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ER-180 Series Electronic Cash Register
Operation and
Programming Manual
Note: All specifications are subject to change without notice.
ATTENTION
The product that you have purchased requires three AA Type (Non-rechargeable Mn) batteries. These batteries are recyclable. At the
end of their useful life, under various state and local laws, it may be illegal to dispose of these batteries into the municipal waste system.
Check with your local solid waste officials for details concerning recycling options or proper disposal.
It is recommended that the batteries are changed every 12 months.
WARNING
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required
to take adequate measures.
CAUTION
Risk of explosion if batteries are replaced by an incorrect type. dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.
Precaution Statements
Follow these safety, servicing and ESD precautions to prevent damage and to protect against potential hazards
such as electrical shock.
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Safety Precautions
1. Be sure that all built-in protective devices are
replaced. Restore any missing protective
shields.
2. When reinstalling the chassis and its
assemblies, be sure to restore all protective
devices, including non-metallic control knobs
and compartment covers.
3. Make sure there are no cabinet openings
through which people - particularly children might insert fingers and contact dangerous
voltages. Such openings include excessively
wide cabinet ventilation slots and improperly
fitted covers and drawers.
4. Design Alteration Warning:
Never alter or add to the mechanical or
electrical design of the SECR. Unauthorized
alterations might create a safety hazard. Also,
any design changes or additions will void the
manufacturer’s warranty.
5. Components, parts and wiring that appear to
have overheated or that are otherwise
damaged should be replaced with parts that
meet the original specifications. Always
determine the cause of damage or overheating, and correct any potential hazards.
CAUTION
There is the danger of explosion if batteries are
incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type
recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose used batteries according to the
manufacturer’s instructions.
6. Observe the original lead dress, especially
near the following areas: sharp edges, and
especially the AC and high voltage supplies.
Always inspect for pinched, out-of-place, or
frayed wiring. Do not change the spacing
between components and the printed circuit
board. Check the AC power cord for damage.
Make sure that leads and components do not
touch thermally hot parts.
7. Product Safety Notice:
Some electrical and mechanical parts have
special safety-related characteristics that
might not be obvious from visual inspection.
These safety features and the protection they
give might be lost if the replacement
component differs from the original - even if
the replacement is rated for higher voltage,
wattage, etc.
Components that are critical for safety are
indicated in the circuit diagram by shading,
( ) or ( ). Use replacement components
that have the same ratings, especially for
flame resistance and dielectric strength
specifications. A replacement part that does
not have the same safety characteristics as
the original might create shock, fire or other
hazards.
ATTENTION
ll y a danger d’explosion s’il y a remplacement
incorrect de la batterie.
Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du même
type ou d’un type équivalent recommandé par le
constructeur.
Mettre au rebut les batteries usagées
conformément aux instructions du fabricant.
SAFETY OTICE: For pluggable equipment, the socketsocket-outlet should be installed near
the equipment and should
should be easily accessible.
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Servicing Precautions
WARNING: First read the-Safety Precautions-section. If some unforeseen circumstance creates a conflict
between the servicing and safety precautions, always follow the safety precautions.
WARNING: An electrolytic capacitor installed with the wrong polarity might explode.
1. Servicing precautions are printed on the
cabinet. Follow them.
2. Always unplug the units AC power cord from
the AC power source before attempting to:
(a) Remove or reinstall any component or
assembly (b) Disconnect an electrical plug or
connector (c) Connect a test component in
parallel with an electrolytic capacitor
3. Some components are raised above the
printed circuit board for safety. An insulation
tube or tape is sometimes used. The internal
wiring is sometimes clamped to prevent
contact with thermally hot components.
Reinstall all such elements to their original
position.
4. After servicing, always check that the screws,
components and wiring have been correctly
reinstalled. Make sure that the portion around
the serviced part has not been damaged.
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5. Check the insulation between the blades of the
AC plug and accessible conductive parts
(examples: metal panels and input terminals).
6. Insulation Checking Procedure: Disconnect the
power cord from the AC source and turn the
power switch ON. Connect an insulation
resistance meter (500V) to the blades of AC
plug.
The insulation resistance between each blade
of the AC plug and accessible conductive parts
(see above) should be greater than 1
megohm.
7. Never defeat any of the B+ voltage interlocks.
Do not apply AC power to the unit (or any of its
assemblies) unless all solid-state heat sinks
are correctly installed.
8. Always connect an instrument’s ground lead to
the instrument chassis ground before
connecting the positive lead; always remove
the instrument’s ground lead last.
Precautions for Electrostatic Sensitive Devices (ESDs)
1. Some semiconductor (solid state) devices are
easily damaged by static electricity. Such
components are called Electrostatic Sensitive
Devices (ESDs); examples include integrated
circuits and some field-effect transistors. The
following techniques will reduce the occurrence
of component damage caused by static
electricity.
2. Immediately before handling any
semiconductor components or assemblies,
drain the electrostatic charge from your body
by touching a known earth ground.
Alternatively, wear a discharging wrist-strap
device. (Be sure to remove it prior to applying
power - this is an electric shock precaution.)
3. After removing an ESD-equipped assembly,
place it on a conductive surface such as
aluminium foil to prevent accumulation of
electrostatic charge.
4. Do not use Freon-propelled chemicals. These
can generate electrical charges that damage
ESDs.
5. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron when
soldering or unsoldering ESDs.
6. Use only an anti-static solder removal device.
Many solder removal devices are not rated as
anti-static; these can accumulate sufficient
electrical charge to damage ESDs.
7. Do not remove a replacement ESD from its
protective package until you are ready to install
it. Most replacement ESDs are packaged with
leads that are electrically shorted together by
conductive foam, aluminium foil or other
conductive materials.
8. Immediately before removing the protective
material from the leads of a replacement ESD,
touch the protective material to the chassis or
circuit assembly into which the device will be
installed.
9. Minimize body motions when handling
unpackaged replacement ESDs. Motions such
as brushing clothes together, or lifting a foot
from a carpeted floor can generate enough
static electricity to damage an ESD.
Contents
Getting Started.....................................................................................................4
Unpacking........................................................................................................................... 4
Paper Roll and Take-Up Spool Installation......................................................................... 5
Basic Features and Functions ............................................................................................ 6
Mode Lock .......................................................................................................................... 6
Display ................................................................................................................................ 7
Keyboard............................................................................................................................. 7
Key Functions ..................................................................................................................... 8
Initial Set Up Instructions .................................................................................10
Receipt or Journal Paper Usage....................................................................................... 10
Setting the Date and Time ................................................................................................ 10
Register Mode....................................................................................................11
Clerk Operation................................................................................................................. 12
Printing On / Off ................................................................................................................ 12
No Sale Cash Drawer Open ............................................................................................. 13
Non Add Reference Number Entry................................................................................... 13
Department Operation ...................................................................................................... 14
Price Look Up (PLU) Operation ........................................................................................ 15
Multiplication Operation .................................................................................................... 16
Single Item Operation ....................................................................................................... 17
Percentage (%) Premium or Discount .............................................................................. 18
Minus (-) Key Operation.................................................................................................... 20
Merchandise Return Operation......................................................................................... 21
Voiding last Item (VOID) ................................................................................................... 21
Tender Operations............................................................................................................ 22
Received on Account (RA) Operation............................................................................... 24
Paid Out Monies (PO) Operation...................................................................................... 24
Currency Conversion Operation ....................................................................................... 25
Calculator Operation......................................................................................................... 26
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Reports Mode.....................................................................................................27
Report Options.................................................................................................................. 29
Cash Declaration .............................................................................................................. 29
Financial Daily Report....................................................................................................... 30
Department Report ........................................................................................................... 31
Clerk Report...................................................................................................................... 31
Financial Period Report .................................................................................................... 32
Period to Date Report ....................................................................................................... 32
Calculations ...................................................................................................................... 32
Program Mode ...................................................................................................33
Training Mode................................................................................................................... 34
Printing (Receipt or Journal) and Tax Print....................................................................... 35
Tax and Country Settings ................................................................................................. 36
Tax Rate Programming .................................................................................................... 37
Price and Tax Settings...................................................................................................... 38
Price Look Up (PLU) linking to Department...................................................................... 39
Setting the Register Number ............................................................................................ 40
Setting the +%,-% key ...................................................................................................... 40
Option settings 1............................................................................................................... 41
Option settings 2............................................................................................................... 42
Currency Conversion rate................................................................................................. 43
Maintenance.......................................................................................................45
Factory Reset ................................................................................................................... 46
Recommendations............................................................................................................ 47
Replacing the Batteries ................................................................................................... 47
Replacing the Ink Roller.................................................................................................... 47
Specifications.................................................................................................................... 48
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GETTING STARTED
Unpacking
• Unpack and unwrap the cash register.
• Locate the following items in the packaging:
1 roll of 57mm non thermal paper
1 rewind spindle
1 set of control keys
3 batteries
• Remove the roll cover and ensure three AA batteries have been
fitted in the battery compartment at the base of the till roll housing.
Note :- Failure to correctly install working batteries may result in the need to
carry out the factory reset operation outlined in maintenance.
• Insert the key stamped C into the mode lock, and turn the key one position past
PGM to S not shown on the mode lock.
• Press and continue to hold the 00 key
• Connect the adaptor cord to the right-side of the register,
plug the register power adaptor into a power socket.
• After five seconds release the 00 key and turn the key to the REG lock position.
• If the display shows CLOSED, enter 1 and press the CLERK key.
• The register is now ready to operate
TO BEGIN OPERATION, REFER TO THE REGISTER OPERATION CHAPTER
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Paper Roll and Take-Up Spool Installation
Loading Paper
• Remove the printer cover
• Ensure three AA batteries have been
fitted in the battery compartment at
the base of the roll housing
• Insert the Paper Roll
• Feed the leading edge of the paper about 150mm and
fold the tip 20mm.
• Press the Feed button to advance the paper
• Then follow the instructions for either customer receipt
or journal roll setup.
For Receipt
• Ensure the paper is fed through the paper outlet in the
roll cover, and tear off the excess paper.
For Journal
• Insert the leading edge of the paper into the slot on the Journal Spool.
• Turn the spool two to three turns as shown.
• Place the Journal Spool on slots. If the paper is loose then turn the spool.
• Refer to initial setup page to program the spool to turn
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Basic Features and Functions
Standard Hardware
•
8 position segment display.
•
38 position keyboard.
•
57mm non thermal, non alpha printer.
•
Key controlled mode lock.
•
100 Price Look Ups (PLUs) for open or preset sales.
•
Up to 5 department keys for open or preset sales.
•
4 Clerks for sales analysis of monies taken.
Software Features
Mode Key
The cash register has a mode lock located on the front right of the cabinet. This is used
to control the operations of the register such as reporting and programming.
OFF
REG
X
OFF
Turns the register off, allowing no sales
REG
Used to enter sales transactions
X
Used to Print and Read financial reports
and declare monies taken
Z
Used to Print and Reset financial report
totals to zero
PGM
Used for program settings such as date
and time.
Z
PGM
S
Note: Keys may be removed from the control lock in the OFF or REG positions.
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Display
The display features fluorescent digits providing the user with information about the
operations of the cash register. During these operations, the register display will show
the following symbols.
1 2 3 4 5 6 .7 8
All these symbols appear in position 1 of the display.
C
Indicates the amount due in change.
=
Indicates the amount displayed is the Total monies
E
Indicates an error, pressing the Clear button will stop the error.
S
Indicates the amount displayed is a Subtotal
Closed
Indicates a clerk is required, press 1,2,3 or 4 followed by the Clerk key
Keyboard
The cash register uses the keyboard shown for all operations, each key is explained in
detail following.
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Key Functions
FEED
0-9
When pressed this advances the printer paper.
These “Number keys” are used to enter the numeric amounts
For Example - Enter 100 for £1
DEPT.1
-5
Department keys are used to sell open or preset items, with
the sales quantities and values recorded per key on the
financial report.
E.g. - DPT1 as FOOD and DPT2 as NON FOOD sales.
X/TIME
Used to display the time by pressing the key whilst in REG
mode or used to sell multiples of the same items.
This key is also the multiplication key in calculator mode.
PO
(-)
Used to register any money paid out and reduce the cash in
drawer total on reports.
This key also acts as the minus key in calculator mode.
RA
(+)
Used to register any money received and increase the cash
in drawer total on reports.
This key also acts as the plus key in calculator mode.
CLERK
PLU
This is used to sign on a clerk for total monies taken.
Enter 1,2,3 or 4 and press the CLERK key to sign on an
operator or press the CLERK key to sign off.
Price Look Up codes 1 to 100 can be used to sell preset or
open priced items.
The sales of these items can be totalled to one of the 5
department keys for reporting purposes.
-
-%, +%
Used to register a minus amount and reduce the sales total.
Used to register a percent discount (-%) or surcharge (+%)
adjustment to the sales total.
It is possible to assign a % rate to the keys to enable preset
discounts or premiums.
VOID
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Pressed immediately after an item sale this will remove the
last item sold from the total.
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Key Functions
RETURN
CLEAR
TAX
This will remove a sales quantity and value from the report when the
key is pressed prior to entering the department sale.
The key is used to clear error tones or numeric entries in addition
this will also clear the time displayed after X/time is pressed
Programming of the tax rates for VAT add on or VAT extraction is
carried out using this key.
Also this key can be used for non UK straight tax as a %+ Manual
Tax Rate
# / NO
SALE
CHEQUE
CHARGE
SUBTOTAL
CASH / TEND
(=)
If a numeric entry is made prior to this key the number is printed on
the receipt as reference number (#).
Alternatively pressing this key outside of a sale acts as a No Sale
and opens the cash drawer.
To finalise the sale as a Cheque payment, and report to a separate
totaliser on the financial report.
To finalise the sale as a Charge payment, and report to a separate
totaliser on the financial report.
When pressed the current total of the sale is displayed.
This can be used prior to a % operation to determine the value to be
adjusted or before finalisation to show the amount due.
When pressed this will open the cash drawer and record the monies
received as cash.
In addition if the value of monies given by the customer is entered,
the change due will be displayed
This key also acts as the equals key in calculator mode
CALC
When pressed this switches the register into calculator mode,
allowing mathematical calculations without reporting any values.
The keys used in calculator mode are :RA (+)
PO (-) X/TIME (x) CASH (=) CLEAR (exits)
RCPT
ON/OFF
When pressed this will toggle the printing from On to Off, stopping all
printing irrespective of receipt or journal settings.
C/CONV
This allows the current sale total to be converted to a different
currency total using the pre-programmed currency rate.
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INITIAL SET UP INSTRUCTIONS
Receipt or Journal Paper Usage
The following sets the paper roll to act as either, a customer receipt or journal audit.
• Ensure the key is in the PGM position
• On the number keys enter
0
0
0
1
For Receipt printing
Or
For Journal printing
SUBTOTAL
• Press the
key and return to the REG position
Setting the Date and Time
The following procedures are used to set the time and date.
To Change the Time
• Ensure the key is in the PGM position
• Type in time (24hr clock) using the number keys i.e. HHMM
• Press the CASH/TEND key and return to the REG position
H
H
M
M
CASH / TEND
(=)
To Change the Date
• Ensure the key is in the PGM position
• Type in using the number keys, the date in 6 digits i.e. MMDDYY
• Press the CHEQUE key and return to the REG position
M
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M
D
D
Y
Y
CHEQUE
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REGISTER MODE
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REGISTER
The following explains the operation of the mode lock whilst in REG.
OFF
REG
X
Z
PG M
S
If an error occurs during operation in this mode, press the CLEAR key to stop the tone
and continue with the operation.
Clerk Operation
The register provides reporting totalisers for operators 1,2,3 and 4 in addition to printing
the clerk number all receipts.
Clerk Sign On
Clerks can be signed on by entering a clerk number followed by the CLERK key.
1
CLERK
Clerk Sign off
Pressing the CLERK key will sign off an operator, this will also set the register to the
CLOSED state preventing any operation.
CLERK
Receipt On / Receipt Off
The paper roll can be either a journal or customer receipt as set within the program
options. The following function will turn off all printing, irrespective of settings.
•
Ensure the key is in REG the position
•
Press the RCPT ON / OFF key to toggle the printing OFF and ON
RECPT
ON/OFF
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No Sale Cash Drawer Open
A No Sale operation opens the cash drawer outside of a sale and the financial report
records the count of the activity
• Ensure the key is in the REG position
• Press the #/NO SALE key
Example Receipt
# / NO
SALE
30-03-10 09-45
HHH. NS
Non Add Reference Number Entry
The #/No Sale key can be used to enter up to a seven digit number, which is printed on
the receipt and journal as a reference.
The reference entry can be made prior or during any operation in the register mode.
This numeric entry will not add to any activity counts or totals.
• Ensure the key is in the REG position
• Enter the reference number
i.e 123 as a docket number
• Press the #/NO SALE key
• Continue with the sale as normal
Example Receipt
30-03-10 09-45
1.23 #
1
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2
3
# / NO
SALE
Etc..
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Department Price Operation
Department keys are used to classify the items sold, reporting the quantities and values
to their own individual totals. Departments are either manual or preset and manual price
items, as set within program mode.
E.g. DEPT.1 for FOOD, DEPT.2 for NON FOOD sales and DEPT.3 for LOTTERY at £1
Manual Example Sale
• Ensure the key is in the REG position
• Type in the price of the item on the number keys without a decimal point
i.e. Enter 200 for £2
• Press the DEPT.1 key to register the item
• Repeat the above for further sales items.
• If change calculation is required enter the value given by the customer
i.e. Enter 500 for £5
• Press the CASH/TEND key to finalise
Example Receipt
30-03-10 09-45
2
0
0
DEPT.1
55
0
0
00
CASH/TEND
(=)
001 #
2.00
5.00 CA
3.00 CG
051-00
1
Preset Example Sale
• Ensure the key is in the REG position
• Press the pre-programmed price DEPT key
i.e. press DEPT.3 which has been preset as 100 (£1) for the lottery
• Repeat the above for further sales items.
• Press the CHARGE key to finalise
Example Receipt
30-03-10 09-45
DEPT.3
CHARGE
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003 #
1.00
1.00 CG
051-00
1
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PLU Price Operation
Price Look Up codes 1 to 100 can be used to classify the items sold either as preset or
open priced items.
The sales of these items can be totalled to one of the five departments for reporting.
E.g. PLU Code 1 for OPEN PRICE SWEETS and Code 2 for ICE POP sales at 50p
Manual Example Sale
• Ensure the key is in the REG position
• Enter the Item Code Number (1 to 100) and press the PLU key
i.e. Enter 1 PLU
• Type in the price of the item on the number keys without a decimal point
i.e. Enter 200 for £2
• Press the PLU key
• Repeat the above for further sales items.
• If change calculation is required enter the value given by the customer
i.e. Enter 500 for £5
• Press the CASH/TEND key to finalise
Example Receipt
1
2
0
0
5
0
0
PLU
PLU
30-03-10 09-45
001 *#
2.00
5.00 CA
3.00 CG
051-00
1
PLU
CASH/TEND
(=)
Preset Example Sale
• Ensure the key is in the REG position
• Enter the Item Code Number (1 to 100) and press the PLU key
i.e. PLU 2 as ICE POP sales which has been preset as 50 (£0.50) is entered 2 PLU
• Repeat the above for further sales items.
• Press the CASH/TEND key to finalise
Example Receipt
30-03-10 09-45
2
PLU
CASH/TEND
(=)
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002 *#
0.50
0.50 CA
051-00
1
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Multiplication Operation
It is possible to sell multiple products by entering the quantity required and pressing the
X/Time Key. The product price will then multiply by the entered quantity.
Manual Department Example
• Ensure the key is in the REG position
• Type in the quantity required and press the X/Time key
i.e. for 15 enter 15 X/Time
• Type in the price of the item on the number keys without a decimal point
i.e. Enter 200 for £2
• Press the DEPT.1 key to register the item
• Repeat the above for further sales items
• Press the CASH/TEND key to finalise
Example Receipt
2
2
1
5
0
0
0
0
X/TIME
DEPT.1
DEPT.
CASH/TEND
(=)
30-03-10 09-45
15 x
2.00
001 #
30.00
30.00 CA
051-00
1
Preset Price Look Up (PLU) Example
• Ensure the key is in the REG position
• Type in the quantity required and press the X/Time key
i.e. for 15 enter 15 X/Time
• Enter the Code number and press the PLU key
I.e. PLU 3 which has been preset as 100 (£1) is entered 3 PLU
• Repeat the above for further sales items
• Press the CASH/TEND key to finalise
Example Receipt
30-03-10 09-45
1
5
X/TIME
3
PLU
CASH/TEND
(=)
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15 x
1.00
001 *#
15.00
15.00 CA
051-00
1
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Department Single Item Operation
Products can be preset to open the cash drawer immediately after the item price has
been recorded. This is set within the product price and tax status programming.
Manual Price Department Example
• Ensure the key is in the REG position
• Type in the price of the item on the number keys without a decimal point
i.e. Enter 200 for £2
• Press the DEPT.1 key to register the item
The cash drawer will open immediately
Example Receipt
30-03-10 09-45
2
0
0
DEPT.1
001 #
2.00
2.00 CA
051-00
1
Preset Department Example
• Ensure the key is in the REG position
• Press the pre-programmed price DEPT key
I.e. Dept 3 which has been preset as 100 (£1) for the lottery
The cash drawer will open immediately
Example Receipt
30-03-10 09-45
DEPT.3
003 #
1.00
1.00 CA
051-00
1
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Percentage (%) Premium or Discount
The % keys can be used to add or subtract a value from either the item retail price or
the whole sale total, depending on the operation.
If the % action is carried out immediately after the item, the % is calculated as part of
the item retail price and values are reported Net
However if the -% action is carried out after the Subtotal key has been pressed, it is
assumed the discount is not item related. The value is then calculated as part of the
whole sale total and reports Gross, unlike the +% which reports the value to the item
Item % - Manual Price Department Example
• Ensure the key is in the REG position
• Type in the price of the item on the number keys without a decimal point
i.e. Enter 500 for £5
• Press the DEPT.1 key to register the item
• Enter the value of the discount or surcharge and press the -% or +% key
i.e. Enter 10 -% for a 10% discount
• Press the SUBTOTAL key to see amount due.
• Press the CASH/TEND key to finalise
Example Receipt
5
0
1
0
0
DEPT.1
-%
SUBTOTAL
30-03-10 09-45
001 #
5.00
-10.000 %-0.50
4.50 CA
051-00
1
CASH/TEND
(=)
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Percentage (%) Premium or Discount
Subtotal % - Manual Price Department Example
• Ensure the key is in the REG position
• Type in the price of the item on the number keys without a decimal point
i.e. Enter 500 for £5.00
• Press the DEPT.1 key to register the item
• Type in the price of the item on the number keys without a decimal point
i.e. Enter 200 for £2
• Press the DEPT.2 key to register the item
• Press the SUBTOTAL key to see amount to be discounted
• Enter the value of the discount or surcharge and press the -% or +% key
i.e. Enter 10 -% for a 10% discount
• Press the SUBTOTAL key to see amount due.
• Press the CASH/TEND key to finalise
Example Receipt
30-03-10 09-45
5
2
0
0
0
0
DEPT.1
DEPT.2
SUBTOTAL
1
0
-%
001 #
5.00
002 #
2.00
-10.000 %-0.70
6.30 CA
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SUBTOTAL
CASH/TEND
(=)
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Minus (-) Key Operation
It is possible to deduct an amount from a sale by entering the required value and
pressing the (-) key.
If the minus action is carried out immediately after the item, the total of the item is
reported net of the minus.
However if the minus action is carried out after the Subtotal key has been pressed it is
assumed not to be related to the item, and the item value reports Gross.
The item discount can also be entered with a preceding quantity multiplier. This would
allow the user to present more than one voucher per item
For example, multiple 10p vouchers requires the user to enter 5 x 10p
i.e. 5 X/Time would be pressed prior to the minus value.
Manual Price Department Example
• Ensure the key is in the REG position
• Type in the price of the item on the number keys without a decimal point
i.e. Enter 500 for £5
• Press the DEPT.1 key to register the item
• Enter the value of the minus and press the (–) minus key
i.e. Enter 200 for £2
• Press the SUBTOTAL key to see amount due.
• Press the CASH/TEND key to finalise
Example Receipt
5
2
0
0
0
0
DEPT.1
SUBTOTAL
30-03-10 09-45
001 #
5.00
-2.00 3.00 CA
051-00
1
CASH/TEND
(=)
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Merchandise Return Operation
The Return key can be used within or outside of an existing sale to record the following
item as a negative. This function can be used when customers return goods for refund.
Return - Manual Price Department Example
• Ensure the key is in the REG position
• Press the RETURN key
• Type in the price of the item on the number keys without a decimal point
i.e. Enter 100 for £1
• Press the DEPT.1 key to register the item
• Press the CASH/TEND key to finalise
Example Receipt
RETURN
1
0
30-03-10 09-45
HHH RF
001 #
1.00
- 1.00 CA
051-00
1
DEPT.1
0
CASH/TEND
(=)
Voiding Last Item (VOID)
The Void key can be used within an existing sale to correct the last item sold, with a
pre-entered value to remove one manually priced item within the sale
Pressing the void key immediately after the sale of an item will remove the value.
Correcting the Last Item - Manual Price Department Example
• Ensure the key is in the REG position
• Type in the price of the item on the number keys without a decimal point
i.e. Enter 200 for £2
• Press the DEPT.1 key to register the item
• Press the VOID key to remove the last item sold
• Continue with the sale.
Example Receipt
2
0
0
DEPT.1
VOID
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001 #
2.00
HHH. VD
001 #
-2.00
001 #
1.00
1.00 CA
051-00
1
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Tendering Operation
The register allows payment to be made either as Cash, Charge or Cheque with each
reporting independently to the financial report.
Change Calculation – Manual Price Department Example
• Ensure the key is in the REG position
• Type in the price of the item on the number keys without a decimal point
i.e. Enter 200 for £2
• Press the DEPT.1 key to register the item
• Repeat the above for further items
• If change calculation is required, enter the value given by the customer
i.e. Enter 500 for £5
• Press the CASH/TEND key to finalise and display the change due.
Example Receipt
2
5
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0
0
0
0
DEPT.1
CASH/TEND
(=)
30-03-10 09-45
001 #
2.00
5.00 CA
3.00 CG
051-00
1
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Tendering Operation
It is possible to split a transaction value into multiple methods of payment i.e. Cash and
Charge, also to calculate the amount of change due to the customer on cash payments.
Partial Tender – Manual Price Department Example
• Ensure the key is in the REG position
• Type in the price of the item on the number keys without a decimal point
i.e. Enter 2000 for £20.00
• Press the DEPT.1 key to register the item
• Press the SUBTOTAL key to display the value due
• Enter the value of monies paid by charge and press the CHARGE key
i.e. Enter 500 CHARGE for £5
• Enter the value of monies paid by cash and press the CASH/TEND key
i.e. Enter 1500 CASH/TEND for £15
Example Receipt
30-03-10 09-45
2
0
0
0
DEPT.1
SUBTOTAL
1
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5
0
0
CHARGE
5
0
0
CASH/TEND
(=)
001 #
20.00
20.00 TA
5.00 CG
15.00 TA
15.00 CA
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Received on Account (RA) Operation
It is possible to register monies added to the cash drawer which do not relate to a sale
i.e. the amount of float added in to the drawer at the start of the day
• Ensure the key is in the REG position
• Type in the received value on the number keys without a decimal point
i.e. Enter 700 for £7
• Press the RA button to register the monies received
Example Receipt
7
0
0
RA
(+)RA
30-03-10 09-45
7.00 RA
051-00
1
Paid Out Monies (PO) Operation
It is possible to register monies removed from the cash drawer which do not relate to a
sale i.e. the amount of monies paid out to a window cleaner etc.
• Ensure the key is in the REG position
• Type in the paid out value on the number keys without a decimal point
i.e. Enter 800 for £8
• Press the PO button to register the monies paid out
Example Receipt
8
0
0
PO
(-)
30-03-10 09-45
8.00 PO
051-00
1
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Currency Conversion Operation
It is possible for the current sale total to be converted to a new total as a foreign
currency using the pre-programmed currency rate.
The item sales will be entered in the home currency, the value due converted to foreign
currency and tender taken, any change given will be in the home currency.
• Ensure the key is in the REG position
• Type in the price of the item on the number keys without a decimal point
i.e. Enter 100 for £1.00
• Press the DEPT.1 key to register the item
• Press the SUBTOTAL key to display the value due.
• Press the C/CONV key to see the value converted to the programmed currency rate.
• Enter the value of monies paid by foreign cash and press CASH/TEND
i.e. Enter 2000 CASH/TEND for $20
1
0
0
DEPT.1
SUBTOTAL
C/CONV
2
0
0
0
CASH/TEND
(=)
30-03-10 09-45
001 #
1.00
1.00 TA
1.58 @
20.00 AT
12.66 PO
11.66 CG
051-00
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1
Calculator Operation
The register will also act as a calculator, during this operation values are not added into
the sales totals and the register operates as a simple calculator
Example Calculator
• Ensure the key is in the REG position
• Press the CALC key to enter the calculator mode
• Use the calculator functions as required.
RA
(+)
Is the Plus Function
PO
(-)
Is the Minus Function
X/Time
(X)
Is the Multiplication Function
CASH /TEND
(=)
Is the Equals Function
• Press CLEAR to quit the calculator operation
Example Calculator
100 + 200 = 300
- 150 = 150
x 100 = 15000
CALC
1
0
0
2
0
0
RA
(+)
CASH/TEND
(=)
PO
(-)
1
5
0
CASH/TEND
(=)
X/
Time
1
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0
0
CASH/TEND
(=)
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REPORTS MODE
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REPORTING
The register has two reporting modes –
OFF
REG
X
X to Print reports
Z
Z to Print and Reset report data
PGM
S
The following table below shows the report selections available
To print a report
• Ensure the key is in either X to Print reports or Z to Print and Reset
• Press the required key for the report
i.e. Cash/Tend for a financial report.
• Once the report has finished return to the REG position.
Mode Lock
Key press
AMOUNT -
X - Only
X - Read
SUBTOTAL
CASH/TEND
(=)
Report Printed
Enter cash in drawer amount for
comparison of actual with theoretical
monies taken.
Financial Report
Z - Reset
X - Read
CHARGE
Department and Linked PLU sales
Z - Reset
X - Read
CLERK
Clerk total monies taken
VOID
Financial Period Gross and Net totals
Z – Reset
X - Read
Z - Reset
X - Read
CHEQUE
Period to date totals
Z - Reset
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Cash Declaration
It is possible to enter the actual monies in drawer amount prior to printing any reports
This actual value is then compared to the theoretical Cash in Drawer and the difference
printed, alongside the actual cash.
This can be made compulsory prior to all reports with a program setting
To Enter Actual Monies
• Ensure the key is in REG position
• Press the NO SALE key to open cash drawer
• Count the actual sum of cash
• Ensure the key is in X position
• Type on the number keys the total amount of monies in the drawer
i.e. Enter 7000 CASH/TEND for £70.00
• Press the SUBTOTAL key
• The X or Z reports can then be taken as required.
Sample Receipt
30-03-10 10-33
70.00CA
70.26AT
-0.26
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Total actual monies entered
Total theoretical cash in drawer
This is the difference
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Example Financial Daily Report
Example Financial Report
• Ensure the key is in either X to print or Z to print and reset totals
• Press
CASH / TEND
(=)
30-01-10
14-30
1
Z
54.00TX1
2.08TX1
19.00TX2
1.07TX2
3.00TX3
0.22TX3
3.00TX4
0.22TX4
0.54%0.30%+
-7.50 -
Taxable 1 Total
Tax 1 Total
Taxable 2 Total
Tax 2 Total
Taxable 3 Total
Tax 3 Total
Taxable 4 Total
Tax 4 Total
-% Total
+% Total
(-) Total
188.26*1
Net Sales Total
-2.00RF
-3.00VD
198.00*2
Return Merchandise Total
Void Total
Gross Sales Total
018 #
183.26CA
5.00CH
0.00CG
Customer Counter
Cash Total
Cheque Total
Charge Total
7.00RA
5.00PO
184.26AT
001 NS
•••••••••
198.00*3
064−01 1
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Date, Time
Z Counter, Mode key position
Received On Account
Paid Out
Cash In Drawer
No Sale Counter
Grand Total
Receipt No., Machine No., Clerk No.
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Example Department Report
• Ensure the key is in either X to print or Z to print and reset totals
• Press
CHARGE
02-01-10
14-30
1 X
Date, Time
Z Counter, Mode Key Position
001 #
0.03 @
19.00
Department Number
Department Counter
Total
002 #
0.02 @
29.00
Department Number
Department Counter
Total
016 #
0.05 @
20.00
Department Number
Department Counter
Total
064−
−01
1
Receipt No., Machine No., Clerk No.
Example Clerk Report
• Ensure the key is in either X to print or Z to print and reset totals
• Press
CLERK
02-01-10
14-30
1 X
25.00
30.00
59.00
100.00
1
2
3
4
064−
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Date, Time
Z Counter, Mode Key Position
Net Sales of Clerk 1
Net Sales of Clerk 2
Net Sales of Clerk 3
Net Sales of Clerk 4
Receipt No., Machine No., Clerk No.
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Example Financial Period Report
• Ensure the key is in either X to print or Z to print and reset totals
VOID
• Press
02-01-10
Date, Time
Z Counter, Mode Key Position
14-30
1 X
Net Sales Total
Gross Sales Total
188.26 * 1
198.00 * 2
064−
−01
Receipt No., Machine No., Clerk No.
1
Example Period to Date Report
Shown below is how to print the Period-To-Date report and an example
• Ensure the key is in either X to print or Z to print and reset totals
• Press the
02-01-10
CHEQUE
10-33
1 *Z
Date, Time
Z Counter, Mode Key Position
P-T-D Grand Total
Receipt No., Machine No., Clerk No.
425.71 *4
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Example Calculations
Below are listed the common calculations shown on the previous report.
.
Value
*1 –
NET SALES TOTAL
*2 –
GROSS SALES TOTAL
*3 –
GRAND TOTAL
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Explanation
Sales of all Department keys 1 to 5
Sales of all Price Look Up items
Tax Total (Add on or manual tax only)
Sum of all Returns
Sum of all Premium (+%)
Sum of all Discounts (-%)
Sum of all Minus Amounts (−)
Sales of all Department keys 1 to 5
+ Sales of all Price Look Up items
+ Tax Total (Add on or manual tax only)
Gross Sales Total
+ Previous Grand Total
+
+
−
+
−
−
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PROGRAM MODE
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TRAINING MODE
The cash register has a training option which allows sales to be made without adjusting
any report totals.
This allows for staff training with full register functionality without any training sales
adding to the report values.
Start Training
• Ensure the key is in the PGM position
• On the number keys type 1 and press the CHARGE key
• Return the key to REG and begin trading in training mode
Note :- No reports are updated whilst in training mode
1
CHARGE
End Training
• Ensure the key is in the PGM position
• On the number keys type 0 and press the CHARGE key
• Return the key to REG
0
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CHARGE
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Programming
The following outlines how to change the pre-programmed system settings with the
mode key in the PGM position. This program information is stored whilst the power is
off using the AA batteries fitted.
OFF
REG
X
Z
PGM
S
Receipt or Journal and Tax Print options
This option sets whether the paper will be given to the customer as a receipt or wound
onto a spool as journal.
In addition this controls whether programmed tax is printed on the customer receipt
To Change Settings
•
Insert the key stamped C and turn to the PGM position
•
On the number keys type in the answer to question a
This is usually set to 0 to print tax
•
On the number keys type in the answer to question b
This is either 0 for Receipts or 1 for Journal
•
Press the SUBTOTAL key and return to the REG position
a
Answer
a
b
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1
0
1
b
SUBTOTAL
Question
= Print Tax Details
= Do not print Tax
= Receipt Printer
= Journal Printer
Explanation
If Tax rates are programmed, when this
option is set to 0 the tax information will
print on the customer receipt.
When set to 0 the printer will issue
customer receipts, when set to 1 the paper
winds onto the spool as a journal
Note :- Pressing the RCPT ON/OFF key in
REG mode can be used to stop all printing.
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Tax and Country Setting
This option sets the correct number of decimal places for the country of use.
In addition this controls the method of tax, i.e. whether tax is included or added to the
retail price of goods sold.
To Change Settings
•
Insert the key stamped C and turn to the PGM position
•
On the number keys type in the answer to question a
This is usually 0 for 2 decimal places in the UK
•
On the number keys type in the answer to question b
This is usually 0 for price inclusive Vat
•
Press the X/TIME key and return the key to the REG position
a
Answer
a
b
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X/TIME
b
Question
0
= 2 decimal
1
2
3
= no decimal
= 1 decimal
= 3 decimal
0
= VAT included in Price
= Vat added to price
= External tax (non uk)
1
2
Explanation
This is the number of decimal places for the
currency for the country of use.
This would be 0 for the UK
This sets how programmed tax rates will be
applied to retail prices.
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Tax Rate Programming
The following allows the pre-programming of four tax numbers with rates
i.e. Tax 1 as 17.5% and Tax 2 could 0.00%
The department sales keys and Price Look Up codes are then linked to tax numbers
allowing the calculation of various VAT amounts based on the sales values entered.
To Change Settings
•
Insert the key stamped C and turn to the PGM position
•
On the number keys type in the answer to question a
This would be value for the first tax rate i.e. 17500 for 17.5%
•
On the number keys type in the answer to question b
This would tax number i.e. Tax 1 @ 17.5% and Tax 2 @ 0%
•
Press the TAX key and return the key to the REG position
a
a
a
Answer
a
b
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Question
a
b
TAX
Explanation
Tax rate to be set to the tax
number
This would be value for the first tax rate i.e.
17500 for 17.5%
1
= Tax 1
2
= Tax 2
This sets which Tax number the rate will be
applied to i.e.
3
= Tax 3
Rate 1 set as 17.5%
4
= Tax 4
Rate 2 set as 0.00%
Rate i.e
17500
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Price and Tax Settings
Sales made using the Dept 1 to 5 keys or by using the Price Look Up codes 1 to 100
are totalled to one of the five department keys for reporting and tax calculation.
These sales can be made using either a preset price or as a manual price entry.
Dept.1 – 5 keys - Price and Tax setting
• Insert the key stamped C and turn to the PGM position
• On the number keys type in price as represented by a
i.e. Enter 1072 for £10.72
• On the number keys type in the Tax 1 to 4 (or 0 for no tax) as the answer b
i.e.. 1 to be referenced for the VAT rate to be applied tax number 1
• Press DEPT 1 to 5 key,
• Repeat the above for further keys if required.
• Return the key to the REG position
a
a
a
a
a
---------------------------------- Price -----------------------------------------
DEPT.1
b
Tax
No
Price Look Up (PLU) code – Price and Tax Setting
• Insert the key stamped C and turn to the PGM position
• On the number keys type in PLU code 1 to 100 as represented by xxx
• Press the PLU key
i.e. For PLU item 13 enter 13 PLU
• On the number keys type in price as represented by a
i.e. Enter 1072 for £10.72
• On the number keys type in the Tax 1 to 4 (or 0 for no tax) as the answer b
i.e. 1 to be referenced for the VAT rate to be applied tax number 1
• Press the PLU key, repeat the above for further PLUs if required.
•
Return the key to the REG position
•
If in addition to monies reporting sales analysis to one of five departments
categories is required then continue with PLU linking to a departments.
x
-----------Code
a
x
x
PLU
1 to 100-------------
a
a
a
a
b
---------------------------------- Price---------------------------------------- Tax
PLU
No
Note – For both PLUs and Departments, if using Single item (i.e. cashed off immediately after sale) then
the Tax number is increased by 5 – i.e 6 is tax 1 and single item operation.
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PLU linking to Department
When a Price Look Up is sold, the monies are reported to the financial totalisers. The
following provides additional reporting with the option for sales totals to be summed to
one of the five departments. This allows the product sales to be categorised.
For Example all Food PLU Sales may be set to total to Department 1 and all Non Food
PLU sales to Department 2.
To Change Settings
•
Insert the key stamped C and turn to the PGM position
•
On the number keys type in PLU code 1 to 100 as represented by xxx
•
Press the PLU key
i.e. for PLU item 13 enter 13 PLU
•
Press the DEPT key to which the PLU sales will be recorded.
•
Repeat the above for further PLU’s if required.
•
Return the key to the REG position
x
x
x
PLU
DEPT.1
to 5
------------ Code 1 to 100 ------------
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Setting the Register Number
The register number is printed on the receipt and used to identify the sales receipts and
reports for the individual registers.
• Ensure the key is in the PGM position
• Enter the register number up to 2 digits
i.e. for 12 for register number 12
• Press the NO SALE key and return the key to the REG position
x
# / NO
SALE
x
--Till
Number --
Setting the +% and -% key
The +% and -% can be programmed with a preset rate. This can then adjust the sale
total accordingly.
• Ensure the key is in the PGM position
• On the number keys type in the rate with 3 decimal places
i.e. for 10% enter 10000
• Press the +% or -% and return the key to the REG position
x
x
x
---------------------------- Rate
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x
x
+% or
-%
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Option settings 1
The register operation can be tailored using the following options. For each option set
there are five questions answered by entering 0 or 1.
The five choices a,b,c,d,e for each option must be answered at the same time. This
results in a five digit entry of 0’s and 1’s followed by the RA (+) key.
To Change Settings
• Ensure the key is in the PGM position
• On the number keys type in the answer for question a
i.e. enter 0 for normal reports or 1 to force cash count entry before reports
• On the number keys type in the answer for question b
i.e. enter 0 to print all unused report totals or 1 to skip zero value lines
• On the number keys type in the answer for question c
i.e. enter 0 to print one financial report or 1 to print two copies
• On the number keys type in the answer for question d
i.e. enter 0 to print all corrections and Gross on reports or 1 to not print
• On the number keys type in the answer for question e
i.e. enter 0 not to print the subtotal key presses or 1 to print subtotal
• Press the RA key and return the key to the REG position
a
b
Answer
a
b
c
d
e
c
d
Question
*0
None Compulsory Declaration
1
Compulsory Declaration
0
Print items with 0 values
*1
Do not print items with 0 values
*0
1
*0
e
RA
(+)
Explanation
This programs the register to prevent the
printing of financial reports unless the
operator enters the actual monies taken
i.e. “Compulsory Declaration”
This then provides a comparison between
the actual and theoretical monies
This option sets if unused functions are
printed on reports with a zero or not
printed at all.
Print a single copy of the Z report
Automatically print two copies of
the Z report
Print Returns / Voids and Gross
Total on reports
1
Do Not Print Returns/ Voids and
Gross Totals
0
Print Subtotal when key pressed
*1
Do not print the Subtotal
It is possible to have a second copy of the
Z report printed automatically.
This removes the refund / void and gross
totals from the printed financial reports.
This set is the Subtotal value is printed
when the key is pressed.
* indicates default setting
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Option settings 2
The register operation can be tailored using the following options. For each option set
there are five questions answered by entering 0 or 1.
The five choices a,b,c,d,e for each option must be answered at the same time. This
results in a five digit entry of 0’s and 1’s followed by the PO (-) key.
To Change Settings
• Ensure the key is in the PGM position
• On the number keys type in the answer for question a
I.e. enter 0 to print report Grand Total or 1 not to print
• On the number keys type in the answer for question b
I.e. enter 0 to keep running Grand Total or 1 to reset after Z clear Financial Report
• On the number keys type in the answer for question c
I.e. enter 0 for a running Report Counter or 1 to reset after Z clear Financial Report
• On the number keys type in the answer for question d
I.e. enter 0 for a running Receipt No. or 1 to reset after Z clear Financial Report
• On the number keys type in the answer for question e
I.e. enter 0 to print date and time or 1 not to print date and time
• Press the PO key and return the key to the REG position
a
b
Answer
a
b
c
d
e
c
d
Question
e
PO
(-)
Explanation
*0
Print running Grand Total
The register has a GT (Grand Total) which
increases with each sale
1
Do not print the Grand Total
This sets if this Grand total is to be printed
on the Financial report
*0
Do not reset the Grand Total after
Z Report
Every time a Z reset financial report is
printed the Grand Total Increases.
1
Reset the Grand Total after every
Z report
This option sets if the Grand Total is reset
back to 0.00 every time a Z clear financial
report is printed
*0
Do not reset the report Counter
after Z report
1
Reset the Counter after Z report
This option sets if the report counter is reset
back to 1 every time a Z clear financial
report is printed
*0
Do not reset the receipt
consecutive number after Z report
Every time the register prints a receipt the
receipt counter increases.
1
Reset the receipt number after
every Z Report
This option sets if the receipt counter is
reset back to 1 every time a Z clear financial
report is printed
*0
Print Date and Time
1
Do Not Print
Every time a Z reset financial report is
printed the report counter increases.
This sets if the time and date are printed on
the receipt or journal.
* indicates default setting
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Currency Conversion Rate
The cash sale total can be converted into a foreign currency, by pressing the C/CONV
key after the Subtotal key.
The item sales will be entered in the home currency, the value due converted and
tender taken, any change given will be in the home currency.
The following sets the rate for the foreign currency to the C/CONV key.
To Change Settings
• Ensure the key is in the PGM position
• On the number keys type in the rate as for answer a
i.e. for 1.58 enter 158, leading zero’s are not required.
• On the number keys type in the number of decimals in the
exchange rate for answer b
i.e. for 1.58 enter 2
• Press the C/CONV key and return the key to the REG position
a
a
a
a
a
b
C/CONV
------------------------------------- Rate ------------------------------------- Decimal
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MAINTENANCE
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Factory Reset
WARNING – This will clear all sales and programming.
This procedure has been done prior to shipment and need not be carried out as part of
the initial setup
•
Insert the key stamped C in to the mode lock, and turn the
key to one position past PGM to S not shown on the mode lock
• Power OFF and press the
key power ON
REG
X
Z
00
and while still pressing the
PGM
S
•
The register prints “HH..” to indicate a successful reset
•
Turn the mode key to the REG position.
•
At the CLOSED prompt enter
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OFF
1
on the number keys and press
CLERK
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Recommendations
Shown below are common recommendations regarding the care of this cash register.
Replace the three AA batteries every 12 months.
Be certain that the AC cord poses no danger of accidental tripping and that it is
inserted firmly into the outlet.
Use no chemicals or abrasives while cleaning cabinet or keyboard.
Do not pull or hold the paper while the register is printing.
Avoid excess dust and extreme temperatures.
Replacing the Batteries
It is recommended the three AA batteries are replaced every 12 months
• Remove the printer cover
• Ensure three AA batteries have been fitted in the battery compartment at the base
of the roll housing
Replacing the Ink Roller
The ink roller is a one-use article; re-inking the roller can cause damage to the printer
and void warranty. When the print becomes faint, replace the ink roller as follows.
•
Remove the old roller by lifting it out using the lever on the left-hand side
•
Fit the new ink roller completely into the space as shown.
•
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Specification
Below are shown the technical specifications for this product.
Specification
DIMENSIONS
DRAWER
MODE KEY
KEYBOARD
PRINTER
Reg. Size
280 mmW × 360 mmL × 215 mmH
Size
320 mmW × 420 mmL × 95 mmH
Lock switch
Key
Positions
6 (OFF, R, X, Z, PGM, S)
Receipt on / off
by keyboard
Type
Rubber contact type
Number of keys
38
Keystroke buffer
15
Model #
M−42v
Stations
1
Paper
Single ply (57.5 mm) none thermal
Copy
None
Print speed
2.2 line / second (7 Column printing)
Capacity
8 digits
Symbols
5 (E, C, -, =, S)
Input
AC local voltage ±10%,50 / 60 hz
Consumption
Standby : 2w, max : 8w
Memory back-up
60 days (battery dependant)
Battery
3x AA batteries.
DISPLAY
POWER
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