USER MANUAL - BarcodesInc
Model: CR3000 Series
Compact Cash Drawers
Compact, with Small Footprint
USER MANUAL
NOTICE
The manufacturer of the POS cash drawer makes no representations or
warranties, either expressed or implied, by or with respect to anything in
this manual, and shall not be liable for any implied warranties of fitness for
a particular purpose or for any indirect, special or consequential damages.
Information in this document is subject to change without notice and does
not represent a commitment on the part of the manufacturer.
FCC NOTICE
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy
and if not installed and used in accordance with this manual, may cause
interference to radio communications. It has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class A digital device pursuant to Subpart J of
Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection
against interference when operated in a commercial environment. Operation
of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference in
which case the user at his own expense will be required to take whatever
measures may be required to correct the interference.
LOGIC CONTROLS, INC.
355 Denton Ave
New Hyde Park, NY 11040
TEL: (516) 248-0400
FAX: (516) 248-0443
Email: [email protected]
http://www.logiccontrols.com
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
FEATURES ................................................................................. 1
CARTON CONTENTS ................................................................ 2
INTERFACE DESCRIPTION ...................................................... 2
INSTALLATION ........................................................................... 3
FUNCTIONAL TEST .................................................................. 4
KEY LOCK OPERATION ............................................................ 6
SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................... 7
CONNECTOR PIN OUT ............................................................. 8
CONTROLLER BOARD JUMPERS ......................................... 10
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FEATURES
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Low cost
Small foot-print with efficient use of internal space
Drawer opens from any POS printer drive circuit
Bill and coin compartments
Three-position lock for maximum cash security
High security - no screws on the outside of the case
Check slot for non-cash or large-bill transaction
Rugged design with reinforced heavy gauge steel construction
Large ball bearings riding on special guides for remarkably smooth
drawer slide
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Contemporary style
Input/Output expansion connectors for Model CR3001
Advanced electronics that extend the MTBF (Mean Time Between
Failure)
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Precision mechanical parts with tight tolerance to assure wobblefree drawer movements
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Optional interfaces include (CR3001):
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Printer
Dedicated RS232C
Non Dedicated RS232C
Parallel
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CARTON CONTENTS
CR3001
1. Cash drawer, pre-assembled
2. Computer interface cable; DB9
female and a DB25 female
connectors.
3. Two keys
4. Power adapter 120VAC to
12VAC standard
5. User’s manual
CR3000
1. Cash drawer, pre-assembled
2. Printer interface cable
3. Two keys
4. User’s manual
INTERFACE DESCRIPTION
Model CR3000 - Printer Driven Interface:
Connect the drawer to the POS printer as shown in Figure 1.
Whenever the POS application software sends a drawer open
command to the POS printer, the printer will output an electrical
pulse to open the drawer.
Model CR3001 - Dedicated Interface:
Connect the drawer to the computer as shown in Figure 2. Connect
the power adapter output to the power input jack.
Whenever the POS application software transmits data to the
computer’s COM1 (COM2) port, the drawer will be opened. No
other RS232C data-receiving device(s) can be connected to this
serial port.
Model CR3001 - Non-Dedicated Interface:
Connect the drawer to the computer as shown in Figure 2. Connect
the power adapter output to the power input jack.
Whenever the POS application software transmits the pre-set
security code to the computer’s COM1 (COM2) port, the drawer
will open. The security code was pre-set by the manufacturer to (07
Hex) and can be
re-configured as shown in Figure 4. Under normal operations, the
selected pre-set code should be a non-displayable ASCII character.
NOTE: Other serial devices, such as a printer, can be connected
to the same serial port.
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Model CR3001 - Parallel Interface:
Connect the drawer to the computer as shown in Figure 3. Connect
the power adapter output to the power input jack.
Whenever the POS application software transmits the pre-set
security code to the computer’s parallel (LPT1) port, the drawer will
open. The security code was pre-set by the manufacturer at (07
Hex) and can be re-configured as shown in Figure 4. Under normal
operations, the selected pre-set code should be a non-displayable
ASCII character.
NOTE: Other parallel devices, such as a printer, can be connected to the same parallel port.
INSTALLATION
Your cash drawer has been pre-assembled to make the installation
as simple as possible.
Model CR3000
1. Remove the cash drawer from its shipping container.
2. Remove the keys and interface cable from its plastic bag.
3. Connect the interface cable to the printer.
4. Connect the other end of the interface cable to the “Control
Signal Input” of the cash drawer.
Model CR3001 with serial interface
1. Remove the cash drawer from its shipping container.
2.
Remove the keys and interface cable from its plastic bag.
3.
Connect the DB9F connector of the interface cable to the COM1
or COM2 port of the computer.
4.
Connect the DB25F connector of the interface cable to the DB25M
"Serial Input From Computer" connector on the cash drawer.
NOTE: The interface cable may not be used for other
applications.
5.
Connect the power adapter output to the “Power Input From
Adapter” connector on the cash drawer.
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Model CR3001 with parallel interface
NOTE: The parallel interface cash drawer does not come with
an interface cable. Any standard centronic parallel
printer cable may be purchased to interface between the
computer and the cash drawer.
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4.
Remove the cash drawer from its shipping container.
Remove the keys from its plastic bag.
Connect a parallel interface cable between the parallel port on
the computer and the “Parallel Input From Computer” connector
on the cash drawer.
Connect the power adapter output to the “Power Input From
Adapter” connector on the cash drawer.
FUNCTIONAL TEST
The following test sequence will verify that your cash drawer is
working properly. Before you start this procedure, you must install
the cash drawer correctly as outlined in the installation section
NOTE:
The actual key entries are enclosed within
quotation marks (“ “). Do not type the quotation
marks as part of your entry.
Model CR3000, CR3001 with dedicated interface:
1. From the C prompt type “MODE COM1 96,N,8,2” and press
ENTER.
2. Type “TYPE CON>COM1” and press ENTER.
3. Type any alphanumeric character(s) and press ENTER. The
cash drawer will open.
4. To return to the C prompt press and hold the CTRL key while
depressing the letter C.
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MODEL CR3001 with non-dedicated interface
1. From the C prompt type “MODE COM1 96,N,8,2” and press
ENTER.
2. Type “TYPE CON>COM1” and press ENTER.
3. TYPE “^G” and press ENTER. The cash drawer will open if the
security code is 07 Hex as set by the manufacturer.
NOTE:If another security code has been selected to open the
cash drawer then the corresponding ASCII character must be
substituted to open the drawer.
4. To return to the C prompt press and hold the CTRL key while
depressing the letter C.
MODEL CR3001 with parallel interface
1. From the C prompt type “ECHO ^G>LPT1” and press ENTER.
The cash drawer will open if the security code is 07 Hex as set
by the manufacturer.
NOTE: If another security code has been selected to
open the cash drawer then the corresponding ASCII character
must be substituted to open the drawer.
The computer has automatically returned to the C prompt.
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KEY LOCK OPERATION
All cash drawers have a three position key lock for maximum
security. The fully counter clockwise lock position offers
maximum security. The cash drawer can not be opened by
computer or an individual when the lock is in the full counter
clockwise position. With the lock in the center position, the drawer
will open when an electronic pulse is received from either the
printer or computer. The cash drawer is manually opened when the
lock is in the full clockwise position.
Model CR3000, CR3001 Keylock Operation:
KEYLOCK
:Drawer securely locked. Can not be opened by computer, printer,
or manually.
:Opens the drawer with the supplied key.
:Automatically opens the drawer by computer or printer control.
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SPECIFICATIONS
MECHANICAL:
Weight
Height
Width
Depth
14.3 lb.
3.3 in.
15.7 in.
16.1 in.
(6.5 kg)
(8.5 cm)
(40 cm)
(41 cm)
ELECTRICAL:
INPUT TO SOLENOID (CR3000, CR3001)
Pulse Amplitude
12VDC to 24VDC
Pulse Width
100 milliseconds to 200 milliseconds
Pulse Duty Cycle
10% maximum
Peak Current
1 Ampere
POWER ADAPTER (CR3001)
Input Voltage
120 VAC. +10%-20%
50-60 Hz
20W
12 VAC at 1A
SERIAL INPUT (CR3001)
Data Format
Protocol (see Fig. 4)
Baud Rate
Standard RS232C
150,300,600,1200,2400,
4800, 9600*, 19,200
Parity
None*, Even, or Odd
Data bits
7 or 8*
Handshake
None
Security Code(CR3001)
1-255; 7*
Open Drawer Indicator Open collector, conducting when
opened
* Denotes factory default settings.
PARALLEL INPUT (CR3001)
Data Format
Standard Centronics parallel interface
Security Code
1-255; factory preset value = 7
Open-Drawer Indicator Open-collector, conducting when
opened
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CONNECTOR PIN OUT
Figure 5 will show the connector arrangement for the CR3001 cash
drawer. The following charts will show the function of each pin.
P1 (DB25 M) - Parallel Input From Computer
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Function
-Strobe
Data 0
Data 1
Data 2
Data 3
Data 4
Data 5
Data 6
Data 7
-Ack
Busy
Paper end
Pin #
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Function
Select
-Auto Feed
-Error
-Initialized printer
-Select input
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
P2 (DB25F) - Parallel Output to Printer
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Function
-Strobe
Data 0
Data 1
Data 2
Data 3
Data 4
Data 5
Data 6
Data 7
-Ack
Busy
Paper end
Pin #
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
8
Function
Select
-Auto Feed
-Error
-Initialized printer
-Select input
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
Ground
P3(DB25M) - Serial Input From Computer
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Function
No connection
Receive data from computer
Transmit data to computer
RTS, Request To Send; from computer (tied to pin 5 internally)
CTS, Clear To Send; to computer (tied to pin 4 internally)
DSR, Data Set Ready; to computer (tied to pins 8 & 20 internally)
Ground
DCD, Data Carrier Detect; to computer (tied to pins 6 & 20)
No connection
10
11
No connection
No connection
12-17
18
19
20
21-24
25
No connection
POS printer interface; paired with pin 25
No connection
DTR, Data Terminal Ready; from computer (tied to pins 6 & 8)
No connection
POS printer interface, paired with pin 18
P4(DB9F) - Pass Thru Serial Output
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Function
Connected to pin 1 of P5
Receive data from printer
Transmit data to printer
No connection
Ground
Connected to pin 6 of P5
Connected to pin 7 of P5
Connected to pin 8 of P5
Connected to pin 9 of P5
P5(DB9M) - Pass-Thru Serial Output
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Function
Connected to pin 1 of P4
Receive data from printer
Transmit data to printer
No connection
Ground
Connected to pin 6 of P4
Connected to pin 7 of P4
Connected to pin 8 of P4
Connected to pin 9 of P4
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P6 (DB9M) - Serial Input from computer
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Function
DCD, tied to pins 4 & 6
Transmit data to computer
Receive data from computer
DTR, tied to pins 1 & 6
Ground
DSR, tied to pins 1 & 4
RTS, tied to pin 8
CTS, tied to pin 7
No connection
CONTROLLER BOARD JUMPERS
( Located inside the drawer)
J12 - Connects to “Input Power Jack”
JP1 - Not used
JP2 - Jump 1-2* for non-dedicated RS232
Jump 3-4 for dedicated RS232
JP3 - Jump 1-2 for input data applies to P3-3 or P6-2
Jump 3-4* for input data applies to P3-2 or P6-3
J10 - Connects to solenoid, no polarity
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