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Series SER-6500II/6540II
Program Manual
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©2005, CRS, Inc.
M-SER6500/40II Version 2.0
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Revision 2.0 - April 1, 2005
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Contents
Introduction
5
About the Samsung SER-6500II Series.................................................................................5
Using This Manual...............................................................................................................6
S-Mode Programming.............................................................................................6
P-Mode Programming.............................................................................................6
X-Mode/Managers Section......................................................................................7
Features and Options............................................................................................................8
Standard Features ...................................................................................................8
Optional Features....................................................................................................9
Display............................................................................................................................... 10
Special Messages Displayed.................................................................................. 11
Error Messages ..................................................................................................... 12
Printer ................................................................................................................................ 16
Model: Samsung ERP-400 .................................................................................... 16
Logo Stamp .......................................................................................................... 16
Character Chart .................................................................................................... 17
Sample Receipt ..................................................................................................... 18
Two-Line Print Conditions ................................................................................... 18
Changing Paper & Print Ribbon ......................................................................................... 19
Changing/Installing the Printer Ribbon Cartridge................................................. 19
Loading the Receipt Printer: ................................................................................. 19
Initial Loading of the Detail Printer ...................................................................... 20
Keylock .............................................................................................................................. 21
Control Lock Access ............................................................................................. 21
Keys ..................................................................................................................... 21
Keyboards .......................................................................................................................... 22
Keyboard Key Location Codes .............................................................................. 24
Optional Peripherals for the SER-6500II/6540II ................................................................. 25
Scale..................................................................................................................... 25
Scanner ................................................................................................................ 25
Pole Display.......................................................................................................... 25
Coin Changer ....................................................................................................... 25
Printers................................................................................................................. 25
Flatbed/Guest Check............................................................................................. 25
Kitchen Video....................................................................................................... 26
Polling.................................................................................................................. 26
Installation Guide............................................................................................................... 27
Power Requirements ............................................................................................. 27
Environmental Requirements................................................................................ 27
IRC....................................................................................................................... 28
S-Mode Programming
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Introduction • i
Introduction ....................................................................................................................... 31
Changing the Register Number .......................................................................................... 33
S-Mode Program 10 - Service Procedures........................................................................... 34
Memory Allocation............................................................................................... 34
Calculate Memory Requirements .......................................................................... 35
Memory Allocation Programming Procedure ........................................................ 36
Memory Allocation Programming Procedure ........................................................ 37
Clearing Totals and Diagonistics .......................................................................... 39
S-Mode Program 11 – Communication Testing .................................................................. 42
S-Mode Program 20 - Keyboard Key Re-Location .............................................................. 43
Install Default Keyboard....................................................................................... 43
S-Mode Function Key Codes................................................................................. 44
S-Mode Program 30 - System Option Programming ........................................................... 45
S-Mode 30 - SUBTOTAL PROGRAMMING ....................................................... 46
S-Mode Programming Notes................................................................................. 50
Price/Weight Type Barcode Format Definitions .................................................... 51
SER-6500II / SER-6540II Eprom Upgrade Instructions...................................................... 52
Procedure to transfer EPROM application from register to other registers............. 52
P-Mode Programming
53
Introduction ....................................................................................................................... 53
Initial Clear Procedure ....................................................................................................... 57
P-Mode Program Scans - 15 SBTL..................................................................................... 58
P-Mode System Options - 40 SBTL.................................................................................... 59
P-Mode System Options - 40 SBTL Programming Notes ...................................... 62
P-Mode Print Options - 50 SBTL ....................................................................................... 64
Print Option Programming Notes ......................................................................... 68
Examples of Report Print Customization .............................................................. 69
P-Mode Communications Programming - 60 SBTL............................................................ 77
Typical System Option Settings for Printer Installations ....................................... 87
P-Mode Tax Rate Programming ......................................................................................... 87
Straight Percentage Programming ........................................................................ 89
Individual Function Key Programming............................................................................... 92
Program 70 – Function Key Options..................................................................... 92
Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor ................................................................. 92
Program 90 – Function Key HALO/Amount ......................................................... 94
ERROR CORRECT/VOID ................................................................................... 95
RETURN MDSE .................................................................................................. 96
CANCEL.............................................................................................................. 97
PAID OUT ........................................................................................................... 98
RECEIVED ON ACCOUNT ................................................................................ 99
#/No Sale............................................................................................................ 100
% Keys ............................................................................................................... 102
CASH................................................................................................................. 105
CHECK.............................................................................................................. 106
CHECK CASHING ............................................................................................ 107
CHARGE (1-8)................................................................................................... 108
EAT-IN TAKE OUT DRIVE THRU .................................................................. 111
ADD CHECK..................................................................................................... 112
FOOD STAMP TEND........................................................................................ 113
TAX EXEMPT................................................................................................... 114
CURRENCY CONVERSION............................................................................. 115
TIME IN/TIME OUT ......................................................................................... 117
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SCALE ............................................................................................................... 118
PROMO.............................................................................................................. 119
WASTE.............................................................................................................. 120
SIZE Keys (1-5).................................................................................................. 121
MODIFIER Keys (1-5) ....................................................................................... 122
PRINT Key......................................................................................................... 123
MACRO Key...................................................................................................... 126
PLU PRICE Key................................................................................................. 126
File Tracking, Charge Posting, Previous Balance & Table Service.................................... 127
Function Key Overview ...................................................................................... 127
Overview of Operations ...................................................................................... 128
P/BAL Key ......................................................................................................... 130
GUEST # Key..................................................................................................... 131
TABLE # Key..................................................................................................... 132
CHECK # Key.................................................................................................... 133
TIP Key.............................................................................................................. 135
PRINT CHECK Key........................................................................................... 136
SERVICE Key.................................................................................................... 137
PLU Programming ........................................................................................................... 138
Building a PLU Number Using SIZE and MODIFIER Keys................................ 139
Report Groups / Kitchen Printing........................................................................ 141
100 SBTL - PLU Status Programming ................................................................ 143
200 SBTL - PLU Price / HALO Programming .................................................... 146
300 SBTL - PLU Descriptor Programming ......................................................... 147
400 SBTL - Programming Linked PLUs ............................................................. 149
500 SBTL - Number Look Up (NLU) PLU Assignment ...................................... 149
600 SBTL - Deleting PLUs from Memory........................................................... 150
Clerk/Cashier Programming............................................................................................. 151
800 SBTL - Secret Sign-on Code Programming.................................................. 151
810 SBTL - Clerk Descriptor Programming........................................................ 151
820 SBTL - Clerk Status Programming............................................................... 153
830 SBTL - Labor Group Descriptor Programming............................................. 153
835 SBTL - Time Keeping Adjustments ............................................................. 153
850 SBTL - Tracking Groups By Cashier............................................................ 154
Kitchen Printer/Video Output........................................................................................... 155
900 SBTL - Item Group Descriptor Programming............................................... 155
910 SBTL - Item Group Status Programming ..................................................... 155
915 SBTL – Video Group Programming............................................................. 156
920 SBTL - Item Group Output Programming .................................................... 157
930 SBTL - Define Output Devices..................................................................... 157
935 SBTL - Define Back-up Output Devices ....................................................... 158
940 SBTL - Output Device Banner Descriptor .................................................... 158
Report / Display / Receipt Descriptor Programming.......................................................... 159
1000 SBTL - Financial Report Descriptors.......................................................... 159
1010 SBTL - Display / Receipt Descriptor Programming .................................... 160
1020 SBTL - Error Message Descriptor Programming ........................................ 164
1030 SBTL - Clerk Report Message Descriptor Programming ............................ 168
1100 SBTL - Logo Message Descriptor Programming ........................................ 169
String Report Programming ............................................................................................. 170
1200/1201 SBTL - String 1 Report Sequence Programming................................ 170
1300/1301 SBTL - String 2 Report Sequence Programming................................ 170
String Report Programming Example ................................................................. 171
1250 SBTL - Scheduling String Reports ............................................................. 172
1260 SBTL - Scheduling Time Activated Macros ............................................... 172
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9999 SBTL - IRC Program Transfer................................................................................. 173
1400 SBTL - Date and Time Programming ...................................................................... 174
X-Mode Programming
175
Introduction ..................................................................................................................... 175
77 SBTL - Set Default Size .............................................................................................. 176
78 SUBTOTAL - Set Default Modifier ............................................................................. 177
88 SBTL - Enter/Exit Training Mode............................................................................... 178
99 SBTL - Receipt On / Off.............................................................................................. 179
X-Mode Cash Declaration ................................................................................................ 180
SER-6500II/6540II Reports
183
Overview.......................................................................................................................... 183
Report Table....................................................................................................... 185
Report Examples .............................................................................................................. 188
Financial Report ................................................................................................. 188
Financial Report Notes ....................................................................................... 189
IRC Reports........................................................................................................ 190
Sales Time Report .............................................................................................. 191
PLU Reports ....................................................................................................... 192
All Clerks/Cashiers Report Individual Clerk/Cashier Report............................... 193
Drawer Reports................................................................................................... 194
Financial Group Report ...................................................................................... 195
Labor Groups Report .......................................................................................... 196
Daily Sales Report .............................................................................................. 197
Time Keeping Reports ........................................................................................ 198
Items by Group Report........................................................................................ 199
Open Check Reports ........................................................................................... 200
Clear Pre-polling memory................................................................................... 201
String Reports .................................................................................................... 202
Balancing Formulas ......................................................................................................... 203
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Introduction
About the Samsung SER-6500II Series
Congratulations on choosing the Samsung SER-6500II Series Electronic Cash Register! With
this manual we provide you with a means to program this register so that your customer may
use it to its fullest potential.
The Samsung SER-6500II Series machines are general purpose Electronic Cash Registers
which allow many different configurations. This manual has been written with these different
configurations in mind. Examples of two different keyboard styles are shown in the keyboard
section of this manual. Your keyboard arrangement may differ.
The Samsung SER-6500II/6540II also features Inter-Register Communications (IRC) via
Ethernet as a standard feature, allowing up to 16 registers to share programmed information,
and consolidation of report data. SER-6500IIs and SER-6540IIs may belong to the same IRC
system. Since the same EPROM is used for both models, register type is transparent.
IRC may also be used to transfer programming from one machine to another in the same
system, requiring only a single register to be fully programmed. Once established, changes to
PLU programming performed at any register in the system will automatically be downloaded to
all other registers in the system.
If you have questions concerning the configuration of the SER-6500II, contact your Samsung
Dealer.
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Introduction • 5
Using This Manual
This manual is divided into separate sections for each of the necessary programming
procedures. This introductory section discusses the features available on the Samsung SER6500II and SER-6540II. This section also contains information on User Site Preparation, and
cable specifications for IRC, remote printers, and Kitchen Video. It lists pin configurations for
IRC connectors.
Notes on programming features are found at the end of each section.
S-Mode Programming
In the S-Mode Programming chapter you will find programs that serve as the foundation for
the basic operation of the Cash Register. You will also find several "Service" functions, for
testing and so on.
S-Mode programming sets into place:
Memory allocation for PLUs, Clerks, and Check Tracking Files, Custom Keyboard Function
Key placement, and which totals add to or appear on reports.
P-Mode Programming
This section covers all the available options that are programmed in the "P" position. P-Mode
programming is further divided in sub-sections:
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P-Mode System Options - 40 SBTL
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P-Mode Print Options - 50 SBTL
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P-Mode Communications Programming - 60 SBTL
•
P-Mode Tax Rate Programming
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Individual Function Key Programming:
- 70 SBTL - Function Key Option Programming
- 80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
- 90 SBTL - Function Key HALO/Rate Programming
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Macro Key Programming - 95 SBTL
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PLU Programming:
- 100 SBTL - Status options
- 200 SBTL - Preset Price/HALO
- 300 SBTL - PLU Descriptor Programming
- 400 SBTL - Linked PLU Programming
- 500 SBTL - PLU Keyboard Placement
- 600 SBTL - Delete PLU from Memory
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Clerk/Cashier Programming:
- 800 SBTL - Sign-on Code Programming
- 810 SBTL - Descriptor Programming
- 820 SBTL - Status Options
- 830 SBTL - Labor Group Descriptor Programming
- 835 SBTL - Time In/Time Out Adjustments
- 850 SBTL - Group Sales By Clerk Programming
•
Report Group Programming:
- 900 SBTL - Group Descriptor
- 910 SBTL - Group Status
- 915 SBTL - Video Output
- 920 SBTL - Group Output (remote printer/video) Programming
- 930 SBTL - Define Output Devices
- 935 SBTL - Define Back-up Output Devices
- 940 SBTL - Output Device Banner Descriptor
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Report/Receipt Descriptor Programming - 1000 SBTL
•
Display Descriptor Programming - 1010 SBTL
•
Error Message Programming - 1020 SBTL
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Cashier Report Descriptors - 1030 SBTL
•
Logo Message Descriptors - 1100 SBTL
•
String Report Programming:
- 1200/1201 SBTL - String 1
- 1300/1301 SBTL - String 2
- 1250 SBTL - Scheduled Report Times
•
IRC Program Download
X-Mode/Managers Section
This section shows manager functions, reports and balancing information.
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Introduction • 7
Features and Options
The Samsung SER-6500II/6540II ECR features a high-speed alpha-numeric printer, a two-line
Alpha-numeric display, and inter-register communications capabilities. The Samsung SER6500II series includes two models: the SER-6500II which features a 160 position flat
keyboard, and the SER-6540II which uses a standard 90 position raised keyboard. Program
features for these two models are identical, unless otherwise noted. The only difference
between the two is the greater number of keyboard positions available on the SER-6500II.
Standard Features
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•
Inter-Register Communications (IRC) via Ethernet for communications between up to
16 registers.
•
2 RS-232C serial ports (DB-9) programmable to interface with :
- Scale
- Kitchen Video
- Serial printer (guest check, kitchen printer)
- Coin Changer
- Scanner
- Pole display
- PC interface
- Liquor Systems
•
2-station (receipt and journal) Dot-Matrix printer with single line validation
•
Cash drawer with 5 bill and 5 coin compartments
•
Two line front display (Alpha over numeric) with single line numeric rear pop up
standard
•
Programmable Keyboard with up to 25 PLUs accessible from one keyboard position
•
40 programmable Macro keys
•
7-position control lock
•
24-hour real-time clock with automatic day and date change
•
Employee Time keeping Features
•
4 Tax Rates with VAT tax capability; Each tax rate is programmable as a tax table
look-up or straight percentage tax. Tax rate 4 may be programmed as Canadian GST.
•
Food Stamp Capability
•
8 Charge totals using a single Code entry key, or individual charge keys.
•
Promo and Waste functions
•
Expandable to 99 clerks/cashiers with added memory
•
Expandable to over 15,000 PLUs with added memory
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99 programmable groups for detailed reporting
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10 % (percentage) keys with programmable tax status for item or sale percent
discounts or surcharges, and/or item or sale Coupons (preset or manual amount entry)
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Guest Check Tracking (hard or soft check)
•
Add Check key feature
•
Received on Account & Paid Out
•
Merchandise Return
•
Error Correct - (Item immediately previous)
•
Void - (Any previous item within a sale)
•
Transaction Void Operations - (Void of entire sale after finalization)
•
Cancel Feature - Clears transaction (Void of entire sale before finalization)
•
Decimal (fractional) Multiplication of PLU entries
•
Compulsory Scale entry for PLUs
•
2 Foreign Currency Conversion keys
•
Check and Cash tender keys
•
Post Tendering Feature
•
6 line programmable message on receipts (4 line pre-amble, 2 line post-amble)
•
Receipt on request (the SER-6500II/6540II will buffer a full receipt of up to 150 item
entries)
•
Programmable System Options
•
Management X and Z reports
Optional Features
•
Optional two-port I/O board for communications ports 3 and 4.
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512 K-bytes of standard RAM, expandable to 2048 K-bytes RAM.
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Display
The Samsung SER-6500II comes with a two line (twelve digit alpha over ten digit numeric)
front display standard.
Silk screened on the display window are:
•
The RPT symbol designates the area the counter appears when multiple entries are
made to the same item key.
•
The AMOUNT area is reserved for the price field.
•
The DESCRIPTOR symbol defines the alpha descriptor display area
•
RCPT OFF is illuminated when the receipt has been programmed off.
•
VALID requires the validation of a form. This symbol lights when the form is
properly aligned, covering the activated sensors in the printer.
•
D1, D2, and D3 indicate which cash drawer the current cashier is assigned to.
Cashiers are assigned a drawer in
•
P-Mode programming, and may only open their designated cash drawer.
•
FS, TX1, TX2, TX3, and TX4 designate the applicable tax and Food Stamp
eligibility, and are illuminated appropriately for each PLU registered and displayed.
The front display features a second line of up to twelve alpha characters. These descriptors
help the operator by supplying additional information while operating the register, and may be
accompanied by an error tone.
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Special Messages Displayed
When all cashiers are signed off, the alpha-numeric display will read CLOSED while the
keylock is in the REG position. The illustration below shows the message displayed when the
keylock is turned to the "OFF" position. Each of the other keylock positions also show in the
alpha portion of the display.
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Introduction • 11
Error Messages
The Samsung SER-6500II/6540II displays many different error messages. Many messages are
self explanatory, and are displayed in order for the operator to correct the error. Some prompt
the operator to complete a procedure before continuing (inserting a slip for validation is one
example). Others simply identify illegal key sequences, which may be corrected by re-entering
the key sequence correctly.
Many of the display prompts and error displays may be custom programmed. The following
list provides the default message programmed, and a brief description of the procedures which
cause the message to be displayed.
Message
Description
BUFF. FULL
The buffer for soft check, hard check, or buffered receipt has reached
capacity. For hard checks, the operator must press the SERVICE
key to print the items and clear the buffer. The operator must then
pick up the previous balance again in order to continue.
In a soft check environment, this message will appear when the check
has reached capacity (maximum lines stored). The register will
maintain the correct ballance, but does not print additional items and
will give the BUFF. FULL error after each additional item.
AMOUNT REQ!
This operation requires an amount entry.
NO PLU!
The number entered is not a valid PLU. This message will also
appear if an NLU number "built" using size and modifier keys recalls
an invalid PLU number.
HALO OVER!
The amount entered exceeds the programmed HALO.
INACTIVE!
The keyspace pressed is inactive. This message also appears if
VOID Mode has been disabled.
F-STAT ERR
Function key status being entered is illegal (P-Mode).
REQ GAL AMT
This entry involves a gallonage PLU, and requires an amount entry.
NEGATIVE
This sale has gone negative. The register has been programmed to
not allow negative sales.
REQ COND!
This PLU has been programmed to require a condiment entry.
NOT PGMMED!
This key has not been programmed
OVERRIDE X
The key lock has to be moved to the X-Mode position in order to
override a HALO amount, or other restriction.
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Message
Description
NO OVERRIDE
X-Mode override is not allowed.
NO MANUAL
Manual entry is not allowed (scale function).
SYS-OPN ERR
Appears when attempting to enter an illegal system option value.
OPEN DRAWER
The register has been programmed not to operate with the cash
drawer open.
BAD LINK
Linked PLU is not found, or number of linked PLUs is over 20
(maximum).
SINGLE ITEM!
This PLU has been programmed as a single item PLU and can not be
used within a sale.
SCALE FAIL!
The register is not able to communicate with the scale.
REQ NONADD#
This operation requires the entry of a Non-Add number.
ZERO AMT
The register has been programmed to not allow negative sales, and to
consider a zero amount as a negative sale.
ADDCHK REQ!
This prompt appears while in an ADD CHECK transaction. The
operator must first press the ADD CHECK key before pressing any
tender keys.
R/A REQ!
The operator is in the middle of a received on account operation,
which requires a final depression of the R/A key to finalize the
operation.
P/O REQ!
The operator is in the middle of a paid out operation, which requires
a final depression of the P/O key to finalize the operation.
VALID REQ!
This operation requires validation.
REQ EAT-IN!
This operation requires a depression of either the EAT-IN, TAKEOUT, or DRIVE-THRU keys.
SCALE REQ!
This item requires a quantity entry (weight) via the SCALE key.
Weight may be entered either manually or automatically.
K-PRN FAIL
The kitchen printer has failed to respond. Printing has been re-routed
to the designated back-up printer.
SEQ.ERROR!
The preceding key sequence is not allowed.
REQ TARE#
This PLU/scale item requires a tare weight entry.
C-I-D OVER
The programmed Cash-In-Drawer limit has been exceeded.
SUBTOTAL
REQ
The SUBTOTAL key must be pressed before continuing.
CHECK# AUTO
The operator has attempted to open a new guest check by assigning a
check number. The register has been programmed to generate its own
check numbers.
ENTER TABLE#
Table number entry is required to open a guest check, or begin sale.
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Message
Description
ENTER GUEST#
The operator must enter the number of guests when opening a guest
check, or beginning a sale.
NOT DISCNT
The preceding entry is not discountable.
WRONG CLERK
The clerk attempting to open this guest check is not the original clerk
who started the guest check. Also appears when attempting to sign
on a new clerk without first signing the current clerk off.
NO DATA
PLU can not be found.
NO CHECK #
Can not find this guest check number.
MGR MODE!
This operation requires the keylock to be turned to the X position.
CHANGE BACK
R/A tender enrty error. Enter an amount and press a tender key to
end the R/A operation.
IN USE!
This guest check number is already open elsewhere in the system.
OFF LINE!
IRC communications have gone off line.
NOT READY!
Remote printer is not ready.
SYSTEM ERR
Normal error.
RANGE OVER
The number entered is out of range.
E MODE
The keylock is in the wrong position.
BAD FLOW
The operator has used an illegal key sequence.
BAD VALUE
The number entered is wrong.
DUPLICATE!
This check already exists. May also apply to secret code
programming.
SIGN ON REQ!
Clerk is required to sign-on.
PAPER END
The guest check printer has reached the end of the form, or the
Receipt/Journal paper is at, or near, the end of its roll.
MEMORY FULL
Memory is full.
BAD FUNC
Function key number is wrong (S-Mode).
BUSY
Destination register is busy (pre-poll memory is in use). Requires a
clear command from the PC or register.
NOT ZERO
Displayed when trying to delete a PLU which still has sales counts
and amounts. PLU must first be reset in Z-Mode.
NO DRAWER!
The clerk/cashier currently signed on is not assigned to a drawer, and
is not allowed to perform cash sales, or drawer is no longer attached
and is required in order to continue.
NO PAPER
Slip printer is out of paper.
WASTE REQ!
The operator is in the middle of a waste operation, and must press
the WASTE key in order to complete the operation.
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Message
Description
P/BAL REQ!
This register has been programmed to require a previous balance
entry.
CHECK# REQ!
This register has been programmed to allow check number entry to
begin a guest check transaction. An existing guest check must be
recalled, or a new one started.
REMOV PAPER
Validation is complete and the form must now be removed.
CASH DEC REQ
Cash declaration has been programmed as compulsory, and must
first be performed before reports may be generated.
CRC ERR
An error has occurred in the block check sum while transferring data
in IRC mode.
ERR JAM
Receipt / journal printer jammed message.
ERROR
General error message.
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Introduction • 15
Printer
In the event of a printer failure, the ERR JAM message will be displayed.
A majority of printer failures are due to paper jams, which can easily be remedied by removing
both the receipt and journal tapes and clearing obstruction from the print head. Worn out and
frayed printer ribbons may also jam printers. It is suggested that the printer ribbon be changed
as soon as the prints becomes faint in order to prevent frayed ribbons from causing printer
failures.
Model: Samsung ERP-400
•
Receipt and journal stations.
•
Print speed: 3.0 lines per second
•
Columns: 24 per station.
•
Single line validation
•
Character Size: 7 x 9 dots
•
Paper size: 44mm width.
•
Tear off for receipt.
•
Logo stamp:
Logo Stamp
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Character Chart
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Introduction • 17
Sample Receipt
Logo stamp
Programmable message
Date day of the week
Plu descriptor tax 1 status
Multiple tax status (tax 1 and 2)
Food stamp eligible
Tax 1 total
Tax 2 total
Two Line Print
Sale total
Cash tender
Cashier descriptor
Time register number
Transaction number
Two-Line Print Conditions
The Samsung ERP-400 printer allows single line numeric fields of up to nine digits, along with
programmable PLU descriptors of up to twelve characters. For this reason, provisions for
printing sales where the combination of descriptor and amount is greater than 24 characters
have been made.
Item descriptors are separated from amounts by at least one blank space. If the descriptor used
is a full twelve characters, and more than one tax rate is applied, all item entries may require
two lines, with the amount on the second line. See the example above.
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Changing Paper & Print Ribbon
Changing/Installing the Printer Ribbon Cartridge
The Samsung SER-6500II/6540II receipt/journal printer uses a replaceable ink ribbon
cartridge. This cartridge must be in place (as well as the logo stamp) when changing the receipt
and journal paper, or the paper will not feed properly through the printer. Once installed, if
print becomes faint, the ink ribbon must be replaced.
To Replace the Ink Ribbon
1. Remove the printer cover and locate the ink
ribbon cartridge as shown in the illustration.
2. Apply downward pressure to the cartridge
while pulling it towards you using the
serrated area on the left edge and the raised
tab near the knob on the right. Lift to
remove.
3. Insert the new ink ribbon cartridge and press
firmly into place. Remove any slack in the
ribbon by rotating he cartridge knob counterclockwise.
Loading the Receipt Printer:
* Ribbon and logo stamp must be in place when changing paper.
1. Place the other roll of paper into the small tray on the left.
2. Make sure the paper unrolls from the bottom of the roll.
3. Fold back approximately 6" of paper and insert the folded end of the tape into the feed slot
just in front of the paper tray at the rear of the
printer.
4. Press the RECEIPT FEED switch until the paper
comes through the printer. Continue to press the
switch until 3 - 4 inches of paper are through the
printer.
5. Replace the printer cover, making sure the receipt
paper comes out through the opening in the printer
cover.
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Introduction • 19
Initial Loading of the Detail Printer
* Ribbon and logo stamp must be in place when changing paper.
1. Locate and install ribbon cartridge (as
instructed above).
2. Plug the cash registers power cord into
properly grounded wall socket.
3. Place the key marked REG into the control
lock and turn to the REG position.
4. Locate the printer cover key. The printer
cover key is the smallest key on the key ring.
Insert this key into the printer cover lock.
Turn the key, and remove the printer cover.
5. Locate the 2 pieces for the rewind spindle.
6. As you face the keyboard, notice two plastic
trays at the bottom of the cash register. Place
one of the rolls of printer paper into the tray
on the right. Make sure the paper will
unwind from the bottom of the roll.
7. Fold back approximately 6" of paper and
insert the folded end of the tape into the feed
slot just in front of the paper tray at the rear
of the printer.*
8. Press the DETAIL FEED key on the cash
register keyboard until the edge of the paper
feeds through the printer. Run 6 - 8 inches of
paper through the printer.
9. Insert the end of the paper into the slot on the shaft of the rewind spindle, holding the
spindle with the gear to the right and the shaft to the left. Wind the spindle several turns to
be sure the paper will stay on the spindle. Press the end piece of the rewind spindle back
onto the left end of the shaft.
10. Slide the axle of the rewind spindle (between the gear and the shaft) into the notch of the
printer housing. Make sure the gear on the rewind spindle meshes with the gear on the
printer.
11. Press the DETAIL FEED several more times to make sure the paper moves properly
through the printer.
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Keylock
The Keylock has 7 positions, with 5 keys. Each ECR is shipped with two full sets of keys.
Control Lock Access
All normal operations are performed with the
control lock in the REG position. Refer to
Operator’s Manual for instructions on
performing restricted operations in the X
position.
Before performing any operations in Register
Mode a cashier must be signed on. All entries
following will report to that cashiers totals
until another cashier is signed on. A cashier
cannot be changed in the middle of a
transaction. If the key position is changed,
the current cashier will stay logged on.
To sign on a cashier, press the Cashier key (this is the default method).
Keys
Keys include:
1. REG - travel from OFF to REG.
2. VOID - travel from X to VOID.
3. Z
- travel from Z to VOID.
4. P
- travel from P to VOID.
5. C
- travel to all key positions.*
*The C key also travels to the S-Mode, or service position, at 6 o’clock on the keylock. SMode is reserved for dealer access. See the SER-6500II/6540II service manual for more
information.
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Introduction • 21
Keyboards
The 90 position SER-6540II keyboard is shown below with standard fifteen Item Entry (NLU)
keys. By pressing the NLU key, the operator registers the assigned PLU number. By default,
PLU #1 is assigned to NLU 1, PLU #2 to NLU 2, and so on.
The SER-6540II keyboard shown below has been expanded, using the optional keyboard
expansion kit.
Default keyboard programming for the SER-6540II follows the layout of the fifteen NLU
keyboard configuration. NLU 1 calls PLU #1, NLU 2 calls PLU #2, and so on. NLU keys 1 15 must be reassigned and 16 - 40 added to the keyboard in S-Mode when using the optional
keyboard expansion kit.
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The 160 position SER-6500II keyboard is shown below with the default keyboard function key
positions.
With the alpha keyboard overlay in place, the flat keyboard on the SER-6500II also serves as
an entry device for programming descriptors. Alpha characters are shown below:
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Introduction • 23
Keyboard Key Location Codes
Current keyboard assignments may be listed by requesting a code 5 program scan (15
SUBTOTAL in P-Mode). Key position codes for the SER-6500II are shown below, followed
by those for the SER-6540II.
SER-6500II Key Locations
19
29
39
49
59
69
79
89
99
109
119
129
139
149
1
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
140
150
2
11
21
31
41
51
61
71
81
91
101
111
121
131
141
151
3
12
22
32
42
52
62
72
82
92
102
112
122
132
142
152
4
13
23
33
43
53
63
73
83
93
103
113
123
133
143
153
5
14
24
34
44
54
64
74
84
94
104
114
124
134
144
154
6
15
25
35
45
55
65
75
85
95
105
115
125
135
145
155
7
16
26
36
46
56
66
76
86
96
106
116
126
136
146
156
8
17
27
37
47
57
67
77
87
97
107
117
127
137
147
157
9
18
28
38
48
58
68
78
88
98
108
118
128
138
148
158
SER-6540II Key Locations
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11
17
23
29
35
41
47
53
59
65
71
77
83
1
6
12
18
24
30
36
42
48
54
60
66
72
78
84
2
7
13
19
25
31
37
43
49
55
61
67
73
79
85
3
8
14
20
26
32
38
44
50
56
62
68
74
80
86
4
9
15
21
27
33
39
45
51
57
63
69
75
81/87
5
10
16
22
34
40
46
52
58
64
70
76
82/88
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Optional Peripherals for the SER-6500II/6540II
Scale
Approved scales interface with the SER-6500II/6540II via the RS-232C port. PLUs may be
programmed to require a SCALE interface, thereby automatically multiplying the weight by
the unit price.
Call your Samsung sales representative for a list of scales approved for use with the SER6500II/6540II.
Scanner
The SER-6500II/6540II can accommodate over 19,000 randomly numbered 14-digit PLU
numbers. Approved scanners interface with the SER-6500II/6540II through an available RS232C port.
Call your Samsung sales representative for a list of scanners approved for use with the SER6500II/6540II.
Pole Display
Transactions appearing on the operator's display will appear simultaneously on the remote pole
display by dedicating an RS-232C port to a pole display.
Call your Samsung sales representative for a list of pole displays approved for use with the
SER-6500II/6540II.
Coin Changer
Call your Samsung sales representative for a list of coin changers approved for use with the
SER-6500II/6540II.
Printers
•
Kitchen, or receipt printers will print items (PLUs) which have been programmed to route
to a kitchen printer
•
Soft check printers will print guest checks.
Call your Samsung sales representative for a list of remote printers approved for use with the
SER-6500II/6540II.
Flatbed/Guest Check
Call your Samsung sales representative for a list of guest check (hard check) printers approved
for use with the SER-6500II/6540II.
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Introduction • 25
Kitchen Video
Call your Samsung sales representative for a list of video systems approved for use with the
SER-6500II/6540II.
Polling
CRS offers SAM65 for Windows, a PC utility that controls the connection between a Samsung
SER-6500 series register (or register system) and a personal computer. Contact your CRS
sales representative for more information.
Samsung SER-6500II/6540II Hardware Requirements (Polling)
One SER-6500II/6540II in an IRC configuration must be dedicated for PC communications
and/or polling. Any of the available RS-232C ports may be used.
Cable Requirements (Polling)
The cable pin-outs for connecting the SER-6500II to a PC or a Modem are found in the
SAM65 for Windows documentation.
Optional Modem Requirements
Off site polling may take place using modems connected to both the SER-6500II/6540II and
the PC. Both modems must be Hayes compatible (using the AT command set), with an auto
answer modem at the Samsung system terminal. Dedicated telephone lines are recommended.
Mini modems which rely on power supplied by the RS-232C port are acceptable on ports 1 &
2, where power is supplied to pin 9.
The modem attached to the register must be programmed with the auto-answer feature "on".
The modem attached to the computer must be programmed for "auto dial". See the manuals
provided with your modems for information on how to achieve these settings.
PC Requirements (for SAM65 for Windows)
•
Pentium 100 or faster CPU.
•
32 MB RAM.
•
150 MB minimum hard disk space available.
•
Dedicated serial port (RS-232C).
•
CD ROM Drive.
•
3.5” floppy disk drive.
•
VGA or SVGA display.
PC Operating System Software
•
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Window 95, Windows 98, or Windows 2000
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Installation Guide
Follow these guidelines carefully. Failure to comply with these guidelines may result in data
loss, system
lock-ups, and premature hardware failure. These problems will be most apparent in
communications networks but can occur in stand-alone systems.
Power Requirements
Samsung electronic cash registers rely on complex circuitry. Fluctuation in power, or "noise"
generated by other electronic equipment can interfere with the proper operation of the cash
register. Thus, it is important to meet the following requirements.
•
Voltage: 115 vac +/- 10%
•
Frequency 60 hz +/- 1%
•
All circuits must be dedicated only to the cash register equipment.
•
It is recommended, though not required, that registers be provided with hubbel@
simplex outlets.
•
The circuit should be isolated at the main electrical junction box.
•
The neutral and ground wires must remain isolated. Do not use conduit, ducts, or
water pipe for the ground. Ideally, and isolated ground bus should be set up in the
panel, with a ground from the service entrance.
•
The circuit should have a 20 amp breaker (10 amp breakers are not sufficient).
•
There must be no other electrical equipment on the circuit dedicated to the cash
register equipment.
Always consult local governing agencies for specific code requirements.
Environmental Requirements
Samsung Electronic Cash Registers are designed to operate within a temperature range of 32° 104° F (0° - 40° C) and 10 - 90% relative humidity.
Electronics components can be damaged by excess humidity. If the humidity in an area is high
enough to cause actual condensation on or within the cash register, steps must be taken to
lower humidity levels. Use caution when bringing a cold cash register into a warm, damp
environment. The differences in temperature may cause condensation on the cash register. In
this case, wait until the cash register has reached room temperature before powering up.
Avoid extremes of environment which may cause difficulties.
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IRC
Each SER-6500II/6540II includes a standard Ethernet communications port. This port is used
for all register-to-register communications. Except for 2-registers configurations, registers are
linked by connecting each register to an Ethernet hub.
2-Register Configuration
Two registers can be connected without a hub by a special cable. See "Crossover Cable"
below for cable construction.
6500II/6540II
6500II/6540II
#1
#2
E-net
E-net
Crossover cable
3 or More Register Configurations
For example, a 3-register installation might look like this:
6500II/6540II
6500II/6540II
6500II/6540II
#1
#2
#3
E-net
E-net
HUB
1
E-net
Contact your Samsung sales representative to order the appropriate Ethernet hubs.
Crossover Cable
1 - RD+
2 - RC3 - TD+
4
5
6 - TD7
8
Straight Through Cable
RD+ - 1
RC- - 2
TD+ - 3
4
5
TD- - 6
7
8
1 - RD+
2 - RC3 - TD+
6 - TD4
5
7
8
pair
pair
pair
pair
RD+ - 1
RC- - 2
TD+ - 3
TD- - 6
4
5
7
8
Ethernet Specifications
Hub Speed 10 Mbps
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(10 million bits per second)
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Troubleshooting Unsuccessful IRC
1. All communicating registers must be powered on (the keylock may be in any position on
satellite registers).
2. Double check the IRC register number progam, (see “Memory Allocation Programming
Procedure” on page 37, or if you need to change a register number after memory allocation,
see “Changing the Register Number” on page 33 .)
3. Many IRC problems are caused by cable and connector problems:
•
Meter all cables and connectors for open or shorted connections. A shorted IRC wire
can cause all registers to fail communication checks.
•
Use caution when installing cable, staples can penetrate IRC cable and disrupt
communication.
•
Make sure Ethernet patch cables are properly connected to the Hub. When “stacking”
Hubs be sure to follow directions on your specific Hub.
•
Do not use cross-over cables in place of straight through cables, and visa versa.
•
Use shielded CAT 5 cable or better.
•
One run of cable can not be more than 250 feet in length without using a Ethernet
repeater. Ther is no Limit to the total length of cable in one IRC system.
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Introduction • 29
S-Mode Programming
Introduction
Each Samsung SER-6500II/6540II arrives with a built-in, or default program ready to be
activated after the machine has been set up and initialized. This program includes a minimum
feature set and is the basis for all custom programming. With few exceptions, most all of the
programmable options have a default setting of zero, with zero encompassing the most popular
choices. For example, PLUs are programmed open, and non-taxable, and will print on both the
receipt and detail tapes by default. All of the "special" options (scale, food stamp, condiment,
hash, validation, etc.) are not usually applied to a majority of the PLUs in an average
installation.
RAM All Clear and memory allocation are the first things done as part of the initial set-up for
each and every register. With the exception of the initial clear, which is done in the P-Mode
position, all of these operations take place with the register key lock in the S-Mode position.
The default program consists of:
•
Function and item entry keys located in the positions shown in the Overview section,
pages 20 & 21.
•
Standard, or default alpha-numeric descriptors for function keys, the operator display,
printed receipts and reports. For a complete listing of standard descriptor
programming, please refer to the address 1000 series of options of the P-Mode section
in this manual.
S, or "Service"-Mode programming is meant to be a one-time event, since the most basic
register and system options are fixed at this time. Changes to the S-Mode programming may
influence the way the machine operates, and it is recommended that they are not done by the
end user. S-Mode option programming deals with report content, numbers and counters, and
tax computation methods, to name a few. The S-Mode keylock position is only accessible with
the "C" key. This key should be released to the end user ONLY when they fully understand SMode programming procedures. All S-Mode programming is best done at the dealer level.
Existing totals may be reset to zero accidentally, and the existing program may also be
destroyed as well.
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S-Mode Programming • 31
S-Mode programming is divided into six groups:
•
•
Service Code Procedures
-
Install default key board and/or clearing of totals and counters, and/or clearing
of Grand Totals only, and/or clearing of PLU file.
-
Run printer test, printer dot alignment test, display test, and RAM test.
-
Request printout of E-PROM Checksum, memory allocation, and S-Mode
programming printout.
Communications Testing
-
Test integrity of serial ports*
-
Test integrity of IRC ports
(*This test requires a special loop-back connector)
•
Memory Allocation Programming
Memory allocation programming takes place after total memory RAM clear. This SMode programming step starts the built-in clock/calendar and allocates available
memory for Z3 report totals, Group by Clerk reporting, number of clerk/cashiers, the
number of check tracking totals, and the number of PLUs available.
The Samsung SER-6500II and SER-6540II come standard with one 512 Kbyte RAM
chips installed on the main board. Using the memory allocation worksheet provided,
compute the amount of RAM memory needed to meet the requirements of your
application. Plan this step carefully, allocating enough cashiers and check tracking
totals, since changing these numbers at a later date will require total
reprogramming.
The maximum number of RAM chips available on the main board are 4 (1 is
standard), and another 3 RAM chips can be installed on the main PCB. If desired, the
Samsung SER-6500II/6540II will allocate all remaining available RAM memory to
PLUs, once cashiers and check tracking totals have been entered.
•
S-Mode Keyboard Key Relocation Programming
With the exception of three fixed key positions (Receipt Feed, Detail Feed, and
Validate), the remaining key spaces on each model may be assigned to perform any
function. This allows for 157 programmable positions on the SER-6500II and 87 on
the SER-6540II.
A complete list of available functions can be found on page 16 in this section.
Function keys listed that maintain totals and counters should be assigned only one
keyboard location. Some functions are listed more than once, % (1-10) is an example.
Each of these keys carry its own totals and counters and is assigned to one key
position.
Memory reliant functions can be assigned to multiple keyboard locations, but share
one set of totals and counters, and one common descriptor.
Non-memory function keys (X/TIME, SCALE, SHIFT, etc.) may be assigned to
multiple locations if desired.
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It is to the dealers advantage to stay as close as possible to the default keyboard
positions. Unless the customer requires that the numeric keys be moved to alternate
positions, design keyboards around their present locations.
•
S-Mode system option programming.
S-Mode system options define system balancing of reports, the reset of Z counters and
grand totals, as well as selecting print format for receipts and third station printers.
Changing the Register Number
If the register number needs to be changed after initial memory allocation, follow these steps:
1
SUBTOTAL
X/TIME
CASH
REG #1-16
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S-Mode Programming • 33
S-Mode Program 10 - Service Procedures
Immediately after unboxing the machine, install ribbon and paper, perform a total memory
RAM clear, and enter memory allocation.
Memory Allocation
Memory allocation is meant to be done only once, and is performed after the RAM memory
clear to insure that any residual programming done at the factory has been cleared away.
This programming step integrates several S-Mode programming steps:
•
It writes the assigned register number (1 - 16) to permanent memory, identifying this
machine in an IRC environment. The register number is semi-permanent, and should
only be changed in the event that this register is moved to a new IRC system.
•
It sets the correct time and date.
•
It allows you to choose to activate Z3 report totals. Z3 report totals require more
RAM memory, as shown in the table above.
•
It prompts activation of Groups By Cashier reporting.
•
It defines the Check Tracking method (Hard or Soft Check).
•
It also allocates memory to Cashiers, Tracking Files, and PLUs.
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Calculate Memory Requirements
MEMORY ALLOCATION - SER6600/40 without Group by Cashier
Z3 not used
One PLU requires 90 bytes
PLU pgm(39)
PLU Z1(15), PLU Z2(18), PLU Col(18)
Cashier pgm(40)
Cashier Z1(560), Cashier Z2(700), Cashier Col(840)
Clerk IO Z1(55), Clerk IO Z2(8), Clerk IO Col(8)
One cashier requires 2211 bytes
Number of PLUs
X
90
=
(A)
Number of Cashiers
X
2211
=
(B)
Number of Check Lines
X
25
+
Number of Check
X
(C)
=
System requirement
176 =
(C)
(D)
355748
(E)
Add (A), (B), (D) and (E)
(F)
Divide (F) by 524288
(G)
Round up to the next whole number
(H)
(H) is the total number of RAM chips required by 6500/40.
6600/40 has one RAMs default.
Z3 used
One PLU requires 116 bytes
PLU pgm(39)
PLU Z1(15), PLU Z2(18), PLU Z3(22), PLU Col(22)
Cashier pgm(40)
Cashier Z1(560), Cashier Z2(700), Cashier Z3(840), Cashier Col(980)
Clerk IO Z1(55), Clerk IO Z2(8), Clerk IO Z3(8), Clerk IO Col(8)
One cashier requires 3199 bytes
Number of PLUs
X
116
=
(A)
Number of Cashiers
X
3199
=
(B)
Number of Check Lines
X
25
+
Number of Check
X
(C)
=
System requirement
176 =
(C)
(D)
359376
(E)
Add (A), (B), (D) and (E)
(F)
Divide (F) by 524288
(G)
Round up to the next whole number
(H)
(H) is the total number of RAM chips required by 6500/40.
6600/40 has one RAMs default.
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S-Mode Programming • 35
MEMORY ALLOCATION - SER6600/40 with Group by Cashier
Z3 not used
One PLU requires 90 bytes
PLU pgm(39)
PLU Z1(15), PLU Z2(18), PLU Col(18)
Cashier pgm(40)
Cashier Z1(740), Cashier Z2(900), Cashier Col(1080)
Clerk IO Z1(55), Clerk IO Z2(8), Clerk IO Col(8)
One cashier requires 2831 bytes
Number of PLUs
X
90
=
(A)
Number of Cashiers
X
2831
=
(B)
Number of Check Lines
X
25
+
Number of Check
X
(C)
=
System requirement
176 =
(C)
(D)
355748
(E)
Add (A), (B), (D) and (E)
(F)
Divide (F) by 524288
(G)
Round up to the next whole number
(H)
(H) is the total number of RAM chips required by 6500/40.
6600/40 has one RAMs default.
Z3 used
One PLU requires 116 bytes
PLU pgm(39)
PLU Z1(15), PLU Z2(18), PLU Z3(22), PLU Col(22)
Cashier pgm(40)
Cashier Z1(740), Cashier Z2(900), Cashier Z3(1080), Cashier Col(1260)
Clerk IO Z1(55), Clerk IO Z2(8), Clerk IO Z3(8), Clerk IO Col(8)
One cashier requires 4099 bytes
Number of PLUs
X
116
=
(A)
Number of Cashiers
X
4099
=
(B)
Number of Check Lines
X
25
+
Number of Check
X
(C)
=
System requirement
176 =
(C)
(D)
359376
(E)
Add (A), (B), (D) and (E)
(F)
Divide (F) by 524288
(G)
Round up to the next whole number
(H)
(H) is the total number of RAM chips required by 6500/40.
6600/40 has one RAMs default.
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Memory Allocation Programming Procedure
1. With the keylock in the S-Mode position, power the machine off by removing the plug
from the wall outlet. Press down and hold the key shown in the diagram above,
regardless of its present label. Return power to the machine by plugging its cord back
into the outlet (still holding the key down).
2. The display will show "H/W CHK" while the register checks its internal configuration
(hardware check). The register will issue a receipt once this check is completed. This
receipt shows the version and date of the installed E-PROM, as well as ROM Check
Sums, and total RAM available.
3. The SER-6500II/6540II then prompts you for each of the following, which should be
entered from your memory allocation work sheet:
a. The register number (which should be followed by the X/TIME key).
b. The month, day, year, hour and minute (also followed by the X/Time key).
c. The next prompt is for activation of the Z3 report totals. Enter a 1 for yes, or a 0
for no, and press X/TIME.
d. The next prompt is for activation of Groups By Cashier reporting. Enter a 1 for
yes, or a 0 for no, and press X/TIME.
e. Enter the number of Clerks/Cashiers desired, and press X/TIME.
f.
The next prompt defines the Check Tracking method (Hard = 0, Soft Check = 1).
g. If method is Soft Check, enter the maximum number of lines allowed.
h. Enter the number of Check Tracking files desired, and press X/TIME (simply
press X/TIME for an entry of 0).
i.
Press X/TIME to assign all remaining memory to plus.
The SER-6500II/6540II will issue a receipt listing the new memory allocation:
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Note: This procedure clears all memory - totals, counters and programming.
1. Enter register number (1-16).
X/TIME
2. Enter date and time.
X/TIME
3. Allow Z3 totals? (1=Yes)
X/TIME
4. Activate Groups by cashier reports?
(1=Yes)
X/TIME
X/TIME
5. Number of clerks/cashiers (1-99).
X/TIME
6. Check track is hard/soft check? (1=soft)
7. Maximum number of lines for soft check?
(1-99)
X/TIME
X/TIME
8. Number of checks (1-8,000).
X/TIME
9. Remaining memory to PLUs.
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Clearing Totals and Diagonistics
The Samsung SER-6500II offers several diagnostic routines which are performed in the S- or
Service Mode. Each of these tests should be done as part of the initial setup of each register.
To perform any one of the listed S-Mode tasks:
Program Another?
1
0
SUBTOTAL
X/TIME
CASH
1-2 Digits
1. Insert the "C" key into the keylock and turn to the S-Mode position.
2. Enter "1 0 " and press the SBTL key.
3. Enter the one or two digit code from the table provided.
4. Press the X/TIME key. S-Mode service functions which are destructive, or clear
memory, will prompt you to confirm the requested action. If this is the case, press 1 to
continue, or 0 to abort, and press the X/TIME key.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 above for each of the operations that you wish to perform.
6. Press CASH to exit S-Mode programming. Sample receipts issued for each test or
procedure are shown.
S-Mode Service Programming
CODE
FUNCTION
1*
Clear All Totals and Counters
2*
Clear Totals and Counters (Except Grand Totals)
3*
Clear Grand Totals Only
4
Printer Test
5
Printer Dot Allignment Test
6
Display Test
7
RAM Test
8
E-PROM Check Sum & Memory Allocation Print-out
9
S-Mode Programming Print-out
10*
Clear PLU File
11
Unlock Guest Check/Tracking File
12
Test Pole Display
* Register will prompt the operator to continue
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S-Mode Programming • 39
1 - Clear All Totals and Counters
Choosing this procedure completely erases ALL TOTALS,
COUNTERS, AND GRAND TOTALS from the register while
leaving custom programming intact.
2 - Clear All Report Totals and Counters
This procedure clears all totals and counters (except Grand Totals)
while leaving custom programming intact.
3 - Clear Grand Totals Only.
This procedure clears grand totals only, and does not affect
programming or other totals & counters.
4 - Printer Test
The register cycles completely through the print character set.
5 - Printer Dot Alignment Test
The Samsung SER-6500II/6540II printer issues a receipt giving an example of its fine tuning
or need for adjustment.
Dot Alignment
Test
Printer Test
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6 - Display Test
Shows the available dots and lines in both the numeric and alpha displays by running through
the available character set. All available indicators are illuminated at least once during this
test.
7 - RAM Test
An entry of 7 X/TIME begins a test of all installed RAM. This test
prints the status of each RAM chip: good, bad, or not present.
8 - E-PROM Checksum And Memory Allocation
Printout
The EPROM type and version will print on the receipt when option 8 is selected.
9 - S-Mode Programming Printout
An entry of 9 will print all S-Mode programming on the receipt printer.
10 - Clear PLU File
1 0 X/TIME clears all programming, totals and counters related to PLUs and PLU
programming.
11 - Unlock Guest Check/Check Tracking File
1 1 X/TIME releases the check file from a lockup situation.
12 - Test Pole Display
Performs a display check on the attached pole display.
#10 Clear PLU
#11 Unlock
Guest Check
#8 EPROM &
Memory
Allocation
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S-Mode Program 11 – Communication Testing
The following procedure is used to TEST THE COMMUNICATION PORTS. This test does
not check the integrity of the cabling from register to register. Both the serial ports and IRC
tests require that you insert a loop-back connector into the connection being tested.
Separate loop back connectors must be constructed for each type of serial or IRC port. This
requires one RJ-45 Ethernet loop-back connector, and DB-9 or RJ-45 loop-back connectors for
each port being tested. A single loop-back connector can be used to test multiple port by
moving it to different ports and running the test again.
Directions for building loop-back connectors may be found in the SER-6500I/6540II Service
Manual.
1
1
SUBTOTAL
CASH
EXIT
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S-Mode Program 20 - Keyboard Key Re-Location
To begin relocating keys on the keyboard, first enter the name and programming code in the
correct space on a copy of the keyboard key relocation worksheet provided in the back of this
manual.
Once the new keyboard has been mapped out, insert the "C" key into the keylock and turn to
the S-Mode position. Enter 2 0 and press SBTL. Enter the function code for the key being
assigned (1 to 3 digits), and press it's new location. You may now press the same location
again to exit program mode, or enter another function code and press a key location in order to
assign another key.
If a function key already occupies space on the keyboard, entering its function code and
pressing an alternate location DOES NOT remove the original keyboard location. A new
function key code or a function code of zero must be assigned to the keys old position in order
to insure that the function does not occupy two key spaces.
Install Default Keyboard
In the event that you would like to re-install the default keyboard, please follow these steps:
1. Insert the "C" key into the keylock and turn to the S-Mode position.
2. UNPLUG the register from the power source.
3. HOLD DOWN the key just above the key in the lower right-hand corner of the keyboard
(marked SUBTOTAL on the default keyboard) and PLUG IN the register. USE THE
DESCRIBED KEY REGARDLESS OF ITS PRESENT LABEL AND
PROGRAMMING.
4. A tone will sound and a receipt will be issued.
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S-Mode Programming • 43
S-Mode Function Key Codes
&2'(
)81&7,21
&2'(
)81&7,21
&2'(
)81&7,21
&$6+
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6,=(
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&+$5*(
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&+$5*(
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* All numeric keys, as well as the SUBTOTAL key and CLEAR, must be assigned a new
position before their current position is given to another function. These keys are
required to be on the keyboard at all times.
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S-Mode Program 30 - System Option Programming
S-Mode option programming deals with the configuration of totals and counters for X and Z
reports. This section of programming designates which totals are carried into the net and gross
sales totals, which totals are then added to the grand totals, and finally, which totals print on
reports.
S-Mode option programming also sets other options regarding basic printing on receipts,
kitchen printers and video screens, and deactivation of certain functions, as well as tax and
placement of the decimal point.
Program Key Sequences
After placing the keylock in the S-Mode position:
1. Enter 3 0 and press the SBTL key.
2. Enter the address that you wish to program, and press X/TIME.
3. Enter the sum of the desired options and press the SBTL key.
4. Press the CASH key to terminate S-Mode programming.
Program Another?
3
0
SUBTOTAL
X/TIME
Address
SBTL
CASH
Sum
Note: The sum may determine programming for up to three options, each option having a
value of 1, 2, or 4 for a YES (on), or 0 for NO (off). Add the numeric values of each of the
YES options to get the sum for that address.
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S-Mode 30 - SUBTOTAL PROGRAMMING
ADDRESS
S-MODE PROGRAM OPTIONS
1
Reset Gross Sales Grand Total after
Z Financial Report?
Print Gross Sales Grand Total on
Financial Report?
2
Reset Net Sales Grand Total After
Z Financial Report?
Print Net Sales Grand Total on
Financial Report?
Omit Tax Totals from Net Sales
Grand Total?
3
Reset Negative Sales Grand Total
After Z Financial Report?
Print Negative Sales Grand Total
on Financial Reports?
Print kitchen printer items when the
SBTL key is pressed:
4
If Grand Totals Print on Z-Reports,
Print on X-Reports Also?
Send Clerk, Group, and PLU
Descriptors When Polled?
Abort Polling When IRC Fails?
5
Z Counter Resets After Z Financial
Report?
Consecutive Number Resets After Z
Financial Report?
Disable line find on the slip printer
during a hard check transaction?
6
VAT Tax is Subtracted From
Individual PLU Totals?
Allow Open (Unit) Price Entry for
Scale PLUs?
Allow scanner to open/recall a
check when a bar code with the
check number is scanned?
46 • S-Mode Programming
VALUE
=
YES = 1
NO = 0
YES = 2
NO = 0
YES = 1
NO = 0
YES = 2
NO = 0
YES = 4
NO = 0
YES = 1
NO = 0
YES = 2
NO = 0
Print all items = 4
Print new items = 0
YES = 1
NO = 0
(default)YES = 2
NO = 0
YES = 4
NO = 0
YES = 1
NO = 0
YES = 2
NO = 0
YES = 4
NO = 0
YES = 1
NO = 0
YES = 2
NO = 0
YES = 4
NO
SUM
(A)
(B)
(A+B)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
=0
(C)
(A+B+C)
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ADDRESS
7
S-MODE PROGRAM OPTIONS
Add-Check Advances the
Consecutive Number at Final
Tender Only?
Day is Divided into 48 Time
Periods (Default is 24).
8
Deactivate Void Mode (Transaction
Void)?
Void Mode Totals do not add to
Grand Totals?
Allow only one consecutive Void
mode transaction?
9
Time Printed on Receipt is:
Disable Time and Date
Programming?
Send detailed Clerk Time in/Time
out data to PC when polled?
10
Set Decimal Position:
11
Total Sale Amount to Print on
Kitchem Printer?
Kitchen Printer Format is:
Send Order to K/P on Subtotal?
12
Total Sale Amount to Display on
Kitchen Video?
Kitchen Video Format is:
Send Order to KVS on Subtotal?
13
Suppress Print of Voided Orders at
KP/KVS?
"Suppress Print of ""TRAINING
MODE"" on Receipts during
Training Mode?
Suppress Print of Training Total on
Financial Report?
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VALUE
=
YES
=1
NO
=0
SUM
(A)
YES = 2
NO = 0
YES = 1
NO = 0
YES = 2
NO = 0
YES = 4
NO = 0
AM/PM = 1
MILITARY = 0
YES = 2
NO = 0
YES = 4
NO = 0
X.XX = 0
XX.X = 1
XXX. (nodecimal) = 2
.XXX = 3
YES = 1
NO = 0
REAL TIME = 2
BATCH = 0
YES = 4
NO = 0
YES = 1
NO = 0
REAL TIME = 2
BATCH = 0
YES = 4
NO = 0
YES = 1
NO = 0
YES = 2
NO
(B)
(A+B)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
=0
(B)
YES
NO
=4
=0
(C)
(A+B+C)
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ADDRESS
S-MODE PROGRAM OPTIONS
VALUE
14
Allow PLU Programming by
Range? Type 3 Barcode Embedding
Format
YES
=1
NO
=0
Type 1 Barcode Embedding
Format? (Ignores Price for
Checksum)
YES
=2
NO
=0
Type 7 Barcode Embedding Format
YES
NO
YES
NO
15
Allow Z-Report (Reset) of Open
Check Reports? (If yes, reset is
allowed with open checks.)
Checks Paid Slip is Stub (Soft
Check Only)
Inhibit Checks Paid Slip Print (Soft
check only)
=
SUM
(A)
(B)
=4
=0
=1
=0
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
YES
NO
YES
NO
0000-9999*
16
Enter Four-Digit Password for Z2
Reports. 0000 = No Password
17
Enter Four-Digit Password for Z3
Reports. 0000 = No Password
0000-9999*
18
Enter Four-Digit Password For Z1
Reports. 0000 = No Password
0000-9999*
19
Enter Four-Digit Password for X1
Reports. 0000 = No Password
0000-9999*
=2
=0
=4
=0
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
* must use 4 digits
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S-Mode Programming Notes
Option 6 - VAT tax is netted from PLU totals.
By setting this option to YES, PLUs programmed as taxable in a Value Added Tax
environment will print the net sales amount on reports. A $1.00 VAT item (including tax) will
report as $.91 when the VAT tax is 10%.
Option 6 - Allow Open (Unit) Price Entry for Scale PLUs.
By setting this option to YES, PLUs programmed to require scale key depression may also
accept an open amount for the unit price. In other words, open amount PLUs may be
programmed to require the depression of the SCALE key, which will then multiply the weight
by the price (per lb/kg) entered.
Option 7 - Day is divided into 48 time periods.
By setting this option to YES, Time Period Reports will be based on 48 half-hour periods,
rather than 24 one-hour periods.
Option 9 - Time print format / suppress time print.
Time and date programming can be disabled to prevent mid-shift changes. You are also able to
choose between a 12 and 24 hour rotation for the displayed and printed time. When time is
kept in military fashion, 2:30 P.M. is printed as 14:30.
Options 11 & 12 - Kitchen printer / video format.
Option 11 deals with timing of orders when programming a system that includes items routed
to a kitchen printer or video. The register will send an order to the kitchen printer upon
finalization, unless programmed to do otherwise.
A Real-time system buffers only one item (sends one item as soon as you finish entering the
next). This is the fastest way to get items to the prep. area.
A Batch system buffers the entire order, and sends it only after payment has been made. A
slightly faster version of batch mode sends the order when the SBTL key is pressed prior to
payment.
Option 13 - Suppress training mode print.
TRAINING will print at the top of each receipt created while the register is in training mode
unless Option 13 is programmed as "1" to disable the message.
Option 14 - Barcode types 3, 1, and 7.
Set Option 14 to match your method of printing barcode labels with embedded prices and/or
weights. Format 1 utilizes a price check sum digit, while format 3 does not. Format 7 allows
the use of labels with the item weight embedded in the barcode.
Options 16, 17, 18, and 19 - Password protection for reports.
A four digit password may be required in order to print Z2 & Z3 reports. The password is
disabled when these options are set to zero.
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Price/Weight Type Barcode Format Definitions
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SER-6500II / SER-6540II Eprom Upgrade Instructions
LOADER1.EXE/LOADER2.EXE are the programs to download EPROM application from
your PC to a single register.
1. Copy the Loader.exe files and EPROM binary files to the same directory.
2. Unplug the register.
3. Connect Comm port #1only on the register to Comm port #1 or Comm port #2 on
your PC using a standard 65xx polling cable.
4. Turn the key on the register to S-Mode, and unplug from power.
5. Plug in the Register while holding down the Lower right Key position. This is the
Cash Tender key location by default. Release the key. The Register should now
display PC DOWNLOAD.
6. Excute LOADER1.EXE or LOADER2.EXE according to the PC serial port you have
connected the register to on your PC. Loader1 for Comm port #1 and Loader2 for
Comm port #2.
7. Enter the EPROM file name [Ex: 209.bin] that you want to download and press
[ENTER]
8. Wait till the program is downloaded to the register. This will take about 10 minutes.
9. After program is finished downloading, the register will print a small receipt.
10. Perform a total RAM clear on the register, and install memory allocation.
Procedure to transfer EPROM application from register to
other registers.
1. Connect sending registers and receiving registers together with Lan Cables. This is the
same connection used for normal IRC operation with the 65xxII registers.
2. Decide which registers are to receive the new EPROM data from the sending register.
3. Turn the key on the receiving registers to S-Mode, and unplug them from power.
4. Plug in the receiving register(s) while holding down the Lower right Key position.
This is the Cash Tender key location by default. Release the key. The receiving
register(s) should now display PC DOWNLOAD.
5. Enter 88 Subt in S-Mode on the sending register. This will erase the old EPROM and
load the new EPROM in the receiving register(s).
6. Wait till the program is downloaded to the register(s), about 4 minutes.
7. Push the Cash or Clear key to finalize this program on the sending register.
8. After program is finished downloading, the receiving register(s) will print a small
receipt.
9. Perform a total RAM clear on the receiving register(s), and install memory allocation.
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P-Mode Programming
Introduction
A summary of programming performed in the ‘P’ position is listed here:
System Options
System options include:
ƒ Cash drawer compulsions
ƒ Cash declaration programming
ƒ Clerk sign-on methods
ƒ Rounding procedures for percentage (%) calculations and split pricing
ƒ Global digit entry restrictions
ƒ Pop-Up & Stay-Down for sizes and modifiers
ƒ Validation Sensor activation
ƒ Training mode configuration
ƒ Standard Labor Rate programming
Print Options
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Receipt print format
Abbreviated reporting
Report Zero Skip
Report print format
Journal Skip programming
Check Validation format
Multiple receipt/validation controls
Logo format (Printed/stamp)
Time Keeping concerns
Communications Programming
•
•
•
•
•
IRC System parameters (number of machines, first, last, etc.)
Store Number
Identify registers with check tracking data (Primary and back-up)
IRC Report printing format (master and satellite)
RS-232C configuration for ports 1 - 4
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P-Mode Programming • 53
Tax Rate Programming
Each of the four available tax rates is identified as either an add-on, or Value Added (VAT)
tax, and if add-on, whether it is calculated based on a straight percentage, or tax table.
Additional programming is provided for Canadian GST programming, whereby the initial GST
tax rate may be also taxable by one or more of the remaining tax rates.
Individual Function Key Programming
Each function key is programmable for one or more of the following:
• Function Key Options - In-active, active in X-Mode only, compulsory validation,
compulsory Non-Add # entry, Cash Drawer will open/not open, amount will be
exempt from selected tax rate (1-4).
• Function Key Descriptor - a programmable twelve character descriptor will appear on
receipts and reports.
• Function Key HALO/Amount - Entering the High Amount Lock Out (maximum
amount allowed), or preset amount for this function key.
Macro Key Programming
Up to 50 keystrokes may be recorded and played back as a macro. Macros are valid in any
keylock position, and may be useful during programming for repeatedly entering long strings
of keystrokes.
PLU Programming
•
•
•
•
•
•
Status options
- Tax Status/Food Stamp Eligibility
- Designate whether PLU is a Condiment, Negative, a Single Item, HASH or a
Gallonage PLU.
- Set Discount status (yes or no)
- Make PLU compulsory for Scale and Non-Add # entry, validation and condiment
entry.
- Set print options for this PLU (red on K/P, prohibit print on receipt or detail)
- Set Promo (promotional) eligibility
- Prevent sales amounts from adding to report averages for dollar per customer and
dollar per item.
- Define PLU as open or preset amount entry
- Designate reporting groups
Preset Price/HALO
PLU Descriptor Programming (up to twelve characters)
Linked PLU Programming - linking two PLUs will cause the second PLU to register
automatically, once the first is entered. This link is permanent, requiring you to delete
the PLU from memory in order to terminate the link.
PLU Keyboard Placement - PLU entries may be made by either entering the PLU's
code and pressing the PLU function key, or by pressing the keyboard location assigned
to that PLU.
Delete PLU from Memory - Once a PLU has been programmed, it remains in memory
until deleted. Deleting unused or obsolete PLUs will make room in memory to create
and maintain new ones.
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Clerk/Cashier Programming
•
•
•
•
Sign-on Code Programming - Each Clerk may be assigned a secret sign-in code of up
to ten digits.
Descriptor Programming - A custom twelve character descriptor may be programmed
for each clerk/cashier.
Status Options - Status options assign clerks to a labor group, and a specific cash
drawer.
Labor Group Descriptor Programming - Each of the thirty labor groups may have a
custom twelve-character descriptor.
Report Group Programming
•
•
•
•
Group Descriptor - Each PLU reporting group may be assigned a twelve character
descriptor, which will appear on all group reports.
Group Status - Each group may be programmed to not add to Group totals, and to
print or display at either The kitchen printer or video display.
Group Output (print/display) Programming - Items belonging to this group may be
routed to one or more kitchen printers or video displays, up to seven each. Outputs
1 - 7 are designated printer outputs, while 8 - 14 are designated video outputs. Each
output is in turn routed to a specific register and port number, as part of the
programming sequence.
Backup Group Output Programming - Backup programming mirrors Group Output
programming, except that it gives an alternate site for the group to be printed or
displayed, should the primary site become disabled. (If both main and back-up
printers fail, the order will be printed on the receipt printer of the register that the order
was entered on.)
Report/Receipt Descriptor Programming
Display Descriptor Programming
Error Message Programming
Displayed messages, error codes, and programming prompts may also be customized. See the
1000 SUBTOTAL series programming section for a listing of default messages and prompts.
Clerk/Cashier Report Descriptors
The descriptors for totals that appear on the clerk report are programmable in the same manner
as the financial report.
Logo Message Descriptors
The Samsung SER-6500II/6540II may be configured with a programmable logo message of
four line (the pre-amble) and a trailer message of two lines (post-amble). Each line may
contain up to 24 single size characters. One double sized character counts as two single sized.
String Report Programming
Two string reports may be programmed for the SER-6500II/6540II. Each report may be made
up of stand-alone or IRC reports (mix & match). Keylock positions are also programmable
for each report within a string (actual, X-, or Z-Mode).
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Scheduling String Reports/Time Activated Macros
String reports can be programmed to run automatically at a pre-designated time each day. The
same can be done with up to ten macro keys.
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Initial Clear Procedure
1. Insert the “C” or "P" key into the keylock and turn to the P-Mode position.
2. UNPLUG the register from the power source.
3. HOLD DOWN the key in the lower right-hand corner of the keyboard (marked CASH
on the default keyboard) and PLUG IN the register. USE THIS LOWER RIGHTHAND KEY REGARDLESS OF ITS PRESENT LABEL AND PROGRAMMING.
4. A tone will sound and an initial clear receipt will be issued.
The initial clear procedure may be used to release a register from a locked-up condition. An
initial clear may be performed at any time, but performing an initial clear in the middle of a
sale will cause balancing problems. An initial clear does notaffect the register's program.
Initial Clear Receipt
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P-Mode Program Scans - 15 SBTL
In order to read the current programming of any of the P-Mode options, ask for the program
scan of that option. Scans are identified by code, and print all programmed information for
each individual code when it is entered.
Scan codes are given in the chart below.
Program Another?
1
5
SUBTOTAL
N1
N2
X/TIME
CASH
Scan Code
PROGRAMMING SCANS
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CODE
FUNCTION
ADDRESS
1
P-Mode Options
40 SUBTOTAL
2
Printing Options
50 SUBTOTAL
3
Communications Options
60 SUBTOTAL
4
Function Keys
70/80/90 SUBTOTAL
5
Keyboard Key Assignments
S-Mode 20 SUBTOTAL
6
PLUs by Range
100/200/300 SUBTOTAL
7
Clerks
800 Series
8
Tax Programming
9
Tare Weight Programming
10
Macro Programming
95 SUBTOTAL
11
PLU Report Group Programming
900 Series
12
Labor Group Programming
13
Display Messages
1010 SUBTOTAL
14
Financial Report Descriptors
1000 SUBTOTAL
15
Logo Message
1100 SUBTOTAL
16
Error Message
1020 SUBTOTAL
17
Clerk Report Message
103 SUBTOTAL
18
String Report Programming
19
Time Schedule for String Reports
20
Time Schedule for Macros
21
KP/KVS Routing Information
900 Series
22
NLU (Number Look Up) assignments
500 SUBTOTAL
1200/1300 Series
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P-Mode System Options - 40 SBTL
Program Another?
4
0
SUBTOTAL
X/TIME
Address
ADDRESS
SYSTEM OPTION
1
Prevent Cash Drawer from Opening
During Reports?
Cash Declaration is Compulsory
Before X/Z Reports.
Enforce Cashier Sign Off Before
Reports?
2
Allow Post Tendering?
Negative Tender Allowed in XMode Only? (Negative = zero or
less)
Open Cash Drawer When Cashier
Signs On / Off?
3
Activate Open Drawer Alarm?
Disable Compulsory Drawer?
Activate Auto Clear Feature?
4
Number of Seconds Before Open
Drawer Alarm Sounds:
5
Clerk Sign-on Method is:
Clerks Are:
6
If Clerk Sign-on is Push-button,
Which Clerk is Assigned to button?
7
% and Tax Calculations will:
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SBTL
CASH
Sum
VALUE
=
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
NO
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
YES
=4
NO
=0
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
1 – 99
Default = 30
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
Secret Code
Direct Code
Push-button
Pop-up
Stay-down
1 – 99
Default = 1
=1
=2
=0
=4
=0
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(A+B)
Round up at .50 = 0
Always RoundUp = 1
Always RoundDown = 2
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ADDRESS
SYSTEM OPTION
8
Round Factor for Split Pricing and
Decimal Multiplication:
9
HASH Feature is:
Hash PLUs do not add to the receipt
(sale)?
Enable Swedish rounding, where
pennies are rounded (0 to 2=0; 3 to
7=5; 8 to 9=10).
10
Global Entry Limit (Maximum
Number of Digits for Single Entry)
in Reg. Mode.
11
Allow Direct Multiplication?
Deactivate Split Pricing
Accept Direct Multiplication
Entries of More Than 1 Digit?
12
PLU Size Keys Are:
PLU Modifier Keys Are:
Modify Stay-Down by Popping Up
after Tender:
13
Disable PLU Preset/HALO
Override?
Apply Size or Modifier to Code
Entry PLUs?
Allow Expanded Size / Modifier
Entries on PLU/NLUs?
14
Send Orders to Kitchen Printer
While in Training Mode?
Open Cash Drawer in Training
Mode?
Enable Auto Sale function?
VALUE
Round up at .50 = 0
Always RoundUp = 1
Always RoundDown = 2
Normal = 0
Non-Add = 1
YES = 2
NO = 0
YES = 4
NO
SUM
(A)
(B)
=0
(C)
(A+B+C)
0 = No limit
0 - 14
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
Stay-Down
Pop-Up
Stay-Down
Pop-Up
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
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=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
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ADDRESS
15
SYSTEM OPTION
Activate Validation Sensor?
Activate R/J Exhaust Sensor?
VALUE
=
YES = 1
NO = 0
YES = 2
NO = 0
Up To 7 Digits
1 - 9999999
16
Cash in Drawer Limit:
17
Enter Average Labor Rate in Whole
Dollars:
Up To 4 Digits
1 - 9999
18
Training Mode Sign-in Code
(Password)
(0000 Entry disables training mode)
4 Digits
0000 - 9999
19
Silence Beep for Key Depressions
Allow Alpha Code Entry on SER6500II (Disables Alphanumeric
overlay)
Charge Keys Are: (Code Entry
Charges Use Charge 1 Only)
20
Require EAT-IN, TAKE-OUT, or
DRIVE-THRU Before Tender?
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YES
NO
YES
=1
=0
=2
NO
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(A+B)
(A)
(B)
Individual Keys
Code Entry
YES
NO
=4
=0
=1
=0
(C)
(A+B+C)
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P-Mode System Options - 40 SBTL Programming Notes
Option 1 - Prevent cash drawer from opening during reports?
The cash drawer opens for financial and cashier reports by default. Activating this option
requires the operator to sign on and perform a No-Sale in order to open the cash drawer.
Option 2 - Allow post tendering?
The post tendering function allows cashiers to re-calculate amounts tendered and change due.
As an example, if a sale totals $16.25 and the customer first offers a $20.00 bill for payment,
the cashier would enter
2 0 0 0 and press CASH (showing $3.75 due in change). If the customer now finds extra
change and offers the cashier $21.25, the cashier may re-enter the $21.25 to show change due
of $5.00.
Option 5 - Clerk sign-on methods
Clerks may use one of three methods to sign-on: Secret Code, Direct Code, and Push-button.
Secret code requires that the cashier first press the CASHIER button, then enter their sign-on
code (this code does not appear on the display), and then press the CASHIER key again.
Direct code allows the cashier to enter their sign-on code (which DOES appear on the display)
and simply press CASHIER.
Push button sign-on is achieved by just pressing the CASHIER key. Whichever cashier has
been assigned the cashier button (in Option 6) will then be signed on.
Option 9 - HASH feature is: Normal/Non-Add
When set to “Non-Add”, hash PLU entries will not add to sales, daily sales, net sales, or gross
sales.
Option 12 - Pop-up/Stay-Down for PLU Size & Modifier keys
Selecting Stay-Down for either of these options effectively allows locking the keyboard into a
selected “level”. See “Building a PLU”, in the PLU programming section of this manual.
The standard Pop-Up operation of these keys returns the operator to the default, or surface
value of the PLU key after it is pressed. A special setting is offered to allow the level or size to
remain stay-down for only the duration of the sale. Once tendering is completed, the level/size
returns to the default setting.
Option 13 - Apply Size or Modifier to Code Entry PLUs?
When set to “Yes”, Size and Modifier settings will be applied to code entry PLUs as well as
keyboard PLUs.
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Option 13 - Allow Expanded Size / Modifier Entries on PLU/NLUs?
When set to “YES”, up to 6 (each) Sizes and Modifiers may precede a PLU/NLU entry. "NO"
(default) allows only two Size and Modifier keys to precede an PLU/NLU. (See Size and
Modifier Programming for more information.)
Option 15 - Activate validation sensor?
Depending on the customer’s validation requirements, the validation sensors may be turned on
and off. If sensors are activated, they will not allow validation until the sensor detects the
inserted form.
Option 15- Activate R/J paper sensors?
When this option is activated, the register will issue an error tone and require that the journal
and/or receipt paper rolls are replaced before operations will resume. If the "Journal Low"
sensor kit has been installed, the condition will occur when paper becomes low. Otherwise the
register will wait until the paper supply is completely exhausted before entering the paper-out
error condition.
Option 17 - Enter standard labor rate in dollars.
The standard labor rate equals the average of all the hourly wages paid at the customer site.
This figure is used in calculating labor costs as part of reporting.
If the standard staff at any given time consists of three counter servers, each making $5.00 per
hour, two cooks, each making $5.50, an expeditor making $6.00 an hour, and one Manager
making $10.95 per hour, then the standard (average) labor rate for this store is $6.14, rounded
down to 006.
Option 18 - Training mode password.
A four digit password is required when signing into training mode. This password is
programmed as part of
Option 19 - Suppress beep for key depressions.
The beep resulting from key depressions can be silenced using this option.
Option 19 - Allow coded entry alpha programming on SER-6500II.
All descriptor programming for the SER-6500II is entered using the alpha-keyboard overlay
unless this option is set to "YES". Once set to yes, codes are accepted just as they are when
programming alpha characters on the SER-6540II.
Option 20 - Require EAT-IN, TAKE-OUT, or DRIVE-THRU before tender?
This option requires the operator to press one of the listed keys before ending the sale. Each of
the listed keys may be programmed to adjust taxes to conform with local laws concerning taxes
on prepared foods. The keys descriptor also appears on the K/P printout to help in packaging
the order (in a bag, on a tray, to the drive-thru window).
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P-Mode Programming • 63
P-Mode Print Options - 50 SBTL
Program Another?
5
0
SUBTOTAL
X/TIME
Address
ADDRESS
PRINT OPTION
1
Skip Print of Tax Amounts Charged
at Tender?
Print Net Subtotal (Before Taxes)
on Receipt?
Tax Print Format on Guest Check
Is:
2
Print VAT Tax Amount on seperate
Line?
Print Taxable Totals on Receipt?
3
Inhibit Print of Item Tax
Tax Amount Printed on Receipt at
Tender is:
4
Label Abbreviated Reports As Such
on Top of Reports?
Print Abbreviated Financial Report?
5
Print Total Labor Cost on Financial
Report?
Print Media Totals With Zero
Activity on Financial Report?
Suppress Print of Audaction Total
on Financial Reports?
6
Print Cashier Report at End of
Financial Report?
Print PLU Report at Beginning of
Financial Report?
Print Item Group Report as Part of
Financial Report?
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SBTL
CASH
Sum
VALUE
YES
NO
YES
NO
Subtotal
Accumulative
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
Combined
Itemized
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=1
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(A)
(B)
(A+B)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
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ADDRESS
7
PRINT OPTION
Print Average Items Per Customer
on Financial Report?
Print Average Dollar Per Customer
on Financial Report?
Print Average Revenue Per Item on
Financial Report?
8
Skip all Positive Entries On Detail?
(Journal Skip)
Inhibit Print of Date on Receipt?
Inhibit Print of Time on Receipt?
9
Print Subtotal When Subtotal Key
is Pressed.
Turn Detail Print Off.
(Except Reports)
Inhibit Print of Transaction # on
Receipt and Detail?
10
Final Validation Amount is:
Check Validation Amount is:
11
Date Print Format is:
12
Print Sales % on PLU Reports?
Print Media Totals on Cashier
Reports?
Inhibit Print of Audaction Total on
Cashier Reports?
13
Allow Multiple Validations?
Allow Multiple Receipts?
14
Buffered Receipt is:
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VALUE
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
Total Amount
Tender Amount
Total Amount
Tender Amount
DD/MM/YY
MM/DD/YY
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
Stub
Full
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=1
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=1
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(A+B)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(A+B)
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ADDRESS
15
16
PRINT OPTION
Select Logos to Print on Receipt:
(Enter Sum of Desired Logos)
Print Zero Totals on All Reports
Other Than Financial?
PLU Code Prints Along With Item
Descriptor?
17
Chit With Time Worked Will Print
When Clerk Clocks Out?
Hours for Timekeeping are Broken
into:
Allow Secret Clerk Code
Programming in X-Mode?
18
19
Number of Receipt Feed Lines to
Print Individual Linked Groups on
PLU Report.
Print Individual Promo and Waste
Totals on PLU Report
Print Individual Item Usage
Quantity on PLU Report.
20
Modifier Descriptor Prints on
Seperate Line Before Main Item.
Size Descriptor Prints on Seperate
Line Before Main Item.
21
Print Total Number of Items
Included in Sale at Bottom of
Receipt.
Print Total Number of Items
Included in Sale on Detail.
22
Override Reciept Issue When
Signing Clerk On/Off.
Override Reciept Issue When
Clocking Clerk In/Out.
23
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Print Tax Exempt Descriptor and
Totals on Receipt?
VALUE
Preamble
Postamble
Stamp
None
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
60 Minutes
100 units
YES
NO
1 - 10
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=1
SUM
(A)
(B)
(A+B)
(A)
(B)
(A+B)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(A+B)
=0
(A)
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
=2
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=1
=0
(B)
(A+B)
(A)
(B)
(A+B)
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24
PRINT OPTION
Print Order # on Receipt?
Suppress Print of Order # on
Remote Printers?
Condense Add Check Receipts?
(Suppresses Logo Messages)
VALUE
=
YES = 1
NO = 0
YES = 2
NO = 0
YES = 4
NO = 0
YES = 1
NO = 0
Enter 3-digit
Character Code
From Alpha Chart
25
Transaction # is Random Number?
26
Home Currency Symbol:
27
Converted Currency One Symbol:
Enter 3-digit
Character Code
From Alpha Chart
28
Converted Currency Two Symbol:
Enter 3-digit
Character Code
From Alpha Chart
29
Priority Printing by Group
Activated?
Disable Combination of Like Items
on K/P KVS?
30
Print EAT-IN, TAKE-OUT and
DRIVE-THRU in red on the kitchen
printer (provided that the printer is
capable of red/black print.)
Skip Print of Total for Checks Paid
Split Tender Operation?
Print non-add number on KP?
(print up to 8 digits)
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
NO
=0
(B)
(C)
(B)
=1
=0
=2
(A)
NO
=0
(B)
0-4
32
Optional Validation Output to Port:
(0 = R/J Printer)
0–4
(A+B+C)
(A)
YES
NO
YES
Optional Report Output to Port:
(0 = R/J Printer)
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(C)
31
SUM
(A+B+C)
(A+B)
P-Mode Programming • 67
Print Option Programming Notes
Option 1
Skip print of tax amounts charged a tender?
Tax amount due will not print on receipt or detail when this option is set to YES.
Print net subtotal on receipt?
Activating this option will automatically print the merchandise subtotal before taxes on the
receipt.
Option 2
Print VAT tax on separate line?
Setting this option to YES will print the VAT tax amount collected for the entire sale on the
receipt. This is a reference total for the customer and will not effect the total of the sale.
Print taxable totals on receipt?
When this option is set to YES, subtotals will print upon finalization for amounts taxable by
each tax rate. This is also a reference total, since some items may be taxable at multiple rates.
Inhibit print of item tax descriptors on receipt/journal?
When this option is set to YES, the register no longer prints the tax symbols usually found to
the right of taxable items on the receipt and journal.
Option 3
Tax amount printed on receipt is: Combined/Itemized
A line for each tax rate will print on receipts unless this option is set to 1.
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Examples of Report Print Customization
The report shown is an X Financial report, non-abbreviated, with "print zero totals" turned on.
The same report is shown on the opposite page after programming has been changed to skip
zero totals (this is default).
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Default Financial Report
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Abbreviated
Financial Report
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Option 4 - Print Abbreviated Financial Report?
An abbreviated financial report is available simply by programming this option to YES. The
abbreviated report does not list any information that has been turned off through programming.
Reports may be further customized during S-Mode programming, and in the P-Mode options
that follow. Examples of both standard and abbreviated report types are shown at the end of
this section.
Option 5
Print total labor cost on financial report?
This option will add labor cost figures to the financial report
Print media totals with zero activity on financial report?
Media totals with zero activity are not printed on the financial report unless this option is
programmed to YES. Zero activity is defined as having absolutely no activity since the last Zreset of the financial report. Media totals which have been used and then voided of corrected
will appear with zero totals on this report. See the example at the end of this section.
Option 8 - Skip all positive entries on detail?
High volume retail store applications may require that positive entries be omitted from the
detail tape, in order to conserve paper. All items are still printed on the customer receipt, and
all negative operations (coupons, voids, payment information) are printed on both the detail
and receipt.
Option 9 - Turn detail print off?
This option simply turns off all detail printing.
Option 10
Final validation amount is: Total amount/Tender amount.
This option clarifies validation of forms when more than one method of payment is used.
Tender keys may be programmed to require validation, and, at the same time, validation of a
form may be required for the entire sale. After all required validations have been made during
the payment process, a final validation will print the sale total if it is so programmed.
Otherwise, if multiple validations are allowed, the last tender amount will be repeated.
Check Validation amount is: Amount due/Amount tendered.
If the amount due is $15.00, and the amount tendered is $20.00 (followed by the CHECK key),
which of the above amounts should print on the back of the check if validation is required?
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Option 12
Print PLU sales % on reports?
Setting this option to "YES" print the % of total sales accounted for by this PLU. Sales %
figures add one more line for each PLU listed on the PLU report.
Print media totals on clerk/cashier reports?
Media totals for each individual clerk/cashier are printed as part of the clerk/cashier report
when this option is set to "YES". This allows for full accountability when each clerk is
assigned their own drawer, or clerks are "banked", and must turn in individual deposits at the
end of their shifts.
Option 13 - Allow multiple receipts?
Stub/Full Receipt Examples:
The SER-6500II will issue a second full receipt of up to 50
items upon the depression of the CASH key after the sale has
been finalized. If this option is set to "YES", the register will
issue another full receipt for each addition depression of the
key.
Option 14 - Buffered receipt is: Full/Stub.
If this option is set to produce a stub receipt only the total
amount due prints with the amount tendered and change
returned. The logo stamp, and/or preamble and post amble
will print as well, but individual items will not.
If stub receipt is selected, then only the total of the sale is
printed, followed by the tendering and change information. If
RECEIPT ON/OFF is off, only the stub will be printed on
request. If RECEIPT ON/OFF is on, a full receipt will print
during the sale, and a stub receipt on request.
Option 16
Print zero totals on all reports other than
financial?
This option allows the user to trim back financial reporting
(using zero skip) while still printing zero activity items on
other reports.
PLU code prints along with item descriptor on
printers?
This option prints both the descriptor and PLU code number for reference when registered in a
transaction, during reports, and on kitchen printer output.
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Option 17
Print chit when clerk clocks out?
This option will cause the register to print a chit (receipt) for the clerk, showing time worked,
when the clerk clocks out.
Hours for time keeping are broken into: 60 minutes/100 units.
For the end users convenience, the work hour may be divided into
either the traditional 60 minutes, or 1/100 of an hour. This saves
time by doing the minutes to decimal conversion automatically.
Option 18 - Number of receipt lines to feed
between total/change line and post-amble.
In the example, shown on the right, Option 18 = 3.
Option 19
Print individual linked groups on PLU report
Choosing this option will list the three groups that this PLU has
been programmed to report to on the PLU report.
Print individual Promo and Waste Totals on PLU
report
Setting this option to YES will print PROMO and WASTE figures
as part of the standard PLU report.
Print Individual item usage quantity on PLU report
Choosing this option will list the number "used" on the PLU report.
The number used includes any items accounted for using the
WASTE and PROMO keys. This is the total taken out of inventory
through sales, spoilage, or given away.
Option 20
Modifier descriptor prints on separate line before
main item.
Used to customize Kitchen Printer output.
Size descriptor prints on separate line before main
item.
Used to customize Kitchen Printer output.
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Option 22 - Override receipt issue when: Signing clerk on/off -Clocking
clerk in/out
The register will issue a receipt regardless of receipt on/off setting.
Option 23 - Print tax exempt descriptor and totals on receipt?
Reference totals for tax exempt amounts may be programmed to print on receipts.
Option 24 - Condense Add Check Receipts?
When this option is selected the register will suppress print of the logo and trailer messages
any time the AddCheck key is used. Each complete order is shown on the receipt, separated by
a single blank line. Once the entire Add Check operation is completed, the trailer message is
printed and the receipt printer resumes normal operation.
Option 25 - Transaction # is random number?
Registers may be programmed to issue random transaction numbers, verses consecutive.
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Option 29 - Group Priority Printing Activated?
When Priority printing has been activated, items sent to kitchen printers in batch mode will be
sorted and grouped according to their Group numbers. Items with the lowest group numbers
will appear higher on the tape than those with lower numbers. This makes building a tray
easier by showing all sandwiches, then all drinks, and then all sides.
See example:
Normal K/P Output
Receipt
Prioritized K/P Output
Program Scan
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Option 30 - Skip Print of Total for Checks Paid Split Tender Operation?
The "Print Total" feature can be disabled so that seperate checks paid totals are not printed
during multiple tender payment entries while closing a guest check.
See example:
Option 30 = 1
Option 30 = 0 (Default)
Option 30 = o
(Default)
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6
0
SUBTOTAL
X/TIME
Address
ADDRESS
COMMUNICATION OPTION
SBTL
Sum
VALUE
1
Register Number Holding TimeIn/Time-Out Data:
0-16
2
IRC Number of First Register in
IRC System:
0-16
3
IRC Number of Last Register in
IRC System:
0-16
4
Number of IRC Retries Before Fail:
5
Store Polling I.D. Number:
6
Register Number Holding Check
Tracking Data:
0-16
7
Register Number Holding Back-up
Check Tracking Data:
0-16
8
Reserved
9
Reserved
10
Reserved
11
Individual Financial Report Prints
at Master During Consolidation?
12
Individual Sales Time Report Prints
at Master During Consolidation?
13
Individual PLU Report(s) Prints at
Master During Consolidation?
14
Individual Clerk Report(s) Prints at
Master During Consolidation?
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=
SUM
00-99
Default = 10
1-9999
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
=1
=0
=1
=0
=1
=0
=1
=0
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ADDRESS
COMMUNICATION OPTION
VALUE
Individual Cash In Drawer Report
Prints at Master During
Consolidation?
YES
=1
NO
=0
Individual Check In Drawer Report
Prints at Master During
Consolidation?
YES
=1
NO
=0
Individual Fd Stmp In Drawer
Report Prints at Master During
Consolidation?
YES
=1
NO
=0
18
Individual Group Report(s) Prints
at Master During Consolidation?
19
Individual Daily Sales Report Prints
at Master During Consolidation?
20
Individual Item By Group Report
Prints at Master During
Consolidation?
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
=1
=0
=1
=0
=1
NO
=0
15
16
17
21
Lan Tran interface, multiplier for
ENQ timeout. For example, if you
program this value as 20, this
increases the timeout by 2.0 times
the original.
00-99
Default = 10
22
Lan Tran interface, multiplier for
RESPONSE timeout. For example,
if you program this value as 20, this
increases the timeout by 2.0 times
the original.
00-99
Default = 10
23
Reserved
24
Reserved
25
Reserved
26
Reserved
27
Reserved
28
Reserved
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ADDRESS
COMMUNICATION OPTION
31
Print Individual Financial Report at
Satellite During Consolidation?
YES
=1
NO
=0
Print Individual Sales Time Report
at Satellite During Consolidation?
YES
=1
NO
=0
Print Individual PLU Report(s) at
Satellite During Consolidation?
YES
=1
NO
=0
Print Individual Clerk Report(s) at
Satellite During Consolidation?
YES
=1
NO
=0
Print Individual Cash In Drawer
Report at Satellite During
Consolidation?
YES
=1
NO
=0
Print Individual Check In Drawer
Report at Satellite During
Consolidation?
YES
=1
NO
=0
Print Individual Food Stamp In
Drawer Report at Satellite During
Consolidation?
YES
=1
NO
=0
Print Individual Group Report(s) at
Satellite During Consolidation?
YES
=1
NO
=0
Print Individual Daily Sales Report
at Satellite During Consolidation?
YES
=1
NO
=0
Print Individual Item By Group
Report at Satellite During
Consolidation?
YES
=1
NO
=0
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
VALUE
=
SUM
Options 41-49 are not used.
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ADDRESS
COMMUNICATION OPTION
50
Baud Rate for Serial Port #1 is:
51
Port #1 Bits per Character:
Port #1 Number of Stop Bits:
52
Port #1 Parity is:
53
Port #1 is Dedicated to:
(0 = Disabled)
54
Port #1 Number of Retries
(Each Retry = 0.5 Seconds)
55
Port #1 Device is:
* CAS PD-1 Scales currently use
the same interface as NCI scales
VALUE
19,200 = 3
9,600 = 2
4,800 = 1
2,400 = 0
7
=1
8
=0
2
=2
1
=0
Even = 2
Odd
=1
None = 0
Liquor System = 9
Journal Echo = 8
Pole Display = 7
Coin Changer = 6
Scanner = 5
Scale = 4
Kitchen Video = 3
Remote Printer = 2
Polling = 1
1 – 999
Default = 0
Lan Tran Interface
=
ISD Pole Display
Epson Pole Display
NCI Scale
Enhanced Slip Printer
interface with no slip out
paper checking
=
SUM
(A)
(B)
(A + B)
=6
Star SP-200
=5
Dedicated slip printer
output for TM-295, 810,
820, and 298
=4
SRP-350, 300
TM-T80 , 85, 88, 88II
CBM-230, 3210, 1000
SRP100, , 200
Epson TM-U200
Citizen 3550/51 or
Citizen 3540/41
No Device
=0
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ADDRESS
COMMUNICATION OPTION
VALUE
56
Number of Line Feeds Before Print
Jobs for Port #1 Remote Printer:
0 – 49
57
Number of Line Feeds After Print
Jobs for Port #1 Remote Printer:
0 - 49
58
Maximum Number of Lines Printed
on a ""Hard"" Check"
0 - 99
59
Reserved
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ADDRESS
COMMUNICATION OPTION
60
Baud Rate for Serial Port #2 is:
61
Port #2 Bits per Character:
Port #2 Number of Stop Bits:
62
Port #2 Parity is:
63
Port #2 is Dedicated to:
(0 = Disabled)
64
Port #2 Number of Retries
(Each Retry = 0.5 Seconds)
65
Port #2 Device is:
* CAS PD-1 Scales currently use
the same interface as NCI scales
VALUE
19,200 = 3
9,600 = 2
4,800 = 1
2,400 = 0
7
=1
8
=0
2
=2
1
=0
Even = 2
Odd
=1
None = 0
Liquor System = 9
Journal Echo = 8
Pole Display = 7
Coin Changer = 6
Scanner = 5
Scale = 4
Kitchen Video = 3
Remote Printer = 2
Polling = 1
1 – 999
Default = 0
Lan Tran Interface
=
ISD Pole Display
Epson Pole Display
NCI Scale
Enhanced Slip Printer
interface with no slip out
paper checking
=
SUM
(A)
(B)
(A + B)
=6
Star SP-200
=5
Dedicated slip printer
output for TM-295, 810,
820, and 298
=4
SRP-350, 300
TM-T80 , 85, 88, 88II
CBM-230, 3210, 1000
SRP100, , 200
Epson TM-U200
Citizen 3550/51 or
Citizen 3540/41
No Device
=0
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ADDRESS
COMMUNICATION OPTION
VALUE
66
Number of Line Feeds Before Print
Jobs for Port #2 Remote Printer:
0 – 49
67
Number of Line Feeds After Print
Jobs for Port #2 Remote Printer:
0 - 49
68
Maximum Number of Lines Printed
on a ""Hard"" Check"
0 - 99
69
Reserved
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ADDRESS
COMMUNICATION OPTION
70
Baud Rate for Serial Port #3 is:
71
Port #3 Bits per Character:
Port #3 Number of Stop Bits:
72
Port #3 Parity is:
73
Port #3 is Dedicated to:
(0 = Disabled)
74
Port #3 Number of Retries
(Each Retry = 0.5 Seconds)
75
Port #3 Device is:
* CAS PD-1 Scales currently use
the same interface as NCI scales
VALUE
19,200 = 3
9,600 = 2
4,800 = 1
2,400 = 0
7
=1
8
=0
2
=2
1
=0
Even = 2
Odd
=1
None = 0
Liquor System = 9
Journal Echo = 8
Pole Display = 7
Coin Changer = 6
Scanner = 5
Scale = 4
Kitchen Video = 3
Remote Printer = 2
Polling = 1
1 – 999
Default = 0
Lan Tran Interface
=
ISD Pole Display
Epson Pole Display
NCI Scale
Enhanced Slip Printer
interface with no slip out
paper checking
=
SUM
(A)
(B)
(A + B)
=6
Star SP-200
=5
Dedicated slip printer
output for TM-295, 810,
820, and 298
=4
SRP-350, 300
TM-T80 , 85, 88, 88II
CBM-230, 3210, 1000
SRP100, , 200
Epson TM-U200
Citizen 3550/51 or
Citizen 3540/41
No Device
=0
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ADDRESS
COMMUNICATION OPTION
VALUE
76
Number of Line Feeds Before Print
Jobs for Port #3 Remote Printer:
0 – 49
77
Number of Line Feeds After Print
Jobs for Port #3 Remote Printer:
0 - 49
78
Maximum Number of Lines Printed
on a ""Hard"" Check"
0 - 99
79
Reserved
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ADDRESS
COMMUNICATION OPTION
80
Baud Rate for Serial Port #4 is:
81
Port #4 Bits per Character:
Port #4 Number of Stop Bits:
82
Port #4 Parity is:
83
Port #4 is Dedicated to:
(0 = Disabled)
84
Port #4 Number of Retries
(Each Retry = 0.5 Seconds)
85
Port #4 Device is:
* CAS PD-1 Scales currently use
the same interface as NCI scales
VALUE
19,200 = 3
9,600 = 2
4,800 = 1
2,400 = 0
7
=1
8
=0
2
=2
1
=0
Even = 2
Odd
=1
None = 0
Liquor System = 9
Journal Echo = 8
Pole Display = 7
Coin Changer = 6
Scanner = 5
Scale = 4
Kitchen Video = 3
Remote Printer = 2
Polling = 1
1 – 999
Default = 0
Lan Tran Interface
=
ISD Pole Display
Epson Pole Display
NCI Scale
Enhanced Slip Printer
interface with no slip out
paper checking
=
SUM
(A)
(B)
(A + B)
=6
Star SP-200
=5
Dedicated slip printer
output for TM-295, 810,
820, and 298
=4
SRP-350, 300
TM-T80 , 85, 88, 88II
CBM-230, 3210, 1000
SRP100, , 200
Epson TM-U200
Citizen 3550/51 or
Citizen 3540/41
No Device
=0
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ADDRESS
COMMUNICATION OPTION
VALUE
86
Number of Line Feeds Before Print
Jobs for Port #4 Remote Printer:
0 – 49
87
Number of Line Feeds After Print
Jobs for Port #4 Remote Printer:
0 - 49
88
Maximum Number of Lines Printed
on a ""Hard"" Check"
0 - 99
89
Reserved
=
SUM
Typical System Option Settings for Printer Installations
Address
Settings for Optional Printers
50/60/70/80
2 (9600 Baud)
51/61/71/81
0 (8 data bits, 1 stop bit)
52/62/72/82
0 (no parity)
53/63/73/83
2 (remote printer)
54/64/74/84
30 (# of retries)
55/65/75/85
Choose the appropriate setting for the printer type you
are using.
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P-Mode Programming • 87
P-Mode Tax Rate Programming
The first programming step defines the calculation method and assigns tax rates.
The Samsung SER-6500II/6540II has the capability to support four separate tax rates.
These rates may be calculated as either a straight percentage of between .001% and 99.999%,
or a 60 break-point table. Each tax may be either an add-on tax (added to the cost of a taxable
item), or a Value Added Tax (VAT) that is included in the price of the item.
Tax rate 4 may be set to function as the Canadian Goods & Services Tax (GST). If Tax 4 is
designated as GST, table programming for that rate is not allowed.
Definitions for tax rates 1, 2, 3, & 4 are made as part of tax programming.
Tax rate 1 options:
Straight percent
Tax table
Add-on tax
VAT tax
Tax rate 2 options:
Straight percent
Tax table
Add-on tax
VAT tax
Tax rate 3 options:
Straight percent
Tax table
Add-on tax
VAT tax
Tax rate 4 options:
Straight percent
Tax table
Add-on tax
VAT tax
Tax amount taxable by rate 1 (GST)
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Straight Percentage Programming
When tax requirements may be met using a straight percentage, use the following method to
program a tax as a straight percentage:
Straight percentage tax programming requires a eight-digit entry (labeled N1 - N8 below).
This assigns the rate as well as a two-digit status defining the tax as add-on, inclusive (VAT),
and/or Canadian GST type tax. Remember to press the decimal key as shown. The rate is
designated as 1, 2, 3, or 4 using the appropriate code for N8.
Straight Percentage Programming
N1
N2
.
N3
N4
N5
N6
N7
Status
Percentage Rate
N8
TAX
CASH
Tax
Rate
(1-4)
An example of percentage and status programming follows:
Enter the rate (digits N1 through N5), using the decimal key, leading zeros are not required
(6.500 = 6.5%, 10.000 10%, etc.). This is followed by the status (two digits), and the
indicator for the proper tax (1 - 4). Then press TAX key.
6
.
5
0
0
0
0
Status
Percentage Rate
1
TAX
CASH
Tax
Rate
(1-4)
Percentage tax programming for rate 1 is complete. To arrive at a status value for N6 & N7
use the chart below. N7 applies to GST (rate 4) only, and must be “0” for rates 1, 2 & 3.
ADDRESS
% TAX OPTIONS
N6
Tax is:
N7
GST (Tax 4) is Taxable by Rate 1
GST (Tax 4) is Taxable by Rate 2
GST (Tax 4) is Taxable by Rate 3
N8
Tax Rate Being Programmed:
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VALUE
VAT Tax
% Add-on
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
Tax Rate 1
Tax Rate 2
Tax Rate 2
Tax Rate 2
=
=1
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=2
=3
=4
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
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If taxes in your area are not calculated on a straight percentage, tax tables may be programmed
according to meet local requirements. Tax tables follow these guidelines:
•
Maximum 60 tax breaks.
•
Tax breaks determine at what dollar amount an additional .01 will be added to the tax
total of the sale.
•
Determine break points by subtracting the high side of a dollar range from the high
side of the next dollar range.
•
The pattern of break points is the repeat breaks pattern.
•
The beginning break points that do not fit into the repeat breaks pattern are the nonrepeat breaks.
•
The following example uses a 6% Illinois tax.
Table programming is not allowed for Tax rate 4 if it is designated as GST. Likewise, tax
tables are not allowed for Value Added Tax (VAT) programming.
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Tax Table Programming Procedure:
The following example shows the procedure for programming tax rate 1 from the 6% table
shown.
1. Enter the two-digit status code for the tax rate
being programmed. This code consists of 1 (for
Tax Table), followed by the number
corresponding with the rate being programmed.
0
1
Table
Rate 1
2. Enter the maximum non-taxable amount (10).
Press the TAX key.
1
TAX
2
1
TAX
3
8
TAX
5
6
TAX
7
3
TAX
9
1
TAX
1
0
8
TAX
1
2
4
TAX
1
4
1
TAX
1
5
8
TAX
1
7
4
TAX
1
9
1
TAX
3. Enter the first tax amount charged (1). Press the
TAX key.
4. Enter the high side of the dollar range for the
first non-repeat break which charges tax (21).
Press the TAX key.
5. Repeat the previous step for each non-repeat
break (38), (56), (73)
6. Enter the final non-repeat break (91) and press
the X/TIME key.
7. Enter the high side of the dollar range for the
first repeat break in the repeat breaks pattern
(108). Press the TAX key.
8. Enter the high side of the dollar range for the
next repe
9. at break in the repeat break pattern and for each
following repeat break in the repeat break
pattern (124), (141). Press the TAX key after
each entry.
10. Enter the repeat break pattern for the following
repeat break pattern (158), (174), (191). Press
the TAX key after each entry. Breaks should be
entered for two complete repeat break patterns.
TAX
CASH
11. Press the CASH TEND key to finalize Tax
Table Programming.
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P-Mode Programming • 91
Individual Function Key Programming
Unless there is a specific program number for a multiple function key (such as the Error
Correct/VOID key), function keys may be programmed one after another without having to
exit. Simply enter the program number, press SBTL, enter the status for the key being
programmed and press the key’s location. To program the status for next function key, enter
the status and press its location. Press the CASH key once you have finished programming, or
wish to begin a different programming step.
Each function key is programmable for one or more of the following:
Program 70 – Function Key Options
Function Key Options - Inactive, active in X-Mode only, compulsory validation, compulsory
Non-Add # entry, Cash Drawer will open/not open, amount will be exempt from selected tax
rate (1-4).
Program 70 Key Sequence
Program Another?
7
0
SUBTOTAL
N1
N2
N3
FUNCTION
CASH
Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor
You can program function key descriptors, i.e. programmable twelve-character descriptors that
will appear on receipts and reports.
Program 80 Key Sequence with Alpha Overlay (SER-6500II)
The SER-6500II features an alpha keyboard overlay. Use the flow chart below to program
function key descripters using the alpha keyboard overlay.
Program Another?
8
0
SUBTOTAL
VALIDATE
FUNCTION
CASH
Type up to twelve characters
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Program 80 Key Sequence with Alpha Codes (SER-6540II)
Use the flow chart below to program the SER-6540II, (or use this method to program the
SER-6500II if you add a value of 2 to System Option #19, thus disabling the alpha overlay.)
Use the descriptor code chart below to find the code for each character you wish to program.
Program Another?
8
0
SUBTOTAL
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
FUNCTION
CASH
Up to twelve 3-digit alpha codes
Descriptor Code Chart
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P-Mode Programming • 93
Program 90 – Function Key HALO/Amount
Function Key HALO - Entering the High Amount Lock Out, or maximum amount allowed, for
this function key.
Program 90 Key Sequence
Program Another?
9
0
SUBTOTAL
% KEY
CASH
Up to eight-digit HALO
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ERROR CORRECT/VOID
Error Correct and previous item Void (Clear Void) share the same key position. The sequence
in which the keys are pressed in register mode determines the function. Each function has its
own programming for status, descriptor, and HALO.
70 SBTL - Function Key Status Programming
7
X
SUBTOTAL
N1
N2
EC/VOID
CASH
X = 0:ERROR CORRECT
X = 1:VOID
ADDRESS
N1
ERROR CORRECT/VOID
OPTIONS
VALUE
Key is Inactive
Key is Active in X-Mode Only
Validation is Compulsory
N2
Inhibit Print on Reports
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
A programmable twelve-character descriptor is available for the Error Correct/Void key. Find
the two-digit code (from the chart below) for each letter. Enter 80 (for Error Correct) or 81
(for VOID), press SBTL, enter the alpha code (up to thirty-six digits), and press the VALID
key. This is followed by pressing the function key, and the operation is terminated by pressing
the CASH key.
Program Another?
8
X
SUBTOTAL
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
X = 0:ERROR CORRECT
X = 1:VOID
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
Up to twelve 3-digit alpha codes or
characters
VALID
SUBTOTAL
CASH
Alpha
Overlay
Only
90 SBTL - Function Key HALO Programming
Up to eight-digit HALO
9
X
SUBTOTAL
% KEY
CASH
X = 0:ERROR CORRECT
X = 1:VOID
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P-Mode Programming • 95
RETURN MDSE
Merchandise Returns items to inventory, while correcting the appropriate totals and counters.
70 SBTL – Function Key Option Programming
7
ADDRESS
N1
0
SUBTOTAL
N1
N2
RETURN
RETURN MDSE OPTIONS
CASH
VALUE
Key is Inactive
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
Key Active in X-Mode Only
Validation is Compulsory
N2
Return Adds to Net Grand Total
Inhibit Printing on Reports
Skip Adjustment of PLU Totals
(Adjust Payment/Function Keys
Only)
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
90 SBTL - Function Key HALO Programming
See “Program 90 – Function Key HALO/Amount” on page 94.
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CANCEL
The CANCEL key allows the operator to cancel an entire order any time before payment with
a single keystroke. Doing so removes all items from memory, preventing totals (other than the
CANCEL total) from updating.
70 SBTL – Function Key Option Programming
7
0
ADDRESS
N1
SUBTOTAL
N1
N2
CANCEL
CANCEL OPTIONS
CASH
VALUE
Key is Inactive
Key Active in X-Mode Only
Validation is Compulsory
N2
Inhibit Printing on Reports
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
90 SBTL - Function Key HALO Programming
See “Program 90 – Function Key HALO/Amount” on page 94.
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P-Mode Programming • 97
PAID OUT
The PAID OUT function helps to account for money leaving the cash drawer. Paid out may
only be used out side of a sale, and nets the Cash-In-Drawer amount.
70 SBTL – Function Key Option Programming
7
ADDRESS
N1
0
SUBTOTAL
N1
PAID OUT
PAID OUT OPTIONS
CASH
VALUE
Key is Inactive
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
Key Active in X-Mode Only
Validation is Compulsory
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
90 SBTL - Function Key HALO Programming
See “Program 90 – Function Key HALO/Amount” on page 94.
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RECEIVED ON ACCOUNT
The Received On Account function allows the operator to account for cash, checks, and
charges brought into the cash drawer. The Received On Account function only operates
outside of a sale, and adds to the Cash-In-Drawer amount.
70 SBTL – Function Key Option Programming
7
ADDRESS
N1
0
SUBTOTAL
N1
RECD ACCT
RECEIVED ON ACCOUNT
OPTIONS
CASH
VALUE
Key is Inactive
Key Active in X-Mode Only
Validation is Compulsory
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
90 SBTL - Function Key HALO Programming
See “Program 90 – Function Key HALO/Amount” on page 94.
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P-Mode Programming • 99
#/No Sale
The # / NO SALE key serves two functions: As the NO SALE key, pressing the key will
cause the cash drawer assigned to the current Clerk/Cashier to open. As the #, or Non-Add
entry key, the number entered prior to pressing this key will be printed on both the receipt (if
programmed "on") and detail printer.
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0
ADDRESS
SUBTOTAL
N1
N2
N3
#/NO SALE
#/NO SALE OPTIONS
CASH
VALUE
No Sale Inactive
(Non-Add # feature still Active)
N1
No Sale Active in X-Mode Only
Validation Compulsory on No Sale
No Sale Inactive After Non-Add #
Entry
N2
Enforce Non-Add # Entry at Start
of Sale
Non-Add # Entries are Prohibited
Compulsory Non-Add Entry Must
Match Number of Digits Set in
HALO Programing.
N3
=
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
NO
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
Allow Scanner to Input # entry
(requires version 2.08 or later)
YES
=2
NO
=0
(B)
(A+B)
Programming Notes:
N1 - No Sale inactive: If the No Sale key has been programmed as inactive, it will still operate in the
capacity of Non-Add # key. The key may not, however, be used to open the cash drawer.
N3 - Compulsory digit entry must = number of digits set in HALO programming. Any other entry
will result in error message.
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
90 SBTL - Digit Entry Programming
9
0
SUBTOTAL
0-14
#/NO SALE
CASH
Number of Digits Allowed
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% Keys
Up to ten % keys may be assigned to the keyboard. % keys may be programmed to perform
percentage discounts, add percentage surcharges, or add or subtract amounts to a sale. % keys
may also be programmed for preset amounts or percentages, or to accept open entries.
Tax programming of % keys tells the register whether to charge tax based on the original
amount, or the new amount (after applying the discount/surcharge). The % amount refers to
the difference between the original amount, and the new amount. To tax based on the net
(new) amount, program these options "NO".
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0
SUBTOTAL
ADDRESS
N1
N1
N2
N3
N4
% KEY OPTIONS
N5
N6
% KEY
VALUE
Allow % Key Preset Override
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
Preset Override in X-Mode Only
Key is Active in X-Mode Only
N2
% Key is:
% Key is:
% Key is Inactive:
N3
% Amount Taxable by Rate 1?
% Amount Taxable by Rate 2?
% Amount Taxable by Rate 3?
N4
% Amount Taxable by Rate 4?
% Key is:
% Key is:
CASH
Sale
Item
Amount
Percent
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
Positive
Negative
Open
Preset
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
Continued on the next page . . .
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P-Mode Programming • 101
% Key Nets Item Total?
N5
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
% Key Validation Compulsory?
Is % Amount FoodStamp Eligible?
Allow Multiple Vendor (Sale)
Coupons Without Pushing
Subtotal?
N6
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
Allow One Subtotal Entry Only?
(Either positive or negative)
YES
NO
=2
=0
(B)
(A+B)
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
90 SBTL - % Key Preset Amount/HALO Programming
Enter a five-digit amount (decimal is automatic at three places).
9
0
SUBTOTAL
.
% KEY
CASH
AMOUNT
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CASH
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0
SUBTOTAL
ADDRESS
N1
N1
N2
N3
CASH
CASH OPTIONS
CASH
VALUE
Exempt Tax 1
Exempt Tax 2
Exempt Tax 3
N2
Exempt Tax 4
Cash Drawer Does Not Open
Validation is Compulsory
N3
Amount Tender is Compulsory
Disable Undertendering
Allow Overtendering Only in XMode
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
90 SBTL - Function Key HALO Programming
See “Program 90 – Function Key HALO/Amount” on page 94.
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P-Mode Programming • 103
CHECK
Check Key amount programming includes HALOs for both the amount of the check, and the
change given back in cash. The manager may override either of these HALOs in X-Mode.
This allows management to be in control of checks over a certain amount, and also limits the
amount of change returned to the customer by the clerk/cashier.
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0
ADDRESS
N1
SUBTOTAL
N1
N2
N3
CHECK
CHECK OPTIONS
CASH
VALUE
Exempt Tax 1
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
Exempt Tax 2
Exempt Tax 3
N2
Exempt Tax 4
Cash Drawer Does Not Open
Validation is Compulsory
N3
Amount Tender is Compulsory
Disable Undertendering
Allow Overtendering Only in XMode
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
90 SBTL - Function Key HALO Programming
Up to eight-digit HALO
9
X
SUBTOTAL
% KEY
CASH
X = 0:Tender HALO
X = 1:Change HALO
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CHECK CASHING
The Check Cashing Key sets aside a separate key dedicated to cashing checks. This function
key nets the Cash-In-Drawer total while adding to the Check-In-Drawer total.
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ADDRESS
N1
0
SUBTOTAL
N1
N2
CHK CASH
CHECK CASHING OPTIONS
CASH
VALUE
Check Cashing Key Inactive?
Key Active in X-Mode Only
HALO Override Allowed in XMode?
N2
Is Validation Compulsory?
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
90 SBTL - Function Key HALO Programming
See “Program 90 – Function Key HALO/Amount” on page 94.
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P-Mode Programming • 105
CHARGE (1-8)
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Code Entry Charge
7
0
SUBTOTAL
N1
N2
N3
N4
N5
CHARGE
CODE
CHARGE
CASH
Individual Charge Keys
7
0
ADDRESS
N1
SUBTOTAL
N1
N2
N3
N4
CHARGE OPTIONS
Exempt Tax 1
Exempt Tax 2
Exempt Tax 3
N2
Exempt Tax 4
Cash Drawer Does Not Open
Validation is Compulsory
N3
Amount Tender is Compulsory
Disable Undertendering
N4
Allow Overtendering Only in XMode
Non-Add # Entry Compulsory
Allow Over Tender
Lan Tran Interface?
N5
106 • P-Mode Programming
Action Code (If using Lan Tran
Interface)
N5
CHARGE
CASH
VALUE
YES = 1
NO = 0
YES = 2
NO = 0
YES = 4
NO = 0
YES = 1
NO = 0
YES = 2
NO = 0
YES = 4
NO = 0
YES = 1
NO = 0
YES = 2
NO = 0
YES = 4
NO = 0
YES = 1
NO = 0
YES = 2
NO = 0
YES = 4
NO = 0
No Action Code = 0
Credit Sale = 1
Credit Return = 2
Debit Sale = 3
Debit Return = 4
Post Auth = 5
Check = 6
Credit Force = 7
Debit Force = 8
=
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
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80 SBTL – Function Key Descriptor Programming
Code Entry Charge
Program Another?
8
0
SUBTOTAL
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
Up to twelve 3-digit alpha codes
(or for SER-6500II type descriptor then press
VALID)
CODE
CHARGE
CHARGE
CASH
CHARGE
CASH
1-8
Individual Charge Keys
Program Another?
8
0
SUBTOTAL
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
Up to twelve 3-digit alpha codes
(or for SER-6500II type descriptor then press
VALID)
90 SBTL – Function Key Option Programming
Code Entry Charge
Up to eight-digit over tender HALO
9
0
SUBTOTAL
CHARGE
Up to e i gh t-d i gi t HAL O
CODE
CHARGE
CASH
1-8
Individual Charge Keys
Up to eight-digit over tender HALO
9
0
SUBTOTAL
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CHARGE
CASH
P-Mode Programming • 107
EAT-IN
TAKE OUT
DRIVE THRU
All of the above keys share common programming options, and are combined here for your
convenience. Each should be programmed separately.
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ADDRESS
N1
0
SUBTOTAL
N1
N2
FUNCTION
EAT-IN
TAKE OUT
DRIVE THRU OPTIONS
CASH
VALUE
Exempt Tax 1
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
Exempt Tax 2
Exempt Tax 3
N2
Exempt Tax 4
Validation is Compulsory
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(A+B)
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
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ADD CHECK
The Add Check function key allows several transactions in a row to be combined and paid all
at once. The advantage of showing several individual subtotals lies in the ability to apply
different discounts to each subtotal within the sale. If one person was to pay for three meals,
were one was discountable, the ADD CHECK key would be used. After entering each persons
items, the ADD CHECK key is pressed, giving a subtotal for that order. After the
discountable meal has been entered, the proper discount will be applied to that order only.
Once all meals have been entered into the ADD CHECK key, a final depression of the key
gives the total amount due for all meals entered. Tendering then takes place as usual.
90 SBTL programming does not apply to the Add Check function.
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7
0
ADDRESS
N1
SUBTOTAL
N1
N2
ADD CHECK
ADD CHECK OPTIONS
CASH
VALUE
Exempt Tax 1
Exempt Tax 2
Exempt Tax 3
N2
Exempt Tax 4
Compulsory Before Tender
Validation is Compulsory
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
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P-Mode Programming • 109
FOOD STAMP TEND
The FOOD STAMP TENDER key may be programmed to forgive any or all of the four tax
rates. It can also be programmed to accept decimal entry, for locations that use electronic, or
magnetic card type food stamp assistance. Areas which use traditional paper/coupon type food
stamps should not use the decimal entry method. In this case, any change more than a dollar is
given back in food stamps. Change of less than one dollar is either applied to the remaining
balance of the sale (as scrip) or, if no balance remains, returned to the customer in coin.
NOTE:FOOD STAMP SBTL must be assigned to the keyboard in addition to the FOOD
STAMP TENDER key. FOOD STAMP SBTL requires no additional programming.
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ADDRESS
N1
0
SUBTOTAL
N1
N2
N3
FD ST TEND
FOOD STAMP TEND
OPTIONS
CASH
VALUE
Exempt Tax 1
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
Exempt Tax 2
Exempt Tax 3
N2
Exempt Tax 4
Allow Decimal Entry
Food Stamp Change is Issued in:
N3
Cash Drawer Remains Closed?
CASH
Food Stamps
YES
NO
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
90 SBTL - Function Key HALO Programming
See “Program 90 – Function Key HALO/Amount” on page 94.
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TAX EXEMPT
Tax Exempt will remove the programmed tax rates from an entire sale. This key may also be
programmed to require the validation of a form each time it is used. It may also be
programmed to require the entry of a Non-Add # to note a customer's tax exempt permit
number.
There is no HALO (90 SBTL) programming for Tax Exempt.
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0
ADDRESS
N1
SUBTOTAL
N1
N2
TAX EXMT
TAX EXEMPT OPTIONS
CASH
VALUE
Exempt Sale From Tax Rate 1
Exempt Sale From Tax Rate 2
Exempt Sale From Tax Rate 3
N2
Exempt Sale From Tax Rate 4
Non-Add # Entry is Compulsory
Validation is Compulsory
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
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P-Mode Programming • 111
CURRENCY CONVERSION
Two separate Currency Conversion keys are available. Each may be programmed with its own
rate and descriptor. It is also possible to maintain a separate cash drawer for just foreign
currency, which allows the operator to not only accept the proper amount in foreign money,
but to give change back in the same type of currency. Without the separate drawer, change is
given in "home" currency.
A depression of the Currency Conversion key after SBTL at the end of a sale will re-display
the amount due converted into foreign currency. This is a reference total only, and may be
cleared by pressing the CLEAR key.
If status programming is set to "0", an amount is entered, and the CURRENCY
CONVERSION key pressed, the SER-6500II/6540II will convert the amount entered into
"home" currency. The balance of the transaction continues in "home" currency (Change, etc.).
If status programming is set to 1 - 3, and an amount is entered, the SER-6500II/6540II
compares the amount entered to the converted amount displayed, and finalizes the transaction,
issuing change from the specified drawer, also in foreign currency.
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7
0
SUBTOTAL
N1
CURR CONV
CASH
ADDRESS
CURRENCY CONVERSION
OPTIONS
VALUE
N1
Foreign Currency Drawer Number:
(0 = Change issued in”Home”
currency)
0-3
=
SUM
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
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90 SBTL - Currency Conversion Rate Programming
The foreign currency exchange rate is set by entering a six digit code as part of 90 SBTL
programming. The first five digits account for the numeric value, while the sixth digit sets the
decimal point. The number entered will be multiplied by the home currency amount due to
compute the amount due in foreign currency.
9
0
SUBTOTAL
CURR CONV
Exchange Rate
CASH
Decimal
Position
Currency Exchange Rate Programming Examples
Note: Foreign currency exchange rates may be stated as “foreign currency in dollars”, or
“dollars in foreign currency”. Use the rate stated in “dollars in foreign currency” when
you are programming this section.
The US dollar (home currency) is worth 1.3720 Canadian dollars (foreign currency).
1
3
7
2
0
Exchange Rate
4
Decimal
Position
The US dollar (home currency) is worth 110.24 Japanese Yen (foreign currency).
1
1
0
Exchange Rate
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2
4
2
Decimal
Position
P-Mode Programming • 113
TIME IN/TIME OUT
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ADDRESS
N1
0
SUBTOTAL
N1
TIME IN/OUT
TIME IN/TIME OUT OPTIONS
CASH
VALUE
Key is Inactive
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
Key Active in X-Mode Only
Validation is Compulsory
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
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SCALE
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0
SUBTOTAL
ADDRESS
N1
N1
N2
N3
SCALE
SCALE OPTIONS
CASH
VALUE
Key is Inactive
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
Key Active in X-Mode Only
Allow Manual Entry of Weight
N2
Inhibit Tare Weight Entry
Tare Entry in X-Mode Only
Tare Entry is Compulsory
N3
Weight Symbol for Manual Entry
is:
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
90 SBTL - SCALE Key Tare Weight Programming
Tare weights (up to 19) may be preset by entering the desired weight as a four digit number
during 90 SBTL programming. This allows preset tare weights of up to 9.999 pounds.
9
0
SUBTOTAL
X
Tare
X/TIME
.
SCALE
CASH
Weight
Tare #20 is reserved for manual tare entry, and should be programmed as an amount entry
HALO.
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P-Mode Programming • 115
PROMO
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7
ADDRESS
N1
0
SUBTOTAL
N1
N2
PROMO
PROMO OPTIONS
CASH
VALUE
Key is Inactive
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
Key Active in X-Mode Only
PROMO Amt Taxable by Rate 1?
N2
PROMO Amt Taxable by Rate 2?
PROMO Amt Taxable by Rate 3?
PROMO Amt Taxable by Rate 4?
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
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WASTE
The Waste function key allows the user to account for items lost to breakage, spoilage, or
otherwise wasted. Waste operations are performed outside of a regular transaction: the
WASTE key is pressed and the items are registered. Then, instead of finalizing the sale to a
tender key, the WASTE key is pressed again.
70 SBTL – Function Key Option Programming
7
0
ADDRESS
N1
SUBTOTAL
N1
WASTE
WASTE OPTIONS
CASH
VALUE
Key is Inactive
Key Active in X-Mode Only
Validation is Compulsory
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
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P-Mode Programming • 117
SIZE Keys (1-5)
The SIZE keys, along with the MODIFIER keys, allow access to up to 25 different PLUs
through a single NLU key position. The SIZE key alters the code number of the PLU assigned
to the next keyboard NLU pressed. Size keys affect one of the first six digits of a NLU/PLU's
code. Which one of these digits is affected depends on the Size key's status programming
(N3). There are 5 size keys available. SIZE key #1 replaces the programmed digit with a 1,
Size key #2 with a 2, and so on. If N1, SIZE KEY DOES NOT AFFECT NLU/PLU# is
programmed YES, then the size merely prints beside the item that follows, and does not alter
the NLUs assigned PLU code number.
For more on Size and Modifier keys, see PLU programming.
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ADDRESS
N1
0
SUBTOTAL
N1
N2
N3
SIZE
SIZE OPTIONS
CASH
VALUE
Key is Inactive
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
Key Active in X-Mode Only
Size is for Descriptor only
(4 = No affect on NLU/PLU
number)
N2
Disable Print of Size Descriptor on
Guest Check
N3
Size Key Affects this Digit of
NLU/PLU# (Default = 2)
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
(A)
(B)
(C)
YES
NO
1-6
SUM
(A+B+C)
=1
=0
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
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MODIFIER Keys (1-5)
The Modifier key serves basically the same function as the Size key. Five are available, and
share the same program options as Size keys. The default digit affected by a modifier is digit #
1 (far right).
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0
SUBTOTAL
ADDRESS
N1
N1
N2
N3
MODIFIER
MODIFIER OPTIONS
CASH
VALUE
Key is Inactive
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
Key Active in X-Mode Only
Modifier is for Descriptor only
(4 = No affect on NLU/PLU
number)
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
(A)
(B)
(C)
N2
Disable Print of Modifier
Descriptor on Guest Check
N3
Modifier Key Affects this Digit of
NLU/PLU# (Default = 1)
YES
NO
1-6
SUM
(A+B+C)
=1
=0
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
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PRINT Key
The PRINT key is used to print items that normally wouldn't print, or need special attention.
The PRINT key may be programmed to generate up to 5 outputs each time it is pressed. This
output is sent to a printer designated as part of PRINT key option programming. Output
destinations are given by designating the IRC# and RS-232C port of the register attached to
the target printer. Designating the same destination for two outputs will print the item twice at
that location. Designating port "0" will print the output on the Receipt/Detail printer of the
chosen register. A back-up printer output designation is also programmed.
This feature was designed primarily for "special order" items, and is sometimes referred to as
the "grill" key. If all hamburgers come standard (pre-wrapped from the grill) with pickles, a
"hold-the-pickle" special order would be
sent to the grill printer to notify the cook
that one burger needed special attention.
Repeat output at a single printer allows one
copy of the order to go to the cook, while
another is available to the expeditor to
build the order on a tray.
Back-up output programming redirects the
print job should the original destination
become busy or disabled.
The PRINT key may also be programmed to route receipt printing to a remote printer attached
to the register in either batch (after tender) or real time (echo R/J output).
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Program Another?
7
0
SUBTOTAL
X/TIME
PRINT
Output
1-5
Register #
1-16
CASH
Port #
0-4
71 SBTL – Print Key Status Programming
7
1
ADDRESS
N1
SUBTOTAL
N1
N2
PRINT
PRINT OPTIONS
VALUE
Format Print For:
=
Receipt*
=1
Kitchen Printer = 0
YES = 2
NO = 0
YES = 4
NO = 0
YES = 1
NO = 0
YES = 2
Allow Multiple Printings?
Include Postamble?
N2
CASH
Include Preamble?
Print is in Real Time
(Echo receipt output to serial
printer)
NO
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
=0
(B)
Pirnt is in Batch Mode
(Print is sent upon tender
completion)
YES
=4
NO
=0
(C)
(A+B+C)
* Receipt printings can only print on the printer directly attached to the sending register. This
is not an IRC function.
75 SBTL – Print Key Backkup Output Programming
Program Another?
7
5
SUBTOTAL
X/TIME
Output
1-5
PRINT
Register #
1-16
CASH
Port #
0-4
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
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MACRO Key
Macro key programming records up to 50 separate keystrokes. Pressing the Macro after
programming will execute all 50 keystrokes automatically, provided they are in a legal key
sequence, and allowed in the present keylock position.
You may find it helpful to assign several Macro keys to the keyboard temporarily to aid in
programming. If you find that the items being programmed as PLUs share common descriptor
codes, program a Macro key to enter the codes for you. If a special report sequence is
required, other than the regular string report, program a Macro key to enter the keystrokes.
Program Macros as preset amount cash tender keys.
Remember, Macro keys will execute their programmed keystrokes in any keylock position, or
Mode. A single Macro will not, however, change modes during execution. All keystrokes take
place in the current keylock position.
Also worth noting: after programming a macro, the function keys used to provide the key
sequence executed by the macro may be removed from the keyboard. Once the function keys
are included within a macro they are no longer necessary on the keyboard in order for the
macro to run.
95 SBTL – MACRO Key Programming
Repeat for Another Macro
9
5
SUBTOTAL
MACRO
ANY KEY
ANY KEY
SAME
MACRO
CASH
Up to 50 Keystrokes
PLU PRICE Key
The PLU PRICE key requires no programming and is used to "preview" prices in a scanning
environment. The operator simply presses the PLU PRICE key and scans the item. The item
descriptor and price will then appear on the operator's display. This feature also works by
entering a PLU number manually, and pressing PLU PRICE.
This is a pop-up function, and the next item is registered as usual.
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File Tracking, Charge Posting, Previous Balance & Table
Service
Function Key Overview
The following function keys are all related in that they are all involved in opening tracking
totals, or accounts, carrying balances forward, adding to existing balances, and reopening
balances in order to pay the amount due. These keys may be used to perform guest check
operations in a restaurant environment, running a tab in a liquor service environment, or
keeping ongoing accounts or house charges in a retail environment. They may also be used in
a take-out window, drive-thru setting.
P/BAL
GUEST #
TABLE #
CHECK #
TIP
PRINT CHK
SERVICE
The examples that follow are based in a restaurant environment, since that is one of the most
common uses for tracking files. Any of the keys above may be renamed to fit the application
of your choice, but they serve the same basic purpose.
Manual P/BAL
A Manual Previous Balance (P/Bal) system is the simplest form of Charge Posting/Table
Service. It is also the most prone to entry errors. A manual Previous Balance (zero or
otherwise) needs to be entered, using the P/BAL key, in order to print items on a guest check.
The Service key total must equal the Checks Paid key total in order for the system to balance.
Checks outstanding (unpaid) are apparent when the Service total is greater than Checks Paid.
Check Tracking
There are several different styles of check tracking, but all share key operations: Starting a
guest check, servicing, or storing an amount, picking up or recalling an existing balance, and
paying, or closing, a guest check. Extras include requiring a guest count, a table number, and
adding a tip before payment. Guest checks can also be either soft (stored in memory) or hard
(a running total is kept on a printed form).
Hard Checks
The hard check is the more common, or traditional practice. Each server is assigned a fixed
number of guest checks, and must account for all of them at the end of a shift. Preparation of
food or drink happens only after a guest check is presented and posting of the items verified.
Each time items are added to an order, they are printed on the hard check. The guest is then
presented the hard copy, showing previous balances, balances carried forward, and all the
items registered.
This method requires a flatbed guest check printer. Serial printers approved for this purpose
include the Epson TM-295. Contact your Samsung sales representative for other compatible
slip printers.
Soft Checks
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Soft checks are stored in system memory, and printed on command. When printed, a soft
check will list all the items for the entire transaction, skipping service and previous balance
totals, as though the sale was entered all at once. Soft checks may print on either a third
station serial printer, or the register's receipt printer.
These are general descriptions for both methods and may be customized via option
programming for the individual function keys as well as system print options.
Overview of Operations
Starting a Guest Check
Manual Previous Balance:
0
P/BAL
ITEM
Optional Entries*
3
GUEST #
2
Check Tracking:
|(Input Check Number)
1
Check Tracking:
|(Register Assigns Check
Number)
CHECK#
Optional Entries*
3
3
2
TABLE #
CHECK#
ITEM
GUEST #
ITEM
ITEM
ITEM
ITEM
2
TABLE #
*Optional entries may be programmed as compulsory.
Servicing, or Storing a Balance
After an account, or guest check, has been opened, items are entered just as they would be
during a cash sale. After all the desired items have been registered, the SERVICE key is
pressed. This temporarily exits the transaction, storing the balance for later payment (as in a
drive-thru), or to be added to when necessary.
The transaction so far:
Check Tracking:
|(Register Assigns Check
Number)
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ITEM
ITEM
SERVICE
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Picking Up or Recalling an Existing Balance
Recalling an existing balance is as simple as entering the check number (in this example, 123)
and pressing the CHECK # key.
An alternative method of recalling an outstanding balance involves the TABLE # key. If the
TABLE # key has been programmed for compulsory table number entry, entering the assigned
table number and pressing the TABLE # key will call up the guest check assigned to that table.
If multiple checks have been assigned the same table number, the guest check with the lowest #
will be recalled.
If the Drive-Thru feature has been activated for the CHECK # key, simply press the CHECK #
key to automatically recall the lowest (oldest) check number in the system.
If additional items are to be posted, feel free to do so now, pressing the SERVICE key once
again to store the balance, or SBTL to begin the payment sequence.
Check Tracking, Check #
Method
1
Check Tracking, TABLE #
Method
2
Drive Thru Method
2
3
CHECK#
TABLE #
CHECK#
Paying or Closing a Guest Check
In order to pay an outstanding guest check, the balance must first be recalled, using one of the
methods discussed previously. Once the balance is displayed, press the SBTL key. If a charge
tip is to be added to the amount due, enter the amount of the tip now and press the TIP key.
The new amount due is now displayed. Now enter the amount and press the desired payment
key, just as you would at the end of a regular transaction.
1
2
3
CHECK#
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7
5
0
TIP
CHARGE
4
CHARGE
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P/BAL Key
The P/BAL, or previous balance, key is used to manually pick up a balance carried forward
(access an existing balance) in a non-check tracking system. Through P/BAL option
programming, a P/BAL entry may be made compulsory at the beginning of every sale. This
limits the machine being programmed to prechecking orders, and does not allow cash sales
other than those printed on a guest check.
P/BAL entry is also allowed anywhere during a sale, if so programmed. This allows a server
to ring the items ordered, press SBTL, and still post the balance to an existing balance, or
begin a new guest check by pressing P/BAL and then servicing the balance. If a server forgets
to enter the previous balance at the beginning of a sale, they have another chance to do so
before having to tender the amount due.
If the Drive-Thru feature is activated in status option programming, the register will
automatically recall the lowest tracking number in the system for payment. The P/BAL key is
then used to begin all drive-thru sales. Since cars in line for the drive thru window rarely, if
ever, show up at the window out of sequence, this feature eliminates several keystrokes for the
operator.
P/BAL transactions end either by tendering an amount, or by pressing the SERVICE key.
70 SBTL - Function Key Option Programming
7
0
SUBTOTAL
N1
P/BAL
ADDRESS
P/BAL OPTIONS
N1
P/BAL Must be Entered at Start of
Sale
CASH
VALUE
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
P/BAL May be Entered at Any
Time
Drive-Thru Feature is Enabled
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
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GUEST # Key
Guest # entry provides useful information about the number of patrons served. This
information appears in Financial and Clerk reports. Guest # entry may be enforced by making
its entry compulsory before the P/BAL-CHECK # key may be used, or for all sales.
70 SBTL - Function Key Option Programming
7
0
ADDRESS
N1
SUBTOTAL
N1
GUEST #
GUEST # OPTIONS
CASH
VALUE
GUEST # Compulsory After
Beginning Guest Check
GUEST # Compulsory for All Sales
GUEST # Prints on Remote Printer
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
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TABLE # Key
The Table # key serves several functions. First, it identifies which table any given guest check
belongs, identifying orders sent to Kitchen Printers and allowing servers to deliver orders for
each other. Secondly, the Table # key may be used as an alternative to the Check # key when
calling up an existing balance. If the guest check itself should disappear, the balance due may
be retrieved by entering the table #.
70 SBTL - Function Key Option Programming
7
ADDRESS
N1
0
SUBTOTAL
N1
TABLE #
CASH
TABLE # OPTIONS
VALUE
TABLE # Compulsory After
Beginning Guest Check
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
TABLE # Compulsory for All Sales
TABLE # Prints on Remote Printer
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
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CHECK # Key
The Samsung SER-6500II/6540II keeps track of individual outstanding balances by assigning
a one-to-nine digit ID number to each account as it is created (Check Tracking). This ID
number is created either by the operator (manual entry) or generated automatically by the
register.
Guest Check numbers may be set at a fixed length of one to nine digits. The CHECK # key is
also assigned a starting (range) number of up to nine digits. This allows a register system of
two or more machines to assign check numbers automatically without conflicts between
registers. If two machines should begin a check at the same time, the difference in assigned
starting numbers will insure that no two numbers are alike.
Existing balances in a check tracking system are accessed by entering the guest check #, and
pressing CHECK #. In a Drive-Thru system, simply pressing CHECK # will recall the oldest
open balance (lowest check #).
Check numbers return to the programmed starting point after the Open Check Report has been
reset (see reporting section).
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70 SBTL - Function Key Option Programming
7
0
SUBTOTAL
ADDRESS
N1
N1
N2
N3
N4
N5
CHECK #
CHECK # OPTIONS
VALUE
Check # Entry is Compulsory
Before All Sales
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
YES
=2
NO
=0
Check # is Assigned by Register
Opening Clerk has Exclusive
Access to Check
N2
Suppress Check # Imprint on
Receipt
Suppress Check # Imprint on Detail
Print Check # on Remote Printer
N3
Drive-Thru Feature Enabled?
Print Postamble on Check?
Print Preamble on Check?
N4
Allow Only One Check Per Table?
Allow Scanner to Input Check #
(requires version 2.08 or later)
N5
CASH
Length of Check # is:
(0 = No fixed length)
=
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(A+B)
0-7
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
90 SBTL - Function Key HALO Programming
See “Program 90 – Function Key HALO/Amount” on page 94.
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TIP Key
The Tip key allows a gratuity to be added to a guest check before payment. The tip amount is
deducted from the Cash-In-Drawer amount for the Clerk/Cashier closing the guest check.
The Tip key may be programmed as either a percentage or amount. If programmed as a
percentage, tax programming defines whether the percentage is calculated on the net (taxable =
no) amount, or the amount after taxes.
70 SBTL - Function Key Option Programming
7
0
ADDRESS
N1
SUBTOTAL
N1
N2
TIP
CASH
TIP OPTIONS
Tip Key Type is:
VALUE
%
Amount
Tip Added to Tax Rate 1*
Tip Added to Tax Rate 2*
N2
Tip Added to Tax Rate 3*
Tip Added to Tax Rate 4*
Tip Amount Adds to Net & Gross
Totals?
=
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
NO
=0
YES
=4
NO
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
*% Tip Only
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
90 SBTL - Function Key HALO Programming
See “Program 90 – Function Key HALO/Amount” on page 94.
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PRINT CHECK Key
The Print Check Key signals the register to send the printer output to the programmed
communications port. The Print Check key may be programmed to automatically service the
guest check and print in one operation.
70 SBTL - Function Key Option Programming
7
ADDRESS
0
SUBTOTAL
N1
N2
PRINT CHK
PRINT CHECK OPTIONS
N1
Check Print on Com Port #
N2
PRINT CHECK Automatically
Services Check Out
CASH
VALUE
=
SUM
0-4
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
Print Check on Receipt
Skip Print of Consecutive # on
Guest Check
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
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SERVICE Key
The Service key may be programmed with a HALO, overridable in X-Mode, to better monitor
Guest Check amounts.
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7
0
SUBTOTAL
ADDRESS
N1
N1
N2
N3
N4
SERVICE
SERVICE OPTIONS
VALUE
Validation Is Compulsory
Non-Add Number is Compulsory
Does Not Print on Receipt
N2
Does Not Print on Detail
Service Negative Balance in XMode Only
Does Not Calculate Tax 1
N3
Does Not Calculate Tax 2
Does Not Calculate Tax 3
Does Not Calculate Tax 4
N4
CASH
Hard Check Printer Port
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
0-4
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
80 SBTL - Function Key Descriptor Programming
See “Program 80 – Function Key Descriptor” on page 92.
90 SBTL - Function Key HALO Programming
See “Program 90 – Function Key HALO/Amount” on page 94.
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PLU Programming
Even though RAM memory has been allocated for PLUs during S-Mode Programming, the
actual PLUs do not exist in memory until they have been programmed with a number and
status. PLUs may be assigned a number of up to 14 digits, in order to accommodate scanning
of UPC codes.
To register a sale, PLU entries may be made by entering the PLU number and pressing the
PLU key, scanning an item, which enters the UPC number as the PLU number, or pressing a
key on the keyboard (an NLU, or Number Look Up) which has been assigned a PLU number.
Regardless of the entry method during a sale, all PLUs are initially programmed in three steps:
1. Program 100 - PLU Status
2. Program 200 - PLU HALO/Preset Price
3. Program 300 - PLU Descriptors
Additional PLU programming is also available. This programming includes:
4. Program 400 - Linking PLUs (so that one follows another automatically)
5. Program 500 - Keyboard Placement of PLUs, assigning a PLU to an NLU (direct
entry)
6. Program 600 - Delete PLU from Memory (free memory for another PLU to be added)
Other function keys that directly effect PLUs are the Size and Modifier keys. These keys
manipulate the PLU code number assigned to NLU keys on the keyboard, calling up a different
PLU number. More on "building" PLU numbers later in this section.
Status, preset prices (or HALOs), and even descriptors may be assigned to multiple PLUs
during programming, either by range (from-to) or by pressing multiple NLU locations. Range
programming must first be activated in Program 30, S-Mode System options, option 14. See
PLU/NLU Programming key sequences for examples of programming by range.
IRC Program Transfer of PLUs
Once an IRC system has been established, any changes made to the PLU file (additions,
deletions, price or descriptor changes) at any register will be automatically broadcast to all
other registers in the system. To add a register to the system, and transfer programming to the
new register, see IRC Program Transfer, at the end of this section.
Preparation
All PLUs require a PLU number, or code, by which they are identified. PLU codes may be
from one to fourteen digits long, and do not have to be programmed in any particular order.
PLUs do not actually exist, however, until they are accessed in P-Mode programming.
Some thought must be given to PLU code numbers before you begin programming. If you are
planning to use the Size and Modifier keys, please review "Building a PLU number using
SIZE and MODIFIER keys" on the following page.
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Building a PLU Number Using SIZE and MODIFIER Keys
NLUs, or Number Look Ups, are keys assigned to positions on the register's keyboard.
Pressing an NLU calls up a PLU code assigned to that NLU key position.
Preceding an NLU with Size and Modifier keys manipulates the PLU code assigned to the
NLU key, calling up a slightly different PLU when the NLU key is pressed. In the following
examples, the default values are used for N3 on both the Modifier and Size keys.
ADDRESS
N1
SIZE OPTIONS
Key is Inactive
Key Active in X-Mode Only
Size is for Descriptor only
(4 = No affect on NLU/PLU
number)
N2
Disable Print of Size Descriptor on
Guest Check
N3
Size Key Affects this Digit of
NLU/PLU# (Default = 2)
ADDRESS
N1
MODIFIER OPTIONS
Key is Inactive
Key Active in X-Mode Only
Modifier is for Descriptor only
(4 = No affect on NLU/PLU
number)
N2
Disable Print of Modifier
Descriptor on Guest Check
N3
Modifier Key Affects this Digit of
NLU/PLU# (Default = 1)
VALUE
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
1-6
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
=
SUM
=1
=0
VALUE
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
(A)
(B)
(C)
YES
NO
1-6
SUM
(A+B+C)
=1
=0
Since the length (number of digits) in any given PLU code will vary (up to 14 digits), digits
referred to in option N3 are count backwards, from the right. As an example, in the following
seven digit PLU number the "M" points to the digit affected by the modifier key. The "S"
points to the digit affected by the size key.
S M
ÐÐ
#7 6 5 4 3 2 1
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When a Size key precedes an NLU key, the second digit (from the right) of the PLU number
assigned to that key assumes the number of that size key. If PLU #1200 is assigned to the
NLU key in question, a depression of the SIZE 1 key before the NLU key registers PLU #
1210, instead of PLU #1200.
PLU # 1200 (assigned to the NLU key) is the "SUNDAE" key. Size keys 1, 2, 3, & 4 are
labeled SMALL, MEDIUM, LARGE, & JUMBO. Modifier keys 1, 2, 3, & 4 are labeled
CHOCOLATE, BUTTERSCOTCH, STRAWBERRY, & CHERRY. PLU numbers need to
be programmed for each possible combination of size and flavor available. PLU # 1200
(SUNDAE) will be programmed for compulsory condiment entry, forcing a flavor and size
entry. A direct depression of the SUNDAE NLU key will sound the error tone and prompt the
operator to press a modifier/size key.
PLU numbers necessary to accomplish the above are:
,7(0
6,=(
0,',),(5
3/8
SUNDAE
(BASE PLU)
N/A
N/A
1200
SUNDAE (1200)
SMALL (1)
PLAIN (0)
1210
SUNDAE (1200)
SMALL (1)
CHOCOLATE (1)
1211
SUNDAE (1200)
SMALL (1)
BUTTERSCOTCH (2)
1212
SUNDAE (1200)
SMALL (1)
STRAWBERRY (3)
1213
SUNDAE (1200)
SMALL (1)
CHERRY (4)
1214
SUNDAE (1200)
MEDIUM (2)
PLAIN (0)
1220
SUNDAE (1200)
MEDIUM (2)
CHOCOLATE (1)
1221
SUNDAE (1200)
MEDIUM (2)
BUTTERSCOTCH (2)
1222
SUNDAE (1200)
MEDIUM (2)
STRAWBERRY (3)
1223
SUNDAE (1200)
MEDIUM (2)
CHERRY (4)
1224
SUNDAE (1200)
LARGE (3)
PLAIN (0)
1230
SUNDAE (1200)
LARGE (3)
CHOCOLATE (1)
1231
SUNDAE (1200)
LARGE (3)
BUTTERSCOTCH (2)
1232
SUNDAE (1200)
LARGE (3)
STRAWBERRY (3)
1233
SUNDAE (1200)
LARGE (3)
CHERRY (4)
1234
SUNDAE (1200)
JUMBO (4)
PLAIN (0)
1240
SUNDAE (1200)
JUMBO (4)
CHOCOLATE (1)
1241
SUNDAE (1200)
JUMBO (4)
BUTTERSCOTCH (2)
1242
SUNDAE (1200)
JUMBO (4)
STRAWBERRY (3)
1423
SUNDAE (1200)
JUMBO (4)
CHERRY (4)
1244
LARGE
CHERRY
SUNDAE
Registers PLU # 1234,
as would
CHERRY
LARGE
SUNDAE
The SMALL, MEDIUM, and LARGE keys may be used with other keys as well. SMALL,
MEDIUM, and LARGE can apply to FRENCH FRIES, but the CHOCOLATE modifier key
would not, as long as the PLU # created does not exist.
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Report Groups / Kitchen Printing
Each PLU may report to any three of up to 99 groups. These groups serve two purposes:
1. Group totals appear on reports, tracking sales of different types of items.
2. Groups themselves may be programmed so that the item's descriptor and quantity will
print on a kitchen printer or display on a video monitor within the system.
Groups for Reports
If a customer with a pet store would like to track sales in categories consisting of Animal,
Mineral, or Vegetable, they would need only three groups. They could be more specific in the
animal section and further divide animals into fins, fur, or feathers. They could also subdivide
fins into fresh water/salt water. Each of these would be another possible group. Guppies in
this pet store could belong to Animal / Fins / Fresh water. Guppy sales will appear in all three
groups.
Groups for Printing/Display
In a restaurant environment using printers or videos, it may help to sketch out a diagram of the
facility, showing the locations where items will be printed or displayed. Each of these
locations will need their own group number. Some items may need to print or display at more
than one location. These items may either belong to two groups, or their own separate group,
which may be programmed to print at more than one location.
Printer programming for groups takes place in the address 900 series of P-Mode programming,
and is covered in more detail there.
Other Status Programming Notes:
N2 PLU is a condiment - A Condiment PLU is one which is intended to help show how a
particular item should be prepared. The addition of condiments on the keyboard allows the
operator to better describe menu items to the kitchen staff. Condiments "attach" themselves to
non-condiment items and follow them to kitchen printers or kitchen videos, where they print
indented below the menu item. Program condiments as non taxable zero value presets (unless
it is an extra charge item).
If ONIONS are an optional condiment for both hot and cold items (burgers and subs, for
example) in an establishment that has kitchen printers installed at both hot and cold prep
stations, then only a single ONIONS condiment key is needed.
N3 PLU is a Single Item PLU - During a sale, PLUs programmed as single-item PLUs will
register their sale, and close out immediately to CASH. An example of a "single item" sale
would be newspapers, or a cup of coffee "to go", when many single sales of .25 or .50 cents
are made. These PLUs are purely for the convenience of the clerk (saving keystrokes), and
may not be included in any other sale.
N4 PLU is a Gallonage PLU - Gallonage PLUs must be programmed as open PLUs, and the
price/HALO as the price per gallon. This price is also carried out three places, verses two
($1.239). Gallonage PLUs will divide the amount entered by the operator by the programmed
price per gallon in order to calculate the number of gallons pumped.
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N4 PLU Discount Disabled - Discount eligibility is programmable for each and every PLU.
The Subtotal Discount key will only apply the programmed discount to those PLUs
programmed as eligible.
N4 Compulsory Scale Entry - PLUs may be programmed to register only when the quantity
is entered via the SCALE key. PLUs programmed with compulsory scale entry will error
without the scale entry. This entry may be made either manually, or by way of the scale
interface.
N5 Compulsory Condiment Entry - PLUs requiring preparatory instructions may be
programmed to require a condiment entry.
N6/N7 Disable PLU Print on Receipt/Detail/Guest Check - PLUs may be programmed to
appear/not appear on any combination of remote printers and video displays.
N7 PLU is not affected by Size or Modifier – PLUs may be set to register the same number,
regardless of previous size/modifier key depressions.
N8 Disable PROMO for this PLU - PROMO eligibility is programmable for each and every
PLU. The PROMO key will only apply to those PLUs programmed as eligible.
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100 SBTL - PLU Status Programming
Each PLU is assigned an 11 digit status. Programming the status for a single PLU is as
follows:
1
0
0
SUBTOTAL
N1
N2
PLU CODE
1-14 Digits
N3
N4
N5
PLU
N6
N7
N8
N9
N10 N11
X/TIME
CASH
Status
Optionally*, PLUs may be assigned status by range, allowing you to assign the same status to
hundreds of PLUs at once. Keep in mind that these PLUs are in numeric sequence, with no
gaps. If, in the attempt to program PLUs 1 - 100, you accidentally enter 1000, you will get 1 1000. Once the status has been programmed on the extra 900 PLUs, they must each be deleted
in order to free the 80, -100,000 bytes of memory that they occupy.
1
0
0
SUBTOTAL
N1
N2
STARTING
PLU CODE
N3
N4
N5
PLU
N6
ENDING
PLU CODE
N7
N8
PLU
N9
N10 N11
X/TIME
CASH
Status
Multiple PLUs assigned to NLU keys may given the same status programming in a similar
way:
1
0
0
SUBTOTAL
N1
N2
NLU/PLU
N3
N4
N5
NLU/PLU
N6
N7
NLU/PLU
N8
N9
NLU/PLU
N10 N11
X/TIME
CASH
Status
Pressing the NLU key will program the PLU assigned to that key.
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PLU Status Options
ADDRESS
1
PLU PROGRAM OPTIONS
PLU is Taxable by Rate 1
PLU is Taxable by Rate 2
PLU is Taxable by Rate 3
2
PLU is Taxable by Rate 4
PLU is Food Stamp Eligable
PLU is a Condiment
3
PLU is Negative
PLU is a Single Item PLU
PLU is a Hash PLU
4
PLU is a Gallonage PLU
PLU Discount/Surcharge Disabled
Compulsory Scale Entry
5
Compulsory Non-Add Entry
Compulsory Validation
Compulsory Condiment Entry
6
PLU Prints Red on Kictchen Printer
PLU Does NOT Print on Receipt
PLU Does NOT Print on Detail
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VALUE
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
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ADDRESS
7
PLU PROGRAM OPTIONS
VALUE
Suppress Print of PLU on Guest
Check
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
Suppress Printing of PLU Price
PLU is not affected by the size or
modifier keys.
8
PLU Is:
PLU is Disabled
Disable Promo for this PLU
=
YES
NO
YES
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
NO
=0
Preset
Open
9
Report Group # 1
00 – 99*
10
Report Group # 2
00 – 99*
11
Report Group # 3
00 – 99*
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
* A two digit entry is required.
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200 SBTL - PLU Price / HALO Programming
PLUs may be programmed to register either a pre-set price, or to accept an open amount.
PLUs programmed to accept an open amount may be programmed for an entry limit, or High
Amount Lock Out. The SER-6500II/6540II will accept HALOs and preset prices of up to 8
digits, but not higher than $500,000.00. Prices and HALOs may also be assigned by range, in
the same way as the program status. The register will not assign a price or HALO to a PLU
that has not yet been programmed for status.
Price and HALO programming for a single PLU is as follows:
2
0
0
SUBTOTAL
PLU CODE
1-14 Digits
PLU
X/TIME
CASH
Up to eight-digit Price or HALO
A range of PLU code numbers may be given the same price or HALO:
2
0
0
SUBTOTAL
STARTING
PLU CODE
PLU
ENDING
PLU CODE
PLU
X/TIME
CASH
Up to eight-digit Price or HALO
Multiple PLUs assigned to NLU keys may given the same price/HALO this way:
2
0
0
SUBTOTAL
NLU/PLU
NLU/PLU
NLU/PLU
NLU/PLU
X/TIME
CASH
Up to eight-digit Price or HALO
Pressing the NLU key will program the PLU assigned to that key.
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300 SBTL - PLU Descriptor Programming
Like status and price programming, descriptors may be programmed for one or a thousand
PLUs. PLUs may have a descriptor of up to 12 characters. These descriptors may be entered
by their two digit alpha-codes on either model machine, or by using the alpha keyboard overlay
on the SER-6500II.
It is possible to transfer programming from machine to machine using IRC program
downloading. It is also possible to mix SER-6500II and SER-6540II machines within a
system. So, if you wish, you may program alpha descriptors on an SER-6500II, using the
alpha-overlay feature, and then download the PLU's to one or more SER-6540s.
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Programming the Descriptor for a single PLU:
3
0
0
SUBTOTAL
PLU CODE
1-14 Digits
PLU
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
X/TIME
CASH
X/TIME
CASH
Up to twelve 3-digit alpha codes
Programming the Descriptor for a range of PLUs:
3
0
0
SUBTOTAL
STARTING
PLU CODE
PLU
ENDING
PLU CODE
PLU
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
Up to twelve 3-digit alpha codes
Programming the Descriptor for multiple PLUs using NLU keys:
3
0
0
SUBTOTAL
NLU/PLU
NLU/PLU
NLU/PLU
NLU/PLU
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
X/TIME
CASH
Up to twelve 3-digit alpha codes
Programming the Descriptor using the alpha-numeric keyboard overlay (SER-6500II only):
3
0
0
SUBTOTAL
PLU CODE
1-14 Digits
PLU
VALIDATE
VALIDATE
X/TIME
CASH
Type up to twelve characters
The VALID key signals both the beginning and the end of keyboard alpha programming of
PLUs/NLUs. The descriptor programming sequence begins and ends with the same keystrokes
(300 SUBTOTAL to begin, CASH to exit), no matter which method you use. Programming
by range follows these same guidelines.
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400 SBTL - Programming Linked PLUs
Through programming, PLUs may be linked to each other, so that one will follow the other
automatically (in sequence). Registering the lead PLU causes the PLU linked to it (in this
programming step) to also register. A single PLU may be linked to only one other PLU. A
chain may be created by linking the linked PLU to another in a separate programming
operation. This chain (PLU 10 is linked to PLU 20, which in turn is linked to PLU 30, which
is linked to PLU 40...) may contain no more than 20 links. Each link must be programmed
separately.
Programming key sequence:
4
0
0
SUBTOTAL
1-14 DIGITS
PLU CODE
PLU
Lead PLU
1-14 DIGITS
PLU CODE
PLU
CASH
Linked PLU
Or, if programming NLU (keyboard) PLUs:
4
0
0
SUBTOTAL
NLU/PLU
NLU/PLU
Lead PLU
Linked PLU
CASH
Note: To remove a PLU link, reprogram using “0” as the linked PLU number.
500 SBTL - Number Look Up (NLU) PLU Assignment
NLU keys reside on the keyboard in order to allow direct entry of PLUs by way of a single key
depression. Default programming for NLU keys 1 - 110 is PLUs 1 - 110. If no other
programming takes place, PLU # 1 is accessed through NLU # 1, and so on. 500 SBTL
programming allows you to re-arrange PLU code numbers assigned to NLU keys.
Programming key sequence:
Program Another?
5
0
0
SUBTOTAL
NLU
PLU CODE
1-14 DIGITS
NLU
CASH
Same NLU Key
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600 SBTL - Deleting PLUs from Memory
Over the course of time, RAM memory may become cluttered with unused PLUs. In order to
reclaim this wasted memory, these PLUs must be deleted from memory. To delete a PLU, use
the same leading key sequences as used in programming, deleting them singly, by range, or
using an NLU key.
Reset PLU totals and counters (Z, Z2, & Z3) associated with any PLU being deleted. The
register will not allow deletion of a PLU that has not been reset to zero.
Delete PLUs in program mode as follows:
0
6
0
SUBTOTAL
PLU CODE
1-14 DIGITS
PLU
VOID
CASH
Delete PLUs from memory by range:
0
6
0
SUBTOTAL
STARTING
PLU CODE
PLU
ENDING
PLU CODE
PLU
VOID
CASH
Delete PLUs from memory using NLU keys:
6
0
0
SUBTOTAL
NLU/PLU
NLU/PLU
NLU/PLU
NLU/PL
U
VOID
CASH
Do not be alarmed if the register does not respond immediately when deleting PLUs. It can
take as long as three seconds to search the PLU file and delete a single PLU.
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Clerk/Cashier Programming
1 to 99 clerks were allocated as part of S-Mode memory allocation programming. P-Mode
Clerk/Cashier programming is divided into four areas:
1. Sign-on Code Programming - Each Clerk may be assigned a secret sign-in code of up
to ten digits.
2. Descriptor Programming - A custom twelve character descriptor may be programmed
for each clerk/cashier.
3. Status Options - Status options assign clerks to a labor group, and a specific cash
drawer.
4. Labor Group Descriptor Programming - Each of the thirty labor groups may have a
custom twelve character descriptor. These descriptors appear on labor reports.
800 SBTL - Secret Sign-on Code Programming
Clerk/Cashiers take on a permanent clerk # as part of initial programming. If 50 clerks were
allocated as part of S-Mode memory allocation, then the clerks created are given numbers 1 50. This is the number referred to as Clerk #. Each clerk may be assigned a secret sign-in
code, used to log in and out of the register. All sales entered into a register while a clerk is
signed into that register are credited to that clerk. In addition, the cash register maintains
separate financial totals for each clerk.
Sign-on code programming key sequence:
8
0
0
D1
D2
SUBTOTAL
D3
D4
CLERK #
1-99
D5
D6
X/TIME
D7
D8
D9
D10
SUBTOTAL
CASH
10 Digit Clerk Code *
* A ten digit entry is required. Enter leading zeros when sign-on code is less than ten digits.
810 SBTL - Clerk Descriptor Programming
Each clerk may be assigned a twelve character descriptor, which will print on guest checks,
receipts, and reports.
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Clerk Descriptor Programming Key Sequence Using Alpha Overlay
Program Another?
8
1
0
SUBTOTAL
CLERK #
1-99
X/TIME
VALIDATE
SUBTOTAL
CASH
Type up
Upto
totwelve
twelvecharacters
3-digit alpha codes
Clerk Descriptor Programming Key Sequence Using Codes
Program Another?
8
1
0
SUBTOTAL
CLERK #
1-99
X/TIME
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
SUBTOTAL
CASH
Up to twelve 3-digit alpha codes
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820 SBTL - Clerk Status Programming
Clerk status programming determines which labor group each clerk belongs to. Each labor
group has its own report total.
Clerk drawer assignments are also made as part of status programming. Clerks may be signed
exclusively to drawers 1 - 3, or barred from cash sales by programming 0 as the drawer
number. Drawer 0 will allow only P/Bal sales that end with the Service key.
Default programming for clerk status is "001"
Program Another?
2
8
0
SUBTOTAL
CLERK
1-99
X/TIME
N1
N2
N3
Labor Group
SUBTOTAL
CASH
Drawer
0-3
830 SBTL - Labor Group Descriptor Programming
Each Labor Group (1 - 30) may be given a 12 character descriptor which will appear on
reports.
Program Another?
3
8
0
SUBTOTAL
Group
1-30
X/TIME
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
VALID
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
SUBTOTAL
CASH
Alpha
Overlay
Only
Alpha Codes or type on Alpha Overlay
835 SBTL - Time Keeping Adjustments
From time to time employees will either forget to clock in or out when using the time keeping
feature of the register. In order to reflect accurate "hours worked" for labor cost reporting, an
adjusted "hours worked" may be entered in P-Mode. The figure entered in P-Mode does not
add to, or subtract from, but replaces the existing figure.
Program Another?
8
3
5
SUBTOTAL
CLERK
1-99
X/TIME
H
H
.
M
M
SUBTOTAL
CASH
Adjusted Hours Worked
(Use decimal)
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850 SBTL - Tracking Groups By Cashier
A useful management tool provided by the SER-6500II/6540II is the ability of the to track the
sales of specific groups of items by clerk. In this programming step, up to twenty different
groups are linked (tagged for tracking) for each clerk/cashier. A Groups By Cashier report is
then available in X, and Z ( 1, 2 and/or 3 ).
Tracking Groups by Cashier reporting utilizes PLU group programming already in place and
can be useful in sales contests and to track promotions.
It is not necessary to program the same groups for each clerk/cashier.
Program Another?
8
5
0
SUBTOTAL
CLERK
1-99
X/TIME
1-20
Group
Link #
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#/NO SALE
X
X
SUBTOTAL
CASH
Group #
(0-99)
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Kitchen Printer/Video Output
PLU's may report to any three of 99 available groups. Each of these groups is programmable
for descriptor, status, and printer output (both primary and back-up).
900 SBTL - Item Group Descriptor Programming
Item Group Descriptors appear on reports.
Program Another?
0
9
0
SUBTOTAL
Group
1-99
X/TIME
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
VALID
SUBTOTAL
CASH
Alpha
Overlay
Only
Alpha Codes or type on Alpha Overlay
910 SBTL - Item Group Status Programming
Group status determines whether or not this group adds to the bottom line of the group report.
This allows creative programming whereby any single item can have it's total included in the
group report up to three times, but only add to the bottom once.
Group status also identifies groups to be routed to remote devices as kitchen printer items,
video screen items, or both.
Program Another?
9
1
0
SUBTOTAL
Group #
1-99
X/TIME
N1
SUBTOTAL
CASH
Group Status
ADDRESS
N1
GROUP PROGRAM OPTIONS
Group Does NOT Add to Group
Total
Group is for Kitchen PRINTER
items
Group is for Kitchen VIDEO items
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VALUE
YES
NO
YES
NO
YES
NO
=
=1
=0
=2
=0
=4
=0
SUM
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A+B+C)
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915 SBTL – Video Group Programming
Select groups for output to specific video screens using this program. For the value of N1, add
the value for each monitor where you wish the group items to display. For example, and N1
value of “11” would result in display on monitors 1, 2, & 4. Enter a maximum value of “31”
for N1.
Program Another?
9
1
5
SUBTOTAL
Group #
1-99
X/TIME
N1
SUBTOTAL
CASH
Route Status
ADDRESS
N1
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GROUP PROGRAM
OPTIONS
Output to Monitor #
VALUE
+
SUM
No output = 0
Display on Monitor #1 = 1
Display on Monitor #2 = 2
Display on Monitor #3 = 4
Display on Monitor #4 = 8
Display on Monitor #5 = 16
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920 SBTL - Item Group Output Programming
Item Group Output programming resembles that of the PRINT, or grill key. Each Item Group
may be programmed to generate up to 14 separate outputs, seven to printers and another seven
to kitchen videos.
Program Another?
9
2
0
SUBTOTAL
X
X
X/TIME
Group #
(0-99)
X
X
#/NO SALE
Output
1-14
X
X
SUBTOTAL
CASH
Device #
1-14
Program Another Output?
Output destinations are given by designating a device number. The devices themselves are
further defined as part of 930 SBTL programming.
This programming step can be made easier by sketching a quick diagram of the installation,
and numbering each of the output devices. Number printers 1 - 7, and video displays 8 - 14.
These numbers should remain fixed for the life of the installation.
Output numbers do not need to remain constant between groups. Each group may be
programmed with its own outputs. Outputs 1 through 7 should be used to route groups to
printing devices, while outputs 8 through 14 should be used for video devices.
Designating the same printing device for two outputs will print the item on two separate slips
at that location.
Repeat output at a single printer allows one copy of the order to go to the cook, while another
is available to the expeditor to build the order on a tray. On the other hand, designating the
same video device more than once will more than likely lead to confusion.
930 SBTL - Define Output Devices
Output devices are designated by numbers 1 through 7 for printers, and 8 through 14 for video
displays. In this section of programming, these devices are defined, giving the register and RS232C port numbers for each device in the system. If port number "0" is designated on any
register, the internal (R/J) printer for that register prints the items.
Program Another?
9
3
0
SUBTOTAL
X
Device
1-14
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X/TIME
N1
N2
Register #
1-16
N3
SUBTOTAL
CASH
Port
0-4
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935 SBTL - Define Back-up Output Devices
Back-up output programming redirects the print job should the original destination become
busy or disabled.
Program Another?
3
9
5
SUBTOTAL
X
X/TIME
Device
1-14
N1
N2
N3
Register #
1-16
SUBTOTAL
CASH
Port
0-4
940 SBTL - Output Device Banner Descriptor
Banner descriptors may be programmed for output devices 1 - 7 (printers only). The banner
consists of twelve alpha characters and appears at the top of each chit printed at that device.
Programming the name of the printing device, or station, allows identification of remote printer
output. HOT FOOD, COLD FOOD, and BEVERAGE are examples.
Output device banner descriptor programming sequence:
Program Another?
9
4
0
SUBTOTAL
Device #
1-7
X/TIME
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
Alpha Codes or type on Alpha Overlay
VALID
SUBTOTAL
CASH
Alpha
Overlay
Only
Banner example
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Report / Display / Receipt Descriptor Programming
The Samsung SER-6500II/6540II features highly customizable descriptors which appear on
reports, receipts, and also on the operator display as prompts and error messages.. Default
descriptors are shown for each section.
1000 SBTL - Financial Report Descriptors
Program Another?
1
0
0
0
SUBTOTAL
Desc #
1-85
X/TIME
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
Alpha Codes or type on Alpha Overlay
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VALID
SUBTOTAL
CASH
Alpha
Overlay
Only
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1010 SBTL - Display / Receipt Descriptor Programming
Program Another?
1
0
1
0
SUBTOTAL
Desc #
1-73
X/TIME
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
Alpha Codes or type on Alpha Overlay
VALID
SUBTOTAL
CASH
Alpha
Overlay
Only
Display/Receipt Descriptor Definitions
(1) TIME
- This descriptor appears on receipts/reports.
(2) DATE
- This descriptor appears on receipts/reports.
(3) CHANGE
- Prints opposite amount due to the customer in
change.
(4) TOTAL
- Printed on the receipt to show total amount.
(5) NON-ADD NO.
- Printed on the receipt to show Non-Add
number after number is indexed and No Sale/#
is pressed.
(6) R/A TOTAL
- Printed on receipt upon completion of a
Received on Account operation.
(7) P/O TOTAL
- Printed on receipt upon completion of a Paid
Out operation.
(8) DISCOUNT
- Not used
(9) SALE DISC
- Not used
(10) SURCHARGE - Not used
(11) SALE SURC
- Not used
(12) AMOUNT
- Printed on receipt to show amount of discount.
(13) CLK LOGIN :
- Printed on receipt to show the name of the
clerk logging into the system (timekeeping
function).
(14) CLK LOGOUT: - Printed on receipt to show the name of the
clerk logging out of the system (timekeeping function).
(15) TIME CLKIN:
- printed on receipt to show the clock-in time. (Timekeeping function)
(16) TIM CLKOUT: - Printed on the receipt to show clock-out time. (Timekeeping function)
(17) TIME IN :
- Printed on time keeping report (timekeeping function)
(18) TIME OUT :
- Printed on time keeping report (timekeeping function)
(19) TAXABLE 1
- Printed on receipts showing the amount taxable at rate 1.
(20) TAXABLE 2
- Printed on receipts showing the amount taxable at rate 2.
(21) TAXABLE 3
- Printed on receipts showing the amount taxable at rate 3.
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(22) TAXABLE 4
- Printed on receipts showing the amount taxable at rate 4.
(23) TAX AMT 1
- Printed on receipts showing the tax 1 amount added.
(24) TAX AMT 2
- Printed on receipts showing the tax 2 amount added.
(25) TAX AMT 3
- Printed on receipts showing the tax 3 amount added.
(26) TAX AMT 4
- Printed on receipts showing the tax 4 amount added.
(27) NET 1 AMT
- Printed on receipts showing the net
amount taxable at VAT rate 1.
(28) NET 2 AMT
- Printed on receipts showing the net
amount taxable at VAT rate 2.
(29) NET 3 AMT
- Printed on receipts showing the net
amount taxable at VAT rate 3.
(30) NET 4 AMT
- Printed on receipts showing the net
amount taxable at VAT rate 4.
(31) FOREIGN AMT - Printed on receipt to denote the amount
due in foreign currency.
(32) HOME AMT
- Printed on receipt to denote the amount
due in home currency.
(33) CHANGE RATE- Printed on receipt to show the currency
rate.
(34) F/S TOTAL
-Printed to show the amount eligible for
payment in food stamps.
(35) F/S TND AMT - Printed to show the amount tended in food
stamps.
(36) F/S CRT AMT - printed to show the amount of food stamp
credit (difference of a dollar) applied
towards the outstanding balance as cash.
(37) F/S E-TAX1
- Printed on receipts denoting the amount
of merchandise which became exempt from tax rate 1 once food
stamps were tendered.
(38) F/S E-TAX2
- Printed on receipts denoting the amount of merchandise which became
exempt from tax rate 2 once food stamps were tendered.
(39) F/S E-TAX3
- Printed on receipts denoting the amount of merchandise which became
exempt from tax rate 3 once food stamps were tendered.
(40) F/S E-TAX4
- Printed on receipts denoting the amount of merchandise which became
exempt from tax rate 4 once food stamps were tendered.
(41) FD/S CHANGE - Printed on receipt to show the amount of change issued as food
stamps.
(42) GALLONS
- Number of gallons pumped (gallonage PLUs) printed on receipts.
(43) GAS AMT
- Price per gallon (gallonage PLUs) printed on receipts.
(44) SCPN AMT
- Store Coupon amount printed on receipts.
(45) TAX TOTAL
- Total combined taxes charged for this sale (when single tax line is
printed).
(46) BFWD
- (Balance Forward) printed on guest check and displayed above
amounts carried forward in a check tracking environment.
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(47) CKPD
- (Checks Paid) printed on guest check and displayed above amounts
carried being paid in a check tracking environment.
(48) CLERK CODE - Displayed when Clerk presses TIME IN/TIME OUT key to clock in.
Prompts clerk # entry.
(49) CHANGE
- Displayed above change amount.
(50) TIME IN
- Displays when a clerk clocks in.
(51) SUBTOTAL
- Displayed when SUBTOTAL key is
pressed.
(52) COUPON
- Displayed when coupon key is pressed.
(53) NON-ADD #
- Prompt displayed for compulsory non-add
entry.
(54) SCALE CANCL- Displayed when scale feature is canceled.
(55) SCALE OK!
- Not used
(56) ENTER AMOUNT - Prompts an amount entry.
(57) POST TENDER- Displayed while performing post tender
operations.
(58) INS PAPER
- Prompt displayed when validation is
required.
(59) VALIDATION! - Prompt displayed if you try and ignore the
one above.
(60) CNG/MLT PAY- Displayed when transferring guest checks
to another clerk, or when paying multiple
checks.
(61) CLOSED
- Displayed when the keylock is in the "ON"
position, and a clerk is signed off.
(62) VD MODE
- Displayed when the keylock is in the
"VOID" position.
(63) OFF MODE
- Displayed when the keylock is in the "OFF" position.
(64) REG MODE
- Displayed when the keylock is in the "REG" position and a clerk is
signed on.
(65) X
- Displayed when the keylock is in the "X" position.
(66) Z
- Displayed when the keylock is in the "Z" position.
(67) PGM
- Displayed when the keylock is in the "P" position.
(68) S MODE
- Displayed when the keylock is in the "S" position.
(69) X REG MODE (70) CRR1 CHANGE- Printed to denote currency conversion change at rate 1
(71) CRR2 CHANGE- Printed to denote currency conversion change at rate 2
(72) VOID MODE
- Printed at the top of receipts created while in void mode.
(73) TRAIN MODE - Printed at the top of receipts created while in training mode.
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(74) SUN
- First day of the week: Sunday
(75) MON
- Second day of the week: Monday
(76) TUE
- Third day of the week: Tuesday
(77) WED
- Fourth day of the week: Wednesday
(78) THU
- Fifth day of the week: Thursday
(79) FRI
- Sixth day of the week: Friday
(80) SAT
- Seventh day of the week: Saturday
(81) GROUP
- Group Report Heading
(82) TIME
- Time Report Heading
(83) ALL CLERK
- All Clerk Report Heading
(84) CLERK
- Individual Clerk Report Heading
(85) ALL PLU
- All PLU Report Heading
(86) FROM/TO PLU
- From/To PLU Report Heading
(87) PLUS / GROUP
- PLU by Group Report Heading
(88) FINANCIAL
- Financial Report Heading
(89) DAILY SALES - Daily Sales Report Heading
(90) CASH IN DRWR -Cash-In-Drawer Report Heading
(91) CHCK IN DRWR -Check-In-Drawer Report Heading
(92) FD/S IN DRWR
-Food Stamp-In-Drawer Report Heading
(93) LABOR GROUPS - Labor Group Report Heading
(94) CLERKS TIME- All Clerk Time Report Heading
(95) CLERK TIME - Individual Clerk Time Report Heading
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1020 SBTL - Error Message Descriptor Programming
Error messages may serve as prompts to help guide the user towards correct operation of the
machine.
(01) BUFF. FULL
- The buffer for soft check, hard check, or buffered receipt has reached
capacity. For hard checks, the operator must press the SERVICE key to
print the items and clear the buffer. They may then pick up the balance
and resume entering items.
- This operation requires an amount
(02) AMOUNT REQ!
entry.
(03) NO PLU!
- The number entered is not a valid PLU.
This message will also appear if an NLU
number "built" using size and modifier keys
recalls an invalid PLU number.
(04) HALO OVER! - The amount entered exceeds the
programmed HALO.
(05) INACTIVE!
- The keyspace pressed is inactive. This
message also appears if VOID Mode has
been disabled.
(06) F-STAT ERR - Function key status being entered is illegal
(P-Mode).
- This entry involves a gallonage PLU,
(07) REQ GAL AMT
and requires an amount entry.
(08) NEGATIVE
- This sale has gone negative. Negative
sales are not allowed.
(09) REQ COND!
- This PLU has been programmed to
require a condiment entry.
(10) NOT PGMMED!
- This key has not been programmed
(11) OVERRIDE X - The key lock has to be moved to the X-Mode position in order to
override a HALO amount, or other restriction.
(12) NO OVERRIDE
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- X-Mode override is not allowed.
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(13) NO MANUAL - Manual entry is not allowed (scale function).
(14) SYS-OPN ERR
- Appears when attempting to enter an illegal system option value.
(15) OPEN DRAWER - The register has been programmed not to operate with the cash
drawer open.
(16) BAD LINK
- Linked PLU is not found, or number of linked PLUs is over 20
(maximum).
(17) SINGLE ITEM!- This PLU has been programmed as a
single item PLU and can not be used
within a sale.
(18) SCALE FAIL! - The register is not able to find the scale.
(19) REQ NONADD# - This operation requires the entry of a
Non-Add number.
(20) ZERO AMT
- The register has been programmed to
not allow negative sales, and to consider a
zero amount as a negative sale.
(21) ADDCHK REQ!
- This prompt appears while in an
ADD CHECK transaction. The operator
must first press the ADD CHECK key
before pressing any tender keys.
(22) R/A REQ!
- The operator is in the middle of a
received on account operation, which
requires a final depression of the R/A key
to finalize the operation.
(23) P/O REQ!
- The operator is in the middle of a paid out operation, which requires a
final depression of the P/O key to finalize the operation.
(24) VALID REQ! - This operation requires validation.
(25) REQ EAT-IN! - This operation requires a depression of either the EAT-IN, TAKE-OUT,
or DRIVE-THRU keys.
(26) REQ SCL PLU - Not Used
(27) SCALE REQ! - This item requires a quantity entry (weight) via the SCALE key.
Weight may be entered either manually or automatically.
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(28) K-PRN FAIL
- The kitchen printer has failed to respond. Printing has been re-routed
to the designated back-up printer.
(29) SEQ.ERROR! - The preceding key sequence is not allowed.
(30) REQ TARE#
- This PLU/scale item requires a tare weight entry.
(31) C-I-D OVER
- The programmed Cash-In-Drawer limit
has been exceeded.
(32) SUBTOTAL REQ - The SUBTOTAL key must be
pressed before continuing.
(33) CHECK# AUTO - The operator has attempted to open
a new guest check by assigning a check
number. The register has been
programmed to generate its own check
numbers.
(34) ENTER TABLE# - Table number entry is required to
open a guest check.
(35) ENTER GUEST# - The operator must enter the number
of guests when opening a guest check.
(36) NOT DISCNT - The preceding entry is not discountable.
(37) WRONG CLERK The clerk attempting to open this
guest check is not the original clerk who
started the guest check.
(38) NO DATA
- PLU can not be found. Does not appear
in Register Mode.
(39) NO CHECK # - Can not find this guest check number.
(40) MGR MODE! - This operation requires the keylock to be turned to the X position.
(41) CHANGE BACK - R/A tender entry error. Enter an amount and press a tender key to
end the R/A operation.
(42) IN USE!
- This guest check number is already in use.
(43) OFF LINE!
- IRC communications have gone off line.
(44) NOT READY! - Remote printer is not ready.
(45) NOW REAL!
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(46) SYSTEM ERR - Normal error.
(47) RANGE OVER - The number entered is out of range.
(48) E MODE
- The keylock is in the wrong position.
(49) BAD FLOW
- The operator has used an illegal key sequence.
(50) BAD VALUE
- The number entered is wrong.
(51) DUP CHECK# - This check already exists.
(52) SIGN ON REQ!
(53) PAPER END
- Clerk is required to sign-on.
- The guest check printer has reached
the end of the form.
(54) MEMORY FULL
- Memory is full.
(55) BAD FUNC
- Memory file number is wrong.
(56) BUSY
- Destination register is busy (polling
memory is in use).
(57) NOT ZERO
- Displayed when trying to delete a PLU
which still has sales counts and amounts.
PLU must first be reset in Z-Mode.
(58) NO DRAWER! - The drawer is no longer attached and is
required in order to continue.
(59) NO PAPER
- Slip printer is out of paper.
(60) WASTE REQ! - The operator is in the middle of a waste
operation, and must press the WASTE
key in order to complete the operation.
(61) P/BAL REQ!
- This register has been programmed to
operate as a pre-check machine, and
requires a previous balance entry.
(62) CHECK# REQ - This register has been programmed to allow manual check number
entry to begin a guest check transaction.
(63) REMOV PAPER
- Validation is complete and the form must now be removed.
(64) CASH DEC REQ - Cash declaration has been programmed as compulsory, and must
first be performed before reports may be generated.
(65) CRC ERR
- An error has occurred in the block check sum while transferring data in
IRC mode.
(66) SIGN OFF REQ - All Clerks/Cashiers must be signed off prior to the attempted
procedure.
(67) MOTION ERROR - The scale was in motion when the SCALE key was pressed.
(68) NOT ZERO
- The Scale did not read/return to zero.
(69) WEIGHT OVER
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- Scale input exceeds maximum programmed.
- General error message.
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1030 SBTL - Clerk Report Message Descriptor Programming
The descriptors found on Clerk Reports may be customized in this programming step.
Default descriptors and programming keystrokes are listed below:
Program Another?
1
0
3
0
SUBTOTAL
Desc #
1-68
X/TIME
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
Alpha Codes or type on Alpha Overlay
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VALID
SUBTOTAL
CASH
Alpha
Overlay
Only
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1100 SBTL - Logo Message Descriptor Programming
Both a four line preamble (header) and a two line postamble (trailer) may be programmed to
print on each receipt issue at the register. Signify which line you wish to program, and enter
up to 21 characters. Lines 1 - 4 appear at the top of the receipt, and lines 5 & 6 at the bottom.
The number of line feeds between the main body of the receipt and the trailer logo area is
programmable in P-Mode, 50 SBTL, address 18.
Program Another?
1
1
0
0
SUBTOTAL
Line
1-6
X/TIME
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
Alpha Codes or type on Alpha Overlay
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VALID
SUBTOTAL
CASH
Alpha
Overlay
Only
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String Report Programming
Two string reports may be programmed during this step, each may be either for stand-alone
(single register) operation or IRC reporting. Up to 24 reports may be programmed to print
automatically with a single command by utilizing String Reports. Keylock position is part of
the programming sequence, avoiding accidental resets by designating X-Mode as the keylock
position.
String reports may also be scheduled to execute automatically, at predetermined times. You
may program this same report to execute up to 48 times between Midnight and 11:59.59 P.M..
1200/1201 SBTL - String 1 Report Sequence Programming
1200 = Stand-alone / 1201 = IRC (Program one only)
Program Another?
1
2
0
X
SUBTOTAL
KL*
X/TIME
Keylock
Code*
SUBTOTAL
CASH
Report #
*Keylock Codes
0 = Current (Actual) Position
1 = X-Mode
2 = Z-Mode
1300/1301 SBTL - String 2 Report Sequence Programming
1300 = Stand-alone / 1301 = IRC (Program one only)
Program Another?
1
3
0
X
SUBTOTAL
KL*
Keylock
Code*
X/TIME
SUBTOTAL
CASH
Report #
*Keylock Codes
0 = Current (Actual) Position
1 = X-Mode
2 = Z-Mode
* Keylock code can only be used for time activated string reports.
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String Report Programming Example
This key sequence will program an IRC (1201) string report consisting of:
1. X Financial
2. X Clerk
3. Z Financial
4. Z Sales by Time
5. Z Clerk
6. Z Labor Group
7. Z Daily Sales
8. Z Clerk by Time
1
3
0
X
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SUBTOTAL
1
X/TIME
1
SUBTOTAL
1
X/TIME
5
SUBTOTAL
2
X/TIME
1
SUBTOTAL
2
X/TIME
2
SUBTOTAL
2
X/TIME
5
SUBTOTAL
2
X/TIME
1
1
SUBTOTAL
2
X/TIME
1
2
SUBTOTAL
2
X/TIME
1
3
SUBTOTAL
CASH
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1250 SBTL - Scheduling String Reports
String reports may be programmed to execute automatically up to 48 times per day. Entering
"9999" in the TIME field will skip that scheduled report. 48 reports are scheduled for each
day, you just tell the machine when it should take place.
Program Another?
1
2
5
0
SUBTOTAL
X/TIME
#/NO SALE
String #
1 or 2
Schedule #
1-48
SUBTOTAL
CASH
Time (Military)
0001-2359
1260 SBTL - Scheduling Time Activated Macros
Macros may be programmed to execute automatically once a day. Entering "9999" in the
TIME field will skip that Macro. 10 Macros are scheduled for each day, you just tell the
machine when each should take place.
Program Another?
1
2
6
0
SUBTOTAL
X/TIME
Macro #
1-10
KL
#/NO SALE
Keylock
Code
1-5
SUBTOTAL
CASH
Time (Military)
0001-2359
*Keylock Codes
1 = Reg-Mode
2 = X-Mode
3 = Z-Mode
4 = P-Mode
5 = S-Mode
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9999 SBTL - IRC Program Transfer
You may transfer program data to up to 15 other registers after programming a single register.
Programming may be transferred one section at a time, or all transferable programming may
be sent with one command. You may also pick and choose which registers in a system should
receive transferred programming by selecting a single register, or a range of registers. All
program transfer takes place with the keylock in the P-Mode position.
All register programming is not 100% transferrable. Memory allocation must be done on each
individual machine as part of initial setup. Also, the register's IRC number is set as part of
memory allocation. Registers within a system may not share the same IRC (register) number.
Other programming which must take place before program transfer involves P-Mode
communications options (60 SUBTOTAL) 1, 2, and 3. These options define the IRC system,
identifying the first and last machines in the system.
IRC Program Transfer Key Sequences:
All Registers
9
9
9
9
SUBTOTAL
X/TIME
st
1 Reg #
1-16
X/TIME
Last Reg #
1-16
C
C
SUBTOTAL
CASH
Transfer
Code#
Program Transfer Codes
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Group Programming
(900 Series)
Function Keys
(70, 80, 90 Series)
P-Mode Options
(Program 40)
Print Options
(Program 50)
S-Mode Options
(Program 30)
Communication Options
(Program 60)
Keyboard Function Assignments
(Program 20)
NLU Programmng
(Program 500)
Time Schedule for String Reports
(Program 1250)
Display Descriptors
(Program 1010)
Error Messages
(Program 1020)
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Financial Report Descriptors
(Program 1000)
Clerk Report Descriptors
(Program 1030)
Logo Message
(Program 1100)
Macro Key Programming
(Program 95)
String Report Sequence Programming
(Program 1200/1300)
Tax Programming
99
Labor Groups
(Program 830)
Clerk Programming
(Program 800 Series)
PLU Programming
(Program 100-400)
All Programming*
100
Date and Time
34
44
*See note above regarding non-transferable programming.
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1400 SBTL - Date and Time Programming
Date and time are maintained automatically, with the date advancing each night at midnight.
When the register is removed from it's power source, the time and date are maintained by the
NiCad battery found on the main board.
You may find, however, that the time needs adjustment (during daylight savings time for
example). Both date and time are set in one operation.
Setting the Date and Time:
1
4
0
0
SUBTOTAL
M
M
D
D
Y
Y
H
H
M
M
X/TIME
The Month/Day/Year order is set in P-Mode, Program 50, address 11.
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X-Mode Programming
Introduction
X-Mode programming for the Samsung SER-6500II/6540II may also be considered Manager
programming, since many of the functions may fall under the responsibility of the store
manager.
X-Mode programming involves setting the default size and modifier levels (for pop-up mode),
signing in and out of training mode, turning the receipt print on and off, and cash declaration
procedures.
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77 SBTL - Set Default Size
The default size is programmable. All considerations listed for default Modifier also apply to
default Size programming.
See the programming section of this manual for more information regarding building PLU
numbers using the Size and Modifier keys.
Programming the Default Size:
7
7
SUBTOTAL
X
X/TIME
0-5
(Size)
A receipt is issued, showing the new default size.
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78 SUBTOTAL - Set Default Modifier
The default modifier is programmable. All considerations listed for default Size also apply to
default Modifier programming.
See the programming section of this manual for more information regarding building PLU
numbers using the Size and Modifier keys.
Programming the Default Modifier:
7
8
SUBTOTAL
X
X/TIME
0-5
(Modifier)
A receipt is issued, showing the new default modifier.
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88 SBTL - Enter/Exit Training Mode
The keylock is required to be in the X-Mode position in order to sign in and out of training
mode. This offers a level of security to prevent mis-use of training mode operation.
"TRAINING" is printed on the top of all training transactions (both receipt and detail) as well
as any kitchen printer output.
Enter Training Mode Key Sequence:
8
8
SUBTOTAL
N1
N2
N3
N4
X/TIME
0
X/TIME
Secret Entry Code
Exit Training Mode Key Sequence:
8
8
SUBTOTAL
0
0
0
Enter Four Zeros
A receipt is issued each time you enter or exit training mode.
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99 SBTL - Receipt On / Off
The receipt printer may be turned on and off in X-Mode. If the register has been programmed
for buffered receipt, the receipt printer itself should be programmed off in X-Mode. An
additional keystroke at the end of a sale (the depression of the CASH key) will issue a receipt.
Additional programming for buffered receipts is done in P-Mode (50 SUBTOTAL), where
multiple receipt and stub receipt are available.
Programming the Receipt Off:
9
9
SUBTOTAL
1
X/TIME
CASH
X/TIME
CASH
Receipt Off
Programming the Receipt On:
9
9
SUBTOTAL
0
Receipt On
A receipt is issued to confirm that the receipt has been programmed on or off.
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X-Mode Cash Declaration
Cash declaration is not a part of programming, but a management function which takes place
with the keylock in the X position.
Please note that the cash declaration process begins and ends with pressing the CASH key. If,
while taking reports, the manager should inadvertently press the CASH key, they will begin the
cash declaration process. Once started, the process must be completed* before the register is
released for other operations. Please teach end users to check the receipt for the *CASH
DECLARATION* line, printed at the beginning of the operation, if they experience problems
or apparent lock-ups while taking reports.
Cash Declaration Procedure
1. Press the CASH key.
CASH
2. Enter the total of cash.
1
3
7
5
1
CASH
3. Enter the total of checks.
9
4
7
0
CHECK
4. Enter the total of food stamps.
8
5
0
0
CHECK
5. Press the CASH key to total the declaration.
CASH
* It is possible to declare only 1 cent and press the CASH key twice to satisfy cash declaration
requirements. The register will allow multiple cash declarations, but bases cash-in-drawer
over/short figures on the last declaration done.
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An alternative method of tender entry when performing cash declaration allows you to use the
register as you would use an adding machine. For example, the manager may enter an amount
for each type of cash tender instead of one total amount. They may also enter one check at a
time if desired.
An example follows:
1. Press the CASH key.
CASH
2. Enter the total of coins:
3
7
5
1
CASH
3. Enter the total of ones:
2
8
0
0
CASH
4. If you wish you can multiply the count times the
denomination. Enter, for example:
1
3
7
X/TIME
1
1
3
X/TIME
X/TIME
1
X/TIME
5
5
0
0
CASH
0
0
0
CASH
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
CASH
CASH
5. Enter the remaining cash separately by denomination.
6. Enter each check:
9
4
7
0
CHECK
0
F/STEND
7. Enter food stamps:
9
5
0
8. Press the CASH key to total the declaration.
CASH
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SER-6500II/6540II Reports
Overview
System reports are divided into two basic categories; "X", or read-only, and "Z", or read &
reset to zero. Most reports are available in both categories. Some reports, such as "In-Drawer"
reports and the From-To Department report are only available in X-Mode.
Some reports also provide identical but separate "Period to Date" reports. These reports
maintain a separate set of totals which may be allowed to accumulate over a period of days,
weeks, months, or even years. These fall into the "X2" & "Z2" category. They may be read in
"X2" as often as needed, and then reset to zero with the "Z2" command. Z2 totals are updated
each time a Z1 report is completed. If Z3 totals have been selected as part of memory
allocation programming, Z3 totals also maintained. Z3 totals are updated every time Z2 reports
are completed.
A complete list of possible reports is presented in the charts on the following pages.
IRC Reporting
You may consolidate reports by first entering IRC mode, and then entering the report number.
The key sequence for IRC reports is shown below:
All Registers
9
9
9
9
SUBTOTAL
X/TIME
st
1 Reg #
1-16
Another Report?
X/TIME
Last Reg #
1-16
C
C
SUBTOTAL
CASH
Report
Code#
Single Register Reports
Managers may take reports for any single register at that register, with the following exeptions:
Labor Groups and Open Checks
Primary Data for the above reports are kept in only one machine in the system, and reports
must be taken at that machine.
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String Reports
Two programmable String Reports are also available. A String Report will automatically
execute each of the predetermined reports one after the other. By using pre-programmed String
Reports, store closing and end-of-shift reports may all be taken by entering a single command.
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Report Table
Report Type
Report
Number
Report
Mode
Control
Lock
Position
Financial
1
X
Z
X2
Z2
X3
Z3
X
Z
X2
Z2
X3
Z3
X
Z
X2
Z2
X3
Z3
X
Z
X2
Z2
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X3
X
24 – SBTL = X2/Z2
Z3
Z
34 – SBTL = X3/Z3
X
Z
X2
Z2
X3
Z3
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
3 – SBTL
6 – SBTL,
Clerk#, CLERK key
X2
Z2
X
Z
26 – SBTL,
Clerk#, CLERK key
X3
Z3
X
Z
36 – SBTL,
Clerk#, CLERK key
Time
All PLU
From/To
PLU
All Clerk
Individual Clerk
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2
3
4
5
6
Key Sequence
1 – SBTL
21 – SBTL
31 – SBTL
2 – SBTL
22 – SBTL
32 – SBTL
3 – SBTL
23 – SBTL
33 – SBTL
XX – SBTL
Starting PLU#, PLU key
Ending PLU#, PLU key
4 – SBTL = X/Z
23 – SBTL
33 – SBTL
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Report
Mode
Control
Lock
Position
Key Sequence
Report Type
Report
Number
Cash-in-Drawer
7
X
X
7 – SBTL
X2
X
27 – SBTL
X3
X
X
X
37 – SBTL
X2
X
28 – SBTL
X3
X
X
X
38 – SBTL
X2
X
29 – SBTL
X3
X
Z
X2
Z2
X3
Z3
X
Z
X2
Z2
X3
Z3
X
Z
X2
Z2
X
Z
X2
Z2
X3
Z3
X
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
39 – SBTL
Check-in-Drawer
Food Stamp-inDrawer
Financial Group
Totals
Labor Groups
(Not Available in
IRC)
Daily Sales
Time Report – All
Clerks
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8
9
10
11
12
13
8 – SBTL
9 – SBTL
10 – SBTL
210 – SBTL
310 – SBTL
11 – SBTL
211 – SBTL
311 – SBTL
212 - SBTL
312 - SBTL
13 – SBTL
213 – SBTL
313 – SBTL
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Report Type
Individual Clerk
Time Report
Items By Group
Report
Report
Number
Report
Mode
Control
Lock
Position
14
X
Z
X2
Z2
X3
Z3
X
Z
X2
Z2
X3
Z3
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
X
Z
15
Open Check Report
(All)
Open Check Report
(By Server)
Clear Pre-Polling
Memory
String Report 1
100
String Report 2
101
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17
18
Key Sequence
14 – SBTL, #, CLERK
214 – SBTL, #, CLERK
314 – SBTL, #, CLERK
15 – SBTL
215 – SBTL
315 – SBTL
16 - SBTL
17 - SBTL
18 - SBTL
100 - SBTL
101 - SBTL
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Report Examples
The following examples have been labeled to point out areas of special interest. A short
introduction will accompany each example, giving additional information specific to that
report. Reports shown may be modified as part of register custom programming.
Financial Report
The report shown is a stand-alone (non-IRC) Financial Report.
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Financial Report Notes
c This sales total is for PLUs which have been programmed as "no tax" PLUs. PLUs which
have had their programmed taxes shifted are not included in these sales.
d PLU items which are taxable by more than one rate report to totals for each rate they are
taxable. A $10.00 item which is taxed at both rates 1 & 2 will add $10.00 to the taxable 1
sales as well as $10.00 to taxable 2 sales.
e These are reference totals (both counts and amounts) for Eat-in and Take-out orders.
f Discounts, Coupons, and Surcharges are individually programmable, and may or may not
affect gross and net sales. Ask your Store Manager or Samsung dealer to point out which
of these keys affect totals for balancing.
g Reference total and count for cash transactions. This amount is not the drawer total. Cash
in Drawer amounts are affected by check cashing, cash paid outs, tips, and change issued
from check transactions.
h Reference total and count for sales which were paid by check. Again, this is not the check
in drawer total, as it does not include received on account payments made by check, and it
accounts only for the price of the merchandise purchased and not the amount of the check
written.
i These are the tender amounts used to balance to settlements. If cash declaration is
enforced, amounts declared will appear here, with over/short amounts.
j In a check tracking environment, the Checks Paid and Service amounts should balance
(equal). This may not be the case at each register in a system, but should be reflected in
the all register IRC report.
k The register treats each sales transaction as another customer. No-sales and reports
(among other functions) advance the transaction counter, but do not advance the customer
count.
l This as a function of the Time Keeping feature found on the Samsung SER-6500II/6540II.
Today's labor cost is based on a store average wage multiplied by the number of hours
clocked by each employee for the day.
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IRC Reports
The Financial report shown is data consolidated from both register 1 & 2. IRC Reports are
identical in content to individual (stand-alone) register reports. Z-Mode IRC reports will
consolidate data and reset totals to zero on each register included in the report.
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Sales Time Report
The Sales Time report breaks the days business into 24 one hour sections, each listing the
number of customers (sales transactions) and the total sales for that time period.
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PLU Reports
PLU reports (All PLUs / From -To PLU / Items By Group) all list the PLU descriptor,
quantity sold, preset price (if applicable) and total sales dollar amount. Print programming
options allow the addition of PLU #, along with PROMO, WASTE, and ITEM USAGE
counts.
One set of PLU totals are maintained in the register for each of the active Z counters (Z1, Z2,
& Z3). These totals may be reset by any of the following reports: 3/23/33 - All PLUs, 4/24/34
- From-To PLUs, 15/215/315 - Items by Group. PLU reporting may also be a part of the
Financial report (though programming), or a string report sequence.
All PLUs Report
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All Clerks/Cashiers Report
Individual Clerk/Cashier Report
Clerk reports list the number of customers (sales transactions), net sales, and counts for No
Sales, PROMO, and WASTE operations. If the register has been programmed to track "items
by cashier", they are listed after the above information.
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Drawer Reports
Individual reports are available for Cash, Check, and Food Stamp drawer amounts. Samples
are shown for each.
Cash-In-Drawer Report
Check-In-Drawer Report
Food Stamp-In-Drawer Report
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Financial Group Report
Your register has the ability to sort items sold into as many as 99 groups. Each of these
groups has its own descriptor, which appears on this report. Counts and dollar amounts are
given for each group.
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Labor Groups Report
This report is available as a stand-alone report only, and will issue an error if attempted in IRC
mode.
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Daily Sales Report
The Daily Sales report resembles the time report in that it lists totals and counts for each day
of the month since the last Z report.
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Time Keeping Reports
Time keeping reports list Employees who have been active since the last Z report, times
clocked in and out, and total hours worked.
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Items by Group Report
This feature must first be activated in S-Mode and may not be available on your machine. The
Items By Group report lists the group name followed by sales information for each item
reporting to that group. This sales data is shared with all other PLU reports. If PLU totals
were reset using an earlier report, they will not appear in this report.
Group Descriptor
Item (PLU) Descriptor
Quantity Sold
Amount
Totals for this group
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Open Check Reports
Systems using tracking totals (Check Tracking or Drive-Thru) keep a list of open (unpaid)
tracking totals in memory. This information may be seen by taking an Open Check report (for
either one or all servers) at any register.
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Clear Pre-polling memory
This report only becomes necessary when reports are unsuccessfully polled by a PC.
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String Reports
String reports execute two or more of the reports listed in the previous pages with a single
command. The key position (X- or Z-Mode) has been pre-programmed for each section of the
report.
Once the string report has been initiated, each report within the string runs just as it would if
the operator was to enter each of the report codes separately.
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Balancing Formulas
+/-
Net Sales
$ Example
=
PLU Sales Total
$
+
Tax 1
$
+
Tax 2
$
+
Tax 3
$
+
Tax 4
$
+
Sale Coupon Amouts
$
+
Sale Percent Discounts
$
+
Sale Surcharge
Amounts
$
=
Net Sales
$
+/-
Gross Sales
$ Example
=
Net Sales
$
+
Negative PLU Total
$
+
Item Coupon Total
$
+
Item Percent Discount
$
+
Sale Coupon Amounts
$
+
Sale Percent Discounts
$
+
Credit Tax 1
$
+
Credit Tax 2
$
+
Credit Tax 3
$
+
Credit Tax 4
$
+
Merchandise Return
$
+
Void Positon Total
$
=
Gross Sales
$
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