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TEC Electronic Cash Register

MA-600 SERIES

Owner's Manual

CE Compliance (for EU only)

This product complies with the requirements of EMC and Low Voltage Directives including their amendments.

CE- Konformität (nur für EU)

Dieses Produkt entspricht den Anforderungen EMC und Niederspannungs-Richtlinien inclusive deren Ergänzungen.

Homologué CE

Ce produit répond aux of EMC en matière de courant basse tension.

The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.

Die Ausgangsbuchse sollte leicht erreichbar in der Nähe des Gerätes installiert werden.

Le socle de prise de courant doit être installé à proximité du matériel et doit être aisément accessible.

La toma de corriente deberá estar instalada cera del equipo y en un lugar de tácil acceso.

Schallemission : unter 70 dB (A) nach DIN 45635 (ISO 7779)

CAUTION!

1. This manual may not be copied in whole or in part without prior written permission of TOSHIBA

TEC.

2. The contents of this manual may be changed without notification.

3. Please refer to your local Authorised Service representative with regard to any queries you may have in this manual.

< For EU Only >

TOSHIBA TEC Europe Retail Information Systems S.A.

Rue de la Célidée 33 BE-1080 Brussels

Copyright © 2005 by TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION

All Rights Reserved

570 Ohito, Izunokuni-shi, Shizuoka-ken, JAPAN

Safety Summary EO1-11154

Safety Summary

Personal safety in handling or maintaining the equipment is extremely important. Warnings and Cautions necessary for safe handling are included in this manual. All warnings and cautions contained in this manual should be read and understood before handling or maintaining the equipment.

Do not attempt to effect repairs or modifications to this equipment. If a fault occurs that cannot be rectified using the procedures described in this manual, turn off the power, unplug the machine, then contact your authorized TOSHIBA TEC representative for assistance.

Meanings of Each Symbol

This symbol indicates warning items (including cautions).

Specific warning contents are drawn inside the symbol.

(The symbol on the left indicates a general caution.)

This symbol indicates prohibited actions (prohibited items).

Specific prohibited contents are drawn inside or near the symbol.

(The symbol on the left indicates “no disassembling”.)

This symbol indicates actions which must be performed.

Specific instructions are drawn inside or near the ● symbol.

(The symbol on the left indicates “disconnect the power cord plug from the outlet”.)

WARNING

Prohibited

This indicates that there is the risk of death or serious injury if the machines are improperly handled contrary to this indication.

Do not plug in or unplug the power cord plug with wet hands as this may cause electric shock .

Any other than the specified AC voltage is prohibited.

Do not use voltages other than the voltage (AC) specified on the rating plate, as this may cause fire or electric shock .

Prohibited

Prohibited

If the machines share the same outlet with any other electrical appliances that consume large amounts of power, the voltage will fluctuate widely each time these appliances operate. Be sure to provide an exclusive outlet for the machine as this may cause fire or electric shock .

Do not insert or drop metal, flammable or other foreign objects into the machines through the ventilation slits, as this may cause fire or electric shock .

Prohibited

Prohibited

Do not place metal objects or water-filled containers such as flower vases, flower pots or mugs, etc. on top of the machines. If metal objects or spilled liquid enter the machines, this may cause fire or electric shock .

Do not scratch, damage or modify the power cords. Also, do not place heavy objects on, pull on, or excessively bend the cords, as this may cause fire or electric shock .

Disconnect the plug.

If the machines are dropped or their cabinets damaged, first turn off the power switches and disconnect the power cord plugs from the outlet, and then contact your authorized

TOSHIBA TEC representative for assistance. Continued use of the machine in that condition may cause fire or electric shock .

Disconnect the plug.

Continued use of the machines in an abnormal condition such as when the machines are producing smoke or strange smells may cause fire or electric shock . In these cases, immediately turn off the power switches and disconnect the power cord plugs from the outlet.

Then, contact your authorized

TOSHIBA TEC representative for assistance.

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Safety Summary EO1-11154

Connect a grounding wire.

If foreign objects (metal fragments, water, liquids) enter the machines, first turn off the power switches and disconnect the power cord plugs from the outlet, and then contact your authorized TOSHIBA TEC representative for assistance.

Continued use of the machine in that condition may cause fire or electric shock .

Ensure that the equipment is properly grounded. Extension cables should also be grounded.

Fire or electric shock could occur on improperly grounded equipment.

Disconnect the plug.

No disassembling.

When unplugging the power cords, be sure to hold and pull on the plug portion. Pulling on the cord portion may cut or expose the internal wires and cause fire or electric shock .

Do not remove covers, repair or modify the machine by yourself.

You may be injured by high voltage, very hot parts or sharp edges inside the machine.

Unauthorized modification is prohibited.

CAUTION

This indicates that there is the risk of personal Injury or damage to objects if the machines are improperly handled contrary to this indication.

Precautions

The following precautions will help to ensure that this machine will continue to function correctly.

● Try to avoid locations that have the following adverse conditions:

* Temperatures out of the specification * Direct sunlight

* Shared power source

* High humidity

* Dust/Gas * Excessive vibration

Do not subject the machine to sudden shocks.

● Do not press the keys too hard. Keys will operate correctly if they are touched lightly.

Clean the cover and keyboard, etc. by wiping with a dry cloth or a cloth soaked with detergent and wrung out thoroughly. Never use thinner or other volatile solvent for cleaning.

At the end of the day, turn the power OFF, then clean and inspect the exterior of the machine.

● Try to avoid using this equipment on the same power supply as high voltage equipment or equipment likely to cause mains interference.

● USE ONLY TOSHIBA TEC SPECIFIED consumables.

● DO NOT STORE the consumables where they might be exposed to direct sunlight, high temperatures, high humidity, dust, or gas.

When moving the machine, take hold of the drawer and lift the machine.

● Do not place heavy objects on top of the machines, as these items may become unbalanced and fall causing injury .

● Do not block the ventilation slits of the machines, as this will cause heat to build up inside the machines and may cause fire .

● Do not lean against the machine. It may fall on you and could cause injury .

Place the machine on a stable and level surface.

Request Regarding Maintenance

● Utilize our maintenance services.

After purchasing the machine, contact your authorized TOSHIBA TEC representative for assistance once a year to have the inside of the machine cleaned. Otherwise, dust will build up inside the machines and may cause a fire or a malfunction . Cleaning is particularly effective before humid rainy seasons.

Our preventive maintenance service performs the periodic checks and other work required to maintain the quality and performance of the machines, preventing accidents beforehand.

For details, please consult your authorized TOSHIBA TEC representative for assistance.

● Using insecticides and other chemicals

Do not expose the machines to insecticides or other volatile solvents. This will cause the cabinet or other parts to deteriorate or cause the paint to peel.

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OPERATOR’S GUIDE

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MA-600 SERIES

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page

1. TO OUR CUSTOMERS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------1- 1

2. ACCESSORIES-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1- 1

3. APPEARANCE AND NOMENCLATURE --------------------------------------------------------3- 1

4. MODE LOCK AND MODE SELECTOR KEYS -------------------------------------------------4- 1

4.1 Mode Lock -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4- 1

4.2 Mode Selector Keys -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4- 1

5. DISPLAY--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5- 1

5.1 LCD Display -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5- 2

5.2 10-digit 7-segment Numeric Display ----------------------------------------------------------------5- 4

5.3 Message Description (Status Lamps)---------------------------------------------------------------5- 4

6. OUTLINE OF PREPARATION PROCEDURE BEFORE OPERATING THE ECR ----6- 1

6.1 Installing/Replacing Receipt/Journal Roll -----------------------------------------------------6- 2

7. CASHIER SIGNING OR CASHIER KEY OPERATIONS-------------------------------------7- 1

7.1 Cashier Code Entry--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------7- 1

7.2 Cashier Key Method ( [CLK] Keys) ------------------------------------------------------------------7- 3

7.3 Cashier Interrupt Operation----------------------------------------------------------------------------7- 4

7.4 Training Mode Start and End--------------------------------------------------------------------------7- 7

8. KEYBOARD LAYOUT --------------------------------------------------------------------------------8- 1

9. FUNCTIONS OF EACH KEY------------------------------------------------------------------------9- 1

10. DAILY OPERATION FLOW ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 10- 1

11. REGISTERING PROCEDURE AND PRINT FORMAT ------------------------------------- 11- 1

No-Sale --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11-

11.2 Entry--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11-

11.3 PLU Entry (Manual PLU Code Entry) ------------------------------------------------------------- 11- 3

11.4 PLU Price Shift Entry---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11- 4

11.5 Repeat Entry--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11- 5

11.6 Quantity Extension (Multiplication) for DEPTs/PLUs------------------------------------------ 11- 6

11.7 Single-Item Department or Single-Item PLU Entry -------------------------------------------- 11- 7

Returned

11.9 Amount Discount --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11- 8

11.10 Percent Discount, Percent Charge ---------------------------------------------------------------- 11- 8

11.11 Store Coupon-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11- 9

11.12 Vendor Coupon ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11- 9

11.13

Void ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11-10

11.15 Void--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11-11

11.16 Non-Add Number Print------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11-11 er

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11.17 Listing Capacity Open-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11-12

11.18 Tax Status Modification------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 11-12

11.19 Subtotal (Sale Total Pre-taxed) Read------------------------------------------------------------ 11-12

11.20 VAT Calculation and Print--------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11-13

VAT

11.22 Add-on Tax Calculation and Print ----------------------------------------------------------------- 11-13

11.23 Tax Exemption (for Add-on Tax Feature) ------------------------------------------------------- 11-14

11.24 VAT Exemption (for VAT Feature) ---------------------------------------------------------------- 11-14

Finalizing

11.26

11.27 Tendering----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11-16

11.28 Cheque Cashing (No-sale cashing of a non-cash media) ---------------------------------- 11-17

Special

11.30 Rounding ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11-18

11.31 Sale Paid in Foreign Currencies------------------------------------------------------------------- 11-20

11.32 No-Sale Exchange from Foreign Currency to Domestic Currency ----------------------- 11-21

11.33 No-Sale Exchange from Domestic Currency to Foreign Currency ----------------------- 11-21

Paid-out-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11-22

11.35

11.36 Salesperson Entry (Salesperson Sign-ON)----------------------------------------------------- 11-23

Receipt-Issue/Non-Issue

11.38 Post-Issue------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 11-24

11.39 Charge Posting: Previous Balance Manual Entry Type ------------------------------------- 11-25

11.40 Journal Print (Thailand Specification) ------------------------------------------------------------ 11-27

11.41 VAT Total Display ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11-27

Consignment

11.43 Print----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11-28

11.44 Remote Slip Printer (hardware option) Operation--------------------------------------------- 11-29

11.45 When a Power Failure Occurs… ------------------------------------------------------------------ 11-30

12. JOURNAL AND RECEIPT PAPER-END DETECTOR ------------------------------------- 12- 1

13. PRINTER HEAD OPEN DETECTOR------------------------------------------------------------ 13- 1

14. REMOTE SLIP PRINTER MOTOR LOCK DETECTOR------------------------------------ 13- 1

15. GENERAL MAINTENANCE ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 15- 1

15.1 Cleaning the Covers----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 15- 1

15.2 Removing Jammed Paper --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 15- 1

15.3 When “VOLTAGE ERROR” is displayed... ------------------------------------------------------ 15- 1

15.4 Removing the Drawer --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 15- 1

15.5 Media Slot------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 15- 2

15.6 Changing the Layout of the Money Case -------------------------------------------------------- 15- 2

15.7 Drawer Key ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 15- 3

16. SPECIFICATIONS ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 16- 1

1. TO OUR CUSTOMERS EO1-11154

1. TO OUR CUSTOMERS

1. TO OUR CUSTOMERS

Thank you for choosing the TEC electronic cash register MA-600 series. This instruction manual provides a description of the functions and handling of this ECR and should be read carefully to ensure optimum performance. Since every consideration has been given to safety and reliability, there is no danger of damaging the machine by incorrect operation.

Please refer to this manual whenever you have any questions concerning the machine. This machine has been manufactured under strict quality control and should give you full satisfaction. However, if the machine is damaged during transport or there are any unclear points in this manual, please contact your local TOSHIBA

TEC representative.

• The specifications described in this manual may be modified by TOSHIBA TEC, if necessary.

• Be sure to keep this manual for future reference.

2. ACCESSORIES

Confirm that all the following accessories are contained in the carton. If any accessories are missing or damaged, contact your nearest TOSHIBA TEC service representative.

MA S

Owner’s Manual (1 copy) Paper Roll (2 pcs.) Mode Selector Keys

(REG, MGR, MA, S key: 2 pcs. each)

Journal Take-up Reel (1 pc.) Drawer Key (2 pcs.) Printer Cover Key (2 pcs.)

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3. APPEARANCE AND NOMENCLATURE EO1-11154

3. APPEARANCE AND NOMENCLATURE

3. APPEARANCE AND NOMENCLATURE

Operator Display

Receipt Cover

Customer Display

Journal Cover

Receipt Outlet

Journal Window

Release Button

Release Button

Mode Lock

Keyboard

Power Cord

Drawer

Connector Cover

Brightness Control

Receipt Cover and Journal Cover

Interface Connectors

The Receipt Cover is provided for the receipt paper holder and the receipt printer.

The Journal Cover is provided for the journal paper holder and the journal printer.

Receipt Outlet or Journal Window

The receipt for the finalized sale is issued from the Receipt Outlet.

The operator see which items have already been entered through the Journal Window.

Mode Lock

Type of register operation is selected by the Mode Lock. (See Section 4.)

Operator Display and Customer Display

The entered contents and the status of the ECR are confirmed on these displays. (See Section 5.)

Keyboard

Sale items are entered through the Keyboard. (See Section 8.)

Interface Connectors (USB Connector, Expansion PLU Keyboard Connector)

The USB Connector allows a connection of a PC. (for maintenance)

The Expansion PLU Keyboard Connector allows a connection of an Expansion PLU Keyboard (PK-2).

The RS-232C Connector allows a connection of a Remote Slip Printer.

Brightness Control

To make the LCD display brighter, turn the Brightness Control clockwise. To make it darker, turn the control counterclockwise.

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4. MODE LOCK AND MODE SELECTOR KEYS EO1-11154

4.1 Mode Lock

4. MODE LOCK AND MODE SELECTOR KEYS

4.1 Mode Lock

MA

Key

MGR

Key

4.2 Mode Selector Keys

REG

Key

(POSITION)

SET

REG

X

MGR

Z

(FUNCTION)

In this position, the ECR will allow programming operations.

( LOCK position) The register operations are locked when the Mode Lock is in this mode.

Meanwhile, the current time is displayed.

Normal cash register operations are carried out in this mode. However, the operations requiring a

Manager Intervention cannot be performed in this mode.

The sale totals in memory can be read and the programmed data can be verified in this mode.

This position allows to register all normal cash register operations to be carried out in the “ REG ” mode and the operations requiring a Manager

Intervention.

This is the “Negative Mode” which automatically processes all the entries in the reverse way, i.e. positive items into negative, and the negative into positive. It is usually used to return or cancel all the items once purchased in a sale in the “ REG ” or “ MGR ” mode.

All the resettable totals and their respective counters in memory will be read and reset in this mode.

REG Key: The REG key is used by the cashier or clerk who operates the ECR.

This key can access the positions of LOCK and REG of the Mode Lock.

MGR Key : The key is used by the store manager. This key can access the positions of LOCK , REG , X , and MGR .

MA Key: The MA key is used by the owner who will daily supervise the collection of money and the printout of transactions recorded by the ECR. This key is also used when programming the ECR. This key can access the positions of SET , LOCK , REG , X , MGR , - and Z .

S Key: The representative to access any position. To prevent programmed data and sales data from being changed or cleared by mistake, do not use this key without instructions of our TOSHIBA TEC representative.

The keys may be inserted or pulled out at the “LOCK” or “REG” position.

In the OPERATOR’S GUIDE, functions and operations will be described within the range of the Mode Lock positions of LOCK and REG using the REG key. Since operations requiring other positions and keys are controlled by the store manager, they are described in the MANAGER’S GUIDE.

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5. DISPLAY EO1-11154

5. DISPLAY

5. DISPLAY

The operator display is located at the top of the ECR just above the keyboard.

OPERATOR DISPLAY (Front Display)

(

( )

)

DPT RPT AMOUNT

LCD display

PC TL ST

10-digit 7-segment

Numeric display

The customer display can be moved horizontally, and thus is fully adjustable according to the position of the customer.

CUSTOMER DISPLAY (Rear Display)

AMOUNT

TL ST

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5. DISPLAY EO1-11154

5.1 LCD Display

5.1 LCD Display

The LCD display adopts 192 x 64 dot LCD display tubes and displays department name, PLU name, item count, transaction name, error message, and so on. Numbers of digits and lines to be required vary depending on the status of the mode lock.

Status of the Mode Lock Description

REG ,

X

MGR

, Z

SET

, - modes

modes

mode

Department name, PLU name, item count, transaction name, etc. are displayed with up to 16 one-byte or 8 two-byte characters per line in two lines.

Read/Reset menus and titles are displayed with up to 24 one-byte or 12 two-byte characters per line in four lines.

Programming menu and programmed data are displayed with up to 24 one-byte or 12 two-byte characters per line in four lines.

• Digit Range for Various Sales Items (“REG”, “MGR”, “ - ”)

PLU Code

(4 digits in the upper line)

Item Count (11 digits in the upper line)

16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Transaction Name (12 digits in the lower line)

Department/PLU Name (16 digits in the lower line)

• Error Messages (in any mode except “LOCK”)

When an error occurs, an error message (programmable) is displayed with an error buzzer generated (a long tone).

16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Error Message (16 digits x 2 lines)

Read the error message, depress the [C] key to cancel the error status and tone, operate the sequence again after removing the cause of the error.

The following table shows the cause of the error.

If the error status cannot be cancelled or an error message not listed in the table on the next page is displayed, please contact your nearest TOSHIBA TEC representative.

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5. DISPLAY

Error Message

(Standard Setting)

OPERATION ERROR

MANAGER REQUIRED

CLOSE DRAWER

COMPULSORY CODE

MISC ERROR

PC COMM ERROR

CODE ERROR

DRAWER LIMIT

CONSIGNMENT

COMPULSORY

COMPULSORY SLIP

PAPER END

← RECEIPT

COVER OPEN

← RECEIPT

HEAD OPEN

PAPER END

SLIP OFF LINE

SLIP PAPER OUT

ST COMP

SALESPERSON COMP

FIN R/A PROHIBIT

MDR COMP

PRICE INPUT

PROHIBIT ERROR

NO PRICE INPUT

MODE-CH PROHIBIT

SALES-P PROHIBIT

TOTAL ONLY

TENDER ONLY

SH_TEND PROHIBIT

OV_TEND PROHIBIT

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5.1 LCD Display

ERROR MESSAGE TABLE

Cause of the Error Cancelling the Error

Key sequence or operation procedure error

The operation requires a Manager Intervention.

Depress the [C] key, then retry to perform the operation correctly.

Call your manager to perform the operation in

MGR mode.

The drawer must be closed before the operation.

Fully close the drawer.

No code has been entered where it is Input a specified code. compulsory.

Other errors

File receiving error (when a PC is connected).

A specified code has not been programmed at the PLU entry.

Media pick up warning

Consignment compulsion error

Retry to perform PC communication.

Input the PLU code.

Call your manager.

Perform a consignment print operation.

The operation requires a slip print.

The receipt printer runs out of the paper.

Receipt cover open error

Journal paper retainer open error

The journal printer runs out of the paper.

Remote slip printer is off line status.

(The remote slip printer is off or the printer cable is disconnected.)

No slip paper is set.

The [ST] key entry compulsion error

Salesperson entry compulsion error

Finalizing a Received-on-account entry is attempted even when it is prohibited.

When the money declaration feature has been selected, the issuance of the daily financial report or prohibited reports is attempted prior to performing the money declaration operation.

A price entry is attempted at the preset-price department/PLU entry.

The open-price department/PLU entry without the price entry is attempted.

Mode change is done while any operation is performed.

The salesperson entry during a registration operation is attempted even when it is prohibited.

Total only error

Tender only error

The depressed key has been programmed with the status of short-tendering prohibition.

The depressed key has been programmed with the status of over-tendering prohibition.

Perform a slip print operation after finalizing a sale.

Replace the receipt roll with a new one, then depress the [C] key.

Fully close the receipt cover, then depress the

[C] key.

Fully close the journal paper ratainer, then depress the [C] key.

Replace the journal roll with a new one, then depress the [C] key.

When this error message is displayed, the [ITEM

CORR] key depression will let a confirmation message displayed. By following the confirmation message, the [ITEM CORR] key depression will let the printer disconnected, meanwhile the [C] key depression will let the printer remain connected.

Set a slip paper on the remote slip printer.

Depress the [ST] key prior to finalizing a sale.

Prior to performing a registration operation, input a salesperson code then depress the

[Salesperson] key.

Finalize a sale by media keys other than the

[R/A] key.

Call your manager to perform a money declaration operation.

Depress the [PR OPEN] ( [OPEN] ) key, then input a price.

Input a price, then perform the registration operation.

Return the Mode Lock to a proper position.

Prohibition of the salesperson entry during a registration operation has been programmed.

Contact your nearest TOSHIBA TEC representative if necessary.

The depressed key has been programmed with the total-only status. Contact your nearest

TOSHIBA TEC representative if necessary.

The depressed key has been programmed with the tender-only status. Contact your nearest

TOSHIBA TEC representative if necessary.

Perform a registration operation so as not to result in short-tendered amount.

Perform a registration operation so as not to result in over-tendered amount.

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5. DISPLAY EO1-11154

5.2 10-digit 7-segment Numeric Display

ERROR MESSAGE TABLE ( continued )

Error Message

(Standard Setting)

CASHING PROHIBIT

NEGATIVE NUMBER

PROGRAM ERROR

VOLTAGE ERROR

Cause of the Error

Cheque cashing prohibition error

Negative balance error when the credit balance is allowed by the program option.

Programming error

Printer voltage error

Cancelling the Error

The depressed key has been programmed with the status of no-purchase cashing prohibition.

Contact your nearest TOSHIBA TEC representative if necessary.

Perform the discount operation within an allowance.

Contact your nearest TOSHIBA TEC representative.

It is recommended to prepare a copy of the above table, and place it near the ECR.

5.2 10-digit 7-segment Numeric Display

(1) Numeric Display

AMOUNT (7 digits) Displays the numeric data such as amount and quantity. When the obtained total or subtotal amount is 10-digit value, the RPT and DPT digits are also used for the amount display. When no entries are under way and the Mode Lock is in the REG position, the current time is displayed.

DPT (2 digits)

RPT (1 digit)

Displays a Department Code of a department item just entered. The department name is also displayed in the LCD display. It remains lit when the entry of the same department item is repeated.

Displays the repeat count of the same Department or PLU item. The count is indicated from the second entry on, and only the lowest digit of the repeat count will be displayed even when the count exceeds nine (such as “0” for 10, “1” for 11, etc.)

5.3 Message Description (Status Lamps)

Status Lamp Colour

ALM

Red

Description

Illuminates with the alarm buzzer generated to indicate that the last operation or numeric entry was an error. To clear the error status, depress the [C] key.

SLIP

R OFF

SIGN ON

PC

Red

Green lamp does not illuminate even when a slip is set to the slip printer.

Illuminates when the Receipt-OFF mode is declared by the [LOG/RECEIPT] (or

[RECEIPT] ) key. In this condition, no receipts will be issued for a sale to be entered. It extinguishes by depressing the [LOG/RECEIPT] (or [RECEIPT] ) key again for Receipt-ON mode.

Illuminates only when the Cashier Code Entry method is selected. It illuminates when a cashier has signed ON. It extinguishes when the cashier has signed

OFF, and the message “LOG” is displayed in the LCD display instead.

Green Illuminates during data communication between the ECR and a PC.

TL

ST

CG

Red is finalized without any amount tendered. is subtotal.

[ST] key is depressed, indicating that the displayed amount

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6. OUTLINE OF PREPARATION PROCEDURE BEFORE OPERATING THE ECR EO1-11154

6. OUTLINE OF PREPARATION PROCEDURE BEFORE OPERATING THE ECR

6. OUTLINE OF PREPARATION PROCEDURE BEFORE

OPERATING THE ECR

This chapter shows the outline of set-up procedure of the ECR before actually starting the register operation.

WARNING!

1. Be sure to connect the power plug into a rated wall outlet. Failure to do this may cause fire or electric shock.

2. Do not connect or disconnect the power plug with wet hands as this may cause electric shock.

REG

SET

REG

SET

REG MA S

X MGR

X MGR

Z

Z

1. Remove the ECR from the carton. And take out all the parts and accessories.

2. Place the ECR on a stable and level surface, then remove the tapes and seals for holding parts or protecting surface of the ECR.

3. Connect the power plug into a wall outlet. Make sure that the outlet voltage matches that of the power required for the ECR.

4. Insert the REG key into the mode lock.

5. Turn the mode lock to the REG position and power on the ECR.

6. Install the receipt and journal rolls. (Refer to the following section “Installing/Replacing the

Receipt/Journal Roll”.)

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6. OUTLINE OF PREPARATION PROCEDURE BEFORE OPERATING THE ECR EO1-11154

6.1 Installing/Replacing the Receipt/Journal Roll

6.1 Installing/Replacing the Receipt/Journal Roll

WARNING!

1. Never touch the print head and around it just after printing. You may get burned as the print head becomes very hot during printing.

2. Carefully close the receipt cover so as not to catch your fingers. You may get injured.

3. Do not touch the cutter portion as you may get injured.

CAUTION!

1. Be sure to use the paper which meets the specifications below. Failure to do this may cause a paper jam and a printer failure.

Media----------------------------------------Thermal roll paper

Width ----------------------------------------58 +0/-1 mm

Thickness ----------------------------------0.06 mm to 0.08 mm

Outside dimension -----------------------80 mm or less

Recommended thermal paper --------Only paper rolled onto a core is acceptable, however, the paper end

Standard paper: should not be pasted to the core

TF60KS-E (Nippon Paper Industries)

High-sensitive

PD150R (Oji Paper Co., Ltd) paper:

Medium-term preserving paper:

Long-term preserving paper:

.

TF50KS-E4 (Nippon Paper Industries)

TP60KS-F1 (Nippon Paper Industries)

P220VBB-1 (MITSUBISHI PAPER MILLS LIMITED)

PD170R (Oji Paper Co., Ltd)

TP50KJ-R (Nippon Paper Industries)

PD160R-N (Oji Paper Co., Ltd)

AFP-235 (MITSUBISHI PAPER MILLS LIMITED)

HA220AA (MITSUBISHI PAPER MILLS LIMITED)

PD152R (Oji Paper Co., Ltd)

2. Do not pull the receipt being issued during a print operation. When taking an issued receipt, be sure to confirm that the cutter operation stops. Failure to do this may cause a paper jam or a printer failure.

3. Be sure to attach the receipt cover before issuing the receipt. Failure to do this may cause a printer failure.

Turn the mode lock to the REG position using the Mode Selector Key to perform the paper roll installation in this section.

When the receipt roll is installed for the first time or when the receipt paper ends, the following error status is indicated both on the LCD display and on the 10-digit 7-segment Numeric display. In this case, install or replace the receipt roll by following the procedure on the next page. (See Installing/Replacing the Receipt Roll .)

P blinks on the leftmost digit of the 10-digit 7-segment

Numeric display.

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6. OUTLINE OF PREPARATION PROCEDURE BEFORE OPERATING THE ECR EO1-11154

6.1 Installing/Replacing the Receipt/Journal Roll

Installing/Replacing the Receipt Roll

Receipt Cover

2

Release Button

Receipt Cover

Receipt Outlet

Paper Core

1

1. Push the release button and open the receipt cover.

2. Remove the remaining paper roll or paper core from the receipt paper holder. (When loading the receipt paper roll for the first time, go to Step 3.)

3. Load the receipt paper roll so that the beginning of the paper faces down.

4. Pull the beginning of the receipt paper out from the receipt outlet. Slowly close the receipt cover while holding the paper.

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6. OUTLINE OF PREPARATION PROCEDURE BEFORE OPERATING THE ECR EO1-11154

6.1 Installing/Replacing the Receipt/Journal Roll

Receipt Cover

RF

Current time is displayed here.

5. Fully close the receipt cover until it clicks.

6. Press and hold the [RF] key for a few sconds and make sure that the the receipt paper is fed correctly.

If it is not fed correctly, start from Step 1 again.

7. Press the [C] key to cancel the error status. Then the status shown in the figure is displayed.

8. Manually cut the receipt paper which was fed.

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6.1 Installing/Replacing the Receipt/Journal Roll

When the journal roll is installed for the first time or when the journal paper ends, the following error status is indicated both on the LCD display and on the 10-digit 7-segment Numeric display. In this case, install or replace the journal roll by following the procedure below. (See Installing/Replacing the Journal Roll .)

Installing/Replacing the Journal Roll

Journal Cover

Take-up Reel

1

P blinks on the third leftmost digit of the 10-digit 7segment Numeric display.

2

Journal Paper

Journal Paper Retainer.

Release Button

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1. To remove the journal cover, insert the printer cover key to the journal cover lock, and then turn it

90 ° clockwise.

2. When installing the journal roll for the first time, go to Step 3.

When replacing the journal roll, remove the takeup reel from the holder, then pull the paper out of the reel.

CAUTION: Never try to pull out the remaining paper end by hand. It may cause a paper jam. The remaining paper should be fully taken up by pressing the [JF] key.

3. Push the release button to raise the journal paper retainer.

6. OUTLINE OF PREPARATION PROCEDURE BEFORE OPERATING THE ECR EO1-11154

6.1 Installing/Replacing the Receipt/Journal Roll

Paper Core

Journal Paper Retainer

Current time is displayed here.

4. When installing the journal roll for the first time, go to Step 5.

When replacing the journal roll, remove the paper core from the journal paper holder.

5. Load the journal roll as indicated with the figure on the left. Then, pull the end of the journal roll until about 8 inches (about 20 cm) of paper comes out of the journal outlet.

6. Slowly close the journal paper retainer until it clicks. the key to cancel the error status. Then the status shown in the figure is displayed.

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6.1 Installing/Replacing the Receipt/Journal Roll

Take-up Reel

Journal Paper

Reel Holder

8. Insert the paper end into the slit of the take-up reel and wind it around the reel twice or three times.

9. Set the take-up reel into the reel holder. Then press the [JF] key and make sure that the journal paper is taken up correctly. If it is not taken up correctly, the take-up reel may not be set into the reel holder correctly. In this case, retry to set the take-up reel into the reel holder.

10. Attach the printer cover.

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7. CASHIER SIGNING OR CASHIER KEY OPERATIONS EO1-11154

7.1 Cashier Code Entry

7. CASHIER SIGNING OR CASHIER KEY OPERATIONS

7.1 Cashier Code Entry

Each cashier will sign-ON or sign-OFF through the [LOG/RECEIPT] (or [LOG] ) key.

OPERATION: Mode Lock: REG (or, MGR or “ - “ with Manager Intervention)

( [LOG/RECEIPT] = [LOG] )

(1) For Single-drawer Machines

Sign-ON [LOG/RECEIPT]

A Sign-ON receipt is issued, and sales entries are now possible.

2-digit cashier code

(01 to 08)

2-digit cashier’s own secret code

(01 to 99) ( NOTE 1 )

[LOG/RECEIPT]

sales entries will be accepted.

Sign-ON ..........to be operated to start the job.

Sign-OFF ........to be operated to end the job.

NOTES: 1. As cashier’s own secret code, the code used for Sign-ON just after the issuance of cashier reset report is programmed. The secret code will be cleared when the cashier reset report is output.

2. At the sign-ON or sign-OFF time, only the journal print is performed and none of the receipt is issued by the programming option setting.

3 The secret code and the cashier code should be entered in two-digit numeric values. (i.e. Enter “01” for the code 1.)

(2) For Multi-drawer Machines

Sign-ON [X] [LOG/RECEIPT]

2-digit cashier code (01 to 08)

2-digit cashier’s own secret code (01 to 99)

1 or 2 as Drawer No.

By entering a Drawer No., the designated drawer will open on finalizing each sale by that cashier. It will cause an error if a Drawer No. already used by another cashier is entered.

Sign-OFF

Same as that for Single-drawer Machines.

NOTES: 1. A maximum of 2 different cashiers may sign-ON on a Multi-drawer Machine at the same time. To allow more than one cashier’s Sign-ON, the first cashier(s) must sign-OFF before the next cashier signs ON. Accordingly, only the cashier being signed ON can sign OFF.

2. When the Drawer No. entry and the [X] key are skipped in a Sign-ON, the drawers will automatically be assigned to the cashiers from the smaller No. to the larger.

3. Performing Sign-OFF automatically cancels the designation of the drawer. Therefore, at the next opportunity to perform Sign-ON, the designation of another drawer is available.

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7. CASHIER SIGNING OR CASHIER KEY OPERATIONS EO1-11154

7.1 Cashier Code Entry

(3) Mode Changes with Signing Operations

When Signed-ON :

The Mode Lock position change is allowed within “ LOCK ”, “ REG ”, “ MGR ”, and “ ”. Changing to any other position will be an error.

When Signed-OFF :

The Mode Lock may be turned to any position. Therefore, it is best for the cashier (or all the cashiers on a

Multi-drawer Machine) to sign-OFF before the Mode Lock is turned to the “ LOCK ”, “ X ”, “ Z ”, or “ SET ” position.

-- SIGNING OPERATION RECEIPT PRINT FORMAT SAMPLES --

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #3001

∗∗

SIGN ON

∗∗

JONES 0084 15:21TM

31-10-2005 MON #3001

∗∗

SIGN OFF

∗∗

JONES 0087 15:23TM

NOTE: A program option provides a selection not to print nor issue receipts on any signing operation. sst aat nhout nf www.

webshop.

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7. CASHIER SIGNING OR CASHIER KEY OPERATIONS EO1-11154

7.2 Cashier Key Method ( [CLK] Keys)

7.2 Cashier Key Method ([CLK] Keys)

When the [LOG/RECEIPT] (or [LOG] ) key is not installed, [CLK] keys ( [CLK 1] to [CLK 8] ; max. 8 keys) may be provided on the ECR keyboard.

Sale entries will be possible only when one of the [CLK] keys is depressed (in “ REG ”, “ MGR ”, or “ - ” mode).

When the same [CLK] key is again depressed, the cashier is in Sign-OFF status.

A program option provides a selection to display or not display the cashier code (1 to 8) of the cashier being

Sign-ON condition at the “DPT” digit on the 7-segment numeric display of the Operator Display.

The multi-drawer feature may be taken with the [CLK] keys. In this case, each of the drawers is assigned to the cashier of the following keys.

Drawer 1 to [CLK 1]

Drawer 2 to [CLK 2] to [CLK 8]

-- Cashier ID Print on Sale Receipts --

On every sale receipt (issued in “ REG ”, “ MGR ”, or “ - ” mode), the name of the cashier who has operated the entries of the sale is printed. The cashier name is programmable corresponding to each Cashier Key No. (under the CASHIER KEY METHOD) or manager-assign cashier code (under the CASHIER CODE ENTRY METHOD).

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Cashier’s Name

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #3001

DP01 € 3,00

DP02 € 1,30

CASH € 4,30

ITEM 2

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7. CASHIER SIGNING OR CASHIER KEY OPERATIONS EO1-11154

7.3 Cashier Interrupt Operation

7.3 Cashier Interrupt Operation

By switching the Cashier Key during a sale, interruptions by other cashiers with sale items are allowed. This function is available to the ECR adopting “CASHIER KEY METHOD ( [CLK] keys)”, however, it is unavailable under the “CASHIER CODE ENTRY METHOD”.

CONDITION: Receipt-OFF (i.e. “R OFF” Lamp is illuminated)

Mode Lock: REG, MGR, or - position.

Operation Example 1 (Single-cashier Interruption):

Cashier 1

(1) (2) Cashier 1 Æ Cashier 2

Cashier 2

(5) (4) Cashier 1 Å Cashier 2

Sale Finalization

(1) Sale item entries started by Cashier 1.

(2) Switching Cashier 1 Key to Cashier 2 Key (interruption by Cashier 2).

(3) Sale item entries and finalization by Cashier 2.

(4) Switching Cashier 2 Key to Cashier 1 Key.

(5) Cashier 1 resumes his/her own entries and finalizes the sale.

(3)

Sale Finalization

Operation Example 2 (Multi-cashier Interruption):

Cashier 1

Cashier 2

(1) (2) Cashier 1 Æ Cashier 2

(3) (4) Cashier 2 Æ Cashier 3

(9) (8) Cashier 1

Sale Finalization

Å Cashier 2

(7) (6) Cashier 2

Sale Finalization

Å Cashier 3

Cashier 3

(5)

Sale Finalization

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7.3 Cashier Interrupt Operation

(1) Sale item entries started by Cashier 1.

(2) Switching Cashier 1 Key to Cashier 2 Key (interruption by Cashier 2).

(3) Sale item entries by Cashier 2.

(4) Switching Cashier 2 Key to Cashier 3 Key (interruption by Cashier 3).

(5) Sale item entries and finalization by Cashier 3.

(6) Switching Cashier 3 Key to Cashier 2 Key.

(7) Cashier 2 resumes his/her own entries and finalizes the sale.

(8) Switching Cashier 2 Key to Cashier 1 Key.

(9) Cashier 1 resumes his/her own entries and finalizes the sale.

Operation Example 3 (Multi-time Interruption):

Cashier 1

(1) (2) Cashier 1 Æ Cashier 2

Cashier 2

(9)

(6) Cashier 1

(8) Cashier 1

Sale Finalization

Å Cashier 2

Æ

Å

Cashier 3

Cashier 3

(3)

Sale Finalization

Cashier 3

(7)

Sale Finalization

(1) Sale item entries started by Cashier 1.

(2) Switching Cashier 1 Key to Cashier 2 Key (interruption by Cashier 2).

(3) Sale item entries and finalization by Cashier 2.

(4) Switching Cashier 2 Key to Cashier 1 Key.

(5) Cashier 1 resumes his/her own entries.

(6) Switching Cashier 1 Key to Cashier 3 Key (interruption by Cashier 3).

(7) Sale item entries and finalization by Cashier 3.

(8) Switching Cashier 3 Key to Cashier 1 Key.

(9) Cashier 1 resumes his/her own entries and finalizes the sale.

NOTES:

1. Whether the Cashier Interrupt Operation is allowed or not is determined by program option selection. A maximum of 6 cashiers are acceptable in a sale (i.e. up to 5 cashiers can interrupt a sale started by another cashier).

2. The Cashier Interrupt operation is available only in the Receipt-OFF mode. If the “R OFF” lamp is extinguished, depress the [LOG/RECEIPT] (or [RECEIPT] ) key to illuminate the lamp.

3. When the sale-starting Cashier Key is changed to another Cashier Key, the display shows the initial status

(0.00).

4. When interrupting entries are completed and the interrupting Cashier Key is switched to the Cashier Key under which a sale entry has been suspended, the “ST” lamp lights up and the subtotal amount of the suspended sale is displayed.

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7.3 Cashier Interrupt Operation the (Post-receipt) key after finalizing each cashier’s own entries will print and issue a receipt of his/her entries. The post-receipt of each cashier’s entries is available any time after finalizing his/her own entries until another sale is started by his/her Cashier Key.

Example: Cashier 1 first starts a sale.

Cashier 2 next interrupts the sale, enters items, and finalizes his sale portion.

The receipt is not taken.

Cashier 1 then resumes his suspended sale.

Cashier 3 next interrupts the sale, enters items, and finalizes his sale portion.

The receipt is not taken.

Cashier 1 again resumes his suspended sale and finalizes his sale portion.

The receipt (for the Cashier 1 portion) is taken.

In this case, Cashier 2 and/or Cashier 3 can issue the receipt of his sale portion by turning on his own

Cashier Key and depressing the [RECEIPT ISSUE] key even after the sale finalization and receipt issuance by Cashier 1.

6. A program option provides a selection of Itemized Receipt or Total-only Receipt for the post-receipt.

However, when data exceeds 30 lines, a Total-only Receipt is always issued regardless of the selection.

7. The Cashier Interrupt Operation is not possible during an R/A, PO, or short-tendering operation sequence.

8. None of R/A, PO, No-sale, Previous Balance (Manual Entry type), All Void, Non-add Number Print at starting of a sale, and Salesperson Entry are possible during a sale interrupted by a cashier or cashiers.

9. When the Cashier Interrupt has been selected by the program option, none of All Void, Salesperson Entry,

Non-add Number Print at starting of a sale can be operated.

10. The Customer Count of each department is not processed when the Cashier Interrupt option is selected.

-- PRINT FORMAT WITH AN OPERATION EXAMPLE AT CASHIER INTERRUPTION --

Key Operation Journal

Journal Print Timing

Cashier 1 Key ON

100 [DP 1]

200 [DP 2]

Cashier 1 Key → Cashier 2 Key

300 [DP 3]

400 [DP 4]

Cashier 2 Key → Cashier 3 Key

100 [PLU 1]

200 [PLU 2]

[AT/TL]

[RECEIPT ISSUE]

(issues Receipt (A))

Cashier 3 Key → Cashier 2 Key

500 [DP 5]

[AT/TL]

[RECEIPT ISSUE]

(issues Receipt (B))

Cashier 2 Key → Cashier 1 Key

[AT/TL]

[RECEIPT ISSUE]

(issues Receipt (C))

DP01 € 1,00

DP02 € 2,00

1CL 18:30TM

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

DP03

3,00

DP04 € 4,00

2CL 18:31TM

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

PLU000001

1,00

PLU000002

2,00

CASH € 3,00

ITEM 2

3CL 0123 18:32TM

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

SUBTL € 7,00

DP05 € 5,00

CASH € 12,00

ITEM 3

2CL 0122 18:31TM

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

SUBTL € 3,00

CASH € 3,00

ITEM

1CL 0121 18:30TM

NOTE: When the Cashier key is switched and the first item is entered, multiple lines are printed.

Item Description:

(1) Cashier 1 entry start time

(2) Interruption Mark

(3) Cashier 2 previous sale subtotal amount

(4) Cashier 1 previous sale subtotal amount

(3)

(1)

(2)

(4)

(1)

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7.4 Training Mode Start and End

Receipt Print by Post-receipt Operation

(A) (B)

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #3001

PLU000001 € 1,00

PLU000002

2,00

CASH

3,00

ITEM 2

3CL 0123 18:32TM

31-10-2005 MON #3001

DP03

3,00

DP04

4,00

DP05

5,00

CASH

12,00

ITEM 3

2CL 0122 18:31TM

7.4 Training Mode Start and End

(C)

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #3001

DP01

1,00

DP02

2,00

CASH € 3,00

ITEM 2

1CL 0121 18:30TM

When you have newly employed cashiers, you may provide some time for them to train their skills of operating the ECR. You are to start and end the Training Mode. Once entering the Training Mode, a cashier may operate just as ordinary sale entry operations in “ REG ” and “ MGR ” modes except Sign-ON/OFF entry and check track operation. The data in the Training Mode are processed into the training cashier memory but not affect any actual sales data in business.

CONDITION Outside a sale, and in Cashier Signed-OFF condition for CASHIER CODE ENTRY Method

OPERATION FOR TRAINING MODES START

„ Cashier Code Entry Method

[LOG/RECEIPT] (or [LOG] ) .................................... A training-ON receipt is issued.

2-digit cashier code with Training status (01 to 08)

2-digit cashier’s secret code (01 to 99)

„ Cashier Key Method

Case 1: Set the Cashier Key programmed with Training status .... A training-ON receipt is not issued.

Case 2: 99 [LOG/RECEIPT] (or [LOG] ) ......................... A training-ON receipt is issued.

(In Cashier Code and Name Setting, cashier code 99 should be programmed as training status ON beforehand.)

Fixed to 99 for training purposes.

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7.4 Training Mode Start and End

ENTRIES IN TRAINING MODE

Registering operations are allowed by the trainees:

„ All sale or transaction entry operations are possible in the Training Mode, except: 1) The drawer will not open.

2) The Consecutive No. on the receipt will not be incremented.

3) Print occurs on receipt but not journal.

4) The Remote Slip Printer prints a slip.

OPERATION FOR TRAINING MODE END

„ Code Entry Method, and Cashier Key Method Case 2

0 [LOG/RECEIPT] (or [LOG] ) .................................... A training-OFF receipt is issued in both cases.

„ Cashier Key Method Case 1

Change from the current Cashier Key to another Cashier Key.

Now the ECR is in a Signed-OFF condition. You may turn the Mode Lock to any position for its corresponding operations. To start sale entries, a Cashier Key to ON status or a cashier’s Sign-ON status is again necessary.

NOTES:

1. In the training mode, a cashier who has been programmed with training status in the cashier code and name programming is allowed to perform the operation.

2. The secret code and the training cashier code should be entered in two-digit numeric values. (i.e. Enter “01” for the code 1.)

-- Training Mode Receipt Format --

Training Start (Training Sign-ON) Receipt Training End (Training Sign-OFF) Receipt

31-10-2005 MON #3001

∗∗ TRAINING ∗∗

∗∗

ON

∗∗ Receipt issued in Training Mode

31-10-2005 MON #3001

∗∗ TRAINING ∗∗

∗∗

OFF

∗∗

Training Mode Header

31-10-2005 MON #3001

∗∗ TRAINING ∗∗

Tomato € 1,00

VEGETABLE € 2,30

CASH

2,30

ITEM 2

∗∗

TRAINING

∗∗

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8. KEYBOARD LAYOUT EO1-11154

8. KEYBOARD LAYOUT

8. KEYBOARD LAYOUT

The following are typical keyboard layouts for the MA-600 series. Since this series is designed to be capable of programming most of the keys to be placed in the desired place on the keyboard, these are merely examples.

The keyboard of your ECR should have its own layout according to the store’s requirements.

NOTE:

LOG/

RECEIPT

For keys assigned two functions such as key, the function on the bottom is activated when performing a read/reset or programming operation.

-- Ordinary Type Keyboard (QP Standard) --

LOG/

RECEIPT

RTN

MDSE

NS

PR

OPEN

LC

OPEN

Enter

VALI

DATE

Del

ALL

VOID

ITEM

CORR

Rtn

X

Dbl

AMT

A/a

RECEIPT

ISSUE

History

RF JF

C #

7 8 9

4 5 6

1 2 3

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

CUR

SALES

PERSON

R/A PO

-

VAT MISC

CRT CPN

PLU 0 00

.

?

ST

End

AT/TL CHK

TEND

Other keys not placed in the keyboard above:

Additional Department Keys (16 to 40)

[000] (Triple-zero Key)

[VND CPN]

[STR CPN]

[TX1/M] to [TX8/M] [RECEIPT]

[EX]

[PB+]

[CLK 1] to [CLK 8]

[JP]

[%+] [PB-]

[VOID] [TRF]

[CREDIT 1] to [CREDIT 5]

PLU Preset-code Keys

[RPT]

PRICE]

[3rd PRICE]

[OPEN] [CUR

[DP#] to [CUR 5]

[CONSIGNMENT] [LOG]

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8. KEYBOARD LAYOUT EO1-11154

8. KEYBOARD LAYOUT

1 8 15 22

2 9 16 23

3 10 17 24

-- Flat Type Keyboard (QP Standard) --

29 36 43

30 37 44

31 38 45

50

51

52

1

2

3

8

9

10

LOG/

RECEIPT

ITEM

CORR

RECEIPT

ISSUE

VOID

RF JF

R/A

RTN

MDSE

ALL

VOID

PO

%-

← →

# C

VAT CUR

Rtn Enter

AMT 7 8 9 CRT

4 11 18 25 32 39 46 53 4 11

X 4 5 6

CHK

TEND

5 12 19 26 33 40 47 54 5 12

1 2 3 ST

6 13 20 27 34 41 48 55 6 13

PLU

0 00

.

AT/TL

End 7 14 21 28 35 42 49 56 7 14

PLU Preset-code keys Department keys

Other keys not placed in the keyboard above:

Additional Department Keys (15 to 40)

[000] (Triple-zero Key)

[VND CPN]

[STR CPN]

[CONSIGNMENT] [DP#]

PLU Preset-code Keys

[TX1/M] to

[RECEIPT] to [CLK 8]

[MISC TEND] [PB+] [1st PRICE]

[CREDIT 1] to [CREDIT 5] [TRF] [3rd PRICE]

[PR OPEN]

[LC OPEN]

[RPT]

[CUR 2] to [CUR 5]

[VAT DISPLAY]

[CASH 1] to [CASH 3]

[OPEN] [LOG]

[VALI DATE] [SALES PERSON]

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9. FUNCTIONS OF EACH KEY EO1-11154

9. FUNCTIONS OF EACH KEY

LOG

RECEIPT

LOG

RECEIPT

RECEIPT

ISSUE

RF

JF

7 8 9

4 5 6

1 2 3

0 00 •

1 to

DP#

40

9. FUNCTIONS OF EACH KEY

This section briefly describes functions of each key for your quick reference purposes. See the reference pages in Section 11. REGISTERING PROCEDURE AND PRINT FORMAT for detail operation sequences.

TABLE OF KEY FUNCTIONS

PLU

C

#

NS

LOG key

Used in case of Cashier Code Entry Method, to declare start or end of normal operation by cashier. For details, refer to Section 7.1.

Receipt key

Used to change the receipt-ON/OFF mode.

Log/Receipt Key

This is a dual-function key that has both [LOG] and [RECEIPT] functions.

Receipt Post-Issue Key

Used to issue the receipt of a sale when the sale has already finalized in the Receipt-OFF mode.

Receipt Feed Key

Used to advance the receipt roll and operated by holding it down until the paper has advanced to the required position.

Journal Feed Key

Used to advance the journal roll in the same fashion as the [RF] key is used to receipt roll.

Numeric Keys

Used to enter numeric values. Depressing the [00] key once is the same as depressing the [0] key twice consecutively. Depressing the [000] key once is the same as depressing the [0] key three times consecutively. The [ . ] key is used to designate the decimal point of a percentage rate or a quantity.

Department Keys

Used to enter each item, serving for classifying merchandise by department.

Department No. key

Used to access a department by designating the department code, instead of depressing the specific Department key. With this key installed, a maximum of 40 departments may be controlled.

PLU (Price Look Up) Key

Used to enter a PLU that is linked to a department.

Clear Key

Used to clear numeric entries or a declaration key entry. page

7-1

11-23

See pages for

[LOG] and

[RECEIPT]

11-24

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-----

-----

11-3

See pages for

[DEPT]

11-3

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Non-add Number Print Key

Used to print a non-add number (such as Customer No., Credit

Card No., etc.) on the receipt and journal for future reference.

No-sale Key

Used to open the cash drawer without relating a sale.

11-11

11-2

9- 1

AMT

%+

% −

ITEM

CORR

VOID

ALL

VOID

R/A

PO

X

VND

CPN

STR

CPN

RTN

MDSE

-

PR

OPEN

LC

OPEN

OPEN

9. FUNCTIONS OF EACH KEY EO1-11154

9. FUNCTIONS OF EACH KEY

Amount key

Used to enter a manual amount of PLU item. And also used to enter an amount or price for an open department when the department is accessed by the [DP#] key.

Preset Open key

Used to release a preset-price department or PLU items for a manual price entry.

Listing Capacity Open key

Used to release the high or low amount limit preprogrammed on each department or PLU.

Preset and Listing Capacity Open key

This is a dual-function key that has both [PR OPEN] and [LC

OPEN] functions. page

11-3,5,6

11-3,5,6

11-12

Quantity Extension (Multiplication) key

Used to multiply a department or PLU item entry by a quantity. Also used to auto-calculate and enter Triple Multiplication.

Vendor Coupon key

Used to enter the amount of vendor coupons received from the customer.

Store Coupon key

Used to subtract a store coupon amount redeemed through a department.

Returned Merchandise Key

Used to refund money to a customer who has returned items already purchased.

Amount Discount key

Used to subtract an amount from the sale such as a discount during a sale.

Percent Charge Key

Used to add a percent rate to a sale.

Percent Discount Key

Used to subtract a percent rate from a sale.

Item Correct Key

Used to remove the last item from the bill, printing a line through the item on the receipt and journal.

Void Key

Used to delete an item entered previously (before the last item) in the current transaction.

All Void Key

Used to cancel all the items entered in the current sale.

Received-on-Account Key

Used to enter payments received on account, i.e. not relating to a sale.

Paid-Out key

Used to record amounts paid out of the cash drawer not relating to a sale.

See pages for

[PR OPEN] and

[LC OPEN] .

11-6

11-9

11-9

11-7

11-8

11-8

11-8

11-10,11

11-10

11-11

11-22

11-22

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9. FUNCTIONS OF EACH KEY

ST

AT/TL

TEND

CRT

CPN

MISC

TEND

CREDIT

1 to

CREDIT

5

CASH 1

CHK

to

PB+

TX1/M

EX

CUR

1 or

TRF

CASH 3

SALES

PB-

TX8/M

PERSON

RPT to

CUR

5

Subtotal key

Used to obtain subtotal of the current transaction.

Cash Amount Tendered/Cash Total key

Used to record all cash paid transactions, and will be able to finalize a sale operation.

Cheque key

This is one of non-cash media keys, and used to cash a cheque when the ECR is outside a sale, or to finalize the transaction as a cheque payment.

Credit key

This is another non-cash media key, and usually programmed as

“Credit Sale Total” key.

Media-Coupon key

This is another non-cash media key, and usually programmed as

“Coupon Tender” key.

Miscellaneous Media Key

This is one of additional non-cash media keys that may be installed besides [CHK TEND] and [CRT] . This key has the same functions and programmabilities as the [CHK TEND] key, and usually used as Tender-only key.

Credit 1 to Credit 5 keys

These are additional non-cash media keys that may be installed besides those already described, according to the requirements of each store.

Cash Payment1 to 3 keys

Used for cash-tendering operation with the respective preset amount.

Previous Balance keys

Used to enter a previous balance in a charge posting operation.

Transfer key

Used to transfer the entire balance in a charge posting operation with no payment.

Tax Modifier Key(s)

Used to reverse the taxable/non-taxable status on departments,

PLUs, or other tax-status programmable keys. These keys may be installed when the “Add-on Tax” feature is selected.

Tax Exempt key

Used to declare the exemption of the taxes from the sale.

Salesperson key

Used to record sales contribution data of each salesperson for report purpose.

Repeat key

Used to repeat a department or PLU item entry.

Foreign Currency keys

Used in tendering or exchange with foreign currencies. page

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9. FUNCTIONS OF EACH KEY

VAT

CLK 1 to

CLK 8

JP

1st

PRICE

,

3rd

PRICE

2nd

PRICE

PLU Preset-code

Keys

VAT

DISPLAY

CONSIGNMENT

VALI

DATE

VAT Print key

Used to print details of VAT collected in the current sale.

Cashier 1 to Cashier 8 keys

Used to declare start or end of normal operation by cashier (instead of using [LOG/RECEIPT] (or [LOG] ) key).

Journal Print key

Used to print the date, the day of week, the register No. on the journal (Thailand specification).

PLU Price Shift key

Used to shift the PLU price.

Each of these keys is programmed with a PLU Code. That is, depressing one of those keys is equal to entering a PLU Code then depressing the [PLU] key.

VAT Total Display Key

Used to display the VAT TOTAL after subtotal operation.

(Columbia specification only)

Consignment Key

Immediately after performing the Department/PLU entry or finalizing a sale, this key is used for issuing a receipt only for the entry or sale finalization just performed.

Validation Key

Used to print an item on a validation slip after finalizing a sale.

Validation print operation is performed on the slip printer. page

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10. DAILY OPERATION FLOW

10. DAILY OPERATION FLOW

The following shows a typical daily operation flow on the ECR.

Before Opening the Store ...

• Ensure that the ECR is firmly plugged in the wall outlet.

• Check if enough portion of paper roll is left.

• Check the time, date, and print condition.

Check the time, date, and print by issuing a Nosale Receipt. ...

Setting the time or date ...

During Business Hours ...

Opening the store

• Transaction entries on the ECR

• Taking Read (X) Reports periodically.

Closing the store

After Closing the Store ...

• Take Daily Reset (Z) Reports.

• Tear off the print portion of Journal Paper

(optional).

• Leave the drawer open, and turn the Mode Lock to the LOCK position. However, even in this position, the power is being supplied.

• Take all the cash and other contents from the drawer to the office with the torn Journal and printed Reset Reports.

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11. REGISTERING PROCEDURE AND PRINT FORMAT

WARNING!

When opening the cash drawer, be careful not to let the drawer hit any person.

Before starting sale entries, read through the following instructions:

TRAINING MODE is available:

If you are a beginner in operating this ECR, ask the store manager for practicing in the TRAINING MODE.

(See Section 7.4)

During your operations, the following may occur:

• Errors ...

(This error message is displayed at the time of operation error.)

A tone continuously sounds and an error message appear in the LCD display of the Operator Display.

The keys on the keyboard are locked. In this case, read the Error Message (refer to the ERROR MESSAGE

TABLE, Section 5.1), and depress the [C] key to cancel the error status. Then remove the cause of the error and perform the operation again.

• Manager Intervention is required ...

(This error message is displayed when a Manager Intervention is required.)

When the Error Message “MANAGER REQUIRED” (standard setting; programmable) is displayed, it means that the last key or operation requires a Manager Intervention. Depress the [C] key to cancel the error status, and call the manager for intervention.

When the manager comes to intervene with an appropriate key, you may perform the operation again. If you are informed which keys and operations will require Manager Intervention, you can call the manager in advance before the error occurs.

• Other errors requiring Manager Intervention ...

When an error occurs and you cannot think of the cause or the same error occurs again, call your manager.

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CONDITION SETTING TO START SALE ENTRIES

Mode Lock: Insert the REG key and set it to the REG position.

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11.1 No-Sale

Cashier Sign-ON or Cashier Key to ON status:

If the [LOG/RECEIPT] (or [LOG] ) key is installed, you must sign-ON. (See Section 7.1.)

If Cashier Keys are installed, you must set your cashier key to the ON status. (See Section 7.2.)

Now you are ready for sale entries.

On the following pages are patterns of entering operations, and receipt or journal print format samples due to the operations. In the operation sequence patterns, “| |” indicates an input through the numeric keys, “ [ ] ” indicates a depression of the function key, and “---” indicates other registering and/or finalizing operations.

Please note that these are merely sample operations. Especially, the receipt or journal print indications merely show the standard print format. The actual print format and contents may vary on your machine in accordance with the differences in specifications, program selections, etc.

11.1 No-Sale

The no-sale transaction is used to open the cash drawer without relating to any sales, such as for giving change, testing the receipt/journal print condition, etc.

OPERATION

(Must be operated outside a sale)

[NS] ...................... The drawer opens and a No-sale receipt is issued.

-- Receipt Print Format --

Max.4 lines of Store Name/Message

Max.3 lines of Commercial Message

Date (Day-Month-Year order in this sample)

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #3001

**NO SALE **

Day-of-Week

Register No.

No-sale Receipt Header

Consecutive No.

Current Time

Name of the Cashier who is operating the ECR.

JONES 0111 11:26TM

NOTE: The print format samples in this manual are not copies of actual receipts printed on an ECR but are merely indications of print formats. In those format samples, the bold-face characters indicate

Double-sized Characters on actual receipts issued by the ECR. Also note that each two-byte character on actual receipts will be printed at the position one-byte space rightward more than in the print format samples in this manual.

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11.2 Department Entry

Each department is preprogrammed as the “PRESET” type (with a price programmed) or “OPEN” type (with no price programmed). Perform operation depending on the type selected.

OPERATION

Open Department Type

• |Price| [Open DEPT]

• |Open-Dept Code| [DP#] |Price| [AMT]

Preset Department Type

• [Preset DEPT]

• |Dept Code| [DP#]

Preset-price Open through Preset Department Type

• [PR OPEN] (or [OPEN] ) |Price| [Preset DEPT]

• [PR OPEN] (or [OPEN] ) |Dept Code| [DP#] |Price| [AMT]

NOTES:

-- Receipt Print Format --

VEGETABLE € 1,00

DP13 € 1,40

DP13 € 1,00

1. A maximum of 7-digit price can be programmed.

2. For the preset-price open through preset department type, depressing the [PR OPEN] (or [OPEN] ) key then the [Preset DEPT] key without entering its price may cause an error.

11.3 PLU Entry (Manual PLU Code Entry)

Each PLU is preprogrammed as the “PRESET” type (with a price preset) or “OPEN” type (with no price preset).

Perform operation depending on the type selected.

OPERATION

Open PLU Type

• |Price| [PLU Preset-Code Key] of Preset-PLU

• |Open-PLU Code| [PLU] |Price| [AMT]

Preset PLU Type

• [PLU Preset-Code Key] of Preset-PLU

• |Preset-PLU Code| [PLU]

Preset-price Open Entry through Preset PLU Type

• [PR OPEN] (or [OPEN] ) |Price| [PLU Preset-Code Key]

• [PR OPEN] (or [OPEN] ) |Preset-PLU Code| [PLU] |Price| [AMT]

NOTES:

1. A maximum of 4-digit PLU code can be entered. (1 to 9999)

2. A maximum of 7-digit price can be programmed.

3. When the linked department is negative, a negative PLU entry is performed.

-- Receipt Print Format --

Tomato € 0,60

Drink Small-B € 0,60

Drink Small-B € 0,90

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11.4 PLU Price Shift Entry

11.4 PLU Price Shift Entry

Up to three different unit prices can be programmed for each PLU and you can select either of the following two features.

The price shit function is used when switching the PLU price by time period.

Example) Regular price is programmed on the 1st price, bargain price is on the 2nd price, and discount price is on the 3rd price.

1st price

Regular price

2nd price

Bargain price

From opening time to 13:00 From 13:00 to 15:00

1st price

Regular price

3rd price

Discount price

From 15:00 to 19:00 From 19:00 to closing time

11.4.1 Price Shift Entry “Effective only for One PLU Entry” Feature

OPERATION

• [2nd PRICE] [PLU]

• [3rd PRICE] [PLU]

• [PLU] [2nd PRICE] [PLU] [PLU] (Repeat)

(1st price) (2nd price)(2nd price)

• [PLU] [3rd PRICE] [PLU] [PLU] (Repeat)

(1st price) (3rd price)(3rd price)

• [PLU] [2nd PRICE] [3rd PRICE] [PLU]

(1st price) (3rd price)

NOTES:

1. Price shift operation is active for the next PLU entry only (except for the Repeat entry). After the PLU entry, the price mode automatically returns to the 1st price mode.

2. Price shift declaration can be cleared by the [C] key. Also other registrations excepting the PLU entry clear this condition.

3. For Repeat entry after the price shift declaration, the shifted price is repeated.

4. For Price Shift operation after the [VOID] or [RTN MDSE] key depression, the shifted price is active.

5. During a price shift declaration, neither receipt print nor journal print is performed.

11.4.2 Price Shift Entry “Keeping the shifted Price Level” Feature

OPERATION

• (1st price) [2nd PRICE] (2nd price)

• (2nd price) [3rd PRICE] (3rd price)

• (3rd price) [2nd PRICE] (2nd price)

NOTES:

1. The price mode can be shifted by the price shift key depression. however, it remains unchanged by the mode change.

2. During a price shift declaration, neither receipt print nor journal print is performed.

3. Current price level can be displayed by the program option.

4. The price level returns to the 1st price mode by performing a sale finalization.

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11.5 Repeat Entry

To repeat the same item of the last entry, simply depress the last key of the department or PLU entry sequence or depress the [RPT] key.

OPERATION

(1) Department Repeat

Open Department Type

• |Price| [Open DEPT] [Same DEPT] (or [RPT] )

• |Open-Dept Code| [DP#] |Price| [AMT] [AMT] (or [RPT] )

Preset Department Type

• [Preset DEPT] [Same DEPT] (or [RPT] )

• |Preset-Dept Code| [DP#] [DP#] (or [RPT] )

Preset-price Open Repeat

• [PR OPEN] (or [OPEN] ) |Price| [Preset DEPT] [RPT]

• [PR OPEN] (or [OPEN] ) |Preset-Dept Code| [DP#] |Price| [AMT] [RPT]

-- Receipt Print Format --

VEGETABLE € 1,20

VEGETABLE € 1,20

(2) PLU Repeat

Open PLU Type

• |Open-PLU Code| [PLU] |Price| [AMT] [AMT] (or [RPT] )

• |Price| [PLU Preset-Code Key] [Same key] (or [RPT] )

Preset PLU Type

• |Preset-PLU Code| [PLU] [Same key] (or [RPT] )

• [PLU Preset-Code Key] [Same key] (or [RPT] )

Preset-price Open Repeat

• [PR OPEN] (or [OPEN] ) |Preset-PLU Code| [PLU] |Price| [AMT] [RPT]

• [PR OPEN] (or [OPEN] ) |Price| [PLU Preset-Code Key] [RPT]

-- Receipt Print Format --

Tomato € 1,00

Tomato € 1,00

NOTES:

1. If the first item of those repeated is modified with the [LC OPEN] or [TX/M] key, the modified status will be effective through the last item of the repeated.

2. Please note that the Preset-price Open Repeat using a [Preset DEPT] key or a [PLU Preset-Code Key] can be repeated by the [RPT] key only.

3. A negative Department or negative PLU item cannot be repeated.

4. The Repeat entry is not possible after performing the Non-add Number Print ( [#] key operation).

5. The Repeat entry is not possible after depressing the [RTN MDSE] , [STR CPN] , or [VOID] key.

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11.6 Quantity Extension (Multiplication) for DEPTs/PLUs

11.6 Quantity Extension (Multiplication) for DEPTs/PLUs

OPERATION

11.6.1 Quantity x Price

(1) Department Multiplication

Open Department Type

• |Quantity| [X] |Price| [Open DEPT]

• |Quantity| [X] |Open-Dept Code| [DP#] |Price| [AMT]

Preset Department Type

• |Quantity| [X] [Preset DEPT]

• |Quantity| [X] |Preset-Dept Code| [DP#]

Preset-price Open Type

• |Quantity| [X] [PR OPEN] (or [OPEN] ) |Price| [Preset DEPT]

• |Quantity| [X] [PR OPEN] (or [OPEN] ) |Preset-Dept Code| [DP#] |Price| [AMT]

(2) PLU Multiplication

Open PLU Type

• |Open-PLU Code| [PLU] |Quantity| [X] |Price| [AMT]

• |Quantity| [X] |Price| [PLU Preset-Code Key] of Open-PLU

-- Receipt Print Format --

Preset PLU Type

• |Quantity| [X] |Preset-PLU Code| [PLU]

• |Quantity| [X] [PLU Preset-Code Key] of Preset-PLU

5x 3,00@

DP03 € 15,00

6x 0,50@

DP04 € 3,00

Preset-price Open Type

• [PR OPEN] (or [OPEN] ) |Preset-PLU Code| [PLU] |Quantity| [X] |Price| [AMT]

• |Quantity| [X] [PR OPEN] (or [OPEN] ) |Price| [PLU Preset-Code Key] of Preset-PLU

11.6.2 Price x Quantity

(1) Department Multiplication

Open Department Type

• |Price| [X] |Quantity| [Open DEPT]

• |Price| [X] |Quantity| |Open-Dept Code| [DP#] [AMT]

Preset Department Type

• [X] |Quantity| [Preset DEPT]

• [X] |Quantity| |Preset-Dept Code| [DP#]

Preset-price Open Type

• |Price| [X] [PR OPEN] (or [OPEN] ) |Quantity| [Preset DEPT]

• |Price| [X] [PR OPEN] (or [OPEN] ) |Quantity| |Preset-Dept Code| [DP#]

(2) PLU Multiplication

Open PLU Type

• |Open-PLU Code| [PLU] |Price| [X] |Quantity| [AMT]

• |Price| [X] |Quantity| [PLU Preset-Code Key] of Open-PLU

Preset PLU Type

• |Preset-PLU Code| [X] |Quantity| [PLU]

• [X] |Quantity| [PLU Preset-Code Key] of Preset-PLU

Preset-price Open Type

• [PR OPEN] (or [OPEN] ) |Preset-PLU Code| [PLU] |Price| [X] |Quantity| [AMT]

• |Price| [X] [PR OPEN] (or [OPEN] ) |Quantity| [PLU Preset-Code Key] of Preset-PLU

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11.7 Single-Item Department or Single-Item PLU Entry

NOTES:

1. Quantity ................. Max. 3 integral + 3 decimal digits (Use the [ . ] key for entering decimal digits.)

Price (Unit Price) ... Max. 6 digits

Product .................. Must not exceed 8 digits.

2. When the Quantity is 1-digit integer (1 to 9) followed by a Code-preset Department/PLU key with a price preset, the [X] key is omissible.

3. The product obtained by multiplication cannot be repeated.

4. The decimal portion of the Quantity entry itself is processed down to the two digits below the decimal point.

The fraction rounding in this case is fixed to ROUND OFF.

5. You can select the rounding process of the fractions of the product (result of multiplication) by a program option: ROUND OFF (initial setting), ROUND UP, or ROUND DOWN.

6. In the operation sequence patterns, the entry order is “Quantity [X] Price”. However, it can be changed into

“Price [X] Quantity” if so selected by program option.

7. The Quantity Extension operation is not possible when the quantity is 0.

11.7 Single-Item Department or Single-Item PLU Entry

If a department (or PLU) is programmed with Single-item status, the department (or PLU) entry sequence will immediately finalize the sale as cash sale when operated outside a sale.

OPERATION

Same as DEPARTMENT ENTRY

-- Single-item Receipt Print Format --

NOTE: If operated inside a sale, it functions just as an ordinary itemized department or PLU.

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #3001

DP15 € 2,10

CASH € 2,10

ITEM 1

JONES 0165 12:30TM

OPERATION

[RTN MDSE] DEPARTMENT ENTRY

SINGLE-ITEM DEPARTMENT/PLU ENTRY

Percent Discount/Charge on a Department or PLU Item ( NOTE 3 )

NOTES:

1. This operation cannot be performed for Negative Departments/PLUs.

2. The Repeat entry is not possible in this operation.

3. When an item once purchased with a percent discount or percent charge is returned, the item can be returned with the percent discount/charge by attaching the [RTN MDSE] key to the same entry procedure as purchase.

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-- Receipt Print Format --

RTN

DP02 € 1,45

RTN

PLU001 € 1,00

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11.9 Amount Discount

OPERATION

- - - Dept or PLU item entry

(for discount from an individual item)

|Amount| [ - ]

- - - [ST]

(for discount from the sale total)

-- Receipt Print Format --

VEGETABLE € 1,00

DISC -0,05

- - -

SUBTL € 21,00

DISC -1,00

NOTES:

1. The discount amount must not exceed the item amount or the subtotal unless the “Credit Balance” option is selected.

2. When the discount amount limit has been programmed, the Amount Discount operation on the discount amount exceeding the limit is not possible in REG mode. As the discount amount limit is not effective in MGR and - modes, the Amount Discount operation on a maximum of 7-digit discount amount is possible.

3. When the program option “non-print of the subtotal” has been selected, the subtotal is not printed even if the

Amount Discount operation is performed after the [ST] key.

4. After performing an amount discount operation, neither the Amount Discount operation nor the Percent

Charge/Discount operation is possible.

11.10 Percent Discount, Percent Charge

OPERATION

Dept or PLU entry [%-] (or [%+] ) .................. for the preset rate

Positive Previous Balance entry (credit balance)

[ST]

NOTES:

|Rate| [%-] (or [%+] ) ....... for the manual rate

1. Rate ............................................... 0.001 to 99.999 (%).

2. When no rate is preset, the value of rate should be entered.

3. When the Dept or PLU item entry is modified with [RTN MDSE] or [VOID] , the following % entry will also be modified with [RTN MDSE] or [VOID] .

4. A % entry will cause an error if operated after a Negative Department/PLU.

5. Even when the rate is preset, an inputted numeric value will be activated as a rate. (Entry of the numeric value 0 causes an error.)

6. A % entry after obtaining a subtotal is usually allowed only once. However, it can be programmed to allow multiple times. (Ask your TOSHIBA TEC representative.)

7. You can select the rounding process of the fractions of the product (result of % calculation) from ROUND OFF

(initial setting), ROUND UP, and ROUND DOWN. (Ask your TOSHIBA TEC representative.)

-- Receipt Print Format --

DP03 € 3,40

%-

5% -0,17

SUBTL € 6,00

%-

10% -0,60

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11.11 Store Coupon

11.11 Store Coupon

OPERATION

[STR CPN]

QUANTITY EXTENSION for DEPTs

-- Receipt Print Format --

S.CPN

VEGETABLE -0,50

NOTES:

1. The [STR CPN] key operation is possible anytime before depressing the department key.

2. The Store Coupon operation is possible during a sale, however, the operation resulting in a negative subtotal is not possible. By the program option setting, the operation outside a sale and that resulting in a negative subtotal will be possible.

3. The amount should not exceed the high amount limit for the department which is preprogrammed. When the

[LC OPEN] key is depressed, the high amount limit for the department will be extended with two higher digits

4. The Store Coupon operation is not possible for PLUs.

5. The Store Coupon operation is not possible for negative departments.

6. The Store Coupon operation causes an error when the [RTN MDSE] or [VOID] key is depressed.

7. The Quantity Extension operation using an integer is possible. That using a quantity with a decimal point is prohibited.

8. Neither the Percent Charge/Discount nor the Amount Discount operation is possible for the Store Coupon operation sequence.

11.12 Vendor Coupon

OPERATION

- - - ( [ST] ) |Coupon [VND CPN] - - -

NOTES:

-- Receipt Print Format --

SUBTL € 8,00

V.CPN -4,00

1. The declaration key operation is possible anytime before depressing the [VND CPN] key.

2. When the amount limit for the [VND CPN] key is preset, the coupon amount exceeding the limit cannot be entered in REG mode. As the amount limit is not effective in MGR and - modes, the Vendor Coupon operation for a maximum of 7-digit amount is possible. These settings cannot be cancelled by the [LC OPEN] key.

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11.13 Item Correct

11.13 Item Correct

OPERATION

DEPARTMENT ENTRY

PLU ENTRY

REPEAT ENTRY

QUANTITY EXTENSION

RETURNED MERCHANDISE

AMOUNT DISCOUNT

PERCENT CHARGE/DISCOUNT

STORE COUPON

VENDOR COUPON

Previous Balance Entry

VEGETABLE € 2,00

CORR ↑  

[ITEM CORR]

-- Journal Print Format --

RECEIVED-ON-ACCOUNT Item

PAID-OUT Item

NOTES:

1. When [ITEM CORR] is depressed after a Repeat entry, only the last item of those repeated will be deleted.

2. When [ITEM CORR] is depressed after a Quantity Extension entry, the entire product (result of multiplication) will be deleted.

3. When the Item Correct operation is performed, “CORR ↑ “ is printed on the journal, but the deleted item is not printed on the receipt.

11.14 Void

The Void operation is used to delete an item already entered before the last item within the current sale.

Such items cannot be deleted by the [ITEM CORR] key any longer.

OPERATION

- - - [VOID] DEPARTMENT ENTRY - - -

Percent Discount/Charge on a Department or PLU Item

( NOTE 2 )

-- Receipt Print Format -voids

Void Entry

VEGETABLE € 1,00

DP02 € 2,00

VOID

VEGETABLE -1,00

NOTES:

1. An amount exceeding the sale total cannot be entered unless the “Credit Balance” option is selected.

2. When an item previously entered with a percent discount or percent charge is cancelled, the item can be voided with the percent discount/charge by attaching the [VOID] key to the same entry procedure as previous entry.

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11.15 All Void

11.15 All Void

When the current transaction being entered is found to be canceled before finalizing it, All Void can be operated to delete all the items entered in the transaction.

OPERATION

Sale Item Entries [ALL VOID]

[ITEM CORR] to execute ALL VOID

[C] to cancel ALL VOID

NOTES:

1. All Void is possible if the current transaction contains less than 20 items.

2. All Void is also possible to delete a charge posting sale of PB Entry.

3. The All Void cannot be operated after an [EX] entry or during a Receivedon-Account or Paid-Out transaction.

4. When the cashier interrupt feature has been selected, the All Void operation causes an error.

-- Receipt Print Format --

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #3001

VEGETABLE € 3,00

DP02 € 1,30

SUBTL € 4,30

**ALL VD **

11.16 Non-Add Number Print

Non-add numbers can be entered and printed for future references, to indicate codes or numbers of customers, media cheques, credit cards, etc. The entered numbers do not affect any sale total data.

OPERATION (allowed any time during a sale or transaction)

( - - - ) |Number| [#] - - -

-- Receipt Print Format --

Non-add No. Print

#1234

PO € 6,50

PO € 7,50

NOTES:

TOTAL € 14,00

1. When “012300” [#] is entered, “#12300” will be printed.

2. The Item Correct operation is not possible in the Non-add No. Print sequence.

3. No-sale exchange after the [#] key entry is prohibited by the program option setting.

4. The Non-add No. Print operation is possible only once in a sale transaction by the program option setting.

5. The Repeat, Amount Discount, Percent Charge/Discount, and Receipt Post-Issue operations are not possible after performing the Non-add No. Print operation.

6. The symbol # and the entered code are indicated on the leftmost digits of the LCD display. (When a 16-digitor-more code is entered, the lower 15 digits are displayed.)

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11.17 Listing Capacity Open

11.17 Listing Capacity Open

For Departments and PLUs

Depress [LC OPEN] (or [OPEN] ) prior to or any time during an entry of an open-department, open-PLU, or preset-open department or PLU sequence (including REPEAT and QUANTITY EXTENSION entries). Please note that the [LC OPEN] (or [OPEN] ) key must be pressed, at latest, before the final key of the entry sequence.

The High Amount Limit for the department or PLU will be extended with two higher digits, and the Low Amount

Limit will be extended with one lower digit. For entering an amount still exceeding these limits, you must call for a

Manager Intervention.

For Media Tender Amounts

Depress [LC OPEN] (or [OPEN] ) before or after the amount but Media Key. The High Amount Limit for the media tendering will be extended with one higher digit. In need of still exceeding this limit, you must call for a

Manager Intervention.

For Amounts through [ - ] , [VND CPN] , [STR CPN]

To exceed their limits, you must always call for a Manager Intervention. The [LC OPEN] (or [OPEN] ) key will not be effective. As for the [STR CPN] key only, the amount is limited by both High Amount Limit of the department through which the store coupon amount is entered and the amount limit for [STR CPN] . That is, when an amount cannot be entered using [LC OPEN] (or [OPEN] ), you must call for a Manager Intervention.

11.18 Tax Status Modification

Depress [TX/M] (or [TX1/M] , [TX2/M] , [TX3/M] , [TX4/M] , [TX5/M] , [TX6/M] , [TX7/M] , [TX8/M] ), in the same way as [LC OPEN] is operated, prior to or any time during the entry sequence of the required Department, PLU, or any other tax-status-programmable item ( [ - ] , [%-] , [%+] , [STR CPN] , [VND CPN] ). The taxable status is reversed to non-taxable, and vice versa.

11.19 Subtotal (Sale Total Pre-taxed) Read

OPERATION

-- Receipt Print Format --

- - - [ST] - - -

SUBTL € 6,00

The sale total (pre-taxed) of the items so far entered is displayed (and printed if so programmed), but the sale is not finalized. Additional item entries are allowed, if any.

NOTES:

1. When the “Special Rounding” option has been selected, the post-rounded subtotal amount is displayed.

(The pre-rounded subtotal amount is printed.)

When the Add-on Tax feature has been selected, the subtotal including tax is displayed.

(The pre-taxed subtotal before rounding is printed.)

2. When the [ST] key is depressed during a Previous Balance entry, the sale total excluding the previous balance is displayed.

3. The Repeat entry after a subtotal operation is not possible.

4. When the [ST] key is depressed, the sale total is displayed and printed. However, you can select non-print of the subtotal (display only) by a program option.

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11.20 VAT Calculation and Print

11.20 VAT Calculation and Print (VAT = Value Added Tax)

If your ECR adopts the VAT feature, a proper tax rate has been programmed for each VAT and automatically calculated on finalizing a sale. Since VATs are price-inclusive taxes, the price or amount entered and the subtotal or sale total to be obtained always include the VAT amounts (if any).

By program options, the VAT amounts and the taxable totals (sale total portions subject to respective VATs) may be printed above the sale total line on receipts. Whether the VAT amounts are printed in one consolidated line or separate individual lines is another program option.

-- Receipt Print Format --

Example of

SUBTL € 7,50

Consolidated

Print

1,50

6,00

0,92

CASH € 7,50

Example of

SUBTL € 7,50

TXBL1 € 1,50

Lines

0,14

6,00

VAT € 0,78

CASH € 7,50

11.21 VAT Print

The VAT Print function is effective only when the VAT feature is selected. This operation is used to print the details of how much VATs are collected within the current sale. The operation will print all the different VATs and

Taxable Totals.

OPERATION

- - - [ST] [VAT]

Mandatory for VAT Print

Sale Finalization by Media Keys

11.22 Add-on Tax Calculation and Print

If your ECR adopts the Add-on Tax feature, a proper tax has been programmed for each tax and automatically calculated on finalizing a sale. The tax amounts are printed above the sale total. The sale total always print taxed total amount (sale total amount including taxes). When the [ST] key is depressed, the taxed total (total with taxes) is displayed, but the subtotal (total without taxes) is printed if the option “Subtotal Print” option is selected. Whether all taxes (Tax 1 to Tax 8) are consolidated into one line print or individually printed in separate lines is a program option.

-- Receipt Print Format --

Consolidated

VEGETABLE € 1,50T

FRUIT € 6,00T

TAX € 1,05

CASH € 8,55

Example of

Separate Print

Lines

TAX1 € 0,15

TAX2 € 0,90

CASH € 8,55

Taxable Item

Symbol

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11.23 Tax Exemption (for Add-on Tax Feature)

11.23 Tax Exemption (for Add-on Tax Feature)

OPERATION

Selective Tax Exemption

Examples) [TX1/M] [EX]

[TX1/M] [TX2/M] [EX]

[TX1/M] [TX2/M] [TX3/M] [EX]

Sale Finalization ... to exempt from Tax 1 only

Sale Finalization ... to exempt from Tax 1 & Tax 2

Sale Finalization ... to exempt from Tax 1, Tax 2, & Tax 3

All Tax Exemption

[EX] Sale Finalization

[TX1/M] [TX2/M] [TX3/M] [TX4/M] [TX5/M] [TX6/M] [TX7/M] [TX8/M] [EX]

Sale Finalization to exempt from all taxes

-- Receipt Print Format --

Pre-taxed amount of the sale portion subject to Tax1

Pre-taxed amount of the sale portion subject to Tax2

TAX1EX € 1,50

TAX2EX € 6,00

NOTES:

1. On depressing [EX] , the sale total including the exempted tax(es) is displayed and pre-taxed amount of the sale portion subject to the tax exemption is printed.

2. After the Tax Exemption operation, only the Sale Finalization is possible.

11.24 VAT Exemption (for VAT Feature)

The amount of VAT is exempted at the Department and PLU entries.

OPERATION

[EX] Sale Finalization ….. to exempt from all VATs

NOTES:

1. On depressing [EX] , the sale total excluding the exempted VAT(s) is displayed and the amount of the exempted VAT(s) is printed.

2. After the VAT Exemption operation, only the Sale Finalization is possible.

3. None of the [ITEM CORR] , [VOID] , and [ALL VOID] operations are possible after the VAT Exemption operation.

-- Receipt Print Format --

VAT1EX -0,14

VAT2EX -0,78

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11.25 Finalizing a Sale

11.25 Finalizing a Sale

11.25.1 Cash Tender

A tendered amount entry is performed here.

OPERATION

Sale Item Entries ( [ST] ) |Tendered

Finalize with tendering and change calculation finalize without tendering

[AT/TL]

[AT/TL]

[CASH 1] to [CASH 3] (Cash payment 1 to 3)

NOTE: Depression of the [CASH 1] to [CASH 3] keys on which a cash amount has not been preset causes an error.

11.25.2 Media Tender

A sale finalization operation with each media key is performed here.

OPERATION

Sale Item Entries ( [ST] ) [CHK finalize without tendering

[CRT]

[MISC]

|Tendered finalize with tendering and change calculation

|Quantity| [X] |Tendered Amount| max. 3 digits max. 8 digits

Other media keys

( [CREDIT 1] to

[CREDIT 5] )

NOTES:

1. ECR works in two different ways according to a tendered amount.

1) Tendered amount is equal to sale total or more.

The CG lamp illuminates and the change due is displayed. Also, the drawer opens and a receipt is issued.

Sale total, tendered amount, change due, (and tax) are printed.

2) Tendered amount is less than sale total. (short tendering)

The ST lamp illuminates and the balance due is displayed.

Sale total, tendered amount, (and tax) are printed, however, the sale total and tax are printed at the first time of tendering only.

2. The above operation causes an error when the declaration key or the point key is depressed.

3. The above operation causes an error when a non-cash media key has been programmed with Total-only status. Also a negative balance sale causes an error.

4. When the [ST] key entry compulsion has been set, the above operation should be performed after the [ST] key.

-- Receipt Print Format --

(Cash Total) (Cash Tender)

SUBTL € 8,48

CASH € 8,48

SUBTL € 8,48

TOTAL € 8,48

CATEND € 10,00

CHANGE € 1,52

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11.26 Multi-Tendering

11.26 Multi-Tendering

Short-tendering repeated multiple times by the same media (allowed only when the media key is programmed to allow short-tendering).

OPERATION

Example (1)

- - - ( [ST] ) (|Quantity| [X] )

(|Quantity| [X] )

Repeat if not yet finalized.

|1st Amount Tendered| [MEDIA]

|2nd Amount Tendered| [MEDIA]

Example (2)

- - - ( [ST] )

Multi-tendering by [AT/TL] key

Change due, as the result of the 2nd amount tendered

[CASH 1]

[CASH 1]

(or

(or

[CASH 2]

[CASH 2]

,

,

[CASH 3]

[CASH 3] )

)

-- Receipt Print Format --

SUBTL € 8,48

TOTAL € 8,48

CATEND € 5,00

CATEND € 5,00

CHANGE € 1,52

11.27 Split Tendering

Short-tendering repeated multiple times by the different media keys (allowed only when the media keys are programmed to allow short-tendering).

OPERATION

Example 1)

- - ( [ST] ) (|Quantity| [X] ) |Cheque Amount Tendered| [CHK TEND]

|Cash Amount Tendered| [AT/TL] ... Cheque & Cash

|Cash Amount Tendered| [AT/TL] [CRT] ... Cheque, Cash, & General Credit

Example 2)

- - - ( [ST] ) |Cash Amount Tendered| [AT/TL] [CRT] ... Cash & General Credit

NOTES:

1. In both MULTI-TENDERING and SPLIT TENDERING operations, the

-- Receipt Print Format -- sale is finalized and a receipt is issued on reaching the sale total amount.

2. When the [ST] key entry compulsion has been set, the above operation should be performed after the [ST] key.

3. Multi-Tendering and Split Tendering operations are possible during a

Received-on Account entry.

4. Multiplication of tendered amount entry using the media key is possible, however, that using the [AT/TL] (or [CASH 1] to [CASH 3] ) key is not possible.

5. Depression of the [CASH 1] to [CASH 3] keys on which a cash amount has not been preset causes an error.

SUBTL € 8,48

TOTAL € 8,48

CHECK € 5,00

CASH € 3,48

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11.28 Cheque Cashing (No-sale cashing of a non-cash media)

11.28 Cheque Cashing (No-sale cashing of a non-cash media)

This operation is performed when a cheque is changed with cash.

OPERATION (Must be operated outside a sale)

|Cheque Amount to be Cashed| [CHK TEND] ... The drawer opens to enable the exchange.

Max. 8 digits

NOTES:

1. Other non-cash media keys ( [CPN] , [CRT] , etc.) may be used for this purpose if programmed to allow no-purchase cashing.

2. Post-issue receipt is not available after the Cheque Cashing operation.

3. When the multi-drawer feature is taken, the drawer corresponding to each cashier is open.

Example) To encash the cheque for €10,00.

1000

Cheque Amount Cashed

-- Receipt Print Format --

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #3001

CHECK € 10,00

JONES 0291 17:31TM

11.29 Special Rounding

When the Special Rounding option has been selected, the sale total amount is rounded according to the rounding method table. The subtotal amount is printed on both the receipt and the journal by a sale finalization anyway.

Depressing the [ST] key during a sale displays the post-rounded subtotal amount while it prints the pre-rounded subtotal amount.

Operation Example) If rounding method table below is programmed

Pre-rounded value of the least effective digit

0 to 2

3 to 7

8 to 9

Post-rounded value

0

5

10

With [ST] Key Operation:

Display Print

Item Entry

Subtotal

Cash Total

Cash Tender

123 [DP1]

[ST]

[AT/TL]

200

[AT/TL]

DP01 01 1,23

SUBTL 1,25

CASH 1,25

2,00

CHANGE 0,75

DP1 1,23

SUBTL 1,23

CASH 1,25

TOTAL 1,25

CATEND 2,00

CHANGE 0,75

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11.30 Denmark Rounding

Without [ST] Key Operation:

Display Print

Item Entry

Cash Total

Cash Tender

123 [DP1]

[AT/TL]

200

[AT/TL]

DP01 01 1,23

CASH 1,25

2,00

CHANGE 0,75

DP1 1,23

SUBTL 1,23

CASH 1,25

SUBTL 1,23

TOTAL 1,25

CATEND 2,00

CHANGE 0,75

NOTE: Short-tendering can also be operated with or without a [ST] key depression. The balance due will be calculated on the basis of the post-rounded sale total (or subtotal) amount. Thus, the post-rounded sale total is determined on the first media entry (whether it is Totaling, Over-tendering, or Short-tendering using any media key).

11.30 Denmark Rounding

1) Denmark Rounding feature

• Sale total finalized by the [AT/TL] key is rounded. (The fraction rounding method is fixed.)

• The amount displayed at the [ST] key depression is not rounded.

• Short-tendered amount to be displayed is not rounded.

2) Sale finalization

• At a total amount entry

When the [AT/TL] key is depressed, the post-rounded total amount (or short-tendered amount after rounding) is finalized. When a sale is finalized by the media key excepting the [AT/TL] key, none of rounding process is performed.

• At a tendered amount entry

When the [AT/TL] key is depressed, one of three processes below is performed according to the tendered amount. a) Tendered amount ≥ Post-rounded total amount (or short-tendered amount during a short-tendered condition

An over-tendering is performed with the post-rounded total amount (or short-tendered amount). b) Tendered amount < Post-rounded total amount (or short-tendered amount during a short-tendered condition)

A short-tendering is performed with the pre-rounded total amount (or short-tendered amount). c) Pre-rounded total amount ≤ Tendered amount < Post-rounded total amount

A tendering operation satisfying this condition is not possible.

Operation Example) If rounding method table below is programmed

Pre-rounded value of the least effective digit

Post-rounded value

0 to 12

13 to 37

38 to 62

63 to 87

88 to 100

0

25

50

75

100

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11.30 Denmark Rounding

Media Total and Over-tendering

Item Entry

Subtotal

Cash Total

Cash Tender

Credit Total

Credit Tender

120 [DP1]

[ST]

[AT/TL]

200

[AT/TL]

[CRT]

200

[CRT]

Short-tendering (Multi-tender, Split Tender)

Display

DP01 01 1,20

SUBTL 1,20

CASH 1,25

2,00

CHANGE 0,75

CRT 1,20

2,00

CHANGE 0,80

Item Entry

Subtotal

Cash Short-tender

2nd Cash Total

2nd Media Total

120

[ST]

100

[DP1]

[AT/TL]

[AT/TL]

[CRT]

Display

DP01 01 1,20

SUBTL 1,20

1,00

SHORT 0,20

CASH 0,25

CRT 0,20

Print

DP1 1,20

SUBTL 1,20

CASH 1,25

TOTAL 1,25

CATEND 2,00

CHANGE 0,75

CRT 1,20

TOTAL 1,20

CRT 2,00

CHANGE 0,80

Print

DP1 1,20

SUBTL 1,20

TOTAL 1,20

CATEND 1,00

CASH 0,25

CRT 0,20

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11.31 Sale Paid in Foreign Currencies

11.31 Sale Paid in Foreign Currencies

OPERATION

- - -

Sale is finalized by media total.

(The media key must be programmed to allow totalling in this case.)

[ST] [CUR1]

Mandatory for a sale paid in foreign currencies.

Displays the equivalent value in

Foreign Currency 1.

Amount Tendered in

Foreign Currency

Display the entered foreign currency amount.

( [CUR1] )

Displays the amount converted into domestic currency amount.

[AT/TL]

Other media keys may be used if paid in that media.

(The media key must be programmed to allow tendering in this case.)

NOTES:

1. The to [CUR 5] keys operate the same as [CUR 1] , except that each of these keys has its own exchange rate programmed corresponding to each foreign currency.

2. The fraction process method at the exchange is fixed to Round OFF.

3. The foreign currency keys cannot be used to finalize Received-on-Account payments, Paid-out items, or charge posting (sale with previous balance).

4. When a tendering by a foreign currency occurs during a short-tendered condition, the [ST] key will not be mandatory.

5. When you depress the [CUR] key after depressing the [ST] key, the symbol “ … … ” will be displayed at the leftmost 2 digits of the 7-segment numeric display.

6. This sales transaction using the [CREDIT 1] to [CREDIT 5] keys is not possible. the key or other media key has been programmed as “Total-only” key, the entry of amount tendered in foreign currency causes an error. When the [AT/TL] key or other media key has been programmed as “Tender-only” key, amount tendered in foreign currency should be entered.

8. When an amount limit has been programmed, the foreign currency amount converted into a domestic currency is checked.

9. To exchange the domestic currency amount to the foreign currency one, multiply the amount by the exchange rate.

-- Receipt Print Format --

Optional Print

Amount Tendered in CUR1

CUR1 Exchange Rate

SUBTL € 8,48

TOTAL € 8,48

CUR1 9,50 ∗

1.0914

CATEND € 9,31

CHANGE € 0,83

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11.32 No-Sale Exchange from Foreign Currency to Domestic Currency

11.32 No-Sale Exchange from Foreign Currency to Domestic Currency

OPERATION (Must be operated outside a sale)

1] |Amount of Foreign Currency 1 to be exchanged| [NS]

... The drawer opens to enable exchange. Displays the domestic currency amount equivalent to the entered foreign currency amount.

NOTES:

1. The [CUR 2] to [CUR 5] keys operate the same.

2. The fraction process method is fixed to Round OFF.

-- Receipt Print Format --

Amount of CUR1 to be exchanged

Exchange Rate (optional print)

Domestic Currency amount equivalent to the CUR2

CUR1 10,00

1.0914

CHANGE € 9,16

11.33 No-Sale Exchange from Domestic Currency to Foreign Currency

OPERATION (Must be operated outside a sale)

|Amount of Domestic Currency to be exchanged| [CUR 1] [NS]

... The drawer opens to enable exchange. The display content of the CUR 1 value obtained on the [CUR 1] key depression is held.

NOTES:

1. The [CUR 2] to [CUR 5] keys operate the same.

2. This operation (exchange from domestic to foreign currencies) may be prohibited by a program option.

3. The fraction process method is fixed to Round Off.

-- Receipt Print Format --

Domestic Currency amount to be exchanged

Exchange Rate of CUR3 (optional print)

CUR1 amount equivalent to the domestic currency amount

CATEND € 1,00

1.445

CUR1 1,45

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11.34 Paid-Out

11.34 Paid-Out

A paid-out transaction is used when money is removed from the drawer without totalling to a sale.

OPERATION (Must be operated outside a sale)

|Amount to be paid out| [PO] ( [ST]

Repeatable if multiple amounts to be paid out are recorded in one receipt sequence.

) [AT/TL]

NOTES:

1. Only [AT/TL] can finalize paid-out amounts (i.e. must always be paid out in cash).

2. The All Void operation is not possible during a Paid-Out transaction.

3. Post-issue receipt is not available after the Paid-Out operation.

-- Receipt Print Format --

PO € 4,50

PO € 3,20

SUBTL € 7,70

TOTAL € 7,70

JONES 0302 17:46TM

11.35 Received-on-Account

A received-on-account transaction is used to identify money which is in the drawer but not relating to a sale.

OPERATION

|Amount of Payment|

Max. 7 digits

[R/A] ( [ST] ) |Cash Amount Tendered| [AT/TL]

(if paid in cash)

(|Quantity| [X] )

Repeatable if multiple amounts are received in one receipt sequence.

|Cheque Amount Tendered|

(if paid in cheque)

(if processed into charge account)

Other Media Finalization

[CHK TEND]

This portion is the same as SALE FINALIZATION BY

MEDIA KEYS already described.

NOTES:

1. The media keys used for this operation must be programmed to allow received-on-account entries.

2. MULTI-TENDERING and SPLIT-TENDERING (already described) are also applied to the finalization of received-on-account payments.

3. The All Void operation is not possible during a Received-on-Account transaction.

-- Receipt Print Format --

R/A € 5,00

R/A € 3,00

SUBTL € 8,00

CASH € 8,00

JONES 0301 17:46TM

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11.36 Salesperson Entry (Salesperson Sign-ON)

11.36 Salesperson Entry (Salesperson Sign-ON)

This operation is used for performing sales management of each salesperson.

OPERATION

|Salesperson [SALES PERSON]

1 to 30

- - -

... The name of the person is displayed and printed on both journal and receipt.

Programmable options relating to Salesperson Entries:

• Salesperson’s name non-print on receipt (print on journal only)

• Salesperson Entry compulsory before sale item entries

• Salesperson Entry Prohibited during a sale (i.e. allowed only one person entry at the starting of a sale but prohibits any other salesperson entry once the sale is started.) When this program option is not selected, up to five salespersons can sign-ON during one sale.

The salesperson entry status (salesperson Signed-ON condition) will be held until:

• Another salesperson entry is operated, or

• The sale is finalized.

NOTES:

1. After a Salesperson Entry, the mode change is prohibited.

2. When the Cashier Interrupt feature has been selected, the Salesperson

Entry may cause an error.

-- Receipt Print Format --

02 Stacy

Salesperson Code Salesperson’s Name

11.37 Receipt-Issue/Non-Issue Selection

Receipts are issued or not issued according to the “R OFF” lamp illuminated/extinguished status on the Operator

Display panel.

“R OFF” (Receipt OFF) Lamp Status Change Operations ( [LOG/RECEIPT] = [RECEIPT] ).

Mode Lock may be in any position

[LOG/RECEIPT]

Extinguished [LOG/RECEIPT] Illuminated

Receipt ON Status Receipt OFF Status

NOTES:

1. The “R OFF” lamp status at the starting of a transaction entry decides whether a receipt will be issued for the transaction or not. Switching the Receipt ON/OFF status during a transaction will not be effective.

2. If a transaction entered with the “R OFF” lamp illuminated and finalized but a receipt is required, the

[RECEIPT ISSUE] (Post-issue Receipt) key can be operated to issue a receipt.

3. Simply depress the [LOG/RECEIPT] key without a numeric entry. If the key is depressed with a prior numeric entry in REG mode, it may turn out to be a Sign ON or Sign OFF operation (in case of Cashier Code Entry

Method).

4. Receipt-issue or non-issue cannot be selected after a non-add number print or salesperson entry.

5. Even when the ECR is in the Receipt-OFF mode, a receipt after taking a reset report is issued.

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11.38 Receipt Post-Issue

11.38 Receipt Post-Issue

After finalizing a sale, the [RECEIPT ISSUE] key depression leads to an issuance of an itemized receipt for previous entry.

OPERATION (Must be operated outside a sale)

(A sale is finalized) [RECEIPT ISSUE]

Programmable options:

• Post-issue receipt is available only when the sale has been finalized with Receipt-OFF mode.

• Available regardless of Receipt-ON/OFF mode (in this case two receipts may be obtained for one sale.)

• Post-issue receipt is itemized receipt for a sale of maximum 30 lines. Exceeding 30 lines, the post-issue receipt is total-only receipt.

• Post-issue receipt is always total-only receipt regardless of the number of lines of a sale.

• Post-issue receipt is issued only once.

• Post-issue receipt can be issued any number of times.

NOTES:

1. The post-issue receipt content will not be printed on the Remote Slip Printer.

2. The post-issue receipt is not available for Received-on-Account or Paid-Out transactions.

3. The post-issue receipt operation is available for the Charge Posting transaction (sale with previous balance).

However, when the Charge Posting transaction is finalized by the [PO] key, the post-issue receipt operation cannot be performed.

-- Ordinary Receipt -- Itemized Type

-- Post-issue Receipt --

Total-only Type

31-10-2005 MON #3001

VEGETABLE € 8,60

2x 1.00@

Tomato € 2,00

SUBTL € 10,60

TOTAL € 10,60

CATEND € 11,00

CHANGE € 0,40

ITEM 3

JONES 0316 17:58TM

31-10-2005 MON #3001

**COPY **

VEGETABLE € 8,60

2x 1.00@

Tomato € 2,00

SUBTL € 10,60

TOTAL € 10,60

CATEND € 11,00

CHANGE € 0,40

ITEM 3

JONES 0316 17:58TM

31-10-2005 MON #3001

TOTAL € 10,60

JONES 0316 17:58TM

This line is printed only when a post-issue receipt is issued after the Ordinary Receipt is issued, or the second and subsequent postissue receipts are issued.

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11.39 Charge Posting: Previous Balance Manual Entry Type

11.39 Charge Posting: Previous Balance Manual Entry Type

OPERATION

(1) To initiate charge posting for a new customer

0 (or [PB-] ) Follow the line marked with “*” in Operation 2 below.

zero

(2) Charge posting with a previous balance first entered (pre-select) with or without PAYMENT

[PB+] (for credit balance) *

(for debit balance)

Sale item entries, if any.

( [ST] ) [CRT]

Displays the sale total excluding the previous balance.

Finalizes the current sale, displays the entire sale total including the previous balance.

......... to transfer all the balance as a new balance (i.e. no payment for this occasion).

The prior [CRT] key may be omitted in this case.

|Amount Paid for this occasion| [R/A]

(The amount to be paid, partially or entirely, for this occasion.

An excessive amount may be entered, in which case a debit balance will result.)

Media Key operations

(Same as media key operations for RECEIVED-ON

-ACCOUNT payment finalization already described.)

Repeatable if necessary.

[PO] cash now.

(3) Charge posting with a previous balance entered during a sale (post-select)

A previous balance (including a zero balance for a new customer) may be entered not only before sale items but also after or between them if the [CRT] key has not been depressed. Multiple previous balance entries are possible within a sale (for the purpose to sum up multiple accounts into one, etc.).

(4) Percent rate addition to a previous balance

|Previous [PB+] (|Rate|) [%+] - - -

NOTES: 1. The [%-] key operates the same for percent discounting.

2. The previous balance entered through [PB-] (debit balance) will not allow %+ or %- operation.

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11.39 Charge Posting: Previous Balance Manual Entry Type

Charge Posting Operation Sample (Previous Balance Manual Entry Type)

OPERATION CONTENTS KEY OPERATION

Receipt 1

To open a new customer account:

Sale Items:

€3,50 Dept.1

€2,40 Dept.3

Finalize this sale.

To transfer all the balance without payment.

The above customer comes to the store for payment.

All his balance is read.

He will pay all the balance today.

He tenders €10,00 in cash.

The balance of the customer is now zero.

Give the change to the customer in cash.

(

(

(

0 [PB+]

350

240

590

[DEPT 1]

[DEPT 3]

[CRT]

[TRF]

See Receipt 1 below

[PB+]

(previous balance)

[CRT]

590

)

[R/A]

1000 [AT/TL]

See Receipt 2 below

.)

.)

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #3001

PB+ € 0,00

VEGETABLE € 3,50

DP03 € 2,40

CRT € 5,90

NEW BAL € 5,90

ITEM 2

JONES 0338 18:26TM

-- Receipt Print Format --

Receipt 2

New Balance is transferred as PB.

0

0

1

3

DISPLAY (Lower Row)

2.

5.

5.

0.

3.

5.

5.

5.

4.

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #3001

PB+ € 5,90

CRT € 5,90

R/A € 5,90

CATEND € 10,00

CHANGE € 4,10

NEW BAL € 0,00

ITEM 0

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0

5

4

9

9

9

9

9

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

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11.40 Journal Print (Thailand Specification)

11.40 Journal Print (Thailand Specification)

This operation prints the Store Name, Message, Date, and Register No. on the journal.

-- Journal Print Format --

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

31-10-2005 MON #3001

Print contents by depressing the [JP] key

(Store Name, Message, Date, Register No.)

NOTES:

1. Date, date of week, and Register No. are printed together.

2. Date at the [JP] key depression is printed.

3. Only a journal print is performed. (Receipt print is not performed.)

11.41 VAT Total Display

This operation is used to display the VAT total amount by pressing the [VAT DISPLAY] key after a subtotal operation.

OPERATION

All the items are entered for the customer.

NOTES:

[ST] [VAT DISPLAY]

1. This operation is effective only when the VAT feature is selected. (When the Add-on Tax feature is selected, an error occurs.) the key is allowed multiple times (only after a subtotal operation).

3. Performing this operation during Short Tender, Receive-on-Account, or Paid-out results in an error.

4. Pressing key is not allowed for single item Department/PLU entry.

5. Additional entry and All Void operations can be performed after displaying the VAT total.

6. When key is pressed after displaying VAT total, Subtotal will be displayed. the key is not allowed after the [EX] key operation.

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11.42 Consignment Print

11.42 Consignment Print

Immediately after performing the Department/PLU entry or finalizing a sale, the [CONSIGNMENT] key depression leads to an issuance of a receipt only for the entry or sale finalization just performed.

OPERATION

Department (or PLU) entry

[AT/TL] (or other Media key)

[CONSIGNMENT]

NOTES:

1. The following options are selectable.

(1) Print/Non-print option selection

• Date

-- Receipt Print Format --

**CONSIGNMENT **

DP03 € 2,00

JONES 0340 18:30TM

• Consecutive No.

• Cashier name

• Messages on the header/footer portion of the receipt (logo, store message, commercial message)

(2) Frequency of this operation either Multiple times or Single time

2. This operation causes an error after the Non-add Number Print or No-sale transaction.

3. Each key can be programmed with consignment compulsion status by the program option setting.

4. While previously registered contents are printed in process of registration, this operation is not possible.

5. This operation is possible after the sale finalization or Short-tendering operation.

11.43 Validation Print

After performing a sale finalization, insert a validation slip into the validation slot which is provided on the remote slip printer then depress the [VALIDATE] key, resulting in that the sale amount and the trailer are printed in two lines.

OPERATION

[VALIDATE]

NOTES:

1. This operation causes an error after the Non-add Number Print, No-sale, Received-on Account, or Paid-out operation.

2. When this operation is performed by a training cashier, the message “TRAINING” is surely printed on the validation slip.

3. The validation slip should be set to the remote slip printer beforehand.

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11.44 Remote Slip Printer (hardware option) Operation

11.44 Remote Slip Printer (hardware option) Operation

(1) The EPSON Remote Slip Printer TM-U295 may be connected to the ECR as an optional device.

(2) The remote slip printer will operate printing if a slip is properly inserted.

(3) At a registration operation (in REG , MGR , or - mode)

• The remote slip printer will automatically activate printing when the slip has properly been set to the printer table.

• Remote slip print compulsion for any Previous Balance entry can be selected by the program option.

• When the slip is full during a registration operation, the message “SLIP PAPER OUT” is indicated in the

LCD display and the registration operation is prohibited until another slip is properly set. Data stored in the slip printer is printed on the slip. Subsequently the [C] key depression extinguishes the message and the remaining data is printed.

(4) At a Read/Reset operation (in X or Z mode)

• The remote slip printer will automatically activate printing when the slip has properly been set to the printer table.

• When the slip is full during a registration operation, the message “SLIP PAPER OUT” is indicated in the

LCD display. Data stored in the slip printer is printed on another slip which is properly set. Subsequently the [C] key depression extinguishes the message and the remaining data is printed.

(5) The gap of the slip inlet is usually opened, and the slip may be inserted or withdrawn freely outside a receipt/journal print sequence.

When a slip is properly set to the remote slip printer and the ECR is operated, the gap will be closed and printing will be performed. When the sale is finalized and the receipt is issued, the gap of the remote slip printer will be opened to allow the slip withdrawal. (The gap keeps closed during sale item entries.)

(6) The RELEASE key on the remote slip printer may be used for opening the closed gap. When pressing this key during a print operation, the remote slip printer pauses printing and the gap is opened.

(7) Printing on the slip will be performed in the same format of receipt.

(8) If the remote slip printer turns OFF or the cable is disconnected, it may cause a” SLIP OFF LINE” error.

During the error, a connection confirmation message is indicated by the [ITEM CORR] key depression. At this time, the [ITEM CORR] key depression again will let the slip printer disconnected. The [C] key depression will remain the slip printer connected.

Slip Paper

EPSON Remote Slip Printer TM-U295

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11.45 When a Power Failure Occurs...

11.45 When a Power Failure Occurs...

If a power failure occurs, all sales data stored in the memory are automatically protected by the battery installed in the ECR. The battery is rechargeable and it is recharged when the AC power returns. As the power returns, the ECR revives to continue the work and displays the last item entered before the power failure. However, please note the following phenomena to occur on the ECR when the power is regained:

1. The printer will work to print the entered data without failure after the power recovery, if any data was being printed. However, one extra line may be fed on the power recovery depending on the power-recovery timing.

2. The following are the display indications on the power recovery:

ECR CONDITION at the time of Power Failure DISPLAY INDICATION on the Power Recovery

OUTSIDE A

SALE

DURING A

SALE

No key-in has been operated.

Numeric or Declaration keys have been entered but not motorized keys.

No Numeric or Declaration keys have been entered.

Numeric or Declaration keys have been entered.

Displays zero. Operations may go on.

Regains the display content that was obtained just before the power failure. The operations may be continued.

Regains the display content that was obtained just before the power failure. The operations may be continued.

In case a power failure occurred during printing, after the power recovery, the power failure symbol “**” is printed in one line.

Example:

-- Journal Print Format --

DP09 € 2,00

DP09 € 1,00

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

DP11 € 0,50

SUBTL € 2,50

CASH € 2,50

MISC € 3,00

CHANGE € 0,50

ITEM 2

JONES 0357 18:55TM

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12. JOURNAL AND RECEIPT PAPER-END DETECTOR

12. JOURNAL AND RECEIPT PAPER-END DETECTOR

(1) This detects when either the journal or receipt paper is coming near the end. It is provided in order to prompt the operator to replace the old paper roll with a new one.

(2) When the paper roll is out (or the paper has not been set properly), no key operation will be accepted and the front display will indicate “PAPER END”.

(3) When a new paper roll is set, only the [C] key is allowed to operate. The error message “PAPER END” will be cleared by the [C] key depression and normal key-in operations will be accepted. If any printing was suspended, it will continue printing.

(4) If this detector senses a paper-end condition during printing, the printing will stop after the current line printing is completed.

(5) If the [C] key is depressed in the paper-end condition, it will be ignored. The [C] key depression will be effective to clear the error message only after the new paper roll is set.

(For further details, refer to Chapter 6.)

Receipt paper end Journal paper end

P blinks on the leftmost digit of the

10-digit 7-segment Numeric display.

P blinks on the third leftmost digit of the

10-digit 7-segment Numeric display.

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13. PRINTER HEAD OPEN DETECTOR

13. PRINTER HEAD OPEN DETECTOR

(1) This detects the printer head open condition.

(2) When such a condition is detected, the front display indicates “COVER OPEN” (on the receipt printer side) or

“HEAD OPEN” (on the journal printer side) and none of the keys (including [RF] and [JF] ) will be accepted.

(3) Close the receipt cover or journal paper retainer.

(4) The error message “COVER OPEN” (on the receipt printer side) or “HEAD OPEN” (on the journal printer side) will be cleared by the [C] key depression and normal key-in operations will be accepted.

Receipt cover open Journal paper retainer open

P blinks on the leftmost digit of the

10-digit 7-segment Numeric display.

P blinks on the third leftmost digit of the

10-digit 7-segment Numeric display.

14. REMOTE SLIP PRINTER MOTOR LOCK DETECTOR

(1) This detects the remote slip printer motor lock condition caused by some trouble.

(2) When such a condition is detected, the front display indicates “SLIP OFF LINE” and none of the keys

(including [RF] and [JF] ) will be accepted.

(3) To regain the normal condition, turn the powers of the ECR and the remote slip printer to OFF, remove the cause of the motor lock, and then turn the powers to ON again.

* If the cause cannot be found in the remote slip printer and only the ECR may be required to work temporarily without the remote slip printer, remove the remote printer cable from the ECR, and turn the power of the ECR to ON.

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15. GENERAL MAINTENANCE

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15.1 Cleaning the Covers

15. GENERAL MAINTENANCE

WARNING!

1. DO NOT POUR WATER directly onto the ECR, as this may cause electric shock or fire.

2. The Journal Take-up Motor becomes very hot while printing. To avoid getting burned, never touch the Journal Take-up Motor.

3. Never touch the print head and around it just after printing. You may get burned as the print head becomes very hot during printing.

4. Carefully close the receipt cover so as not to catch your fingers. You may get injured.

5. Do not touch the cutter portion as you may get injured.

CAUTION!

Never use an organic solvent like thinners or benzene for cleaning. Using such solvents may discolour the cover.

15.1 Cleaning the Covers

Wipe the covers with a soft dry cloth slightly moistened with mild detergent. After using detergent for cleaning, be sure to wipe it off with a slightly moistened cloth.

15.2 Removing Jammed Paper

1) Turn the power OFF and disconnect the power plug from the wall inlet.

2) Open the receipt cover or the journal cover.

3) Remove the jammed paper. DO NOT USE any sharp implement or tool as these will damage the printer.

4) Re-load the receipt roll. (Refer to Section 6.1 Installing/Replacing the Receipt/Journal Roll.)

15.3 When “VOLTAGE ERROR” is displayed...

When “VOLTAGE ERROR” is displayed, a hardware error including printer error could occur. In this case, immediately disconnect the power plug from the wall inlet the contact your nearest TOSHIBA TEC representative .

15.4 Removing the Drawer

1. Open the drawer, then take the Money Case out.

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15.5 Media Slot

2. Pull the drawer out, and when it stops by the stopper, lift the drawer up and pull it again.

15.5 Media Slot

The Media Slot provided at the front of the drawer is used to put non-cash media such as cheque in the drawer without opening it. The non-cash media put from this slot are kept under the Coin Case, therefore you can keep them in secret.

Coin Case

Media Slot

Non-cash media are kept here.

15.6 Changing the Layout of the Money Case

1. Open the drawer, then take the Money Case out. sst aat nhout nf www.

webshop.

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15.7 Drawer Key

RELEASE

LOCK

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15.7 Drawer Key

2. Remove the Coin Case from the Money Case.

3. To remove the Partition from the Coin Case, pull the

Partition upward. Set the Partition in the groove where you like, then push down the Partition.

4. To change the layout of the Bill Case, it is necessary to remove the Bill Holder. To remove the Bill Holder, remove the three screws to detach the Bill Holder

Ass’y from the Money Case. Then remove the screw to detach the Bill Holder from the Plate. To remove the Partition, pull it upward.

Insert the Drawer Key into the Drawer Key Lock, then turn it 90° counterclockwise to lock the Drawer.

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16. SPECIFICATIONS

16. SPECIFICATIONS

ECR specifications

Item Description

Size

Weight

Power required

410 mm (width) x 442 mm (depth) x 291 mm (height)

(height including rubber feet)

Height when the customer display is fully raised: 351 mm

Approximately 13.6 Kg

AC 220 V to AC 230 V ±10 %; 50/60 Hz ±10 % (QP model)

AC 230 V ±10 %; 50/60 Hz ±10 % (GB model)

AC 240 V ±10 %; 50/60 Hz ±10 % (AU model)

(varies depending on the destination)

Standby: 8.2 W (0.08 A), Operating: 35 W (0.23 A) Power consumption

Ambient temperature

Printer

Operator display

Keyboard

Print method

Print speed

Printable digits

Number of keys

0 °C to 40 °C, 10% to 90% relative humidity

Direct thermal print method

Max. 60 mm/sec.

32 one-byte characters per line

Receipt cutting method Manual cutting method

LCD display

Numeric display

192 x 64 dot LCD display tubes are adopted.

SET, X, Z, BLIND mode: Up to 24 one-byte characters in four lines

REG, MGR, - mode: Up to 16 one-byte characters in two lines

10-digit 7-segment fluorescent display is adopted.

Colour: AMOUNT portion (Green)

DPT and RPT portions (Yellow)

Status lamps (Red or Green)

Customer display 7-digit 7-segment fluorescent display is adopted.

Colour: AMOUNT portion (Green)

Status lamps (Red or Green)

Ordinary type keyboard: Max. 66 keys

Flat type keyboard: Max. 106 keys

Drawer The size of the drawer and the specifications of the money case vary depending on the individual product standard.

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16. SPECIFICATIONS

Paper roll specifications (receipt and journal rolls)

Item Description

Media

Width

Thickness

Outside dimension

Recommended thermal paper

Thermal roll paper

58 +0/-1 mm

0.06 mm to 0.08 mm

80 mm or less

Only paper rolled onto a core is acceptable, however, the paper end should not be pasted to the core.

Standard paper:

TF60KS-E (Nippon Paper Industries)

PD150R (Oji Paper Co., Ltd)

High-sensitive paper:

TF50KS-E4 (Nippon Paper Industries)

Medium-term preserving paper:

TP60KS-F1 (Nippon Paper Industries)

P220VBB-1 (MITSUBISHI PAPER MILLS LIMITED)

PD170R (Oji Paper Co., Ltd)

Long-term preserving paper:

TP50KJ-R (Nippon Paper Industries)

PD152R (Oji Paper Co., Ltd)

PD160R-N (Oji Paper Co., Ltd)

AFP-235 (MITSUBISHI PAPER MILLS LIMITED)

HA220AA (MITSUBISHI PAPER MILLS LIMITED)

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MANAGER’S GUIDE

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MA-600 SERIES

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page

1. OPERATIONS IN “MGR” MODE ----------------------------------------------------------------- 1- 1

1.1 Items Programmed to Require Manager Interventions -----------------------------------------1- 1

1.2 Other Operations Required Manager Interventions ---------------------------------------------1- 3

2. OPERATIONS IN “ - ” MODE --------------------------------------------------------------------- 2- 1

2.1 Ordinary Operations In “ - ” Mode--------------------------------------------------------------------2- 1

2.2 Prohibitive Operations In “ - ” Mode -----------------------------------------------------------------2- 1

3. READ (X) AND RESET (Z) REPORTS ---------------------------------------------------------- 3- 1

3.1 Enabling Read (X) or Reset (Z) Mode --------------------------------------------------------------3- 2

3.2 General Notes On Report Takings-------------------------------------------------------------------3- 5

4. PROGRAMMING OPERATIONS------------------------------------------------------------------ 4- 1

4.1 Instructions for Programming -------------------------------------------------------------------------4- 2

4.2 Character Entries-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4- 6

4.3 Condition Required for Programming Operations----------------------------------------------- 4-12

4.4 SET Menu----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-13

4.5 Time Setting or Adjustment--------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-14

4.6 Date Setting or Adjustment --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-15

4.7 Commercial Message Programming --------------------------------------------------------------- 4-17

4.8 Footer Message Programming ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-20

4.9 Store Name Message Programming --------------------------------------------------------------- 4-23

4.10 Cashier Name and Status Programming---------------------------------------------------------- 4-27

4.11 Name

4.12 Department Group Name Programming ---------------------------------------------------------- 4-32

4.13 PLU Name Programming------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 4-34

4.14 Salesperson Name Programming------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-36

Department

4.16 PLU Table Programming ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 4-44

4.17 Department Preset Price Setting or Changing--------------------------------------------------- 4-52

4.18 PLU Preset Price Setting or Changing------------------------------------------------------------- 4-55

4.19 %+ and %- Preset Rate Setting --------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-58

4.20 Foreign Currency Exchange Rate Setting -------------------------------------------------------- 4-60

5. VERIFICATION OF PROGRAMMED DATA --------------------------------------------------- 5- 1

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1.1 Items Programmed to Require Manager Interventions

1. OPERATIONS IN “MGR” MODE

This chapter describes operations to be performed in the “ MGR ” position of the

Mode Lock, which the manager can access using the MGR or MA key.

1.1 Items Programmed to Require Manager Interventions

During daily sale entry operations, the cashier may call for Manager Interventions. The following is the operation flow of a Manager Intervention.

1) During operations, the cashier comes across an item that requires a Manager Intervention. The cashier, already informed of it, may immediately call for a Manager Intervention. Or the cashier, without knowing of it, attempts the operation but an error occurs. He/She clears the error by the [C] key, and then calls for a

Manager Intervention.

2) The manager goes to the cashier counter with the MGR or MA key.

3) The cashier explains what kind of operation is attempted, and removes the REG key from the Mode Lock at the “ REG ” position.

4) The manager inserts the MGR or MA key and turns it to the “ MGR ” position.

5) The cashier operates the required item.

6) The manager returns the MGR or MA key to the “ REG ” position and pulls it out.

7) The cashier sets the REG key to the “ REG ” position again and continues registering operations.

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1.1 Items Programmed to Require Manager Interventions

The following is the table of the keys and operations that are programmable with Manager Intervention. Fill in the table by marking in the “Not Required” or “Required” column of each item, referring to the documents, etc. listed in the table.

KEYS/OPERATIONS AND MANAGER INTERVENTION STATUS TABLE

Key

Manager Intervention

Not required Required

Reference

[ - ] (Amount Discount)

[VND CPN]

[STR CPN]

[%] ( [% I] , [% II] )

[RTN MDSE]

[VOID]

[PO]

[PB-]

[EX]

[NS]

[ALL VOID]

[1st PRICE]

[2nd PRICE]

[3rd PRICE]

Credit Balance

( NOTE 1 below)

Negative-balance Sale

Finalization by Media Keys

(except [AT/TL] )

( NOTE 2 )

Negative Department or negative PLU Entries

( NOTE 3 )

As for changing the key status, ask your

TOSHIBA TEC representative.

These are program options for each store.

Ask your TOSHIBA TEC representative for information and these status changes.

NOTES: 1. The “Credit Balance” means that amount entries through [ - ] (Amount Discount), [VOID] , [VND

CPN] , [STR CPN] will result in over-subtraction of the subtotal amount at the time of the entry through any of those keys. If the status “Not required” is selected, over-subtraction using these keys will be allowed in the “ REG ” mode. The [RTN MDSE] key, negative departments, and negative PLUs are not subject to this “Credit Balance” status selection.

2. The “Negative-balance Sale” may be caused by:

1. Credit Balance if “Not required” is selected as the above Credit Balance status.

2. Amounts entered through the

4. Other negative amounts.

[RTN MDSE] key.

3. Amounts entered through negative departments or negative PLUs.

3. The “Negative Departmentss or PLUs” are the Departments/PLUs programmed as negative status, but not normal Departments/PLUs through which Store Coupon or Returned Merchandise amounts are entered.

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1.2 Other Operations Required Manager Interventions

1.2 Other Operations Required Manager Interventions

Listing Capacity or Amount Limit Release

Amount Limits may be programmed on Departments/PLUs, Tender Medias, [ - ] , [VND CPN] , [STR CPN] .

These limits are programmed to check an excessively high or low amount entry by cashier’s mistake at the earliest stage. Guide your cashiers as in the following procedure:

(1) During sale entries by the cashier, an error occurs with Error Message “OPERATION ERROR”

(programmable) is displayed.

(2) The cashier clears the error by the [C] key. The cashier confirms the amount and operates the item again.

(3) If the same error occurs again, the cashier attempts to enter the amount using the [LC OPEN] or [OPEN] key.

(4)If the operation results in an error again, the Amount Limit cannot be solved by the [LC OPEN] or [OPEN] key.

(5) The cashier calls for Manager Intervention.

The procedure thereafter is the same as Steps 2) to 7) for the Items Programmed to Require Manager

Interventions (Section 1.1).

In need of information of Amount Limits, ask your TOSHIBA TEC representative.

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2.1 Ordinary Operation in “ – “ Mode

2. OPERATIONS IN “ - ” MODE

Instead of using the [RTN MDSE] or [VOID] key in the “ REG ” or “ MGR ” mode for deleting individual items, the “ - ” mode automatically processes positive items into negative and negative into positive.

To operate, turn the Mode Lock to the “ - ” position using the MA key, and enter the items, one by one, just as in the “ REG ” mode, as reading the sale receipt (issued at the time of the purchase) or tracing the returned items as if in the “ REG ” mode.

A positive balance resulted in the “ - ” mode indicates the amount to be paid back to the customer.

The “ - ” mode operation may occur from time to time during day, on the cashier’s request, just as in the case of ordinary Manager Interventions, when a customer comes to the cashier counter to return or cancel all the items that were once purchased and finalized (in which case the All Void operation is no longer effective).

2.1 Ordinary Operations In “ - ” Mode

OPERATION AND RECEIPT SAMPLE

RECEIPT ISSUED IN “ REG ” or “ MGR ” MODE RECEIPT ISSUED IN “ - ” MODE

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

ITEM 2

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #3001

VEGETABLE

2,50

DP02

2,50

%-

5% -0,13

CASH € 4,87

JONES 0375 08:47TM

These two receipts contain the same sale items and media finalization. The operations are also the same except the Mode

Lock position.

The cashier merely follows the purchase receipt (on the left) and

enters the same items in the position, finalizing with the same media in case a customer has returned or canceled the entire sale after the cashier had finalized that sale.

The - mode header ( * REG- * in this example ) is printed at the top and the bottom of the sale contents in the - mode receipt.

%-

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #3001

∗∗ REG- ∗∗

VEGETABLE € 2,50

DP02 € 2,50

5% -0,13

CASH

4,87

ITEM 2

∗∗

REG-

∗∗

JONES 0376 08:49TM

NOTE: In the “ – “ mode the Listing Capacities and the status requiring Manager Intervention will all be released, i.e., the same handling as in “ MGR ” mode.

2.2 Prohibitive Operations In “ - ” Mode

• NO-SALE ( [NS] )

• NO-SALE CASHING OF CHEQUE OR OTHER NON-CASH MEDIAS

• NO-SALE EXCHANGE from Foreign Currency to Domestic Currency, or vice versa

• TRAINING MODE START/END

• RECEIPT POST-ISSUE ( [RECEIPT ISSUE] )

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3. READ (X) AND RESET (Z) REPORTS

3. READ (X) AND RESET (Z) REPORTS

WARNING!

When opening the cash drawer, be careful not to let the drawer hit any person.

This chapter describes how to issue X and Z reports and how to read issued receipts.

The X report is issued in X mode and the Z report is in Z mode.

By turning the Mode Lock to the X or Z position, the menu below is displayed, respectively.

In X mode

In Z mode

• X

By taking an X report, sales data in a store is consolidated according to department, PLU, hourly range, and cashier, and cash balance in drawer is confirmed. Even if the X report is issued, the data such as sale total, customer count, and item count are protected so that this report can be issued many times a day.

• Z

The Z report is issued at the time of closing the sale of the day after closing the store. By issuing a Z report, the data stored in the ECR such as sale total, customer count, item count of the day are deleted, but they are stored in the GT memory.

The X and Z reports have exactly the same print content if both are available, except that:

1. The X reports allow to read the sales data but not clear memories, while the Z reports allow to read the sales data and at the same time all the resettable memories will be cleared when the reports have been issued.

2. The symbol “X...” is printed on the top line of a Daily Read Report, “Z...” on a Daily Reset Report, “GTX...” on a GT Read Report, and “GTZ...” on a GT Reset Report, as initial settings.

3. A reset count is printed on the bottom of a Z report only.

GT Reports

The print form and items of a GT report are the same as those of its corresponding daily report, except the report header portion. Please also note that some items provided in the daily report are not provided in its GT reports.

The counters and totals in a GT report are records accumulated for a certain period (week, month, etc.) while those counters and totals in the daily report are usually records for a day. The accumulated record data in each

GT report will be renewed when its GTZ report has been taken.

Header Example

Z_DP_ALL

All Department Read Report (Daily)

GTZ_DP_ALL

All Department GT Read Report

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3. READ (X) AND RESET (Z) REPORTS EO1-11154

3.1 Enabling Read (X) or Reset (Z) Mode

3.1 Enabling Read (X) or Reset (Z) Mode

The issuance of the read (X) report or reset (Z) report is selected from the corresponding menu item which is displayed on the LCD display with the [ ↑ ] or [ ↓ ] key.

For issuing a read (X) report, turn the Mode Lock to the X position with the MGR or MA key. For issuing a reset

(Z) report, turn the Mode Lock to the Z position with the MGR key.

On the MA-600 series, the keyboard layout is automatically changed in three types according to operation to be performed (ordinary registration, read/reset, programming). The following shows keyboard layouts and functions of keys required for read/reset operation when the Mode Lock is turned to X or Z position.

Keyboard layout for read/reset

Mode Lock Position: X for read, Z for reset

• Ordinary Type Keyboard

↑ RF JF

↓ C #

← Rtn 7 8 9

→ X 4 5 6

Enter

PLU

• Flat Type Keyboard

1 2 3

0 00

.

ST AT/TL

LOG

RECEIPT

RF JF ↑ ↓

← →

# C Enter

5 8 9

X 4 5 6

1 2 3 ST

PLU

0 00

.

AT/TL

Functions of keys required for read/reset

Key Function

[

[

[

[

]

]

]

]

[Enter]

[Rtn]

This key is used for moving the cursor upward.

This key is used for moving the cursor downward.

This key is used for moving the cursor leftward.

This key is used for moving the cursor rightward.

This key is used for selecting a desired item after moving the cursor.

This key is used for returning the display to the previous screen.

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3. READ (X) AND RESET (Z) REPORTS EO1-11154

3.1 Enabling Read (X) or Reset (Z) Mode

Read/Reset Menu Table

Report Name X

ALL DEPARTMENT + FINANCIAL READ/RESET

FINANCIAL READ/RESET

ALL DEPARTMENT READ/RESET

DEPARTMENT GROSS PROFIT READ

HOURLY RANGE READ/RESET

ALL MEDIA SALESTOTAL AND CASH-IN-DRAWER READ

ALL CASHIER REASD/RESET

INDIVIDUAL CASHIER READ/RESET

ALL SALES PERSON READ/RESET

ALL PLU READ/RESET

ZONE PLU READ/RESET

MONEY DECLARATION

• Read menu

1 DAILY

2 GT

3 PROGRAM DATA READ

4 OTHER ITEMS

1 FINANCIAL + DP

2 FINANCIAL

3 DP 1 ALL DP

2 DP GROSS PROFIT

4 HOURLY RANGE

5 CASH-IN-DRAWER

6 CASHIER

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

1 ALL CASHIER

2 INDIVIDUAL CASHIER

7 SALESPERSON

8 PLU 1 ALL PLU

2 ZONE PLU

9 MONEY DECLARATION

1 FINANCIAL + DP

2 FINANCIAL

3 DP

4 CASHIER

1 ALL DP

2 DP GROSS PROFIT

1 ALL CASHIER

2 INDIVIDUAL CASHIER

• Reset menu

1 DAILY

2 GT

1 FINANCIAL + DP

2 FINANCIAL

3 DP

4 HOURLY RANGE

5 CASHIER

6 SALESPERSON

7 PLU

8 MONEY DECLARATION

1 DP

1 ALL CASHIER

2 INDIVIDUAL CASHIER

1 ALL PLU

2 ZONE PLU

1 FINANCIAL + DP

2 FINANCIAL

3 DP

4 CASHIER 1 ALL CASHIER

2 INDIVIDUAL CASHIER

Z

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

GTX

O

O

O

O

O

O

GTZ

O

O

O

O

O

All Department + Financial Read

Daily Financial Read

All Department Read

Department Grass Profit Read

Hourly Range Read

All Media Sales Total and Cash-in-Drawer Read

All Cashier Read

Individual Cashier Read

All Salesperson Read

All PLU Read

Zone PLU Read

Money Declaration

All Department + Financial GT Read

Daily Financial GT Read

All Department GT Read

Department Grass Profit GT Read

All Cashier GT Read

Individual Cashier GT Read

All Department + Financial Reset

Daily Financial Reset

All Department Reset

Hourly Range Reset

All Cashier Reset

Individual Cashier Reset

All Salesperson Reset

All PLU Reset

Zone PLU Reset

Money Declaration

All Department + Financial GT Reset

Daily Financial GT Reset

All Department GT Reset

All Cashier GT Reset

Individual Cashier GT Reset

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3. READ (X) AND RESET (Z) REPORTS EO1-11154

3.1 Enabling Read (X) or Reset (Z) Mode

TABLE OF OPERATIONS FOR X AND Z REPORTS

Daily Reports

Report Name

ALL DEPARTMENT AND FINANCIAL READ AND RESET

• All Department and Financial Read

• All Department and Financial Reset

FINANCIAL READ AND RESET

• Financial Read

• Financial Reset

DEPARTMENT READ AND RESET

• All Department Read

• All Department Reset

• Department Gross Profit Read

HOURLY RANGE READ AND RESET

• Hourly Range Read

• Hourly Range Reset

ALL MEDIA SALESTOTAL AND CASH-IN-DRAWER READ AND RESET

CASHIER READ AND RESET

• All Cashier Read

• All Cashier Reset

• Individual Cashier Read

• Individual Cashier Reset

SALESPERSON READ AND RESET

• All Salesperson Read

• All Salesperson Reset

PLU READ AND RESET

• All PLU Read

• All PLU Reset

• Zone PLU Read

• Zone PLU Reset

GT Reports – to be taken on weekly or monthly basis --

Report Name

ALL DEPARTMENT AND FINANCIAL GT READ AND RESET

• All Department and Financial GT Read

• All Department and Financial GT Reset

FINANCIAL GT READ AND RESET

• Financial GT Read

• Financial GT Reset

DEPARTMENT GT READ AND RESET

• All Department GT Read

• All Department GT Reset

• Department Gross Profit GT Read

CASHIER GT READ AND RESET

• All Cashier GT Read

• All Cashier GT Reset

• Individual Cashier GT Read

• Individual Cashier GT Reset

Mode Lock Sample Page

---

X

Z

X

Z

X

Z

X

Z

Z

X

Z

Z

X

X

Z

X

X

X

Z

X

3-6

3-9

3-11

3-12

3-13,14

3-15

3-16,17

Mode Lock Sample Page

---

X

Z

Z

X

Z

Z

X

X

X

Z

X

3-6

3-9

3-13

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3. READ (X) AND RESET (Z) REPORTS EO1-11154

3.2 General Notes On Report Takings

3.2 General Notes On Report Takings

1. The cashier signed-OFF condition is required for taking any Z reports in the Code Entry Method. (Otherwise, an error will result when the Mode Lock is turned to the “ X ” or “ Z ” position.) However, the read operation is available outside a sale (when the ECR used for registration) even after signed on.

2. Reset reports will be printed on the receipt roll as well as on journal, and issued, regardless of the current

Receipt-ON/OFF status.

3. The [ITEM CORR] (or [VOID] ) key may be depressed halfway during printing a report, for the purpose to abort the receipt issuance (except for some short reports). When a report-abort has been operated for a reset report, the memory of the report data will not be cleared.

4. The sales data of the following read reports will be cleared when the relevant reset reports are cleared. If those read reports are necessary, please be certain to take them before the relevant reset reports are taken:

READ REPORT

(with no reset reports provided)

RELEVANT RESET REPORT that clears the read report data

Department Gross Profit Read

All Media Sales Total and Cash-in-drawer Read

Department Gross Profit GT Read

All Department Reset

Financial Reset

All Department GT Reset

As you notice, “Financial Reset”, “All Department Reset”, and “PLU Reset” reports should be taken after all other reports (particularly read reports) on the respective levels of daily and GT, so that the required read reports data may not be cleared by those reset report takings.

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3. READ (X) AND RESET (Z) REPORTS EO1-11154

3.2 General Notes On Report Takings

FINANCIAL READ or RESET (Daily or GT)

Read Report Sample

• Operation: Mode Lock: X for read

Z for reset

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in X mode, depress the

[1] or [Enter] key.

Select “ FINANCIAL ” with the [ ↓ ] or [ ↑ ] key, then depress the [2] or

[Enter] key.

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #3001

X_FINANCIAL

GT

346,77

NET GT € 309,09

NEG GT

36,87

GS 125

346,77

NS 112

318,18

%+ 1

0,49

%- 4

2,34

V.CPN 1

4,00

DISC 1

1,00

-DP TL 0

0,00

NS 71CU

310,49

CASH 71CU

292,77

CHECK 1CU

5,00

CRT 1CU

12,72

MISC 2CU

11,00

CPN 0CU

5,00

R/A 2

8,00

PO 8

37,10

-- To be continued --

NOTES:

1. The numeric values placed in reports in this manual are merely examples to show the print format and may not balance correctly.

2. The items attached with “*” outside the receipt frame are printed only on Daily Reports but not on GT Reports.

3. The print or non-print status of each item on Financial

Reports can be programmed.

4. Non-printing of items with zero sales (i.e.,zero skip) can be programmed by a program option.

Date, Day-of Week, Store/Register No.

Report Name

Grand Total (non-resettable)

Net GT (non-resettable)

NEG GT (non-resettable)

Gross Sale Item Count

& Amount

Net Sale With Tax Item Count

& Amount

Percent Charge (on Subtotal) Count

& Amount

Percent Discount (on Subtotal) Count

& Amount

Vendor Coupon Count

& Amount

Amount Discount (on Subtotal) Count

& Amount

Negative Department Item Count

& Amount

All-media Sales Customer Count

& Amount

Cash Sales Customer Count

& Amount

Cheque (Media 1) Sales Customer Count

& Amount

General Credit (Media 2) Sales Customer Count

& Amount

Miscellaneous Media (Media 3) Sales Customer Count

& Amount

Media-Coupon (Media 4) Sales Customer Count

& Amount

Received-on-Account Count

& Amount

Paid-Out Count

& Amount

Tax 1 to Tax 8 Amount and TAX TL are printed here if Add-on tax feature has been selected .

(Special Rounding Fractions

Amount here if “SP ROUND” option is selected.)

(Media 5 to Media 9 Sales if installed)

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3. READ (X) AND RESET (Z) REPORTS EO1-11154

3.2 General Notes On Report Takings

(Financial Read or Reset)

-- Continued --

CASH ID

CASH CUR1 ID

CASH CUR2 ID

CASH CUR5 ID

CHECK ID 2

€ 15,00

CK CUR1 ID 9

95.02

9,99

9,99

CASH CUR3 ID € 9,99

CASH CUR4 ID

9,99

9,99

9,99

CK CUR2 ID 9

€ 9,99

CK CUR3 ID 9

9,99

CK CUR4 ID 9

9,99

Cash-in-drawer

Cash-in-drawer (F.C. 1) Amount

Cash-in-drawer (F.C. 2) Amount

Cash-in-drawer (F.C. 3) Amount

Cash-in-drawer (F.C. 4) Amount

Cash-in-drawer (F.C. 5) Amount

Count

& Amount

Cheque-in-drawer (F.C. 1) Count

& Amount

Cheque-in-drawer (F.C. 2) Count

& Amount

Cheque-in-drawer (F.C. 3) Count

& Amount

Cheque-in-drawer (F.C. 4) Count

& Amount

Cheque-in-drawer (F.C. 5) Count

CK CUR5 ID 9

€ 9,99

CRT ID 1

€ 10,00

& Amount

Count

CRT CUR1 ID 9

9.99

CRT CUR2 ID 9

CRT CUR3 ID 9

9.99

9.99

CRT CUR4 ID 9

9.99

CRT CUR5 ID 9

€ 9.99

& Amount

Credit-in-drawer (F.C.1) Count

& Amount

Credit-in-drawer (F.C.2) Count

& Amount

Credit-in-drawer (F.C.3) Count

& Amount

Credit-in-drawer (F.C.4) Count

& Amount

Credit-in-drawer (F.C.5) Count

& Amount

Miscellaneous Media-in-drawer Count

MISC ID 2

€ 11,00

MISC CUR1 ID 9

€ 9,99

& Amount

Misc.

& Amount

Misc.

& Amount

MISC CUR2 ID 9

€ 9,99

MISC CUR3 ID 9

Misc.

MISC CUR5 ID 9

9,99

9,99

9,99

& Amount

& Amount

& Amount

Media Coupon-in-drawer Count

& Amount

∗ Media

CPN ID 1

€ 5,00

CPN CUR1 ID 9

9,99

CPN CUR2 ID 9

9,99

CPN CUR3 ID 9

€ 9,99

Coupon-in-drawer (F.C. 1) Count

& Amount

Coupon-in-drawer (F.C. 2) Count

& Amount

Coupon-in-drawer (F.C. 3) Count

& Amount

∗ Media

CPN CUR4 ID 9

CPN CUR5 ID 9

€ 9,99

CORR 2

8,50

VOID 1

MISC VOID 0

€ 0,00

ALL VD 2

S. CPN 1

9,99

1,00

8,60

5,00

RTN 4

3,80

REG- 2

€ 7,95

Coupon-in-drawer (F.C. 4) Count

& Amount

Coupon-in-drawer (F.C. 5) Count

& Amount

Item Correct Count (on positive DEPTs or PLUs)

& Amount

Void Count

& Amount

Item Correct (on other items) Count

& Amount

All Void Count

& Amount

Store Coupon Item Count

& Amount

Returned Merchandise Item Count

& Amount

Negative Mode (“ - “ Mode) Count

& Amount

∗ (Media 5 to Media 9-in-drawer Count

& Amount if installed.)

∗ (Each Media Difference between the declared

amount and the in-drawer memory amount

when Money Declaration Feature is selected.)

-- To be continued --

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3. READ (X) AND RESET (Z) REPORTS EO1-11154

3.2 General Notes On Report Takings

(Financial Read or Reset)

-- Continued --

%- 1

€ 0,50

DISC 1

€ 2,00

TRF TL

10,90

TRF+GT € 10,90

TRF-GT

10,90

TRF+ € 10,90

TRF-

0,03

PB TL 1CU

10,90

PB R/A € 0,00

PB PO

0,00

TXBL1 € 284,98

VAT1

41,19

TXBL2 € 0,00

VAT2

0,00

TXBL3 € 0,00

VAT3

0,00

TXBL4 € 0,00

VAT4

0,00

TXBL5 € 0,00

VAT5

0,00

TXBL6 € 0,00

VAT6

0,00

TXBL7 € 0,00

VAT7

0,00

TXBL8 € 0,00

VAT8

0,00

VAT TL € 39,89

N.NS

212,34

VAT EX 8CU

VAT1 EX

10,00

VAT2 EX € 0,00

VAT3 EX

0,00

VAT4 EX € 0,00

VAT5 EX

0,00

VAT6 EX € 0,00

VAT7 EX

0,00

VAT8 EX € 0,00

ITEM/CUS 1,58

TL /CUS € 9,70

NO SALE 3

CLEAR 2

CONSIGN CTR 1

VALI CTR 3

#INICIAL 9999

0001X

0001Z

9999 19:00TM

Percent Discount (on line items) Count

& Amount

Amount Discount (on line items) Count

& Amount

Transfer Balance GT (non-resettable)

Transfer Credit GT (non-resettable)

Transfer Debit GT (non-resettable)

Transfer Credit Daily

Transfer Debit Daily

Previous Balance Sales Customer Count

& Amount

Previous Balance Received Payment Amount

Previous Balance Refunded to Customers

Taxable 1 Amount (VAT1-applicable Amount Total)

VAT1 Amount (Total of VAT1 Tax Portion)

Taxable 2 Amount (VAT2-applicable Amount Total)

VAT2 Amount (Total of VAT2 Tax Portion)

Taxable 3 Amount (VAT3-applicable Amount Total)

VAT3 Amount (Total of VAT3 Tax Portion)

Taxable 4 Amount (VAT4-applicable Amount Total)

VAT4 Amount (Total of VAT4 Tax Portion)

Taxable 5 Amount (VAT5-applicable Amount Total)

VAT5 Amount (Total of VAT5 Tax Portion)

Taxable 6 Amount (VAT6-applicable Amount Total)

VAT6 Amount (Total of VAT6 Tax Portion)

Taxable 7 Amount (VAT7-applicable Amount Total)

VAT7 Amount (Total of VAT7 Tax Portion)

Taxable 8 Amount (VAT8-applicable Amount Total)

VAT8 Amount (Total of VAT8 Tax Portion)

VAT Total

New Net Sale (Net Sale-VATs) Amount

VAT Exempt Customer Count

VAT1 Exempt Amount

VAT2 Exempt Amount

VAT3 Exempt Amount

VAT4 Exempt Amount

VAT5 Exempt Amount

VAT6 Exempt Amount

VAT7 Exempt Amount

VAT8 Exempt Amount

Item Count per Customer

Sale Total per Customer

No-sale Count

[C] Key Count

Consignment Count

Validation Count

Consecutive No. record immediately after the preceding Daily Financial Reset Report (see NOTE )

Financial Read Report Count

Financial Reset Report Count (on Reset Reports only)

Receipt Consecutive No., Current Time

NOTE: This data is printed only on the daily financial reset. It is not printed on the daily financial read and GT financial read and reset. (Columbia specification)

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3. READ (X) AND RESET (Z) REPORTS EO1-11154

3.2 General Notes On Report Takings

All Department Read or Reset (Daily or GT)

Reset Report Sample

• Operation: Mode Lock: X for read

Z for reset

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in Z mode, depress the

[1] or [Enter] key.

Select “ DP ” with the [ ↓ ] or [ ↑ ] key, then depress the [3] or [Enter] key.

Select “ ALL DP ” with the [ ↓ ] or [ ↑ ] key, then depress the [1] or

[Enter] key.

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #3001

Z_DP_ALL

VEGETABLE

33

30.30%

101,20

DP15

20

28.80% € 98,50

DP15

1

2.05%

1,00

TOTAL 126

333,98

-TOTAL 1

1,00

VE&FR 41

46,51%

153,20

DR&BL 14

6,59%

21,70

Same as Department Gross Profit

(Refer to Department

Gross Profit Report)

0001Z

9999 19:00TM

NOTES:

1. Sales % or Customer Count is selectable by the program option. This report sample shows sales %.

2. For the read report, department group data printing is selectable by the program option. It is not printed as standard. For the reset report, it printed regardless of the program option setting.

Department Data ↓

Dept. 1 Name

Item Count

Sales % (or Customer Count), Amount ( NOTE 1 )

Dept. 2 Name

Item Count

Sales % (or Customer Count), Amount

Dept. 15 Data:

Item Count

Sales % (or Customer Count), Amount

Item Count of positive departments

Amount

Item Count of negative departments

Amount

Department Group Data ↓ ( NOTE 2 )

Group Name, Item Count

Sales Percentage & Amount

Reset Report Count (on Reset Reports only)

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3. READ (X) AND RESET (Z) REPORTS EO1-11154

3.2 General Notes On Report Takings

Department Gross Profit Read (Daily or GT)

(Read only)

Read Report Sample

• Operation: Mode Lock: X for read

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in X mode, depress the

[1] or [Enter] key.

Select “ DP ” with the [ ↓ ] or [ ↑ ] key, then depress the [3] or [Enter] key.

Select “ DP GROSS PROFIT ” with the [ ↓ ] or [ ↑ ] key, then depress the [2] or [Enter] key.

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #3001

X_PROFIT

DAIRY

20,05%

45,00

FISH

14,35%

18,00

FRUIT

12,5%

12,00

MEAT

15%

10,48

VEGETABLE

10%

10,26

CAN FOOD

25%

6,09

BAKERY

23%

6,19

DRINK

18%

3,38

BTL FOOD

21,4%

2,87

SNACK

17%

0,77

DP14

19%

0,42

SPICE

11%

0,07

TOTAL

16,23% € 329,38

9999 19:00TM

Department Name

Gross Profit Rate (%)

& Gross Profit Amount

(The print order is from the

Departments of larger Gross

Profit Amount to Departments of less.

Departments with no sales or

No Gross Profit Rate (or rate

0,00%) are not printed in this report.)

Total of all the DEPTs’ gross

Profits read in this report.

(The rate is the average.)

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3. READ (X) AND RESET (Z) REPORTS EO1-11154

3.2 General Notes On Report Takings

HOURLY RANGE READ or RESET (Daily)

Reset Report Sample

• Operation: Mode Lock: X for read

Z for reset

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in Z mode, depress the

[1] or [Enter] key.

Select “ HOURLY RANGE ” with the [ ↓ ] or [ ↑ ] key, then depress the

[4] or [Enter] key.

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #3001

Z_HOURLY

08:00TM

12:00TM

15:00TM 125

26CU

252,23

19:00TM

0001Z

9999 19:05TM

8:01 to 12:00

12:01 to 15:00

15:01 to 19:00 Item Count

Customer Count & Amount

19:01 and thereafter

Hourly Range Reset Report Count (on Reset Reports only)

3-11

3. READ (X) AND RESET (Z) REPORTS EO1-11154

3.2 General Notes On Report Takings

ALL MEDIA SALES TOTAL AND CASH-IN-DRAWER READ (Daily)

(Read only)

Read Report Sample

• Operation: Mode Lock: X for read

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in X mode, depress the

[1] or [Enter] key.

Select “ CASH-IN-DRAWER ” with the [ ↓ ] or [ ↑ ] key, then depress the

[5] or [Enter] key.

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #3001

X_MEDIA

NS 26CU

252,23

CASH ID €1 36,23

CASH CUR1 ID 9,99

CASH CUR2 ID 9,99

CASH CUR3 ID 9,99

CASH CUR4 ID 9,99

CASH CUR5 ID 9,99

9999 19:01TM

All Media Sales Total Customer Count

& Amount

Cash-in-drawer Amount

Cash-in-drawer (F.C. 1) Amount

Cash-in-drawer (F.C. 2) Amount

Cash-in-drawer (F.C. 3) Amount

Cash-in-drawer (F.C. 4) Amount

Cash-in-drawer (F.C. 5) Amount

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3. READ (X) AND RESET (Z) REPORTS EO1-11154

3.2 General Notes On Report Takings

ALL CASHIER READ or RESET (Daily or GT)

Read Report Sample

• Operation: Mode Lock: X for read

Z for reset

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in X mode, depress the

[1] or [Enter] key.

Select “ CASHIER ” with the [ ↓ ] or [ ↑ ] key, then depress the [6] or

[Enter] key.

Select “ ALL CASHIER ” with the [ ↓ ] or [ ↑ ] key, then depress the [1] or [Enter] key.

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #3001

X_CLERK

01 JONES

GS 125

346,77

NS 112

300,48

CLEAR 1

CONSIGN CTR 1

VALI CTR 1

M.DCR 3

0001X

0001Z

∗∗ TRAINING ∗∗

04 BROWN

GS 9

VALI CTR 1

M.DCR 0

0001X

0001Z

9999 19:00TM

In CASHIER SIGNING Method, the ID code here is the 2-digit manager-assign portion of the Cashier Code

Cashier ID Code & Cashier’s Name

Report for Cashier 1 (Cashier Code: 01, Cashier Name: JONES)

Same contents as Financial Reports except for GT, NET GT and NEG GT are not printed

[C] Key Count

Consignment Count

Validation Count

Money Declaration Count

Individual Cashier Read Report Count

Individual Cashier Reset Report Count (on Reset Reports only)

Report for Cashier 4 (Cashier Code: 04, Cashier Name: JONES (Training Cashier))

Same contents as Financial Reports except for GT, NET GT and NEG GT are not printed

Receipt Consecutive No., Current Tim

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3. READ (X) AND RESET (Z) REPORTS EO1-11154

3.2 General Notes On Report Takings

INDIVIDUAL CASHIER READ or RESET (Daily or GT)

Read Report Sample

• Operation: Mode Lock: X for read

Z for reset

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in X mode, depress the

[1] or [Enter] key.

Select “ CASHIER ” with the [ ↓ ] or [ ↑ ] key, then depress the [6] or

[Enter] key.

Select “ INDIVIDUAL CASHIER ” with the [ ↓ ] or [ ↑ ] key, then depress the [2] or [Enter] key.

CLEAR 1

CONSIGN CTR 1

VALI CTR 1

M.DCR 3

0001X

0001Z

9999 19:00TM

Input a cashier code (01 to 08, 99) of which report is to be taken, then depress the [AT/TL] key.

(This guidance message is displayed only when the cashier code entry method is activated.)

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #3001

X_CLERK

01 JONES

GS 125

346,77

NS 112

300,48

In CASHIER SIGNING Method, the ID code here is the 2-digit manager-assign portion of the Cashier Code

Cashier ID Code & Cashier’s Name

Report for Cashier 1 (Cashier Code: 01, Cashier Name: JONES)

Same contents as Financial Reports except for GT, NET GT and NEG GT are not printed

[C] Key Count

Consignment Count

Validation Count

Money Declaration Count

Individual Cashier Read Report Count

Individual Cashier Reset Report Count (on Reset Reports only)

Receipt Consecutive No., Current Tim

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3.2 General Notes On Report Takings

SALESPERSON READ OR RESET (Daily)

(all Salespersons)

Reset Report Sample

• Operation: Mode Lock: X for read

Z for reset

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in X mode, depress the

[1] or [Enter] key.

Select “ SALESPERSON ” with the [ ↓ ] or [ ↑ ] key, then depress the [7] or [Enter] key.

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #3001

X_SLSPERSON

02 Stacy

GS 2

2,65

NS 2

2,65

RTN 0

0,00

0001Z

9999 19:00TM

Person Code, Name

Gross Sale Item Count

& Amount

Net Sale With Tax

Item Count & Amount

Returned Item Count

& Amount

All Salesperson Reset Report Count (on Reset Reports only)

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3.2 General Notes On Report Takings

All PLU Read or Reset (Daily)

Reset Report Sample

• Operation: Mode Lock: X for read

Z for reset

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in Z mode, depress the

[1] or [Enter] key.

Select “ PLU ” with the [ ↓ ] or [ ↑ ] key, then depress the [7] or [Enter] key.

Select “ ALL PLU ” with the [ ↓ ] or [ ↑ ] key, then depress the [1] or

[Enter] key.

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #3001

Z_PLU_ALL

0001

Tomato

3

0,50

0002

Lemon

1 € 1,00

0101

Milk-Large Pack

1

1,30

0102

Cheese-Half Pck

13 € 2,50

0121

Egg-6 Pack

1

1,50

0301

Half Rolls-4

1 € 0,80

0501

Tuna Can

12

4,20

0502

Soup Can

4 € 1,20

0601

Kiwi Jam

1

2,20

Print data in order from lower to larger numbered

PLU Code.

PLU Code 0100

,

Name “Tomato”

Item Count, Amount

NOTE:

When a scaled item is entered, the item count “1” is processed into the Total Item

Count of all the PLUs to be printed at the bottom regardless of its actual weight volume

0701

Drink Small-A

2 € 1,20

1000

Small-Btl Depo

4

0,20

TOTAL 43

€ 46,60

-TOTAL 0

€ 0,00

0001Z

9999 19:00TM

PLU Code 1000

Total Item Count and

Amount of all the PLUs

Negative Total Item Count

and Amount of all the PLUs

PLU Reset Report Count

(on Reset Reports only)

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3.2 General Notes On Report Takings

Zone PLU Read or Reset (Daily)

Read Report Sample

• Operation: Mode Lock: X for read

Z for reset

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in X mode, depress the

[1] or [Enter] key.

Select “ PLU ” with the [ ↓ ] or [ ↑ ] key, then depress the [7] or [Enter] key.

Select “ ZONE PLU ” with the [ ↓ ] or [ ↑ ] key, then depress the [2] or

[Enter] key.

Enter a zone-start PLU code (4 digits), then depress the [x] key.

Enter a zone-end PLU code (4 digits), then depress the [AT/TL] key.

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #3001

X_PLU_ZONE

0001->0100

0001

Tomato

3 € 0,50

0002

Lemon

1

1,00

TOTAL 4

€ 1,50

-TOTAL 0

€ 0,00

9999 19:00TM

NOTE: In Zone PLU Read Reports:

• PLUs of zero sale will be skipped.

• PLUs not existing in the PLU Program File memory will not be printed in reports (in any reports).

For this sample

Mode Lock: X or Z

(for Daily)

0001 [X]

0100 [AT/TL]

Zone-start PLU Code -> Zone-end PLU Code

PLU Code

PLU Name

Item Count, Amount

Total Item Count and

Amount of Total of all PLUs read in this report

Negative Total Item Count and

Amount of Total of all PLUs read in this report

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3.2 General Notes On Report Takings

MONEY DECLARATION

(to be operated when the “Cashier Key” method and the “Money Declaration” option have been selected)

When the Money Declaration feature is selected, each cashier who has operated the ECR on the day must end with his/her Money Declaration operation. Without performing this, the Daily Financial Report cannot be taken.

The Media Sales and In-drawer Report, All Media Sales Total and Cash-in-drawer Report and Daily All/Individual

Cashier Report cannot be taken with the Money Declaration feature.

Collective Money Declaration

By selecting the program option, money declaration can be performed collectively by a permitted cashier at a time, without performing money declarations by each cashier. Without this, the Daily Financial Report cannot be taken.

Key Operation: Mode X (for Read Mode Money Declaration)

Mode

Example of Read Mode Money Declaration

The cashier sets his/her own cashier key to the ON status.

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in X mode, depress the

[1] or [Enter] key.

Select “ 9 MOMEY DECLARATION ” with the [ ↓ ] or [ ↑ ] key.

Depress the [9] or [Enter] key.

(The drawer opens.)

Input the numeric value of all media-in-drawer total, then depress the

[AT/TL] key.

Declare each media-in-drawer total by depressing the corresponding media key. Repeat this alternating the amount and the media key until all the media-in-drawer total are declared.

( [ST] may be depressed to obtain the subtotal of the amounts so far declared.)

After declaring all the media-in-drawer total, depress the [AT/TL] key.

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3.2 General Notes On Report Takings

A Money Declaration receipt is issued, printing the media amounts declared and the total of all the medias declared. It is automatically followed by a Cashier Report of that cashier (X or Z report depending on the

Mode Lock position where the preceding Money Declaration has been performed). When collective money declaration is performed, the Cashier Report is not automatically printed. The Daily All/Individual Cashier

Report operation is available.

In this cashier report, each media-in-drawer total in memory is printed, along with each media amount difference between the amount declared and the amount in memory.

(Refer to the sample operation and sample print format of MONEY DECLARATION at the end of this chapter.)

Sample Operation in “Z” Mode

(The Cashier Key of the required cashier must be set to ON.)

Manager turns the Mode Lock to the “ Z ” position

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Mode

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #3001

Z_MDR

CASH

245,14

CHECK € 24,50

MISC

4,00

CPN € 5,70

TOTAL

279,34

SMITH 9999 19:00TM

The money declaration is finalized on the last [AT/TL]

In the Cashier Reset Report, the print contents are the same as those of Cashier Read or Reset

Reports without the Money Declaration feature, except that the amount difference of each declared media will be printed below the media-in-drawer totals lines and the Money Declaration Count (by that individual cashier) will be printed above the

Cashier Reset Report Count.

[CHK TEND]

[MISC]

[CPN]

[AT/TL]

key depression.

A receipt such as shown above is issued, automatically followed by the

Cashier Daily Reset Report of the cashier who has just operated the money declaration.

SAMPLE OPERATION

Cashier 2 Key ( [CLK 2] ) to ON.

[AT/TL]

Cashier Report automatically follows

(Reset Report in this case)

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:00am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #3001

Z_CLERK

02 SMITH

GS 72

279,34

(Same as ordinary

Cashier Report)

CASH DIF € 0,00

CK DIF

0,00

MISC DIF € 0,00

CPN DIF

0,00

M.DCR 3

001Z

SMITH 9999 19:00TM

If the Money Declaration has been operated in X mode, the Cashier Report automatically issued will be

Read Report.

Media Difference:

If the difference is zero, declared media amount

was correct.

If negative, the declared amount was smaller than memory.

If positive, a larger amount than the memory declared.

Money Declaration Count

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4. PROGRAMMING OPERATIONS

4. PROGRAMMING OPERATIONS

This chapter is provided for the store programmer or the store manager who may have to change the programmed data of the ECR on the daily, weekly, or monthly basis. Usually, all the basic program data required for your store should be set before delivering the product by your local TOSHIBA TEC representative. However, in need of changing or adding program data, please refer to this chapter. It is also recommended to read the

OPERATOR’S GUIDE as well as other chapters of the MANAGER’S GUIDE in order to thoroughly understand the descriptions in this chapter.

By turning the Mode Lock to the SET position with the MA key, the menu below is displayed on the LCD display so that the ECR is ready to perform a programming operation.

If there are any unclear points or program data other than listed here must be changed or added, please contact your TOSHIBA TEC representative.

TABLE OF PROGRAMMING OPERATIONS

CAUTION!

Do not perform programming operations which are not described in this chapter. Doing so may cause a malfunction of the ECR.

(Page)

Instructions for Programming................................................................................................................................ 4- 2

Character Entries ................................................................................................................................................. 4- 6

Condition Required for Programming Operations .............................................................................................. 4-12

SET Mode Menu.................................................................................................................................................. 4-13

Time Setting or Adjustment ................................................................................................................................. 4-14

Date Setting or Adjustment.................................................................................................................................. 4-15

Commercial Message Programming ....................................................................................................................4-17

Footer Message Programming ............................................................................................................................ 4-20

Store Name Message Programming .................................................................................................................. 4-23

Cashier Name and Status Programming............................................................................................................. 4-27

Department Name Programming......................................................................................................................... 4-30

Department Group Name Programming.............................................................................................................. 4-32

PLU Name Programming..................................................................................................................................... 4-34

Salesperson Name Programming ....................................................................................................................... 4-36

Department Table Programming ......................................................................................................................... 4-38

PLU Table Programming ..................................................................................................................................... 4-44

Department Preset Price Setting or Changing .................................................................................................... 4-52

PLU Preset Price Setting or Changing ................................................................................................................ 4-55

%+ and %- Preset Rate Setting........................................................................................................................... 4-58

Foreign Currency Exchange Rate Setting ........................................................................................................... 4-60

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4.1 Instructions for Programming

4.1 Instructions for Programming

On the MA-600 series adopting the LCD display, each programming operation is performed by selecting the corresponding menu item on the LCD display.

The keyboard layout is automatically changed in three types according to operation to be performed (ordinary registration, read/reset, programming) when the Mode Lock is turned to the corresponding position.

Accordingly, in addition to the character code entry method, the character entries in programming operations are also performed directly through the ordinary type keyboard.

4.1.1 Types of Keyboard Layouts

The keyboard layout is automatically changed in three types when the Mode Lock is turned to the corresponding position. That for programming operation is used in this chapter.

(1) Keyboard layout for ordinary registration (It is programmed as default setting.)

Mode Lock Position: REG , MGR ,

• Ordinary Type Keyboard

LOG/

RECEIPT

VALI

DATE

RECIPT

ISSUE

RF JF

1 6 11

CUR SALES

PERSON

RTN

MDSE

ALL

VOID

C #

2 7 12

R/A PO

NS

ITEM

CORR

7 8 9

3 8 13

%-

PR

OPEN

X 4 5 6

4 9 14

VAT MISC

LC

OPEN

AMT 1 2 3

5 10 15

CRT CPN

PLU 0 00

.

• Flat Type Keyboard

LOG/

RECEIPT

RECIPT

ISSU

1 8

RF JF R/A PO

2 9

ITEM

CORR

VOID

RTN

MDSE

ALL

VOID

%-

# C NS CUR

3 10

AMT 5 8 9 CRT

4 11

5 12

X 4 5 6

CHK

TEND

1 2 3 ST

6 13

PLU

0 00

.

7 14

AT/TL

PLU preset-code keys

Department keys

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4.1 Instructions for Programming

(2) Keyboard layout for read/reset

Mode Lock Position: X for read, Z for reset

• Ordinary Type Keyboard

↑ RF JF

Rtn

X

Enter

PLU

• Flat Type Keyboard

C #

7 8 9

4 5 6

1 2 3

0 00

.

ST AT/TL

LOG

RECEIPT

RF ↑ ↓

← →

# C Enter

5 8

X 4 5 6

PLU

1 2 3 ST

0 00

.

AT/TL

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4.1 Instructions for Programming

(3) Keyboard layout for programming

Mode Lock Position: SET

• Ordinary Type Keyboard

↑ RF JF

ALL

VOID

C #

← Rtn 7 8 9

→ Dbl 4 5 6

A

C

D

F K P U

H M R W

I N S X

Enter A/a 1 2 3

.

• Flat Type Keyboard

E J O T Y

? End Z

RF JF ↑ ↓

! @ # $ % & * ( ) : A/a Dbl

VOID

β Σ

← → u a e e a e c Œ # C History Rtn Enter

A O U A A N

£ Ø + - ? 5 8 9

Q W E R T Y U I O P X 4 5 6

? A S D F G H J K L

PLU

SP Z X C V B N M ,

1 2 3 ST

0 00 . End

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4.1 Instructions for Programming

4.1.2 Basic Key Functions

Programming operations in this chapter are performed with the keyboard layout for programming.

1. The following are main keys and their functions to be used in programming operations.

(1) Keys for selecting items on the menu screen

Key Function

[ ↑ ]

[ ↓ ]

This key is used for moving the cursor upward.

This key is used for moving the cursor downward.

[

[

[?]

]

]

[Rtn]

[Enter]

This key is used for moving the cursor leftward.

This key is used for moving the cursor rightward.

This key is used for selecting a desired item after moving the cursor.

This key is used for returning the display to the previous screen.

While ? is shown on the upper-right corner of the LCD display screen, the [?] key depression results in that a guidance message corresponding to the current operation appears on the LCD display.

(2) Keys for character entries

Key Function

[ → ]

[C]

[Dbl]

This key is used for entering a one-byte space.

This key is used for deleting all the entered characters together.

This key is used for switching character mode between “one-byte character” and “twobyte character” alternately.

[A/a] This key is used for switching between “capital letter” and “small letter” alternately.

The key is effective when entering characters A to Z through the programming

[Del]

[#] keyboard or PK-2 keyboard (hardware option).

This key is used for deleting a character.

In the character code entry method, entering a character code then depressing this key results in that the corresponding character is entered.

[History] This key is used for performing character entries with the name previously entered.

(3) Keys for programming

Key Function

[ ← ]

[ → ]

[C]

[Enter]

[Rtn]

[?]

This key is used for selecting a desired item.

This key is used for selecting a desired item.

This key is used for cancelling an operation just performed.

This key is used for entering a desired item.

This key is used for returning the display to the previous screen.

While ? is shown on the upper-right corner of the LCD display screen, the [?] key depression results in that a guidance message corresponding to the current operation appears on the LCD display.

[End]

[PLU]

This key is used for ending the current programming operation.

This key is used for the PLU programming.

2. Functions of the [C] key:

• When an entered program data is already printed, the [C] key cannot clear if any longer. To correct the data, re-enter it.

• Before the entered data is printed, the data may be cleared by the [C] key (except in the SFKC

Programming Operation).

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4.2 Character Entries

3. To clarify the operation flow, definitions of keys of the ECR keyboard are as shown below.

| | --------- Selective numeric value which is entered through the Numeric keys.

[ ] --------- Depression of the function key.

xxxx----------- Fixed numeric value which is entered through the Numeric keys.

Fixed

4. Table of key names in SET and REG modes

The keyboard layout for programming is adopted in SET mode.

The following table shows key names in SET mode and corresponding ones in REG mode.

Key name in SET mode

Key name in REG mode

(Normal type keyboard)

Key name in REG mode

(Flat type keyboard)

[ ↑ ] [LOG/RECIEPT] [R/A]

[ ↓ ] [RTN

[

MDSE] [PO]

[ ← ] [NS] [%-]

→ ] [PR OPEN]

[Enter] [LC

[ - ]

CORR] [VAT]

[?] [ST] [AMT]

[C] [C] [C]

[Dbl] [X] [VOID]

[A/a] [AMT]

[Del] [VALI DATE] [RTN MDSE]

[#] [#] [#]

ISSUE] [NS]

[End] [AT/TL] [AT/TL]

[PLU] [PLU] [PLU]

There are two methods of character settings for various names and messages:

CHARACTER CODE ENTRY Method and DIRECT CHARACTER ENTRY Method.

CHARACTER CODE ENTRY Method

This method is to set a character by entering a Character Code and depressing the [#] key. The method is operated only on the ECR keyboard (Ordinary Type or Flat Type).

DIRECT CHARACTER ENTRY Method

This method is to set a character by directly depressing the Character Keys on any of the following keyboard:

• ECR keyboard with the keyboard layout for programming

• PK-2 keyboard (PLU keyboard; hardware option)

By using those character keys, the characters are directly entered. In this manual, sample operations are attached to most of the programming operations. And at name or message programming portions, characters except for numeric and special symbols are entered by the DIRECT CHARACTER ENTRY method.

On the following pages, Character Code Tables under the CHARACTER CODE ENTRY Method and two different keyboards under the DIRECT CHARACTER ENTRY Method are shown. These pages are to be referred to, every time the “Character Entries” sequence is contained in various programming operations in this manual.

Read through these pages at least once first, so that you may know the appropriate method of character entries using the ECR keyboard and/or option keyboards.

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4.2 Character Entries

4.2.1 Character Code Entry Method

Character Code Table 1: Standard Characters

Column Code

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Row

Code

00 SP 0 @ P ` p

01

! 1 A Q a q

02

" 2 B R b r

03 # 3 C S c s

04 $ 4 D T d t

05 % 5 E U e u

06 & 6 F V f v

07 ' 7 G W g w

08 ( 8 H X h x

09 ) 9 I Y i y

10 * : J Z j z

€ „ á Å \

é å

í Ø

,

ó ø

ú Æ

• â æ

Ä ê Œ

Ë î œ

Ö ô β

Ü û ¢

É à £

‘

No

Kg lb

½

¼

Ì

11 + ; K [ k {

12 , < L ¥ l |

13 - = M ] m }

14 . > N ^ n ¯

ä è Φ

ë ì ∑

Ï ç ÷

ö Ñ ─

X

V

U

15 / ? O _ o ü ñ

NOTE: Characters of those character codes 1007, 1206, 1207, 1211, 1500 through 1503, and 1506 through

1514 cannot be printed on the slip printer.

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4.2 Character Entries

Character Setting Operations

• To set a one-byte character, enter the COL (column) code and then the ROW code, followed by the [#] key. ex.) To set “%”, enter 205 and depress the [#] key.

To set “kg”, enter1508 and depress the [#] key.

• To set a space instead of a character, simply depress the [#] key without a prior entry, or enter 200 and depress the [#] key.

• To set two-byte characters, depress the [Dbl] key to declare the two-byte character entry, then enter a character code, followed by the [#] key. The [Dbl] key declaration is effective until this key is depressed again. ex.) To set “ GROUP ” all in two-byte characters:

[Dbl] 407 [#] 415 [#] 500

Two-byte character declaration ex.) To set “ G ROUP”, “ G ” in two bytes, and “ROUP” in one byte:

[Dbl] 407

G

[#] [Dbl] 502 [#] 505 [#]

Cancelling declaration

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4.2 Character Entries

4.2.2 Direct Character Entry Method

Using Keyboard (installed as the ECR Main Keyboard):

-- Keyboard layout for programming --

• Ordinary Type Keyboard

↑ A F K P U

ALL

VOID

C #

Rtn 7 8 9

B G L Q V

C H M R W

→ Dbl 4 5 6 D I N S X

1 2 3 E J O T Y

.

? End Z

• Flat Type Keyboard

RF JF ↑ ↓

! @ # $ % & * ( ) : A/a Dbl Del

β Σ

← → u a e e a e c Œ # C

History

Rtn Enter

A O U A A U £ Ø + - ? 7 8 9

Q W E R T Y U I O P X 4 5 6

? A S D F G H J K L

PLU

SP Z X C V B N M ,

1 2 3 ST

0 00

.

End

Character Key for Programming Function key for programming

Character Keys: Simply depress the key to enter the character. (The [#] key should not follow.) Then numeric values 1 to 0 are entered as characters 1 to 0 but not as codes for PLU Item Codes, etc.

Function Keys: These are function keys to be used in programming operations with the keyboard layout for programming. The numeric keys here are used for entering PLU Codes, etc. or numeric values as program data, but not for entering the numeric values as characters.

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4.2 Character Entries

Using PK-2 Keyboard (PLU Keyboard; hardware option)

The PK-2 keyboard is used for entering a required PLU code by simply depressing the code-preset key on this keyboard in REG or MGR mode. In addition, the PK-2 can be used for directly entering characters during the programming operations that require character settings such as STORE NAME/MESSAGE AND COMMERCIAL

MESSAGE PROGRAMMING and DEPARTMENT TABLE PROGRAMMING.

The following shows the key indications of the PK-2 for the character setting purpose.

Insert the template for this purpose between the film layers that cover the PK-2.

Instead of entering a 3- or 4-digit character code and depressing the [#] key on the ECR keyboard, a simple depression of the appropriate key on the PK-2 will be the character entry.

All the function keys such as [ ↑ ] , [ ↓ ] , [ → ] , [ ← ] , [Enter] must be operated on the ECR side. Any characters not listed on the template may be entered by the CHARACTER CODE ENTRY method on the ECR keyboard. (The characters even listed on the template may be entered as well by that method.)

The two-byte character declaration is the same as in the CHARACTER CODE ENTRY method.

7 8 9

4 5 6

! @ # $ % ¢ & * ( ) 0

q w e r t y u i o P ~ ^

a s d f g h j k l " _ +

z x c v b n m ' - =

Q W E R T Y U I O P [ ]

A S D F G H J K L ; : ,

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4.2 Character Entries

4.2.3 How to use the [History] key

The [History] key is used for performing character entries with the name previously entered.

Operation:

[History] ( [ ↓ ] ) [Enter]

1) The [History] key depression will let the most recently programmed name displayed on the LCD display.

2) The [ ↓ ] key depression will let the second most recently programmed name displayed. (Up to 10 programmed names will be displayed in reverse chronological order.)

3) The [Enter] key depression will allow the name on the LCD display to be entered.

Example of operation:

When “A LUNCH” for PLU1 and “B LUNCH” for PLU2 are programmed in the PLU name programming.

Key operation

1 [PLU]

[C]

401 [#]

[#]

412 [#]

505 [#]

414 [#]

403 [#]

408 [#]

[ST]

2 [PLU]

[C]

[History]

[Enter]

[Del]

402 [#]

[ST]

Description

PLU No.1 setting is declared.

The default setting displayed on the LCD display is deleted.

LCD display

PLU0001

The character A is entered.

A space is entered.

The character L is entered.

The character U is entered.

A

A

A L

A LU

The character N is entered.

The character C is entered.

The character H is entered.

The name of PLU No.1 is entered.

A LUN

A LUNC

A LUNCH

PLU No.2 setting is declared.

The default setting displayed on the LCD display is deleted.

PLU0002

The name of PLU No. 1 just entered is called.

The name of PLU No. 1 is entered.

The character A of “A LUNCH” is deleted.

The character B is entered instead of the deleted A.

The name of PLU No.2 is entered.

A LUNCH

A LUNCH

LUNCH

B LUNCH

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4.3 Condition Required for Programming Operations

4.3 Condition Required for Programming Operations

“CONDITION” is given at the top of each programming operation. The ECR must satisfy this condition to perform programming operations.

There are two types of conditions:

“Any time outside a sale”

It means that the programming operation is allowed when a sale is finalized before going into any other sale entry.

“After------ reset”

It means that the designated reset report must be taken before entering the programming operation.

And an error will result if the operation is attempted without taking the report. However, the words “After ...

Reset” do not necessarily mean “immediately after ...”.

When the designated reset report has already been taken and then some operations are performed in the SET , X , or Z mode, the condition “After ... Reset” is still satisfied and the programming operation is still allowed.

On the contrary, when the designated reset report has been taken but then some sales data relating to that report’s output data are entered in the REG , MGR , or mode, the programming operation will no longer be allowed and the same reset report must be taken.

Thus the condition “After ... Reset” indicates that all the sales data relating to the report data must be zero

(except non-resettable memory data). Because of this “CONDITION” requirement, the report data will be protected from any inconsistencies of sales data entered in the period from a resetting of the report to another resetting of the same report next time.

Programming operation Required condition

Time Setting or Adjustment

Date Setting or Adjustment

Commercial Message Programming

Footer Message Programming

Store Name Message Programming

Cashier Name and Status Programming

Department Name Programming

Department Group Name Programming

PLU Name Programming

Salesperson Name Programming

Department Table Programming

PLU Table Programming

Department Preset Price Setting or Changing

PLU Preset Price Setting or Changing

%+ and %- Preset Rate Setting

Foreign Currency Exchange Rate Setting

Any time outside a sale

Any time outside a sale

Any time outside a sale

Any time outside a sale

Any time outside a sale

Any time outside a sale

Any time outside a sale

Any time outside a sale

Any time outside a sale

Any time outside a sale

To change the positive/negative status:

After Department and PLU Daily and GT Resets

To change any other programmed data or to newly program departments:

Any time outside a sale

Any time outside a sale

Any time outside a sale

Any time outside a sale

Any time outside a sale

Any time outside a sale

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4.4 SET Mode Menu

4.4 SET Mode Menu

When performing a programming operation, a desired programming item is selected from the menu which is shown on the LCD display. Programming menu tree is as shown below.

Programming items indicated by boldface are described in this chapter.

1 MESSAGES

1 COMMERCIAL MESSAGE

2 FOOTER MESSAGE

3 STORE MESSAGE

2 NAMES

1 DP KEY NAME

2 DP GROUP NAME

3 CASHIER NAME

4 PLU (ITM NO.) NAME

5 SALESPERSON NAME

6 FINANCIAL ITM NAME

7 PRINT ITEM NAME

8 DISPLAY ITEM NAME

9 ERROR ITEM NAME

0 X/Z REPORT NAME

3 DP/PLU

1 DP

2 PLU

1 DP SETTING

2 UNIT PRICE

3 DIGIT LIMIT (PRICE)

4 KEY STICKER PRINT

1 PLU SETTING

2 UNIT PRICE

3 ASSIGN TO KEYBOARD

4 DELETE (INDIV)

5 DELETE (ALL)

4 RATE, LIMIT AMOUNT

5 BASIC

1 %- RATE (%-/%+)

2 VAT/TAX RATE

3 CUR EXCHANGE RATE

4 DISC AMT LIMIT

1 TIME

2 DATE

3 REGISTER NO.

4 HOURLY RANGE

5 KEY-IN TONE

6 OTHER

1 REPORT PRINT ITEM

2 SYSTEM OPTION

3 KEY FUNCTION

6 ROUND TBL 1 DIGIT

7 ROUND TBL 2 DIGIT

8 RTC PRINT BUFFER

9 SERIAL NO.

4 CASH KEY AMOUNT

5 DRW WARNING TIME

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4.5 Time Setting or Adjustment

CONDITION

OPERATION

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4.5 Time Setting or Adjustment

Main Menu

Depress [ ↓ ] four times then [Enter] . or

Depress [5] .

Depress [1] or [Enter] .

Input a 4-digit time value.

ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode.

“ 5 BASIC ” is selected.

“ 1 TIME ” is selected.

[End]

4-digiti-time value (HHMM) (See NOTE below.)

This setting is ended. A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

NOTE: If an hour value of more than 23 or a minute value of more than 59 is entered, the current data remains unchanged by setting or adjusting the time.

3) Example

To set time “1:15 p.m. (13:15)”

The cursor is moved on to “ 5 BASIC ”. When the ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode, depress the [ ↓ ] key four times.

Depress the [5] or [Enter] key.

Depress the [1] or [Enter] key.

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4.6 Date Setting or Adjustment

Input 1315 .

The [End] key depression allows the

ECR to end this setting.

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The time “13:15” is set.

A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

31-10-2005 MON #0

TIME

13:15TM

0034 13:15TM

4.6 Date Setting or Adjustment

CONDITION

OPERATION

Any time outside a sale

Mode

Main Menu

Depress [ ↓ ] four times then [Enter] . or

Depress [5] .

Depress [ ↓ ] then [Enter] . or

Depress [2] .

Input a 9-digit value.

ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode.

“ 5 BASIC ” is selected.

“ 2 DATE ” is selected.

9-digit value (Day-of-Week Code & DDMMYYYY)

[End]

This setting is ended. A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

NOTE: The date entry order may be Month-Day-Year or Year-Month-Day instead of Day-Month-Year if so selected in the program option. The “Day-Month-Year” is set as default.

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3) Example

To set Date “Monday 31 October, 2005”

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode, depress the [ ↓ ] key four times.

Depress the [5] or [Enter] key.

Depress the [ ↓ ] key.

Depress the [2] or [Enter] key.

Depress the [ ↓ ] key.

Input 131102005 .

The [End] key depression allows the

ECR to end this setting.

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The cursor is moved on to “ 5 BASIC ”.

The cursor is moved on to “ 2 DATE ”.

1 31 10 2005

31 October, 2005

Day-of Week Code: 1=Monday

A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

31-10-2005 MON #0

DATE

1 31-10-2005

0035 13:15TM

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4.7 Commercial Message Programming

4.7 Commercial Message Programming

A maximum of 96 characters of Commercial Message (32 characters x 3 lines) to be printed on the receipt is programmed here.

CONDITION

OPERATION

Tree

Any time outside a sale

Main Menu

Depress [1] or [Enter] .

Depress [1] or [Enter] .

“ 1 MESSAGES ” for various message programming is selected.

“ 1 COMMERCIAL MESSAGE ” is selected.

The message already programmed is displayed.

*

[Enter]

Input a message in the 1st line.

[Enter]

The ECR enters the 1st line message input mode

A maximum of 32 one-byte or 16 two-byte characters are input.

The 1st line message is entered and the programmed data is printed.

[Enter]

Input a message in the 2nd line.

[Enter]

The ECR enters the 2nd line message input mode

A maximum of 32 one-byte or 16 two-byte characters are input.

The 2nd line message is entered and the programmed data is printed.

[Enter]

Input a message in the 3rd line.

[Enter]

The ECR enters the 3rd line message input mode

A maximum of 32 one-byte or 16 two-byte characters are input.

The 3rd line message is entered and the programmed data is printed.

[End]

This programming is ended. A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

*: To program a message in a desired line, move the cursor there with the [ ↓ ] key then depress the [Enter] key.

NOTES:

1. For each line, a maximum of 32 one-byte characters or 16 two-byte characters can be entered. A combination of both types is also available.

2. If three blank lines are programmed for a commercial message, their portions on the receipt will be closed. If at least one line message is programmed, the other two lines will be blank.

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4.7 Commercial Message Programming

3) Example

To program the following Commercial Message.

O p e n 8 : 0 0 a m t o 7 : 0 0 p m

C l o s e d : e v e r y W e d n e s d a y

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode, depress the [1] or

[Enter] key.

Depress the [1] or [Enter] key.

Line No. 1

Line No. 2

Line No. 3

The message already programmed is displayed.

(To program a message in a desired line, move the cursor there with the [ ↓ ] key then depress the [Enter] key.)

While ? is shown on the upper-right corner of the LCD display screen, the [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the LCD display.

The [Enter] key depression allows the

ECR to enter the 1st line message input mode. (The [C] key depression clears the message already programmed.) The 1st line message is input.

Number of programmed characters

Number of programmable characters

The [Enter] key depression results in that the input message is entered and displayed.

Numbers of programmed characters and of programmable characters are displayed on the 7-segment numeric display.

Example of key operation)

[ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [O] [A/a] [p] [e] [n]

[ → ] [ → ] [3] [0] [8] [#] [3] [1] [0] [#] [3] [0]

[0] [#] [3] [0] [0] [#] [a] [m] [ → ] [t] [o] [ → ]

[3] [0] [7] [#] [3] [1] [0] [#] [3] [0] [0] [#] [3]

[0] [0] [#] [p] [m] [Enter]

When the [Enter] key is depressed, the message programmed in the 1st line is printed.

The [Enter] key depression allows the

ECR to enter the 2nd line message input mode. (The [C] key depression clears the message already programmed.) The 2nd line message is input.

Numbers of programmed characters and of programmable characters are displayed on the 7-segment numeric display.

Example of key operation)

[ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [C] [A/a] [l] [o] [s] [e] [d]

[3] [1] [0] [#] [ → ] [e] [v] [e] [r] [y] [ → ] [A/a]

[W] [A/a] [e] [d] [n] [e] [s] [d] [a] [y] [Enter]

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4.7 Commercial Message Programming

(continued from the previous page)

The [Enter] displayed.

The [Enter] key depression allows the

ECR to enter the 3rd line message input mode. (The [C] key depression clears the message already programmed.) The 3rd line message is input.

The [Enter] key depression results in that the input message is entered and displayed.

key depression results in that the input message is entered and

The [End] key depression allows the

ECR to end this programming.

NOTE: In the above example, characters except for alphabets are entered using the character code entry method.

When the [Enter] key is depressed, the message programmed in the 2nd line is printed.

Numbers of programmed characters and of programmable characters are displayed on the 7-segment numeric display.

Example of key operation)

[Enter] (No message was input in the 3rd line.)

When the [Enter] key is depressed, the message programmed in the 3rd line is printed.

A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

31-10-2005 MON #0

CM NAME

1

Open 8:0am to 7:00pm

2

Closed: every Wednesday

3

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

0026 18:10TM

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4.8 Footer Message Programming

4.8 Footer Message Programming

A maximum of 64 characters of Footer Message (32 characters x 2 lines) to be printed on the receipt is programmed here.

CONDITION

OPERATION

Tree

Any time outside a sale

*

Main Menu

Depress [1] or [Enter] .

Depress [ ↓ ] then [Enter] . or

Depress [2] .

[Enter]

Input a message in the 1st line.

“ 1 MESSAGES ” for various message programming is selected.

“ 2 FOOTER MESSAGE ” is selected.

The message already programmed is displayed.

The ECR enters the 1st line message input mode

A maximum of 32 one-byte or 16 two-byte characters are input.

[Enter]

The 1st line message is entered and the programmed data is printed.

[Enter]

Input a message in the 2nd line.

The ECR enters the 2nd line message input mode

A maximum of 32 one-byte or 16 two-byte characters are input.

[Enter] The 2nd line message is entered and the programmed data is printed.

[End] This programming is ended. A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

*: To program a message in a desired line, move the cursor there with the [ ↓ ] key then depress the [Enter] key.

NOTES:

1. For each line, a maximum of 32 one-byte characters or 16 two-byte characters can be entered. A combination of both types is also available.

2. Print format for each specification is as shown below.

(Space)

Cashier Name, Consecutive No., Time

Footer Message

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4.8 Footer Message Programming

3) Example:

To program the following Footer Message.

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode, depress the [1] or

[Enter] key.

Depress the [ ↓ ] key.

Line No. 1

The cursor is moved on to “ 2 FOOTER

MESSAGE ”.

Depress the [2] or [Enter] key.

The message already programmed is displayed.

While ? is shown on the upper-right corner of the LCD display screen, the [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the LCD display.

The [Enter] key depression allows the

ECR to enter the 1st line message input mode. (The [C] key depression clears the message already programmed) The 1st line message is input.

(To program a message in a desired line, move the cursor there with the [ ↓ ] key then depress the [Enter] key.)

The [Enter] key depression results in that the input message is entered and displayed.

Number of programmed characters

Number of programmable characters

The [Enter] key depression allows the

ECR to enter the 2nd line message input mode. (The [C] key depression clears the message already programmed.) The 2nd line message is input.

Numbers of programmed characters and of programmable characters are displayed on the 7-segment numeric display.

Example of key operation)

[ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [T] [A/a] [h] [a] [n]

[k] [ → ] [A/a] [Y] [A/a] [o] [u] [Enter]

When the [Enter] key is depressed, the message programmed in the 1st line is printed.

Numbers of programmed characters and of programmable characters are displayed on the 7-segment numeric display.

Example of key operation)

[ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ]

[ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [C] [A/a] [a] [l] [l]

[ → ] [a] [g] [a] [i] [n] [Enter]

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4.8 Footer Message Programming

(continued from the previous page)

The [Enter] key depression results in that the input message is entered and displayed.

The [End] key depression allows the

ECR to end this programming.

NOTE: In the above example, characters except for alphabets are entered using the character code entry method.

When the [Enter] key is depressed, the message programmed in the 2nd line is printed.

A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

TEC STORE

1343 PEACH DRIVE

PHONE: 87-6437

Open 8:0am to 7:00pm

Closed: every Wednesday

31-10-2005 MON #0

FOOTER NAME

1

Thank You

2

Call again

0027 18:18TM

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4.9 Store Name Message Programming

4.9 Store Name Message Programming

A maximum of 128 characters of Store Name Message (32 characters x 4 lines) to be printed on the receipt is programmed here. This programming is possible only when the store message specification has been selected by the program option, however, it is not possible when the logo message has been selected.

CONDITION

OPERATION

Tree

Any time outside a sale

*

Main Menu

Depress [1] or [Enter] .

Depress [ ↓ ] twice then [Enter] . or

Depress [3] .

[Enter]

Input a message in the 1st line.

[Enter]

[Enter]

Input a message in the 2nd line.

[Enter]

[Enter]

Input a message in the 3rd line.

[Enter]

[Enter]

Input a message in the 4th line.

[Enter]

[End]

“ 1 MESSAGES ” for various message programming is selected.

“ 3 STORE MESSAGE ” is selected.

The message already programmed is displayed.

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The ECR enters the 1st line message input mode

A maximum of 32 one-byte or 16 two-byte characters are input.

The 1st line message is entered and the programmed data is printed.

The ECR enters the 2nd line message input mode

A maximum of 32 one-byte or 16 two-byte characters are input.

The 2nd line message is entered and the programmed data is printed.

The ECR enters the 3rd line message input mode

A maximum of 32 one-byte or 16 two-byte characters are input.

The 3rd line message is entered and the programmed data is printed.

The ECR enters the 4th line message input mode

A maximum of 32 one-byte or 16 two-byte characters are input.

The 4th line message is entered and the programmed data is printed.

This programming is ended. A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

*: To program a message in a desired line, move the cursor there with the [ ↓ ] key then depress the [Enter] key.

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4.9 Store Name Message Programming

NOTES:

1. For each line, a maximum of 32 one-byte characters or 16 two-byte characters can be entered. A combination of both types is also available.

2. When blanks are entered for the whole one line, it results in one line feed.

3. When the store name message specification has been selected, the 4-line range assigned for the store name message is either printed or fed, regardless of any system option selection.

4. Print format for each specification is as shown below.

1) Store Name Logo specification

When Commercial Message is SET When Commercial Message is RESET

(Space)

(Space)

Store Name Logo

Commercial Message

Date, Register No.

Description

(Space)

Store Name Logo

Date, Register No.

Description

2) Store Name Message specification

When Commercial Message is SET When Commercial Message is RESET

(Space)

(Space)

Store Name Message

Commercial Message

Date, Register No.

(Space)

(Space)

Store Name Message

Date, Register No.

Description

Description

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4.9 Store Name Message Programming

3) Example

To program the following Store Message.

T E C S T O R E

1 3 4 3 P E A C H D R I V E

P H O N E : 8 7 - 6 4 3 7

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode, depress the [1] or

[Enter] key.

Depress the [ ↓ ] key twice.

Line No. 1

Line No. 2

Line No. 3

Line No. 4

The cursor is moved on to “ 3 STORE

MESSAGE ”.

Depress the [3] or [Enter] key.

The message already programmed is displayed.

While ? is shown on the upper-right corner of the LCD display screen, the [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the LCD display.

The [Enter] key depression allows the

ECR to enter the 1st line message input mode. ( A is shown on the upper-right corner of the LCD display screen.) The 1st line message is input.

Number of programmed characters

Number of programmable characters

The [Enter] key depression results in that the input message is entered and displayed.

The [Enter] key depression allows the

ECR to enter the 2nd line message input mode. ( A is shown on the upper-right corner of the LCD display screen.) The 2nd line message is input.

To program a message in a desired line, move the cursor there with the [ ↓ ] key then depress the [Enter] key.

Numbers of programmed characters and of programmable characters are displayed on the 7-segment numeric display.

When the [Enter] key is depressed, the message programmed in the 1st line is printed.

Example of key operation)

[ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ][ → ] [Dbl] [T] [E]

[C] [ → ] [S] [T] [O] [R] [E] [Enter]

Numbers of programmed characters and of programmable characters are displayed on the 7-segment numeric display.

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4.9 Store Name Message Programming

(continued from the previous page)

The [Enter] key depression results in that the input message is entered and displayed.

When the [Enter] key is depressed, the message programmed in the 2nd line is printed.

Example of key operation)

[ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [3] [0] [1] [#]

[3] [0] [3] [#] [3] [0] [4] [#] [3] [0] [3] [#] [ → ]

[P] [E] [A] [C] [H] [ → ] [D] [R] [I] [V] [E]

[Enter]

Numbers of programmed characters and of programmable characters are displayed on the 7-segment numeric display.

The [Enter] key depression allows the

ECR to enter the 3rd line message input mode. ( A is shown on the upper-right corner of the LCD display screen.) The 3rd line message is input.

The [Enter] key depression results in that the input message is entered and displayed.

The [Enter] key depression allows the

ECR to enter the 4th line message input mode. ( A is shown on the upper-right corner of the LCD display screen.) The 4th line message is input.

The [Enter] key depression results in that the input message is entered and displayed.

The [End] key depression allows the

ECR to end this programming.

NOTE: In the above example, characters except for alphabets are entered using the character code entry method.

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When the [Enter] key is depressed, the message programmed in the 3rd line is printed.

Example of key operation)

[ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ] [ → ][ → ] [P] [H] [O]

[N] [E] [3] [1] [0] [#] [ → ] [3] [0] [8] [#] [3] [0]

[7] [#] [2] [1] [3] [#] [3] [0] [6] [#] [3] [0] [4]

[#] [3] [0] [3] [#] [3] [0] [7] [#] [Enter]

Numbers of programmed characters and of programmable characters are displayed on the 7-segment numeric display.

When the [Enter] key is depressed, the message programmed in the 4th line is printed.

Example of key operation)

[Enter] (No message is input.)

A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

31-10-2005 MON #0

STORE NAME

1

TEC STORE

2

1343 PEACH DRIVE

3

PHONE: 87-6437

4

0017 16:59TM

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4.10 Cashier Name and Status Programming

Cashier Name and Cashier Status for each cashier can be programmed here.

CONDITION Any time outside a sale

OPERATION

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4.10 Cashier Name and Status Programming

2) Operation

Main Menu

Depress [ ↓ ] then [Enter] . or

Depress [2] .

[Enter]

Depress [ ↓ ] twice then [Enter] . or

Depress [3] .

[Enter]

Select a cashier to be programmed with the [ ↑ ] or [ ↓ ] key, then depress [Enter] .

[Enter]

Input a cashier name

[Enter]

[Enter]

Select a cashier status with the [ ↑ ] or

[ ↓ ] key, then depress the [ → ] key to set/reset the status.

[Enter]

[End]

ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode.

“ 2 NAMES ” for various name programming is selected.

“ 3 CASHIER NAME ” is selected.

The cashier name already programmed is displayed.

The [Enter] key depression allows the ECR to enter the programming mode for a desired cashier. (Cashiers 1 to 8 are programmable.)

The ECR enters the cashier name input mode

A maximum of 12 one-byte or 6 two-byte characters are input.

The cashier name is entered and displayed.

The ECR enters the cashier status input mode

The two statuses below are set/reset. (N: Reset, Y: Set)

01 Training

02 All MDR

The programmed data is printed.

This programming is ended. A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

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NOTES:

1. Cashiers 1 to 8 are programmed with the names “1CL” to “8CL” as default setting.

2. For the name of each cashier, a maximum of 12 one-byte or 6 two-byte characters can be entered. A combination of both types is also available.

3. Training entry status is available for every cashier.

4. Prior to the change of cashier status (Normal cashier → Training cashier, or Training cashier → Normal

Cashier), daily reports and GT reports of this cashier should be taken.

3) Example

To program the following cashier data.

Cashier 1: JONES (cashier name), Training Cashier (status)

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode, depress the [ ↓ ] key.

The cursor is moved on to “ 2 NAMES ”.

Depress the [2] or [Enter] key.

Depress the

Depress the

[ ↓

[3]

] key twice.

or [Enter] key.

The cursor is moved on to “ 3 CASHIER

NAME ”.

The cashier name already programmed is displayed.

The [Enter] key depression allows the

ECR to enter Cashier 1 programming mode menu.

(To program a desired cashier, select the cashier with the [ ↓ ] key then depress the [Enter] key.

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While ? is shown on the upper-right corner of the LCD display screen, the [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the LCD display.

While ? is shown on the upper-right corner of the LCD display screen, the [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the LCD display.

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4.10 Cashier Name and Status Programming

(continued from the previous page)

The [Enter] key depression allows the

ECR to enter the cashier 1 name input mode. (The [C] key depression clears the cashier name already programmed.) The cashier 1 name is input.

Number of programmed characters

Number of programmable characters

The [Enter] key depression results in that the input name is entered and displayed.

Numbers of programmed characters and of programmable characters are displayed on the 7-segment numeric display.

Example of key operation)

[J] [O] [N] [E] [S] [Enter]

The [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the

LCD display.

The next [Enter] key depression allows the ECR to enter the cashier 1 status input mode.

The [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the

LCD display.

Select the status of 01 TRAINING with the [ → ] key.

The that the Cashier 1 programming data is entered.

The

[Enter]

[End]

key depression results in

key depression allows the

ECR to end this programming.

When the [Enter] key is depressed, the programmed data is printed.

A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

31-10-2005 MON #0

CASHIER

01

#01 JONES

#02 1

8

0028 18:22TM

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4.11 Department Name Programming

A maximum of 16 characters of department name is programmed here.

CONDITION Any time outside a sale

OPERATION

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4.11 Department Name Programming

Main Menu

Depress [ ↓ ] then [Enter] . or

Depress [2] .

Depress [2] or [Enter] key.

Select a department of which name is to be programmed with the [ ↑ ] or [ ↓ ] key.

[Enter]

Input a department name.

ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode

“ 2 NAMES ” for various name programming is selected.

“ 1 DP KEY NAME ” is selected.

The department name already programmed is displayed.

The ECR enters department name input mode.

A maximum of 16 one-byte or 8 two-byte characters are input.

[Enter]

The department name is entered and printed.

[End]

This programming is ended. A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

NOTE: A maximum of 16 one-byte characters or 8 two-byte characters can be entered. A combination of both types is also available.

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3) Example

To program “FOOD” as the name of Department 01

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode, depress the [ ↓ ] key.

Depress the [2] or [Enter] key.

Depress the [1] or [Enter] key.

Depress the [Enter] key.

(Department 01 is selected.)

The [C] key depression clears the department name already programmed.

Input a desired name.

The [Enter] key depression results in that the input name is entered and displayed.

The [End] key depression allows the

ECR to end this programming.

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The cursor is moved on to “ 2 NAMES ”.

“ 1 DP KEY NAME ” is selected.

When programming a name of another department, move the cursor on to a desired department with the [ ↓ ] or [ ↑ ] key, then depress the [Enter] key.

The department name already programmed is displayed.

Numbers of programmed characters and of programmable characters are displayed on the 7-segment numeric display.

Example of key operation)

[F] [O] [O] [D] [Enter]

When the [Enter] key is depressed, the programmed data is printed.

A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

31-10-2005 MON #0

DP NAME

01 FOOD

0031 18:29TM

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4.12 Department Group Name Programming

In this operation, the name of each Group is programmed. Which Departments are linked to each Group has already been set in the DEPARTMENT TABLE PROGRAMMING operation.

CONDITION

OPERATION

Any time outside a sale

Main Menu

Depress [ ↓ ] then [Enter] . or

Depress [2] .

Depress [ ↓ ] then [Enter] . or

Depress [2] .

Select a department group of which name is to be programmed with the [ ↑ ] or [ ↓ ] key.

[Enter]

Input a department group name.

[Enter]

ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode.

“ 2 Names ” is selected.

“ 2 DP GROUP NAME ” is selected.

The department group name already programmed is displayed.

The ECR enters department group name input mode.

A maximum of 12 one-byte or 6 two-byte characters are input.

The department group name is entered and printed.

[End]

This programming is ended. A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

NOTES: 1. A maximum of 15 department groups can be set.

2. A maximum of 12 one-byte characters or 6 two-byte characters can be entered. A combination of both types is also available.

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3) Example

To program the following name on Department Group 1:

Group 1 F R E S H

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode, depress the [ ↓ ] key.

The cursor is moved on to “ 2 NAMES ”.

Depress the [2] or [Enter] key.

Depress the

Depress the

[ ↓

[2]

] key.

or [Enter] key.

The cursor is moved on to “ 2 DP GROUP

NAME ”.

Depress the [Enter] key.

(Department Group 1 is selected.)

The [C] key depression clears the department group name already programmed.

Input a desired name.

The that the input name is entered and displayed.

The

[Enter]

[End]

key depression results in

key depression allows the

ECR to end this programming.

When programming a name of another department group, move the cursor on to a desired one with the [ ↓ ] or [ ↑ ] key, then depress the [Enter] key.

The department group name already programmed is displayed.

Numbers of programmed characters and of programmable characters are displayed on the 7-segment numeric display.

Example of key operation)

[Dbl] [F] [R] [E] [S] [H] [Enter]

When the [Enter] key is depressed, the programmed data is printed.

A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

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4.13 PLU Name Programming

A maximum of 16 characters of PLU name is programmed here.

CONDITION Any time outside a sale

OPERATION

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GROUP

01 FRESH

0036 13:16TM

Main Menu

Depress [ ↓ ] then [Enter] . or

Depress [2] .

Depress the [ ↓ ] key three times then

[Enter] . or

Depress [4] .

Select a PLU of which name is to be programmed with the [ ↑ ] or [ ↓ ] key.

[Enter]

Input a PLU name.

[Enter]

ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode.

“ 2 NAMES ” for various name programming is selected.

“ 4 PLU (ITEM NO.) NAME ” is selected.

The PLU name already programmed is displayed.

The ECR enters PLU name input mode.

A maximum of 16 one-byte or 8 two-byte characters are input.

The PLU name is entered and printed.

[End]

This programming is ended. A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen .

NOTE: A maximum of 16 one-byte characters or 8 two-byte characters can be entered. A combination of both types is also available.

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3) Example

To program “Tomato” as the name of PLU Code No. 0001

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode, depress the [ ↓ ] key.

Depress the [2] or [Enter] key.

Depress the

Depress the

Depress the

The [C]

[Enter] key.

(PLU Code No. 0001 is selected.)

key depression clears the PLU name already programmed.

Input a desired name.

The

[ ↓

[4]

] key three times.

or [Enter] key. that the input name is entered and displayed.

The

[Enter]

[End]

key depression results in

key depression allows the

ECR to end this programming.

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The cursor is moved on to “ 2 NAMES ”.

The cursor is moved on to “ 4 PLU (ITM NO.)

NAME ”.

“ 4 PLU (ITM NO.) NAME ” is selected.

When programming a name of another PLU, move the cursor on to a desired PLU with the

[ ↓ ] or [ ↑ ] key, then depress the [Enter] key.

The PLU name already programmed is displayed.

Numbers of programmed characters and of programmable characters are displayed on the 7-segment numeric display.

Example of key operation)

[T] [A/a] [O] [M] [A] [T] [O] [Enter]

When the [Enter] key is depressed, the programmed data is printed.

A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

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4.14 Salesperson Name Programming

4.14 Salesperson Name Programming

31-10-2005 MON #0

PLU NAME

0001 Tomato

0033 18:33TM

By programming Salesperson here, the name of each salesperson can be programmed in a maximum of 12 characters.

CONDITION

OPERATION

Any time outside a sale

Mode

Tree

2) Operation

Main Menu

Depress [ ↓ ] then [Enter] . or

Depress [2] .

Depress the [ ↓ ] key four times then

[Enter] key. or

Depress [5] .

Select a salesperson of which name is to be programmed with the [ ↑ ] or [ ↓ ] key.

[Enter]

Input a salesperson name.

[Enter]

ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode.

“ 2 NAMES ” is selected.

“ 5 SALESPERSON NAME ” is selected.

The salesperson name already programmed is displayed.

The ECR enters salesperson name input mode.

A maximum of 12 one-byte or 6 two-byte characters are input.

The salesperson name is entered and printed.

[End]

This programming is ended. A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

NOTES: 1. A maximum of 30 salesperson names can be set. The salesperson codes 1 to 30 are fixed.

2. A maximum of 12 one-byte characters or 6 two-byte characters can be entered. A combination of both types is also available.

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3) Example

To program “White” on Salesperson Code 01:

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode, depress the [ ↓ ] key.

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4.14 Salesperson Name Programming

The cursor is moved on to “ 2 NAMES ”.

Depress the [2] or [Enter] key.

Depress the [ ↓ ] key four times.

The cursor is moved on to

” 5 SALESPERSON NAME ”.

Depress the [5] or [Enter] key.

Depress the [Enter] key.

(Salesperson 01 is selected.)

While ? is shown on the upper-right corner of the LCD display screen, the [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the LCD display.

The [C] key depression clears the salesperson name already programmed.

The salesperson name already programmed is displayed.

Input a desired name.

The [Enter] key depression results in that the input name is entered and displayed.

(continued on the next page)

Numbers of programmed characters and of programmable characters are displayed on the 7-segment numeric display.

Example of key operation)

[W] [A/a] [h] [I] [t] [e] [Enter]

When the [Enter] key is depressed, the programmed data is printed.

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(continued from the previous page)

The [End] key depression allows the

ECR to end this programming.

A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

4.15 Department Table Programming

31-10-2005 MON #0

SALES PERSON

01 White

0037 13:17TM

For each department, memory opening, and department various statuses settings are performed here.

CONDITION To change the positive/negative status:

After Department and PLU Daily and GT Resets

To change any other programmed data or to newly program departments:

Any time outside a sale

OPERATION

Tree

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2) Operation

Main Menu

Depress [ ↓ ] twice then [Enter] . or

Depress [3] .

Depress [1] or [Enter] key.

Depress [1] or [Enter] key.

Select a department to be programmed with the [ ↑ ] or [ ↓ ] key, then depress

[Enter] .

[Enter]

Input a Group No. (01 to15), then depress [Enter] .

Input a preset price, then depress

[Enter] .

Select a department status with the [ ↑ ] or [ ↓ ] key, then depress the [ → ] key to set/reset the status. After that, depress

[Enter] .

Input a VAT/Add-on tax status code

(max. 8 digits), then depress [Enter] .

Input a High Amount Limit (max. 7 digits), then depress [Enter] .

Input a Low Amount Limit (max. 7 digits), then depress [Enter] .

Input a Gross Profit Rate (0.01 to

100.00%), then depress [Enter] .

[End]

ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode

“ 3 DP/PLU ” for Department/PLU table programming is selected.

“ 1 DP ” is selected.

“ 1 DP SETTING ” is selected.

A department to be programmed is selected.

The ECR enters detailed setting mode for department.

Department Group No. Setting (See *1.)

Preset Price Setting (See *2.)

Department Status Setting (See *3.)

VAT/Add-on Tax Status Setting (See *4.)

High Amount Limit Setting (See *5.)

Low Amount Limit Setting (See *6.)

Gross Profit Rate Setting (See *7.)

This programming is ended. A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

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4.15 Department Table Programming

*1: Department Group No.

• Input a department group code (2 digits: 01 to 15), then depress the [Enter] key.

• To cancel a department group, input 0 then depress the [Enter] key.

• All departments can be programmed in a group. Negative departments are added to the group total.

*2: Preset Price

• For a preset department (preset-price department), enter a maximum of 6-digit price, and depress the

[Enter] key.

1 to 999999 (result: 0,01 to 9999,99)

• A zero-price (0,00) may be preset by entering 0 in the above operation.

• When no numeric is entered and the [Enter] key is simply depressed, the department will be an open department (open-price department).

*3: Department Status

• The status ON or OFF is selected with the [ ← ] and [ → ] keys.

• The status change between positive and negative should be performed after performing a department/PLU daily and GT resets.

• The following shows each department status.

Status

Code

Item

Selective Status

ON (Y) OFF (N)

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Single-item or Itemized Receipt

-- vacant --

Positive or Negative Department

-- vacant --

-- vacant --

-- vacant --

-- vacant --

-- vacant --

Single-item

Negative

Itemized

Positive

*4: VAT or Add-on Tax Status

The Tax Type should be selected from either “VAT” or “ADD-ON TAX” by the program option.

• Enter one- to eight-digit Status Codes for applicable VAT or Add-on Tax.

[Enter]

VAT or Add-on Status Type

0: Non-VAT or Non-taxable

1: VAT 1 or Tax 1

2: VAT 2 or Tax 2

3: VAT 3 or Tax 3

4: VAT 4 or Tax 4

5: VAT 5 or Tax 5

6: VAT 6 or Tax 6

(More than one code can be entered for combining Tax1 to Tax8 taxable status.

For example, enter 12 to select VAT 1 and VAT

2 (or Tax 1 and Tax 2) taxable status.)

7: VAT 7 or Tax 7

8: VAT 8 or Tax 8

• A combination of VAT and Add-on tax statuses is not possible.

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*5: High Amount Limit

• Enter a maximum of 7 digits to be set as the high amount to be locked out.

Example) To prohibit any amount equal to or larger than 40,00:

4000

(Allows any amount equal to or smaller than 39,99.)

NOTES:

1. To cancel the preset limit (i.e. to allow any amount), input 0.

2. The limit amount set here will be applied to entries in REG mode only, but not in MGR or - mode.

3. Zeros must be entered as all the digits other than the highest digit. If any other value is entered, it will be regarded as a zero.

Example) Entering 4001 to 4999 will all result in setting 4000.

*6: Low Amount Limit

• Enter a maximum of 7 digits to be set as the low amount limit.

Example) To prohibit any amount less than 4,00:

400

(Prohibits any amount less than 4,00.)

NOTES:

1. To cancel the preset limit (i.e. to allow any amount), input 0.

2. The limit amount set here will be applied to entries in REG mode only, but not in MGR or - mode.

3. Zeros must be entered as all the digits other than the highest digit. If any other value is entered, it will be regarded as a zero.

Example) Entering 401 to 499 will all result in setting 400.

*7: Gross Profit Rate

• Enter the gross profit rate of the department in a maximum of 3 integer digits and 2 decimal digits.

[Enter]

0 to 100 (%) or [ • ]

0,01 to 99,99 (%)

[Enter]

• The calculated gross profit will be outputted to the DEPARTMENT GROSS PROFIT REPORT.

• The fraction resulted from the profit calculation will be discarded.

• To cancel the gross profit rate once set, input 0 in place of a specific rate before [Enter] . The department whose gross profit rate has thus been cancelled will not be outputted in the GROSS PROFIT

REPORT.

3) Example

To program the following Department Data

Department Code:

Department Group No.:

Preset Price:

Department Status:

Tax Status:

01

01

Open

Single-item

VAT 1 and VAT 2

HALO: €40,00

LALO: €4,00

Gross Profit Rate: 10,00%

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode, depress the [ ↓ ] key twice.

(continued on the next page)

The cursor is moved on to “ 3 DP/PLU ”.

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Depress the

Depress the

Depress the

Depress the

[3]

[1]

[1]

or

or

or

[Enter]

[Enter]

[Enter]

[Enter]

Department 01.

key.

key.

key.

key to select

Input 01 (or 1 ), then depress the

[Enter] key.

(Department Group No. 01 is set.)

(continued from the previous page)

“ 1 DP ” is selected.

“ 1 DP SETTINGS ” is selected.

The [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the

LCD display.

The [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the

LCD display.

Depress the

The [Enter]

[Enter] key.

(The open-price is set.)

key depression allows the

ECR to enter Department Status setting menu.

The [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the

LCD display.

The [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the

LCD display.

(continued on the next page)

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(continued from the previous page)

Move the cursor on to a desired status setting with the [ ↓ ] or [ ↑ ] key.

The [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the

LCD display.

Depress the key. selected.)

[ → ] key then the [Enter]

(The status of SINGLE-ITEM DP is

Input 12 , then depress the [Enter] key.

(VAT/Add-on tax statuses 1 and 2 are set.)

The [ → ] key depression results in that the status is changed from N to Y .

The [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the

LCD display.

Input key.

(High amount limit €40,00 is set.)

Input key.

4000

400

, then depress the

, then depress the

[Enter]

[Enter]

(Low amount limit €4,00 is set.)

The [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the

LCD display.

The [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the

LCD display.

Input 10 , then depress the [Enter]

(Gross Profit Rate 10% is set.)

key. The [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the

LCD display.

(continued on the next page)

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(continued from the previous page)

Depress the [Rtn] key.

The display returns to the Department

Setting screen. Move the cursor on to a desired department with the [ ↓ ] or [ ↑ ] key, then depress the [Enter] key.

The [End] key depression allows the

ECR to end this programming.

A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

4.16 PLU Table Programming

31-10-2005 MON #0

DP

01 DP01

#01 01

#02

#03 0

#04 12

#05 40,00

#06 4,00

#07 10%

0029 18:24TM

This Programming can be operated when new PLU items are to be added, PLU program data is to be changed, or PLUs are to be deleted.

4.16.1 Programming or Changing

CONDITION

OPERATION

Any time outside a sale

Mode

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2) Operation

Main Menu

Depress [ ↓ ] twice then [Enter] . or

Depress [3] .

Depress [ ↓ ] then [Enter] . or

Depress [2] .

Depress [1] or [Enter] key.

Input a PLU Code.

[PLU]

Input a linked department code (01 to

40), then depress [Enter] .

Input a preset price (max. 6 digits: 1 to

999999), then depress [Enter] .

(result: 0,01 to 9999,99)

Input a 2nd preset price (max. 6 digits:

1 to 999999), then depress [Enter] .

(result: 0,01 to 9999,99)

Input a 3rd preset price (max. 6 digits: 1 to 999999), then depress [Enter] .

(result: 0,01 to 9999,99)

Input a VAT/Add-on tax status code

(max. 8 digits), then depress [Enter] .

ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode.

“ 3 DP/PLU ” for Department/PLU table programming is selected.

“ 2 PLU ” is selected.

“ 1 PLU SETTING ” is selected.

Max. 4 digits: 1 to 9999

The ECR enters detailed setting mode for PLU.

Link Department No. Setting (See *1.)

Preset Price Setting (See *2.)

2nd Preset Price Setting (See *3.)

3rd Preset Price Setting (See *4.)

VAT/Add-on Tax Status Setting (See *5.)

[PLU]

The next PLU code (i.e. the currently programmed PLU code plus

1) is displayed.

[End]

This programming is ended. A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

NOTES:

1. A maximum of 1,000 PLUs are programmable.

2 If a PLU is linked to a negative Department, the PLU is automatically set as negative PLU.

3. The [PLU] key here indicates the key labelled simply as “PLU” but not any PLU Preset-code Keys.

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4.16 PLU Table Programming

*1: Linked Department Code

• Enter the 2-digit code of the department to which the PLU is linked. When the PLU is newly programmed, this entry is compulsory (an error will result if this entry is skipped.)

[Enter]

1 to 40

*2: Preset Price

• For a preset PLU (preset-price PLU), enter a maximum of 6-digit price, and depress the [Enter] key.

1 to 999999 (result: 0,01 to 9999,99)

• A zero-price (0,00) may be preset by entering 0 in the above operation.

• When no numeric is entered and the [Enter] key is simply depressed, the PLU will be an open PLU

(open-price PLU).

*3: 2nd Preset Price

• For a preset PLU (preset-price PLU), enter a maximum of 6-digit price, and depress the [Enter] key.

1 to 999999 (result: 0,01 to 9999,99)

• A zero-price (0,00) may be preset by entering 0 in the above operation.

• If 2nd Preset Price entry is skipped, 1st preset price will be automatically programmed as the 2nd preset price.

*4: 3rd Preset Price

• For a preset PLU (preset-price PLU), enter a maximum of 6-digit price, and depress the [Enter] key.

1 to 999999 (result: 0,01 to 9999,99)

• A zero-price (0,00) may be preset by entering 0 in the above operation.

• If 3rd Preset Price entry is skipped, 1st preset price will be automatically programmed as the 3rd preset price.

*5: VAT or Add-on Tax Status

The Tax Type should be selected from either “VAT” or “ADD-ON TAX” by the program option.

• Enter one- to eight-digit Status Codes for applicable VAT or Add-on Tax.

[Enter]

VAT or Add-on Status Type

0: Non-VAT or Non-taxable

1: VAT 1 or Tax 1

2: VAT 2 or Tax 2

3: VAT 3 or Tax 3

4: VAT 4 or Tax 4

5: VAT 5 or Tax 5

6: VAT 6 or Tax 6

7: VAT 7 or Tax 7

8: VAT 8 or Tax 8

(More than one code can be entered for combining Tax1 to Tax8 taxable status.

For example, enter 12 to select VAT 1 and VAT

2 (or Tax 1 and Tax 2) taxable status.)

• A combination of VAT and Add-on tax statuses is not possible.

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4.16 PLU Table Programming

3) Example

To program the following PLU data:

PLU Code:

Linked Department:

Preset Price:

2nd Preset Price:

3rd Preset Price:

Tax Status:

0010

Department 1

€1,00

€1,20

€1,50

12 (VAT 1 and VAT2)

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode, depress the [ ↓ ] key twice.

Depress the [3] or [Enter] key.

The cursor is moved on to “ 3 DP/PLU ”.

Depress the [ ↓ ] key.

Depress the [1] or [Enter] key. “ 2 PLU ” is selected.

Depress the [1] or [Enter] key. “ 1 PLU SETTING ” is selected.

Input

[PLU]

0010

key.

(or

(PLU Code 0010 is set.)

[Enter] key.

10 ), then depress the

Input 01 (or 1 ), then depress the

(Linked Department 1 is set.)

PLU Code: Max. 4 digits (1 to 9999)

The [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the

LCD display.

(continued on the next page)

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Input 100 , then depress the [Enter] key.

(Preset Price €1,00 is set.)

Input 120 , then depress the [Enter] key.

(2nd Preset Price €1,20 is set.)

(continued from the previous page)

The [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the

LCD display.

The [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the

LCD display.

Input key.

150 , then depress the [Enter]

(3rd Preset Price €1,50 is set.)

The [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the

LCD display.

Input 12 , then depress the [Enter] key.

(VAT/Add-on tax statuses 1 and 2 are set.)

The [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the

LCD display.

The

The

[PLU] the programming for PLU code 0010.

(Addition of new PLUs and changes of current PLUs can be performed.)

[End]

key depression completes

key depression allows the

ECR to end this programming.

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When the [PLU] key is depressed, the next

PLU code (i.e. the currently programmed

PLU code plus 1) is displayed here.

A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

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PLU

0010 PLU0010

#01 01

#02 1,00@

#03 1,20@

#04 1,50@

#05 12

0001

0032 18:30TM

4. PROGRAMMING OPERATIONS

4.16.2 Deletion

CONDITION

OPERATION

To delete a PLU with sales data of zero: Any time outside a sale

To delete a PLU with sales data of not zero: After PLU Reset

Individual PLU Deletion: The programmed PLU data is deleted individually.

Tree

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2) Operation

Main Menu

Depress [ ↓ ] twice then [Enter] . or

Depress [3] .

Depress [ ↓ ] then [Enter] . or

Depress [2] .

Depress [ ↓ ] three times then [Enter] . or

Depress [4] .

Input a PLU Code to be deleted.

[PLU]

[End]

ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode.

“ 3 DP/PLU ” for Department/PLU table programming is selected.

“ 2 PLU ” is selected.

“ 4 DELETE (INDIV) ” is selected.

Max. 4 digits: 1 to 9999

The specified PLU is deleted.

This operation is ended. A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

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3) Example

To delete PLU No. 0501 (Tuna Can) that was once programmed.

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode, depress the [ ↓ ] key twice.

Depress the [3] or [Enter] key.

The cursor is moved on to “ 3 DP/PLU ”.

Depress the [ ↓ ] key.

Depress the [1] or [Enter] key. “ 2 PLU ” is selected.

Depress the

Depress the

[ ↓

[4]

] key three times.

or [Enter] key.

The cursor is moved on to “ 4 DELETE

(INDIV) ”.

“ 4 DELETE (INDIV) ” is selected.

Input

[PLU]

(PLU Code 0501 is specified.)

The

0501

key.

[End]

(or 501 ), then depress the

key depression allows the

ECR to end this programming.

PLU Code: Max. 4 digits (1 to 9999)

A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

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All PLU Deletion: The programmed PLU data is deleted entirely.

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2) Operation

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode, depress the [ ↓ ] key twice.

Depress the [3] or [Enter] key.

Depress the [ ↓ ] key.

Depress the [1] or [Enter] key.

Depress the [ ↓ ] key four times.

Depress the [5] or [Enter] key.

Depress the [ALL VOID] key.

The [End] key depression allows the

ECR to end this programming.

The cursor is moved on to “ 3 DP/PLU ”.

“ 2 PLU ” is selected.

The cursor is moved on to “ 5 DELETE

(ALL) ”.

“ 5 DELETE (ALL) ” is selected.

The entire programmed PLU data is deleted, then the following message is displayed.

A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

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4.17 Department Preset Price Setting or Changing

4.17 Department Preset Price Setting or Changing

The preset price of each department may be set in the DEPARTMENT TABLE PROGRAMMING already described. However, in setting or changing the price only but not other programmed data, the following operation will be more convenient.

CONDITION Any time outside a sale

OPERATION

Flowchart

Main Menu

Depress [ ↓ ] twice then [Enter] . or

Depress [3] .

Depress [1] or [Enter] key.

Depress [ ↓ ] then [Enter] . or

Depress [2] .

Select a department of which unit price is to be preset with the [ ↑ ] or [ ↓ ] key.

Input a unit price value.

[Enter]

ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode.

“ 3 DP/PLU ” for Department/PLU table programming is selected.

“ 1 DP ” is selected.

“ 2 UNIT PRICE ” is selected.

Max. 6 digits (0 to 999999) (See NOTE below.)

The department preset price is entered and printed.

[End]

This setting is ended. A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

NOTE: When inputting 0 then depressing the [Enter] key, a zero price will be set to the department. If none of unit price value is input then the [Enter] key is depressed, the department will be open (i.e. open-price department).

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3) Example

To preset the price €1,00 on Department 1 (FOOD):

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode, depress the [ ↓ ] key twice.

Depress the [3] or [Enter] key.

Depress the [1] or

or

[Enter] key.

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode, depress the [ ↓ ] key twice.

Depress the

Depress the

Depress the

Depress the

[

[3]

[1]

[2]

]

or

or

[Enter]

[Enter]

key.

[Enter]

key.

key.

key.

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The cursor is moved on to “ 3 DP/PLU ”.

The cursor is moved on to “ 3 DP/PLU ”.

(continued on the next page)

The cursor is moved on to “ 2 UNIT PRICE ”.

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4.17 Department Preset Price Setting or Changing

(continued from the previous page)

Input 100 for the preset price of

Department 1 (FOOD).

Depress the

The [End]

[Enter] key.

key depression allows the

ECR to end this programming.

While ? is shown on the upper-right corner of the LCD display screen, the [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the LCD display.

When the [Enter] key is depressed, the programmed data is printed.

A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

31-10-2005 MON #0

DP PRICE

01 FOOD

1,00@

0038 13:18TM

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4.18 PLU Preset Price Setting or Changing

4.18 PLU Preset Price Setting or Changing

The preset price of each PLU may be set in the PLU TABLE PROGRAMMING already described. However, in setting or changing the price only but not other programmed data, the following operation will be more convenient.

CONDITION

OPERATION

Any time outside a sale

Mode

Tree

2) Operation

Main Menu

Depress [ ↓ ] twice then [Enter] . or

Depress [3] .

Depress [ ↓ ] then [Enter] . or

Depress [2] .

Depress [ ↓ ] then [Enter] . or

Depress [2] .

Input a PLU code of which PLU preset price is to be set or changed.

[PLU]

Input 1st preset price, then [Enter] .

Input 2nd preset price, then [Enter] .

Input 3rd preset price, then [Enter] .

[PLU]

[End]

ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode.

“ 3 DP/PLU ” for Department/PLU table programming is selected.

“ 2 PLU ” is selected.

“ 2 UNIT PRICE ” is selected.

PLU code: Max. 4 digits (1 to 9999)

Max. 6 digits (0 to 999999) ( NOTE1 )

Max. 6 digits (0 to 999999) ( NOTE1 )

Max. 6 digits (0 to 999999) ( NOTE1 )

The preset prices are entered and printed. ( NOTE3 )

This setting is ended. A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

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4.18 PLU Preset Price Setting or Changing

NOTES:

1. When no price is input then the [Enter] key is depressed, the PLU will be open (i.e. open-price PLU).

2. If inputting a nonexistent PLU code that was not programmed in the PLU Table Programming, this may cause an error.

3. The [PLU] key depression here results in that the next PLU code (i.e. the currently programmed PLU code plus 1) is displayed. If it does not exist, the guidance message requiring a PLU code input is displayed.

3) Example

To change the preset prices of PLU0001 as shown below:

PLU 0001

1st Preset Price: It is changed from €1,05 to €3,15.

2nd Preset Price: It is changed from €2,10 to €5,40.

3rd Preset Price: It remains €3,20.

The cursor is moved on to “ 3 DP/PLU ”. When the ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode, depress the [ ↓ ] key twice.

Depress the [3] or [Enter] key.

Depress the [ ↓ ] key.

The cursor is moved on to “ 2 PLU ”.

Depress the [2] or [Enter] key.

Depress the [ ↓ ] key.

The cursor is moved on to “ 2 UNIT PRICE ”.

Depress the [2] or [Enter] key.

Input 1 , then depress the [PLU] key. PLU Code 0001 is specified.

(continued on the next page)

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4.18 PLU Preset Price Setting or Changing

Make sure the cursor is shown on

01PRICE. Then, input 315 and depress the [Enter] key.

(continued from the previous page)

The 1st preset price is changed from €1,05 to €3,15.

While ? is shown on the upper-right corner of the LCD display screen, the [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the LCD display.

Make sure the cursor is shown on

022ND PRICE. Then, input depress the

After the

The [End]

[Enter]

[PLU]

key.

540

As the 3rd preset price remains unchanged, depress the [PLU]

key depression

and

key.

key depression allows the

ECR to end this programming.

The 2nd preset price is changed from €2,10 to €5,40.

PLU0001 preset price setting is ended.

When the [Enter] key is depressed, the programmed data is printed.

The next PLU code (i.e. the currently programmed PLU code plus 1) is displayed.

If the next PLU code (i.e. the currently programmed PLU code plus 1) does not exist, this guidance message requiring a PLU code input is displayed.

A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

31-10-2005 MON #0

PLU PRICE

0001 PLU0001

#01 3,15@

#02 5,40@

#03 3,20@

0043 13:26TM

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4.19 %+ and %- Preset Rate Setting

4.19 %+ and %- Preset Rate Setting

A preset rate may be set on each of the [%+] and [%-] keys, one independent rate for each key. Once a rate is preset, the % key will simply be depressed without a prior rate entry to active the preset rate. If a rate is entered prior to the depression of the key, the entered rate (manual rate) will be activated instead.

CONDITION Any time outside a sale

OPERATION

2) Operation

Main Menu

Depress [ ↓ ] three times then [Enter] . or

Depress [4] .

ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode.

“ 4 RATE, LIMIT AMOUNT ” is selected.

Depress the [1] or [Enter] key.

Select a [%] key to be programmed with the [ ↓ ] key.

[Enter]

To select [%-] key, depress [1] or [Enter] .

To select [%+] key, depress [2] or depress [ ↓ ] then [Enter] .

Input a Preset Rate.

[End]

0,001 to 99,999 (%): Use the [.] key if decimal portion is contained.

(See NOTE below.)

This setting is ended. A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

NOTE: When inputting 0, the % preset rate will be cancelled. If doing so, the % preset rate should be set at the registration operation.

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3) Example

To program the following rate on the [%-] key:

[%-] key ………. Rate: 5,00%

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode, depress the [ ↓ ] key three times.

Depress the [4] or [Enter] key.

Depress the [1] or [Enter] key.

Depress the [1] or [Enter] key.

Input 5 .

The [End] key depression allows the

ECR to end this setting.

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4.19 %+ and %- Preset Rate Setting

The cursor is moved on to “ 4 RATE, LIMIT

AMOUNT ”.

[%-] key is selected.

Preset Rate 5,00% is entered.

A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

31-10-2005 MON #0

% RATE

%- 5%

0044 13:28TM

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4.20 Foreign Currency Exchange Rate Setting

4.20 Foreign Currency Exchange Rate Setting

In this program, the rate of each foreign currency (corresponding to the [CUR1] to [CUR5] keys) will be set. By setting a rate on each Foreign Currency Key, reading the sale total and tendering in the foreign currency value will be possible for sale finalization.

CONDITION Any time outside a sale

OPERATION

2) Operation

Main Menu

Depress [ ↓ ] three times then [Enter] . or

Depress [4] .

Depress [ ↓ ] twice then [Enter] . or

Depress [3] .

Input the rate of [CUR1] key, then depress [Enter] .

Input the rate of [CUR2] key, then depress [Enter] .

Input the rate of [CUR3] key, then depress [Enter] .

Input the rate of [CUR4] key, then depress [Enter] .

Input the rate of [CUR5] key, then depress [Enter] .

ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode

“ 4 RATE, LIMIT AMOUNT ” is selected.

“ 3 CUR EXCHANGE RATE ” is selected.

0,000001 to 9999,999999 (%): Use the [.] key if decimal portion is contained. (See NOTE below.)

0,000001 to 9999,999999 (%): Use the [.] key if decimal portion is contained. (See NOTE below.)

0,000001 to 9999,999999 (%): Use the [.] key if decimal portion is contained. (See NOTE below.)

0,000001 to 9999,999999 (%): Use the [.] key if decimal portion is contained. (See NOTE below.)

0,000001 to 9999,999999 (%): Use the [.] key if decimal portion is contained. (See NOTE below.)

[End]

This setting is ended. A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

NOTE: When inputting 0, the rate of the foreign currency will be cancelled. If doing so, the rate of the foreign currency should be set at the registration operation.

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4.20 Foreign Currency Exchange Rate Setting

Foreign Currency Exchange Rate Calculation

1. The rate must be calculated in the subsidiary currency unit values for both the domestic and the foreign currencies. (In case of calculating the rate from the domestic to a foreign currency with the same zerosuppress form, such as from Euro to U.S. $, it will be no problem even if it is calculated in the main currency of Euro and $. However, in case of exchanging from a domestic currency such as Euro or $ to Japanese yen, or vice versa, this rule must be obeyed; otherwise a wrong rate will result.)

2. Calculate the required foreign currency value equivalent to the domestic currency value “1”. Then the obtained value is the Exchange Rate value to be entered in the setting operation stated on the previous page.

3) Example

To set two foreign currency rates:

(The rates here are merely examples, and may be different from the actual rates currently in effect.)

Conditions given for Domestic Currency and Foreign Currencies

(DOMESTIC)

EURO

(CUR 1)

U.S. Dollar

(CUR 2)

Japanese Yen

€1,00 $1,20 ¥137,74

100 EURO Cent 0,0120 Cent 1,3774 yen

When the ECR is being outside a sale and in SET mode, depress the [ ↓ ] key three times.

Depress the [4] or [Enter] key.

The cursor is moved on to “ 4 RATE, LIMIT

AMOUNT ”.

Depress the [ ↓ ] key twice.

Depress the [3] or [Enter] key.

The cursor is moved on to “ 3 CUR

EXCHANGE RATE ”.

(continued on the next page)

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(continued from the previous page)

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4.20 Foreign Currency Exchange Rate Setting

Make sure the cursor is shown on

01CUR1. Then, input 0.0120

and depress the [Enter] key.

The exchange rate from € to $ is set on the

[CUR1] key.

While ? is shown on the upper-right corner of the LCD display screen, the [?] key depression results in that the following guidance message appears on the LCD display.

Make sure the cursor is shown on

02CUR2. Then, input 1.3774

and depress the [Enter] key.

Depress the [ ↓ ] key twice.

The exchange rate from € to Japan Yen is set on the [CUR2] key.

The cursor is moved on to “ 05CUR5 ”.

Make sure the cursor is shown on

05CUR5.

The [End] key depression allows the

ECR to end this setting.

A long receipt is issued and the display returns to Main Menu screen.

31-10-2005 MON #0

CUR RATE

CUR1 0,012 ∗

CUR2 1,3774

0045 13:29TM

Resetting a Foreign Currency Rate Once Set:

Input 0 in place of the Exchange Rate for the Foreign Currency in the setting operation. Then the rate for that foreign currency will be reset. The Foreign Currency Key of the rate thus reset cannot be used in sales entries.

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5. VERIFICATION OF PROGRAMMED DATA

5. VERIFICATION OF PROGRAMMED DATA

The programmed data entered in the preceding chapter can be read for verification purposes.

The print format of each program reading is almost the same as on the program receipt, except that “X” is printed instead of printing Program Name.

CONDITION Any time outside a sale

OPERATION

1. Turn the Mode Lock to the X or SET position with the MGR key.

2. In X mode, move the cursor on to 3 PROGRAM DATA READ which is displayed on the LCD display with the

[ ↓ ] key, then depress the [Enter] key. In SET mode, move the cursor on to 7 PROGRAM DATA READ , then depress the [Enter] key.

3. PROGRAM DATA READ menu is shown on the next page. Move the cursor on to a desired item to be verified with the [ ↓ ] key, then depress the [Enter] key.

4. The currently programmed data is printed both on the receipt and on the journal.

NOTE: On depressing the [Enter] key, the programmed data will be printed. To abort printing once started, depress the [ITEM CORR] key. The reading operation is immediately stopped halfway.

Example)

To verify the preset rates of the [%-] and [%+] keys in X mode.

1. When the ECR is being outside a sale and in X mode, depress the [ ↓ ] key twice to move the cursor on 3 PROGRAM DATA

READ .

2. Depress the or [Enter] key.

3.

Depress the [ ↓ ] key three times to move the cursor on 4 RATE,

LIMIT AMOUNT .

4. Depress the or [Enter] key.

5. The or [Enter] key depression results in printing.

31-10-2005 MON #0

X RATE

%- 5%

%+ 3%

0090 16:54TM

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5. VERIFICATION OF PROGRAMMED DATA

PROGRAM DATA READ menu

X

mode

1 DAILY X

2 GT

3 PROGRAM DATA READ

4 OTHER ITEMS

0

SET mode

4 RATE, LIMIT AMOUNT SET

5 BASIC

6 OTHER

7 PROGRAM DATA READ

0

1 MESSAGES

1 COMMERCIAL MESSAGE

2 FOOTER MESSAGE

3 STORE MESSAGE

2 MAMES

1 DP GROUP NAME

2 CASHIER NAME

3 SALESPERSON NAME

4 FINANCIAL ITM NAME

5 PRINT ITEM NAME

6 DISPLAY ITEM NAME

7 ERROR ITEM NAME

8 X/Z REPORT NAME

9 DISP MENU

0 MESSAGES

3 DP/PLU

1 DP SETTING

1 DP SETTING

2 DIGIT LIMIT(PRICE)

2 PLU SETTING

1 ALL PLU

2 ZONE PLU

3 PLU PRICE SETTING

1 ALL PLU

2 ZONE PLU

4 ASSIGN TO KEYBOARD

4 RATE, LIMIT AMOUNT

1 %- RATE(%-/%+)

2 VAT/TAX RATE

3 CUR EXCHANGE RATE

4 DISC AMT LIMIT

5 BASIC

1 HOURLY RANGE

2 KEY-IN TONE

6 OTHER

1 REPORT PRINT ITEM

2 SYSTEM OPTION

3 KEY FUNCTION

4 CASH KEY AMOUNT

5 DRW WARNING TIME

6 ROUND TBL 1 DIGIT

7 ROUND TBL 2 DIGITS

8 RTC PRINT BUFFER

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English

Waste Recycling information for users:

Following information is only for EU-member states:

The crossed out wheeled bin symbol is used to indicate that the product must not be treated as general household waste.

By ensuring that this product is disposed of correctly you will be helping to prevent potentially negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by incorrect waste handling of this product.

For more detailed information about the take-back and recycling of this equipment, please contact the supplier that provided you with the product in question.

French

Information aux utilisateurs concernant le recyclage des déchets:

Les informations suivantes sont uniquement destinées aux pays membres de l’Union Européenne:

L’utilisation du symbole de "poubelle à roulettes barrée" indique que ce produit ne doit pas être traité comme un déchet ménager classique.

En vous assurant que ce produit est correctement mis au rebut, vous participerez à la prévention de l’environnement et de la santé publique, contre des conséquences négatives potentielles qui pourraient résulter d’un traitement inapproprié des déchets de ce produit. Pour obtenir des informations complémentaires concernant la récupération et le recyclage de ce produit, veuillez contacter le fournisseur auprès duquel vous avez acheté le produit.

German

Wiederverwertungsinformationen für Verbraucher:

Die folgenden Informationen gelten nur für EU-Mitgliedsstaaten:

Das durchgestrichene Mülltonnensymbol weist darauf hin, dass dieses Produkt nicht wie allgemeiner Haushaltsmüll behandelt werden darf.

Indem Sie aktiv mitwirken, dieses Produkt ordnungsgemäß zu entsorgen, helfen Sie mit, mögliche negative

Auswirkungen auf die Umwelt sowie die menschliche Gesundheit zu vermeiden, die sonst durch die unsachgemäße

Entsorgung dieses Produktes beeinträchtigt werden könnten.

Für nährere Informationen zur Rücknahme und Wiederverwertung dieses Produktes wenden sie sich bitte an den

Lieferanten, von dem Sie dieses Produkt erworben haben.

Spanish

Información para usuarios sobre el reciclaje de residuos:

La siguiente información sólo concierne a los Estados Miembros de la UE:

El uso del símbolo de un contenedor con ruedas tachado indica que este producto no puede ser tratado como si fuera un residuo doméstico.

Asegurando que nos deshacemos de este producto de forma correcta, ayudaremos a evitar potenciales consecuencias negativas tanto para el medio ambiente como para la salud pública, que podrían producirse debido a un tratamiento inapropiado de este producto. Para obtener una información más detallada sobre la recogida y reciclaje de su producto, por favor, póngase en contacto con el proveedor donde lo compró.

Dutch

Gebruikersinformatie over het recycleren van afval:

De volgende informatie geldt enkel in EU-lidstaten:

Het symbool met de doorkruiste afvalbak geeft aan dat dit product niet mag worden behandeld als algemeen huishoudelijk af val.

Door dit product op de juiste manier van de hand te doen beschermt u het milieu en de volksgezondheid tegen mogelijke negatieve gevolgen, die anders zouden kunnen voortvloeien uit het onjuist verwerken van de resten van dit product.

Voor gedetailleerde informatie over het terugnemen en recycleren van dit product, gelieve contact op te nemen met de leverancier van dit product.

Italian

Informazioni sul riciclo del prodotto:

Le seguenti informazioni riguardano gli stati membri EU:

Il simbolo con il bidone sbarrato indica il non poter smaltire questo prodotto come rifiuto domestico.

L'accertamento che questo prodotto sia smaltito correttamente contribuirà ad impedire le potenziali conseguenze negative per l'ambiente e la salute umana che potrebbero essere causati, al contrario, dall'errato smaltimento dello stesso. Per informazioni più dettagliate sulle modalita di resa e riciclaggio di questo prodotto mettetevi in contatto con il fornitore da cui l'avete aquistato.

Portuguese

Informação sobre reciclagem:

A informação que se segue é apenas dirigida a países membros da CEE:

A utilização deste símbolo indica que este produto não pode ser tratado como lixo comum.

Ao assegurar-se que este produto é tratado correctamente está a ajudar a prevenir potenciais consequências negativas para o ambiente e para a saúde humana, que poderiam ser causadas pelo inapropriado tratamento deste produto.

Para mais informação sobre a reciclagem e tratamento deste produto, contacte o seu fornecedor.

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