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Cash Register

OP-460

MANUAL

INDEX

1. Before Starting Operations .......................................................................................................... 4

1.1 General Specifications ........................................................................................................... 4

1.2 Precautions ............................................................................................................................ 4

1.3 Part names and Functions ..................................................................................................... 4

Control Lock ............................................................................................................................. 5

Printer ...................................................................................................................................... 5

Display ..................................................................................................................................... 6

2. Setting Up .................................................................................................................................... 7

2.1 Installing the Cash Register ................................................................................................... 7

2.2 Initializing Your Cash Register .............................................................................................. 8

2.3 Installing and Removing a Paper Roll ................................................................................... 8

2.4Change battery ....................................................................................................................... 9

3. Programming Layout.................................................................................................................... 9

3.1 P position of the keyboard layout .......................................................................................... 9

3.2 Explanation on character input ............................................................................................ 10

3.3 Setting the Date and Time ................................................................................................... 11

3.4 Setting the Machine Number ............................................................................................... 11

3.5 Setting the Transaction Number .......................................................................................... 11

3.6 Department Programming ................................................................................................... 11

3.7 Programming the PLU Function .......................................................................................... 14

3.7.1 Programming PLU Data (Unit Price and Name) .......................................................... 14

3.7.2 To Delete a PLU ........................................................................................................... 15

3.8 Tax Programming ................................................................................................................ 15

3.9 Programming the [-] (minus) Key, [+%]Key, and the [-%]Key ............................................. 19

3.10 Setting System Flag ........................................................................................................... 21

3.11 Programming Other Functions .......................................................................................... 25

The Starting Number of Reports............................................................................................ 25

Clerk Password and Clerk Name .......................................................................................... 25

Manager’s Password ............................................................................................................. 25

Foreign Currency ................................................................................................................... 27

3.12 Display Indicator ................................................................................................................ 27

1) Control lock : P position ..................................................................................................... 27

2) Control lock : R X Z position .............................................................................................. 28

3.13 Key function setting ........................................................................................................... 28

Function code ........................................................................................................................ 29

3.14 Changing Transaction Name ............................................................................................. 29

3.15 Logo Message & Commercial Message ............................................................................ 30

3.16 Confirmation List ................................................................................................................ 32

4. Cash Register Operation ........................................................................................................... 34

4.1. Before Registration ............................................................................................................. 35

4.2. Basic Operation .................................................................................................................. 36

4.2.1 Single-item cash sale ................................................................................................... 36

4.2.2 Multiple-item Entries ..................................................................................................... 36

4.2.3 Multiplication Entries ..................................................................................................... 37

4.2.4 Repeated Entries .......................................................................................................... 37

4.2.5 Check, card, charge and coupon sale .......................................................................... 37

4.2.6 Split payment ................................................................................................................ 39

4.2.7 Change Calculation ...................................................................................................... 39

4.2.8 Discounting with the [-] key .......................................................................................... 40

4.2.9 Using the discount [-%] key and surcharge [+%] key .................................................. 40

4.2.10 Void operation............................................................................................................. 41

4.2.11 Error correction operation ........................................................................................... 42

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4.2.12 Cancel ......................................................................................................................... 42

4.2.13 Return merchandise operation ................................................................................... 42

4.2.14 Password for VOID, EC, RETURN operation ............................................................ 44

4.2.15 Received on account and paid out ............................................................................. 44

4.2.16 Changing money and opening drawer ....................................................................... 45

4.2.17 Correcting numbers or price that have been entered ................................................ 45

4.2.18 Printing a second receipt ............................................................................................ 46

4.2.19 Receipt ON/OFF ......................................................................................................... 46

4.2.

20 Changing the unit price at the “Registration” position ................................................ 47

4.2.21 Item tickets function .................................................................................................... 47

4.3. Other Operations ................................................................................................................ 48

4.3.1 Time or date display ..................................................................................................... 48

4.3.2 Clerk login and clerk change during a transaction ....................................................... 48

4.3.3 Clerk log out .................................................................................................................. 48

4.3.4 Department shift ........................................................................................................... 48

4.3.5 Using [DEPT] key ......................................................................................................... 49

4.3.6 Calculator Mode............................................................................................................ 49

4.3.7 Training Mode ............................................................................................................... 49

4.3.8 Foreign Currency .......................................................................................................... 50

4.3.9 $100 Sale ...................................................................................................................... 51

5. Read and Reset Report ............................................................................................................. 52

5.1 Printing general reports ................................................................................................... 52

5.2 Search of particular report (display-only) ........................................................................ 53

5.3 USB memory for Uploading and Downloading data ....................................................... 54

APPENDIX ..................................................................................................................................... 56

Appendix 1: PC communication mode ...................................................................................... 56

Appendix 2: Error codes and message ..................................................................................... 56

Appendix 3: Sample reports ...................................................................................................... 57

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Overview of Steps Required to Use This Cash

Register

1. Understand your cash register.

Before using your cash register, check the specifications and part names, and confirm the precautions for using it.

See Chapter 1, “Before Starting Operations.”

2. Install your cash register.

Place the cash register in a location near a wall outlet and plug the power cord into the outlet.

See section 2

.1 “Installing the Cash Register.”

3. Initialize the cash register.

Initialize the cash register’s memory, before programming the cash register.

See section 2.2 “Initializing Your Cash Register.”

4. Install the paper roll.

Install paper rolls for the receipt and journal correctly.

See section 2.3 “Installing and Removing a Paper Roll.”

5. Program your cash register.

Program certain items for your store into the memory of the cash register, for example, the price of an item, the taxes levied on the item, the functions of the keys and so on.

See Chapter 3 “Programming Layout.”

6. Operate the cash register.

Perform the sales transaction according to your programming.

See “Chapter 4 Cash Register Operation”.

7. Check and reset the sales information.

Review and reset the daily sales information. You can also check the information from a certain period of time, such as a week and a month. After resetting the information, you can enter the new information from the next day.

See Chapter 5

“Read and Reset Report.”

NOTICE

The information and specifications in this manual are subject to change without notice.

While every precaution has been taken to make this manual accurate, the

Manufacturer shall not be liable for any errors or omissions, nor for any damages resulting from the use of the information herein.

This manual may not be copied or transmitted by any means, in whole or in part, without prior written consent from the Manufacturer.

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1. Before Starting Operations

1.1 General Specifications

Item

Power source

Power consumption

Description

AC240V ±10%

MAX 70W

Ambient operating temperature 32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C)

Memory

Memory back-up time

C-MOS RAM

Show

‘E B’ or ‘Bat low’ when battery voltage is low

Printer

Printing speed

1 station line thermal printer

Approx. 7 lines per sec.

Paper roll width 56.5-57.5 mm (2.22-2.26 inches)

Φ60mm(2.36inches)

External dimensions 330mm (W) x400mm (D) x230mm (H)

(13

” (W) x15.7” (D) x9.4” (H))

Weight (withNP33 small drawer) 4.8 kg (10.56 lb)

1.2 Precautions

Please note the following items before using the cash register.

●Avoid using the cash register in the following conditions:

Exposed to direct sunlight or water

Hot or humid environments

Near equipment that generates strong electromagnetic fields

Anywhere there may be sudden changes in temperature

●Do not touch the cash register if your hands are wet.

●If the register malfunctions, do not attempt to repair the cash register by yourself.

●Plug your cash register into any standard wall outlet. Other electrical devices on the

same circuit may damage the cash register.

●The main outlet for this cash register must be located near the unit and easily accessible.

1.3 Part names and Functions

This section shows part names and describes the function of each part of the cash register.

An External View

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2

1

4

6

3

4

Part names

1. Printer cover

2. Receipt dispenser

3. Drawer

4. Display

Functions

This cover protects the printer.

This is where the receipt comes out.

This drawer is used to store cash, check, coupon etc.

There is a lock on it. Lock or unlock with the drawer key which came with this cash register.

Both sides of the display show the operator and customer, the price, total, change, due, department codes, PLU codes and various types of symbols

during sales transaction.

5. Control lock

6. Keyboard

Control Lock

The control lock allows you to change cash register modes.

The keyboard is where all the functions are registered.

The control lock allows you to change the cash register mode. Your register is equipped with five modes. The cash register is always in one of these five modes for any operation.

To change modes, use the manager's key

(marked with “MA“) and the operator's key

(marked with

“OP“) which came with this cash register. Insert the manager's key or the operator's key into the control lock and turn it to a required position.

The manager’s key can select any mode. The operator’s key can select the “L” or “R” positions.

MA

: Positions the manager’s key can access

OP

: Positions the operator’s key can access

The following table shows the modes the cash register is equipped with.

Mark Mode Name Functions

P

L

R

X

Z

Printer

Program mode

Lock mode

Register mode

Read mode

Reset mode

Used to programming various cash register functions.

Used to turn off the cash register. This mode disables all operations.

Used for normal checkout operations.

Used to print sales information reports.

Used to read and reset the sales information.

The figure shows the printer when the cover is removed.

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Display

Your cash register has two seven-segment displays for the operator and customer. It displays prices, subtotals, change due, status codes and so on. Each display can show up to eight digits. The figure below shows the display positions for each type of item.

Examples of display conditions

Shows a sale from Department 10.

Shows that two of the same items are sold.

Examples of status symbols

Your register has fifteen types of status symbols:

Each symbol is displayed as shown below:

Appears when an error, such as an overflow , occurs.

Appears when discounting.

Appears when registering non-sales amounts. For example, entering money received on account and entering petty cash removed from the drawer

(paid-out).

Appears when pressing TOTAL key

Appears when voiding and entering a returned item from a customer.

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Appears when pressing #/ST NS key

Appears when RTN key is pressed

Appears when the amount is negative and

#/ST NS key is pressed

Appears when the amount received from a customer is more than the sales total.

Display when the CARD,CHECK,CHRG ,

CASH key is pressed.

Appears when the SHIFT key is pressed.

Appears when the cash register is in Receipt

Off mode. Each time you press an ID

ON/OFF key directly, the receipt ON/OFF mode will change.

2. Setting Up

This chapter explains what steps are required before programming the cash register.

2.1 Installing the Cash Register

CAUTION

To install the cash register:

1. Place the cash register in a location near a wall outlet.

Be sure not to locate the cash register in any of the conditions described in section

1.2, “Precautions”.

2

. Insert the manager’s key (marked with “MA”) into the control lock and turn it to the

“P” position.

3. Plug the power cord into the outlet.

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. Make sure that the register display reads “0”.

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. Turn the manager’s key to the “L” position to turn off the display.

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2.2 Initializing Your Cash Register

CAUTION

Before programming the cash register, you must initialize the cash register’s memory.

Do not perform the following steps during programming or normal operation. These steps will clear all of the settings you have programmed and erase all sales information in the register.

To initialize the cash register.

1

. Turn the manager’s key to the “L” position.

2. Remove the power cord from the outlet.

3

. Turn the manager’s key to the “P” position.

4. Plug the power cord while pressing the CLEAR Key and hold the key down for at

least two seconds. When you release the key, “1” will appear in the display. At this point, the register has been initialized.

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. Turn the manager’s key to the “L” position to turn off the display.

2.3 Installing and Removing a Paper Roll

This section describes how to install and remove a paper roll.

Installing a Paper Roll

To install a paper roll for receipts:

1. From the left of the cash register, grab the rear of the printer cover and lift it up

(See Fig.1.).

2. Insert the end of the paper into the paper entrance. (See Fig.2.).

3. If the paper can not automatically feed enough length out of the printer, please

press the FEED key. (See Fig.3.).

4. Please make sure the paper roll is installed. (See Fig.4.). After the paper feed out

from printer roll automatically, rip off it and cover the printer. press FEED key until necessary paper length is out of the printer cover.

When you have finished installing the paper roll, close the printer cover.

Fig.1 Fig.2 Fig.3 Fig.4

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2.4Change battery

1.Open the battery box cover and move the paper roll . (See Fig.1)

2.Remove the battery cover. (See Fig.2)

3.Change the battery (See Fig.3), then install the paper roll and close the printer

cover.(See Fig.4).

Fig.1 Fig.2 Fig.3

Fig.4

NOTE

1. Please attend not to change polarity of the battery when changing battery.

2 .When display shows "EB" and "BATLO", please change your battery.

3 .Please make sure the ECR power is on when change battery, otherwise the sales data, setting data and electronic journal will be lost.

3. Programming Layout

3.1 P position of the keyboard layout

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3.2 Explanation on character input

Programming names and messages

Control lock key position : P

1. Programming department, PLU, clerk names

2. Changing transaction words

3. Programming logo messages

4. Programming commercial messages

The following example shows how to enter character programming department names:

Capital Letters (ABCD) and Lower Case (abcd) Input

Setting

Department1

Name Food

 

Department

(F o o d )

Input space

Setting

Department2

Name F O O D

 

Department

(F O O D )

Character SHIFT

Setting

Department3

Name V1,+

 

Department

(V 1 , + )

BKSP Usage

Setting

Department 4

Name FOOD

   

Department

(F O D backspace O D)

DOUBLE Usage

Setting

Department5

Name FOOD

 

Department

( F O O D)

NOTE

●Enter the name of settings, input method to lowercase.

●Need to understand the input method indicator, see Chapter “3.12 Display Indicator” for details.

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3.3 Setting the Date and Time

This section explains how to set the current date and time. Your cash register has a clock/calendar memory.

Setting the Date

The following example shows how to enter “December 10th 2015.”

  

NOTE

●Enter the year, month and date in that order.

●If necessary, press the CLEAR Key to clear the display contents.

●To check the date, turn the manager’s key to the “R” position and press the X/TIME

Key.

Setting the Time

The following example shows how to set the time to “15:10”.

  

NOTE

●When you want to set the time to 3:10 PM, enter “1510”. Do not enter “310”.

●To check the time, turn the manager’s key to the “R” position and press the X/TIME

Key twice.

3.4 Setting the Machine Number

You can set the machine number for your cash register to be identified . For example, at a chain of stores, a unique number can be assigned for each cash register in each store. You can enter a maximum of four digits.

  

3.5 Setting the Transaction Number

You can set the starting transaction number printed on each receipt. Once you set it, the number is increased by one for each transaction. You can enter a maximum of four digits.

  

3.6 Department Programming

This section describes how to program departments. A maximum of 20 departments can be programmed and used. You have 1 to 10 department keys on the default keyboard and can also use 11 th

to 20 th

department by using SHIFT key as each of 1 to 10 th

shift department respectively. st

Using the department, you can classify articles to the maximum 20 departments by the nature of products. The sales amount and quantity will be reported by department on a report. You can set a price, function flag to control such as single item sale, tax,

HALO (High Amount Lock Out) and so on to each department.

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Setting a Unit Price

A unit price and a name are input in one operation. The unit price can be input max. 8 digits, the name max. 16 characters.

1) Price and Name

  

Unit price (max. 8 digits) Department

(DR I N K)

(max. 16 characters)

2) Price only

 

Unit price Department

3) Name only

 

Department

( D R I N K)

NOTE

●You can program department contents to keys that are not located on the keyboard.

Example: Assume programming a unit price of 1.

00, description of “DRINK” on

Department 12.

   

Any dept key

( D R I N K)

Setting Function Flags

There are four sets of function flags you can set for each department. Each flag has some options to be selected.

N1 for group

This flag assigns a department to a group. Classifying departments in groups allows you to get the group report and check the sales for each group. For example, if your store uses Department 1 for selling notebooks and Department 2 for selling pencils, when they are assigned to the same group, you can check the sales of stationery.

N2 N3

This flag enables +%,-%,single-item cash sale and negative department

N4 N5 for High Amount Lock Out (HALO)

N4 limits the length of digits while N5 sets the highest number of amount. Please see next page for details.

N6N7 for Tax

This flag allows you to add TAX1-TAX4 to sales from that department. For details about taxes, please refer to section 3.8, “Tax Programming”.

To set the function flags for a department, press the ENT/RLS Key, use the numeric keys to enter the option number you want for each flag and then press the number and Department Key. In the default setting, N1 to N7 are all zeros.

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N1 N2 N3 N4 N5 N6 N7

a Department Key

NOTE

●You can program flags of a department whose key is not located on the keyboard.

The steps of programming a department which is not on the keyboard are as follows:

N1 N2 N3 N4 N5 N6 N7 D1 D2

 Any department key (1-10)

The dept#

(11-20)

Flags Press: To:

the department to one of 9 groups.

N1

0-9

N2 N3

01

02

03

Enable single-item cash sale

Enable negative department

Enable single-item cash sale and negative department

N4 N5 00 to 69

High amount lock out. If you press 0, seven digits will be allowed.

N4 limits the length of digits while N5 specifies the highest number of amount.

Example:

N6 N7 00

N4 = 4,N5 = 6  HALO for the department will be 69.99

Do not add TAX for the department.

01

02

03

Add TAXⅠ.

Add TAXⅡ.

Add TAXⅠand TAXⅡ.

04

05

06

Add TAXⅢ.

Add TAXⅠand TAXⅢ.

Add TAXⅡand TAXⅢ.

07

10

Add TAXⅠ, TAXⅡand TAXⅢ.

Add TAXⅣ to the department.

11 Add TAXⅠand TAXⅣ

12 Add TAXⅡand TAXⅣ

13 Add TAXⅠ, TAXⅡand TAXⅣ.

14 Add TAXⅢand TAXⅣ

15 Add TAXⅠ, TAXⅢand TAXⅣ

16 Add TAXⅡ, TAXⅢand TAXⅣ

17 Add TAXⅠ, TAXⅡ and TAXⅢand TAXⅣ

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3.7 Programming the PLU Function

This section describes the PLU function and how to program it. PLU is a function which allows departments to be subdivided. For example, with PLU, you can have several articles with different prices which belong to one department. A maximum of

2000 PLU codes can be programmed. To program a PLU code, you must enter a unit price and assign the department to which the PLU code belongs. When you enter a

PLU code, the unit price which is programmed for the code is automatically recalled.

3.7.1 Programming PLU Data (Unit Price and Name)

To program a PLU code, enter the unit price and name and assign it to a department.

The following example shows how PLU code 11 and PLU code 30 are programmed.

Unit price of up to eight digits and name of up to 16 characters can be used in a PLU code.

1) Unit Price and Name

Set the system flag 1, #6 to 0. Enable PLU No.

  (price) (link department)

 

( O R A N G E )

*By pressing ENTER , input of 12th PLU is ready.

(12PLU)

  

( S O D A

)

The Input of PLU# is necessary to skip to 30th PLU (=not the next PLU number) programming.

  

  

( W I N E )

NOTE

● If the department key which is linked by PLU code is not located on the keyboard, press the dot key after entry of the unit price, then enter the number of linked department, and press any department key.

Example:

      

● Depress #/ST NS key for finalizing the PLU programming.

2) Name only

    

(O R A N G E )

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3) Unit price only

    

 

4) Program by bar code reader

Set the system flag 1, #6 to 1. Enable PLU barcode

[Read the bar code]   (price)  (link department)

 

( O R A N G E ) or [Input the bar code from K/B]  (price) (link department)

nameENTER

*Operation steps of changing the name only or the unit price are same as those of the bar code input from K/B.

Note : Depress #/ST NS key for finalizing the PLU programming.

3.7.2 To Delete a PLU

1) To delete PLU code 12.

Control lock key positon:P

Operation:  

3.8 Tax Programming

You can program up to four types of taxes to be added to each item. We call these four taxes TAXⅠ, TAXⅡ, TAXⅢ and TAXⅣ. To program a tax, you must select a taxation system and enter the tax rate for that tax. For the instructions how to add these programmed taxes to an item, see “Setting Function Flags” in section 3.6,

“Department Programming”.

Selecting a Taxation System

Your cash register has three taxation systems. They are described as follows:

Add-on tax

This system calculates tax by using a tax rate you enter and it automatically adds the tax to the unit price or the price entered.

VAT

The Value Added Tax is a European tax system. It calculates tax by using the tax rate you enter and includes the calculated tax in the unit price or the price entered from the keyboard.

Tax table

This system calculates the tax by using a tax table that you enter. The tax table depends on the location of the store. Use the tax tables provided by the local tax office to enter the numbers. For instructions on entering a tax table, see “Tax Table” in this section.

To assign a taxation system to a tax (TAXⅠ-TAXⅣ), enter the tax number (1-4), press the PO Key, enter the number for the taxation system you want and then press the ENTER Key.

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N1   N2 

Select an option from Select an option from the table shown below. the table shown below.

Numbers Press:

N1

5

6

7

8 Select TAXⅣ

N2

0

1

2

Select Add-on tax

Select VAT

Select Tax table

Setting the Tax Rate

To set the tax rate for a tax (TAXⅠ-TAXⅣ), enter the tax number (1-4), press the PO

Key, enter the rate and press ENTER Key. Up to 99.9999% can be entered for the tax rate. The following example shows that 7.5 % has been entered for TAXⅠ.

  

Select the tax number from

Tax rate the table shown below.

Press: To:

1

2

3

Select TAXⅠ

Select TAXⅡ

Select TAXⅢ

4 Select TAXⅣ

To:

Select TAXⅠ

Select TAXⅡ

Select TAXⅢ

Maximum Tax-exempt Amount

If necessary, you can set a maximum Tax-exempt amount for a given tax number

(TAXⅠ-TAXⅣ

). If you enter “$4.00” for TAXⅠexempt amount and when you sell items to which TaxⅠis levied, the total sale of up to $4.00 will be tax-exempt.

To set a maximum Tax-exempt amount, select the tax number (TAXⅠ-TAXⅣ), press the PO Key, enter an amount and press the ENTER Key. Up to $999999.99 can be made Tax-exempt. The following example shows that “$4.00” is entered for TAXⅠ.

  

Select a tax number (TAX1- Tax-exempt amount

TAX4) from the t a b l e shown below.

Press: To:

9 Select TAXⅠ

10

11

Select TAXⅡ

Select TAXⅢ

12 Select TAXⅣ

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Entering a Tax Table

If you select the “tax table system” for a tax number (TAXⅠ-TAXⅣ), you must enter a tax table for that tax. Enter the tax table provided by the local tax office.

About tax tables

A Tax table is a table which lists the applicable taxes for the amount of a sale. These can include city, state and federal taxes. The table lists sales amount ranges, and the tax to be levied on each amount, as a range of sales prices. Your cash register enables you to enter this table and then it will automatically calculate the tax.

The following table is an example of a state tax table.

The tax table includes the following items:

Tax rate

Sales amount range

This is the range of prices to which the tax amount to be levied must be added. The minimum amount of each range is called the minimum break value, and the maximum amount is called the maximum break value.

Tax amount

This is the amount of tax that must be added to each sale within the corresponding range.

To enter the tax table, follow the steps below by using the items mentioned above.

1. Find the following items using the sample table:

a) Minimum break difference

This is the difference between the minimum break value of a range and the next minimum break value (marked with *1). Find the irregular cycles (marked with *2) and the regular cycles (marked with *3 and *4) for the minimum break values.

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b) The first minimum break value in a regular cycle (marked with *5) c) The difference between the first minimum break value (marked with *5) and the last one (marked with *6) in the first regular cycle d) The difference between the first tax amount (marked with *7) and the last one

(marked with *8) in the first regular cycle e) The values of the irregular cycle (marked with *2) f) The values of first regular cycle (marked with *3)

2. Use the items found in step 1 and enter them as follows:

NOTE

● Enter all the amounts as cents.

     

*1 Tax no Item b) from step.1 Item c) from step.1

     

Item d)

From step.1

Item e)

from step.1

Item e)

from step.1

     

Item e) from step.1

Item e)

from step.1

Item e)

from step.1

     

Item e) from step.1

Item e)

from step.1

Item e)

from step.1

Item e) from step.1

     

Item f) Item f)

from step.1 from step.1

     

Item f) Item f) Item f) from step.1 from step.1 from step.1

   

Item f) from step.1

Item f)

from step.1

NOTE

● The applicable tax rate and “tax table system” must be set for the tax number which is used in this sequence (marked with *1). For the instructions of these settings, see

“Setting the Tax Rate” and “Selecting a Taxation System” in this section 3.8, “Tax

Programming.”

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3.9 Programming the [-] (minus) Key, [+%]Key, and the [-%]Key

This section describes how to program the - , + % and - % Keys. These keys are used for discounting or adding a premium to the price of an item.

Programming the [-] (minus) Key

The - Key is used to discount a certain amount. You can use this key with a preset discount amount or by entering a discount amount from the keyboard.

Setting the Discount Amount

You can enter a discount amount up to six digits long. The following example shows how to program the -

Key for a discount of “$0.50”at P position.

Setting Function Flags

There are four function flags you can set for the - Key.

To set the function flags for the - Key, press the ENT/RLS Key, enter the selected option number for each flag and press the - Key.

N1 N2 N3 N4

HALO

Taxable for for

Flags Press: To:

N1 N2 00-69 N1:Limit the length of digits.

N2:Set the highest number of the amount.

Example

N1 = 4 N2= 5

Then the HALO for key will be $59.99

N3 N4 00

Do not add TAX for the department.

01 Add TAXⅠ.

02

03

04

05

06

07

Add TAXⅡ.

Add TAXⅠand TAXⅡ.

Add TAXⅢ.

Add TAXⅠand TAXⅢ.

Add TAXⅡand TAXⅢ.

Add TAXⅠ, TAXⅡand TAXⅢ.

10 Add TAXⅣ to the department.

11 Add TAXⅠand TAXⅣ

12 Add TAXⅡand TAXⅣ

13 Add TAXⅠ, TAXⅡand TAXⅣ.

14 Add TAXⅢand TAXⅣ

15 Add TAXⅠ, TAXⅢand TAXⅣ

16 Add TAXⅡ, TAXⅢand TAXⅣ

17 Add TAXⅠ, TAXⅡ and TAXⅡand TAXⅣ

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Programming the [+%] and [-%] Keys

The + % and - % Keys are used to add or subtract a percentage of the price of an item. For example, you can use the + % Key to add a premium, and the - % Key to give a discount. You can enter the percentage and change the function flags settings for these keys. You can use these keys with a preset percentage or you can enter the percentage from the keyboard at the time of the sales transaction.

Setting the Percentage

You can enter a preset percentage (up to 99.99%) for the + % and - % Key. The following example shows how to set the - %

Key for a discount of “6.25%.”

  

NOTE

●To set the percentage for the + % Key, press 5 instead of 6 before pressing the

X/TIME Key.

Setting Function Flags

There is a flag of two-digit you can set for the -% Key and +% respectively.

  N1 N2

NOTE

●To set the flags for the + % Key, press 7 instead of 8, before pressing the X/TIME

Key.

The default for N1, N2 is 17.

Flags Press:

N1 N2 00

01

To:

Do not add TAX for the department.

Add TAXⅠ.

02 Add TAXⅡ.

03

04

05

Add TAXⅠand TAXⅡ.

Add TAXⅢ.

Add TAXⅠand TAXⅢ.

06

07

10

Add TAXⅡand TAXⅢ.

Add TAXⅠ, TAXⅡand TAXⅢ.

Add TAXⅣ to the department.

11 Add TAXⅠand TAXⅣ

12 Add TAXⅡand TAXⅣ

13 Add TAXⅠ, TAXⅡand TAXⅣ.

14 Add TAXⅢand TAXⅣ

15 Add TAXⅠ, TAXⅢand TAXⅣ

16 Add TAXⅡ, TAXⅢand TAXⅣ

17 Add TAXⅠ, TAXⅡ and TAXⅡand TAXⅣ

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3.10 Setting System Flag

Flag 1

  N8 N7 N6 N5 N4 N3 N2 N1 

Options Press

#8 0

Function

Enable pressing [ID ON/OFF] key for receipt on/off

1 Disable pressing [ID ON/OFF] key for receipt on/off

#7 0

1

Select the journal print mode.

Select the receipt print mode.

#6 0 Enable PLU No

1 Enable PLU barcode

#5

#4

0

1

0

1

Disable split ticket function

Enable split ticket function

Do not reset clerk ID/password after a transaction is finished.

Reset clerk ID/password after a transaction is finished.

#3 Do not reset clerk ID/password each time the position of

0 the control lock is changed.

1 Reset clerk ID/password when the control lock is changed.

#2#1 00 0 Decimal position for monetary system

01

10

11

0.0 Decimal position for monetary system

0.00 Decimal position for monetary system

0.000 Decimal position for monetary system

Flag 2

  N2 N1 

Options Press Function

#2 Select the last digit in the decimal to be rounded in percentage

0 calculation

Select the first digit in the decimal to be rounded in percentage

1 calculation.

#1 0

5

9

Rounding down (0.1 to 0.9 becomes 0.0)

Rounding (0.1 to 0.4 becomes 0.0, 0.5 to 0.9 becomes 1.0)

Rounding up (0.1 to 0.9 becomes 1.0)

Flag 3

  N8 N7 N6 N5 N4 N3 N2 N1 

Options Press Function

#8 Always 0

#7 Always 0

#6

#5

0

1

0

1

Give the change in return while tendering in coupon.

Do not give the change in return while tendering in coupon.

Print the sales item on the Hourly report.

Print the sales quantity on the Hourly report.

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#4

#3

0

1

0

1

#2

Dept TTL includes calculations made with the [-] key.

Dept TTL does not include calculations made with the [-] key.

Dept TTL includes calculations made with the [-%] key.

Dept TTL does not include calculations made with the [-%] key.

Always 0

#1

Flag

0

1

Do not allow clerk change during a transaction.

Allow clerk change during a transaction.

4

  N8 N7 N6 N5 N4 N3 N2 N1 

Options Press Function

#8 0

1

#7 0

1

#6 0

Disable free key layout

Enable free key layout

Do not allow printing second receipt allow printing second receipt

Reset department shift after finalization.

1 Do not reset department shift after finalization.

#5 0 Reset the department shift key after each item register.

1 Do not reset the department shift key after each item register.

#4 Do not reset the transaction number to 0 after printing the reset

0 report.

1

#3 0

1

#2 0

1

Reset the transaction number to 0 after printing the reset report.

Do not allow repeat printing the full report in “Z” mode.

Allow repeat printing the full report in “Z” mode.

Print the time and date at the bottom of the receipt/report.

Print the time and date on the top of the receipt/report.

#1 0 Print the commercial message on the top of the receipt/report

Print the commercial message at the bottom of the receipt

1 /report.

Flag 5

  N8 N7 N6 N5 N4 N3 N2 N1 

Options Press

#8

#7

#6

0

1

0

1

0

#5

1

0

1

Function

Even when an “Er” is display, Z report doesn’t have to be printed.

When an “Er” is display, Z report must be printed.

Amount or quantity can be minus

Amount or quantity can not be minus, if minus, error will happen

Do not Print tax rate on receipt

Print tax rate on receipt.

Print tax symbol on receipt

Do not Print tax symbol and on receipt

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#4 0

1

#3

#2

0

1

Do not print taxable on receipt

Print taxable on receipt

Print total tax amount on receipt

Print individual tax amount on receipt

Always 0

#1

Flag

0

1

VAT taxable on receipt or report which include VAT tax

VAT taxable on receipt or report which does not include VAT tax

6

  N8 N7 N6 N5 N4 N3 N2 N1 

#4

#3

Options Press Function

#8#7 00,11 Y

—M—D

01 M

—D—Y

10 D

—M—Y

#6

#5 0

Always 1

Print sales quantity in the receipt.

1 Do not print sales quantity in the receipt.

0

1

0

1

Print logo message in the receipt and report.

Do not print logo message in the receipt and report.

Print date in the receipt and report.

Do not print date in the receipt and report.

#2

#1

0

1

Print time in the receipt and report.

Do not print time in the receipt and report.

0 Print transaction number in the receipt and report.

1 Do not print transaction number in the receipt and report.

Flag 7

  N8 N7 N6 N5 N4 N3 N2 N1 

Options Press Function

#8 Always 0

#7 Always 0

#6

#5 0

Always 0

Print void and return totals in clerk sales report

1 Do not print void and return totals in clerk sales report

#4 0 Print void and return totals in net sales report

1 Do not print void and return totals in net sales report

#3 0 Password is

not required before RETURN,VOID and EC

operation.

1 Password is required before

RETURN,VOID

and EC operation

#2 0 Disable to override the [CARD] key operation

1 Enable to override the [CARD] key operation

#1 0

1

Print NRGT in report.

Do not print NRGT in report.

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Flag 8

  N2 N1 

Options Press Function

00: rounding up(0.00 become 0.00,0.01-0.09 become 0.10)

04: rounding (0.00-0.04 become 0.00,0.05-0.09 become 0.10)

09: rounding down (0.00-0.09 become 0.00)

02: swiss mode 0.00-0.02 become 0.00 0.03-0.07 become 0.05

0.08-0.09 become 0.10

12: Danish mode 0.00-0.12 become0.00 0.13-0.37become 0.25.

0.38-0.62 become0.5 0.63-0.87become 0.75.

0.88-0.99 become 1.00

Flag 9

  N2 N1 

Options Press Function

00: do not round

05: Swiss mode

10: select the last digit to round

25: Danish mode

Flag 10

  N8 N7 N6 N5 N4 N3 N2 N1 

Options Press Function

#8 0

1

Round by the [TOTAL] key operation.

Do not round by the [TOTAL] key operation.

#7 0 Round at finalization by the [CHRG] and [CARD]key operation.

Do not round at finalization by the

[CHRG]

and

[CARD] key

1 operation

#6

#5

#4

0

1

0

1

0

1

Round at finalization by the [CHKS]key operation.

Do not round at finalization by the [CHKS] key operation.

Round at finalization by the [CASH] key operation.

Do not round at finalization by the [CASH] key operation.

Disable the Swiss method of rounding.

For information about the Swiss method, consult your dealer.

Enable the Swiss method of rounding.

#3-#1 Always 0

NOTE

Values in bold letters are default setting (set to these when ECR is initialized).

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3.11 Programming Other Functions

The Starting Number of Reports

You can set the starting number of a full report. There are four types of full report: X1,

X2, Z1 and Z2. Once you set it, the number is increased by one each time a full report is printed out. You can enter a maximum of four digits (0-9999). For more Information about X1, X2, Z1 and Z2, see chapter 5

, “Read and Reset Report ”. The following example shows how to enter “0001” for the starting number.

Control lock : P position

NN   

Use the following table Starting number

Enter:

12

To:

Set the starting number for the X1 report

13

14

15

Set the starting number for the X2 report

Set the starting number for the Z1 report

Set the starting number for the Z2 report

Clerk Password and Clerk Name

You can have a maximum of ten different clerk passwords which will allow operators to operate the ca sh register in the “R” position. If you enable the use of passwords, an operator cannot operate the cash register without entering a correct password. A password can be a maximum of a four digit number. The clerk name can be programmed up to 12 letters. In the “R” mode, an Operator can operate the cash register after entering a valid password and pressing the ID ON/OFF key.

Control lock: P position

NN     

Password (max. 4 digits)

( T O M )

(max. 12 letters)

NN clerk ID#

13 1

14 2

: :

22 10

Manager’s Password

1) Programming Password

You can enter a manager’s password which will allow you to operate the cash register in the “P” mode. After you program in a manager’s password, you cannot operate the cash register in those modes without entering the correct password. The password can be a maximum of fourdigit number. In the “P“ mode, you can operate the cash register after entering a valid password and pressing the ID ON/OFF Key.

Control lock : P position

  

Password

To enter the Programming password, the key sequence is:

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2) X Report Password

You can program to prohibit a report issue without a required password at the X control lock position. The password can be a maximum of four-digit number.

Control lock: P position (for programming)

  

Password

To enter the X password, the key sequence is:

Control lock: X position (for operation)

VOID,EC and RETURN operations use the same password.

3) Z Report Password

You can program to prohibit the report issue without the password at Z control lock position. The password can be a maximum of four-digit number.

Control lock: P position (for programming)

  

Password

To enter the Z password, the key sequence is:

Control lock: Z position (for operation)

4) Training Password

It is the password for training start and finish. Please see the chapter 4.3.7 for

Training Mode. The password can be a maximum of four

–digit number.

Control lock: P position (for programming)

  

Password

To enter the Training password, the key sequence is:

Control lock: X position (for Training start)

Training (to start and to finish)

Control lock: X position

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Foreign Currency

The ECR can handle and convert the local currency into a maximum of 4 different currencies.

1) Programming the exchange rate between the local currency and four foreign

currencies

FC1 :   Input the exchange rate (max. 8 figures)

FC2 :   Input the exchange rate (max. 8 figures)

FC3 :   Input the exchange rate (max. 8 figures)

FC4 :   Input the exchange rate (max. 8 figures)

NOTE

●The exchange rate can be 4 integral + 4 decimal digits at the maximum (fixed at 4+4 digits).

●For example, when you want to set the exchange rate between Euro as local currency and

US$ as FC1 at €1.00 = US$1.255, 1 (local currency) divided by 1.255 makes 0.7968 which will be the exchange rate to be set. Then input at P mode as :

   to program the FC1 rate at

0.7968(€/US$)

Keycode

[FC] = 2E [FC1] = 2F [FC2] = 30 [FC3] = 31 [FC4] = 32

(See the chapter 4.3.8 for operation using foreign currency conversion)

3.12 Display Indicator

1) Control lock : P position

character shift enable lowercase enter

Name setting

PLU setting

Tax table setting

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2) Control lock : R X Z position

Receipt ON/OFF

Department shift

Calculator mode

Decimal

3.13 Key function setting

Location number list

All the keys except the feed key are replaceable. The change can be done by the following steps :

Control lock : P position

1) Input the position number of the key to be changed.

2) Input the function code to be located to the position number.

Example : To locate the function of FC to the key position number 25

Control lock : P position

  

 Keyboard setting figure can be entered directly.

 Keyboard setting the for R,X,Z position effective.

Position number:

FEED 5 10 15 20 25 30 35

3

4

1

2

8

9

6

7

11

12

13

14

16

17

18

19

21

22

23

24

26

27

28

29

31

32

33

34

36

37

38

39

28

Function code

No. Function key

01

02

03

04

05

0

1

2

3

4

No. Function key

19 Void (VD)

1A Return

Merchandise

(RTN)

1B Net tax (NTX)

1C Tax rate 1

(TX1)

1D Tax rate 2

(TX2)

06

07

08

5

6

7

09 8

0A 9

0B 00

0C 000

0D .

0E CLEAR

0F Price Release

(ENT)

10 PLU

1E Tax rate 3

(TX3)

1F Tax rate 4

(TX4)

20 Received on

Account (RA)

21 Paid out (PO)

22

23

24

Clerk (ID)

-%

+%

25 Minus (-)

26 X/Time (XTM)

27 Shift (SFT)

28 Cancel (CAN)

11 CASH (CSH)

12 Check (CHK)

2E

2F

FC

FC1

13 Coupon (CPN) 30 FC2

14 Charge (CHG) 31 FC3

15 Credit card 32 FC4

(CD1)

16 Total (TTL)

17 Subtotal

(SUB)

33 $50

34 $100

18 Error correction

(E/C)

35 $10

No. Function key

36 $20

80 Department

81 Department 01

82 Department 02

83 Department 03

84 Department 04

85 Department 05

86 Department 06

87 Department 07

88 Department 08

89 Department 09

8A Department 10

8B Department 11

8C Department 12

8D Department 13

8E Department 14

8F Department 15

90 Department 16

91 Department 17

92 Department 18

93 Department 19

94 Department 20

3.14 Changing Transaction Name

Transaction name is the description applied to a function key and others on reports.

These are eight digits in length which can be upper or lower case at single size, and four digits length at double size. You can change the transaction name easily. The following example shows how to change transaction name "CHARGE" to "VISA".

Basic key operation sequence

Set the control lock to "P" position.

1) N N N

(27-96)

---Enter desired Transaction number.

programming will start from 27.

When the number is not entered, the

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2)

X…X

Max. 8 letters

Example

1) 

2) 

( V I S A )

---Enter the name.

Transaction Name Table

Control Lock : P

Press 1 TOTAL to get the Word List printed.

NOTE

●Transaction Name numbers 0001 to 0026 are intentionally not used for the other programming area.

3.15 Logo Message & Commercial Message

It is possible to print a logo message and a commercial message of 24 single-size characters x 10 lines respectively.

・Operation :

1) Program "Number of lines" for the Logo Message (max.10):

  

2)1st line:

 

(Repeat 24 times)

(,)

3) 2nd line:

  

( Y O U R )

 

( R E C E I P T )

4) 3rd line :

 

( T h a n k )

 

( Y o u )

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5) 4th line:

  

(C a l l )

( A g a i n )

6) 5th line:

 

(Repeat 24 times)

(,)

7) 6th line:

  N N 

(Repeat 24 times)

8) 7th line:

  N N 

(Repeat 24 times)

9) 8th line:

  N N 

(Repeat 24 times)

10)9th line:

  N N 

(Repeat 24 times)

11)10th line:

  N N 

(Repeat 24 times)

2. Commercial Message

Commercial Message can be programmed and printed in 24 single size characters per line and max. 10 lines.

1) Programming line(s) of Commercial Message (max. 10 messages)

  N 

(1-10)

2) 1st line:

  N N 

(Repeat 24 times)

3) 2nd line:

  N N 

(Repeat 24 times)

4) 3rd line:

  N N 

(Repeat 24 times)

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5) 4th line:

  N N 

(Repeat 24 times)

6) 5th line:

  N N 

(Repeat 24 times)

7) 6th line:

  N N 

(Repeat 24 times)

8) 7th line:

  N N 

(Repeat 24 times)

9) 8th line:

  N N 

(Repeat 24 times)

10)9th line:

  N N 

(Repeat 24 times)

11)10th line:

  N N 

(Repeat 24 times)

3.16 Confirmation List

Confirmation List of

1. System Flag

2. Department

3. %, Tax Rate

4. Date, Consecutive Number etc.

Operation : P position

An example of a report for checking the Tax table settings

Enter the tax number which tax table is assigned to, press the PO Key and then press the TOTAL Key to print out the following report:

An example of a report for checking PLU settings

Press the PLU Key to print out the following report:

Operation: P Position

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Confirmation List of Key Layout List of Transaction Word

Operation : P position Operation : P position

List of Logo Message List of Commercial Message

Operation : P position Operation: P position

Confirmation List of

1. X1, X2, Z1, Z2 Report Counter

2. Clerk Name & Clerk Code

3. Password

4. Exchange Rate of Foreign Currency

Operation : P position

For printing the above three lists by a key stroke, just press TOTAL

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4. Cash Register Operation

(turn the control lock to the “R” position)

The figures below show the standard keyboard functions for this cash register.

Name Abbreviation Functions

1

. Feed Key Used to advance the receipt/journal paper.

2

. Clerk ID Key Used for entering individual clerk ID code. This key is also used to control printing of receipts.

3

. Multiplication/Time Key Used to register multiple items.

Display the current time.

This key is also used for programming.

4.Price look up Key

Used for registering a PLU item. A PLU number is used as a code for pre-programming merchandise prices, to maintain a tally of cost and quantity of the merchandise sold.

Max. 200 PLUs with periodical total.

5

. Cancel Key Used for cancellation of the current transaction.

6.

Return Key

7

. Error correction Key

Used to register the price of returned items.

12

. Discount Key

Used for voiding an incorrectly entered item immediately after entering it.

8

. Clear Key Used to clear an error that displays the erro r code “Err” or an amount you entered in error.

9

. Paid-out Key Used to register cash amounts taken out of the cash drawer that are not transactions ; i.e., petty cash.

10

. Received on account Key Used to register money received on account.

This key is also used for programming.

11.

Add Percentage Key Used to add a percentage.

Used to give a discount as a percentage of an item.

13

. Minus Key Used to discount a certain amount or subtract an amount of an item when you receive a coupon.

14

. PLU price entry and release key Used for entering the price of PLU items and temporary release of the programmed price. This key is also used for programming.

15

. Card Key

16

. Non-add/Subtotal Key

Used to receive the payment by card.

Used to print a non-add code and to display a subtotal during operations. This key is also used for programming.

17

. Total Key Used to display a subtotal including tax. This key is also used for programming and for issuing 2nd receipt.

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. Cash Key Used to register the amount of cash tendered by the customer, complete the sales transaction and display the amount of change due. This key is also used for programming and for issuing reports.

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. Numeric Keys

20

. Department Keys

21

. Point Key

1 to 00 Used for entering numbers.

1 to 10 Used to classify the source of merchandises.

This key is used to enter decimal values.

4.1. Before Registration

Before operating the cash register, please check the following:

A. Confirm all the programming is completed; (See the related chapters/sections if it’s necessary to make changes.)

B.

Make sure the paper roll is installed correctly; (See the description of “paper installation” on page 5.)

C.

Insert the manager’s key (MA) or the operator’s key (OP) into the control lock and turn the lock to the “R” position; (See the “Control lock and its functions”.)

D. If the clerk password has been set, please enter the clerk password, and then press the ID ON/OFF key to register.

The following example shows how to perform the clerk registration.

(Clerk password)

NOTE

●If an error code is shown on the display, press CLEAR key to clear the error code and enter the clerk password.

●If the cash register is not functioning during the transaction, please reset the cash register. (See the “System reset” for more details.)

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4.2. Basic Operation

This section shows how basic cash register operations are performed.

4.2.1 Single-item cash sale

The single item cash sale is a function which allows you to shorten the number of key strokes when registering a single item for a cash s ale. To register an item as “single item cash sale”, just press the department key. When you press a department key which has a “single item cash” function, the transaction ends automatically without pressing the CASH key. This function provides quick operation if your store sells a lot of items for cash sale.

The following example shows how to sell Department 1 (unit price $ 50.00) with single-item sale. DEPT01 $50.00

------------------------

Press the key

ITEM CT 1

------------------------

CASH $50.00

------------------------

2009-12-15 10:20

CLERK 1 0001

NOTE

------------------------

●If the preset unit price for the department is the correct price for the item, you do not need to enter the price.

●If you need to temporarily cancel the single item sales of the department, press the

ENT RLS key before the registration of single item sales department.

●If one department is set as single item sale (department flag #3 is set 1), the PLU linked to that department will also be a single item sale.

4.2.2 Multiple-item Entries

You can register a number of items in a single transaction. The following example shows how to sell (PLU 14, PLU 16 and PLU 126):

Example: (The price of PLU 14 is $10.00, the price of PLU 16 is $30.00 and the price of PLU 126 is $100.00)

  

 

PLU 0014 $10.00

PLU 0016 $30.00

PLU 0126 $100.00

------------------------

ITEM CT 3

------------------------

CASH $140.00

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4.2.3 Multiplication Entries

Your cash register can perform multiplication to register multiple identical items. The following example shows how to sell 2 of the same item for PLU 126.

Example:

   

4.2.4 Repeated Entries

2X $100.00

PLU 0126 $200.00

------------------------

ITEM CT 2

------------------------

CASH $200.00

------------------------

Your register allows you to perform repeated entries. The following example shows how to repeat 3 of PLU code 14.

PLU 0014 $10.00

Example:

PLU 0014 $10.00

PLU 0014 $10.00

    

SUB-TTL $30.00

------------------------

ITEM CT 3

------------------------

CASH $30.00

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4.2.5 Check, card, charge and coupon sale

This section explains how to operate the cash register when you do not receive cash for the sale.

4.2.5.1 Check sale

You can register sale paid by check with the CHECK key.The following example shows how to enter the sales information when the customer pays by check for

$ 200.00 item from PLU.

Example:

PLU 0150 $200.00

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 

ITEM CT 1

------------------------

CHECK

$200.00

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4.2.5.2 Card sale

You can register a card transaction with the CARD key.The following example shows how to enter the sales information when the customer pays by credit card for $200.00 item from PLU.

PLU 0150 $200.00

Example:

------------------------

 

ITEM CT 1

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CARD $200.00

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If System Flag 7 #2 is set at “0”, disable to override the CARD key operation

If System Flag 7 #2 i s set at “1”, enable to override the CARD key operation

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4.2.5.3 Charge sale

When the customer charges their purchase, you can enter the sales amount charged by the customer with CHRG key. The following example shows that the customer is charging $200.00.

PLU 0150 $200.00

Example:

------------------------

ITEM CT 1

 

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4.2.5.4 Coupon sale

CHARGE

$200.00

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A Coupon transaction is handled as one of the payment keys. If the System Flag 3 #6 is set at “0”, do give the change in returned whilst tendering a coupon.

The following example shows how to pay for the PLU 150 by coupon amount of

$500.00.

  

Print out, see A

If System Flag 3

#6 is set at “1”, do not give the change in return while tendering by coupon.

  

Print out, see B

PLU 0150 $200.00

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PLU 0150 $200.00

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ITEM CT 1

------------------------

TOTAL

ITEM CT 1

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TOTAL

$200.00

CPN TD $500.00

$200.00

CPN TD $500.00

CHANGE $300.00

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CHANGE $0.00

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(A) (B)

NOTE

●To allocate the function of [CHECK], [CARD], [CHARGE] or [COUPON] to the keyboard, see Chapter 3.13

“Key Function Setting” for the details;

●The balance amount of the coupon without changes will be printed in the coupon balance of the full report. See Chapter 5

“Read and Reset Report” for the details.

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4.2.6 Split payment

If the customer pays with more than one type of payment, enter the amount partially paid and press the appropriate tendering key. The new balance will be displayed each time until the transaction has been fully paid.

Example: Below shows how to pay with check and cash for sales of PLU 150.

 

PLU 0150 $200.00

------------------------

ITEM CT 1

 

------------------------

TOTAL

$200.00

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CHECK TD $50.00

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CASH $150.00

NOTE

------------------------

●the payment is made by the charge key, it shall be entered last, otherwise an error will occur. Payment by the Card key should be done at the end of finalization.

Otherwise an error will occur.

4.2.7 Change Calculation

Change calculation when finalizing

Your register can calculate the change due when the amount received from a customer is more than the sales amount.

The following example shows how to enter an amount of $ 200.00 received from a customer when you are selling 12 items of PLU 14 for $ 10.00.

  

 The display shows the amount “$120.00”.

Enter the amount received from the customer, and the display shows “$ 200.00”.

 Then the display shows “ $ 80.00” for change..

12X $10.00

PLU 0014 $120.00

SUB-TTL $120.00

------------------------

ITEM CT 12

------------------------

TOTAL

$120.00

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CASH TD $200.00

NOTE

CHANGE $80.00

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●You can not do change calculation for a charge sale.

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4.2.8 Discounting with the [-] key

This section describes how to operate the cash register when discounting a certain amount from the price of an item or from the total price. You can either use the reset discount amount or enter the amount of the discount manually from the keyboard. For instructions about setting the discount amount, see the “[-] setting” in Chapter 3.9.

4.2.8.1 Operation for single item

The following example shows how to give a discount amount of $ 7.80 for an item.

DEPT01 $10.00

DEPT03 $30.00

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2)   

ITEM CT 2

------------------------

CASH $32.20

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NOTE

●The above item discount is applied for single item (minus to the last entered item)

4.2.8.2 Operation for the total

The following example shows how to give a discount amount of $ 20.00 to the total.

4X $100.00

PLU0014 $400.00

DEPT03 $300.00

1)    

SUB-TTL $700.00

2)   

-G $20.00

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The display shows “680.00”.

ITEM CT 5

------------------------

CASH $680.00

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NOTE

●The above total discount will be applied when Subtotal or Total key is pressed.

4.2.9 Using the discount [-%] key and surcharge [+%] key

This section describes how to operate the cash register when giving a percentage discount or adding a percentage surcharge to the price of an item or to the total price.

You can use the preset percentage rate or you can enter the percentage with ten-keys. For instructions about setting discount percentage amount, see the

“programming the +% and -% keys” in Chapter 3.9.

4.2.9.1 Operation for single item

When you want to add a preset percentage to the price of an item, do the following.

  

PLU0014 $100.00

+%N 10% $10.00

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ITEM CT 1

------------------------

CASH $110.00

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When you want to discount by percentage to the price of an item, do the following.

   

1)   

PLU0014 $100.00

-%N 12% $12.00

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ITEM CT 1

------------------------

CASH $88.00

NOTE

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●The discount or surcharge amount will be subtracted from (or added to) the sales amount of an individual department or PLU in case of the above operation.

4.2.9.2 Operation for the total

When you want to discount by percentage from the total amount, do the following.

10X $100.00

PLU0014 $1,000.00

2X $50.00

2)   

PLU0126 $100.00

SUB-TTL $1,100.00

3)   

-%G 5% $55.00

------------------------

ITEM CT 12

------------------------

CASH

$1,045.00

NOTE

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●The discount (or surcharge) will be subtracted (or added) to the total amount after pressing subtotal or total.

4.2.10 Void operation

You can void items you have registered prior to the last item. To void items entered earlier, use the VOID key.

The following example shows how to void the first item registered during this transaction.

PLU0014 $100.00

PLU0126 $150.00

1)   

-VOID-

PLU0014 $100.00

2)   

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ITEM CT 1

------------------------

CASH $150.00

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NOTE

●If an error ‘E 4’ shows on the display when pressing VOID key, please refer to system flag 7 #3.

*To allocate the VOID key to your keyboard, see Chapter 3.13

“Key Function Setting” for details.

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4.2.11 Error correction operation

You can void an item which you have registered immediately after you register it. To void the mistakenly registered item, press the EC key immediately after registering the item. The following example assumes that you entered PLU 126 but need to correct it to PLU 14.

1)  

PLU0126 $150.00

-VOID-

PLU0126 $150.00

2)  

PLU0014 $100.00

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ITEM CT 1

------------------------

CASH $100.00

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The [EC] key can also be used to correct the discount amount.

PLU0014 $100.00

1)   

-N $0.10

( a wrong key is pressed)

-VOID-

2) 

-N $0.10

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ITEM CT 1

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NOTE

●EC key cannot be operated after subtotal or total key.

CASH $100.00

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●If an error ‘E 4’ shows on the display when pressing EC key, please refer to system flag 7 #3.

4.2.12 Cancel

This CANCEL key can cancel all registered items of the current operation.

The following example shows how to cancel items of the Department1 and

Department 3 registered using the key.

1)

DEPT01 $12.00

DEPT03 $10.00

2)  

**CANCEL**

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4.2.13 Return merchandise operation

This section describes how to operate the cash register when your customer returns item(s) which he or she bought before. If you register the returned item, it will be printed on the report. There are two ways of return operations.

1) To start registration with RTN key:

All the items during the transaction will be registered as returned items.

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Example :

1)  

2) 

3)  

RETURN

DEPT01 $20.00

-2X $ 5.00

DEPT03 $10.00

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ITEM CT -3

------------------------

CASH $-30.00

------------------------

NOTE

In this case, you can tentatively clear the return operation by pressing the RTN key again. Then the item after the second RTN key will be registered as normal sale items with positive value, but after that the ECR will go back to return mode.

Example :

RETURN

DEPT01 $20.00

1)  

-VOID-

2X $ 5.00

2)  

DEPT02 $10.00

DEPT03 $1.00

3) 

------------------------

ITEM CT 0

3)  

------------------------

CASH $-11.00

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2) To start as normal sale transaction and insert RTN operation.

In this case an item after the RTN key will be solely registered as a returned item, but the other items will be registered as normal sale ones.

Example :

DEPT01 $20.00

1) 

RETURN

-2X $ 5.00

DEPT02 $10.00

2)  

DEPT03 $1.00

------------------------

3) 

4)

 

ITEM CT 0

------------------------

CASH $11.00

------------------------

NOTE

●If an error ‘E 4’ shows on the display when pressing RTN key, please refer to system flag 7 #3.

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4.2.14 Password for VOID, EC, RETURN operation

1) Flag 7 #3 set to 1

2) X password must be set

For example, X password is 1234:

(1) VOID

Password

  price

-VOID-

DEPT01 $10.00

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ITEM CT -1

------------------------

CASH $-10.00

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(2) RETURN

Password price

 

RETURN

DEPT01 $10.00

------------------------

ITEM CT -1

------------------------

CASH $-10.00

------------------------

(3) EC

DEPT01 $10.00

-VOID-

Price

 

DEPT01 $10.00

------------------------

ITEM CT 0

------------------------

CASH $0.00

Password

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NOTE

●If X password is not set, you don’t need a password when you use VOID, EC and

RETURN.

●If flag 7#3 is setting 1 and X password have been set, and when you try to do Void,

EC or RETURN without entering a password,

‘E4’ will be displayed.

4.2.15 Received on account and paid out

This section describes how to operate when you enter an amount received on account RA and a non-sales amount removed from the drawer PO. For example, you can enter an amount of petty cash with PO key when you pay for something necessary for your shop from the cash drawer.

Example A: The following example shows how to register $ 250.00 received on account by cash.

R/A $250.00

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R/A CA

$250.00

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Example B: The following example shows how to register the $ 25.00 petty cash removed from the drawer.

P/O $25.00

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P/O CA

$25.00

NOTE

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●Information related to amount received on account or paid out will be printed in the report, see Chapter 5

“Read and Reset Report” for details.

4.2.16 Changing money and opening drawer

This section explains how to operate when changing money, and how to open the drawer without making a sale.

A. Changing money:

When a customer requests money change, you may use the function to help him/her.

The amount received from the customer. The amount will be printed as no sale value in the report but it is not added to total sales amount. The following example shows how to change $ 50.00.

5000#

 

NOSALE #0

Example

------------------------

NOTE

●This function also can be used for operator identification.

1234#

PLU0100 $1.00

------------------------

ITEM CT 1

 

------------------------

CASH $1.00

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B. Opening the drawer without making a sale

The cash register allows you to open the drawer without making a sale. To open the drawer, just press the key.

NOSALE #0

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4.2.17 Correcting numbers or price that have been entered

The cash register allows you to correct the numbers you have entered with the numeric keys. To correct an incorrect number, press the CLEAR key immediately after entering the number.

The following example shows how to use the CLEAR key to correct the mistaken

PLU number.

1)  

PLU0014 $100.00

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Error number Correct number

ITEM CT 1

------------------------

2) 

CASH $100.00

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When the display shows an error, you can press the CLEAR key to clear the error.

1)   (error)

2) (clear the error flag)  

NOTE

●See Appendix 2 “Error codes and message” for the meanings of error codes and the countermeasures.

4.2.18 Printing a second receipt

The cash register allows you to print a second receipt by setting a flag. After one sale transaction is finished, the second receipt of this transaction can be printed by pressing the CASH key. How to print the second receipt is shown as below:

   

Original receipt A Second Receipt

PLU0014 $100.00

COPY RECEIPT

PLU0126 $15.00

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PLU0014 $100.00

ITEM CT 2

PLU0126 $15.00

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------------------------

CASH $115.00

ITEM CT 2

------------------------

------------------------

CASH $115.00

NOTE

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●To use this function, set System Flag 4 #7 at “1”, which will enable the second receipt function. However, if the receipt is off (see the next section ‘Receipt ON/OFF’), you can print the original receipt by the above operation regardless of the selection of the system flag.

4.2.19 Receipt ON/OFF

You can control printing of receipts by setting your cash register in Receipt On or Off mode. The ID ON/OFF key works as Receipt on/off key when it is pressed directly without any numeric key pressed. Each time you press an ID ON/OFF key directly, the Receipt On/Off mode will change.

Receipt ON/Off indicator is on the left-most digit on the display. When the indicator is off, the cash register is in Receipt ON mode.

NOTE

●To use this function, set the System Flag 1 #8 at “0”.

●When you input any number up to 4 digits followed by ID ON/OFF key, the key works as clerk identification key.

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4.2.20

Changing the unit price at the “Registration” position

The cash register allows you to change the department or PLU price temporarily during transaction. The following examples show how to change the department or

PLU price.

A. Temporary change of the department price

The following example shows how to change the programmed price of Department 1

($ 100) to $ 120.

 

DEPT01 $120.00

------------------------

ITEM CT 1

------------------------

CASH $120.00

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B. Temporary change of the PLU price

The following example shows how to change the programmed price of PLU 12

($ 100) to $ 120.

 

PLU0012 $120.00

------------------------

ITEM CT 1

------------------------

CASH $120.00

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4.2.21 Item tickets function

This section describes how to print item tickets.

A. Turn the co ntrol lock to the “P” position;

B.

Set the System Flag 1 #5 at “1”,and set the Department and PLU.

C.

Turn the control lock to the “R” position.

Using the item tickets function:

Link PLU1 ($ 100) to Department 1 ($ 110);

Link PLU 2 ($ 200) to Department 2 ($ 150);

      

Normal receipt

DEPT01 $110.00

DEPT01 $110.00

DEPT02 $150.00

PLU0001 $100.00

PLU0002 $200.00

------------------------

ITEM CT 5

------------------------

( ticket will print after the normal receipt )

------------------------

CASH $670.00

Sample of item ticket

DEPT01 2X

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DEPT02 1X

-------------------------

PLU0001 1X

-------------------------

PLU0002 1X

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4.3. Other Operations

4.3.1 Time or date display

The cash register allows you to view the current time or date at the “R” position in the non-sales state.

Here is an example:

 

(Display date) (Display time )

NOTE

●After finalizing a bill, you can press X/TIME to show the current date and press again to show the time.

●The time is displayed in 24hrs system.

4.3.2 Clerk login and clerk change during a transaction

This section describes how to change the clerk ID during a sales transaction.

Turn the control lock to the “Registration” position:

A. Clerk Login

[X] [X] [X] [X] 

(Enter a Clerk ID)

B. Change clerk ID during transaction

(Sales)  [X] [X] [X] [X]  

(Enter a new clerk ID)

NOTE

●To activate the above function, please set the System Flag 3 #1 at “1”, otherwise, this function will not work.

4.3.3 Clerk log out

After a clerk logs out, the cash register cannot be operated unless a valid clerk ID logs in again.

To log out clerk ID

NOTE

●The clerk cannot perform log out if a sales transaction is not finished.

4.3.4 Department shift

One department key can be shifted by the SHIFT key to another department key.

The following example shows how to register an item of Department 11.

The operation is as follows:

  

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DEPT11 $1.00

------------------------

ITEM CT 1

------------------------

CASH $1.00

------------------------

NOTE

●For details about SHIFT key function, see Chapter 3.10 “System Flag 4 #5 and 4

#6”.

●To allocate the SHIFT key to your keyboard, see Chapter 3.13 “Key Function

Setting

” for details.

4.3.5 Using [DEPT] key

ENT RLS key can be used to enter a unit price of a department which is not located on keyboard.

The operation is as follows:

DEPT16 $5.00

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   

ITEM CT 1

------------------------

CASH $5.00

------------------------

NOTE

●To allocate the DEPT key to your keyboard, see Chapter 3.13 “Key Function

Setting

” for details.

4.3.6 Calculator Mode

Press CAL key to enter calculator mode. In this mode, DEPT1 is ‘+’ key, DEPT2 is

‘-’ key , DEPT3 is ‘×’ key , DEPT4 is ‘÷’ key and CASH is ‘=’ key. Press CAL key again to exit calculator mode.

It’s allowed to execute the operation of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division continuously, finally press = key to get the result.

Before pressing = key, number keys and calculation keys can be input repeatedly. In order to input number conveniently, the input number will be cleared after pressing the calculation key.

The operation is as follows:

Example(1):

(enter calculator mode)

    

NOTE

●Calling function of calculation result, 4700 will be displayed.

4.3.7 Training Mode

This cash register allows you to train a new operator to use the cash register. To train an operator, first activate the training mode and then allow the operator to use the

ECR.

When the training is finished, be sure to return to the normal operation mode.

To go to the training mode:

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1

. Turn the control lock to the “X” position.

2

. Enter “the training password number” and press the CARD Key.

(See chapter 3.11 training password)

3

. Turn the control lock to the “R” position.

4. Start training.

The operation is as follows:

 

DEPT01 $100.00

------------------------

ITEM CT 1

------------------------

CASH

TRAINING symbol will be printed

TRAINING

$100.00

To leave the training mode:

1

. Turn the control lock to the “X” position.

------------------------

2. E

nter “the training password number” and press the CARD Key.

3

. Turn the control lock to the “R” position.

4. Resume normal operation.

NOTE

●The journal will not be saved during training mode.

●During training mode, you can only use TOTAL, CARD and ID keys in X and Z position.

TOTAL to print training report

CARD to start/leave training mode. (training password->CARD )

ID to enter X /Z password. (password->ID key)

4.3.8 Foreign Currency

1. To sell and get paid in FC 1. To enter tendered amount 10.00 (price in local)

currency 

 

DEPT01 $10.00

------------------------

ITEM CT 1

------------------------

TOTAL

$10.00

(TTL FCRATE 7.97)

FCRATE1 7.97

(CASH TD $10.00)

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2. To sell and get paid in FC1 with tendered amount entry, change to pay in local

currency 

  

DEPT01 $10.00

------------------------

ITEM CT 1

------------------------

TOTAL

$10.00

(TTL FCRATE 7.97)

FCRATE1 8.00

(CASH TD $10.04)

CHANGE $0.04

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3. To sell and be paid and pay back change all in FC1 currency

currency 

DEPT01 $10.00

------------------------

  

ITEM CT 1

------------------------

TOTAL

$10.00

(TTL FCRATE 7.97)

FCRATE1 8.00

(CASH TD $10.04)

FC_CG 0.03

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How to enter with FC key :

 [ ]*

DEPT01 $10.00

------------------------

ITEM CT 1

------------------------

 

TOTAL

$10.00

(TTL FCRATE 7.97)

 

(to pay 2.00 in FC1 and the rest in local currency)

FCRATE1 2.00

(CASH TD $2.51)

------------------------

CASH $7.49

------------------------

* can be 1 to 4 (FC rates need to be programmed separately)

*

See section ‘’3.11 Programming other functions – Foreign Currency Conversion’’

*To allocate the FC key to your keyboard, see Chapter 3.13

“Key Function Setting”. for details.

4.3.9 $100 Sale

Example∶The following to sell Department1.

1)  

DEPT01 $100.00

------------------------

ITEM CT 1

------------------------

TOTAL

$100.00

CASH TD $100.00

CHANGE $0.00

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*To allocate the $100 key to your keyboard, see Chapter 3.13

“Key Function Setting” for details.

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5. Read and Reset Report

5.1 Printing general reports

You may check daily sales information by two methods available within the cash register, and print 13 types of reports.

Turn the control lock to the “X” position and press the corresponding REPORT key to print the Read Report.

Turn the control lock to the “Z” position and press the corresponding REPORT key to print the Reset Report.

This cash register can provide two types of reports: daily report and periodical report.

The daily report can be divided into daily read (X1) and daily reset (Z1) report; and the periodical report can be divided into periodical read (X2) and periodical reset

(Z2).You can use the read report to check the current sales information or data.

You can print daily or periodical report in

“X” or “Z” mode. But after issuing Z report, the sales data will be reset.

NOTE

●You can print the periodical reports (Z2) by pressing the PO key before the corresponding REPORT key.

Table of available reports, see Appendix 3

“Sample reports” for details:

“X” position “Z” position

Report name

(Read report)

X1

(Daily)

X2

(Periodical)

(Reset report)

Z1

(Daily)

Z2

(Periodical)

Key operation

Full GROUP DEPT

SALES

FULL

DEPARTMENT

SALES

[DEPT X](any department)

[ENT/RLS][DEPT X]

(any department)

INDIVIDUAL PLU

SALES

FULL PLU SALES

√ √ √

XXXX (PLU No.)

[ENT/RLS]

XXXX (PLU No.)[PLU]

[ENT/RLS][PLU]

IND. PLU LINK to

DEPT

FULL PLU LINK to

DEPT

INDIVIDUAL

CLERK

√ √ √

[X/TIME] XX (Department

No.)[PLU]

[X/TIME][PLU]

ALL CLERK

SALES

[ENT/RLS]XXXX (Clerk ID)

[ID ON/OFF]

[ENT/RLS]

[ID ON/OFF]

[CASH] FULL REPORT

DRAWER

REPORT

HOURLY REPORT

√ √ √ √ [CHECK]

CASH

DECLARATION

√ √

[ENT/RLS][X/TIME]

[EC]N (counting)

[X/TIME]N (unit)

[RA] …[CASH]

TRAINING

REPORT

√ √ √ √

[TOTAL]

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NOTE

1) The report number will count up as each report is printed.

2) It is recommended that you take Z report daily, because the accumulated sales total and quantity totalizer may go wrong when these limits are exceeded (10 digits for sales total and 5 digits for quantity.) To make a warning for Z-full report, please set the Flag 5#8=1.

3) Training report can be printed while the ECR is in Training mode and not in normal report mode.

5.2 Search of particular report (display-only)

The particular data can be displayed when necessary.

The specific operation is described as below:

1)

Turn the control lock to the “X” location;

1. Net sales total:

2. Cash total:

3. Charge due total:

4. Check total:

5. Coupon total:

6. Total received on account: 

7. Total paid out: 

8. Total of cash in drawer: 

9. Card total: 

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5.3 USB memory for Uploading and Downloading data

The Cash Register can use USB memory for Uploading and Downloading data directly (Uploading data means write the setting contents from USB memory to Cash

Register, Downloading data means write the settings or reports from Cash Register to USB memory.)

The operation is as follows

(The operations of following data can just be performed at the Z position):

Downloading Data:

1)  

Writing the setting data of DEPT , CLERK , MainFlag , KeyLayOut , Word , Discount ,

Basic , Logo to the USB memory.

When you start to write the USB memory, the screen will display as follows: when write the USB memory stick, Please do not take any operation,and don't pull the USB memory stick out from the cash register.

After finish writing, The screen demonstrates 0.00.

2)  

Writing the PLU setting data to USB memory.

3)  

Writing the daily reports of DEPT , HOURLY , transaction , CLERK Net sales , Clerk tax, CLERK VOID, CLERK Return , CLERK no sales to USB memory.

4)  

Writing the PLU daily reports to USB memory.

5)  

Writing the periodical reports of DEPT,Transaction, Clerk Net Sales, Clerk tax ,Clerk

VOID, Clerk Return and Clerk no sales to USB memory.

6)  

Writing the PLU periodical reports to USB memory.

7)  

Writing the full reports of DEPT,Transaction,Clerk Net Sales, Clerk tax,Clerk void,

Clerk return and Clerk no sales to USB memory

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8)  

Writing the PLU full reports to USB memory.

Uploading Data

1)  

Writing the USB memory setting data of DEPT , Clerk , MainFlag , KeyLayOut , Word ,

Discount , Basic and Logo to Cash Register.

2)  

Writing the PLU setting data from USB memory to Cash Register.

USB memory Transfer data File Name corresponding to the table

Function FileName Function FileName

DEPT data DEPT.TXT PLU data

CLERK data

MainFlag data

CLERK.TXT

MAINFLAG.TXT

KeyLayOut data

-,-%,+% data

Word data WORD.TXT Logo data

Basic data Basic.txt DEPT daily reports

HOURLY daily reports

CLERK Net sales daily reports

CLERK Return daily reports

Clerk tax daily reports

DEPT periodical reports

Clerk Net Sales periodical reports

Clerk return periodical reports

Clerk tax periodical reports

DEPT full reports

HOURD.TXT

CLKNSD.TXT

CLKRTND.TXT

CLKTAXD.TXT

DEPTP.TXT

CLKNSP.TXT

CLKRTNP.TXT

CLKTAXP.TXT

Transaction daily reports

CLERK VOID daily reports

CLERK no sales daily reports

PLU daily reports

Transaction periodical reports

Clerk void periodical reports

Clerk no sales periodical reports

PLU periodical reports

DEPTFULL.TXT Transaction full reports

Clerk Net Sales CLKNS.TXT Clerk void full reports

PLU.TXT

KEY.TXT

DISCOUNT.TXT

LOGO.TXT

DEPTD.TXT

TRND.TXT

CLKVD.TXT

CLKNOSD.TXT

PLUD.TXT

TRNP.TXT

CLKVP.TXT

CLKNOSP.TXT

PLUP.TXT

TRNFULL.TXT

CLKVF.TXT

Clerk return full reports CLKRTNF.TXT Clerk no sales full reports

Clerk tax full reports CLKTAXF.TXT PLU full reports

CLKNSF.TXT

PLUFULL.TXT

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APPENDIX

Appendix 1: PC communication mode

This cash register allows communication with PC Use USB port. The control lock must be at

“L” position.

This cash register with the U disk communication allows communication with The control lock must be at "Z" position.

Appendix 2: Error codes and message

Error code

E 1

Countermeasure

E 2

E 3

E 4

E 5

E 6

E 7

E 8

E 9

E c

E r

EP1

You made a wrong key operation. Please press CLEAR key to cancel.

The amount entered is too large. Please press the CLEAR key to cancel it and enter again.

The registration is not finished. Press CASH to end the registration.

The password of report programming or printing are not entered. Press the CLEAR key and register by password.

Clerk ID is not entered. Please press the CLEAR key to cancel and register the cashier and enter a clerk ID.

The system is in error. Please press the CLEAR key to recover the system.

The tender amount is not entered. Please press the CLEAR key and then enter the tender amount.

ID ON/OFF key is pressed, and the Receipt ID ON/OFF is ineffective.

See the information of System Flag 1 #8.

Shown when you turn the control key to other position than P while you are programming tax table. Turn back to P and finish the tax table programming.

The memory for items registration exceeds the capacity. Please finish the sales by pressing finalizing keys.

The report memory is full, please print the “Z” report (including daily report and periodical report).

The printer head is too hot. The error will be automatically cleared as the printing head cools down.

The printer is short of paper. Please install paper. EP2

E

E B

Uncertain error. Please press the CLEAR key to recover.

Battery low, please change your battery

BAT LO Battery too low, please change your battery immediately

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Appendix 3: Sample reports

Full report:

Discharge rate for Single item

Surcharge rate for single item

Discharge for subtoral and total

DEPT09 1. 00

CASH 1.

00

Check sale

DEPT02 1X

R/A by cash

Check in drawer

Coupon in drawer

PLU0002 1X

***** X 1 *****

FULL REPORT

DEPT01 8Q

$381.50

DEPT02 3Q

$32.00

DEPT TTL 11Q

$413.50

TTL DISC -$0.50

DEPT TTL $413.00

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NOTXBL $413.00

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GROSS TL $426.00

NET TL $413.00

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-%N 1N

$10.00

-%G N

$2.00

+%N 1N

$10.00

+%G 1N

$2.00

-N 1N

$0.50

-G 1N

$0.50

Sales quantity

Sales amount

------------------------

CASH 6N

$356.00

CHECK 1N

$12.00

COUPON 1N

$15.00

CHARGE 1N

$15.00

CARD 1N

$15.00

R/A CA 1N

$100.00

P/O CA 1N

$100.00

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Cash sale times 6

Cash sale amount 356.00

CAID $356.00

CKID $12.00

CPID $15.00

CDID $15.00

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RPRT CNT X1 1

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CLERK 1

ENT TL 10N

$413.00

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2009-12-20 14:28

CLERK 1 0013

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X1 consecutive numbers of report

OP-460

0912

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