QSR Kitchen Video

QSR Kitchen Video
QSR Kitchen Video Setup__________________________________________________________
Configuring MicroSale to work with QSR
1. Go to
Managers Menu Register Setup Register Options by Terminal Kiosk/Video Options.
a. In the Kitchen Video Setup section put a check mark in the box next to “Enable Kitchen
Video”.
b. In the “KVS Type“ drop-down menu select “QSR”, use defaults for video server name
and port number.
c. Touch “Save Video Settings” and “Save” register options before exiting out to the
Managers Menu.
2. Next, go to Managers Menu Register SetupPrinters/Devices Setup Remote Printer Setup.
a. I
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e drop-down menu for “Printer Name” select “QSRDept-1”, “QSRDept-2”, etc. for each
KDS you will be using. Use the defaults
of “None” for the “Available Printers”
and “Device Name”.
b. Touch “Save” after selecting each
QSRDept-# you will be using.
3. Lastly, go to Managers Menu Register
SetupPrinters/Devices Setup Printer Escape
Codes.
a. Select each QSRDept-# from the dropdown menu at the top labeled “Printers”.
b. Select the printer escape codes to use from the drop-down menu labeled “Types”.
c. After the codes have populated select “Save
to Printer”.
4. After the options are enabled and QSRDept-# is installed and loaded with escape codes it is now
time to assign the menu items to the correct QSRDept. Please note that only one QSRDept
should be assigned to each menu item in MicroSale. If multiple monitors are needed for each
menu item then routing categories will be created through the QSR builder to set up. DO NOT
assign more than one QSRDEPT to any menu item in MicroSale or double items will show on the
kitchen monitors.
Installing and Configuring KDS Devices Using RDSConsole
1. On the KDS CD run “KDSSetup.exe” and “RDSSetup.exe”
to install all necessary components.
2. Assign Ip Addresses
a. Go to Start Program Files or All Programs
QSR Automations RDSConsole.
b. On the menu on the left side of the screen select
“Network” to bring up the Ip assignment screen.
c. Enter the Ip address of the computer hosting the
QSR software under the Primary/Stand Alone
address field.
d. Touch the “Update All” button to assign Ip
address to the Video IDs listed. (if you do not
want the RDS to automatically assign Ip
addresses to your QSR devices you can manually
type each IP address instead of using the
“Update All” function
e. Touch “Ok” to exit when finished to get back to the main console.
3. Defining Videos
a. On the left side of the screen click on the
default device “01 – ePic Ethernet” to
bring up the “Defined Videos” screen.
b. Click the “Add” button to add another
device using the next Id available in
sequential order. Click “Add” until all
devices are defined.
c. You can also remove devices from here
by using the “Delete” button.
4. Changing Device IDs. Each individual Epic
controller requires a unique ID which is
associated to the unique Ip address set in the
previous section.
a. To change the Id of a device select the device from the “Videos Present” area and rightclick on it.
b. Select “Set Id” and us the up/down to change to the desired ID.
5. Go to start Program Files QSR Automations KDS Validator.
a. Provide QSR with the site code
displayed and they will provide you
with a validation code to enter into
the validator.
b. Touch the “Validate” button to
activate the software.
c. Touch “Close” to exit.
6. Create a shortcut to
C:\QSRAuto\KDS\Bin\KDS.exe and place it in the start menu so that KDS will load when
MicroSale does during boot up.
7. After all devices are assigned IDs, Ip addresses and are confirmed to be communicating the last
step is to custom design each screen and create QSR routing. Please refer to the “QSR KDS
Builder Pro User's Guide.pdf” for complete instructions on building KDS.
Notes: If you get the error message “Failed to Connect to Kitchen Video” when starting MicroSale
then make sure that the two files: QSRVideo.dll and QSRSockB.dll are located in the MicroSale
directory. They can be copied from the QSR folder on the FTP as well as the MicroSale CD.
Installing and Configuring CSK Devices
1. On the CSK CD run “KitchenServerSetup.exe” to install all necessary components. If prompted to
install prerequisite components please follow onscreen instructions to do so.
2. Run “ControlPointServerSetup.exe”.
If
prompted to install prerequisite
components please follow onscreen
instructions to do so.
a. During installation you will
get to the “ConnectSmart
Network Configuration”
screen. The IP address of
the current register should
populate in the large field
labeled “Ip Address”
b. If this register is the Kitchen
Video Server- Drag or copy
the Ip address into the
“Local IP address” field, the
“Primary Kitchen Server”
field, and the “Primary
Control Point Server” field.
i. Click the “Generate”
button to save
configuration.
3. Run “ControlPointClienSetup.exe”. If prompted to install prerequisite components please follow
onscreen instructions to do so.
a. During the Installation you will
get to the “Connectsmart
Network Configuration”
screen. The IP address of the
current register should
populate in the field labeled
“Local Ip Address”.
b. Copy or type the ip address
from the “Local Ip Address”
field into the fields labeled
“Primary Kitchen Server” and
“Primary ControlPoint Server”.
c. Touch the “save” button to
save settings and continue.
4. Set the Database type through
Controlpoint Builder.
a. Go to Start Program Files QSR
Automations ControlPoint Builder.
b. In the drop-down menu next to “Server
Mode” select “XML”.
c. Click “OK” to Exit.
5. Start ControlPoint Server by going to Start
Program Files QSR Automations
ControlPoint Server.
6. Configure RDS Devices (Epic Controllers)
a. Start ControlPoint Client by going to Start Program Files QSR Automations
ControlPoint. Note:
ControlPoint (Client) will not
start if the ControlPoint
server is not already
running.
b. Create a group to define
your kitchen by going to the
toolbar at the top and select
this icon
i. Click the “Add”
button.
ii. Type in group
name.
iii. Save settings.
c. Create a device by clicking
on the add device icon
.
i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
v.
vi.
In the “device Id” field set the number for the device to use.
In the “description” field type the name of the device. i.e. “Expo”
Select the type of hardware being used in the “device type” field.
Assign device to predefined group in the “device group” field.
On the Network Tab type in the Ip address you wish to assign to the device.
If a bump printer will be connected to the controller then go to the printing tab
and set printer parameters.
vii. Save settings.
7. Go to Start Program FilesQSR Automations QSR License Manager.
a. QSR will supply a license file for the specific site. Please download this file to the local
computer.
b. Open up QSR License Manager and click on the “Import” button.
c. Browse to the file downloaded in step “7a” and click “Open”.
8. Create a shortcut to “C:\Program Files (x86)\Qsr
Automations\ControlPoint\ControlPointServer\bin\ControlPointServer.exe” as well as
“C:\Program Files (x86)\Qsr Automations\ConnectSmart\KitchenServer\Bin\KitchenServer.exe”
and place it in the start menu so that KDS will load when MicroSale does during boot up.
9. After all devices are assigned IDs, Ip addresses and are confirmed to be communicating the last
step is to custom design each screen and create QSR routing. Please refer to the “ConnectSmart
Kitchen User's Guide.pdf” for complete instructions on building KDS.
Whether using KDX, KDS, or CSK it is important to have the program set to start with Windows to ensure
that there is not any issue with communication.
a. KDX- KDX.exe (C:\QSRAuto\KDX\Bin\KDX.exe)
b. KDS- KDS.exe (C:\QSRAuto\KDS\Bin\KDS.exe)
c. CSK- ControlPointServer.exe (C:\Program Files (x86)\Qsr
Automations\ControlPoint\ControlPointServer\bin\ControlPointServer.exe);
As well As, (C:\Program Files (x86)\Qsr
Automations\ConnectSmart\KitchenServer\Bin\KitchenServer.exe).
Configuring Datasets for KDS, KDX, or CSK
If using KDX, go to start Program Files QSR Automations KDX Builder to begin building your
templates. Use the following guide provided by QSR Automations: “QSR KDX Builder User's Guide.pdf”.
If using KDS, go to Start Program Files QSR Automations KDS Builder Pro to begin building your
templates. Use the following guide provided by QSR Automations: “QSR KDS Builder Pro User's
Guide.pdf”.
If using CSK, go to Start Program Files QSR Automations ConnectSmart Kitchen Server Kitchen
Builder Pro to begin building your templates. Use the following guide provided by QSR Automations:
“ConnectSmart Kitchen User's Guide.pdf”.
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