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ER-150II

Electronic Cash Register

Programming & Operation

Manual

©

2007, CRS, Inc.

M-ER150II Version 1.1

All specifications are object to change without notice.

CRS, Inc.

Limited Warranty and Disclaimers of Warranty

This manual has been developed by CRS, Inc. It is intended for the use of its customers and service personnel and should be read in its entirety before attempting to install, use or program the product(s).

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Revision 2.0 - April 1, 2005

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WARNING - U.S.

THIS EQUIPMENT GENERATES, USES AND CAN RADIATE RADIO

FREQUENCY ENERGY, AND IF NOT INSTALLED AND USED IN ACCORDANCE

WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL, MAY CAUSE INTERFERENCE TO RADIO

COMMUNICATIONS. IT HAS BEEN TESTED AND FOUND TO COMPLY WITH

THE LIMITS FOR A CLASS A COMPUTING DEVICE PURSUANT TO SUBPART J

OF PART 15 OF FCC RULES WHICH ARE DESIGNED TO PROVIDE

REASONABLE PROTECTION AGAINST SUCH INTERFERENCE WHEN

OPERATED IN A COMMERCIAL ENVIRONMENT. OPERATIONS OF THE

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.

NOTICE - CANADA

THIS APPARATUS COMPLIES WITH THE CLASS “A” LIMITS FOR RADIO

INTERFERENCE AS SPECIFIED IN THE CANADIAN DEPARTMENT OF

COMMUNICATIONS RADIO INTERFERENCE REGULATIONS.

CET APPAREIL EST CONFORME AUX NORMES CLASS “A” D’INTERFERENCE

RADIO TEL QUE SPECIFIER PAR MINISTRE CANADIEN DES

COMMUNICATIONS DANS LES REGLEMENTS D’INTERFERENCE RADIO.

ATTENTION

The product that you have purchased may contain a battery that may be recyclable. At the end of its useful life, under various state and local laws, it may be illegal to dispose of the battery into the municipal waste system.

Check with your local solid waste officials for details concerning recycling options or proper disposal.

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Table of Contents

Initial Set-up Instructions

7

Unpack the Cash Register

Load Paper

For Receipt Only

For Journal Only

Replacing the Ink Roller

Clear Random Access Memory (RAM) and Initialize Cash Register 9

Tax Rate Programming 9

Entering a Straight Percentage Tax Rate

Department Status

9

10

To Program Department Status 10

7

7

8

8

8

ER-150II Features

11

Mode Switch 11

Display 11

Keyboard 12

Calculator Functions 12

Key Functions 13

Programming 14

Setting the Decimal Point

Department Status

To Program Department Status

Tax Programming

Entering a Straight Percentage Tax Rate

Formulating a Tax Table

Entering the Tax Table

Setting the Percent (%) Key

Minus (-) Key Programming

Setting the Machine Number

Setting Receipt Print or Journal Print

System Options

Step One of System Option Programming

Step Two of System Option Programming

Setting the Date

Mode Switch Password Programming

To Establish or Change the Secret Code

To Log on the Secret Code

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19

20

20

16

16

18

19

14

15

15

16

20

21

21

22

22

22

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Operation Examples

23

No Sale

Non Add (Reference) Number Entries

Department Entries

23

23

23

Multiple Item Department Entry

Single Item Department Entry

Minus (

−) Key Operation

Percent Discount Operation (%)

Refund Procedure

Voiding Entries

24

24

Payment Procedures 25

Cash 25

23

23

24

24

Charge 25

Splitting Payment between Cash & Charge 25

Tax Shift Procedure

Received On Account (RA) Operation

26

26

Paid Out (PO) Operation 26

Management Reports and Balancing

27

Cash Declaration

Sample Financial Report

27

28

System Balancing Equations 29

Maintenance 29

Specifications 30

Dimensions 30

Drawer 30

Mode Key 30

Keyboard 30

Printer 30

Display 30

Power 30

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Initial Set-up Instructions

The following instructions aid in the initial set-up of the ER-150II

Electronic Cash Register.

Unpack the Cash Register

1. Un-box and unwrap the cash register.

2. The following items should be included in the box:

• 1 roll of register paper

• 1 take-up spindle (for journal tape)

Load Paper

1. Cut or tear the end of the register tape evenly to insure proper feeding through the printer.

2. Place paper roll in paper compartment, with leading edge of roll towards the rear of the register, and feed the end of the roll into the printer through the paper guide.

3. Press the FEED key until the paper begins to advance through the printer. If the paper refuses to feed through the printer, make certain the end of the tape is square and that it is routed properly.

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For Receipt Only

1. Pass paper through the receipt window of printer cover. Replace over printer compartment.

For Journal Only

2. Route paper over the top of the paper guide and insert in the slot of the take-up spool.

3. Press the

FEED″ key to wind paper securely on the spool.

4. Replace printer cover.

Replacing the Ink Roller

Ink rollers are disposable, and should not be re-inked. Re-inking can cause damage to the printer. To replace the Ink Roller:

1. Remove the old roller by lifting straight up on the lever located on the left side of the printer.

Lever

2. Place the new roller in position (handle to the left) and snap it into place by pressing it straight down.

5

6

6

2

2

1

1

4

5

3

3

4

4

5

3

2

1

6

8

Clear Random Access Memory (RAM) and

Initialize Cash Register

1. Before plugging register in, place mode switch in P position.

2. Connect the AC plug into a power outlet while pressing the

C

and

00 keys.

3. RAM is now cleared of all memory and the register prints a line of decimals (

″........″).

NOTE: This is a one time only procedure to be performed after the battery is first installed. DO NOT CLEAR RAM ONCE

THE REGISTER IS PROGRAMMED OR PROGRAMS AND

TOTALS

Tax Rate Programming

The ER-150II may be programmed to tax items at either a straight percentage tax rate, or a tax table.

Entering a Straight Percentage Tax Rate

The ER-150II will accept a 5 digit tax rate, with the decimal point fixed at three places (00.000). If your area taxes goods based on a straight percentage, enter the rate in the following manner.

1. Place mode switch in P position.

2. Press 1 and then enter the five digit tax rate.

3. Press TAX.

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Examples:

1

1

0 5 0 0 0

0

Enter 05000 for 5% Tax Rate

6 5 0 0

Enter 06500 for 6.5% Tax Rate

TAX

TAX

Department Status

You have the following department options:

• Departments can be taxable or non-taxable. Tax is added automatically when taxable items are registered.

• Departments can be single item. Single items departments finalize immediately after an item is registered and are typically used for popular one-item transactions, such as a ticket or a soft drink.

To Program Department Status

1. Place mode switch in P position.

2. Determine the department status digit from the chart below.

3. Enter the department status digit and press DPT1 or DPT2.

Department Status Digit Values:

0

Normal Department; Non-Taxable

1

Normal Department; Taxable

2

Single Item Department; Non-Taxable

3

Single Item Department; Taxable

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ER-150II Features

Mode Switch

Slide the mode switch to the desired position:

OFF Move the switch to OFF to . No operations can take place when in the off position.

R Move the switch to R (Register) for normal registrations.

X Move the switch to X to read mode for financial and

Cash In Drawer reports. Totals are NOT reset to zero.

Z

Move the switch to Z to reset financial and Cash In

Drawer reports. All totals return to zero.

P Move the switch to P to program the register.

Display

The operator display features a nine place digital display providing the operator with information while operating the cash register. During operations, the display will show the following symbols. All these symbols appear in the left-most position of the display.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7.8 9

C : Indicates the amount displayed is due in change to the customer.

= : Indicates the amount displayed is the amount due total.

- : Indicates the amount displayed is a negative amount.

E : Indicates an error condition. Press

C″ key to clear.

S : Indicates the amount displayed is a subtotal.

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Keyboard

FEED RA

(+)

PO

X/RF

(X)

(-)

7 8 9

TAX #/NS

%

4 5 6

CALC CH

VD

1 2 3

DPT2

C

0 00 .

DPT1

Calculator Functions

Press CALC to enter calculator mode:

• Use the RA as the plus key (to add).

• Use the as the minus key (to subtract).

• Use the X/RF as the multiply key.

• Use the CASH as the = (equal) key.

Examples:

SUB

TOTAL

CASH

(=)

10 + 20 = 30

100 – 20 = 80

100 – 20 + 50 = 130

CALC, 1, 0, RA, 2, 0, CASH

CALC, 1, 0, 0, , 2, 0, CASH

CALC, 1, 0, 0, , 2, 0, RA, 5, 0, CASH

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Key Functions

FEED

0 - 9, 00

DPT1

DPT2

X/RF

PO

Advances paper in printer.

Numeric keypad for entering amounts.

Departments 1 and 2 allow the user to classify items into two categories, each with its own total and tax status.

Used for multiplication entry (X), or to refund sales amounts for merchandise returns.

Used to register money Paid Out of the cash drawer.

Registers amounts Received on Account. RA

%

Registers dollar amount markdowns, or coupons tendered.

VD

C

TAX

Used to register percentage discount on items or the sale total. A set rate may be programmed, or variable rates entered when no automatic rate is set. The decimal is set at two places (00.00).

For voiding entries before a sale is finalized.

Clears incorrect entries made on the numeric keys, or silences the error tone after entry errors.

Used to program the tax rate in P mode. Also reverses the tax status when pressed after the amount, and before the department key. (Nontaxable department add tax, taxable department forgive tax, this item only.)

#/NS Used to print a reference number (#) on the receipt or journal, or to open the cash drawer outside of a sale (No

Sale).

CH

CHarge tender key. Keeps a separate total from cash sales.

SUBTOTAL Display the transaction subtotal, including tax.

CASH Finalizes sales paid in cash and calculates change due.

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Programming

See “Initial Set-up Instructions” on page 7 when only basic setup and programming is required.

This section contains all register programming options. Read this entire section carefully in order to program you register to best fit your individual needs.

All programming is done with the mode switch in the P position.

Setting the Decimal Point

• Enter 0 and press the ″X/RF″ key for 2-digit decimal (0.00).

• Enter 1 and press the ″X/RF″ key for 0-digit decimal (000.).

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Department Status

You have the following department options:

• Departments can be taxable or non-taxable. Tax is added automatically when taxable items are registered.

• Departments can be single item. Single items departments finalize immediately after an item is registered and are typically used for popular one-item transactions, such as a ticket or a soft drink.

To Program Department Status

1. Place mode switch in P position.

2. Determine the department status digit from the chart below.

3. Enter the department status digit and press DPT1 or DPT2.

Department Status Digit Values:

0

Normal Department; Non-Taxable

1

Normal Department; Taxable

2

Single Item Department; Non-Taxable

3

Single Item Department; Taxable

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Tax Programming

The ER-150II may be programmed to tax items at either a straight percentage tax rate, or on based on a tax table.

Entering a Straight Percentage Tax Rate

The ER-150II will accept a 5 digit tax rate, with the decimal point fixed at three places (00.000). If your area taxes goods based on a straight percentage, enter the rate in the following manner.

1. Place mode switch in P position.

2. Press 1 and then enter the five digit tax rate.

3. Press TAX.

Examples:

1

0 5 0 0 0

Enter 05000 for 5% Tax Rate

1

0 6 5 0 0

Enter 06500 for 6.5% Tax Rate

TAX

TAX

Formulating a Tax Table

In some locales where taxes do not follow straight percentage rates, it is necessary to enter the tax table.

Before beginning tax table programming, obtain a local tax chart and determine tax breaks for your area.

Determine the lowest amount to be taxed, and the amount of tax that is added at that point (some areas add .05 at the first breakpoint). Next determine the tax break points by checking the chart for the highest amount allowed before each penny of tax is added. The difference between the high amounts (before each penny is added) determine the tax break point.

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As break points are determined, a pattern will appear. Once the pattern has developed, it is repeated for all remaining amounts. However, the first few break points will not fit this pattern. They are referred to as nonrepeat breaks.

The ER-150II allows for 20 breakpoints to establish repeated tax break pattern. The following example is for an Illinois 4% tax.

TAX

AMOUNT

0

1

RANGE

.00 - .12

.13 - .31

BREAK

POINT

19

COMMENTS

First taxable amount = .13

Difference between .12 & .31

2

3

.32 - .54

.55 - .81

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27

Difference between .31 & .54

Difference between .54 & .81

4

5

6

.82 - 1.08

1.09 - 1.37

1.38 - 1.62

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29

25

Difference between .81 & 1.08

Difference between 1.08 & 1.37

Repeating breakpoints begin

10

2.38

⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅

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1

Entering the Tax Table

1

Before beginning, you must evaluate your tax table as shown in the example for the 4% Illinois tax table above. Should you make a mistake in entering the break points, depress the

C″ key to clear and re-enter the table from the beginning.

3 TAX LOWEST AMOUNT CHARGED TAX

1 TAX AMOUNT OF FIRST TAX ADDED

9 TAX FIRST NON-REPEAT TAX BREAK

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

3 TAX NEXT NON-REPEAT TAX BREAK

7 TAX NEXT NON-REPEAT TAX BREAK

7 TAX NEXT NON-REPEAT TAX BREAK

9 TAX LAST NON-REPEAT TAX BREAK

CH

SIGNALS END OF NON-REPEAT,

5 TAX REPEAT BREAKPOINT

5 TAX REPEAT BREAKPOINT

5 TAX REPEAT BREAKPOINT

5 TAX REPEAT BREAKPOINT

CASH EXITS TAX TABLE PROGRAMMING

CAUTION: PRESSING THE CASH KEY ANY OTHER TIME IN

PROGRAM MODE WILL ERASE ALL TAX PROGRAMMING.

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Setting the Percent (%) Key

N1 N2 N3 N4 N5 %

Digit Value

N1-N4 Percentage rate with decimal fixed at two places (00.000).

N5 0 = Tax calculated after % discount is applied.

1 = Tax calculate before % discount is applied.

1 0 0 0 0 %

= 10%

Minus (-) Key Programming

N1

N1 Value

0

1

Tax calculated after coupon is applied.

Tax calculated before coupon is applied.

Setting the Machine Number

The machine number prints on the receipt / journal tape along side the transaction number.

N1 N2 #/NS

• Enter a two-digit ID # for N1 & N2

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Setting Receipt Print or Journal Print

N1

SUB

TOTAL

N1 Value

0

1

Receipt Print (advances extra paper)

Journal Print

System Options

System option programming deals with aspects of programming not associated with any particular key, but with the general operation of the register. Each of the options may be turned on or off in this phase of programming. Five options are set with each five digit entry, for a total of ten. When changing the setting of a single option, the four accompanying options must also be re-entered.

Step One of System Option Programming

All options have a value of zero as an initial setting.

N1 N2 N3 N4 N5 RA

Digit Option Value = 0

NOT

COMPULSORY

NO SKIP

FOR REPORTS

VALUE = 1

COMPULSORY

SKIP

NO DUPLICATE DUPLICATE

REPORTS

N4 TOTAL REFUNDS &

VOIDS TO PRINT ON

REPORTS

N5 SUBTOTAL TO PRINT PRINT NOT PRINT

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Step Two of System Option Programming

N1 N2 N3 N4 N5 PO

Digit

N1

N2

Option

GRAND TOTAL TO

PRINT

GRAND TOTAL TO

RESET WITH Z

REPORT

Value = 0

NOT RESET

NOT RESET

RESET WITH Z

REPORT

N4 TRANSACTION

NUMBER TO RESET

WITH Z REPORT

NOT RESET

VALUE = 1

RESET

RESET

RESET

RECEIPT (JOURNAL)

Setting the Date and Time

The clock automatically advances the date and prints the current date and time on the paper. To set the date and time:

1. Turn the mode switch to the X position.

2. Enter the date in six-digit format (MM DD YY) and press the

CH key.

M M D D Y Y CH

3. Enter the time in four-digit military time format (i.e. 15:00 is

3:00 PM). Press the CH key.

1 5 0 0 CH

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Mode Switch Password Programming

The ER-150II has the added feature of an extra security function to limit access to certain phases of operation. Through optional programming, you may require a four digit code before allowing access to the Z and P modes. When the mode switch is changed to a protected mode, the buzzer sounds until the switch is returned to an unprotected mode. If no mode protection is required then you may disregard this section.

To Establish or Change the Secret Code

1. Set the mode lock to the X position.

2. Press #/NS

3. Enter the four digit code

4. Press the RA key for Z mode protection.

Press the PO key for P mode protection.

Example: Set Code for Z Mode To 1111

#/NS 1 1 1 1 RA

Example: Set Code for P Mode To 2222

#/NS 2 2 2 2 PO

Note : The four digit code protection can be disabled by entering before four zero

′s as the code number using the same sequence as above.

To Log on the Secret Code

To enter the Z or P modes once protection is established:

1. Place the mode switch in the X position

2. Press the (

−) minus key.

3. Enter your four-digit code.

4. Press the % discount key.

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Operation Examples

Note: Set the mode switch set to

R″ position.

This section provides examples of transactions in the register mode.

When an error occurs, press the

C″ key. Error conditions may be caused by incorrect entries or keys pressed in the wrong sequence.

No Sale

The no sale function opens the cash drawer outside of a sale. The no sale activity counter on the financial report is incremented. To perform a no sale:

• Press #/NS key

Non Add (Reference) Number Entries

Reference numbers up to seven-digits in length can be recorded on the receipt/journal. The entry can be made prior to any operation in the register mode. This number will not add to any totals or counters. To enter a reference number

• Enter a 1-7 digit number and press #/NS key

Department Entries

Multiple Item Department Entry

1. Enter the quantity of items with the same price, press the X/RF key.

2. Enter the item price and press the department key.

Single Item Department Entry

Single item departments automatically finalize the sale on CASH after the department entry. If items have been entered to a regular department as first entry in a sales transaction, and an entry is made into the single item department, it will not finalize the sale automatically but act as a normal department.

• Enter the amount, press the single item department.

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Minus (

) Key Operation

You may deduct a coupon or markdown using the Minus key.

• Enter the amount to be deducted and pressing the minus ″−″ key.

Percent Discount Operation (%)

The percentage discount key may be used to either apply a discount to a single item (item discount) or to an entire sale (subtotal discount). The discount rate may be preprogrammed. When applying an item discount, enter the percentage rate and press the

%″ key. The register will now re-display the amount due, less the discount amount.

Refund Procedure

You can refund sales. The department and sale totals are reduced by the appropriate amount.

1. Press the X/RF key.

2. Enter the amount to be refunded press the related department key.

3. Continue to make transaction entries or finalize the sale.

Voiding Entries

If you should make an incorrect department entry you may correct it with the void (VD) key.

To void the last item entered:

• Press the VD key.

To void an item inside a transaction that was not immediately preceding item:

1. Enter the amount to be voided.

2. Press the VD key.

3. Press the affected department.

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Payment Procedures

Cash

To total a cash transaction:

• Press the CASH key.

To total the cash sale and calculate change due:

1. Enter the amount tendered.

2. Press CASH

The amount due back in change is then displayed and printed.

Charge

To total a charge transaction:

• Press the CH key.

Change calculation from a charge key tender is not allowed.

Splitting Payment between Cash & Charge

1. After entering items, press SUBTOTAL.

2. Enter the cash amount tendered first and press CASH. (The cash drawer will not open at this time.)

3. Press the CH key to charge the remaining balance and open drawer.

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Tax Shift Procedure

The TAX key us used to reverse the tax status of a single department entry. That is, to make what would normally be a taxable entry nontaxable, or a non- taxable entry taxable. It may also used to exempt an entire sale from tax.

To reverse the tax status of an individual item:

1. Enter the price of the item

2. Press TAX,

3. Press the department key.

To exempt an entire sale from tax:

1. Register all items.

2. Press SUBTOTAL.

3. Press TAX.

4. Press CASH or CH to finalize.

Received On Account (RA) Operation

Use the RA key to record money added to the cash drawer.

• Enter the amount received and press the RA key.

Paid Out (PO) Operation

Use the PO key to record money removed from the cash drawer.

• Enter the amount paid out and press the PO key.

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Management Reports and Balancing

Reports are detailed below:

Mode Report Entry

X

X

Z

Cash Declaration

Read Financial Report

Reset Financial Report

$ AMOUNT - SUBTOTAL

CASH

CASH

Cash Declaration

The cash declaration feature (if made compulsory in option programming

– see option N1 on page 20) will enforce the entry of the total cash-indrawer (C.I.D.) before allowing financial reports to be taken. This feature does not allow cashiers to mislead management by altering overages and shortages to their advantage.

The C.I.D. amount should be entered in the following way:

• After allowing for the beginning bank, count the remaining cash to be deposited. Enter the cash deposit amount and press the

SUBTOTAL key.

The register now issues a receipt showing the total cash declared, the cash total from memory, and the difference between the two as either

over or short. When cash declaration is compulsory, the register will not allow any transactions to take place after cash declaration has been performed until the financial report has been reset in Z mode.

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Sample Financial Report

01-13-07 11-33

4 Z

012 @

54●24TX1

001 @

1●25 2

3●20TX

0●00%

0●00

58●69*1

0●00RF

4●00VD

58●69*2

008 #

32●59CA

26●10CH

10●00RA

20●00PO

22●59AT

004 NS

●●●●●●●●

190770●43*3

06401

DATE/TIME

Z COUNTER, MODE

DPT1 COUNTER

DPT1 SALES TOTAL

DPT2 COUNTER

DPT2 SALES TOTAL

TAX TOTAL

% DISCOUNT TOTAL

− (COUPONS/MARKDOWNS)

NET SALES TOTAL

REFUND TOTAL

VOID TOTAL

GROSS SALES TOTAL

CUSTOMER COUNT

CASH TOTAL

CHARGE TOTAL

RECEIVED ON ACCOUNT

PAID OUT

CASH IN DRAWER

NO SALE COUNTER

GRAND TOTAL

TRANSACTION N0/MACHINE N0

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System Balancing Equations

NET SALES TOTAL = DEPARTMENT TOTALS

+ TAX

− % DISCOUNT TOTAL

− (−) COUPON / MARKDOWN TOTAL

GROSS SALES = NET SALES TOTAL

+ REFUNDS

+ (

−) COUPON / MARKDOWN TOTAL

NEW GRAND TOTAL = TODAY

′S GROSS SALES

Maintenance

1. Avoid excess dust and extreme temperatures.

2. Be certain that AC cord is inserted firmly in the outlet, and that cord poses no danger of accidental tripping.

3. Use no chemicals or abrasives while cleaning cabinet or keyboard.

4. Do not pull or hold paper while the register is printing.

SAFETY NOTICE

The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.

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Specifications

Dimensions

REG. SIZE (SM DRAWER)

NET WEIGHT (SM DRAWER)

Drawer

SIZE

″W × 16.54″L × 3.74″H

WEIGHT 6 lb. 84 oz. (3.3 kg)

Mode Key

12.8

″W × 16.54″L × 8.86″H

10 lb. 36 oz. (5 kg)

POSITIONS

RECEIPT ON / OFF

Keyboard

5 (OFF, R, X, Z, P)

NONE (PROGRAMMABLE)

KEYSTROKE BUFFER 8

Printer

MODEL M

−42V

PAPER

PRINT SPEED

Display

SINGLE PLY (57.5 mm or 40 mm)

2.2 LINES per SECOND

SYMBOLS

Power

CONSUMPTION

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5 (E, C, -, =, S)

STANDBY : 2W, MAX : 8W

EQUIVALENT 23

Manual Revision Record

Edition Date published Revision contents

V1.1 06/05/2007 Correct % Key Setting

Procedure; Identified

“CASH IN DRAWER” total on report

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