Ohio MP Terminal Manual

Ohio MP Terminal Manual
OHIO MP Lottery Terminal Manual
August 2016
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All trademarks and copyrights mentioned herein are the property of INTRALOT and/or their respective owners.
Any rights not expressly granted herein are reserved.
Declaration of Conformity
Hereby, INTRALOT declares that the MP lottery terminal is in compliance with the essential requirements and other
relevant provisions of Directives EMC 89/336/EEC and LVD 73/23/EEC.
For further information, please visit http://www.intralot.com.
Note:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of
the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged
to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help
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Ohio Lottery Trademark Usage
The following are registered and common law trademarks of the Ohio Lottery Commission.
Classic Lotto® with
KICKER™
Cash Explosion®
EZPlay®
EZPLAY® Countdown
Series and EZPLAY®
Progressive Series
QuicKeno™
Ohio 50/50™
Pick 3™
Multi-State Millions™
Raffle
Pick 4™
New Year’s Raffle
OH! Lottery®
Ohio Lottery®
EZPLAY® Tap™ Games
KENO
Pick 5™
My Lotto™ Rewards
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Ohio Lottery Trademark Usage
The following trademarks are utilized by the Ohio Lottery Commission under licenses with or with the permission of
third parties.
Mega Millions® is a registered trademark of the Illinois Lottery Program of the Illinois Department of Revenue.
Megaplier® is a registered trademark of the Texas Lottery Commission used under License.
Powerball and Power Play® are registered trademarks of the Multi-State Lottery Association.
Lucky for Life® is a registered trademark of the Lucky for Life Association.
Pharaoh’s Gold® is a registered trademark of the Maryland State Lottery Agency.
Lucky Bet® is a registered trademark of GTECH Corporation.
Booster™ is a trademark of GTECH Corporation.
"Cash 5™" which is used in conjunction with the Lottery's mark for "Rolling Cash 5™" is used pursuant to a license
agreement with the Texas Lottery Commission.
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MP Lottery Terminal Manual
Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1. TERMINAL OVERVIEW .............................. 6
1.1. MP TERMINAL .....................................................6
1.2. ELECTRICAL SAFETY WARNING .................................7
1.3. ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE WARNING.......................7
1.4. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ...........................................7
1.5. PRECAUTIONS FOR HANDLING..................................8
1.6. THERMAL PRINTER ................................................8
1.7. BILL VALIDATOR ...................................................8
1.8. TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS ..................................9
1.8.1. OPERATING CONDITIONS ........................................ 9
CHAPTER 2. BASIC OPERATIONS ................................ 10
2.1. ENTERING THE RETAILER MENU..............................10
2.1.1. NORMAL OPERATIONAL MODE.............................. 10
2.1.2. MAINTENANCE MODE .......................................... 11
2.2. RETAIL MANAGER MAIN MENU .............................12
CHAPTER 3. ACCOUNTING MENU .............................. 13
3.1. DESCRIPTION .....................................................13
3.2. SERVER ACCOUNTING ..........................................13
3.3. SALES REPORTS ..................................................14
3.4. WEEKLY INVOICE REPORT .....................................15
3.5. SHIFT REPORT ....................................................16
3.5.1. RECONCILING CASH .............................................. 16
3.6. PAY VOUCHER (CLEAR CR) REPORT / VOUCHER ......... 17
3.6.1. PAY VOUCHER / CLEARING CUSTOMER CREDITS....... 17
CHAPTER 4. HISTORY MENU...................................... 18
4.1. DESCRIPTION .....................................................18
4.3. TICKETS HISTORY ................................................19
4.4. PRINT A PENDING TICKET ......................................19
CHAPTER 5. MACHINE SETTINGS MENUS ................... 20
5.1. DESCRIPTION .....................................................20
CHAPTER 6. DIAGNOSTICS MENU .............................. 21
6.1. DESCRIPTION .....................................................21
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6.2. DIAGNOSTICS MENU BUTTONS ..............................21
6.2.1. TEST DEVICES..................................................22
6.2.2. TEST DEVICES PARAMETERS .................................. 22
6.3. DEVICE STATUS ..................................................23
6.3.1. DEVICE STATUS SCREEN........................................ 23
CHAPTER 7. MISCELLANEOUS MENU ......................... 24
7.1. DESCRIPTION .....................................................24
7.2. MISCELLANEOUS MENU BUTTONS .......................... 24
7.3. REBOOT TERMINAL .............................................24
CHAPTER 8. TERMINAL BASIC OPERATIONS ............... 25
8.1. POWER ON PROCEDURE .......................................25
8.1.1. APPLYING POWER ............................................... 25
8.2. PURCHASING TICKETS ..........................................26
8.3. PLAYING CLASSIC LOTTO® WITH KICKER™ ............... 29
8.4. PLAYING KENO..................................................29
8.5. PLAYING MEGA MILLIONS ....................................30
8.6. PLAYING POWERBALL ..........................................30
8.7. PLAYING LUCKY FOR LIFE ......................................31
8.8. PLAYING OHIO 50/50 .........................................31
8.9. PLAYING PICK3 ..................................................32
8.10. PLAYING PICK4.................................................32
8.11. PLAYING PICK5.................................................33
8.12. PLAYING ROLLING CASH 5 ...................................33
8.13. PLAYING EZ PLAY..............................................34
8.14. CHECK A TICKET ................................................35
8.16. BET CARD READER.............................................35
8.17. REDEEMING TICKETS ..........................................36
CHAPTER 9. PAY VOUCHER ....................................... 37
CHAPTER 10. THERMAL PRINTER ........................... 40
10.1. BASIC OPERATIONS ...........................................40
10.1.1. LOADING A NEW PAPER ROLL ............................. 40
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Chapter 1.
Terminal Overview
1.1. MP Terminal
MP terminal is a state of the art lottery terminal that allows the computerized sale of online games. MP consists of a
metal enclosure of heavy construction (cabinet), which supports and protects the hardware and electronic units that are
included. MP cabinet stands on a metal base which provides the terminal the ideal height, in order to be ergonomically
correct for the players. The following figure presents the MP terminal:
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Top panel 17’’ TFT-LCD display
Main speakers
Main panel 17’’ TFT-LCD touch-screen display
Barcode reader gun area
Thermal printer output
Bet card reader input
Bill acceptor/validator slot
MP base
Footrest
Main door key lock
Main door handle
Maintenance switch lock
Subwoofer speaker
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1.1. Safety Indications
Attention: Please read the safety warnings and the precautions provided in the following paragraphs, to ensure
that you use your terminal safely. Do not attempt to use the terminal in any way not described in this manual.
Warning: Do not attempt to install, remove, re-cable, re-locate the MP. Always call to have an Intralot technician
perform these tasks on the equipment and the wiring.
Warning: Failure to follow these recommendations could result in serious injury to the personnel or damage to
the terminal.
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1.2. Electrical Safety Warning
Follow all applicable national regulations when making power connections and grounding or mounting
hardware.
Carefully examine the working area for possible hazards such as moist floors, ungrounded power extension
cables and missing safety grounds.
Always keep the equipment and site area clean and free of dust.
The power cables must be disconnected before installing or moving the equipment.
1.3. Electrostatic Discharge Warning
Keep the equipment in the original packaging material and sheltered in the carton box until its installation.
It is always a good practice not to wear loose clothing, jewelry or other items that could get caught in the
equipment.
Do not handle the equipment unnecessarily.
1.4. Safety Instructions
• The environment for use must be within the range specified in the environment specifications.
• Shut down the terminal immediately if it produces smoke, strange odor, or unusual noise. Unplug the
terminal, open the hatch on the base and switch the UPS off. For additional safety unplug all AC outlets from
the UPS and contact the Help Desk.
• When moving the MP terminal, make sure you carry either the cabinet or the base at both ends.
Warning: Always push the plug all the way into the power outlet. If the prongs of the power plug come into
contact with metal objects, it may result on fire or electrical shock.
Attention: Never damage, modify, stretch or excessively bend or twist the power cord. Do not place heavy
objects on the power cable. These actions may cause electrical damage and result in fire or electrical shock.
• Do not allow the power cable to be near objects that emit heat. The outer cover of the power cord
may melt resulting in fire or electrical shock.
• Never use the terminal if the power cable is bundled or knotted. Knots in the cord may result in fire
or electrical shock.
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1.5. Precautions for Handling
To use the MP terminal safely, make sure to carefully examine the precautionary measures mentioned
below, before you perform any operation to the terminal. CAUTION!!! Caution double pole/neutral fusing,
disconnect plug of power cord from socket before service. Service should always be done by an Intralot
technician. Do not pull the power cord of the terminal when it is in operation, unless in case of emergency.
Avoid opening the MP main door, in the middle of game play.
1.6. Thermal Printer
• Use only paper roll within the specification provided. For the printer use only paper roll that is not glued to
the core. The print quality or the life of the printer cannot be guaranteed if any other paper type is used
other than what is recommended.
• Do not pull the paper without opening the platen.
• Do not apply excessive force to the cable connectors. Limit the number of times to attach and detach the
connectors to 10 times.
• There are cases of discoloring of the printer paper if the printer is left unused for extended periods. If
degradation of the printer paper or other damage occurs please replace with a new roll. It is recommended
to install new printer paper because old or damaged thermal printer paper can cause improper printing or
poor paper feeds. If a new roll is not available, you should discharge the part of the paper remaining for a
long time in the paper feed path or damaged portion before using the printer. Replace with new roll when
stock is received.
• If the printer is left unused for extended periods, the platen rubber may deform making printing thinner in
some places.
• Initial print may be thin when using the printer in a cold environment because the thermal head is cold.
• When using the printer in a high temperature environment, the print may run or the characters may be
distorted.
• Avoid sudden changes of the environment even if the ambient temperature and humidity are within
standard.
• Do not use the printer in locations that are dusty, oily or exposed to metallic dust.
1.7. Bill Validator
• Avoid inserting torn, wrinkled or wet bills (banknotes) in the bill validator, as they may jam the device.
• Keep the terminal away from dust. Dust may deteriorate the accuracy of the bill acceptor.
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1.8. Technical Characteristics
1.8.1. Operating Conditions
Always verify that the characteristics of the electric mains supply are suitable for the specifications indicated on
the Identification plate of the MP terminal.
Environmental Conditions and Dimensions
The terminal should be placed in a suitable location to prevent defects, which may affect the electric and/or
mechanical safety of the device. It must be protected from rain, humidity, saline or other environmental
conditions that may influence the terminal’s safety precautions.
The following table identifies the appropriate environmental conditions for the MP terminal.
Table 1. Environmental Conditions
Environmental Conditions
Operating temperature
0°C to + 35°C
Storage temperature
-10°C to + 50°C
Permissible humidity
5% to 85% (non-condensing)
Table 2. Dimensions
Module
Dimensions
(depth × width × height)
Weight
MP Cabinet
31.7 cm × 54.0 cm × 115.7 cm
154.3 lbs/70
kgr
MP Base
57.0 cm × 56.5 cm × 70.5 cm
286.6/130
kgr
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Chapter 2.
2.1.
Basic Operations
Entering the Retailer Menu
2.1.1. Normal Operational Mode
When the terminal is in normal operation mode, a game or the game menu appears on the display.
Game Menu
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2.1.2. Maintenance Mode
The maintenance mode of the IGS software opens to LT Maintenance with the Retail Clerk, Retail Manager
and Admin menus, for auditing, controlling and configuring the terminal.
When entering the maintenance mode, the maintenance menu appears on the display:
Maintenance Menu
Select the Retail Manager button. An onscreen keyboard appears and the Retail Manager password is
required in order to gain access to the Retail Manager menu. Enter password and hit SUBMIT.
Retail Manager Password Screen
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2.2. Retail Manager Main Menu
The Retail Manager Main menu displays the following sub menus:
Retail Manager Main Menu
Accounting
Sales Today
Sales Yesterday
Sales 2Days Past
Sales 3Days Past
Sales This Week
Sales Last Week
Weekly Invoice
Life Time Sales
Configuration Reports
Event Report
Shift Report
Pay Voucher (Clear Cr)
Historical Shift Report
History
Tickets History
Bill Door
Main Door
CPU Door
Coin Door
Bills In
Machine Settings
LT Settings
Diagnostics
Test Devices
Error Accounting
View Device Status
Security Event History
Miscellaneous
Screen Test
Reboot Terminal
Shutdown Terminal
Trigger Alarms
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Chapter 3.
Accounting Menu
3.1. Description
The accounting menu is displayed by selecting the accounting button at the Retail Manager Main menu.
3.2. Server Accounting
The Server Accounting screen displays:
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Sales Today - Shows sales for the current day.
Sales Yesterday - Shows sales for previous day.
Sales 2Days Past – Shows sales for two days past.
Sales 3Days Past – Shows sales for three days past.
Sales This Week - Shows sales for the current week.
Sales Last Week – Shows sale for the previous week.
Sales 2Weeks Past – Shows sales for 2 weeks past.
Sales 3Weeks Past – Shows sales for 3 weeks past.
Weekly Invoice - Contains the current invoice for all online sales.
Life Time Sales – Shows sales for the life of the machine.
Configuration – For use by service technicians.
Event Report – Shows a list of “events” on the MP: door is opened, printer is out of paper, etc.
Shift Report – Shows total sales, cashed tickets, cash collected, cleared credits since last closed shift
report.
Pay Voucher (Clear Cr) – Return credits balance to zero and creates a voucher for the player to redeem.
Historical Shift Report – Ability to print previous shift reports.
Upon touching the PRINT button, the information displayed onscreen will be printed.
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3.3. Sales Reports
The below image shows data fields on the sales reports:
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3.4. Weekly Invoice Report
www.ohiolotter.com
ON-LINE NET DUE
INSTANT NET DUE
TOTAL NET AMOUNT DUE
0.00
0.00
0.00
EZPlay TAP GAMES
EZPlay TAP Game Sales
EZPlay TAP Win Cashes
EZPlay TAP Sales Comm
0.00
0.00
0.00
Total EZPlay TAP Sales
0.00
ONLINE GAMES
Pick 3 Sales
Pick 3 Cashes
Pick 3 Cancels
Pick 4 Sales
Pick 4 Cashes
Pick 4 Cancels
Pick 5 Sales
Pick 5 Cashes
Pick 5 Cancels
Rolling Cash 5 Sales
Rolling Cash 5 Cashes
Rolling Cash 5 Cancels
Lucky for Life Sales
Lucky for Life Cashes
Classic Lotto Sales
Classic Lotto Cashes
Classic Lotto Cancels
Mega Millions/Megaplier Sales
Mega Millions/Megaplier Cashes
RAFFLE Sales
RAFFLE Cashes
Powerball/Power Play Sales
Powerball/Power Play Cashes
CLASSIC KICKERTM Sales
CLASSIC KICKERTM Cashes
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
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0.00
WWW.OHIO LOTTERY.COM
WWW.OHIO LOTTERY.COM
Mon, Apr 25, 2014 13:45:12
--------------------------------------WEEKLY INVOICE
04/17/14 - 04/23/14
Retailer: 123456
CLASSIC KICKERTM Cancels
Multi State RAFFLE Sales
Multi State RAFFLE Cashes
EZPLAY Sales
EZPLAY Cashes
EZPlay QuicKeno Sales
EZPlay QuicKeno Cashes
Keno/Booster Sales
Keno/Booster Cashes
Keno/Booster Cancels
Ohio 50/50 Sales
Ohio 50/50 Cashes
Ten-OH! Sales
Ten-OH! Cashes
Ten-OH! Cancels
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Gross Sales
Cancels
Net Sales
0.00
0.00
0.00
Pay Voucher Cashes
Unplayed Money
Cashes
Promos
Coupons
Adjustments
Sales Comm
Cashing Comm
Cashing Bonus
Claim Bonus
Selling Bonus
Communications Charge
License Fee
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Online Net Due
0.00
INSTANT
Sales Settlements
Returns
Cashes
Promos
Coupons
Adjustments
Sales Comm
Cashing Comm
Cashing Bonus
Claim Bonus
Selling Bonus
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Instant Net Due
0.00
123456-12345 01 TR:00000000170
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3.5. Shift Report
3.5.1. Reconciling Cash
This function allows the retailer to view current shift and start a new shift/reporting period:
To view current shift press PRINT.
To close the current shift, press CLEAR. Select YES for cash collected. The shift report will print. Make sure to
collect the cash. Cash denominations reported will reflect currency in cash box. Cash should equal total cash, not
total sales. This is how the counters are zeroed out to begin the new shift/reporting period.
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3.6. Pay Voucher (Clear Cr) Report / Voucher
3.6.1. Pay Voucher / Clearing Customer Credits
The Pay Voucher (clear cr) report allows a retailer to refund the customers cash without removing the cash box,
clear credits on the machine and produce a voucher that the player can redeem later for cash.
Press Pay Voucher (clear cr) and a confirmation screen will appear. Select YES to continue. Credits will be
returned to zero and a receipt will print showing the value.
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Chapter 4.
History Menu
4.1. Description
The History menu is displayed by selecting the history button at the Retail Manager Main menu.
4.2. History Menu Buttons
Button
Main Door
Description
Displays information about the payments. The payments appear in “most recent first”
order. The last voucher ticket appears first in the list.
Displays information about the status of the main door.
Bill Door
Displays information about the status of the bill door.
Coin Door
Displays information about the status of the coin door. (Not used in the U.S.
The CPU Door History screen displays information about the status of the CPU door of
the terminal. It also displays the date and the time that each event took place.
The Bills History screen displays information about the legal paper money inserted in
the bill acceptor. The screen displays the date, the time and the denomination of the
bills inserted.
Tickets History
CPU Door
Bills In
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4.3. Tickets History
The Tickets History screen provides critical information regarding each game played. It is also where you can
print a ticket that may not have printed for some reason and is in the MP print queue.
The Tickets History screen displays:
4.4. Print a Pending Ticket
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From main menu choose History, and then press Ticket History. You will then see the above screen with
a list of tickets. You can only print a pending ticket if it actually exists in the queue.
Select the pending ticket by touching it on the list; it will highlight when you press it. Then press the RePrint button to print the pending ticket. If you select the Print button it will give you a list of the ticket
history that you see on the screen and not the pending ticket.
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Chapter 5.
Machine Settings Menus
5.1. Description
The Machine Settings menu is displayed by selecting the Machine Settings button at the Retail Manager Main
menu. This is where you can change your Retail Manager and Retail Clerk passwords.
Choose either Retail Clerk or Retail Manager depending on which you want to change by pressing the Edit
button next to the corresponding feature. A keypad will display for you to change the password.
Press LT Settings
Press LT Passwords
**Keep in mind that if you forget the password a technician will have to be dispatched to reset.***
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Chapter 6.
Diagnostics Menu
6.1. Description
The Diagnostics menu is displayed by selecting Diagnostics at the Retail Manager Main menu.
6.2. Diagnostics Menu Buttons
Button
Test Devices
View Device Status
Error Accounting
Security Event
History
Description
Allows the retailer to test the functionality of the terminal
devices.
Displays the status of the terminal peripheral devices.
Displays the hardware errors that occur to the terminal, etc.
This function is accessed when the Hotline is trouble shooting.
Displays a list with the events that occurred to the terminal.
The last event appears first in the list.
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6.2.1. Test Devices
The Test Devices screen displays:
The test devices option allows the supervisor to dynamically perform several hardware tests to the terminal
peripheral devices.
6.2.2. Test Devices Parameters
Button
Feed & Cut Printer
Description
Tests the printer by forcing the device to perform a feed and
cut.
Reset Printer
Re-initializes the printer.
Test Printer
Prints a test printer voucher.
Test Bill Validator
Re-initializes the bill validator.
Last SCARD ID
Displays dynamically the ID of the currently inserted SCARD.
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6.3. Device Status
The Device Status screen displays:
6.3.1. Device Status Screen
The screen takes a “picture” of the terminal and displays the status of its devices. The device rows present
the status codes of the hardware devices and its equivalent processes. The last four devices listed indicate
if a door is open or closed.
A GREEN (■) box will indicate the device is working properly.
A RED (■) box will indicate there is a problem with the device.
A LIGHT TURQUOIS (■) box will be displayed if the door is open.
A DARK TURQUOIS (■) box will be displayed if the door is closed.
** Please note that the SCARD Reader is not used and will display the message “SCARD Reader Not
Configured”. Also the PDC device is not used and will display the message “PDC device not present”.
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Chapter 7.
Miscellaneous Menu
7.1. Description
The Miscellaneous menu is displayed by selecting Miscellaneous at the Retail Manager Main menu.
7.2. Miscellaneous Menu Buttons
Button
Description
Screen Test
Enables the floor personnel to test the screen of the terminal.
Shutdown
Terminal
Enables the floor personnel to shutdown the terminal.
Reboot Terminal
Allows the floor personnel to reboot the terminal.
Trigger Alarms
Allows retailer to inform the central system that a peripheral is
malfunctioning.
7.3. Reboot Terminal
The following message appears on the display:
Select Yes to process or No to cancel the action.
The option enables the rebooting of the terminal.
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Chapter 8.
8.1.
Terminal Basic Operations
Power On Procedure
8.1.1. Applying Power
Upon the application of power to the MP terminal the following Checking Peripherals screen appears:
If a test fails, an appropriate message is displayed to show where the error occurred.
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8.2.
Purchasing Tickets
Place the exact amount of the money you wish to play in the bill acceptor. The amount of money played
appears at the lower right corner of the screen in the balance window, as shown on the screen below.
Games are grouped by container buttons. Touch the container icon of the game you wish to play.
The bill acceptor accepts $1, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100 bills, which can be inserted in any direction, either
side up. The pre-defined maximum cash in balance is $100. Thus, if a bill inserted exceeds the maximum
balance it is automatically rejected.
Jackpot Games: Rolling Cash 5, Classic Lotto, Ohio 50/50 and New Year’s Raffle (seasonal game).
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Bundle Play: Current Bundle Play promotion will appear on screen. Player has the ability to then purchase Bundle Play.
Mutli-State Games: Allows the player to purchase multi-state games that in which Ohio participates.
The Picks 3,4,5: Pick 3, Pick 4, & Pick 5 option to purchase.
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News & Promotions: Any current news and promotions on the MP can be read.
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8.3.
Playing Classic Lotto® with KICKER™
Select how many boards you wish to play.
Select the number of draws for the ticket to participate.
Touch SEND.
8.4.
Playing KENO
Select how many spots you wish to play.
To choose your own numbers on screen, select “Pick Your Own Numbers” and touch the numbers you want
from the pop up selection screen.
Select the number of draws for the ticket to participate.
Select the amount you wish to bet.
Select Booster, Yes or No.
Touch SEND.
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8.5.
Playing Mega Millions
Select how many boards you wish to play.
Select the number of draws for the ticket to participate.
Select Megaplier, Yes or NO.
Touch SEND.
8.6.
Playing Powerball
Select how many boards you wish to play.
Select the number of draws for the ticket to participate.
Select Power Play, Yes or No.
Touch SEND.
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8.7.
Playing Lucky For Life
Select how many boards you wish to play.
Select the number of draws for the ticket to participate.
Touch SEND.
8.8.
Playing Ohio 50/50
Select how many boards you wish to play.
Touch SEND.
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8.9.
Playing Pick3
Select the bet type.
Select MID/EVE or NEXT2.
Select the number of draws for the ticket to participate.
Select the amount you wish to bet.
Touch SEND.
To pick your own numbers on screen, touch “PICK YOUR OWN NUMBERS”. A pop-up menu will give you a panel
of numbers to choose from, when done press “DONE SELECTING” and then SEND.
8.10.
Playing Pick4
Select the bet type.
Select MID, EVE or NEXT2.
Select the number of draws for the ticket to participate.
Select the amount you wish to bet.
Touch SEND.
To pick your own numbers on screen, touch “PICK YOUR OWN NUMBERS”. A pop-up menu will give you a panel
of numbers to choose from, when done press “DONE SELECTING” and then SEND.
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8.11.
Playing Pick5
Select the bet type.
Select MID, EVE or NEXT2.
Select the number of draws for the ticket to participate.
Select the amount you wish to bet.
Touch SEND.
To pick your own numbers on screen, touch “PICK YOUR OWN NUMBERS”. A pop-up menu will give you a panel
of numbers to choose from, when done press “DONE SELECTING” and then SEND.
8.12. Playing Rolling Cash 5
Select how many boards you wish to play.
Select the number of draws for the ticket to participate.
Touch SEND.
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8.13. Playing EZ Play
Select the EZ Play game container. From there you will be able to access games by price point or play style. Once the
game is selected you wish to play, ticket will automatically print.
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8.14. Check a Ticket
With the MP’s integrated “Check-Your-Ticket” barcode reader, players may check and validate online tickets,
instant tickets and pay vouchers, as long as the MP is connected to the central system.
To check for winning tickets simply place the bottom barcode of an online ticket, instant ticket or pay voucher
under the barcode reader so that the barcode is picked up by the reader. With the motion sensor technology
integrated in the barcode reader each ticket is automatically detected and scanned instantly.
Winning tickets can be credited to the MP’s balance. The maximum winning amount allowed to be credited is
$599.99. If this amount is not exceeded, instead of claiming the winnings (cash) from the retailer, the player can
choose to purchase additional tickets up to the remaining balance. In this case, when the winning ticket is
checked, it will show a pop-up verification screen on the MP to ask if the player wants to use the winnings as a
credit on the machine. If so, press Yes. Press No if they would prefer to cash at a retailer location.
Note: Once a ticket is validated, or used for credit on the MP, it cannot be cashed again.
If after a pre-configured number of seconds the winning ticket is not scanned for a second time, the MP returns
to the previous screen.
8.15. Play It Again/QR Code
The Play it Again barcode/QR Code located at the top of on-line tickets can be used to repeat the player’s
original wager (numbers, bet amount, bet type) for the next available draw or to produce another game ticket.
If the top of the ticket is placed under the scanner, the terminal will read the PIA barcode/QR Code and a pop
up screen will ask the following: “The ticket you scanned costs $x.xx. Do you wish to play it again?” The screen
will have a Yes and No button for the player to make their choice. Choosing Yes will produce the ticket and
subtract the wager amount from the player’s balance. Choosing No will exit out of the pop-up screen, or it will
automatically exit after 10 seconds if no button is chosen.
If the PIA barcode is on a Pick3 or Pick4 ticket, a ticket will print with the same numbers, bet amount and bet
type.
For example if the Pick3/4 ticket to replay reads “Midday Only”, the replayed ticket will be for the next available
Midday draw. Similarly for “Evening Only”.
8.16. Bet card Reader
Online games and game combinations not offered via the game panel are available through the use of bet
cards.
To scan a bet card simply insert it face up in the bet card reader. If an error occurs while reading a bet card, onscreen instructions advise the player to correct the bet card and retry, mark the panel void or choose another
product.
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8.17. Redeeming Tickets
If a ticket has won and the prize won is under $599.99, then the player may choose to redeem the ticket in
order to play the same amount of money again.
1. Scan the winning ticket under the barcode reader. If it wins the
following message appears on the screen.
2. By pressing YES the amount of money appears on the screen.
Note: In case there are more than one draws an EXCHANGE TICKET is
printed out and it informs the player for the remaining draws.
In case the ticket has been previously paid the following screen
appears on the terminal.
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Chapter 9.
Pay Voucher
The voucher system will allow players to transfer funds across the entire retailer base by using the MP, MPNG,
microLOT and HEE terminals. The TVM will not be enabled to support pay vouchers.
The Cash Out Balance button will allow the player to cash out their current credit balance on the MP to a pay
voucher. Vouchers are valid for 180 days from the day printed.
When the Cash Out Balance button is pressed the Cash Out keypad will be displayed.
The Cash Out keypad will default to display the minimum amount that the player must cash out. The default
minimum amount that the player can cash out is $1.00. If the full balance amount is greater than $599.99, the
amount field will default to $1.00 unless the full balance amount minus $599.99 is greater than $1.00, in which
case the default to the full balance amount minus $599.99. The amount field on the Cash Out keypad will be
populated from right to left with the numbers. The decimal point field will be populated first.
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o
o
o
o
Cash All button – if the player selects the Cash All button, the amount field will be populated with the
total balance on the machine as long as the total balance is less than $599.99. If the total balance is
greater than $599.99, the Cash All button will update the amount field to $599.99.
Clear AMT button – if the player selects the Clear AMT button the amount field will be cleared
OK button – if the player selects the OK button a pay voucher is produced for the amount selected
Back button – if the player selects the Back button the player is returned to the screen they were on
prior to selecting the Cash Out Balance button. The balance remains unchanged on the MP when the
Back button is selected.
If the player specifies an amount less than their balance, a pay voucher is printed and the remaining balance
will allow them to continue to play. If the amount specified by the player is equal to their balance then a
voucher is produced and the session is closed.
o
o
o
If the amount specified by the player is greater than their balance, the calculator will automatically
change the amount to the balance amount unless the full balance amount is greater than $599.99. If
the full balance amount is greater than $599.99, the amount field will display $599.99.
If the player balance is greater than $599.99 and the amount specified by the player is greater than
$599.99, the calculator will automatically change the amount to $599.99.
The minimum cash out amount allowed on the Cash Out keypad will be $1.00 unless the player balance
is less than $1.00. If the player balance is less than $1.00 the Cash Out keypad will default to the player
balance and will not allow the player to change the amount. If the player balance is greater than $1.00
and the player attempts to specify an amount less than $1.00 the calculator will automatically change
to $1.00.
Examples:
• Player balance = $.80
o Default cash out amount = $.80
o Minimum cash out amount = $.80
o Maximum cash out amount = $.80
• Player balance = $75.00
o Default cash out amount = $1.00
o Minimum cash out amount = $1.00
o Maximum cash out amount = $75.00
• Player balance = $680.00
o Default cash out amount = $80.01
o Minimum cash out amount = $80.01
o Maximum cash out amount = $599.99
• Player balance = $1199.98
o Default cash out amount = $599.99
o Minimum cash out amount = $599.99
o Maximum cash out amount = $599.99
• Maximum player balance on the machine is $1199.98
o Player has a balance of $599.99 and wins $599.99
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If a prize higher than $599.99 is won, that single prize will automatically print on a voucher and the players
balance will remain on the machine. The below congratulations message will appear.
If a prize lower than $599.99 is won, but that single prize has put the terminal balance over $599.99, the
following messages will appear to alert the player that they must cash out at least a partial balance.
Notification that winnings have exceeded balance limit.
Calculator is presented for player to cash out all or partial.
Second Notification message, if player attempts press play after cancelling out of the CASH OUT message
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Chapter 10. Thermal Printer
10.1. Basic Operations
10.1.1. Loading a New Paper Roll
Step
1
Action
Unlock the main door and locate the printer on left side of interior.
Paper roll should feed from bottom up as shown. Load the paper on the spindle with the end under
the roll towards the back and over the top to point forward with the thermal side on top.
2
3
Tear off a full turn of the
from the new paper roll.
Cut the paper straight across.
paper
Note: This is important since the outer end of the paper is usually fixed to the roll with some type of
glue or self-adhesive substance that might otherwise cause paper jam or even print head damage.
4
Push backward the paper cutter/holder (green bar) and lift up.
5
6
Feed the paper through the opening at the back of the printer and under the paper cutter/holder
(green bar), then press down evenly making sure both corners click closed. The printer will now
feed, cut and eject a piece of paper around 4 3/4 inches long. This means the paper is loaded
properly. If not, please reload paper.
MP is ready to operate.
Unlock the main door and locate the printer on left side of interior. Paper roll should feed from bottom up as
shown. Load the paper on the spindle with the end under the roll towards the back and over the top to point
forward with the thermal side on top. Tear off a full turn of the paper from the new paper roll. Cut the paper
straight across.
Note: This is important since the outer end of the paper is usually fixed to the roll with some type of glue or selfadhesive substance that might otherwise cause paper jam or even print head damage.
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