Manuale PROGRAMMAZIONE G
1.
BEFORE OPERATING THE REGISTER
1-1 General Precautions
-
The shock of impact can damage the register, Install the register on a stable and level
place.
Do not move the register with the power ON.
Be careful not to spill liquids on the register, or drop metallic objects such as paper clips
into it.
To clean the register, wipe it with a soft, dry cloth, Do not use solvents such as
thinner, alcohol or benzene.
If you leave the register unused for a long time, unplug the power cord.
1-2 Choosing a Location for the Register
Avoid locations where the register would be exposed to:
excessive dust
vibration
high humidity
extremely high or low temperature
rapid changes in temperature direct sunlight
direct heat from a heating appliance
CAUTION : Do not use this cash register outdoors in the rain or near any source of
liquid
If the register is used near a radio or television set, it may interfere with reception. If
this problem occurs, try reorienting the register or the TV/radio antenna, or move the
register away from the set.
1-3 Power
The register rated at 220V runs on standard power from wall outlet.
Do not connect the register to the same outlet as a heavy-duty appliance that
generates electrical noise, such as refrigerator or air conditioner.
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1-4 Parts of the Register
Before installing the register, start by familiarizing yourself with its parts.
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1-5 Switch and Keyboard
Mode switch
The position of the mode switch key (supplied with the register) controls what type of
operations you can perform on the register.
PRG: This is the position used for programming.
OFF: In this position, the display is cleared and no operations
are possible.
The power is not turned off in this position.
REG: This is the position used for transaction entry with receipt
(or journal) printing.
X:
Z:
This position permits to produce reports of daily sales
without resetting the totals.
This position permits to produce reports of daily sales
with resetting the totals.
Keyboard
CL
X
Time
ST
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Function of each key is described below:
CL
X/Time
Clears the display after error conditions.
When preceded and followed by the numeric keys, it indicates the multiplication.
When indexed alone, outside of a sale, it starts the time or the date display.
Rept
On/Off
Used to issue receipt or non issue.
Advances the receipt roll paper through the printer.
CK
Used to finalize a payment by check.
CH
Used to finalize a charge transaction.
ST
Used to display the subtotal including tax.
AT/TL
When preceded by numerics, used to declare the amount of payment, finalize
the sale, and compute change.
When indexed without numerics, causes the sale to be finalized.
Dept.
/ SF
Used to shift a second department.
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D1
D6
/7
/12
These are the department keys to record sales of merchandise.
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These keys enter numerics.
0
PLU
PLU is the setting item coded with number. A PLU usually associated with a
preset price. This key retrieves the preset price from the PLU table in the
register memory and records the item. Open PLU is available too.
CLK
/CAL
Used to enter Clerk ID or convert to the function of calculator.
P/O
Used to enter a paid-out transaction.
R/A
Used to enter a received-on-account transaction.
#/NS
When preceded by numerics, this key prints the numerics as an identification
number. When indexed without preceding numerics outside of a sale, this key
performs the non-sale function and makes the cash drawer open.
(-)
Used to do refund of minus function
VD
Used to remove an item entered earlier in the sale.
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1-6
Display
Display Items:
The display indicates the following items:
Department:
The first digit indicates the department number for each entry.
Repeat/Minus sign: The second digit indicates how many times the department key has
been repeatedly pressed, or indicates minus (-) sign if amount is
negative.
Amount:
The remainder of the display indicates the entry amount.
Symbols
Special symbols appear in the left-most position on the display.
<Total>
NOTE:
<Subtotal>
<Change>
<Error>
If the customer display (factory option) is installed to the register, it displays
the same contents as the operator’s display on the register.
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2.
SETTING UP THE REGISTER
In order for your register to operate properly, you should do the following register setup
procedure for the first time.
STEP 1: Initialize the register.
STEP 2: Insert batteries.
STEP 3: Load the paper roll.
STEP 4: Set the date and time.
STEP 5: Program the tax.
STEP 6: Program other items if necessary.
See each section that follows for details.
2-2 Initializing the Register
Remove the register from the packing carton.
Insert the plug into the AC wall outlet without inserting batteries.
Turn the key to the Z position.
The display should now show “0.00”.
Press the X/TM key to confirm that the clock starts from 12:00(or 00:00).
Your register is now reset and ready to be initialized.
NOTE:
IF the situation described above does not occur, disconnect the AC plug and
insert the plug again.
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2-2
Inserting (or Replacing) Batteries
During cash register operations, all transaction data for the management report is
stored in the register’s memory. The memory back-up system keeps this information stored
in memory when the AC cord is accidentally disconnected or in case of power failure.
The memory is protected by three standard [AA] (or [SUM-3] or [R6]) batteries. Since
this register does not come with batteries, you must purchase three commercial batteries
separately.
CAUTIONS:
- You must install the batteries before you operate the register.
- Replace the batteries with new ones at least once every year, since
this register does not detect when the batteries are low.
- If you replace the batteries with the AC cord disconnected, the
register will be reset automatically, and all data (totals and programs)
will be lost.
Be sure that the AC cord is plugged into the AC outlet.
Remove the printer cover.
If you are replacing the batteries, remove the receipt and journal paper roll.
Push the battery compartment cover backward to detach it.
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Insert the batteries into the battery compartment. Before the insertion, see the
cautions below.
Replace the battery compartment cover.
CAUTIONS:
- Do not insert the batteries into the register with their plus (+) and
minus (-) ends facing the wrong direction.
- Do not allow batteries to become short circuited.
- Do not mix used and new batteries. Replace all batteries at the same
time.
- Make sure that all batteries are the same type. Do not mix battery
types.
- Do not leave discharged batteries in the register. Such batteries can
leak and cause serious damage to the register.
- Do not dispose of batteries in a fire as they may explode.
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2-3 Loading (or Replacing) the Paper Roll
CAUTION :
-Use roll paper of 2-1/4 inches (57 mm) width.
-Use quality paper.
To Load the Receipt Paper
Remove the printer cover.
Ensuring that the paper is being fed from the bottom of the roll, push the paper roll
release lever in the arrow direction. The paper roll is held in place between two
spindles. Install the paper roll gently between the spindles so that they fit into the
center hubs of the roll.
Insert the paper straight into the paper inlet and press the ^ (Paper-feed) key until 8
or 12 inches (20 or 30 cm) of paper is fed from the printer.
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Replace the printer cover onto the register, as you pass the leading end of the paper
through the cutter slot of the cover.
Tear off the excess paper.
To Load the Journal Paper
Follow steps <1> through <3> in the procedure for loading receipt paper.
Insert the leading end of the paper into the slit of the take-up spool and roll the paper
a few turns.
Place the take-up spool on the bearing.
Replace the printer cover onto the register.
To Remove the Journal Paper from the Take-up Spool
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3.
SPECIFICATIONS
3-1 MEMORY CAPACITY
Plu
Department
Percentage %
Received on Account
Paid Out
Cash Total
Void
VAT/TAX
Return Merchandise
Refund
Clerk
NRGT
Consecutive number
AMOUNT TOTALIZER
RANGE
QTY
---------12
1
1
Min. -2147483648
1
1
Max.+2147483648
1
1
1
1
Min.- 549755813888 3
Max.+549755813888 1
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QUANTITY COUNTER
RANGE
QTY
99
12
Min. -32768
1
1
Max. +32768
1
1
--------------1
1
Min. - 32768
1
Max. +32768
1
4
1
Memory Balance
All department (TL1)= DEPT 1 + DEPT 2 + ... + DEPT 12.
Net sales (TL2)
= TL1 + TX1 total +TX2 total + TX3 total – MINUS total
- Percent total
Gross sales
= Net sales + MINUS total + Percent total + Refund total
+ VOID total
Ending grand total = Net sales + Previous grand total
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3-2 INDEXING CAPACITY
Amount
Preset price
Quantity
% rate
VAT rate
TAX rate
Time
Date
Clerk code
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
8
6
2
4
6
6
4
8
4
digits (department, PLU max.7digits)
digits
digits
digits
digits
digits
digits (HH:MM)
digits (MM-DD-YYYY)
digits (3 digits secret code + 1 digit ID code)
3-3 DISPLAY
Dept
Type
Size
Capacity
Rpt
Amount
: 8 – segment LED yellow display.
: 10.00 (H) x 4.00 (W) mm
: 10 digits
Amount
- 7 digits for input and 8 digits for display
Department
- 1 digit
Repeat
- 1 digit
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3-4 PRINTER
SPECIFICATIONS
Model
Printing capacity
Printing speed
Roll paper width
: EPSON M42V(01)
: 19 columns
: 2.2 Lines/second ( 7 columns )
0.9 Lines/second (19 columns )
: 57.5+/-0.5mm
3-5 POWER SUPPLY
AC
220V±10%
50/60Hz
3-6 POWER CONSUMPTION
15 W ( Standby ), 30 W ( Operating )
3-7 OPERATING TEMPERATURE
0°C
to
40°C ( 32°F
to 104°F)
3-8 DIMENSIONS
12-51/64 (W) x 16-47/64 (D) x 9-5/64 (H) inches
(325 x 425 x 230.5 mm)
3-9 WEIGHT
13 lbs
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4.
PROGRAMMING
4-1. Time setting
[X] mode – (ABCD) – [X/TIME] – [#/NS]
AB: Hour (00 — 23).
CD: Minute(00 — 59).
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Set the switch to [X] position.
Enter the hour(00 – 23).
Enter the minute(00 – 59).
Press the [X/TIME] key.
Time programming ends on the [#/NS] key
Example: To set the time to 13:30.
[X] mode – (1330) – [X/TIME] – [#/NS]
•1•
12-08-1999
13-30 0002
4-2. Date setting
[X ] mode – (ABCDEFGH) – [X/TIME] – [#/NS]
AB: Month (01-- 12).
CD: Day(01 — 31).
EFGH: Year(0000 — 9999).
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Set the switch to [X] position.
Enter the month(01 – 12).
Enter the day(01 – 31).
Enter the year(0000 – 1999).
Press the [X/TIME] key.
Date programming ends on the [#/NS] key.
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Example: To set the date to 08 December ,1999.
[X] mode – (12081999) – [X/TIME] – [#/NS]
•1•
12-08-1999
13-33 0003
4-3. Consecutive No. Programming
[P] mode – (ABCD) – [CHECK] – [#/NS]
ABCD: 4 digits consecutive number.
1)
2)
3)
4)
Set the switch to [P] position.
Enter the consecutive number(0000 – 9999).
Press the [CHECK] key.
Consecutive no. programming ends on the [#/NS] key.
Example: To set the consecutive number to 1000.
[P] mode – (1000) – [CHECK] – [#/NS]
•1•
12-08-1999
13-34 1000
4-3. Clerk Code Programming
[P] mode -- (ABCD) -- [CLK/cal] -- [#/NS]
ABC : secret Code (000-999)
D
: Clerk ID (1-3)
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4-4. Department key Programming
[PRG] mode – (ABC) - [CHARGE] – (DEFGHI) – [DEPT. key] – [#/NS]
A: Single item status(0=no,1=yes).
B: TAX/VAT status(0 to 7).
C: High digit lockout limit(HDLO)(0 to 7).
DEFGHI: unit price(6 digits).
B
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
Code no.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Taxable 3
no
no
no
no
yes
yes
yes
yes
Taxable 2
no
no
yes
yes
no
no
yes
yes
Taxable 1
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
Set the switch to [P] position.
Enter the single item status (0 or 1).
Enter the VAT or TAX status.
Enter high digit lockout limit (0 – 7).
Press the [CHARGE] key.
Enter the unit price by a max 6 digit number.
Press the department key to be programmed.
Repeat the steps 2) to 7) .
Department key programming ends on the [#/NS] key.
Example: programming single, taxable 1 and taxable 2 and taxable 3, HDLO 7, unit
price 2.34 on department 3.
[P] mode – (177) – [CHARGE] - (000234) – [Dep.3] – [#/NS]
•1•
12-08-1999
3
177
2.34 @
13-35 1001
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4-5. PLU Programming
[P] mode – (AB) – [PLU] – (CDEFGH) – [Dept.key] – [#/NS]
AB: PLU number. (01-99)
CDEFGH: 6 digits unit price.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Set the switch to [P] position.
Enter the PLU number by 2 digits.
Press the PLU key.
Enter the unit price by max 6 digits.
Press the department key to be linked.
PLU programming ends on the [#/NS] key.
Example: Programming a unit price of $2.40 on PLU 8 and the linked department
is 9.
[P] mode – (08) – [PLU] – (000240) – [DEP shift] - [3/9] – [#/NS]
•1•
12-08-1999
9
08*
2.40 @
13-37
1003
4-6. Terminal status 1 programming
[P] mode – (ABCD) – [PO] – [#/NS]
1.
2.
3.
B
Set the switch to [P] position.
A: Date Fomat 1: DD/MM/YY 2 : MM/DD/YY 3 : YY/MM/DD
B: Enter taxable/non taxable and the VAT/TAX version (1 - 3).
Code No.
1
2
3
Taxable
no
yes
yes
VAT/TAX
no
TAX
VAT
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4.
Code no.
0
1
2
3
5.
Code no.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
6.
7.
C: Enter printing of the time and printing of the consecutive number .
Printing of the time
Printing of the
consecutive no.
yes
no
yes
no
yes
yes
no
no
D: Enter printing of taxable 1 and taxable 2 and taxable 3
Taxable 1
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
no
no
no
Taxable 2
yes
yes
no
no
yes
yes
no
no
Taxable 3
yes
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
no
Press the [PO] key.
Terminal status 1 programming end on the [#/NS] key.
Example: Programming Date Fomat MM/DD/YY,TAX version, printing of the time,
printing of the consecutive number, printing the taxable 1, 2 and 3.
[P] mode – (2200) – [PO] – [#/NS]
•1•
12-08-1999
2200PO
13-36
1004
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4-7. Terminal status 2 programming
[P] mode – (ABC) – [RA] – [#/NS]
1.
2.
Set the switch to [P] position.
A: Enter the position of decimal point .
Code no. The position of decimal point
0
no decimal point
1
1st position
2
2nd position
3
3rd position
3.
4.
5.
6.
B: Enter Zero Skip on Report, clear receipt serial number at z report, receipt/
journal print.
Code no.
Printing
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
no
no
no
Clear SN at
z report
yes
yes
no
no
yes
yes
no
no
Printing receipt
or journal
receipt
journal
receipt
journal
receipt
journal
receipt
journal
C: Enter Date Print/non-print and AMT tend compulsory and printing subtotal
by SUB total key.
Code no.
Print Date
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
no
no
no
Tender
compulsory
no
no
yes
yes
no
no
yes
yes
printing subtotal by
SUB total
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
no
yes
Press the [RA] key.
Terminal status 2 programming ends on the [#/NS] key.
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Example: programming 2nd position decimal point, Zero skip on Report, don’t clear
receipt serial number after z report, print receipt, print Date, AMT tend
compulsory and printing subtotal by subtotal.
[P] mode – (226) – [RA] – [#/NS]
•1•
12-08-1999
226RA
13-37
1005
4-8. TAX/VAT programming
[P] mode – (AB) – [X/TIME] – (CDEF) – [Subtotal] – (GHIJKL) –
[Subtotal] – [#/NS]
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
Set the switch to [P] position.
A: Enter the tax number(1 – 3).
B: Enter the rounding factor (0 = rounding, 5 = round off, 9 = round up).
Press the [X/TIME] key.
CDEF: Enter tax-free amount (4 digits).
Press the [Subtotal] key.
GHIJKL: Enter tax rate ( 6 digits).
Press the [Subtotal] key.
Tax rate programming ends on the [#/NS] key.
Example: programming 12.34 tax free amount, rounding, 10%,on tax 1.
[P] mode – (10) – [X/TIME] – (1234) – [Subtotal] – (100000) –
[Subtotal] – [#/NS]
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•1•
12-09-1998
TX 1
0
12.34
10.0000%
13-38
1006
4-9. % key programming
[P] mode – (ABCD) – [%] – [#/NS]
1)
2)
3)
4)
Set the switch to “P” position.
Enter the 4-digit percent rate (00.00% - 99.99%).
Press the [%] key.
% key programming ends on the [#/NS] key.
Example: programming 10.00%.
[P] mode – (1000) – [%] – [#/NS]
•1•
12-09-1998
10.00%
13-39
1007
4-10.Euro Programming
[P] -- AB – ( - ) – XXXXXXXX -- ( - ) -- #/NS
A:
0= Non-Print Euro
1= Print Euro
B:
Decimal point for Euro
XX...XX : 8 digits for Euro Rate, no need to input decimal point.
4-11.Programming reports
[P] mode – ( 1 ) – [AMT Tend]
1)
Set the switch to [P] position.
2)
Press the numeric key (1).
3)
Press the [AMT Tend] key.
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5.
OPERATION
The example in this section shows how to complete different type of transactions.
Sample receipts are included that reflect the program examples used in setting THE
REGISTER PROGRAMS.
5-1 SAMPLE RECEIPT
The following sample shows where general transaction information is printed on a
receipt .
·1·
11-26-1998
1
1.00
1.06
0.06
5.00
3.94
17-40 0002
TX 1
ST
TX 1
CA
CG
Clerk Number
Date
Taxable Department
Tax
Cash
Change
Serial Number
Time
5-2 TRANSACTION SYMBOLS
The following symbols appear on the paper tape. They are printed to the right of
entries to identify various totals and transaction operations. Some of these symbols also
appear on the management report. They include:
CA
CH
CA
ST
—Cash Transaction Total
—Charge Transaction Total
—Amount Tendered
—Subtotal, Excluding Tax
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CG
TX 1
TX 2
TX 3
TX
%
X
@
VD
RF
#
NS
—Change
—Taxable By Tax Rate 1
—Taxable By Tax Rate 2
—Taxable By Tax Rate 3
—Prints When a Department Is Taxable By More Than One Tax Rate
—Percent Discount Applied To An Item Or Sale
—Coupon / Discount / Refund Or Void
—Quantity Being Multiplied
—Item Price Being Multiplied
—Voided Previous Entry
—Refund Or Return ( Management Report Only)
—Identification Number
—No Sale Receipt
5-3 CLERK CODE REGISTRATION
1.
2.
3.
Set the control switch to [REG] position.
Enter a clerk code number (1 to 3).
Press the [CLK/CAL] key.
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11-26-1998
·17–20 ·2 · *
17–20 0000
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STANDARD TRANSACTIONS
REMINDER: If Clerk Numbers are programmed, be sure to type the clerk number and
press the [CLERK] key before ringing up a sale in the [REG] position.
In these examples, the clerk no.1 appears as .1. at the top of each receipt.
5-4 Registering a Single Item Sale and Tendering Change
NOTE: The digits for the amount of the entry can be programmed.
Example:
Register a $1.00 item in Department 1 (programmed at 5.5%fixed
tax rate). Subtotal transaction and compute change for $5.00.
1.
[100]+[DEPARTMENT 1]
2.
[SUBTOTAL]
3.
[500]+[Amt Tend/Total]
·1 ·
11-26 -1998
1
1.00
1.06
0.06
5.00
3.94
17- 40
TX 1
ST
TX 1
CG
5-5 Registering a Sale to Multiple Items
NOTE: Up to two digits can be used for the quantity multiplied.
Example:
Multiply two items times $1.50 to Department 1.
1.
[2]+[QTY/TIME]+[150]+[DEPARTMENT 1]
2.
[SUBTOTAL]
3.
[Amt Tend/TOTAL]
·1 ·
11-26-1998
2
1
1.50
3.00
3.17
0.17
3.17
17-42 0003
25
x
TX 1
TX 1
ST
TX 1
CA
5-6 Registering a Charge Transaction
NOTE: Charge transaction are counted and registered to the charge total in the financial
report.
Example:
Register a $2.50 item to Department 1 and a $3.00 item to
Department 2 as a charge transaction.
1.
[250]+[DEPARTMENT 1]
2.
[200]+[DEPARTMENT 2]
3.
[CHARGE]
·1 ·
11-26-1998
1
2.50 TX 1
1
2.00
0.14 TX 1
4.64 CH
17-44 0004
5-7 Using split tendering
Example:
Register a $10.00 item and a $15.00 item to Department 2; Split
the total between $20.00 cash and $5.00 charge.
1.
[1000]+[DEPARTMENT 2]
2.
[1500]+[DEPARTMENT 2]
3.
[SUBTOTAL]
4.
[2000]+[Amt Tend/TOTAL]+[CHARGE]
·1 ·
11-26-1998
2
10.00
2
15.00
25.00 ST
20.00 CA
5.00 CH
17-47 0005
5-8 MINUS ( - ) KEY TRANSTRACTIONS
Registering a [ - ] Reduction:
NOTE: Up to 7 digits can be used for the amount of the reduction.
Example: Register a 10¢ reduction (coupon) on a $2.00 item to Department2.
1.
[200]+[DEPARTMENT 2]
2.
[10]+[-]
3.
[Amt Tend/TOTAL]
·1 ·
11-26-1998
2
2.00
-0.10
1.90 CA
17-50 0006
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5-9 PERCENT DISCOUNT ( % ) TRANSACTIONS
5-9-1 Discounting [ % ] Individual Items
NOTE: Up to four digits can be used for the discount percentage ( 0 — 99.99 % ). You
MUST enter two digits after the decimal position.
Example:
Register a 10% discount to a transaction.
1.
[100]+[DEPARTMENT 1]
2.
[1000]+[%1]
3.
[SUBTOTAL]
1.
[Amt Tend/TOTAL]
·1 ·
11-26-1998
1
1.00 TX 1
10.00 % 1
-0.10 0.95 ST
0.05 TX 1
0.95 CA
17-52 0007
5-9-2 Using a Preset Discount ( %2 ) On The Total Sale:
Example:
Register the preset percent discount ( 5 % ) to an entire
transaction.
1.
[100]+[DEPARTMENT 1]
2.
[200]+[DEPARTMENT 1]
3.
[SUBTOTAL]
4.
[%2]
5.
[Amt Tend/TOTAL]
·1 ·
11-26-1998
1
1.00
1
2.00
3.16
5.00
-0.15
0.16
3.01
17-54 0008
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TX 1
TX 1
ST
% 2
TX 1
CA
5-9-3 Using a Preset Discount ( –% ) On Individual Item:
Example:
Register the preset percent discount ( 5 % ) on a $3.00 item
Department 2.
1.
[300]+[DEPARTMENT 2]
2.
[%1]
3.
[Amt Tend/TOTAL]
·1 ·
11-26-1998
2
3.00
5.00 % 1
-0.15 2.85 CA
17-56 0009
5-9-4 Overriding the preset Discount ( –% ):
Example:
Register a 15% discount (to )override preset (5% ) on a $10.00
item to Department 2.
NOTE: You MUST enter two digits after the decimal position.
1.
[1000]+[DEPARTMENT2]
2.
[1500]+[%2]
3.
[Amt Tend/TOTAL]
·1 ·
11-26-1998
2
10.00
15.00 % 2
-1.50 8.50 CA
17-58 0010
5-10 Using a Fixed PLU Price :
NOTE: PLU Codes and Price must be preset to use this feature. See The Register
Programs to assign PLU information.
Example:
Register PLU #1 programmed at the preset price of $1.50:
1.
[1]+[PLU]
2.
[SUBTOTAL]
3.
[Amt Tend/TOTAL]
·1 ·
11-26-1998
01
1.50
1.58
0.08
1.58
18- 00 0011
28
TX
ST
TX
CA
5-11 VOIDS
6-11-1 Direct void the Previous Entry in the Middle of a Sale:
Example:
Void a $2.00 entry to Department 2 made in error. Then register
a $3.00 item in Department 2.
1.
[200]+[DEPARTMENT 2]
2.
[VOID]
3.
[300]+[DEPARTMENT 2]
4.
[Amt Tend/TOTAL]
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2
2.00
2
-2.00
-0.08
2
3.00
0.12
3.12
18-05 0012
TX 1
VD
TX 1
TX 1
TX 1
CA
NOTE: To void an earlier entry or entire transaction, complete the transaction then follow
the directions for a void.
5-11-2 Designated void operation:
Example:
Void a $1.00 item in Department 1.
1.
[100] + [DEPARTMENT 2]
2.
[5432]+[DEPARTMENT 3]
3.
[100] + [VOID]+[DEPARTMENT 2]
4.
[Amt Tend/TOTAL]
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2
1.00
3
54.32
-1.00.
2
-0.04
54.32
18-08 0013
TX 1
VD
TX 1
CA
5-12 REFUND
5-12-1 Refund a Single Item:
Example:
Refund a $1.00 item in Department 1.
1.
[-]
2
[100]+[DEPARTMENT 1]
3.
[Amt Tend /TOTAL]
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-1.00 RF
1
-0.06 TX 1
-1.06 CA
18-10 0014
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5-12-2
Refund Multiple Items:
Example:
Refund a $1.00 Item in Department 1 and a $2.00 item in
Department 2.
1.
[-]
2.
[100]+[DEPARTMENT 1]
3.
[-]
4.
[200]+[DEPAERMENT 2]
5.
[Amt Tend/TORAL]
Example:
·1 ·
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1
-1.00
-0.06
-2.00
2
-3.06
18-12 0016
Refund 3 items at $1.00 in Department 1.
1.
[-]
2.
[3]+[QTY/TIME]
3.
[100]+[DEPARTMENT 1]
4.
[Amt Tend/TOTAL]
·1 ·
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3
X
1
1.00
@
-3.00 RF
-0.17 TX 1
-3.17 CA
18-10 0014
5-13 CALCULATOR FUNCTION
1.
Turn to "Reg" mode
2.
[7]+[CLK/CAL]
3.
To Finish Calculator function repeat step 2
NOTE:
+
x
:
=
RF
TX 1
RF
CA
: on key [RA]
: on key [PO]
: on key [PLU]
: on key [%2]
: on key [%1]
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5-14 OTHER TRANSAXTIONS
5-14-1
Registering Money Received On Account:
Example:
1.
5-14-2
1.
Register $10.00 received on account.
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10.00 RA
18-23 0019
[1000]+[RA]
Paying Money Out:
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5.00 PO
18-26 0020
[500]+[PO]
5-14-3 Registering an Identification Number
NOTE: Up to 7 digits can be used for the identification number. This entry van be made prior
to any operation. The $ identification is not added to the management report or totals.
Example:
Assign the ID number [ 12345 ] to a transaction.
1.
[12345]+[#/NS]
2.
[100]+[DEPARTMENT 1]
3.
[Amt Tend/TOTAL]
·1 ·
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12345
#
1
1.00 TX 1
0.05 TX 1
1.05 CA
18-29 0021
5-14-4 Registering a No Sale:
NOTE: This operation simply prints a no sale receipt . An activity is registered to the activity
counter in the management report.
1.
[#/NS]
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NS
18-31
31
0022
6.
REPORTING
6-1 SALES REPORTS
In conjunction with the X or Z position on the control switch, the
following report are obtained.
1)
DAILY TERMINAL SALE REPORTS
[X] or [Z] mode – [AMT tend]
2)
DAILY CLERK SALES REPORTS
[X] or [Z] mode – [CLERK]
3)
PLU SALES REPORTS
[X] or [Z] mode – [PLU]
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Daily Terminal Report in [x] mode
Date
X counter
NRGT
Each Department sales
counter & Total
All Department sales Total
Void counter
Void Total
Tax Total
Minus Total
% Total
Net sales Total
Refund counter
Refund Total
Gross sales Total
Cash sales Total
Check sales counter
Check sales Total
Charge sales counter
Charge sales Total
RA counter
Received on Account Total
PO counter
Paid out Total
Cash in drawer
Grand Total
Receipt Number
Time
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Daily Terminal Report in [z] mode
Date
Z counter
NRGT
Each Department sales
counter & Total
All Department sales Total
Void counter
Void Total
Tax Total
Minus Total
% Total
Net sales Total
Refund counter
Refund Total
Gross sales Total
Cash sales Total
Check sales counter
Check sales Total
Charge sales counter
Charge sales Total
RA counter
Received on Account Total
PO counter
Paid out Total
Cash in drawer
Grand Total
Receipt Number
Time
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DAILY CLERK SALES REPORTS
Daily clerk sales reports in X mode
Daily clerk sales reports in Z mode.
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PLU sales reports in X mode
PLU sales reports in Z mode.
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7.
MAINTENANCE
7-1 CLEANING
1.
REMOVAL OF DIRT AND STAINS
When removing dirt and stains, use only alcohol. Never use benzine, thinner,
trichlorethylene, ketone-based solvents, toluen, acetone, triethan and dyfron.
The parts made of plastics may damage.
2.
REMOVAL OF PAPER PARTICLES, DUST AND NAP
It is recommendable that a vacuum cleaner be used to thoroughly remove
paper particles, dust and nap from the internal mechanism.
7-2 REPLACING THE PRINTING PAPER
1.
REMOVAL OF PAPER
The paper can be removed by pressing the [^] key.
3.
INSERTION OF PAPER
By observing the following precautions, inserting paper in the printer should
be an easy job.
a. Be sure the leading edge of the paper is square.
b. Insert the paper end straight into the paper inlet of the printer.
c. Pushing the paper in the feeding direction facilitates its engagement
with the paper feeding roller, thus permitting easy insertion.
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5-7 USING SPLIT TENDERING ............................................................................ 26
5-8 MINUS(-) KEY TRANSACTIONS .................................................................... 26
5-9 PERCENT DISCOUNT (-%) TRANSACTIONS .............................................. 27
5-10 USING A FIXED PLU PRICE ......................................................................... 28
5-11 VOID OPERATION ........................................................................................ 29
5-12 REFUND OPERATION ................................................................................. 29
5-13 CALCULATOR OPERATION ......................................................................... 30
5-14 OTHER TRANSACTION ................................................................................ 31
6.
6-1
6-2
6-3
6-4
7.
REPORTING
SALES REPORTS .......................................................................................... 32
DAILY TERMINAL REPORTS ........................................................................ 33
DAILY CLERK SALES REPORTS .................................................................. 35
PLU SALES REPORTS .................................................................................. 36
MAINTENANCE
7-1 CLEANNING .................................................................................................. 37
7-2 REPLACING THE PRINTING PAPER ........................................................... 37
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CONTENTS
1.
BEFORE OPERATING THE REGISTER
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
1-6
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS ........................................................................... 1
CHOOSING A LOCATION FOR THE REGISTER ......................................... 1
POWER.......................................................................................................... 1
PARTS OF THE REGISTER .......................................................................... 2
SWITCH AND KEYBOARD LAYOUT ............................................................ 3
DISPLAY ........................................................................................................ 6
2.
SETTING UP THE REGISTER
2-1 INITIALIZING THE REGISTER ....................................................................... 7
2-2 INSERTING (OR REPLACING) BATTERIES ................................................. 8
2-3 LOADING (OR REPLACING)THE PAPER ROLL ........................................... 10
3.
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
3-5
3-6
3-7
3-8
3-9
4.
SPECIFICATIONS
MEMORY CAPACITY ..................................................................................... 12
INDEXING CAPACITY .................................................................................... 13
DISPLAY ......................................................................................................... 13
PRINTER ........................................................................................................ 14
POWER SUPPLY ........................................................................................... 14
POWER CONSUMPTION ............................................................................... 14
OPERATING TEMPERATURE ....................................................................... 14
DIMENSIONS ................................................................................................. 14
WEIGHT .......................................................................................................... 14
PROGRAMMING
4-1 TIME SETTING ............................................................................................... 15
4-2 DATE SETTING .............................................................................................. 15
4-3 CONSECUTIVE NO. & CLERK CODE PROGRAMMING .............................. 16
4-4 DEPARTMENT KEY PROGRAMMING .......................................................... 17
4-5 PLU PROGRAMMING .................................................................................... 18
4-6 TERMINAL STATUS 1 PROGRAMMING ....................................................... 18
4-7 TERMINAL STATUS 2 PROGRAMMING ....................................................... 20
4-8 TAX/VAT PROGRAMMING ............................................................................ 21
4-9 % KEY PROGRAMMING ................................................................................ 22
4-10 EURO PROGRAMMING ................................................................................ 22
4-11 PROGRAMMING REPORTS ......................................................................... 22
5.
5-1
5-2
5-3
5-4
5-5
5-6
OPERATION
SAMPLE RECEIPT ......................................................................................... 23
TRANSACTION SYMBOLS ............................................................................ 23
CLERK CODE REGISTRATION ..................................................................... 24
REGISTERING A SINGLE ITEM AND TENDERING CHARGE ..................... 25
REGISTERING A SALE TO MULTIPLE ITEMS ............................................. 25
REGISTERING A CHARGE TRANSACTION ................................................. 26
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CAUTION
The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
Thank you for purchasing this Electronic Cash Register. Please read this manual carefully
before operating your register and keep it at hand for future reference. We hope it will be
helpful to you if you encounter any operational problem.
Notice
The information in this manual is subject to change without notification. Further pages may
be added to future editions. The user is asked to excuse any omissions or error in the
present edition. No liability will be assumed for any changes, omissions, or error , in this
manual, or for any accidents that occur while the user is following the instructions in it.
No liability will be assumed for defects in the register’s firmware.
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ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER
JCM GOLD G-105
Owner Manual
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