PX-6000 series - Globe POS Systems Inc.

PX-6000 series - Globe POS Systems Inc.
2007-5-30
PX-6000 series
05 type
Operation Manual
PX-6600 2-sheet dot matrix printer
PX-6700 2-sheet thermal printer
PX-6750 1-sheet thermal printer
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EASILY ACCESSIBLE.
LA PRISE DOIT ETRE PRES DE L'APPAREIL ET FACILE D'ACCES.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant
to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
-- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
-- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
-- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
-- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
The crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is used
to show that this product must not be treated
as general household waste. Please contact
the supplier of this product to ensure that it 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 the
product.
CONTENTS
ATTENTION......................................................................................................................................................... 1
I.
INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................................... 2
II.
INSTALLATION....................................................................................................................................... 3
Replacing Paper Rolls - Dot Matrix Printer................................................................................................. 4
Replacing the Ribbons - Dot Matrix Printer ................................................................................................ 4
Replacing paper rolls for 2-sheet thermal printer ........................................................................................ 5
Attentions for 2-sheet thermal printer.......................................................................................................... 6
Replacing paper rolls for 1-sheet thermal printer ........................................................................................ 7
In case that the Auto-Cutter on 1-sheet thermal printer does not return ...................................................... 8
III.
DISPLAY.................................................................................................................................................... 9
IV.
STANDARD KEY LAYOUT ................................................................................................................. 10
V.
KEY EXPLANATION ............................................................................................................................ 12
VI.
OPERATION SEQUENCES .................................................................................................................. 15
1. Cashier Log-in / Log-out...................................................................................................................... 15
2. Cashier Sign-on / Sign-off ................................................................................................................... 16
3. PLU ...................................................................................................................................................... 17
a) Manual Price Entry.......................................................................................................................................... 18
b) Repetition........................................................................................................................................................ 18
c) Multiplication.................................................................................................................................................. 19
d) Split Pricing .................................................................................................................................................... 20
e) Packed Sale ..................................................................................................................................................... 21
f) Price Shift ........................................................................................................................................................ 22
g) Price Inquiry ................................................................................................................................................... 23
h) Sales by Weight .............................................................................................................................................. 24
i) User Friendly PLU Programming (new PLU created at registration) .............................................................. 30
j) Age Limitation by PLUs .................................................................................................................................. 32
k) PLU Supplementary Message ......................................................................................................................... 32
l) Gas Item........................................................................................................................................................... 33
m) Store / Vendor Coupon .................................................................................................................................. 34
4. R. PLU (Recyclable PLU).................................................................................................................... 35
5. Media Closing ...................................................................................................................................... 36
6. Foreign Currency ................................................................................................................................. 38
a) Closing Methods ............................................................................................................................................. 38
b) Currency Exchange ......................................................................................................................................... 39
7. Euro Currency ...................................................................................................................................... 39
a) Direct Closing by Local Currency in Euro Currency System.......................................................................... 40
b) Direct Closing by Euro Currency.................................................................................................................... 40
c) Direct Closing by Foreign Currency in Euro Currency System ...................................................................... 40
8. Food Stamp .......................................................................................................................................... 41
a) Food Stamp Closing Methods ......................................................................................................................... 41
b) Tax of Food Stamp System ............................................................................................................................. 43
c) General Type / Illinois Type............................................................................................................................ 43
9. Cheque Cashing / Cheque Printing ...................................................................................................... 44
a) Cheque Cashing .............................................................................................................................................. 44
b) Cheque Printing on Slip Printer (TP-620) ....................................................................................................... 44
10. % Mark-up / Mark-down ..................................................................................................................... 45
11. Adjustment (Automatic % on Specific Items)...................................................................................... 46
12. Item Discount / Subtotal Discount ....................................................................................................... 47
13. Quantity Discount ................................................................................................................................ 48
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
Bucket Sale ..................................................................................................................................................... 48
Amount Discount on Bucket Sales.................................................................................................................. 49
Free on Multi-Buy........................................................................................................................................... 49
Per Customer Discount ................................................................................................................................... 50
Per Customer Limit ......................................................................................................................................... 50
Percent Discount on Bucket............................................................................................................................. 51
14. Last Item Correction ............................................................................................................................ 51
15. Void / Scroll Void ................................................................................................................................ 52
16. Transaction Void.................................................................................................................................. 55
17. Refund.................................................................................................................................................. 56
18. Refund of All Items - REG (-) ............................................................................................................. 58
19. Tax ....................................................................................................................................................... 59
a)
b)
c)
d)
Taxable Subtotal Display --- only for add-on tax items calculated by add-on tax method .............................. 59
Manual Tax Entry --- only for add-on tax items calculated by add-on tax method ......................................... 59
Tax Exemption --- only for add-on tax items calculated by add-on tax method.............................................. 60
Tax Shift --- for add-on tax items calculated by add-on tax and VAT methods.............................................. 61
20. R/A (Received on Account) ................................................................................................................. 62
21. P/O (Paid Out)...................................................................................................................................... 62
22. No Sale................................................................................................................................................. 63
23. Off Compulsory ................................................................................................................................... 63
24. Message................................................................................................................................................ 64
25. Validation (Dot Matrix Printer) / Slip Validation ............................................................................... 65
26. Arrangement......................................................................................................................................... 66
27. Amount Track System.......................................................................................................................... 67
28. Store / Restore...................................................................................................................................... 69
29. Customer File....................................................................................................................................... 70
a)
b)
c)
d)
New Customer File Making in R or SP Position ............................................................................................. 71
Customer File Editing in SP Position.............................................................................................................. 71
Customer File Deleting in SP Position ............................................................................................................ 71
Customer File Pick-Up Sequence ................................................................................................................... 72
30. Cash Declaration .................................................................................................................................. 73
31. ESF Data Print (optional memory board required) .............................................................................. 74
VII.
TRAINING............................................................................................................................................... 76
VIII. PRINT CONTENTS ................................................................................................................................ 78
1. Receipt .................................................................................................................................................. 78
2. Journal .................................................................................................................................................. 78
3. Slip........................................................................................................................................................ 79
4. Post-Receipt.......................................................................................................................................... 79
IX.
REPORTS ................................................................................................................................................ 80
REPORT SEQUENCE .............................................................................................................................. 80
Required # for Individual Function Program Dump (X-85) ....................................................................... 83
IRC REPORT SEQUENCE....................................................................................................................... 84
FLASH IRC REPORTS ............................................................................................................................ 86
TRANSACTION REPORT SAMPLES .................................................................................................... 87
X.
WARNING MESSAGES ........................................................................................................................ 95
XI.
IRC MESSAGES ..................................................................................................................................... 98
Notes
1. The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.
2. We can not be held responsible if other products, which are not approved by us, are used for
options or expendable supplies.
ATTENTION
Thank you very much for purchasing this Electronic Cash Registers. This ECR has many
programmable features, hardware combinations and options. Please consult your dealer as to your
particular requirements, as this ECR can be configured, through both hardware and software
(programming) to suit a variety of different applications.
Please fill in the information requested below:
MODEL :
SERIAL No.:
DATE OF PURCHASE:
YOUR DEALER
(WHERE PURCHASED):
Phone/Fax/Address:
1
I.
INTRODUCTION
This 05 series is POS terminals for retail (scanning) market, grocery convenient stores,
variety, specialty, supermarkets having a lot of functions like scanning system, quantity discount
system and Inter Register Communication, and so on as follows:
Major Features
• Wide LCD display (40 digits, 8 lines) with scroll functions
• Scanning system with 18 digits random PLU code having 22 digits PLU name
• Standard 2026 PLUs, Max. 56076 PLUs (option)
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User friendly PLU programming in R & SP positions
Bottle deposit / bottle return function by using 341 R. PLU (Recyclable PLU)
300 quantity discount tables for mix and match, multi-buy registrations, etc.
Store / Vendor Coupon function
99 cashiers with its own full transaction memory
2048 amount tracks and external amount track function
one store memory for saving all contents of the current transaction
1024 customer files make records of telephone number or VAT number, name and address - these
information are issued on receipts for delivery service market, etc. (optional 1st RAM board required)
3 age limitation tables - item linked to age limitation table can be sold when entered customer's
birthday is over the programmed limit
25 media keys + 10 preset tender keys
Euro currency system
10 arrangement keys (50 key steps)
Scroll Void
• Transaction Void
• Bar code printed on receipt
• Easy-to-See total discount amount on receipt
• 15887 ESF records (optional 1st RAM board required) with ESF print
• IRC (Inter Register Communication)
- Up to 32 units including an ECR master or PC as IRC master (Tensai2000) via NA-720
- Flash reports and flash downloading
- 8 slip printers
• PC batch communication, programming loader module PLM 2000
• Scale link
2
II. INSTALLATION
paper window
for 1-sheet printer
(different shape is used
for 2-sheet printer)
printer cover
printer cover
lock
rear display
1-line numeric, 12 digits
pop-up type
LCD (240 x 64 dots)
Blue/white with CCFL back light
Angle adjustable (see page 9)
power switch
power indicator
control lock
card reader (option)
cashier iButton (option)
Unpacking
Check the contents for obvious physical damage.
Suggestions for installation
1) The ECR should not be installed in extremely hot or cold places, or places which are exposed to direct
sunlight for extended periods of time.
2) The ECR should not be installed where it may come into contact with excessive dust.
3) The ECR should not come into contact with liquid.
Check the following before using ECR
1)
2)
3)
4)
The required peripheral(s) has (have) been connected to the correct interface connector(s);
The power plug is connected to the AC outlet;
The control key is turned to the appropriate position;
The appropriate number of paper roll(s) is (are) fitted.
If SETUP REQUIRED is displayed
It indicates that ECR data might be collapsed because of a low battery condition by battery discharge while ECR
is in stock for a long period. Perform Physical RAM Test and Auto Preset, then leave ECR ON for minimum of
3 hours for battery charge. Contact your distributor or refer to the programming manual for the steps.
When you connect / disconnect the cable for the peripheral,
make sure that the power is "OFF".
3
Replacing Paper Rolls - Dot Matrix Printer
Regarding terminal printers, refer to the respective printer's User's Manual.
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
Lift the printer cover.
Removing old paper:
Press the receipt or journal paper feed key to feed
the remaining paper through the printer or push the
green paper release lever towards the paper roll bed
and pull the paper through the printer.
DO NOT force paper through the printer as this
may result in damage to the printer mechanism or
cause a paper jam.
Inserting new paper:
Place the new paper in the correct position on the
printer's paper roll bed.
Make sure that the leading edge of the new paper
roll is cut straight across.
Set the paper release lever and insert the leading
edge into the printer slot.
In order to feed the paper, press the paper feed key
to the roll you are replacing.
In the case of the journal paper, insert the loose
end of the paper tightly to the slot of journal 'takeup' spool.
right
fine quality paper roll
44.5 mm x ø83 mm
When paper jammed inside the paper guide
Raise the paper guide by lifting both paper release
levers.
b) Remove the jammed paper by hand.
c) Close the paper guide.
d) Then, with both hands, gently press down both
sides of the paper guide.
a)
Replacing the Ribbons - Dot Matrix Printer
INK RIBBON: ERC-32 (Epson)
a)
Lift the printer cover and remove the old ribbon.
b)
Turn the ribbon feed knob to stretch tight.
c)
While tilting the ribbon cassette forward slightly,
insert the ribbon between the print head and the
paper; push the ribbon cassette firmly into place.
d)
Turn the ribbon feed knob once more to stretch
tight the ribbon.
4
wrong
Replacing paper rolls for 2-sheet thermal printer
a)
Turn the printer cover lock key counter-clockwise
and gently lift the printer cover.
b)
Remove the old paper:
Pull the platen open lever, open the paper roll
cover and remove the remaining paper. (When
you open the paper roll cover, continuous buzzer
sounds.)
DO NOT force paper through the printer as this
may result in damage to the printer mechanism or
cause a paper jam.
c)
paper roll cover
Setting new paper:
Place the new paper in the correct position on the
printer's paper roll bed.
right
wrong
d)
Close the paper roll cover by pressing down the
surbased area. In the case of the receipt paper, the
leading edge of the paper is cut automatically.
e)
In the case of the journal paper, insert the loose
end of the paper tightly to the slot of journal 'takeup' spool.
platen open
lever
surbased
area
Press here to
close the
paper roll
cover.
fine quality thermal paper roll
57.5 +/- 0.5 mm x ø83 mm
Please the paper roll whose end is
NOT adhered to the paper core
cutter blade
< When receipt paper jammed inside the paper guide >
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Turn the power OFF.
Check the PIN position is in the OPEN/CLOSE position.
If it is not, use the knob to return it to the OPEN/CLOSE position in order to
return the cuter blade to the standby position.
Pull the platen open lever to open the paper roll cover.
Remove the jammed paper.
Turn the power ON.
Place the paper in the correct position as described in the step c) above.
knob
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Attentions for 2-sheet thermal printer
In order to use thermal receipt printer comfortably, pay attention to the following points:
• Thermal Paper
Please use a designated fine quality thermal paper roll whose paper end is NOT adhered to the
paper core:
Paper type
Single roll thermal paper
Recommended KF50 (KANZAN)
TF50KS-E (Nippon Paper Industries)
P350 (KSP)
Paper size
57.5 +/- 0.5 mm
less than ø83 mm
thickness 60~75 µm
• Paper Cut
Do not pull the receipt until receipt issue is completed.
Cut the paper by pulling to the left or front side because there is a remaining breaking point on the left
end of the paper.
• In case Paper Jam happens
Even if a receipt paper is somehow jammed, you can remove the paper swiftly and easily because of
its cram shell mechanism. See the steps on the previous page.
6
Replacing paper rolls for 1-sheet thermal printer
a)
b)
c)
Turn the printer cover lock key counter-clockwise and
gently lift the printer cover.
Remove the old paper:
Press the paper feed key to feed the remaining paper
through the printer. DO NOT force paper through
the printer as this may result in damage to the printer
mechanism or cause a paper jam.
OR
Pull the head up lever towards the front of ECR and
pull the paper through the printer.
Inserting new paper:
Using the scissors, cut the leading edge of the paper
roll straight.
Insert the paper shaft though the core of the new
paper roll.
right
wrong
paper shaft
paper roll
bed
paper inlet
head up
lever
Place the new paper in the correct position on the
printer's paper roll bed.
Set the head up lever to the head down condition.
cutter lock
lever
Insert the leading edge of the paper to the paper inlet.
The paper is automatically loaded under the power
switch on condition.
auto-cutter unit
fine quality thermal paper roll
TF50KS-E2C (Nippon Paper Industries)
80 mm x ø80 mm
< When receipt paper jammed inside the paper guide >
1.
2.
3.
Raise the auto paper cutter unit by pulling cutter lock lever.
Remove the jammed paper by hand.
Close the auto cutter unit.
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cutter lock
lever
In case that the Auto-Cutter on 1-sheet thermal printer does not return
If the auto-cutter is locked by a paper jam or if something come into the auto-cutter and locked, please
follow the sequences below:
a)
Turn the power switch off. Open the printer cover.
b) Pull the cutter lock lever to right and pull the auto-cutter unit.
c)
Turn the emergency knob in order to draw in the cutter to the direction that the arrow shows.
d) Then, remove the paper or the something.
auto-cutter unit back view
cutter lock
lever
emergency knob
Do not touch the print head by hand right after printing
since it is very hot.
8
III. DISPLAY
FRONT LCD DISPLAY
Display type
Dot size
View area
LCD type
Back light
64 (H) x 240 (W) dot matrix
0.46 (H) x 0.41 (W) mm/dot
38 (H) x 116 (W) mm
STN Blue mode, transmissive
white CCFL back light
Reversing function, Small PLU display [SF-119.g,h]
How to Adjust Contrast
Contrast on the display can be adjusted by SCROLL UP/ DOWN key (PAGE UP/DOWN key for more dynamic
adjustment) when no item entered in R position or WARN MESSAGE# 03 (Cashier Sign-off) is displayed in
other positions. Press CASHIER ID key two times for cashier sign-off.
How to Adjust Angle
Three angles are available.
1. Open printer cover.
2. Insert a minus driver into a hole of LCD cover.
3. Adjust angle by using a minus driver.
REAR DISPLAY
12 digits numeric (7 segments/digit)
not
Pending
REG
used
Price
ESF
ESF
#
%
9
+/-
VD
RF
PO
RA
R-OFF
TTL
IV. STANDARD KEY LAYOUT
LOCK
R
SP
X
Z1/P
Z2
Stroke Keyboard
×
×
RPF
JPF
RECEIPT
OFF
CL
X
TIME
CASHIER
ID
(Fix/Pgm)
1
8
2
00
C
S
£
Y
8
3
10
5
F
11
L
23
X
ADJUST
2
NO SALE
12
18
24
×
SCROLL
30
TRACK
NB
(SMALL)
TTL 1
TTL 2
(DOUBLE)
>
-
SBTL
TTL 3
/
PAGE
DOWN
(CAPS)
BOTTLE STORE
RETURN RESTORE
ADJUST
1
,
REFUND
(A/C)
Σ
29
(SPACE)
VOID
Å
z
6
CR
%
PAGE
UP
(BS)
BUFFER MESSAGE
PRINT
?
<
%2
&
Æ
SBTL (-)
%1
28
Ü
17
@
PRICE
Ø
*
27
22
W
R
$
Ö
16
Ñ
ITEM (-)
26
21
V
Q
#
Ä
15
P
K
20
U
:
REPEAT
25
Z
14
9
4
19
T
O
J
E
13
N
I
D
6
(DEL)
0
H
3
→
1
B
9
←
5
M
7
2
(INS SP)
4
G
PLU
(L/R)
7
A
TTL 4
(ENTER)
SCROLL
ENTER
Ø
CASH/TTL25
option
Control key position range: There are three standard control keys (M, Z, X).
M key
Z key
X key
SP
10
LOCK
R
X
Z1/P
Z2
LOCK
R
SP
Flat Keyboard
X
Z1/P
Z2
TAX
1
9
2
17
10
18
@
3
11
1
25
26
#
19
2
33
34
$
27
3
41
42
%
35
4
49
50
Æ
43
5
57
58
&
51
6
65
66
*
59
7
73
75
9
TAX
SHIFT
1
82
Ñ
67
8
MISC
VALID.
TAX
SHIFT
2
TAX
SHIFT
3
81
74
£
TTL
VALID.
0
Ä
-
5
(L/R)
12
20
W
13
A
28
E
21
S
6
14
(INS SP) (A/C)
Z
36
R
29
D
22
37
F
30
X
44
T
45
G
38
C
52
Y
53
H
46
V
60
U
61
J
54
B
68
I
62
:
70
M
78
<
7
15
23
(CAPS) (SMALL)
31
39
47
(SPACE) (SPACE) →
55
63
71
Ü
ITEM
(-)
86
16
24
32
40
48
56
64
79
80
11
CL
×
REFUND
VOID
OFF COMPULSORY
Ø
ENTER
CR
PRICE
INQUIRY
X
TIME
CASHIER
ID
PLU
SCROLL
.
SBTL
(-)
R/A
BOTTLE
RETURN
7
8
9
REPEAT
TTL 2
4
5
6
PRICE
TTL 3
TRACK
NB
1
2
3
NO
SALE
TTL 4
(ENTER)
87
(CL)
72
SCROLL
(BACK SP)
?
(ENTER)
TARE
8
%3
%2
ADJUST ADJUST ADJUST
3
1
2
85
,
/
←
>
(DOUBLE)
PAGE
UP
TTL 1
Ö
P/O
(DEL)
JPF
RECEIPT BUFFER
MESSAGE
OFF
PRINT
84
77
L
RPF
PAGE
PACKED PACKED PACKED DOWN
83 SALE 1 SALE 2 SALE 3
Å
Σ
P
69
K
N
76
O
×
Ø
%1
4
(Fix/Pgm) Q
×
88
SCALE
STORE
RESTORE
0
00
•
SBTL
CASH
TTL 25
V.
Page
46
Key
ADJUSTMENT 1 ~ 4
66
ARRANGEMENT 1 ~ 10
35
78
BOTTLE RETURN
BUFFER PRINT
15
16
CASHIER ID
15
16
CASHIER iBUTTON
(option)
CL (Clear)
51
CR (Correction)
70
CUSTOMER FILE
ENTER
ESF PRINT
F.S. SBTL
(Food Stamp Subtotal)
74
41
38
F.C. SBTL
(Foreign Currency
Subtotal)
63
47
58
HALO RELEASE
ITEM (-) / REG (-)
JPF (Journal Paper Feed)
LOYALTY CARD
REDEMPTION
(for North America)
64
MESSAGE
67
63
63
21
NEW BALANCE
NO SALE
OFF COMPULSORY
PACKED SALE 1 ~ 3
62
P / O (Paid Out)
KEY EXPLANATION
Remarks
Automatic % Discount/Surcharge on Specific Items:
Calculates mark-up or mark-down on the subtotal amount of items which
have been preprogrammed as adjustable 1 ~ 4 items.
Note that adjustment does not affect PLU sales memory which is shown on
the reports.
Performs sequences of programmed steps (up to 50-key steps).
Useful for 1-key operations such as fixed sales or report-takes.
Automatically returns a R. PLU (Recyclable PLU) linked to main PLU.
- Prints a post-receipt while under the receipt off condition or prints a
slip when ECR was programmed for use with a slip printer.
- Manual line finding operation: Enter the line number where printing
should start and press BUFFER PRINT key. Note that slips issued by
the manual line finding operation will not have a slip logo.
- Used for cashier log-in and log-out in order to record the cashier's
labor time.
- Used for cashier sign-on and sign-off when using the secret cashier
code system for entry into registration.
Used for cashier sign-on and sign-off when using Cashier iButton for entry
into registration by [SF-11.h].
If so programmed by [SF-11.f] and when the cashier iButton is removed,
the transaction is automatically closed by CASH/TTL 25 key, Amount
Track is automatically closed by NEW BALANCE key.
Cancels any information that is entered by ten-key or function key (P/O,
R/A, tax shift, etc.) before registration; also clears error conditions.
Cancels the registration of the last-registered item including function key
inputs such as %, amount discount, scroll void, etc.
Used for making or picking up a customer file.
Used to fix the selection.
Prints ESF data on the receipt in the R or X control key position.
Displays the subtotal of food stamp sales. This key should be pressed
whenever tendering was done by food stamps. Only for add-on tax
system.
Displays the subtotal of the foreign currency by the depressions of F.C.
SBTL key and the foreign currency media key. The subtotal of foreign
currency must be displayed whenever the tendering amount in the foreign
currency is entered.
Releases PLU HALO and Total HALO (High Amount Lock-Out).
Subtracts manually entered amount from the item.
Refunds all entered items at the Z1/P position.
Advances the journal paper.
Used to give % discount on the adjustable items for the current transaction.
After this key was pressed, the loyalty card must be swiped. Then, the
host subtracts the redeemed points from the recorded point on the loyalty
card and sends a message of the discount % value back to ECR.
- Enters an alphanumeric message or digits (up to 20 digits).
- Displays and prints programmable supplementary message by
entering one of supplementary message number 1 ~ 99 by this key.
Used to store an amount track. See TRACK/NEW BALANCE key.
Used for opening the drawer for no sale operations.
Releases compulsory conditions of validation, message input, etc.
Handles the same commodity but the prices are different depending on the
quantity purchased. Three other PLUs can be registered together with
original PLU by these keys.
Records an amount of money withdrawn from the cash drawer when no
customer transaction has taken place.
12
PAGE UP / DOWN
45
%1~3
17
17
PLU
HARD PLU 1 ~ 165
POST TO LOYALTY
CARD (for North America)
36
PRESET TENDER 1 ~ 10
18
PRICE
23
PRICE INQUIRY
22
PRICE SHIFT
79
RECEIPT OFF
56
58
18
RPF (Receipt Paper Feed)
R/A
(Received on Account)
REFUND
REG (-)
REPEAT
24
SCALE
52
SCROLL UP / DOWN
34
STORE COUPON
69
STORE / RESTORE
62
SBTL (Subtotal)
47
SBTL (-)
-
Moves a cursor by a page on the display.
Enters into Scroll Display Mode during a transaction and scrolls up or
down the previously registered items on the display.
Used to adjust the contrast of display when WARN MESSAGE# 03 is
displayed (cashier signed off condition) more dynamically than by
SCROLL UP/DOWN keys.
Enters a percentage rate for mark-up or mark-down of an item or the
subtotal amount depending on the operation. Manual % rate is prohibited
by programming.
Used for manual code-entry PLU registrations.
Registers a PLU with the preset price directly.
HARD PLU 1 and 2 keys are used to complete the cash declaration
which is used to confirm the cash in drawer 1 and 2 at the end of the
day.
After this key was pressed, swipe a loyalty card. Then, the net sales and
tax total are sent to the loyalty card host and the host updates the points
on the loyalty card and sends a message back to ECR.
Enters a preprogrammed tendering amount directly by key depression.
The tendering amount is memorized in one of the total key (media)
memories selected by programming.
Manually overrides the price of a code-entry PLU. This key is not needed
to override the price of a hard PLU. Enter a price, press this key, then
enter the PLU code and press PLU key.
Displays the price of a PLU by a key depression before a PLU, of which
price is needed, is entered.
Shifts or cancels a pending PLU price. Shifted condition is kept for the
whole transaction, a specific item or until the next PRICE SHIFT key
depression.
Inhibits receipt printing. However, post-receipt may be issued by pressing
BUFFER PRINT key.
Advances the receipt paper.
Records an amount of money received into the cash drawer when no
customer transaction has taken place.
Refunds a previously registered item.
Used for all item refund in Z1/P position. See ITEM (-)/REG (-) key.
Repeats registration of the last registered item.
Item is repeated by entering ten-keys and REPEAT key.
Displays the weight of items. Press this key before scalable PLU key is
pressed if necessary.
Used to adjust the contrast of display when no item entered in R
position or WARN MESSAGE# 03 (Cashier Sign-off) is displayed in
other positions.
Enters into Scroll Display Mode during a transaction and scrolls up or
down the previously registered items on the display.
Used for discount by Store Coupon. Press this key after entering the
amount which discounted by Store Coupon then register the specified item.
Saves all contents of the current transaction without having to close it, also
restores saved transaction. Only one store memory is available.
Displays the subtotal amount, including tax. Can be programmed to
display and print, or display only.
When an add-on tax item is registered, this key is used in combination
with TAX SHIFT keys to display each taxable subtotal amount.
Subtracts a manually entered amount from subtotal.
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24
TARE
59
TAX
(for add-on tax system)
59
TAX SHIFT 1 ~ 3
(for add-on tax system)
36
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73
TEN-KEYS
(0 ~ 9, 00, 000, •)
TTL 1 ~ 24, CASH/TTL 25
(media keys)
67
TRACK / NEW BALANCE
55
T. VOID (transaction void)
65
MISC. (MEDIA/ITEM)
VALIDATION
65
TOTAL VALIDATION
34
VENDOR COUPON
52
VOID
19
36
20
24
32
X / TIME
Adjusts the total weight in order to avoid adding the tare weight on the item
weight. It is done either by using programmable tare table or by entering
tare weight manually.
Calculates the add-on tax and prints and displays the tax inclusive
subtotal.
Used, in combination with TAX SHIFT keys, for manually entering an
add-on tax amount and for tax exemption.
Reverses the tax status.
Displays the taxable subtotal amount, in combination with SBTL key.
Used to enter the tax amount manually, in combination with TAX key.
Allows tax exemption by TAX key, if permitted by programming.
For entry of numeric values, percentage rates, PLU codes, report number,
programming numbers, etc.
- Closes transactions with or without a tendered amount.
- TTL 1 ~ 24 keys can be programmed as one of local currency media,
foreign currency media, Euro currency media, credit card media,
cheque media or food stamp media.
- TTL 25 key is fixed as a local currency media.
- TTL 25 key is also used for cashier log-out, cash declaration, report
printing.
Assigns a new track after an amount track number (random 6 digits)
entered.
Stores the amount track temporarily.
Picks up temporarily closed amount track when pressed after the
previously stored track number entered.
Executes all the registrations in a transaction with TTL 25 key
depression. This is available only before the transaction is closed.
Two-time depression cancels the transaction void.
Prints the item validation and the media validation.
The slip validation is available if ECR is programmed for use with a slip
printer.
Prints the total validation.
The slip validation is available if ECR is programmed for use with a slip
printer.
Used for discount by Vendor Coupon. Press this key after entering the
amount which discounted by Vendor Coupon.
Voids a previously-registered item within the same transaction.
If permitted by programming, a negative void operation can be done.
Selects an item to be voided in Scroll Display Mode.
- For use to multiply a PLU or a PRESET TENDER key having a preset
tendering amount.
- Used for a split pricing operation.
- For use of manual entry of weight and tare weight of scalable PLU.
- For use to enter customer's birthday when an age limited PLU is
registered.
- Displays the date and time.
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VI. OPERATION SEQUENCES
The receipt samples in this manual are printed by Thermal Printer otherwise noted.
1. Cashier Log-in / Log-out
Each cashier should log in to record the starting of his/her labor hours when he/she arrives at the store. Also,
they should log out to record the ending of their labor hours at the end of a working day.
By log-in and log-out operations, cashier's attendant date and time are memorized in the ECR.
Cashiers' labor hours are calculated in the ECR by the cashier's log-out operation and they are printed on the
cashier report (#10).
< Log-In >
R
--- cashier code ---
CASHIER
ID
Display
LOG-IN
(popped up)
Option: Log-in operation by Cashier Card/iButton is available.
Simply swipe card or insert iButton.
08:45
JUN03/2003
Receipt
JUN03/2003
L-IN 08:45 JUN03/2003
#001-000001
CASHIER NAME 001
08:45R
log-in message, time, date
machine #, 2-digit cashier symbol [SF-11.a], consecutive
number, time, control key position, cashier name
< Log-Out >
R
---
CASH
CASHIER
--- cashier code --ID
TTL25
Display
(popped up)
LOG-OUT
16:55
JUN03/2003
Receipt
JUN03/2003
L-OUT 16:55 JUN03/2003
#001-000051
CASHIER NAME 001
16:55R
log-out message, time, date
machine #, 2-digit cashier symbol [SF-11.a], consecutive
number, time, control key position, cashier name
Note for Cashier iButton (option): Remove the iButton before log-out operation.
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2. Cashier Sign-on / Sign-off
Each cashier should sign on before registration to ensure that sales data in his/her cashier memory is recorded
correctly. Even if a cashier does not sign off, when the next cashier signs on, he/she will be automatically signed
off.
When the optional Cashier iButton System is selected by [SF-11.h], other methods (cashier code, card) can not
be used.
< Sign-On >
The same operation as log-in operation is used. If this operation is done for the first time after the cashier logged
out, it is the log-in operation. Confirmation receipt is also prined.
R
--- cashier code ---
CASHIER
ID
Option: Sign-on operation by Cashier Card/iButton is available.
Simply swipe card or insert iButton.
< Sign-Off >
R
---
CASHIER
CASHIER
By Cashier Code
--ID
ID
Option: Sign-off operation by Cashier iButton is available.
Simply remove iButton.
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3. PLU
There are three ways to enter a PLU.
1. Bar Coded PLUs which are PLUs programmed to be registered by a scanner.
Procedure: Scan the bar code labeled on each item while the control key is at the R position.
R
--- scan the PLU
It is possible to read the following bar codes:
Source marking, In-store marking (weight embedded / price embedded)
Four (4) kinds of bar code can be used for the above source marking and in-store marking codes.
EAN 13, EAN 8, UPC-A, UPC-E or expanded UPC-E [SF-5.g]
2. HARD PLU keys are keys which are allocated to the keyboard.
Procedure: Press one of H. PLU keys while the control key is at the R position.
R
---
HARD
PLU
3. Code Entry PLUs are any PLUs which are not allocated to a key on the keyboard.
Procedure: Enter the code for the PLU using Ten-Keys and then press PLU key while the control key is at
the R position.
R
KEY ENTRY
1 CASHIER ID
HARD PLU 1 (ORANGE)
scan bar coded PLU (COFFEE 10 PACKS)
--- PLU code ---
PLU
RECEIPT
P-------------1#
ORANGE
P--490220103956#
COFFEE 10 PACKS
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1.00
5.00
PLU code printed (not displayed) by
[SF-68.h=1]
Following are some samples of PLU operation sequences.
a) Manual Price Entry
A preset price for a PLU may be over-ridden with a manually entered price. Turning the control key to the X
position may be required by programming [SF-32.h] after the manual price is entered.
Bar Coded PLUs:
enter price manually ---
X
if required --- scan the PLU
Hard PLUs:
enter price manually ---
X
if required ---
Coded PLUs:
enter price manually ---
X
if required --- PRICE
HARD
PLU
[SF-68.a=0]
--- enter PLU code ---
PLU
b) Repetition
The last registered PLU, including multiplication, can be repeated. Simply press REPEAT key the number of
times required immediately after a PLU entry.
KEY ENTRY
CARROT CAKE
REPEAT
RECEIPT
CARROT CAKE
CARROT CAKE
4.00
4.00
A PLU may be repeated up to 999 times using ten-keys and/or REPEAT keys. For example, when five items
are sold, enter the first item, and register the other four items by pressing 4 and REPEAT key instead of pressing
4 times REPEAT key.
KEY ENTRY
BEER
4 REPEAT
RECEIPT
BEER
4 X 3.00
BEER
3.00
12.00
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c) Multiplication
A PLU may be registered up to 999.999 quantities using Ten-Keys and X key.
Bar Coded PLUs:
enter the number of items ---
X
--- scan the PLU
Hard PLUs:
enter the number of items ---
X
---
HARD
PLU
Direct Multiplication
If programmed by [SF-68.a], Direct Multiplication of a Hard PLU (a multiplication without having to
press X key) is possible.
enter the number of items ---
Coded PLUs:
KEY ENTRY
2 [X]
BEER
enter the number of items ---
HARD
PLU
X
--- enter PLU code ---
PLU
RECEIPT
2 X 2.50 BEER
5.00
Note for Display:
- Entered number is displayed on the top by [SF-119.d=0] or popped up by [SF-119.d=1].
- Quantity displayed by [SF-119.e=0].
- Enlarged quantity displayed [SF-119.f=1]
- Regardless of "quantity displayed" [SF-119.e] setting, enlarged PLU quantity is displayed by [SF-119.f,g=11].
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d) Split Pricing
Split pricing can be done by using X key as shown in the sequence below.
enter the loose quantity ---
X
--- enter the lot quantity ---
Two bottles of beer are sold from a six-pack.
KEY ENTRY
RECEIPT
2 / 6 X 6.60
2 [X] 6 [X]
BEER <6 btls>
BEER 6 btls
X
loose quantity / lot quantity X unit price
2.20
Note for Display:
- Entered number is displayed on the top by [SF-119.d=0] or popped up by [SF-119.d=1].
The calculated split quantity, ".333" in this sample, is displayed only when [SF-119.d=1] is selected.
- Quantity, "2 / 6 X" in this sample, displayed by [SF-119.e=0].
- Enlarged quantity displayed [SF-119.f=1]
- Regardless of "quantity displayed" [SF-119.e] setting, enlarged PLU quantity is displayed by [SF-119.f,g=11].
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e) Packed Sale
PACKED SALE 1 ~ 3 keys can handle the same commodity having different prices by means of quantity.
For example,
original PLU
PACKED SALE 1
PACKED SALE 2
PACKED SALE 3
BEER
6 BEERs
12 BEERs
24 BEERs
2.00
12.00
24.00
48.00
By pressing PACKED SALE 1 ~ 3 key, PLU code for packed PLU is automatically registered.
When 1/2 dozen of beer in 1 pack is sold, press PACKED SALE 1 key first, then enter the original PLU.
PACKED SALE 1 key places the first digit with a value of '1' to the PLU code.
PLU code 100000000000000001
When 1 dozen of beer in 1 pack is sold, press PACKED SALE 2 key first, then enter the original PLU.
PACKED SALE 2 key places the first digit with a value of '2' to the PLU code.
PLU code 200000000000000001
When 2 dozens of beer in 1 pack is sold, press PACKED SALE 3 key first, then enter the original PLU.
PACKED SALE 3 key places the first digit with a value of '3' to the PLU code.
PLU code 300000000000000001
The following PLU codes are set:
000000000000000001: 1 beer (original)
100000000000000001: 1/2 dozen of beer
200000000000000001: 1 dozen of beer
300000000000000001: 2 dozens of beer
KEY ENTRY
DISPLAY (on the top)
BEER
PACKED SALE 1
BEER
PACKED 1
key/symbol #66
PACKED SALE 2
BEER
PACKED 2
key/symbol #67
PACKED SALE 3
BEER
PACKED 3
key/symbol #68
RECEIPT
BEER
6 BEER
12 BEER
24 BEER
2.00
12.00
24.00
48.00
Depending on programming by [SF-67.a,b], the packed sale condition will be kept for one single registration, for
one transaction or until the next PACKED SALE key is pressed.
Note for the PLU quantity
Because the packed PLU code is separate from original PLU code, price programming and management of sales
and stock also should be done separately. The packed PLU is always registered as 1.
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f) Price Shift
Every PLU can have two prices, the standard price and pending price (however, the sales are memorized into
one PLU memory). The standard price is used for normal preset price, while the pending price for happy hour
price, service price, etc.
Two methods are adopted to use the pending prices. One uses PRICE SHIFT key and the other uses pending
price mode by programming. In either case, the standard price is registered automatically for PLU with
"Standard PLU price used" [PF-3.b=0] setting. Set [PF-3.b=1] if pending price should be applied to the PLUs.
Std Price (key/symbol #52) displayed on the top is changed to Pnd Price (key/symbol #53) when PRICE SHIFT
key is pressed or Pending Price Mode is applied.
Depending on programming [SF-66.c], turning the control key to the X position may be required to allow
PRICE SHIFT key operation.
Pending Price Mode
[SF-67.c=1]
PRICE SHIFT key
for one transaction
PRICE SHIFT key
for a specific item
PRICE SHIFT key
until next PRICE SHIFT
key depression
Up to V2.40
From V2.40
In this mode, all items set to "pending PLU price used" [PF-3.b=1] are registered
by the pending price. Pending Price mode is kept until [SF-67.c=0] is set.
[SF-67.d=1]
[SF-66.e,f=01][SF-67.c,d=01]
Press PRICE SHIFT key just before
Press PRICE SHIFT key just before
that transaction.
that transaction.
Shifted condition is kept for the next
Shifted condition is cancelled for the
transaction. If the PRICE SHIFT key
next transaction automatically.
is pressed at the beginning of next
transaction, shift condition is cancelled.
[SF-67.d,f=11] from V2.00
[SF-66.e,f=00/11][SF-67.c,d=01]
Press PRICE SHIFT key just before
Press PRICE SHIFT key just before
that item. (It is not available if the
that item.
transaction is begun with shifted condition.) Shifted condition is cancelled for the
next item.
Same as "PRICE SHIFT key for one
[SF-66.e,f=10][SF-67.c,d=01]
transaction" above.
Press PRICE SHIFT key when you
would like to start price shift condition.
Shifted condition is cancelled by the
next PRICE SHIFT key depression.
PF-3
1/0
bit
1
b Pending price available (see [SF-67.c,d])
0
Standard price
SF-66
V2.40
V2.40
1/0
bit
1
c Price shift requires to turn the control key to X position [CF-1.a=0]
e PRICE SHIFT key remains [SF-67.d=1]:
[00 or 11] for one registration only [01] for one transaction only
[10] until next PRICE SHIFT key depression
f
0
to R position
bit
1
c Pending PLU price used (see [PF-3.b])
PRICE SHIFT key can not be used.
d Pending PLU price used by PRICE SHIFT key [c=0] (see [PF-3.b])
f Pending price used for one item during the transaction [c,d=1,1]
(Deleted from V2.40 and [SF-66.e,f] is added instead.)
0
Standard PLU price used
Pending price is available by [PF-3.b=1].
SF-67
1/0
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not used
not used
g) Price Inquiry
PRICE INQUIRY key provides quick inquires for PLU prices, including the scalable item's price calculated by
weight x unit price. The items are neither registered as a sale nor printed on a receipt.
To register PLU with price displayed, simply press PLU key.
To exit from the price inquiry mode, register the PLU or press PRICE INQUIRY key again and press CL key.
Bar Coded PLUs:
PRICE
INQUIRY
--- scan the PLU --- price displayed --- press PLU key to register
Hard PLUs:
PRICE
INQUIRY
---
Coded PLUs:
PRICE
--- enter PLU code --INQUIRY
HARD
--- price displayed --- press PLU key to register
PLU
KEY ENTRY
PRICE INQUIRY
DISPLAY (popped up)
CARROT CAKE
PLU (to register)
PLU PRICE
CARROT CAKE
PLU
--- price displayed --- press PLU key to register
RECEIPT
PLU PRICE
4.00
CARROT CAKE
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4.00
h) Sales by Weight
ECR allows faster sales by weight when a scalable item or an item having the weight embedded in-store marking
code is sold. Weight unit "kg" or "lb" is selectable and ECR handles scale types such as "standard",
"USA/Canada/Quebec", "Australia", "EC" and "France". The print and display formats are different depending
on the scale type. Refer to < Print Format > on page 28.
Program options
- scale type [SF-5.b,c,d]
- scale print format for USA scale type [SF-3.f,g]
- weight unit kg or lb [SF-5.e]
Contents of this section
< Using Scale >
< Using Weight Embedded Coded PLUs >
< Manual Weight Entry >
< Refund of Scalable Item >
< Multiple Pound Price for USA Scale Type Only [SF-5.b,c,d=100] >
< Tare Weight Entry >
< Print Format >
< Using Scale >
PLUs programmed as scalable PLUs are registered via scale.
- Place the item on the scale.
- Enter the scalable PLU.
The amount is calculated automatically by weight and unit price, and then displayed and printed on the receipt.
It is possible to display the weight also if necessary, by pressing SCALE key after the item was placed on the
scale.
Warning message #76 "Scale communication error/weight error" is displayed if the item weight on the scale
exceeds the limit weight of the scale or the item weight is zero when SCALE key is pressed. Reduce the item on
the scale or put the item if the weight display is zero to continue the operation.
BEEF unit price 10.00/kg has been set. (Standard Scale Type)
KEY ENTRY
RECEIPT
place item on scale
.33 kg 10.00 /kg
SCALE (if necessary) *
BEEF
3.30
CASH
3.30
BEEF
QUANTITY
1
CASH
Quantity count always added as 1 [SF-68.d=1] is selected
printed by [SF-6.d=1]
* Weight indicated by SCALE key is displayed on the front display only. It does not show up on the rear display.
Preset price per "kg or lb" may be over-ridden by a price entered manually.
< Using Weight Embedded Coded PLUs >
Scan the weight embedded items' bar code. ECR calculates the price automatically by the weight in the bar
code, and the item is registered.
Preset price per "kg or lb" may be over-ridden by a price entered manually. Refer to a) Manual Price Entry for
sequence.
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< Manual Weight Entry >
Weight can be entered manually by ten-keys and X key. The price is calculated by entered weight and unit price
of scalable PLU. Manual weight entry is prohibited for USA scale type except for REFUND operation.
Bar Coded PLUs:
enter the weight ---
X
--- scan the PLU
Hard PLUs:
enter the weight ---
X
---
Coded PLUs:
enter the weight ---
X
--- enter PLU code ---
(non-weight
embedded code)
HARD
PLU
PLU
After manual weight entry, the preset price per "kg or lb" may be over-ridden by a price entered manually.
PORK unit price 8.00/kg has been set. (Standard Scale Type)
KEY ENTRY
DISPLAY (item line)
RECEIPT (Standard Scale Type)
.52 kg 8.00 /kg
.52 [X]
.52 kg PORK
4.16
PORK
4.16
PORK
CASH
4.16
CASH
QUANTITY
1
Quantity count added as 1 by [SF-68.d=1]
2nd ~ 9th digits of Supplementary message #99 is printed for manual weight entry message for EC, USA,
Australia and France scale type.
(USA Scale Type)
0.520 kg PORK
*4.16
0.520 kg
Manually
@ 8.00/kg
PORK
CASH
QUANTITY
*4.16
*4.16
1
1st digit of
Supplementary
message #99 is used
for currency symbol.
< Multiple Pound Price for USA Scale Type Only [SF-5.b,c,d=100] >
When "multiple pound price used" [PF-2.c] is programmed on the scalable PLU, the last digit of the PLU price is
regarded as the weight so that the PLU can have a unit price with weight.
When the item is placed on the scale and the PLU is entered, the PLU will have an actual price calculated by the
weight.
HAM unit price 1.00/kg has been set. Actually programmed as "1001". (100: price, 1: weight)
KEY ENTRY
RECEIPT
0.370 kg
place item on scale
@ 1 kg/1.00
SCALE (if necessary) -- a
HAM
*0.37
HAM
CASH
*0.37
#001-000004
15:40R
CASH
CASHIER NAME 001
a: Weight indicated by SCALE key is displayed on the front display only. It does not show up on the rear display.
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< Refund of Scalable Item >
• Standard Scale Type
When a scalable item is to be refunded, only standard scale type can refund the item by using scale.
place item on the scale --- enter tare weight --(if required)
REFUND --- scan the PLU or press Hard PLU key
place item on the scale --- enter tare weight --- enter PLU code --(if required)
REFUND ---
PLU
When a manual weight entry is required, refer to the sequence for other scale types below;
• Other Scale Types
Except for standard scale type, weight must be entered manually. Scale can not be used for refund operation.
Also item placed on the scale can not be refunded by France and USA scale types.
• Note for USA Scale Type
Refund must be done by entering weight manually. Because the weights at purchasing and refund may be
different. So REFUND by using scale is prohibited. According to this limitation (manual weight entry
prohibited), VOID is always done by using scale.
enter the weight ---
X
---
REFUND --- scan the PLU
Hard PLUs:
enter the weight ---
X
---
REFUND ---
Coded PLUs:
enter the weight ---
X
---
PRICE --- enter PLU code --- REFUND ---
Bar Coded PLUs:
(non-weight
embedded code)
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HARD
PLU
PLU
< Tare Weight Entry >
This function adjusts the total weight to avoid the tare weight being added on the item weight. It is done either
by using programmable 99 tare tables or by entering a tare weight manually.
Tare weight should be entered before entering scalable item. Also, when the tare weight is larger than item's
weight, warning message #53 will be displayed.
• Programmable 99 Tare Tables
Ten-keys and TARE key are used to select pre-programmed tare weight.
Tare weight 45g (0.045kg) has been set to tare table #1.
255g of BEEF is placed on the scale. Then, scale indicates total weight 300g. You can see the weight of item
itself by pressing SCALE key.
KEY ENTRY
DISPLAY (on the top)
RECEIPT (Standard Scale Type)
place item with vessel on
scale
1 TARE
SCALE (if necessary) -- a
BEEF
CASH
.255 kg 10.00 /kg
BEEF
CASH
TR-01
0.045 kg
0.255 kg TARE
2.55
2.55
a: You can see the weight of item itself excluding the tare weight.
It is displayed with 4-digit tare weight entry message (10th~14th digits of Supplementary message #99).
• Manual Tare Weight Entry
Tare weight can be entered manually by ten-keys, X and TARE keys if it is permitted by PLU function flag
[PF-2.b]. The price is calculated by entered weight and unit price of scalable PLU.
Tare weight 0.02 kg (20g) is entered manually and 280g of BEEF is placed on the scale.
Then, scale indicates total weight 300g. You can see the weight of item itself by pressing SCALE key.
KEY ENTRY
RECEIPT (Standard Scale Type)
DISPLAY (on the top)
place item with vessel on
scale
.02 [X] TARE
SCALE (if necessary) -- a
BEEF
CASH
.28 kg 10.00 /kg
BEEF
CASH
TARE 0.02 kg
0.28 kg TARE
2.80
2.80
a: You can see the weight of item itself excluding the tare weight .
It is displayed with 4-digit tare weight entry message (10th~14th digits of Supplementary message #99).
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< Print Format >
The print and display formats are different depending on the scale types, such as "standard",
"USA/Canada/Quebec", "Australia", "EC" and "France".
Following example shows a case when HAM 40g was entered and amount .10 was discounted and 5 pcs of
BANANAS were entered;
Standard Scale
place item on scale
HAM
10 ITEM (-)
5 X BANANAS
CASH
RECEIPT
.04 kg 10.00 /kg
HAM
ITEM <->
5 X 2.00
BANANAS
CASH
USA/Canada/ Quebec
Scale
place item on scale
HAM
10 ITEM (-)
5 X BANANAS
CASH
-
.40
.10
10.00
10.30
RECEIPT: USA
0.040 kg
@ 10.00/kg
HAM
ITEM <->
5.000 X
@ 2.00
BANANAS
CASH
*0.40
*-0.10
*10.00
*10.30
Scalable item's name is fixed up to 13 characters for dot matrix printer, 19 characters for thermal printer.
Programmable currency symbol (1st digit of supplementary message #99) shown by "*" above and "0" are displayed and
printed automatically.
Minus (-) symbol is displayed and printed between the currency symbol and minus amount.
Basically, the scale specifications for Canada and Quebec are the same as USA scale system. Only a print format of unit
price is different depending on [SF-3.b,c] as follows:
USA
[SF-3.b,c=00/11]
Canada
[SF-3.b,c=01]
Quebec
[SF-3.b,c=10]
0.040 kg
@ 10.00/kg
HAM
0.040 kg
@ $10.00/kg
HAM
0.040 kg
@ 10.00$/kg
HAM
$0.40
The local currency symbol is not printed.
$0.40
Before unit price, the local currency symbol programmed
by 1st digit of Supplementary Message #99 is printed.
$0.40
Behind unit price, the local currency symbol programmed
by 1st digit of Supplementary Message #99 is printed.
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Australia Scale
place item on scale
HAM
10 ITEM (-)
5 X BANANAS
CASH
RECEIPT
EC Scale
place item on scale
HAM
10 ITEM (-)
5 X BANANAS
CASH
RECEIPT
-
0.040kg *10.00/kg
HAM
ITEM <->
5.000 X *2.00
BANANAS
CASH
*0.40
*-0.10
*10.00
*10.30
*0.40
*-0.10
*10.00
*10.30
Local currency symbol programmed by 1st digit of Supplementary Message #99 is printed automatically.
Minus (-) symbol is displayed and printed between the currency symbol and minus amount.
France Scale
place item on scale
HAM
10 ITEM (-)
5 X BANANAS
CASH
-
0.040 kg
@ 10.00*/kg
HAM
ITEM <->
5 pc
@ 2.00*/ea
BANANAS
CASH
RECEIPT
.040 Kg x 10.00*/kg
HAM
ITEM <->
5 X *2.00
BANANAS
CASH
*0.40
-*0.10
*10.00
*10.30
Local currency symbol programmed by 1st digit of Supplementary Message #99 is printed automatically.
Minus (-) symbol is displayed and printed before the currency symbol.
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i) User Friendly PLU Programming (new PLU created at registration)
This operation is an easier way of programming of Not Found PLU which has not been programmed in ECR yet.
When a Not Found PLU is entered for the first time, ECR displays "WARN MESSAGE# 30" (PLU not found)
with a catch buzzer.
Not Found PLU is memorized in the PLU memory having its code together with the master PLU's programmed
contents such as link group-A, HALO, unit price (if entry skipped), name (if entry skipped by [SF-68.f]) and
PLU flags except for "PLU used for Not Found PLU [PF-3.d=1]" in the following steps;
A new PLU having the PLU code can be created in R position if [SF-68.b=1] is set. All other data (like link
group, PLU flag, etc.) will be copied automatically from master PLU [PF-3.d=1] and sales data for this PLU will
be registered in the newly created PLU sales memory.
skip
< R >---{manual price (it is not programmed, one time only)}---{*PLU entry}-----{WARN MESSAGE# 30: PLU NOT FOUND}--skip [SF-68.f=1] (Master PLU name is copied )
skip (Master PLU price is copied)
---{ENTER PLU NAME: max. 22 characters}---[ENTER]---{ENTER PRICE: max. 8 digits}--The same price is set for the standard and
pending prices.
---{ENTER MASTER PLU: Master PLU to program or CL to cancel}
[PF-3.d=1]
* PLU entry: (PLU code: max. 18 digits)--[PLU] / Scanner / Hard PLU key
Before entering PLU, PACKED SALE key can be pressed if required.
HERB TEA which has not been programmed is registered with manual entry price 1.50 and preset price 2.00.
KEY ENTRY
RECEIPT
HERB TEA
1.50
manual price
150 -- manual price entry
enter Not Found PLU
"HERB TEA" -- name entry
CASH
1.50
ENTER
200 -- preset price entry
MASTER PLU
CASH
Note: PRICE INQUIRY key can be used at the beginning of the sequence. Preset price of the PLU is
displayed when the PLU for Not Found PLU is entered lastly. Then, you can simply press PLU key to
register the Not Found PLU.
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< New PLU for Packed Sales Item >
Press PACKED SALE key before Not Found PLU entry. PLU code for packed sale is programmed to replace
18th code with one of 1 ~ 3. Original PLU code entered is not programmed.
enter price manually
PACKED
enter
--- (not memorized,
--SALE
Not Found PLU
can be skipped)
---
enter preset price
(memorized,
can be skipped)
---
WARN MESSAGE# 30
(PLU not found)
enter item name and
--- press ENTER key
--(can be skipped by [SF68.f=1])
--- enter master PLU programmed to be used for Not Found PLU or CL key for cancellation
In case of "PACKED SALE key remains for one transaction or until the next key depression" [SF67.a,b=01/10], before entering Master PLU, press PACKED SALE key to cancel the packed sale condition.
Otherwise WARN MESSAGE# 30 is displayed when Master PLU is entered if Master PLU have not been
programmed for PACKED SALE.
< Master PLU is Packed Sales Item >
When the master PLU is a packed item, press PACKED SALE key after Not Found PLU entry. Original PLU
code entered is programmed.
enter price manually
(not memorized,
can be skipped)
---
PACKED
SALE
---
---
enter
Not Found PLU
---
enter item name and
WARN MESSAGE#
press ENTER key
30
--(can be skipped by
(PLU not found)
[SF-68.f=1])
enter preset price
--- (memorized,
can be skipped)
enter master PLU programmed to be used for Not Found PLU or CL key for cancellation
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---
j) Age Limitation by PLUs
One of three kinds of age limitation can be assigned to a PLU by [PF-5.a,b]. When age limited PLU is entered,
"WARN MESSAGE# 40" (birthday input compulsory) is displayed. In order to continue the registration,
perform the sequence below;
Birthday input is possible only one time in a single transaction.
enter
WARN MESSAGE# 40
----(birthday input compulsory)
age limited PLU
---
X
enter birthday
or
----DDMMYYYY
MMDDYYYY
ENTER
(date order [SF-7.f])
age & birthday
--displayed
X
or
--- age limited PLU is registered
ENTER
The customer's age is calculated by today's date and entered date. When his/her age has not reached the
programmed age, "WARN MESSAGE# 43" (can not be sold) is displayed. Press CL key to clear the warning
message.
BEER & WINE linked to age table 1 (20 years old) are sold.
KEY ENTRY
DISPLAY (popped up)
RECEIPT
BEER
WARN MESSAGE# 40
03021975
BEER
WINE
ENTER
CASH
* 28 *
ENTER
Birthday
MAR02/1975
WINE
CASH
JUN05/2003
2.50
8.00
10.50
MAR02/1975
customer's birthday is
printed
Note: Birthday input condition can be released by OFF COMPULSORY key depression for one single transaction.
k) PLU Supplementary Message
One of 99 supplementary message is linked to a PLU. When the PLU is entered, the linked supplementary
message is printed above the PLU line but it is not displayed.
SOAP FLAKE (linked to the supplementary message #1: natural) is sold
KEY ENTRY
RECEIPT
natural
SOAP FLAKE
SOAP FLAKE
6.00
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PLU supplementary message (not displayed)
l) Gas Item
There are two entry methods for gas item which are entered with gas amount and volume.
< Gas item is entered with amount >
The gas volume is calculated automatically by gas item's preset price and entered amount.
Enter gas amount --- [PLU (gas item)]
Gas item is entered with amount
KEY ENTRY
entered amount = 6.00
600
unit price = .979
PLU 1
6.00 / .979 = 6.128702 = 6.129 G
CASH
RECEIPT
6.129 G .979 /G
PLU 1 GAS
CASH
6.00
6.00
G or L symbol is programmable by [SF-108.a].
Note: Gas volume unit is limited up to 999.999. Therefore, if the price per litter is $1.000, the amount 999.99
(gas volume 999.990) can be entered but the amount 1000.00 is not allowed because it exceeds the limit volume
999.999.
< Gas item is entered with volume >
Enter gas volume (0.001 ~ 999.999) --- [ X ] --- [PLU (gas item)]
Gas item is entered with volume
KEY ENTRY
20 gallons
20 X
unit price = .979
PLU 1
20 x .979 = 19.58 G
CASH
RECEIPT
20 G .979 /G
PLU 1 GAS
CASH
19.58
19.58
G or L symbol is programmable by [SF-108.a].
< Receipt format of scale type EC and USA >
EC [SF-5.b~d=010]
20.000G MANUALLY
*0.979 /G
PLU 1 GAS
*19.58
CASH
*19.58
USA [SF-5.b~d=100]
20.000G
MANUALLY
@0.979/G
PLU 1 GAS
CASH
*19.58
*19.58
G or L symbol is programmable by [SF-108.a].
8-digit programmable message (MANUALLY ) and 1-digit currency symbol (*) are always printed.
They are programmed by using 1st and 2nd~9th digits of supplementary message #99 (SP-142).
< Note for gas item used in GST system [SF-24.h=1] >
-
Only Taxable 1 or non-taxable can be selected for GAS item. (Taxable 2 and Taxable 3 are not available.)
-
The GST tax of GAS item will be printed on the receipt followed by GAS item line.
-
Adjustment, % and discount operations will not affect GAS item's GST taxable even if they are programmed
to affect taxable 1 by system function flags.
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m) Store / Vendor Coupon
This function is used for discount by Coupon. There are Store Coupon and Vendor Coupon.
< Store Coupon >
Store coupon allows discount for a specified item which already registered in the transaction.
Enter coupon amount --- [STORE COUPON] --- [PLU]
STORE COUPON .50 is used on ICE CREAM.
KEY ENTRY
RECEIPT
ICE CREAM
ICE CREAM
MILK
MILK
STR.COUPON
50 STORE COUPON
CASH
ICE CREAM
CASH
1.00
1.50
.50
2.00
< Vendor Coupon >
Vendor coupon amount is discounted form the subtotal amount.
Enter coupon amount --- [VENDOR COUPON]
VENDOR COUPON 1.00 is used.
KEY ENTRY
ICE CREAM
MILK
100 VENDOR COUPON
CASH
RECEIPT
ICE CREAM
MILK
VND.COUPON
CASH
1.00
1.50
1.00
1.50
Store and Vendor coupon are recorded by separate memories and you can see them on X-03 FULL
TRANSACTION report.
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4. R. PLU (Recyclable PLU)
Bottle deposit and empty bottle return is registered automatically by using the R. PLU function and BOTTLE
RETURN key.
There are 341 R. PLUs besides the main PLUs. PLUs can be freely linked to one of the R. PLUs. Note that R.
PLUs will be printed or not printed on the receipt by programming. Always combined price is shown on the
display.
< Bottle Deposit >
For example, BOTTLED BEER (main PLU) is linked to BOTTLE (R. PLU). When selling a BOTTLED BEER
by scanning the bottle, the BOTTLED BEER PLU (contents) and linked R. PLU (bottle) are automatically
registered independently in the memory.
BOTTLED BEER is sold.
KEY ENTRY
BOTTLED BEER
CASH
RECEIPT
BOTTLED BEER
BOTTLE
CASH
2.30
.10
2.40
printed by [PF-3.e] (not displayed)
< Bottle Return >
When BOTTLE was returned, press BOTTLE RETURN key and enter BOTTLED BEER (main PLU). The
returned bottle is controlled by separate deposit and return memories and you can see them on X-70 R. PLU
report.
Empty bottle is returned by entering BOTTLED BEER (main PLU).
KEY ENTRY
DISPLAY (popped up)
RECEIPT
BOTTLE
BOTTLE RETRUN
BTL RETURN
BOTTLED BEER
CASH
CASH
BOTTLE
-.10
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.10
.10
5. Media Closing
Up to 25 different media (total) keys may be used to close a transaction. In addition to these media keys, there
are 10 preset tender keys, which have preset tendering amounts by programming, available to close a transaction
by one-action.
The following closing methods are available.
Direct Closing :
Press a media key directly.
registrations ---
Tendering Input :
TTL
Enter a tendered amount then press a media key.
registrations --- SBTL
--- enter tendered amount ---
TTL
SBTL key depression is required to see the due amount including add-on tax amount.
When entered amount is over the due amount, the change is calculated automatically in cash if
"automatic change" [MF-2.e=0] has been programmed.
If "automatic change" has not been programmed by [MF-2.e=1], a designated media [MF-1.e for
TTL 1 ~ 24] should be pressed for the change as follows:
registrations --- SBTL --- enter tendered amount ---
TTL
---
TTL
change media
Over-Tendering, Automatic Change [MF-2.e=0]
KEY ENTRY
RECEIPT
PLU 1
PLU 1
PLU 2
PLU 2
SUBTL
SBTL
DUE AMOUNT
CASH
500
CHANGE
CASH
1.00
2.00
3.00
3.00
5.00
2.00
Over-Tendering, Manual Change [MF-2.e=1]
KEY ENTRY
RECEIPT
PLU 1
PLU 1
PLU 2
PLU 2
SUBTL
SBTL
DUE AMOUNT
CASH
500
CHANGE
CASH
CASH
CASH
subtotal printed by [SF-81.g]
1.00
2.00
3.00
3.00
5.00
2.00
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designated media key name printed
below the change symbol
Preset Tendering :
One-action closing to speed up tendering by use of a preset tender key.
Preset tendering amount is memorized in the memory of pre-programmed media by SP253.
registrations --- SBTL
---
PRESET
TENDER
Media Multiplication : Simply multiplying the preset tender amount will facilitate the closing transaction.
This function is available only when using one of 10 preset tender keys.
registrations --- SBTL --- enter number of pieces ---
X
---
PRESET
TENDER
Automatic Closing by Cashier iButton (option) :
If [SF-11.f] is selected, when the cashier iButton is removed, the transaction is closed
automatically by CASH/TTL 25 key. For an amount track operation, it is closed by
NEW BALANCE key.
Closing by Credit Card (option) :
When a media key programmed for CARD key is pressed, "WARN MESSAGE# 48"
(swipe card) is displayed. The transaction is closed by swiping a credit card and the
card number is printed below the media key name.
Real-time card verification function is also available with a PC via IRC line.
It sends the card data (number and payment amount) swiped on ECR to a PC. Then
PC sends the classification in 20-digit message with one of six (6) message types back
to ECR. Depending on the received message type, ECR prints and displays the
classification message or ECR is locked giving a buzzer sound.
Media Options by Media Flags:
Tendered amount input compulsory
Tendered amount input prohibited
Over-tendered amount input prohibited
Short-tendered amount input prohibited for TTL 25/CASH key only
Change operation permitted
This media key opens drawer
Drawer assignment
Media amount added to CID memory
Print format of this media amount with/without zero
Punctuation position of this media
Media (one blank line is inserted by [SF-6.b])
Media amount rounding method
Cheque-cashing function (refer to 10. Cheque Cashing/Cheque Printing section)
Cheque-printing (refer to 10. Cheque Cashing/Cheque Printing section)
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6. Foreign Currency
Any media may be programmed for foreign currency media by [MF-3.e~h] except for TTL 25 key which is used
for local currency. Foreign Currency Media keys can be used the same way as a local currency media,
including the R/A, P/O and Cash Declaration operations.
a) Closing Methods
Direct Closing :
Press Foreign Currency Media key directly, without a tendered amount input.
Tendering Input :
Before a foreign currency tendering amount is entered, F.C. SBTL and F.C. Media keys
must be pressed to show the total amount in foreign currency. Then enter the foreign
currency tendering amount and press the same F.C. Media key again.
registrations ---
due amount of
enter foreign
F.C.
F.C.
F.C.
----- foreign currency --- currency
--SBTL
MEDIA
MEDIA
displayed
amount
The change is calculated automatically in local currency if "automatic change" [MF-2.e=0]
has been programmed. If "automatic change" has not been programmed, a designated
media should be pressed for the change.
Direct Closing by Foreign Currency
KEY ENTRY
RECEIPT
GERMAN WINE
GERMAN WINE
DUE AMOUNT
F.C. MEDIA
0.9345 *
10.00
10.00
10.00
1070
FC MEDIA
Over-Tendering by Foreign Currency
KEY ENTRY
DISPLAY (popped up)
GERMAN WINE
F.C. SBTL
10.00
F.C. SBTL
F.C. MEDIA
1500 F.C. MEDIA
F.C. SBTL
FC MEDIA
due amount of local currency
foreign currency rate x due amount of local currency
foreign currency amount
RECEIPT
GERMAN WINE
DUE AMOUNT
0.9345 *
FC MEDIA
CHNGE
10.00
10.00
14.02
1500
4.02
a
b
c
1070
a: tendering amount in local currency is calculated from tendering amount in foreign currency (1500 x 0.9345)
b: tendering amount in foreign currency
c: automatic change amount in local currency (430 x 0.9345)
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b) Currency Exchange
In order to exchange a foreign currency to the local currency, enter the foreign currency amount and press F.C.
Media key at the beginning of a transaction. The ECR automatically subtracts a service charge amount which is
calculated by a programmed charge rate (Z1/P-377).
The currency exchange operation is allowed depending on media function flag [MF-2.h] for TTL 1 ~ 24.
Currency Exchange
KEY ENTRY
30000
F.C. MEDIA
RECEIPT
0.9345
FC MEDIA
CHARGE
CHANGE
*
5
%
280.35
30000
14.02
266.33
a
b
c
d
a: tendering amount in local currency is calculated from tendering amount in foreign currency (30000 x 0.9345)
b: tendering amount in foreign currency
c: currency exchange rate (key/symbol #14)
charge amount in local currency is calculated from the programmed charge rate (280.35 x 5%)
d: cashing amount in local currency
7. Euro Currency
A payment by the Euro currency is done by an Euro media key ([MF-3.e~h]). When a transaction is closed by
Euro media key, the due amounts in local and Euro currencies are printed on the receipt. If taxable items are
included in the transaction, the Euro taxable amount and tax are also printed separately from the local taxable
amount and tax. Euro amount is calculated by "local amount x Euro rate".
< Display Method of Euro Currency System >
When SBTL key is pressed during a transaction, the display shows both local and Euro amount on the front
display. On the rear display, it switches between Euro and local currencies in one second. Also, it can be
manually switched by depression of SBTL key according to [SF-64.d] selection.
Rear Display
Front Display (popped up)
EURO LOCAL
10.00
5.06
Euro
Local
5.06
Euro
Local
10.00
< Print Formats of Euro Currency System >
Either "Euro and currency symbols are printed or not printed [SF-65.b]" and "one space or no space between
Euro currency & currency symbols and the amount [SF-64.h]" can be selected by programming.
Note: Tax lines in local and Euro currencies are printed when "VAT data printed" [SF-22.h] is selected.
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The receipt format will be like the following samples:
a) Direct Closing by Local Currency in Euro Currency System
Euro & currency symbols printed [SF-65.b=0]
Euro & currency symbols not printed [b=1]
PLU
DUE AMOUNT
PLU
DUE AMOUNT
LOCAL
10.00
DM 10.00
-------------------5.06
1.00 =
DM 1.97719
-----------------------------------CASH
DM 10.00
VATSALE
DM 9.10
VAT
DM .90
-----------------------------------VATSALE
4.60
VAT
.46
due amount (local)
--- only for reference --due amount (Euro) *1
Euro currency exchange rate *1
------------------------------------------directly closed by cash
VAT sales (local)
VAT amount (local)
--- only for reference --VAT sales (Euro) *2
VAT amount (Euro) *2
10.00
10.00
-------------------EURO
5.06
EURO 1.00 = 1.97719
-----------------------------------CASH
10.00
VATSALE
9.10
VAT
.90
-----------------------------------VATSALE EURO
4.60
VAT
EURO
.46
*1
*1
*2
*2
*1 These are printed/displayed by [SF-65.a]. When "due amount in Euro currency printed/displayed" is selected, either "Euro
currency exchange rate is printed/displayed or not printed/displayed [SF-65.d]" can be selected.
*2 These are printed by [SF-24.a].
b) Direct Closing by Euro Currency
Euro & currency symbols printed [SF-65.b=0]
Euro & currency symbols not printed [b=1]
PLU
DUE AMOUNT
PLU
DUE AMOUNT
LOCAL
EURO
10.00
DM 10.00
5.06
1.00 = DM 1.97719
EURO
5.06
(= DM 10.00 )
VATSALE
DM 9.10
VAT
DM .90
-----------------------------------VATSALE
4.60
.46
VAT
due amount (local)
due amount (Euro) always printed
*1
directly closed by Euro
*2
VAT sales (local) *3
VAT amount (local) *3
VAT sales (Euro) *3
VAT amount (Euro) *3
10.00
10.00
5.06
EURO 1.00 = 1.97719
EURO
5.06
(= 10.00 )
VATSALE
9.10
VAT
.90
-----------------------------------VATSALE EURO
4.60
VAT
EURO
.46
*1
*2
*3
*3
*3
*3
*1 Euro currency exchange rate is printed/displayed by [SF-65.d].
*2 Calculated amount in local currency is printed by [SF-64.e].
*3 These tax lines are printed by [SF-22.h].
c) Direct Closing by Foreign Currency in Euro Currency System
When "Foreign currency exchanged directly" [MF-1.h] is selected, the print format of foreign currency exchange
rate will be as follows;
Foreign currency exchange rate =
Foreign currency / Local currency [MF-1.h=1]
Euro & currency symbols printed [SF-65.b=0]
Foreign currency exchange rate =
Local currency / Foreign currency [MF-1.h=0]
Euro & currency symbols not printed [b=1]
PLU
DUE AMOUNT
PLU
DUE AMOUNT
LOCAL
FRANC
VATSALE
VAT
10.00
DM 10.00
FF 33.54
DM 1.00 * FF 3.353876
FF 33.54
(= DM 10.00 )
DM 9.10
DM .90
due amount (local)
due amount (foreign)
foreign currency exchange rate *
directly closed by foreign currency
calculated amount in local currency
FRANC
VATSALE
VAT
10.00
10.00
33.54
1.00 /
.298162
33.54
(= 10.00 )
9.10
.90
* Foreign currency exchange rate is printed/displayed by [SF-65.c].
"Due amount in Euro currency and rate not printed/displayed" [SF-65.a] is selected on these samples.
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8. Food Stamp
The food stamp operation is possible only when "food stamp system" [SF-4.g=1] and "add-on tax system" [SF21.a=1] have been selected.
Any media key can be programmed as Food Stamp Media (F.S. Media) key by [MF-3.e~h=1010], except for
TTL 25.
a) Food Stamp Closing Methods
Direct Closing :
When the transaction amount can be paid by food stamps and if the amount under
punctuation is zero, the transaction can be closed directly by Food Stamp Media key.
If the food stamp amount under punctuation is not zero, the direct closing is permitted
by [SF-7.a=1].
Press Food Stamp Subtotal key before depressing F.S. Media key.
registrations ---
KEY ENTRY
BREAD
F.S. SBTL
F.S.
F.S.
due amount of
----SBTL
MEDIA
food stamp displayed
DISPLAY (popped up)
F.S. SBTL
1.00
RECEIPT
BREAD
FOOD STAMP
1.00
1.00
FOOD STAMP
Bread is programmed as a food stampable item [PF-2.d=1].
[SF-22.d=1] food stamp symbol printed
Food stamp item and normal item are sold.
KEY ENTRY
DISPLAY (popped up)
BREAD
F.S. SBTL
F.S. SBTL
1.00
FOOD STAMP
SUBTOTAL
RECEIPT
BREAD
BEER
FOOD STAMP
CASH
1.00
2.50
1.00
2.50
food stamp item
normal item
The remaining amount for normal item is displayed automatically.
2.50
CASH
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Tendering Input :
Before entering food stamp tendering amount, F.S. SBTL key must be pressed to show
the food stamp total amount.
registrations ---
F.S.
due amount for
--SBTL
food stamp displayed
---
F.S.
enter food stamp
--MEDIA
amount
The change is calculated in food stamp automatically, if there is a change in food
stamps.
If there is an outstanding change and "automatic change" was programmed, the change
will be calculated in local currency. If "automatic change" was not programmed, a
designated media should be pressed for the change.
If it is programmed by [SF-7.a=1], "food stamp tendering amount under punctuation is
not zero" can be entered.
Please note, if CL key was pressed after pressing of F.S. SBTL key, the food stamp tendering mode will be
cancelled. So F.S. SBTL key has to be pressed again in order to revive the food stamp tendering.
Furthermore, note that once one of the normal media keys was pressed, food stamp operations can not be carried
out.
Food stamp over-tendering
KEY ENTRY
DISPLAY (popped up)
BREAD
MILK
SHAMPOO
F.S. SBTL
F.S. SBTL
2.50
1000
FOOD STAMP
RECEIPT
BREAD
MILK
SHAMPOO
FOOD STAMP
CHANGE
FOOD STAMP
DUE AMOUNT
CASH
1.00
1.50
2.75
10.00
7.00
5.25
2.25
food stamp item
food stamp item
normal item
a
b
c
d
a: food stamp over-tendering
b: change in food stamp
c: food stamp item + normal item
d: SHAMPOO 2.75 - change in cash left .50
CASH
Food stamp short-tendering
SBTL key must be pressed to change the food stamp short tendering into cash tendering
KEY ENTRY
RECEIPT
DISPLAY (popped up)
BREAD
1.00
BREAD
MILK
1.50
MILK
SHAMPOO
2.75
SHAMPOO
FOOD STAMP
2.00
DUE AMOUNT
5.25
F.S. SBTL
3.25
CASH
200
a:
food
stamp
short-tendering
(.50
short)
FOOD STAMP
b: food stamp item + normal item
SBTL
SUBTOTAL
c: SHAMPOO 2.75 + cash left .50
3.25
CASH
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food stamp item
food stamp item
normal item
a
b
c
b) Tax of Food Stamp System
The food stamp system requires the use of add-on tax system. If programmed by [SF-22.d=1], the food stamp
symbol and the tax symbol are printed as follows;
FS
F1
F2
F3
non-taxable food stamp item
taxable 1 food stamp item
taxable 2 food stamp item
taxable 3 food stamp item
c) General Type / Illinois Type
There are two types of food stamp functions. One is known as "General" type and the other as "Illinois" type.
The difference between these tow types is the tax calculation method only.
General Type [SF-4.f=0]
If a food stampable item is programmed as a taxable item, the tax is always charged and printed
separately from the taxable items of non-food stampable. However, the tax amount of food stampable
items will be memorized together with the normal tax.
Illinois Type [SF-4.f=1]
Even if a food stampable/taxable item is registered, the tax is not charged unless the food stamp
tendering is in shortage. If the food stamp tendering is in shortage, the tax is charged on the remaining
amount.
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9. Cheque Cashing / Cheque Printing
a) Cheque Cashing
In order to exchange a Cheque for local currency, enter the cheque amount and press a Media key which has
been programmed for cheque cashing [MF-2.h=1] at the beginning of a transaction. The ECR automatically
subtracts a service charge amount which is calculated by using a programmed charge rate (Z1/P-377).
KEY ENTRY
1000
CHEQUE
RECEIPT
CHEQUE
CHARGE
CHANGE
10
10.00
1.00
9.00
%
cheque amount
-- a
cashing amount
a: cheque-cashing exchange rate (key/symbol #14), charge amount
b) Cheque Printing on Slip Printer (TP-620)
A cheque is printed only when the transaction is closed by pressing a Media key which has been programmed
for cheque [MF-3.e~h] depending on programming [SF-64.c].
The following contents are printed on a cheque using a slip printer (the print positions are programmable):
- cheque message (A)
- total amount in normal-size characters (B)
- total amount in double-width characters (C)
- date (D)
- ECR machine number, consecutive receipt number (E)
Depending on programming [SF-64.b], there are two ways to print a cheque.
1. Manual cheque printing when a transaction is closed by Cheque Media key
Even if a cheque has not been set on the slip printer, the cheque printing data will be sent to the printer and a
warning message will be displayed on both the ECR and the slip printer.
2. Automatic cheque printing when a transaction is closed by Cheque Media key and a cheque has been
inserted into the slip printer
In this case, if a cheque has not been set on the slip printer when pressing Cheque Media key, the cheque
printing function will be automatically canceled and no warnings will appear.
Cheque Sample
(B)
(E)
*72.10* JUN07/2003 #001-000049
JOHN SMITH
6-22, Gion-Cho, Daito,
Osaka, Japan
PAY TO THE ORDER OF
(D)
(A)
$ *72.10*
(C)
SAKURA CORP OSAKA JAPAN
Seventy Two with 10/100
DOLLARS
The one the world can rely on.
3-5-25, Tenma, Kita-Ku,
Osaka, Japan
FOR
124 100064 1004
)
55258
13
0276
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10. % Mark-up / Mark-down
The key operation determines whether the mark-up/-down is calculated on the item or subtotal. For mark-up/down on item, press % key immediately after the item is entered. For mark-up/-down on subtotal, press SBTL
key before pressing % key.
The following depend on programming [SF-40~42];
- a manual rate entry is permitted or prohibited;
- mark-up/down amount always affects or does not affect the taxable subtotal;
- mark-up/down on item or on subtotal operation permitted or prohibited.
Only for "-%", turning the control key to the Z1/P position may be set as required by programming [SF-32.f].
enter manual rate, if required ---
Z1/P
if required ---
- %
Mark-up (on item) : %1 key has been programmed for mark-up of 5%
KEY ENTRY
RECEIPT
BEER
2.50
BEER
ROAST BEEF
14.00
ROAST BEEF
5 %
rate is printed but not displayed
%1
% 1
.70
CASH
17.20
CASH
Mark-down (on subtotal) with manual rate entry: %2 key has been programmed for mark-down of 5%
KEY ENTRY
RECEIPT
BEER
2.50
BEER
ROAST BEEF
14.00
ROAST BEEF
SUBTOTAL
16.50
subtotal printed by [SF-81.g]
SBTL
16.50 X 4 %
rate is printed but not displayed
4 %2
% 2
.66
CASH
CASH
15.84
-----------------------------------THANK YOU
HAVE A NICE DAY
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-------------------------------------------------------
Total discount amount (key/symbol #89)
printed with 3-line message (SP-122) by
[SF-3.e=1]. Amount printed in vertically
elongated by [SF-3.f=1] for thermal printer.
11. Adjustment (Automatic % on Specific Items)
The adjustment function is provided for Membership discounts, Whole-sales prices, Employees, etc. Each PLU
can be assigned to one of four adjustments by programming [PF-1.e~h]. Mark-up and Mark-down are
presettable on each item, saving the trouble of manually entering rates.
The depression of ADJUSTMENT 1 ~ 4 keys after entering items will calculate the mark-up/down amount.
After an adjustment key depression, only a closing operation by a media key or NEW BALANCE key is
permitted.
Depending on programming [SF-36~39], adjustment amount affects or does not affect the taxable subtotal, and
turning the control key to the Z1/P position may be set as required by programming [SF-34.c~f].
<Example>
ADJUST
Adjustment 1 key is used for price reduction (2%-)
1
ADJUST
Adjustment 2 key is used for price reduction (5%-)
2
ADJUST 1 : CAKE = Adjustable 1 item, COFFEE = Adjustable 2 item
KEY ENTRY
RECEIPT
CAKE
1.50
CAKE
COFFEE
1.00
COFFEE
1.50 X 2 %
ADJUST 1
AJST1
.03
CASH
2.47
CASH
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.03
adjustable 1 amount x adjustment 1 rate *
adjustment 1 amount
-------------------------------------------------------
Total discount amount (key/symbol #89)
printed with 3-line message (SP-122) by
[SF-3.e=1]. Amount printed in vertically
elongated by [SF-3.f=1] for thermal printer.
* rate is printed but not displayed
ADJUST 1&2 : CAKE = Adjustable 1 item, COFFEE = Adjustable 2 item
KEY ENTRY
RECEIPT
CAKE
1.50
CAKE
COFFEE
1.00
COFFEE
1.50 X 2 %
ADJUST 1
AJST1
.03
1.00 X 5 %
ADJUST 2
AJST2
.05
CASH
CASH
2.42
-----------------------------------THANK YOU
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If an optional card reader is fitted and Adjustment Cards have been prepared by a card writer, Adjustment Cards
like membership card also perform the adjustment automatically by swiping.
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12. Item Discount / Subtotal Discount
The amount discount keys ITEM (-) and SBTL (-) are used to subtract an amount of money from the item or the
subtotal of sale. The amount for discount should be entered manually.
Note that SBTL (-) does not affect PLU sales memory shown on the reports, while ITEM (-) does affect.
The followings depend on programming;
- ITEM (-) or SBTL (-) operation permitted or prohibited by [SF-43,44.h].
- discount amount affects or does not affect the taxable subtotal of add-on tax by [SF-43,44.e~g].
(always affects the taxable subtotal of VAT)
- turning the control key to Z1/P position may be required by [SF-32.e].
enter manual discount amount ---
Z1/P
if required ---
ITEM (-): Amount discount on item
KEY ENTRY
RECEIPT
HAMBURGER
3.50
HAMBUGER
COFFEE
1.00
COFFEE
ITEM <->
.30
30 ITEM (-)
CASH
4.20
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.30
SBTL (-): Amount discount on subtotal
KEY ENTRY
RECEIPT
HAMBURGER
HAMBUGER
COFFEE
COFFEE
SUBTOTAL
30 SBTL (-)
SBTL <->
CASH
CASH
3.50
1.00
4.50
.30
4.20
-----------------------------------THANK YOU
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.30
You Saved
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ITEM (-)
or
SBTL (-)
-------------------------------------------------------
Total discount amount (key/symbol #89)
printed with 3-line message (SP-122) by
[SF-3.e=1]. Amount printed in vertically
elongated by [SF-3.f=1] for thermal printer.
subtotal automatically printed by [SF-81.g=1]
13. Quantity Discount
This quantity discount function provides various automatic discount sales in relation to quantity sold. In order to
deal with these various discount sales, there are six discount types. You can assign one of these discount types
to 300 tables.
When items assigned to one of these types were registered, they are automatically discounted depending on the
quantity discount types, such as;
a) Bucket Sale
special price sales on certain quantity --- even when mixed items are sold different unit prices
b) Amount Discount on Bucket Sales
fixed discount sales on certain quantity --- even when mixed items are sold with different unit prices
c) Free on Multi-Buy --- one item for free on multiple quantities of same item
d) Per Customer Discount
purchasable quantity of special priced items is limited per customer
--- quantity more than limited is sold at standard price
e) Per Customer Limit --- purchasable quantity of items is limited per customer
f) Percent Discount on Bucket --- fixed % discount on certain quantity
a) Bucket Sale
For example, when a sales of three pieces of any items linked to quantity discount table is priced at 1.00, the set
up is as follows;
Quantity discount type
Quantity in bucket
Bucket price
Quantity discount table linked to
Bucket sale (table name: Disct001)
3
1.00
CHEWING GUM A (unit price .40)
CHEWING GUM B (unit price .45)
Three pieces of Chewing Gum are sold at 1.00.
The amount of third item is adjusted to have bucket price 1.00.
KEY ENTRY
RECEIPT
CHEWING GUM A
.40
CHEWING GUM A
CHEWING GUM A
.40
CHEWING GUM A
CHEWING GUM B
.45
CHEWING GUM B
Disct001
.25
CASH
1.00
CASH
discount amount printed by [QDF-3.g=1]
Discounted price (.45-.25=.20) is
displayed for CHEWING GUM B.
CHEWING GUM A
.40
CHEWING GUM A
.40
CHEWING GUM B
.20
CASH
1.00
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discount amount not printed [QDF-3.g=0]
The last item is adjusted to have bucket price.
-----------------------------------------------------Total discount amount (key/symbol #89) printed
with 3-line message (SP-122) by [SF-3.e=1].
Amount printed in vertically elongated by [SF3.f=1] for thermal printer.
b) Amount Discount on Bucket Sales
For example, when a sales of three pieces of any items linked to quantity discount table discounts .30, the set up
is as follows;
Quantity discount type
Amount discount on bucket sales
(table name: Disct002)
Quantity in bucket
3
Discount amount
.30
Quantity discount table linked to
OIL SARDINE (unit price 1.80)
TUNA CAN (unit price 1.50)
Three cans are sold and .30 is discounted from the third item.
KEY ENTRY
RECEIPT
2 X 1.80
2 X
OIL SARDINE
3.60
OIL SARDINE
TUNA CAN
1.50
TUNA CAN
Disct002
.30
CASH
4.80
CASH
discount amount printed by [QDF-3.g=1]
Discounted price (1.50-.30=1.20)
is displayed for TUNA CAN.
2 X 1.80
OIL SARDINE
3.60
TUNA CAN
1.20
CASH
4.80
-----------------------------------THANK YOU
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.30
discount amount not printed [QDF-3.g=0]
The last item is adjusted to have bucket price.
-----------------------------------------------------Total discount amount (key/symbol #89) printed
with 3-line message (SP-122) by [SF-3.e=1].
Amount printed in vertically elongated by [SF3.f=1] for thermal printer.
c) Free on Multi-Buy
For example, when a sales of the same three items linked to quantity discount table registers one item for free,
the set up is as follows;
Quantity discount type
Free on multi-buy
(table name: Disct003)
Quantity in bucket
3
Discount amount
not programmed
Quantity discount table linked to
TOOTH PASTE (unit price 1.50)
Two tooth pastes are sold and one extra tooth paste is sold as free.
KEY ENTRY
RECEIPT
TOOTH PASTE
1.50
TOOTH PASTE
TOOTH PASTE
1.50
TOOTH PASTE
TOOTH PASTE
1.50
TOOTH PASTE
Disct003
1.50
CASH
3.00
CASH
discount amount printed by [QDF-3.g=1]
".00" (free) is displayed for the
last TOOTH PASTE.
TOOTH PASTE
1.50
TOOTH PASTE
1.50
TOOTH PASTE
.00
CASH
3.00
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1.50
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discount amount not printed [QDF-3.g=0]
The last item is printed as free.
-----------------------------------------------------Total discount amount (key/symbol #89) printed
with 3-line message (SP-122) by [SF-3.e=1].
Amount printed in vertically elongated by [SF3.f=1] for thermal printer.
d) Per Customer Discount
For example, when special price items are sold, and up to two items linked to quantity discount table are sold at
the special price but other items are sold at their standard price, the set up is as follows;
Quantity discount type
Quantity in bucket
Discount amount
Quantity discount table linked to
Per customer discount
(table name: Disct004)
2
.50
MIXED VEGETABLE
(unit price 1.50, special price 1.00)
CORN CAN
(unit price 2.50, special price 2.00)
Up to two items are sold at the special price.
KEY ENTRY
RECEIPT
MIXED VEGETABLE
MIXED VEGETABLE
Disct004
CORN CAN
CORN CAN
CORN CAN
Disct004
CORN CAN
CASH
1.50
.50
2.50
.50
2.50
5.50
CASH
discount amount printed by [QDF-3.g=1]
discount amount printed by [QDF-3.g=1]
sold at normal price
Discounted prices are displayed
for first two items.
MIXED VEGETABLE
1.00
CORN CAN
2.00
CORN CAN
2.50
CASH
5.50
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1.00
discount amount not printed [QDF-3.g=0]
discount amount not printed [QDF-3.g=0]
-----------------------------------------------------Total discount amount (key/symbol #89) printed
with 3-line message (SP-122) by [SF-3.e=1].
Amount printed in vertically elongated by [SF3.f=1] for thermal printer.
e) Per Customer Limit
Purchasable quantity of items are limited per customer. For example, up to two items linked to quantity discount
table are sold, the third item can not be entered. Then the set up is as follows;
Quantity discount type
Quantity in bucket
Discount amount
Quantity discount table linked to
Per customer limit
(table name: Disct005 -- not printed)
2
not programmed
DETERGENT (unit price 4.50)
Up to two detergents are sold. Third detergent entry caused a warning message.
KEY ENTRY
DISPLAY (popped up)
RECEIPT
DETERGENT
DETERGENT
DETERGENT
DETERGENT
CASH
DETERGENT
WARN MESSAGE# 50
CL
CASH
50
4.50
4.50
9.00
f) Percent Discount on Bucket
For example, when a sales of three items linked to quantity discount table is made with 10% discount, the set up
is as follows;
Quantity discount type
Quantity in bucket
Discount %
Quantity discount table linked to
Percent discount on bucket
(table name: Disct006)
3
10%
T-SHIRT A (unit price 8.50)
T-SHIRT B (unit price 9.50)
Three T-shirts are sold and 10% discounted from the sales.
KEY ENTRY
RECEIPT
2 X 8.50
2 X T-SHIRT A
T-SHIRT A
T-SHIRT B
T-SHIRT B
CASH
Disct006
17.00
9.50
2.65
23.85
CASH
discount amount printed by [QDF-3.g=1]
2.65 = (17.00+9.50) x 10% discount
Discounted price (9.50-2.65=6.85)
is displayed for T-SHIRT B.
2 X 8.50
T-SHIRT A
17.00
T-SHIRT B
6.85
CASH
23.85
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2.65
discount amount not printed [QDF-3.g=0]
-----------------------------------------------------Total discount amount (key/symbol #89) printed
with 3-line message (SP-122) by [SF-3.e=1].
Amount printed in vertically elongated by [SF3.f=1] for thermal printer.
14. Last Item Correction
CR key is used to cancel the last-registered item.
Press CR key immediately after the wrong item or the wrong function key is registered. The corrected item is
never printed on the post-receipt and slip printer.
COFFEE is corrected.
KEY ENTRY
DISPLAY
CAKE
COFFEE
"CORRECTED" is displayed on
CR
the corrected item line.
CASH
RECEIPT
CAKE
COFFEE
------------ CORRECTED
CASH
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1.50
1.00
-----------1.50
15. Void / Scroll Void
VOID key allows you to void an item registered in ongoing transaction. (In order to void an item registered by a
series of key depression, the same key operation must be repeated.)
If a PLU has been registered for the items below, Scroll Void function is useful to void them. Scroll Void voids
all these additional entries on the PLU automatically. So the same key operation is not required to repeat. Refer
to the next page for the sequence.
Manual price entry, Multiplication, Split pricing, Item (-), % on item
Bar Coded PLUs:
repeat same key operations
---
VOID
--- scan the PLU
---
VOID
---
(manual price, multiplication, etc.)
Hard PLUs:
repeat same key operations
(manual price, multiplication, etc.)
Coded PLUs:
repeat same key operations
HARD
PLU
VOID
--- enter PLU code ---
---
PLU
(manual price, multiplication, etc.)
Depending on programming [SF-32.d], turning the control key to the Z1/P position may be required to allow
voiding operations.
repeat same key
operations for voided item
--- Z1/P
Two ICE CREAMs are voided.
KEY ENTRY
DISPLAY
2 [X]
2 X ICE CREAM
ICE CREAM
CAKE
CAKE
2 [X] VOID
ICE CREAM
CASH
if required ---
VOID ---
R
--- enter the PLU
RECEIPT
VOID
2.00
1.50
2 X 1.00
ICE CREAM
CAKE
2 X 1.00
ICE CREAM
2.00
1.50
2.00
VOID
CASH
<R > RECEIPT ON
1.50
3.50
Std Price
2 X ICE CREAM
CAKE
-2 X ICE CREAM
CASH
2.00
1.50
-2.00
1.50
<R > RECEIPT ON
0.00
< Amount Track >
Items registered in an Amount Track can be canceled by voiding the previous item at any time before closing by
a media key.
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Scroll Void
During a transaction, you can SCROLL through or PAGE UP/DOWN to view all registered items and select
items you wish to void.
1.
During a transaction, press SCROLL or PAGE UP/DOWN key to enter scroll display mode.
2.
Select an item you wish to void and press VOID key. (Press CR key to cancel the void selection.)
3.
Selected items are finally voided by ENTER or CASH/TTL 25 key by [SF-117.a].
Registrations
SCROLL,
PAGE
UP/DOWN
leads you into the scroll display mode and cursor shows the last registered item
SCROLL
UP/DOWN
scrolls up/down
PAGE
UP/DOWN
scrolls up to the 1st registered item
scrolls down to the last registered item
marks the item to be voided
(they will not be voided until ENTER or TTL 25 key is pressed,
press CR key to cancel the void selection)
VOID
CR
continues registration
cancels the void selection for this item
ENTER
or
TTL 25
voids the selected items and exits from the scroll display mode
ENTER key only: [SF-117.a=1]
ENTER and TTL 25 keys: [SF-117.a=0]
Scroll Void Operation Sequence
Two ICE CREAMs entered with a manual price are voided.
KEY ENTRY
KEY EXPLANATION
RECEIPT
2 [X] 100
multiplication and manual price entry are done 2 X 1.00
MINT ICE CREAM
2.00
MINT ICE CREAM
CAKE
1.50
CAKE
2 X 1.00
SCROLL,PAGE UP/DOWN (1) enters into the scroll display mode
MINT ICE CREAM
2.00
VOID
("SCROLL DISPLAY MODE" is displayed
CASH
1.50
on the top.)
SCROLL UP
(2) moves cursor to 2 X MINT ICE CREAM
VOID
(3) selects item to be voided ("VOID" is displayed on the item to be voided.)
No need to repeat the entries of multiplication and manual price entry.
They are voided automatically when ENTER or CASH/TTL 25 is pressed.
ENTER or CASH/TTL 25 (4) voids the selected items and exists from the scroll display mode
CASH
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< Notes for Scroll Void >
If a PLU has been registered with the following items, all these additional entries on the PLU are also selected
automatically as void items;
- manual price entry
- multiplication, split pricing
- discount amount on item
- % on item
If the following operations on subtotal have been done, selecting void items are not operational until those
operations are voided first by exiting from Scroll Void mode;
- discount amount on subtotal
- % on subtotal
- adjustment
- vendor coupon
If the following operations have been done, selecting void items are no longer operational. Then perform REG
(-) operation instead of Scroll Void.
- quantity discount item
- manual tax entry
- tax exemption
- tendering amount entry
Message entry and amount track number can be selected for the Scroll Void operation.
Scroll Void is not operational when the functions of real-time communication are selected by [SF-4.a~d].
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16. Transaction Void
Transaction Void can be done if you wish to cancel all the registrations in a transaction.
This is available only before the transaction is closed. (Transaction Void is not operational when the
functions of real-time communication are selected by [SF-4.a~d].)
In order to cancel all the registrations, simply press TRANSACTION VOID key.
Then, the ECR shows Warning Message #67 "Are you sure to execute Transaction Void?".
Press CASH/TTL 25 key to execute it (ENTER key is not available) or press TRANSACTION VOID key
again to cancel it.
registrations ---
CASH
T.VOID --- WM-#67 ----TTL25
--- T.VOID
executes transaction void
cancels transaction void
When [SF-32.d] is selected, you must turn the control key to the Z1/P position to allow transaction void.
Transaction Void
KEY ENTRY
ICE CREAM
CAKE
T.VOID
CASH/TTL 25
DISPLAY (on the top)
RECEIPT
ICE CREAM
CAKE
1.00
1.50
T.VOID
WARN MESSAGE# 67
If the following operations have been done, Transaction Void is no longer operational. Then perform REG (-)
operation instead of Transaction Void.
- quantity discount item
- manual tax entry
- tax exemption
- tendering amount entry
You can see the count and amount of Transaction Void on X-03 FULL TRANSACTION report.
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17. Refund
REFUND key is used to refund a registered item after the transaction has been closed.
The ECR will not check to see if the refunded item was actually registered.
In order to refund an item registered by a series of key depression, the same key operation must be repeated.
Press REFUND key after entering the data (PLU code, manual price, etc.).
Bar Coded PLUs:
repeat same key operations
--- REFUND --- scan the PLU
(manual price, multiplication, etc.)
Hard PLUs:
repeat same key operations
--- REFUND ---
(manual price, multiplication, etc.)
Coded PLUs:
repeat same key operations
HARD
PLU
--- enter PLU code --- REFUND ---
PLU
(manual price, multiplication, etc.)
When [SF-32.c] is selected, you must turn the control key to the Z1/P position to do refund operation.
repeat same key operations --for refunded item
Z1/P
ORANGE JUICE is refunded.
KEY ENTRY
DISPLAY (on the top)
REFND
REFUND
ORANGE JUICE
CASH
SLIP PRINTER
if required ---
REFUND ---
R
--- enter the PLU
RECEIPT
ORANGE JUICE
2.00
REFND
CASH
ORANGE JUICE
CASH
2.00
2.00
2.00
The refunded item is printed on the slip printer with a minus
symbol but with no refund message.
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Refund of Transaction with Subtotal Discount
Refund with Subtotal Discount can be done by the following operation although you can use REG (-) function in
Z1/P position (see next page). REFUND key must be pressed before SBTL (-) key.
1.
2.
3.
Refund all items.
Enter discount amount and press REFUND and SBTL(-) keys.
Close the transaction by pressing TOTAL (media) key.
Refund of Subtotal Discount
can be skipped
----- REFUND ---
item -----
SBTL --- discount amount ---
SBTL
(-)
---
TTL
must be
pressed
Refund all items
Refund including Subtotal Discount
KEY ENTRY
REFUND ---
RECEIPT
(before refund with subtotal discount)
REFUND BEER
REFUND WHITE WINE
BEER
WHITE WINE
SBTL <->
CASH
2.50
5.00
.50
7.00
50 REFUND SBTL(-)
(after refund)
CASH
BEER
WHITE WINE
SBTL <->
2.50
5.00
.50
REFND
CASH
7.00
Refund with Item Discount
Refund with item discount can be done by the following operation. NOT necessary to press REFUND key
before ITEM (-) key.
1.
Refund item.
2. Enter discount amount and press ITEM (-) key.
REFUND ---
item --- discount amount ---
ITEM
(-)
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18. Refund of All Items - REG (-)
In Z1/P position, ITEM (-) key is used to refund all entered items also.
After ITEM (-) key is pressed, enter the items which you wish to refund. Then close the REG minus transaction
by pressing one of the Media keys. REG minus message is printed on the first and last lines of the receipt.
turn to Z1/P position ---
KEY ENTRY
ITEM
(-)
--- enter the items you wish to refund ---
DISPLAY (on the top)
MEDIA
RECEIPT
Z1/P position
ITEM (-)
ORANGE JUICE
APPLE JUICE
CASH
REG -
************ REG - *************
ORANGE JUICE
2.00
APPLE JUICE
2.00
CASH
4.00
************ REG - *************
During REG (-) operation, LCD display is inverted. If [SF-119.b=1] is selected, LCD display is not inverted.
You can see the count and amount of REG (-) on X-03 FULL TRANSACTION report.
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19. Tax
Either a VAT system or add-on tax system can be programmed. Tax status can be programmed for each PLU.
Add-On Tax System [SF-21.a=1]
VAT System [a=0]
Up to 3 tax rates or tax tables.
Number of tax rates
Up to 7 tax rates.
Tax is calculated by "add-on tax method" or
"VAT method" by [SF-21.f~h].
Tax calculation method
Add-on tax method:
Tax amount is charged separately from the price.
VAT method: Tax amount is included in the price.
Operations
Taxable subtotal display
Manual tax amount entry
Automatic tax exemption
Manual tax exemption
Tax shift
Programmable print items [SF-22]
Tax symbol printed [SF-22.d]
Taxable amount printed [e]
Tax amounts printed separately/consolidated [g]
Zero tax amount printed [f]
VAT data printed [h]
VAT taxable amount printed with tax [c]
add-on tax method
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
add-on tax method
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
-----
VAT method
No
No
No
No
Yes
VAT method
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Tax amount is
included in the
price.
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
a) Taxable Subtotal Display --- only for add-on tax items calculated by add-on tax method
Taxable Subtotal Display
PLU entry ---
TAX
SHIFT
1~3
Display Example
---
TAX
(popped up)
SBTL
The taxable subtotal is displayed by using the
proper TAX SHIFT key and SBTL key
immediately after registering the PLU.
→
2
TXSL2
2.00
b) Manual Tax Entry --- only for add-on tax items calculated by add-on tax method
Manual Tax Entry
PLU entry --- manual tax amount ---
TAX
---
TAX
SHIFT
1~3
After it is performed, all other operations are prohibited, except for a media closing.
Display Example
TAX
.20
(popped up)
→
TAX 2
.20
RECEIPT
PLU-NAME 0001
PLU-NAME 0002
TXSL2
TAX 2
CASH
1.00
2.00
2.00
0.20
3.20
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non-taxable item
taxable 2 item
manual tax
c) Tax Exemption --- only for add-on tax items calculated by add-on tax method
Manual Tax Exemption
(available if permitted by programming [SF-23.b~d])
PLU entry ---
TAX
SHIFT
1~3
TAX
---
This may be used at the end of a transaction to exempt the whole transaction from a particular
tax rate, e.g. the whole sale could be exempted from Tax 2.
After it is performed, all other operations are prohibited, except for a media closing.
Display Example
(popped up)
TAX 2
→
TAX 2 EXEMPT
RECEIPT
PLU-NAME 0001
1.00
PLU-NAME 0002
2.00
TXSL2
2.00
TAX 2--------------------- .00
CASH
3.00
non-taxable item
taxable 2 item
tax 2 exempted manually
< Automatic Tax Exemption >
If the tax exemption limit amount is programmed by SP-108, the tax amount is automatically exempted
according to the taxable subtotal amount.
Tax exemption limit amount is set to 1.00.
KEY ENTRY
RECEIPT
PLU-NAME 0001
PLU 1
TXSL1
CASH
TAX 1
1.00
1.00
.00
1.00
CASH
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automatic tax exemption
d) Tax Shift --- for add-on tax items calculated by add-on tax and VAT methods
Tax status is changed by TAX SHIFT 1 ~ 3 keys.
Tax Shift for Bar Coded PLU :
TAX
SHIFT
1~3
---
scanner
Tax Shift for Hard PLU :
TAX
SHIFT
1~3
---
HARD
PLU
TAX
PLU code entry --- SHIFT
1~3
---
PLU
Tax Shift for Coded PLU :
< Tax Shift on items calculated by VAT method >
Depression of a tax shift key changes a tax status to a different VAT tax status.
TAX SHIFT KEY PRESSED
TAX SHIFT 1 key TAX SHIFT 2 key TAX SHIFT 3 key
Non-taxable & VAT taxable
items are changed to ...
taxable 1
taxable 2
taxable 3
< Tax Shift on items calculated by Add-on tax method >
Tax shift can also be used with the add-on tax items but in a way which is different from the VAT items. If the
pressed TAX SHIFT key number and the item's tax number are the same, the item will become non-taxable. If
the pressed TAX SHIFT key number and the item's tax number are different, the tax status will be both the
original item's tax status and the shifted tax status as follows:
ADD-ON TAX STATUS
Non-taxable item
Taxable 1 item
Taxable 2 item
Taxable 3 item
Taxable 1 & 2 item
Taxable 1 & 3 item
Taxable 2 & 3 item
Taxable 1, 2 & 3 item
TAX SHIFT KEY PRESSED
TAX SHIFT 1 key TAX SHIFT 2 key TAX SHIFT 3 key
taxable 1
taxable 2
taxable 3
non-taxable
taxable 1 & 2
taxable 1 & 3
non-taxable
taxable 1 & 2
taxable 2 & 3
non-taxable
taxable 1 & 3
taxable 2 & 3
taxable 2
taxable 1
taxable 1, 2 & 3
taxable 3
taxable 1, 2 & 3 taxable 1
taxable 1, 2 & 3
taxable 3
taxable 2
taxable 2 & 3
taxable 1 & 3
taxable 1 & 2
The function of TAX SHIFT keys depends on which tax method is selected for each of the four taxes. Tax shift
for the VAT system affects only VAT tax items and tax shift for the add-on system affects only add-on tax items.
For example, Tax 1 and 2 are VAT method, tax 3 and 4 are add-on tax method, PLU 1's tax status is tax 1 & 3:
PLU 1's TAX STATUS
Tax 1 (VAT method)
Tax 3 (add-on tax method)
PLU1's tax status will be
TAX SHIFT KEY PRESSED
TAX SHIFT 1 key TAX SHIFT 2 key TAX SHIFT 3 key
(VAT method)
(VAT method)
(add-on tax method)
no change
no change
taxable 1 & 3
taxable 2
no change
taxable 2 & 3
no change
non-taxable
taxable 1
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20. R/A (Received on Account)
Records an amount of money received into the cash drawer when no customer transaction has taken place (i.e. in
order to register the money prepared for change into the ECR memory).
50.00 x 1 piece and 5.00 x 10 pieces are entered
KEY ENTRY
DISPLAY (on the top)
R/A
R/A
5000 CASH
10 [X]
PRESET TENDER 1
R/A
RECEIPT
CASH
CASH
R/A
50.00
50.00
100.00
Media multiplication can only be done using a preset tender media
key. PRESET TENDER 1 key has been assigned to CASH/TTL 25
memory by SP-253.
21. P/O (Paid Out)
Records an amount of money withdrawn from the cash drawer when no customer transaction has taken place.
50.00 is withdrawn.
KEY ENTRY
P/O
5000 CASH
P/O
DISPLAY (on the top)
P/O
RECEIPT
CASH
P/O
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50.00
50.00
22. No Sale
For opening the drawer when no transaction has taken place. Simply press NO SALE key. Depending on
programming [SF-32.g], turning the control key to the X position may be required.
X
KEY ENTRY
NO SALE
if required ---
NO
SALE
RECEIPT
NSALE
.00
[MF-2.b=0]
NSALE
. 0
[MF-2.b=1]
No receipt is printed by NO SALE key depression by [SF-5.f=1]. (always printed on journal)
23. Off Compulsory
OFF COMPULSORY key is used for the temporary release of all compulsory conditions.
For example, under a track number entry compulsory condition, press OFF COMPULSORY key at the
beginning of a transaction for release of the compulsory condition.
Depending on programming [SF-34.g], turning the control key to the Z1/P position may be required in order to
use OFF COMPULSORY key.
Z1/P
if required ---
OFF COM--PULSORY
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R
---continue registrations
24. Message
Up to 20 digits of number, message or one of 1 ~ 99 programmed supplementary message inputs are possible
with MESSAGE key.
Number Input:
enter number --- MESSAGE
Message Input:
MESSAGE
DISPLAY (item line)
KEY ENTRY
63537021
MESSAGE
RECEIPT
63537021#
MESSAGE
MARK WHITE
ENTER
--- enter message --- ENTER
MESSAGE
MESSAGE
2 X 2.50
BEER
CASH
MARK WHITE#
MARK WHITE
63537021#
#
a
b
5.00
5.00
a: number is right justified
b: alphabet is left justified
2 [X] BEER
CASH
Keys used for message entry:
Stroke KB
(CAPS)
(SMALL)
(DOUBLE)
RPF [Code entry]
← [Alphabet entry]
JPF [Code entry]
→ [Alphabet entry]
(BS)
(SPACE)
(INS SP)
(DEL)
(A/C)
Flat KB
↑
↓
(DBL)
←
Functions
to enter upper-case letters
to enter lower-case letters
makes a double-width character when this key is pressed after a character is entered
to shift cursor left
→
to shift cursor right
to enter a back space
to enter a space
inserts a space
deletes a character
to toggle between Alphabet entry mode and Code entry mode
See programming manual - character programming page for Character Code Table.
Alphabet entry mode and Code entry mode is toggled by X (A/C) key depression:
[MESSAGE]-[X (A/C)]-(34)-[•] for A -(35)-[•] for B -(36)-[•] for C -[ENTER]
After entering the character code, press "•" key.
CL, (CL)
(ENTER)
(Fix/Pgm)
(Left/Right)
to cancel character input before pressing ENTER key
to finish character input
Revises the fixed character key layout or programmable character key layout (allocated by
SP-131).
Switches the entry direction (left ↔ right).
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25. Validation (Dot Matrix Printer) / Slip Validation
Validation on the ECR's internal printer is available for Dot Matrix Printer only. Before issuing a validation,
make sure that validation cover is already removed.
For Dot Matrix Printer: in order to remove the validation cover, open the printer cover and push the validation
cover from inside of printer cover.
Validation on the slip printer is available for both Dot Matrix Printer and Thermal Printer models if the ECR is
programmed for use with a slip printer TP-620. Insert a slip paper before VALIDATION key is pressed.
They can be issued for any item after it is registered, any media after payment is made, or for the total after the
transaction is closed.
Item & Media Validations:
MISC.
insert validation paper after an item or a media is registered --- VALID.
Total Validations:
insert validation paper after a transaction is closed ---
KEY ENTRY
BEER 6 BOTTLES
insert a paper for item validation
MISC. (MEDIA/ITEM) VALID.
CASH
insert a paper for media validation
MISC. (MEDIA/ITEM) VALID.
insert a paper for total validation
TOTAL VALID.
TOTAL
VALID.
RECEIPT
BEER 6 BOTTLES
CASH
6.60
6.60
JUN15/2003#002-000001 BEER 6 BOTTLES
6.60
JUN15/2003#002-000001 CASH
6.60
JUN15/2003#002-000001 AMONT
6.60
JUN15/2003#002-000001 11:43 AMONT
6.60
time printed by [SF-9.a]
The following depend on programming by [SF-9]:
- Validation is compulsory or is not compulsory
- Validation can be printed only one time or an unlimited number of times
- Validation printed by upside-down or normal character (not available for the slip printer)
- Time printed or not printed
- Slip validation with slip upper logo [SF-86]
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key/symbol #37
26. Arrangement
There are ten arrangement keys. Up to 50-key steps operations can be assigned to each one of the Arrangements.
Execution of programmed steps can be performed by depression of the appropriate ARRANGEMENT 1 ~ 10
key.
If an optional card reader is fitted and Arrangement Cards have been prepared by a card writer, the Arrangement
Cards also perform the programmed 17-key steps automatically by swiping.
Example 1: ARRANGEMENT 1 key is programmed for an automatic % discount and closing operations as
follows:
SBTL
KEY ENTRY
SALMON STEAK
ARRANGEMENT 1
---
%1
---
CASH
TTL25
%1 key is programmed for 10% discount
RECEIPT
SALMON STEAK
SUBTOTAL
15.00 x 10 %
% 1
CASH
15.00
15.00
1.50
13.50
Example 2: ARRANGEMENT 2 key is programmed for assorted reports.
X-03 Full Transaction report (3, X, TTL25)
X-05 Hourly report (5, X, TTL25)
X-10 Cashier report (1, 0, X, TTL25)
Operation
Turn the control key to the X position and press ARRANGEMENT 2 key. Then, above reports will
automatically be printed.
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27. Amount Track System
There are maximum (standard) of 2048 amount track memories designed to store due amounts up to 16 digits for
customers management.
Each track is controlled by a manually entered 6-digit track number, and can be picked up either by track code
entry or store-original card swipe.
< Opening a New Track and Closing Temporarily >
Enter a random 6-digit track number and press TRACK/NEW BALANCE (NB) key. A track number may be
assigned at anytime while in a transaction. Enter registrations as normal and then, it can be closed temporarily
through TRACK/NB key.
KEY ENTRY
123456
TRACK/NB
BRANDY
BEER
TRACK/NB
RECEIPT
<123456>
BRANDY
BEER
Today chag
<123456>
TXSL2
TAX 2
.00
12.00
2.50
14.50
14.50
14.08
.42
QUANTITY
2
#001-000002
19:14R
CASHIER NAME 001
track number, previous balance printed by [SF-16.b=0]
current charge printed by [SF-15.d=1]
new balance printed by [SF-16.b=0]
taxable amount
tax amount
Tax amounts are calculated each time when the track is
closed. VAT amount is printed after the new balance line
and add-on tax amount is printed before the new balance
line (above the current charge line).
BUFFER PRINT (for slip) --- see below
When BUFFER PRINT key is pressed immediately after closing, the last transaction's contents are issued on a slip if it is
fitted or a receipt in the receipt-off condition.
< Picking up and Closing a Track Finally >
KEY ENTRY
123456
TRACK/NB
CASH
DISPLAY (on the top)
RECEIPT
<123456> -->
<123456>
CASH
14.50
14.50
QUANTITY
0
#001-000003
19:25R
CASHIER NAME 001
--- manual line finding operation on slip TP-620 --16 (number of lines fed)
BUFFER PRINT (for slip) --- see below
SLIP (TP-620)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
**********************************************
*
*
*
SAMPLE HEADER MESSAGE
*
*
*
**********************************************
<123456>
BRANDY
BEER
Today chag
<123456>
TXSL2
TAX 2
.00
12.00
2.50
14.50
14.50
13.92
.58
QUANTITY
2
JUN15/2003#001-000002 19:14R CASHIER NAME 001
<123456>
CASH
14.50
14.50
QUANTITY
0
JUN15/2003#001-000003 19:25R CASHIER NAME 001
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Logo is not printed.
< Amount track closing method >
Depending on programming [SF-15.f], the new balance closing is compulsory when the items are registered on
the currently opened amount track. If no item is registered, the amount track can be closed by a media key.
< Amount track new balance closing by cashier iButton > (option)
Depending on programming [SF-11.f=1], when the cashier iButton is removed during a track operation, the track
will be automatically closed by new balance.
< Amount track opening/closing by card > (option)
If Amount Track Cards have been prepared by a card writer, an amount track is picked up by swiping. After the
amount track is picked up, the track is automatically closed by new balance by swiping again.
Only when the track is finally closed by a media key, 4-digit store code (S#) and 6-digit amount track number
(C#) are printed before the last line.
<123456>
BRANDY
BEER
CASH
TXSL2
TAX 2
.00
12.00
2.50
14.50
13.92
.58
2
QUANTITY
S#-1001
C#-123456
#001-000004
CASHIER NAME 001
19:30R
< Slip Manual Line Finding Function for TP-620 >
-
Enter the line number from where printing should start and press BUFFER PRINT key.
The entered line number should not be more than the preprogrammed maximum number of lines on the slip.
Slips issued by the manual line finding operation do not have a slip logo.
When BUFFER PRINT key is pressed directly, the transaction contents are printed on slip from home (top
of form) position with a slip logo.
< Slip Print Started from Current Position >
Depending on programming [SF-83.b=1], this can be printed with logo from the current position.
< Charge Posting Issue on Slip >
Depending on programming [SF-83.a=1], only the amount line (previous balance, current charge, new balance,
media amount) is issued on the slip.
<123456>
.00
Today chag
14.50
<123456>
14.50
JUN15/2003#001-000002 19:14R CASHIER NAME 001
<123456>
CASH
JUN15/2003#001-000003 19:25R
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14.50
14.50
CASHIER NAME 001
28. Store / Restore
Besides amount track memory, one store memory is secured for saving all contents of the current transaction
under any conditions without having to close it.
When a customer wishes to leave the cashier desk temporarily for additional commodities while the registration
is in progress, the cashier can temporarily store such transaction and start dealing with other customer.
Simply press STORE/RESTORE key when you wish to store the transaction temporarily. When you wish to
restore the transaction, press STORE/RESTORE key again after closing the other customer's transaction.
Current transaction is stored and new customer's items are registered.
DISPLAY (on the top)
KEY ENTRY
RECEIPT (current transaction stored)
ROAST BEEF
15.00
ROAST BEEF
RED WINE
7.00
RED WINE
STORE
22.00
STORE/RESTORE
--- New Customer ---
(new customer's transaction)
MILK
CHEESE
CASH
MILK
CHEESE
CASH
2.00
5.00
7.00
---------- END ------------ Restore Previous Customer ---
STORE/RESTORE
WHITE WINE
CASH
(restored transaction)
STORE
STORE
WHITE WINE
CASH
22.00
8.00
30.00
---------- END ----------
All items for the previous customer are printed on
a post-receipt.
BUFFER PRINT
POST-RECEIPT
ROAST BEEF
RED WINE
WHITE WINE
CASH
15.00
7.00
8.00
30.00
These receipts are printed only under "Receipt printed real
time" [SF-1.a=0].
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29. Customer File
1024 customer files make records of telephone number or VAT number, name and address. These information
are printed on receipt for delivery service market, etc. In order to use this function, an optional 1st RAM board
is required.
Customer File Data Structure
PHONE # or VAT #
CUSTOMER NAME
ADDRESS 1
ADDRESS 2
ADDRESS 3
LAST ACCESS DATE
max. 15 characters
max. 24 characters
max. 24 characters
max. 24 characters
max. 24 characters
mmddyyyy or ddmmyyyy [SF-7.e]
Contents of This Section
a) New Customer File Making in R or SP Position
b) Customer File Editing in SP Position
c) Customer File Deleting in SP Position
d) Customer File Pick-Up Sequence
< Customer File Pick-Up Before Registration >
< Customer File Pick-Up During Registration >
< Picked Up Customer File Cancellation in R Position >
< Customer File Pick-Up Methods >
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a) New Customer File Making in R or SP Position
< R or SP >--[CUSTOMER FILE]--{ENTER PHONE/VAT#: max. 15 characters}--[ENTER/TTL 25]---{WARN MESSAGE# 61: Customer file not found}--{MAKE NEW FILE ?}--[ENTER/TTL 25]---{ENTER NAME: max. 24 characters --[ENTER/TTL 25] or [ENTER/TTL 25] for skip name entry}---{ENTER ADDRESS 1~3: max. 24 characters --[ENTER/TTL 25] or [ENTER/TTL 25] for skip address
entry}--{ARE YOU SURE ?}--[ENTER/TTL 25] to make or [CL] to cancel}--(New customer file made.)
When Customer File is made in R position, after the sequence completed, a confirmation receipt is printed.
You can see the programmed customer's information on X-74 Customer File report.
b) Customer File Editing in SP Position
< SP >--[CUSTOMER FILE]--{ENTER PHONE/VAT#: max. 15 characters --[ENTER/TTL 25] or
just press [ENTER/TTL 25] to find customer file by using [SCROLL DOWN]}--{Customer File displayed}---{[00] to print confirmation receipt (can be skipped)}--{[ENTER/TTL 25] to select Customer File}---{ENTER NAME/ADDRESS 1~3: max. 24 characters --[ENTER/TTL 25] or [ENTER/TTL 25] for skip}---{ARE YOU SURE ?}--{[ENTER/TTL 25] to finish or [CL] to cancel}
c) Customer File Deleting in SP Position
< SP >--[CUSTOMER FILE]--{ENTER PHONE/VAT#: max. 15 characters --[ENTER/TTL 25] or
just press [ENTER/TTL 25] to find customer file by using [SCROLL DOWN]}--{Customer File displayed}---{[00] to print confirmation receipt (can be skipped)}--[VOID]--{DELETE is displayed}---{[ENTER/TTL 25] to execute deletion or [CL] to cancel}
In order to delete Customer File all together, take Z1-74 CUSTOMER FILE report.
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d) Customer File Pick-Up Sequence
< Customer File Pick-Up Before Registration >
When customer file is picked up before registration, a customer confirmation is printed.
Customer file can be picked up by entering the programmed phone number or VAT number. In order to find the
customer file from the display, just press ENTER or TTL 25 without entering the phone/VAT number. Then
find the customer by using SCROLL UP/DOWN keys.
KEY ENTRY
CUSTOMER FILE
63537021
ENTER or TTL 25 -- to pick up
ENTER or TTL 25 -- to define
CONFIRMATION RECEIPT
DAVID SMITH
5-25 3-chome Tenma
Kita-ku Osaka
JAPAN
6353-7021
#001-000001
CASHIER NAME 001
name (centered)
address 1
address 2
address 3
phone # or VAT #
11:47R
Continue registration.
< Customer File Pick-Up During Registration >
There are two formats of customer confirmation receipt with normal receipt by programming when customer file
is picked up during registrations. Also current total amount is printed on customer confirmation by
programming. When customer file is picked up before registrations, the customer confirmation receipt only is
printed.
KEY ENTRY
(registration)
CUSTOMER FILE
63537021
ENTER or TTL 25 -- to pick up
ENTER or TTL 25 -- to define
CASH
Receipt with customer confirmation (type-2)
[SF-8.c=1]
Receipt and customer confirmation separately (type-1)
[SF-8.c=0]
******************
*
Your
*
Receipt
*
*
*
Thank You
*
******************
JUN03/2003
RED WINE
7.00
WHITE WINE
8.00
CASH
15.00
-----------------------------------AMONT
15.00
DAVID SMITH
5-25 3-chome Tenma
Kita-ku Osaka
JAPAN
6353-7021
-----------------------------------#001-000001
11:47R
CASHIER NAME 001
******************
*
Your
*
Receipt
*
*
*
Thank You
*
******************
JUN03/2003
RED WINE
7.00
WHITE WINE
8.00
CASH
15.00
#001-000001
11:47R
CASHIER NAME 001
*
automatic cut for thermal
printer
******************
*
Your
*
*
Receipt
*
*
Thank You
*
******************
* total amount (key/symbol #37) printed by [SF-8.d]
JUN03/2003
AMONT
15.00
DAVID SMITH
5-25 3-chome Tenma
Kita-ku Osaka
JAPAN
6353-7021
#001-000001
11:47R
CASHIER NAME 001
Customer confirmation is not printed on slip.
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*
name (centered)
address 1
address 2
address 3
phone # or VAT #
< Picked Up Customer File Cancellation in R Position >
Customer file cancellation can be done when the customer file is picked up during registrations by pressing
CORRECTION key.
< Customer File Pick-Up Methods >
For example, Phone # 81-6-6353-7021 or VAT # PH-237.69.98
A) You can enter the numbers as they were programmed.
B) You can omit letters except alphanumeric.
C) If the phone #/VAT # entered includes letters other than
alphanumeric and there are no required file corresponding to, it
automatically searches for the file corresponding to the phone #/VAT
# by only alphanumeric letters.
If there is simply no file corresponding to the phone #/VAT #, it will
be registered as a NEW FILE.
This prevents files having two identical numbers from existing.
You can pick up by entering the
numbers below;
81-6-6353-7021 PH-237.69.98
81663537021
PH2376998
81-66353-7021
PH-2376.9.98
30. Cash Declaration
At the end of the day, confirm the cash in drawer amount using 'cash declaration'. A cash declaration receipt
shows any discrepancies between the amount of cash that is supposed to be in the drawer and what is actually
there is issued.
available if "with 2nd drawer" [SF-8.a] is selected
repeat for another / same TTL key
X or
Z1/P
---
CASH
enter actual
-------TTL25
amount in drawer 1
TTL
repeat for another / same TTL key
------
HARD
enter actual
---------PLU 1
amount in drawer 2
drawer 1
TTL
------
HARD
PLU 2
drawer 2
Even if the Cash Declaration is done at the Z1/P position, the CID amount is not reset. It will be reset by Z-08
CID report.
KEY ENTRY
CASH/TTL 25
3000 CASH
H.PLU 1
RECEIPT
CASH
TOTAL
CID
30.00
30.00
30.00
.00
Media multiplication is available for PRESET TENDER keys.
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actual amount in drawer 1
amount in CID 1 memory
difference
31. ESF Data Print (optional memory board required)
All registrations performed in the R position only are recorded in the ESF memory on the optional memory
board if "ESF function available" [SF-4.h] has been programmed. The recorded data can be printed in the R
position or the X position by ESF PRINT key on receipt by entering the print numbers below:
PRINT #
no number
1
2
3
4
5
6
10
99
ESF data print contents
last 5 transactions
last "n" transactions (n = 1 ~ 99)
transactions selected by "zone" (date, time, date & time)
transactions selected by "consecutive receipt numbers"
transactions of "minus operations"
(transactions include minus amount, minus PLU quantity, void, refund are
printed)
transactions of "void & refund" including scroll void, transaction void
transactions of "correction"
transactions selected by "cashier"
all ESF data (X position only)
Before printing ESF data, you can check how many records in the ESF memory have been used by taking X-79
ESF status report. One record is printed approximately in one line. Please be sure that you are not taking Z-79
report that will erase the ESF memory contents.
If programmed by [SF-13.c], Z-79 ESF status report is printed with all ESF data.
ESF Data Print
(not printed on journal)
************************************
*
*
*
SAMPLE HEADER MESSAGE
*
*
*
************************************
OCT08/2004
-----------------------------------transaction data
last line
date
:
:
:
transaction data
last line
date
-----------------------------------#001-000005
11:03R
CASHIER NAME 00001
ESF data print mark
ESF data print mark
The consecutive # is always printed in normal character.
Consecutive #s of the transaction data in ESF data print
are printed in double-width character by [SF-7.b=1].
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ESF Data Print Sequences
Last 5 transactions (no PRINT #)
R or X
---
ESF
PRINT
PRINT #1: Last "n" transactions
R or X
---
1
---
ESF
ESF
--- enter one of 1 ~ 99 --PRINT
PRINT
PRINT #2: Transactions selected by "zone" (date, time, date & time)
all cashiers
R or X
---
2
---
until now
enter
ESF
CASHIER
enter
----- cashier --------PRINT
ID
start #A
code
X
------
ESF
enter
-----PRINT
end #B
Format of Date & Time
Check date printed on a receipt for the date format.
date --- mmddyyyy or ddmmyyyy
date & time --- mmddyyyyhhmm or ddmmyyyyhhmm
time --- hhmm
< start #A > enter “date” or “date & time” or “time only (for today’s
transactions)”
< end #B > enter “date” or “date & time” or “time only (for transactions
between start date (& time) and the today’s)
PRINT #3: Transactions selected by "consecutive receipt numbers"
transactions until now
R or X
---
3
---
ESF
PRINT
---
enter
start receipt #
---
X
------
ESF
enter
-----PRINT
end receipt #
PRINT #4: Transactions of "minus operations" including void & refund
PRINT #5: Transactions of "void & refund"
PRINT #6: Transactions of "correction"
all transactions of all cashiers
all transactions per cashier
all cashiers
R or X
---
enter one of
ESF
-------4~6
PRINT
enter
cashier
code
until now
---
CASHIER
enter
---------ID
start #A
See above PRINT #2 for "start #A", "end #B", date and time formats.
PRINT #10: Transactions selected by "cashier"
R or X
--- enter 10 ---
ESF
CASHIER
--- enter cashier code --PRINT
ID
PRINT #99: All transactions (X position only)
X
--- enter 99 ---
ESF
PRINT
75
X
------
ESF
enter
-----PRINT
end #B
VII. TRAINING
Training mode is used for teaching ECR operations without affecting the memories of normal transactions,
tracks and programming. In the training mode, reports can not be issued and ECRs can not initiate
communication with other machines. However, except during a transaction, the memory of an ECR in the
training mode can still be accessed by other ECRs in the IRC system.
Entering the training mode
"TRAINING" message is displayed once and "T" is indicated at left below on the front display and the REG
lamp on the rear display flashes continuously during the training.
Entering the training mode automatically signs off the currently signed-on cashier. Perform cashier sign-on to
begin training.
X
---
CASHIER
ID
--- enter secret training code --(SP-151)
CASHIER
--ID
R
perform cashier sign-on
to begin practice
Exiting the training mode
Exiting the training mode automatically signs off the currently signed-on cashier.
X
---
SBTL
KEY ENTRY
(Entering training mode)
< X >
CASHIER ID
training code
CASHIER ID
"TRAINING" message is displayed once and "T" is indicated at left below.
< R >
1 CASHIER ID
STEAK
BEER
CASH
RECEIPT
************ TRAINING *************
STEAK
15.00
BEER
2.50
CASH
17.50
QUANTITY
2
************ TRAINING *************
#001-000500
13:13R
CASHIER NAME 001
training message
training message
SLIP
****
training message
15.00
2.50
17.50
QUANTITY
2
*****
TRAINING
****
JUN17/2003#001-000500 13:13R CASHIER NAME 001
training message
*****
TRAINING
STEAK
BEER
CASH
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Notes for the training mode
-
A programmable training message is printed on the journal, receipts, validations and slips.
VALIDATION (SLIP)
******
TRAINING
****** 13:13 CASH
17.50
-
The consecutive number is not incremented.
-
The training mode has its own track memory separate from the regular track memory. The memory is
erased when exiting the training mode.
-
Training count, amount and training grand total (GX) are printed on the transaction reports (01 ~ 04).
Training grand total, GX, is printed after grand totals G1 and G2. GX includes the amounts of all
transactions done in the training mode, and is not resettable.
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VIII.
PRINT CONTENTS
1. Receipt
Key Entry
PLU 1
PLU 2
%1
SBTL
500
CASH
BUFFER PRINT
on slip
(see next page)
******************
*
Your
*
*
Receipt
*
*
Thank You
*
******************
JUN03/2003
P-----------------1#
GROUP-A-01
Supplemnt Message 01
PLU NAME 0000001
1.00
.15
R.PLU001
P-----------------2#
GROUP-A-02
PLU NAME 0000002
2.00
2.00 X 10%
% 1
.20
SUBTOTAL
2.95
TXSL1
1.15
TAX 1
.02
DUE AMOUNT
2.97
5.00
CASH
CHANGE
2.03
TXSL2
1.75
TAX 2
.05
QUANTITY
2
----------------------------------THANK YOU
HAVE A NICE DAY
*******************
.20
You Saved
5-line receipt upper text logo [SF-10.d=0] or graphic logo [SF-10.d=1]
under [SF-6.e=1]
Both graphic logo and text logo are printed on receipt [SF-48.a=1] under
[SF-6.e=1]
#001-000001
CASHIER NAME 001
last line: machine #, 2-digit cashier symbol [SF-11.a], consecutive # (*2),
time [SF-7.h], control mode, cashier name
11:47R
date [SF-7.g] *1
PLU code [SF-68.h]
PLU link group-A name [SF-68.e]
PLU supplementary message (linked to PLU by SP-209)
PLU name, tax symbol [SF-22.d], PLU price
R. PLU name, tax symbol, PLU price (linked to PLU by SP-208) [PF-3.e]
subtotal [SF-81.g]
add-on taxable amount [SF-22.e]
add-on tax amount
due amount (printed if tendering amount entered) *2
media amount (one blank line is inserted by [SF-6.b])
change amount
VAT taxable amount [SF-22.e,h]
VAT tax amount [SF-22.h]
item quantity [SF-6.d]
total discount amount printed with 3-line message [SF-3.e]
(key/symbol #89) *3
CUSTOMER NO.: .....................
NAME
: .....................
SIGNATURE
: .....................
******************
*
Your
*
*
Receipt
*
*
Thank You
*
******************
JUN03/2003
AMONT
2.97
#001-000001
11:47R
CASHIER NAME 001
5-line receipt lower logo [SF-10.e]
stub receipt [SF-2.a]
5-line receipt upper text logo [SF-10.d=0] or graphic logo [SF-10.d=1]
under [SF-6.e=1]
Both graphic logo and text logo are printed on receipt [SF-48.a=1] under
[SF-6.e=1]
key/symbol #37
*1 English or Numeric month, date order mmdd/yyyy or ddmm/yyyy [SF-7.e,f]
*2 Due amount [SF-7.d] and consecutive # [SF-7.b] printed in normal or double-width character.
*3 Thermal printer: total discount amount printed in vertical double-width character [SF-3.f]
2. Journal
Either the normal journal contents or selective journal contents can be printed by programming [SF-6.c]. Also, if
programmed by [SF-6], the messages for power-off/-on times, initial reset times and cleared figures (with *
symbols) can be printed on the journal.
Normal Journal Contents
Selective Journal Contents
exactly the same way as the receipt contents are printed and logo is
printed by [SF-8.f,g]
only the tax line and media closing lines are printed by [SF-6.c]
Only for 2-sheet thermal printer: Print journal data in half height size so that you can save a half amount of
journal paper by [SF-3.d].
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3. Slip
Besides the transaction items, the following items are printed on slip. Although the contents are the same as
receipt, the format varies depending on the slip;
pre-feed lines for TP-620 [SF-85.e~f]
**********************************************
*
*
*
SAMPLE HEADER MESSAGE
*
*
*
**********************************************
GROUP-A-01
Supplemnt Message 01
P-----------------1#
PLU NAME 0000001
R.PLU001
GROUP-A-02
P-----------------2#
PLU NAME 0000002
% 1
2.00 X 10%
5-line slip upper logo [SF-83.d]
# of blank lines between upper logo and item line [SF-85.a~d]
PLU link group-A name [SF-68.e], PLU supplementary message
(linked to PLU by SP-209)
PLU code [SF-68.h]
PLU name, tax symbol [SF-22.d], PLU price
R. PLU name, tax symbol, PLU price (linked to PLU by SP-208) [PF-3.e]
1.00
.15
2.00
.20
1.15
.02
2.97
5.00
2.03
1.75
.05
QUANTITY
2
JUN03/2003#001-000001 11:47R CASHIER NAME 001
TXSL1
TAX 1
DUE AMOUNT
CASH
CHANGE
TXSL2
TAX 2
add-on taxable amount [SF-22.e]
add-on tax amount
due amount in double-width character
media amount (one blank line is inserted by [SF-6.b])
change amount in double-width character
VAT taxable amount [SF-22.e,h]
VAT tax amount [SF-22.h]
item quantity [SF-6.d]
last line: date [SF-7.g], machine #, 2-digit cashier symbol [SF-11.a],
consecutive #, time [SF-83.c], control mode, cashier name
Notes:
- Subtotal is not printed on a slip.
- Due amount is printed when tendering amount is entered.
- Total discount amount is not printed on a slip.
- 5-line slip lower logo is printed by [SF-87.d]. However, it is not available with TP-620.
4. Post-Receipt
When the ECR is in the receipt-off condition and the ECR is not programmed for use with a slip printer [SF83.h], the last transaction's data can be printed by pressing BUFFER PRINT key after closing the transaction.
If the ECR is programmed for use with a slip printer, the post-receipt is printed on the slip.
Addition to Post-Receipt, Second Receipt is printed by BUFFER PRINT key if permitted by programming [SF1.d] and when the ECR is not programmed for use with a slip printer.
PROGRAMMED AS
Second Receipt permitted
[SF-1.d=1]
Second Receipt prohibited
[SF-1.d=0]
RECEIPT-ON
1 receipt + 1 second receipt by BP
key *
RECEIPT-OFF
1st post-receipt by BP key
2nd post-receipt by BP key *
1 receipt + no second receipt
1 post-receipt by BP key
* Second receipt message is printed by [SF-6.a] under the date. If [SF-1.h] is selected, Second Receipt is printed automatically
following first post-receipt issue.
JUN19/2003
*
COPY
PLU-NAME 00001
*
1.00
second receipt message (key/symbol #83)
This message is not printed on a stub receipt.
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IX. REPORTS
REPORT SEQUENCE
Control Key Position
Set the control key to X, Z1 or Z2 position and use the report sequence below;
- 1st level for daily report:
X (read only) position or Z1 (reset) position
- 2nd level for periodic report:
X (read only) position or Z2 (reset) position
For Z report issue and report format, there are some programming restrictions. Refer to system function flags
[SF-26~30] and the cashier security function flags.
Report Selection Method
The user friendly sequence is possible with usability of LCD display as follows:
1.
Turn the control key to X position.
2.
Enter the cashier ID and press CASHIER ID key.
3.
Select REPORT and press ENTER key.
4.
Select the report from the list by ENTER key.
If you know the report number, enter the report number and press X key.
5.
Press ENTER or TTL 25 to issue the report.
Direct Number Entry Method
If you are familiar with the conventional report sequences which have been used by the conventional series, this
method is much faster than "Report Selection Method" to enter into the report sequence.
1.
Turn the control key to X position.
2.
Enter the report number, for example "1" for X-01 AUTO FULL TRANSACTION - 1st level report.
3.
Press X key.
4.
Press ENTER or TTL 25 to issue the report.
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Report Sequence
Full Report
<X or Z>--(report #)--[X]--[ENTER/TTL 25]
or {select from the list}--[ENTER/TTL 25] or {select FULL REPORT and press [ENTER/TTL 25]}
Individual Report
<X or Z>--(report #)--[X]--(*required #)--[ • ]--[TTL 25]
or {select from the list}--{select INDIVIDUAL REPORT}--(*required #)--[ • /ENTER]--[TTL 25]
Sequential Report
<X or Z>--(report #)--[X]--(*start #)--[X]--(*end #)--[ENTER/TTL 25]
or {select from the list}--{select SEQUENTIAL REPORT}--(*start #)--[X]--(*end #)--[ENTER/TTL 25]
* required #, start/end #
Cashier report
Group report
PLU report
Track report
Customer file report
Enter the sequential cashier number (not 4-digit cashier code) for cashier reports.
Enter the group number.
Scanner, HARD PLU and PACKED SALE keys can be used to enter PLU code.
Enter the track number.
Enter date (mmddyyyy or ddmmyyyy) indicated on full customer file report. It is
printed in "order of customer file programmed" or "descending order of last
access date if sorted by the sequence below.
Customer File Sort Sequence: <X>--[CUSTOMER FILE]
Display C.FILE SORT 100%
0007
Sort completed.
total number of customer files
After the customer file is sorted, the order will not be returned.
Function program
dump report (#85)
Refer to the table shown on page 83.
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TRANSACTION REPORT
REPORT #
1st level
2nd level
(X / Z1)
(X / Z2)
1
2
3
4
5
6
--7
8
--10
11
20
21
22
23
25
26
--29
30
31
--39
40
41
--42
43
44
49
--56
57
58
59
60
----62
70
71
72
73
74
---
Auto Full Transaction
Full Transaction (X position only)
Hourly
Grand Total 1
Cash In Drawer
Cashier (automatically logged out by Z-10)
Main Group-A
Group-A per Main Group-A
Group-A
Group-A PLU stock
Group-B
Group-B PLU stock
PLU
PLU Stock
Non-Active PLU (X position only)
Active PLU Stock (X position only)
Group-A PLU
Group-B PLU
Track Total (X position only)
Track
R. PLU
Quantity Discount
Customer File (files are erased by Z report)
ESF Status [SF-4.h=1] *
[SF-13.d=1] for Z79
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ESF data printed if [SF-13.c=1].
ESF data printed by ESF PRINT key.
* Z report of individual PLU and Group permitted by [SF-26.c].
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---
REPORT SEQUENCE
Full
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
Individual
Sequential
o
o*
o*
o*
o*
o*
o*
o*
o
o
o
o*
o*
o
o
o
o
o
Set the control key to X position for all program dumps except for cashier dump.
PROGRAM DUMP
REPORT #
Full Program (consists of report #81 ~ 85)
Main Group-A
Group-A
Group-B
Key Layout
Function (refer to next page for individual report)
Ruler for cheque printed on slip if [SF-57.d=1]
Key & Symbol Name
Tax
PLU
Cashier (Z2 position)
Hard PLU Assignment
R. PLU
Quantity Discount
ESF Selection Table
Communication Setting
80
81
82
83
84
Full
o
o
o
o
o
85
o
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
99
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
REPORT SEQUENCE
Individual
Sequential
o
o
o
Required # for Individual Function Program Dump (X-85)
#
1
2
3
4
5
10
20
23
24
27
29
40
41
42
43
Report Contents
system function flag
currency symbol,
media name,
foreign currency exchange rate,
media function flag,
preset tender key linked media,
preset tender key amount
number of programmed PLUs,
programmed quantity of packed sales keys
terminal address for PC communication
slip printer ID number
cashier name
% rate
adjustment rate
cheque-cashing/currency exchange charge rate,
Euro currency rate
tare weight
total HALO
arrangement key sequence
cheque printing data
age limitation table
bar code programmed by SP-191
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PGM-#
SP-100
SP-262
SP-252
Z1/P-387
SP-110
SP-253
Z1/P-315
SP-201
SP-117
SP-172
[SF-88.a~c]
SP-212
Z1/P-337
Z1/P-347
Z1/P-377
SP-127
Z1/P-310
SP-121
SP-189
SP-298
SP-191
IRC REPORT SEQUENCE
Collecting Transaction Data from Slaves
There are two kinds of IRC reports issued by the master ECR:
One is a consolidated report for all ECR's sales data and
the other is an individual report, by designating the slave ECR by using the sequence below;
Set the control key to X, Z1 or Z2 position.
- 1st level for daily report :
X (read only) position or Z1 (reset) position
- 2nd level for periodic report :
X (read only) position or Z2 (reset) position
Consolidated (all ECRs) Report
<X or Z>--(report #)--[X]--[ENTER/TTL 25] or {select ALL ECRs from the list}--[ENTER/TTL 25]
Individual (per ECR) Report
<X or Z>--(report #)--[X]--(slave ECR machine #)--[ENTER/TTL 25]
or {select from the list}--{select slave ECR from the list}--[ENTER/TTL 25]
Single Cashier Report X-8610/8611, Single Cashier Track Report X-8664
Consolidated (all ECRs) Report
< X >--{(report #)--[X] or select from the list}--{(sequential cashier #)--[ • ] or select from the list}-[ENTER/TTL 25]
Individual (per ECR) Report
< X >--{(report #)--[X] or select from the list}--{(sequential cashier #)--[ • ] or select from the list}-{(slave ECR machine #) or select from the list}--[ENTER/TTL 25]
The master ECR can collect the slave ECR's sales data only when the slave ECR is in an idle condition (no other
communication, no transaction). When the slave ECR is transmitting sales data to the master, the display shows
"--- IRC COMM ---" and ECR locks until IRC communication stops.
The following IRC reports are printed on the master and slave ECRs respectively.
'IRC Z report printed or not printed' [SF-29.b] can be programmed also.
Consolidated X-report
Individual X-report
Consolidated
Z-report
Individual
Z-report
printed [b=0]
not printed [b=1]
printed [b=0]
not printed [b=1]
Master prints
a consolidated report
a designated slave's report
own report and a consolidated report with
IRC status
own confirmation report (*) and a
consolidated report with IRC status
a designated slave's report with IRC status
a designated slave's report with IRC status
* Confirmation report printed on both receipt and journal or journal only by [SF-30.b].
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Slave prints
a confirmation report *
a confirmation report *
own report
a confirmation report *
own report
a confirmation report *
IRC REPORT
Auto Full Transaction
Hourly
Grand Total 1
Cash In Drawer
Cashier
Main Group-A
Group-A
Group-A PLU Stock
Group-B
Group-B PLU Stock
PLU
PLU Stock
Active PLU Stock
Track
R. PLU
Quantity Discount
ESF Status (ESF data is not printed.)
*
REPORT #
1st level
2nd level
(X / Z1)
(X / Z2)
8801
8802
8805
8806
--8807
8808
--8810
8811
8820
8821
8825
8826
--8829
8830
8831
--8839
8840
8841
--8842
8849
----8862
8870
8871
8872
8873
8879
---
REPORT SEQUENCE
All ECRs
Per ECR
consolidated
individual
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
*
o
o
o
o
o
*
o
Note 1
Note 1
Note 1
Note 2
The consolidated reports are not available for these reports. However, if PC communication module Tensai2000 is used
as an IRC master, you can take individual report from all ECRs at one time. In order to have the consolidated report data,
add the individual report data together on PC.
Note 1:
Master ECR
Slave ECR
Consolidated PLU stock Z report
- Slave's stock is added to master's stock memory.
- Master's stock cleared or not cleared by [SF-27.a].
Slave's stock cleared to zero.
Individual PLU stock Z report
- Slave's stock not added to master's.
- Master's stock not cleared.
Slave's stock cleared to zero.
Note 2: To issue ESF status report 8879, "ESF function available" [SF-4.h=1] should be set on both of master and slave
ECRs.
When this individual report is taken, the slave's ESF data which is selected by the ESF data selection (SP-181) is
transmitted to the master as PC (Tensai2000) by [SF-4.e=1] and the slave prints the ESF status report. The ECR
master does not receive the slave's ESF data.
X-8879: Master prints ESF status but the slave IRC status only.
Z-8879: Master and slave always print ESF status.
In order to see the ESF data, take ESF report by using Tensai2000. Tensai2000 saves ESF data with category code
in text format. Refer to the interfaces & peripherals manual for the category code and data format.
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FLASH IRC REPORTS
Printing Read Only Reports on Master
Flash read-only reports as shown below can be issued at any time on the master ECR by using the following
sequences in X position only. The flash report will not disturb the slave ECR even when the slave ECR is in
transaction, report issuing or programming sequence.
Flash report is printed on the master ECR with IRC status. No message will be displayed and X-report will not
be counted up for a flash report on a slave ECR. If the flash report can not be taken from a slave ECR, the IRC
status "slave ECR's machine number and NG" are printed on the master ECR.
FRASH REPORT
CONTENTS
Transaction
Hourly
Grand Total 1
Cash In Drawer
Cashier
Main Group-A
Group-A
Group-B
PLU
PLU Stock
02
03
04
05
07
08
09
10
11
13
14
15
17
20
22
27
29
38
39
40
FLASH IRC REPORT #
8601 (1st level) 8602 (2nd level)
8605 (1st level) 8606 (2nd level)
8607
8608
8610 (1st level) 8611 (2nd level)
8620 (1st level) 8621 (2nd level)
8625 (1st level) 8626 (2nd level)
8630 (1st level) 8631 (2nd level)
8640 (1st level) 8641 (2nd level)
8642
REQUIRED #
See Table below.
one of time zone 0 ~ 23
no number required
no number required
one of cashier sequential #1 ~ 99
one of main group-A #1 ~ 10
one of group-A #1 ~ 99
one of group-B #1 ~ 99
one of PLU code
one of PLU code
Required #s and Contents for X-8601/8602
amount/count of media in drawer
rounding error
taxable sales
tax amounts
amount/count of %
amount/count of discount
amount/count of adjustment
amount/count of P/O
amount/count of R/A
amount/count of void
amount/count of refund
amount/count of new balance
amount/count of cheque-cashing, currency exchange
amount/count of training
count of no sale
count of transaction
amount/count of correction
amount/count of previous balance
net charge
amount/count of store coupon
amount/count of vendor coupon
amount/count of REG (-)
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TRANSACTION REPORT SAMPLES
AUTO FULL TRANSACTION (01, 02)
Consists of two separate reports, Group-A (25, 26) and Full Transaction (03, 04). Refer to each report for details.
X-01
Group-A report
-----------------------------------Full transaction report
Depending on programming [SF-26.d~f], issuing the Z-01 report will reset to
zero any of the following data on each report where the data appears:
- Cash in Drawer
- Consecutive Receipt
- X Report Count
FULL TRANSACTION (03, 04)
X-03
DRAWER TTL
1
F.C. MEDIA
0.9345 *
1
EURO
6.5595 *
0
CHEQUE
6
CASH
TOTAL
<
A
TXSL1
TOTAL
TAX 1
TOTAL
V
TXSL2
TXSL3
TOTAL
TAX 2
TAX 3
TOTAL
2
STR.COUPON
1
% 1
1
ITEM <->
1
SBTL <->
1
VND.COUPON
AJST1
1
1
P/O
1
R/A
1
VOID
2
REFND
1
T.VOID
REG 1
1
CORRECTED
1
CHQ.CHARGE
4
T-AMT
NSALE
1
TRCNT
13
N.B
4
PB
2
Net-charge
CID1
CID2
G1:00000000000000053.18
G2:00000000000000053.18
GX:00000000000000016.57
X-0007
#001-000154
CASHIER NAME 001
6.54
700
6.23
.95
5.00
10.64
28.41
.00 >
52.30
52.30
1.04
1.04
26.11
7.59
33.70
.78
.31
1.09
2.00
.09
.50
.20
1.00
.05
5.00
5.00
2.00
1.15
3.50
5.00
3.00
.50
16.57
48.26
4.57
43.69
4.64
.00
19:20X
Media Amount in Drawer
media count, media name
foreign currency exchange rate, calculated amount in local currency by actual amount
actual amount in foreign currency
Euro currency rate, temporarily calculated amount in local currency by actual amount
actual amount in Euro currency (Euro currency symbol is printed by [SF-65.b=0].)
Cheque-cashing is done.
rounding error (difference when calculating back and forth for a currency exchange rate)
Symbol A for tax calculated by add-on tax method (tax data printed by [SF-26.a=1])
taxable subtotal amount
total taxable subtotal
tax amount
total tax amount
Symbol V for tax calculated by VAT method
Add-on tax system: tax 1 ~ 3, VAT system: tax 1 ~ 7
store coupon: count, amount
%
item discount
subtotal discount
vendor coupon
adjustment
P/O
R/A
void
refund
transaction void
Reg (-) -- refund of all items
correction
cheque-cashing, currency exchange
training (key/symbol #71)
no sale count
transaction count
new balance count, amount
previous balance
net-charge -- total amount of non-closed amount tracks
cash amount in drawer 1
cash amount in drawer 2 [SF-8.a=1]
grand total 1
grand total 2 (not resettable)
training grand total (not resettable)
X-report count
M/C #, 2-digit cashier symbol [SF-11.a], consecutive #, time, control mode
cashier name
Media Amount in Drawer
Actual amount in drawer. This amount includes no-sale-transactions (P/O, R/A, cheque-cashing, etc.) and
results of rounding. When no sale transactions are done, the amounts are added to the memory, but the media
count is not counted.
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Foreign Currency Media / Euro Currency Media Amount in Drawer
When a foreign or Euro currency media was used, the media in drawer memory stores the foreign or Euro
currency value. The printed local currency amount is temporarily calculated by memorized value. The
difference between the actual sales amount and calculated local currency amount arises because of the difference
caused by calculating back and forth with a certain currency exchange rate. This difference is printed under the
total amount, in the brackets < >.
For example, when sales amount of 1.00 (point is disregarded on calculation) is closed by a F.C. MEDIA
key having a preset exchange rate of 10.5425*,
1. Foreign currency is calculated by dividing the due amount 1.00 in local currency by exchange rate
10.5425;
Local Currency to Foreign Currency :
LC / exchange rate = 100 / 10.5425 = 9.4854... = rounded to 9 (printed on the receipt)
At the same time, FC amount 9 is converted to LC amount 95 (9 x 10.5425) and the difference .05
between the actual sales 1.00 and calculated LC amount .95 is stored in the rounding error (difference)
memory and will be printed in the brackets < > in the sales report.
2. Printed local currency amount .95 in the report is calculated from the memorized foreign currency 9;
FC x exchange rate = 9 x 10.5425 = 94.8825 = rounded to 95
* This exchange rate is calculated by "LC / FC". The calculation method "FC / LC" is also made available by [MF-1.h].
Tax
Printed by [SF-26.a]. When using the VAT system, the taxable subtotal can be programmed to include or not to
include tax by [SF-22.c]. When using the add-on tax system, the taxable subtotal does not include tax. If
programmed by [SF-36~45.e~g], adjustment, % and discount calculations will affect each taxable subtotal.
New Balance
The amount closed by TRACK/NEW BALANCE key during Amount Track operations. This amount does not
reset to zero after the Amount Track is finally closed by a media key.
Previous Balance
The count and amount are the accumulation of previous charges that were picked up when an Amount Track was
opened.
Net Charge
Net charge shows the total amount of all non-closed Amount Tracks. It is calculated from the charge and the
previous charges.
Cash in Drawer Amount
Total of the media in drawer amounts that are programmed to be added to CID.
Grand Total
Grand Total 1 can be reset by issuing Z-07 report.
Grand Total 2 is the accumulated grand total (can not be reset).
Grand Total X is the grand total of training transactions (can not be reset).
If programmed, grand total is calculated from each PLU amount [PF-1.d], R. PLU amount [RPF-1.d], vendor
coupon [SF-29.f], % amount, adjustment amount, discount amount [SF-29.h] and tax amount [SF-29.g].
Report Count
There are three kinds of report counts: X (read only), Z1 (1st level and reset) and Z2 (2nd level and reset). Each
Z count will be increased only when a Z-01/Z-02 report is issued or when any Z report is issued by [SF-26.b].
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HOURLY (05, 06)
X-05
14:00.....14:59
15:00.....15:59
16:00.....16:59
TOTAL
11
6
8
50.55
15.20
22.25
88.00
time period, sales quantity, amount
Hourly data is recorded in one of two ways by [SF-27.d].
1. Number of registrations and net amount.
Each time a transaction is closed by a media key, the count is increased by 1. The gross amount includes
VAT tax, add-on tax, adjustment amount, % on item/subtotal and item/subtotal (-) calculations.
2. Number of transactions and gross amount.
Each item registered -- even if it includes multiplication -- increases the count by 1. The net amount includes
VAT tax, % on item and item (-) calculations but does not include add-on tax amount, adjustment amount, %
on subtotal and subtotal (-) calculations.
GRAND TOTAL 1 (07)
Max. 16 digits of grand total can be printed. However, "0" is filled on the left side so as to cover up to 19 digits
on the report. Grand Total 1 can be reset by issuing the Z-07.
X-07
G1:00000000000000183.37
CASH IN DRAWER (08)
Total of the media in drawer amounts is printed if media are programmed to be added to CID memory. It can be
reset by issuing the Z-08 or Z-01 report.
X-08
CID1
CID2
140.03
.00
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CASHIER (10, 11)
X-10
C01
CASHIER NAME 001
13
DRAWER TTL
1
F.C. MEDIA
0.9345 *
1
EURO
6.5595 *
0
CHEQUE
6
CASH
TOTAL
<
71.60
sequential cashier number, cashier name
transaction count, amount
6.54
700
6.23
.95
5.00
10.64
28.41
.00 >
These contents are the same as X-03 full transaction report.
:
1
VOID
2.00
2
REFND
1.15
1
REG 5.00
CORRECTED
1
1
T.VOID
3.50
NSALE
1
CLEAR
5
OPEN
1
CID1
4.64
08/14:29 - 08/18:05
1:25
----------------------------------ALTTL
71.60
-----------------------------------
Reg (-) -- refund of all items
correction count or count/amount of PLU and R.PLU only [SF-67.g]
transaction void
no sale count
clear count
open count (OFF COMPULSORY and HALO RELEASE keys used)
cash amount in drawer 1
log-in date / time - log-out date / time
labor hours
All Cashiers Total, total transaction amount
X-11
C01
13
CASHIER NAME 001
71.60
1:25
----------------------------------ALTTL
71.60
-----------------------------------
sequential cashier number, cashier name
transaction count, amount
labor hours
All Cashiers Total, total transaction amount
Note: In the full report, some data with value of "0" will be skipped.
In the individual report, all data (whether "0" valued or not) is printed.
Labor Hours
Labor hours are calculated by the hours between log-out and log-in and accumulated until each Z-10/11 report is
taken.
log-in time
14:29 (printed)
17:39
log-out time
15:30
18:05 (printed)
total
labor hours
0:59
0:26
1:25 (printed)
When X-10/11 reports are taken without doing the previous cashier log-out operation, the labor hours are not
calculated (0:00 is printed). Special care must be taken when Z-10/11 reports are issued.
When Z-10 report is taken,
- The cashier is automatically logged out. The symbol * is printed on the right side of the log-in/out times data.
- The calculated 1st level of labor hours is printed and reset.
When Z-11 report is taken,
- The cashier is not automatically logged out.
- The accumulated 2nd level of labor hours is printed, excluding the latest labor hours, and it will then be reset.
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MAIN GROUP-A (20, 21)
This report shows the ten main group-A's which are used to monitor sales of all drinks, all snacks, all daily
goods, etc. Each main group-A consists of linked group-A's.
X-20
17
MAIN GP-01
32.692%
:
TOTAL
16.85
119.15
main group-A quantity, name, amount
sales % [SF-27.e]
total amount
Main Group-A Quantity
Calculated either by the actual quantity or by the number of registrations ([SF-68.d]).
Sales %
Each group's % of total sales is calculated either by quantity of items sold or by sales amount ([SF-27.h]). A
positive sales % is calculated from the total positive sales and a negative sales % is calculated from the total
negative sales.
GROUP-A PER MAIN GROUP-A (22, 23)
This report shows the linked group-A's per main group-A.
X-22
MG 01
17
MAIN GP-01
GROUP-A-01
16.85
100
%
TOTAL
16.85
-----------------------------------:
ALTTL
119.15
main group-A number, name
linked group-A quantity, name, amount
sales % per main group-A (printed by [SF-27.e])
total amount per main group-A
total amount of all Main Group-As
Linked Group-A Quantity
Calculated either by the actual quantity or by the number of registrations ([SF-68.d]).
GROUP-A (25, 26) / GROUP-B (30, 31)
X-25
17
GROUP-A-01
MAIN GP-01
32.692%
:
TOTAL
16.85
119.15
group quantity, name, amount
link main group-A name (only for group-A)
sales % (printed by [SF-27.e])
total amount of all groups
Group-A or B Quantity
Calculated either by the actual quantity or by the number of registrations ([SF-68.d]).
Group-A or B Amount
Group-A/B amount is calculated as:
total PLU amount linked to each group-A/B
Item (-), % on item ([SF-29.e])
+) VAT tax amount
1
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GROUP-A STOCK (29) / GROUP-B STOCK (39)
This report shows the total stock of PLUs which are linked to group-A or B.
Minus symbol shows the short stock.
X-29
GA 01
GROUP-A-01
P------------------1#
PLU-NAME 00001
10
P------------------2#
PLU-NAME 00002
5
TOTAL
5
------------------------------------
group number
group name
PLU code (linked to group-A or -B)
PLU name
PLU stock
PLU (40, 41)
X-40
P------------------1#
PLU-NAME 00001
GROUP-A-01
4
3.91
P------------------2#
PLU-NAME 00001
GROUP-A-02
3
5.50
:
-----------------------------------TOTAL
70.26
PLU code
PLU name
link group-A name, PLU quantity, amount
all PLUs' total amount
PLU Quantity
Calculated either by the actual quantity or by the number of registrations ([SF-68.d]).
Weight with kg or lb is printed for scalable item ([SF-5.e]). (Actual quantity must be selected.)
PLU Amount
PLU amounts include or do not include item (-) and % on item ([SF-29.e]).
Subtotal (-), % on subtotal and adjustment amounts are not included in the PLU amounts.
PLU STOCK (42)
This report shows the stocks of PLU that remain.
X-42
P------------------1#
PLU-NAME 00001
1
PLU code
PLU name
Stock (kg or lb is printed for weight of scalable item [SF-5.e])
2
Minus symbol shows the short stock.
P------------------2#
PLU-NAME 00001
NON-ACTIVE PLU (43, 44)
This report shows PLU items (PLU code and name) that have not been sold.
X-43
P-----------------98#
PLU-NAME 00098
P-----------------99#
PLU-NAME 00099
PLU code
PLU name
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ACTIVE PLU STOCK (49)
This report shows the stocks of PLU that have been sold.
X-49
P------------------1#
PLU-NAME 00001
1
PLU code
PLU name
Stock (kg or lb is printed for weight of scalable item [SF-5.e])
2
Minus symbol shows the short stock.
P------------------2#
PLU-NAME 00002
GROUP-A PLU (56, 57) / GROUP-B PLU (58, 59)
This report shows the consolidated PLU sales data of items which are linked to a group-A or a group-B.
The report contents are almost the same as PLU report.
X-56
GA 01
GROUP-A-01
P------------------1#
PLU-NAME 00001
4
3.91
100
%
TOTAL
3.91
-----------------------------------:
ALTTL
119.15
group number
group name
PLU code (linked to group-A or -B)
PLU name
PLU quantity, amount
sales % per group (printed by [SF-27.f])
total amount per group
all group's total amount
AMOUNT TRACK TOTAL (60)
Shows the total balance amount of all tracks that have been closed by TRACK/NEW BALANCE key. When
Amount Tracks are closed by a media key, the data is updated by subtracting the track amounts from the total.
X-60
TOTAL
2
43.69
number of tracks, total balance of temporarily closed tracks
AMOUNT TRACK (62)
Shows each track amount that has been closed by TRACK/NEW BALANCE key.
X-62
<
<
TOTAL
5>
6>
5.00
7.00
12.00
< track number >, balance due
total balance due of all tracks
R. PLU (70, 71)
Shows the quantity and amount of each R. PLU (Recyclable PLU), such as bottle deposit/return linked to a main
PLU.
X-70
B---1# R.PLU001
DP
4
BR
1
TOTAL
DP
4
BR
1
.60
.15
R. PLU sequential number, name
R. PLU deposit quantity, amount
R. PLU returned quantity, amount
.60
.15
total quantity, amount of R. PLU deposit
total quantity, amount of R. PLU returned
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QUANTITY DISCOUNT (72, 73)
Shows the quantity and discount amount of PLUs linked to a quantity discount table.
X-72
M---1#
Disct001
1
M---2# Disct002
1
M---3# Disct003
1
TOTAL
.20
quantity discount table number, name
quantity, discount amount
.30
2.00
2.50
total discount amount
CUSTOMER FILE (74)
Customer file data is printed in "order of customer file programmed" or in "descending order of last access date
(if sorted by <X>-[CUSTOMER FILE])". Z-74 report prints and erases all the customer file data.
X-74
DAVID SMITH
5-25 3-chome Tenma
Kita-ku Osaka
JAPAN
81-6-6353-7021
(JUN07/2003)
-----------------------------------:
EDWARD
Throstle St. Blackburn
Lancashire England
BB2 1TQ
44-1254-54546
(JUN08/2003)
------------------------------------
name (max. 24 characters) --- centered
address 1 (max. 24 characters)
address 2 (max. 24 characters)
address 3 (max. 24 characters)
phone number/VAT number (max. 15 characters)
last access date
ESF STATUS (79)
Each journal data is memorized in the ECR's ESF (Electronic Store & Forward) memory by [SF-4.h]. This
report shows the ESF status.
X-79
USED :
REST :
ALLOT:
524
3447
3971
number of used records
number of remaining records
total number of records
In order to see the ESF data, there are following ways:
printed on Z-79 ESF status if [SF-13.c=1]
press ESF PRINT key
take ESF report by using Tensai2000 under the selection of [SF-13.g=1]
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X.
WARNING MESSAGES
The messages which are programmed by SP-182 will be displayed under certain specific conditions. In the auto
preset condition, the default messages "Warn Message# xx" are displayed.
WM-#1
WM-#2
WM-#3
WM-#4
WM-#5
WM-#6
WM-#7
WM-#8
WM-#9
WM-#10
WM-#11
WM-#12
WM-#13
WM-#14
WM-#15
WM-#16
WM-#17
WM-#18
WM-#19
WM-#20
WM-#21
WM-#22
WM-#23
WM-#24
WM-#25
WM-#26
WM-#27
WM-#28
WM-#29
PRINTER ERROR
Turn the power off and check the printer. Then turn the power on. Do not perform the initial reset operation.
INPUT FIGURE OVER LIMITATION
Press CL key. (PLU/Total HALO can be released temporarily by using HALO RELEASE key.)
CASHIER IS NOT LOGGED OR SIGNED ON
MEDIA SLIP VALIDATION IS COMPULSORY
Print media slip validation by MISC. VALID key.
(can be released temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key)
TOTAL SLIP VALIDATION IS COMPULSORY
Print total slip validation by TTL. VALID key.
(can be released temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key)
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
SBTL KEY DEPRESSION IS COMPULSORY BEFORE TENDERED AMOUNT INPUT
(can be released temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key)
TAX TABLE IS NOT PRESET
Enter tax amount manually. Preset tax table.
TENDERED AMOUNT INPUT IS COMPULSORY
(can be released temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key)
DRAWER IS OPEN
This message is displayed only when the optional 'drawer open sensor' is being used.
CASH DECLARATION IS COMPULSORY
REGISTRATION BUFFER IS ALMOST FULL
Prepare to close the transaction.
NOT USED
NOT USED
ECR TO ECR RAM DATA TRANSFER ERROR
Check the cable connection between ECR & ECR. Refer to Interfaces & Peripherals manual for details.
CASHIER iBUTTON IS REMOVED
Insert previously removed cashier iButton.
SLIP PRINTER IS BUSY
Press CL key and wait for the printer to be ready. Press 'PRINT' on the printer to proceed with the slip.
NOT USED
RECEIPT PAPER END
Replace with new paper roll.
JOURNAL PAPER END
Replace with new paper roll.
THERMAL PRINTER IS OVERHEATED
Please wait until the head cools down.
THERMAL PRINTER HEAD IS RELEASED
Close the paper roll cover by pressing down the surbased area.
TOTAL 25 SHORT TENDERED AMOUNT INPUT PROHIBITED [MF-1.e]
CHECK-DIGIT ERROR
Press CL key and enter the correct PLU code.
PRICE / WEIGHT CHECK-DIGIT ERROR
Press CL key and enter the price or weight manually. Re-program the PLU code.
95
WM-#30 PLU NOT FOUND
Press CL key and enter correct PLU code or register the PLU as Not Found PLU.
WM-#31 PLU PRESET MEMORY IS FULL
WM-#32 SLIP PAPER HAS NOT BEEN INSERTED
WM-#33 REGISTRATION BUFFER IS FULL
Close the transaction temporarily by NEW BALANCE key or close it by a media key.
WM-#34 ENTIRE AMOUNT TRACK MEMORY IS FULL
Close the amount track by a media key.
WM-#35 NEW BALANCE CLOSING IS COMPULSORY [SF-15.f]
(can be released temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key)
WM-#36 REAL-TIME COMMUNICATION: EXTERNAL AMOUNT TRACK # DOES NOT EXIST
Enter correct external amount track number.
WM-#37 AMOUNT TRACK # INPUT IS COMPULSORY [SF-15.h]
(can be released temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key)
WM-#38 REAL-TIME COMMUNICATION: WAITING DEBIT / CREDIT CARD VERIFICATION
WM-#39 REAL-TIME COMMUNICATION: ENTER EXPIRY DATE OF DEBIT / CREDIT CARD
WM-#40 CUSTOMER'S BIRTHDAY INPUT IS COMPULSORY
(can be released temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key)
WM-#41 NEGATIVE PRICE PLU ENTRY PROHIBITED WHEN PLU IS LINKED TO A QUANTITY
DISCOUNT TABLE
Press CL key.
WM-#42 SLIP PRINT IS COMPULSORY
(can be released temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key)
WM-#43 THIS AGE LIMITED PLU CAN NOT BE SOLD
WM-#44 STORE MEMORY IS OCCUPIED
Restore the saved transaction and close it by a media key.
(displayed when the store memory is used and a transaction report is taken, training operation is done or the
control key is turned to LOCK position)
WM-#45 WEIGHT HAS NOT BEEN CHANGED (ITEM NOT REMOVED)
(displayed only when the scale has been programmed this way)
WM-#46 DECIMAL FRACTION ENTRY PROHIBITED [PF-2.b]
WM-#47 THIS PLU ENTRY IS PROHIBITED (ITEM HAS BEEN PROGRAMMED AS LOCK ITEM) [PF-3.c]
WM-#48 "SWIPE CARD" MESSAGE BY CARD MEDIA CLOSING
WM-#49 THIS TRACK IS OCCUPIED BY STORE OPERATION
Restore the amount track by pressing STORE/RESTORE key.
WM-#50 PER CUSTOMER LIMIT OVER FOR QUANTITY DISCOUNT OPERATION
Press CL key.
WM-#51 THIS PLU IS NOT PROGRAMMED FOR NOT FOUND PLU
Set [PF-3.d=1]. Or Master PLU for Not Found PLU is prohibited to register by [SF-67.e=0].
WM-#52 NOT FOUND PLU UNIT HAS NOT BEEN ENTERED
WM-#53 TARE WEIGHT ENTRY IS OVER FLOW
WM-#54 TARE WEIGHT ENTRY IS COMPULSORY
(can be released temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key)
WM-#55 MANUAL TARE WEIGHT ENTRY IS PROHIBITED [PF-1.b]
WM-#56 NOT USED
WM-#57 NOT USED
WM-#58 GAS ITEM'S VOID & REFUND OPERATIONS ARE PROHIBITED [SF-108.c]
WM-#59 THIS PLU IS NOT SCALABLE PLU [PF-2.a]
WM-#60 ESF MEMORY IS FULL [SF-3.h]
Issue Z-79 ESF status report with data print by [SF-13.c], take Z-8879 by PC (from Tensai2000), or take Z-79
report by PC batch communication with ESF data collection in order to clear the ESF memory. See also
MISCELLANEOUS MESSAGES "ESF NEAR FULL".
WM-#61 CUSTOMER FILE IS NOT FOUND
WM-#62 CUSTOMER FILE MEMORY IS FULL
WM-#63 NOT USED
WM-#64 NOT USED
WM-#65 SCANNER COMMUNICATION ERROR
WM-#66 NOT USED
WM-#67 ARE YOU SURE TO EXECUTE TRANSACTION VOID?
WM-#68 NOT USED
WM-#69 JOURNAL DATA TRANSFER BUFFER IS FULL
WM-#70 IRC LINE (RS485) IS BUSY
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WM-#71 SLIP PRINTER ERROR FOR TP-822/832/CBM-1000
Confirm the setting of slip printer. Refer to Interfaces & Peripherals manual for details.
WM-#72 NOT USED
WM-#73 PREPARATIONS FOR EURO CONVERSION ARE NOT COMPLETED
Refer to the separate document "How to Switch to Euro Currency System 2002".
WM-#74 ENTERED NUMBERS FOR EURO CONVERSION SEQUENCE IS NOT CORRECT
Refer to the separate document "How to Switch to Euro Currency System 2002".
WM-#75 SLIP PRINTER ERROR FOR TP-620
Confirm the setting of slip printer. Refer to Interfaces & Peripherals manual for details.
WM-#76 SCALE COMMUNICATION ERROR / WEIGHT ERROR
Confirm the setting of scale. Refer to Interfaces & Peripherals manual for details.
Reduce the item on the scale or put the item if the weight display is zero. This is displayed if the item weight on
the scale exceeds the limit weight of the scale or the item weight is zero when SCALE key is pressed.
MISCELLANEOUS MESSAGES
SETUP REQUIRED
It indicates that ECR data might be collapsed because of a low battery condition by battery
discharge while ECR is in stock for a long period.
Perform Physical RAM Test and Auto Preset, then leave ECR ON for minimum of 3 hours
for battery charge.
INITIAL RESET RQ
SYSTEM ERROR : Since Initial Reset is required, perform the initial reset.
IR DONE
INITIAL RESET OPERATION ACCEPTED
---
IN PC BATCH COMMUNICATION
Pc comm ---
PC comm error
PC BATCH COMMUNICATION ERROR
---
PC-IN
---
RECEIVING RAM DATA FROM PERIPHERAL (ECR to ECR RAM data transfer)
---
PC-OUT
---
TRANSFERRING RAM DATA TO PERIPHERAL (ECR to ECR RAM data transfer)
-- TEXT ERROR --
PC TEXT DATA ERROR IN REAL-TIME COMMUNICATION
ECR ID AND PC ID OVERLAPPED
--- ID ERROR ---
ESF NEAR FULL
displayed on the bottom line
Reprogram the ECR ID # using SP-171 or reprogram the PC ID # by setting the system
function flag SF-82.
OPTIONAL ESF MEMORY IS NEAR FULL
15287 records out of maximum 15887 is used.
The ESF memory near full condition can be cleared by issuing Z-79 ESF status report with
data print by [SF-13.c], by taking Z-8879 by PC (from Tensai2000), or by taking Z-79
report by PC batch communication.
When ESF memory becomes full, the data first stored, i.e. data at the starting of ESF
memory area, will be deleted from ESF memory.
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XI. IRC MESSAGES
Following messages are displayed on the master ECR or the slave ECRs in IRC communication:
Displayed on Slave ECR
--- IRC COMM --- Displayed on the top when a slave ECR is in IRC communication.
Displayed on Master ECR
Displayed on the top when a slave ECR is in IRC communication, or when the communication line
-- IRC BUSY -is being used by other ECR for slip printer transmission, etc.
Displayed on the bottom when master ECR is in IRC communication of report collection or
ECR#-xx
program download.
Displayed on the bottom while the master is taking IRC Z report when a slave ECR is in error (can
ECR#-xx OFF
not communicate), or when the power is OFF, or the cable being disconnected.
Displayed on the bottom when a slave ECR is processing a transaction, or when a transaction is
ECR#-xx BUSY
closed but some compulsory conditions still remain.
xx: slave ECR's IRC ID (last two digits of machine number)
POWER OFF / BUSY / COMMUNICATION ERROR AT SLAVE ECR
For X-report data, the master ECR prints consolidated X report skipping power offed or busy slave ECR. See
IRC status printed at the end of the report for non-consolidated slave ECRs.
When collecting Z-report data and one or more of the slave ECRs are not ready, the master ECR displays slave
ECR status as shown above. Re-attempt to collect the slave's report or skip it.
TTL 25 key for re-attempt:
If you wish to include an ECR's data on Z-report, close the transaction in process on that particular slave, or turn
its power on and then press TTL 25 key on the master ECR.
CL key for skip:
If you do not wish an ECR's data on the report, press CL key and the master will skip that slave ECR. Master
resumes data collection for the next ECR in the system.
POWER OFF AT MASTER ECR
If the power fails while collecting X-report data, the master prints consolidated X report when the power
returns. See IRC status printed at the end of the report for non-consolidated slave ECRs.
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PLU CODE ............................................................................................................................................................ 1
PLU PRICE............................................................................................................................................................ 2
PLU STOCK .......................................................................................................................................................... 2
PLU NAME ........................................................................................................................................................... 2
CASHIER NAME .................................................................................................................................................. 2
DATE ..................................................................................................................................................................... 2
TIME...................................................................................................................................................................... 2
PLU CODE
You can use the user friendly program sequence to add new PLU. Refer to "User Friendly PLU Programming" in the
operation manual.
< SP >--{(201)--[X/ENTER] or select from the list}--{PLU entry}--[X, CR or CL: see step 3]--[CL]
PLU entry: (PLU code: max. 18 digits)--[ • /ENTER] / Scanner / Hard PLU key
Before entering PLU, PACKED SALE key can be pressed if required.
1.
In the SP position, enter program number and press X or ENTER key or select this program from the list.
2.
Enter PLU code (max. 18 digits) and press [ • ] or ENTER or scan the barcode on the item or press Hard PLU key.
For PLUs sold by using one of PACKED SALE keys:
It should be programmed as well as the original PLU using this sequence. When PACKED SALE 1 key is pressed on
this sequence, the PLU code enterd in the next step with '1' at 18th digit is programmed. For example, when the PLU
code '1234' is entered with PACKED SALE 1 key, the PLU code '100000000000001234' is programmed. PACKED
SALE 2 and 3 keys will attach '2' and '3' to the entered PLU code.
3.
Press X key to create a PLU.
Press CR key to delete this PLU. Before the deletion, clear the PLU's sales data.
PLU having a sales data can not be deleted. Issue PLU Z reports (Z-40~42) in order to clear the sales data.
Press CL key to cancel the PLU code entry.
4.
Press CL key to finish the sequence.
You can see the settings on X-88 PLU program dump report. Number of PLUs is printed on X-85 Function program dump
report - Required #3.
1
PLU PRICE
<Z1/P>--{(305)--[X/ENTER] or select from the list}--{PLU entry}--{select Standard or Pending price}-[ENTER]--(*PLU price: max. 8 digits)--[X/ENTER]--[X for next PLU, 00/CL for another PLU]--[CL]--[CL]
PLU entry: (PLU code: max. 18 digits)--[ • /ENTER] / Scanner / Hard PLU key
Before entering PLU, PACKED SALE key can be pressed if required.
*
To skip the entering price, press X without entering price.
When ENTER key is pressed without entering price, then zero price is programmed.
To see the setting on the screen, press 00 or CL and enter the PLU code. Or you will see the settings on X-88 PLU program
dump report.
PLU STOCK
< Z2 >--{(406)--[X/ENTER] or select from the list}--{PLU entry}--[X for the next, 00 for another]-(Quantity: 0 ~ 79999.999)--[X/ENTER to add, CR to subtract]--[CL]
PLU entry: (PLU code: max. 18 digits)--[ • /ENTER] / Scanner / Hard PLU key
Before entering PLU, PACKED SALE key can be pressed if required.
* Entered quantity is not replaced with current stock but it is added or subtracted to/from the current stock.
Entered stock is printed on receipt by [SF-81.a=1]. Also you can see the stock on X-42 PLU stock report.
PLU NAME
< SP >--{(202)--[X/ENTER] or select from the list}--{PLU entry}--(max. 22 characters)--[00 to print]-[ENTER]--[CL]
PLU entry: (PLU code: max. 18 digits)--[ • /ENTER] / Scanner / Hard PLU key
Before entering PLU, PACKED SALE key can be pressed if required.
CASHIER NAME
< SP >--{(212)--[X/ENTER] or select from the list}--{(Cashier #1 ~ 99)--[ • /ENTER] or select from the list}
--(max. 16 characters)--[00 to print]--[ENTER]--[CL]
DATE
< X >---( 1 )---[ • ]---(YYYYMMDD)---[ X / ENTER ]
TIME
< X >---( 2 )---[ • ]---(HHMMSS)---[ X / ENTER ]
2
Hardware Specification
PRINTER
Model name
Speed
Receipt / Journal
Validation
Graphic logo size
(width x height)
Fine quality paper roll
2-sheet dot matrix
PX-6600
Epson M-U420
with an auto cutter
3 lines/sec
24 / 24 columns
55 columns
no graphic logo
44.5 (+/- 0.5) mm
ø83 mm
2-sheet thermal
1-sheet thermal
PX-6700
PX-6750
Receipt: M-T207A
Citizen LT-1320
Journal: M-T203
with an auto cutter
Epson thermal printer with an
(no journal)
auto cutter and clamshell
mechanism
21.3 lines/sec
21.5 lines/sec
36 / 36 columns
46 columns
no validation (slip validation available)
max. 54 x 36 mm by [SF-10.f,g] max. 72 x 36 mm by [SF-10.f,g]
58 (+0 / -0.5) mm
80 mm, ø80 mm
ø83 mm
TF50KS-E2C (Nihon Seishi)
Slip validation paper complies with slip printer.
Validation paper
(width)
(height)
(thickness)
Ink ribbon
135 to 210 mm
min. 70 mm
0.07 to 0.14 mm
Epson ERC-32
KEYBOARD
Flat key
Stroke key
152 keys
90 keys incl. optional 12 keys
DISPLAY
Front LCD
(column x line)
(view area)
(display type)
(character size)
(LCD type)
(backlight)
Rear display
POWER SUPPLY
POWER
CONSUMPTION
TEMPERATURE
DIMENSIONS &
WEIGHT
W x D x H mm
RAM CAPACITY
MEMORY
PROTECTION
no ink ribbon
40 columns x 8 lines
38 (H) x 116 (W) mm
64 (H) x 240 (W) dot matrix
0.46 (H) x 0.41 (W) mm/dot
STN, Blue mode, transmissive
white CCFL
Reversing display function by [SF-119.h]
1-line 12 digits numeric, standard
AC 117V / 230V ± 10%, 50/60Hz
Dot printer: 400mA (117V) / 200mA (230V)
Thermal 1-sheet printer: 0.6A (117V) / 0.3A (230V)
Thermal 2-sheet printer: 1A (117V) / 0.5A (230V)
Operation
0° ~ 40°C (32° ~ 104°F)
Storage
-10° ~ 50°C (14° ~ 122°F)
With drawer
410 x 415 x 297
Without drawer
370 x 410 x 196 (option)
Drawer
405 x 423 x 98 + 14 mm for a foot
8C4B (removable/adjustable coin tray)
5C5B (removable coin tray)
Weight
Approx. 13.5 Kg with drawer, 6.5 Kg without drawer
Standard
One 4M bit RAM chip on MPU board
Option
Up to three RAM boards are available.
3 months
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