SX-595 End User Guide Hospitality

SX-595 End User Guide Hospitality
SX-595
End User Guide
Hospitality
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SX595
Feature Guide
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199 Departments
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20000 PLUs
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58mm Thermal Receipt & Journal Printers
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40 clerk interrupt holds with auto store after pre set time limit
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PC link for easy programming and advanced sales reporting
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Low Level Stock Warning example for Steaks
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Tables and Covers
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Table Transfer
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Menu Windows allowing more keyboard space
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Menu Window Easy Price & Name Change
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Modifiers allowing Half Pint and Double quantities
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Scroll through large orders
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Programmable Keyboard Layout
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Drawer Alarm with programmable timer
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Easy Price and Name Change
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Compulsory Cash Declaration
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Advanced Training Mode
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Management Control
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Please Note: By amending program details using this user guide you automatically accept full responsibility
for any changes you make to your system as a result of using the information contained in the guide. Please
ensure that any changes made to your system are carried out by a suitably qualified person who
understands the implications of those changes. It is always preferable that you talk to the reseller who
supplied you as your terminal may have been configured specially for your needs. Changes made by you
may conflict with settings originally made by your supplier. Specifications are subject to change without
notice and whilst all efforts have been made to ensure the validity of these documents, we accept no
responsibility for any omissions or errors contained in them.
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INDEX
Power Switch
5
Rear Display
6
Cash Drawer
7
Key Lock
8
Paper Rolls
9 – 10
Programming Layout
11
Date & Time
12
Basic Sale /Split Payment
13
Multiple Sale/Quick Tender Keys/Receipt On/Off
14
Cancel/Return
15
Void/Last Item Void
16
No Sale/Discount
17 – 19
Easy Price & Name Change
20 – 24
Clerk Interrupt
25 – 26
Table
27 – 28
Deposit
29
Modifiers
30
Major Levels
31
Menu Windows
32 – 34
X/Z Report
35 – 36
Error Messages
37 – 38
F.A.Q
39
Glossary
40 – 43
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GETTING STARTED
The Main Power Switch
The main power switch is located on the right-hand side of the SX-595.
The switch must be in the ON position before the ECR is operational.
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GETTING STARTED
The Display
The customer display screen can be lifted and rotated for the best viewing angle.
By programmable option, the control lock position can be temporarily displayed and
a warning tone sounded each time the key position is changed.
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GETTING STARTED
The Cash Drawer
A delay can be set so that if the drawer is left open for more than a
designated number of seconds, an alarm will sound.
It is possible to program the ECR so that it cannot be used for transactions
when the drawer is open.
Whenever the ECR is not in use (i.e. at night), the control lock should be
turned to the „L‟ position and the cash drawer emptied & left open to avoid
damage in the event of a break in.
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CONTROL LOCK
The control lock allows you to change between the various functions on the till. The
till is equipped with nine positions. To change the position use the owner‟s key
(marked with [OW]), manager‟s key (marked with [MA]) and the operator‟s key
(marked with [OP])
OP : Key for Operator; can access "L" and "R" positions
MA : Key for Manager; can access "P1", "L", "R", " X1", "V" and "Z1" positions.
OW: Key for Owner; can access all key positions
The following table shows the modes the cash register is equipped with.
Mode
P1 - Program 1
mode
L - Lock mode
R - Register mode
Read mode X1
Functions
Used to program "Date", Department, PLU, Tax
etc.
Used to lock the cash register. This position
disables all operations.
Used to process sales transaction
Used to read and print the Sales Reports.
(T)
Used for training the operator.
V - Void mode
Used to void the registration.
Z1 - Reset mode
X2 - Periodical read
Used to reset and print the Sales Reports
Used to print periodicals information report.
mode
Z2 - Periodical reset Used to read and reset the periodical sales
mode
P2 - Program 2
mode
information.
Used to program "SYSTEM FLAG", "KEY
LAYOUT",
"TRANSACTION NAME" etc. System mode is
accessible from the P2 mode.
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PAPER ROLLS
Installing the Paper Rolls into your SX-595

Your cash register comes fitted with 2 thermal printers which use 58mm
paper rolls.
Receipt Roll
1. Lift up the printer cover from the back
2. Press the Receipt Release Button located under the protective flap above the
keyboard
3. Remove the old till roll & drop the new till roll into the holder with the paper
feeding from underneath
4. Push the set plate down securing the paper in place
5. To feed the paper press the RF button on the keyboard
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Journal Roll
1. Press the Journal Release Button located under the protective flap above the
keyboard
2. After removing the previous Journal drop the new till roll into the holder with
the paper feeding from underneath
3. Feed enough paper in order to connect to the printer spool
4. Insert the end of the roll into the slit and wind the paper around the spool a
couple of times
5. Push the set plate down securing the paper in place
6. Place the audit spool back into the cradle
7. To tighten the slack on the paper press the JF Key on the keyboard
8. Replace the printer cover
Note
 As thermal paper is used you can only print on one side. If you install it the
wrong way round (the heat sensitive side away from the print head) it will not
print.
 Once the till is installed whenever the paper rolls require changing, please
press the Release Key to enable the till.
RLS
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PROGRAMMING LAYOUT
This is the default programming layout which is always activated when the key is
turned to the „P‟ position.
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DATE & TIME SETTINGS
Insert the manager program key (MA) in the control lock and turn to the P1
program position
Press the down arrow once to date and press enter
ENTER
To set the date, enter as year-month-day format.
Example: For 16th June 2010
DATE: 20100616 Enter Key
2
0
1
1
6
ENTER
0
0
To set the current time, use 24 hour format.
Example: To set 10:15 AM
TIME: 1015 Enter Key
1
0
1
5
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ENTER
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BASIC SALE
To complete a basic sale enter the desired amount and press the relevant
Department/PLU Key, then use the Sub-Total Key to display the amount of the
transaction. You can then enter the amount of money tendered & the relevant
tender type to complete the sale. The example below shows an amount of £5.00
being entered into Department 9, Sub-Totaled & Cash of £10.00 being paid.
5
0
0
1
0
0
DPT
9
0
SUB
TOTAL
CASH
TEND
The till will then issue a receipt and indicate the change due. In this case it would
be £5.00
SPLIT PAYMENT
Split payment can be used if required. Once you have entered your sale and sub
totaled then enter the cash amount that is being tendered first and complete the
sale with the card amount tendered. The below example
2
0
00
1
0
00
1
0
00
DPT
2
CASH
TEND
CARD
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SUB
TOTAL
Q/F
MULTIPLE SALE
Enter the Quantity, press the multiply button, enter the amount followed by the
relevant Department/PLU button. The example below shows 2 items of £2 being
sold into Department 7.
2
00
2
Q/F
QUICK TENDER KEYS
DPT
7
CASH
TEND
£10
You can use the quick tender keys to complete a sale instead of just pressing cash
or manually entering your amount. These buttons are marked £50, £20, £10 & £5.
The below example shows a sale of £7.99 in Department 4 and tendered using the
£10 quick tender button.
7
99
RECEIPT ON/OFF
DPT
4
£10
2nd
RECEIPT
It is possible to switch the receipt print off and on by pressing the Receipt On/Off
button. If you require a receipt after the sale has completed. Press the 2nd Receipt
button. When the receipt is off an LED indicator will be on the Display.
RECEIPT
ON/OFF
2nd
RECEIPT
Please note, If using Clerk Interrupt then sign on
firstly before pressing the receipt button
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CANCEL
CANCEL
To cancel a transaction whilst in process press the Cancel Key at any point
during the Sale. The below example details a sale being canceled after three
entries:
7
9
5
3
9
9
1
5
00
DPT
3
DPT
2
DPT
1
CANCEL
RETURN
RET
You can return an item sold outside of the original transaction by pressing
the Return key, entering the amount, selecting the relevant Department/PLU and
using the Tender key. The example below shows a Return of a sale of £5.99 into
Department 3.
RET
5
9
9
15
DPT
3
CASH
TEND
VOID
VOID
You can void an item outside of the original sale by turning the key to the 'V'
Position, pressing the Void Key and entering the transaction as was sold.
The below example shows a Void on a transaction of £20.00 into Department
2.
VOID
LAST ITEM VOID
00
0
2
DPT
2
CASH
TEND
EC
You can void the last item entered during a transaction by pressing the Error
Correct Key.
The below example shows two items being entered and the last item voided using
this function.
4
0
00
2
0
00
DPT
8
CASH
TEND
DPT
7
CASH
TEND
EC
This will then void the last item (£20.00 into Department 7)
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NO SALE
#/NS
The No Sale Key can be used to open the draw outside of a transaction. Simply
press the button and the draw will open and a ticket prints for confirmation
that a No Sale has been actioned.
#/NS
DISCOUNT
-%
You can discount an amount (monetary or percentage) from individual items or off
the total sale value.
NOTE: by default on our programs these are preset at 10%
The below example shows a £10 sale being discounted 10% by the preset -%
button
1
0
00
DPT
1
SUB
TOTAL
-%
CASH
The below example shows an item of £5 being discounted 10% by pressing the -%
button
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5
0
0
DPT
3
-%
SUB
TOTAL
CASH
NOTE: If the -% button does not have a preset discount then simply enter
your required amount (10 = 10%) before pressing the -% button.
The below example shows a transaction of £20 being discounted £1 by pressing
the - button
2
0
00
DPT
2
-
CASH
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SUB
TOTAL
The below example shows a transaction of £2 being discounted £1 by pressing
the - button
2
0
0
DPT
6
-
SUB
TOTAL
CASH
NOTE: If the - button does not have a preset discount then simply enter
your required amount (100 = £1) before pressing the – button.
NOTE: A charge can also be added to items/transactions. This operates in the
same manner as the procedures above only with the +% button.
+%
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EASY PRICE/NAME CHANGE
PRICE CHANGE
PRICE
CHANGE
This button is used to change the prices of PLUs that are located on the keyboard.
Turn the key to V position on the control lock
 Press PRICE CHANGE.
PRICE
CHANGE
 Enter the new price and press the item button. The new price has now been set.
3
5
0
COKE
 Repeat the above until all desired products have been completed
 Press PRICE CHANGE again to finish entering price changes.
PRICE
CHANGE
NAME CHANGE
NAME
CHANGE
This button is used to change the names of PLUs that are located on the keyboard.
Turn the key to 'V' position on the control lock
 Press NAME CHANGE.
NAME
CHANGE
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 Enter the new using the alpha text buttons.
T
E
A
 Press the 00 button
00
 Press the desired product
TEA
 Repeat the above until all items have been changed
 Press NAME CHANGE again to finish making name changes. A list of changed
items will be printed on the receipt roll.
NAME
CHANGE
PRICE CHANGE (Major Levels)
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Turn the key to the „V‟ position on the control lock
•
Press PRICE CHANGE
PRICE
CHANGE
•
Press the Major Level key
MAJOR
LEVEL
1
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•
Enter the new price and press the item button. The new price has now been
set
2
•
9
9
COKE
Repeat the above until all products have been changed. Press Price Change
again to finalise all the changes
PRICE
CHANGE
PRICE CHANGE (Modifiers)
•
Turn the key to the „V‟ position on the control lock
•
Press PRICE CHANGE
PRICE
CHANGE
•
Press the Modifier key i.e. Half
HALF
•
Enter the new price and press the item button. The new price has now been
set
1
•
0
0
COKE
Repeat until all products have been changed. Press Price Change again to
finalise all the changes
PRICE
CHANGE
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PRICE CHANGE (Modifiers on Major Levels)
•
Turn the key to the „V‟ position on the control lock
•
Press PRICE CHANGE
PRICE
CHANGE
•
Press the desired Major Level key
MAJOR
LEVEL
1
•
Press the desired Modifier key i.e. Half
HALF
•
Enter the new price and press the item button. The new price has now been
set
1
•
5
0
COKE
Repeat the above until all products have been changed. Press Price Change
again to finalise all the changes
PRICE
CHANGE
PRICE CHANGE (Menu Windows)
•
Turn the key to the „P1‟ position on the control lock
•
Enter the Dept Number that is used for the Menu Window
1
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•
Press Menu Price (see default keyboard layout)
MENU
PRICE
•
The first product that is part of the Menu Window is automatically
displayed. Simply type in the new price and press Enter. Alternatively
press Enter to jump to the next product in the Menu
1
5
0
ENTER
NOTE: The Name Change system works in the same way for all of the above
examples
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CLERK INTERRUPT
CLERK
No.
The SX-595 can have a maximum of 40 Clerk interrupts. This allows users to
interrupt each other in a busy environment. Sales can be stored against each clerk.
When the previous clerk signs back on to the till their sale is recalled. If the arrow
keys are pressed, it is possible to view the items that have been entered by the
clerk.
Clerk Interrupts can print fully itemised receipts even if they have previously been
stored. Balances and items can also be transferred to tables. It is also possible to
set an auto store time out setting, if the SX690 is left unattended for a designated
period of time. The below example shows a Clerk Interrupt transaction:
Sign On with your relevant ID followed by the Clerk button. e.g.
1
CLERK
No.
Start a sale
2
0
00
DEPT
7
Next Clerk Sign's on and previous sale will automatically be stored under the
previous Clerk
2
CLERK
No.
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To retrieve the previous sale the original Clerk will need to sign back on
1
CLERK
No.
They can either add to the transaction or end it using the relevant form of tender.
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TABLE
TABLE
START/
STORE
The SX-595 has the ability to store items to a table within a hospitality environment.
The below example describes signing onto the till, opening a table and entering
items before storing the sale to a table.
Sign On
1
CLERK
No.
Table No followed by the Table Start/Store Key
1
TABLE
START/
STORE
Enter your items
COKE
VODKA
XXXX
Press the Table Start/Store button to store the table.
TABLE
START/
STORE
To recall the Table enter the Table Number followed by the Table Start/Store button
1
TABLE
START/
STORE
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CLERK & TABLE TRANSFER
A Clerk Interrupt amount and items can be transferred to a Table. One Table can
also be merged with another table. This function can be carried out using the Table
Transfer button.
Procedure Transfer from Clerk 1 to Table 1
Press Clerk 1 (Previous items have been entered)
1
CLERK
No.
Press Subtotal
SUB
TOTAL
Enter the Table number to transfer and press Transfer.
1
TABLE
TRANSFER
The Table will automatically close after a successful transfer.
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DEPOSIT
DEPOSIT
The SX-595 has a Deposit function. If a customer would like to place a deposit, this
can be done by putting a negative balance onto the system. The example below
shows a Clerk signing on using their ID button, opening a table, entering £50
followed by the Deposit button and Table Start/Store to store the Deposit to the
table. This would result in a negative balance of £50.
CLERK
1
DEPOSIT
1
TABLE
START/
STORE
5
TABLE
START/
STORE
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0
00
MODIFIERS (HALF/DOUBLE)
HALF
Modifiers are used to change the price and quantity of a product. For example
Halves, Doubles and Glasses. This saves product space on the keyboard.
The example below shows a Fosters being sold as a Half Unit using the relevant
Modifier button and tendered using the £5 quick tender key:
(Sign On If Required)
HALF
FOSTERS
SUB
TOTAL
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£5
MAJOR LEVELS
HAPPY
HOUR
Major levels are used to shift a range of products to another range. For example,
Product 1 can be shifted to Product 101. The main advantage is that a different
pricing structure can be implemented, taxes applied and reporting viewed. Unlike
Normal product shifts, Major Shifts can report fully on each Level.
The example below shows a Cocktail being sold as Happy Hour pricing using the
relevant Major Shift button and tendered using the £5 quick tender key:
(Sign On If Required)
HAPPY
HOUR
COCKTAIL
SUB
TOTAL
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£5
MENU WINDOWS
HOT DRINKS
MENU
The SX595 has a simple Menu Window system allowing the user to press one
button and select a product from a multiple list of items for example a Hot
Drinks menu. Menus can also be used to link one product to another for
example Steaks and cooking styles.
A department key is programmed on the keyboard and up to 30 PLUs that are
linked to it will automatically be linked to the Menu. These are called DEPT
Menus.
The following examples demonstrate how to set up 2 types of menu systems.
USEFUL KEYS FOR MENU NAVIGATION
+1 Menu - Adds a quantity of 1 to the Item in the Menu
- 1 Menu - Reduces a quantity of 1 to the item in the Menu
Menu Cancel - Cancels the registration of the current Menu
Menu Exit - Exits the Menu and Registers the selected items
Arrow Keys - Used to Scroll through the Menu Options
To select a product you can simply press the +1 key. A number will be displayed
against the product to show the quantity selected to date. The -1 key can be used
to reduce this counter by 1. The product(s) will not be sold until the Exit Menu key is
pressed
EXAMPLE 1 – HOT DRINKS MENU
This will demonstrate a one button Menu which will display several Coffees. The
user can scroll through the menu using the arrow keys.
Press the relevant Menu Window button e.g.
HOT DRINKS
MENU
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This will then open a window listing the relevant products within the menu.
Scroll through this list using the up & down arrows:
You can select any item you wish using:
+1
MENU SELECT
each time you press the +1 button it will sell the item you have chosen. If you want
to deduct one of the items simply press:
-1
MENU SELECT
Once you have selected all required products and wish to leave the menu, press:
MENU
EXIT
EXAMPLE 2 – STEAK & COOKING STYLES / SIDE ORDER MENUS
This will demonstrate a PLU sale (Non Menu) which will link to a Cooking Style
Menu and then link to a Side Orders Menu.
Press the relevant Menu Window button e.g.
RUMP
STEAK
This will then open a window listing the relevant cooking styles. Scroll through this
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list using the up & down arrows:
When you have selected the required cooking style press the +1 to make your
selection
+1
MENU SELECT
this will move to the next list of selection for side orders, again use the up & down
arrows to scroll through the list of side orders
once you have decided upon your choice, select the relevant item by pressing the
+1 to make:
+1
MENU SELECT
Once you have selected all required products, press menu exit to leave the menu
MENU
EXIT
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X/Z REPORT
FULL
RPT
READ AND RESET THE SALES INFORMATION
The cash register is designed to maintain totals of all transaction data. Transaction
data is maintained in the memory of the cash register as long as the system is
plugged in and/or the battery back-up system is in effect. This data can be obtained
in the "X1","X2","Z1" or "Z2" positions. The reading for the Management Reports is
the same whether it is taken in the "X" or "Z" positions. The only difference is that the
totals are reset to zero after a "Z" is taken.
X1 Position and X2 Position
There are two types of report that can be taken in the "X" position
"X1" - Commonly known as a "mid-day" reading. This prints an accumulation of
transaction data and is not reset to zero unless a "Z1" report is taken. Use this
position to print periodic readings of transaction data during the course of the day.
The “X1” Report can be taken simply by turning the Key to the “X1” Position and
pressing the
FULL
RPT
"X2" - Commonly known as a "mid-week" or "mid-month" reading. This prints an
accumulation of transaction data and is not reset to zero unless a "Z2" report is
taken. Use this position to print periodic reading of transaction data during the
course of several days. The “X2” Report can be taken simply by turning the Key to
the “X2” Position and pressing the
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FULL
RPT
Z1 Position and Z2 Position
There are two types of reports that can be taken in the "Z" position
"Z1"- Commonly known as an "end-of-day" reading. This prints transaction data and
resets all transaction totals to zero except the non-resettable ground total (NRGT).
The machine will, however, still accumulate totals in memory until a "Z2" report is
taken. The “Z1” Report can be taken by turning the Key to the “Z1” Position and
pressing:
FULL
RPT
"Z2" - Commonly known as a "weekly" or "monthly" reading. This prints transaction
data either on a weekly or monthly basis and resets all transaction totals to zero
except the Non-resettable ground total (NRGT). The “Z2” Report can be taken
simply by turning the Key to the “Z2” Position and pressing:
FULL
RPT
NOTE: If you do not have a pre-programmed Full Report button on your Keyboard
then this report can also be taken by turning the Key to the relevant reporting
position and pressing the Enter Key 3 times.
ENTER
X3
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ERROR MESSAGES
No.ERROR
MESSAGE
1 KEY OP ERR
2 ENTRY
OVER
3 ENTRY ERR
4 MEMRY
OVER
5 PLS CLERK
DESCRIPTION
Wrong key operation.
The exceeded number of digits was entered.
A wrong button was inputted.
Sales total amount has been exceeded.
Required to input clerk ID.
7 ENTER AMT
Required to enter amount.
8 ENT CVRS
11 NOT
PROGMD
12 CLS
DRAWER
13 INSERT
CHK
14 NEW ROLL
15 STOP
RGSTR
16 PLS
CASHIER
21 CHK RJ
PRT
24 NO SPT
TND
25 OFF 5 SEC
26 PRESS CLR
Required to enter the number of covers.
27 PLS WAIT
Please wait.
28 MLT DEF
Double definitions.
Button has not been programmed.
Till drawer open.
Reseat the paper.
New till roll to be installed
Finalisation on transaction required.
Required to enter cashier.
Check the receipt or journal printer.
Split tendering is not allowed.
Turn off the power for 5 seconds.
Press the Clear key.
31 PRS S TTL
Press the Subtotal key.
34 PL LFT MNY Money in drawer has exceeded the preset amount.
37 RJ TEMP
38 RJ HEAD
UP
40 CHK ECR
41 PRESS RLS
42 EJ ERROR
43 EJ NEAR
ERR
Receipt or journal printer over heating.
Printer arms are not closed.
Operation error. Press clear & check procedure.
Press the RLS key.
Electronic journal memory error.
E/J memory capacity is nearly full.
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44 EJ FINL
ERR
45 EJ FULL
48 BIRTHDAY
49 CAN‟T SELL
52 CHK
INVENT
55 RJ COM
ERR
56 OP ERROR
60 CLE->RLS>2ND REPT
TO RELEASE
101 NO
NUMBER
102 CASH
DECL
104 CA-ID
REQD
105 EN CLK ID
106 NO
JOURNAL
130 POWER
FAIL
145 LOGO WR
ERR
152 LOGO LD
ERR
163 DATA LD
ER
164 WRONG
DATA
165 ERASING
E/J memory capacity is very nearly full.
E/J memory is full.
Input the customer‟s birthday.
Age Verification.
Check the inventory data.
Communication error of the receipt or journal printer.
Operation error.
Exceeded items/amount in registration. Sale needs to be
tendered.
Number entered is incorrect.
Cash declaration is required.
Press the Clerk ID key.
Enter clerk ID number.
No electronic journal data.
Report canceled by power failure.
Failed to write logo data.
Failed to load logo data.
Failed to load the program data.
Data in the file is corrupt.
Internal flash memory is erasing.
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FAQ
Q: Till has no lights on display.
A: Ensure that till is running through a working power source and the power switch
is in the correct position.
Q: Receipt and/or Journal is feeding but printing blank
A: The till uses thermal paper so will only print on one side. Ensure the paper has
been installed the right way round. The shiny side should be the side the data
prints on.
Q: The till has power but will not respond
A: Turn the control lock to the 'P2' position. Turn the till off for 30 seconds. When
switching the till back on leave the control lock in the 'P2' position
Q: The Drawer clicks but does not open
A: Ensure that the drawer is unlocked.
down the RF button. Once the till displays 'PLEASE WAIT' release the RF
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GLOSSARY
The following list describes the SX-595’s
general terms and explanations for the
functionality of the machine
DEPARTMENT
A department can be used for grouping purposes. When a product is sold,
it will report under the heading of the designated department that the
product is linked to e.g. Stationery. Departments can also be placed on the
keyboard for manual price entry. Key in the amount and press the
relevant Department key
PLU
PLU stands for Price Look Up. These are the actual products that are sold
on the cash registers e.g. Pen, Pencil. The PLU must be linked to a
Department category to function.
HALO
HALO stands for High Amount Lock Out. This allows the user to program a
limit for each PLU/DEPT. e.g. an amount of no more than 10.00 can be
entered or sold for a designated product
PRICE OVERIDE
The Price Override feature allows the user to override the pre-set price of a
product.
After pressing the price override key, enter the amount and sell the
desired PLU
CASH, CHEQUE AND CARD
After items have been registered, a method of payment can be selected.
The amount of money given by the customer can be entered and the
change given will be displayed
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The totals report as cash in drawer, cheque in drawer and card in drawer.
These will all add up to the net total when a report is taken.
CLERK ID
Each user (Clerk) can have their own unique password for operating the
Cash register. This is useful for security and for reporting purposes. The
Clerk ID key can also be used to toggle the receipt on and off.
For further information on programming of this feature see page 14
CLERK HOLD
This will allow a clerk to hold their sale in the ECR while another Clerk
carries out a transaction.
Example:
Sign on the Clerk, register some items and press the Hold key. The sale is
stored in the cash register and the Display will show which clerks have
outstanding sales.
There are a maximum of 40 clerk holds on the Cash register.
# / ST
The # key is the function for No Sale. This will open the drawer.
The ST key is the function for Sub Total. After registration of a few
products, the Sub total key when pressed will display the total amount due
and print on the receipt.
TOTAL
The total key is used to display the total amount due including any add on
taxes.
The Total key is also used for printing a receipt after sale.
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X-TIME
The X-Time key is used for multiplication.
2) (X/TIME) (1.00) (DPT 1) would register a sale of 2.00 in Dept 1.
The key is also used for displaying the current time on the display
FC
The FC key is used for tendering in a foreign currency for example the
Euro. For further information to setting up this feature see page 27
RA
The RA key is the function for Received on Account. An amount that is
entered into the RA key as cash will increase the cash in drawer. A popular
use for this function would be to pay in a float.
Enter Amount – Press RA – Press Cash
PO
The PO key is the function for Paid Out. An amount that is entered into the
PO key as cash will decrease the Cash in drawer. A popular use for this
function is a Float out system.
Example:
Enter Amount – Press PO – Press Cash
CANCEL
The Cancel key is used to cancel the whole current transaction. All items
within the transaction will be voided automatically. Press Cancel at any
point during the current transaction
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EC
The Error Correct key will void the last item that was registered. Simply
press the EC key to void the last item
VOID
The Void key is used for voiding any item in the current transaction.
Press Void – 1.00 – DPT 1 or Press Void – Press/Scan PLU
RETURN
The Return key is used for voiding any item that was registered in a
previous transaction.
Press Return – 1.00 – DPT 1 or Press Return – Press/Scan PLU
DISCOUNT (- Key)
The – key is used to discount a whole amount from a transaction total.
For example a 50p Coupon.
Simply enter the amount to be discounted and press the – key. The user
can pre-set the – key if required.
% Discounts
The -% key is used to discount a percentage from either a single item or a
sub total of multiple items. The user can pre-set the -% key if required.
The +% key is used to add a percentage to either a single item or a sub
total of multiple items. The user can pre-set the +% key if required.
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