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SX-590II

OPERATING MANUAL

NOTICE

The information and specifications in this manual are subject to change without notice.

While every precaution has been taken to make this manual accurate, the Manufacturer shall not be liable for any errors or omissions, nor for any damages resulting from the use of the information herein.

This manual may not be copied or transmitted by any means, in whole or in part, without prior written consent from the Manufacturer.

All rights reserved.

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISION NOTICE

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to section J in Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment .

This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause destructive interference of radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference, in which case the user will be required to correct the problem at his own expense.

INTRODUCTION

We very much appreciate your purchase of this cash register. The cash register is equipped with function keys which allow you to program and use various functions and with numeric keys for entering numbers.

This Manual explains the methods for programming and entering transactions with this cash register and it describes precautions and accessory items necessary to use it. This manual also shows examples of the receipts that will be printed out for each case described.

Before using the cash register, please read this manual so that you understand its operation.

CONTENTS

1. GETTING TO KNOW THE CASH REGISTER.......................................................................................3

1). GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................................. 3

2). PRECAUTIONS ....................................................................................................................... 3

3). EXTERNAL VIEW.................................................................................................................... 4

4). CONTROL LOCK .................................................................................................................... 5

5). DISPLAY.................................................................................................................................. 6

6). PRINTER ................................................................................................................................. 7

7). KEYBOARD............................................................................................................................. 8

2 . SETTING UP ........................................................................................................................................11

1). INITIALIZATION .................................................................................................................... 11

(1) SYSTEM CLEAR ............................................................................................................... 11

(2) HALF CLEAR .................................................................................................................... 12

2). INSTALLING THE PAPER ROLLS........................................................................................ 13

3. QUICK START......................................................................................................................................15

4. REGISTRATION ...................................................................................................................................16

1). EXAMPLE OF REGISTRATION AND RECEIPT ................................................................... 16

1-1. SINGLE ITEM CASH SALE.............................................................................................. 16

1-2. DEPARTMENT OF HIGH AMOUNT LOCK-OUT.............................................................. 16

1-3. MULTIPLE SALE AND CHANGE ..................................................................................... 17

1-4. CHANGE CALCULATION AFTER TRANSACTION ......................................................... 17

1-5. MULTIPLELICATION AND REPEAT ENTRY........................................................................... 18

1-6. COVER KEY..................................................................................................................... 18

1-7. PLU KEY .......................................................................................................................... 19

1-8. PRICE ENTRY OF PLU.................................................................................................... 19

1-9. ENTRY PRICE OF PLU AND INPUT BY PLU KEY.......................................................... 20

1-10. DEPARTMENT/PLU SALES BY READING BARCODE. .......................................................... 20

1-11. DISCOUNT ..................................................................................................................... 21

1-12. DISCOUNT RATE........................................................................................................... 22

1-13. PLUS PERCENTAGE RATE........................................................................................... 23

1-14. SALE ON CHARGE WITH #/NS KEY AND ERROR CORRECTION WITH EC KEY ......................... 23

1-15. TENDERING WITH TEND$5.00 - TEND$50.00KEY ..................................................... 24

1-16. TRANSACTION WITH CHKS KEY ............................................................................... 24

1-17. TRANSACTION WITH CARD1 CARD2 CARD3 CARD4 KEYS ................................. 25

1-18. REGISTRATION WITH SHFT1 SHFT2 KEYS.............................................................. 25

1-19. RETURN ITEM SALE..................................................................................................... 26

1-20. BOTTLE RETURNING ................................................................................................... 26

1-21. VOID............................................................................................................................... 26

1-22. RECEIVED-ON-ACCOUNT AND PAID OUT.................................................................. 27

1-23. REGISTRATION WITH NTX TX1 TX2 AND TX3 KEYS .............................................. 28

1-24. REGISTRATION WITH TXEX ........................................................................................ 29

1-25. VARIOUS CASES OF RECEIPT ISSUE ........................................................................ 29

2). TRANSACTION HOLD KEY ................................................................................................. 31

3). FOOD STAMP ....................................................................................................................... 32

4). AGE VERIFICATION ............................................................................................................. 33

5). QUANTITY/ FRACTION FUNCTION..................................................................................... 33

5. VARIOUS FUNCTIONS........................................................................................................................34

1). INVENTORY CONTROL........................................................................................................ 34

2). PLU MENU SHIFT FUNCTION.............................................................................................. 34

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3). TRAINING MODE .................................................................................................................. 35

6. X/Z REPORT ........................................................................................................................................36

1). READ AND RESET THE SALES INFORMATION ................................................................ 36

2). EXPLANATION OF KEY FUNCTIONS.................................................................................. 39

(1) FUNCTION KEYS .............................................................................................................. 39

(2) PRESET SHEET FOR X/Z REPORTS............................................................................... 40

3). HOW TO CHOOSE REPORTS.............................................................................................. 41

4). IN REPORT MENU ................................................................................................................ 42

4-1 .

SALES REPORT .............................................................................................................. 42

4-2 .

INVENTORY REPORT ..................................................................................................... 43

4-3 .

REPORT TABLE NO......................................................................................................... 44

4-4. TRAINING REPORT......................................................................................................... 44

5). SALES REPORT BY MACRO KEY ...................................................................................... 45

6). CHOOSING REPORT OF SPECIFIC PLU/DEPARTMENT (EX. FROM XX PLU TO YY PLU).

.................................................................................................................................................... 46

7). CASH DECLERATION .......................................................................................................... 48

8). ISSUING RE-ORDERS LIST ................................................................................................. 50

9). SAMPLE REPORT ................................................................................................................ 51

7. INTERFACE PORTS ............................................................................................................................56

8. TROUBLESHOOTING .........................................................................................................................59

9. MAINTENANCE ...................................................................................................................................60

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1. GETTING TO KNOW THE CASH REGISTER

1. GETTING TO KNOW THE CASH REGISTER

This chapter describes the specifications, precautions, part names of this cash register and functions.

1). GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS

Item Description

Power source

Power consumption

Operating environment temperature

Storage memory

Memory back-up time

Printer

Printing speed

Paper roll width

Max. Diameter of paper roll

Dimensions(Body)

Dimensions(Drawer No.26)

Weight

NOTE: THE DRAWER IS SEPARABLE

.

AC100 ~ 117VAC,220 ~ 240VAC ± 10%

40W

0°C to 40°C ( 32°F to 104°F )

SD RAM

Approx. 700 hours

2 station thermal printer

Approx. 14 lines per sec.

57.5mm

70mm

350mm (W) x 429mm (D) x 188mm (H)

410mm (W) x 415mm (D) x 114mm (H)

Body(except Drawer) : 6.9 Kg

Drawer (No.26) : 6.2 Kg

2). PRECAUTIONS

Please note the following items before using the cash register. z Avoid using the cash register in the following conditions:

Exposed to direct sunlight or water

Hot or humid environments

Near equipment that generates strong electromagnetic fields

Anywhere there may be sudden changes in temperature z Do not touch the cash register if your hands are wet. z If the register malfunctions, do not attempt to repair the cash register by yourself. z Plug your cash register into any standard wall outlet.

Other electrical devices on the same circuit may damage the cash register. z The outlet must be located near the unit and easily accessible.

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3). EXTERNAL VIEW

3

2

7

1

5

6

4

Part name

1. Printer cover

2. Receipt dispenser

3. Input/Output connectors

(Rear side )

Functions

Protecting the printer.

This is where the receipt comes out.

Ready for connection with peripheral devices such as PC, scanners, etc.

Shows the customer the article name, the amount and the transaction name in two-line fluorescent display unit. Upper line: 14 segments 10 digits. Lower line: Numeric 10 digits

The same display as the customer display.

The control lock allows you to change the cash register mode.

5. Operator display

6. Control lock

7. Keyboard The water-proof 173-position for flat keyboard.

56-position for raised keyboard.

* Drawer Unit :The drawer can be sited far from the ECR.

Caution : Do not connect Input / Output Connectors to Telephones .

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4). CONTROL LOCK

The control lock allows you to change the cash register mode

Your register is equipped with nine modes. The cash register is always in of these nine modes.

To change mode, use the owner’s key (marked with [OW]), manager’s key ( marked with [MA]) and the operator’s key

(marked with [OP]) which come with this cash register.

Insert the owner’s key, manager’s key or the operator’s key into the control lock and turn it to any position.

The [OW] key can select any mode. The [MA] key can select the “ P1 ”, “ L ”, “ R ”, “ X1 ”, “ V ”, and “ Z1 ”positions.

The [OP] key can select the “ L ” or “ R ” positions.

.

OP / MA

OW: Key for Owner can access all key positions. OW

MA : Key for Manager can access "P1", "L", "R", " X1", "V" and "Z1" positions.

OP : Key for Operator can access "L" and "R" positions.

The following table shows the modes the cash register is equipped with.

Mode

P1 Program 1 mode

L

Lock mode

Functions

Used to program "Date", Department, PLU, Tax etc.

Used to lock the cash register. This position disables all operations.

Used to process sales transaction R Register mode

X1

(T)

Read mode Used to read and print the Sales Reports

Used for training the operator.

V Void mode

Z1 Reset mode

Used to void the registration.

Used to reset and print the Sales Reports

X2 Periodical read mode Used to print periodicals information report.

Z2 Periodical reset mode Used to read and reset the periodical sales information.

P2

Program 2 mode Used to program "SYSTEM FLAG", "KEY LAYOUT",

"TRANSACTION NAME" etc. System mode is accessible from the

P2 mode.

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5). DISPLAY

Operator & Customer Display

Your cash register provides 2 x two-line displays for operator and customer.

* UPPER LINE: 14 Segments, 10 Digits Fluorescent tube.

Displays name of commodity or transaction.

NAME OF COMMODITY OR

TRANSACTION

* LOWER LINE: 7 Segment 10 Digits Fluorescent tube.

Displays Unit Price during operation, and total amount when transaction is completed.

REPEAT AMOUNT

Example of display at "R" mode

.

Note: To set up the customer display, pull up and rotate the unit for the best

angle.

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6). PRINTER

The figure below shows the printer without the cover.

2

5

3

6

Part Names

1 Journal

2 Receipt

3

Print-head unit

4 Take-up spool

Hold the journal roll.

Hold the receipt roll.

4

1

7

Functions

Prints the characters and graphic logos on the receipt and

journal roll.

Used to take up the journal roll.

5 Paper exit

6

7

The paper exits here.

Arms release button

(Receipt)

Release the receipt arms.

Arms release button

(Journal)

Release the journal arms.

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7). KEYBOARD

Flat Keyboard Standard Layout and Functions

* 154 key positions including FEED keys.

* All the keys except FEED keys can be laid out at Customer’s option.

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* Flat Keyboard Functions

No. Key Name

1

RF

Receipt feed key

2

JF

Journal feed key

Functions

Used to feed the receipt paper.

Used to feed the journal paper.

3

5

Q/F

Used to move the cursor upward in registration.

4 FC

Arrow keys

Foreign currency key

Used to move the cursor downward in registration.

Used to convert the amount from the local currency to the one in the foreign currency.

Used to multiply quantity of a PLU/DEPT

Used for Q/F function( See 36 page)

**Multiplication is carried out by quantity (integer: 4 digits, decimal: 2 digits) x unit price in

8 digits. Its result is Max. 9 digits.

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TTL

Total key Used to display calculated amount including tax.

Received on account key

Used to record received money on account.

8 PO Paid out key Used to record amount paid out from the drawer.

9

RET

Return key

11 HOLD Hold key

12

2nd

RCPT

Second receipt key

Used to refund an item

Used to keep sales data temporarily in the memory for the registration of next waiting customer.

Used to issue a duplicate receipt.

13 Void key

14 EC Error correction key

Non-add /

Non sales key

16 CLR Clear key

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18 -

-

%G

Minus key

Minus percent key

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

Used to clear the last item entered.

Used to register code number.

Used to open the drawer without registration.

Used to clear a numeric entry or an error.

Used to subtract a specific amount from an item or sub-total.

Used to register bottle returning.

Used to subtract a percentage rate to an item/sub-total amount.

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+%G

Plus percent key

Cash tendered key

21 CHRG Charge tendered key

22 CHKS Checks tendered key

Use to add a percentage rate to an item /sub-total amount.

Used to finalize a transaction by cash

Used to calculate amount of change and cash received.

Used to finalize a transaction by charge.

Used to finalize a transaction by checks.

Used to calculate amount received or paid by checks.

Used to finalize a transaction by credit cards.

Maximum 4 kinds of cards keys are available.

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24

. 1

:

CARD

2

SUB

TTL

Card 1 - 2 keys

Subtotal key

25 RLS Entry release key

Used to display a sub-total without tax during transaction..

Used for percent calculation of [+%G] and [-%G] after sub-total.

Used to display time or commercial message.

Used to release single item preset price of department.

Also used to release high amount lock out.

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No. Key

26

CLK

ID

27

0

:

:

9

00

Name

Clerk ID key

Numeric keys

Functions

By the input ID number, a clerk can be selected.

Used to enter numbers.

DPT1

DPT8

Department key

1 - 8

Used to enter department sales.

Max. Department is 199.

DPT#

30

ON

OFF

Receipt ON / OFF key

31 Cancel key

1

32 :

117

Price look up keys

(1 –117)

33 PLU # KEY

Used to input the department number manually.

This key allows you to turn off the receipt printing to save paper.

Used to cancel the current transaction.

Used to enter PLS sales.

Max PLU is 3,000 for FK

MAX PLU is 10,000 for RK

.

Used to input PLU number manually

34 PLU ENTRY KEY Used to release preset price of PLU

35

Tender keys

TEND 5.00,TEND 10.00

TEND 20.00 TEND 50.00

Used to enter fixed tender amount,5.00,10.00,20.00 and 50.00

Note:

The keys indicated in this list shows the ones available on the default key board only. You can change location of any keys except the RF/JF keys with any available keys (See the manual for

Program 2 position. Key code table)

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2. SETTING UP

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SETTING UP

1). INITIALIZATION

(1) SYSTEM CLEAR

CONTROL LOCK KEY : P2 position

These steps will clear all of the setting you have programmed and erase all sales information in the register. Both programming and sales data will be lost by this operation.

This operation should also be performed after adding memory board and repairing the main logic

circuitry.

SYSTEM CLEAR OPERATION:

1) Set the power switch located on the right rear corner of the lower cabinet to the OFF position

(O side of the switch).

2) Set the control lock to the "P2" position .

3) Press and hold both RF and JF buttons located on the Keyboard.

4) Set the power switch to the

ON

position ("I" side of the switch).

5) Then, the front display will show the following.

S Y S C L R

P R O G R A M 2

?

6) When the above message displays, press the key t or the key.

7) The system initialization starts and the following message is displayed.

C L E A R I N G

P R S A K E Y

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8) When the initialization ends, the display will show the following message.

9) Press the key at the lower right corner.

10) Display the message “PROGRAM2”.

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2. SETTING UP

(2) HALF CLEAR

CONTROL LOCK KEY : " PROGRAM 1 " or " PROGRAM 2 "

Due to incorrect operation of the cash register or during programming, it is possible at some point for the cash register to become stacking loop. Using the following procedure to reset the machine.

1) Control lock key to "PROGRAM 1" or "PROGRAM 2" position.

2) Set the power switch to the OFF position.

3) Wait for more than 5 seconds before setting the power switch back to the ON position.

The following display will be displayed.

P L S W A I T

The memory in the current transaction will be lost, however, you will not lose any of the

program and the previously registered sales data.

4) The first display of “PROGRAM1” or “PROGRAM2” is displayed.

P R O G R A M 2

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2). INSTALLING THE PAPER ROLLS

Your cash register features a thermal printer which uses two rolls of 58mm standard thermal paper; one roll (left side) is for the customer receipt and the other roll (right side) is for the journal record. If a customer receipt is not required, a paper saving option is available by pressing the [ON/OFF] key on the keyboard.

Paper Roll

Before installing the paper roll, be sure to do the following to avoid causing a paper jam:

* Orient the paper roll so that it rotates in a counterclockwise direction, as shown in Fig. 1.

NOTE :

As thermal paper is used, it has right and wrong

side to print. Install the paper roll correctly.

Fig.1

Removing and installing the paper roll for the receipt

1. Open the printer cover.

2. Press the arms release button (left) to raise the printer arms.

(See Fig. 2 ).

3. Remove the roll.

.

4. Drop the new paper roll into the receipt location, and put the paper end to this side.

5. Press the printer arms (See Fig. 3 ).

6. Close the printer cover.

Fig.2

Fig.3

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2. SETTING UP

Removing and installing the paper roll for the journal

1. Make sure the Control Lock is in the “R”(Register)

position.

2. Open the printer cover.

3. Press the arms release button (right) to raise the

printer

4. Remove the take-up spool and paper roll from the support

(See Fig. 4 ).

5. Take away the right side of reel from the take-up spool.

(See Fig.5

)

6. Make a small fold on the end of new roll paper and feed it around

tabs on the take-up spool (See Fig.6

)

5. Turn the take-up spool to fasten the paper.

6. Clip the right side of reel onto the take-up spool.

7. Place the take-up spool on the right position.

8. Press the J feed key (See Fig. 7 ).

9. Close the printer cover.

Fig.4

Fig.5

Fig.6

Fig.7

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3.QUICK START

3. QUICK START

Before proceeding with Quick Start, the cash register must be initialized.

1. Insert the manager program key (MA) in the control lock and turn to the “P1” program

position” .

2 (1) Move the cursor to [ 1 DATE ], key and press the key.

(2) To set the DATE, enter as year-month-day format.

Example : For 14 th

September 2010

DATE : [ 20100914 ] key

(3) To set the current time, use military time.

Example : To set 10:15 AM

TIME : [ 1015 ] key , key

*Reminder: To convert to military time, add the number 12 to every hour after 12:00 noon. For example, to set 1:15 PM [ 1315 ]

3. To set a tax rate

Example : If tax rate is 5%,

(1) Move the cursor to [ 10 TAX ] , [ 10 ] key and press the key

( 2 ) TAX1 : [ 5 0 0 0 0 ] key, key

4. Departments can be programmed for the price, tax status and description all in one step.

In order to get start quickly, we mention programming a price and tax status only.

Complete setup is explained by the “P1 Manual, Department Programming” section.

(1) Move the cursor to [ 2 DEPARTMENT ] [ 2 ] key and press key

(2) To program Department 1 as taxable and a price of $6.00:

Price : key [ 6 0 0 ] key

Taxable Flag : [ 1 ] key

(3) To move Department 2, price setting page key key key

(4) To program Department 2 as non-taxable and a price of $7.00:

Price : [ 7 0 0 ] key key

If no pre-set price is desired, skip entering the price.

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4. REGISTRATION

4. REGISTRATION

1). EXAMPLE OF REGISTRATION AND RECEIPT

Some of keys in the examples may need to be programmed on the keyboard.

1-1. SINGLE ITEM CASH SALE

z Single item cash sale function allows you to finish transaction without pressing the [CASH TEND] key.

EXAMPLE

Commercial

Message

STEP KEY OPERATION

Single Item

Preset Price

1)

Number of

Items z Assume the single item function and unit price is programmed for DEPT 1

(GADGETS)

Time, Day of Week

And Name of Cashier

Consecutive

Number Date

Entered sales price has priority to register over single item preset price.

„ “SINGLE ITEM (PRICE PRESET)” mode is released in the following cases:

1) The single item function can be ineffective by pressing the key before a registration.

2) When multiple sales items are registered before the item which is programmed single item cash sale.

** Commercial message, time, name of cashier, machine number, consecutive number, and date on the receipt sample are omitted from here.**

1-2. DEPARTMENT OF HIGH AMOUNT LOCK-OUT

EXAMPLE

In case high amount lock out(HALO) is programmed to $10.00 at Department 7 (SOCKS)

STEP

1)

KEY OPERATION RECEIPT z The register will sound a continuous alarm

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2)

3)

4) z If the key is pressed before registration, “HIGH AMOUNT LOCK-OUT” mode is released and registration up to 8 digit number is possible

.

1-3. MULTIPLE SALE AND CHANGE

EXAMPLE

STEP KEY OPERATION

1)

RECEIPT

B)

2)

3)

4)

(Men’s pants B) z If the tendered amount is short, an error may occur ( Tender key flag 1 #4=1)

1-4. CHANGE CALCULATION AFTER TRANSACTION

EXAMPLE

STEP KEY OPERATION RECEIPT

1)

2)

3)

4) z In this case the transaction is finalized without the cash tendered operation. By the operation of the cash tendered after the finalization, the change amount can be displayed though it will not be printed on the receipt. In this sample case, 6.32 will be displayed as change amount at the displays.

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1-5. MULTIPLELICATION AND REPEAT ENTRY

EXAMPLE

RECEIPT

1) (Socks)

2)

3)

4)

5)

(Handkerchief) z Key operation of multiplication :

System Flag 0405,#4=0(Multiplication order)

(Quantity) X (Unit Price) z Unit price: Max. 8 digits can be registered. z Total number of registration: Max. 9 digits z Registration of quantity :

System Flag 0401,bit #2&1=10(decimal point position)

Integer : Max. 4 digits

Decimal : 2 digits

1-6. COVER KEY

The cover key is used to enter the number of covers

EXAMPLE

STEP KEY OPERATION

1)

RECEIPT

2)

3)

(White shirt A)

(White shirt B)

4)

Key code:6129 z At the beginning of registration, enter the number of covers with the key.

System Flag 0306,#5=1 (Compulsory covers number) z If the number of covers is not entered, it is automatically registered as 1. z

This key is used for printing COVERS report

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1-7. PLU KEY

EXAMPLE

STEP KEY OPERATION RECEIPT

3) z Used to register the item whose PLU number has been assigned. Each PLU can be programmed with a description, unit price, linked department number etc.

(Please refer to the Programming 1 Manual PLU programming section). z It is also possible to register with the optional barcode reader. z It is not possible to enter a PLU number and UPC# from the keyboard together.

System Flag 6, #7=1(PLU registered as UPC#)

1-8. PRICE ENTRY OF PLU

z To change the price of programmed PLU temporarily:

Programmed : $35.00 (PLU #10)

Change to : $33.00

EXAMPLE

STEP

1)

KEY OPERATION

(Tie pinA)

RECEIPT

2)

3)

(Belt B)

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1-9. ENTRY PRICE OF PLU AND INPUT BY PLU KEY

EXAMPLE

You can enter price of PLU with PLU ENTRY key and nominate PLU by entering PLU No and

PLU #key.

RECEIPT

1)

2) (Nominated PLU2)

3) z If no price of a PLU is programmed, a price can be entered with the key. z Key code : 000F Key code: 2000

1-10. DEPARTMENT/PLU SALES BY READING BARCODE.

EXAMPLE

Un-programmed item can be sold by reading barcode.

STEP

1)

2)

3)

KEY OPERATION

Scan the un-programmed barcode

Enter the unit price

For multiplying, enter the quantity

RECEIPT

RF

4) Press a Department

(Handkerchief)

5) z The item is temporarily programmed by the above procedure. The entry of the unit price is not necessary for the same bar code next time. z The other facts of such temporary departments/PLUs programming should be done after finalization of the transaction at P1 position. For details please refer to the programming

1 manual.

Note:

Barcode Reader Unit (OPTION)

Can be used to read barcode of articles and transmit the data to the cash register automatically.

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1-11. DISCOUNT

EXAMPLE

1) (Men’s jacket)

2) (Men’s suit)

3)

4)

5) z Discount for subtotal is applied by pressing the key. z Discount for each item is applied without pressing the key.

– Key code: 6136

STEP KEY OPERATION

1) A)

2)

3)

–N

(Men’s pants A)

4)

–N Key code: 6132

RECEIPT

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1-12. DISCOUNT RATE

EXAMPLE

(A): DISCOUNT AGAINST SUB-TOTAL AMOUNT

STEP

1)

KEY OPERATION

(Men’s pants B)

RECEIPT

2)

3)

(Tie tack B)

4)

(Pre-programmed discount rate: -15%)

5)

Key code: 6134

2 Key code: 6234 z When key is pressed, the discount is calculated against the sub-total amount.

(B): DISCOUNT FOR EACH ITEM

STEP

1)

KEY OPERATION

(Tie pin B)

RECEIPT

2) (Men’s jacket)

3)

4)

5)

(Tie tack A) z Numeric rate entry overwrites the programmed rate. z When no is pressed, the discount will be calculated against the last entered item. In the case of above example,10% discount is applicable for Men’s jacket of department 8 only.

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1-13. PLUS PERCENTAGE RATE

EXAMPLE

STEP

1)

KEY OPERATION

(Neck tie A)

RECEIPT

2)

3)

4)

(White shirt A)

(Tie tack B)

5)

(Pre-programmed plus percentage rate: 10%)

6) z It is possible to apply a plus percentage sale for each item to press the key right after the item entry. z A plus percentage rate entered at registration overwrites the pre-programmed rate. z Key code : 6135 z 2 Key code: 6235

1-14 . SALE ON CHARGE WITH #/NS KEY AND ERROR CORRECTION WITH EC

KEY

EXAMPLE

1 2 3 4 is the charge number.

STEP

1)

KEY OPERATION

#//NS

RECEIPT

2)

3)

(Tie tack B)

4) (Cuff button A)

5) z Error correction for the discount rate (-%) and the premium rate (+%) is also possible.

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1-15. TENDERING WITH TEND$5.00 - TEND$50.00KEY

The TEND$5.00key, the TEND$10.00key, the TEND$20.00key and the TEND$50.00 key are used for quick tendering.

EXAMPLE

STEP

1)

KEY OPERATION

(White shirt A)

RECEIPT

2)

3)

(Handkerchief)

4) TEND$20.00

5)

In case you received $40.00, press TEND$20.00

„

TEND$5.00 Key code: 004D

„

TEND$10.00

Key code: 004E

„

TEND$20.00 Key code: 0022

„

TEND$50.00 Key code: 0023

1-16. TRANSACTION WITH CHKS KEY

z Used for payments by checks, coupons, etc.

EXAMPLE

STEP KEY OPERATION

1) (Men’s pants B)

2)

3)

4)

5)

(Tie pin A)

(Tie pin B)

(Neck tie B)

6) z The check of $500.00 is tendered.

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RECEIPT

4. REGISTRATION

1-17. TRANSACTION WITH CARD1 CARD2 CARD3 CARD4 KEYS

z Used for Credit Card payments.

EXAMPLE

STEP RECEIPT

1) B)

2)

3)

4)

5)

(Tie tack A)

B) z Same operation is available for the and keys.

„

Key code : 6214

„

Key code : 6314

„

Key code : 6414

1-18. REGISTRATION WITH SHFT1 SHFT2 KEYS

EXAMPLE

STEP

1)

KEY OPERATION RECEIPT

(Men’s pants A)

2)

3) (Handkerchief)

4) z The department range with the shift keys are as follows :

: Department # 001 to 099 Key Code: 003D

: #101 to 199 Key Code: 003E

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1-19. RETURN ITEM SALE

EXAMPLE

STEP KEY OPERATION

1) (Handkerchief)

RECEIPT

2) z Before registration of returned item,

it is recommended to reconfirm the department and clerk ID. z Key code : 611E z 2 Key code:621E

1-20. BOTTLE RETURNING

EXAMPLE

STEP KEY OPERATION

1) –2

RECEIPT

2) z Assume 3 bottles are returned and $ 0.50 is refund for a bottle. z Key operation: Quantity x Price and then press the key which is used for refund. z Key code : 6236

1-21. VOID

EXAMPLE

(A): VOID BEFORE FINALIZATION OF THE TRANSACTION

STEP KEY OPERATION RECEIPT

1) (White shirt B)

2)

3)

4)

(Neck tie A)

(Tie pin A)

(White shirt B)

(Void a White shirt B)

5) z The word of VOID prints on the receipt.

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(B): VOID AFTER FINALIZATION OF THE TRANSACTION

Set the control lock to the "V" position and operate similarly to the normal registration.

CONTROL LOCK: V position

STEP

1)

KEY OPERATION

(White shirt B)

RECEIPT

2)

3)

(Neck tie A)

(Tie pin A)

4) z The transaction and relative amounts are cancelled completely. z The words of FULL VOID print on the receipt.

(C): CANCEL DURING OPERATION

STEP KEY OPERATION

1)

2)

3)

4)

RECEIPT

NO RECEIPT z Used to cancel the whole transaction that has been rung up. z No receipt is issued.( “ Cancel” printed to journal receipt )

1-22. RECEIVED-ON-ACCOUNT AND PAID OUT

When you receive money not for sales, you can record the money on account by RA key.

When you pay money not for sales, you can record the amount by PO key.

EXAMPLE

(A): RECEIVED-ON-ACCOUNT, CASH

STEP KEY OPERATION RECEIPT

1)

2)

3)

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(B): RECEIVED-ON-ACCOUNT, CHECK

STEP KEY OPERATION

1)

2)

(C): RECEIVED-ON ACCOUNT, CREDIT CARD

STEP KEY OPERATION

1)

2)

RECEIPT

RECEIPT

(D): PAID OUT, CASH

STEP KEY OPERATION

1)

2)

(E): PAID OUT, CHECK

KEY OPERATION STEP

1)

2)

RECEIPT

RECEIPT z Paid out with the keys are also possible.

1-23. REGISTRATION WITH NTX TX1 TX2 AND TX3 KEYS

Tax keys can add tax to the non-taxable item, and NTX key can change the taxable item to the non-taxable item temporarily.

EXAMPLE z 5% for the TX2

STEP KEY OPERATION RECEIPT

1)

2)

NTX

TX1

(Socks)

(Handkerchief)

4)

5)

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TX1 TX2

1-24. REGISTRATION WITH TXEX

EXAMPLE

STEP

1)

KEY OPERATION

(White shirt A)

2)

3)

(White shirt A)

(Handkerchief)

TXEX

4)

5)

RECEIPT z Tax exemption key is used to make all items which have registered non-taxable items.

z TXEX Key code: 6128

1-25. VARIOUS CASES OF RECEIPT ISSUE

EXAMPLE

(A): ISSUE DUPLICATE RECEIPT

(After a completion of a sale, a second receipt can be issued) z RECEIPT ON-OFF SWITCH: ON

STEP KEY OPERATION RECEIPT

1) (White shirt B)

2)

3)

4)

(Handkerchief)

(Tie pin A)

(Issued the receipt)

5)

(Issued the second receipt)

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By setting the flag, the duplicate receipt can be issued automatically without pressing the key. (System Flag 0203, #1=1)

“DUPLICATE” can be printed by setting the flag. ( System Flag 1408, #2=1)

(B): ISSUE A RECEIPT OR A STUB ONLY, WHEN REQUIRED z RECEIPT ON-OFF SWITCH: OFF

Operation procedure is same as the above (A). However the first receipt

is not issued because the receipt on-off switch is set to “OFF.”

STEP

1)

KEY OPERATION

(White shirt B)

NO RECEIPT

2) (Handkerchief)

3)

4)

(Tie pin A)

(The first receipt is not issued)

(5) a) When a receipt is required,

or b) When a stub is required,

Key code : 0045

RECEIPT

(C): ISSUE BOTH A RECEIPT AND A STUB z RECEIPT ON-OFF SWITCH: ON

STEP KEY OPERATION

1) (White shirt B)

2)

3)

(Handkerchief)

(Tie pin A)

4) (Receipt is issued)

RECEIPT

5) (The stub is issued)

(The stub is issued)

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2). TRANSACTION

HOLD

KEY

EXAMPLE

STEP KEY OPERATION RECEIPT

2) (Suspender A) z Then, the customer leaves the place to buy another item additionally.

3) z “HOLD” displays when the key is operated. z When the key is pressed, the receipt prints items and sub total amount and will feed, and the registration for the next customer can start.

(START OF REGISTRATION FOR NEXT CUSTOMER)

4) (Neck tie B)

5)

6)

(White shirt A) z When the former customer returns, press the key again.

7 )

8) (Neck tie A)

9)

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3). FOOD STAMP

Food coupon (or stamp) for livelihood assistance by the government z The keys need to be programmed in advance. key: Used to display the subtotal.

Key code:6119 key: Used to finalize the transaction.

Key code:6118 z Department Flag: Flag 2,#7=1(Food Stamp)

Food stamp sales transaction

EXAMPLE

STEP KEY OPERATION

1)

RECEIPT

2)

3)

4) z FS-CHANGE means the change given to the customer

in food stamps.

EXAMPLE

key : To change a non-FOOD STAMP item to a FOOD STAMP item temporarily.

Key code: 0026

key: To change a FOOD STAMP item to a non-FOOD STAMP item temporarily.

Key code: 0027

STEP KEY OPERATION RECEIPT

1) z Non-food stamp item is programmed to department 3.

2)

3)

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4). AGE VERIFICATION

The function to verify the full age or the non-age of the customer to buy the item, by entering

his (her) birth date. z The key needs to be programmed in advance.

AGE Key-code : 0070

EXAMPLE

STEP

1)

KEY OPERATION

If the birth date is not yet entered though necessary due to department (PLU) programming, the error message “ENTER BIRTHDATE” is displayed. z The date format needs to be set in SYSTEM FLAG 0201, # 6&5.

(Please refer to P2 manual.)

For example, the birth date is 14 th

September,1963.

In case SF0201#6&5 =10

2)

3) If the customer is too young to buy the item, the error message “CANNOT SELL” is displayed.

To work this function, it is necessary to program department (PLU) flag 6, #1 to 4.

(Please refer to P1 manual.)

5). QUANTITY/ FRACTION FUNCTION

You can sell a portion of bundle sales items by using the key. z System Flag0405 #5 =1 should be programmed in advance.

EXAMPLE

A pair of socks sells $10.00 for 5 pairs. The customer purchases 2 pairs only.

STEP KEY OPERATION RECEIPT

1) (Purchased qty)

2) (Bundle sales qty)

3) (Price for bundle sales)

4) (Socks)

5)

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5. VARIOUS FUNCTIONS

5. VARIOUS FUNCTIONS

1). INVENTORY CONTROL

This cash register can check the state of the item inventory.

Below flag settings are necessary to use this function

System flag 0606, #1

Dept (PLU) flag 3, #5

System flag 0003, #1

1= Enable inventory control.

1= Inventory control active on this department (PLU).

0 = PLUs obey their linked department flags

1 = PLUs obey their individual flags

For details of programming on Standard Inventory, Current Inventory, etc. please

refer to departments (PLUs).

You need to program current inventory of each PLU. Please refer to P1 manual to know how program it.

Inventory Report

1) Inventory reports can be printed.

2) List of items lower than the standard level can be issued. (Report # 121 to 124)

2). PLU MENU SHIFT FUNCTION

PLU menu shift function enables you to program max.5 kind of PLU to a direct PLU button.

This function is used to sell one item which has several size and prices are different from each

size.

Below flag setting and keys are necessary to use this function.

System flag 0004 #7-5 001= PLU menu shift level 1 (1 PLU per a PLU key)

010= PLU menu shift level 2 (2 PLUs per a PLU key)

011= PLU menu shift level 3 (3 PLUs per a PLU key)

100= PLU menu shift level 4(4 PLUs per a PLU key)

101= PLU menu shift level 5 (5 PLUs per a PLU key)

Key codes [PLU menu shift 1] : 0066 [PLU menu shift 2] : 0067

[PLU menu shift 3] : 0068 [PLU menu shift 4] : 0069

[PLU menu shift 5] : 006A

If you program SF 011 =PLU menu shift level 3, all direct PLU key are assigned 3 PLUs in number sequence. It cannot be changed.

PLU 1 key…PLU1,2 3 PLU 2 key…PLU 3,4,5. PLU 3 key…PLU 6,7,8

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EXAMPLE

STEP KEY OPERATION

1) [PLU menu shift 2] key (Register PLU2)

2) [PLU menu shift 1] key (Register PLU1)

3) [PLU menu shift 3] key (Register PLU3)

3). TRAINING MODE

This cash register allows you to train an operator how to handle the cash register.

To train an operator, enter the training mode and let the operator do simulated operations.

When the training is finished, make sure to return to the normal operation mode.

To enter the training mode

1. Turn the control lock to the X1 position.

2. Enter the “Training Number” (See Programming manual S position “Password”)

Then press the key

3. Appear “ TRAININ ST ” (Training start) on the operator display.

4. Turn the control lock to the R position.

5. Start training operation.

At R position

The following example shows a simulated operation in training mode and the sample receipt.

EXAMPLE

STEP KEY OPERATION RECEIPT

1)

2)

3)

The training symbol “TRAINING” is printed on the receipt.

To leave off the training mode

1. Turn the control lock to the X1 position.

2. Enter “Training Number.” and press the key

3. Appear “ TRAININ ED ”(Training End) on the operator display.

4. Turn the control lock to the R position.

5. Resume normal operation.

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6. X/Z REPORT

6. X/Z REPORT

1). READ AND RESET THE SALES INFORMATION

The cash register is designed to maintain totals of all transaction data. Transaction data is maintained in the memory of the cash register as long as the system is plugged in and/or the battery back-up system is in effect. This data can be obtained in the "X1","X2","Z1" or "Z2" positions. The reading for the Management Reports is the same whether it is taken in the "X" or "Z" positions. The only difference is that the totals are reset to zero after a "Z" position

taking.

X1 Position and X2 Position

There are two types of reports that can be taken in the "X" position;

"X1" - Commonly known as a "mid-day" reading; prints an accumulation of transaction data and is not reset to zero unless a "Z1" report is taken. Use this position to print periodic

reading of transaction data during the course of the day. transaction data and is not reset to zero unless a "Z2" report is taken. Use this position to print periodic reading of transaction data during the course of several days.

The "X2" report is only available in the "X2" position.

Z1 Position and Z2 Position

There are two types of reports that can be taken in the "Z" position;

"Z1" - Commonly known as an "end-of-day/daily-closeout" reading; prints transaction data and resets all transaction totals to zero except the non-resettable ground total.(NRGT). The machine will, however, still accumulate totals in memory until a "Z2" report is taken.

"Z2" on a weekly or monthly basis (not both) and resets all transaction totals to zero except the non-resettable ground total(NRGT)

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The available report samples of SALE, INVENTORY, TRAINING MODE are as follow.

1.FULL SALES REPORT

2.FULL TRANSACTION TOTAL

3.CASH IN-DRAWER TOTAL

X1 report

X2 report

Z1 report

✓ ✓ ✓

Z2 report

SALES

4.HOURLY NET SALES TOTAL

5.COVER TOTAL

6. NON RESETABLE GRAND TOTAL

7. MIX & MATCH DISC TOTAL

11. INDIVIDUAL CLERK ID SALES

12. ALL CLERK ID SALES

16. INDIVIDUAL CLERK ID SALES

✓ ✓

17. ALL CLERK ID SALES ✓ ✓ ✓

21. DEPT SHIFT SALES

22. DEPT SHIFT TOTAL SALES

23. DEPT GROUP SALES

24. DEPT GROUP TOTAL

25. DEPT TOTAL

31. PLU GROUP1 SALES

32. PLU GROUP2 SALES

33. PLU GROUP1 TOTAL

34. PLU GROUP2 TOTAL

35. LINKED DEPT PLU SALES

36. LINKED DEPT PLU TOTAL

37. PLU TOTAL SALES

101. DEPT SHIFT INVENTORY

✓ ✓ ✓

INVENTORY

102. DEPT GROUP INVENTORY

103. DEPT TOTAL INVENTORY

111. PLU GROUP1 INVENTORY

112. PLU GROUP2 INVENTORY

113. LINKED DEPT PLU INVENTORY

114. PLU TOTAL INVENTORY

121. PLU GROUP1 SHORT STOCK

122. PLU GROUP2 SHORT STOCK

123. LINK DEPT PLU SHORT STOCK

124. PLU TOTAL SHORT STOCK

125. INDIVISUAL PLU STOCK

TRAINING

51. TRN FULL SALES REPORT

52. TRN FULL TRANSACTION TOTAL

53. TRN IN DRAWER TOTAL

54. TRN HOURLY NET SALES TOTAL

55. TRN COVER TOTAL

56. TRN NON RESET GRAND TOTAL

57. TRN MIX& MATCH DISC TOTAL

61. TRN INDIV. CASHIER SALES

62. TRN ALL CASHIERS SALES

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TRAINING

66. TRN INDV.CLERK ID SALES

67. TRN ALL CLERK ID SALES

71. TRN DEPT SHIFT SALES

72. TRN DEPT SHIFT TOTAL SALES

73. TRN DEPT GROUP SALES

74. TRN DEPT GROUP TOTAL

75. TRN DEPT TOTAL

✓ ✓

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2). EXPLANATION OF KEY FUNCTIONS

Explanation of key functions used at X1, X2, Z1 and Z2 control lock position.

(Regarding key layout for reports, please see next page.)

(1) FUNCTION KEYS

No. Key Functions

1 Used to choose the selected item or data.

2 Used to go back to a previous menu or setting.

3

4

7

5

6

Used to jump to specified report menu.

Used to print the selected report menu.

Used to start and finish the operation of cash declaration.

Used to re-start the printing when a new paper-roll is set after interruption by lack of paper while printing reports.

Used to recover from error status and correct a wrong entry.

8 Used to feed paper in receipt and journal printer.

9

10 to

to Used to enter the number selected from the report menu.

Programmed as default macro keys that issue some kinds of sales reports by a single touch of any of these keys. MACRO5 to MACRO8 are available, and need to be programmed.

11 Used to move the cursor to select an item.

12 Used to enter cash declaration.

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(2) PRESET SHEET FOR X/Z REPORTS

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3). HOW TO CHOOSE REPORTS

1)

Control lock position display

● Control lock position is displayed for the operator

Position Display

Control lock position X1 X-1

X2 X-2

Z1 Z-1

Z2 Z-2 DISPLAY

Example: Turn the key to control lock at X1 position.

X - 1

2)

Choose a type of report

● Press the key to choose the type of report.

DISPLAY

S A L E S

Operation :

● Press the key or the key to choose the report.

Number Type of report

1 SALES…………………Report of each sales data

2 INVENTORY………….Report of each inventory

3 T ABLE………………..Report designated by “Report Table” that has been programmed at P1 key position

4 T RAINING……………Report of training mode

5 JOURNAL……………..Print the journal

3)

Report menu selection

● At “1 – SALES” , press the key to go to report menu. By pressing the key, the following display will be shown.

DISPLAY

Operation : F U L L S A L E S

● From this status, choose any one of the following kinds of reports using the key or the key

(The actual report menu ranges from 1 to 50).

1 FULL SALES REPORT

2 FULL TRANSACTION TOTAL

3 CASH IN-DRAWER TOTAL

4 HOURLY NET SALES TOTAL

5 COVER TOTAL

6 NON RESETTABLE GRAND TOTAL

7 MIX & MATCH DISC TOTAL

37 PLU TOTAL SALES

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NOTE

Designation by report number

● How to designate the Sales report group

For example, if you want to see ‘’31 PLU GRP1 SALES’’ report, operation and display is as follow

DISPLAY

Operation :

P L U G R P 1

3 1

4). IN REPORT MENU

4-1 .

SALES REPORT

S

1) Set key position at X-1,X-2,Z-1 or Z-2

2) Choose the type of report

● Press the key to display and the report title “1 SALES” is displayed.

DISPLAY

Operation:

3) Choose a report menu

S A L E S

● Press the key and choose a report title.

The first report title “1 FULL SALES REPORT” is displayed.

DISPLAY

Operation: F U L L S A L E S

● Press the key and the key to choose any one of the report title.

(Please see available reports at page 40.)

1 FULL SALES REPORT

2 FULL TRANSACTION TOTAL

3 CASH IN-DRAWER TOTAL

4 HOURLY NET SALES TOTAL

5 COVER TOTAL

6 NON RESETTABLE GRAND TOTAL

7 MIX & MATCH DISC TOTAL

37 PLU TOTAL SALES

4) Press the key to issue the report.

● How to designate by the report number

From the above display status ‘’1 FULL SALES REPORT’’ group display, to choose a

sales report from 1-50 titles.

For example to choose ‘’31 PLU GRP1 SALES’’:

DISPLAY

Operation: P L U G R P 1

3 1

S

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4-2

.

INVENTORY REPORT

1) Set the key position at X-1 or X-2

2) Choose the type of report

● Press the key and the key then report title “2 INVENTORY” is displayed.

DISPLAY

Operation:

3) Choose the report menu

I N V E N T O R Y

2

● Press the key to choose a report title.

By this operation, the first report [101 DPT SHF INVENTORY] will be chosen.

DISPLAY

Operation :

D P T

1 0 1

S H F I N

● Press the key or the key to choose the report.

(Please see available report No. page 40)

101 DPT SHFT INVENTORY

102 DPT GRP INVENTORY

103 DPT TTL INVENTORY

125 INDIVIDUAL PLU STOCK

4) Press the key to issue the reports.

● How to designate by the report number

1) Press the key at “2 Inventory” stage to choose a report title.

DISPLAY

Operation : D P T

1 0 1

S H F I N

2) For example, to choose the number 111 PLU GRP1 INVENTORY report, operate as follow.

.

DISPLAY

Operation: P L U G R 1 I N

1 1 1

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4-3

.

REPORT TABLE NO.

NOTE Report table should be programmed at P1 prior to issuing the report by designating the report number .

1) Choose the type of report

● Press the & key x 2 times and the report title “3 TABLE” is displayed.

DISPLAY

Operation:

2 ) Choose a report menu z An error occurs when a table has not programmed. z To print the contents of Report Table Number 1

Operation

T A B L E

3

DISPLAY

(1)

T B L N O I N

1

(2) (Report Table Number 1)

DISPLAY

(3) (To print the report.)

1

4-4. TRAINING REPORT

1) Set key position at X-1,X-2,Z-1 or Z-2

2 ) Choose the type of report

● Press & key x 3 times and the report title “4 TRAINING” is displayed.

DISPLAY

Operation : T R A I N I N G

4

3 ) Choose a report menu

● From the state “4 Training’’ is displayed, press the key to choose a report title.

DISPLAY

Operation :

Press the key and the key to choose the report.

(Please see available report No. page 40,41)

51 TRN FULL SALES REPORT

52 TRN FULL TRANSACTION TOTAL

53 TRN IN DRAWER TOTAL

54 TRN HOURLY NET SALES TTL

55 TRN COVERS TOTAL

56 TRN NON RESET GRAND TOTAL

57 TRN MIX & MATCH DISC TOTAL

75.TRN DEPT TOTAL

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6. X/Z REPORT

4 ) Choose the necessary report and press the key to issue the report.

● How to designate by the report number.

1) Press the key at “4 TRAININING” stage to choose a report title.

Then the display shows ‘’ 51 TRN FULL SALES REPORT’’.

DISPLAY

Operation:

T R N F U L L

5 1

S

2) For example, to choose the “62 TRN ALL CASHIER SALES” report, operate as follow.

DISPLAY

Operation:

T R N A L L C A

6 2

5). SALES REPORT BY MACRO KEY

It is programmed as default to issue some kinds of sales reports just by a single touch of any

one of some specified keys on keyboard.

Key position and MACRO key

Key position MACRO key (default)

MACRO001 (Full Sales Report)

MACRO002 (All Cashiers Sales)

MACRO003 (Cover Total Sales)

MACRO004 (Hourly Net Sales Total)

Please refer to “Preset Sheet Layout for X/Z Report “in this manual.

Operation:

For example, to issue full sales reports at “X1” position .

1) Control lock position: X1

2) Press the key

3) “Full Sales Report” is issued

● Macro keys 5 to 8 are available and need to be programmed.

How to program MACRO key is described to “MACRO KEY” the “Programming Manual P1

Position”.

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6). CHOOSING REPORT OF SPECIFIC PLU/DEPARTMENT

(ex. from xx PLU to yy PLU).

It explains how to issue department report, department group report, PLU report

and PLU group report which require specific PLU/department.

● The department report “21 Dept Shift Sales’’, it is required to specify from which

department to which department should be on the report.

EXAMPLE

DISPLAY

1) Turn the control lock to X-1.

2) Press the key, choose the type of report then the following is displayed.

DISPLAY

Operation:

3) Then press the key to choose a report title.

X - 1

S A L E S

The first report title is shown as follows:

DISPLAY

Operation: F U L L S A L E S

1

4 ) Choose “21 Dept Shift Sales’’.

To jump to 21 Dept Shift sales report, operate as follow.

DISPLAY

Operation : D P E T S H I F T

2 1

5) Specify from XXX Dept to YYY Dept about which you want the report to cover.

● The following example shows how to issue a report to cover the department #1 to

department #3.

Operation:

STEP KEY OPERATION DISPLAY a ) b ) c )

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F R O M T O

1

0

1

0

6. X/Z REPORT d )

3 e )

DISPLAY

F R O M T O

2 1

1 3

● At this stage, the Department Shift Report will be issued and the display will return to

‘’21 Dept Shift Sales’’

D E P T S H I F T

To specify one DEPT, DEPT group, PLU or PLU group.

z Key Operation : (No.) → → or (No.) → → (Same No.)again →

To specify plural number of DEPTS, DEPT groups, PLUs or PLU groups z Key Operation: (First No.) → → (Last No.) → z An error occurs if the last number is smaller than the first one or if the bigger number than the programmed maximum number is entered.

To choose all DEPTS, DEPT groups, PLUs or PLU groups z Key Operation : z When the sales report of an individual cashier or clerk is selected, entry of ID number is compulsory. Just one report is available.

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7). CASH DECLERATION

Cash declaration enables you to see the difference between the actual cash amount in drawer and the registered sales amount. You need to enter quantity of each coin and bill in the drawer to declare the amount of cash

1) Control lock position: X-1

DISPLAY

X - 1

2) Press the key to choose a type of report.

DISPLAY

Operation: S A L E S

1

3) Cash Declaration

● Press the key to go into “Cash Declaration Mode’’ and you can enter the number of coins and bills in the drawer.

DISPLAY

Operation:

Q 0

.

0 1

0

4) Entry of number of coins and bills

● It shows how to enter coins of 1cent x 50, 10 cents x 15, and a bill of $1.00 x 20. a) Coin 1 cent x 50

DISPLAY

Operation: Q 0

.

0 1

5 0 b) Move to 10 cents entry by the key

DISPLAY

Operation: (2 times) Q c) Coin 0.10

x 15

DISPLAY

Q

Operation: d) Move to $1.00 by the key.

DISPLAY

Operation : (3 times) Q

e) Bill $1.00 x 20

DISPLAY

Operation: Q

0

.

1 0

1 5

0

1

1

.

.

1 0

0

.

0 0

0

0 0

2 0

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5 ) To finish cash declaration

Press the to finish the cash declaration mode.

DISPLAY

Operation: S A L E S

1 z For example, to issue cash declaration report together with FULL SALES REPORT

Press the key to issue ‘’ 1 FULL SALES REPORT’’

DISPLAY

Operation: F U L L S A L E S

1

Press the key again to issue ‘’CASH DECLARATION REPORT’’

DISPLAY

Operation: F U L L S A L E S

1 z When amounts and numbers of coin/bill are entered, the total amount is automatically calculated. z Press the key and the key to move the cursor and re-enter quantity , you can correct the entered quantity and finalize with the key. z Press the key and the key in turn, all the data are cleared. z It is possible to program by flag setting to make the cash declaration compulsory before printing the report. SF509,#1=1

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6. X/Z REPORT

8). ISSUING RE-ORDERS LIST

Operation:

DISPLAY

1) Set the control lock key to X position.

2) Choose the type of report

X - 1 a) Press the key & the key to choose Inventory report

Operation : I N V E N T O R Y

2 b) Press the key to enter I NVENTORY report.

Operation : d) Press the key and enter the “IND PLU STK’’ state.

D P T

1 0 1 c) Choose 125 IND PLU STK

Operation :

1 2 5

S H F I N

I N D P L U S T

Operation :

3) Enter Re- order List

Enter the specified PLU number

(if it is PLU 50, enter ), and press the key.

DISPLAY a) : To print the Re-Order list

I N D P L U S T

5 0 b ) Press the key to finish and return to “121 PLU GR1 STK”

I N D P L U S T

1 2 5 c ) You can continue to enter other PLU.

To leave from here, press the . key.

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9). SAMPLE REPORT

FULL REPORT

6. X/Z REPORT

Sales quantity of Department 1

Sales amount of Department 1

Sales quantity of Department shift 1

Sales amount of Department shift1

Sales quantity of Department 101

Sales amount for Department 101

Sales quantity of Department shit2

Sales amount of Department shift 2

Total sales quantity of Departments

Total sales amount for Departments

Sales quantity of negative Departments

Sales amount for negative Departments

Total sales quantity of negative Department

Total sales amount for negative Department

Taxable amount for Tax 1

Taxable amount for Tax 2

Taxable amount without Tax for Tax 1

Taxable amount without Tax for Tax 2

Number of transaction for Tax 1

Tax amount for Tax 1

Number of transaction for Tax 2

Tax amount for Tax 2

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6. X/Z REPORT

Number of transaction for+% key

Amount of +% key

Sales total including tax and +%

Gross total amount

Number of Error Correction transaction

Amount of Error Correction

Number of Void transaction

Amount of Void

Number of Return transaction

Amount of Return

Number of -% transaction

Total amount of -%

Number of -1 transaction

Amount of -1

Number of -2 transaction

Amount of -2 key

Number of Discount transaction

Amount of Discount total

Number of transaction for sales without negative sales

Sales total without negative sales

Number of transaction for tax

Total amount of tax

Number of net sales without tax

Sales total without negative sales and tax

Number of cash sales transaction

Amount of cash sales

Number of tax transaction in cash sales

Total tax amount in cash sales

Total amount of cash sales without tax

Number of check sales transaction

Amount of check sales

Number of tax transaction in check sales

Total tax amount in check sales

Total amount of check sales without tax

Number of charge sales transaction

Amount of charge sales

Number of tax transaction in charge sales

Total tax amount in charge sales

Total amount of charge sales without tax.

Number of card 1 sales transaction

Amount of card 1 sales

Number of tax transaction in card 1 sales

Total tax amount in card 1 sales

Total amount of card 1 sales without tax

Sum of card sales transaction number.

Sum of card sales amount

Sum of tax transaction in card sales

Sum of tax amount in card sales

Sum of total amount of card sales without tax.

Number of Food Stamp transaction

Amount for Food Stamp

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6. X/Z REPORT

Number of tax exemption transaction

Amount of tax exempted sales

Negative transaction total amount

Number of –tax transaction

Amount of –tax

Number of cancel operation

Amount of cancel operation

Number of RA(received amount) transaction

Total amount of RA transaction

Number of RA cash transaction

Amount of RA by cash

Number of RA check transaction

Amount of RA by check

Number of RA card transaction

Amount of RA by card

Number of PO(paid out)transaction

Total amount of PO transaction

Number of PO cash transaction

Amount of PO by cash

Number of PO check transaction

Amount of PO by check

Number of PO card transaction

Amount of PO by card

Total cash amount in drawer

Total check amount in drawer

Total charge amount in drawer

Total card 1 amount in drawer

Total card 2 amount in drawer

Total card amount in drawer

Total food stamp amount in drawer

Non resettable ground total

X1 report counter

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6. X/Z REPORT

HOURLY NET SALES TOTAL

Hour: From 10:00 to 10:59

Number of transaction for net sales

Sales total without negative sales

Total amount of tax

Sales total without negative sales and tax

Total cash amount in drawer

Total check amount in drawer

Number of cash sales transaction

Amount of cash sales

Number of check sales transaction

Amount of check sales

Number of charge sales transaction

Amount of charge sales

Number of card sales transaction

Amount of card sales

Total number of groups

Total persons

Hour: 11:00 to 11:59

Hour: 13:00 to 13:59

This is the sample of hourly report starting at 10:00 and time unit is one

hour. For programming, please refer to [ Hourly Table] of Program 1.

Total amount of sales from 10:00 to 13:59

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6. X/Z REPORT

LOW STOCK REPORT

Current stock

Standard stock

Number of Group2: 11

Number of Group 1: 1

Number of Group 2: 12

Number of Group 1: 2

Number of Group 2: 13

Number of Group 1: 3

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7. INTERFACE PORTS

7. INTERFACE PORTS

1). SERIAL I/O INTERFACE

There are 2 “COM” ports and 1 “Drawer” port at the rear side.

You will see 3 ports inside the cover.

COM 2 COM 1 DRW

I/O TABLE PROGRAM

COM 1, 2,

I/O Ports

The following items such as KIND, SPEED, FLAG1, PDT-#, ASC-# and FLAG2 must be

programmed with COM1 and COM2. Please refer to “System mode manual” for details.

CAUTION : BAR CODE READER can be connected only to COM 1 .

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7. INTERFACE PORTS

2). CONNECTION

CONNECTION DIAGRAM

Cable]

8 Pin Modular D-Sub 9 Pin (female)

1 5

1 8

RTS 1

2 TXD

3 CTS

4 GND

5 DTR

6 DCD

7 DSR

8 RXD

6 9

DCD 1

RXD 2

TXD 3

DTR 4

GND 5

DSR 6

RTS 7

CTS 8

RI 9

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7. INTERFACE PORTS

3). PASSWORD FOR PC COMMUNICATION

1. Programming the password

Operation: Turn the control lock to P2

C X 10 times xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

(The same password for P1 / P2 only shall be effective for PC communication. )

2. Protocol

When the PC sends correct password to the ECR, the ECR will send ACK back to the PC.

If the password or data format is incorrect, the ECR will send NAK to PC. format

STX

ID

No.

:

:

‘ ! ’ = 21H

2 bytes 01 – 02 only

Password : 14 bytes ASC II ( 1 – 0, A – Z 20H )

CR : ODH

LF : OAH

Enable PC Communication

Disable PC Communication

Note : Please do not send data to the ECR with ID ‘!’.

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8. TROUBLESHOOTING

8. TROUBLESHOOTING

If you have a problem while operating your register, refer to the following steps to resolve a problem.

Problem: Nothing is displayed at any mode.

Check: Turn the control lock to “ L” position.

Make sure the power code is plugged in correctly.

See “ 4) Control Lock in section 1. GETTING TO KNOW THE CASH REGIETER”

Problem: Sales transaction operations cannot be performed.

Check: Make sure the control lock is “ R ” position.

See “ 4) Control Lock in section 1. GETTING TO KNOW THE CASH REGIETER”

Problem: Receipts are not issued.

Check: Make sure the Receipt ON/OFF key is ON.

If a paper jam occurs, remove the paper roll.

See “ 2) Installing The Paper Rolls in section 2. SETTING UP”

Problem: The journal does not rotate.

Check: Make sure the Take-up reel is placed correctly on the support.

See “ 2) Installing The Paper Rolls in section 2. SETTING UP”.

Problem: A paper jam occurs.

Check: Make sure the paper roll rotates in a correct direction.

If a paper jam occurs, remove the paper roll.

See “ 2) Installing The Paper Rolls in section 2. SETTING UP”

NOTE : If you cannot solve the problem after reading and following the instructions above,

initialize the cash register computer system as described in the section 2. Setting up in

this Operating manual.

Please note that, by the “SYSTEM CLEAR”, both programming and register data will be lost . You are recommended to save data before performing the system clear.

If the problem is not solved after “SYSTEM CLEAR”, turn the control lock

to the “L” position and remove the power cord from the socket. Then contact your local

dealer .

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9. MAINTENANCE

9. MAINTENANCE

This chapter explains the maintenance operations you can perform yourself.

9-1 CLEANING YOUR CASH REGISTER

Clean the cash register with a dry, soft cloth. If it cannot be cleaned with a dry cloth, use a little wet cloth after wringing it out well.

Do not use any volatile chemicals such as benzene, thinner or a chemically treated cloth.

The cash register might be damaged.

9-2 OPENING THE DRAWER MANUALLY

When you faced a power failure or other problem, the drawer may not open.

To open the drawer manually, move the lever on the bottom of the drawer.

NOTE If the drawer is locked by the key, you cannot open it with the method described above.

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9. MAINTENANCE

LIST OF ERROR MESSAGES

Meaning

1

2

3

4

5

KEY OP ERR

ENTRY OVER

ENTRY ERR

MEMRY OVER

PLS CLERK

7 ENTER AMT

8 ENT CVRS

11 NOT PROGMD

12 CLS DRAWER

13 INSERT CHK

14 NEW ROLL

15 STOP RGSTR

16 PLS CASHIER

21 CHK RJ PRT

24 NO SPT TND

25 OFF 5 SEC

26 PRESS CLR

A wrong key operation was done

The exceeded digits number was entered

A wrong number was inputted.

Sales total amount is overflowed

Required to input clerk ID.

Required to enter amount

Required to enter the number of cover.

It has not been programmed

Required to close the drawer

Required to set the paper

Required to set a roll paper

Required to do the finalization.

Required to enter cashier

Check the receipt or journal printer

Do not allow the split tendering

Turn off the power for 5 seconds

Press the [Clear] key

27 PLS WAIT

28 MLT DEF

31 PRS S TTL

34 PL LFT MNY

37 RJ TEMP

38 RJ HEAD UP

40 CHK ECR

41 PRESS RLS

42 EJ ERROR

43 EJ NEAR ERR

44 EJ FINL ERR

45 EJ FULL

48 BIRTHDAY

49 CAN’T SELL

52 CHK INVENT

55 RJ COM ERR

56 OP ERROR

Please wait

Double definitions

Press the [Subtotal] key

Money in drawer is exceed the preset amount.

Heat trouble of receipt or journal printer

Printer header is opening

Operation trouble. Check the register

Press the [RLS] key

Electronic journal memory error

E/J memory capacity is nearly full(less than 10MB)

E/J memory capacity is very nearly full(less than

1MB)

E/J memory is full

Input the customer’s birthday

Impossible to sell due to the age.

Check the inventory data

Communication error of the receipt or journal printer

Operation error

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9. MAINTENANCE

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CLE->RLS->2ND REPT TO

RELEASE

Registered exceeded items/amounts. Need to print out the receipt once.

101 NO NUMBER

102 CASH DECL

104 CA-ID REQD

105 EN CLK ID

106 NO JOURNAL

130 POWER FAIL

145 LOGO WR ERR

152 LOGO LD ERR

163 DATA LD ER

164 WRONG DATA

165 ERASING

The number is incorrect.

Cash declaration is required.

Press the [Clerk ID] key

Required to enter clerk ID number

No electronic journal data

Issuing report is stopped by power failure.

Fail to write logo data

Fail to load logo data

Fail to load the program data

Data in the file is something wrong

Internal flash memory is something wrong

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