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Euro-2000T Alpha

User manual

Version 1.26

This manual, or any part, must not be copied or distributed without the consent of the Elcom company.

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Table of Contents

1 Introduction ........................................................................................................................ 6

1.1 Important ...............................................................................................................................................7

1.2 Basic definitions ................................................................................................................................... 8

2 Cash register characteristics .........................................................................................

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2.1 Parts of ECR, basic parameters ........................................................................................................10

2.2 External equipment connectivity ......................................................................................................12

2.3 The Euro-2000T Alpha keyboard ....................................................................................................... 14

2.4 Button names and their functions ....................................................................................................15

2.5 Displays layout ................................................................................................................................... 17

2.5.1 Euro-2000T ALPHA cashier display layout .......................................................................

17

2.5.2 Euro-2000T ALPHA customer display layout ....................................................................

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2.5.3 Switching the display backlight on and off ........................................................................ 18

2.6 Mode switch and mode keys ............................................................................................................. 19

2.7 Paper rolls installation .......................................................................................................................20

2.8 Usage and storage of thermal paper ................................................................................................21

3 PROGRAM MANUAL .......................................................................................................

22

3.1 Initialization .........................................................................................................................................23

3.2 Recommended procedure of Euro-2000T Alpha programming .....................................................24

3.3 Flags programming ............................................................................................................................24

3.3.1 Initial programming of system flags .............................................................................................

24

3.3.2 System flags correction ...............................................................................................................

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3.3.3 Printing flags values ....................................................................................................................

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3.3.4 Flag 1 - number of decimal places for price, amount and VAT display, method of rounding TAX system ...................................................................

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3.3.5 Flag 2 - TAX printing, number of logo lines, blank lines... ...........................................................

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3.3.6 Flag 3 - receipt number, cash register number ............................................................................

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3.3.7 Flag 4 - enforced operations .......................................................................................................

27

3.3.8 Flag 5 - parameters of serial communication ..............................................................................27

3.3.9 Flag 6 - printing mode setting ......................................................................................................

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3.3.10 Flag 7 - limit and value of the percent add-on ...........................................................................

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3.3.11 Flag 8 - limit and value of the percent discount .........................................................................

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3.3.12 Flag 9 - time setting ...................................................................................................................

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3.3.13 Flag 10 - date setting .................................................................................................................

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3.4 Programming TAX rates .....................................................................................................................29

3.4.1 TAX rate programming .................................................................................................................

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3.4.2 TAX name programming ..............................................................................................................

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3.4.3 Correction of the TAX program ....................................................................................................

30

3.4.4 Printing of preprogrammed TAX values .......................................................................................

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3.5 Logo programming .............................................................................................................................31

3.5.1. Logo programming procedure. ...................................................................................................

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3.5.2. Correction of the logo lines. ........................................................................................................

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3.5.3. Printing the programmed logo lines. ...........................................................................................

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3.6 Cashiers programming ......................................................................................................................32

3.6.1 The Cashier’s name programming ..............................................................................................

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3.6.2 The Cashier’s password programming ........................................................................................

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3.6.3 Cashier authorization programming ............................................................................................

33

3.6.4 Correction of Cashier ...................................................................................................................

33

3.6.5 Printing of Cashier values ............................................................................................................

33

3.7 Function texts programming .............................................................................................................34

3.7.1 Function texts programming ........................................................................................................

34

3.6.2 Correction of function texts ..........................................................................................................

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3.6.3 Printing of function texts setting ...................................................................................................

35

3.8. Programming for departments ........................................................................................................36

3.8.1 Programming of department unit price ........................................................................................

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3.8.2 Programming of department flags ...............................................................................................

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3.8.3 Programming of department name ..............................................................................................

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3.8.4 Correction of program for departments .......................................................................................

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3.8.5 Printing of the department values ................................................................................................

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3.9 Sales unit programming ....................................................................................................................38

3.9.1 Sales unit programming ...............................................................................................................

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3.9.2 The correction of sales unit programming ...................................................................................

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3.9.3 The sales unit setting printout ......................................................................................................

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3.10 Programming for PLUs ....................................................................................................................40

3.10.1 Programming of PLU unit price .................................................................................................

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3.10.2 The PLU first flag programming .................................................................................................

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3.10.3 The second PLU flag programming ...........................................................................................

41

3.10.4 Programming of PLU name .......................................................................................................

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3.10.5 Programming of PLU bar codes ................................................................................................

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3.10.6 Fast PLUs price programming ...................................................................................................

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3.10.7 PLU stock programming ............................................................................................................

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3.10.8 Correction of PLU program ........................................................................................................

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3.10.9 Printing of PLU settings .............................................................................................................

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3.11 Euro currency programming ...........................................................................................................46

3.11.1 Stage without Euro currency ......................................................................................................

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3.11.2 1st stage of Euro currency ........................................................................................................

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3.11.3 2nd stage of Euro currency ........................................................................................................

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3.11.4 3rd stage of Euro currency .........................................................................................................

47

3.12 Character code tables ......................................................................................................................48

3.12.1 Hexadecimal character code table ............................................................................................

48

3.12.2 The alphabetical character table ...............................................................................................

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4 Operation manual in registration mode ........................................................................

50

4.1 Before you start a day ........................................................................................................................ 50

4.1.1 Recommended procedures for manager at the beginning of the day .........................................

50

4.1.2 Printing modes .............................................................................................................................

50

4.2 Status and functions that are necessary to be known before the beginning of registration ...... 51

4.2.1 Error warning ...............................................................................................................................

51

4.2.2 Cashier log-in button .................................................................................................................. 51

4.2.3 Cashier log-out button ................................................................................................................ 51

4.2.4 Finalization of transaction ............................................................................................................ 51

4.3 Samples of basic registration procedures .......................................................................................52

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4.4 Registration by means of departments ............................................................................................ 54

4.4.1 Entries into departments ..............................................................................................................

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4.4.2 Repeated entries into departments .............................................................................................

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4.4.3 Multiplication entries into departments ........................................................................................

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4.4.4 Split-pricing entries into departments .......................................................................................... 55

4.4.5 Successive multiplication entries into departments ..................................................................... 56

4.4.6 Single item entries into departments ........................................................................................... 56

4.4.7 Overwriting of the preprogrammed price with the department entries ......................................... 56

4.5 PLU entries ......................................................................................................................................... 57

4.5.1 Basic PLU entries ........................................................................................................................ 57

4.5.2 Multiplication PLU entries ............................................................................................................ 58

4.5.3 Individual PLU entries .................................................................................................................. 58

4.5.4 Supressing of preprogrammed PLU price ................................................................................... 59

4.5.5 Split pricing PLU entry ................................................................................................................. 59

4.5.6 Successive multiplication PLU entries ......................................................................................... 59

4.6 Other registrations .............................................................................................................................60

4.6.1 Registration by bar code ..............................................................................................................

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4.6.2 Registration by external PC keyboard .........................................................................................

61

4.6.3 The weight entry by electronic scales ..........................................................................................

62

4.6.4 PC ON-LINE mode ......................................................................................................................

62

4.6.5 Credit Card Payment via EFT Terminal .......................................................................................

63

4.7 Corrections ......................................................................................................................................... 66

4.7.1 Clearing ....................................................................................................................................... 66

4.7.2 Voids ............................................................................................................................................ 66

4.8 Percent add-on and percent discount .............................................................................................. 68

4.8.1 Percent add-on ............................................................................................................................

68

4.8.2 Percent discount .......................................................................................................................... 69

4.9 Printing a reference number or the customer number ...................................................................69

4.10 Received on account entries ........................................................................................................... 70

4.11 Cash or check paid out entries ....................................................................................................... 71

4.12 Refund entries .................................................................................................................................. 72

4.13 Accounting in Euro currency ..........................................................................................................73

4.13.1 Stage without Euro currency .....................................................................................................

73

4.13.2 1st stage of Euro currency .........................................................................................................

73

4.13.3 2nd stage of Euro currency ......................................................................................................

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4.13.4 3rd stage of Euro currency .......................................................................................................

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5 REPORTS

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5.1 How to print out reports ..................................................................................................................... 75

5.2 The generated reports ....................................................................................................................... 75

5.3 The report contents ............................................................................................................................ 75

5.3.1 Reports of departments ............................................................................................................... 75

5.3.2 The PLU report ............................................................................................................................ 76

5.3.3 Financial report ............................................................................................................................ 76

5.3.4 Cashier report .............................................................................................................................. 77

5.3.5 Total “X” report .............................................................................................................................

77

5.3.6 Periodical “X” report ..................................................................................................................... 77

5.3.7 Total “Z” report ............................................................................................................................. 77

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5.3.8 Periodical “Z” report ..................................................................................................................... 77

5.4 How to print “X” reports .................................................................................................................... 78

5.5 Samples of “X” reports ...................................................................................................................... 79

5.6 How to print out “Z” reports .............................................................................................................. 81

5.7 Samples of “Z” reports ...................................................................................................................... 82

5.8 X-reports from Fiscal memory ..........................................................................................................84

5.9 Z-reports of fiscal versions only .......................................................................................................85

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7 OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES .............................................................................................

87

7.1 Wet keyboard cover ...........................................................................................................................87

7.2 Customer display backlight ..............................................................................................................87

7.3 Battery box ..........................................................................................................................................88

7.4 Power supply cable for supplying the register from the car ..........................................................88

7.5 Cash drawer ........................................................................................................................................88

7.6 External display ..................................................................................................................................89

7.7 Carrying bag .......................................................................................................................................89

7.8 Bar code scanners .............................................................................................................................89

8 HELP .................................................................................................................................

91

8.1 Information and error messages ......................................................................................................91

8.2 What to do in case of power failure ..................................................................................................93

8.2.1 Power failure ................................................................................................................................

93

8.2.2 Failures of register as a result of interference in the power network ........................................... 93

8.3 What to do in case of “LowBat” signaling ....................................................................................... 93

8.4 Self tests .............................................................................................................................................94

8.4.1 Self-test of electronics and display ..............................................................................................

94

8.4.2 Self-test of the printer ..................................................................................................................

94

8.4.3 Self-test of the keyboard ..............................................................................................................

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1 INTRODUCTION

ELCOM company wishes to thank you for the purchase of the EURO-2000T ALPHA cash register. Please read the instructions to become familiar with its functions and operations before you start to operate this equipment. Keep this manual for future use. It will help you to solve most problems encountered in its operation.

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1.1 Important

Install the cash register in a place where it will not be exposed to direct sunlight, un usual temperature changes (under 0° C and above 50°C) or high humidity. In stallation in such places could result in damage to the cabinet and electrical com po nents as well.

Leave the cash register turned on for at least 8 hours to charge the internal lead acid accumulator and NiCd memory back up accumulator to full capacity.

After transporting the unit from a cold environment to a warm one and vice versa, do not switch on the cash register for 20 minutes at a minimum giving all components time to be con di tioned to the new temperature conditions.

Clean the cash register with dry, soft cloth. Never use such cleaning agents like petrol or solvents. Using such chemicals can result in discoloration or deterioration of cabi net.

Avoid spilling any liquids on the cash register as they may damage its func tion ality. The key board is to be carefully protected.

Connect the cash register with the supplied adapter into a standard network plug. Other electrical equipment connected in the same network circuit may cause improper functioning of the cash reg is ter. In an en vi ronment with strong interference use the special anti-in ter ference aids rec ommended by the manufacturer of the cash register.

If the cash register malfunctions, contact your authorized dealer for service. Do not try to repair the register yourself. Do not open the cash register!

Pull out the AC/DC adapter plug from its electrical connection if the device is to be fully disconnected.

If the external adapter is connected to the cash register then the internal lead acid accumu lator is charged even the cash register is turned off.

During receipt printing wait until the printer has finished printing. Do not tear off the receipt during printing. Printer damage may result.

Use only high-quality thermo paper. Improper ribbons may result in damage to the printer or shorten its lifetime. When using suitable ribbons and by properly maintaining the printer, the average lifetime is up to 25 million lines!

Journal paper storage recommendations: Do not expose thermo paper to light. Store at temperature not higher than 40°C. Avoid contact of thermo paper with PVC, mollificators, organic dissolvent or glue.

Use paper ribbon, which end is not glued. If such paper ribbon will be used and not changed early, the printer could be damaged or its life could be abbreviated. In this case the damaged printer waranty is not valid.

Use only the supplied AC/DC adapter or source recommended by authorised dealer for elec trical connection. The use of other adapter type may result the damage of the cash reg is ter.

Use only the program recommended by your authorized dealer as well as the original in ter connecting cable for the cash register communication with a computer. For bar code scanners use only the connector rec ommended in these instructions.

In case the cash register is not used for a long time, it is necesarry to turn on the ECR for at least 24 hours per 3 months of disuse to charge the internal NiCd memory back up accumulator to prevent data memory loss. Note that the capacity of internal lead acid accumulator drops to about 70% in 6 months.

If the cash register is used in ways other than those described in these instructions, the dealer cannot be re spon sible for data correctness and resulting damages.

We reserve the right to change information in the manual. The latest published versions of manuals are available on the site www.elcom.eu.

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1.2 Basic definitions

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Logo

The heading on each printed receipt is introductory information preceding description of goods purchased.

It is mainly used to identify the cash register owner (company name, tax information, company identification, etc.).

ELCOM STORE

Electronic equipment

ID1: 0123456789876543546

ID2 : 01234567/9876

THANK YOU

Your receipt

Department

Department (DPT) is used to denote the goods groups having some common features (dairy products, foodstuffs, fruit etc.). It is characterized by name, parameters and by the preprogrammed selling price, if it is to used for direct sale.

PLU

(Price Look Up) abbreviation for the denomination of the specific goods (goods item). PLU code represents the goods name, the sale price and flags (assignment to the goods group, VAT level, PLU type etc.)

E.g. Fat milk - 13,50 SK, White yoghurt - 7,50 SK).

Relationship between the departments and PLU’s

The following example clearly describes the relation between the goods groups (departments) and the goods items (PLU). 16 PLU and 4 goods groups were used here.

GOODS

DPT1

Diary products

PLU1

Fruit yoghurt

PLU2

Skimmed milk

PLU3

Colby cheese

PLU4

Monterey Jack

DPT2

Sweets

PLU5

Nut chocolate

PLU6

Toffee

PLU7

Waffers

PLU8

Mon cherry

DPT3

Pastry

PLU9

Graham rolls

PLU10

Bun

PLU11

Soy bread

PLU12

Swiss roll

…

…

…

…

DPTn

Alcohol

PLUn

Napoleon

PLUn

Beer 12°

PLUn

Russian vodka

PLUn

Metaxa

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Report

The sale overview up to the choice (financial, total, cashier, PLU etc.)

There are two basic types of reports: „X“ and „Z“.

„ X “- reports print the concrete sales values (according to the report choice) without resetting the data.

„ Z “- reports print the sales values of the called report. After printing the values, all values are reset to zero in the cash register memory.

Bar code

Coding of the numeric description of products into bars corresponds with clearly defined international rules.

If product has an assigned a bar code, it appears on each of these goods. The most frequently used code for product or merchandise denomination in Europe is 13-digit code according to the EAN norm (EAN-13) and the 8-digit code EAN8.

EAN-13

Bar code scanner

A bar code scanning device is used to improve speed and accuracy in goods registration.

EAN-8

System flags

Basic settings of the register that largely influence correctness of cash register functions. (Number of decimal places, system of numbers rounding, date, time, etc.)

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2 Cash register characteristics

2.1 Parts of ECR, basic parameters

Euro-2000T Alpha

Type of Cash register Operator display

Receipt gap

Printer cover

ALPHA

Keyboard

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Control key lock

Rocker power switch

Customer display

DC 9-40V PC SCALES/SCANNER DRAWER/DISPLAY

Rear connector panel

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The EURO-2000T ALPHA cash register belongs to the family of portable cash registers. It is light and compact. The Euro-2000T ALPHA is designed for smaller businesses, easily transportable from one sales area to another, and can be easily moved to areas as a substitute cash register in case of power failure.

Inspite of its small dimensions it is technically a very well equipped cash register offering great flexibility with connectivity to many peripheral devices. It can be connected to a personal computer, to a bar code scanner, and to an electronic scales as well. The Cash drawer, the external display and a PC keyboard can be connected to register. The cabinet comprises a sufficiently large space for a very adequate paper roll.

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can be power supplied:

From the main source of current by means of the AC/DC adapter

From a built-in high capacity lead accumulator

From the external battery box

From the car accumulator (12-24 V) through car lighter cable

Both the AD/DC adapter and the built in accumulator are supplied with the cash register.

The displays back light, external display, money drawer, external battery box with the starter cord, car lighter cable, paper roll end optical sensor, communication software for personal computer and modem communication, water-resistant spill proof keyboard cover and carrying bag, are optional accessories.

The Euro-2000T ALPHA provides several managerial functions and reports. It supports completely a national or native language and its special characters. Both programming and reports are in native languages. The cash register is intended mostly for ambulant, movable or remote sales areas and for businesses with small sale frequency. Because of its reasonable price this cash register is often used as a back-up register in situations where a cash register is out of service or a power failure demands a nonelectric cash register.

Destination

PLU number

Department

Cashiers

Cashiers login

VAT levels

Printer mechanism

Printing speed

Paper ribbon

PLU name characters

Logo line characters

Logo

Capital characters

Bold characters

Special characters

Keyboard description

Language of programming

Language of receipts

Language of reports

Euro-2000T Alpha characteristics

Portable, backing up

2400 (10 000) + stock

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Password, access authority

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Citizen thermal LT-286 max. 6,5 lines/s

2x28 mm thermo

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17/8 max. 6 lines yes yes yes native native native native

Reports

Cashier display

Customer display

PC interface

Scales and scanner

External keyboard

Cash drawer

Dimensions [mm]

Weight

Power

Accumulator

Power saving mode

Power consumption

Options

DPT, PLU, financial, cashiers, daily, periodical

Alphanum. 2x20 char.+backlight

12 characters LCD

RS-232, RS-485

RS-232

PC keyboard

Solenoid 12V

310 x 250 x 112

2,4 kg

Built in accumulator

Adapter 230V/12V, 1,2A

Built in, lead acid 6V/ 3,2Ah

Yes max. 15 W

Cash drawer, keyb. wet cover, battery box, rear display backlight

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2.2 External equipment connectivity

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A

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Euro-2000T Alpha external equipment connection

Introduction, basic characteristics

DC 9-40V PC SCALES/SCANNER DRAWER/DISPLAY

AC/DC adaptor MW1212 or other external source PC and EFT terminal con- nection Electronic scales and scanner Cash drawer, external display and external PC keyboard

Note: Ask your local dealer for more information.

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2.3 The Euro-2000T ALPHA keyboard

The keyboard is divided into three main key groups - department keys, numeric and functional keys.

The keys (the buttons) in this manual are black with white markings. The numeric keys are the opposite, white with black numbers.

Large and simple icons, are used for ease in recognizing functional keys. The function name is written in small letters bellow the key icon.

D e pa rtm e n t ke ys N u m e ric ke ys

Function keys

The Euro-2000T ALPHA cash register keyboard is very comfortable and ready for the operation. The function keys and group keys are equipped with transparent removable covers, so you may substitute your own customized labels. You can simplify your work if you mark the department keys by your own group names (dairy products, alcohol, pastry, etc.).

The keyboard is sensitive to contamination, humidity and dirt. If your cash register is situated in such an environment, it is recommended that an optional transparent waterproof keyboard cover be used. Secure a cover from your authorized dealer. It helps avoid keyboard failures and keeps the register permanently in operation. A new cover should replace a damaged or dirty cover.

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2.4 Button names and their functions

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B

E

G

Numerical keys are used for numerical values entry.

Department keys (used during recording of department sales). They are used for report of department sales in X mode and for department programming in P mode.

The „PAPER FEED“ key shifts the receipt ribbon without printing. The receipt ribbon is fed in 1,5 cm by pressing this key.

Pressing this key allows you to enter bar code through the keyboard in R and T mode.

Pressing this key immediately after pressing the key I (REFUND) in T mode allows you to switch the receipt printing on and off. The printinting switched off is signaled by character “ T ”.

F

This key is used to register the weight of goods from the electronic scales.

After finishing a transaction it is possible to print out the same receipt again by pressing this key immediately after pressing the key I (REFUND). The receipt is denoted „ DUPLICATE “. It is also used for PLU stock programming in P mode.

H

J

The button CLEAR is used to clear an amount that has been entered incorrectly from the numeric keyboard. This button also cancels an incorrectly entered function and the sound signaling ERROR/ALARM.

The VOID button is used to correct the item that has already been registered. If the transaction is finished in R or T mode, the key is used for switching the cash register between standard transactions and the PC ON-LINE mode. It is also used for function texts programming in P mode.

I

The REFUND button enables you to pay back money, e.g. for damaged goods, during the sale or as an independent transaction. After finishing a transaction it is possible to print out the same receipt again by pressing the key F immediately after pressing the key I (REFUND). The receipt is denoted „ DUPLICATE “.

Pressing the key G immediately after pressing the key I (REFUND) in T mode allows you to switch the receipt printing on and off.

It is used for VAT levels programming in P mode.

K

The TIME/X button is utilized for multiplication, if two or more pieces of the same item are being sold. It is also used for displaying the time in the registration mode. It is also used for backlight activation in X mode.

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Introduction, basic characteristics U

The PLU button (PRICE LOOK UP) makes it possible by means of the PLU code to call out the programmed data about the item price, the name, the department, VAT, etc. See PLU transactions. It evokes PLU report in X or Z mode. It is also used for

PLU programming in P mode.

L The button enables manual entering of the item price rather than the preprogrammed

PLU price for one entry. It is also used for fast PLU price programming in P mode.

M

The button is used to identify the cashier by means of the password and permits the cashier to log in. Through this method, the proper cashier claims responsibility for the transactions. The name of the logged in cashier, is printed on each receipt header.

The transactions are recorded in the cashier’s account and are displayed in the cashier’s report.

In the void mode (R or T) this button functions as arrow up or jump to the previous item. It is also used for the cashier report in X mode and for cashier programming in

P mode.

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O

P

The DRAWER button is used to print the customer’s or other reference numbers on the receipt. It is also used to open the drawer with no sale. In the void mode (R or T) this button functions as arrow down or jump to next item.

The RA button is used to register the received payments if no business transaction had been executed. It records, for example, insertion of daily opening cash into the drawer. In the void mode (R or T) this button functions as page up or jump through 5 items back. It is also used for Flag programming in P mode.

The PO button is used to register paid out cash or checks from the cash register as a non-business transaction. See paid-out function. In the void mode (R or T) this button functions as page down or jump forward through 5 items. It evokes a periodical report in X or Z mode. It is also used for logo programming in P mode.

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S T

V

R

W

These two buttons are used to add the percent add-on or to subtract the percent discount for a particular item or for the complete transaction according to the programmed values.

The ST button prints and displays the actual subtotal value.

The CREDIT button is used to finalize the sale in case of credit card payment.

The CHECK button is used to finalize the transaction in case of check payment. It evokes a financial report in X mode.

The TOTAL/CASH button is used to finalize the sale in case of cash payment. It evokes a daily report in X or Z mode.

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2.5 Displays layout

Introduction, basic characteristics

2.5.1 Euro-2000T Alpha cashier display layout

The Cashier display is alphanumerical and it consists of two lines, in each line can display up to 20 characters. The display is STN LCD type. The alphanumerical type means that any character or digit can be displayed. Reading messages, amounts and names from display is simple and easy to understand.

The cashier display backlight is standard and built in.

Cashier display:

12>00>00

FRIDAY 01/01/1999

2.5.2 Euro-2000T Alpha customer display layout

The customer display of the Euro-2000T cash register is the LCD type and contains 8 large and 4 smaller numeric segments. Furthermore it contains the descriptive texts-icons of PLU, DPT and LowBat.

Customer display:

Icons

Descriptive part

Numeric part

The Euro-2000T ALPHA customer display can be divided into a descriptive and a numeric part. The descriptive part Informs what function is being performed, whether the PLU number or the department number (DPT) is displayed (leftmost 4 positions). The numeric part of the display shows numeric valuesprice only, totals (8 rightmost positions).

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2.5.3 Switching the display backlight on and off

The back light increases the contrast of the display, protects your sight and enables you to use the cash register under conditions of insufficient light.

The Euro-2000T ALPHA cashier display is standardly equipped with LED backlighting. The backlight for customer display is optional. You can ask for installation of a customer display backlight from your authorized dealer.

The display back light increases power consumption and shortens operational time of the cash register powered by accumulator. Euro-2000T ALPHA provides the option of easy activation of the backlight as needed. If the backlight is activated and no key is pressed within 15 seconds then the backlight will be switched off automatically. After pressing the key the backlight is turned on automatically.

Key position in the mode switch - position „X“

The backlight activation change procedure:

1. Turn the key in the mode switch to position „X“. The cash register is in the X mode.

2.

The backlight activation is changed by pressing the key K .

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2.6 Mode switch and mode keys

Introduction, basic characteristics

The mode switch enables you to set the mode of the cash register. The different mode keys enable the operator to work in different cash register modes (registration, programming, reports, etc.). Furthermore, the mode switch prevents illegal use of the cash register.

The following keys are used:

Operator/cashier key

Submanager key

Manager key

T

L

(marked OP )

(marked SM )

(marked MA ) enables to work in the L-R-X mode enables to work in the L-R-X-Z mode enables to work in all modes L-R-X-Z-P-T

“

The training mode is used when the operator or the manager practices register operations. The training mode provides all functions of the R mode. In this mode transactions are not included in the daily or periodical reports. The receipts printed in this mode are marked by the text „Invalid document„. When switching the register into this mode, the topical time in the first line and

TRAINING MODE T

” in the second line appears on the display.

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TRAINING MODE T

The cash register is locked. By switching the register to this mode, the current time in the first line and “

LOCK MODE

” in the second line appears on the display. The keyboard functions are inactive. If the register is connected to the main source of electricity, circuits containing the data concerning the sale, time and date are supplied. This mode is designed for charging the internal accumulator, which backs up the data.

12>00>00

L MODE

R Position - registrations. This position is used for all registrations and transactions. By switching into this mode, the topical time in the first line and topical date and day in the second line appears on the display until you begin the registration.

12>00>00

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X The X mode is used to print the sale reports. Printing of the reports does not reset the data about the cash register sales. This mode with the current time in the first line and ” second line appears on the display.

X MODE

“ in the

12>00>00

X MODE

Z The Z mode is used to print all types of reports that reset cash register memory data registers.

When this mode is selected, the current time appears in the first line and ” second line on the display.

Z MODE

“ in the

12>00>00

Z MODE

P The P program mode is used to program all the values and functions of the cash register. When this mode is selected, the current time appears in the first line and ”

MODE

“ in the second line on the display.

PROGRAMMING

12>00>00

PROGRAMMING MODE P

2.7 Paper rolls installation

For the Euro-2000T ALPHA cash register operation a two thermo paper ribbon of 28mm width is used.

The left one is designed for customer receipt printing and the right one for the journal print. Use only rolls of good quality with a maximum diameter of

60mm.

To ensure proper cash register operation, make sure the printing saturation is correct. If any problems occur consult your local authorized dealer.

By carefully pressing a finger against the printer cover in the area shown, the printer cover can be removed from the upper register cover.

Printer cover

Press

Place the paper rolls into the paper roll bed so that it can wind off forward from the bottom side (see the picture below). Cut the ribbon end straight. The ribbon end must not contain any dirt or glue residue.

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Insert both ribbons into the entry holes of the printer and push the papers smoothly inside. The receipt paper must pass through the slot of paper end sensor. The printer has the journal paper end sensor built-in. Holding the papers in the hole, press the mechanism, using about 30mm.

E button (PAPER FEED). The printer feeds the ribbons by itself into the

Set the right ribbon according to the picture into the slit of the take-up spool. The journal ribbon edge should touch the take-up spool shield (on its right-hand side). Wind the take-up spool several turns in the direction of the rotation and make sure the ribbon holds tightly. Set the take-up spool into the holders and turn it finely so that the paper ribbon of the journal is stretched firmly. Insert the left ribbon into the receipt slit in the printer cover (see the picture). Close the printer cover. Tear off the free ribbon and you can start registration.

2.8 Usage and storage of thermal paper

The printer of Euro-2000T Alpha prints on paper of width 28 mm.

Journal paper storage recommendations:

- do not expose thermo paper to direct light,

- store at temperature not higher than 40°C,

- avoid contact of thermo paper with PVC, mollificators, organic dissolvent or glue.

It is necessary to use paper rolls of good quality. We recommend the use of paper rolls made by Jujo

Thermal Ltd.

In case of violation of usage or storage recommendations, Elcom s. r. o. does not guarantee the high quality of printing or preservation of printed data.

Use paper ribbon, which end is not glued. If such paper ribbon will be used and not changed early, the printer could be damaged or its life could be abbreviated. In this case the damaged printer waranty is not valid.

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3.1 Initialization

Before placing the cash register into operation, it must be initialized. The following procedure can be applied only to non-fiscal cash registers . Turn the mode key to the “

P

“ position. Press the R (CREDIT) button.

The notification of “ Memory clearing “ appears in the display.

To confirm the initialization, press the printer prints „Clearing finished“.

V

(SUBTOTAL) button. The cash register printer prints „Memory clearing...“ and after a short time the successful Initialization,

“P” position of the mode key

WARNING:

Cash register initialization clears all programmed data and sets the default values. Grand Totals and flag number 1 value remain unaffected. Initialization can be executed only if “Z” daily and “Z” periodical report were executed.

WARNING: THE FISCAL CASH REGISTER CAN BE INITIALIZED ONLY BY SERVICE TECHNICIAN.

Display:

12:10:21

Programming mode P

Procedure:

R

V “P” mode setting.

Memory clearing

Display messages during the initialization:

Enter date

V V

A

Memory clearing

Initialization starting.

ENTER DATE

Enter date request.

010199

ENTER TIME

1200

Enter time request.

12:00:00

Programming mode P

Initialization finished.

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3.2 Recommended procedure of Euro-2000T Alpha programming

System flags

Taxes

Receipt head

Cashiers name

Function texts

Departments (DPT)

PLUs

3.3 Flags programming

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Prior to programming, it is recommended that FLAGS

PROGRAMMING be carefully studied and clearly understood.

3.3.1 Initial programming of system flags

The system flags represent settings that have the main influence on proper performance of the cash register (number of decimal places, rounding, date, time etc.)

1.Turn the mode key to the “ P “ position. A notification of “ Programming mode ” appears on the display. The „P“ position can be set only by means of the sub-manager key marked as (SM) or the manager key - (MA).

2.Press the O (RA) button.

3.After entering proper flag values, store them by pressing the programmed.

V

(SUBTOTAL). The programming of the next flag follows. Continue until all necessary flags have been

4.Programmed flag settings may be printed by pressing the Q (CHECK) button.

5.Finish the programming by pressing the

W

(TOTAL) button.

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Flags programming procedure:

Skip flag

Flag parameters

O 02f ...

Next flags

Display:

V W

1. sys. flag

001112

Flag No. 1 programming.

3.3.2 System flags correction

1.To be able to change the setting of any of the system flags, turn the mode key of the register to the „P“ position.

2.Enter the flag number to be edited and press the O (RA) button.

3.Enter the flag value and press the

V

(SUBTOTAL) button.

4.Print the newly programmed settings by pressing the

5.Finish the programming by pressing the

W Q (CHECK) button.

(TOTAL) button.

System flags correction procedure:

From Flag No.1

Flag No.

123 ...

O Continue in flags programming

3.3.3 Printing flags values

In the programming mode, select flags programming by pressing the the G (RECEIPT) button.

O button. After pressing the Q

(CHECK) button flags values will be printed. It is possible to print the value of the particular flag by pressing

O Q

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3.3.4 Flag 1 - number of decimal places for price, amount and VAT display, method of rounding, TAX system

No. Default setting flag # ——> 1 002222 <—— value

3

4

5

1

2

0

0

2

2

2

System of rounding: 0 - up from 5

1 - always up

2 - always down

Tax system: 0 - VAT

1 - TAX

No. of decimal places, to which total price should be rounded ( 0 - 3 )

No. of decimal places, to which VAT should be rounded ( 0 - 3 )

No. of decimal places, to which price should be rounded ( 0 - 3 )

6 2 No. of decimal places, to which price, VAT should be displayed ( 0 - 3 )

Note: Flags No. 1 can be changed only if GT1, GT2 and GT3 are of zero value.

3.3.5 Flag 2 - TAX printing, number of logo lines, blank lines ...

No. Default setting

flag # ——> 2 103260 <—— value

1

2

3

4

5

6

1

0

3

2

6

0

TAX values printing:

0 - TAX values not printed

1 - TAX values printed on receipt

Date format:

0 - dd-mm-yy

1 - mm-dd-yy

No. of decimal places of amount values ( 0 - 3 )

Number of blank lines between succeeding receipts ( 0 - 6 )

Number of logo lines ( 0 - 6 )

Split pricing / successive multiplication entries:

0 - split pricing

1 - successive multiplication

3.3.6 Flag 3 - Receipt consecutive number, cash register number

No. Default setting

flag # ——> 3 0010001 <—— value

1 0

Receipt consecutive number clearing

0 - after “Z” daily report

2 - 3 01

4 - 7 0001

1 - after “Z” periodical report

Cash register number (01 - 99)

Receipt consecutive number

Note: Maximum Cash Register number for RS-485 communication is allowed 32.

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3.3.7 Flag 4 - Required operations

No. Default setting

1 1

2 0

3

4 0

0

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flag # ——>

4 1000

<—— value

Subtotal amount printing after Subtotal key is pressed

0 - no

1 - yes

Required Subtotal key pressed before receipt is finished

0 - not required

1 - required

Required Credit Card number entering if paid by Credit

0 - not required

1 - required

Required customer’s payment amount entering

0 - not required

1 - required

3.3.8 Flag 5 - parameters of serial communication

4

5

No. Default setting

1 0

2

3

3

0

1

0

flag # ——>

5 03100

<—— value

Programming of the terminal code for bar code scanner:

0 - terminator CR and LF

1 - terminator CR

2 - terminator LF

Programming of communication speed of bar code scanner:

0 - 1 200 Bd

1 - 2 400 Bd

2 - 4 800 Bd

3 - 9 600 Bd

4 - 19 200 Bd

Programming of communication speed of PC:

0 - 9 600 Bd

1 - 38 400 Bd

Communication protocol for Electronic scales

0 - CAS Morcan, MARTES T

1 - MARTES M

2 - VE-15T

3 - Mettler Toledo

4 - Acom, 5 - unused

Data transmission direction in PC-ON LINE mode

0 - PC transmits

1 - Cash register transmits

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3.3.9 Flag 6 - printing mode setting

No. Default setting

1

2

3

4

0

0

1

0

5 0

flag # ——> 6 00100 <—— value

Printing modes without external power supply

0 - normal mode

1 - economical mode

2 - high speed mode

Printing modes with external power supply

0 - normal mode

1 - economical mode

2 - high speed mode

Graphical logo printing

0 - no

1 - yes

The height of printing font

0 - normal font: the character height 2,5mm

1 - small font: the character height 2mm

Šírka tlaèe not used 0 - 2x28 mm

1 - 1x57 mm

3.3.10 Flag 7 - limit and value of the percent add-on

flag # ——> 7 00 0000 <—— value

Digits Default setting

Left 00

Right 0000

Note:

Limit for the percent add-on entered during sale (00%-99%)

Programmed the percent add-on value

(to set value of 10% enter 1 0 0 0)

You can shift from limit to value programming by pressing

V

Subtotal. The directional

3.3.11 Flag 8 - limit and value of the percent discount

flag # ——> 8 00 0000 <—— value

Digits Default setting

Left 00

Right 0000

Note:

Limit for the percent discount entered during sale (00%-99%)

Programmed the percent discount value

(to set value of 15% enter 1 5 0 0)

You can shift from the limit to value programming by pressing

V arrow shows either limit or value, whichever is actually programmed.

Subtotal. The directional

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3.3.12 Flag 9 - time setting

Digits Default setting

1 a 2 12

3 a 4 00

3.3.13 Flag 10 - date setting

flag # ——> 9 1200 <—— value

Hours setting

Minutes setting

Digits Default setting

1 a 2

3 a 4

5 a 6

Note:

01

01

flag # ——>

Day

Month

10 010199 <—— value

99 Year

The cash register handles leap year and adjust number of days in month automatically. Cash machine is also adapted to Y2K.

3.4 Programming TAX rates

The cash register allows the use of 6 TAX rates plus 1 rate without TAX. The TAX rate and its name is programmable. The seventh rate is not programmable.

TAX rate consists of two programmable features:

1. TAX rate (0%, 6%, 23%, ...)

2. TAX name (TAX, VAT, TAXABLE, ...)

Programming procedure:

3.4.1 Tax rate programming

Turn the mode key to the “P” position. Press the level and its rate will appear on display. rate (for VAT 23% i. e. 2 3 0 0). Press the

(description of the tax).

Display:

V

I (REFUND) button. The number of the programmed tax

The first two digits

button. The display is set to the tax name programming

1.tax level RATE

6.00%

first tax level programming

Note: Tax rate can be changed only if “Z” daily and “Z” periodical report were executed.

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3.4.2 Tax name programming

After finishing the tax rate programming the rate of the tax appears in the first line of the display and the name of tax in the second line (VAT 6%, VAT 23%, TAX 6% etc.). The name of the tax level can contain up to 10 characters of standard size.

and press

V

button. After pressing the button, continue by programming the next tax levels.

Display:

1.tax level NAME

VAT 6%

The name of the first tax level programming.

Check programmed values by printing them. Press the Q W

(TOTAL) button.

3.4.3 Correction of the tax program

To correct tax program values, turn the mode key to the „P“ position. Enter number of the tax level you want to edit and press the I (REFUND) button. Reprogram the parameters as in the case of tax programming.

3.4.4 Printing of preprogrammed tax values

Verify preprogrammed values by printing them. Press the mode. If working in another programming mode, press the button.

Q (CHECK) button in the tax programming

I (REFUND) button and then the Q (CHECK)

Programmed taxes

1.tax level RATE

6.00%

1.tax level NAME

VAT 6%

2.tax level RATE

23.00%

2.tax level NAME

VAT 23%

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3.5 Logo programming

Up to 6 lines of logo may be printed at the beginning of the receipt ( e.g. “ Roy’s Food Store“, Thank you“ etc.).

Each line can contain up to 17 characters of normal size, or up to 8 characters of double size.

Text programming is described in the hexadecimal or alphabetic character table on preceding pages. To enter the letters of A to F use the department buttons of by means of the numeric keyboard.

; to @ respectively. Enter the numeric values 0 - 9

3.5.1 Logo programming procedure

Turn the mode key to the program position „P“ and press the P (PO) button. The number of the programmed logo line in the first display line and the programmed text in the second line will appear in the display. Enter the hexadecimal codes for the whole logo line and press the appear in the display.

V

button. The next line will

If you make a mistake during the programming, correct the previous characters by pressing key.

H (CLEAR)

To print the logo and check for correctness of programming, press the particular logo line is possible by pressing G (RECEIPT).

Q (CHECK) button. Printing of a

Finish the logo programming by pressing the

The programming logo procedure:

W

button.

From line No.1

Line number

Display:

P

Skip line

Character codes

Next lines

V W

1.logo line

Elcom s.r.o.

The programmed text “Elcom s.r.o.“ in the first line of logo.

Note: Before text programming, it is recommended that hexadecimal strings, representing texts, be prepared on a sheet of paper. The character table sorted in alphabetic order will make finding corresponding hexadecimal codes much faster. The cash register printer will print programmed characters gradually from left to right.

3.5.2 Correction of the logo lines

Turn the mode key to the „P“ position. Enter the line number that you want to correct and press the P (PO) button. Continue in the same way as in logo programming.

3.5.3 Printing the programmed logo lines

Preprogrammed logo lines can be printed in programming mode by pressing the preprogrammed line by pressing the G button.

Q button. Print particular

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3.6 Cashiers programming

The Cash registers allows 6 independent cashiers.

The programming of Cashier is made in three steps:

1. The Cashier’s name

2. The Cashier’s password

3. The Cashier’s authorization

Programming procedure:

Skip programm ing From cashier 1.

Cashier num ber

Cashier’s name

1

..

6 M 1

..

@

V

Password program m ing

Authorization program m ing

V V W

Next Cashier program m ing

3.6.1 The Cashier’s name programming

Up to 10 characters for cashier names and function texts can be used. Use the hexadecimal and alphabetical character table. Use the same procedure used for programming of the receipt logo.

Turn the mode key to the „P“ position and press the M button. The Cashier number and the information on the name programming in the first line and the programmed Cashier’s name in the second line appear in the display. After entering the hexadecimal codes press the ing the

W

V

button . Finish text programming by press-

button. If you made a mistake, correct the previous characters by key H (CLEAR).

Display :

1.cashier NAME

Cashier 1

The first Cashier’s name programming.

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3.6.2 The Cashier’s password programming

The Cashier’s password programming allows the storing of each cashier’s password in the cash register memory. The Cashier is registered by password that allows him to use particular functions of the cash machine. After cashier log-in (see chapter cashier log in) the name of Cashier will be printed on the receipt and all transcations will be registered under his name.

after name programming. Press

V

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The Cash register is ready to set up the authorization of each cashier. If you make a mistake, you can correct invalid digits by the button button

W anytime.

Display:

H (Clear) . The cashier programming can be finished by pressing the

1.cashier PASSWORD

0001

Cashier password programming

3.6.3 Cashier authorization programming

The cashier authorization programming allows setting up cashier’s accessibility into cash register modes for each cashier.

display after cashier’s password programming is completed and the button access code and press the key

V

V

is pressed. Enter the

. Afterwards the Cash register is ready to program the next Cashier’s name. If you make a mistake, you can correct invalid digits with button H (Clear) . The cashier programming can be finished by pressing the button

W anytime.

Cashier access code Display:

1.cashier ACCESS

1111

The Cashier Authorization programming

Digit

Access authority

Access to “ X ” mode

1 0 - no

1 - yes

Access to “ Z ” mode

2 0 - no

1 - yes

Access to “ P ” mode

3 0 - no

1 - yes

Access to “ T ” mode

4 0 - no

1 - yes

Note: It is impossible to cancel the access authority of Cashier No. 1 to “P” mode.

1111

3.6.4 Correction of Cashier

Turn the mode key to the „P“ position. Enter the cashier number or the text number to be corrected and press the M button. Continue in the same way when programming other cashiers.

3.6.5 Printing of Cashier values

To check the correctness of programmed names and texts, press the

If in the programming mode, press the

Q button in text-programming mode.

M button first and the Q button. Print the particular preprogrammed cashier by pressing the G button.

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3.7 Function texts programming

Up to 14 characters for function texts can be used. Use the hexadecimal and alphabetical character table. Use the same procedure used for programming of the receipt logo.

3.7.1 Function texts programming

Turn the key to the “P” position and press the key J . The number of text in the first line and programmed

V

. The Cash register is now ready to program the next function text. If you make a mistake during the programming, correct the previous characters by pressing programming by pressing the

W

Function text programming procedure:

button.

H (CLEAR) key. Finish the function text

From function text number 1

Function text number

1 2

..

J

Skip text

Character codes

V W

The next function text programming

A

Display:

1.Function text

CASH

The first function text programming.

Note: The Euro-2000 cash register permits preprogramming names of basic operations listed in the receipt. The following table provides the default settings that can be programmed as needed.

Text No. Description Text

3

4

1

2

Cash payment denomination

Check payment denomination

Credit card payment denomination

Change value denomination

C ASH

C HECK

C REDIT

CH ANGE

5

6

Refund value denomination

Void denomination

REFUND

VOID

7

8

Received on account denomination RA

Paid out denomination PO

9 Total value

10 Document number

T OTAL

D OCUMENT NUMBER

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3.7.2 Correction of function texts

Turn the mode key to the „P“ position. Enter the text number to be corrected and press the

Continue in the same way when programming texts.

J button.

3.7.3 Printing of function texts setting

To check correctness of programmed texts, press the programming mode, press the

Q button in text-programming mode. If in the

J button first and next the Q button. Print the particular preprogrammed text by pressing the G button.

Function texts

1. TEXT

CASH

2. TEXT

CHECK

3. TEXT

CREDIT

4. TEXT

CHANGE

5. TEXT

REFUND

6. TEXT

VOID

7. TEXT

RA

8. TEXT

PO

9. TEXT

TOTAL

10. TEXT

DOCUMENT NUMBER

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3.8 Programming for departments

The Euro-2000T cash register has 8 departments.

Each department has programmed 3 basic components:

1. Price (P-price)

2. Department flag (F-flag)

3. Name (N, department description)

Programming procedure:

Department 1-8

Skip item

Price

Flag

Name

V V V W

Department flag progr.

Department name progr.

Next department

3.8.1 Programming of department unit price

Turn the mode key to the „P“ position and press the selected department button

6 digits) and press the button

V

. Flag programming for department appears on the display.

The programming of the department can be finished by pressing the button

W

.

; . The department number is in the first line and programmed price in the second line on the display. Enter the new price (max.

Display:

1.DPT PRICE

10.00

The first department price programming

3.8.2 Programming of department flags

The department number in the first line and programmed flags in the second line appear after finishing the department price programming. Enter department flags and press the button department name will follow.

The programming of the department can be finished by pressing the button

V

. The programming of

W

.

Display:

1.DPT FLAGS

00038

The first department flags programming

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Table of the department flags setting.

No. Default setting

1

2

3

4

5

0

0

0

3

8

Flags ——> 00038 <—— Value

Assigning the department to VAT level

0 - no tax

1 - tax level 1

2 - tax level 2

3 - tax level 3

4 - tax level 4

5 - tax level 5

6 - tax level 6

7 - tax level 7

Type of the department

0 - normal

1 - single item department

Negative department

0 - no

1 - yes

Sale feature

0 - sale forbidden

1 - open price (manually entered price)

2 - fixed price (preprogrammed price)

3 - 1 + 2 (preprogrammed price or possibility to enter price manually)

HALO limit, max.8 (maximum number of digits allowed)

3.8.3 Programming of department name

After finishing flag programming, the number of department is in the first line and the second line is reserved for name programming. (foods, soft drinks, tobacco etc.). The name of department can consist of up to 14 characters of standard height or 7 characters of double height.

and press the

V

button. After pressing the button, you can continue to program additional departments.

Check set values by pressing the Q button for printing them in the mode of department programming. If you make a mistake during the programming, correct the previous characters by pressing

Finish department programming by pressing the

W

button.

H (CLEAR) key.

Display:

1.DPT NAME

FOODS

The first department name programming

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3.8.4 Correction of program for departments

To correct the set department values just turn the mode key to the „P“ position. Press the selected department button and start the programming of the departments (chapter 3.8.1.).

3.8.5 Printing of the department values

Check department programmed values by pressing the Q button in the department programming mode. If in other than programming mode, press the button of one of the departments and then the Q button.

Programmed DPT

1. DPT

PRICE: 12.30

NAME:

DPT1

FLAG 10038

2. DPT

PRICE: 85.00

NAME:

Alcohol

FLAG 20038

. . . .

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3.9 Sales unit programming

The sales unit can be assigned to each PLU. It is possible to program 8 sales units, each up to 3 characters. Use hexadecimal and alphabetical table for programming.

3.9.1 Sales units programming

Turn the key to „ P “ position and press the keytop S . The number of sales unit will appear on the first line codes for the name of a new sales unit and press sales unit. If you have made a mistake, pressing the keytop H (Clear) the previous character is deleted and you can correct it. The sales unit can be ended anytime by pressing the keytop

Programming procedure:

V

. Afterwards the ECR is ready to program the next

W

.

From the 1st sales unit

Sales unit number

1 2

..

S

Skip the programming

Hexadecimal codes

V W

Programming of the next sales unit

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Display:

2. sales unit pcs

The programming of the second sales unit.

Program manual

The Cash register Euro-2000T Alpha allows you to set up eight sales units that can be assigned to each PLU. The following table shows the default setting that can be modified by the described programming.

Unit No. Name

1

2 PCS

3 kg

4 l

Unit No. Name

5 m

6 m2

7 btl

8 pkg

3.9.2 The correction of sales unit programming

Turn the key to „P“ position and enter the number of the sales unit whose name has to be modified. Press the key S . Continue programming as described in previous chapter.

3.9.3 The sales units setting printout

If you want to check the setting of the sales unit, press the key Q in the sales unit programming mode. If the ECR is in a programming mode, press S first then the key Q . The printout of a particular sales unit can be done by pressing the keytop G .

Sales units

1. sales unit

---

2. sales unit

PCS

3. sales unit kg

4. sales unit l

5. sales unit m

6. sales unit m2

7. sales unit

btl

8. sales unit

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3.10 Programming for PLUs

2 400 PLUs are standard on the Euro-2000T Alpha and 10 000 PLUs are available on the extension model.

The PLU has 5 basic components programmed:

1. PLU price

2. PLU 1. flag

3. PLU 2. flag

4. PLU name

5. PLU bar code

Programming procedure:

PLU number

1 - 2400

Skip PLU

Price

V V V V V W

PLU 1st flag programming

PLU 2nd flag programming

PLU name programming

PLU bar code pogramming

Next PLU price programming

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3.10.1 Programming of PLU unit price

Turn the mode key to the “P” position. Enter the PLU number and press the key number appears in the first line on the display and the programmed price in the second line. Enter the price

(max. 6 digits) and press the button

V

U

(PLU) . The PLU

. The Cash register continues the first flag programming.

Display:

00001.PLU PRICE

10.00

PLU No. 1 price programming

3.10.2 The PLU first flag programming

After PLU price programming, the PLU number appears in the first line on the display and the programmed value of the first flag in the second line. Enter the first flag value and press the key continue programming the PLU second flag.

V

. The system will

Display:

00001.PLU FLAG1

01000

The PLU No. 1, the first flag programming

A

A

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Table of the 1. flag of PLU

Digit Default setting

1

2

3

4

5

0

1

0

0

0

1. flag PLU ——> 01000 <—— value

Assigning the PLU to VAT level

0 - no tax

1 - tax level 1

2 - tax level 2

3 - tax level 3

4 - tax level 4

5 - tax level 5

6 - tax level 6

7 - tax level 7

PLU to department assignment

1 - 8

Descriptive PLU

0 - no

1 - yes

Type of PLU

0 - normal PLU

1 - single item PLU

Sale feature

0 - PLU forbidden

1 - open price (manually entered price)

2 - fixed price (preprogrammed price)

3 - 1 + 2 (preprogrammed price or possibility to enter price manually)

Note: Setting the PLU as a descriptive type, the PLU can be sold, the printer will print out its name, but no financial data are accumulated.

3.10.3 The 2nd PLU flag programming

amount in the second line. Enter the second flag amount and press the key

V

. The system will continue in programming of PLU name. The PLU programming can be ended anytime by pressing the key

W

.

Display:

00001.PLU FLAG2

0010118

The second flag programming of PLU No. 1.

The cash register allows assigning the other PLU to the programmed PLU. The advantage of this linked PLU is sale of the goods in bottles. For instance the sale of the content of the bottle (mineral water, wine, beer etc.) together with the bottle.

Only one PLU can be assigned to particular PLU. The assigned PLU can be from the range PLU #1001 to

PLU #1015. That means that PLUs have to be programmed in the range PLU #1001 to PLU #1015 if they should be linked to other PLU.

The PLU assigning is programmed in the second PLU flag, digits 1 and 2.

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PLU 2nd flag table

Digit Default setting

1,2 00

3

4

5

6

7

1

0

1

1

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flag 2 ——> 0010118 <—— amount

Assigning the sale of other PLU to the sale of actual PLU (linked PLU)

00 - no linked PLU

01 - PLU No. 1001 is linked

02 to 15 - PLUs 1002 - 1015 are linked

Sales unit assigning

1 - the first sales unit assigning

2 to 8 - assigning the sales units 2 - 8

PLU stock information on PLU report

0 - no

1 - yes

The PLU sale possibility even stock negative

0 - no

1 - yes

Split pricing possibility

0 - no

1 - yes

HALO limit, max.8 (number of digits of maximal number allowed).

Note: PLU can be linked to PLUs of No. 1001 to 1015 but it must not be linked to a negative department.

.

3.10.4 Programming of PLU name

After the PLU second flag programming is finished, the PLU number appears in the first line and the PLU name in the second line on the display. The name of PLU can consist of up to 14 characters of standard size or 7 characters of double size.

Enter hexadecimal character codes from the alphabetic or hexadecimal character table and press the button. After pressing the button, continue programming of the PLU bar code.

V

To check the set values print them out by pressing the

PLU programming press the

W

button.

G button in the PLU programming mode. To end the

Display:

6%

00001.PLU NAME

Pepsi cola

The first PLU name programming

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3.10.5 Programming of PLU bar codes

There are two methods of PLU bar code programming :

1. Programming by means of keyboard - the numeric digits of the bar code are entered manually from the cash register keyboard

2. Reading of the bar codes from the package of the goods with the bar code scanner.

The cash register enables both methods of programming (by entering the bar code either of these methods is understood).

Display:

00001.PLU BAR CODE

8586001760034

The PLU No. 1 bar code programming.

Programming procedure:

Enter the bar code of the goods and press the

V

button. After pressing the

V

button, the cash register verifies whether the entered bar code is not assigned to any other PLU. If there is a duplicate PLU, the information will appear on the display.

Display:

DUPLICATE CODE

8586001760034

Display information on duplicate code.

By pressing the nally desired.

H (CLEAR) button the register is returned to programming the PLU code of the item origi-

If the entered code had not been assigned yet to any other PLU, the register continues programming the next

PLU. To exit the programming mode press the

W

button. After pressing it, the register starts to sort the bar codes signaled on the display. The sorting time depends on the number of programmed bar codes. After sorting the register returns to the basic programming mode „P MODE“.

Display:

BAR CODE SORTING

PLEASE WAIT

Display information on bar code sorting.

Note 1: If you switch off the register during the sorting, you can continue sorting by switching back the register on.

Note 2: To secure a reliable functioning of bar code scanning it is important to program the scanner correctly and connect it properly to the cash register.

Parameters of setting the bar code scanner: number of data bits - 8 parity stop bit

- none

- 1 transmission speed - according to setting of the fifth register system flag end character - according to setting of the fifth register system flag

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Note 3: The default setting of flag no. 5 corresponds to Metrologic bar code readers( MS 951, MS 6720,

MS 700 a MS 860 ).

Procedure: Read the following bar codes from scanner programming manual:

1. Enter / Exit 2. Recall Defauls 3. Enter / Exit

Interconnection:

Konektor Euro signál

SCALES/SCANNER

2

5

9

RxD

GND

+ 5V

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Note 4: The ECR is able to handle bar codes containing data of product weight. The format is the following:

PP XXXX V MMMMM K ; PP - prefix of bar code (28 or 29), XXXX - PLU number (0001-2400), V - scales check sum, MMMMM - product weight (3 decimal digits) and K - bar code check sum.

3.10.6 Fast PLUs price programming

If you need to change only the prices of several PLUs, you can easily do so by the following procedure:

Turn the mode key to the “ P “ position. Enter the PLU number and press the button

(max. 6 digits) and press the key

V

L

(iPLU price) . The

. The cash machine continues to the next PLU price programming.

If you need to change the price of any other PLU it can be done within PLU price programming - enter PLU number and press the key

L

.

The PLU price programming can be ended by presing the key

W

anytime.

Programming procedure:

From PLU number 1

PLU number

1 2

..

L

Skip PLU

PLU price

V W

A

Next PLU price progra mming

3.10.7 PLU stock programming

The cash machine registers the PLU stock information for each PLU. The PLU stock information can be changed to another value directly, or you can add or substract a particular quantity from stock.

If you need to change the PLU stock use the following procedure:

Turn the mode key to „ P “ position. Enter the PLU number and press the button

F

(Duplicate) . The PLU number appears in the first line and PLU stock information in the second line of the display. Enter new PLU stock information or change (max. 9 digits of which 3 are decimal) and press the particular button according

The PLU stock programming can be ended by pressing the key

W

.

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From PLU number 1

PLU number

1 2

..

F

Skip PLU stock new stock add quantity substract quantity

W

A

Next PLU stock programming

Display:

00001.PLU STOCK

118.000

PLU No. 1 stock programming

Note 1: If you enter an integer, you need not to enter decimal places, just enter integer and press

è

key.

Note 2: The PLU stock information is up-dated automatically during a sale in “R” mode.

3.10.8 Correction or browsing of PLU program

PLU number to be corrected and press the

U

button. If the item has a programmed bar code, you can scan it from its pack and system will be set to this bar coded item programming automaticaly. Program the

PLU in the same manner as PLU programming (chap. 3.11.1.).

the key

U

. If the item has a programmed bar code, it is possible to jump to this item by its bar code scanning in any part of PLU programming except the PLU name programming.

The PLU programming can be ended by presing the key

W

anytime.

3.10.9 Printing of PLU settings

Verify preprogrammed values by printing them. Press the Q in another programming mode, press the then the Q button.

U

button and

Only PLU’s that have been programmed will be printed.

Programmed PLU

00001

. PLU

PRICE: 12.30

NAME:

Orbit Gum

FLAG1 11003

FLAG2 001118

B.C. 00000859642589

00002

. PLU

PRICE: 25.80

NAME:

Juice

FLAG1 21003

FLAG2 001118

B.C. 00000868122556

.....

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3.11

Euro

currency programming

The ECR Euro-2000T Alpha allows you to use Euro currency. According to the stage of Euro currency implementation it is possible to account in a national currency too (stage No. 1. and 2.) or in a foreign currency (stage No. 3).

The accounting with Euro currency is divided to four stages:

3.11.1 Stage without

Euro

currency

The ECR works without Euro .

3.11.2 1st stage of

Euro

currency

The basic currency is a national one, the supplementary one is Euro .

The customer can pay either in a national currency or in Euro .

Programming the first stage of Euro currency.

Turn the key to the „ P “ position and press the following keytops:

2 0 0 1 K

currency name

V

EUR rate

V

currency flag

V

Currency name: the abbreviation of national currency, up to 3 characters

EUR rate :

Currency flag: the actual Euro currency rate to the national currency entered to max. 11 digits.

max rate is 10 000 min. rate is 0,0001.

1st digit - the number of decimal places to which the amount of EUR is displayed

2nd digit - the number of decimal places to which the amount of EUR is rounded

Afterwards the information on conversion into the first stage of Euro currency is displayed. The same information is also printed out.

During the first stage the actual EUR rate can be set in the programming mode by the following procedure:

N

actual rate

V W

Note: The return to the stage without Euro currency is not possible without ECR master reset. It is necessary to call your service technician.

3.11.3 2nd stage of

Euro

currency

The basic currency is Euro , the supplementary one is a national .

The customer can pay either in a national currency or in Euro .

Programming the second stage of Euro currency.

Turn the key to the „ P “ position and press the following keytops:

2 0 0 2 K

EUR rate

V the same as in stage No. 1.

EUR rate:

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Afterwards the information on conversion into the second stage of Euro currency is displayed. The same information is also printed out.

During the second stage the actual EUR rate can be set in the programming mode by the following procedure:

N actual rate

V W

Note 1: All grandtotals will be deleted by moving into the second stage.

Note 2: The conversion into the second stage is possible only after daily and periodical reports have been executed. The return to the first stage is not possible without an ECR master reset. It is necessary to call your service technician.

3.11.4 3rd stage of

Euro

currency

The basic currency is Euro , the supplementary currency is any foreign.

The customer can pay either in Euro or in any foreign currency.

Programming the third stage of Euro currency.

Turn the key to the „ P “ position and press the following keytops:

2 0 0 3 K

currency name

V

EUR rate

V

currency flag

V

Currency name: the abbreviation of a supplementary currency, max. 3 characters

EUR rate :

Currency flag: the actual Euro currency rate to the national currency (entered to max. 11 digits).

max rate is 10 000 min. rate is 0,0001.

1st digit - the number of decimal places to which the amount of supplementary cur rency is displayed

2nd digit - the number of decimal places to which the amount of supplementary currency is rounded

Afterwards the information on conversion into the third stage of Euro currency is displayed. The same information is also printed out.

During the third stage the supplementary currency rate can be set in the programming mode by the following procedure:

N

currency name

V

EUR rate

V

currency flag

VW

Note: The return to the stage without Euro currency is not possible without ECR master reset. It is necessary to call your service technician.

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3.12 Character code tables

3.12.1 Hexadecimal character code table

The hexadecimal character table is used during text programming (logo, PLU names, cashier names etc. ).

Each character is assigned a hexadecimal code in the table. Using text programming, enter the corresponding hexadecimal codes (codes in the hexadecimal system of numbers) instead of characters.

Note: To program hexadecimal codes, use department buttons 1 to 6 to enter A - F characters respectively.

Enter digits 0-9 enter by means of the numeric keyboard. Program e.g. the text string “Coffee“ by entering the hexadecimal string 43 6F 66 66 65 65. Before text programming, it is recommended that hexadecimal strings representing texts be listed on a sheet of paper. The character table sorted in alphabetic order on the next page will be helpful and faster in locating the corresponding hexadecimal codes.

D e pa rtm e n t ke ys N u m e ric ke y s

!

○ ○

20 21

0 1

○ ○

30 31

50 51

“

22

2 3

○ ○ ○

32

P Q R S

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

52

VI a b

○ ○ ○ ○ ○

60 61

○ p q

○ ○

70 71

○ ○

62 r

72

23

33

53

# c

63

○ s

73

È ï Ï é

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

80 81 82 83

Ô à

○ ○ ○

90 91

À š

○ ○

92

○ ○

93

$ % &

○ ○ ○ ○ ○

24

4

34

○ ○

25

5

35

26

○ ○ ○

‘

27

6 7

○ ○ ○

36 37

(

28

8

38

@ A B C D E F G H

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

○ ○

)

29

9

39

○ ○

I

49

*

2A

:

3A

○ ○

+

2B

;

3B

,

2C

<

3C

○ ○

-

2D

=

3D

.

2E

3E

○ ○

/

2F

> ?

○ ○

3F

J K L M N O

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

4A 4B 4C 4D 4E 4F

T U V W X Y Z

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

54 55 56 57 58 59 5A d

64 t

74

É

84

Š 

○ ○

94

○ ○

95

○ u

75

í

85

○ e

65

○ f

66

○ ○ ○ g

67

○ ○ h

68

○ ○ ○ i

69

○ ○ j

6A

○ ○

I

5B

○ k

6B

○ ○

II III IV V

5C

○ l

6C

○ ○

5D

○ ○

5E

○ ○

5F m n o

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

6D 6E 6F

á Á ä Ä è

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

7B 7C 7D 7E 7F

○ v w x

○ ○ ○ ○ ○

76

Í

86



96

77

å

87

ú

97

78

Å

88

○ y

79

¾

89

○ ○ z

7A

¼ ò Ò ó Ó ô

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

8A 8B 8C 8D 8E 8F

Ú ý Ý

○ ○

98

○ ○ ○

99

9A

ž

○ ○

9B

Ž

9C

○ ○ ○

9D

○ ○

9E

○ ○

9F

Note : Space character has code 20 , if you want to print double space characters enter 1F code before each double width character.

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Program manual

This table will provide instructions for programming the receipt logo, PLU names, department names and cashier names. The hexadecimal code corresponding to the particular character is situated below the character.

!

○ ○

20 21

0 1

○ ○

30 31

○ e E

○ ○

65 45

“

22

2

32

é É

○ ○ ○

83

#

23

3

33

84

$ % &

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

24

34

25

4 5

○ ○ ○

35

F

46

26

6

36

‘

27

7

37

(

28

8

38

○ g G h

○ ○ ○ ○ ○

67 47 68

○ ○

9

39

H

48

)

29

*

2A

:

3A

○ ○

+

2B

;

3B

○ ○

I

49

,

2C

○ ○

-

2D

< =

○ ○ ○

3C 3D

.

2E

>

3E

○ a A á Á ä Ä b B c C è È d D ï Ï

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

61 41 7B 7C 7D 7E 62 42 63 43 7F 80 64 44 81 82 f

66

○ i

69

○ ○

í

85

○ ○

Í

86

○ ○ j

6A

○ ○

J

4A

/

2F

?

3F

○ k K

○ ○

6B 4B

ó Ó ô Ô p

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

8D 8E 8F 90 70

○ t T

○ ○

74 54

ý Ý

○ ○ ○

99 9A

○ l

6C

○ ○

L

4C

 

○ ○ ○

95 96 z

7A

○ ○

Z

5A

å

87

○ u

75

ž

9B

Å

88

○ ○

¾

89

○ ○

¼ m M n N ò Ò o O

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

8A 6D 4D 6E 4E 8B 8C 6F 4F

P q Q

○ ○ ○ ○ ○

50 71 51

○ ○ r

72

○ ○

R à

○ ○ ○

52 91

○ ○

À s S š Š

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

92 73 53 93 94

U ú Ú v V w W x X y Y

○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

55 97 98 76 56 77 57 78 58 79 59

Ž

9C

I

5B

II III IV V VI @

○ ○ ○

5C

5D

○ ○ ○

5E

○ ○

5F

○ ○

60

○ ○ ○

40

○ ○ ○

9D

○ ○

9E

○ ○

9F

Note : Space character has code 20 , if you want to print double space characters enter 1F code before each double width character.

NOTE: THE SPECIAL NATIONAL CHARACTERS ARE USED ONLY IN A PARTICULAR NATIONAL SOFT-

WARE VERSIONS.

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4 Operation manual in registration mode

The functions that are described in the following chapters can be used in the Register mode. All financial transactions are stored in this mode.

If the ECR allows you to use the training mode, you can try the following functions in the training mode first (sales data are not stored in the memory).

4.1 Before you start a day

4.1.1 Recommended procedures for manager at the beginning of the day:

1. Check if there is enough paper on the roll in the printer for the day. Insert a new paper roll, if necessary.

2. Print out the „X“ report and make sure that date and time values are correct and that Z report was executed.

3. Check whether there is enough cash in drawer.

4. Register the initial cash put into the drawer by means of

O

(RA) button.

4.1.2 Printing modes

Cash Register Euro-2000T ALPHA allows you to choose the printing mode according to two basic criterions:

1. Printing speed

2. Power consumption

Two character fonts are included in Euro-2000T ALPHA: small (height 2 mm) and normal (height 2,5mm). The small font is used in case of no external power source is connected to Cash register (adaptor, battery box etc.). Normal font is used if external power source is connected to ECR.

If the ECR is powered just from the internal lead-acid accumulator, user can choose one from three printing modes with small character font.

1. Normal - normal printing saturation, normal power consumption. This mode is set as default.

2. Economical - the printing saturation is a little bit lower than normal one. The printing speed is

little bit higher than normal one. The lowest power consumption is in this mode. This mode

should be used for the ECR to work with no external power supply as long as possible.

3. High speed - the printing saturation is a little bit lower than normal. The printing speed is

much higher than normal. The highest power consumption. This mode takes advantage if

sales cadence is high. The discharge of the internal lead-acid accumulator is much higher

than in normal mode, so that the ECR can work without external power supply less time than

in normal mode.

If the ECR is powered from external power source, user can choose one of the three printing modes with normal character font.

1. Normal - normal printing saturation, normal power consumption. This mode is set as default.

2. Economical - normal printing saturation. The printing speed is lower than in normal mode. The

power consumption is the lowest. This mode takes advantage if you need to use ECR and you

need to charge the internal lead-acid accumulator at the same time.

3. High speed - the printing saturation is a little bit lower than normal one. The printing speed is

much higher than normal one. Power consumption is lower than normal. This mode takes

advantage if sales cadence is high.

Note : Programing of system flag 6. sets the printing modes.

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4.2 Status and functions that are necessary to be known before the beginning of registration

4.2.1 Error warning -

H

button (CLEAR)

Because of incorrect use of a function key or by exceeding the registration range, the machine starts an error beep. An error message appears on the display. To recover and correct the condition, simply press the

H (CLEAR) key. You will notice that the error code is cleared from the display. Enter correct function or amount.

4.2.2 Cashier log in button

M

(PASSWORD)

The cash register allows assigning up to six cashiers a secret identification number (password). The cashier passwords as well as their names are programmed in the programming mode. If you want to use the cashier identification, enter the numeric password and press the before the password entry. A notification of „

PASSWORD

remains locked. Enter the correct number and press the

M button. For extra security, press the

“ is displayed. The password numbers entered are not visible on the display at this time. If an incorrect password is entered the register beeps twice and

M

M button

button to unlock the register. The password name will print in the receipt header area after the cashier log.

4.2.3 Cashier log out button

M

(PASSWORD)

If the cash register has been protected from unauthorized use, the cashier should log out by pressing the

M button after finishing registration. The notification „

PASSWORD

“ appears and the cash register is locked until the correct password is entered. When the cash register is locked registration cannot be performed and the drawer will not open. This function is being used when the cashiers are being changed or when the cashier leaves the register.

4.2.4 Finalization of transaction

Pressing one of the buttons for payment determines that all transactions are completed. Determine the payment method (by cash, by credit card, by check etc.). Finish the transaction by pressing one of the following buttons

W

(TOTAL), R (CREDIT), Q (CHECK).

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1. Turn the mode key to the R-position (registration).

2. Enter a password to log in.

3. Enter the PLU code of the registered item.

4. Press the

U button.

5. Repeat number 3 and 4 for each PLU.

6. Press the

V

(SUBTOTAL) to get subtotal.

7. Announce the amount to the customer.

(

W

, R , Q ).

9. The cash drawer opens. When the amount tendered is greater than the amount of sale, the register will show the change due. Otherwise your register will show the additional amount due.

10. Tear off the receipt and give it to your customer together with the change.

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Sample registration:

Logo (receipt head)

ID1 code

ID2 code day cash register # receipt consecutive number

PLU name, tax level amount, unit price

ELCOM

El. equipment

ID1: 0123456789876

ID2 : 01234567/9876

THANK YOU

Your receipt

Mon 02-01-99

01*0023 10:05:03

Brown

Bread

I

1.5x18.00 =27.00

Merido coffee

II

2x16.50 =33.00

Fruit tea I

1x31.20 =31.20

SUBTOTAL 91.20

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TAXABLE VAT 6%

58.20

VAT 6% 3.30

TAXABLE VAT 23%

33.00

VAT 23% 6.20

VAT TOTAL 9.50

TOTAL 91.20

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CASH 100.00

CHANGE 8.80

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4.4 Registration by means of departments

To get better information about particular revenue items split the articles into departments (article groups).

The expression of “department“ means articles grouped in the same category (dairy products, pastry, alcohol etc.), or of the same tax level (VAT 6%, VAT 23% etc.). The Euro-2000T ALPHA cash register enables the use of a maximum of 8 departments and, if PLUs are used as sub departments, the number increases up to 2400.

Item registration is finished by pressing the proper department button (DPT1-DPT8). After pressing a department button, the registered amount is added to revenue within the department. By pressing the department button for the corresponding tax group, the maximum registration amount, preprogrammed price and others parameters are assigned to the amount value. The sale information is stored in the register memory and utilized for department reports.

Note: By registration the numeric buttons 0 , 1 , etc. and the department buttons ; B are used

(see the keyboard layout figure).

4.4.1 Entries into departments

A. Entries into departments by entering the unit price.

2.

3.

4.

Display:

Step No. Key operation

1.

2700 ;

W

<

27.00

1xDEPARTMENT 1

Print:

DPT 1

I

1x27.00 =27.00

DPT 2

I

1x31.20 =31.20

SUBTOTAL 58.20

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TAXABLE VAT 6%

58.20

VAT 6% 3.30

VAT TOTAL 3.30

T OTAL 58.20

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CASH 58.20

B. Entries into departments utilizing a preprogrammed unit price.

Example: The preprogrammed unit price for DPT1 is 7,50 that for DPT2 is 43,20.

Step No. Key operation

1.

2.

3.

4.

;

V

Print:

DPT 1 I

1x7.50 =7.50

DPT 2

I

1x43.20 =43.20

SUBTOTAL 50.70

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TAXABLE VAT 6%

50.70

VAT 6% 2.90

VAT TOTAL 2.90

TOTAL 50.70

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4.4.2 Repeated entries into departments

Usage: It is not necessary to enter the price repeatedly if more pieces of the same item are being sold.

After entering the unit price simply press the corresponding DPT key repeatedly for the number of items sold.

Step No. Key operation

Print:

1.

2.

3.

3120

<

<

<

DPT 2 I

1x31.20 =31.20

DPT 2

I

1x31.20 =31.20

DPT 2

I

1x31.20 =31.20

4.4.3 Multiplication entries into departments

Example: The customer buys 12 pieces of the same items at 16,20 Sk:

Step No. Key operation

1.

2.

12 K

1620 <

Print:

DPT 2 I

12x16.20 =194.40

Note: This feature helps when you enter a large quantity of items or need to enter quantities that contain decimals (1,5 ; 0,125; etc. Multiplication of numbers with a decimal point is often used for weighed items (meat, vegetables, salads etc.) where the unit price is known (e.g. for 1 kg, for 100kg etc.).

4.4.4 Split-pricing entries into departments

The cash register can be preprogrammed for registration of split prices. Use this function when a customer wants to purchase more or less than the base quantity of a loose item.

Example: The price is determined for packing including 5 pieces of the goods (e.g. a box of cheese).

A customer buys only 3 pieces. Thus he pays three fifths of the whole box unit price (5 pieces).

Step No. Key operation

1.

2.

3.

3 K

5 K

3120 <

Print:

DPT 2 I

3/5x31.20 =18.70

Warning: The function must be preprogrammed (2nd system flag digit No. 6=0).

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4.4.5 Successive multiplication entries into departments

The cash register can be preprogrammed for successive price multiplication. The function is practical, for example, when entering a sale of items sold by area (square meter).

Example: The price is determined for the square meter. Your customer buys 3 by 5 square meters.

Print:

Step No. Key operation

1.

2.

3.

3 K

5 K

3120 <

DPT 2 I

3x5x31.20 =468.00

Warning: The function must be preprogrammed (2nd system flag digit No. 6=1)

4.4.6 Single item entries into departments

Example:In some services it is often to necessary to sell a single item (cigarettes). To simplify the sale of such items, it is possible to program the price in the department. By pressing the department button the item is automatically registered, the sale is automatically finished and the drawer is automatically opened. This group is called a single item group. In the following example, the price of 50,70 in the

DPT 4 is preprogrammed.

Step No. Key operation

1.

Note:

>

If other transactions have already been performed before a single item sale, finalization of the transaction is not concluded and it is possible to continue registration of other items.

Print:

DPT 4 I

1x50.70 =50.70

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TAXABLE VAT 6%

50.70

VAT 6% 2.90

VAT TOTAL 2.90

T OTAL 50.70

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C ASH 50.70

4.4.7 Overwriting of the preprogrammed price with the department entries

Either the programmed price or a price entered from the keyboard may be used for department entries. If a price is entered from the keyboard, it supercedes the programmed price.

Example: The customer was given a special price different from the programmed one. In the following example the DPT 4 has the preprogrammed price of 30,90. The special price is 28,90.

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1.

2890 $

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Print:

DPT 4 I

1x28.90 =28.90

4.5 PLU entries

Articles have assigned numbers (PLU numbers-codes). For example, RAMA butter -5, skimmed milk-23,

Rum 0,5L-189 etc. Preprogrammed data concerning the articles - name, price, assignment to the de partment, etc. are preprogrammed in the cash register memory, linked to particular PLU numbers. By entering the

PLU code and by pressing the

P

button the data are looked up automatically in the register memory and registered automatically.

PLU registration permits the storing of information about the sale of each particular item, printing names of articles automatically on the receipt, printing the unit price automatically and assigning the transaction to department revenue. It also prevents mistakes in keyboard registration. The name of each item on the receipt the satisfies the customer for correctness of items purchased. By automatically calling preprogrammed data from the cash register memory, faster customer service and greater accuracy is provided.

PLU registration makes it possible to get a clear overview of the sale of each particular item. A personal computer and a bar code scanner can emphasize the advantages of the PLU registration.

4.5.1 Basic PLU entries

1.

2.

3.

4.

Step No. Key operation

1 P

2 P

S

T

Print:

Gentian cheese I

1x27.00 =27.00

Rama butter I

1x31.20 =31.20

SUBTOTAL 58.20

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TAXABLE VAT 6%

58.20

VAT 6% 3.30

VAT TOTAL 3.30

T OTAL 58.20

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C ASH 58.20

Display:

O-&#%&D

PLU No.1 entry

Example: In the X mode it is possible to switch printing of time on the receipt by 803 code and enter it by

TIME/MULTIPLY button

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4.5.2 Multiplication PLU entries

Example: The customer buys 12 pieces of the same PLU with the price of

16,20 each.

Print:

Step No. Key operation

1.

2.

12

1

U

Eggs I

12x16.20 =194.40

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4.5.3 Individual PLU entries

Example:In some services just a single item is often sold, e.g. cigarettes. With the aim of simplifing the sale of such items it is possible to program a single item PLU flag (see PLU programming). By entering the

PLU number and the preprogrammed.

U

button the item is registered, the sale is automatically finished and the drawer opened. This PLU is called a single item PLU. In the example the price 30,80 in PLU 4 is

Note:

Print:

Step No. Key operation

1.

4

U

If other transactions have already been performed before the single item sale, and that sale does not complete the transaction, it is possible to continue in registration of other items.

Cigarettes II

1x30.80 =30.80

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TAXABLE VAT 23%

30.80

VAT 23% 5.80

VAT TOTAL 5.80

T

OTAL 30.80

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4.5.4 Suppressing of preprogrammed PLU price

Either the programmed price or the price entered from the keyboard may be used for PLU entries. If a price is entered from the keyboard, it supercedes the programmed price.

Example: The customer has been given a special price different from the preprogrammed one. In the following example, the PLU 3 has the preprogrammed price of 17,90. The special price is 16,20.

Step No. Key operation Print:

1.

2.

1620

3

U L

Bread I

1x16.20 =16.20

4.5.5 Split-pricing PLU entry

The cash register can be preprogrammed for registration of a split price. Use this function when a customer wants to purchase more or less than the base quantity of a loose item.

Example: The price is determined for packing including 5 pieces of the goods (e.g. a box of cheese) at the price of 15,60Sk. The customer buys only 3 pieces. Thus, he is to pay three fifths of the unit price of the whole box (5 pieces).

Step No. Key operation

Print:

1.

2.

3.

Warning:

3 K

5 K

2

U

Cheese

I

3/5x15.60 =9.40

The function must be preprogrammed (The system flag No.2, digit No.6=0).

4.5.6 Successive multiplication PLU entries

The cash register can be preprogrammed for successive price multiplication. The function is practical, for example, when you enter a sale of items sold by area (square meter).

Example: The price is determined for the square meter. Your customer buys 3 by 5 square meters.

Step No. Key operation

Print:

1.

2.

3.

3 K

5

2

U

Cloth

I

3x5x31.20

=468.00

Warning: The function must be preprogrammed (System flag No.2, digit 6=1).

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4.6 Other registrations

4.6.1 Registration by bar code

A. Registration by bar code scanner.

A bar code scanner can be connected to the cash register, a information is registered simply by scanning the bar code.

Sample: Customer buys 3 pcs of butter that has a bar code on its pack.

Step No. Key operation

Print:

1.

2.

3 K scanning the bar code

Butter Rama I

3x25.50 =76.50

Note: The RS-232 parameters of bar code scanner and cash register have to be set to the same values.

(5th system flag PLU bar code programming)

B. Registration by bar code entered via keyboard.

In case of bar code scanner failure or bar code damage it is possible to enter a bar code via keyboard.

Sample 1: Registration of beer with the bar code 8586001760096.

Step No. Key operation

Print:

1.

2.

3.

G

8 5 8 6 0 ...

6

G

Beer 12% II

1x12.50 =12.50

Sample 2: Registration of 5 beers with the bar code 8586001760096.

Step No. Key opertion

Print:

Beer 12% II

5x12.50 =62.50

1.

2.

3.

4.

5 K

G

8 5 8 6 0 ...

6

G

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4.6.3 The weight entry by electronic scales

The cash register Euro-2000T Alpha is able to read the weight of the goods from the electronic scales. The communication between ECR and scales is allowable only in “R” or “T” mode. The electronic scales are connected by connector SCALES/SCANNER to the cash register.

After the weight is communicated by pressing the button F , it is possible to change the weight of the goods

(add or reduce the goods from scales) until the next button is pressed. After the weight is read by the cash register, enter PLU number and press the key

U

. If the weight on scales is unstable, it is not possible to continue in sale.

Sample: PLU No. 21 (PLU 21) of weight 0,253 kg registration.

Step No. Key operation

1.

2.

3.

F weight reading from electronic scales

21

U

Print:

Mandarine I

0.253x31.20 =7.90

Note: To achieve the correct operation of the electronic scales, it is necesarry to set the type of scales by the 5th system flag of cash register.

Note: Ask your local dealer for more information on the particular electronic scales type connectivity.

4.6.4 PC ON-LINE mode

A. PC ON-LINE mode: The data are transmitted from PC to ECR.

The Cash register software allows the use the Euro-2000T Alpha as fiscal printer. The ECR replaces the POS printer and the PC fiscal module. That means that the cash register prints the receipt based on data from your PC software.

This feature is useful where simple cash register is not sufficient due to the high quantity of PLU and where sales cadency is not so high.

PC ON-LINE mode setting:

If the ECR is in “R” or “T” mode, press the key J

.

Now the cash register is ready to communicate with a

PC (PC ON-LINE mode). The PC can transmit information on PLU sale, PLU refund, purchase finishing signal, or PC-ON LINE mode finishing signal. The text “PC” is displayed on the left side of the display.

Displej :

PC 156.20

1xPLU1

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The reaction of cash register is slower in this mode. Please wait a moment for cash register response in case of switching to another key modes (L, X, Z, P) where the PC-ON LINE mode is automatically switched off.

Returning to mode “R” or “T”, the PC ON-LINE mode is automatically switched on again. The PC-ON LINE mode is switched off by pressing the key

J in “R” or “T” mode. The switching off is confirmed by beep.

The text “PC” is not displayed.

Note 1: Switching the ECR off and on prepares the ECR for standard registration.

Note 2: PLU report amounts (in the concrete PLU No. 2400) are not correct in PC ON-LINE mode.

Note 3 : The data transmission direction for PC ON-LINE mode is set by the 5th system flag - digit 5=0).

B. PC ON-LINE mode: The data are transmitted from ECR to PC.

The cash register software allows the use the Euro-2000T Alpha ON-LINE information source for PC. This allows transmission of the sales data to PC for processing. It allows the preparation of the Invoice or delivery note by the PC according to information from the ECR.

PC ON-LINE mode setting:

If the ECR is in “R” or “T” mode, press the key J

.

Afterwards the cash register is ready to communicate with a PC (PC ON-LINE mode). The cash register transmits information on PLU sale, PLU refund, purchase finishing signal and the information on type and amount of payment. The text “PC” is displayed on the left side of the display.

Please wait a moment for cash register response in case of switching to another key mode (L, X, Z, P) where the PC-ON LINE mode is automatically switched off. Returning to mode “R” or “T”, the PC ON-LINE mode is automatically switched on again. The PC-ON LINE mode is switched off by pressing the key

J in “R” or “T” mode. The switching off is confirmed by beep. The text “PC” is not displayed.

Note 1: By switching the ECR off and on, the ECR is ready for standard registration.

Note 3 : The data transmission direction for the PC ON-LINE mode is set by the 5th system flag - digit 5=1).

4.6.5 Credit Card Payment via EFT Terminal

The Euro-2000T Alpha cash register can be used as the source of ON-LINE sale information connected to the PC or EFT terminal. This function enables transmission of the sale data to the PC or to the EFT terminal immediately after each purchase is completed.

The Euro-2000T Alpha cash register has implemented communication of the Bull EFT terminal. The EFT terminal is connected to the cash register via PC connector, which is also used for communication with PC.

The cash register is able to communicate with the EFT terminal when setting the fifth digit of the fifth system flag to 1 (5. system flag, 5. digit = 1)

.

Credit Card payment via EFT Terminal

In “R” or “T” mode after pressing a R key, the cash register checks if the EFT terminal is connected to its

PC connector. If the EFT terminal is connected, the display shows the current communication status and the ECR waits for the reply form the terminal.

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COMMUNICATION ERROR

REPEAT Y}CR|{N}X|

Communication with EFT terminal failed

If the communication fails, the user can make another attempt by pressing the purchase without CC payment by pressing the H

R key or to complete the

key. If the connections is successfully setup, the cash register waits for information about transaction process. If the communication is successful, the EFT terminal sends the transaction confirmation.

Display:

Wait for transaction cofirmation

The cash register wait for transaction confirmation

When the transaction is confirmed, the cash register completes the purchase via EFT terminal. If the sufficient amount for the purchase was remitted, the cash register completes the purchase automatically.

The transaction can fail in case the card is not accepted, the payment is not accepted or the transmission error occurs during communication. In that case you can decide whether to repeat the communication or to complete the purchase with another means of payment.

Display:

CARD NOT ACCEPTED

Payment request was not accepted – invalid or improper card.

PAYMENT NOT ACCEPTED

Payment request was not accepted – amount too high or incorrect.

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PROCESSING ERROR

Payment request was not accepted – transmission error occurred.

If the operator wants to complete the purchase with another means of payment, the first offer is the credit payment without EFT terminal communication. This can be done by pressing the R key. If the credit card number is required (4. system flag is set), the credit card number has to be entered.

Display:

TERMINATE PAYMENT BY

CRED.CARD Y}CR|{N}X|

Credit card payment option without EFT terminal communication.

ENTER CREDIT CARD No

Credit card number entry required for payment without

EFT terminal communication.

If the operator decides for another mean of payment, pressing the H key completes the purchase by check or cash.

Note: The communication with payment terminal is enabled by setting the 5. System flag, digit 5 to value 1.

Note: If the cash register not communicate with the EFT terminal and everything is connected and set good, you need change EPROM, which contains software with a new EFT terminal communication protocol.

The software also remains an old communication protocol. Contact your dealer for the information on the

EFT terminal connection.

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4.7 Corrections

4.7.1 Clearing

Example: Has an correct price been entered or printed? In the following example a price of 1230 was

entered by mistake instead of the correct price of 1290.

Step No. Key operation

1.

2.

1230 H

1290 <

Print:

DPT 2 I

1x12.90 =12.90

4.7.2 Voids

Note: The void function is used to correct items entered in one unfinished purchase.

A : Correction of the last entry (direct void)

Example: The previous printed line was registered incorrectly and it is necessary to make a correction. If a mistake is made in an incorrect department, PLU, percentage, deduction or other entry, void this incorrect entry by pressing the J (VOID) key immediately after the incorrect entry. In the following example the price 12,50Sk was incorrectly entered instead of 13,50Sk.

1.

2.

3.

Step No. Key operation

1250 <

J

1350 <

Display:

Print:

DPT 2 I

1x12.50 =12.50

VOID

DPT 2 I

1x12.50 =-12.50

DPT 2 I

1x13.50 =13.50

Void operation.

/12.50

VOID

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B: Correction of the previous entries (indirect void)

You can void any previous entries (not the last). Pressing the special keys, you can display any previous entry. When the entry to be voided is displayed press the button J .

Special key descriptions:

M Calling of void function (the last sold item is ready to void); jump to the previous entry in void mode.

N Calling of void function (the first sold item is ready to void); jump to the next entry in void mode.

P Jump to fifth previous entry in void mode.

O Jump to fifth next entry in void mode.

K Jump to middle entry in void mode.

Example No. 1: PLU number 1 void (Gentian cheese)

Step No. Key operation

1.

2.

3.

4.

1

2

U Sale

M

Looking for bad item

J

Void

Print:

Gentian Cheese I

1x27.00 =27.00

Flora Butter I

1x31.20 =31.20

VOID

Gentian Cheese I

1x27.00 =-27.00

PLU position in receipt

Display :

}1| 27.00

1 * Gentian Cheese

The void operation display.

purchase. It can be used only before pressing the key

W

.

Step No. Key operation Print:

1.

2.

3.

V

V

DPT 2 I

1x31.20 =31.20

DPT 3 I

1x18.60 =18.60

SUBTOTAL 49.80

SUBTOTAL VOID

-49.60

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

RECEIPT VOIDANCE

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

The name of voided PLU

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4.8 Percent add-on and percent discount

The system permits programming of the value of the percentage rate that is usually used for add-on and for the discount rate T

S

. If you need to register a different rate than the one preprogrammed, enter the will be effective only for one registration.

4.8.1 Percent add-on

Example 1: A five percent add-on for special services is added. In the following example the preprogrammed for five percent.

S button was

Note: If all items within a transaction have the same handling charge, the charge may be added at one time for the whole transaction. When all items have been registered on which the add-on is applied, press the

V

and S button.

Step No. Key operation

1.

2.

3120 <

S

Print:

DPT 2 I

1x31.20 =31.20

ADD-ON %+ 5.00%

1.60

Display:

1.60

ADD ON _!

Add on operation display.

Example 2: Other than preprogrammed rate (10%) entry.

Step No. Key operation

1.

2.

3120 <

10 S

Print:

DPT 2 I

1x31.20 =31.20

ADD-ON %+ 10.00%

3.10

Note 1:

Note 2:

The entering of the add on value from the keyboard is possible if the value is lower than the preprogrammed limit (system flag No. 7).

In case of linked PLU, the add on is applied to the first item only.

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4.8.2 Percent discount

Example: Pensioners are provided with a 10% discount.

Note: If the same discount is to be deducted from all PLU’s within the transaction, the discount for is to be applied are registered, simply press the

V

button, then the T button. Use of

Print:

Step No. Key operation

1.

2.

3120 <

T

DPT 2 I

1x31.20 =31.20

DISCOUNT%-10.00%

= -3.10

Note 1:

Note 2:

Display:

3.10

DISCOUNT _/

Discount operation display.

Entering the discount value from keyboard is possible if the value is lower than the preprogrammed limit (system flag No. 8).

In case of linked PLU, the discount is applied to the first item only.

4.9 Printing a reference number or the customer number

Certain transactions require that a reference number be printed on the receipt. If a reference number is required, use the N (DRAWER) button.

Print:

Step No. Key operation

1.

312058 N

DOCUMENT NUMBER

#312058

Note 1:

Note 2:

The text DOCUMENT NUMBER can be changed in the programming mode. See Function texts programming section.

By pressing the

N

button without the key entry, the cash register drawer opens and the printer prints a receipt with the „Drawer open“ notification.

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4.10 Received on account entries

The O button (RA) is used to record non-business payments (received on accounts). As an example, daily initial cash can be entered into the cash register drawer. The register enables printing a document with the cash insertion transaction. The RA transactions are reported in the cash register financial report. According to your needs the document can contain the name of person and reason of RA. The name and reason of

RA can contain up to 17 characters. There is a space for signature on the document.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Step No. Key operation

W O

Enter name - not enforced V

Enter reason - not enforced V

Print:

RA

WHO:

Brown

REASON:

Initial cash

SIGNATURE:

C ash 500.00

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Display:

500.00

RA

RA operation.

Display:

Brown

ENTER NAME

RA person name entering.

Display:

Initial cash

ENTER REASON

RA reason entering.

Entry of person name and reason is not enforced. If you do not need to enter these data, finish

RA operation by double pressing of button

V

(SUBTOTAL) .

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4.11 Cash or check paid out entries

Cash or check paid out from the register drawer, which are not connected with the sale are recorded by means of the P (PO) button. This function is used, for example, by taking away the earnings, when cashiers are changing or when it is suitable to lower the amount of money in the drawer. According to your needs the document can contain the name of person and reason of the PO. The name and reason of the PO can contain up to 17 characters. There is a space for signature on the document.

Step No. Key operation

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

W

Enter reason - not enforced V

P

Enter name - not enforced V

Print:

PO

WHO:

Brown

REASON: cashier change

SIGNATURE:

C ASH 2000.00

Note 1:

Note 2:

Display:

2000.00

PO

PO operation.

Display:

Brown

ENTER NAME

PO person name entering.

Display: cashier change

ENTER REASON

PO reason entering.

Entry of a name and a reason is not enforced. If you do not need to enter these data, finish PO operation by pressing the button twice (SUBTOTAL) .

In the case of checks PO, press the button Q instead of button

W

.

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4.12 Refund entries

The

E

(REFUND) button records refund entries during the PLU sale or as an independent operation. The function is used, for example, by goods claim.

Example 1: Returning of the goods registered through department No. 2.

Step No. Key operation

1.

2.

3120 E

@

Display:

Print:

REFUND

DPT 2 I

1x31.20= -31.20

O*59

Refund operation through DPT No. 2.

After pressing the key

E (REFUND), 7+,:3* appears on the display. After DPT No. 2 key pressing, the amount of refunded goods in the first line and the name of the goods and its refunded quantity in the second line appear on the display.

Step No. Key operation

1.

2.

3E

P

Print:

REFUND

Flora Butter I

1x31.20 =-31.20

After pressing the key

E (REFUND), 7+,:3* appears on the display. After pressing the PLU key, the amount of refunded goods in the first line and the name of the PLU and its refunded quantity in the second line appear on the display.

Display:

O($L,GIL%

PLU Refund operation.

Example: In the X mode it is possible to switch flag for way of cheque and credit pay out (forbidden/allowed) while it is minus total of bill

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4.13 Accounting in

Euro

currency

The Cash register Euro-2000T Alpha is able to register sales in Euro currency. According to the stage it is possible to account Euro and particular national currency (stage1. and 2.) or any other foreign currency (3rd stage).

The accounting in Euro currency is divided in 4 stages:

4.13.1 Stage without

Euro

currency

The ECR works without Euro .

4.13.2 1st stage of

Euro

currency

The basic currency is a national one, the supplementary one is Euro in the first stage.

The customer can pay either in a national currency or in Euro .

Procedure:

If the key

V

is pressed, the amount of sale on display is in a national currency. If the key pressed, the amount of sale is coverted to Euro currency. Pressing the key national and Euro currency.

After choosing the required currency, press

W

.

L

L is

again will convert between

All financial data are stored at national currency. Just cash amount, cash in drawer, RA and PO amounts are stored in both currencies. The RA or PO operation of national (basic) currency can be done according to the described procedure in a previous chapters. As to as RA or PO operation of Euro currency, it is similar to common operation, but first it is necessary to press the key L .

Sample: Cash RA 500.00 Euro in the first stage of Euro currency.

Step No. Press Receipt:

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

L

W O

Enter name - not obligatory V

Enter reason - not obligatory V

RA

WHO:

Howard

REASON:

Morning RA

SIGNATURE:

C ASH

500.00 EUR

Note: The thruput into the first stage is described in the program manual of this user manual.

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4.13.3 2nd stage of

Euro

currency

The basic currency is Euro , the supplementary currency is a national one.

The customer can pay either in Euro or in a national currency.

Procedure:

If the key

V

is pressed, the amount of sale on display is in a basic currency - is pressed, the amount of sale is converted to the national currency. Pressing the key between Euro and the national currency.

After choosing the required currency, press

W

.

Euro

L

. If the key L

again will convert

All financial data are stored at Euro currency. Just cash amount, cash in drawer, RA and PO amounts are stored in both currencies. The RA or PO operation of Euro (basic) currency can be done according to the described procedure in a previous chapters. As to as RA or PO operation of the national currency, it is similar to the common operation, but first it is necessary to press the key L .

Sample: Cash PO 200.00 DM in the 2nd stage of Euro currency.

Receipt: Step No. Press

PO

WHO:

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

L

W P

Enter name - not obligatory V

Enter reason - not obligatory V

REASON:

SIGNATURE:

C ASH

Howard

200.00 DM

Note: The thruput into the second stage is described in the program manual of this user manual.

4.13.4 3rd stage of

Euro

currency

The basic currency is Euro , the supplementary currency is any foreign one.

If the key

V Euro or in any foreign currency.

is pressed, the amount of sale on display is in a basic currency - is pressed, the amount of sale is converted to the supplementary currency. Pressing the key convert between Euro and the supplementary currency.

Euro . If the key

L

L

again will

After choosing the required currency, press

W

.

All financial data are stored at Euro currency. Only the cash amount, cash in drawer, RA and PO amounts are stored in both currencies. The RA or PO operation of Euro (basic) currency can be done according to the described procedure in a previous chapter. As to RA or PO operation of the supplementary currency, it is similar to normal operation, but before that it is necessary to press the key L .

Note: The thruput into the 3rd stage is described in the program manual of this user manual.

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5 REPORTS

Euro-2000T Alpha Reports

5.1 How to print out reports

Two modes for printing reports are: “ X “ mode and “ Z “ mode.

Use the reading mode “X“ when it is necessary to obtain sales information since the last resetting.

It is used to generate reports during the day, between two shifts, etc. The reading may be made any number of times. It does not affect the register memory. Also you can turn off time printing on the receipt pressing 803 used for turning off.

Q in the “X“ mode. You can turn the time printing on by the same process as

Use the resetting function of the “Z“ mode when you need to print reports and to clear the register’s memory. Resetting prints all sales information and clears the entire memory except for the GT1 through GT3, reset count and consecutive number. Z report is usually carried out once a day after finalizing the daily report.

5.2 The generated reports

Note:

Report ,, X ” mode ,, Z ” mode

Departments

PLU

Cashier

Financial

Daily (Total)

Periodical

•

•

•

•

•

• •

•

•

In the “Z” mode the department report, the cashier’s report and the financial report are carried out by means of the total “Z“ report.

5.3 The report contents

5.3.1 Reports of departments

When printing a full department report, only non-zero value departments are printed.

Report contains:

1. Name of the department

2. Number of items sold in the department

3. Total value of the items sold in departments

4. Total value of sale including all departments

Note: In the “Z“ mode it is possible to print the department report only by means of the total „Z“ report.

See chapter The total „Z“ report.

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5.3.2 The PLU report

Three different types of PLU reports can be printed: the individual PLU report, report of PLU range, and the full PLU report. Each of these types can contain the PLU number according to the mode of report function calling and stock status according to setting of 2nd PLU flag.

When printing PLU report, only nonzero PLU’s are printed.

PLU report contains:

1. Number of PLU (selective according to mode of report function calling).

2. The name of PLU.

3. Number of PLU sold.

4. Financial value of PLU sold.

4. PLU stock status (according to setting of 2nd PLU flag).

5. The total sale value.

The full PLU report prints all PLU total financial value of sales from the last reset. PLU’s that were not activated are not printed.

5.3.3 Financial report

Financial report contains:

1. Value of cumulative totals (grandtotals) GT1, GT2 and GT3.

2. Taxable amounts and taxes of all tax levels.

3. Overall sales value.

4. Overall sales value without tax.

5. Value of total tax.

6. Number and value of voids.

7. Number and value of refunds.

8. Number and value of discounts.

9. Number and value of add-ons.

10. Number and value received by cash payment.

11. Number and value received by cash in foreign currency (Euro)

12. Number and value received by check payment.

13. Number and value received by credit card payment.

14. Number and value received on accounts by cash.

15. Number and value received on accounts by cash in strange currency (Euro)

16. Number and value received on account by checks.

17. Number and value paid out by cash.

18. Number and value paid out by cash i foreign currency (Euro)

19. Number and value paid out by checks

20. Cash value in cash drawer.

21. Cash value in cash drawer in strange currency (Euro)

22. Check value in cash drawer.

None of the above categories with zero values will be printed. The financial report can be printed only by means of the total “Z“ report in the “Z“ mode. See 5.3.7. - The total “Z“ report.

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5.3.4 Cashier report

When printing the full cashiers report, only nonzero values will be printed.

The cashier report prints:

1. The cashier’s name.

2. The number of sales transactions (number of customers) per cashier.

3. The total sale financial value of each cashier.

Reports

In the “Z“ mode the cashier report can be printed only by means of the total “Z“ report. See 5.3.7. Total „Z“ report.

5.3.5 Total „X“ report

Total „X“ report contains: - consecutive number of the total “Z” reports that have already been executed

- department report

- cashier report

- financial report

5.3.6 Periodical “X” report

The periodic X report gathers financial data from the total Z reports in the course of longer time period (i.e.

a week, a month, etc.). This report prints all financial data accumulated since the last “Z” report.

5.3.7 Total „Z“ report

The total “Z“ report contains: - consecutive number of the total “Z” report being executed on the

machine

- department report

- cashier report

- financial report

After printing the memory contents of the total „Z“ report, the data are added to the memory registers of the periodic report and then they are reset.

5.3.8 Periodical „Z“ report

The periodic „Z“ report gets the data from total „Z“ reports throughout a longer time period. It is usually printed weekly, monthly, or quarterly or as needed. After printing the memory contents of the periodic „Z“ report, the memory is cleared.

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5.4 How to print „X“ reports

Turn the control key to the “X“ position and press any of the following key combinations that will print proper reports. The „X“ report can be printed as many times as desired without influencing data memory.

By using this type report you can get information about sales during the day. Values can be used to check the cash balance in cash drawer, the daily turnover in store, and the sales when shifts or cashiers are being changed, etc.

“X” position of the mode key

Display:

12>00>00

X MODE

Setting “X” mode.

Key operation ,,

X

“ report

Cashier

Financial

Departments

Full PLU

Individual PLU

Range of PLU

Total

Periodical

M

Q department key (

( I )

U ;

..

B

)

PLU number (1-2400) (

0

..

9

)

( I ) starting PLU number

S finishing PLU number

S ( I )

W

P

U

U

Note: Pressing the key I (REFUND) before pressing the key

U

(PLU) for PLU report causes the number of PLU to be printed also.

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5.5 Samples of „X“ reports

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********** X **********

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

CASHIER REPORT

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

Brown

SALE

6Q

Hoppkins

827.70

SALE

3Q 256.60

********** X **********

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

DPT REPORT

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

PASTRY

3.000Q

69.50

MILK

6.000Q

99.10

ALCOHOL

4.000Q

114.50

CIGARETTES

1.000Q

45.00

Reports

The cashier’s report provides an overview of the activity of individual cashiers. The report provides a summary of the number of customers served by a particular cashier and the total receipts. This data permits rewarding the staff based on total receipts or productivity and intensity of work.

The department report provides a picture of the sales frequency of individual articles within a group of products. The cash register provides data concerning the number of sold items and turnover in the department, as well as the share of department sales as a whole.

************* X *************

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

PLU REPORT

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

White yogurt

3.000Q 69.50

Mocca coffee

6.000Q 99.10

Sugar 1kg

4.000Q 114.50

White vine 0.7l

1.000Q 45.00

TOTAL PLU SALES

328.10

X *************

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

PLU REPORT

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

00001

White yogurt

3.000Q 69.50

Stock 58.000

00311

Mocca coffee

6.000Q 99.10

Stock 123.000

01258

Sugar 1kg

4.000Q 114.50

Stock 132.500

02358

White vine 0.7l

1.000Q 45.00

Stock 21.000

Total PLU sales

328.10

The PLU report provides the most precise overview of the sales of each product. The sample report on left

U I before pressing

). The sample report on the right side contains all information. As it provides the most detailed information, it is recommended that a computer be used for PLU programming, for running store records, for evaluation and for printing sales reports. For basic operations the software EuroSoft supplied with the cash register will be sufficient.

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********** X **********

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

FULL REPORT

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

* Z1 # : 0001 *

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

DPT REPORT

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

DPT 1

3.000Q

69.50

DPT 3

6.000Q

99.10

DPT 5

4.000Q

114.50

DPT 8

1.000Q

45.00

TOTAL SALES

328.10

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

CASHIER REPORT

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

Brown

SALE

5Q

Hoppkins

208.00

SALE

3Q 120.10

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

FINANCIAL REPORT

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

GT1 152258.20

GT2

GT3

151128.10

-1130.10

TAXABLE VAT 6%

168.60

VAT 6% 9.50

TAXABLE VAT 23%

159.50

VAT 23% 29.80

TOTAL SALE

8Q 328.10

NET-TOTAL 288.80

VAT-TOTAL 39.30

VOID

2Q

REFUND

1Q

C

ASH

8Q

C

HECK

2Q

C

REDIT

1Q

RA

-C

ASH

1Q

-90.00

-80.00

178.10

100.00

50.00

100.00

PO -C ASH

1Q 200.00

PO -C HECK

1Q 60.00

C

ASH DRAWER

78.10

C

HECK DRAWER

40.00

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The total X report provides detailed sales information during the day. It contains sales information within departments, total receipts, the cashier’s share of receipts, taxable revenue corresponding to the tax rate, the number of corrections and refunds, and the cash or check amounts in the drawer. Receipts are separated from non-business transactions, i.e. received on accounts and pay outs.

The X report is often used to check revenues and cash received when the operator changes during the working day. Management can secure sales information at any time desired during a day.

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5.6 How to print out „Z“ reports

To print a report, turn the control key to the “Z“ position and press the corresponding key according to the table. If a large number of PLU’s is used, it is recommended that a computer be used to print the PLU report.

Reports

“Z” position of the mode key.

Display:

12>00>00

Z MODE

“Z” mode setting.

,,

Z

“ report

PLU range

Total

Periodical

Note 1:

Note 2 :

Full PLU

Individual PLU

Key operation

( I )

U

PLU number (1-2400) (

0

..

9

)

( starting PLU number finishing PLU number

S

S ( I )

I )

W

P

U

U

Pressing the key I (REFUND) before pressing the key

U

(PLU) for a PLU report causes the number of the PLU to be printed also.

The PLU report can be executed without printing by pressing keys 99999 sales amounts will be deleted without printing.

U

. PLU

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Sat. 02-01-1999

01*0023 18:02:01

Brown

************** Z ***************

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

TOTAL REPORT

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

* Z1 # : 0001 *

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

* DPT REPORT *

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

DPT 1

3.000Q

69.50

DPT 3

6.000Q

DPT 5

4.000Q

99.10

114.50

DPT 8

1.000Q

45.00

TOTAL SALES 328.10

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

CASHIER REPORT

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

Brown

SALE

5Q

Hoppkins

SALE

3Q

208.00

120.10

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

FINANCIAL REPORT

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

GT1 152258.20

GT2

GT3

151128.10

-1130.10

TAXABLE VAT 6% 168.60

VAT 6% 9.50

TAXABLE VAT 23% 159.50

VAT 23% 29.80

TOTAL SALE

8Q 328.10

NET-TOTAL 288.80

VAT-TOTAL 39.30

VOID

2Q

REFUND

1Q

C ASH

8Q

C

HECK

2Q

C REDIT

1Q

-90.00

-80.00

178.10

100.00

50.00

RA-CASH

1Q

PO-CASH

1Q

100.00

200.00

PO-CHECK

1Q 60.00

C ASH DRAWER

78.10

C

HECK DRAWER

40.00

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Sat. 02-01-1999

01*0024 18:04:05

Brown

************** Z ***************

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

PERIODICAL REPORT

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

* Z1 # : 0012 *

* Z2 # : 0001 *

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

* DPT REPORT *

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

DPT 1

3.000Q

DPT 3

69.50

99.10

6.000Q

DPT 5

4.000Q

DPT 8

114.50

1.000Q

45.00

TOTAL SALES 328.10

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

CASHIER REPORT

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

Brown

SALE

5Q 208.00

Hoppkins

SALE

3Q 120.10

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

FINANCIAL REPORT

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

GT1

GT2

152258.20

151128.10

GT3 -1130.10

TAXABLE VAT 6% 168.60

VAT 6% 9.50

TAXABLE VAT 23% 159.50

VAT 23% 29.80

TOTAL SALE

8Q 328.10

NET-TOTAL 288.80

VAT-TOTAL 39.30

VOID

2Q

REFUND

-90.00

1Q

C ASH

8Q

C HECK

2Q

C REDIT

1Q

RA-CASH

-80.00

178.10

100.00

50.00

1Q

PO-CASH

1Q

PO-CHECK

100.00

200.00

1Q 60.00

C ASH DRAWER

78.10

C HECK DRAWER

40.00

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Z1 - consecutive number of ,,Z“ total reports.

Z2 - consecutive numebr of ,,Z“ periodical reports.

Reports

************* Z *************

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

PLU REPORT

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

White yogurt

3.000Q 69.50

Mocca coffee

6.000Q 99.10

Sugar 1kg

4.000Q 114.50

White vine 0.7l

1.000Q 45.00

TOTAL PLU SALES

328.10

Z *************

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

PLU REPORT

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

00001

White yogurt

3.000Q 69.50

Stock 58.000

00311

Mocca coffee

6.000Q 99.10

Stock 123.000

01258

Sugar 1kg

4.000Q 114.50

Stock 132.500

02358

White vine 0.7l

1.000Q 45.00

Stock 21.000

TOTAL PLU SALES

328.10

The PLU report provides the most precise overview of the sales of each product. The sample report on left

U I before pressing

). The sample report on the right side contains all information. As it provides the most detailed information, it is recommended that a computer be used for PLU programming, for running store records, for evaluation and the for printing sales reports. For basic operations the software EuroSoft supplied with the cash register will be sufficient.

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5.8 X-reports from fiscal memory

Departments

Cashiers

All PLUs

PLU

Range of PLU

,,

X

“ report

Total (daily)

Print out of all daily reports from FM

Print out of range of daily reports from FM according to number of report

Print out of range of daily reports from FM according to date of report

Monthly reports from all FM daily reports

Monthly reports from the range of FM daily reports according to number of report

Monthly reports from the range of FM daily reports according to date of report

Key operation any department key (

;

..

B

)

(

M

I )

U

PLU number (

0

..

9

)

( I ) starting PLU number

S ending PLU number

S ( I )

W

P starting report number

S ending report number

S P

U

U starting report date

T ending report date

TP *

O starting report number

S ending report number

S O starting report date

T ending report date

TO *

*

The button P ( O ) can be pressed after reports selection, that is indicated by ,, OK ” in the display.

Note: In case of PLU reports, pressing the button I (REFUND) before pressing the causes that the PLU number is printed before sales data.

U

(PLU) button

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5.9 Z-reports of fiscal versions only

Display:

12>00>00

Z MODE

Z mode display.

Reports

Key in “Z” position

,,

Z

“ report

All PLUs

PLU

Range of PLU

Cashiers

Departments

Daily writing to FM

Key operation

( I )

PLU No. (1-2400) (

0

..

9

)

(

M

U starting PLU No.

S ending PLU No.

S ( I ) any department key ( W

I )

;

..

B

)

U

U

Note 1: In case of PLU reports, pressing the button I (REFUND) before pressing the

U

(PLU) button causes that the PLU number is printed before sales data.

Note 2: Pressing 99999

U causes PLU report without printing report on the printer data will be cleared without printing.

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The Euro-2000T Alpha ECR is also deliver with the Euro2A software that makes programming, reporting and set-up for the Euro-2000T Alpha user easier.

The software allows simple and easy editing and transfer of all possible ECR data (ranging from setting of the system flags, through logos up to programming PLUs and departments), enables back-up of the ECR data, processes sales data and many more useful functions.

The most up-to-date version of Euro2A software is available for you to download from company‘s web page, http://www.elcom.eu.

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7 OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES

Optional accessories

7.1 Wet keyboard cover

It is recommended that a water-proof keyboard cover be used in places where the register is operated with wet or dirty hands. It is also desirable to use the cover in dusty or contaminated places that endanger the keyboard. Beverage damaged is frequent in many locations.

The water-resistant cover is made of a transparent thin, flexible and resistant foil in the shape of the keyboard. It will be attached by the self-sticking stripes on its edges.

The affordable price of the cover permits the replacement of damaged covers. With proper care the keyboard of the Euro-2000 cash register will function for 10 million operations. That exceeds the usual standard minimum by ten times.

7.2 Customer display backlight

The display back light increases the display contrast, protects your sight and enables you to use the register under conditions of insufficient light.

The panel of the display back light of the Euro-2000 produces a luminous orange (yellow, green) display base. The letters and digits are black.

You can ask for a display back light installation by your Euro-2000 ALPHA authorized dealer. The panels of the back light are usually installed for both displays.

The display back-light increases power consumption and shortens the operational time of a cash register powered by an accumulator. For this reason it is recommended that the back light be switched on or off as needed.

You can prolong the operation time of the register powered by an accumulator by means of the external battery box.

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7.3 Battery box

The battery box is the external device of the Euro-2000T ALPHA cash register that enables to substitution of an external power supply. It increases the capacity of the in-built accumulator that is supplied in the standard configuration of the register. The battery box contains a lead accumulator, a charging device and an interconnecting cable.

The battery box is charged from the power network by connecting it to the adapter that is supplied with the

Euro-2000T ALPHA cash register. The small dimensions (177x34x90) and the low weight (1,3kg) of the battery box permit carrying and using several battery boxes. The interconnecting cable of the battery box is equipped with a connector that is normally used for car lighter connectors. By interconnecting the register with this cable and car lighter connector, a car accumulator can be used for a long time.

7.4 Power supply cable for supplying the register from the car

The unique solution of the power supply circuitry of the Euro-2000T ALPHA cash register permits supplying of the register with a wide range of input voltages (DC 9-37V). Because of this feature the register can be supplied with power from a car or truck battery if needed (12V or 24V). For this type of power supply only the interconnecting cable inserted in the car lighter connector is needed. Most cars are equipped with this connector at present.

7.5 Cash drawer

The Euro-2000T ALPHA cash register can be connected to most cash drawers equipped with a 12V solenoid as the opening device. The register has a built-in interface for automatic cash drawer opening. If needed, you can use both the narrow (3 compartments for notes) and wide drawers (4 compartments for notes).

The drawer is interconnected with the register by a cable that automatically controls drawer opening. The small cable with the connector permits you to disconnect the drawer for more comfortable carrying.. This function is very advantageous for very small businesses where you can put the drawer in any place without losing the ability for the cash register to open it automatically.

Ask for the cash drawer from your authorized dealer of the

Euro-2000T ALPHA.

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7.6 External display

Euro-2000T Alpha Optional accessories

The external display supplements the displays that are built into the cabinet of the Euro-2000TE ALPHA cash register for the cashier and for the customer. The external display is situated in a place where the customer can see it clearly.

Ask your authorized dealer for external display.

7.7 Carrying bag

This bag is an added convenience especially for ambulatory salesperson. The bag permits carrying basic supplements to the register and protects it against damage. It is made of quality material; it is strong and waterproof. It is useful mainly for outdoor sales. The bag can be easily and comfortably hung arround your neck and allows you to make sales without a desk.

7.8 Bar code scanners

The Euro-2000TE ALPHA cash register is equipped with an interface for the bar code scanner connection.

If it is desirable to use a bar code scanner; this chapter will try to advise you which scanner to choose. It is recommended that you consult with your authorized dealer on the purchase of a scanner and connectivity with the cash register.

The scanner is connected to the cash register by means of a built-in RS-232 serial interface with the standard Canon connector. Thus, the bar-code scanner must also be equipped with the same interface and connector. The cash register provides +5V for power supply to the scanner. Before connecting, it is necessary to program both the scanner and the cash register with equal communication parameters.

Proscan and Metrologic scanners are recommended for use with the Euro-2000 cash registers. For other information, ask your local dealer. The price of the scanner is less if it is sold with the Euro-2000TE ALPHA cash register.

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Metrologic MS-951

Laser, hand held scanner, hand held and on holder use, the line system of scanning, RS 232 interface (model 951R), speed of scanning - 36lines per second, the scanning distance up to 205 mm, automatic activation, easy programming, low cost, supply +5V, scanner holder included in price of scanner.

Metrologic MS-6720

Combination of manual and stand scanner, excellent ergonomy, concentrated omnidirectional scanning, flexible manipulation, adjustable holder, easy programming, low cost, supply 5V, scanning speed 1000 lines per second, maximum scanning distance up to 205 mm.

Metrologic Orbit MS-7100

Console type scanner. High quality scanning. Concentrated omnidirectional scanning. Adjustable holder. Low cost. 5V, Scanning speed - 1200 lines per second.

Maximum scanning distance - up to 215 mm (8.5”).

Metrologic MK-6130

Combination hand held and stand scanner. Line scanning system. Easy programming. Cordless scanning up to a distance of 6 meters (20 feet). Battery supply

3.6V. Battery lifetime - 8 hours (at 300 scans per hour). Supplied with a battery charger. Completely discharged battery recharged in 8 hours. Scanning speed -52 lines per second. Maximum scanning distance - up to 203.2 mm (8”).

Metrologic MS-9500 Voyager

A laser hand held scanner. For hand held and in holder use. Line scanning system.

Easy programming. Scanning speed - 72 lines per second. Maximum scanning distance up to 203 mm (8”). 5V.

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8 Help

8.1 Information and error messages

If it is necessary to inform the operator on the current status of ECR, or the ECR enters an error state, the following information are displayed by means of the following information and error messages:

Meaning

No external power supply is connected. The power supply is accumulator.

Tax level can not be assigned to DPT or PLU.

Information on amount that has to be paid for sale termination.

Sale through this DPT is forbidden.

It is necessary to cashier login.

Password is assigned to another cashier already.

Information on the thermal head overheat. Wait a moment until normal condition.

Incorrect date entry.

Incorrect flag entry.

Unexpected entry. Incorrect sequence of buttons pressing.

Incorrect mode. Finish operation before mode switching.

Incorrect setting of ECR parameters.

Programmed price is zero.

Paper is missing in the printer.

Bar code is assigned to another PLU.

It is necessary to connect external adaptor.

DPT or PLU flag setting disables to use programmed price.

DPT or PLU is assigned to inactive tax level.

Operation of bottles can not be performed.

Electronic scales are disconnected, or no data were read.

Bar code is assigned to no PLU.

PLU flag disables the entry to negative stock.

DPT (PLU) flag disables entry of price from keyboard.

PLU flag disables the sale of this PLU.

No sale from daily (total) report execution.

ECR is ready to continue on sale.

The mode key is between two position.

PLU flag disables split pricing.

2nd system flag disables sale for more decimal places

Grandtotals reached the max. amount. Execute daily (total) and periodical report and call your service technician.

Stock amount reached max. 999 999,999.

Sale amount reached maximum. Terminate the sale.

Multiplication reached max. amount 10 000.

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Add on or discount amount limit over. Check the system flags.

Particular tax level amount over limit from the last daily report.

Perform daily (total) report.

Add on or discount to returnable packs disabled.

Add on or discount to negative amount disabled.

Receipt printing off. The printing can be switched on by pressing

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ECR executes operation that takes a longer time.

Incorrect date entry.

Press subtotal.

Void disabled in this stage of sale.

The printing of duplicate of last receipt.

PLU not sold.

ECR sorts programmed bar codes.

Max. count of PLU in a sale has been reached (50), or max. count of lines in one re ceipt has been reached.

Perform daily (total) report.

Perform periodical report.

Deblocking programming mode can be done only by entry of service code.

Enforced entry of customer cash before sale termination.

Cashier has no authorization to enter into this mode.

Performed operation caused negative Grandtotal.

The thermal head is in a up position. Move it down to enable the printing.

The illegal payment if two currencies are used.

The illegal Euro stage.

Printer failure, call your service technician.

Credit card payment limit over.

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8.2 What to do in case of power failure

8.2.1 Power failure

This part is important only for registers that operate without the built-in accumulator.

If you have used the register and if the power failure occurs it is necessary:

to switch the register off

after electric power recovery switch on the register

if the register displays the text „The purchase not finished“ it is necessary to complete the pur chase and compare the resulting sum with the total of registered items within the pur chase; if one of the items has not been added to the total sum of the purchase but it was sold to the customer it is necessary to register it additionally

if power failure is encountered during printing and the report has not been printed, switch the register on and repeat the report again.

8.2.2 Failures of register as a result of interference in the power network

Accidental failures of electronic equipment being frequently caused by the power network or by elec tro magnetic interference. In a case of very intensive in ter ference in your working area, or in the case of over or under voltage, installation of protective devices can help significantly. Ask your authorized dealer or service tech nician for help.

8.3 What to do in case of “LowBat“ signaling

Displaying of „LowBat“ warns the operator about discharging the built-in accumulator.

If the discharging is low, the „LowBat“ is being displayed only when the receipt is printed. „LowBat“ is momen tarily displayed and the op erator is warned by a warning beep tone. If dis charging is intensive ”LowBat“ is displayed permanently and an interrupted warning tone is sounded.

Display:

It is necessary :

to register the purchase

additionally to connect the register

to the external adapter

LowBat

if it is not possible to connect the register to the adapter you should turn it off and start to use it only after connecting the adapter or battery box

Warning: Long-term usage of the register when „LowBat“ is signaled can result in decreasing the accumu lator life-time or in damaging the register. If the internal accumulator is very discharged and you want like to charge it by external adaptor, first of all be sure turn off the ECR. After that, connect the external adaptor for at least 15 minutes (ECR is off). The internal accumulator is charging even the ECR is turned off.

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8.4 Self tests

Self tests of the Euro-2000T ALPHA register permit checking of its functionality simply and quickly. Self testing permits automatic checking of the functionality of electronic circuits, display segments, keyboard buttons, commu ni cation ports and printer.

Procedure:

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8.4.1 Self-test of the electronics and display

By executing this test, all displayable characters are gradually light ened on and off in the both displays. Each display segment will be lighted.

Procedure for running self-test of electronics and display :

1. Turn the mode key to the “P”position.

2. Press numbers

100

on the numeric keyboard.

3. Press the button

I

.

The display test finishing is announced by beep. You can continue in testing of other parts of register.

8.4.2 Self-test of the printer

Self-test of the printer prints identification data of the Euro-2000 on he receipt and journal. It prints the program version number, cash reg is ter configuration (number of departments and PLU) and the complete character set both in standard and double size.

Procedure of running the self-test of the printer:

1. Turn the mode key to the “P”position.

2. Press numbers

200 on the numeric keyboard.

3. Press the button

I

.

The printer test finishing is announced by beep. You can continue in testing of other parts of register.

8.4.3 Self-test of keyboard

Self-test of the keyboard displays the internal button code after pressing the button. The test checks function ality of the register buttons.

Procedure for running self-test of keyboard :

1. Turn the mode key to the “P”position.

2. Press number

300 button on the numeric keyboard.

3. Press the button

I

.

4. Press individual buttons one after another and check the values on display.

5. Test will be finished by pressing the key

T

.

If the button is functional, its internal hexadecimal code will appear on the display. Finally pressing the key

T (TOTAL) , its hexadecimal code will appear on the display and the test of keyboard will be finished.

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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY

EMC–Directive: 89/336/EEC

We: Elcom Ltd.

Námestie mládeže 3

SK – 080 01 Prešov, Slovakia declare on our own responsibility, that the product:

Kind of equipment: Electronic cash register

Type-designation: Euro-2000T Alpha; Euro-2000M Alpha;

Euro-2000TE Alpha is in compliance with following norm(s) or document(s):

EN 50081-1/1992, EN 50082-1/1997

Prešov – February 25, 1999

place and date of issue

Ing. Miloslav Karaffa

Manufacturer/Authorized representative name and signature

Accredited testlaboratory: MIKES PRODUCT SERVICE GmbH, Ohmstrasse 2-4

D-94342 Strasskirchen, Germany

NOTE:

Above declaration has to be filled out and signed by the manufacturer or the authorized representative.

It is recommended to attach a copy of this declaration to every product.

ATTENTION:

The Declaration of Conformity only can be issued by the manufacturer or his authorized representative located in the European Community.

Other relevant Council Directives have to be observed.

February 25, 1999 Elcom Ltd.

DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY

EMC–Directive: 89/336/EEC

Low voltage–Directive: 73/23/EEC

We: Elcom Ltd.

Námestie mládeže 3

SK – 080 01 Prešov, Slovakia declare on our own responsibility, that the product:

Kind of equipment: AC/DC adaptor

Type-designation: MW 1212 is in compliance with following norm(s) or document(s):

EN 55014/4.1993, EN 61000-3-2/4.1995, EN 61000-3-3/1.1995

Prešov – July 30, 1999

place and date of issue

Ing. Miloslav Karaffa

Manufacturer/Authorized representative name and signature

Accredited testlaboratory: MIKES PRODUCT SERVICE GmbH, Ohmstrasse 2-4

D-94342 Strasskirchen, Germany

NOTE:

Above declaration has to be filled out and signed by the manufacturer or the authorized representative.

It is recommended to attach a copy of this declaration to every product.

ATTENTION:

The Declaration of Conformity only can be issued by the manufacturer or his authorized representative located in the European Community.

Other relevant Council Directives have to be observed.

July 30, 1999 Elcom Ltd.

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