assign to a button on this menu and touch ENTER.
You can use the sort and search functions to find the PLU; then highlight the PLU and touch
ENTER. Or, if you know the number of the PLU, simply enter the PLU number and touch
ENTER.
The screen displays a layout template for the menu and type of terminal (Order-Taker or
Cashier Station/Counter terminal) you identified. Unassigned buttons display question
marks; the buttons you can assign here are based on your assignments in the SP-850 Touch
Screen Layout program.
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8. Touch a button on the template to use for this PLU.
You can use any of the buttons indicated on your template with a question mark. When you
touch a button, the selected PLU appears in the position.
9. Repeat Steps 7 and 8 for each PLU button you are assigning to this menu.
10. When you complete the assignments for this menu, touch CLEAR.
11. Repeat Steps 5 through 10 for each menu you use.
12. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
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SP-108 Price Levels
Your system can be set up with three price levels, which register the various item prices you specify in
the SP-122 PLU program. This program lets you change the price level with the keylock in SP
position; the level you set becomes the active price level when a clerk signs on in R mode.
Note:
If you want to shift prices by individual levels, set SF-23G to YES. If you want to
shift prices by a single PRICE SHIFT key, set SF-23G to NO. You can also set the
duration of the price shifting in SF-23F and SF-23E.
Also see the SP-161 Price Level Times program, if you want to automatically
change the price levels at a specific time of day and the SP-130 User Text Messages
44~46 to program descriptions for the levels.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-108 Price Levels and touch ENTER.
4. Select the price level (1, 2, or 3) you want to set and touch ENTER.
5. Touch CLEAR twice when you are ready to exit the program menu.
SP
108
ENTER
price level
1~3
ENTER
CLEAR
CLEAR
SP-161 Price Level Times
If restaurant price levels change at a specific time of day, you can use this program to have the system
automatically switch the level without user intervention. To use this function, you must set System
Flag SF-23A to allow automatic price level changes and set SF-23B to allow price level changes while
in a transaction. Then use the following steps to set the defined price level start and end times that
apply to each day of the week.
Note: Price Level descriptions are defined in SP-130 User Text Messages 44, 45, and 46.
The fields in this program reflect the descriptions set in your program.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-161 Price Level Times and touch ENTER.
4. Select the day of the week to assign and touch ENTER.
The screen displays 12 lines that define a Start and End time for each possible item price.
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5. Select the line to program and touch ENTER.
6. Enter the time that applies to this line and price level. Touch ENTER. Remember to use
military time.
7. Repeat Steps 5 and 6 for each price level.
8. Touch CLEAR when you finish all price levels for this day of the week.
9. Repeat Steps 4 through 8 for each day of the week.
10. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
Line
Entry
Level 2 Price 1 Start
Enter the time when Level 2, Price 1 (defined for each item in SP-122) begins.
Level 2 Price 1 End
Enter the time when Level 2, Price 1 ends.
Level 2 Price 2 Start
Enter the time when Level 2, Price 2 (defined for each item in SP-122) begins.
Level 2 Price 2 End
Enter the time when Level 2, Price 2 ends.
Level 2 Price 3 Start
Enter the time when Level 2, Price 3 (defined for each item in SP-122) begins.
Level 2 Price 3 End
Enter the time when Level 2, Price 3 ends.
Level 3 Price 1 Start
Enter the time when Level 3, Price 1 (defined for each item in SP-122) begins.
Level 3 Price 1 End
Enter the time when Level 3, Price 1 ends.
Level 3 Price 2 Start
Enter the time when Level 3, Price 2 (defined for each item in SP-122) begins.
Level 3 Price 2 End
Enter the time when Level 3, Price 2 ends.
Level 3 Price 3 Start
Enter the time when Level 3, Price 3 (defined for each item in SP-122) begins.
Enter the time when Level 3, Price 3 ends.
Level 3 Price 3 End
Military Time:
12:00 midnight = 0000 6:00 am = 0600
12:00 noon = 1200
1:00 am = 0100
7:00 am = 0700
1:00 pm = 1300
2:00 am = 0200
8:00 am = 0800
2:00 pm = 1400
3:00 am = 0300
9:00 am = 0900
3:00 pm = 1500
4:00 am = 0400
10:00 am = 1000
4:00 pm = 1600
5:00 am = 0500
11:00 am = 1100
5:00 pm = 1700
6:00 pm = 1800
7:00 pm = 1900
8:00 pm = 2000
9:00 pm = 2100
10:00 pm = 2200
11:00 pm = 2300
Example: If price levels are Day (Level 1 - from midnight to 4:00pm), Happy Hour (Level 2 - from 4:00pm
to 7:00pm), and Evening (Level 3 - from 7:00pm to midnight, you can set the following:
Level 2, Price 1 Start = 1600
Level 2, Price 1 End = 1900
Level 3, Price 1 Start = 1900
Level 3, Price 1 End = 0000
(The Day level runs from the Level 3, Price 1 End to the Level 2, Price 1 Start.)
You can extend a price level past midnight. For example if Late Night pricing starts at 11:00 pm
on Friday and continues through 2:00 am Saturday, you can set the following:
Friday Level 3, Price 1 Start = 2300
Saturday Level 3, Price 1 = 0000
Friday Level 3, Price 1 End = 0000
Saturday Level 3, Price 1 End = 0200
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SP-109 Menu Levels
Your system can be set up with five menu levels. This program sets the menu level when the clerks
sign on in R mode. Use the following procedure to manually select the active menu level for
operations.
Note:
To control menu shift access, set System Flag SF-24G to let clerks use the MENU
SHIFT key with the keylock in the R position.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-109 Menu Levels and touch ENTER.
4. Select the level (1 ~ 5) you want to set and touch ENTER.
5. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR twice.
SP
109
ENTER
menu level
1~5
ENTER
CLEAR
CLEAR
SP-162 Menu Shift Times
If your menu levels change at set times each day, you can use this program to automatically switch the
menu levels. First set System Flag SF-24A to allow the automatic menu level changes. Then use the
following steps to set the menu level start and end times for each price and each day of the week.
Note: The fields in this program reflect your Menu Level entries in SP-130 User Text
Messages 47~ 49 and 69~70. See System Flag SF-73 if you want to prevent the
automatic changes on specific days of the week.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-162 Menu Shift Times and touch ENTER.
4. Select a day of the week to assign and touch ENTER.
5. Select the line to program and touch ENTER.
6. Enter a time for this line and menu level. Touch ENTER. You must use military time.
7. Repeat Steps 5 and 6 for each menu level.
8. When you finish the entries for this day, touch CLEAR.
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9. Repeat Steps 4 through 8 for each day of the week.
10. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
Line
Entry
Menu 2 Price 1 Start
Enter the time when Menu 2, Price 1 (defined for each item in SP-122) begins.
Menu 2 Price 1 End
Enter the time when Menu 2, Price 1 ends.
Menu 2 Price 2 Start
Enter the time when Menu 2, Price 2 (defined for each item in SP-122) begins.
Menu 2 Price 2 End
Enter the time when Menu 2, Price 2 ends.
Menu 2 Price 3 Start
Enter the time when Menu 2, Price 3 (defined for each item in SP-122) begins.
Menu 2 Price 3 End
Enter the time when Menu 2, Price 3 ends.
Menu 3 Price 1 Start
Enter the time when Menu 3, Price 1 (defined for each item in SP-122) begins.
Menu 3 Price 1 End
Enter the time when Menu 3, Price 1 ends.
Menu 3 Price 2 Start
Enter the time when Menu 3, Price 2 (defined for each item in SP-122) begins.
Menu 3 Price 2 End
Enter the time when Menu 3, Price 2 ends.
Menu 3 Price 3 Start
Enter the time when Menu 3, Price 3 (defined for each item in SP-122) begins.
Menu 3 Price 3 End
Enter the time when Menu 3, Price 3 ends.
Menu 4 Price 1 Start
Enter the time when Menu 4, Price 3 (defined for each item in SP-122) begins.
Menu 4 Price 1 Start
Enter the time when Menu 4, Price 3 ends.
Menu 4 Price 1 Start
Enter the time when Menu 4, Price 3 (defined for each item in SP-122) begins.
Menu 4 Price 1 Start
Enter the time when Menu 4, Price 3 ends.
Menu 4 Price 1 Start
Enter the time when Menu 4, Price 3 (defined for each item in SP-122) begins.
Menu 4 Price 1 Start
Enter the time when Menu 4, Price 3 ends.
Menu 5 Price 1 Start
Enter the time when Menu 5, Price 3 (defined for each item in SP-122) begins.
Menu 5 Price 1 Start
Enter the time when Menu 5, Price 3 ends.
Menu 5 Price 1 Start
Enter the time when Menu 5, Price 3 (defined for each item in SP-122) begins.
Menu 5 Price 1 Start
Enter the time when Menu 5, Price 3 ends.
Menu 5 Price 1 Start
Enter the time when Menu 5, Price 3 (defined for each item in SP-122) begins.
Menu 5 Price 1 Start
Enter the time when Menu 5, Price 3 ends.
Military Time:
00:00 midnight = 1200
1:00 am = 0100
2:00 am = 0200
3:00 am = 0300
4:00 am = 0400
5:00 am = 0500
6:00 am = 0600
7:00 am = 0700
8:00 am = 0800
9:00 am = 0900
10:00 am = 1000
11:00 am = 1100
12:00 noon = 1200
1:00 pm = 1300
2:00 pm = 1400
3:00 pm = 1500
4:00 pm = 1600
5:00 pm = 1700
6:00 pm = 1800
7:00 pm = 1900
8:00 pm = 2000
9:00 pm = 2100
10:00 pm = 2200
11:00 pm = 2300
Example: If menu levels are set for Breakfast (Menu 1 - from 8:00am to 11:00am), Lunch (Menu 2 - from
11:00am to 4:00pm), and Dinner (Menu 3 - from 4:00pm to midnight), you can set the following:
Menu 2, Price 1 Start = 1100
Menu 3, Price 1 Start = 1600
Menu 2, Price 1 End = 1600
Menu 3, Price 1 End = 0800
(Breakfast automatically assumes the time from the Menu 3, Price 1 End to the Menu 2, Price 1
Start.)
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SP-100 PLU Modifiers
The SP-100 PLU Modifier program gives you control over item quantities. Use this program if you
want the system to adjust the report quantity by a specified factor. For example, when you register an
item with MODIFIER 1, you can have the system update the quantity by 2, by 2.5, by 10, or any other
quantity between .001 and 99.999.
Use the following steps to change the factor used for reported quantities.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-100 PLU Modifiers and touch ENTER.
4. Select the line with the quantity to modify and touch ENTER.
5. Enter the factor (.001 ~ 99.999) to use for report quantities and touch ENTER.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each line.
7. When you finish, touch CLEAR.
Line
Entry
Standard
Enter the quantity reported when the item is registered without a modifier.
MODIFIER 1
Enter the quantity reported when the item is registered with MODIFIER 1.
MODIFIER 2
Enter the quantity reported when the item is registered with MODIFIER 2.
Modifier Pricing:
Each PLU can have up to nine prices: prices 1~3 for Price Level 1, prices 1~3 for Price Level 2, and
prices 1~3 for Price Level 3. The price of the item is decided by the Price Level set at the terminal, by
the SP-122 PLU Price fields, and any modifiers registered with the item.
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When Price Level 1 is set, and you register the item without a modifier, the system uses the
price from the SP-122 Level 1 Price 1 field. When Price Level 2 is set, and you register the
item without a modifier, the system uses the price from the Level 2 Price 1 field.
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When Price Level 1 is set, and you register the item with the MODIFIER 1 key, the system
uses the price from the SP-122 Level 1 Price 2 field. If Price Level 2 is set, and you register
the item with MODIFIER 1, the system uses the price from the Level 2 Price 2 field.
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When Price Level 1 is set, and you register the item with the MODIFIER 2 key, the system
uses the price from the SP-122 Level 1 Price 3 field. If Price Level 2 is set, and you register
the item with MODIFIER 2, the system uses the price from the Level 2 Price 3 field.
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SP-101 PLU Prices
This program is a subprogram of SP-122 PLUs. It provides a quick way to perform price changes and
gives you added flexibility over program access. Clerks who have access levels matching the SP-101
PLU Prices program can change an item price, without having access to other information defined for
the item. Use the following procedure to change the price of an existing PLU item.
Note: Descriptions for Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3 fields are defined in SP-130 User Text
Messages 44, 45, and 46. Your entries for those messages affect the field names
here.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-101 PLU Prices and touch ENTER.
4. Select the PLU item you are changing and touch ENTER.
5. Select the line with the price to change and touch ENTER.
6. Enter the new price and touch ENTER.
7. Repeat Steps 5 and 6 if you need to change additional prices for this item.
8. When you finish this PLU item, touch CLEAR.
9. Repeat Steps 4 through 8 for each price change.
10. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
Line
Entry
Level 1 Price 1
Enter the price registered for Price Level 1.
Level 1 Price 2
Enter the price registered for Price Level 1, Modifier 1.
Level 1 Price 3
Enter the price registered for Price Level 1, Modifier 2.
Level 2 Price 1
Enter the price registered for Price Level 2.
Level 2 Price 2
Enter the price registered for Price Level 2, Modifier 1.
Level 2 Price 3
Enter the price registered for Price Level 2, Modifier 2.
Level 3 Price 1
Enter the price registered for Price Level 3.
Level 3 Price 2
Enter the price registered for Price Level 3, Modifier 1.
Level 3 Price 3
Enter the price registered for Price Level 3, Modifier 2.
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SP-102 PLU HALOs
SP-102 is a subprogram of the SP-122 PLUs program, where you initially set the high amount limit for
each PLU item. You can use SP-102 if you need only to change the high amount limit set for a
particular PLU or if you want additional control over access. Clerks with access levels matching the
SP-102 PLU HALOs program can change a HALO, without having access to other information
defined for the item. The procedure you use for this program is described here.
Note: If System Flag SF-11B or A = NO, the HALO will not work. Also see the SP-122
PLU HALO field; your entry in this program updates SP-122, as well.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-102 PLU HALOs and touch ENTER.
4. Select the PLU item with the HALO you are changing and touch ENTER.
5. Touch ENTER to select the HALO field.
6. Enter a 2-digit number that represents the high amount limit for this item and touch ENTER.
The most significant digit of this entry is a unit amount; the least significant digit is the
number of zeros. For example, 11 = 10¢, 12 = $1.00, 13 = $10.00, 94 = $100.00, 22 = $2.00,
23 = $20.00, etc.
7. When you are ready to leave this item, touch CLEAR.
8. Repeat Steps 4 through 8 for each item to change.
9. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
for the next
SP
102
ENTER
PLU
#
ENTER
HALO
01~99
ENTER
CLEAR
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MESSAGES & DESCRIPTIONS
Most of the messages that appear on your display, receipt, and other printers are fully programmable.
You can modify them to match the terminology of your application. Several programs help you create
customized messages and descriptions:
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SP-130 User Text Messages
SP-131 Warning Messages
SP-135 Logo Lines - 24 Characters
SP-141 Logo Lines - Wide
SP-136 ECR Name
SP-137 KP Names
SP-138 Paid Out Names
SP-139 GST Merchant
All of these programs deal specifically with description and message programming. This section
describes the procedures for the above programs.
Note that many of the displayed and printed descriptions are defined within other programs. For
example, you assign clerk names within the SP-123 Clerks program, Major Group and Group names
within the SP-120 and SP-121 programs, and PLU names within the SP-122 PLU program. Also, you
can customize the captions that display for touch screen buttons within the various Touch Screen
Layout programs.
SP-130 User Text Messages
User Text Messages are messages and descriptions that appear for various functions and function keys.
The system has a default list of messages and descriptions. Use this program to customize the entries
to fit your restaurant operations.
Note: Before initially changing the User Text Messages, perform the SP-9913 Initialize
Text command to load the defaults for the D7 firmware.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-130 User Text Messages and touch ENTER.
4. Select the user text message to edit and touch ENTER.
See the User Text Message list, below, to review the messages you can change here.
5. Enter a new description or message (1-10 characters) and touch ENTER.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each needed change.
7. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
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for the next
SP
130
ENTER
User Text
Message 1~200
User Text
Message #
ENTER
description
max. 10 char.
ENTER
CLEAR
Default Message
1
HALF (MODIFIER 1 - if PLU Flag 2C = NO)
2
DOUBLE (MODIFIER 2 - if PLU Flag 2C = NO)
3
SMALL (MODIFIER 1 - if PLU Flag 2C = YES)
4
LARGE (MODIFIER 2 - if PLU Flag 2C = YES)
5
VOID
6
REFUND
7
DISCOUNT
8
CORRECTED
9
10
11
12
PAID OUT
13
COMPLIMNTRY
14
TRAINING (Title printed on Full Transaction Report)
15
CANCEL
16
TIP
17
ROOM
18
ADJUST 1
19
ADJUST 2
20
DEPOSIT
21
-DEPOSIT
22
COUPON TOT
23
PRESET TND
24
SUBSIDY (for Infineer Smart Card Terminal)
25
DEPT CASH (for Infineer Smart Card Terminal)
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SPARE C6
27
SUBTOTAL
28
CHANGE
29
NO SALE
30
TAX SALES 1
31
TAX SALES 2
32
TAX SALES 3
33
TAX SALES 4
34
TAX 1
35
TAX 2
36
TAX 3
37
TAX 4
38
GST V SALE
39
GST V VAL
40
TAX
41
PERSON
42
SERVER
43
SLEEPING
44
STD PRICES (Price Level 1)
45
HAPPY HOUR (Price Level 2)
46
EVENING (Price Level 3)
47
Drink Menu (Menu 1)
48
Lunch Menu (Menu 2)
49
Dinner Menu (Menu 3)
50
BILL (Order)
51
TABLE
52
---SER---
53
NEW BAL
54
PREV BAL:
55
---IRC---
56
SIGNED:
57
DEP BAL
58
ACCOUNT #
59
TRANSFERED
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EXP DATE:
61
AMOUNT
62
SALE
63
---MORE---
64
PIECES (printed of PLU/Group report for Piece Count)
65
66
TOTAL
67
POUCH TOT
68
VAT SHIFT
69
MENU 4
70
MENU 5
71
SEAT #
72
SEQ NO (set by SP-9913)
73
AUTH CODE (set by SP-9913)
74
TRANS VOID
75
LOGON
76
LOGOFF
77
NEW VALUE (for Infineer Smart Card Terminal)
78
EURO
79
(Media Extra Signature Line 1 when SF-81H = YES)
80
(Media Extra Signature Line 1 when SF-81G = YES)
81
(Media Extra Signature Line 1 when SF-81F = YES)
82
ITEMS
83
ALL CARDS
84
85
86
AMEX (set by SP-9913)
87
VISA
88
MASTERCARD
89
DISCOVER
90
PRIVATELBL
91
DINERS/CB
92
JCB
93
DEBIT
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PREV VALUE (for Infineer Smart Card Terminal)
95
LOCATION
96
TAX EXEMPT
97
EXEMPTED
98
ADD-ON TAX (total)
99
VAT TAX (total)
100
NET CHARGE
101
NET SALES
102
TRANS.IN
103
TRANS. OUT
104
-EFT COMM-
105
PHONE/VAT#
106
GROUP
107
EAT-IN
108
TAKE-OUT
109
S.PLU CHRG
110
S.PLU NRCV
111
S.PLU SALE
112
DELIVERY
113
$ MAN WT
114
NET (net item weight after tare deduction - displays on operator display only)
115
ORDER #
116
REG. HOURS
117
EMPLOYEE#
118
TRANS NO (for Infineer Smart Card Terminal)
119
TERM NO (for Infineer Smart Card Terminal)
120
DEPT BAL (for Infineer Smart Card Terminal)
121
SUBS BAL (for Infineer Smart Card Terminal)
122
BALANCE (for Customer Invoice)
123
YOU SAVED (discount messaged printed with discount amount - see SF-114A)
124
CHECK #
125
END DAY 1
126
END DAY 2
127
END DAY 3
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TXSL&TAX 1 (printed by SF-118H)
129
TXSL&TAX 2 (printed by SF-118H)
130
TXSL&TAX 3 (printed by SF-118H)
131
TXSL&TAX 4 (printed by SF-118H)
132
PERSON AVG (printed by SF-118G)
133
134
CUR CHARGE (printed by SF-104D)
135
ENTER NAME
136
ADD VALUE (for Infineer Smart Card Terminal)
137
T.VOID
138
APPROVED:
139
DEBIT CARD
140
RETURN
141
142
143
144
145
146
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148
149
150
REMOTE OPE (for Remote Operation Device - SF-120H)
151
SALES TTL
152
DRAWER TTL
153
GIFT CARD
154
BALANCE
155
SALE (for Gift Card)
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Refund (for Gift Card)
157
Activation
158
PAID
159
DRINK &
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FOOD
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COMBO (for report)
162
WASTE
163
WASTE QTY
164
SMALL (PLU Code Modifier 1)
165
MEDIUM (PLU Code Modifier 2)
166
LARGE (PLU Code Modifier 3)
167
C.MODIFY 4 (PLU Code Modifier 4)
168
C.MODIFY 5
169
C.MODIFY 6
170
C.MODIFY 7
171
C.MODIFY 8
172
C.MODIFY 9
173
OCD DP ON
174
OCD DP OFF
175
176
177
178
:
:
187
User Text 187
188
User Text 188
189
User Text 189
190
User Text 190
191
User Text 191
192
User Text 192
193
User Text 193
194
User Text 194
195
User Text 195
196
User Text 196
197
User Text 197
198
User Text 198
199
User Text 199
200
User Text 200
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SP-131 Warning Messages
Warning messages display to warn an operator of an error, prompt for an entry, or describe a condition
at the terminal. The system comes standard with a default set of warnings. You can use this program to
customize any of the warnings according to restaurant specifications.
Note:
A warning message overview is provided at the end of this section.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-131 Warning Messages and touch ENTER.
4. Select the user text message to edit and touch ENTER.
See the Warning Message list, below, to see the programmable warnings.
5. Enter a new warning message (1-16 characters) and touch ENTER.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each needed change.
7. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
for the next
SP
131
ENTER
warning
message 1~200
Warning
Message #
ENTER
description
max. 16 char.
ENTER
CLEAR
Default Message
1
OVERLIMITATION
2
NO SUCH PLU
3
NO MODIFIERS
4
ENTER ROOM NO.
5
CONDIMENT ONLY
6
CREATE NEW BILL
7
SELECT CONDIMENT
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SELECT OPTION
9
SELECT PRICES
10
MENU SELECTION
11
MANAGER KEY REQD
12
SEL ITEMS TO XFR
13
ARE YOU SURE?
14
ENTER BILL
15
ENTER TABLE
16
ENTER SERVER
17
ENTER PERSON
18
ENTER CLERK
19
CLERK TO PRINT?
20
NO SUCH BILL
21
BILL IN USE
22
SELECT LOCATION
23
IN COMMUNICATION
24
SWIPE CARD
25
PRINTER ERROR
26
OVER TEND PROHIB
27
C-BILL NEAR FULL
28
C-BIL FULL
29
Z-96 REPORT REQ
30
SORTING REP LIST
31
SORTING PRG LIST
32
PRESS CLEAR
33
BILL EXISTS
34
MUST STORE/CLOSE
35
SORTING BTN LIST
36
PRESS ANY BUTTON
37
KP ERROR
38
SHORT TENDER
39
SELECT MEDIA
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FORMATTING REP
41
ENTER TEXT
42
KP PAPER LOW
43
SENDING TO KP
44
TRANSFER BILL?
45
TRANSFER TABLE?
46
CID 1 LIFT REQD
47
CID 2 LIFT REQD
48
ENTER AMOUNT
49
SHUFFLING RAM
50
SELECT CHANGE
51
PRESS SUBTOTAL
52
MUST TENDER
53
Z-01 COMPULSORY
54
CLOSE DRAWER
55
SCROLL TO VIEW
56
CASH DEC COMPULS
57
SENDING TO SLIP
58
SLIP PRINTER ERR
59
BUSY
60
CHECKING ECRS
61
IRC INIT REQD
62
NO OPTIONS
63
SORTING
64
MONITORING JRNL
65
ROOM COMMS FAIL
66
NO SUCH ROOM
67
OCCUPIER LIST
68
PERSON TYPE
69
TRACK AREA OVER
70
SERVER ONLY
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CARD EXPIRED
72
ENTER EXP DATE
73
ENTER START DATE
74
VOICE REFERL REQ
75
NO RESP - RETRY
76
CHECK SIGNATURE
77
ONLINE AUTHORIZE
78
KP REDIRECTED
79
ASSIGN NEW SEAT
80
ENTER ISSUE NO.
81
ATTENDANCE FULL
82
PREV POINTS BAL:
83
POINTS AWARDED :
84
NEW POINTS BAL:
85
LOYAL COMMS FAIL
86
INCORRECT BRANCH
87
EFT BUSY
88
ENTER TIP
89
ENTER QUANTITY
90
ENTER PRICE
91
ENTER ACCOUNT NO
92
ENTER PLU NUMBER
93
INSERT SMART CARD
94
CARD WRITER ERROR
95
CARD FAILURE
96
NOT ENOUGH FUNDS
97
REMOVE CARD
98
LOGON COMPULSORY
99
EAT IN/TAKE-OUT (ENTER DESTINATION)
100
PC SLIP ERROR
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101
CUSTOMER A
102
CUSTOMER B
103
CUSTOMER C
104
CUSTOMER D
105
RECEIPT IS ON
106
RECEIPT IS OFF
107
WARNING 107
108
FILE NOT FOUND
109
CREATE NEW FILE?
110
CUSTOM FILE FULL
111
DUPLICATE PHONE#
112
PHONE# HAS CHANG
113
INVALID PHONE#
114
WARNING 114
115
WARNING 115
116
WARNING 116
117
IRC PROGRAM CHNG
118
EURO CONV. ERROR
119
PASSWORD ERROR
120
NEW CUSTOMER?
121
INVALID SCALE
122
REMOVE ON SCALE
123
SCALE COM. ERROR
124
SELECT TARE
125
TARE WEIGHT OVER
126
TARE COMPULSORY
127
MANUAL TARE PROH
128
SELECT JOB CODE
129
SELECT PAY RATE
130
SEL GRACE PERIOD
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IN START TIME
132
IN END TIME
133
OUT START TIME
134
OUT END TIME
135
PERIOD
136
UNINET HEAP FULL
137
WARNING 137
138
WARNING 138
139
TRANSFER PROHIBT
140
FTP FAILURE
141
SEL TABLE POSN
142
ASSIGN GROUP
143
SELECT CATEGORY
144
WARNING
145
EJF NEARLY FULL
146
TRANSACTION VOID
147
WARNING 147
148
PLEASE RE-SIGN ON
149
PROCESSING...
150
REMOTE OPE ERROR
151
CHECKSUM ERROR
152
EMBEDDED CHK ERR
153
WARNING 153
154
WARNING 154
155
WARNING 155
156
WARNING 156
157
WARNING 157
158
ACCCESS REJECTED
159
INVALID PAYMENT
160
WARNING 160
161
WARNING 161
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R-PRT NOT EXIST
163
F-UNIT NOT EXIST
164
I/F NOT EXIST
165
NOT SUPPORTED
166
NOT PROGRAMMED
167
REQ POWER OFF ON
168
FTP DOWNLOAD
169
WARNING 169
170
C-DSP COMMS FAIL
171
LOW COIN
172
OCD COMMS FAIL
173
OCD BUFFER FULL
174
OCD BUSY
175
OPEN TRACK EXIST
176
ENTER C. MODIFIER
177
WARNING 177
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-- CHANGE ORDER --
179
--- BREAK IN ---
180
--- NEW CAR ---
181
MUST BE SERVED
182
ENTER CLERK (CS)
183
ORDER EXIST
:
:
190
WARNING 190
191
WARNING 191
192
WARNING 192
193
WARNING 193
194
WARNING 194
195
WARNING 195
196
WARNING 196
197
WARNING 197
198
WARNING 198
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WARNING 199
200
WARNING 200
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Warning Message Overview
The next several pages provide an overview of significant error messages and the steps you use to
resolve the error.
Warning Message 01 - Overlimitation
REASON:
Displays when a number entry is too high or exceeds a maximum. For example, this message displays
if a clerk tries to register a quantity of 100 with a PLU item (100 x PLU is invalid).
SOLUTION:
Press CLEAR and re-enter the correct number.
Warning Message 02 - No Such PLU
REASON:
The user has attempted to register a PLU that does not exist, has not been programmed correctly, or
has been deleted.
SOLUTION:
Retry the PLU with the correct PLU code number. Check the SP-122 PLU program to make sure the
PLU is correctly defined.
Warning Message 03 - No Modifiers
REASON:
The user has attempted to modify a PLU that is not set up to allow Modifiers.
SOLUTION:
Make sure the correct PLU was registered with the Modifier. Check the PLU programming to verify
that the PLU allows modifiers (SP-122, PLU Flag 2).
Warning Message 05 - Condiment Only
REASON:
The user has tried to register a PLU which is programmed to be sold as a condiment only (SP-122,
PLU Flag 1F).
SOLUTION:
The PLU can only be sold as a condiment (after a main PLU item).
Warning Message 06 - Create New Bill ?
REASON:
The user has tried to open a track that does not exist.
SOLUTION:
Either press ENTER to create a new track or press CLEAR to cancel the operation.
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Warning Message 12 - Select Items to Transfer
REASON:
When a Split Bill operation is initiated, this message prompts the user to select items to be transferred
from this track.
SOLUTION:
Use the SCROLL and ENTER keys to select the items to be transferred from this track.
Warning Message 14 - Enter Bill
REASON:
The user has tried to store a transaction without first assigning a bill number. A bill number is required
before the transaction can be stored (Bill Number System - SF-37H).
SOLUTION:
Enter a bill number and press ENTER to store the transaction or press CLEAR to cancel the operation.
Warning Message 15 - Enter Table
REASON:
A user has tried to store a transaction without first assigning a table number. A table number entry is
required before the transaction can be stored (Table System - SF-37H).
SOLUTION:
Enter a table number and press ENTER to store the transaction or press CLEAR to cancel the
operation.
Warning Message 16 - Enter Server
REASON:
The terminal is programmed to require a server entry, and a user has tried to store a transaction
without first entering a server number.
SOLUTION:
Enter a server number and press ENTER, and then store the transaction or press CLEAR to cancel the
operation.
Warning Message 17 - Enter Person
REASON:
This terminal is programmed to require a number of persons entry, and the user has tried to store a
transaction without first recording the number of persons.
SOLUTION:
Enter the number of persons and press ENTER, and then store the transaction or press CLEAR to
cancel the operation.
Warning Message 18 - Enter Clerk
REASON:
A clerk must sign on before the operation can continue.
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SOLUTION:
Sign on a clerk.
Warning Message 19 - Clerk To Print ?
REASON:
A clerk number is required before pressing the BUFFER PRINT key.
SOLUTION:
Do one of the following:
- press the LAST CLERK key to print last clerk.
- press a hard clerk key.
- enter the clerk number and press ENTER.
Warning Message 20 - No Such Bill
REASON:
A user has entered an incorrect bill or table number.
SOLUTION:
Press CLEAR and retry the operation with a correct bill or table number.
Warning Message 21 - Bill In Use
REASON:
A user has tried to pick up a track that is already being used by another clerk.
SOLUTION:
Verify that the correct bill or table number was entered.
Warning Message 23 - In Communication
REASON:
This message displays when a terminal is involved in a communicating procedure.
SOLUTION:
No action is required. Wait until the message clears before resuming or starting an operation.
Warning Message 25 - Printer Error
REASON:
There is a problem with the internal printer, where applicable. Confirm that it is connected properly.
SOLUTION:
This message is not applicable for the DX-910, DX-895, or TX-875 terminals.
Warning Message 26 - Over Tend Prohibited
REASON:
The user has tried to enter an over-tender amount, and the attempted media has been programmed to
prohibit over-tendering (SP124, Media Flag 1E).
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SOLUTION:
Press CLEAR and enter an amount that does not exceed the amount due or select a media that allows
over-tendering.
Warning Message 27 - Customer Bill Memory Near Full
REASON:
The memory allocated for customer bills has fewer than 100 remaining lines. Additional PLU entries
are not recorded (with the exception of the last line of information).
SOLUTION:
Take a Z-96 Customer Bill report to secure the memory.
Warning Message 28 - Customer Bill Memory Full
REASON:
The memory allocated for customer bills is full. Further registration (other than non-sale operations,
such as P/O, R/A and No Sale) is prohibited.
SOLUTION:
Take a Z-96 Customer Bill report to secure the memory.
Warning Message 29 - Z-96 Report Request
REASON:
Transaction data is saved in the customer bill memory, and you have attempted to change the number
of customer bill lines in the SP-112 Maximums (memory allocation) program.
SOLUTION:
Take a Z-96 Customer Bill report to reset the saved transaction data, and then program the number of
customer bill lines.
Warning Message 30 - Sorting Rep List
REASON:
This message appears while the terminal sorts the report list for display.
SOLUTION:
Allow the sorting to complete.
Warning Message 31 - Sorting Prg List
REASON:
This message appears while the terminal sorts the program list for display.
SOLUTION:
Allow the sorting to complete.
Warning Message 32 - Press CLEAR
REASON:
Displays after selected warning messages to prompt the user to press the CLEAR key.
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SOLUTION:
Press CLEAR.
Warning Message 33 - Bill Exists
REASON:
The user has tried to open a track with a bill/table number that is already in use.
SOLUTION:
Confirm that the correct bill/table number was entered. Press CLEAR and choose a different bill/table
number.
Warning Message 34 - Must Store / Close
REASON:
The memory allocated for tracks is more than 90% full.
SOLUTION:
Take an X-81 Full Track Report; check for any tracks with zero balances and finalize them. Close any
additional open tracks that can be finalized. If this problem occurs regularly, you may need to increase
the memory allocated to tracks.
Warning Message 35 - Sorting Key (Button) List
REASON:
This message appears while the terminal sorts the list of keys for display.
SOLUTION:
Allow the sorting to complete.
Warning Message 36 - Press Any Key (Button)
REASON:
This message displays to prompt you to press a key (button) to program.
SOLUTION:
Press the key to program or press CLEAR to exit.
Warning Message 37 - KP Error
REASON:
The kitchen printer is not responding.
SOLUTION:
Check the paper in the printer. Verify that the printer has power. Make sure all cables are securely
connected. During initial set-up, also make sure all communication settings are correct. Retry the
operation and, if it fails again, contact your Uniwell representative.
Warning Message 38 - Short Tender
REASON:
The amount tendered was less than the subtotal.
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SOLUTION:
Check the amount entered and make any needed corrections.
Warning Message 39 - Select Media
REASON:
During Cash Declaration, this message displays to prompt for a media selection.
SOLUTION:
Either select a media and enter the amount or press CLEAR to end the operation.
Warning Message 40 - Formatting Rep
REASON:
For reports, this message displays while the terminal is formatting the report.
SOLUTION:
Allow the formatting to complete.
Warning Message 41 - Enter Text
REASON:
A NON-ADD # key has been pressed to allow the user to enter a message within a transaction.
SOLUTION:
Either enter text and press ENTER or press CLEAR to end the operation.
Warning Message 42 - KP Paper Low
REASON:
The paper in the Kitchen Printer paper is getting low, or the paper has been dislodged.
SOLUTION:
Check the paper and, if necessary, reposition or replace the roll.
Warning Message 43 - Sending To KP
REASON:
Items steered to a Kitchen Printer have been registered; this message displays while the items relay to
the printer(s).
SOLUTION:
Allow the Kitchen Printer to receive the items. The message will clear automatically.
Warning Message 44 - Transfer Bill ?
REASON:
While a track was open, the user entered a bill number and pressed the BILL key. This message asks
you to confirm that you want to transfer the track.
SOLUTION:
If you want to transfer the current track, press ENTER to perform the transfer. If you want to end the
operation without transferring the track, press CLEAR.
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Warning Message 45 - Transfer Table ?
REASON:
While a track was open, the user has entered a table number followed by the TABLE # key. This
message asks you to confirm that you want to transfer the table.
SOLUTION:
If you want to transfer the current table, press ENTER to perform the transfer. If you want to end the
operation without transferring the table, press CLEAR.
Warning Message 46 - CID 1 Lift Reqd
REASON:
The programmed cash limit (SP-152) for Drawer 1 has been reached, and a cash-in-drawer lift is
required.
SOLUTION:
Use the PAID OUT function to reduce the amount of cash in the drawer.
Warning Message 47 - CID 2 Lift Reqd
REASON:
The programmed cash limit (SP-152) for Drawer 2 has been reached, and a cash-in-drawer lift is
required.
SOLUTION:
Use the PAID OUT function to reduce the amount of cash in the drawer.
Warning Message 48 - Enter Amount
REASON:
During a Paid Out operation, this message displays to prompt you to enter the amount to be taken from
the selected media.
SOLUTION:
Enter the amount and press desired media.
Warning Message 49 - Shuffling RAM
REASON:
Information in the POS terminal memory has been changed (for example, the maximum number of
PLUs), and the terminal is adjusting storage in the memory.
SOLUTION:
Allow the adjustment to finalize. The message clears automatically when the adjustment is complete.
Warning Message 50 - Select Change
REASON:
Change from a foreign currency must be selected.
SOLUTION:
Select the currency in which change should be issued by pressing the applicable media key.
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Warning Message 51 - Press Subtotal
REASON:
Displays when Subtotal Compulsion is set (SF-22G), and you forget to press Subtotal before a media
key.
SOLUTION:
Press CLEAR and press SUBTOTAL. Then finalize the transaction.
Warning Message 52 - Must Tender
REASON:
Amount Tender Compulsion is set (SP-124, Media Flag 1G), and an amount must be entered before
this media key.
SOLUTION:
Press CLEAR. Enter the amount the customer pays and then press the media key.
Warning Message 53 - Z-01 Compulsory
REASON:
SF-18A has been set to require a Z-01 Report after a Cash-in-Drawer declaration.
SOLUTION:
Take a Z-01 report.
Warning Message 54 - Close Drawer
REASON:
You have tried to register a transaction while the cash drawer is open.
SOLUTION:
Close drawer to continue. Also make sure the drawer is level.
Warning Message 55 - Scroll To View
REASON:
This message appears while a report displays
SOLUTION:
Use the SCROLL and PAGE UP/PAGE DOWN keys to view the entire report.
Warning Message 56 - Cash Dec Compulsory
REASON:
Cash Declaration Compulsion has been set (SF-18H,G) and a Cash Declaration has not been
performed.
SOLUTION:
Turn key to X position and perform a cash declaration.
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Warning Message 57 - Sending To Slip
REASON:
When a slip print operation has been registered, this message lets the user know information is being
sent to the slip printer.
SOLUTION:
Allow the print to complete. The message clears automatically.
Warning Message 58 - Slip Printer Error
REASON:
The slip printer has failed to respond.
SOLUTION:
Check all slip printer cables. Make sure that the form/paper is correctly positioned in the slip. During
initial set-up, confirm that the slip printer settings are correct. Then retry the operation.
Warning Message 59 - Busy
REASON:
Indicates that the specified clerk is busy. For example, this message displays if Clerk 1 signs onto a
terminal when already signed onto another terminal in the IRC network.
SOLUTION:
Confirm that the correct clerk number was entered. Press CLEAR and either use another clerk number
or wait until the clerk signs off the other terminal.
Warning Message 60 - Checking ECRs
REASON:
This message displays when a terminal is checking other terminals on IRC network to see if the clerk
or track exists or is in use on another terminal.
SOLUTION:
Allow the verification to complete. The message clears automatically.
Warning Message 61 - IRC Init Reqd
REASON:
An IRC function has been selected, but IRC has not been initialized.
SOLUTION:
Initialize IRC with the SP-8800 command.
Warning Message 62 - No Options
REASON:
The selected clerk does not have the security level required to perform or select options in the current
keylock position.
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SOLUTION:
Make sure the correct clerk number is signed on before attempting the selected program or function.
Verify that the clerk has the required security level (SP-181 for Report Security and SP-182 Program
Security.
Warning Message 63 - Sorting
REASON:
This message displays when the terminal is sorting a program list.
SOLUTION:
No action is required. The message clears automatically when the sorting is complete.
Warning Message 64 - Monitoring JRNL
REASON:
This message displays at the terminal that is monitoring the journal of another terminal.
SOLUTION:
To terminate the monitoring, press CLEAR.
Warning Message 65 - Room Comms Fail
REASON:
The Room communications is unsuccessful, because the PC is not responding.
SOLUTION:
Check all cabling to the PC. Confirm that the 'SHARE.EXE' file is installed on PC and that the Rooms
program is running at the PC.
Warning Message 66 - No Such Room
REASON:
The selected room does not exist in the PC.
SOLUTION:
The room number has not been programmed or an incorrect room number was entered. Try a different
room number or ensure that the room you are using exists.
Warning Message 67 - Occupier List
REASON:
This heading displays to prompt you to choose an occupier (guest) for a room.
SOLUTION:
Identify the guest for the selected room.
Warning Message 69 - Track Area Over
REASON:
The track area is full or too many tracks have been stored.
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SOLUTION:
If possible, store the current track and finalize other tracks. If you cannot store the current track, you
must finalize it, and then finalize other tracks.
Warning Message 70 - Server Only
REASON:
The program has been set so that only the server who originally opened the track can pick up and
finalize the track (SF-37D).
SOLUTION:
Confirm that the correct server number was entered. Sign on the original server to pick up this track, or
see the manager and use the system clerk to pick up this track.
Warning Message 71 - Card Expired
REASON:
The transaction cannot be finalized with the attempted card, because the card has expired.
SOLUTION:
Use another method of payment or another card.
Warning Message 72 - Enter Expiry Date
REASON:
This message displays to prompt the clerk to enter the card expiration date.
SOLUTION:
Enter the expiration date.
Warning Message 73 - Enter Start Date
REASON:
This message displays to prompt the clerk to enter the card start date.
SOLUTION:
Enter the start date.
Warning Message 74 - Voice Referral Required
REASON:
A communication error has been encountered between the POS terminal and the authority.
SOLUTION:
Phone the authority and acquire a code to enter into the POS terminal in order to accept the media.
Warning Message 75 - EFT Comms Fail
REASON:
The POS terminal cannot communication with the card software.
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SOLUTION:
Check the cabling between the POS terminal and the PC. Confirm that the power is on at the PC
running the EFT software.
Warning Message 76 - Check Signature
REASON:
This message prompts the user to check the signature on the receipt against the signature on the card.
SOLUTION:
Compare the signatures.
Warning Message 77 - On Line Authorize
REASON:
AIB EFT (Allied Irish Bank Electronic Funds Transfer) is performing an authorization.
SOLUTION:
Wait for result. The message clears when authorization is complete.
Warning Message 78 - KP Redirected
REASON:
This message displays when items have been sent to a Kitchen Printer other than the default.
SOLUTION:
Allow the print to complete. The message clears automatically.
Warning Message 79 - Assign New Seat
REASON:
This message displays to prompt the user to enter seat details.
SOLUTION:
Enter the details.
Warning Message 81 - Attendance Full
REASON:
The Time & Attendance file is full. (The capacity is defined in the SP-112 Maximums memory
allocation.)
SOLUTION:
The file will remain full until you take a Z1-19 Clerk Attendance Report to reset the attendance
records.
Warning Message 82 - Previous Points Balance
REASON:
When using the Loyalty System, this message displays for the points customers have already earned.
SOLUTION:
No action is required.
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Warning Message 83 - Points Awarded
REASON:
When using the Loyalty System, this message displays for the points the customer has earned for the
current purchase.
SOLUTION:
No action is required.
Warning Message 84 - New Points Balance
REASON:
When using the Loyalty System, this message displays for the total points the customer has earned
after the current purchase.
SOLUTION:
No action is required.
Warning Message 85 - Loyalty Comms Failure
REASON:
A communication error exists between the POS terminal and the PC running the Loyalty software.
SOLUTION:
Check the cabling between the POS terminal, the card reader, and the PC. Make sure the power is on
at the PC running the Loyalty software and confirm that the Loyalty software is running.
Warning Message 86 - Incorrect Branch
REASON:
Macro cards can include a branch number as an extra security measure; this message displays if the
card branch number does not match the programmed branch number.
SOLUTION:
Use another macro card or another terminal.
Warning Message 89 - Enter Quantity
REASON:
The user has pressed QTY ( . / X), and the POS terminal is waiting for a numeric quantity entry.
SOLUTION:
Enter a quantity and press ENTER.
Warning Message 90 - Enter Price
REASON:
The user has pressed PRICE, and the POS terminal is waiting for a numeric price entry.
SOLUTION:
Enter a price and press ENTER.
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Warning Message 91 - Enter Account No
REASON:
The user has pressed ACCOUNT #, and the POS terminal is waiting for a numeric account number
entry.
SOLUTION:
Enter an account number and press ENTER.
Warning Message 92 - Enter PLU Number
REASON:
The user has pressed PLU #, and the POS terminal is waiting for a PLU number entry.
SOLUTION:
Enter a PLU number and press ENTER.
Warning Message 99 - Eat In / Take Out?
REASON:
This message prompts the user to enter the destination that applies to the current transaction.
SOLUTION:
Press the EAT IN or TAKE OUT key.
Warning Message 100 - PC Printer Error
REASON:
The PC printer is not responding.
SOLUTION:
Check the cabling between the PC and the printer. Check the paper/form in the printer. During initial
set-up, confirm the communication settings. Retry the operation.
Warning Message 118 - EURO CONVERSION ERROR
REASON:
Preparations for Euro conversion are not complete.
SOLUTION:
1. Set SF-84H= YES (EURO CURRENCY SYSTEM).
2. Set TTL 9/EURO Media flag in the SP-124 Media program.
- Media Flag 1D= YES (Foreign Currency)
- Media Flag 3G= YES (Exchange rate is inverse)
3. Allocate TTL 9/EURO in SP-850.
Warning Message 119 - PASSWORD ERROR
REASON:
Numbers entered for the Euro conversion sequence are incorrect.
SOLUTION:
Enter the correct numbers.
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Warning Message 124 - SELECT TARE
REASON:
This message displays for a scale item to prompt you to enter a tare weight.
SOLUTION:
Identify the tare associated with the container used for the scale item.
Warning Message 136 - UNINET HEAP FULL
REASON:
This message displays if the POS terminal does not have sufficient memory to support Uninet
(Ethernet) communications.
SOLUTION:
Increase the POS terminal memory or adjust the memory allocation in SP-112 to free enough memory
for Uninet.
Warning Message 145 - EJF NEARLY FULL
REASON:
If SF-57C= YES, this message displays when the Electronic Journal reaches 75% of its maximum
capacity. The user can press CLEAR and continue to use the terminal. When the Electronic Journal
reaches 85% of its maximum capacity, the message appears again. The message appears for a third
time when the Electronic Journal reaches 95% of its maximum capacity.
SOLUTION:
Take Z1-99 EJF report.
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SP-135 Logo Lines - 24 Characters
Logo lines are messages that appear at the top and bottom of a receipt. When System Flag SF-60 G~E
sets your remote receipt printer width to 24, 30, 36, or 40 characters, use the following procedure to
program up to 5 lines for the top of the receipt and up to 10 lines for the bottom of the receipt.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-135 Logo Lines and touch ENTER.
4. Select the line to program and touch ENTER.
Lines 1~5 are for the top logo; lines 6~15 are for the bottom.
5. Enter the logo message (up to 24 characters) and touch ENTER.
Your entry automatically centers itself on the line. If you want to clear a displayed message
line, go to that line and type a space.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each line to program.
7. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
for the next
SP
135
ENTER
logo line
1~8
ENTER
message
max. 24 char.
ENTER
CLEAR
If you are using a 46 or 48 character printer or slip printer, see the SP-141 Logo Lines - Wide program
on the next page.
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SP-141 Logo Lines - Wide (46 Characters)
This program defines a wide logo for the receipt and for the slip printer. Before you go into this
program, use System Flag SF-60 G~E to set your remote receipt printer width. Then use the following
procedure to create your logo.
Note: If you are using a 30/36/40 digits printer, you must also set SF-86E = YES before
you enter a logo here.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-141 Logo Lines - Wide and touch ENTER.
4. Select the line to program and touch ENTER.
Lines 1~5 are for the top logo; lines 6~15 are for the bottom.
5. Enter the logo message (up to 24 characters) and touch ENTER.
If you have a 46/48-character printer, your entry automatically centers itself on the line. If
you want to clear a displayed message line, go to that line and type a space.
If you have a 30/36/40-character printer, the logo does not center itself. You must enter
leading spaces to manually center the logo.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each line to program.
7. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
for the next
SP
141
ENTER
logo line
1~8
ENTER
message
max. 46 char.
ENTER
CLEAR
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SP-136 ECR Name
Use this program to enter a name that identifies this terminal for Kitchen Printer orders. You can use
up to 16 characters.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-136 ECR Name and touch ENTER.
4. Touch ENTER.
5. Enter up to 16 characters to identify this terminal and touch ENTER.
6. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
SP
136
ENTER
ENTER
name
max. 16 char.
ENTER
CLEAR
SP-137 KP (Kitchen Printer) Names
Use this program to assign names to each of the eight possible kitchen printers you use. These names
appear on printouts generated at the kitchen printer.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-137 Kitchen Printer Names and touch ENTER.
4. Select the kitchen printer name to program and touch ENTER.
5. Enter the name you want to use to identify this kitchen printer and touch ENTER.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each kitchen printer name to program.
7. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
for the next
SP
137
ENTER
kitchen printer
1~8
ENTER
name
max. 16 char.
ENTER
CLEAR
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SP-138 Paid Out Names
Use this program to enter descriptions for each of the eight Paid Out functions you use.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-138 Paid Out Names and touch ENTER.
4. Select the paid out function to program and touch ENTER.
5. Enter a description for this paid out and touch ENTER.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each paid out to program.
7. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
for the next
SP
138
ENTER
paid out #
1~8
ENTER
description
max. 16 char.
ENTER
CLEAR
SP-139 GST Merchant
If you are using Canadian GST handling, use this program to enter descriptions for the GST Merchant.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-139 GST Merchant and touch ENTER.
4. Select the line to program and touch ENTER.
5. Enter the name or description for each line and touch ENTER.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each line.
7. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
Note: Also set SF-05D to print the Merchant ID; set SF-69E to Print the Merchant, and
set SF-75E to include the merchant on the instant subtotal bill.
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SP-142 Invoice Lines
A programmable line of text is available to print at the top of a buffered receipt, just under the logo.
This text helps you distinguish subtotal receipts from final customer receipts, as shown in the
following example:
Use SP-142 to enter the text you want to have appear for the buffered receipt.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-142 Invoice Lines and touch ENTER.
4. Select the line (1-7) to program and touch ENTER.
5. Enter the text for this line and touch ENTER.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each line you want to program.
7. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
for the next
SP
142
ENTER
invoice line #
1~7
ENTER
text
max. 24 char.
ENTER
CLEAR
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DISCOUNT AMOUNTS & PERCENTAGES
SP-107 Discount (-) Amount
Use this program to enter the discount amount to be registered by pressing the DISCOUNT key.
Several program settings influence this entry:
ƒ
SP-850 - Include a DISCOUNT key in your touch screen layout.
ƒ
SP-130 - Assign a description for this discount in SP-130 User Text #7.
ƒ
SP-113, SF-09C - Allow discount to make a transaction go negative.
ƒ
SP-113, SF-09B - Do not allow manual discount amount entry.
ƒ
SP-113, SF-10 B,A - Allow discount only in Z or Z/X.
ƒ
SP-113, SF-21A - Discount affects the Grand Total
ƒ
SP-113, SF-117 D~A - Discount affects the taxable subtotal
Note:
If you program an amount in SP-107, System Flag SF-113 will be ignored (even if
set to allow manual discount entries.
Use the following procedure if you want to preset a discount amount.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-107 Discount Amount and touch ENTER.
4. Touch ENTER to select Discount.
5. Enter the discount amount (.01~99999.99) and touch ENTER. For example, if you are
programming a $2.00 discount, enter 200.
6. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
SP
107
ENTER
discount amount
.01 ~ 99999.99
ENTER
CLEAR
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SP-151 Percentages
The DX-915 system can have up to ten percentage keys, which let you add (surcharge) or subtract
(discount) a percentage to an item or to a subtotal. You can program them with a preset percentage or
program them to allow a manual percentage rate entry. Your programming also decides how the
percentage affects the taxes you use.
The SP-151 Percentages program defines each of the ten percentages. Use the following procedure to
enter rates and assignments for the percentages you use.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-151 Percentages and touch ENTER.
4. Select the percentage (1~10) to program and touch ENTER.
5. Select the line to change and touch ENTER.
6. Enter the information that applies to the selected line of this percentage and touch ENTER.
For details about the entries, see the Percentages Data Entries table, below.
7. Repeat Steps 5 and 6 for each line of this percentage.
8. Repeat Steps 4 through 7 for each percentage to program.
9. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
Percentage Data Entries
Line
Entry
Name
Type up to 10 characters to describe this percentage.
Rate
Enter the percentage rate (.01 ~ 100.00%). For example, if this is a 5.5% discount,
enter 0550; if this is a 15% surcharge, enter 1500.
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Y= This is a negative percentage (discount) that subtracts from an order.
N= This is a positive percentage (surcharge) that adds to an order.
G
Y= This percentage is allowed only once per transaction.
N= This percentage is allowed multiple times per transaction.
F
Y= Allow a manual percentage entry (where the user can enter a percentage)
N= Do not allow manual entries for this percentage.
E
Y= This percentage applies to one item at a time.
N= This percentage applies to a subtotal only.
D
Y= This percentage updates Tax Subtotal 4.
N= This percentage does not update Tax Subtotal 4.
C
Y= This percentage updates Tax Subtotal 3.
N= This percentage does not update Tax Subtotal 3.
B
Y= This percentage updates Tax Subtotal 2.
N= This percentage does not update Tax Subtotal 2.
A
Y= This percentage updates Tax Subtotal 1.
N= This percentage does not update Tax Subtotal 1.
H
Not used.
G
Not used.
F
Not used.
E
Not used.
D
Not used.
C
Not used.
B
Not used.
A
Not used.
Flag 1
Flag 2
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SP-153 Adjustments
ADJUSTMENT 1 and ADJUSTMENT 2 keys let you apply a fixed percentage discount or surcharge
to specific item. In the SP-122 PLUs program, you can set each item to allow or disallow adjustments;
use the SP-153 procedure, described here, to program the rates that applies when one of the
Adjustment keys is registered with an item.
Note: Also see System Flag SF-61 to enter additional definitions for ADJUSTMENT 1
and System Flag SSF-62 for ADJUSTMENT 2. These two system flags decide if the
adjustment percentage is negative (discount) or positive (surcharge). The flags also
decide if adjustments are allowed only once or multiple times per transaction and if
the preset rate can be overridden with a manual entry.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-153 Adjustments and touch ENTER.
4. Select the Adjustment (1 or 2) to program and touch ENTER.
5. Enter the rate (.01 ~ 100.00%) that applies to this adjustment and touch ENTER. For
example, if you are programming a 5% Adjustment, enter 500.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for the next Adjustment rate.
7. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
for the next
SP
153
ENTER
Adjustment #
1~2
ENTER
rate
.01% ~ 100.00%
ENTER
CLEAR
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TAX PROGRAMS
SP-155 Tax Rates
You can have up to four separate taxes per system. The four taxes can be any combination of tax rates
and tax tables. So, for example, you can create an SP-157 table for Tax 1 and an SP-155 rate for Tax 2.
If you have a tax that is a straight percentage, use the SP-155 Tax Rates program to set the percentage
rate for Tax 1~4.
Note: See also SP-156 to define exemptions for the tax rates. If your local tax is based on
a table, see SP-157 to program the taxes and to set the breaks and exceptions that
apply to the table.
After you define the Tax 1~4 rate, use SP-122 to link the tax to applicable PLU
items.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-155 Tax Rates and touch ENTER.
4. Select the tax rate (1~4) to program and touch ENTER.
5. Enter the rate (.01 ~ 99.999%) that applies to this tax and touch ENTER.
For example, enter 7000 for a 7% rate; enter 6500 for a 6.5% rate.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each tax rate to program.
7. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
for the next
SP
155
ENTER
Tax Rate #
1~4
ENTER
% rate
.001% ~ 99.999%
ENTER
CLEAR
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SP-156 Tax Exemptions for %
If you are using tax rates, you can use this program to identify any amount not taxed. For example, if
you have a 7% tax rate, but the tax does not apply to the first $1.00, you can use this program to
specify the $1.00 exemption. Use the following procedure to specify applicable exemptions for any of
the four tax rates you use.
Note: The four selections in this screen apply to the four tax rates defined in the SP-155
Tax Rate program. For Tax Rate 1, set the exemption amount in the Tax Exem 1
field; for Tax Rate 2, set the exemption amount in the Tax Exem 2 field, etc.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-156 Tax Exemptions for % and touch ENTER.
4. Select the tax rate exemption (1~4) to program and touch ENTER.
5. Enter the amount not taxed ($.01 ~ $99.99) and touch ENTER.
For example, enter 50 to exempt the first 50¢; enter 100 to exempt the first 1.00.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each tax rate that includes an exemption.
7. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
for the next
SP
156
ENTER
Tax Rate #
1~4
ENTER
exemption amount
$.01 ~ $99.99
ENTER
CLEAR
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SP-159 First Tax Value
Use this program if you plan to use SP-157 to program a tax table based on breakpoints and exceptions
(irregular tax breaks). SP-159 identifies the first tax value, which is the amount where the first penny
of tax begins.
Note:
You must identify first tax values (for each tax table you use) before you begin the
SP-157 Tax Table program. This program is not required for SP-155 tax rates.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-159 First Tax Value and touch ENTER.
4. Select the tax table (1~4) with the first value to program and touch ENTER.
5. Enter the amount ($.01 ~ $99999.99) where tax begins and touch ENTER.
For example, enter 25 if the first tax value is 25¢; enter 100 if the first tax value is $1.00.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each tax rate to program.
7. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
for the next
SP
159
ENTER
Tax Table #
1~4
ENTER
first value amount
$.01 ~ $99999.99
ENTER
CLEAR
SP-157 Tax Table
Your system can have up to four taxes (Tax 1~4), which can be any combination of tax rate and tax
table. Most add-on taxes are based on a table, which identifies the first taxed amount, the exemptions,
and the breakpoints for each penny of tax. Use SP-157 to enter values that apply to your local tax.
Note: Before you start this program, you must define a first tax value in SP-159.
If you are programming a tax that is a straight percentage, see the SP-155 Tax Rate
program. The taxes you create in these two programs are linked to applicable items
in the SP-122 PLUs program.
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1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-157 Tax Table and touch ENTER.
4. Select the tax table (1~4) to program and touch ENTER.
As shown in the following example, the screen displays a series of fields based, in part, on
your entry in the SP-159 First Value program. In this example, a first value of .21 is set for
Tax Table 1.
5. For the EXEMPT line, enter any amount not taxable and touch ENTER.
For example, if sales up to 10¢ are tax exempt, enter 10 here.
6. Enter all breakpoints.
7. Go to the field where the exceptions (irregular tax breaks) end and touch REG.
8. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
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MEDIA (PAYMENT) PROGRAMS
SP-124 Medias (Payments)
Use SP-124 to enter definitions for each type of payment customers can use for your application.
Within this program you identify the description, restrictions, HALO, LALO, and other controls that
apply to each media. Use the following procedure to set up your media payment keys.
Note: Cash must always be Media 8. Coupons must be Media 20, and Media 17~19 are
used for Infineer Smart Card media.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-124 Medias and touch ENTER.
4. Select the media/payment key to program and touch ENTER.
5. Select the line to program and touch ENTER.
6. Enter the information for the selected line and touch ENTER.
7. Repeat Steps 5 and 6 for line of the media you are programming.
8. When you finish this media, touch CLEAR.
9. Repeat Steps 4 through 8 for each media you are programming.
10. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
Media / Payment Data Entries
Line
Name
Entry
Type up to 16 characters to describe this media/payment key.
H
G
F
Flag 1
E
D
C
Y= Do not allow tendering.
N= Allow tendering.
Y= Require an amount tender entry.
N= Do not require an amount tender entry.
Y= Media not in use (does not display on Special Media screen).
Not available for local media 08.
Y= Do not allow over-tendering.
N= Allow over-tendering.
Y= Allow foreign currency.
N= Allow only local currency.
Y= Allow change issued in foreign currency.
N= Always issue change in local currency.
Not available for local media 08.
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B
A
H
G
F
E
Flag 2
D
C
Y= Open Cash Drawer 2 for this media.
N= Do not open Cash Drawer 2.
Y= Open Cash Drawer 1 for this media.
N= Do not open Cash Drawer 1.
Y= This media updates the Cash-in-Drawer (CID) total
N= This media does not update the CID total.
Y= This media updates the Cash-in-Drawer 2 (CID2) total.
N= This media does not update the CID2 total.
Y= Do not allow change.
N= Allow change to be issued from this media.
Foreign Currency Rounding method:
Rounding Type A (Media Flag 4C = NO)
NNN = No rounding
NNY = Norway 0.04/0.05: 0~4 = 0, 5~9 = 10
NYN = France 1/2 cent: 0~2 = 0, 3~7 = 5, 8~9 = 10
NYY = France 10 cent: 1~9 = 10
YNN = Denmark: 00~12 = 00, 13~37 = 25, 38~62 = 50, 63~87 = 75, 88~99 = 100
YNY = Sweden: 00~25 = 00, 26~75 = 50, 76~99 = 100
YYN = Singapore: 1~5 = 5, 6~9 = 10
YYY = Discard: 0~9 = 0
Rounding Type-B (Media Flag 4C = YES)
[NNN] Africa: 0~4 = 0, 5~9 = 5
[Others] No rounding
Enter the number of decimal positions (0~3).
NN= Do not use decimal positions.
NY= x.x
A YN= x.xx
YY= x.xxx
Y= Allow pre-payment of a media while in a transaction.
H
N= Do not allow pre-payment.
Y= Exchange rate is inverse.
G
N= Exchange rate is not inverse.
Y= Use card swipe for this media.
F
N= Do not allow card swipe for this media.
Y= Card to be authorized.
E
N= Do not use authorization for this media.
Y= This media updates the clerk pouch total shown in X/Z-01 Clerk Reports.
D
N= This media does not update the clerk pouch total.
Y= Print a signature line after the total line of this media,
C
N= Do not print a signature line.
Y= This is a Loyalty media, which registers loyalty points.
B
N= This is not a loyalty media.
Y= Require manager (X key) for this media.
A
N= Do not require manager control.
Enter 2 digits for the highest amount allowed (High Amount Lock-out) that can be
tendered on this media/payment. The first digit represents units, and the second digit
represents the number of zeros. For example:
11= .10
31= .30
91= .90
12= 1.00
32= 3.00
92= 9.00
13= 10.00
33= 30.00
93= 90.00
14= 100.00
34= 300.00
94= 900.00
Also set SF-11 BA for HALO to your preference for override handling.
B
Flag 3
HALO
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Exchange Rate
Flag 4
Enter the exchange rate (max. 999.999999%) that applies to this media. (Also see SP106 Media Exchange Rates.)
Y= Mask the card number for this media. (Leading digits are masked and only
the last 4 digits show: xxxxxxxxxxxx2855.)
H
N= Do not mask card number or card number. (Set to YES for credit cards.)
Y= Check (i.e., personal check) media. (Also set SF-46H, C~A)
G
N= This is not a check media.
Y= Use actual media count (media quantity entered for media multiplication).
F
N= Use count based on number of key depressions for transaction report.
Y= Do not print expiration date on customer receipt.
E
N= Print expiration date. (Set to YES for credit cards.)
Y= Debit card media.
D
N= This is not a debit card media.
Y= Enable Foreign Currency Rounding Type B.
C
N= Enable Foreign Currency Rounding Type A.
B
Without bill # (System Flag SF-115H = YES for Invoice function.)
A
Y= Reimburse Special PLU amount to clerk for this media.
N= Do not reimburse Special PLU amount to clerk.
H
Not used.
G
F
Flag 5
E
Not used.
D
Not used.
C
B
A
Flag 6
Payment LALO
Preset Tender
Y= Disregard change. (You can set this for coupon media, so that a $5.00
coupon registered for a $3.00 transaction does not issue change.)
N= Do not disregard change.
Y= Print actual sales for Media in Drawer total of transaction report (G=YES).
N= Print tendered amount for Media in Drawer total.
Y= This is a gift card media.
N= This is not a gift card media.
Y= Open Drawer 2 when orders are closed with this media via ROP (Remote
Operation Device).
N= Do not open Drawer 2 for orders closed with this media via ROP.
Y= Open Drawer 1 when orders are closed with this media via ROP (Remote
Operation Device.)
N= Do not open Drawer 1 for orders closed with this media via ROP.
Not used.
Use 2 digits to enter the lowest amount allowed (Low Amount Lock-out) for this
media. If the total including tax is lower than this amount, Message 159 displays. The
first digit represents units, and the second digit represents the number of zeros. For
example:
11= .10
31= .30
91= .90
12= 1.00
32= 3.00
92= 9.00
13= 10.00
33= 30.00
93= 90.00
14= 100.00
34= 300.00
94= 900.00
Enter the preset amount registered for this media ($.01 ~ $99999.99).
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SP-150 Preset Tenders
Use this program to define up to five preset speed tender keys, which allow you to register a preset
amount tender. For example, you can create $5.00, $10.00, and $20.00 cash keys to register the
specified amount with a single keystroke.
Use the following procedure to specify the amounts you want to use for the five Preset Tender keys.
Note: Preset Tenders update the Media 8 (Cash) total. Also see SP-124 Medias to preset a
specific tender amount for any of the media/tender keys you use.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-150 Preset Tenders and touch ENTER.
4. Select the Preset Tender key (1~5) to program and touch ENTER.
5. Enter the amount (.01 ~ $99999.99) to register with this key and touch ENTER. For
example, if you have a $5.00 Preset Cash media, enter 500.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each Preset Tender key to program.
7. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
for the next
SP
150
ENTER
preset tender
key 1 ~ 5
ENTER
amount
$.01 ~ $99999.99
ENTER
CLEAR
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SP-152 Cash-in-Drawer Lifts
Your terminals can be set up to remind operators to perform cash-in-drawer lifts or pulls. When the
amount of cash in the drawer reaches or exceeds a preset limit, the screen displays Warning Message
#46 (for Drawer 1) or #47 (for Drawer 2). When this happens, the operator must use the Paid Out
function to reduce the amount of cash.
Use the following procedure to specify the cash-in-drawer limits for CID 1 (cash-in-drawer 1) and
CID 2 cash-in-drawer 2).
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-152 Cash in Drawer Lifts and touch ENTER.
4. Select the cash-in-drawer (1 or 2) limit you are programming and touch ENTER.
5. Enter the cash limit for this drawer (.01 ~ $99999.99) and touch ENTER.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each cash limit.
7. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
for the next
SP
152
ENTER
cash-in-drawer
1 or 2
ENTER
limit
$.01 ~ $99999.99
ENTER
CLEAR
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SP-106 Media Exchange Rate
When a transaction is closed with a foreign currency media (defined in the SP-124 Media program),
the subtotal displays in both local and foreign currency. You can then press the foreign currency media
again to close the transaction.
The SP-106 Media Exchange Rate program is a subprogram of SP-124 Medias. It gives you a quick
way to update currency exchange rates and gives you additional control over program access: Clerks
who have access levels matching the SP-106 can update the exchange rates, without having access to
other media programming information. Use the following procedure to update the current exchange
rates.
Note: The changes you enter through this program automatically update the SP-124
Medias Exchange Rate field.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-106 Media Exchange Rate and touch ENTER.
4. Select the Media (1-20) with the exchange rate to update and touch ENTER.
5. Touch ENTER to select the EXCH RATE field.
6. Enter new currency exchange rate and touch ENTER.
7. Touch CLEAR to exit this exchange rate.
8. Repeat Steps 4 through 7 for each exchange rate to update.
9. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
for the next
SP
106
ENTER
media #
1~20
ENTER
ENTER
exchange rate
$.01 ~ $99999.99
ENTER
CLEAR
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REPORT PROGRAMS
SP-118 Auditor’s Password
The Auditor’s password provides extra security for your Z2-71 Audit Report. You can use this
program to create or change a password that controls report access. Use the following steps to assign a
password or to change an existing password.
Note: This password is not required. If you do create a password with this program, you
cannot access this program or the Z2 Audit Report without the password.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-118 Auditor’s Password and touch ENTER.
The screen prompts you to enter a password.
4. Enter a maximum 4-digit number for the password and touch ENTER.
The screen now prompts you to re-enter the password to confirm your entry.
5. Re-enter the password and touch ENTER.
If this entry does not match your original entry, the “Re-enter new password” message
remains on the screen. You can try again, but if the entry does not match, you must touch
CLEAR and start over.
If the password matches your original entry, the system automatically exits the Auditor’s
Password program.
SP
118
ENTER
password
max. 4 digits
ENTER
re-enter
password
ENTER
CLEAR
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SP-160 Time Zones
Hourly Reports can be set up with a maximum of 48 time zones to help you analyze sales for a
particular time of day. If System Flag 27D allows 48 programmable time zones, you can have the
system track sales in 15-minute periods, 30-minute periods, hourly periods, or other period of time you
want to monitor. Use this program to identify the time periods that report.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-160 Time Zones and touch ENTER.
4. Select the time zone (Hourly Start 1-48) to program and touch ENTER.
5. Enter the starting time for this time zone and touch ENTER. Remember to use military time.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each time zone.
7. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
for the next
SP
Example:
160
ENTER
hourly start #
1 ~ 48
ENTER
start time
ENTER
CLEAR
You could use the following entries if you want to track sales in hourly intervals from 9:00
until 11:00am and half-hourly intervals from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Hourly Start 1
Hourly Start 2
Hourly Start 3
Hourly Start 4
Hourly Start 5
Hourly Start 6
09:00
10:00
11:00
11:30
12:00
12:30
Hourly Start 7
Hourly Start 8
Hourly Start 9
Hourly Start 10
:
Hourly Start 48
13:00
13:30
14:00
15:00
00:00
MILITARY TIME
12:00 midnight = 0000
1:00 am = 0100
2:00 am = 0200
3:00 am = 0300
4:00 am = 0400
5:00 am = 0500
6:00 am = 0600
7:00 am = 0700
8:00 am = 0800
9:00 am = 0900
10:00 am = 1000
11:00 am = 1100
12:00 noon = 1200
1:00 pm = 1300
2:00 pm = 1400
3:00 pm = 1500
4:00 pm = 1600
5:00 pm = 1700
6:00 pm =
7:00 pm =
8:00 pm =
9:00 pm =
10:00 pm =
11:00 pm =
1800
1900
2000
2100
2200
2300
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SP-163 Flash Group Report Times
Use this program to set up your Timed Flash Group Reports. Here you tell the system the range of
hours that report and the time within each hour to generate the report.
Note: To use this feature, you must enable Timed Flash Group Reports in System Flag
SF-74H. Also identify the groups to report in the SP-121 Groups (Subgroups)
program, Flag 1C.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-163 Flash Group Report Times and touch ENTER.
4. Select Start Minute 1 and touch ENTER.
5. Enter the first time (in minutes 0-59) each hour to run the report and touch ENTER.
For example, if the first report should generate at 29 minutes past each hour, enter 29 here.
6. Select Start Minute 2 and touch ENTER.
7. Enter the second time (in minutes 0-59) each hour to run the report and touch ENTER.
For example, if the second report should generate at 59 minutes past each hour, enter 59.
8. Select First Hour and touch ENTER.
9. Enter the first hour (0-23) to run the report and touch ENTER.
For example, if Timed Flash Group Reports start at 9:00am, enter 9 here.
10. Select Last Hour and touch ENTER.
11. Enter the last hour (0-23) to run the report and touch ENTER.
For example, if Timed Flash Group Reports run until midnight, enter 0 here.
12. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
Example: You could use the following entries if you want to print Timed Flash Group Reports between
the hours of 11:00am and 7:00pm, at 15 minutes and 45 minutes past each hour:
Start Minute 1
Start Minute 2
First Hour
Last Hour
15
45
11
19
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SP-167 End of Day Report Times
Three Assorted Reports are available to automatically send report data to an FTP server PC. To use
this function, you must identify the Assorted Reports in SP-170 and select the handling of the reports
with System Flag SF-126 C~A.
Note: A time entry of 00:00 (normally midnight) disables the report trigger. So, for this
program only, enter 24:00 for a midnight time trigger.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-167 End Report Times and touch ENTER.
4. Select the day of the week to program and touch ENTER.
5. Select End Day 1 Start and touch ENTER.
6. Enter the time to trigger the first Assorted Report for the selected day and touch ENTER.
7. Select End Day 2 Start and touch ENTER.
8. Enter the time to trigger the second Assorted Report for the selected day and touch ENTER.
9. Select End Day 3 Start and touch ENTER.
10. Enter the time to trigger the last Assorted report for the selected day and touch ENTER.
11. Touch CLEAR to exit this day.
12. Repeat Steps 4 through 11 for each day of the week.
13. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
for another day
for the next day
for the next time
SP
167
ENTER
Example:
day of week
Sun~Sat
ENTER
End Day Start
1~3
ENTER
trigger
time
ENTER
CLEAR
If you want to trigger the first Assorted Report at 11:00 pm., the second report
at 11:30 pm, and the last report at midnight, enter the following for each day:
End Day 1 Start
End Day 2 Start
End Day 3 Start
2300
2330
2400
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SP-170 Assorted Reports
Assorted Reports appear on the Report screens as Reports #87 (Assorted Report 1), #88 (Assorted
Report 2), and #89 (Assorted Report 3) and can be made up of X, Z1, or Z2 reports. You can use them
to automatically send report data to an FTP Server PC. Use this program to identify up to five reports
to be included in each Assorted Report.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-170 Assorted Reports and touch ENTER.
4. Select the Assorted Report to program and touch ENTER.
The screen now lists available reports.
5. Turn the keylock to the position of the report type (X, Z1, Z2) to list.
6. Select the report from the list and touch ENTER.
For example, if you turn the keylock to X and touch Full Clerk report, an X Full Clerk
report is added to the selected Assorted Report. Your report selection appears in a key
position at the top of the touch screen. Although possible, it is recommended that you do not
mix X, Z1, and Z2 mode reports within an Assorted Report.
7. Repeat Steps 5 and 6 for each report to list in this Assorted Report. You can list up to five
reports per Assorted Report.
8. When you finish this Assorted Report, touch CLEAR.
9. Repeat Steps 4 through 8 for each of the three Assorted Reports.
10. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
for another Assorted Report
for the next report to list
SP
170
ENTER
Assorted Rpt.
1~3
ENTER
turn keylock (X,
Z or Z2)
report to list
ENTER
CLEAR
Note: When an Assorted Report contains a combination of X, Z, and Z2 reports, you must
turn the keylock to the Z2 position to run the report.
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TOUCH SCREEN PROGRAMS
Touch screen programming involves four main processes:
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
Assign keys to each button
Select button colors
Customize the button captions
Adjust key sizes
There are four programs involved in touch screen layout. The program you use depends upon the type
of key and the particular screen you are assigning.
Touch Screen PLU Keys
Assign Buttons: SP-850
Button Color: SP-851
Button Caption: SP-851
Button Size: SP-852
Touch Screen Function Keys
Assign Buttons: SP-850
Button Color: SP-850
Button Caption: SP-850
Button Size: SP-852
Touch Screen Look-up PLU Keys
Assign Buttons: SP-850
Button Color: SP-853
Button Caption: SP-853
Button Size: SP-852
X, Z, P, Z2 Mode Keys
Assign Buttons: SP-850
Button Colors: SP-850
Button Captions: SP-850
Touch Screen Cooking Instructions
Assign Buttons: SP-850
Button Color: SP-850
Button Caption: SP-850
Button Size: SP-852
Sign-on Screen Keys
Assign Buttons: SP-850
Button Colors: SP-850
Button Captions: SP-850
As you can see, SP-850 controls a significant portion of touch screen programming. Use it to identify
the type of key for every button and to set the color and caption for everything but PLU keys and
Look-up PLU keys. For PLU keys, you must use SP-851 to set the color and caption for the keys. For
Look-up PLU keys, use SP-853 to set the colors and captions and use SP-856 to design the layout.
The next several pages cover all of the touch screen programs and their procedures. Refer to the
program for the type of key you are assigning.
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SP-850 Touch Screen Layout
This program gives you control over most aspects of your touch screen layout. Use it to identify the
function of every button that appears on the touch screen. Then use it to customize the colors and
captions displayed for your function keys, cooking instruction keys, X/Z1/Z2/P Mode buttons, and
Sign-on screen buttons.
Note:
You can use this program to assign buttons for all types of keys, including PLUs
and Look-up PLUs, but you cannot assign colors or captions for PLU or Look-up
PLU keys here. See SP-851 to set colors and captions for PLU keys and see SP-853
to set colors and captions for Look-up PLU keys.
To Assign All Button Types:
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-850 Touch Screen Layout and touch ENTER.
4. Touch ORDER-TAKER or CASHIER/COUNTER to identify the type of layout (OrderTaker or Cashier Station/Counter Terminal) you are programming.
Note:
If you are not using Enhanced Drive-Thru features (SF-74F =N), use the Counter
Terminal 1-Window (Order-Taker) layout format.
5. Select the category of key (Function, Hard PLU, Look-up PLU, Cooking Instruction, etc.)
you are assigning to a button and touch ENTER.
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The left screen panel now lists keys associated with the category you selected. The touch
panel, where you assign keys, displays on the right.
6. Select the key (from the list) you want to assign to a button.
7. Touch the button where this key should appear.
8. Repeat Steps 6 and 7 for each key to assign from this category.
9. After assigning all keys from this category, touch CLEAR.
10. Repeat Steps 4 through 8, as needed, to define all touch screen buttons.
11. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
Note:
If you display PLUs with one of the five menus (SF-20H=YES), use this program to
assign Hard PLUs to buttons that act as PLUs, and then use SP-111 to assign PLUs
to the buttons. If SF-20H= NO, the touch screen displays the Hard PLUs you assign
here.
To Define Function & Cooking Instruction Button Colors:
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-850 Touch Screen Layout and touch ENTER.
4. Touch ORDER-TAKER or CASHIER/COUNTER to identify the type of layout (OrderTaker or Cashier Station/Counter Terminal) you are programming.
Note:
If you are not using Enhanced Drive-Thru features (SF-74F =N), use the Counter
Terminal 1-Window (Order-Taker) layout format.
5. Select Button Color and touch ENTER.
6. Touch the button you are changing.
7. To change the background color, touch a color that appears in one of the three Background
Colors columns. (These are the three far right columns.)
Note:
For both Background and Foreground colors, you can use the ratio adjustment
buttons (R, G, B) to cycle through shades of red, green, and blue.
8. To change the font or text color, touch a color that appears in one of the Foreground Colors
columns.
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9. When you finish this button, touch CLEAR.
10. Repeat Steps 6 through 8 for each button color to change.
11. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
To Change Function & Cooking Instruction Button Captions:
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-850 Touch Screen Layout and touch ENTER.
4. Touch ORDER-TAKER or CASHIER/COUNTER to identify the type of layout (OrderTaker or Cashier Station/Counter Terminal) you are programming.
5. Select Button Caption and touch ENTER.
6. Touch the button you are changing.
7. Type the text you want to display for this button and touch ENTER.
Note: Do not use a “,” combination of characters within the caption. Your entry centers
itself on the button unless you type two lines of characters. If you use two lines,
you must insert spaces to properly center the caption.
8. Repeat Steps 6 and 7 for each button caption to change.
9. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
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To Assign Buttons for Z2/X/Z1/P Mode Screens:
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-850 Touch Screen Layout and touch ENTER.
4. Touch ORDER-TAKER or CASHIER/COUNTER to identify the type of layout (OrderTaker or Cashier Station/Counter Terminal) you are programming.
5. Select Z2 X Z1/P Buttons and touch ENTER.
The left panel of the screen lists keys you can assign.
6. Select the key (from the list) to assign.
7. Touch the button where this key should appear.
8. Repeat Steps 5 through 6 for each key to assign.
9. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
To Change Colors for Z2/X/Z1/P Mode Buttons:
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-850 Touch Screen Layout and touch ENTER.
4. Touch ORDER-TAKER or CASHIER/COUNTER to identify the type of layout (OrderTaker or Cashier Station/Counter Terminal) you are programming.
5. Select Z2 X Z1/P Button Color and touch ENTER.
6. Touch the button with the color to change.
7. To change the background color, touch a color from the Background Colors columns.
(These are the three far right columns.)
Note:
For both Background and Foreground colors, you can use the ratio adjustment
buttons (R, G, B) to cycle through shades of red, green, and blue.
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8. To change the font or text color, touch a color from the Foreground Colors columns.
9. When you finish this button, touch CLEAR.
10. Repeat Steps 5 through 8 for each button color to change.
11. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
To Change Captions for Z2/X/Z1/P Mode Buttons:
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-850 Touch Screen Layout and touch ENTER.
4. Touch ORDER-TAKER or CASHIER/COUNTER to identify the type of layout (OrderTaker or Cashier Station/Counter Terminal) you are programming.
Note:
If you are not using the Enhanced Drive-Thru features (SF-74F =N), make sure you
select the Cashier/Counter Terminal layout; the Order-Taker layout is not valid unless
your system is set for Enhanced Drive-Thru.
5. Select Z2 X Z1/P Button Caption and touch ENTER.
6. Touch the button you are changing.
7. Type the text to display for this button and touch ENTER.
Note: Do not use a “,” combination of characters within the caption. Your entry centers
itself on the button unless you type two lines of characters. If you use two lines,
you must insert spaces to properly center the caption.
8. Repeat Steps 5 through 6 for each button caption to change.
9. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
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SP-851 PLU Button Text (Caption)/Color
Use this program to select the colors and the programmed captions that display for PLU buttons on
your touch screen.
To Change Colors for PLU Buttons:
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-851 PLU Button Text/Color and touch ENTER.
4. Select the PLU associated with the button you are changing and touch ENTER.
5. Select Button Color and touch ENTER.
6. To change the background color, touch a color from the Background Colors columns.
(These are the three far right columns below the Background button.)
Note:
For both Background and Foreground colors, you can use the ratio adjustment
buttons (R, G, B) to cycle through shades of red, green, and blue.
7. To change the font or text color, touch a color from the Foreground Colors columns. (These
are the three columns below the Foreground button.)
8. When you finish this button, touch CLEAR.
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9. Repeat Steps 4 through 8 for each button color to change.
10. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
To Change Captions for PLU Buttons:
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-851 PLU Button Text/Color and touch ENTER.
4. Select the PLU associated with the button you are changing and touch ENTER.
5. Select Button Caption and touch ENTER.
6. Type the text to display for this button and touch ENTER.
Note: Do not use a “,” combination of characters within the caption. Your entry centers
itself on the button unless you type two lines of characters. If you use two lines,
you must insert spaces to properly center the caption.
7. When you finish this PLU button, touch CLEAR.
8. Repeat Steps 4 through 7 for each button caption to change.
9. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
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SP-852 Button Size
Use this program to set or to adjust the size of every programmable button on your touch screen, on
your X/Z1/Z2/P Mode screens, and on your Sign-on screens.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-852 Button Size and touch ENTER.
4. Touch ORDER-TAKER or CASHIER/COUNTER to identify the type of layout (OrderTaker or Cashier Station/Counter Terminal) you are programming.
Note:
If you are not using the Enhanced Drive-Thru features (SF-74F =N), make sure you
select the Cashier/Counter Terminal layout; the Order-Taker layout is not valid unless
your system is set for Enhanced Drive-Thru.
5. Select the category of key (Function & Hard PLU, Z2/X/Z1/P Buttons, or Sign-on Buttons)
to resize.
The left screen panel now lists the six possible button sizes.
1 = Normal Size
2= Vertical x 2
3= Vertical x 3
4= Vertical x 2 & Horizontal x 2
5= Horizontal x 2
6= Horizontal x 3
6. Select the button size (1~4) to apply and touch the key to resize.
7. Repeat Step 5 and 6 for each key to assign from this category.
8. After assigning all keys from this category, touch CLEAR.
9. Repeat Steps 5 through 7 for each category of key to assign.
10. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
Note: The following illustration shows the handling for resizing. In this example, PLU 3
is the key being resized.
When you set the Vertical x2 size, the button merges with buttons above. When you
set the Horizontal button sizes, the selected button merges with buttons to the right.
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SP-853 Look-up PLU Button Text (Caption)/Color
Use this program to select the colors and captions that display for Look-up PLU buttons on your touch
screen.
To Change Colors for Look-up PLU Buttons:
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-853 Look-up PLU Button Text/Color and touch ENTER.
4. Select the Look-up PLU associated with the button you are changing and touch ENTER.
5. Select Button Color and touch ENTER.
6. To change the background color, touch a color from the Background Colors columns.
(These are the three far right columns below the Background button.)
Note:
For both Background and Foreground colors, you can use the ratio adjustment
buttons (R, G, B) to cycle through shades of red, green, and blue.
7. To change the font or text color, touch a color from the Foreground Colors columns. (These
are the three columns below the Foreground button.)
8. When you finish this button, touch CLEAR.
9. Repeat Steps 4 through 8 for each button color to change.
10. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
To Change Captions for Look-up PLU Buttons:
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-853 PLU Button Text/Color and touch ENTER.
4. Select the PLU associated with the button you are changing and touch ENTER.
5. Select Button Caption and touch ENTER.
6. Type the text to display for this button and touch ENTER.
Note: Do not use a “,” combination of characters within the caption. Your entry centers
itself on the button unless you type two lines of characters. If you use two lines,
you must insert spaces to properly center the caption.
7. When you finish this PLU button, touch CLEAR.
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Look-up PLU Screen Layout
Several preliminary steps are involved in organizing your Look-up PLU screen. First, you must use the
SP-140 Look-up PLU program to define your Look-up PLUs. For buttons that appear on the touch
screen, you use the SP-850 program to assign Look-up PLU buttons; use SP-852 to adjust the key
sizes, and use SP-853 to select the colors and captions for the buttons that display on the touch screens.
When you are ready to lay out the Look-up PLU screens for the first time, you must run an SP-9997
command to initialize the layout. Then you can use SP-856 to design your Look-up PLU Screen.
Before you begin SP-856, read the instructions for SP-9997 and run the command, if necessary. Then
continue to the directions for the Look-up Screen layout.
SP-9997 Initialize Look-up Layout Command
Use this command just before you access SP-856 for the first time. It performs functions required to
initialize the layout screen, and it ensures that all SP-140 Look-up PLU Flag D fields are set to YES
(allowing function keys to appear on the layout).
Important:
This command erases all existing program entries. Use it before you define
SP-856 for the first time, but do not use it if you are only making changes to
an existing SP-856 layout.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Enter 9997 and touch ENTER to select the Initialize Look-up Layout command.
The screen displays an “Are you sure?” prompt.
4. If you have not yet programmed the SP-856 layout and are sure you want to continue, touch
ENTER to initialize the Look-up layout.
OR
If you are only changing an existing SP-856 layout and have layout entries you want to keep,
touch CLEAR to escape without running the Initialize command.
5. After the Initialize command, you can now enter assignments for the SP-856 Look-up
Screen layout.
Continue to the SP-856 instructions for SP-856.
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SP-856 Look-up Screen Layout
Use this program to assign the buttons that appear on your Look-up PLU screen. You can include
function keys to allow the user to finalize the transaction without returning to the main screen, and you
can link the Look-up PLU to another Look-up PLU.
Defining the Look-up PLU screen involves the following procedures:
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Assign keys to each button
Select button colors
Customize the button captions
Adjust key sizes
Use SP-856 to identify the type of key displayed for every button, as well as the color, captions, and
sizes displayed for the buttons. The steps you use for this program begin next.
To Assign Look-up PLU Screen Buttons:
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-856 Look-up Screen Layout and touch ENTER.
4. Select the Look-up key to define and touch ENTER.
5. Select the category of key (Function, PLU linked to Look-up PLU, Look-up PLU, or
Cooking Instruction) you are assigning and touch ENTER.
If you are using Enhanced Drive-Thru functions (SF-74 FE = YY), there are two possible
layout formats: Order-Taker and Cashier Station/Counter Terminal 4-window (CS/CT-4W),
shown in the following examples.
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When the CS/CT-4W screen format displays, you can touch the CONVERT OT button to
set the Look-up screen for this Look-up PLU to the OT screen format.
When the Order-Taker screen format displays, you can touch the CONVERT CS/CT-4
button to set the Look-up screen for this Look-up PLU to the Cashier Station/Counter
Terminal 4-Window format.
6. Select the key (from the list) you want to assign to a button.
See the notes on the next page.
7. Touch the button where this key should appear.
8. Repeat Steps 6 and 7 for each key to assign from this category.
9. When you are ready to leave this category, touch CLEAR.
10. Repeat Steps 5 through 9, as needed, to define all buttons for this Look-up key.
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11. Repeat Steps 4 through 10 for each Look-up key to define.
12. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR, as needed.
Notes:
1.
The following keys cannot be allocated to the Look-up screen:
- WASTE
- WASTE OT
- All New car keys
- All Serve keys
- Change screen OT/CS key
- All Change order keys
- All Break-in keys
- QW Shift display key
2.
Assign Look up-PLU keys for the Order-Taker screen format on terminals set for OT
or CT-1W modes. Assign Look-up PLU keys for the Cashier Station/Counter Terminal
4-window format on terminals set for CS or CT-4W modes. An error message displays
if a Look-up PLU key programmed for Order-Taker screen format is pressed at the
Cashier Station or 4-window Counter Terminal (or vise versa).
3.
Conversion Limitations
- Key sizes are not converted between OT and CS/CT-4W screen formats.
- Only 9 x 11 out of 12 x 11 keys convert if the Order-Taker Look-up layout is
converted to CS/CT-4W screen format.
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To Define Look-up PLU Screen Button Colors:
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-856 Look-up Screen Layout and touch ENTER.
4. Select Button Color and touch ENTER.
5. Touch the button you are changing.
The Color Map screen displays.
6. To change the background color, touch a color that appears in one of the three Background
Colors columns. (These are the three far right columns.)
Note:
For both Background and Foreground colors, you can use the ratio adjustment
buttons (R, G, B) to cycle through shades of red, green, and blue.
7. To change the font or text color, touch a color from one of the Foreground Colors columns.
8. When you finish this button, touch CLEAR.
9. Repeat Steps 5 through 8 for each button color to change.
10. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
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To Change Look-up Screen Button Captions:
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-856 Look-up Screen Layout and touch ENTER.
4. Select Button Caption and touch ENTER.
5. Touch the button you are changing.
6. Type the text you want to display for this button and touch ENTER.
Note: Do not use a “,” combination of characters within the caption. Your entry centers
itself on the button unless you type two lines of characters. If you use two lines,
you must insert spaces to properly center the caption.
7. Repeat Steps 5 and 6 for each button caption to change.
8. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
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Table Plan
If you enable the Table Plan function, the screen displays a layout of tables when you sign on or touch
the TABLE PLAN key. The table status (vacant, reserved, seated, etc.) is identified by your choice of
color, as shown in the following example.
In order to use the Table Plan function, you must use high-speed Uninet (Ethernet) IRC and allocate
memory in the SP-112 Maximums program, Table Plan Locations and Table Plan Tables. You can
track up to 8 locations and as many as 77 tables per location. The following programs also involve
Table Plan programming:
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SP-850 :
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SP-134:
SP-113:
SF-37H
SF-37B
SF-37A
SF-45H
SF-45G
SF-45E
SF-45C
SF-109A
SF-127H
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SF-127E~A
SF-128H
SF-128C~A
SF-129H~E
SF-129C~A
SP-854:
SP-855:
TABLE PLAN button - redisplays the Table Plan screen in operations.
RESERVE TABLE button - used to note a table reservation.
Define Location names (e.g. patio, dining room, etc.).
Set to enable Table Number System.
Set to allow track creation at applicable terminals.
Set to allow multiple bills per table (up to 8 checks per table), if required.
Must be set for IRC communications.
Set to allow floating clerks, if clerks use multiple terminals.
Set to allow floating tracks, if clerks use multiple terminals.
Must be set for Uninet (Ethernet).
Set to YES if you want to use the Customer file for reservations.
Set to use Table Server. The Table Server terminal can use the TABLE PLAN
key to display the status of all tables if pressed without clerk sign-on.
Define the Table Server ID.
Select a setting to display the Table Plan screen at clock-in (log-on).
Select the default Location displayed for Table Plan.
Choose the timing when Payment status automatically changes to Cleaning.
Choose the timing when Cleaning status automatically changes to Vacant.
Define the Table Plan layout.
Select colors to display for the table status buttons.
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SP-134 Locations
Locations can identify a seating area of the restaurant. They appear on the receipt, at the kitchen
printer, and for Table Plan programming and operating screens and you can have the system activate a
price level for the selected location. Use the following procedure to program the locations you use.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-134 Locations and touch ENTER.
4. Select the location (1~8, based on memory allocation) to program and touch ENTER.
5. Select the Name field and touch ENTER.
6. Type a description for the location and touch ENTER.
7. Select the FLAG field and touch ENTER.
8. Select applicable Flag settings. Use ENTER to toggle a YES or NO answer.
9. Touch CLEAR when you are ready to leave the flags.
10. Repeat Steps 4 through 9 for each location.
11. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
Locations Flag Entries
Flag
H
Not used.
G
Not used.
F
Not used.
E
Not used.
D
Not used.
C
Select the price level to activate for this location.
NNN = No price shift.
NNY= Set Price Level 1
NYN= Set Price Level 2
NYY= Set Price Level 3
B
A
Note:
If you set SP-161 to set price levels at specific times of day, the SP-161 price levels take
priority over the location price levels you set within this program. The location price levels
will affect pricing, however, if the clerk signs off and on and then stores and recalls the
transaction.
Price levels have the following priority: Customer File (SP-192), Customer Group (SP-193),
Eat-in (SF-100D~F), Take-out (SF-100A~C), Delivery (SF-107A~C), and Location (SP-134).
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SP-854 Table Plan
Use this program to design the Table Plan layout for each Location you use. Within the layout, you
assign buttons to represent table numbers, and then define the number of seats available per table. If
you defined groups in SP-123 Clerks, you can also set a group number for table mapping by clerk.
To Create the Table Plan Layout
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-854 Table Plan and touch ENTER.
4. Select Table Plan and touch ENTER.
5. Select the Location you are programming. (Use the Page Up and Page Down buttons to
cycle through the Locations.)
The screen displays the current layout for this location. A “Select Table Position” prompt
appears at the top of the screen.
6. Touch a button that will represent a table position.
The screen prompts you to “Enter a Table.”
7. Enter a table or room number (1~999, depending upon your memory allocation) and touch
ENTER.
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A button now appears in the position you selected. If you want to cancel a table entry, enter
0 and touch ENTER.
8. Repeat Steps 6 and 7 for each table you want to assign to this Location.
9. Repeat Steps 5 through 8 for each Location you use.
10. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
To Assign Seats per Table
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-854 Table Plan and touch ENTER.
4. Select Seats per Table and touch ENTER.
5. Select the Location to program. (You can use the Page Up and Page Down buttons to cycle
through the Locations.)
The screen displays the current layout for this location. A “Select Table Position” prompt
appears at the top of the screen.
6. Touch a table position button to program.
The screen prompts you to “Assign New Seat.”
7. Enter the number of seats at this table and touch ENTER.
For example, if the table has two seats, enter 2 to represent two possible covers. If the table
has four seats, enter 4.
8. Repeat Steps 6 and 7 for each table position button.
9. Repeat Steps 5 through 9 for each Location you use.
10. When you complete all assignments, touch CLEAR.
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To Assign Table Groups
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-854 Table Plan and touch ENTER.
4. Select Group and touch ENTER.
5. Select the Location with the group to program. (You can use the Page Up and Page Down
buttons to cycle through the Locations.)
The screen displays the current layout for this Location. A “Select Table Position” prompt
displays at the top of the screen.
6. Touch a table position button to program.
The screen prompts you to “Assign Group.”
7. Enter the number of the group for this table and touch ENTER.
Enter 0-31 (0= Show all tables) for the group number. Also set the group link to clerks in
the SP-123 Clerks program.
8. Repeat Steps 6 and 7 for each table position button.
9. Repeat Steps 5 through 8 for each Location you use.
10. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
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SP-855 Color
This program lets you customize the colors that display for specific areas of the Table Plan and DriveThru screens.
If you are using Enhanced Drive-Thru functions (SF-74 FE = YY), you can use this program to set the
colors for the Queue windows, for the Subtotal panel, and for the destinations. If you are using the
Table Plan function, you can use this program to choose both foreground and background colors for
the table status buttons.
Enhanced Drive-Thru Colors
Use the following procedure to select the foreground and background colors that display for the
Subtotal panel, for the three Queue windows, and for the ten destinations.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-855 Color and touch ENTER.
4. Touch the button (SUBTTL, QUEUE WINDOW 1~3, DESTI 1~10) you are changing and
touch ENTER.
The example on the next page shows the area of the touch screen that will be affected by
your selections.
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5. To change the background color of the key you selected, touch a color from the Background
Colors columns. (These are the three far right columns below the Background button.)
Note:
For both Background and Foreground colors, you can use the ratio adjustment
buttons (R, G, B) to cycle through shades of red, green, and blue.
6. To change the font or text color, touch a color from the Foreground Colors columns. (These
are the three columns below the Foreground button.)
7. When you finish this button, touch CLEAR.
8. Repeat Steps 4 through 7 for each button color to change.
9. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
Table Plan Colors
Use the following procedure to customize the colors that display for the table status buttons on the
Table Plan screen.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-855 Table Plan and touch ENTER.
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4. Touch the button to change and touch ENTER.
5. To change the background color, touch a color from the Background Colors columns.
(These are the three columns below the Background button.)
Note:
For both Background and Foreground colors, you can use the ratio adjustment
buttons (R, G, B) to cycle through shades of red, green, and blue.
6. To change the font or text color, touch a color from the Foreground Colors columns. (These
are the three columns below the Foreground button.)
7. When you finish this button, touch CLEAR.
8. Repeat Steps 4 through 8 for each button color to change.
9. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
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CUSTOMER FILE PROGRAMS
SP-192 Customer File
The customer file gives you a way to track customers by phone number, VAT number, or name. You
can also record the customer’s name and address and print the information on a receipt for delivery
orders. Your memory allocation decides how many files you can track; you can have approximately
854 files with the standard amount of RAM and, if you have installed optional memory, you can have
approximately 9999 files. Use the following procedure to create or edit your customer files.
Important:
If you are using this function, you must specify the number of customer files in the
SP-112 Maximums memory allocation file. The allocation for this file MUST be
identical in all terminals. Also, all terminals must have identical SP-192 Customer
File data, so be sure you set System Flag SF-87A = YES to broadcast customer file
data.
To Add or Change a Customer
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-192 Customer File and touch ENTER.
4. Do one of the following to identify the customer you are adding.
If System Flag SF-116F= No, enter the phone number or VAT number of this customer and
touch ENTER.
OR
If System Flag SF-116F= YES, type the customer’s name and touch ENTER.
OR
If you use barcodes for customer accounts and your card reader is installed, scan the
customer’s card. (See the Customer Card Data Format information at the end of this
section.)
If the name does not already exist or is not recognized in the file, a “File Not Found - Create
New File?” message displays. (If the number exists, the screen displays information stored
for this customer. You can change this customer or delete the customer from the file.)
5. Touch ENTER to create a new file.
6. For the first line, touch ENTER; enter a phone number or VAT number for this customer
and touch ENTER.
7. For the second line, touch ENTER; type the customer’s name and touch ENTER.
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8. For the third line, touch ENTER; type the first line of the address for this customer (e.g., the
street address) and touch ENTER.
9. For the fourth line, touch ENTER; type the second line of the address for this customer (e.g.,
apt number or city, state) and touch ENTER.
10. For the fifth line, touch ENTER; type the third line of the address for this customer and
touch ENTER.
11. For the sixth line, touch ENTER; type a last line of the address for this customer and touch
ENTER.
12. Select the Group field and touch ENTER.
13. Select the Customer Group (defined in the SP-193 Customer Group program) that applies to
this customer.
14. Select the FLAG field and touch ENTER.
15. Select Flag options that apply to this customer. For details about the entries, see the
Customer File Flag Data Entries table, below.
16. When you finish this customer, touch CLEAR.
A prompt asks if you are sure you want to save the changes.
17. If you are sure you want to save the changes, touch ENTER. (Otherwise, touch CLEAR and
start over.)
18. Repeat Steps 4 through 17 for each customer to add.
19. When you are ready to exit this program, touch CLEAR.
Customer File Flag Data Entries
Flag
H
Y= Do not allow access to this customer.
N= Allow access to this customer.
G
Not used.
F
Not used.
E
Not used.
D
Not used.
C
B
A
Price Level activated for this customer:
NNN= No Price shift
NNY= Price Level 1
NYN= Price Level 2
NYY= Price Level 3
If Price Level 1, 2, or 3 is active at the terminal, the system disregards this
setting.
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To Delete a Customer File
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-192 Customer File and touch ENTER.
4. Do one of the following to select the customer file to delete.
If System Flag SF-116F = No, enter the telephone/VAT number for this customer and touch
ENTER.
OR
If System Flag SF-116F= YES, type the customer’s name and touch ENTER.
OR
If you use barcodes to access customer accounts and your card reader is installed, scan the
customer’s card.
The screen displays information currently programmed for this customer. (If the name or
number is not recognized in the file, a “File Not Found - Create New File” message displays,
and you cannot delete the customer based on the number or name you entered.)
5. Touch DELETE to tag the customer file for deletion.
This step signals that the customer will be deleted and, from this point, you cannot access
the customer. The customer information remains in the file, however, until you reset the
customer file totals in this exact order: Z1-73 Full Customer File 1st Level Report, Z2-74
Full Customer File 2nd Level Report, Z2-86 Deleted Customer File. If you deleted this
customer by accident, you can perform an Undelete at any point prior to resetting these
reports.
6. Touch CLEAR to exit.
7. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
Remember that the customer file is not fully deleted until you take a Z1-73 Full Customer
File 1st Level Report, Z2-74 Full Customer File 2nd Level Report, Z2-86 Deleted Customer
File reports in this specified order. See the procedure to undelete a customer file if you want
to reactivate this customer.
To Undelete a Customer File
Use the following steps to restore a customer file that has been marked for deletion. You can perform
this procedure at any point prior to resetting the deleted customer file totals with a Z1-73 Full
Customer File 1st Level Report, Z2-74 Full Customer File 2nd Level Report, Z2-86 Deleted Customer
File reports.
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1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-192 Customer File and touch ENTER.
4. Do one of the following to select the deleted customer file.
If System Flag SF-116F = No, enter the telephone/VAT number for this customer and touch
ENTER.
OR
If System Flag SF-116F= YES, type the customer’s name and touch ENTER.
OR
If you use barcodes to access customer accounts and your scanner is installed, scan the
customer’s card.
5. Touch UNDELETE to tag the customer file for deletion.
6. Touch CLEAR to exit.
7. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
The deletion tag is removed from this customer file.
Customer Card Data Format
Customer cards must be configured for the following.
66 = bbbb c yymm nnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
66 = bbbb c a yymm nnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
If System Flag SF-109F= No
If System Flag SF-109F= YES
66
Customer Card ID
=
Field separator
bbbb
c
4-digit branch number (set to match your entry in the SP-200 Identifiers program)
Control digit:
0
1
2
3
a
n
check both branch number and expiration date
Adjustment [SF-109.F=YES]
0
Adjustment not used
1
Adjustment 1
2
Adjustment 2
3
yymm
do not check branch number or expiration date.
check branch number only.
check expiration date only.
Adjustment 1 & 2
Expiration date (yy = 2-digit year; mm= 2-digits month)
Customer phone/VAT # (max. 15 digits, numeric only)
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SP-193 Customer Group
Customers in the SP-192 program can be linked to any one of 99 customer groups. These groups can
be used to pick up a customer file. You can also set flags to have a specific price level set for
customers linked to a group. Use the following procedure to set up your customer groups; then use SP192 to link customers to these groups.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-193 Customer Groups and touch ENTER.
4. Select the customer group (1~99) to program and touch ENTER.
5. Select the line to program and touch ENTER.
6. Select the Name field and touch ENTER.
7. Type a description for this customer group and touch ENTER.
8. Select the Flag field and touch ENTER.
9. Select flag options that apply to this customer group.
For details about the flag options, see the Customer Group Flag table, below.
10. When you complete the flag entries, touch CLEAR twice to leave this customer group.
11. Repeat Steps 4 through 10 for each customer group to program.
12. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
Customer Group Flag Entries
Name
Flag
Type up to 16 characters to describe this customer group.
H
Y= Button color is gray with blue text.
N= Button color is yellow with red text.
G
Not used.
F
Not used.
E
Not used.
D
Not used.
C
Select the price level for this customer group.
NNN = No price shift.
NNY= Set Price Level 1
NYN= Set Price Level 2
NYY= Set Price Level 3
B
A
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MISCELLANEOUS PROGRAMS
SP-129 Person Type
When System Flag SF-09E is set to YES, you can display a list of person types by pressing the
PERSON key. You can use this function to track up to eight categories of people, such as adults,
children, seniors, etc. A quantity count for each person type is provided on the Full Transaction
reports. Use the following procedure to define the person types for your application.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-129 Person Type and touch ENTER.
4. Select the person type (1~8) to program and touch ENTER.
5. Type a description for the type or category of person to track and touch ENTER.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each person type to program.
7. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
for the next
SP
Note:
129
ENTER
person type
1~8
ENTER
description
max. 10 char.
ENTER
CLEAR
The following System Flags are related to person type handling:
SF-07F,B
SF-09D
SF-12H,G
SF-35B,A
Require Person Type entry.
Display Selected Person Type.
Change Person Type in X or Z.
Print Person Type/Count on receipt.
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SP-166 Maximum Order Number
Receipt and Kitchen Printers include a 6-digit check (bill) number when a transaction is closed. The
two most significant digits of this check number are based on the terminal IRC ID; the four least
significant digits normally start at 1 and increase with each order number to a maximum of 9999.
Use this program if you want to use the optional Order Number function, where a maximum 5-digit
Order # prints on the Receipt and Kitchen Printer headers. With this option, you can control the
maximum order number for a particular terminal.
Example:
If IRC ID= 1, Max. Order #= 99, issue order numbers 101~199;
If IRC ID= 1, Max. Order #= 200, issue order numbers 101~1200;
If IRC ID= 2, Max. Order #= 99, issue order numbers 201~299.
If IRC ID= 2, Max. Order #= 200, issue order numbers 201~2200.
If IRC ID= 32, Max. Order #= 999, issue order numbers 3201~32999.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-166 Maximum Order Number and touch ENTER.
4. Enter the highest order number you want to use and touch ENTER.
You can enter a maximum of 255. If you enter 0, the order number is disabled.
5. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
SP
166
ENTER
ENTER
max. order #
(1~999)
ENTER
CLEAR
Note: Order numbers increment until they reach the maximum or until you take a Z- 01
Report. When the order number reaches the maximum, it returns to 001. It also
resets to 001 when you take a Z-01 Report.
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SP-143 Macro Key (Button)
A macro is a pre-recorded sequence of keystrokes that can be executed with a single command. You
can use macros to simplify a routine or lengthy key sequence. You can have up to 10 macros, each
with up to 50 individual keystrokes. Use the steps below to set up any macros you use.
Note: Before you start programming, perform the actual key sequence and write down
every individual key you touch for the sequence. Macros keys can only be used with
the keylock in the R position and only from a menu screen.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-143 Macro Key (Button) and touch ENTER.
4. Select the macro to program and touch ENTER.
The screen lists function keys you can include within a macro command.
5. Select the function key to include in this macro and touch ENTER.
Your selection displays at the top of the touch screen.
6. Repeat Step 5 for each key to include within the macro string.
7. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
for another
for the next
SP
143
ENTER
macro #
1~10
ENTER
select key from
list
ENTER
CLEAR
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SP-202 FTP Client Log-on
If System Flag SF-126 H is set to YES, your terminal acts as an FTP client, which sends reports to the
designated FTP server, either at the End of Day or at a set time. If SF-126G is also set to YES, you
must log on a user name and password. Use this procedure to program both the user name and
password.
Note: The password should be provided by your system administrator. Both the user name
and password are case-sensitive.
1. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
2. If IRC is enabled, touch the PROGRAM FUNCS (Program functions) button. If the list of
programs already appears, skip to Step 3.
3. Select SP-202 FTP Client Log-on and touch ENTER.
4. Select User Name and touch ENTER.
5. Type up to 20 characters for the user name and touch ENTER.
6. Select Password and touch ENTER.
7. Type up to 20 characters for the password and touch ENTER.
8. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
SP
202
ENTER
user name
max. 20 char.
ENTER
password
max. 20 char.
ENTER
CLEAR
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IRC COMMUNICATIONS
Your system can be set for RS-485 or Uninet (Ethernet) communications, which allows as many as 32
terminals to communicate via an IRC (Inter-Register Communication) network. With IRC, your
system supports the following functions:
ƒ
Report Consolidation to a Master terminal
ƒ
IRC report functions
ƒ
IRC program functions
ƒ
Communication to peripheral devices
ƒ
Floating clerks
ƒ
Floating tracks, guest checks
The procedures you use to set up IRC depend upon the type (RS-485 or Uninet) of communications
you use. Details are provided in the Appendix (see pages 282 and 284 for details).
This section covers the steps you use to send program changes from the updated terminal to other
terminals on your system.
SP-8800 Initialize IRC
Perform this procedure to first establish communications between all terminals that are part of the IRC
system. You must execute this procedure at each terminal to establish the proper communication map
at each terminal.
Note: When an off-line warning message displays, do not use this command; instead use
the X mode, Online ECR command to re-establish communications.
1. Before performing this procedure, make sure the terminal is powered on while a clerk is
signed off. (Touch CLERK ID to sign off the clerk; then power the terminal off and on.)
2. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
3. Touch the IRC PROG FUNCS (IRC Program functions) button.
If the IRC PROG FUNCS button does not appear, you have not yet enabled IRC
communications for your system. See the set-up procedures for RS-485 or Uninet and make
sure that SF-45H = YES.
4. Select SP-8800 Initialize IRC and touch ENTER.
An “Are you sure” prompt now displays.
5. Touch ENTER.
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The screen displays "CHECKING" and "---IRC--##" (##: IRC IDs from 1 to 32). If it
detects an error, the error message displays and a warning sounds. If a receipt is installed,
the Master terminal prints the model name, software type, machine number, location
number, IRC status, and model.
When Uninet communication is successful, MAC and IP addresses from SP-201 print at the
receipt printer. If the IP addresses do not print, turn the power switch off and on and try SP8800 again.
Note:
The SP-8800 command differs from RS-485 IRC initialization, in that it
first broadcasts a message asking for each IRC ID. Only terminals
programmed with that ID respond. The IP addresses are then broadcast to
the network.
6. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
7. Repeat this procedure at each terminal on the IRC network.
Online ECR Command
If the terminal displays an off-line warning message (e.g., “ECR 003 Busy”), use the following
procedure to retry and re-establish the IRC communication.
1. Go to the terminal indicated by the “busy” message. Make sure that the power switch is on
and all cables are secure.
2. Touch CLERK ID to log off the clerk and turn the terminal power switch off and on.
3. Turn the keylock to X and sign in an authorized clerk number (SP-123 Clerk Flag 1G must
be YES).
4. Touch the ONLINE ECR button.
5. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
Send a Program to all Terminals
1. Go to the terminal with the programming information to send to the other terminals.
2. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
3. Touch the IRC PROG FUNCS (IRC Program functions) button.
If the IRC PROG FUNCS button does not appear, you have not yet enabled IRC
communications for your system. See the set-up procedures for RS-485 or Uninet and make
sure that SF-45H = YES.
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The screen lists programs you can send to other terminals on your system.
4. Select the program file to send and touch ENTER.
An “Are you sure” prompt now displays.
5. If you are sure you want to send the program from this terminal to the other terminals, touch
ENTER.
OR
If you want to exit without sending the new program information, touch CLEAR.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each file to send.
7. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
Send Changed PLUs only
1. Go to the terminal with the programming information to send to the other terminals.
2. Turn the keylock to SP and sign in an authorized clerk number.
3. Touch the IRC PROG FUNCS (IRC Program functions) button.
The screen lists programs you can send to other terminals on your system.
4. Select SP-8222 Changed PLUs and touch ENTER.
An “Are you sure” prompt now displays.
5. If you are sure you want to send the PLU file changes from this terminal to the other
terminals, touch ENTER.
OR
If you want to exit without sending the PLU changes, touch CLEAR.
Changed PLUs are now relayed to all terminals on your system. This command finishes
much quicker than the SP-8122 (All) PLU command.
6. When you are ready to leave this program, touch CLEAR.
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IV. APPENDIX
INITIAL RESET
You can perform an Initial Reset to restart the POS terminal, with manual or automatic screen
calibration and with or without a RAM test.
Initial Reset with Manual Calibration
1. Turn the terminal power switch OFF.
2. Turn the keylock to IR position.
3. Turn on the power switch while touching the lower left touch screen position.
Four beeps sound and the display shows an “IR” message.
4. Touch Cross point A and Cross point B in sequence.
Initial Reset with Automatic Calibration
1. Turn the terminal power switch OFF.
2. Turn the keylock to IR position.
3. Turn on the power switch while touching the upper right touch screen position
Initial Reset with RAM Test (RAM Clear)
1. Turn the terminal power switch OFF.
2. Turn the keylock to IR position.
3. Turn on the power switch and immediately turn the keylock to Z1/P and back to IR position
while touching the bottom right touch screen position. You must turn the keylock back and
forth within one second of power up. Four beeps sound and the RAM test begins. This
command erases any application programming in the terminal.
Initial Reset without calibration
Initial Reset with calibration
Initial Reset with RAM test
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REPORT LIST
The following report list is provided for reference. 8800-series numbers (8801-8899) refer to IRC
reports.
Full
1st
Level
X / Z1
01 / 8801
03 / 8803
Auto Full Transaction
Full Transaction
Grand Total 1 (Z2 only)
Hourly
Deposit Balance
Cash-in-Drawer 1
Cash-in-Drawer 2
Hourly Major Group
Clerk
Clerk Track (X only)
Clerk Attendance
06 / 8806
07 / 8807
08 / 8808
09 / 8809
10 / 8810
11 / 8811
X-17 / 8817
19 / 8819
Labor Cost
Group
Major Grouped Groups
All Major Groups
Coupon PLU
PLU Total
20
21 / 8821
27
31 / 8831
35 / 8835
37 / 8837
Special PLU
PLU
Grouped PLU
PLU Time
PLU <a> (Price Level 1)
PLU <b> (Price Level 2)
39 / 8839
41 / 8841
47 / 8847
49 / 8849
51
53
PLU <c> (Price Level 3)
Mix & Match
Audit (Z2 only)
Customer File
Grouped Customer File
Track Total (X only)
Track
55
69 / 8869
73 / 8873
77
X-80 / 8880
81 / 8881
Server Track (X only)
Deleted PLU
Deleted Customer File
Assorted 1 (SP-170)
Assorted 2 (SP-170)
Assorted 3 (SP-170)
X-82 / 8882
Customer Bill
Electronic Journal Correction
Electronic Journal
96
98
99 / X-8899
2nd
Level
X / Z2
02 / 8802
04 / 8804
Z2-05 / 8805
Sequential
(SF-25C= NO)
1st
2nd
Level
Level
X / Z1
X / Z2
Individual
(SF-25C= NO)
1st
2nd
Level
Level
X / Z1
X / Z2
12 / 8812
13
14
15 / X-8815
X-18/ 88818
16 / X-8816
22 / 8822
28
32 / 8832
36 / 8836
38 / 8838
23
24
25
26
40 / 8840
42 / 8842
48 / 8848
43
44
45
46
52
54
57
59
58
60
63
65
64
66
56
70 / 8870
Z2-71
74 / 8874
78
61
62
67
68
75
76
X-83 / 8883
85 / 8885
86
87 / 8887
88 / 8888
89 / 8889
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UDP DATA STREAMING
Terminals can stream data to up to two PCs or other targets that have IP addresses and are able to
interpret UDP (User Datagram Protocol) data packets. Data streaming is available in two formats:
Printed journal text data and coded EJF data.
This function allows real-time monitoring of terminals, provided you create the PC application to
receive the data and show it appropriately on the screen.
With one PC:
With two PCs:
To enable TCP/IP communications, you must set the following at the terminals:
Journal PC: Printed Journal Text Data Streaming
SP-201 - IP Address
Set the IP address of the PC (or device) that should receive the text-based data streaming.
SP-113 System Function Flags
SF-90~94 D,C,B,A = NNYY Port selection
SF-65 A = YES
Journal data transfer
SF-121 D = YES
Journal streaming
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EJF PC: Coded EJF Data Streaming
SP-201 - IP Address
Set the IP address of the PC (or device) that should receive the EJF data streaming.
SP-113 - System Function Flags
SF-121 C = YES
Stream EJF
To enable TCP/IP communications, you must set the following at the PC.
Printed Journal Text Data Streaming
IP Address
The IP address of the PC (or device) must match the setting in the SP-201 program for the Journal PC.
TCP Port
The PC (or device) must listen to port 9333 for UDP packets of journal data text.
Data Format
ECR = JRNL DATA CR LF
JRNL DATA: Printable text that would appear on the POS terminal journal.
Coded EJF Data Streaming
IP Address
The IP address of the PC (or device) must match the setting in the SP-201 program for the EJF PC.
TCP Port
The PC (or device) must listen to port 9332 for UDP packets of coded EJF data.
Data Format
ECR = CODED JRNL CR LF
CODED JRNL: The 88 characters coded information. Information about decoding the contents of this
field is available in the Serial Communications Protocol manual.
ECR: 3-digit terminal number set in the SP-200 program at the terminal.
=: an equal sign (ASCII code 3D hex)
CR: a carriage return character (ASCII code 0D hex)
LF: a line feed character (ASCII code 0A hex)
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FTP COMMUNICATION
You can use FTP (File Transfer Protocol) communications for report-taking and for program updates
via the TCP/IP network. Uninet (Ethernet) is required to use these functions.
There are three approaches to have reports go to a back office PC:
1. FTP client PC selects reports on the report list and receives them from the FTP server POS terminal.
2. FTP client POS terminal sends Assorted reports to the FTP server PC by End of Day procedure.
3. FTP client POS terminal sends Assorted reports to the FTP server PC automatically at a set time.
There are two approaches to update the program on the POS terminal:
1. FTP client PC sends the program update file to the POS terminal (anytime).
2. FTP client POS terminal automatically updates its own program after sending Assorted reports to
the server PC by End of Day procedure (if there is a program update file on the server PC).
PC Client and POS Terminal Server Set-up & Procedure
FTP Client PC configuration
FTP client software must be installed in the PC.
- The software must be aware of the IP addresses for each POS terminal communicating.
- Use the standard TCP port reserved for FTP communication (i.e. port number 21).
- Connect with the FTP server POS terminal using a recognizable user name and password
(see SF-125 C~A).
FTP Server terminal Settings
SF-125 H = YES FTP Server
SF-32 H = YES Serial forces Clerk off (required if the client PC takes the reports while the POS
terminal is operating.)
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Procedure from FTP PC Client
1. Start the FTP client application software at the PC.
2. Connect to the FTP server POS terminal.
3. Sign on by entering user name and password.
User name: ID1, Administrator or Engineer (see SF-125 C,B,A)
4. Collect the report list from the FTP server POS terminal using FTP commands (i.e. ls, dir, etc.).
If the user is ID1 or Administrator, X and Z report lists appear.
If the user is Engineer, only the X report list appears.
5. Select reports on the PC.
PC Client and POS Terminal Server Program Maintenance
In this configuration, a program file is simply sent to the FTP POS terminal server by the client
software.
File Names
The file name must start with upd (in upper case or lower case letters); the rest of the file name and
extension are optional. For example:
UPD0001.prg
updates.txt
Update for Sx-7k8k.dat
Content of the program update file
The data within the program update file follows the standard comma separated format. Different types
of data can be mixed within the same file. The layout of this file is detailed in the Serial
Communications Protocol Manual.
For example, if PLU program data must be updated:
122,1,PLU 1
,2,100,50,200,0,0,0,0,0,0,00,00,00,00,00,00,02,1,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,00,0,0,0
122,2,PLU 2
,3,200,100,400,0,0,0,0,0,0,00,00,00,00,00,00,02,2,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,00,0,0,0
122,3,PLU 3
,4,300,150,600,0,0,0,0,0,0,00,00,00,00,00,00,02,3,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,00,0,0,0
122,4,PLU 4
,5,400,200,800,0,0,0,0,0,0,00,00,00,00,00,00,02,4,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,00,0,0,0
122,5,PLU 5
,6,500,250,1000,0,0,0,0,0,0,00,00,00,00,00,00,02,5,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,00,0,0,0
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PLU Deletion
Format of PLU Deletion
PLUs can be tagged for deletion by including the following information within a program update file.
Format: 116, PLU code (16 digits), FLAG (1 or 0)
PLU deletion flag (1=delete, 0=do not delete)
To Delete a PLU
PLUs can only be deleted after being reset. To delete a tagged PLU, you must collect the following
reports:
Z41 Full PLU - 1st level
Z42 Full PLU - 2nd level
Z85 Deleted PLU
Flash ROM update by FTP communication (PC Client with Server POS terminals)
You can perform a Flash ROM update from the client PC to the server POS terminals. When SF-111
H = NO, Flash ROM data is sent to the master terminal; the master terminal then automatically sends
Flash ROM data to the satellite terminals.
In order to use this function, the Flash ROM data must be in PRB (program data in binary) format.
The file name must start with upd. If you are using PLM 2000/TextTran, you need not rename the file;
PLM 2000/TextTran automatically sends the PRB file with the upd prefix.
Note: The Flash ROM data in PRB is included in the latest ROM data. If necessary, you
can make a PRB file from S24 file by selecting [Communication]-[Make PRB File]
on PLM 2000/TextTran.
Preparation
1. Set SF-121 E TCP Program server to YES.
2. Rename the Flash ROM data file in PRB.
The file name must start with upd (in upper or lower case letters); the rest of the file name is optional.
Procedure
1. Start the FTP client application software on the PC.
2. Connect to the FTP server POS terminal.
3. Sign in by entering user name and password. (User name: ID1, Administrator or Engineer, defined
by SF-125 C,B,A).
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PC Server and POS Terminal Client Set-up & Procedure
PC Server Configuration
The FTP server application must be developed for the PC.
- The software must be running on the PC to share a folder to the POS terminals.
- The user name and password set in the POS terminal (SP-202 or SP-200 by [SF-126 G]) must be
configured within the FTP PC server.
- If the FTP PC server set in Microsoft IIS (Internet Information Server) is being used, then the user
name must have write access to the folder that IIS is sharing.
FTP Client POS Terminal Settings
SF-126 H = YES FTP Client
SP-202 - FTP Client Logon used when SF-126 G=YES
SP-170 - Assorted Reports to be used as End of Day reports.
SP-167 - End of Day Report Times (program if required).
End of Day Procedure (Procedures from Client POS terminal)
1. Sign on a clerk in Z1/P. New lines appear for the End of Day procedure. For example if SF-126 A
is set, a new line appears with the caption "END DAY 1".
2. Select "END DAY 1".
3. Sign off the clerk.
4. After a short period of time, the client POS terminal goes into communication and sends the
Assorted reports to the FTP PC Server. The POS terminal prints a confirmation report with FTP
indication.
6. The POS terminal searches for a program update file on the FTP PC server if SF-126D = NO.
Program Maintenance for FTP POS Terminal Client
7. If a program update file exists, the POS terminal updates its own program data according to the
program update file contents.
8. The POS terminal disconnects from the FTP PC Server.
Timed End of Day Procedure
Three Assorted reports are triggered when the clerk signs on in Z1/P and selects the appropriate END
DAY line and signs off. The SP-167 End of Day Report Times program automates this End of Day
procedure.
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If the set time comes during a sales operation
The Assorted report can only be triggered if the POS terminal is idle. When the POS terminal becomes
idle and the time has been reached, the Assorted reports should be triggered as if the End of Day
procedure had been done in Z1/P.
FTP Server PC with POS Terminal Clients Program Maintenance
When a POS terminal places its report file in the folder controlled by the FTP PC server, it
automatically looks to see if any program update files exist in the PC. If a program update file exists,
the POS terminal updates its own program data according to the program update file contents.
File Names
Only certain file names are acceptable to the POS terminal. After it has been read by the POS terminal,
the program update file is automatically deleted or must be deleted manually, according to the file
name. File names are fixed as follows:
File name Which POS terminal --- deleted by
Updates.000 All POS terminals --- Server PC manually
Updates.mmm ECR #mmm --- POS terminal automatically
Updbbbb.mmm ECR #mmm in branch #bbbb --- POS terminal automatically
mmm: ECR machine number, bbbb: ECR branch number
Content of the program update file
Same as PC based FTP Client.
PLU Deletion
Same as PC based FTP Client.
FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
The protocol used on the Internet for exchanging files. FTP uses the Internet TCP/IP protocols to
enable data transfer. FTP is commonly used to download a file from a server using the Internet or to
upload a file to a server.
Client / Server
"Client" refers to the PC or POS terminal that log into the other, which is called the "Server". For
example, when a POS terminal logs in (triggers communication with PC), the POS terminal is a client,
and the PC is the server.
TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol)
This is the protocol used on the Internet (global area network) and Intranet (local area network).
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FTP Report List (FTP PC client)
Report Title
[Simple File Name (SF-125D=YES)] [Complex File Name (SF-125D=NO)]
X-01 Auto Full Transaction - 1st level
[X01.REP]
[X01_0001005.REP]
X-02 Auto Full Transaction - 2nd level
[X02.REP]
[X02_0001005.REP]
X-03 Full Transaction - 1st level
[X03.REP]
[X03_0001005.REP]
X-04 Full Transaction - 2nd level
[X04.REP]
[X04_0001005.REP]
X-06 Hourly
[X06.REP]
[X06_0001005.REP]
X-07 Deposit Balance
[X07.REP]
[X07_0001005.REP]
X-08 Cash in Drawer 1
[X08.REP]
[X08_0001005.REP]
X-09 Cash in Drawer 2
[X09.REP]
[X09_0001005.REP]
X-10 Hourly Major Group
[X10.REP]
[X10_0001005.REP]
X-11 Full Clerk
[X11.REP]
[X11_0001005.REP]
X-17 Full Clerk Track
[X17.REP]
[X17_0001005.REP]
X-19 Clerk Attendance
[X19.REP]
[X19_0001005.REP]
X-21 Full Group - 1st level
[X21.REP]
[X21_0001005.REP]
X-22 Full Group - 2nd level
[X22.REP]
[X22_0001005.REP]
X-31 All Major Group - 1st level
[X31.REP]
[X31_0001005.REP]
X-32 All Major Group - 2nd level
[X32.REP]
[X32_0001005.REP]
X-35 Coupon PLU - 1st level
[X35.REP]
[X35_0001005.REP]
X-36 Coupon PLU - 2nd level
[X36.REP]
[X36_0001005.REP]
X-37 PLU Total - 1st level
[X37.REP]
[X37_0001005.REP]
X-38 PLU Total - 2nd level
[X38.REP]
[X38_0001005.REP]
X-39 Special PLU - 1st level
[X39.REP]
[X39_0001005.REP]
X-40 Special PLU - 2nd level
[X40.REP]
[X40_0001005.REP]
X-41 Full PLU - 1st level
[X41.REP]
[X41_0001005.REP]
X-42 Full PLU - 2nd level
[X42.REP]
[X42_0001005.REP]
X-47 Grouped PLU - 1st level
[X47.REP]
[X47_0001005.REP]
X-48 Grouped PLU - 2nd level
[X48.REP]
[X48_0001005.REP]
X-49 PLU Time (Last Sold)
[X49.REP]
[X49_0001005.REP]
X-69 Mix & Match - 1st level
[X69.REP]
[X69_0001005.REP]
X-70 Mix & Match - 2nd level
[X70.REP]
[X70_0001005.REP]
X-73 Full Customer File - 1st level
[X73.REP]
[X73_0001005.REP]
X-74 Full Customer File - 2nd level
[X74.REP]
[X74_0001005.REP]
X-80 Track Total
[X80.REP]
[X80_0001005.REP]
X-81 Track
[X81.REP]
[X81_0001005.REP]
X-82 Server Track
[X82.REP]
[X82_0001005.REP]
X-85 Deleted PLU
[X85.REP]
[X85_0001005.REP]
X-90 Program Dump
[X90.REP]
[X90_0001005.REP]
X-99 Electronic Journal [SF-125.G]
[X99.REP]
[X99_0001005.REP]
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Z Report List
Z-01 Auto Full Transaction - 1st level
[Z01.REP]
[Z01_0001005.REP]
Z-02 Auto Full Transaction - 2nd level
[Z02.REP]
[Z02_0001005.REP]
Z-03 Full Transaction - 1st level
[Z03.REP]
[Z03_0001005.REP]
Z-04 Full Transaction - 2nd level
[Z04.REP]
[Z04_0001005.REP]
Z-05 Grand Total 1
[Z05.REP]
[Z05_0001005.REP]
Z-06 Hourly
[Z06.REP]
[Z06_0001005.REP]
Z-07 Deposit Balance
[Z07.REP]
[Z07_0001005.REP]
Z-08 Cash in Drawer 1
[Z08.REP]
[Z08_0001005.REP]
Z-09 Cash in Drawer 2
[Z09.REP]
[Z09_0001005.REP]
Z-10 Hourly Major Group
[Z10.REP]
[Z10_0001005.REP]
Z-11 Full Clerk Report
[Z11.REP]
[Z11_0001005.REP]
Z-19 Clerk Attendance
[Z19.REP]
[Z19_0001005.REP]
Z-21 Full Group - 1st level
[Z21.REP]
[Z21_0001005.REP]
Z-22 Full Group - 2nd level
[Z22.REP]
[Z22_0001005.REP]
Z-31 All Major Group - 1st level
[Z31.REP]
[Z31_0001005.REP]
Z-32 All Major Group - 2nd level
[Z32.REP]
[Z32_0001005.REP]
Z-35 Coupon PLU - 1st level
[Z35.REP]
[Z35_0001005.REP]
Z-36 Coupon PLU - 2nd level
[Z36.REP]
[Z36_0001005.REP]
Z-37 PLU Total - 1st level
[Z37.REP]
[Z37_0001005.REP]
Z-38 PLU Total - 2nd level
[Z38.REP]
[Z38_0001005.REP]
Z-39 Special PLU - 1st level
[Z39.REP]
[Z39_0001005.REP]
Z-40 Special PLU - 2nd level
[Z40.REP]
[Z40_0001005.REP]
Z-41 Full PLU - 1st level
[Z41.REP]
[Z41_0001005.REP]
Z-42 Full PLU - 2nd level
[Z42.REP]
[Z42_0001005.REP]
Z-47 Grouped PLU - 1st level
[Z47.REP]
[Z47_0001005.REP]
Z-48 Grouped PLU - 2nd level
[Z48.REP]
[Z48_0001005.REP]
Z-49 PLU Time (Last Sold)
[Z49.REP]
[Z49_0001005.REP]
Z-69 Mix & Match - 1st level
[Z69.REP]
[Z69_0001005.REP]
Z-70 Mix & Match - 2nd level
[Z70.REP]
[Z70_0001005.REP]
Z-73 Full Customer File - 1st level
[Z73.REP]
[Z73_0001005.REP]
Z-74 Full Customer File - 2nd level
[Z74.REP]
[Z74_0001005.REP]
Z-81 Track
[Z81.REP]
[Z81_0001005.REP]
Z-85 Deleted PLU
[Z85.REP]
[Z85_0001005.REP]
Z-99 Electronic Journal [SF-125.G]
[Z99.REP]
[Z99_0001005.REP]
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DATATRAN INTERFACE
For credit and debit card payment, the Type D7 software provides for a basic EFT operation to a
DataTran unit. The system allows an Authorization Code (obtained by non-electronic means) entry
and allows a gratuity to be added to the transaction after finalization at the POS terminal.
Various flags permit manager control of specific functions. These flags are described at the end of this
document. Features available in Z1/P mode are controlled by the POS terminal security functions.
IRC network
(RS-485 or
Uninet via
Ethernet switch)
RS-232C
POS Terminal
(use one of Channels C,D,E,F)
telephone
line
DataTran
Operation Overview
1) Z1/P Mode - Menu Functions (Master terminal only)
Open Batch.
This operation must be performed prior to any EFT transactions taking place.
The POS terminal prints the DataTran status report.
Close Batch.
This operation must be performed on a regular basis to download transaction information from
the DataTran to the bank’s computer.
This operation can take several minutes and should not be interrupted.
The POS terminal prints the DataTran Status Report upon completion and will, unless
prohibited, automatically perform an Open Batch operation.
If the Automatic Open Batch is never required, set System Flag SF-69 C = YES. If the
Automatic Open Batch is not required at a particular time, the keylock must be turned to the X
position.
Batch Status
This prints the DataTran Status Report.
Batch Report
This prints a report for every transaction held within the DataTran, and is normally used for
reconciling POS terminal totals with the DataTran.
EFT Totals Report
This prints the Totals Report, as returned from the DataTran. The codes for the various totals
are replaced by User Programmable Text.
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2) Z1/P Mode - Hidden Functions (Master POS terminal only)
These functions are available when you select Programming Functions from the Z1/P Menu; they do
not display on the program list, and you must enter the program number manually.
9700 - Download DataTran Parameters.
Use this function to initially program the DataTran with the network parameters. It prompts
you to enter a telephone number and the serial number of the DataTran. The DataTran then
performs a dial-up and downloads the information. This procedure cannot be interrupted even
if the POS terminal is turned off.
9711 - Clear Batch.
This function deletes all transactions held within the DataTran and should only be performed
when you are certain that the unit contains only test transactions.
9712 - Change Batch.
This function allows you to change the Batch Sequence Number in the DataTran and is
normally used only when the DataTran is out of sync with the bank computer. It prompts you
to enter the new Batch Sequence Number.
9713 - List Networks.
This function lists the networks for which the DataTran is programmed.
9720 - Cancel EFT Transaction.
This function voids a transaction held within the DataTran. It prompts you to enter the
sequence number shown on the EFT voucher or on the Batch Report. (This operation does not
affect the POS totals in any way.)
3) R Mode
Normal Sale/Refund
If the transaction has a positive subtotal, the operation is considered to be a SALE; if the
Subtotal is negative, the operation is classed as a REFUND.
-
After pressing the CARD MEDIA button, a “Swipe Card” prompt displays. At this point, you
can either swipe a card through the internal card reader or enter the card number manually and
touch ENTER. You must then enter the expiration date (in the format MMYY) and touch
ENTER.
-
The POS terminal produces vouchers according to System Flag settings and may prompt you
to check the signature before printing a receipt.
Void Operation
If the POS terminal is in Void mode (as shown on the display) when you press the CARD
MEDIA button, the POS terminal does not attempt to communicate to the DataTran. It instead
closes the transaction to the selected card media. This feature helps you balance the POS
terminal totals to the DataTran.
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Authorization obtained by other means (e.g. phone)
If an authorization code is obtained by non-electronic means, you can press the EFT AUTH
button, which places the POS terminal in a non-add text entry mode.
-
You can then enter the authorization code by using the alpha-numeric buttons and touching
ENTER.
-
Complete the transaction by selecting the card media in the normal manner. While in the
Tender Screen, the system accepts only numeric entries followed by the EFT AUTH button.
-
Since this operation overrides the on-line function of the DataTran, it is controlled by System
Flag SF-69 C. When set to NO, you must turn the POS terminal keylock to X before you can
press the EFT AUTH; when set to YES, you can perform the operation in R mode.
Note: Although printed on the receipt and journal, the Authorization Code is not saved if
the clerk times out, is stored, or is interrupted by another clerk. As a result, you
must enter the Authorization Code just prior to finalizing the sale.
Gratuity Entry
If a tip is registered before the transaction is finalized, the tip amount updates the subtotal
before the order transmits to the DataTran.
-
If a tip is added after the transaction is finalized, you must use the following procedure.
(System Flag SF-69 B should be set to YES to print blank Tip and Totals lines on the EFT
voucher.)
Immediately after clerk sign-on:
1. Touch the SEQUENCE button (must be programmed on the main screen).
2. Enter the Sequence Number as printed on the EFT voucher.
This takes the POS terminal out of normal sales mode and prompts for a tip entry. Only Medias
with flags set to Allow Card Swipe and to Allow Card to be Authorized display.
3. Enter the amount and select a Media button.
After selecting the Media, the POS terminal communicates with the DataTran. It updates the
transaction selected by the Sequence Number and prints a receipt.
-
If the Subtotal is 0.00 when you select a media, the operation terminates and the clerk signs
off. The transaction is deleted from the POS terminal.
-
System Flag SF-68D can be set to YES to prohibit the entry of a Sequence Number unless the
keylock is turned to the X position.
-
System Flag SF-68E can be set to YES to prevent changes to a transaction that already has a
gratuity; this can be overridden by turning the key to the X position immediately before
pressing a Media button.
Manual Entry of Card Number
If, for some reason, the magnetic card reader cannot read the card, the clerk can enter the card
number when the “Swipe Card” message displays. This is terminated by the ENTER button,
and the operator is prompted to enter the expiration date in the format MMYY.
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Programs
Additional Function Buttons (SP-850)
EFT AUTH
SEQUENCE
System Function Flags (SP-113)
[SF-91 - Channel C Device]
[SF-92 - Channel D Device]
[SF-93 - Channel E Device] -- optional board is required
[SF-94 - Channel F Device] -- optional board is required
D~A:
EFT TERMINAL SELECTION (NNYN)
H~E =
DataTran (NNYN)
[SF-67 - EFTPOS Control]
H - CHECK LUHN & DATE
YES = Check the Luhn Check Digit and date of the card.
NO = Do not check.
G - SIGNATURE LINE VERTICAL
NO = Print horizontal signature lines.
F - TWO EFT RECEIPTS
YES = Print one EFT voucher with a signature line and a second with “Please keep this for your records.”
NO = Print one EFT voucher with a signature line.
E~A ID FOR EFT MASTER (the POS terminal connected to the DataTran)
[NNNNY] ID 1
[NNNYN] ID 2
[NNNYY] ID 3
[NNYNN] ID 4
[NNYNY] ID 5
[NNYYN] ID 6
[NNYYY] ID 7
[NYNNN] ID 8
[NYNNY] ID 9
[NYNYN] ID 10
[NYNYY] ID 11
[NYYNN] ID 12
[NYYNY] ID 13
[NYYYN] ID 14
[NYYYY] ID 15
[YNNNN] ID 16
[SF-68 - EFTPOS Device]
H - ENABLE MULTI-TRANS
Set YES for DataTran 162ML
G - LINK TO EFT
Set YES to enable interface
F - (Not applicable; set to NO.)
E - GRATUITY ENTRY
YES = Only permit gratuity entry when the keylock is in X position.
NO = Allow a gratuity entry even if the DataTran has already registered one.
D - GRATUITY IN X
YES = Allow gratuity entry in X mode only.
NO = Allows gratuity entry in REG mode.
C - AUTH ENTRY IN REG
YES = Allow Authorization Code entry in R mode.
NO = Allows Authorization Code entry in X mode only.
B - EXTRA VOUCHER 2
A - EXTRA VOUCHER 1
Prints 0-3 extra EFT vouchers with signature lines.
SF-69 - Smart Controls
H - ENTER START DATE
Set to NO.
G - ENTER ISSUE NUMBER
Set to NO.
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F - NO SIGNATURE CHECK
YES = Do not pause for a signature check.
NO = After printing the EFT voucher, the POS terminal pauses and prompts to verify the customer signature.
E - PRINT MERCHANT
YES = Print the Merchant Information as address lines on the EFT voucher.
NO = Do not print Merchant Information.
D - NOT DISPLAY CARD NUMBER
YES = Do not display the card number. (Set to YES.)
NO = Display the card number.
C - DO NOT AUTO OPEN BATCH
YES = Do not open a Batch.
NO = Automatically open a Batch when Close Batch Function is performed (unless the keylock is in X)
B - PRINT TIP LINES
YES = Print lines on the EFT voucher to allow the customer to write Gratuity and Total amounts.
NO = Do not print lines.
A - MASK CARD # ON 2ND EFT
YES = Mask card number.
NO = Do not mask.
[SF-158 - EFT POS DEVICE]
C - ENABLE EXTERNAL MSR
YES = Use Datacap external MSR
NO = Use optional internal Uniwell MSR
B,A- DEBIT SYSTEM
If B,A = NN, Debit is disabled. Set B= YES and A= NO for U.S. Debit.
Media (SP-124)
Media Flag 3F: Enable card swipe.
Media Flag 3E: Allow card to be authorized.
Media Flag 4H: Mask card number - set to YES.
Media Flag 4E: Print expiration date - set to YES.
Media Flag 4D: Debit card media; do not set Gift card media [MF-5 C]
Media 14: Gift Card Media
Media 15: Debit Card Media
Media 16: Credit Card Media
Additional User Text (SP-9913)
After performing the SP-9999 Initialize All Data command, user text is modified for the DataTran
device when you perform the SP-9913 command.
User Text
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
Note:
DataTran Code
99
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Description
ALL CARDS
Not used
Not used
AMEX
VISA
MASTER CARD
DISCOVER
PRIVATE LABEL
DINERS or CARTE BL
JCB
DEBIT
User text for gift cards is also preset.
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DataTran 162SL Single-Lane Configuration
Telephone line
or
DataTran
162SL
Processor
such as Mercury
Payment System
or
RS-232C
IPTran (Ethernet line)
Standalone
terminal
(CH B~F)
Datacap MSR
or internal card reader
(defined by SF-158C)
VeriFone
PIN Pad 1000SE
DataTran 162ML Multi-Lane Configuration
Available channels are the
same as above configuration.
DataTran
162ML
Telephone line
or
Processor
such as Mercury
Payment System
RS-232C
RS-232C
Master terminal
IRC ID 1
SF-67 E~A = NNNNY
IPTran (Ethernet line)
PDC Peripheral Device Controller is required for
DataTran 162ML, because 162ML does not
have ports to connect devices.
VeriFone
PIN Pad 1000SE
Datacap MSR
or internal card reader
(selected by SF-158C)
CH-A: RS-485 IRC line or
Uninet (Ethernet switch
required)
PDC
RS-232C
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Debit Card Programs
SP-850 Touch Screen Layout
OVERRIDE
SP-124 Medias
[Media Flag 4D] Debit card media (do not set Gift card media [MF-5.C])
SP-130 User Text
139
Debit Card
140
Return
SP-113 System Function Flags
[SF-91 - Channel C Device]
[SF-92 - Channel D Device]
[SF-93 - Channel E Device] -- optional board is required
[SF-94 - Channel F Device] -- optional board is required
D~A: EFT TERMINAL SELECTION (NNYN)
H~E = DataTran (NNYN)
[SF-67 - EFTPOS Control]
H - CHECK LUHN & DATE
YES = Check the Luhn Check Digit and date of the card.
NO = Do not check.
G - SIGNATURE LINE VERTICAL
NO = Print horizontal signature lines.
F - TWO EFT RECEIPTS
YES = Print one EFT voucher with a signature line and a second with a “Please keep this for your records”
message.
NO = Print one EFT voucher with a signature line.
E~A ID FOR EFT MASTER (the POS terminal connected to the DataTran)
[NNNNY] ID 1
[NYNNY] ID 9
[NNNYN] ID 2
[NYNYN] ID 10
[NNNYY] ID 3
[NYNYY] ID 11
[NNYNN] ID 4
[NYYNN] ID 12
[NNYNY] ID 5
[NYYNY] ID 13
[NNYYN] ID 6
[NYYYN] ID 14
[NNYYY] ID 7
[NYYYY] ID 15
[NYNNN] ID 8
[YNNNN] ID 16
[SF-68 - EFTPOS Device]
H - ENABLE MULTI-TRANS
Set YES for DataTran 162ML
G - LINK TO EFT
E - GRATUITY ENTRY
YES = Only permit gratuity entries when the keylock is in X position.
NO = Allow a gratuity entry even if the DataTran has already registered one.
D - GRATUITY IN X
YES = Allow gratuity entry in X mode only.
NO = Allows gratuity entry in REG mode.
C - AUTH ENTRY IN REG
YES = Allow Authorization Code entry in R mode.
NO = Allows Authorization Code entry in X mode only.
B - EXTRA VOUCHER 2
A - EXTRA VOUCHER 1
Print 0-3 extra EFT vouchers with signature lines.
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[SF-158 - EFT POS DEVICE]
C - ENABLE EXTERNAL MSR.
B - DEBIT / CREDIT SYSTEM
[SF-69 - Smart Controls]
H - ENTER START DATE
G - ENTER ISSUE NUMBER
F - NO SIGNATURE CHECK
YES = Do not pause for a signature check.
NO = After printing the EFT voucher with signature lines, the POS terminal pauses and prompts to verify
the customer signature.
E - PRINT MERCHANT
YES = Print the Merchant Information as address lines on the EFT voucher.
D - NOT DISPLAY CARD NUMBER
NO = Display the card number.
C - DO NOT AUTO OPEN BATCH
YES = Do not open a Batch.
NO = Automatically open a Batch when Close Batch Function is performed (unless the keylock is in X)
B - PRINT TIP LINES
YES = Print lines on the EFT voucher to allow the customer to write Gratuity and Total amounts.
A - NOT USED (see the explanation below)
During development of the EFT Totals Report, the test unit returned information for Debit operations,
although the manual indicated that this was only returned when Debit was permitted. Upon upgrading the
OS and Network Parameters, however, this information was not returned. If the POS terminal is connected
to a unit which returns this information, you must set the unmarked flag SF-69A to YES.
Note for SP-9996 Easy Setup
[SF-67 E~A] ECR ID FOR MASTER
IRC ID 1 is programmed by DATATRAN USA Debit (DataTran 162ML/SL).
SP-124 Medias
Media 14: Gift Card Media
Media 15: Debit Card Media
Media 16: Credit Card Media
Processor Mercury Payment Systems (MPS) has two types of software:
MPT = Mercury Payment "Terminal"
MPH = Mercury Payment "Host"
Terminal-base: The DataTran terminal manages all transactions. A Gratuity/Tip is available.
(Gratuity/Tip function is used only for Credit.)
Host-base: The Host terminal manages all transactions. It is used for Debit, so no tip is available.
Credit Card:
Debit Card:
Gift Card:
162 Terminal or Host
162 Host-base (no tip)
162 Terminal or Host
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Debit Card Operations
Two types of Debit Card operations are available: Debit sale and Debit return (refund).
Debit Sale (Payment by Debit Card)
For the first transaction after an Initial Reset, the POS terminal sends an Initialize Command to the DataTran
with an "In Communication" message (Warning Message #23).
1.
Register items with the normal procedure and touch a Debit Card media for the payment. (You can enter an
amount tender before pressing Debit Card media.)
2.
A "SWIPE CARD" message (Warning Message #24) displays.
3.
Swipe the Debit Card. (A manual card number entry is prohibited.)
In order to cancel, touch the CLEAR key on the POS terminal for an internal card reader or touch the X key
on the PIN pad terminal for an external card reader.
4.
Enter the PIN number on the PIN pad terminal.
5.
The POS terminal communicates with the DataTran by displaying "In Communication” message (Warning
Message #23). If the communication is successful, the POS terminal prints the EFT voucher (see below).
6.
If the POS terminal displays an "AP DUPE" (Duplicate Transaction message from DataTran) message,
touch the CLEAR key.
7.
Touch OVERRIDE to continue the duplicate transaction. (In order to cancel, touch this key again.)
8.
When the POS terminal displays an "Override” message (fixed message), press the Debit Card media again
and start over at Step 2 above.
Store EFT Voucher
Customer Receipt
App: (This line prints if the POS terminal receives the data.)
Ref:
123456
PLU 1
DEBIT CARD
01/01/2007 16:32
CLERK 001
1.00
------------
1.00
xxxxxxxxxxxx3456
Debit Card (User Text #139)
(User Text #155)
Sale
CLERK 001
#888-001-000017-0001 01/01/2007 16:32-R
xxxxxxxxxxxx3456
AMOUNT
1.00
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Debit Return
1.
Perform REFUND operation as usual, but do not press a Debit Card media.
2.
Turn the keylock to Z1/P position.
3.
Press the Debit Card media.
If the control key is not Z1/P position, Warning Message #72 “EFT Comm Error” displays.
4.
When the POS terminal displays the “Swipe Card” message, swipe the Debit Card through the reader.
(Manual card number entry is prohibited.)
In order to cancel, press CLEAR key on the POS terminal for an internal card reader or press [X] key on the
PIN pad terminal for an external card reader.
5.
Enter the PIN number on the PIN pad terminal.
6.
The POS terminal communicates with the DataTran and displays an "In Communication” message. If the
communication is successful, the POS terminal prints the EFT voucher (see below).
Store EFT Voucher
Customer Receipt
App: (This line prints if the POS terminal receives the data.)
Ref:
123456
DEBIT CARD
01/01/2007 16:35
CLERK 001
Debit Card
Return
PLU 1
-1.00
------------
-1.00
xxxxxxxxxxxx3456
(User Text #139)
(User Text #140)
CLERK 001
#888-001-000017-0002 01/01/2007 16:35-R
xxxxxxxxxxxx3456
AMOUNT
-1.00
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Gift Card Overview
Gift Cards are prepaid cards. They are set with an initial value, which is reduced each time the
customer uses the card for a purchase (redemption). Card values can be replenished with a refund
operation.
The following Gift Card operations are possible:
Gift Card Issue
Activates a gift card.
(Sets an initial card value when the card is purchased.)
Gift Card Issue Cancellation
Cancels the gift card issue prior to media payment.
Gift Card Redemption
Gift Card Refund
Gift Card Balance Inquiry
Tenders a transaction with a gift card.
(Partial payment with a gift card is also possible.)
Issues a refund to a gift card account, which increases the
balance of the gift card.
Displays and prints the balance of the gift card.
System Configuration
Multi Line
(Telephone line)
DataTran
162ML
or
IPTran
(Ethernet line)
RS-232C
(one of CH-B~F)
CH-A: RS-485 or Uninet (Ethernet, Hub is required)
Magnetic Card Reader (option) at the POS terminal is used.
Single Line
(Telephone line)
DataTran
162SL
or
IPTran
(Ethernet line)
RS-232C
(one of CH-B~F)
Magnetic Card Reader (option) at the POS terminal is used.
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Gift Card Programs
SP-850 Touch Screen Layout
GIFT CARD BALANCE
GIFT CARD ISSUE
SP-124 Media
Media Flag 5C -Gift Card Media
SP-130 User Text
153
154
155
156
157
Gift Card
Balance
Sale (for Gift Card)*
Refund (for Gift Card)*
Activation
* #6 REFUND and #62 SALE already exist in the user text;
these text messages are used for Gift Card receipts.
System Function Flags (SP-113)
[SF-90 - Channel B Device]
[SF-91 - Channel C Device]
[SF-92 - Channel D Device]
[SF-93 - Channel E Device] - optional board is required.
[SF-94 - Channel F Device] - optional board is required.
D~A: EFT Terminal Selection (NNYN)
H~E: DataTran (NNYN)
[SF-67 - EFTPOS Control]
H - CHECK LUHN & DATE
YES = Check the Luhn Check Digit and date of the card.
NO = Do not check.
G - SIGNATURE LINE VERTICAL
NO = Print horizontal signature lines.
F - TWO EFT RECEIPTS
YES = Print one EFT voucher with a signature line and a second with the message “Please keep this
for your records.”
NO = Print one EFT voucher with a signature line.
E~A ID FOR EFT MASTER (the POS terminal connected to the DataTran)
[NNNNY] ID 1
[NNNYN] ID 2
[NNNYY] ID 3
[NNYNN] ID 4
[NNYNY] ID 5
[NNYYN] ID 6
[NNYYY] ID 7
[NYNNN] ID 8
[NYNNY] ID 9
[NYNYN] ID 10
[NYNYY] ID 11
[NYYNN] ID 12
[NYYNY] ID 13
[NYYYN] ID 14
[NYYYY] ID 15
[YNNNN] ID 16
[SF-68 - EFTPOS Device]
H - ENABLE MULTI-TRANS
Set YES for DataTran 162ML
G - LINK TO EFT
B - EXTRA VOUCHER 2
A - EXTRA VOUCHER 1
Prints 0-3 extra EFT vouchers with signature lines.
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[SF-69 - Smart Controls]
E - PRINT MERCHANT
YES = Print the Merchant Information as address lines on the EFT voucher.
D - NOT DISPLAY CARD NUMBER
NO = Display the card number.
C - DO NOT AUTOMATICALLY OPEN BATCH
YES = Do not automatically open a Batch.
Gift Card Operations
Gift Card Issue (Activate a Gift Card - set initial card value)
1.
Press the GIFT CARD ISSUE key. (You can skip this step if a 10-key pad appears on the main screen.)
2.
When the "ENTER AMOUNT" (fixed) message displays, enter the Gift Card value.
3.
Press the GIFT CARD ISSUE key.
Note: After you press the Gift Card Issue key here, you can close the transaction with a
media key or perform a correction. Any other operation is prohibited.
4.
When the "SWIPE CARD" (Warning Message #24) message displays, swipe the Gift Card through the
magnetic card reader or manually enter the card number and press ENTER. There is no need to enter an
expiration date for the gift card.
The POS terminal now communicates to the DataTran. If the communication is successful, the
EFT voucher prints.
5.
When the "MUST TENDER" (fixed) message displays, press a media key to close the transaction (or cancel
the Gift Card Issue by pressing the CORRECTION key). No other operation, such as discount, New Balance
closing, etc., is allowed.
EFT voucher
888-0001-000257-S
App:
Ref:
Bal:
2126631
2126631
30.00
Approval code
Reference number
Gift card balance
01/01/2007 15:30
CLERK 001
Gift Card
Activation
Gift card issue message
User Text #157
xxxxxxxxxxxx3456
AMOUNT
888: machine number
0001: "00+ECR IRC ID#01"
000257: receipt number
S: card swipe or M: card number entered manually
30.00
Card number masked [SF-164.B]
Expiration date not printed [SF-164.A]
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Receipt
Activation
30.00
-------------
CASH
User Text #157
30.00
CLERK 001
#888-001-000257-0001 01/01/2007 15:30-R
Gift Card Issue Cancellation
1.
Press GIFT CARD ISSUE. (You can skip this step if a 10-key pad appears on the main screen.)
2.
An "ENTER AMOUNT" (fixed message) message displays. Enter the Gift Card value.
3.
Press GIFT CARD ISSUE.
Note: After you press the Gift Card Issue key here, you can close the transaction with a
media key or perform a correction. Any other operation is prohibited.
4.
When the "SWIPE CARD" (Warning Message #24) message displays, swipe the gift card through the
magnetic card reader or enter the card number manually and press ENTER. There is no need to enter the
expiration date for the gift card.
The POS terminal now communicates with the DataTran. If the communication is successful, the
EFT voucher prints.
5.
When the "MUST TENDER" (fixed) message displays, press the CORRECTION key to cancel the Gift
Card Issue.
The POS terminal communicates to the DataTran to cancel the Gift Card Issue, and the following EFT
voucher prints. No receipt is issued.
EFT voucher
888-0001-000258-S
App:
Ref:
Bal:
2126631
2126631
0.00
Approval code
Reference number
Gift card balance is zero.
01/01/2007 15:30
CLERK 001
Gift Card
TRANS VOID
Gift card issue cancellation message
User Text #74
xxxxxxxxxxxx3456
AMOUNT
30.00
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Gift Card Redemption (Payment by Gift Card - decreases card balance)
1.
2.
Register the customer’s items in the normal manner and press the Gift Card media for the payment.
PLU
Gift
Card
TTL
1
PLU
Gift
50
TTL
2
PLU
Gift
20
GIFT
CARD
PLU
Gift
10
CASH
Gift Card media
When the "SWIPE CARD" (Warning Message #24) message displays, swipe the card through the magnetic
card reader or manually enter the card number and press ENTER. There is no need to enter the expiration
date.
The POS terminal now communicates to the DataTran. If the communication is successful, the EFT voucher
and receipt print.
EFT voucher
888-0001-000258-S
App:
Ref:
Bal:
2126631
2126631
22.50
Approval code
Reference number
Gift card balance
01/01/2007 15:45
CLERK 001
Gift Card
Sale
Gift card sales message
xxxxxxxxxxxx3456
Card number masked [SF-164 B]
Expiration date not printed [SF-164A]
AMOUNT
7.50
Receipt
PLU 5
GIFT CARD
7.50
-------------
7.50
xxxxxxxxxxxx3456
Card number masked by [MF-4H]
CLERK 001
#888-001-000258-0001 01/01/2007 15:45-R
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Gift Card Refund (Increases card balance)
1.
Press REFUND and register the PLU to be refunded.
2.
Press the Gift Card media.
3.
PLU
Gift
Card
TTL
1
PLU
Gift
100
TTL
2
PLU
Gift
50
GIFT
CARD
PLU
Gift
30
CASH
When the "SWIPE CARD" (Warning Message #24) message displays, swipe the gift card through the
magnetic card reader or enter the card number manually and press ENTER. There is no need to enter the
expiration date for the gift card.
The POS terminal now communicates with the DataTran. If the communication is successful, the
EFT voucher and receipt print.
EFT voucher
888-0001-000259-S
App:
Ref:
Bal:
2126631
2126631
30.00
01/01/2007 15:45
CLERK 001
Gift Card
Refund
Gift card refund message
xxxxxxxxxxxx3456
AMOUNT
-7.50
Receipt
PLU 5
-7.50
REFUND
-------------
GIFT CARD
-7.50
xxxxxxxxxxxx3456
CLERK 001
#888-001-000259-0001 01/01/2007 15:50-R
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Gift Card Balance Inquiry
1.
Sign on a clerk and press GIFT CARD BALANCE.
2.
When the "SWIPE CARD" (Warning Message #24) message displays, swipe the card through the magnetic
card reader or manually enter the card number and press ENTER
3.
The POS terminal now communicates to the DataTran. If the communication is successful, the screen shows
the balance and the following EFT voucher prints.
EFT voucher
888-0001-000260-S
Bal:
30.00
01/01/2007 15:55
CLERK 001
Gift Card
Balance
Gift card balance message
xxxxxxxxxxxx3456
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IN-STORE MARKING CODE
Barcodes with Function Codes 02, 20 ~ 29 and 37 (12 codes) are used for in-store marking codes. Five
Function Codes are available on your system. In-store marking code can have ten digits of article code,
including a price or weight field by flag selections.
In-Store Marking Code Format
FF xxxxxxxxxx C
F: function code
Set 5 of 12 function codes with SF-136,138,140,142,144.
x: 10-digit article code or price/weight embedded code
C: check-digit for entire code
Bar Code Format Settings (xxxxxxxxxx)
10-digit Article Code (non-embedded code)
- Set SF-137,139,141,143,145 D~C to NO (Price/weight field not used).
Price Embedded Code
- Set SF-137,139,141,143,145 F to NO (Price embedded).
- Set SF-137,139,141,143,145 D,C for the number of digits for the price/weight field.
- Set SF-137,139,141,143,145 B,A for the 10th exponent of price/weight field, if required.
- Set decimal position in SP-124 Media 08 (Media Flag 2 B,A).
- Maximum price is 7 digits.
Weight Embedded Code
- Set SF-137,139,141,143,145 F to YES (Weight embedded).
- Set Scale item (PLU Flag 6H) to use weight embedded code.
- Set SF-137,139,141,143,145 D,C for the number of digits for the price/weight field.
- Set SF-137,139,141,143,145 B,A for the 10th exponent of price/weight field, if required.
- Maximum weight is 5 digits.
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Bar Code Format
SF-<#>: SF-137, SF-139, SF-141, SF-143, SF-145
PLU Code Program SP-122 with Scanner
When a bar code with a price/weight embedded field is programmed in SP-122 with a scanner, the
article code only (underlined code in the above bar code format) is programmed as a PLU code. If
"function code included in PLU code" SF-137, SF-139, SF-141, SF-143, or SF-145 E=YES] is
selected, the article code with function code (FF) is programmed as a PLU code.
PLU code programmed for Non-Embedded Code (10-digit article code only)
(SF-137, SF-139, SF-141, SF-143, SF-145 D,C=NN)
When a non-embedded code is programmed in SP-122 with a scanner, the highlighted codes below are
programmed as PLU code according to flag selections:
FF xxxxxxxxxx C
FF xxxxxxxxxx C
FF xxxxxxxxxx C
FF xxxxxxxxxx C
SF-137, SF-139, SF-141, SF-143, SF-145 E= NO, SF-135 A= NO
SF-137, SF-139, SF-141, SF-143, SF-145 E= NO, SF-135 A= YES
SF-137, SF-139, SF-141, SF-143, SF-145 E=YES, SF-135 A= NO
SF-137, SF-139, SF-141, SF-143, SF-145 E=YES, SF-135 A=YES
SF-137, SF-139, SF-141, SF-143, SF-145, Option E decides if the Function code is included in the
PLU code.
SF-135A decides if the 10-digit article code (with or without the check digit) is programmed as a PLU
code.
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MAGNETIC CARD READER
The following is an overview of formats you use for the optional Magnetic Card Reader.
Customer Card Data Format
The following details must be on Track 2 of the card.
66 = bbbb c yymm nnnnnnnnnnnnnnn (SF-109F=NO)
66 = bbbb c a yymm nnnnnnnnnnnnnnn (SF-109F=YES)
66 Customer Card ID
= Field separator
b 4-digit branch number (must match the branch number set in the SP-200 Identifiers program)
c Control digit
0 branch number, expiration date not checked
1 check branch number only
2 check expiration date only
3 check both branch number and expiration date
a Adjustment (SF-109F=YES)
0 Adjustment not used
1 Adjustment 1
2 Adjustment 2
3 Adjustment 1 & 2
yymm Expiration date (yy = 2-digit year, mm = 2-digit month)
n Customer phone/VAT # (max. 15 digits, numeric only)
Examples:
Control Digit = 0 (Branch and expiration date are not checked.)
Phone # : 06-6353-7021
66=0000000000663537021
Control Digit = 1 (Only branch number checked.)
If the branch number does not match SP-200, warning message #86 “Incorrect Branch” displays.
Branch number : 1234
66=1234100000663537021
Control Digit = 2 (Only expiration date checked.)
When the date on the card has expired, warning message #71 “Card Expired” displays.
Expiration date : Aug. 2002
66=0000202080663537021
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Control Digit = 3 (Both branch and expiration date checked.)
Branch number : 1234 , Expiration date : Aug. 2002
66=1234302080663537021
Macro Card Format
The following details must be on Track 2 of the card.
55 = bbbb c a % m %1(###) %2(###) %3(###) iiiiiiii
55 Macro card ID
=
field separator
b
4-digit branch number
c
Control digit (1 to 7)
1 Check branch number
2 Use MACRO key (Also set SP-143)
3 Check branch number, use MACRO key
4 Print card ID
5 Check branch number, print card ID
6 Use MACRO key, print card ID
7 Check branch number, use MACRO key, print card ID
a
Adjustment selection
0 Adjustment not used
1 Adjustment 1
2 Adjustment 2
3 Adjustment 1 & 2
% % selection
0 % not used
1 %1
2 %2
3 %1, %2
4 %3
5 %1, %3
6 %2, %3
7 %1, %2, %3
m Macro key selection (0 to 9)
0~9 MACRO 1~10
%1 0 - 99.9
%2 0 - 99.9
%3 0 - 99.9
(A value greater than 0 overrules the POS terminal setting. 100% is not available.)
i
8-digit card ID
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Examples:
Macro card executes MACRO 1 key sequence
1.
Set card data as follows:
55 = bbbb c a % m %1 %2 %3 iiiiiiii
55 = 0000 2 0 0 0 000 000 000 00000000
c = 2 (use MACRO key)
m = 0 (MACRO 1 key)
2.
Set MACRO 1 key (SP-143).
Room Card Data Format
The following details must be on Track 2 of the card.
33 = bbbbrrrrrr
33
=
b
r
Room card ID
field separator
4-digit branch number (must match the branch number set in the SP-200 Identifiers program)
6-digit room number
Table Card Data Format
The following details must be on Track 2 of the card.
44 = bbbb ttt
44
=
b
t
Table card ID
field separator
4-digit branch number (must match the branch number set in the SP-200 Identifiers program)
3-digit table number
Settings
To set up the automatic table creation, set SF-37B= YES.
Operation
When you swipe the table card, the system attempts to pick up that table number. If the table is not
currently stored, and SF-37B= YES, the table will be opened. The operator is NOT prompted to
confirm the creation.
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INTERFACE PORTS & CABLES
DX-915 Ports
Standard Interface Ports
Uninet (Ethernet) :
High speed IRC interface (SF-45 C= YES)
Channel A RS-485 :
IRC (SF-45 C= NO)
Channel B RS-232C :
SF-90
Channel C RS-232C :
SF-91
Channel D RS-232C :
SF-92
DW-1:
Drawer 1
DW-2:
Drawer 2
PS/2 Keyboard port (located on the back of the touch panel)
Optional Interface Ports (Option IF13-1)
Channel E RS-232C :
Channel F RS-232C :
SF-93
SF-94
Cables
Pin Assignment of Channel B~F
1 P.GND
2 TXD
3 RXD
4 RTS
5 CTS
6 +5V
7 GND
8 DCD
9 DTR
Drawer Port Pin Assignment
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IRC RS-485
Set-up Steps
1. Connect all POS terminals on the network through Channel A (RS-485). Use Uniwell RS485 junction boxes (one per terminal) for the connection.
Make sure that all power switches at all terminals and peripherals are turned off when you
connect the cables.
2. Program the POS terminal IDs with SP-200 - Identifiers.
Every terminal must have a unique IRC ID and a unique machine number (usually the same
as the IRC ID). An IRC Location is optional. See SP-200 - Identifiers for more information.
3. Set System Flag SF-45H to YES (Enable IRC communications).
When set, the SP menu displays a new option: IRC PROGRAM FUNCTIONS.
4. Set System Flag SF-45C to NO (Enable RS-485).
5. Turn the keylock at the Master terminal to SP position and initialize the IRC network from
the Master terminal.
To initialize IRC, touch the IRC PROGRAMMING FUNCTIONS button. Select SP-8800
Initialize IRC and touch ENTER twice.
The screen displays "CHECKING" and "---IRC--##" (##: IRC IDs from 1 to 32). If it
detects an error, the error message displays and a warning sounds. If a receipt printer is
installed (recommended), the Master terminal prints the model name, software type,
machine number, location number, IRC status, and model.
IRC Cables (RS-485)
RJ45 8 pin modular connector pin assignment
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RS422/485 Shielded Twisted Pair
Conductor: 24 AWG
Characteristic impedance: < 100 ohms
Capacitance per meter: 40 - 100 pF
Attenuation at 1Mhz / 100m: 2 - 6 db
Cable length: max. 1200 m
Connectors and Connector Shells
EMI / RFI Shielding RJ45 type
Data lines: 1K ohms (between pin #1 and 2)
Control lines: 220 ohms (between pin #3 and 6)
Terminating Resistors
Must be installed on the first and last devices on the IRC line.
Use Joint Box 485 below.
Joint Box 485
Joint Box 485 simplifies the cable connection between the POS terminals and printers on the IRC line
(RS-485). Terminating resistors and the shield condition can be set by changing the Joint Box pin
positions.
Cable Connection Sample using Junction Box 485
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IRC UNINET (Ethernet)
Set-up Steps
1. For LAN cable connection, connect the POS terminals via an Ethernet Switch with straight
LAN cables; if you have only two POS terminals, connect via a crossover LAN cable. No
cable is required for a standalone terminal. Be sure the power is off at all terminals while
you are connecting the cables. Use STP (Shielded Twisted Pair) cables with shielded
connectors.
2. Connect a receipt printer to Uninet (Ethernet) or connect an RS-232C local printer in order
to print communication status information.
3. In SP-112 Maximums (Memory Allocation), make sure that more than 65536 bytes are
available, but do not yet enter your allocation.
4. In SP-113, set the following flags:
Set SF-45H = YES (Enable IRC communications)
Set SF-45C = YES (Enable Uninet Ethernet)
Set SF-45B = YES (Baud rate)
Set SF-66H = YES (Prompt to send program changes)
Set SF-66F = YES (Use IP addresses from SP-201)
Set SF-125H = YES (Sets this terminal as an FTP Server)
Set SF-125D = YES (Enable Simple file names)
Set SF-125C = YES (User name & password handling)
5. Turn the power switch at the POS terminal off and on.
6. In SP-200, set the ECR machine number and IRC ID.
7. In SP-201, set the IP ADDRESS (192.168.1.201 to 192.168.1.232).
8. Exit from the program menu.
9. Turn the power switch at the POS terminal off and on.
10. In SP-112 Maximums, enter your complete memory allocation.
11. From the IRC Program Functions menu, select SP-8800 to initialize the IRC.
12. If Uninet communication is successful, MAC and IP addresses from SP-201 print at the
receipt printer.
If the IP addresses do not print, turn the power switch off and on and try SP-8800 again or
check all above steps again.
Note: The SP-8800 command differs from RS-485 IRC initialization in that it first
broadcasts a message asking for each IRC ID. Only terminals programmed with
that ID will respond. The IP addresses are then broadcast to the network.
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IRC Cables - Uninet (Ethernet)
Ethernet Switch
n-Port 10/100 Base-T Ethernet Switch for multiple POS terminals (up to 32).
Ethernet Switch is not necessary for one to one connection.
LAN Cable
Straight cable for a PC and multiple POS terminals (up to 32) via Ethernet Switch
Crossover cable for one-to-one connection. STP cable is recommended.
Uninet Hardware Environment
Protocol IRC protocol (UDP, not TCP/IP)
Communication Speed
10M bps (throughput is influenced by CPU speed, etc.)
POS terminal Memory
65536 bytes (64K bytes) for Uninet (Ethernet) communication buffer required
Ethernet Switch
n-Port 10/100 Base-T Ethernet Switch for more than three POS terminals (up to 32)
(not necessary when only two POS terminals are used.)
LAN Cable
Straight cable for more than three POS terminals via Ethernet Switch (up to 32 terminals) or crossover
cable for two POS terminals only. STP cable is recommended.
IRC - IRC Recommendations
IRC Location
To optimize the speed of IRC operations, it is recommended that no more than four terminals be
assigned to a given Location using SP-200 Identifiers (IRC Location).
Also, do not mix Restaurant SF-45D and Clerk Interrupt [SF-45.F] terminals within a location.
Maximums
It is essential that all POS terminals on the IRC network have the same SP-112 Maximums memory
allocation. All terminals must also have identical PLU and Clerk data. Complying with this
recommendation can help you avoid possible memory corruption caused when the source file sizes are
different than those of the target.
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PERIPHERALS - PRINTERS
Local Printers: RS-232C (max. 1 unit)
Slip: PC printer
Kitchen / Receipt: CBM-233/1000 TM-T88II/III/IV TM-U210
Remote Printers (max. 8 units)
Ethernet (UNINET) or RS-485
Kitchen / Receipt: TP-922/932, TM-T88III
IRC (RS-485) CHANNEL A
Slip: TP-620
Kitchen / Receipt:
TP-821/831 (max. 1 unit)
TP-822/832
CBM-233/1000 with Network Adapter NA-700
Local Slip Printer
Printer specification
PC printer can be installed as a slip printer with RS-232C (Serial)-Parallel Converter via one of RS232C Channels.
Printer
- with built-in character fonts
- with emulation = PCL3+
- Printer for exclusive use of raster graphics cannot be used.
- equivalent to Olivetti JP192, Hewlett-Packard Deskjet 895cxi
RS-232C-Parallel Converter
equivalent to ATEN SXP-320A (http://www.aten.com.tw)
Printer set-up
POS terminal fixed to send print data in 48 digits format.
Set communication settings to: 19200 bps, 8 bits, 2 stop, non-parity.
RS-232C Parallel converter set-up
Set communication settings to: 19200 bps, 8 bits, 2 stop, non parity
POS Terminal set-up
SF-102 H= YES
SF-46 H= YES
SF-46, 47, 102, 103
SF-90~94 D~A= NYYN
PC printer enabled
Slip printer enabled
Print format
Port selection
Set POS terminal to 19200 bps, 8 bits, 2 stop, non-parity.
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Cable connection
Connect the printer to one of the RS-232C Channels using an RS-232C cable with the following pinout:
Local Kitchen/Receipt Printer (RS-232C)
CBM-233/1000
TM-T88II/III/IV
TM-U210
Cable connection
Connect the printer to one of the RS-232C Channels using an RS-232C cable with the following pinout:
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Printer set-up
CBM-233/1000 TM-T88II/III TM-U210
Fixed to:
CBM/TM-T88 (19200 bps, 8 bit data, non-parity, 1 stop bit, time-out = 2 seconds)
TM-U210 (9600 bps, 8 bit data, non-parity, 1 stop bit, time-out = 20 seconds)
Kitchen Printer
SF-90~94 D~A=YYYY Local KP (non-shareable)
SF-119 Print width (CBM: 48 digits, TM: 40 digits), Printer selection
SF-41 Select which KP item prints on local KP.
Receipt Printer
SF-86 H=YES Local receipt fitted
SF-86 C,B,A Printer selection
SF-90~94 D~A=NNNY Local receipt printer
SF-60 G~E Print width (CBM: 48 digits, TM: 40 digits)
Logo for TM
40 character logo by SP-141 if SF-86E= YES or 24 character logo by SP-135 if SF-86E=NO.
Local Receipt Printer - TM-T88II/III/IV Settings
Serial Interface
Baud rate
:
Data bits
:
Parity
:
Stop bit
:
Handshaking :
Receive error :
19200 bps
8 bits
none
1 bit or more
DTR/DSR
prints '?'
Buffer Capacity
4K bytes
Handshaking Operation busy condition
Off-line or receive buffer full
Resident Character
Alphanumeric
Local Receipt Printer - CBM-233/1000 Settings
- with auto cutter
- cover open detector disabled
- paper auto loading enabled
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- input buffer (4K bytes)
- paper near end detector disabled
- remaining printable length = 0 cm
- "CR" operates "print" and "line feed"
- character set (all OFF)
- 8-bit data, non parity, DTR/DSR control
- 19200 bps
Local Receipt Printer - TM-U210 Settings
Check two dip switches are set to:
DSW1 all OFF
DSW2 OFF = 1, 3, 4, 6-8, ON = 2, 5
Number of Characters
40 characters (7x9 fonts)
Serial Interface
Baud rate
:
Data bits
:
Parity
:
Handshaking :
Receive error :
9600 bps
8 bits
none
DTR/DSR
prints '?'
Buffer Capacity
1K bytes
Handshaking Operation busy condition
Off-line or receive buffer full
Notes for Local KP
KP format
Local KP print format is virtually identical to the Remote KP format. KP items print in double-width
and can extend over two lines, if necessary.
Conventional KP print format is not the same as the Remote KP format. There is no centering, no
double-width character, etc. If you prefer conventional KP format for the receipt printer, select
System Flag SF-130 G Internal KP Format.
KP backup
You can select local KP as a backup for Remote KP. However, you can not select remote KP as a
backup for local KP.
KP redirect
You can not select local KP for KP redirection.
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Flags not available for Local KP print
Local Kitchen Printers do not support following flags:
SF-42 B
PLUs Print large characters
SF-65 E
Print prices on Local Kitchen Printer
Available flags for Local KP print
Local Kitchen Printers use the following flags for remote kitchen print:
SF-42
H
Kitchen Printers Do not Print Category
G
Print Voids at the Kitchen Printer
F
Print Refunds at the Kitchen Printer
SF-65
H-F
Extra Line Feeds for Kitchen Printer
B
Ext Kitchen Printer w/price
D
Ext Kitchen Printer w/manual price
SF-77
G
Kitchen Printer prints seat number
E
Kitchen Printer prints tickets
D
Non-add info header
C
Print Customer name in header
A
Print PLU separator bar
Ethernet - Remote Kitchen/Receipt Printer TP-922/932
Cable connection
Connect printer to UNINET (Ethernet) port of the POS terminal.
Cross LAN cable: between TP-9xx and POS terminal (UNINET), one-to-one
Straight LAN cable: between TP-9xx and Ethernet Switch
POS terminal set-up
SF-45 H,C= YY Uninet IRC (Uninet Setup)
SF-66 F Use programmed IP address
SF-146 TCP KP selection
SP-201 IP address, KP 1 base (KP TCP Port is fixed to 9004. You need not change the default)
Receipt Printer
SF-60 H= YES Remote receipt attached
SF-60 G~E= NNN 46 digits
SF-60 C~A Remote receipt ID
Kitchen Printer
SF-40 Printer ID
SF-149~156 G~E=NNN 46 digits
SF-42 KP control, print options
SF-43,44 Backup kitchen printer
SF-130 E~C Pre-feed lines on KP
SP-137 KP Names
SP-122 Set the PLUs to be sent to a specific KP.
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Ethernet - Remote Kitchen/Receipt Printer TM-T88III/IV
Cable connection
Connect printer to UNINET (Ethernet) port of POS terminal.
Cross LAN cable: between printer and POS terminal (UNINET), one-to-one
Straight LAN cable: between printer and Ethernet Switch
Printer set-up
Ethernet Interface
Buffer Capacity 4K bytes
Handshaking Operation busy condition: Off-line or receive buffer full
Resident Character: Alphanumeric
POS terminal set-up
SF-45 H,C= YY Uninet IRC
SF-60 G~E=YNN 40 digits
SF-66 F Use programmed IP address
SF-147 TCP KP selection
SF-149~156 C~A=NNY TM-T88
SP-201 IP address, KP 1 base, KP TCP port 9100
Receipt Printer
SF-60 H=YES Remote receipt attached, Remote receipt ID
SF-60 C~A Remote receipt ID
Kitchen Printer
SF-40 Kitchen Printer ID
SF-42 KP control, print options
SF-43,44 Backup kitchen printers
SF-130 E~C Pre-feed line on KP
SP-137 KP Names
SP-122 Set the PLUs to be sent to a specific KP.
IRC - Remote Slip Printer TP-620
Cable connection
Connect printer to Channel A of the POS terminal using a standard IRC cable.
These system flags must be set.
SF-45 H =YES IRC system
SF-45 B
Baud rate for IRC
SF-46 H =YES Slip printer fitted
SF-46 C~A
Slip printer number
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Set following system flags as required:
SF-46
Slip printer fitted, logo, skip lines
SF-47
Lines after logo and slip paper lines
SF-35.E
Prompt for slip if track
SF-64G,D,C Slip sorting, prints headers
SF-79 A
Slip prints date
POS terminal set-up
Fixed to 8 bits, 2 stop, even parity.
Printer specification
Remote Slip Printer TP-620 - Dip Switch Settings
1. Turn off the printer power switch.
2. Set SW1 according to settings below and SW2 for the slip printer ID number.
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3. Turn the power switch on to fix the settings.
Print the dip switch settings and perform a test print:
- Turn off the power switch. (Make sure power indicator is off).
- Set switch 1 of SW1 to ON.
- Insert paper.
- Turn the power on while pressing RELEASE switch.
The test printing will stop when the BOF sensor detects the bottom of the slip paper and a PP
message will be flashing on the 2 digit LED.
- Turn the power off to exit from the test printing mode.
IRC (RS-485) - Remote Kitchen/Receipt Printer TP-821/822/831/832
One-to- one comm. via RS-485:
Multiple comm. via RS-485:
TP-821 dot matrix TP-831 thermal (System Configuration)
TP-822 dot matrix TP-832 thermal
Cable connection
Connect printer to Channel A with an "RJ45 pin to 9 pin D-sub" cable.
POS Terminal set-up
Fixed to 8 bits, 2 stop, even parity.
SF-45 B IRC baud rate
Kitchen Printer
SF-40 Kitchen Printer ID
TP-821/831: Select KP 1 because TP-821/831's ID = 1. Also set SP-200 ECR IRC ID to 1.
SF-42 KP control, print options
SF-43,44 Back-up kitchen printers
SF-130 E~C Pre-feed line on Kitchen Printer
SP-137 KP Names
SP-122 Set PLU steering to a specific KP.
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Receipt Printer
SF-60 H=YES Remote receipt attached
SF-60 G~E=NNN Printer width (46 digits)
SF-60 C~A Remote receipt ID
TP-821/831: Select KP1 by SF-60 C,B,A=NNN because the TP-821 ID = 1. Also set ECR IRC ID to 1
by SP-200.
Graphic Logo
To print graphic logo, set SF-60 D= YES
Also set CBM-1000 for TP-932 (SF-86 C,B,A= NNN) before downloading the graphic logo data.
IRC (RS-485) - Remote Kitchen/Receipt Printer CBM-233/1000
One POS terminal can use one remote receipt printer.
Cable connection
Connect one printer to Network Adapter NA-710 (CH 1) or three printers to NA-730 (CH 1~3).
Then connect NA-710/NA-730 to Channel A using a standard IRC cable.
Printer set-up
- with auto cutter
- cover open detector disabled
- paper auto loading enabled
- input buffer (4K bytes)
- paper near end detector disabled
- remaining printable length = 0 cm
- "CR" operates "print" and "line feed"
- character set (all OFF)
- 8-bit data, even parity, DTR/DSR control (RS-232C for NA side)
- 9600 bps (RS-232C for NA side)
POS terminal set-up
Fixed to 8 bit, even parity, 1 stop bit for RS-485.
SF-45 B IRC baud rate
Kitchen Printer
SF-40 Kitchen Printer ID
SF-42 KP control, print options
SF-43,44 Back-up kitchen printers
SF-130 E~C Pre-feed lines
SP-137 KP Names
SP-122 Set the PLUs to be sent to a specific KP.
Receipt Printer
SF-60 H=YES Remote receipt attached
SF-60 G~E=YNY Printer width (48 digits)
SF-60 C~A Remote receipt ID
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IRC - Remote Kitchen/Receipt Printer TP-821/822/831/832
TP-821/822
1. All flag settings
2. Printer ID #1~16 (TP-822 only)
Press feed switch same number of times as printer ID number.
3. Set Baud rate (ON: 38400 bps / OFF: 19200 bps)
4. Print direction (ON: reverse / OFF: normal)
5. Ribbon (ON: Mono-ribbon IR-41-P / OFF: 2-color ribbon IR-41-RB)
6. Paper cut (ON: Partial cut / OFF: Full cut)
7. Auto cut by (ON: cut command / OFF: cut at text end)
8. Chinese character (ON: Chinese character 1425 Chinese + 128 standard characters)
OFF: Normal character 222 (128 standard + 94 addition) characters
TP-831/832
1. All flag settings
2. Printer ID #1~16 (TP-832 only)
Press feed switch same number of times as printer ID number.
3. Baud rate (ON: 38400 bps / OFF: 19200 bps)
4. Print direction (ON: reverse / OFF: normal)
5. Not used
6. Paper cut (ON: Partial cut / OFF: Full cut)
7. Auto cut by (ON: cut command / OFF: cut at text end)
8. Not used
9. Beeping (ON: Beeping in print / OFF: No beep in print)
Press the FEED switch same number of times as tone number mentioned.
Highest tone: 2; High tone: 3; Middle tone: 4. Low tone
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10. Beeping
ON: Beeping after paper cut (beeps two times)
OFF: No beep after paper cut
Ethernet - Remote Kitchen/Receipt Printer TP-922/932
Flags
1. All flag settings
2. Printer ID #1~16
Press feed switch same number of times as printer ID number.
3. Baud rate
ON: 100Base-TX/10Base-T Half Duplex Auto Negotiation
OFF: 10Base-T Half Duplex
4. Print direction (ON: reverse / OFF: normal)
5. (TP-922 only) Ribbon
ON: Mono-ribbon (IR-41-P) / OFF: 2-color ribbon (IR-41-RB)
6. Paper cut (ON: Partial cut / OFF: Full cut)
7. Auto cut by ( ON: cut command / OFF: cut at text end)
8. (TP-922 only) Chinese character
ON: Chinese character 1425 Chinese + 128 standard characters
OFF: Normal character 222 (128 standard + 94 addition) characters
9. (TP-932 only) Beeping
ON: Beeping in print
Press the FEED switch the same number of times as tone number mentioned.
1: Highest tone; 2: High tone; 3: Middle tone; 4 Low tone.
OFF: No beep in print
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10. TP-932 only Beeping
ON: Beeping after paper cut (beeps two times)
OFF: No beep after paper cut
11. IP address
ON: Original local IP address
OFF: Printer ID in local IP address (ID #1~16: 192.168.1.100~115)
12. Set default configuration data
ON: Set default configuration data
(Local IP 192.168.1.100, Subnet 24, Default gateway IP 0.0.0.0, Local port 9004, Foreign
port 9004)
OFF: Configuration data not changed
Common Causes of KP Errors
During a new installation
No paper in KP
KP not powered
Incorrect or damaged KP cable
Resistors missing from an RS-485 IRC cable
KP ID is incorrect - check dip switches
Connected to wrong port
PLU sent to wrong KP - check SP-122 PLUs
POS terminal interface board
NA-710/NA-730 not powered up
Incorrect dip switch settings on NA-710/NA-730/NA-700
Existing installation
KP disconnected or off
Printer out of paper
IRC cable to KP is damaged
Printer cable is damaged
POS terminal interface board is damaged
User has changed set-up
NA-710/NA-730 not powered up
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THIRD-PARTY PERIPHERALS
Modem
Use ITU-T standard modem.
Cable connection
PC
Cable connection
Connect the PC to Channel B at the POS terminal using an RS-232C cable with the following pin-out:
POS Terminal Set-up for PLM 2000
SF-90 D,C,B,A= NNNN PC
SF-31= NNNN NNNN Serial Baud Rate
SF-32= NNNN NYNN Serial Format
SF-33= NNNY NNNN Serial Control
Set to 38400 bps, 8 bit data, non-parity and 1 stop bit to match the PLM 2000 default setting.
Ethernet Cable connection
Straight LAN cable for a PC via Ethernet Switch
Crossover LAN cable for one-to-one connection
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Scanner
POS Terminal set-up
SF-90~94 D,C,B,A= NYNY Port selection
Fixed to Champtek SD1000 and Denso HC36II R: 9600 bps, 7 bit data, even-parity, 1 stop bit
(SD1000/HC36II R can be selected by SP-9996 Easy Setup only)
Others: 9600 bps, 8 bit data, non-parity, 1 stop bit
Device set-up
Set the followings by a preset bar code menu or by scanner dip switch
- Communication condition (baud rate, data length, stop bit, parity) to match POS terminal setting.
- RTS/CTS handshake
- Message RTS/CTS (not character RTS/CTS)
Scanner's data format should be:
[header: STX][code mark*][numeric data][trailer: 00~0Fh]
* code mark: any data (no data is not accepted.)
Cable connection
Connect to one of the RS-232C Channels using an RS-232C cable with the following pin-out:
Metrologics Cable
Generic Cable
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Scale
ICL Protocol (SF-90~94 G,F,E= NNY)
Data format: STX ID W5 W4 W3 W2 W1 BCC ETX (xx.xxx Kg/lb)
In cases where MSD or LSD is not required, a "NUL" character is received in the unused position.
Request Scale Data: ENQ
W Protocol (SF-90~94 G,F,E= NNN)
Data format (lb): STX 0 W4 W3 . W2 W1 CR (xx.xx lb)
Data format (Kg): STX W5 W4 . W3 W2 W1 CR (xx.xxx Kg)
Request Scale Data: "W"
Status Data: STX ? S CR
POS Terminal set-up
SF-110 Scale
PLU Flag 2D= YES Decimal quantity permitted
PLU Flag 6H= YES Scale item
SF-90~94 D~A= YNNN Port selection
Fixed to:
ICL Protocol: 2400 bps, 12-bit data (1 start, 8 bits, 1 parity, 2 stop), odd parity, timer=700ms
W Protocol: 9600 bps, 10-bit data (1 start, 7 bits, 1 parity, 1 stop), even parity, timer=200ms
SF-90~93 D~A= YNNN Port selection
SF-31, SF-32 Communication setting for CH B
SF-94, 96, 98 / SF-95, 97, 99 Communication setting for CH C~E
Cable connection
Connect the device to one of the RS-232C Channels using an RS-232C cable. Refer to cable
information of the scale.
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Journal Data Transfer (JDT)
POS Terminal set-up
SF-65 A= YES Journal data transfer
SF-90~94 D~A= NNYY Port selection
Fixed to 8 bit data, non-parity, 1 stop bit.
SF-90~94 G~E Baud rate
Device set-up
Set communication setting to match the POS terminal.
Cable connection
Note: The actual JDT cable pin-out depends upon the specifications of the third-party
output device you use.
ROP Device
In order to use this function, an option board is required:
POS Terminal set-up
SF-120 H= YES Enable Remote Operation
SF-90~94 D~A= NYYY] Port selection
Fixed to 8 bit data, non-parity, 1 stop bit.
SF-90~94 G~E= NNY Command method
SF-98, SF-99] Communication settings for ROP
Device set-up
Set communication setting to match the POS terminal.
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EFT Terminal (Cashless Device)
Cable connection
POS Terminal Set-up for EFT
SF-67 E~A POS Terminal ID for Master
SF-68 G=YES Link to EFT
SF-90~94 D~A=NNYN Port selection
SF-90~94 G,F,E EFT terminal selection
Media Fag 3 F,E= YY Media 16: Card swipe used, Card to be authorized
Related flags for card number
Norway EFT
Fixed to 9600 bps, 8 bit data, even parity, 1 stop bit.
Media 16: NORWAY EFT
C-ZAM EFT terminal for Chip Card (http://www.quality-equipment.nl)
Fixed to: 9600 bps, 8 bit data, non-parity, 1 stop bit.
Media 16: C-ZAM/C or C-ZAM/ SMASH
Infineer Smart Card Terminal
Ingenico EFT terminal (http://www.ingenico.com)
Fixed to: 1200 bps, 7 bit data, even parity, 1 stop bit for DX/TX.
Media 16: INGENICO
SMART terminal
Fixed to: 9600 bps, 8 bit data, non-parity, 1 stop bit.
Media 16: SMART
DataTran
Fixed to 1200 bps, 8 bit data, non-parity, 2 stop bit.
Media 16: DATATRAN
DataTran Canada Debit
Fixed to 2400 bps, 8 bit data, non-parity, 2 stop bit.
Media 16: DatatranCNDdebit
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Infineer Smart Card Terminal
POS terminal set-up
Fixed to 9600 bps, 8 bit data, non-parity, 1 stop bit.
SF-90~94 D~A= NYNN Port selection
SP-124 Media
Media 17 - DEPT CASH key: for payment by Department Cash
Set Media Flag 2B and Media Flag 3F,E to YES. Set Media Flag 2H to YES, as required.
Media 18 - INFINEER key: for payment by Personal Cash
Set Media Flag 2B and Media Flag 3F,E to YES. Set Media Flag 2H to YES, as required.
(When Media Flag 2H is set to YES for ADD TO CARD, do not set to YES for Infineer.)
Media 19 - ADD TO CARD key: used to add value into Personal Cash of smart card
Set Media Flag 2B to YES. Set Media Flag 2H to YES, as required.
Setting for Smart Card with Discount
Set the Discount % (i.e. 5%, 10%) on the smart card, not on the POS terminal; set %3 polarity (+ or -)
and description (DISCOUNT) for receipts/reports at the POS terminal. (The POS terminal memory is
used to accumulate the Discount amount of the smart card.
SF-30 - Percentage 3
H - NEGATIVE (YES or NO)
G - ONLY ALLOWED ONCE (YES)
F - MANUAL ENTRY (YES)
Device set-up
Ensure that communication settings match the POS terminal.
Fixed to: 9600 bps, 8 bit data, non-parity, 1 stop bit.
The set-up of this unit is the responsibility of Infineer. Contact Infineer if experience problems or have
queries.
Cable connection
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Coin Dispenser (RS-232C Interface)
Use the following guidelines to set up your Telequip T-Flex Coin Dispenser.
Telequip T-Flex Cable Pin-out
To T-Flex Coin
Dispenser
To POS terminal
2
TXD
6
RXD
3
RXD
5
TXD
4
RTS
7
GND
5
CTS
7
GND
8
9
DCD
DTR
9-pin male
D-sub connector
RJ-45 8 pin
Coin Limitation Program
You can set a coin limit, with a 64,000 maximum, in X position. If set to 0, coin can be dispensed without limit.
Note that when you press the ENTER key, the limit immediately relays to the Coin Dispenser.
DECLARE
CASH
REPORT
FUNCS
PROGRAM IRC PROG
FUNCS
FUNCS
CLERK
TRK TRN
DISPENS
BELOW
1. X position
2. DISPENSE BELOW
3. (0 ~ 64000) ENTER
Coin Dispenser Programs
System Functions Flags
SP-113 System Function Flags
SF-90
SF-91
SF-92
SF-93
SF-94
CHANNEL B DEVICE
CHANNEL C DEVICE
CHANNEL D DEVICE
CHANNEL E DEVICE
CHANNEL F DEVICE
Options
D~A - SERIAL PORT USED FOR
YNYN= Coin Dispenser
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SF-95 SERIAL FORMAT
COIN DISPENSER
SF-96 SERIAL CONTROL
COIN DISPENSER
SF-197 COIN DISPENSER
H
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
YES = ODD PARITY
NO = Even
YES = 8 Bits per character
NO = 7 bits
YES = Parity Enabled
NO = Non parity
YES = 2 Stop Bits
NO = 1 stop bit
Not used
C,B,A - BAUD RATE
NNN = 38400 bps NNY = 19200 bps NYN = 9600 bps
NYY = 4800 bps YNN = 2400 bps YNY = 1200 bps
H
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
TIME-OUT (12.8 seconds)
TIME-OUT (6.4 seconds)
TIME-OUT (3.2 seconds)
TIME-OUT (1.6 seconds)
TIME-OUT (0.8 seconds)
TIME-OUT (0.4 seconds)
TIME-OUT (0.2 seconds)
TIME-OUT (0.1 seconds)
H - DISPENSE COINS BY ROP DEVICE
YES = Coin dispenser works for orders closed by ROP device.
NO = Do not enable Coin dispenser for ROP device.
G~E - Not used.
D~A - CANISTER TYPE
NNNN
NNNY
NNYN
NNYY
NYNN
NYNY
NYYN
NYYY
YNNN
YNNY
YNYN
YNYY
YYNN
YYNY
Turkey 3L
USA standard
Canada
Dollar USA
England
Australia
Japan
Netherlands
Euro
Mexico
New Zealand
Poland
South Korea
Custom
A = 100-1-100-10-25-50-5-100
B = 25-10-1-1-1-5-10-25
C = 100-1-25-5-10-25-1-200
D = 100-1-25-5-10-25-1-100
E = 200-5-2-20-100-10-1-50
F = 20-200-10-10-5-100-200-20
G = 500-1-100-5-50-100-1-10
H = 250-25-500-25-100-10-5-100
I = 200-1-20-5-10-100-2-50
J = 500-20-50-100-100-200-10-1000
K = 20-5-10-100-100-10-5-20
L = 500-10-100-50-5-200-1-100
M = 500-50-100-10-10-100-10-100
SP = 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8
Warning Messages
SP-131 Warning Message (max. 16 characters)
#
Text programmed by SP-9999
170
C-DSP COMMS FAIL
171
LOW COIN
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Order Confirmation Display (RS-232C Interface)
Use the following guidelines to set up your Order Confirmation Display (OCD). Drive-Thru orders
relay from the POS terminals (both Order-Taker and Cashier Station) to the outside OCD to help
customers verify their orders.
Ethernet Switch
AccuVIEW
Autoswitch
RS232C
Texas Digital
Order Confirmation
Display (OCD)
http://www.txdigital.com/products/ocd.php
Order-Taker
(MASTER)
Set ID by SF-196
Cashier Station with
Receipt Printer
Set ID by SF-196
AccuView Autoswitch Cable Pin-out
To AccuVIEW
To POS terminal
2
RXD
2
TXD
3
TXD
3
RXD
4
CTS
4
RTS
5
RTS
5
CTS
7
GND
7
GND
20
DTR
8
DCD
8
DSR
9
DTR
25-way male
D-sub connector
9-way male
D-sub connector
OCD Programs
System Function Flags
SP-113 System Function Flags
SF-90
SF-91
SF-92
SF-93
SF-94
CHANNEL B DEVICE
CHANNEL C DEVICE
CHANNEL D DEVICE
CHANNEL E DEVICE
CHANNEL F DEVICE
Options
D~A - SERIAL PORT USED FOR
YNYY= Order Confirmation Display
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SF-166 SERIAL FORMAT
OCD
H
G
F
E
D
C
B
A
YES= ODD PARITY
NO = Even
YES= 8 Bits per character
NO = 7 bits
YES= Parity Enabled
NO = Non parity
YES= 2 Stop Bits
NO = 1 stop bit
Not used
BAUD RATE (C~A)
NNN = 38400 bps NNY = 19200 bps NYN = 9600 bps
NYY = 4800 bps YNN = 2400 bps YNY = 1200 bps
SF-167 SERIAL CONTROL H TIME-OUT (12.8 seconds)
OCD
G TIME-OUT (6.4 seconds)
F TIME-OUT (3.2 seconds)
E TIME-OUT (1.6 seconds)
D TIME-OUT (0.8 seconds)
C TIME-OUT (0.4 seconds)
B TIME-OUT (0.2 seconds)
A TIME-OUT (0.1 seconds)
SF-195 ORDER
CONFIRMATION DISPLAY
H: YES= ENABLE ORDER CONFIRMATION DISPLAY
(Set this flag at all POS terminals that use the OCD.
G: YES= Send non-add info to the OCD.
F: YES= Send Cooking Instructions to the OCD.
D~A:
Not used.
SF-196 POS Terminal ID for
OCD Master
(Set at all terminals using the OCD):
E~A:
NNNNN = ID 1
NNNNY = ID 2
NNNYN = ID 3
NNNYY = ID 4
NNYNN = ID 5
NNYNY = ID 6
NNYYN = ID 7
NNYYY = ID 8
NYNNN = ID 9
NYNNY = ID 10
NYNYN = ID 11
NYNYY = ID 12
NYYNN = ID 13
NYYNY = ID 14
NYYYN = ID 15
NYYYY = ID 16
YNNNN = ID 17
YNNNY = ID 18
YNNYN = ID 19
YNNYY = ID 20
YNYNN = ID 21
YNYNY = ID 22
YNYYN = ID 23
YNYYY = ID 24
YYNNN = ID 25
YYNNY = ID 26
YYNYN = ID 27
YYNYY = ID 28
YYYNN = ID 29
YYYNY = ID 30
YYYYN = ID 31
YYYYY = ID 32
Touch Screen Layout
SP-850 Touch Screen Layout
Remarks
This key toggles OCD display ON and OFF.
When OCD display OFF is selected, PLU data
does not relay to the OCD.
OCD DISPLAY OFF
Note: The OCD status displays on the status line at the bottom of the POS terminal screen.
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Control Lock
Date, Time
CLERK 001
Drink Menu
Clerk Name
Menu Level
Std Prices
LARGE
Price Level Code Modifier
OCD DP ON RECEIPT IS ON
OCD On/Off
Receipt On/Off
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User Text Messages
SP-130 User Text (max. 10 characters)
#
Text programmed by SP-9999
173
OCD DP ON
174
OCD DP OFF
Warning Messages
SP-131 Warning Message (max. 16 characters)
#
Text programmed by SP-9999
172
OCD COMMS FAIL
173
OCD BUFFER FULL
174
OCD BUSY
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PLM2000 OVERVIEW
Before you begin setting up the PLM2000, you should print and read the online help manual, which
details the procedures to use. The following is a quick reference for the procedure.
Set Communications Port
After you launch PLM2000, go to Network and select Comm Port Setting. Set the following:
Comm Port:
Baud rate:
Data Length:
Parity:
Stop Bits:
Note:
1-8
38400
8 bits
None
1
In the Windows Control Panel, make sure that the Com Port baud rate setting is
higher than that of the PLM2000. The data bits, parity, and stop bits must be the
same as PLM2000. Also set the flow control to Hardware.
When you finish, click OK to exit.
Perform Communications Status
Your next step is to perform a status check from the PLM2000 to the POS terminal. Go to
Communication and select ECR Date & Time Set. The POS terminal displays a “--ser--“ message,
and you will hear a beep when communication is established.
Load Default Program
After the status check, click on Communication and select Get ECR Preset Data. Identify the model
of the POS terminal and click OK. Name the file to collect from the POS terminal and click Save.
Edit Programs
After you load the default program, click File and click Open to retrieve the program upload. You can
now edit the program, as needed. To do this, click Edit and select the file to edit or double click the
file on the directory tree.
Download to the POS Terminal
If you want to send program information to the POS terminal, click Communication. Select Send
ECR Preset Data and click All. You are then prompted to select the program to download. You can
also send portions of the program by selecting Send ECR Preset Data and clicking Customize.
From any edit screen, you also have the option to send updated program information by clicking the
Send button.
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