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Cash Register

OP-680

MANUAL

INDEX

Overview of Steps Required to Use This Cash Register ......................................................................... 5

1. Getting to Know the Cash Register ..................................................................................................... 6

1.1 General Specifications ................................................................................................................... 6

1.2 Precautions .................................................................................................................................... 6

1.3 Part Names and Functions ............................................................................................................ 6

1.4 Control Lock and Functions ........................................................................................................... 8

1.5 Kitchen Printer General Specifications .......................................................................................... 8

1.5.1 Description .............................................................................................................................. 8

1.5.2 Installing the Paper Rolls ........................................................................................................ 8

1.5.3 To code instructions ................................................................................................................ 8

1.5.4 Link kitchen printer method ..................................................................................................... 9

2. Setting up .......................................................................................................................................... 10

2.1 System Reset (Ram Clear) .......................................................................................................... 10

2.2 Half System Reset (Half Reset) ................................................................................................... 10

2.3 Installing the Paper Rolls .............................................................................................................. 11

2.4 Installing the Batteries .................................................................................................................. 11

3. Programming Layout

(Turn the Control Lock to ‘P’ Position) ............................................................ 12

3.1 Basic Data Programming ............................................................................................................. 13

3.1.1 Programming the Date .......................................................................................................... 13

3.1.2 Programming the Time.......................................................................................................... 14

3.1.3 Programming the Transaction Number ................................................................................. 14

3.1.4 Programming the Machine Number ...................................................................................... 14

3.1.5 Programming the X 1 Report Number .................................................................................. 14

3.1.6 Programming the X 2 Report Number .................................................................................. 15

3.1.7 Programming the Z 1 Report Number .................................................................................. 15

3.1.8 Programming the Z 2 Report Number .................................................................................. 15

3.2 Department Programming ........................................................................................................... 15

3.2.1 Programming a Department Name ....................................................................................... 15

3.2.2 Programming a Department Unit Price ................................................................................. 16

3.2.3 Programming Department Flags ........................................................................................... 16

3.2.4 Programming a Department Group ...................................................................................... 17

3.2.5 Programming a HALO........................................................................................................... 17

3.3 PLU Programming ....................................................................................................................... 18

3.3.1 Programming a PLU Barcode ............................................................................................... 18

3.3.2 Programming a PLU Name ................................................................................................... 18

3.3.3 Programming a PLU Unit Price ............................................................................................. 19

3.3.4 Programming a PLU Linked Department .............................................................................. 19

3.3.5 Barcode Learning .................................................................................................................. 19

3.3.6 Searching the Barcode of a PLU .......................................................................................... 19

3.4 Tax Programming ......................................................................................................................... 20

3.4.1 Programming a Tax Type ...................................................................................................... 20

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3.4.2 Programming a Tax Rate ...................................................................................................... 20

3.4.3 Programming a Tax-Free Amount ......................................................................................... 20

3.5 Programming the [-] Key, the [+%] Key, and the [-%] Key ........................................................... 21

3.5.1 Programming the [+%] Key Rate .......................................................................................... 21

3.5.2 Programming the [+%] Key Flags ......................................................................................... 21

3.5.3 Programming the [-%] Key Rate ........................................................................................... 21

3.5.4 Programming the [-%] Key Flags .......................................................................................... 21

3.5.5 Programming the [-] Key ....................................................................................................... 22

3.6.6 Programming the [-] Key Flags ............................................................................................. 22

3.5.7 Programming the [-] Key Limit .............................................................................................. 22

3.6 System Flag Programming (Configuration Options) .................................................................... 23

3.7 Function Key Programming ......................................................................................................... 30

3.7.1 Basic Key Operation Sequence ............................................................................................ 30

3.7.2 Function Code Table ............................................................................................................. 31

3.8 Changing Transaction Name ....................................................................................................... 32

3.8.1 Changing Transaction Words................................................................................................ 32

3.8.2 Print Transaction Words Table .............................................................................................. 32

3.9 LOGO Message Programming .................................................................................................... 33

3.9.1 Programming the Number of Lines for Logo Message ......................................................... 33

3.9.2 Programming Logo Message Content .................................................................................. 33

3.10 Commercial Message Programming ......................................................................................... 34

3.10.1 Programming the Number of Lines for Commercial Message............................................ 34

3.10.2 Programming Commercial Message Content ..................................................................... 34

3.11 Foreign Currency Programming ................................................................................................ 34

3.11.1 Programming Foreign Currency Rate ................................................................................. 35

3.11.2 Programming Foreign Currency Name ............................................................................... 35

3.12 Clerk Programming .................................................................................................................... 35

3.13 Password Programming ............................................................................................................ 36

3.13.1 Programming the X Report Password ................................................................................ 36

3.13.2 Programming the Z Report Password ................................................................................ 36

3.13.3 Programming the Training Password .................................................................................. 36

3.13.4 Programming the Manager Password ................................................................................ 37

3.14 Kitchen Printer Programming .................................................................................................... 37

3.14.1 Programming Kitchen Printer Flags .................................................................................... 37

3.14.2 Programming Print Count ................................................................................................... 38

3.14.3 Programming Feed Line Number ....................................................................................... 38

3.15 Guest Programming................................................................................................................... 39

3.16 Check and Print Programming Data .......................................................................................... 39

3.17 Character Input Method ............................................................................................................. 39

3.17.1 Input Method ....................................................................................................................... 39

3.17.2 Character Input - Double Width .......................................................................................... 40

3.17.3 Switch Cursor Position ........................................................................................................ 40

3.18 Using Special Function Keys ..................................................................................................... 41

3.18.1 How to Use the [→] Key and the [←] Key during Setting Flag ........................................... 41

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3.18.2 How to Use the [→] Key and the [←] Key during Inputting the Symbol ............................. 41

3.18.3 Using the [↑] Key and the [↓] Key .................................................................................... 42

3.18.4 Using [ESC] Key ................................................................................................................. 42

3.18.5 Using [PGUP] and [PGDN] Key .......................................................................................... 42

3.18.6 Using [BKSP] Key ............................................................................................................... 42

3.18.7 Using [DEL] Key .................................................................................................................. 43

4.Cash

Register Operation (“R” mode) ................................................................................................. 43

4.1 Basic Operation ........................................................................................................................... 46

4.1.1 Single-item Cash Sale .......................................................................................................... 46

4.1.2 Multiple-item Entries ............................................................................................................. 46

4.1.3 Quantity Sales ....................................................................................................................... 47

4.1.4 Duplicate Entries ................................................................................................................... 47

4.1.5 Barcode Entries .................................................................................................................... 47

4.1.6 Check, Credit and Charge Sales .......................................................................................... 48

4.1.7 Split Payment ........................................................................................................................ 49

4.1.8 Change Calculation............................................................................................................... 49

4.1.9 Subtract with the [-] Key ........................................................................................................ 50

4.1.10 Using the Discount [-%] Key and Surcharge [+%] Key ....................................................... 51

4.1.11 Void ..................................................................................................................................... 52

4.1.12 Error Correction Operation ................................................................................................. 53

4.1.13 Cancel ................................................................................................................................. 53

4.1.14 Return Product .................................................................................................................... 53

4.1.15 Received on Account and Paid Out .................................................................................... 54

4.1.16 Opening Drawer Manually .................................................................................................. 54

4.1.17 Using [CLEAR] Key............................................................................................................. 54

4.1.18 Receipt ON/OFF ................................................................................................................. 55

4.1.19 Printing a Duplicate Receipt ............................................................................................... 55

4.1.20 Changing the Unit Price at the “R” Position ........................................................................ 56

4.1.21 PLU Price Check at the “R” Position ................................................................................... 56

4.1.22 Item Tickets Function .......................................................................................................... 57

5. Other Operations ............................................................................................................................... 57

5.1 Time or Date Display ................................................................................................................ 57

5.2 Clerk Login and Change Clerk during a Transaction ............................................................... 57

5.3 Clerk Log Out ........................................................................................................................... 58

5.4 Plu Shift .................................................................................................................................... 58

5.5 Using [DPT#] Key .................................................................................................................... 58

5.6 Calculator Mode ....................................................................................................................... 58

5.7 Training Mode .......................................................................................................................... 59

5.8 Foreign Currency ..................................................................................................................... 60

5.9 $100 Sale ................................................................................................................................. 61

6.

PBAL NBAL Operation (“R”mode) ..................................................................................................... 61

6.1 PBAL and NBAL Operation ...................................................................................................... 61

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6.2 Additional Operation................................................................................................................. 62

6.3 CKPD Operation ...................................................................................................................... 62

6.4 Change Guest Operation ......................................................................................................... 63

6.5 GLNK Operation ...................................................................................................................... 63

6.6 Cancel GLNK Operation .......................................................................................................... 64

6.7 Read Guest Sales Amount Operation ...................................................................................... 64

7. Using Kitchen Printer ......................................................................................................................... 65

7.1 Using Kitchen Printer ............................................................................................................... 65

8. Read and Reset Reports ................................................................................................................... 66

8.1 Read Report (“X” position) ........................................................................................................... 66

8.1.1 Printing Daily Reports ........................................................................................................... 66

8.1.2 Printing Periodical Reports ................................................................................................... 66

8.1.3 Search the Particular Report (Display-only) ......................................................................... 67

8.1.4 Serial Report Print ................................................................................................................. 67

8.1.5 Journal List ............................................................................................................................ 67

8.2 Reset Report (“Z” position) .......................................................................................................... 68

8.2.1 Reset Periodical Full Sales Report ....................................................................................... 68

8.2.2 Using USB Memory for Uploading and Downloading Data .................................................. 69

APPENDIX ............................................................................................................................................ 72

Appendix 1: PC communication mode .............................................................................................. 72

Appendix 2: Error codes and Messages ............................................................................................ 72

Appendix 3: Sample reports .............................................................................................................. 73

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Overview of Steps Required to Use This Cash Register

1. Understanding the Cash Register

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

See Chapter 1

2. Installing the Cash Register

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

3. Initializing the Cash Register

Initializ e the cash register’s memory, before programming.

See section 2.1

4. Installing the Batteries

Change the battery

See section 2.4

5. Installing the Paper Rolls

Install paper roll for the receipt correctly.

See section 2.3

6. Programming the Cash Register

Program items into the memory.

See Chapter 3

7. Operating the Cash Register

Perform sales transactions.

See Chapter 4

8. Review and Reset the Sales Information

Review and reset the daily sales information. You can also check the information for a period of time.

See Chapter 8

NOTICE

The information and specifications in this manual are subject to change without prior 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. Getting to Know the Cash Register

1.1 General Specifications

Name Description

Power source AC 240V±10%

Power consumption Max. 70 W

Operating environment temperature 0℃ to 40℃ (32

°

F to 104

°

F)

Storage method C-MOS RAM

Type of printer 1 station thermal printer

Printing speed Approx. 7 lines per sec

Paper roll size Width 56.5-57.5mm (2.22-2.26 inches)

Max. diameter 70mm(2.76 inches)

External dimension 400mm (Width) x 330mm (Fathom) x 230mm (Height)

15.7

”(W) x13”(F) x9.4”(H))

Weight (With NP33 cash drawer) 5.4kg (22 1b)

1.2 Precautions

Please note the following 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.

●Plug your cash register into a standard wall outlet.

Other electrical devices on the same circuit may damage the cash register.

●The outlet must be located near the equipment and easily accessible.

1.3 Part Names and Functions

5

2

1

4

3

7

6

6

1. Printer cover

2. Receipt dispenser

3. Customer display

4. Operator display

5. Control lock

6. Cash drawer

7. Keyboard

Communication port of machines

Protecting the printer

This is where the receipt comes out

Shows the customer the price, total, change due, department and PLU codes

The LCD display shows the operator the price, total, change due, department and PLU codes

Allows you to change the register mode

Stores cash, cheques etc.

Used to input sales information etc.

The two standard RJ9 communication port of machines, Max. link four Kitchen Printer.

USB communication port of machines for

USB Memory communication and PC communication and link Barcode scanner.

1.Before PC communication turn the control lock to the

“L” position. If the control lock in the other position, the communication fails.

2.USB communication ( Please refer to chapter 8.2.2

“Using USB Memory for Uploading and

Downloading Data

” for instructions.)

3. Link barcode scanner of machine. (use in the "P" or "R" position) communication port

keyboard layout

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P

L

R

X

1.4 Control Lock and Functions

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. To change the mode, use the manager's key (marked with

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

“OP”).

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” and ”R” positions.

Program

Lock

Register

Read

Used for programming

Used to lock the register

Used to process sales

Used to print reports

Z Reset Used to print and reset sales information

1.5 Kitchen Printer General Specifications

1.5.1 Description

Name Description

Power source DC 12V , 1.0A (Please using a dedicated power adapter)

Operating environment temperature 0℃ to 40℃ (32

°

F to 104

°

F)

Type of printer 1 station thermal printer

Printing speed Approx. 7 lines per sec

Paper roll size Width 56.5-57.5mm (2.22-2.26 inches)

Max. diameter 60mm(2.36 inches)

1.5.2 Installing the Paper Rolls

Please refer to chapter 2.3

“Installing the Paper Rolls” for instructions.

1.5.3 To code instructions

To change the four switches(Switch No. 1, Switch No. 2, Switch No. 3, Switch No. 4) state of the kitchen printer codes.See Fig.1. The switch is turned off when select

“ “. The switch is turned on when select

“ “. The four switches are all turned off (both choose “ “), kitchen printer code is 1.

Switch No. 1 is turned on (select

” “). Switch No. 2, Switch No. 3 and Switch No. 4 are turned off

(both select

” “), kitchen printer code is 2.

Example: kitchen printer code is 4.

1) Switch No. 1 select “ “

Switch No. 2 select “ “

Switch No. 3 select

“ “

Switch No. 4 select

“ “

2) Remove the power cord from the outlet. Wait for at least 5 seconds and plug in the power cord.( kitchen printer reset)

Note

* Kitchen printer reset after the new code to be effective.

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Fig.1

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1.5.4 Link kitchen printer method

Kitchen printer communications port see Fig.1:

Communications Communications

port 1 port 2

(standard RJ9 communication port)

Power Jack

Fig.1

Link kitchen printer method

Max. link four kitchen printer of machines at the same time. Communications port with RJ9.

Maximum communication distance 1000 meters. The following link four kitchen printer two method(Can be link 1-4 kitchen printer of two method).

Method 1

kitchen printer kitchen printer

USB RJ9

ECR OP-680 kitchen printer kitchen printer

Method 2

USB RJ9

ECR OP-680 kitchen printer kitchen printer kitchen printer kitchen printer

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LED and Key

Power LED: Plug in the power cord lights. Remove the power cord from the outlet lights went.

Low paper LED: Low paper light flashing, otherwise lights went.

Error LED: Error light flashing , otherwise lights went.

Feed key: Used to feed the receipt paper.

2. Setting up

2.1 System Reset (Ram Clear)

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

Note

* Do not perform the following steps during programming or sales operation.

These steps will clear all of the settings you have programmed and erase all sales information in the register

1. Remove the power cord from the outlet.

2. Insert the [MA] key into the control lock and turn the key to

“P” position.

3. Press and hold [CLEAR] key, then, plug in the power cord.

4. Continue to hold [CLEAR] key, until

“FULL SYSTEM CLEAR” appears on the display.

2.2 Half System Reset (Half Reset)

Due to incorrect operation of the cash register or during programming it is possible at some point for the cash register to become stuck in a loop.

Use the following procedure to reset the machine.

Note

* Current transaction data will be lost, but, you will not lose any of the program or sales data.

The only data lost will be any sale not yet finalized by a method of payment.

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. Wait for at least 5 seconds and plug in the power cord.

5. Make sure

“HALF SYSTEM CLEAR” appears on the display.

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2.3 Installing the Paper Rolls

Fig.1

Fig.2

Fig.3 Fig.4

When the paper has finished

, the front display will show “ERROR Check Printer” error, the rear display will show “EP 2” error, and it also makes a sound.

1. Open the printer cover(Fig.1).

2. Set the paper roll gently into the paper location. Insert the end of the paper into the paper entrance(Fig.2) , the paper feed out from printer roll automatically. If the paper not feed out from printer roll automatically , press FEED key is OK (Fig.3 and Fig.4).

3. Close the printer cover.

2.4 Installing the Batteries

Note

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

2. When display shows " Battery LOW , pls change ! ", please change your battery.

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

To change the batteries follow the procedure below.

Fig.1

Fig.2

Fig.3

1. Open the printer cover, remove the paper (See Fig.1)

2. Open the battery lid. (See Fig.2)

3. Change the batteries (See Fig.3) and close the lid firmly.

4. Installing the Paper Roll and close the printer cover (See Fig.4).

Fig.4

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3. Programming Layout (Turn the Control L ock to ‘P’ Position)

Note

* All the following settings should be performed in the

“P” position.

* All of the amounts and prices shown in examples use two decimal formats if not noted.

* The below keyboard layout is for programming. For key names and functions, please refer to the layout.

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

Name Abbreviation Functions

1.

Specified input key

2.

Page down key

3.

Page up key

4.

Symbol table open key

5.

Capital letter shift key

Used to jump to the specific line or flag.

Used to return one page

Used to move forward one page.

Used to open /close the symbols table.

Used to turn on/off capital letters.

6.

Used to return previous page or menu

7.

Delete key

Used to delete character.

8.

Print key

Used to print list of the programming confirmation.

9.

Back space key

Used to input backspace.

10.

Numeric Keys 0 to 9

Used to input number

12

11.

Double size key

12.

Alphabet key to

13.

Symbol keys

, to *

14.

Decimal Point Key

15.

Receipt Feed Key

16.

Clear key

17.

Entry key

Used to switch to double size mode

Used to input alpha characters

Used to input symbol

Used to input decimal point.

Used to feed the receipt paper.

Used to clear entry of a wrong number, and release an error.

Used to enter a selection

18.

Cursor key

Used to move the cursor

* All the explanations of following programming start from the menu below.

Turn the control lock to "P" position

PRGM 1)System Options

2) Dept. Settings

3) PLU Settings

Input # (1-16) + [enter]

Press [PGDN] key to next items and [PGUP] to go back.

3.1 Basic Data Programming

This chapter describes programming basic information such as date and time.

3.1.1 Programming the Date

Example: Program date to 2009-12-20

1)

→ →

2)

→ → →

(Year Month Date)

(Enter 4 digits for year, 2 digits for month & 2 for day)

System Options

Date: 0000-00-00

Input YYYYMMDD(8 digits)

Input # then [enter]

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Note

* After programming the date by pressing [CASH], the system will automatically move to the next programming item, if you need to confirm the previous step, please press [

↑] key to go back and check the display content. After confirmation, press [↓] key to go to the next item

* If you need to print confirmation of the date, press [PRNT] key.

3.1.2 Programming the Time

Example: Program the time to 18:05

1)

→ → →

System Options

Time: 00:00

2)

→ →

24 hour system (4 digits)

(24-hour clock, enter 4 digits for hour & minutes)

Input # then [enter]

Note

* To check the date and time, turn the key to the

“R”position and press the [X/TIME] key.

3.1.3 Programming the Transaction Number

Example: Program the initial transaction number to 1000.

1)

→ → → press twice

2)

(Transaction No.)

System Options

Transaction #: 1

Enter # (4 digit max)

Input # then [enter]

3.1.4 Programming the Machine Number

Example: Program the machine number as 1010.

1)

→ → →press key 3 times

2)

System Options

Machine #: 1

Enter # (4 digit max)

Input # then [enter]

(Machine number)

3.1.5 Programming the X 1 Report Number

Example: Program the first X1 report number as 1000.

1)

→ → →press key 4 times

2)

(X1 number)

System Options

X1 Report #: 0

Enter # (4 digit max)

Input # then [enter]

Note

* You can set the first number used when printing reports, once it is set, the number is increased by one each time a report is issued. Please refer to Chapter 8

“Read and Reset

Reports

”.

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3.1.6 Programming the X 2 Report Number

Example: Program the first X2 report number as 1000.

1)

→ → →press key 5 times

2)

(X2 number)

3.1.7 Programming the Z 1 Report Number

Example: Program the first Z1 report number as 1000.

1)

→ → →press key 6 times

2)

(Z1 number)

3.1.8 Programming the Z 2 Report Number

Example: Program the first Z2 report number as 1000.

1)

→ → →press key 7 times

2)

System Options

X2 Report #: 0

Enter # (4 digit max)

Input # then [enter]

System Options

Z1 Report #: 0

Enter # (4 digit max)

Input # then [enter]

System Options

Z2 Report #: 0

Enter # (4 digit max)

Input # then [enter]

(Z2 number)

3.2 Department Programming

This section explains how to program departments. A maximum of 100 departments can be programmed.

You must classify products by assigning them to a department. The sales amount and quantity are reported by department on reports. You can set a price, function flag to control features such as single-item sale, tax, HALO (High Amount Lock Out) etcetera to each department.

3.2.1 Programming a Department Name

Example: Program the name of Department 2 as

“DRINK”.

1)

→ →

2)

→ →

3)

Dept0002 (ABCD) NAME

DRINK

[Uppercase]

4)

Note

* You cannot move to another department programming page when you input symbols.

* Press [PRNT] key to print names of all the departments, and press [FEED] key to stop printing.

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3.2.2 Programming a Department Unit Price

Example: Program the price of Department 2 to $100.00.

1)

→ →

2)

→ → →

3) (Price)

Dept0002 UNIT PRICE

Price 0.00

Enter price (8 digit max)

Input # then [enter]

4)

Note

* To program the decimal, please refer to System Flag 0101 in Chapter 3.6

.

3.2.3 Programming Department Flags

#3

#2

#1

Example: Program Department 2 to enable single-item cash sales.

1)

→ →

2)

→ → → Press key 3 times

Dept0002#100000000 SETUP2

Department entry type

0=Normal 1=Single Entry

3) Press key 7 times

Input # then [enter]

4)

→ (Single Item)

Department Flag 01

#8 Not use

#7

#6

#5

#4 0

Not use

Not use

Not use

Tax rate 4 unavailable

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

Tax rate 4 available

Tax rate 3 unavailable

Tax rate 3 available

Tax rate 2 unavailable

Tax rate 2 available

Tax rate 1 unavailable

Tax rate 1 available

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Department Flag 02

#8 0 Do not send to kitchen printer 4

#7

#6

#5

1

0

1

0

1

0

Send to kitchen printer 4

Do not send to kitchen printer 3

Send to kitchen printer 3

Do not send to kitchen printer 2

Send to kitchen printer 2

Do not send to kitchen printer 1

#4

#3

#2

1 Send to kitchen printer 1

0 Disable negative department

1 Enable negative department

0 Enable +% department

1 Disable +% department

0 Enable +% department

1 Disable +% department

#1 0 Disable single item cash sale

1 Enable single item cash sale

3.2.4 Programming a Department Group

You can assign a department to a group from 1 to 9. Classified departments according to groups can help you to check and indicate the sales for each group.

For example, ballpoint pens belong to Department 2 and notebooks belong to Department 3, you can group them together and you can check sales information from the group “stationery”.

Example: Program Department 2 to Group No.5.

1)

→ →

2)

→ → →press key 4 times

3) (Group No. )

3.2.5 Programming a HALO

Dept0002 DEPT GROUP

DEPT Group # 0

Group # (0-9)

Input # then [enter]

Example: Program Department 2 maximum unit price to $400.00.

1)

→ →

Dept0002 DEPT HALO

HALO Price 0.00

2)

→ → → press key 5 times

Enter price (7 digit max)

Input # then [enter]

3)

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3.3 PLU Programming

This section explains how to program PLUs. A PLU is an item/product. A maximum of 6000 PLU codes can be programmed.

You must enter a unit price and assign a department to which the PLU belongs.

The PLU programming includes PLU code, PLU name, PLU unit price and PLU linked department.

3.3.1 Programming a PLU Barcode

Example: Program the PLU14 to 6901939650707.

1)

→ →

2)

→ →

3)

PLU 0014 BARCODE #

PLU/Barcode 0

Enter # (13 digit max)

6901939650707

4) (or you can scan barcode with your scanner)

Example: Change the PLU14 barcode 6901939650707 to 9787040091472

1)

→ →

2)

→ →

3)

4)

PLU 0014 BARCODE #

PLU/Barcode 6901939650707

Enter # (13 digit max)

9787040091472

Note

*[CAPS] key must be pressed before entering barcode otherwise the barcode is programmed at the first available PLU, not a specified PLU.

3.3.2 Programming a PLU Name

Example: Program the name of PLU No.14 as

“tea”.

1)

→ →

2)

→ →

3) (tea)

PLU 0014 (ABCD)NAME

PLU0014

Enter alpha characters:

[Uppercase]

4)

Note

PLU 0014 (abcd) NAME tea

[Lowercase]

* You cannot move to another PLU programming page when you input symbols.

* PLU names can be set as 1-16 characters.

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3.3.3 Programming a PLU Unit Price

Example: Program the price of

“tea” to $2.00.

1)

→ →

2)

→ → Press key twice

PLU 0014

Price

UNIT PRICE

0.00

3)

3.3.4 Programming a PLU Linked Department

Example: Program

“tea” to link to Department 2 (DRINK department)

Enter price (8 digit max)

Input # then [enter]

1)

→ →

2)

→ → press key 3 times

(PLU number)

3)

PLU 0001 DEPT LINK

DEPT # 0

Dept # (1-100)

Input # then [enter]

(Linking department No.)

Note

* A PLU must be linked to a department and its sales data will be included in its department report. If a PLU is not linked to a department, it is automatically linked to the last department. All of the programmed department flags will be applied to its linked PLU.

3.3.5 Barcode Learning

A barcode learning function is available by setting the System Flag 1202 to 1. In Registration

Mode, a barcode is scanned without preset contents. The display will show a message to request the entry of unit price. Please enter a unit price and press a Department key for setting up a barcode

3.3.6 Searching the Barcode of a PLU

In Registration Mode, to check the price of a programmed PLU, press the double zero [00] key and scan the barcode, the LCD screen will show the price. If the LCD shows

“PLU # not found”, it means the PLU has not been programmed.

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3.4 Tax Programming

You can program up to four tax rates. We call these four taxes TAX1, TAX2, TAX3 and TAX4. To program a tax rate, you must select a taxation system and enter the rate for that tax. For instructions on how to add these programmed taxes to an item, see section 3.2.3.

“Programming Department Flags”

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 (Value Added Tax)

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.

3.4.1 Programming a Tax Type

Example: Program the Tax 2 as VAT

1)

→ → → →

2) (VAT)

3)

3.4.2 Programming a Tax Rate

Example: Program the Tax 2 rate of 4.0000%

1)

→ → → →

2)

→ (Tax rate is 4%)

3)

3.4.3 Programming a Tax-Free Amount

Example: Program the tax-free amount of tax 2 to $100.00

1)

→ → → →

2) Press key twice

(Non-taxable amount: less than 100.00)

3)

TAX 02 TYPE=0

Select Tax Type:

0=ADD-ON 1=VAT

Input # then [enter]

TAX 02 RATE

Percentage 0.0000%

6 digits t t l (4 decimals)

Input # then [enter]

TAX 02 TAX LIMIT

Limit Amount 0.00

Enter price (8 digit max)

Input # then [enter]

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3.5 Programming the [-] Key, the [+%] Key, and the [-%] Key

This section explains how to set [-%], [+%], [-] keys.

Description of [-%] Key and [+%] Key

The [-%] and [+%] keys are used to subtract and add a certain percentage or service charge to the price of an item. For example, you can use [+%] key to add a premium and use [-%] key to give a discount. You can use these keys with preset percentage or you can manually enter the percentage at the time of the sale.

3.5.1 Programming the [+%] Key Rate

Example: Program a surcharge [+%] key rate of 10%.

+% ADD-ON%

1)

→ →

Percentage 0.00%

4 digits incl decimal

2)

Input # then [enter]

3)

3.5.2 Programming the [+%] Key Flags

1)

→ →

2)

→ press key 4 times →

(Tax4 unavailable)

3)

3.5.3 Programming the [-%] Key Rate

+% #400000000TX SET

Tax4 selection:

0=Tax4 OFF 1=Tax4 ON

Input # then [enter]

Example: Program a discount [-%] key rate of 10%.

1)

→ →

2) Press key twice

(-% as [10]

→ - %)

3)

-% DISCOUNT %

Percentage 0.00%

4 digits incl decimal

Input # then [enter]

3.5.4 Programming the [-%] Key Flags

1)

→ →

-% #400000000TX SET

2) Press key 3 times

→ press key 4 times →

Tax4 selection

0=Tax4 OFF 1=Tax4 ON

(Tax4 unavailable)

Input # then [enter]

3)

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Functions of various flags of [+%] and [-%] are as follows:

#8 Not use

#7

#6

Not use

Not use

#5

#4

#3

#2

0

1

0

1

0

1

Not use

Tax rate 4 unavailable

Tax rate 4 available

Tax rate 3 unavailable

Tax rate 3 available

Tax rate 2 unavailable

Tax rate 2 available

#1 0

1

Tax rate 1 unavailable

Tax rate 1 available

Note

* The discount and surcharge rate should be entered in two bits of decimal form.

For example, entering [1] [5] [0] means 1.50%.

3.5.5 Programming the [-] Key

Example: Program the [-] key to $5.00

1)

→ →

2) Press key 5 times

3)

3.6.6 Programming the [-] Key Flags

1)

→ →

2) Press key 5 times

3) Press key → press key 4 times→

4)

(Tax4 unavailable)

3.5.7 Programming the [-] Key Limit

Example: Program [-] key high amount lock out to $10.00.

1)

→ →

2) Press key 5 times

→ press key twice

3)

([-] Key HALO $10.00)

CPN 01 AMOUNT

Preset Coupon $ 0.00

Enter price(4 digit max)

Input # then [enter]

CPN 01 #400000000TX SET

Tax4 selection:

0=Tax4 OFF 1=Tax4 ON

Input # then [enter]

CPN 01 COUPON H

Coupon HALO 0.00

Enter price(7 digit max)

Input # then [enter]

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Note

* You can use [-] key with a preset to subtract an amount or by manually entering an amount during the transaction.

3.6 System Flag Programming (Configuration Options)

This section explains how to set the system function flags to control the operation of the cash register.

Entering System Flag settings menu:

→ →

Note

CONFIG OPTIONS 0101=2

Decimal Select: 0=NONE

1=0.0 2=0.00 3=0.000

Input # then [enter]

* Press [PGDN] to select next flag setting.

* Press [→] key or [↓] key to select next flag bit setting.

* Press number and [DSGN] to select a flag.

Example:

“Enable add +% automatically” (SF6#2)

1)

→ →

2)

(Flag 6 #2)

3) (choose the item 1)

3

CONFIG OPTIONS 0602=0

Add +% automatically

0=No 1=Yes

Input # then [enter]

3

Functions of System Flags are as follows:

Flag 1

Options

0101

Select

0

1

Function

0 decimal position

0.0 decimal position

0102

0103

0104

0105

0106

0107

0108

2

3

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0.00 decimal position

0.000 decimal position

Not use

Not use

Not use

Select decimal symbol

“.”

Select decimal symbol

“,”

Enable PLU No

Enable PLU barcode

Use journal mode

Use receipt mode

Allow [ON/OFF] key for receipt on/off

Do not allow [ON/OFF] key for receipt on/off

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Options

0401

0402

0403

0404

0405

0406

0407

0408

Flag 5

Options

0501

Flag 2(% Rounding)

Options

0201

Select

0

5

6

9

Function

Rounding down (0.1

– 0.9 becomes 0.0)

Rounding (0.1

– 0.4 becomes 0.0 0.5 – 0.9 becomes 1.0)

Rounding (0.1

– 0.5 becomes 0.0 0.6 – 0.9 becomes 1.0)

Rounding up (0.1

– 0.9 becomes 1.0)

0202 0

1

Select the last digit in the decimal to be rounded in percentage calculation

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

Flag 3(Tax Rounding)

Options

0301

0302

Select Function

0 Rounding down (0.1

– 0.9 becomes 0.0)

5

6

9

Rounding (0.1

– 0.4 becomes 0.0 0.5 – 0.9 becomes 1.0)

Rounding (0.1

– 0.5 becomes 0.0 0.6 – 0.9 becomes 1.0)

Rounding up (0.1

– 0.9 becomes 1.0)

0 Select the last digit in the decimal to be rounded in percentage calculation

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

Flag 4

1

2

1

0

1

0

Select Function

0 Print transaction number on the receipt / journal

1

0

Do not print transaction number on the receipt/ journal

12 hour time system

1

0

24 hour time system

Print the time on the receipt / journal

0

1

0

1

Do not print the time on the receipt /journal

Print the date on the receipt / journal

Do not print the date on the receipt / journal

YYYY-MM-DD

MM-DD-YYYY

DD-MM-YYYY

Not use

Print Header on receipt

Do not print Header on receipt

Print sales quantity in receipt

Do not print sales quantity in receipt

Select

0

1

Function

VAT taxable on receipt or reports which include VAT

VAT taxable on receipt or reports which do not include VAT

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0702

0703

0704

0705

0706

0605

0606

0607

0608

Flag 7

Options

0701

0602

0603

0604

0507

0508

Flag 6

Options

0601

0502

0503

0504

0505

0506

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

Not use

Print total taxable amount

Print individual taxable amount

Do not print taxable on the receipt

Print taxable on the receipt

Print tax symbol on receipt

Do not print tax symbol on receipt

Do not print tax rate on receipt

Print tax rate on receipt

Not use

Not use

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

Select Function

0 Disable clerk switch while in a transaction

1

0

1

0

1

0

Enable clerk switch while in a transaction

Disable add +% automatically

Enable add +% automatically

Discount and plus % totals included in department reports

Discount and plus % totals not included in department reports

Coupon totals included in department reports

Coupon totals not included in department reports

Print sales item total on the hourly report

Print the sales transaction total on the hourly report

Record NRGT by NET on the reports

Record NRGT by GROSS on the reports

Not use

Enable multiple discounts and plus %

Disable multiple discounts and plus %

Select Function

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

Do not compulsory for tendering

Compulsory for tendering

Enable calculate charge

Disable calculate charge

Enable multiple tender

Disable multiple tender

Enable print mark by [#ST] key

Disable print mark by [#ST] key

Enable the [#ST] key

Disable the [#ST] key

Enable negative item key

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0707

0708

Flag 8

Options

0801

0802

0803

0804

0805

0806

0807

0808

Flag 9

Options

0901

0906

0907

0908

0902

0903

0904

0905

Flag 10

Options

1001

1

0

1

1

0

1

0

1

Disable negative item key

Enable [RA]&[PO] key

Disable [RA]&[PO] key

Not use

Print the time, date and clerk at the end of the receipt

Print the time, date and clerk at the top of the receipt

Not use

Do not reset transaction number to 0 after printing the Z report

Reset transaction number to 0 after printing the Z report

Reset department shift key after each item

Do not reset department shift key after each item

Reset department shift after transaction

Do not reset department shift after transaction

Do not allow duplicate receipt copy

Allow duplicate receipt copy

Not use

Select Function

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

0

1

0

1

0

1

Print the commercial message at the bottom of the receipt/report

0

1

0

1

0

1

Select Function

0 Do not reset clerk ID when lock position is changed

1 Reset clerk ID when lock position is changed

0

1

0

1

0

1

Do not reset clerk ID after each transaction

Reset clerk ID after each transaction

Disable split ticket

Enable split ticket

Receipt printing after final

Receipt printing per line

Not use

Enable print training report

Disable print training report

Word

“TRAINING” is printed on the receipt during the training mode

The symbol is printed on the receipt during the training mode

Print training receipt

Do not print training receipt

Select

0

Function

Print void and return totals in net sales report

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1106

1107

1108

1103

1104

1105

Flag12

Options

1201

1202

1203

1204

1002

1003

1004

1005

1006

1007

1008

Flag 11

Options

1101

1102

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

Do not print void and return totals in net sales report

Print Grand Total in reports

Do not print Grand Total in reports

Print gross sales amount on the report

Do not print gross sales amount on the report

Print DEPT total amount on the report

Do not print DEPT total amount on the report

Enable print no taxable on report.

Disable print no taxable on report.

Report includes Cash&Check in drawer

Report do not includes Cash&Check in drawer

Print void and return totals in clerk sales report

Do not print void and return totals in clerk sales report

Skip zero sales on plu report

Do not skip zero sales on plu report

1

0

1

1

0

1

0

Select Function

0 Print X1 report number

1

0

Do not print X1 report number

Print X2 report number

1

0

1

0

1

0

Do not print X2 report number

Print Z1 report number

Do not print Z1 report number

Print Z2 report number

Do not print Z2 report number

PLU report includes PLU No.

PLU report do not includes PLU No.

PLU report do not includes PLU sales %

PLU report includes PLU sales %

Print transaction name in doublu-size

Do not print transaction name in doublu-size

Disable duplicate report copy

Enable duplicate report copy

Select Function

Not use

0

1

0

1

0

Disable the automatic barcode learning function

Enable the automatic barcode learning function

Serial report do not include DEPT group report

Serial report include DEPT group report

Serial report do not include PLU report

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1205

1206

1207

1208

Flag 13

Options

1301

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

Serial report include PLU report

Serial report do not include hourly report

Serial report include hourly report

Serial report do not include cash in-drawer

Serial report include cash in-drawer

Serial report do not include total report

Serial report include total report

Not use

Select Function

0 Rounding up (0.00 becomes 0.00 , 0.01

– 0.09 becomes 0.10)

4

9

Rounding (0.00

– 0.04 becomes 0.00 ,

0.05

– 0.09 becomes 0.10)

Rounding down (0.00

– 0.09 becomes 0.00)

2 Swiss mode

(0.00

– 0.02 becomes 0.00 , 0.03 – 0.07 becomes 0.05 ,

0.08

– 0.09 becomes 0.10)

12 Danish mode (0.00-0.12 becomes0.00 , 0.13-0.37 becomes 0.25 ,

0.38-0.62 becomes0.50 , 0.63-0.87becomes 0.75.

0.88-0.99 becomes 1.00)

Flag 14

Options

1401

Flag15

Options

1501

Flag16

Options

1601

1602

1603

1604

Select Function

0

1

2

3

Do not round

Select the last digit to round

Swiss mode

Danish mode

Select Function

0~9 Feed lines after receipt number of lines

Select

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

Function

Open drawer after CASH key pressed

Do not open drawer after CASH key pressed

Open drawer after CHECK key pressed

Do not open drawer after CHECK key pressed

Open drawer after CHARGE key pressed

Do not open drawer after CHARGE key pressed

Open drawer after CARD1 key pressed

Do not open drawer after CARD1 key pressed

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1805

1806

1807

1801

1802

1803

1804

1808

1704

1705

1706

1707

1708

Flag18

Options

1605

1606

1607

1608

Flag17

Options

1701

1702

1703

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

Open drawer after CARD2 key pressed

Do not open drawer after CARD2 key pressed

Open drawer after CARD3 key pressed

Do not open drawer after CARD3 key pressed

Make a keystroke sound

Make a keystroke no sound

Disable free key layout

Enable free key layout

Select Function

0 Allow negative entry

1 Do not allow negative entry

Not use

Not use

0

1

0

1

0

1

Do not allow overtender for Card

Allow overtender for Card

Not use

Not use

Journal print type is Checklist

Journal print type is Sum items

Print journal after Z report issued

Do not print journal after Z report issued

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

Select Function

0

1

0

0

1

0

1

Disable display report

Enable display report

Cancel need password

Cancel not need password

Void EC and RTN not need password

Void EC and RTN need password

Do not allow Swiss rounding method

Allow Swiss rounding method

Round when [subttl] pressed

Do not round when [subttl] pressed

Round when [charge] pressed

Do not round when [charge] pressed

Round when [check] pressed

Do not round when [check] pressed

Round when [total] pressed

Do not round when [total] pressed

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Flag 19

Options

1901

1902

1903

1904

1905

1906

1907

1908

Flag20

Options

2001

2002

2003

2004

Select Function

Not use

Not use

Not use

Not use

Not use

Not use

Not use

Not use

Select Function

0

1

0

1

0

Not use

Disable guest function

Enable guest function

Enable setting guest No. automatically

Disable setting guest No. automatically

CODI input before item

2005

2006

2007

2008

0

1

1

0

1

CODI input after item

Disable condiment price

Enable condiment price

Not use

Must be not cash if ER display

Must be cash if ER display

Not use

3.7 Function Key Programming

3.7.1 Basic Key Operation Sequence

Example: Change function key in the position of [-] to [FC] key (function key code is 2A).

1)

→ →

2) (Select the key to be programmed)

KEY LAYOUT Key #:07

Key code:45 -

Input # and [enter] . U/D to scroll , [ESC] to exit

3)

KEY LAYOUT Key #:07

(Input [FC] function key code)

4) Press key twice to exit programming

Key code: 2A FC

Press key to edit, [CLR] to redo, [ESC] to exit

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000

.

CLEAR

ENT/RLS

PLU

CASH

CHECK

CHECK2

CHECK3

CHECK4

CHECK5

CHECK6

CHECK7

6

7

8

9

00

2

3

4

5

CHECK8

CHARGE

CHARGE2

CHARGE3

CHARGE4

CHARGE5

CHARGE6

CHARGE7

CHARGE8

3.7.2 Function Code Table

No. Function No. Function

01 0 22 CARD1

02 1 23 CARD2

13

14

15

16

17

18

0C

0D

0E

0F

10

11

12

07

08

09

0A

0B

03

04

05

06

19

1A

1B

1C

1D

1E

1F

20

21

34

35

36

37

38

39

2D

2E

2F

30

31

32

33

28

29

2A

2B

2C

24

25

26

27

3A

3B

3C

3D

3E

3F

40

41

42

XXX

XXX

XXX

RA

PO

ID

-%

-%2

-%3

CARD3

CARD4

CARD5

CARD6

CARD7

CARD8

FC

FC1

FC2

FC3

FC4

FC5

FC6

FC7

FC8

TOTAL

SUB TOTL

E/C

VOID

RETURN

XXX

XXX

No. Function

43 -%4

44 +%

55

56

60

61

62

63

4E

4F

50

51

52

53

54

49

4A

4B

4C

4D

45

46

47

48

64

65

66

67

68

69

6A

6B

6C

COND04

COND05

COND06

COND07

COND08

COND09

COND10

COND11

COND12

-

-2

-3

-4

X/TIME

SHIFT

CANCEL

HOLD

PBAL

NBAL

CKPD

GLNK

ITEM RLS

NO SALES

C 50.00

C 100.00

C 10.00

C 20.00

COND00

COND01

COND02

COND03

No. Function

6D COND13

6E COND14

83

84

85

86

87

88

89

6F

70

71

72

COND15

COND16

COND17

COND18

73

74

COND19

COND20

80 DEPT00

81 DEPT01

82 DEPT02

DEPT03

DEPT04

DEPT05

DEPT06

DEPT07

DEPT08

DEPT09

8A

DEPT10

….

DEPT40 A8

A9 PLU0001

AA PLU0002

AB PLU0003

AC PLU0004

AD PLU0005

AE PLU0006

AF PLU0007

B0

B1

B2

EE

PLU0008

PLU0009

PLU0010

….

PLU0070

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3.8 Changing Transaction Name

3.8.1 Changing Transaction Words

Transaction words are descriptions applied to function keys and words on the reports. A maximum

8 digits of single size, 4 digits of double size.

Example: Change transaction word

CARD1” to “VISA”.

1)

→ → 2) → →

(Transaction word number)

TRANWORD0001 (ABCD)

TRANWORD 0033(ABCD)WORD

WORD

CARD1

DEPT TTL

Enter alpha characters:

Enter alpha characters:

[’A’ to ’O’]

3) 4)

[Uppercase]

TRANWORD0033(ABCD) WORD

VISA

Enter alpha characters:

[Uppercase]

In

‘R‘ position, when the customer pays by card, the receipt will show as below.

1)

→ →

The receipt shows:

CLERK 01 0.00

DEPT0001 $10.00

PAYMENT: 10.00

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

CARD: 10.00

ITEM CT 1

CHANGE: 0.00

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

VISA $10.00

Note

* For characters input method, please refer to Chapter 3.17.1

“Input Method”.

3.8.2 Print Transaction Words Table

Control Lock: P

→ → →

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3.9 LOGO Message Programming

The cash register can be programmed with a maximum 10 lines (240 characters) logo message.

3.9.1 Programming the Number of Lines for Logo Message

Example: Input number of lines (maximum 10)

1)

→ → → (5 lines)

2)

3.9.2 Programming Logo Message Content

Example: The receipt shows

************************

YOUR RECEIPT

Thank You

Call Again

************************

1)

→ → → →

2) press key 24 times

3)

4) (Wide)

→ (Space key)→

5)

6) (Wide)

→ (Space key)

→ → →

7)

8) (Wide)

→ (Space key)

→ → (Space key)

HEADER LINE

Length: 5

# of lines :( 3-10 )

Input # then [enter]

HEADER (ABCD) 02LN

YOUR RECEIPT

Enter alpha characters:

[Uppercase] WIDE

WIDE

HEADER (abcd) 03LN

Thank You

Enter alpha characters:

[Lowercase] WIDE

HEADER (abcd)04LN

Call Again

Enter alpha characters:

[Lowercase] WIDE

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9)

10) press key 24 times

HEADER (ABCD) 05LN

*

Enter alpha characters:

[Uppercase]

11)

3.10 Commercial Message Programming

The cash register can be programmed with a maximum of 10 lines (240 characters) for commercial message.

3.10.1 Programming the Number of Lines for Commercial Message

Example: Input 3 lines for commercial message (maximum 10)

1)

→ → → →

FOOTER LINE

Length: 0

# of lines : ( 0-10 )

Input # then [enter]

3.10.2 Programming Commercial Message Content

Example: Program the first line of commercial message as

“TOWA BUSINESS CO., LTD”:

1)

→ → → →

2)

FOOTER (ABCD)01LN

TOWA BUSINESS CO., LTD

3)

Enter alpha characters:

[Uppercase]

4)

→ → →

3

5)

6)

3.11 Foreign Currency Programming

Your cash register allows you to convert your currency to a foreign currency with a currency exchange key ([FC] key).

To use the FC key, you must enter a currency exchange rate. You can program up to eight exchange rates, FC 1 to FC 8.

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3.11.1 Programming Foreign Currency Rate

Example: Program the exchange rate of FC 1 to 0.5: 1.

1)

→ →

2)

(0.5: 1)

FC 01 CONVRATE

FC to $

’ s:

0.0000

8 digits incl decimal

Input # then [enter]

3

3)

3.11.2 Programming Foreign Currency Name

Example: Program the FC 1 name as

“DOLLAR”.

1)

→ →

2)

3)

FC 01 (ABCD) NAME

DOLLAR

Enter alpha characters:

[Uppercase]

3

4)

3.12 Clerk Programming

This section explains how to program clerk information. You can have a maximum of 10 clerks.

Each clerk includes up to 12 characters for the name and a 4 digit ID number.

Example: Program the ID of Clerk 10 to

“7878”, the name as “TOM”.

1)

→ → 2) → →

CLERK 01 PASSCODE

Clerk Passcode

Enter #(4 digit max)

Input # then [enter]

1

CLERK 10 PASSCODE

Clerk Passcode 10

Enter #(4 digit max)

Input # then [enter]

3)

4)

CLERK 10 (ABCD)NAME

TOM

Enter alpha characters:

[Uppercase]

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3.13 Password Programming

Note

Please remember or store your password in a secure place as it will not be possible to use the respective operation without the password programmed as described below.

3.13.1 Programming the X Report Password

You can program a password to prevent a report being issued without the required password. The password can be a maximum 4 digit number.

Example: Program the password of X-Report to

“2222”

1)

→ →

MANAGER PASSCODES

2)

X-PASSCODE: ****

Enter #(4 digit max)

Input # then [enter]

3)

To enter the X password, the key sequence is:

Control lock: X position (for operation)

→ →

3.13.2 Programming the Z Report Password

You can program a password to prevent a report issued without the required password. The password can be a maximum of 4 digit number.

Example: Set the password of Z-Report as

“4444”

1)

→ →

2)

3)

MANAGER PASSCODES

Z- PASSCODE: ****

Enter #(4 digit max)

Input # then [enter]

To enter the Z password, the key sequence is:

Control lock: Z position (for operation)

→ →

3.13.3 Programming the Training Password

This sets the password to access training mode.

The password can be a maximum of 4 digit number.

Example: Program the password of training mode to

“3333”

1)

→ →

2)Press key twice→

3)

MANAGER PASSCODES

TRAINING PASSCODES: ****

Enter #(4 digit max)

Input # then [enter]

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Control lock: X position To go to the training mode:

1)

→ 2) → →

Control lock: X position To leave the training mode:

1)

→ 2) → →

Note

*If you want to use Training Mode, please refer to 5.7

“Training Mode”

3.13.4 Programming the Manager Password

This is the password for Programming mode.

The password can be a maximum of 4 digits.

Example: Program the password to

“1111”

1)

→ →

MANAGER PASSCODES

PROG . PASSCODE : ****

2) Press key 3 times

Enter #(4 digit max)

Input # then [enter]

3)

To enter the manager password, the key sequence is:

Control lock: P position (for operation)

→ →

3.14 Kitchen Printer Programming

Max. link four CP-100 kitchen printer of machines at the same time.

3.14.1 Programming Kitchen Printer Flags

Example: Programming print LOGO of No.1 kitchen printer

1)

→ →

2) Press key 4 times

KP 01 #400000000 Flag01

0:KP do not print LOGO

1:KP print LOGO

1

3)

Kitchen Printer Flag 01

Options

#8

Select Function

Not use

#7

#6

#5

#4

0

1

0

Not use

Not use

Kitchen printer print forward

Kitchen printer print by converse

Do not print LOGO with kitchen printer

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#3

1

0

Print LOGO with kitchen printer

Print LOGO on footer

#2

#1

1

0

1

0

Print LOGO on header

Print by item type

Print by item quantity

Print by item

1 Unit print

Kitchen Printer Flag 02Not use

3.14.2 Programming Print Count

Example: Programming every time print two copies of No.1 Kitchen Printer

1)

→ →

2) Press key 2 times→

3)

KP 01 Count

0

Print count

2

Note

* Programming print count is

“0”.Do not print of kitchen printer. System default value is "0".

* The print count max.9

3.14.3 Programming Feed Line Number

Example: Programming feed line 3 of No.4 kitchen printer

1)

→ →

2) Press key 3 times

→Press key 3 times

KP 04 FEED

0

Feed line after bottom

3

3)

4)

Note

* The feed line number max.9.

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3.15 Guest Programming

This section explains how to program guests. A maximum of 200 guests can be programmed. The guest can be input max. 4 digits , the name max. 12 characters.

Example: Programming guest number is 4 of guest 4 . Programming name is ABC.

1)

→ →

2)

3)

4)

GUEST004 ID

Guest Number 4

Enter #(4 digit max)

Input # then [input]

GUEST004 (ABCD)NAME

ABC

[Uppercase]

5)

3.16 Check and Print Programming Data

You can print out the programming data.

The steps are as follows:

1) Before printing the programming data, please turn the control lock to the

”P”position.

2) Select the programming item to be checked, then press

* P01 *

[PRNT] key.

DATE 20080707

Example:

TIME 1807

1) Turn the control lock to the

”P”position.

CSCN 1000

MCNO 1010

2)

→ → →

X1 CNT 1000

X2 CNT 1000

Z1 CNT 1000

As shown in the example on the right

Z2 CNT 1000

3.17 Character Input Method

3.17.1 Input Method

Input character and symbols. You can input capital and lowercase letters and symbols.

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

A. Turn the control lock to the

“P” position and select a programming item.

B. Press the [ENTER] key to complete the entry.

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Example: Program the name of DEPT 01 as

“Beer”

1)

→ →

Dept0001 (abcd)NAME

Beer

Enter alpha characters:

2)

(DEPT name)

[Lowercase]

Note

*The default is capitals. You can use [CAPS] key to change to lowercase.

3.17.1.2 Symbols Input

A. Press [SHFT] key to choose symbol input method;

B. Press the [

←] key or the [→] to choose the symbol.

C. Press the [DSGN] key to confirm the symbol.

D. Press the [ENTER] key to finish the entry.

Example: Program the name of DEPT 01 as

“+/”

1)

→ →

2)

→Press key twice→ (“+”)

3)

→Press key twice → (“/”)

4)

Dept0001 (ABCD)NAME

DEPT0001

!”#$%&’()*+,-. /:;<=>?@[\

[Uppercase]

Dept0001 (ABCD)NAME

+/

Enter alpha characters:

[Uppercase]

Note

*You can use [

] key to search for more characters during input mode.

3.17.2 Character Input - Double Width

A. Turn the control lock to the

“P” position and select a programming item;

B. Select input method

C. Press [DOUBLE] key before inputting characters, then press [ENTER] key to complete.

Example: The following example shows how to print the name of the Clerk 2 as

“TOM” in double width.

1)

→ → → → → →

2) (Input in double width)

CLERK 02 (ABCD)NAME

3) (Finish the double width input)

TOM

Enter alpha characters:

[Uppercase]WIDE

3.17.3 Switch Cursor Position

A. Turn the control lock to the “P” position and select a programming item

B. Select symbol input method

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C. Press [

←] and [→] key to switch cursor between name edit line and symbol line.

Example: The following example shows how to switch cursor position while in symbol input method.

1)

→ → → → → →

2) (5 times)

CLERK 02 (ABCD)NAME

3)

→ (10 times)

CLERK# 2

Enter alpha characters:

[Uppercase]

4)

5)

3.18 Using Special Function Keys

3.18.1 How to Use the [

→] Key and the [←] Key during Setting Flag

Example: Select department flag setting, the display shows;

Dept0001#800000000 SETUP1

Input # then [enter]

1) Press key 5 times. 2) Press key .

Dept0001#300000000 SETUP1

Tax3 selection:

0=Tax3 OFF 1=Tax3 ON

Input # then [enter]

Dept0001#400000000 SETUP1

Tax4 selection:

0=Tax4 OFF 1=Tax4 ON

Input # then [enter]

3.18.2 How to Use the [

→] Key and the [←] Key during Inputting the Symbol

Example: Select the symbol input, the display shows:

Dept0001 (ABCD)NAME

DEPT0001

!”#$%&’()*+,-. /:;<=>?@[\

[Uppercase]

1) Press key 3 times 2) Press key 9 times

Dept0001 (ABCD)NAME Dept0001 (ABCD)NAME

DEPT0001

!”#$%&’()*+,-. /:;<=>?@[\

DEPT0001

!”#$%&’()*+,-./:;<=>?@[\

[Uppercase] [Uppercase]

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3.18.3 Using the [

↑] Key and the [↓] Key

Example: When you program Department 1 flag04, display shows

Dept0001#300000000 SETUP1

Tax3 selection:

0=Tax3 OFF 1=Tax3 ON

Input # then [enter]

If you want to program the department HALO:

1)Press key 3 times . 2) Press key

Dept0001 DEPT HALO

HALO Price 0. 00

Enter price(7 digit max)

Input # then [enter]

Dept0001 DEPT GROUP

DEPT Group # 0

Group # (0-9)

Input # then [enter]

(Programming the department unit price) (Programming the department group)

3.18.4 Using [ESC] Key

Press key to return to the previous menu

Example: When you program the tax, the display shows as follows:

TAX RATE SETTINGS

1)TAX1 3)TAX3

Press the key

2)TAX2 4)TAX4

Input # then [enter]

3.18.5 Using [PGUP] and [PGDN] Key

Example: In the main screen in

‘P’ position

PRGM 4)Tax Rate Settings

5)Discount Settings

6)Config. Options

Input # (1-16)+ [enter]

Press key 3 times. Press twice

PRGM 1)System Options

2)Dept. Settings

3)PLU Settings

Input # (1-16)+ [enter]

PRGM 10)Receipt Footer

11)FC Settings

12)Clerk Settings

Input # (1-16)+ [enter]

PRGM 4)Tax Rate Settings

5)Discount Settings

6)Config. Options

Input # (1-16)+ [enter]

3.18.6 Using [BKSP] Key

To delete the character preceding the cursor.

For example: to program a department name, the display shows:

1) 2)

Dept0001 (ABCD)NAME

DEPT0001

Enter alpha characters:

[Uppercase]

Dept0001 (ABCD)NAME

DEPT0001

Enter alpha characters:

[Uppercase]

Dept0001 (ABCD)NAME

EPT0001

Enter alpha characters:

[Uppercase]

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3.18.7 Using [DEL] Key

To delete the character which the cursor is on.

For example: to program a department name, the display shows:

Press key

Cash

DEPT0001

Enter alpha characters:

[Uppercase]

Dept0001

DEP0001

(ABCD)NAME

Enter alpha characters:

[Uppercase]

4.Cash

Register Operation (“R” mode)

Note

* All the following settings should be performed in the

“R” position.

* All of the amounts and prices shown in examples use two decimal format if not noted.

Below shows the standard keyboard functions:

Name

3.

Plu Shift Key

1.

Price Look Up Key

2.

Multiplication/Times Key

Abbreviation Functions

Used to register a PLU. A PLU is used as a code for pre-programming product prices, to maintain a tally of cost and quantity of the products sold.

Max.3000 PLUs with periodical total.

*Double function - Used to register multiple quantity of a

PLU/Department

-Used to display the current time or date.

Used to shift between plus on the plu keys

4.

Received on Account Key

5.

Paid-Out Key

Used to record money received on account.

Used to record cash amounts taken out of the cash drawer that is not part of a sale.

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6.

Minus Percentage Key

7.

Add Percentage Key

8.

Charge Key

9.

Total Key

10.

Non-Add/Subtotal Key

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

Used to add a percentage.

Used to finalize a transaction by a charge sale

Used to display a subtotal including tax. Also used for issuing 2nd receipt.

Triple function

– Used to open the drawer without a sale

Used to display sub-total

Used to enter up to 9 digit reference number which prints on the receipt.

11.

Cash Key

Used to finalize a transaction by cash and calculates the amount of change due.

12.

Used to cancel the current transaction.

13.

Entry Release Key

(PLU price entry and release key)

Used to temporarily override a preset PLU price

14.

Minus Key

15.

Return Key

16.

Void Key

17.

Clear Key

18.

Clerk ID Key

Used to subtract a specific amount from an individual item.

Used to refund a product.

Used to clear a numeric entry or an error

Double function - Used for entering clerk ID.

Used to turn on/off the receipt printing

Used to void an item you entered or transaction which was done.

19.

Error Correction Key

Used to clear the last product entered

20.

Numeric Keys 1 to 00

Used to enter numbers

21.

Department Keys 1 to 15

Used to enter a department sale.

22.

Decimal Point Key

23.

Department Key

24.

Tax force Key

Selects decimal point

Used to enter the department number manually.

Used to add a tax amount to the sale according to the rate programmed for this key. "Tax force" key is normally used to program a second tax rate require by a particular area or state. It can also be used to override a preset tax.

25.

Check Sales Key

Used to finalize a transaction by cheque.

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26.

Receipt Feed Key

Used to feed the receipt paper.

27.

Card1 Key

Used to receive the payment by card.

28.

$10 Cash Key

Used to finalize a transaction by $10 key and payment the amount is 10.00.

29.

$20.00 Cash Key Used to finalize a transaction by $20 key and payment the amount

is 20.00.

30.

$50.00 Cash Key Used to finalize a transaction by $50 key and payment the amount is 50.00

31.

$100.00 Cash Key Used to finalize a transaction by $100 key and payment the amount

is 100.00

Before using the cash register, please ensure the following has been completed:

A. Confirm all of the programming is completed

(Refer to the related chapters/sections if necessary)

B. Make sure paper rolls are installed correctly;

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 (Refer to the “Control Lock and Functions”)

D.If the clerk ID was set, enter the clerk ID, and then press the [ID] key to sign on.

Example: The following example shows how to sign on a clerk.

→ (Clerk10 password)

Note

3

* If an error code is shown on the display, press the [CLEAR] key to clear the error code and input the clerk ID again.

* If the cash register does not respond during a transaction, please reset the cash register.

(Refer to the “System Clear” for more details.)

Explanation of LCD disp lay in ‘R’ mode

Example:

→ → →

7

1

2

CLERK 01 0.00

DEPT0001 [12] X

Price: 1.00 12.00

5

4

TOTAL 12.00

6

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1: Current clerk information 2: Input value

3: Sale item name 4: Item quantity

5: Current sales item amount 6: Transaction total amount

7: Unit price

4.1 Basic Operation

4.1.1 Single-item Cash Sale

Single item cash sale is a function which allows you to reduce number of key presses when registering a single item for a cash sale.

When you press a department key, which has the

“single item cash”, function the transaction finalizes without pressing the [CASH] key.

The department flag must be programmed. (Set Flag2; #1 to “1”).

The following example shows how to sell Department 1 (unit price $100.00) with single-item sale.

Example:

1)

The receipt shows

CLERK 01 0.00

DEPT0001 $100.00

PAYMENT: 100.00

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

CASH TEND: 100.00

ITEM CT 1

Note

CHANGE: 0.00

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

CASH $100.00

* If you need to cancel the single-item cash sale, press the [ENT RLS] key before the registration single-item cash sale department.

*If a department is programmed as a single-item cash sale, a PLU linked to the department will work as a single-item cash sale.

4.1.2 Multiple-item Entries

Example: The following shows you how to sell PLU 0014, PLU 0006 and PLU 0126. (Assuming

PLU 0014 price is $1.00, PLU 0006 price is $3.00 and PLU 0126 price is $10.00)

1)

CLERK 01 0.00

PLU0126

10.00

2)

3)

4)

TOTAL 14.00

CLERK 01 0.00

PAYMENT: 14.00

CASH TEND: 14.00

CHANGE: 0.00

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4.1.3 Quantity Sales

The following example shows you how to sell 2 products (PLU 126).

Example:

1)

→ → →

2)

CLERK 01 0.00

PLU0126 [2] X

Price: 10.00 20.00

TOTAL 20.00

4.1.4 Duplicate Entries

CLERK 01 0.00

PAYMENT: 20.00

CASH TEND: 20.00

CHANGE: 0.00

The following example shows you how to repeat the sale of PLU 0006 3 times.

Example:

1)

2)

CLERK 01 0.00

PLU0006

3.00

TOTAL 3.00

3)

4.1.5 Barcode Entries

CLERK 01 0.00

PLU0006 [3] X

9.00

TOTAL 9.00

It is possible to sell items by scanning a barcode or manually entering the PLU barcode. The following example shows how to use this function to sell an item with the barcode No.

6927073400541 (This barcode is programmed to PLU 0001, the unit price is $10.00, and the

System Flag 0106 must be 1.

1)

(or you can scan barcode with your scanner)

2)

CLERK 01 0.00

PLU0001

CLERK 01 0.00

PAYMENT: 10.00

10.00

TOTAL 10.00

CASH TEND: 10.00

CHANGE: 0.00

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If it is necessary to manually enter the barcode instead of PLU No. during the PLU code input mode, press the [SHIFT] key before entering barcode.

Example: The following shows how to use this function to sell an item with the barcode

No.123456789 (This barcode is programmed to PLU0002, the unit price is $12.00, and the

System Flag 0106 must be 0).

1)

2)

(or you can scan barcode with your scanner)

3)

Note

* To use the barcode function, set the System Flag 0106 to

“1”, otherwise the number entered will be regarded as the PLU code.

4.1.6 Check, Credit and Charge Sales

This section explains how to operate the cash register when you receive a payment by Check,

Credit or Charge.

4.1.6.1 Check Sale

The cash register can finalize a sale with the [CHK] key. The following example shows how to finalize when the customer pays $34.00 for PLU1500 by cheque.

→ → → →

PAYMENT: 34.00

PLU1500 $34.00

CHECK: 34.00

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

CHANGE: 0.00

ITEM CT 1

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

CHECK $34.00

4.1.6.2 Credit Sale

The cash register can finalize a sale by the [CARD] key. The following example shows how to finalize when customer uses a credit card to pay $30.00 for PLU0006.

→ → → →

The receipt shows:

CLERK 01 0.00

PAYMENT: 30.00

CARD: 30.00

CHANGE: 0.00

PLU0006 $30.00

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

ITEM CT 1

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

CARD1

$30.00

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4.1.6.3 Charge Sale

The cash register can finalize a sale with the [CHRG] key. The following example shows how to finalize if customer pays $20.00 for PLU1700 by charge.

→ → → →

CLERK 01 0.00

PAYMENT: 20.00

The receipt shows:

CHARGE: 20.00

CHANGE: 0.00

PLU1700 $20.00

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

ITEM CT 1

4.1.7 Split Payment

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

CHARGE

$20.00

You can finalize a transaction by several types of payment methods.

Enter each of the amounts paid by cash, credit, check, or charge in a single sales transaction.

The following example shows that the customer pays $50.00 by cheque and $46.30 by cash for a

$96.30 total amount of PLU 1300.

1)

→ → → → →

CLERK 01 0.00

PAYMENT: 96.30

CHECK: 50.00

BALANCE: 46.30

The receipt shows:

2)

PLU1300 $96.30

Note

CLERK 01 0.00

PAYMENT: 46.30

CASH TEND: 50.00

CHANGE: 3.70

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

ITEM CT 1

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

TOTAL $96.30

CHECK TD $50.00

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

CASH TD $50.00

CHANGE $3.70

* Payment by charge should be entered last, otherwise an error will occur.

4.1.8 Change Calculation

Change calculation when finalising

The cash register calculates 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 11 x No.12 PLU for each $10.00.

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Example: (If the preset price of PLU 0012 is $10.00).

The receipt shows:

1)

→ → →

2)

11X $10.00

PLU0012 $110. 00

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

ITEM CT 11

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

TOTAL

$110.00

CASH TD $200.00

CHANGE $90.00

4.1.9 Subtract with the [-] Key

This section explains how to operate the cash register when subtracting from the amount of an item. You can either use a preprogrammed [-] amount or you can enter the amount manually.

4.1.9.1 Single Item

Example: The following example shows how to give a discount amount of $78.00 for an item.

1)

→ → →

2)

The receipt shows:

CLERK 01 0.00

DEPT0001 $100.00

DEPT0002 $300.00

COUPON N1N -78.00

TOTAL 322.00

COUPON N $78.00

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

ITEM CT 2

3)

4.1.9.2 Operation for the Total Sale

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

CASH $322.00

Example∶ The following example shows how to give a discount amount of $ 2.00 to the total sale.

(If the preset price of PLU 0014 is $ 20.00)

1)

→ → → → →

2)

The receipt shows:

3)

4X $20.00

CLERK 01 0.00

PLU0014 $80.00

DEPT0002 $30.00

SUB-TTL $110.00

COUPON N1G -2.00

COUPON G $2.00

TOTAL 108.00

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

4)

ITEM CT 5

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

CASH $108.00

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4.1.10 Using the Discount [-%] Key and Surcharge [+%] Key

This section explains how to operate the cash register when giving a percentage discount or adding a percentage to the price of an item. You can use the programmed percentage or you can enter the percentage manually.

4.1.10.1 Operation for Single Item

Example: When you want to add a preset percentage to the price of an item:

(If the preset price of PLU 0014 is $20.00 and [+%] rate as 10%)

1)

→ →

The receipt shows:

PLU0014 $20.00

+%N 10% $2.00

CLERK 01 0.00

+%N

Rate: 10.00%N 2.00

TOTAL 22.00

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

ITEM CT 1

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

2)

CASH $22.00

Example: The following example shows how to give a discount of percentage 20% for the PLU

0014.

1)

→ → →

2)

The receipt shows:

CLERK 01 0.00

-%N

Rate: 20.00%N -4.00

TOTAL 16.00

PLU0014 $20.00

-%N 20% $4.00

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

ITEM CT 1

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

CASH $16.00

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4.1.10.2 Operation for the Total Sale

Example: Giving a discount from the total amount:

(If the preset price of PLU 0014 is $20.00, and the price of PLU 0126 is $10.00)

1)

→ → →

2)

→ → →

3) The receipt shows:

CLERK 01

SUBTTL: 220.00

0.00

10X $20.00

PLU0014 $200.00

2X $10.00

TOTAL 220.00 PLU0126 $20.00

SUB-TTL $220.00

4)

-%G 10% $22.00

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

CLERK 01 0.00

-%G

Rate:10.00%G -22.00

TOTAL 198.00

ITEM CT 12

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

CASH $198.00

5)

Note

*The discount will be subtracted from the total amount after pressing [TOTAL] or [#/ST] key.

4.1.11 Void

You can void items registered prior to the last item by using [VOID] key.

Example: How to void the first registered item in a transaction.

(If the preset price of PLU 0014 is $20.00, the price of PLU 0126 is $10.00)

1)

→ → → → The receipt shows:

2)

→ →

PLU0014 $20.00

PLU0126 $10.00

CLERK 01 0.00 SUB-TTL $30.00

PLU0014

VD

– 20.00

-VOID-

PLU0014 $20.00

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

ITEM CT 1

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

3)

TOTAL 10.00

CASH $10.00

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4.1.12 Error Correction Operation

You can void an item immediately after you register it by pressing the [E.C] key.

Example:

1)

→ (Operator realizes wrong PLU key was pressed)

2) The receipt shows:

CLERK 01 0.00

PLU0126

VD - 10.00

TOTAL 0.00

3)

PLU0126 $10.00

-VOID-

PLU0126 $10.00

PLU0014 $20.00

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

ITEM CT 1

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

CASH $20.00

4)

Note

*Once subtotal or total have been pressed you can no longer select the [E.C] key.

4.1.13 Cancel

You can cancel all registered items in the current transaction by using the [CANCEL] key.

1)

2)

CLERK 01 0.00

CLERK 01 0.00

DEPT0002

1.23

TOTAL 1.23

*TRANSACTION CANCELLED*

4.1.14 Return Product

This section explains how to refund/return an item.

Example:

1)

→ → The receipt shows:

2)

→ → →

3)

RETURN

PLU0014 $20.00

-2X $10.00

PLU0126 $20.00

--------------------------------------- CLERK 01 0.00

PAYMENT: -40.00

CASH TEND: -40.00

CHANGE: 0.00

ITEM CT -3

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

CASH $-40.00

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4.1.15 Received on Account and Paid Out

This section explains how to process an amount received on account [RA] and a non-sales amount taken away from the drawer [PO].

A. The following example shows you how to process $25.00 received on account by cash.

1)

2)

The receipt shows:

CLERK 01 0.00

R/A $25.00

CASH TTL: 25.00

CASH TEND: 25.00

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

CHANGE: 0.00

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

R/A CA

$25.00

B. The following example shows how to register $12.00 petty cash.

1)

2)

CLERK 01 0.00

PAYMENT: 12.00

CASH PO: 12.00

CHANGE: 0.00

The receipt shows:

P/O $12.00

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

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

P/O CA

$12.00

4.1.16 Opening Drawer Manually

The cash register allows you to open the drawer without entering a sale.

To open the drawer press the [#/ST] key.

The receipt shows:

NOSALE #0

4.1.17 Using [CLEAR] Key

The cash register allows you to clear an entry and an error.

The following example shows how to use the [CLEAR] key to correct a price.

1) (Error number) 2)

CLERK 01 1.88 CLERK 01 0.00

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3) (Correct number) 4)

The receipt shows:

CLERK 01 0.18

DEPT0001 $0.18

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

ITEM CT 1

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

CASH $0.18

When the display shows error, you can press the [CLEAR] key to clear the message.

1)

→ → (error) 2) (clear the error)

CLERK01 0.00

PLU0014

CLERK01 0.00

PLU0014

20.00

Oper error , press [clear]

20.00

TOTAL 20.00

3)

4.1.18 Receipt ON/OFF

You can control receipts issued by the [ON/OFF] key. Each time you press the [ON/OFF] key the

Receipt On/Off mode is toggled.

Receipt ON/Off indicator, the will show on the top line when the cash register is in Receipt Off mode. When switched to print on mode, the indicator will disappear.

Note

*To use this function the System Flag 0108 should be set to

“0”.

4.1.19 Printing a Duplicate Receipt

The cash register allows you to print a duplicate receipt. The duplicate can be printed immediately after finishing a transaction by pressing the [CASH] key.

1)

→ → → →

2)

Original receipt: A Second Receipt:

DEPT0001 $4.56

DEPT0002 $7.89

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

ITEM CT 2

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

CASH $12.45

C O P Y R E C EI PT

DEPT0001 $4.56

DEPT0002 $7.89

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

ITEM CT 2

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

CASH $12.45

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Note

* To enable this function System Flag 0807 should be set to “1”, if System Flag 0807 is “0” it will be disabled. If the receipt is off (see the previous section

‘Receipt ON/OFF’) you can issue a receipt by pressing [CASH].

4.1.20 Changing the Unit Price at the

“R” Position

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

A. Temporary change of the department price

The example shows how to change DEPT01 price from preset ($10.00) to temporary ($12.00).

1)

2)

The receipt shows:

CLERK 01 0.00

DEPT0001

12.00

TOTAL 12.00

DEPT0001 $12.00

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

ITEM CT 1

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

CASH $12.00

B. Temporary change of the PLU price

This example shows how to change the preset price of PLU 12 ($10.00) to $40.00.

1)

→ → → 2)

The receipt shows:

CLER K01 0.00

PLU0012

PLU0012 $40.00

40.00

TOTAL 40.00

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

ITEM CT 1

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

CASH $40.00

Using [PLU] Key:

1)

→ → →

4.1.21 PLU Price Check at the

“R” Position

The cash register allows you to check the price of the PLU during the sale.

→ Scan the bar code of PLU.

CLERK 01 0.00

PLU 0012 # 0 0 1 2

Price 40.00

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4.1.22 Item Tickets Function

This section describes how to print item tickets.

A. Turn the control lock to the

“P” position.

B. Set the System Flag 0903 to

“1” and set the Department and PLU.

C. Turn the control lock to the

“R” position.

Using the item tickets function

Link PLU1 ($100.00) to Department 1 ($110.00)

Link PLU2 ($200.00) to Department 2 ($150.00)

→ → → → → → →

Normal receipt Sample of item ticket

DEPT0001 $110.00

DEPT0001 $110.00

DEPT0002 $150.00

PLU0001 $100.00

PLU0002 $200.00

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

ITEM CT 5

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

CASH

$670.00

CSCN : 1059

DEPT0001 2X

1010 12-20-2009 19 :14

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

CSCN : 1059

DEPT0002 1X

1010 12-20-2009 19 :14

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

CSCN : 1059

PLU0001 1X

1010 12-20-2009 19 :14

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

CSCN : 1059

PLU0002 1X

1010 12-20-2009 19 :14

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

5. Other Operations

5.1 Time or Date Display

The cash register can display current time or date at the

“R” position in the non-sales state.

CLERK 01 0.00

12-20-2009 19:18:20

5.2 Clerk Login and Change Clerk during a Transaction

This section explains how to change the clerk during a sale.

Turn the control lock to the

“R” position

For example: Clerk 4 ID No. 4444 starts a transaction and Clerk 7 ID No. 3030 takes over Clerk 4

’s transaction

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A. login Clerk 4 B.Change Clerk 7 during transaction

→ (transaction)→ →

(Input first clerk ID number) (Enter the other clerked number)

Note

*To activate the above function System Flag 0601 should be set to

“1”.

5.3 Clerk Log Out

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

To log out a clerk:

Note

*You cannot log out the clerk until the current transaction is completed.

5.4 Plu Shift

One plu key can be shifted with the [SHIFT] key to another plu.

The following example shows how to register an item of Plu 71.

1)

→ → 2)

CLERK 01 ↑ 1.23 CLERK 01 0.00

PLU0071

3)

Note

* Please refer to System Flag 0805 and 0806.

5.5 Using [DEPT] Key

1.23

TOTAL 1.23

[DEPT] key can be used to enter a unit price of a department which is not located on keyboard.

1)

→ → 2)

The receipt shows:

CLERK 01 0.00

DEPT0100 $5.13

DEPT0100

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

5.13

ITEM CT 1

TOTAL 5.13

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

CASH $5.13

5.6 Calculator Mode

‘R’ position

Press [CAL] key to enter calculator mode. In this mode, [$10] is ‘+’ key, [$50] is ‘-’ key, [$20] is ‘×’ key, [$100] is ‘÷’ key and [CASH] is ‘=’ key. Press [CAL] key again to exit calculator mode.

Calculator mode will allow addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Pressing the [=] key gives the result.

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Before pressing [=] key, number keys and calculation keys can be input repeatedly.

1)

2)

CalcMd

CalcMd

3000

[-] 300

2700

5.7 Training Mode

Training mode allows you to train a new operator to use the cash register.

Enter training mode and then use the ECR as normal.

When the training is finished make sure the cash register is reset to normal operation mode.

1) Turn the control lock to the

“X” position. 2) →

XPRT

1:Daily 2:Periodic

3:On-Screen 4:Training

Input # then [enter]

3)

→ (Enter the training password)

XPRT[TrainMd-Start]

Training PASSCODE:

Please enter 4 digit

Code and press [enter]

(See chapter3.13.3 training password)

Turn the control lock to the

“R” position.

The receipt shows

TrainMd 0.00

TRAINING

PAYMENT: 10.00

CASH TEND: 10.00

DEPT0001 $10.00

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

CHANGE: 0.00 ITEM CT 1

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

To exit training mode

1) Turn the control lock to the

“X” position.

CASH $10.00

2)

3)

→ (enter the training password)

4) Turn the control lock to the

“R” position.

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5.8 Foreign Currency

1.

Payment by FC1.

Enter tendered amount 10.00 (local currency).

1)

→ →

The receipt shows

DEPT0001 $10.00

CLERK 01 0.00

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

SUBTTL:10.00 FC 5.00

ITEM CT 1

QTY: 1

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

TOTAL 10.00

TOTAL $10.00

2)

(TTL CNVRATE1 5.00)

CNVRATE1 5.00

(CASH TD $10.00)

2. Payment by FC1 and tendering change in Local Currency.

1)

→ → → The receipt shows

DEPT0001 $10.00

CLERK 01 0. 00

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

PAYMENT: 10.00

ITEM CT 1

CASH TEND: 100.00

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

CHANGE: 90.00

TOTAL $10.00

2)

(TTL CNVRATE1 5.00)

CNVRATE1 50.00

(CASH TD $100.00)

CHANGE $90.00

3. Payment by FC1 and tendering change in FC.

1)

→ → → → →

The receipt shows

PAYMENT: 10.00

CASH TEND: 100.00

DEPT0001 $10.00

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

CHANGE: 90.00

ITEM CT 1

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

TOTAL $10.00

(TTL CNVRATE1 5.00)

CNVRATE1 50.00

(CASH TD $100.00)

FC_CG 45.00

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4. Payment by FC1 and local currency

→ → → The receipt shows

→ →

DEPT0001 $10.00

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

→ →

ITEM CT 1

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

(Paid 4.00 in FC1 and paid 10.00 in local currency by cash,

TOTAL $10.00

the cash of change is 8.00 in local currency.)

Note

* Max 4 Foreign Currencies can be programmed.

* See section 3.11.

“Foreign Currency Programming”.

5.9 $100 Sale

Example∶The following to sell Department1

1) → →

(TTL CNVRATE1 5.00)

CNVRATE1 4.00

(CASH TD $8.00)

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

CASH TD $10.00

CHANGE $8.00

6. PBAL NBAL Operation (

“R”mode)

The cash register have catering function . Can be setting 200 GUEST. Max. link 40 PLU of a guest.(system flag2002 is set at “1”)

Note

* Programming PLU name and price See section 3.3

“PLU Programming”.

* Programming system flag See section 3.6

“System Flag Programming”

* Programming guest number and guest name See section 3.15

“Guest Programming”

6.1 PBAL and NBAL Operation

Example: Guest101 sale PLU14 (Setting PLU14 name is DRINK . Setting PLU14 price is

1.80 .Setting 101 guest name is SHT.)

→ The receipt shows

1)

2) →

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

(PLU14)

DRINK $1.80

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

PBAL 101 0.00

DRINK

PBAL

101SHT

ITEM CT 1

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

NBAL 1.80

1.80

TOTAL 1.80

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Automatically Setting Guest Number

Guest number is 0. system flag 2003=0(enable setting guest number automatically). Enter any 1 to 4 digit , guest number is any number.

Example: Setting guest005 number is

“0”. Setting guest005 name is “ZST”.

1) → →

Now guest005 guest number automatically setting is 234.

PBAL 234 0.00

SUBTT0.00

TOTAL: 0.00

6.2 Additional Operation

Example: Guest101 sale PLU134 (Setting PLU134 price is 2.00 .Setting 101 guest name is SHT.)

1) → The receipt shows

(Has been set guest)

2) → →

PBAL

101SHT

TOTAL +$1.80

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

PLU0134 $2.00

NBAL 101 0.00

NO. : 101

SHT

TOTAL 3.80

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

ITEM CT 2

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

NBAL $3.80

6.3 CKPD Operation

Example: Guest101 CKPD

1) → The receipt shows

(guest No.)

CKPD 101 0.00

SUBTTL:3.80

TOTAL 3.80

2)

CKPD

101SHT

DRINK 1Q $1.80

PLU0134 1Q $2.00

TOTAL +$3.80

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

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

ITEM CT 2

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

CASH $3.80

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6.4 Change Guest Operation

Example: Guest101 sales amount go to Guest102 (before change is empty of guest102)

1) → The receipt shows

PBAL

101SHT

2) → → →

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

PLU0018 $28.00

PBAL 101 0.00

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

PLU0018

ITEM CT 1

28.00

TOTAL 28.00

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

NBAL $28.00

3) → → → → →

(guest101 go to guest102)

The receipt shows

GMOV 102 0.00

TOTAL 28.00

PBAL

101SHT

TOTAL +$28.00

NO. :102

GUEST0102

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

GMOV

GUEST0102

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

ITEM CT 1

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

NBAL $28.00

6.5 GLNK Operation

Max.16 main guest . Each main guest link max.20 sub guest.

Example: Guest103 sales amount link Guest101 .

1) → The receipt shows

PBAL

101SHT

2) → → →

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

PLU0018 28.00

NBAL 101 0.00

NO. : 101

SHT

ITEM CT 1

NBAL 28.00

TOTAL 28.00

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3) → → → →

(guest101 go to guest102)

The receipt shows

GLNK 103 0.00

NO. : 103=-> 101

GUEST0103

TOTAL 0.00

PBAL

103GUEST0103

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

GLNK

SHT

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

ITEM CT 0

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

NBAL $0.00

Note

* Sub guest sale is not CKPD . Main guest can be CKPD . Sub guest and Main guest together with CKPD .

* Main guest must be not empty guest.

6.6 Cancel GLNK Operation

Example: Guest103 sales amount from Guest101 cancel.

1) → → → → →

The receipt shows

NBAL 103 0.00

NO. : 103

GUEST0103

TOTAL 0.00

PBAL

103GUEST0103

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

*It is the 101`s sub TB*

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

Release

101

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

ITEM CT 0

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

NBAL $0.00

6.7 Read Guest Sales Amount Operation

Example:Resd guest101 sales amount.

1) → → The receipt shows

NBAL 101 0.00

NO. : 101

SHT

TOTAL 28.00

GPRT

101SHT

PLU0018 1Q $28.00

TOTAL +$28.00

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

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

ITEM CT 1

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

NBAL $28.00

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7. Using Kitchen Printer

7.1 Using Kitchen Printer

Before use Programming kitchen printer and ECR, See section” 1.5 Kitchen Printer

General

Specifications” , “3.2.3 Programming Department Flags” , “3.14 Kitchen Printer

Programming”

Example: Programming guest0101 name is SHT . PLU0014 name is DJYT , price is 28.00 , link

Department01 . PLU0016 name is JBY , price is 48.00 , link Department02 . Programming

Department01 and Department02 print to No.1 No.2 No.3 and No.4 kitchen printer .

1) →

2)

→ → No.1,No.2,No.3 and No.4 kitchen printer print receipt all are shows

The receipt shows

SHT

PBAL

101SHT

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

DJYT $28.00

JBY $48.00

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

ITEM CT 2

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

NBAL $76.00

DJYT 1X

1010 12-20-2009 16:16

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

SHT

JBY 1X

1010 12-20-2009 16:16

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

Note

* If No.1 kitchen printer code is 01 , No.4 kitchen printer code is 01, No.1 kitchen printer can be print , No.4 kitchen printer can not print . ECR print

“No.4 kitchen printer error ” message and print No.4 kitchen printer receipt .

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8. Read and Reset Reports

(Turn the control lock to the

“X” or “Z” position)

You can check daily sales information by two methods and print 13 different types of reports.

Turn the control lock to the “X” position and choose the corresponding report item to print the Read

Report.

Turn the control lock to the

“Z” position and choose the corresponding report item to print the

Reset Report.

The cash register provides two types of reports: daily reports and periodical reports.

The daily report can be divided into daily read (X1) and daily reset (Z1) report

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.

After printing a Z report the sales data is reset.

8.1 Read Report (

“X” position)

Turn the control lock to the “X” position

XRPT

1) Daily 2) Periodic

8.1.1 Printing Daily Reports

Select daily mode

1)

Print daily full sales report

2)

XRPT (D-Full Sales)

3) On-Screen 4) Training

Input # then [enter]

XRPT (Daily)

1) Full Sales Rpt

2) DEPT Sales Rpt

# then [enter] or PG DN

XRPT (D-Full Sales)

**Attention**

Please wait, printing

Please don’t pull paper!

Press [ESC] to go back

3)

8.1.2 Printing Periodical Reports

Select periodical mode

1)

Print periodical full sales report

1)

After printing, the display shows as follows

XRPT (P-Full Sales)

XRPT (P-Full Sales)

**Attention**

Press [ESC] to go back

Please wait, printing

Please don’t pull paper!

3)

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8.1.3 Search the Particular Report (Display-only)

Certain data can be displayed when necessary.

1) Turn the control lock to the

“X” location

2)

XRPT (On-Screen)

1)Daily Report

2)Periodic Report

Input # then [enter]

3)

XRPT (Daily OS)

1)Net Sales

2) Cash In-Drawer

# then [enter] or PG DN or PG DN

4)

(Net sales)

XRPT (Daily OS)

Net Sales 150.00

Press [PGUP] go back or

Press [Esc] to exit

8.1.4 Serial Report Print

System flag programming

1207

1 Serial report print total report

1206

1 Serial report print cash in-drawer

1205

1 Serial report print hourly report

1204

1 Serial report print PLU report

1203

1 Serial report print DEPT group report(Z position is not)

Example: Print daily serial report of

“X” position

1)

Turn the control lock to the “X” position

2) →

3)Press key 5 times→ →

Now is printing daily full report , daily cash in-drawer , daily hourly report , daily PLU report , daily

DEPT group report of

“X” position.

Note

* Do not print if system flag is 0 .

* Print serial report will clear it of

“Z” position

8.1.5 Journal List

System reset is not clearing journal list . Whether to print journal after Z report issued .( please refer the section 3.6 System Flag1708) .

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8.2 Reset Report (

“Z” position)

8.2.1 Reset Periodical Full Sales Report

Turn the control lock to the

“Z” position

ZRPT

1) Daily 2 )Periodic

3) Clear Rpt 4) SaveLoad

Input # then [enter]

1)

2)

ZRPT (Periodic)

1) Full Sales Rpt

2) PLU Sales Report

# then [enter] or PG DN

3)

Table of available reports

ZRPT (P-Full Sales)

**Attention**

Please wait, printing

Please don’t pull paper!

Report name

X1

“X” position

(Read report)

X2

“Z” position

(Reset report)

Z1 Z2

(Daily) (Periodical) (Daily) (Periodical)

FULL REPORT

√ √ √ √

FULL DEPARTMENT SALES

FULL GROUP DEPT SALES

FULL PLU SALES

FULL PLU LINK to DEPT

ALL CLERK SALES

HOURLY REPORT

DRAWER REPORT

TRAINING REPORT

JOURNAL LIST

SERIAL REPORT

CASH DECLARATION

GUEST REPORT

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1) The report number counter will increase by 1 when each report is printed.

2) It is advised that a Z report is taken on a daily basis.

Note

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

See Appendix 3

“Sample report” for details

8.2.2 Using 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):

ZRPT(SaveLoad)

1) Load

2) Save

Downloading Data:

1.

→ → →

Input # then [enter]

Writing the setting data of DEPT,Clerk,MainFlag,KeyLayOut,Tax,Word,Discount,Basic,FC and

Logo to the USB memory.

When you start to write the USB memory, the screen will display as follows:

ZRPT(Saving)

Programming data

Do not remove power!!

(Item)>[ENTER]

After finish writing , the screen will display as follows :

ZRPT(Saving)

**FINISHED**

Press [Esc] to go back

Note

*Please don’t perform any operations or pull out the USB memory before the screen resumed.

2.

→ → →

Writing the PLU setting data to USB memory.

3.

→ → →

Writing the Journal list data to USB memory.

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4.

→ → →

Writing the daily reports of DEPT,hour,Transaction,Clerk Net Sales,Clerk void, Clerk tax,Clerk return and Clerk no sales to USB memory.

5.

→ → →

Writing the PLU daily reports to USB memory.

6.

→ → →

Writing the periodical reports of DEPT,Transaction,Clerk Net Sales,Clerk void, Clerk tax,Clerk return and Clerk no sales to USB memory.

7.

→ → →

Writing the PLU periodical reports to USB memory.

8.

→ → →

Writing the full reports of DEPT,Transaction,Clerk Net Sales,Clerk void, Clerk tax,Clerk return and Clerk no sales to USB memory

9.

→ → →

Writing the PLU full reports to USB memory

10.

→ → →

Writing the GUST reports to USB memory

11.

→ → →

Writing the NRGT reports to USB memory

Uploading Data

1.

→ → →

Writing the USB memory setting data of

DEPT,Clerk,MainFlag,KeyLayOut,Tax,Word,Discount,Basic,FC and Logo to Cash Register.

2.

→ → →

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

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USB Memory transfer data file names corresponding to the table

Function

DEPT data

Clerk data

MainFlag data

Word data

Basic data

DEPT daily report

Hourly daily report

Clerk net sales daily report

Clerk return daily report

Dept periodical report

Transaction periodical report

Clerk void periodical report

Clerk no sales periodical report

PLU full report

Clerk net sales full report

Clerk return full report

PLU data

File name

Dept.txt

Clerk.txt

MainFlag.txt

Word.txt

Basic.txt

DeptD.txt

HourD.txt

ClkNSD.txt

ClkRTND.txt

DeptP.txt

TrnP.txt

ClkVP.txt

ClkNoSP.txt

PluFull.txt

ClkNS.txt

ClkRtnF.txt

Plu.txt

Function

Guest data

Kitchen printer data

Keyboard data

-,-%,+%

Logo data

PLU daily report

Transaction daily report

Clerk void daily report

Clerk no sales daily report

PLU periodical report

Clerk net sales periodical report

Clerk return periodical report

DEPT full report

Transaction full report

Clerk void full report

Clerk no sales full report

File name

Guest.txt

KP.txt

Key.txt

Discount.txt

Logo.txt

PluD.txt

TrnD.txt

ClkVD.txt

ClkNoSD.txt

PluP.txt

ClkNSP.txt

ClkRtnP.txt

DeptFull.txt

TrnFull.txt

ClkVF.txt

ClkNSF.txt

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APPENDIX

Appendix 1: PC communication mode

The Cash Register communicated by USB or and PC directly. Please make the lock located at L place when the Cash Register communicated with PC, as other positions can not communicated with PC.

The Cash Register can connect with USB scanner ( Position PRG and Position REG)

Appendix 2: Error codes and Messages

Error code Reason/Solution

E 1

E 2

E 3

E 4

Wrong key press. Press [CLEAR] key to cancel.

The amount entered is too large. Press the [CLEAR] key to cancel and re-enter the amount.

The transaction is not finished. Press [CASH] to finalize.

Password is required. Press the [CLEAR] key and enter password.

E 5

E 6

E 7

E 8

E 9

E c

E r

EP2

E

E B

BAT LO

Clerk ID has not been entered. Press the [CLEAR] key to cancel and enter a clerk ID.

System error. Please press the [CLEAR] key to clear the error.

The tender amount has not been entered. Press the [CLEAR] key and then enter the tendered amount.

[ON/OFF] key is pressed and the Receipt [ON/OFF] is inactive. See the information of Config Options 0108.

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

The maximum number of items for the transaction has been reached. Please finalize the sale.

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

The printer is short of paper. Replace the paper roll.

General error. Please press the [CLEAR] key to correct.

Battery low, change your batteries.

Battery low change your batteries 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

ITEM CT 1

CASH 1.

00

Charge sale

DEPT01 2X

R/A by cash

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

P/O by cash

Check in drawer

FC in drawer

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

Report of cashier

PLU0001 1X

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

PLU0002 1X

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

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

FULL REPORT

DEPT0001 8Q

$381.50

DEPT0002 3Q

$32.00

DPT SUBT 11Q

$413.50

TTL DISC -$0.50

DEPT TTL $413.00

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

NOTXBL $413.00

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

GROSS TL $426.00

NET TL $413.00

Sales quantity

Sales amount

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

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

-%N 1N

$10.00

-%G 1N

$2.00

+%N 1N

$10.00

+%G 1N

$2.00

COUPON N 1N

$0.50

COUPON G 1N

$0.50

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

CASH 7N

Cash sale times 7

$371.00

CHECK 1N

$12.00

CHARGE 1N

$15.00

CARD1 1N

$15.00

R/A CA 1N

Cash sale amount 371.00

$100.00

P/O CA 1N

$100.00

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

CAID $356.00

CKID $12.00

FCID $15.00

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

RPRT CNT X1 1

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

CLERK 1

ENT TL 10N

X1 consecutive numbers of report

$413.00

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

12-20-2009 14:28

CLERK 1 0013

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

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