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OPERATING MANUAL

TL550

Nov . 2003

NOTICE

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

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

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

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION NOTICE

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

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

Introduction

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

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

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

Contents

NOTICE

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION NOTICE

Introduction

Contents

Overview of Steps Required to Use This Cash Register

1. Before Starting Operations

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1. 1 General Specifications ...................................................................................................

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1. 2 Precaution s .......................................................................................................................

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1. 3 Part names and Functions ............................................................................................

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An External View ..............................................................................................................

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Control Lock .....................................................................................................................

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Printer ..............................................................................................................................

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Keyboard ..........................................................................................................................

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Customer Display .............................................................................................................

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Examples of status symbols .............................................................................................

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Operator Display ..............................................................................................................

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2. Setting Up

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2. 1 Installing the Cash Register ..........................................................................................

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2. 2 Initializing Your Cash Register .....................................................................................

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2. 3 Installing and Removing a Paper Roll ........................................................................

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Installing a Paper Roll ...........................................................................................................

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Removing a Paper Roll .........................................................................................................

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3. Programming Layout

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3. 1 Keyboard ...........................................................................................................................

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3. 2 Character Table ................................................................................................................

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3. 3 Explanation on character input ............................................................................................

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3.3.1. Programming names and messages ............................................................................

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3.3.2. How to input letters .....................................................................................................

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4. P1 programming

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4. 1 Setting DATE/TIME/NUMBER ........................................................................................

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4. 2 DEPARTMENT Programming ........................................................................................

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4. 3 Setting PLU .......................................................................................................................

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4. 4 Setting TAX .......................................................................................................................

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4. 5 Setting Tax Table .............................................................................................................

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4. 6 Setting DISCOUNT ( - ) ...................................................................................................

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4. 7 Setting +% .........................................................................................................................

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4. 8 Setting -% ..........................................................................................................................

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4. 9 Setting CLERK NAME .....................................................................................................

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4.10 Setting AGE TABLE ........................................................................................................

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4.11 Setting FOREIGN CURRENCY ......................................................................................

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4.12 Setting PRINT MESSAGE ...............................................................................................

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4.13 Setting LOGO MESSAGE ...............................................................................................

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4.14 Setting FOOD STAMP .....................................................................................................

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4.15 Setting GUEST TABLE ...................................................................................................

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5. P2 programming

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5. 1 Setting SYSTEM FLAG ...................................................................................................

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5. 2 Setting PASSWORD ........................................................................................................

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5. 3 Setting TRANSACTION NAME ......................................................................................

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5. 4 Setting REPORT PARAMETER .....................................................................................

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5. 5 Setting STARTUP NUMBER ..........................................................................................

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5. 6 Setting TIMER AND ALARM ..........................................................................................

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5. 7 COM1/2 SETUP .................................................................................................................

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5. 8 Setting KEY LAYOUT ......................................................................................................

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5. 9 ROUNDING METHOD FOR FINALIZING AMOUNT ...................................................

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5.10 JOURNAL MODE ..............................................................................................................

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5.11 VERSION ............................................................................................................................

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6. Cash Register Operation

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6. 1 Before Operating Your Cash Register ........................................................................

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6. 2 Basic Operation ..............................................................................................................

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6. 3 Receipt On or Off Mode ..................................................................................................

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6. 4 Check and Charge ..........................................................................................................

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6. 5 Change Calculations .......................................................................................................

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6. 6 Tendered Amount Entries ............................................................................................

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6. 7 Discounting with the [-] Key ........................................................................................

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6. 8 Using the [+%] Key and [-%] Key .................................................................................

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6. 9 Tax Calculations .............................................................................................................

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6.10 Receiving a Returned Item ...........................................................................................

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6.11 Received on Account and Paid Out ............................................................................

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6.12 Exchanging Money and Opening the Drawer ...........................................................

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6.13 Calculation of change after the transaction finalized ............................................

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7. Making Corrections

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7. 1 Correcting Numbers That Have Been Entered .........................................................

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7. 2 Voiding the Last Entry ....................................................................................................

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7. 3 Voiding Earlier Entries ...................................................................................................

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7. 4 Voiding a Sales After the Transaction Has Been Finalized ...................................

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7. 5 Voiding a Sales at V Control Lock Key Position ......................................................

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8. Hold Operation

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9. EURO Operation

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9. 1 Tendered amount and total amount are in LC.

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9. 2 Tendered amount and total amount are in Euro.

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9. 3 In case the finalization by CASH, CHECK, CHARGE (CARD) is possible by the flag selection: ...................................................................................................................

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9. 4 Operation of RA(=received on account) and PO(=paid-out) in Euro ...................

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10. Special Functions

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10.1 Training Mode ...................................................................................................................

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10.2 Age Verification ................................................................................................................

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10.3 Unit Price Display ............................................................................................................

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10.4 Guest Table .......................................................................................................................

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11.Checking and Resetting Sales Information

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11.1 Overview of Checking and Resetting Sales Information .......................................

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11.2 Structure & Explanation of Reports ............................................................................

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11.3 Sample Reports ................................................................................................................

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11.4 JOUNAL SEARCH ............................................................................................................

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11.5 Declaring Amount of Cash in Drawer .........................................................................

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11.6 RS232C Interface .............................................................................................................

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12. Maintenance

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12.1 Cleaning Your Cash Register .......................................................................................

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12.2 Opening the Drawer Manually ......................................................................................

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12.3 In Case of a Paper Jam ...................................................................................................

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12.4 Head Cleaning Procedure and Precautions ..............................................................

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12.5 LIST OF ERROR MESSAGES ........................................................................................

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12.6 Troubleshooting ...............................................................................................................

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Overview of Steps Required to Use This Cash Register

1. Understand your cash register.

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

See Chapter 1, “Before Starting Operations.”

2. Install your cash register.

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

See section 2.1 “Installing the Cash Register.”

3. Initialize the cash register.

Initialize the cash register’s memory, before programming the cash register.

See section 2.2 “Initializing Your Cash Register.”

4. Install the paper roll.

Install paper rolls for the receipt and journal correctly.

See section 2.3 “Installing and Removing a Paper Roll.”

5. Program your cash register.

Program certain items for your store into the memory of the cash register, for example, the price of an item, the taxes levied on the item, the functions of the keys and so on.

See Chapter 3 “Programming Layout.”

6. Operate the cash register.

Perform the sales transaction according to your programming.

See “Chapter 4 P1 programming,” “Chapter 5 P2 programming,”

“Chapter 6 Cash Register Operation,” “Chapter 7 Making Corrections,”

“Chapter 8 Hold Operation,” “Chapter9 EURO Operation” and “Chapter

10 Special Functions.”

7. Check and reset the sales information.

Review and reset the daily sales information. You can also check the information from a certain period of time, such as a week and a month. After resetting the information, you can enter the new information from the next day.

See Chapter 11 “Checking and Resetting the Sales Information.”

1. Before Starting Operations

1.1 General Specifications

Item

Power source

Power consumption

Ambient operating temperature

Memory

Memory back-up time

Printer

Printing speed

Paper roll

External dimensions

Weight

Description

AC 100V - 240V

30W

32˚F to 104˚F (0˚C to 40˚C)

C-MOS RAM

Approx. 20 days by rechargeable battery (Ni-H)

1 station line thermal printer

Approx. 10 lines per sec.

Width 57.5 mm (2.25 inches)

Max diameter 70 mm (2.74 inches)

350mm (W) x 408mm (D) x 321mm (H)

(13.7” (W) x16.0” (D) x12.6” (H))

10 kg (22 lb) (No.26 Drawer)

1.2 Precautions

Please note the following items before using the cash register.

Avoid using the cash register in the following conditions:

Exposed to direct sunlight or water

Hot or humid environments

Near equipment that generates strong electromagnetic fields

Anywhere there may be sudden changes in temperature

Do not touch the cash register if your hands are wet.

If the register malfunctions, do not attempt to repair the cash register by yourself.

Plug your cash register into any standard wall outlet. Other electrical devices on the same circuit may damage the cash register.

The main outlet for this cash register must be located near the unit and easily accessible.

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1.3 Part names and Functions

This section shows part names and describes the function of each part of the cash register.

An External View

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Part names

1 . Printer cover

2 . Receipt dispenser

3 . Drawer

4 . Display (Customer’s side)

5 . Display (Operator’s side)

6 . Control lock

7 . Keyboard

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Functions

This cover protects the printer.

This is where the receipt comes out.

This drawer is used to store cash, checks, coupons, etc.

There is a lock on it. Lock or unlock with the drawer key which came with this cash register.

This display shows the customer the price, total, change due, and various types of symbols during sales transaction.

This display shows the operator the price, total, change due, department codes, PLU codes and various types of symbols during sales transaction.

This display also indicates steps of programming, taking reports etc.

The control lock allows you to change cash register modes.

The keyboard is for operating the cash register.

1 Before Starting Operations

Control Lock

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

Your register is equipped with seven modes. The cash register is always in one of these nine modes for any operation. Keys are a set of three kinds such as marked as “OW,” “MA” and “OP” respectively.

P2

OW : Key for Owner can access all key positions.

MA : Key for Manager can access “L,” “R,” “V,”

“X,” “Z” and “P1” positions.

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

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OP

R

V

X

Z

P1

OW

MA

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

Mark

P2

L

Mode Name

Program 2

Lock mode

Functions

Used to program “SYSTEM FLAG,” “PASSWORD,” “TRANSACTION

NAME” etc.

Used to turn off the cash register. This mode disables all operations.

R Register mode Used for normal checkout operations.

V

X

Z

P1

Void

Read Report

Reset Report

Program 1

Used to correct the registration.

Used to read and print the Sales Reports.

Used to read, reset and print the Sales Reports.

Used to program “DATE/NAME/NUMBER,” “DEPARTMENT,”

“PLU” etc.

Printer

The figure shows the printer when the cover is removed

Receipt location

Paper entrance (under the roller)

Thermal head

Head up lever

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Keyboard

The figures below show the standard keyboards for this cash register.

Flat Keyboard

Name

1 . Price look up Key

1' .

Direct PLU Key (Flat keyboard)

2 .

Multiplication/Time

Key/Clerk Number

Abbreviation Functions

PLU Used for registering a PLU item. A PLU number is used as a code for a pre-programming merchandise price, to maintain a tally of cost and quantity of the merchandise sold.

Max. 6,000 PLUs.

1 to 40 Used to register a PLU item directly.

X

TIME

Triple function. Used to register multiple items, to display the current time, and to display the clerk number.

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Name

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5 .

. Hold (Interrupt)

. Department shift Key

Received on account Key

Abbreviation Functions

HOLD Used for interrupt in the registration temporarily. To release from this function, ID key is used.

DEPT/SHFT

RA

Changes the code used by the Department Keys. For example, it is pressed to use the 1 key for department 11 (Raised), 7 (Flat).

1) Used to move the cursor upward in sales registration.

2) Used to register cash, card or check amount received on account.

3) Used not to display the number by pressing before numeral keys

(not in sales registration) for password, ID etc.

6 . Paid-out Key PO

7 . Discount Key [-%]

8 . Plus Percentage Key [+%]

1) Used to move the cursor downward in sales registration.

2) Used to register cash, card or check amount paid out of the cash drawer that are not in transaction; i.e., petty cash.

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

Used to add a percentage rate such as a service charge or gratuity to an individual item.

9 .

Euro (Foreign

Currency) Key

/FC Used as Euro or foreign currency key.

10 . Card Keys

11 . Charge Key

CARD1, CARD2 Used to receive the payment by a card.

CHRG Used to sell on credit.

12 . Check Key

13 . Total Key

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Non-add/Subtotal

Key

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. Cancel Key

PLU price entry and release key

. Minus Key

. Return Key

. Void Key

. Clear Key

. Clerk ID Key

. Error correction Key

. Numeric Keys

. Department Keys

. Point Key

. Feed Key

CHKS

TOTL

#/ST

CASH

CASH/TEND

CANCEL

ENT RLS

RET

VOID

CLEAR

ID

EC

1 to 00

1 to 6

1 to 10

FEED

Used when receiving a check for a sale.

Used to display a subtotal including tax.

Used to print a non-add code and to display a subtotal during operations.

Used to register the amount of cash tendered by the customer, complete the sales transaction and display the amount of change due.

This key is also used to fix entered numbers to issue a report.

Used for cancellation of the current transaction.

Used for entering the price of PLU items and temporary release of the programmed price and the maximum entry lock-out function.

Used to discount a certain amount or subtract an amount of an item when you receive a coupon. Known as a mark-down key.

Used to register the price of returned items.

Used to void an amount you have entered and stored.

Used to clear an error or an amount you entered by mistake.

Used for entering individual clerk ID code. This key is also used to control printing of receipts. Used to release from HOLD function as well.

Used for voiding an incorrectly entered item immediately after entering it.

Used for entering numbers.

Used to classify the source of an item from up to 10 departments

(Raised) and 6 departments (Flat). One of these keys needs to be pressed when an item assigned to a department key is sold.

This key is used to enter decimal values.

Used to advance the receipt/journal paper.

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Customer Display

The cash register has a pop-up, seven-segment customer display on the back.

It displays prices, subtotals, change due, and so on. The display can show up to nine digits.

Amount

Examples of status symbols

Your register has eight types of status symbols for the customer display: , , , , ,

, ., ,

Each symbol is displayed as shown below:

Appears when an error, such as an overflow, occurs.

Appears when discounting.

Appears when registering non-sales amount.

For example, entering money received on account and entering petty cash removed from the drawer (paid-out).

Appears when the amount received from a customer is more than the sales total.

Appears when the cash register calculates the subtotal after pressing the #/ST Key or when the amount received from a customer is less than the sales amount.

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Appears when voiding and entering returned item from a customer.

Displays when the CASH/TEND Key is operated.

Displays when the CHKS Key is operated.

Displays when the CHRG Key is operated.

Operator Display

The operator display can be raised, and brightness of the display can be adjusted by the small black dial.

In R mode, process and result of the transaction are displayed according to your entry.

In V mode, “VOID MODE” is displayed instead of “REG MODE.”

In P1, P2, X and Z mode, by moving the cursor and pressing the needed item.

ENTER , you can easily select

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2. Setting Up

This chapter explains what steps are required before programming the cash register.

2.1 Installing the Cash Register

To install the cash register:

1 . Place the cash register in a location near a wall outlet.

CAUTION

Be sure not to locate the cash register in any of the conditions described in section 1.2, “Precautions”.

2 . Insert the owner’s key (marked with “OW”) into the control lock and turn it to the “P2” position.

3 . Plug the power cord into the outlet.

4 . Make sure that the register display reads “HALF RESET.”

5 . Turn the owner’s key to the “L” position to turn off the display.

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P1

Z

V

X

2.2 Initializing Your Cash Register

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

CAUTION

Do not perform the following steps during programming or normal operation. These steps will clear all of the settings you have programmed and erase all sales information in the register.

If you select French, Dutch, Swedish or Portuguese instead of English for display and print, please read CLEAR key in the step 4 to the following key according to the selected language and your ECR model:

PLU4

PLU5

PLU3

PLU2

HOLD

DEPT5

DEPT4

DEPT3

These keys ( PLU 2-5 or HOLD ) refer to default positions at R mode.

To initialize the cash register:

1 Turn the owner’s key to the “L” position.

2 . Remove the power cord from the outlet.

3 . Turn the owner’s key to the “P2” position.

4 . Plug the power code while pressing the CLR key and hold the key down for at least two seconds. “SYSTEM CLEAR”

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P1 will appear in the display. At this point, the register has been initialized.

5 . Turn the owner’s key to the “L” position to turn off the display.

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2.3 Installing and Removing a Paper Roll

This section describes how to install and remove a paper roll. When you install two ply paper rolls in your cash register. One is for receipts and the other is for your records

(journal).

To the Printer

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

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

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The end of the paper which will be inserted into the printer must look like the one shown in Fig.2

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Do not insert a paper end that looks like the ones shown in Fig.3

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Load paper with thermal head in the down position.

If the paper skews, place the thermal head in the up position (head up lever) and reset the paper.

If the thermal head has been in the down position for a long time, it will be impossible to insert because the head is in contact with the platen. In this case, place the head in the up position once and insert the paper again.

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Installing a Paper Roll

To install a paper roll for receipts:

1 . Make sure the control lock is in the “R” position.

2 . From the front of the cash register, grab the rear of the printer cover and lift it up (See Fig.4

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3 . Set the roll paper gently into the paper location which has two spindles and slip the center hubs of the roll.(See Fig.5

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4 . Insert the end of the paper into the paper entrance.

5 . Press and hold the FEED key until about 30 cm of the paper comes out from the printer.(See Fig.6

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6 . (1) Journal

Insert the end of the paper into the slot in the takeup reel and wind two or three turns of paper around the reel.(See Fig.7

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(2) Receipt

Insert the end of the paper into the paper exit of the print cover, and make sure of the paper end to have come out of the cover.

Then close the printer cover.(See Fig.8

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Fig.7

When you have finished installing the paper roll, close the printer cover.

Removing a Paper Roll

When the paper begins to have a red area on it, replace the paper roll.

To remove the paper roll.

1 . Turn the control lock to the “R” position.

2 . Open the printer cover.

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3 . Feed the paper about ten lines forward with the FEED key. (See Fig.9

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4 . Remove the take-up reel from the support.

5 . Cut the paper after the end of printing. (See Fig.10

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Remove the stopper from the take-up reel.

7 . Remove the paper record from the take-up reel.(See

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8 . Remove the remaining paper roll by pressing FEED key.

When you have finished removing the paper, install a new one and close the printer cover. See “Installing a

Paper Roll.”

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2. Setting Up

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3. Programming Layout

3.1 Keyboard

These keyboards are used at P1, P2, X and Z control lock key positions.

Raised Keyboard Layourt

Flat Keyboard Layourt

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Important Keys for Programming

Key

FEED

PAGE

UP

PAGE

DOWN

Functions

Used to advance paper in printer.

Advances one screen.

Returns one screen.

Used to move the cursor.

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

CLEAR

CODE

LETTER

DOUBL

SINGLE

CPTL

SMLL

ESC

DEL

Used to input characters in ASCII code.

Used to enter the characters double size.

Used to enter the capital letters.

Returns from the setting screen to the main menu and sub menu.

Used to delete characters.

INS

OVER

WRITE

COPY

Used to insert characters.

Used to partially overwrite values being set or already set.

PASTE

PRNT

Used to remember field.

Used to make copies the remembered field after entry of the number (1-

100) of copy repeating times.

Starts sequential printing from the designated line number. (Starts from the first line when there is no designation.)

Jumps to the designated line or flag.

DSGN

ENTER

Used to decide selecting item or data.

9 Y

Z

SP

27

SP

Used to make a space in sentence.

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SYMBL

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@

Used to input symbols. By each pressing this key, the following symbols display in turn : ! - * # & ' ( ) $ + / @.

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B

C

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Z

SP

Used to input alphabetical letters. (Raised K/B)

CODE

A

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CODE

F

Used to input hexadecimal A to F. (Flat K/B)

Used to input alphabetical letters and symbols. (Flat K/B)

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0

Used to input number for ASCII table.

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3.2 Character Table

AD (12h) : Double Size Code

SP (20h) : Space Code.

The letters of A to Z can be input directly from the keyboard.

The other characters can be input by ASCII code.

The following keys are used to input by ASCII code :

Control lock key position : P1 or P2

Flat K/B Model

Keys:

Example :

CODE

LETTER

, numeric keys (0 to 9), and

CODE

A to

CODE

F

(A to F)

CODE

LETTER

2

CODE

LETTER

CODE

A

To enter in ASCII mode

The symbol mark of “*” (2A) is input.

To return to normal entry mode

Raised K/B Model

Keys:

CODE

LETTER

, numeric keys (0 to 9), and

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Q

R

(Department 1 to 6 keys correspond to A to F in ASCII code respectively.)

Example :

CODE

LETTER

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CODE

LETTER

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F

To enter in ASCII mode

To enter the symbol mark of “+” (2B).

To return to entry mode

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3.3 Explanation on character input

3.3.1. Programming names and messages

Control lock key position : P1 or P2

1. Programming department names

2. Programming PLU names

3. Programming clerk names

4. Changing transaction words

5. Programming logo messages

6. Programming commercial messages

3.3.2. How to input letters

1) For raised keyboard type ECR users

To input alphabetical letters, department keys are used. For example, to input the letter of “A,” just press [1 ABC] key once. If “K” is to be input, press [4 JKL] key twice.

If you wish to input “ABC,” press [1 ABC] key once and key, [1 ABC] key twice and key, [1 ABC] key three times. To fix your entry, press ENTER .

The following symbols can be input with [10 SYMBL] key: ! - * # & , ( ) $ + / @

Whenever [10 SYMBL] key is pressed, above symbols are displayed one by one.

When you find the symbol you need, press key to input next letter.

2) For flat keyboard type ECR users

To input alphabetical letters and 13 symbols such as ! - * # & , ( ) $ € + / @ can be input directly from the keyboard.

To enter space, press [9 YZSP] (raised K/B) or [27 SP] key (Flat K/B).

To correct wrong spelling, press OVER WRITE key, and move highlighted space by key, and then after the right letter is input, press OVER WRITE key again.

To input characters with ASCII code, please refer to 3.2 Character Table.

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As seen in the screen at P1 control lock key position, the following program items are included in PROGRAM 1 MENU:

1 : DATE/TIME/NUMBER

2 : DEPARTMENT

3 : PLU

10: AGE TABLE

11: FOREIGN CURRENCY

12: PRINT MESSAGE

4 : TAX

5 : TAX TABLE

13: LOGO MESSAGE

14: FOOD STAMP

6 : DISCOUNT (-) 15: GUEST TABLE

7 : +%

8 : -%

9 : CLERK NAME

PROGRAM 1 MENU

1: DATE/TIME/NUMBER

2: DEPARTMENT

3: PLU

4: TAX

5: TAX TABL

6: DISCOUNT ( - )

NUM, ENT

As 6 items can be displayed in the screen, move to your needed item with key or PAGE

UP key.

The item you wish to enter can be chosen by entering (the number of item) and ENTER , or moving the cursor to the item and pressing ENTER . (When you find you have entered in a wrong item mode, press ESC to return to PROGRAM 1 MENU.)

Except DATE / TIME / NUMBER, your setting on all the program items in P1 can print for confirmation by print key operation.

4.1 Setting DATE/TIME/NUMBER

This section explains how to set the current date, time and the machine number. Your cash register has a clock/calendar memory. Once you set the date and time, you do not need to change the

PROGRAM 2 MENU

1: SYSTEM FLAG

2: PASSWORD

3: TRANSACTION NAME

4: REPORT PARAMETER

5: STARTUP NUMBER

6: TIMER AND ALARM

NUM, ENT settings. And you can set the machine number for your cash register to identify it. you can enter a number up to two digits.

Setting Date

Enter Year(4 digits), Month(2 digits) and Date (2 digits) in that order. For example, if today is August 3, 2007, enter 20070803. If the displayed number is correct, press ENTER .

Setting Time

Enter time in military style. For example when the time is set to 3:10PM, enter 1510 (do not enter 310). If the displayed number is correct, press ENTER .

Setting Machine number

Enter a number one of 1 through 99. . If the displayed number is correct, press ENTER .

To return to PROGRAM 1 MENU, just press ESC .

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4.2 DEPARTMENT Programming

This section describes how to program departments. On the keyboard, 10 departments for the raised K/B type and 6

P1-1 00000000

DATE(YYYYMMDD):00000000

TIME(24H) : 0000

MACHINE NO : 00 departments for the flat K/B type are distinguished. And by using DEPT/SHFT

NUM, ENT key, the number of departments can be doubled. If you wish to increase more, other keys can be changed to department keys. (Please refer to 5.8 Setting KEY LAYOUT)

To use departments, the items need to be classified for sale by assigned to a department.

In a sales transaction, press the department key for the department the item belongs to.

The sales amount, the sales quantity and so on are stored in separate department files.

When a sales report is printed out, the sales amount and the quantity of sales for each department will appear in the report.

A unit price and a name can be set for each department. And if necessary, the function flag settings can be changed for each department. The function flags control the “singleitem cash sale” function, the negative sales function, the maximum number of digits for a sales amount that can be entered in the register, assigning departments to a group, selecting a tax status and so on.

Setting Name of Department

The name can be input max. 16 characters. (To correct wrong spelling, press OVER WRITE key, and move highlighted space by key, and then after the right letter is input, press

OVER WRITE key again. If the displayed name is correct, press ENTER .

Setting Unit Price

The unit price can be input max. 7 digits. If the displayed price is correct, press ENTER .

Setting Function Flags

There are six function flags you can set for each department. Function flags are flags to impose limitations on the use of each Department Key. Each flag has some options to be selected. For example, Flag N3, which limits the number of digits you can enter, has seven possibilities. If you assign a limit of six digits to Flag N3 in Department 1, you can only enter an amount up to six digits long when selling an item from Department 1. If you enter seven digits, an overflow error will occur and the error code will appear on the display.

You can set the following function flags:

Flag N1

This flag enables to use food stamp function (mainly used in U.S.A), and also has the function of prohibiting pre-set price override during ringing up.

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Flag N2

This flag allows you to create a “single-item cash sale” function for a department. The

“single-item cash sale” function is used to shorten the number of key strokes when registering a single item sale for cash. When you press a Department Key which has “single-item cash sale” function, the transaction ends automatically without pressing the CASH Key.

Each department can be programmed with a negative (minus) value.

Flag N3

This flag limits the number of digits you can enter for a sale from that department. If you enter more digits than the setting allows, an overflow error will occur.

Flag N4

This flag assigns a department to a group. Classifying departments in groups allows you to get the group report and check the sales for each group. For example, if your store uses

Department 1 for selling ball-pens and Department 2 for selling pencils, when they are assigned to the same group, you can check the sales of stationary.

Flag N5

This flag allows you to add TAX4 to sales from that department. For details about taxes, see section 4.4 Setting Tax.

Flag N6

This flag allows you to add TAX1, TAX2 or TAX3 to sales from that department. For details about taxes, see section 4.4 Setting Tax.

N3

N4

To set the function flags for a department, move the cursor in the front of the word of

FLAG, then enter a number for (highlighted) N1 and ENTER , move to N2 with and continue to enter a number. Please remember to press ENTER to fix your decision every time.

To move to next department, just press PAGE UP . If you wish to skip to Department 10 directly, enter 10 and DSGN .

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No option is selected.

Enable food stamp function

Effective pre-set price only

Both options of (N1=1) & (N1=2) available

Disable single-item cash sales

Enable single-item cash sales

Enable standard multiple item entry and negative department

Enable single item sale and negative department

Limit the number of digits. If you enter 1 to 6, one digit to six digits are allowed. If you press 0, seven digits will be allowed.

Assign the department to one of 10 groups.

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Add TAX1 and TAX2.

Add TAX3.

Add TAX1 and TAX3.

Add TAX2 and TAX3.

Add TAX1, TAX2 and TAX3.

4.3 Setting PLU

This section describes the PLU function and how to program it. PLU is a function which allows departments to be subdivided. For example, with PLU, you can have different prices for one department. A maximum of 6000 PLU codes can be programmed. A unit price can be preset and the department to which the PLU code belongs needs to be assigned. When you enter a PLU code, the unit price which is programmed for the code is automatically recalled.

Programming PLU Data

To program a PLU code, enter the unit price and name assign it to a department. Unit prices of up to seven digits and name up to 16 characters can be used in a PLU code.

Setting Name of PLU

The name can be input max. 16 characters. (To correct wrong spelling, press OVER WRITE key, and move highlighted space by key, and then after the right letter is input, press

OVER WRITE key again. If the displayed name is correct, press ENTER .

Setting Unit Price

The unit price can be input max. 7 digits. If the displayed name is correct, press ENTER .

Setting Barcode

Barcode numbers can be input manually, or programming with a barcode reader to read the code is possible. Before programming with the barcode reader, the followings are needed:

1) To enable barcode reader use for PLU, set the system flag 19, #4 to1 (5.1 Setting SYS-

TEM FLAG).

2) According to spec of your barcode reader, input the data (COM 1/2 SETUP).

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Setting LINK #

Inputting the linked department number is required.

Setting AGE TABLE

Select the age table number or 0 (= nothing is selected). Refer to 4.10 Setting AGE TABLE.

If the displayed number is correct, press ENTER .

To move to next PLU, just press PAGE UP . If you wish to skip to PLU 10 directly, enter 10 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 1 MENU, just press ESC .

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4.4 Setting TAX

You can program up to four types of tax to be added to each item. We call these four taxes

TAX1, TAX2, TAX3 and TAX4. To program a tax, you must select a taxation system and enter the tax rate for that tax. For the instructions how to add these programmed taxes to an item, see “Setting Function Flags” in section 4.2, “Department Programming”.

At PROGRAM 1 MENU, enter 4 and ENTER to move to TAX NO.1 program screen.

Selecting a Taxation System

Setting Tax Rate

Up to 99.9999% can be entered for the tax rate. If the rate is 7.5%, enter 75000 and ENTER .

Setting Type

After selecting in the following, enter 0, 1 or 2 for Tax type and ENTER .

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Select Add-on tax

Select VAT

Select Tax table

Add-on tax

This system calculates tax by using a tax rate you enter and it automatically adds the tax to the unit price or the price entered.

VAT

The Value Added Tax is a European tax system. It calculates tax by using the tax rate you enter and includes the calculated tax in the unit price or the price entered from the keyboard.

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Tax table

This system calculates the tax by using a tax table that you enter. The tax table depends on the location of the store. Use the tax tables provided by the local tax office to enter the numbers.

Setting Tax Exempt Limit

If necessary, a maximum tax exempt-amount can be set. If “$4.00” is tax-exempt limit amount, enter 400 and ENTER .

To move to next TAX NO., just press PAGE UP . If you wish to skip to TAX NO.4 directly, enter 4 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 1 MENU, just press ESC .

4.5 Setting Tax Table

In the previous section, if you have not selected TAX TABLE for tax TYPE, you do not need to read this section.

● Three tax tables such as Table No.1, No.2, and No.3 correspond to Tax1, Tax 2 and Tax3, respectivery. (TAX4 cannot be assigned to the tax table system.)

● After a tax table number is selected, when the amounts in the row are input in turn, the machine automatically calculates and keeps irregular Break points and Regular Break

Points in its memory. In advance, the tax rate and tax table flag must be programmed.

● Break points for 50 steps can be programmed in each of three tax tables.

At PROGRAM 1 MENU, enter 5 and ENTER . At P1-5 screen, move the cursor to the needed table number and press ENTER . At the following screen, enter amounts to breakpoints in turn. If taxing rate changes at the sales amount of $0.15 and $0.38, enter 15 and ENTER , and 38 and ENTER . The differences can be calculated automatically.

Canadian Taxation System

In Canada, there are two types of tax: the GST and PST. GST are taxes collected by the country. PST are taxes collected by the province. How the GST and PST are added to an item depends on the item. There are two methods as follows: a) First, the GST is calculated, based on the cost of the item. Then the PST is calculated, based on the total cost of the item, including the GST which has already been added.

For example, if a PST of 10% is calculated on a Department 1 item (originally $10.00) to which a 7% GST has already been added, first the 7% ($0.70) is added to reach $10.70.

Then the 10% PST ($1.07) is added to the $10.70 to arrive at $11.77.

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To select the taxation system used in Canada, and to choose method a) or b), set System

Flag 15, in “Setting System Flags.” If you select the Canadian taxation system, TAX1 will be used for GST, and TAX2, TAX3 and TAX4 are used for PST, automatically. You can also set the GST (TAX1) so that it is included in the PST, by setting System Flag 15.

4.6 Setting DISCOUNT ( - )

The [-] Key is used to discount a certain amount. You can enter the discount amount and change the function flags settings for this key. You can use this key with a preset discount amount or by entering a discount amount on the keyboard. The [-2] (minus2) key has the same setting function.

Setting Discount Amount

Enter a discount amount up to seven-digit long.

Setting Function Flags

Enter a number and ENTER , and move to next bit# by .

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Set a limit on the number of digits that can be entered with the [-] Key.

If you enter 1 to 6, the limit is set for one to six digits. If you enter 0, seven digits can be entered.

After discount, levy a tax.

Before discount, levy a tax.

Do not add TAX4 to the discount amount calculated with this key.

Add TAX4 to the discount amount calculated with this key.

Add no TAX to the discount amount calculated with this key.

Add TAX1 to the discount amount calculated with this key.

Add TAX2 to the discount amount calculated with this key.

Add TAX1 and TAX2 to the discount amount calculated with this key.

Add TAX3 to the discount amount calculated with this key.

Add TAX1 and TAX3 to the discount amount calculated with this key.

Add TAX2 and TAX3 to the discount amount calculated with this key.

Add TAX1, TAX2 and TAX3 to the discount amount calculated with this key.

To move to DISCOUNT 2, just press PAGE UP . To return to PROGRAM 1 MENU, press

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4.7 Setting +%

The [+%] key is used to add a percentage of the price of an item. For example, to add a premium. The percentage can be pre-set, and entering the percentage from the keyboard at the time of the sales transaction is also possible. The [+%2] has the same setting function.

Setting Percentage

For RATE, if you wish to have a premium of 5%, enter 50000 and ENTER .

Setting Function Flag

Enter a number and ENTER , and move to next bit# by .

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Nontaxable on extra-pay after subtotal. The settings in N2 and N3 are ignored.

Taxable on extra-pay after subtotal also.

Do not specify TAX4.

Specify TAX4.

Specify no TAX.

Specify TAX1.

Specify TAX2.

Specify TAX1 and TAX2.

Specify TAX3.

Specify TAX1 and TAX3.

Specify TAX2 and TAX3.

Specify TAX1, TAX2 and TAX3.

To move to +% 2, just press PAGE UP . To return to PROGRAM 1 MENU, press ESC .

4.8 Setting -%

The [-%] key is used to subtract a percentage of the price of an item. The percentage can be pre-set, and entering the percentage from the keyboard at the time of the sales transaction is also possible. The [-%2] has the same setting function.

Setting Percentage

For RATE, if you wish to have a discount of 5%, enter 50000 and ENTER .

Setting Function Flag

Enter a number and ENTER , and move to next bit# by .

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Taxable on cut-price after subtotal.

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Specify TAX1 and TAX2.

Specify TAX3.

Specify TAX1 and TAX3.

Specify TAX2 and TAX3.

Specify TAX1, TAX2 and TAX3.

To move to -% 2, just press PAGE UP . To return to PROGRAM 1 MENU, press ESC .

4.9 Setting CLERK NAME

Setting Clerk Name and ID

Ten clerk names and ID’s can be programmed. Names up to 8 characters, and ID is up to

4-digit. The clerk ID will allow operators to operate the cash register in the “R” mode. By flag setting, an operator cannot operate the cash register without entering a correct password and ID key. The clerk name can be programmed up to 8 letters.

To correct wrong spelling, press OVER WRITE key, and move highlighted space by key, and then after the right letter is input, press OVER WRITE key again. If the displayed name is correct, press ENTER .

To return to PROGRAM 1 MENU, press ESC .

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: How to make passwords non-displayed.

The number can be displayed as a non-displayed number by pressing RA key previously.

The function is useful for entry of ID# or passwords.

Example:

Control lock key position: R

Press RA and 1234 (=ID#): Display stays “0.”

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4.10 Setting AGE TABLE

The function is to verify the full age or non-age of the customer to buy the item, by entering his (her) birth date.

Setting Age Table

There are five tables. for each table number, an age (1 to 99) can be set.

4.11 Setting FOREIGN CURRENCY

Foreign currency exchange is useful in those applications located close to the national borders, or in applications that have a lot of foreign visitors. Four foreign currencies are available.

Setting Name

For example, US$, Euro, etc.

Setting Rate

Set the rate as the foreign currency / the currency of your country.

Setting Decimal Places (Rate)

Set the number of decimal place(s) in the exchange rate.

Setting Decimal Places (Foreign Currency)

Set the number of decimal place(s) in the foreign currency for print and display.

To move to F.C 2, just press PAGE UP . To return to PROGRAM 1 MENU, press ESC .

4.12 Setting PRINT MESSAGE

It is possible to print a commercial message of 24 single-size characters.

Setting Number of Max. Lines

Set the number of the lines of message. Max 5 lines.

Setting 1L

1L means 1st line left hand side, and 12 characters can be input.

1R means 1st line right hand side, and 12 characters can be input also

If the words are correct, press ENTER .

To return to PROGRAM 1 MENU, press ESC .

4.13 Setting LOGO MESSAGE

It is possible to print a logo message of 24 single-size characters. And bit image logo printing function is prepared. Please consult your dealer. It is possible to select the 5-line logo message or the bit image logo by flag setting.

Setting Number of Max. Lines

Set the number of the lines of message.

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1L means 1st line left hand side, and 12 characters can be input.

1R means 1st line right hand side, and 12 characters can be input also

If the words are correct, press ENTER .

To return to PROGRAM 1 MENU, press ESC .

4.14 Setting FOOD STAMP

Food coupon (or stamp) for livelihood assistance by the government

Setting Tax Forgiveness

0 food stamp tax forgiven on amount of food stamps tendered

1 Not forgiven

Setting Payment Type

0 Entry of food stamp tendered amount: At dollar column (Scrip)

1 Entry of food stamp tendered amount: At cent column or direct entry available (Debit)

Setting HALO (High Amount Lock Out)

Maximum amount (up to 99.99) buyable by food stamp.

To return to PROGRAM 1 MENU, press ESC .

4.15 Setting GUEST TABLE

It is possible to program a four-digit number as ID for each table.

Example: Assume to program ID 1234 for Table #01 and 5678 for Table # 08.

Step 1 Set the control lock at P1 position.

Step 2 Enter 15 ENTER

Step 3 Enter 1234 ENTER

(To specify 15:GUEST TABLE.)

(To input 1234 as ID# for Table #01.)

Step 4 Enter 8 DSGN

(To specify Table # 08.)

Step 5 Enter 5678 ENTER

(To input 5678 as ID# for Table #08.)

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As seen in the screen at P2 control lock key position, the following program items are included in PROGRAM 2 MENU:

1 : SYSTEM FLAG

2 : PASSWORD

3 : TRANSACTION NAME

4 : REPORT PARAMETER

5 : STARTUP NUMBER

6 : TIMER AND ALARM

7 : COM 1/2 SETUP

8 : KEY LAYOUT

9 : ROUND FOR FINALIZE

10: JOURNAL MODE

11:VERSION

As 6 items can be displayed in the screen, move to your needed item with key or

PAGE UP key.

The item you wish to enter can be chosen by entering (the number of item) and

ENTER , or moving the cursor to the item and pressing ENTER . (When you find you have entered in a wrong item mode, press ESC to return to PROGRAM 2 MENU.)

Except PASSWORD, your setting on all the program items in P2 can print for confirmation by PRNT key operation.

5.1 Setting SYSTEM FLAG

Flag 1

This flag allows you to select the number of decimals to be displayed and printed on a receipt, and to select the method used for registering multiple items.

P1-2 ABC

DEPT NO = 1

NAME :ABC

PRICE : 12.30

FLAG N:1 :0 :0 :0 :0 :0

O:NO USE 1:F/STMP 2:PSET

PRICE 3:F/S & PRESET PR

Enter one of the numbers: 0 through 7, and press ENTER to fix your decision.

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First enter the unit price, then enter the quantity

First enter the unit price, then enter the quantity

First enter the unit price, then enter the quantity

First enter the unit price, then enter the quantity

First enter the quantity, then enter the unit price

First enter the quantity, then enter the unit price

First enter the quantity, then enter the unit price

First enter the quantity, then enter the unit price

To move to next Flag, just press PAGE UP . If you wish to skip to Flag 10 directly, enter 10 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

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This flag allows you to select the printing format for the date.

Enter one of the numbers: 0 through 2, and press ENTER to fix your decision.

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0 Year, month, date, in that order.

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Month, date, year, in that order.

To move to next Flag, just press PAGE UP . If you wish to skip to Flag 10 directly, enter 10 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

Flag 3

This flag allows you to select the method used for rounding in percentage and multiplication calculations. The point at which rounding takes place depends on the Flag 5 setting.

Enter one of the numbers: 0, 5 or 9, and press ENTER to fix your decision.

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Round down (0.1 to 0.9 becomes 0.0) The rounding point may be changed by Flag 5.

Round off (0.1 to 0.4 becomes 0.0, 0.5 to 0.9 becomes 1.0)

9 Round up (0.1 to 0.9 becomes 1.0)

To move to next Flag, just press PAGE UP . If you wish to skip to Flag 10 directly, enter 10 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

Flag 4

This flag allows you to select method used for rounding in tax calculations. The point at which rounding takes place depends on the Flag 5 setting.

Enter one of the numbers: 0, 5 or 9, and press ENTER to fix your decision.

Options: Function:

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The rounding point may be changed by Flag 5

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Round off (0.1 to 0.4 becomes 0.0, 0.5 to 0.9 becomes 1.0)

Round up (0.1 to 0.9 becomes 1.0)

To move to next Flag, just press PAGE UP . If you wish to skip to Flag 23 directly, enter 23 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

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Flag 5

Enter 0 or 1 for each bit (N1 to N8), and press ENTER each time to fix your decision.

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Round at finalization by the [TOTL] key operation.

Do not round at finalization by the [TOTL] key operation.

Round at finalization by the [CHRG] key and [CARD] key operation.

Do not round at finalization by the [CHRG] key and [CARD] key operation.

Round at finalization by the [CHKS] key operation.

Do not round at finalization by the [CHKS] key operation.

Round at finalization by the [CASH/TEND] key operation.

Do not round at finalization by the [CASH/TEND] key operation.

Always enter "0".

Disable the Swiss method of rounding

For information about the Swiss method, consult your dealer.

Enable the Swiss method of rounding.

Select the first digit in the decimal to be rounded in tax calculations.

Select the last digit to be rounded in tax calculations.

Select the first digit in the decimal to be rounded in percentage and multiplication calculations.

Select the last digit to be rounded in percentage and multiplication calculations.

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To move to next Flag, just press PAGE UP . If you wish to skip to Flag 23 directly, enter 23 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

Flag 6

Enter 0 or 1 for each bit (N1 to N8), and press ENTER each time to fix your decision.

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Do not print the individual tax amounts on the receipt and journal.

Print the individual tax amounts on the receipt and journal.

Do not print the amount which the tax is added to.

Print the amount which the tax is added to.

Do not print the Value Added Tax (VAT) on the receipt and journal.

Print the Value Added Tax (VAT) on the receipt and journal.

Do not print the amount excluding VAT for items which include VAT.

Print the amount excluding VAT for items which include VAT.

Print the quantity of each item sold on the receipt and the journal.

Do not print the quantity of each item sold.

Print the transaction number (Consecutive number) on the receipt and the journal.

Do not print the transaction number on the receipt and the journal.

Print the date on the receipt and journal.

Do not print the date on the receipt and journal.

Print the time on the receipt and journal.

Do not print the time.

To move to next Flag, just press PAGE UP . If you wish to skip to Flag 23 directly, enter 23 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

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Flag 7

Enter 0 or 1 for each bit (N1 to N8), and press ENTER each time to fix your decision.

Bit#: Options:

N1 0

N2

1

0

N3

N4

1

0

1

0

1

N5

N6

N7

N8 0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

Function:

Do not compulsory cash declaration when you isuue Z report.

Compulsory cash declaration when you issue Z report.

Do not compulsory cash declaration when you isuue X report.

Compulsory cash declaration when you issue X report.

Skip printing zero sale transaction item (such as CHARGE 1, CARD 4 etc.) on reports.

Print zero sale transaction item on reports.

Skip printing PLU items whose sales amount as 0 on the reports.

Print PLU items whose sales amount as 0 on the reports.

Enable to issue cash in drawer report.

Disable to issue cash in drawer report.

Print the gross sales on the reports.

Do not print the gross sales on the reports.

Print a grand total amount on Z reports.

Do not print a grand total amount on Z reports.

Print voided amounts and so on, on the reports.

Do not print voided amounts and so on, on the reports.

To move to next Flag, just press PAGE UP . If you wish to skip to Flag 23 directly, enter 23 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

Flag 8

Enter 0 or 1 for each bit (N1 to N8), and press ENTER each time to fix your decision.

Bit#: Options:

N1 0

N2

1

0

1

N3

N4 0

1

0

1

N5

N6

0

1

0

N7

N8

1

0

1

0

1

Function:

Make a key stroke sound.

Do not make a key stroke sound.

Print the time, transaction number, machine number, clerk, in the order at trailer.

Print the time, transaction number, machine number, clerk, in the order at header.

"." is used as decimal point in amount.

"," is used as decimal point in amount.

Select the receipt mode.

Select the journal mode.

Do not automatically add the preset percentage for the [+%] key to the sales amount.

Automatically add the preset percentage for the [+%] key to the sales amount.

Print the department total sales amout as a net amount on the report: the total amout not including calculations made with the [-] Key.

Print the department total sales amout as a gross amount on the report: the total amout including calculations made with the [-] Key.

Print the department total sales amout as a net amount on the report: the total amout including calculations made with the [+%] and [-%] Keys.

Print the department total sales amout as a gross amount on the report: the total amout including not calculations made with the [+%] and [-%] Keys.

Disable pressing another clerk ID password during operation.

Enable pressing another clerk ID password during operation.

If this is selected, Hold (Interrupt) function cannot be used.

To move to next Flag, just press PAGE UP . If you wish to skip to Flag 23 directly, enter 23 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

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Flag 9

Enter 0 or 1 for each bit (N1 to N8), and press ENTER each time to fix your decision.

Bit#: Options:

N1 0

N2

N3

N4

N5

N6

N7

N8

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

1

0

0

1

0

1

Function:

Do not display 'MONEY LIFT ERROR' nor give an alarm at start of registration even when the

'cash in drawer' amount exceeds the preset amount.

Display 'MONEY LIFT ERROR' and give an alarm at start of registration when the 'cash in drawer' amount exceeds the preset amount.

Enable key entry even when the drawer is kept open more than preset time after the registration.

Display 'DRAWER OPEN ERROR' and give an alarm when the drawer is kept open more than preset time after the registration.

Enable operation at start in case the drawer is open.

Display 'DRAWER OPEN ERROR' and give an alarm at start of operation in case the drawer is open.

Enable registering transactions which more than one media is received, for example, cash and a check (Split tendering).

Disable registering transactions which more than one media is received.

Enable registering the amount received from a customer and the calculation of the change.

Disable registering the amount received from a customer.

Do not require the amount received from a customer to be registered. (Compulsory tendering)

Require the amount received from a customer to be registered.

Disable registering items whose price is entered as 0.

Enable registering items whose price is entered as 0.

Print the tax symbol.

Do not print the tax symbol.

To move to next Flag, just press PAGE UP . If you wish to skip to Flag 23 directly, enter 23 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

Flag 10

Enter 0 or 1 for each bit (N1 to N8), and press ENTER each time to fix your decision.

Bit#: Options:

N1 0

N2 0

N3

1

0

N4

1

0

N5

1

0

1

N6

N7

N8

0

1

0

1

0

Function:

Always enter "0."

Open the drawer when you press the CHRG key.

Do not open the drawer when you press the CHRG key.

Open the drawer when you press the CHKS key.

Do not open the drawer when you press the CHKS key.

Open the drawer when you press the CASH TEND key.

Do not open the drawer when you press the CASH TEND key.

Print the report number on the periodic report which is issued after resetting (Z2 report).

Do not print the report number on the periodic report which is issued after resetting

(Z2report).

Print the report number of the daily report which is issued after resetting (Z1 report).

Do not print the report number of the daily report which is issued after resetting (Z1 report).

Print the report number of the periodic report (X2 report).

Do not print the report number of the periodic report (X2 report).

Print the report number which shows the number of counts of printing the daily report (X1 report).

Do not print the report number on the daily report (X1 report).

1

To move to next Flag, just press PAGE UP . If you wish to skip to Flag 23 directly, enter 23 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

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Flag 11

Enter 0 or 1 for each bit (N1 to N8), and press ENTER each time to fix your decision.

1

0

1

0

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

Bit#: Options:

N1 0

N2

N3

N4

N5

N6

N7

N8

1

Function:

Print the grand total as a net sales amount on the Z report: the report which is issued after resetting the sales.

Print the grand total as a gross sales amount on the Z report: the report which is issued after resetting the sales.

Print the number of transactions on the hourly report.

Print the number of items on the hourly report.

Enable pressing just the #/ST Key.

Disable pressing just the #/ST Key.

Enable pressing the #/ST Key immediately after entering numeric Keys even not in ringing up.

Disable pressing the #/ST Key immediately after entering numeric Keys except in ringing up.

Enable [-], [-%] key operation in register mode.

Disable [-], [-%] key operation in register mode.

Enable RA/PO operation in register mode.

Disable RA/PO operation in register mode.

2nd Receipt issue by TOTL key depends on N8.

2nd Receipt issue by TOTL key is prohibited regardless of the Receipt On/Off mode.

2nd Receipt issue by TOTL key is enabled when the register is in Receipt Off mode.

2nd Receipt issue by TOTL key is enabled regardless of the Receipt On/Off mode.

To move to next Flag, just press PAGE UP . If you wish to skip to Flag 23 directly, enter 23 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

Flag 12

Enter 0 or 1 for each bit (N1 to N8), and press ENTER each time to fix your decision.

Bit#: Options:

N1 0

1

N2

N3

N4

N5

N6

N7

N8

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

Function:

Print item by item in registration when Receipt On is set by the ID key.

Print after a finalization key (CASH/TEND, CHKS or CHRG key) is pressed in registration when Receipt On is set by the ID key.

Disable the registration by another clerk’s operation while the primary clerk’s registration is interrupted.

Enable the registration by another clerk’s operation while the primary clerk’s registration is interrupted and kept in memory as HOLD.

Print the consecutive number on reports.

Do not print the consecutive number on reports.

Print hourly total in the X/Z reports by pressing the X key.

Print daily total in the X/Z reports by pressing the X key.

Do not reset the transaction number (consecutive number) after issuing the Z report.

Reset the transaction number (consecutive number) after issuing the Z report.

Change the “Department 11 to 20 entry mode” back to the “Department 1 to 10 entry mode” when the current sales transaction is finished.

Stay in the “Department 11 to 20 entry mode” until the DEPT/SHFT Keys pressed again to change back to the “Department 1 to 10 entry mode”.

Do not reset the clerk password each time the position of the Control Lock is changed.

Reset the clerk password each time the position of the Control Lock is changed.

Do not reset the clerk password after each sales transaction is finished.

Reset the clerk password after each sales transaction is finished.

To move to next Flag, just press PAGE UP . If you wish to skip to Flag 23 directly, enter 23 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

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Flag 13

Enter 0 or 1 for each bit (N1 to N8), and press ENTER each time to fix your decision.

Bit#: Options:

N1 0

1

N2

N3

N4

N5

0

0

0

0

N6

N7

N8

1

0

1

0

0

1

Function:

Print the subtotal amount of the released transaction when the HOLD is released by operation.

Print the details of the released transaction when the HOLD is released by operation.

Always enter "0."

Always enter "0."

Always enter "0."

Print the training information on the receipt.

Do not print the training information on the receipt.

Print the word of "TRAINING" on the receipt while in the operator training mode.

Do not print the word of "TRAINING" on the receipt while in the operator training mode.

Always enter "0."

Do not count the training operations as transaction numbers.

Count the training operations as transaction numbers.

To move to next Flag, just press PAGE UP . If you wish to skip to Flag 23 directly, enter 23 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

N5

N6

N7

Flag 14

Enter 0 or 1 for each bit (N1 to N8), and press ENTER each time to fix your decision.

Bit#: Options:

N1 0

Function:

In registration, when an un-programmed bar-code item is input, and after 'PRICE' is seen in the display, the bar-code will be programmed by entering its price and the link department.

( Note : If the bar-code item is found to be un-programmed after scanning, and the registration is to be canceled, press ENT RLS and CLEAR .)

N2

N3

N4

N8

1

0

1

0

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

In registration, when an un-programmed bar-code item is input, an error occurs.

The symbol of # is not printed.

The symbol of # is printed in the front of barcode number string

Barcode number string is not printed.

Barcode number string is printed in the previous line of PLU printed.

Barcode number string is not printed.

Barcode number string is printed in the following line of PLU printed.

Always enter "0."

Always enter "0."

Print the counter of each media key( CASH, CHECK, CARD, CHARGE) on the full report and clerk report.

Do not print the counter of each media key on the full report.

Print the counter of net sale on the full report and clerk report.

Do not print the counter of net sale on the full report and clerk report.

To move to next Flag, just press PAGE UP . If you wish to skip to Flag 23 directly, enter 23 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

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Flag 15

Enter 0 or 1 for each bit (N1 to N8), and press ENTER each time to fix your decision.

Bit#: Options:

N1 0

N2 0

N3

N4

0

0

N5

N6

N7

N8

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

Always enter "0."

Function:

Always enter "0."

Always enter "0."

Include TAX1 (GST) in TAX4 (PST): Only add TAX4 to items for which both TAX1 and TAX4 are set.

Do not include TAX1 (GST) in TAX4 (PST): Add TAX1 and TAX4 respectively to any item for which TAX1 and TAX4 are set.

Include TAX1 (GST) in TAX3 (PST): Only add TAX3 to items for which both TAX1 and TAX3 are set.

Do not include TAX1 (GST) in TAX3 (PST): Add TAX1 and TAX3 respectively to any item for which TAX1 and TAX3 are set.

Include TAX1 (GST) in TAX2 (PST): Only add TAX2 to any item for which both TAX1 and

TAX2 are set.

Do not include TAX1 (GST) in TAX2 (PST): Add TAX1 and TAX2 respectively to any item for which TAX1 and TAX2 are set.

Add PST to net tax exempt amount which includes GST.

This setting is valid only when you select "1" for N8.

(See Canadian taxation system (b))

Add PST to gross tax exempt amount which does not includes GST.

This setting is valid only when you select "1" for N8.

(See Canadian taxation system (a))

Do not select the Canadian taxation system.

Select the Canadian taxation system.

To move to next Flag, just press PAGE UP . If you wish to skip to Flag 23 directly, enter 23 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

Flag 16

Enter 0 or 1 for each bit (N1 to N8), and press ENTER each time to fix your decision.

Bit#: Options:

N1 0

N 2 0

N 3 0

1

N 4 0

N 5

N 6

N 7

N 8

1

0

1

0

1

1

0

1

0

Function:

Always enter "0."

Always enter "0."

Print the euro symbol in the front of converted amount.

Print # in the front of the converted amount.

Do not print such amounts as Taxable amount, Net etc. converted in FC1(=the euro) on the reports.

Print such amounts as Taxable amount, Net etc. both in the local currency and converted in

FC1(=the euro) on the reports.

Give the change in LC(=the local currency) in return while it has occurred by tendering in

FC(=the foreign currency).

Give the change in FC in return ...

Do not print the exchange rate of FC1(=the euro) in the receipt.

Print the exchange rate of FC1(=the euro) in the bottom line of the receipt.

Print the total amount in LC in the receipt.

Print the total amount both in LC and converted in FC1.

Print the amounts of registered items (department, PLU) in LC.

Print the amounts of registered items (department, PLU) in LC and converted in FC1(=the euro).

To move to next Flag, just press PAGE UP . If you wish to skip to Flag 23 directly, enter 23 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

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N1

N2

N3

Flag 17

Enter 0 or 1 for each bit (N1 to N8), and press ENTER each time to fix your decision.

Bit#: Options: Function:

0

0

0

1

Always enter "0."

Always enter "0."

Display "EU" by (entering1 and) pressing the FC , and display "FC" by entering 2, 3 or 4 and pressing the FC .

Display "FC" by (entering 1, 2, 3 or 4 and) pressing the FC .

N4 0

1

N5

N6

N7

N8

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

Calculate, display and print the change in LC when tendering operation is executed in LC.

Calculate, display and print the change converted in FC when tendering operation is executed in LC.

Depends on Flag 16, N3 selection.

Print nothing in the front of converted amount. (N3 of Flag 16 must be set to 0.)

Do not print the amounts such as TAX AMOUNT and TAXABLE AMOUNT converted in

FC1(=the euro) on the receipt.

Print the amounts such as TAX AMOUNT and TAXABLE AMOUNT both in the local currency and converted in FC1(=the euro) on the receipt.

Make it an error to operate the PO key instead of the CASH key.

Reverse the selection of the flag 16, N5 temporarily by operating the PO

CASH key.

key instead of the

Do not create FC function on the +% key.

Create FC function on the +% key.

To move to next Flag, just press PAGE UP . If you wish to skip to Flag 23 directly, enter 23 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

Flag 18

Enter 0 or 1 for each bit (N1 to N8), and press ENTER each time to fix your decision.

Bit#: Options: Function:

N1 0 Print VOID2 total on full report and clerk report.

N2

1

0

1

Do not print VOID2 total on full report and clerk report.

Print RET2 total on full report and clerk report.

Do not print RET2 total on full report and clerk report.

N3 0

1

N4

N5

0

0

N6,N7,N8 000

001

010

011

Set automatic PLU area in memory for unprogrammed barcode.

Set designated PLU area in memory for unprogrammed barcode.

Always enter "0."

Always enter "0."

Print the symbol, , just before the figures of exchange rate in the receipt.(Example: 0.83991)

Print the symbol, #, just after the figures of exchange rate in the receipt.(Example: 0.83991#)

Print the symbol, *, just after the figures of exchange rate in the receipt. (Example: 0.83991*)

Print no symbol for the exchange rate in the receipt. (Example: 0.83991)

To move to next Flag, just press PAGE UP . If you wish to skip to Flag 23 directly, enter 23 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

NOTE : Refer to 3.14 Key function setting.

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Flag 19

Enter 0 or 1 for each bit (N1 to N8), and press ENTER each time to fix your decision.

Bit#: Options: Function:

0 Print the clerk's starting/finising time.

1 Do not print the clerk's starting/finising time.

N2

N3

N4

N5

N6

N7

N8

1

0

1

1

0

1

0

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

Time display in AM/PM style.

Time display in military style.

Stamp message is available.

Bit image logo is available.

A bar code reader cannot be used for PLU.

A bar code reader can be used for PLU.

Print the commercial message on the header of receipt.

Print the commercial message on the trailor of receipt.

Do not print the birth date below the sold item.

Print the birth date below the sold item.

'FULL AGE' or 'non AGE' is displayed when the [AGE] key is operated.

The actual age is desplayed.

At the beginning of transaction, the [AGE] key operation is not required.

At the beginning of transaction, the [AGE] key operation is required.

To move to next Flag, just press PAGE UP . If you wish to skip to Flag 23 directly, enter 23 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

Flag 20

Enter 0 or 1 for each bit (N1 to N8), and press ENTER each time to fix your decision.

Bit#: Options: Function:

N1

N2

N3

N4

N5

N6

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

1

0

1

0

1

Always enter "0."

Remain the journal data in the memory of electronic journal even if the total amount is minus.

Do not remain the journal data in the memory of electronic journal if the total amount is minus

Remain the journal data of training in the memory of electronic journal.

Do not remain the journal data of training in the memory of electronic journal.

Clear the electronic journal data after issuing the daily Z report.

Do not clear the electronic journal data even after issuing the daily Z report.

Print the electronic journal data together with issuing the daily Z report.

Do not print the electronic journal data together with issuing the daily Z report.

Memorize the journal data as electronic journal.

Do not memorize the journal data.

Keep detailed data in memory.

N7

N8

1

0

Keep total amounts only in memory.

Always enter "0."

To move to next Flag, just press PAGE UP . If you wish to skip to Flag 23 directly, enter 23 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

NOTE : If Flag 20, N5 is set to 1, the full report issuance is separated from the electronic journal report issuance.

In this case, the user must take the electronic journal report by selecting 6 JOURNAL at Z MODE DAILY screen. The flag option N5 = 1 is adopted when the customer wants to take the electronic journal data not so often as taking the full report. For example, taking the journal data not every day but every other day or every three days, etc. By the option of Flag 20, N6, it can be selected to store the journal data in memory or not.

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Flag 21

Enter 0 or 1 for each bit (N1 to N8), and press ENTER each time to fix your decision.

Bit#: Options:

N1 0

N2

N3

N4

N5

0

0

0

Function:

Always enter "0."

Always enter "0."

Always enter "0."

Always enter "0."

Bar-Code : Type 1 of "02" *1 0 = No

N6

N7

1 = Yes

Bar-Code : Type 2 of "02" *1 0 = No

1 = Yes

Bar-Code : Type 3 of "02" *1 0 = No

N8

1 = Yes

Bar-Code : Type 4 of "02" *1 0 = No

1 = Yes

To move to next Flag, just press PAGE UP . If you wish to skip to Flag 23 directly, enter 23 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

*1 : Bar code type table

Type #

1

2

3

4

UPC/EAN/JAN

(13 digits)

02AAAPPPPPPPC

02AAAAAPPPPPC

02AAAAYPPPPPC

02AAAAAYPPPPC

PLU ITEM #

(Digit)

2AAA (4)

2AAAAA (6)

2AAAA (5)

2AAAAA (6)

UNIT PRICE

(Digit)

PPPPPPP (7)

PPPPP (5)

PPPPP (5)

PPPP (4)

A = PLU # P = PRICE C = Check Digit Y = Parity Code

Only one type may be selected.

Flag 22

Enter 0 or 1 for each bit (N1 to N8), and press ENTER each time to fix your decision.

Bit#: Options:

N1 0

N2

N3

N4

0

0

Bar-Code : Type 5 of "2X"

Function:

Always enter "0."

Always enter "0."

Always enter "0."

*2 0 = No

1 = Yes

N5

N6

Bar-Code : Type 6 of "2X" *2 0 = No

1 = Yes

Bar-Code : Type 7 of "2X" *2 0 = No

1 = Yes

N7

N8

Bar-Code : Type 8 of "2X" *2 0 = No

1 = Yes

Bar-Code : Type 9 of "2X" *2 0 = No

1 = Yes

To move to next Flag, just press PAGE UP .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

*2 : Bar code type table

Type #

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8

9

5

6

UPC/EAN/JAN

(13 digits)

2XAAAPPPPPPPC

2XAAAAAPPPPPC

2XAAAAYPPPPPC

2XAAAAYPPPPPC

2XAAAAAYPPPPC

PLU ITEM #

(Digit)

2XAAA (5)

2XAAAA (6)

2XAAAAA(7)

2XAAAA (6)

2XAAAAA(7)

UNIT PRICE

(Digit)

PPPPPPP(7)

PPPPPP (6)

PPPPP (5)

PPPPP (5)

PPPP (4)

A&X = PLU # P = PRICE C = Check Digit Y = Parity Code

Only one type may be selected.

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Flag 23

Enter 0 or 1 for each bit (N1 to N8), and press ENTER each time to fix your decision.

Bit#: Options:

N1 0

N2

N3

1

0

0

1

N4

N5

1

N6 to N8 0

0

1

0

Function:

The following registration after the full line registration of electronic journal is prohibited.

The following registration after the full line registration starts at the first part of memory, and all the memory of previous lines is erased.

Always enter "0."

In registration, the symbol mark "X" is printed for multiplication on the receipts.

On X/Z reports, the symbol mark "X" is printed for sales quantity of departments and PLUs.

In registration, the symbol mark "Q" is printed for multiplication on the receipts.

On X/Z reports, the symbol mark "Q" is printed for sales quantity of departments and PLUs.

Clear PLU sales data after they are sent to PC.

Do not clear PLU sales data even after they are sent to PC.

Clear sales transaction data after they are sent together with Z counter to PC.

Do not clear sales transaction data even after they are sent to PC.

Always enter "0."

If you wish to return to Flag 10 directly, enter 10 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

Flag 24

Enter 0 or 1 for each bit (N1 to N8), and press ENTER each time to fix your decision.

Bit#: Options:

N1 0

N2 0

N3 0

N4

N5

0

0

1

N6

N7

0

1

0

1

N8 0

1

Function:

Always enter "0."

Always enter "0."

Always enter "0."

Always enter "0."

PLU reverts to standard level.

PLU stays in the previous level.

Quantity is limited up to 4-digit number in multiplication.

Quantity is limited up to 2-digit number in multiplication.

Override is not prohibited on the -% , +% and keys.

Percentage override is prohibited on the -% , +% and keys.

Print the report number on the Full report.

Do not print the report number on the Full report.

If you wish to return to Flag 10 directly, enter 10 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

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Flag 25

Enter 0 or 1 for each bit (N1 to N8), and press ENTER each time to fix your decision.

Bit#: Options:

N1 0

1

N2

N3

0

1

0

N4

N5

1

0

1

0

1

N6

N7 0

1

N8

Function:

Enable the receipt ON/OFF key function.

Disable the receipt ON/OFF key function.

If N1 of Flag 25 = 1, the receipt printing function is always OFF.

If N1 of Flag 25 = 1, the receipt printing function is always ON.

Clear open tables (=account is outstanding) after taking a Z report.

Do not clear open tables even after taking a Z report.

When the PB key is operated, details of carrying-over are not printed.

When the PB key is operated, details of carrying-over are printed.

When the PB key is operated, details of carrying-over are not displayed.

When the PB key is operated, details of carrying-over are displayed.

Always enter "0."

Enable the hold function and disable the guest function.

Enable the guest function and disable the hold function.

Always enter "0."

If you wish to return to Flag 10 directly, enter 10 and DSGN .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

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5.2 Setting PASSWORD

In this section, five kinds of passwords are explained. Passwords are one of the numbers of 1 to 9999.

Password for issuing the full report at R Mode

At “R” control lock key position, it is possible to take full X report if you have the password. Enter (password number) and CHKS .

To set R position password in advance, enter (an optional 1-4 digit number) and press

ENTER .

Password for X (Z) Mode

It is possible to program to prohibit the report issue without the password at X (Z) control lock key position. The password is a 1-4 digit number.

To set X (Z) position password, move the cursor to X (Z) POSITION with key, and enter

(an optional 1-4 digit number) and press ENTER . If you wish to cancel to use the password afterwards, enter 0 and press ENTER .

Password for Training

This is the password of training start and finish to switch to and from Training mode. The password is an optional 1-4 digit number.

To set password for training, move the cursor to TRAINING with key, enter (an optional 1-4 digit number) and press ENTER .

Password for Manager

A manager’s password can be set which will allow you to operate the cash register in the

“P1” and “P2” mode. After you program in a manager’s password, you cannot operate the cash register in those modes without entering the correct password. The password can contain four digits. In the “P1” or “P2” mode, you can operate the cash register after entering a valid password and pressing ENTER key.

NOTE : How to make passwords non-displayed

The number can be displayed as a non-displayed number by pressing RA key previously.

The function is useful for entry of ID# or passwords.

Example:

Control lock key position: R

Press RA and 1234 (=ID#) : Display stays “0.”

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

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5.3 Setting TRANSACTION NAME

In factory default setting, 155 titles are prepared as the transaction names. You can change such names very easily. For example, you may change FC2 (No.100) to US$ by moving the cursor to 100 and pressing U S $ and ENTER .

Transaction Word List

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Word Function No.

Word Function

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MCNO

TRAINING Training

PASSWORD Password

MESSAGE Message

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CLERK

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PRICE

FLAG

10 LINK#

11 DEPT

12 PLU

Consecutive Number

Machine Number

Word

Clerk

Price

Flag

Link Number

Department

PLU

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45 +%2

46 -%2

47 CODE

49 SHIFT DT

50 FC CHG

51 H.A.L.O

+%1

-%1

+%2

-%2

Code

48 BIRTHDAY Birthday

Shift Department

Foreign Currency Change

High Amount Lock Out

52 FC Foreign

53 FC TEND Foreign Currency Tendered

54 FC CHNG Foreign Currency Change

13 STAMP

14 X PASS

15 Z PASS

Stamp

X Password

Z Password

16 X READ

17 VOID2 PS

X Password at "R"

Void 2 Password

18 PLU#SCAN (Not used)

19 X1 CNT X1 Count

20 X2 CNT

21 Z1 CNT

22 Z2 CNT

X2 Count

Z1 Count

Z2 Count

23 AGE TBL Age Table

24 AGE TBL1 Age Table 1

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BAUD-R

DEPT TTL

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59 TXBL-1

60 TXBL-2

61 TXBL-3

62 TXBL-4

63 TAX-1

64 TAX-2

65 TAX-3

66 TAX-4

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26 AGE TBL3 Age Table 3

27 AGE TBL4 Age Table 4

28 AGE TBL5 Age Table 5

29 FC1 RATE Foreign Currency 1 Rate

30 FC2 RATE Foreign Currency 2 Rate

31 FC3 RATE Foreign Currency 3 Rate

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+%2N

GROSS

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33 FC POSI Foreign Currency Decimal Position

34 FC SHIFT FC Shift

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75 CASH

76 CHECK

Foreign Currency Symbol

Baud Rate

Department Total

Nontaxable

Taxable 1

Taxable 2

Taxable 3

Taxable 4

Tax 1 Amount

Tax 2 Amount

Tax 3 Amount

Tax 4 Amount

+% Net

+%2 Net

Gross

-% Net

-%2 Net

- Net

-2 Net

Round

Cash

Check

35 MAX PLU Max. PLU

36 COUPON1 Coupon 1

37 COUPON2 Coupon 2

38 YEAR Year

39 ALARM

40 LIFT

41 ROUND

Alarm

Money Lift

Round

42 HOLD TM Hold Time

77 CHARGE Charge

78 CHARGE2 Charge 2

79 NET TL

80 R/A CA

Net Total

Received on Account, Cash

81 P/O CA

82 R/A CK

83 P/O CK

84 EURO ID

Paid out, Cash

Received on Account, Check

Paid out, Check

Euro in Drawer

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86 FC3 IN D

87 FC4 IN D

88 VOID

Function

Foreign Currency 2 in Drawer

Foreign Currency 3 in Drawer

Foreign Currency 4 in Drawer

Void

89 VOID-R

90 RETURN

Void, R position

Return

91 CORECT Correct

92 CORECT-R Correct - (Minus)

93 TAX TL

94 NET-TAX

95 CAID

96 CKID

97 CHID

Tax Total

Net - (minus) TAX

Cash in Drawer

Check in Drawer

Charge in Drawer

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99 EURO

100 FC2

101 FC3

102 FC4

103 +%G

104 +%G2

105 -%G

106 -%G2

107 -G

108 -G2

109 NOSALE

Charge in Drawer 2

Euro

Foreign Currency 2

Foreign Currency 3

Foreign Currency 4

+% Gross

+%2 Gross

-% Gross

-%2 Gross

- Gross

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No Sale

110 CANCEL

111 FIRST

112 LAST

Cancel

First

Last

113 NRGT

114 CASH TD

Non Resettable Grand Total

Cash tendered

115 CHECK TD Check Tendered

116 CHANGE Change

117 SUB-TTL

118 TOTAL

119 ITEM CT

120 R/A

121 P/O

Sub Total

Total

Item Count

Received on Account

Paid out

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123 EURO PO

Euro, Received on Account

Euro, Paid out

124 DEPT GRP Department Group

125 RPRT CNT Report Counter

126 TAX Tax

127 NET *

128 VOID

Net Sales Amount, VAT

Void

129 RETURN

130 EURO TD

Return

Euro, Tendered

131 FC2 TEND Foreign Currency 2 Tendered

132 FC3 TEND Foreign Currency 3 Tendered

133 FC4 TEND Foreign Currency 4 Tendered

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134 EURO CNG Euro Change

135 FC2 CHNG Foreign Currency 2 Change

136 FC3 CHNG Foreign Currency 3 Change

137 FC4 CHNG Foreign Currency 4 Change

138 VAT TAX

139 CARD

140 CARD2

141 CARD IN

Tax Amount, VAT

Card

Card2

Card in Drawer

142 CARD2 IN Card 2 in Drawer

143 RET2 Return 2

144 VOID2 Void 2

145 FS-TL

146 FS-TEND

Food Stamp, Total

Food Stamp, Tendered

147 FS-CNG

148 FS SALES

149 FS IN DW

Food Stamp, Change

Food Stamp, Sales

Food Stamp in Drawer

150 COUPON1 Coupon 1

151 COUPON2 Coupon 2

152 CARD3

153 CARD4

Card 3

Card 4

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155 CARD4 IN Card 4 in Drawer

156 RA CARD1 Received on Account, Card 1

157 RA CARD2 Received on Account, Card 2

158 RA CARD3 Received on Account, Card 3

159 RA CARD4 Received on Account, Card

160 PO CARD1 Paid out, Card 1

161 PO CARD2 Paid out, Card 2

162 PO CARD3 Paid out, Card 3

163 PO CARD4 Paid out, Card 4

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165 VOID-2R

Table

Void 2, R position

166 PREV BAL Previous Balance

167 NEW BAL.

New Balance

168 CHKPRT Check Print

169 TB TRNSF Table Transfer

170 CVRS Covers

171 CHK PAID Check Paid

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5.4 Setting REPORT PARAMETER

The Starting Number of Reports

The starting number of full reports can be set for each of X1, X2, Z1 and Z2. Once it is set, the number is increased by one each time a full report is printed out. For the starting number, a maximum of four digits (0 to 9999) can be entered.

To set the starting number, move the cursor to the item you wish, enter the desired starting number and press ENTER .

NRGT (Non Resettable grand Total)

The grand total can be pre-set in the memory of the cash register. If the grand total has to be taken over from another cash register, or if the memory of cash register is initialized by mistake, a grand total that has been written down can be entered. If you enter a grand total, all future sales will be added to it.

To set NRGT, move the cursor to NRGT with key, enter the amount (up to 12 digits including decimals) and press ENTER .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

5.5 Setting STARTUP NUMBER

Setting PLU Maximum

The capacity is 6,000 PLU’s on this cash register. But according to the capacity of your store or shop, PLU maximum can be set. Or you might waste roll paper whenever you take reports.

To set PLU MAXIMUM, enter the number and press ENTER .

Setting Department Shift Number

The starting number of shifted departments (with DEPT/SHFT key) can be set. The last department number is 40. Assume you set the number 11, the starting department number in the shifted level is 11. And successively, pressing Department 2 after DEPT/SHFT key means pressing Department 12 .

To set the starting number of shifted department number, enter the number and press

ENTER .

Setting Receipt Start Number

The receipt start number can be set. The factory default setting is 0001.

To set the receipt start number, move the cursor to RECEIPT START NO, enter the number (up to four digits) and press ENTER .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

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Setting PLU Learning Start Number

The first PLU number for the unprogrammed barcode registration at R mode can be set.

To set the starting number, move the cursor to BCD LEARNING STR#, enter the desired number and press ENTER .

5.6 Setting TIMER AND ALARM

Setting Drawer Open Time (Second)

It is possible to program seconds until an alarm is given when the drawer is kept open after the transaction. (Unit: second, max. 6 digits)

To set the time, enter the seconds you wish and ENTER .

Setting Money Lift Alarm

When the ‘CASH IN DRAWER’ amount exceeds the pre-set amount, ‘MONEY LIFT

ERROR’ is displayed in the screen for an alarm at start of registration.

To set the amount, move the cursor to MONEY LIFT ALARM, enter the amount you wish and press ENTER .

Setting Auto Hold Time (Second)

When the pre-set seconds pass without any operation in sales registration, the registration is automatically held (put to HOLD area). This function is effective for Clerk 1 to Clerk 5.

To set the seconds, move the cursor to AUTO HOLD TIME, enter the seconds you wish and press ENTER .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, just press ESC .

5.7 COM1/2 SETUP

Peripherals such as barcode scanner and PC can connect to the cash register through the ports, COM 1 and COM 2. For each port, select one option.

Setting COM 1/COM 2

To set COM 1, select one of the followings, enter its number and press ENTER .

1 Scanner

2 PC

According to the spec of peripheral, enter the character length

Stop bit: 0 1 bit

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Parity: 0 Off

1 On

Parity: 0 Odd

1 Even

To move to COM 2, just press PAGE UP . To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, press ESC .

5.8 Setting KEY LAYOUT

*Raised Keyboard

*Flat Keyboard

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All the keys can be changed their functions.

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01:

CODE (Function code, see next page)

162

NAME

FEED

Above list must be seen in the screen.

To change key layout, move the cursor to NO (address) you wish to change the key function, and enter the wished key function number (See next page.), and press ENTER .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, press ESC .

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Function code :

No

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065

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Numeric key 0

Numeric key 4

Numeric key 8

CLR [C]

I D

Tax2

CANCEL

+%2

Minus2[-2]

#/ST

Charge 1 [CHRG]

Non Food

CARD2

RET2

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Check Print

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Numeric key 1

Numeric key 5

Numeric key 9

X/Time

Ret

Tax3

ENT/RLS

-%1 [-%]

PLU

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FS-TTL

CARD3

AGE

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Direct Clerk 5

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FEED

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Numeric key 6

Numeric key 00

Void

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Tax4

SHIFT

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RA

Cash/Tend

Hold

FS-TND

CARD4

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Table Transfer

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Function

Numeric key 3

Numeric key 7

Decimal [ . ]

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Tax1

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+%1 [+%]

Minus1[ - ]

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Check [CHKS]

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CARD1

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ON/OFF&ID

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5.9 ROUNDING METHOD FOR FINALIZING AMOUNT

Your cash register allows you to select the method used for rounding when a sales transaction is finished. There are five methods for rounding: round up, round off (If the 0.00 is displayed and printed, 0.01 to 0.04 becomes 0.00, 0.05 to 0.09 becomes 0.10), round down, the Swiss method and the Danish method. For information about the Swiss and Danish methods, consult your dealer. To set the method for rounding at sales transaction finalized, input 2-digit number for N1N2 selected in the following list and press ENTER first.

Then, input 2-digit number for N3N4 selected in the following list and press ENTER .

To return to PROGRAM 2 MENU, press ESC .

No.

N1N2

N3N4

02

12

00

10

Press:

00

04

09

05

25

To:

Select rounding up.

Select rounding off.

Select rounding down.

Select the Swiss method of rounding.

Select the Danish method of rounding.

No rounding.

Round the last digit.

Round the position according to the Swiss method of rounding.

Round the position according to the Danish method of rounding.

NOTE : You can select the method of rounding to be used in calculating percentages, taxes and multiplications using System Flags described in section 3.9, “Flag 3-5 in 5.1 Setting SYSTEM FLAG”.

5.10 JOURNAL MODE

To print electronic journal report, press PRINT key. To stop printing, press CLR key. To erase all the journal data, press DEL key.

5.11 VERSION

You can easily know the version of your ECR by entering 11 and pressing ENTER in P2 mode. For example, "ENGLISH V2.00 2003/05/09" will display.

When you consult sumething with your dealer, please mention the version of your ECR.

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6 Cash Register Operation

This chapter presents examples of cash register operation and shows example receipts.

6.1 Before Operating Your Cash Register

Before operating your cash register, you must do the following:

Make sure all the programming you need to do is complete. For various programming instructions, see Chapter 4 and 5, “P1 Programming”and “P2 Programming.”

Make sure that the paper roll is set in the correct positions.

See section 2.3, “Installing and Removing a Paper Roll.”

To select the “Register mode,” insert the owner key, the manager’s key or operator’s key into the control lock and turn it to the “R” position.

For more information about the control lock, see the “Control Lock” in section 1.3, “Part Names and Functions”.

P2

If the clerk ID function has been enabled, enter the ID using the numeric keys and press the ID Key. If you don’t, an error code will appear.

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R

V

X

Z

If an error code appears during operation, press the CLEAR Key to clear it and start the operation again. If the cash register hangs (won’t accept any key presses), reset the cash register computer system as described in section 2.1, “Installing the Cash Register.”

6.2 Basic Operation

This section shows how basic cash register operation are performed: selling a single item, multiple item sales, etc.

Single Item Entries

When you are registering a department item, press the department key or enter the price and then press the department key. If the preset unit price for the department is the correct price for the item, you do not need to enter the price. The following example shows that you are selling a Department 1 item for the unit price of $1.00.

PRINT 1   

Unitprice : $1.00

CASH

NOTE

: When you want to register items for Departments 7 to 12 (F/K), 11 to 20 (R/K), press the DEPT SHFT

Key before pressing the Department Key you need.

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When you sell an item that has a PLU code, enter the PLU code and press the PLU Key.

The unit price which is programmed for the code is automatically recalled. You can also temporarily change the unit price of a PLU code. To change the unit price, first enter the price and press the ENT/RLS . Then enter the PLU code and press the PLU Key. The following example shows how you sell an item PLU code 51 for $20.00 which is not the unit price. On the flat keyboard direct PLU key can be pressed if it is PLU code 40 or less.

2 0

Price

0 0 ENT

RLS

Changing the unit price

PRINT

5 1

PLU code 51

P L U CASH

Single-Item Cash Sale

The single-item cash sale is a function which allows you to shorten the number of key strokes when registering a single item for a cash sale. To register an item as a “single-item cash sale”, just press the department key. When you press a department key which has a

“single-item cash sale” function, the transaction ends automatically without pressing the

CASH Key. This function provides quick operation if your store sells a lot of items for cash. To use this function, the function flag must be set for the department. See “Setting

Function Flags” in section 4.2, “DEPARTMENT Programming.”

The following example shows how you sell a Department 5 (Unit price : $2.00) item with the “Single-item cash sale” function.

5

PRINT

Unit price : $2.00

Multiple Item Entries

You can register a number of items in a single transaction. The following example shows how you sell a Department 3 item with a price of $5.00, a Department 13 item for the unit price of $20.00, and an item with PLU code 11 when PLU code 11 is programmed for the unit price of $10.00.

5 0

Price

0 3

Department

DEPT

SHFT

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Department

PRINT

1 1

PLU code 11

P L U CASH

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Multiplication Entries

Your register can perform multiplication to register multiple identical items.

The following example shows how you sell 12 of the same item for $2.00 each and 2 of the same item with a PLU code 41.

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ENT

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TIME

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PLU code

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NOTE

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Repeated Entries

Your register allows you to perform repeated entries. The following example shows how you can sell 2 of Department 1 items for $2.00 each and 3 items with PLU code 52.

PRINT

2 0

Price

0 1   

Department

5 2

PLU code 52

P L U

CASH

1   

Repeated

P L U

Repeated

P L U

Repeated

Displaying the Subtotal

You can display the current subtotal during the sales transaction. Just press the #/ST Key.

6.3 Receipt On or Off Mode

You can control printing of receipts by setting your cash register in Receipt On or Off mode. The ID key works as Receipt On/Off key when it is pressed directly without any numeric key input. Each time you press an ID key directly, the Receipt On or Off mode will change. (Please refer to 'Receipt ON/OFF.)

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Receipt On/Off Indicator

At R or V mode, Receipt On/Off is displayed by pressing ID key.

REG MODE

R-OFF

NOTE : When you key in any number up to maximum of four digits followed by an ID key , the key works as Clerk Identification key.

Second Receipt (Receipt after Sale)

Even when the cash register is operating in Receipt Off mode, you can issue a receipt by pressing the TOTL key after a transaction is finalized (This feature is called 'Receipt after

Sale'). Optionally, if the receipt is On, a second (additional) receipt may also be issued.

6.4 Check and Charge

This section explains how to operate the cash register when you do not receive cash for the sale.

Check Sale

You can register sale paid by check with the CHKS Key. The following example shows how you enter the sales information when the customer pays by check for a $12.00 item from Department 4.

PRINT

1 2 0 0 4

CHKS

Price Department

Charge Sale

When your customer charges his purchase, you can enter the sales amount charged by the customer with the CHRG Key. The following example shows that the customer is charging a $50.00 item from Department 6 and a $7.00 item with PLU code 50.

PRINT

5 0

Price

0

ENT

RLS

0 6

Department

5 0

PLU code 50

P L U

7 0 0

Price for PLU code 10

CHRG

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6.5 Change Calculations

Your register can calculate the change due when the amount received from a customer is more than the sales amount. The following example shows how you enter an amount of

$20.00 received from a customer when you are selling an item from Department 4 for $9.60

and Department 3 for $9.00.

PRINT

9 6 0 4 9 0 0

Department

Price

3 2 0 0 0 CASH

Department Received amount

6.6 Tendered Amount Entries

Your register allows you to enter the amount received from a customer. You can enter each of the amounts paid by cash, check or charge in a single sales transaction. The following example shows that the customer gives the operator a $50.00 check and a $10.00 bill for a $60.00 total amount.

PRINT

6 0 0 0 3 5 0 0 0

Price Department Check amount

CHKS

1 0 0

Cash amount

0 CASH

6.7 Discounting with the [-] Key

This section describes how to operate the cash register when discounting a certain amount from the price of an item. You can either use the preset discount amount or you can enter the amount of the discount from the keyboard. For instructions about setting the discount amount, see section 4.6 to 4.8, “Setting DISCOUNT (-), +%, -%.”

For Each Item

When you want to discount a preset amount from an item, do the following.

PRINT

1    – CASH

Department Discount preset amount

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For the Total

When you want to discount an amount from the total amount, do the following.

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1

1 2

Price

0

2 P L U

0

#/ST

ENT

RLS

3 0

Discount amount

PRINT

CASH

6.8 Using the [+%] Key and [-%] Key

This section describes how to operate the cash register when giving a percentage discount or adding a percentage to the price of an item. You can use the preset percentage or you can enter the percentage to use with numeric keys. For instructions about setting discount percentage amount, see section 4.6 to 4.8, “Setting DISCOUNT (-), +%, -%.”

For Each Item

When you want to add a preset percentage to the price of an item, do the following.

PRINT 4

Department

+ %

Add the preset percentage

CASH

For the Total

When you want to discount a percentage from the total amount, do the following.

PRINT

#/ST

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Department

1 0

5 5 P L U

PLU code 55

– %

Discount percentage

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6.9 Tax Calculations

This section shows examples of selling items to which tax is added. For details about programming taxes, see section 4.4, “Setting Tax.”

Add-on tax system

The following example shows how you sell a Department 4 item by manually adding

TAX1 (Set for 7.5%) to its price and a Department 6 item to which you add TAX4 (Set for

5%).

4 PRINT

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Price

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Department

CASH

VAT system

The following example shows how you sell a Department 4 item which has TAX2 (Set for

5%) included in the price actually shown on the receipt and a Department 7 item which does not.

8 0

Price

0

7

(No tax)

CASH

4

Add TAX2 automatically

TOTL

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Price

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PRINT

SALAD II 8.00

PASTA 12.25

ITEM CT 2

TOTAL 20.25

CASH TD 30.00

CHANGE 9.75

Tax table system

The following example shows how you sell a Department 4 item (TAX3 is added) and a

Department 6 item (TAX3 is added). It is supposed that the TAX3 has been entered the

Tax table shown in section 4.5, “Setting Tax table.”

4 9 0

Price for the Department 4

6

Department

CASH

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Department

TOTL

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Price for the Department 6

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Tax Shift

You can change the current tax status of a department temporarily with the NTX or TX1

Key. When you use the NTX Key, the department to which you have added a tax will be nontaxable. When you use the TX1 Key, only TAX1 will be added to the department. If some taxes have been added to the department, they are not calculated. When you finish this tax shift transaction, tax status will be reset. The following example shows that you change the tax status of Department 5 (TAX4).

PRINT

I

TX1

4

CASH

To change the department 5 tax status from TAX4 to TAX1

TAX4 is preset

6.10 Receiving a Returned Item

This section describes how to operate the cash register when your customer return an item which he or she has bought. If you register the item returned, it will be printed on the reports as a returned item and subtract the amount from the total sales amount. To register the returned item, do the following:

RET

RET

1   

Returned item

2   

Returned item

CASH

PRINT

RETURN

DEPT01 1.50

RETURN

DEPT02 2.50

ITEM CT 0

CASH -4.00

6.11 Received on Account and Paid Out

This section describes how to operate when you enter an amount received on account (RA) and a non-sales amount removed from the drawer (PO). For example, you can enter the amount which has been charged by a customer with the RA Key. And you can enter an amount of petty cash when the store opens with the PO Key. The RA or PO is entered either as cash card or check according to the media you received or paid. When the RA or

PO is entered as cash, the mark “CA” will appear at the right of the mark “RA” or “PO”, and as check, “CK” will appear.

Received on Account

The following example shows how you register the $25.00 received on account by check.

PRINT

2 5 0 0

Amount recieved on account

RA

CHKS

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Paid Out

The following example shows how you register the $30.00 petty cash removed from a drawer.

PRINT

3 0 0 0

Petty cash removed from the drawer

PO

CASH

6.12 Exchanging Money and Opening the Drawer

This section explains how you operate when changing money. This section describes how to open the drawer without making a sale.

Exchanging Money

When a customer requests change, you can enter the amount received from the customer.

The amount will be printed in the reports but it is not added to total sales amount.

1 0 0 0

Received from a customer

#/ST #/ST

PRINT

Opening the Drawer

You can open the drawer without making a sale. To open the drawer, just press the #/ST

Key.

PRINT

#/ST

The drawer will open.

NOTE

: You can also open the drawer with the lever on the bottom of the drawer. “Opening the Drawer

Manually.”

6.13 Calculation of change after the transaction finalized

The amount of change can be displayed on the customer display if there is a payment by tendering from the customer after ringing up.

Control lock: R position

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7. Making Corrections

This chapter explains how to make corrections to sales information that has been entered or registered.

7.1 Correcting Numbers That Have Been Entered

This cash register allows you to correct the numbers you enter with the numeric keys. To correct a wrong number, press the CLEAR Key immediately after entering the number.

The following example shows how you correct a mistakenly entered amount.

PRINT

1 5 0

Incorrect price

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CASH

C

Clear

1 0 5

Corrected price

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: You cannot correct the number with the CLEAR Key after the department has been pressed.

7.2 Voiding the Last Entry

You can void an item you have registered immediately after you register it. To void the mistakenly registered item, press the EC Key immediately after registering the item.

The following example assumes that you entered a PLU code using the $5.00 of unit price when you wanted to change price. It shows how to void the registered unit price and enter the price you want.

PRINT

5 0 P L U

Unit price: $5.00

ENT

RLS

5 1

EC

Void the unit price

P L U

1

CASH

0 0

Enter the correct price

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You can also void items you have registered prior to the last item. To void items entered earlier, use the VOID Key. The following example shows how to void the first item registered during this transaction.

1 5 0

1   

0

VOID

Voids the Department 3 item registered first

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7.4 Voiding a Sales After the Transaction Has Been

Finalized

You can void a sales transaction registered earlier. To void the earlier sales transaction, use the VOID Key. The following example shows how you void the sales shown by the receipt “A”.

3 1 2 0 0 ENT

RLS

4 2

A)

PRINT

P L U

#/ST

3 0 –

CASH

To void the above transaction:

VOID

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VOID

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VOID

P L U

ENT

RLS

#/ST

CASH

NOTE : For direct PLU on the flat keyboard press void , PLU1 for 1 void PLU.

PRINT

7.5 Voiding a Sales at V Control Lock Key Position

At V position, by the exact same steps as those at R position, the sales transaction registered earlier can be voided without frequent VOID key operation.

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8. Hold Operation

1) Normal operation interrupted by HOLD

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ID

(Clerk ID#)

1 0 0

2 0 0

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Department

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(Department)

(Department)

HOLD

2) Releasing Hold and continuing registration

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(Clerk ID#)

3 0 0 3

Department

(Department)

CASH

TEND

NOTE : Hold operation

Except the HOLD key operation, there are two other ways to HOLD.

1. Set System Flag 12, N2 : 1.

When the new clerk password is entered, the current transaction is automatically held.

2. Setting Auto Hold Time (Second).

When the preset seconds pass without any operation, the registration is automatically held.

Please refer to 5.6 Setting TIMER AND ALARM.

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9.1 Tendered amount and total amount are in LC.

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TOTL

Total amount is displayed in LC.

5 0 0 CASH

Tendered amount is regarded in LC.

9.2 Tendered amount and total amount are in Euro.

1    1 0 0

2 3 0 2   

(Total amount is displayed in FC1(=the euro).)

5 0 0 CASH

(Tendered amount is regarded in FC1(=the euro).)

NOTE : Amounts are printed and displayed in LC or FC1(=the euro) depending on the selection of flag 16, N5 for the change. Incidentally, the operation of reversing the selection of the flag 17, N7=1 temporarily is by operating the PO key instead of the

CASH key. Just input (amount) PO .

9.3 In case the finalization by CASH, CHECK, CHARGE

(CARD) is possible by the flag selection:

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CHKS

NOTE : Change the transaction word of FC2 to [Euro CHECK].

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9.4 Operation of RA(=received on account) and

PO(=paid-out) in Euro

1. Received on account

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RA

CASH

2. Paid-out

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10. Special Functions

This chapter describes various special functions of this cash register. The settings for these functions are described in section “5.1 Setting SYSTEM FLAG.”

10.1 Training Mode

To train an operator, this cash register has the training mode. First, enter the training mode and then let the operator do simulated operations. When the training is finished, be sure to return to the normal operation mode. (Please refer to Training Password in 5.2)

To enter the training mode:

Control lock key position: X

Enter 3 (TRAINING MODE), and press ENTER .

/If the password is not programmed yet, the displayed message is “NOT TRAIN-

ING PASSWORD!.” Please program the password first.

/If the password is programmed, the displayed message is “PASSWORD?”

Then, enter your password.

/If the password is wrong, the displayed message is “PASSWORD ERROR.”

Press CLR key and enter the correct password.

/If the password is correct, the X MODE REPORT screen returns with the symbol of ‘T’ in the bottom, left-hand corner.

Turn the control lock key to R, and you will find you are in the training mode. Then start the training.

To return the normal operation mode, turn the control lock key to X again, and enter 3 and press ENTER . When you are asked “PASSWORD?” enter the correct password and press

ENTER . Then the X MODE REPORT screen returns without the symbol of “T.” It means you are already in the normal operation mode.

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10.2 Age Verification

The function to verify the full age or non-age of the customer to by the item, by entering his (her) birth date.

(Set AGE key (054), AGE TABLE (P1-10), PLU (Age table #) in advance)

Control lock key position: R

(1) The message of “PLEASE INPUT BIRTH DATE” is displayed when the PLU, that the age able has been programmed for, is registered without the operation of the ‘AGE’ key at the beginning of ringing up:

Example : Key operation

4 1 PLU

Display

PLEASE INPUT BIRTH DATE

Then enter the birth date of the customer. Assume it is August 5, 1980.

Or

0 5 0 8 8 0 AGE

0 5 0 8 1 9 8 0 AGE

FULL AGE (if not old enough, “NON AGE”)

(or “AGE – 22” at your option)

When the entered number is not more than six-digit number, automatically ‘1900’ is added to the number for the year.

(2) If the customer is old enough to buy the item the message of “FULL AGE” or “AGE-

(actual age)” is displayed due to your flag option.

If the customer is not old enough to buy the item, the message of “NON AGE or “AGE-

(actual age)” is displayed due to your flag option.

(3) If the customer is old enough, then operate 4 1 PLU again. If, still, the customer is not old enough, the message of “NO SALE” is displayed.

10.3 Unit Price Display

In R mode, it is possible to display the unit price of PLU by entering 00 and scanning the barcode. If the customer wishes to buy the item, scan the barcode again. If he (she) does not, go on registering next item. Please note it is available by pressing 00 key only (not pressing 0 key twice).

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10.4 Guest Table

The function to enable tentative closes. By this function, you can control 30 tables in total for ordered items at intervals.

In the following example, the guests at Table #01 and #02 order at their tables first, and then they decided to add up their payments together. (To use the function, set Flag 25, N7

= 1)

Key operation

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PB

(To open Table #01)

1 0 0 1   

2 0 0 2   

(To register the ordered items and prices.)

NB

(To close Table #01 once.)

REG MODE

TOTAL 0.00

PREV BAL 0.00

TABLE 01

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REG MODE

(To open Table #01 again to take additional order.)

3 0 0 3

TOTAL 10.00

NEW BAL. 10.00

4 0 0 4

(To register the additional ordered items and prices.)

NB

(To close Table #01 again.)

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PB

(To open Table #02)

2 0 0 2   

(To register the ordered item and price.)

NB

(To close Table #02 once.)

NB

(To display table #'s and amounts whose accounts are outstanding.)

PO

(To select Table #02.)

PB

REG MODE

TB01 10.00

TB02 2.00

(To open Table #02.)

2 0 0 2   

(To register the ordered item and price.)

NB

(To close Table #02 once.)

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PB

(To open Table #01.)

2 TB TRNSF

(To add up the balance of Table #01 to that of Table

#02.)

REG MODE

TOTAL 14.00

NEW BAL. 14.00

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(To display table numbers whose accounts are outstanding. In the example, Table #02 only.)

CHK PRT

(To print the details of account.)

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CHK PAID

(To finalize the account of Table #02.)

CASH

(Paid by cash.)

REG MODE

TOTAL 14.00

CHKPRT 14.00

TABLE 02

Functions of keys used for the function:

PB (Key function code: 155)

Used to open the table whose number is entered.

NB (Key function code: 156)

Used to close the table after order entry, and to display table numbers whose accounts are outstanding.

CHK PRT (Key function code: 157)

Used to print the account details (including taxes) of specified table #.

CHK PAID (Key function code: 158)

Used to finalize the account of specified table.

TB TRNSF (Key function code: 159)

Used to add up the accounts of tables, or guest account movement to another table.

CVRS (Key function code: 147)

Used to enter the number of guests at table.

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11.Checking and Resetting Sales Information

This chapter describes how to check and reset the sales information and shows sample reports. Please note that the used keyboard layout is for programming (P.12) if necessary.

11.1 Overview of Checking and Resetting Sales Information

Daily sales information can be reviewed. There are two methods for checking this information: issue one of the nine types of reports or you can display sixteen different totals without issuing a report. The daily report for checking sales is called the “X1” (daily) report. To issue an X1 report, while in the “X” mode, enter 1 and press ENTER , and in the next screen, move the cursor or enter the number corresponding to the report you want and press ENTER .

Control lock key position:

The first screen

X MODE REPORT

1:PRINT

X

2:DISPLAY

3:TRAINING MODE (explained in 10.1 Training Mode)

4:JOURNAL SEARCH

It is also possible to check the information covering a certain period of time, such as by week or by month. To check the information from a certain period, issue an “X2” (periodical) report while in the “X” mode. To issue an X2 report, while in the “X” mode, enter 2 and press ENTER , and in the next screen, move the cursor or enter the number corresponding to the report you want and press ENTER .

If 1 is selected in the first screen, the second screen is as below:

1:DAILY

2:PERIODICAL

3:TRAINING DAILY

4:TRAINING PERIODICAL

Issuing both daily and periodical reports on training is also available in the same way. In the second screen select 3 or 4.

After checking the sales information, the data can be reset. In the “Z” mode, the daily or a certain periods of statistics are reset automatically after issuing reports such as “Z1” (daily) or the “Z2” (certain interval) reports. In “Z” mode, only printing is available. The steps to issue various reports are exactly same as those of “X” mode.

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11.2 Structure & Explanation of Reports

X MODE REPORT Control lock key position: X

1:PRINT

1:DAILY

1:FULL

All the sales information such as the total sales amount, department sales, taxes, etc. If cash declaration compulsory before taking full reports ( Flag 7, N1, N2 = 1 ) has been selected, not 1 but 9 :

CASH DECLARATION must be entered or an error will occur.

2:PLU

The PLU sales information

3:HOURLY

The sales information for each hour

4:IN DRAWER

Information about the cash, card and check in the drawer

5:CLERK (ALL)

The sales information for each clerk

6:CLERK (INDIVIDUAL)

The sales information for a designated clerk

7:GROUP

The sales information for each department group

8:JOURNAL SEARCH

Issuing the electronic journal only (Flag 20, N6=1)

9:CASH DECLARATION

The difference between the real cash amount in the drawer and the one printed at the top of the full X1 or Z1 report.

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1:FULL

2:PLU

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4:CLERK (ALL)

5:CLERK (INDIVIDUAL)

6:GROUP

3:TRAINING DAILY

1:FULL

2:HOURLY

3:IN DRAWER

4:CLERK (ALL)

5:CLERK (INDIVIDUAL)

6:GROUP

4:TRAINING PERIODICAL

1:FULL

2:IN DRAWER

3:CLERK (ALL)

4:CLERK (INDIVIDUAL)

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2:DISPLAY

1:NET SALES TOTAL

2:CASH TOTAL

3:CHARGE TOTAL

4:CHECK TOTAL

5:NON SALE ITEM TOTAL

6:RA TOTAL

7:PO TOTAL

8:CASH IN DRAWER TOTAL

9:FC1 IN DRAWER TOTAL

10:FC2 IN DRAWER TOTAL

11:FC3 IN DRAWER TOTAL

12:FC4 IN DRAWER TOTAL

13:RATOTAL OF FC1

14:PO TOTAL OF FC1

15:CHARGE2 TOTRAL

16:CARD TOTAL

17:CARD2 TOTAL

18:CARD3 TOTAL

19:CARD4 TOTAL

Z MODE REPORT Control lock key position: Z

1:DAILY

1:FULL & JOURNAL

2:PLU

3:HOURLY

4:CLERK (ALL)

5:CLERK (INDIVIDUAL)

6:JOURNAL

7:CASH DECLARATION

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1:FULL

2:PLU

3:CLERK (ALL)

4:CLERK (INDIVIDUAL)

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1:FULL

2:HOURLY

3:IN DRAWER

4:CLERK (ALL)

5:CLERK (INDIVIDUAL)

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4:TRAINING PERIODICAL

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11.3 Sample Reports

The following examples show each type of X1 report. The printing format for each report can be set with the system flags described in section 5.1, “Setting System Flag.”

Full report

Please refer to Password for issuing the full report at Regular mode in 5.2.

Activity counter

Department total

Cash-in-drawer

Check-in-drawer

Charge-in-drawer

+% net counter

+% net amount

- Net counter

- Net amount

No sale counter

No sale amount

Department total counter

All department totals

Non tax amount

Taxable 1 amount

Tax 1 amount

Gross sales total

-% Gross counter

-% Gross amount

- Gross counter

- Gross amount

Cash sales counter

Cash sales amount

Check sales counter

Check sales amount

Charge sales counter

Charge sales amount

Net sales counter

Net sales total

Received on account cash counter

Received on account cash amount

Paid out cash counter

Paid out cash amount

Received on account check counter

Received on account check amount

Paid out check counter

Paid out check amount

Earlier-entry void counter

Earlier-entry void amount

Earlier-entry void w/[-] key counter

Earlier-entry void w/[-] key amount

Return counter

Return amount

Last-entry void counter

Last-entry void amout

Gross tax total

Net sales exluding tax

CAUTION In Z report printing, if the control lock key happens to be turned to another position, the printing stops (though the data are not reset).

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PLU report

Cash in drawer report

Group report

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Hourly report

Sales counter for an hour from 17:00

Sales amount for an hour from 17:00

Cash-in-drawer amount

Clerk-in-drawer amount

Charge-in-drawer amount

Clerk report

Group number

Clerk name

Net sales total clerk 1

Net sales amount clerk 1

No sale counter clerk 1

No sale amount clerk 1

Void counter & amount

Return counter & amount

E/C counter & amount

Tax total

Cash sale total counter & amount

Check sale total counter & amount

Charge sale total counter & amount

Cleak working hours

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11.4 JOURNAL SEARCH

By inputting the exact date, time and pressing DSGN key, the transaction rung up at that time is displayed.

To search a sales transaction, enter month (2 digits), date (2 digits) and press ENTER .

For example, if you wish to search a sales transaction at 3:35 PM of August 18, enter 0818 and press ENTER , and enter 1535 and press ENTER , again. And then, press DSGN to start searching. In a minute or so, FOUND or NOT FOUND is displayed.

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11.5 Declaring Amount of Cash in Drawer

Your cash register allows you to check the difference between the cash amount entered from the keyboard and the real cash amount stored in the drawer. To check the difference, before issuing the full X1 or Z1 report, enter 9 in X mode or 7 in Z mode :CASH

DECLARATION, and press ENTER in X(Z) MODE DAILY screen. Then, as the drawer opens automatically, enter the real cash amount after counting. Then press ENTER key to issue the full X1 or Z1 report. You will see the difference between these amounts printed at the top of the full X1 or Z1 report.

If you set Flag7, N1 (for X1 report) and/or N2 (for Z1 report) =1 to require entering the cash amount in the drawer before resetting the sales,” the real cash amount must be entered before issuing the full X1 or Z1 report. If the real amount is not entered before taking X1 or Z1 report, an error will occur.

To check the difference, count the bills and coins in the drawer. The following example assumes that there are 20 $20.00 bills, 92 $10.00 bills, 25 $1.00 bills, 5 quarters, 20 dimes, 12 nickels and 19 pennies. When you finish counting the real amount, do the following

NOTE The used keyboard layout is for programming (P.12).

Example (X1)

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5

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1 9

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1 0 0

2 5

1 0

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RLS

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RLS

RLS

ENTER

The full X report follows.

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11.6 RS232C Interface

The connectors (RJ45 type) for RS232C interface are equipped regularly.

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COM 1

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Signal Pin Assignment

Pin Number : Right end = Pin 1

Left end = Pin 8

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Signal Name

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TXD

CTS

GND

(DTR)

+5V

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RXD

(Short)

IN

CAUTION Be sure to shut off the power before plugging the connector in.

I/O

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12. Maintenance

This chapter explains the maintenance operations you can perform yourself.

12.1 Cleaning Your Cash Register

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

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

The cash register might be damaged.

12.2 Opening the Drawer Manually

In the event of a power failure or a problem with the cash register, the drawer may not open. To open the drawer manually, move the lever on the bottom of the drawer in the direction shown by the arrow in the drawing. (See the figure on the right.)

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

12.3 In Case of a Paper Jam

If a paper jam occurs, remove the paper roll as explained in “Removing the Paper Roll” in section 2.3, “Installing and Removing the Paper Roll”. If you cannot clear the jam, please contact your local dealer.

CAUTION

Do not remove the jammed paper with a sharp instrument. You may ze printer.

12.4 Head Cleaning Procedure and Precautions

Procedure :

1. Lift the head up lever (a) so it stands upright (b).

2. Clean the heat elements using alcohol and a cotton swab.

3. After cleaning, set the head up lever to its original position by reversing the steps.

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1. Do not clean the thermal head immediately after printing because thermal head will still be hot.

2. Cleaning fluid : Ethyl alcohol, Isopropyl alcohol.

3. Do not use sandpaper, cutter, etc. when cleaning. They will damage the heat elements.

4. Do not start printing operation until alcohol dries.

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12.6 Troubleshooting

If you have a problem while operating your cash register, refer to the following steps for a possible remedy.

Problem: Nothing is displayed in any mode.

Action: The power cord may not be plugged in. Turn the control lock to the “L” position, plug in the power cord, then turn the control lock to the required operating position.

Problem: Sales transaction operations cannot be performed.

Action: If the control lock is not in the “R” position, turn it to the “R” position.

If you enabled clerk ID, you must enter a valid password and press the ID Key.

Problem: The paper does not rotate or not issued.

Action: Make sure the take-up reel is placed correctly on the support.

If a paper jam occurs, remove the paper roll.

Problem: A paper jam occurs.

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

Make sure the end of the paper inserted into the printer is cut correctly.

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“L” position and remove the power cord from the wall. Then contact your local dealer.

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