ER650_ER650RUM
ER-650/650R
Operation and
Program Manual
All specifications are subject to change without notice
ATTENTION
The product that you have purchased contains a rechargeable Ni-MH battery. This battery is recyclable. At the end of its useful life,
under various state and local laws, it may be illegal to dispose of the battery into the municipal waste system.
Check with your local solid waste officials for details concerning recycling options or proper disposal.
WARNING
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required
to take adequate measures.
Precaution Statements
Follow these safety, servicing and ESD precautions to prevent damage and to protect against potential hazards such as
electrical shock.
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Safety Precautions
1. Be sure that all built-in protective devices are
replaced. Restore any missing protective shields.
2. When reinstalling the chassis and its assemblies,
be sure to restore all protective devices, including
nonmetallic control knobs and compartment
covers.
3. Make sure there are no cabinet openings through
which people - particularly children - might insert
fingers and contact dangerous voltages.
Such openings include excessively wide cabinet
ventilation slots and improperly fitted covers and
drawers.
4. Design Alteration Warning:
Never alter or add to the mechanical or electrical
design of the SECR. Unauthorized alterations
might create a safety hazard. Also, any design
changes or additions will void the manufacturer’s
warranty.
5. Components, parts and wiring that appear to have
overheated or that are otherwise damaged should
be replaced with parts that meet the original
specifications. Always determine the cause of
damage or over- heating, and correct any potential
hazards.
CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose used batteries according to the manufacturer’s
instructions.
6.
Observe the original lead dress, especially near the
following areas : sharp edges, and especially the
AC and high voltage supplies. Always inspect
for pinched, out-of-place, or frayed wiring. Do not
change the spacing between comp-onents and the
printed circuit board. Check the AC power cord
for damage. Make sure that leads and
components do not touch thermally hot parts.
7. Product Safety Notice:
Some electrical and mechanical parts have special
safety-related characteristics which might not be
obvious from visual inspection. These safety
features and the protection they give might be lost
if the replacement component differs from the
original - even if the replacement is rated for
higher voltage, wattage, etc.
Components that are critical for safety are
indicated in the circuit diagram by shading, ( )
Use replacement components that have
or ( ).
the same ratings, especially for flame resistance
and dielectric strength specifications. A
replacement part that does not have the same
safety characteristics as the original might create
shock, fire or other hazards.
ATTENTION
ll y a danger d’explosion s’il y a remplacement incorrect
de la batterie.
Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du même type
ou d’un type équivalent recommandé par le constructeur.
Mettre au rebut les batteries usagées conformément aux
instructions du fabricant.
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Servicing Precautions
WARNING: First read the-Safety Precautions-section of this manual. If some unforeseen circumstance creates a
conflict between the servicing and safety precautions, always follow the safety precautions.
WARNING: An electrolytic capacitor installed with the wrong polarity might explode.
1. Servicing precautions are printed on the cabinet.
Follow them.
2. Always unplug the units AC power cord from the
AC power source before attempting to:
(a) Remove or reinstall any component or assembly
(b) Disconnect an electrical plug or connector
(c) Connect a test component in parallel with an
electrolytic capacitor
3. Some components are raised above the printed
circuit board for safety. An insulation tube or
tape is sometimes used. The internal wiring is
sometimes clamped to prevent contact with
thermally hot components. Reinstall all such
elements to their original position.
4. After servicing, always check that the screws,
components and wiring have been correctly
reinstalled. Make sure that the portion around the
serviced part has not been damaged.
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5. Check the insulation between the blades of the AC
plug and accessible conductive parts
(examples : metal panels and input terminals).
6. Insulation Checking Procedure:
Disconnect the power cord from the AC source and
turn the power switch ON. Connect an insulation
resistance meter (500V) to the blades of AC plug.
The insulation resistance between each blade of the
AC plug and accessible conductive parts (see
above) should be greater than 1 megohm.
7. Never defeat any of the B+ voltage interlocks.
Do not apply AC power to the unit (or any of its
assemblies) unless all solid-state heat sinks are
correctly installed.
8. Always connect an instrument’s ground lead to the
instrument chassis ground before connecting the
positive lead ; always remove the instrument’s
ground lead last.
Precautions for Electrostatically Sensitive Devices (ESDs)
1. Some semiconductor (solid state) devices are easily
damaged by static electricity. Such components
are called Electrostatically Sensitive Devices
(ESDs); examples include integrated circuits and
some field-effect transistors. The following
techniques will reduce the occurrence of component
damage caused by static electricity.
2. Immediately before handling any semiconductor
components or assemblies, drain the electrostatic
charge from your body by touching a known earth
ground. Alternatively, wear a discharging wriststrap device. (Be sure to remove it prior to applying
power - this is an electric shock precaution.)
3. After removing an ESD-equipped assembly, place
it on a conductive surface such as aluminum foil to
prevent accumulation of electrostatic charge.
4. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can
generate electrical charges that damage ESDs.
5. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron when
soldering or unsoldering ESDs.
6. Use only an anti-static solder removal device.
Many solder removal devices are not rated as antistatic; these can accumulate sufficient electrical
charge to damage ESDs.
7. Do not remove a replacement ESD from its
protective package until you are ready to install it.
Most replacement ESDs are packaged with leads
that are electrically shorted together by conductive
foam, aluminum foil or other conductive materials.
8. Immediately before removing the protective
material from the leads of a replacement ESD,
touch the protective material to the chassis or
circuit assembly into which the device will be
installed.
9. Minimize body motions when handling unpackaged
replacement ESDs. Motions such as brushing
clothes together, or lifting a foot from a carpeted
floor can generate enough static electricity to
damage an ESD.
Contents
Getting Started
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About the ER-650/650R............................................................................................................. 1
Using this Manual...................................................................................................................... 2
Unpacking.................................................................................................................................. 2
Installing the Paper .................................................................................................................... 3
Basic Features and Functions .................................................................................................... 6
Standard Hardware ...................................................................................................... 6
Optional Hardware ...................................................................................................... 6
Software Features ........................................................................................................ 6
ER-650 Default Keyboard........................................................................................... 8
ER-650 Program Overlay............................................................................................ 8
ER-650R Default Keyboard ........................................................................................ 9
ER-650R Program Overlay ......................................................................................... 9
Programmable Function Keys ................................................................................... 10
Control Lock ............................................................................................................. 14
Front Display............................................................................................................. 15
Rear Display .............................................................................................................. 18
Initial Clear .............................................................................................................................. 19
Operating Instructions
21
Operator Display Screen.......................................................................................................... 21
Operator Display Example ........................................................................................ 22
Clerk Operations...................................................................................................................... 23
Clerk Sign On Instructions ........................................................................................ 24
Clerk Sign Off Instructions ....................................................................................... 24
Clerk Time Keeping .................................................................................................. 25
Item Registrations.................................................................................................................... 27
Open Keyboard PLU Entry ....................................................................................... 28
Preset Price Keyboard PLU....................................................................................... 28
Keyboard PLU Repeat Entry..................................................................................... 29
Keyboard PLU Multiplication................................................................................... 30
Keyboard PLU Multiplication with Decimal Point ................................................... 31
Split Pricing (Keyboard PLU)................................................................................... 32
Single Item Keyboard PLU ....................................................................................... 33
Open Code Entry PLU .............................................................................................. 34
Preset Price Code Entry PLU .................................................................................... 34
Code Entry PLU Multiplication ................................................................................ 35
Code Entry PLU Multiplication with Decimal Point ................................................ 36
Split Pricing Code Entry PLU ................................................................................... 36
PLU Price Inquiry ..................................................................................................... 37
Modifier Key ............................................................................................................. 38
Price Level Key ......................................................................................................... 39
Promo ........................................................................................................................ 40
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Waste .........................................................................................................................41
Shifting or Exempting Tax ......................................................................................................42
Shifting Tax ...............................................................................................................42
Exempting Tax ..........................................................................................................43
Percent Key Operations ...........................................................................................................45
Preset Percent Discount on an Item...........................................................................45
Enter a Percent Discount on an Item .........................................................................46
Percent on Sale Total.................................................................................................46
Coupon on Sale (Vendor Coupon) ............................................................................47
Coupon on Item (Store Coupon) ...............................................................................48
Return Merchandise Registrations...........................................................................................49
Voids and Corrections .............................................................................................................50
Error Correction (Void Last Item).............................................................................50
Void Previous Item....................................................................................................50
Cancel........................................................................................................................51
Void Position Operations ..........................................................................................51
No Sale Operations ..................................................................................................................52
Open Drawer .............................................................................................................52
Non Add Number ......................................................................................................52
Received On Account Operations............................................................................................53
Paid Out Operations.................................................................................................................54
Subtotaling a Sale ....................................................................................................................55
Eat In/Take Out/Drive Thru Sales ...........................................................................................55
Totaling and Tendering............................................................................................................56
Totaling a Cash Sale ..................................................................................................56
Totaling a Check Sale................................................................................................56
Tendering a Cash Sale ...............................................................................................57
Tendering a Check Sale.............................................................................................57
Totaling a Charge Sale ..............................................................................................58
Tendering a Charge Sale ...........................................................................................59
Check Cashing...........................................................................................................60
Split Tender ...............................................................................................................61
Post Tender................................................................................................................62
Food Stamp Sales ......................................................................................................63
Currency Conversion.................................................................................................64
Receipt On/Off and Receipt on Request....................................................................65
Check Tracking Operations .....................................................................................................66
Overview ...................................................................................................................66
Posting Balances Manually .......................................................................................68
Soft Check .................................................................................................................70
Hard Check................................................................................................................73
Fast Food Drive Thru ................................................................................................76
Scale Operations ......................................................................................................................78
Direct Scale Entry......................................................................................................79
Automatic Scale Entry...............................................................................................80
Tare Weight Entry .....................................................................................................80
Manual Tare Weight Entry ........................................................................................81
Manual Weight Entry ................................................................................................82
X Mode
83
Manager Mode.........................................................................................................................83
Manager Operation ..................................................................................................................84
X Reports .................................................................................................................................85
Declaration...............................................................................................................................87
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Register Print Format............................................................................................................... 88
Stop Register Printing.............................................................................................................. 89
Training Mode ......................................................................................................................... 90
E.J. 0peration ........................................................................................................................... 91
Z Mode
93
Reset Report Mode .................................................................................................................. 93
Z Reports ................................................................................................................................. 94
Reset Electronic Journal .......................................................................................................... 96
PC Communication.................................................................................................................. 96
PLU Lookup Program ............................................................................................................. 97
Age Verification ...................................................................................................................... 99
KP Starting No....................................................................................................................... 100
Service Mode Programming
101
Overview ............................................................................................................................... 101
Clearing Memory................................................................................................................... 103
Memory All Clear ................................................................................................... 103
Hardware Test........................................................................................................................ 105
Hardware Test Table ............................................................................................... 105
Clear All Totals ..................................................................................................................... 106
Clear Grand Total .................................................................................................................. 106
Clear PLU File....................................................................................................................... 107
EPROM Information ............................................................................................................. 107
Memory Allocation................................................................................................................ 108
Function Key Assignment ..................................................................................................... 110
Function Key Codes ................................................................................................ 112
IRC Options........................................................................................................................... 113
RS232C Port 1/RS232C Port 2 Options ................................................................................ 114
RS232C Settings Screen Program Notes................................................................. 117
Program Mode Programming
119
Descriptor Programming Methods......................................................................................... 119
Program Overlay Method ........................................................................................ 119
Descriptor Code Method ......................................................................................... 120
Program Mode Menu............................................................................................................. 121
PLU Programming................................................................................................................. 123
Add/Modify PLU .................................................................................................... 123
PLU Options - Reference Information .................................................................... 126
Delete PLU .............................................................................................................. 128
Group Programming ..............................................................................................................131
Sales Tax Programming......................................................................................................... 134
Programming an Add-On Tax Rate Percentage ...................................................... 135
Programming a Tax Table ....................................................................................... 136
Programming a VAT (Value Added Tax) ............................................................... 140
Programming a Canadian GST................................................................................ 141
System Option Programming................................................................................................. 142
System Options - Reference Information ................................................................ 146
Print Option Programming .................................................................................................... 150
Clerk Programming ............................................................................................................... 158
Clerk Programming - Reference Information.......................................................... 159
Function Key Programming .................................................................................................. 160
#/NS......................................................................................................................... 161
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%1 -%5 ....................................................................................................................163
ADD CHECK..........................................................................................................166
CANCEL .................................................................................................................168
CASH ......................................................................................................................169
CHARGE 1-8 ..........................................................................................................171
CHECK CASHING.................................................................................................173
CHECK ENDORSEMENT.....................................................................................174
CHECK ...................................................................................................................176
CHECK # ................................................................................................................178
CURRENCY CONVERSION 1-4 ..........................................................................180
EAT-IN TAKE OUT DRIVE THRU...................................................................181
ERROR CORRECT ................................................................................................182
F/S TEND................................................................................................................183
FUNCTION LOOK UP (1-2)..................................................................................185
GUEST ....................................................................................................................187
LEVEL 1-5 ..............................................................................................................188
MDSE RETURN .....................................................................................................189
MODIFIER 1-5 .......................................................................................................190
PBAL.......................................................................................................................192
PAID OUT 1-3 ........................................................................................................193
PRINT CHECK .......................................................................................................194
PROMO...................................................................................................................195
RECD ON ACCT 1-3..............................................................................................196
SCALE ....................................................................................................................197
SERVICE ................................................................................................................199
TABLE ....................................................................................................................201
TARE.......................................................................................................................202
TAX EXEMPT........................................................................................................203
TIME IN/OUT.........................................................................................................204
TIP ...........................................................................................................................205
VALIDATE.............................................................................................................207
VOID ITEM ............................................................................................................208
WASTE ...................................................................................................................209
Logo Descriptor .....................................................................................................................210
Preamble ..................................................................................................................211
Postamble ................................................................................................................212
Endorsement Message .............................................................................................213
Financial Report ......................................................................................................214
Clerk Report ............................................................................................................215
Macro Name ............................................................................................................216
NLU Code Number................................................................................................................217
Download Programs ..............................................................................................................218
Clerk In/Out ...........................................................................................................................220
PLU Stock..............................................................................................................................221
Drawer Limit..........................................................................................................................222
Check Change Limit ..............................................................................................................223
Time & Date ..........................................................................................................................224
Tare Weight ...........................................................................................................................225
Macro.....................................................................................................................................226
Programming a New Macro ....................................................................................227
Editing an Existing Macro.......................................................................................228
Machine No. ..........................................................................................................................229
PC Schedule Time .................................................................................................................230
Training Mode Password .......................................................................................................231
Program Scans .......................................................................................................................232
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Sample Reports
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Financial ................................................................................................................................ 235
Time....................................................................................................................................... 239
PLU........................................................................................................................................ 240
Clerk ...................................................................................................................................... 241
Individual Clerk..................................................................................................................... 242
Groups ................................................................................................................................... 243
Stock ...................................................................................................................................... 244
Clerk Time Report ................................................................................................................. 245
Check File.............................................................................................................................. 246
PLU Zero Sale ....................................................................................................................... 247
Balancing Formulas ............................................................................................................... 248
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Glossary of Terms
249
Index
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Getting Started
About the ER-650/650R
Congratulations! You have selected a very flexible electronic cash register designed for
years of reliable service. The ER-650/650R will fit many shops and restaurants, providing
fast transaction processing, security, and detailed sales information.
The ER-650/650R features a unique operator screen that allows you to view itemized
transaction information, as well as providing on screen programming that is simple and easy
to use. The raised-key keyboard has 78 individual key locations. All locations are
programmable so that your dealer can customize the keyboard to fit your needs exactly.
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Using this Manual
This manual provides the sequences and reference information required to set up and operate
your ER-650/650R.
In this Manual you will find:
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"Getting Started" - Before you begin, please review the information in this
chapter carefully, including:
⇒ Unpacking and initial setup,
⇒ The basic features and capabilities of your ER-650/650R.
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"Operating Instructions" - Step by step operating sequences for your ER650/650R.
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"X Mode" - Manager procedures, including X reports are detailed here.
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"Z Mode" - Z (reset) reports are detailed.
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"Service Mode Programming" - In the service mode, you can perform hardware
tests, then complete one-time set up procedures that will ready your ER650/650R for use.
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"Program Mode Programming" - All routine programming procedures, including
PLU, function key, system options and sales tax programming are performed in
Program Mode.
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"Sample Reports" - A sample of each report is provided.
Unpacking
1. Unpack and unwrap the cash register.
2. Located in the packing are the following items:
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1 roll of paper and paper spindle,
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2 sets of control keys,
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Operation and Program Manual,
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1 ferrite core for use with optional IRC cable.
with IRC cable.)
(See instructions included
3. Remove the cardboard protectors from the cash drawer.
4. Plug the register into a grounded outlet (three prong), insert a control key and
turn the key to the REG control lock position.
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Installing the Paper
ER-650
1. Remove the printer cover.
2. For proper feeding through the print head, cut or tear a straight even edge on the end of
the paper roll. (Be sure to remove any paper with glue residue.) Place the paper roll in
the paper holder so that the paper will feed from the bottom of the roll.
3. Insert the end of the paper into the paper slot.
4. Press the PAPER FEED key until the paper comes out about 8 inches.
5. Pass the paper through the window of the printer cover and replace the printer cover.
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1. Remove the printer cover.
2. Push the blue cap lever and then lift up to open the paper cover.
3. Ensure that the paper is being fed from the bottom of the roll.
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4. Put the leading edge of the paper over the printer.
5. Close the paper cover slowly until it locks firmly
6. Passing the leading edge of the paper through the cutter slot.
excess paper. Replace the printer cover.
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Basic Features and Functions
Standard Hardware
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Adjustable 8-line, 20-character liquid crystal display.
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Keyboard
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ER-650
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ER-650R : Raised 64 position.
: Flat spill resistant 98 position.
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Thermal 32-column printer with drop-and-print mechanism.
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Sturdy Metal Cash Drawer with removable 5 Bill/5 Coin drawer insert.
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7-position control lock.
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Standard customer pole display.
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Communications ports:
2 RS232C & IRC.
Optional Hardware
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Load cell scale.
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Kitchen printer or video requisition system.
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Bar code scanner.
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Coin changer.
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Pole Display.
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Liquor dispensing system.
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Real clerk keys and lock assembly for 15 clerks.
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Lan Tran credit card terminal.
Software Features
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Keyboard NLU keys.
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ER-650
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ER-650R : 30 standard/69 maximum
: 63 standard/80 maximum
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Up to 5 price levels for each PLU.
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Up to 5 PLU modifier keys (i.e. small, medium, and large).
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Over 10,000 Price Look Ups (PLUs) are available. (The total number of PLUs
available varies by memory allocation. Ask your dealer for more information.)
To accommodate UPC scanning, each PLU can be given an identifying number
up to 14 digits in length.
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12 character programmable descriptors for PLUs and functions.
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Up to 99 PLU Group totals.
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Up to 99 clerks with separate report totals.
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Employee time keeping functions for each clerk.
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Four tax rates with value added tax (VAT) capability. Each tax rate is
programmable for tax table look-ups and/or straight percentage tax programming.
Tax rate 4 can be programmed to accommodate Canadian goods and services tax
(GST).
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Programmable functionality for each key location.
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24-hour real-time clock with automatic day and date change.
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Check, Cash, and up to 8 charge tender functions.
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Currency conversion capability for calculating sale totals in foreign currency (for
up to 4 foreign currencies.)
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Training mode.
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Food stamp sorting and tendering.
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Programmable discount/surcharge/coupon keys.
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Insure accuracy with Error Correct, Void, Cancel and Void Transaction
functions.
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Function keys for posting charges and payments to accounts or guest checks.
You can choose manual previous balance posting as well as hard or soft check
tracking. (Check capacity is determined by memory allocation.)
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Macro, Function Look-up, Price Inquiry, Promo and Waste functions.
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Management reports, with the capability to view most reports on the register
display.
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Electronic Journal capability, where transaction information can be captured in
register memory for printing at a later time. (Capacity is determined by
memory allocation.)
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6-line programmable preamble and postamble messages.
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10-line programmable check endorsement message.
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Programmable descriptors for financial and clerk reports.
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Up to 8 PLU look-up keys, each key can display up to eight PLUs for quick
registration.
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Age verification feature that requires the operator to enter the customer’s date of
birth before selected items can be registered.
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ER-650 Default Keyboard
1
8
15
22
29
36
43
50
57
PAPER
FEED
#/NS
VOID
ITEM
ERROR
CORR
CLERK
#
2
9
16
23
30
37
44
51
58
TAX 1
SHIFT
PAGE
UP
YES/NO
PAGE
DOWN
ADD
CHECK
3
10
17
23
31
38
45
52
59
LEVEL
1
CLEAR
ESC
PLU
4
11
18
24
32
39
46
53
60
LEVEL
2
7
8
9
FUNCTION
LOOK-UP2
5
12
19
26
33
40
47
54
61
%1
4
5
6
CHECK
6
13
20
27
34
41
48
55
62
%2
1
2
3
SBTL
7
14
21
28
35
42
49
56
63
%3
0
00
.
CASH
ENTER
YES/NO
PAGE
DOWN
FUNCTION LOOK-UP 1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
MENU
FUNCTION LOOK-UP 2
CANCEL
MDSE RETURN
RA1
PO1
TIP
TAXEXMT
CONV1
TIME IN/OUT
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
@/FOR FUNCTION
PRT SCR LOOK-UP1
MENU
CHARGE 1
CHARGE 2
CHARGE 3
CHARGE 4
CHARGE 5
CHARGE 6
CHARGE 7
CHARGE 8
ER-650 Program Overlay
PAPER
FEED
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#
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*
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)
PAGE
UP
Q
W
E
R
T
Y
U
I
O
P
CLEAR
ESC
PLU
@/FOR
PRT SCR
A
S
D
F
G
H
J
K
L
7
8
9
Z
X
C
V
B
N
M
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5
6
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CAPS
DOUBLE
SPACE
SPACE
SPACE
SPACE
SPACE
CAPS
CAPS
BACK
SPACE
1
2
3
SBTL
:
=
;
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?
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+
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0
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.
CASH
ENTER
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ER-650R Default Keyboard
PAPER
FEED
PAGE
UP
PAGE
DOWN
TAX 1
SHIFT
1
7
13
19
25
FUNCTION
LOOK-UP1
CLEAR
ESC
@/FOR
PRT SCR
PLU
#/NS
7
8
9
4
5
1
0
2
8
14
20
26
FUNCTION YES/NO
LOOK-UP2
VOID
ITEM
3
9
15
21
27
MACRO
1
MACRO
2
6
ERROR
CORR
4
10
16
22
28
ADD
CHECK
CHECK
2
3
%1
5
11
17
23
29
00
.
%2
6
12
18
24
30
FUNCTION LOOK-UP 1 MENU
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
CLERK
#
SBTL
CASH/ENTER
FUNCTION LOOK-UP 2 MENU
CANCEL
MDSE RETURN
RA1
PO1
TIP
TAXEXMT
CONV1
TIME IN/OUT
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
CHARGE 1
CHARGE 2
CHARGE 3
CHARGE 4
CHARGE 5
CHARGE 6
CHARGE 7
CHARGE 8
ER-650R Program Overlay
Refer to”Descriptor Programming” on page 119 to use either the Program Overlay Method
or the Descriptor Code Method of programming descriptors.
PAPER
FEED
PAGE
UP
PAGE
DOWN
CLEAR
ESC
7
BACK
SPACE
A
G
M
S
Y
(
)/-
DOUBLE
B
H
N
T
Z
+/=
YES/NO
8
9
SPACE
C
I
O
U
!/@
</,
>/.
5
6
SPACE
D
J
P
V
#/$
“/’
?//
1
2
3
SPACE
E
K
Q
W
%/^
:/;
0
00
.
CAPS
F
L
R
X
&/*
ENTER
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Programmable Function Keys
Functions can be assigned as necessary from the list that follows into any keyboard location.
Key Descriptions
KEY
Description
NUMERIC
KEYPAD: 0-9, 00,
AND DECIMAL
Use the numeric keypad to enter amounts and other numeric values.
NLU 1
Use any of the 80 NLU keys to categorize merchandise (as you would with
traditional department keys.) NLUs can be programmed to access any PLU
number in the register.
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NLU 80
The decimal key is used for decimal multiplication, when setting or
entering fractional percentage discounts, or when programming fractional
tax rates. Do not use the decimal key when making amount entries into
PLUs or tendering.
#/NS
Press to open the cash drawer when you have not already started a
transaction. Also, can be used to print any non-adding number (up to 9
digits) on the printer paper.
%1 -%5
Up to five % keys may be placed on the keyboard. Each % key is set with a
specific function, such as item discount or surcharge, or sale discount or
surcharge. The percent rate may be entered or preprogrammed, or the percent
keys can be programmed with a negative open or preset price, thus acting as
coupon keys.
@/FOR
(PRT SCREEN)
Enter a quantity, then press the @/FOR key to enter multiple items.
use to enter “split pricing” items, such as 1 item at 3 for $.89.
Also
When pressed directly, the @/FOR key will cause the information
displayed on the screen to be printed. (The print screen function is
allowed or disallowed by a system option.)
ADD CHECK
Use to combine individual trays (in a cafeteria situation) that will be paid
together. Each tray subtotal can advance the consecutive number,
depending on programming.
CANCEL
Press CANCEL to void (or erase) all items entered thus far in any
transaction.
CASH
(ENTER)
Press to total a transaction paid by cash. Also, if the cash amount tendered
is over the amount purchased, enter the amount of the tender, then press the
CASH key. The drawer will open and the cash change will be computed.
The CASH key doubles as an ENTER key. When you are performing
manager functions, or programming, use the ENTER key to advance to the
next item or screen.
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CHARGE 1-8
Use to finalize charge sales. Calculates the sale total including tax, finalizes
the sale, and opens the cash drawer. Change computation may be allowed
by entering an amount before pressing the CHARGE key. The cash
drawer will open only if the amount tendered is equal to or greater than the
total amount of the sale. Change issued will be subtracted from the cashin-drawer total.
CHECK CASHING
Use to exchange a check for cash. Cash-in-drawer and check-in-drawer totals
are adjusted.
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KEY
Description
CHECK
ENDORSEMENT
Use to print a check endorsement message on an optional slip printer. A
programmable message up to 10 lines can also be printed.
CHECK
Press to total a transaction paid by check. Also if the check amount is
over the amount purchased, enter the amount of the check, then press the
CHECK key. The drawer will open and the cash change will be
computed.
CHECK #
The CHECK # key is used to begin a new, or access an existing balance
(hard check) or itemized bill (soft check.)
Check track numbers that are entered manually may be set at a fixed length
of one to nine digits. Check track numbers assigned automatically will
begin with #1.
Existing checks are accessed by entering the check track number and
pressing the CHECK # key.
CLEAR
(ESC)
Press to clear numeric errors made on keyboard prior to pressing the
registration key. Also press to stop the error alarm when incorrect entries
are made.
The CLEAR key doubles as an ESC (Escape) key. When you are
performing manager functions, or programming, use the ESC key to back
up, or return to the previous screen.
CLERK #
Use to sign on or sign off a clerk.
CURRENCY
CONVERSION 1-4
The currency conversion function, allowed after subtotal, converts and displays
the new subtotal at a preprogrammed exchange rate. Tendering is allowed
after using the currency conversion function. Change is calculated and issued
in home currency. The amount of foreign currency tendered is stored in a
separate total on the Financial report, but not added to the drawer total.
EAT-IN
TAKE OUT
DRIVE THRU
Eat-In, Take Out and Drive Thru are subtotal functions. In areas that have
different tax rules for eat-in and take out sales, the EAT-IN, TAKE OUT
and DRIVE THRU keys can be programmed to automatically charge or
exempt taxes.
Sales may not be split between Eat-In, Take Out and Drive Thru.
The EAT-IN, TAKE OUT and DRIVE THRU keys maintain separate
totals on the Financial report.
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ERROR CORRECT
Press to void (or erase) the last item entered.
F/S SHIFT
When pressed before a PLU entry, the F/S SHIFT key reverses the
preprogrammed food stamp status of the PLU. For example, an item not food
stamp eligible can be made food stamp eligible.
F/S SUB
Displays the amount of the sale that is food stamp eligible.
F/S TEND
Use to tender food stamps for eligible sales.
FUNCTION LOOK
UP (1-2)
Press a function look up key to display a list of functions that may not be
located on the keyboard. Up to 8 functions can be listed on a function look up
screen.
GUEST
Use to enter the count of guests served as part of a guest check. The entry of
a guest count can be enforced when opening a guest check, or for all
transactions.
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KEY
Description
MACRO 1-10
Macro keys may be programmed to record, then later perform, up to 50
keystrokes. For example, a macro key could be set to tender (preset tender)
a common currency, such as $5 into the cash key.
MDSE RETURN
Used to return or refund merchandise. Returning an item will also return
any tax which may have been applied.
MODIFIER 1-5
The MODIFIER key alters the next PLU registered, either by changing the
code number of the PLU so that a different item is registered, or by adding
the modifier descriptor (and not changing the code of the subsequent PLU.)
PBAL
Use to enter the amount of an outstanding balance. The PBAL key will take
the recall function if the drive thru feature is enabled in CHECK # key
programming.
PAGE DOWN
When transactions contain more items than can be displayed on the screen
at one time, press the PAGE DOWN key to view items at the end of the
transactions.
PAGE UP
When transactions contain more items than can be displayed on the screen
at one time, press the PAGE UP key to view items at the beginning of the
transactions.
PAID OUT 1-3
Use to record money taken from the register to pay invoices, etc. The paid
out amount subtracts from the cash-in-drawer total. Paid outs are allowed
outside of a sale only
PAPER FEED
Press to advance the printer paper.
PLU
Use to register a Price Look Up (PLU) that is not located on the keyboard.
PLU LOOK UP 1-8
Use PLU LOOK UP keys to view a list of up to 8 PLUs on the display.
With the PLU list in view, a PLU can be registered by pressing the digit
representing the PLU. Up to eight PLU LOOK UP keys can be placed on
the keyboard.
PRICE INQUIRY
Use to display the descriptor and price of a PLU without registering the price.
PRICE LEVEL
(1- 5)
Price Level keys shift the price PLU that is being registered . Levels can be
stay down ; pop-up after each item to register, for example large, medium or
small soft drink; pop-up after each transaction to register, for example,
toppings of various pizza sizes.
PRINT CHECK
Use to print a guest check. The check can be printed on an optional (RS232C) printer, or can be printed on the receipt printer. The PRINT CHECK
key can be set to automatically service the check.
PROMO
The PROMO key allows you to account for promotional items, as in "buy two,
get one free". Pressing this key will remove an item's cost from the sale, but
will include the sale of the item in the item's sales counter.
RECD ON ACCT
1-3
The RECD ON ACCT (received on account) key is used to record media
loaned to the cash drawer, or payments received outside of a sale. The cash
drawer will open. The amount received adds to the cash-in-drawer total.
SBTL
Press once to display the sale subtotal.
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KEY
Description
SCALE
Use to make weight entries. When a scale is attached, press the scale key to
show the weight in the display, then press (or enter) a PLU to multiply the
weight times the price. When a scale is not attached, you can manually enter
the weight (using the decimal key for fractions). PLUs may be programmed
to require an entry through the scale key.
SERVICE
Use to temporarily finalize Previous Balance or check tracking transactions.
TABLE
You can enforce the entry of a table number for guest check transactions, or for
all transactions. If you are tracking guest check balances, the balance can be
recalled either by entering the check number or the table number.
TARE
Tares are container weights. If you are using the scale function, you can
preset up to 5 different tare weights. The tare can be subtracted automatically
when a specific PLU is registered, or the tare can be subtracted by manually
inputting the tare number and pressing the TARE key. Tare #5 can be
programmed for entering tare weights manually.
TAX EXEMPT
Press the TAX EXEMPT key to exempt tax 1, tax 2, tax 3, and/or tax 4 from
the entire sale.
TAX SHIFT 1-4
Press to reverse the programmed tax status of a PLU. For example, by
pressing the appropriate TAX SHIFT key prior to registering a taxable
item, the item will be sold without sales tax added.
TIME IN/OUT
Use to track hours worked by an employee, as would be done by a time
clock.
TIP
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 amount, or the amount after taxes.
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VOID ITEM
Use to void an item previously entered within a transaction by pressing
VOID, then re-entering the item you wish to remove.
WASTE
The WASTE key allows control of inventory by accounting for items which
must be removed from stock due to spoilage, breakage or mistakes. Press the
WASTE key before entering wasted items, then press the WASTE key again
to finalize. The WASTE key may be under manager control, requiring the
control lock to be in the X position. The WASTE key is not allowed within a
sale.
YES/NO
Press to toggle from Y (yes) to N (no) when selecting program options.
VALIDATION
Press to initiate a single line validation. Note that an optional printer with
validation capability must be attached to the ER-650/650R and identified.
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Control Lock
VOID
VOID
Use to void (correct) items outside of a
sale.
X
OFF
The register is inoperable.
Z
REG
Use for normal registrations.
X
Use to read register reports and perform
other manager functions.
Z
Use to read register reports and reset totals
to zero.
PGM
Use to program the register.
SM
Service Mode used for tests and special
settings.
OFF
REG
PGM
SM
The ER-650/650R includes two sets of keys that can be used to access the following key lock
positions.
Note:
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Key
Positions Accessible
VD
VOID, OFF, REG, X
REG
OFF, REG
Z
OFF, REG, X, Z
P
VOID, OFF, REG, X, Z, PGM
C
ALL POSITIONS
Keys can be removed from the key lock in the OFF or REG positions.
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Front Display
The front display is a liquid crystal screen, allowing you to view up to 8 lines of information
with up to 20 characters per line. The display is backlit and adjustable to provide excellent
visibility, regardless of lighting conditions.
When the control lock is in the OFF position, the message OFF MODE is displayed and the
register can not be operated. When the control lock is in the REG or VOID positions the
appropriate message, VOID MODE or REG MODE is displayed with the message
"CLOSED". You must sign on a clerk to remove the "CLOSED" message and begin
operation. When the control lock is in the X, Z, PGM or SM positions, the appropriate
menu is displayed.
OFF
OFF MODE
REG
REGISTER MODE
██████████
█ CLOSED █
██████████
VOID
VOID MODE
██████████
█ CLOSED █
██████████
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PGM
PROGRAM MODE
0.PLU
1.GROUP
2.SALES TAX
3.SYSTEM OPTION
4.PRINT OPTION
5.FUNCTION KEYS
6.CLERK
È
♦ Press PAGE DOWN to view the remainder of the PROGRAM MODE menu:
PROGRAM MODE
Ç
7.LOGO DESC.
8.NLU CODE# PGM.
9.DOWNLOAD PROGRAMS
00.MORE
♦ Press 00 to view the MORE PROGRAMS menu:
PROGRAM MODE page2 È
0.CLERK I/O
1.PLU STOCK
2.DRAWER LIMIT
3.CHECK CHANGE LIMIT
4.TIME & DATE
5.TARE WEIGHT
6.MACRO
♦ Press PAGE DOWN to view the remainder of the PROGRAM MODE page 2
menu:
PROGRAM MODE page2 Ç
7.MACHINE NO.
8.PC SCHEDULE TIME
9.TRAINING MODE P/W
00.SCAN
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SM
0.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
SERVICE MODE
È
HW TEST
CLEAR ALL TOTALS
CLEAR GRAND TOTAL
CLEAR PLU FILE
EPROM INFO.
MEMORY ALLOCATION
KEY ASSIGNMENT
♦ Press PAGE DOWN to view the remainder of the SERVICE MODE menu:
SERVICE MODE
7. IRC OPTIONS
8. RS232C PORT 1
9. RS232C PORT 2
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Rear Display
The rear display is a 10 digit florescent display that allows your customer to monitor the
transaction and view the sale total. The rear display can be lifted and turned for easy
customer viewing.
Rear Display Information
Item Count
The number of times an item has been repeated is displayed.
Amount
The amount of the item, subtotal or total, is displayed in the
rightmost portion of the display.
Rear Display Messages
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C
Change Due
-
Negative entry
Sub
Subtotal of the sale
=
Total of the sale
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Initial Clear
CAUTION: Do not share this information with unauthorized users.
Mode key only to those you may want to perform this function.
Distribute the P-
The initial clear function allows you to exit any register activity and return to a beginning or
cleared state. Any transaction that is in progress will be exited and totals for that transaction
will not be updated.
Here are some reasons you may want to perform an initial clear:
•
The register is in an unknown state, and you wish to exit the current program or
transaction without following normal procedures.
•
You have performed a function that includes a compulsory activity, such as
validating or printing, and you wish to bypass the compulsory activity.
•
An initial clear may be necessary as part of servicing, or troubleshooting a ER650/650R register or system.
Perform this procedure only as necessary. Contact your dealer first if you have questions
about operating or programming your ER-650/650R.
To Perform an Initial Clear:
1. Turn the power switch located on the right side of the register to the OFF
position.
2. Turn the control lock to the PGM position.
3. Press and hold the key position where the SBTL key is located on the default
keyboard layout.
4. While continuing to hold the SBTL key, turn the power switch to the ON
position.
5. The message "INITIAL CLEAR SERV". will display momentarily when the
initial clear is complete.
4
5
6
%1
CHECK
%2
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1
2
3
SUBTOTAL
SBTL
29
0
00
.
CASH/ENTER
CASH
30
ER-650
TO INITIALIZE:
ER-650R
Press and hold the SBTL key
position during power-up in PGM
mode.
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Operating Instructions
Operator Display Screen
The ER-650/650R Electronic Cash Register has a liquid crystal display screen, providing up
to 8 lines of information with up to 20 characters per line. The display is backlit to provide
excellent visibility, regardless of lighting conditions. Display screen contrast may be
adjusted with the contrast adjustment, located on the right front corner of the register.
The multiple line screen lets you keep track of each item, as it is registered.
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For example:
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When you are operating the register (in the REG or VOID control lock
positions), you can view a list of items that have been registered, as well as
continuous tax and sale subtotals.
•
If an item is multiplied, or repeated, the display lists the quantity of the item sold.
(Note: Only quantities up to 99 are displayed in the quantity field.)
•
Up to six items can be displayed simultaneously. When more than six items are
registered, the display lists the last six items sold.
•
You can scroll through long transactions with the PAGE UP and PAGE DOWN
keys. When more than six items have been registered, you can press the PAGE
UP key to view items registered earlier in the sale. Press the PAGE DOWN
key to return to a view of the items registered later in the transaction.
•
If you make an error, the screen specifies the type of error.
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Operator Display Example
Up to six items
can be displayed
simultaneously.
If an item is
multiplied, or
repeated, the
display lists the
quantity of items
here.
Tax and sale
subtotals are
updated with
each new
item entered.
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REGISTER MODE
1 PLU1 T1
1.00
1 PLU2
2.00
1 PLU3
3.00
1 PLU4
4.00
3 PLU5
15.00
TAX 0.06 SBTL 25.06
1 PLU3
1 PLU4
1 PLU5
1 PLU6
1 PLU7
1 PLU8
TAX 0.06 SBTL
3.00
4.00
15.00
6.00
7.00
8.00
46.06
When more than
six items have
been registered,
you can press
the PAGE UP
key to view the
items registered
earlier in the
sale.
When more than
six items are
registered, the
display lists the
last six items
sold.
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Clerk Operations
The number of clerks available is determined by memory allocation.
Allocation" in the "Service Mode Programming" chapter.
See "Memory
You can choose a push button or code entry clerk system:
•
The simplest clerk system is the push button system. This is also the default
system; the register will operate this way unless it is programmed otherwise.
You simply press the CLERK # key to sign on or sign off the clerk. You
can operate only one clerk per register when you choose this method.
•
You can provide maximum security in a multiple clerk system with the code
entry system. Enter the clerk secret code, then press the CLERK # key to
sign on the register.
•
You can sign off a clerk by entering 0, then pressing the CLERK # key.
You can also select stay down or pop-up mode for clerk operation:
•
Stay down means that once a clerk is signed on, the same clerk will remain
signed on until the clerk signs off. A stay down clerk system might be used
when only one operator uses the register at a time, and a different operator
begins when a work shift is changed.
•
Pop-up means that the clerk is automatically signed off at the end of each
transaction. Therefore, to begin a transaction, you must first sign a clerk on.
A pop-up clerk system might be used in a department store, where several
clerks might use the register during the same shift and clerk sales information
is required.
See "System Options" in the "Program Mode Programming" chapter to set clerk options.
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Clerk Sign On Instructions
When a clerk is not signed on, the message "CLOSED" is shown on the display.
current clerk must be signed off before a new clerk can be signed on.
The
Push Button
CLERK #
Code Entry
CLERK #
Secret
clerk #
Clerk Sign Off Instructions
0
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Clerk Time Keeping
Clerk time keeping is a standard feature of the ER-650/650R. Clerks can clock in and clock
out at any time, regardless of whether they are signed on to operate the register. (Clocking
in and clocking out are separate functions from signing on or signing off to operate the
register.) You must assign secret clerk codes to clock in or clock out. See "System
Options" in the "Program Mode Programming" chapter to set up your clerk system and see
"Clerk Programming" to assign a secret code.
In addition:
•
If a clerk forgets to sign in or sign out, or if sign in or out records need to be
modified, these corrections can be made by the appropriate authority in the
program mode. See "Clerk In/Out" in the in the "Program Mode
Programming" chapter.
•
Clerk times can be read in the X control lock position or reset in the Z
control lock position. See the "X-Mode" and/or "Z-Mode” chapters.
Note: When a function is located on a function look up menu key, you access the function
by pressing the appropriate function look up key, then pressing the numeric digit
corresponding to the function you wish to select. On the default keyboard, the
TIME IN/OUT function is function #8 on the function look up 1 menu, so to use the
TIME IN/OUT function, you would first press FUNCTION LOOK#1, and then press the
numeric 8 key.
To Clock In/Out:
1. Turn the control lock to the REG position.
2. Any current transaction must be finalized before clocking in or out.
3. Press the TIME IN/OUT key (or, select the TIME IN/OUT function from one of
the function look up keys.)
TIME CLOCK IN/OUT
ENTER SECRET CODE
AND PRESS CASH
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4. Enter the secret code of the clerk that is to clock in, press ENTER (CASH).
The display will show the 3 most recent in and out records for the clerk, and the
total time worked.
TIME CLOCK IN/OUT
I 01/15/1999 08:00
O 01/15/1999 05:00
I 00/00/0000 00:00
O 00/00/0000 00:00
I 00/00/0000 00:00
O 00/00/0000 00:00
TIME WORKED: 09:00
5. Repeat the procedure from step 1 to clock out.
6. The printer will print Time In and Time Out records as in the examples below:
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
TIME 08:33
================================
CLERK TIME IN
================================
CLERK 1
IN :
CLERK 1
11/09/1999
No.000011
01
08:33
00001
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
TIME 08:33
================================
CLERK TIME OUT
================================
CLERK 1
OUT :
CLERK 1
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11/09/1999
No.000011
01
08:33
00001
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Item Registrations
All registrations are accumulated into PLUs. Keyboard PLUs are fixed keys on the
keyboard (like traditional department keys) that access specific PLUs.
•
On the default keyboard, there are 30 Keyboard PLU keys and the PLU#
assigned to the key is the same, i.e. Keyboard PLU number one is PLU #1.
However, through programming, you can assign any PLU number you wish to
any one of the 69 possible Keyboard PLU keys.
•
Traditional PLUs can also be registered by entering the PLU number and
pressing the PLU key.
•
If optional scanning is implemented, the PLU number corresponds to the UPC
number and a PLU is registered when an item is scanned.
As you make item registrations, you can follow your entries by viewing the display.
Remember that the sale and tax totals are updated automatically with each entry.
Using Function Look-Up Keys
Because the ER-650/650R keyboard is programmable, both the selection and location of
function keys may vary from one register to another.
You must pay particular attention to the two function look-up keys, FUNCTION LOOK-UP
#1 and FUNCTION LOOK-UP #2. Each of these keys can contain a list of up to 8
functions that can be used as if they were located on separate keys. For example:
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If a function, such as CHARGE1, is located on a function look-up key, as it is on
the default keyboard, then you must access it by pressing the appropriate function
look-up key, then pressing the digit that represents the function, instead of
pressing a key on the keyboard.
•
If you need to make a numeric entry before a function that is located on a
function look-up key, first press the numeric key or keys, then press the function
look-up key and press the digit that represents the function you wish to select.
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Open Keyboard PLU Entry
1. Enter an amount on the ten key pad. Do
not use the decimal key. For example,
for $2.99, enter:
2
9
9
2. Press a PLU key.
PLU 1:
For example, press
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
PLU1 T1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$2.99
$0.18
$3.17
$3.17
No.000011
00001
1
Preset Price Keyboard PLU
A preset PLU registers the price that was previously programmed for the PLU. See "PLU
Programming" in the "Program Mode Programming" chapter to program preset prices.
1. Press a preset PLU key.
press PLU 5:
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
For example,
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
5
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PLU5
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$1.29
$1.29
$1.29
No.000011
00001
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Keyboard PLU Repeat Entry
Open or preset price PLUs can be repeated as many times as necessary by pressing the same
PLU again. The number of times the item is repeated is shown on the display.
1. Enter an amount on the ten key pad. Do
not use the decimal key. For example,
for $2.99, enter:
2
9
9
2. Press a PLU key.
PLU 1:
For example, press
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
PLU1 T1
PLU1 T1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$2.99
$2.99
$0.36
$6.34
$6.34
No.000011
00001
1
3. To register a second item exactly as the
first, press the PLU key a second time.
For example, press PLU 1:
1
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Keyboard PLU Multiplication
When several of the same items are to be entered into the same PLU, you can use
multiplication. You can enter a quantity (1 to 999.999) using the @/FOR key. You can
multiply open or preset PLUs.
1. Enter the quantity of items being
purchased, press the @/FOR key. For
example, enter 4 on the numeric key pad
and press the @/FOR key:
@/
FOR
4
2. Enter an amount on the ten key pad. Do
not use the decimal key. For example,
for $1.99, enter:
1
9
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
4X
PLU1 T1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
@1.99
$7.96
$0.48
$8.44
$8.44
No.000011
00001
9
3. Press a PLU key.
PLU 1:
For example, press
1
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Keyboard PLU Multiplication with Decimal Point
If you are selling items by weight, or if you are selling yard goods, you can multiply a
fraction of a unit.
1. Enter the amount with the decimal point,
press the @/FOR key. For example,
for 3.75 pounds of produce, enter:
3
.
7
5
@/
FOR
2. Enter an amount on the ten key pad. Do
not use the decimal key. For example,
if the price is $.99 per pound, enter:
9
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
3.75X
PLU1 T1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
@0.99
$3.71
$0.22
$3.93
$3.93
No.000011
00001
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3. Press a PLU key.
PLU 1:
For example, press
1
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Split Pricing (Keyboard PLU)
When items are priced in groups, i.e. 3 for $1.00, you can enter the quantity purchased and let
the register calculate the correct price.
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
1. Enter the quantity purchased, press the
@/FOR key. For example, enter:
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
@/
FOR
2
2. Enter the quantity of the group price,
press the @/FOR key. For example, if
the items are priced 3 for $1.00, enter:
2@3FOR
PLU1 T1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
@1.00
$0.67
$0.04
$0.71
$0.71
No.000011
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@/
FOR
3
3. Enter an amount on the ten key pad.
For example, if the items are priced 3
for $1.00, enter:
1
0
0
4. Press a PLU key.
PLU 1:
For example, press
1
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Single Item Keyboard PLU
Single item PLUs automatically total as a cash sale immediately after registration. Use
single item PLUs for speedy one item sales. For example if you are selling admission
tickets, and all ticket sales are one item sales, you can use an open or preset PLU. After
each registration, the drawer will immediately open, and a separate transaction receipt is
printed. See "PLU Programming" in the "Program Mode Programming" chapter to program
a single item PLU.
1. Press a single item preset PLU key. (or
enter a price and press a single item open
PLU key.) For example, press PLU 6:
6
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TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$1.29
$1.29
$1.29
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Open Code Entry PLU
If the PRESET status of a PLU is set to N (no), the PLU will operate as an open PLU.
"PLU Programming" in the "Program Mode Programming" chapter to program PLU
descriptors and options.
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1. Enter the PLU number; press the PLU
key. For example, enter:
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
2
TIME 08:33
PLU
2. The display will prompt "ENTER
PRICE". Enter an amount on the ten
key pad. Do not use the decimal key.
For example, for $2.99, enter:
2
See
9
PLU2 T1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
$2.99
$0.18
$3.17
$3.17
No.000011
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9
3. Press the PLU key again.
PLU
Preset Price Code Entry PLU
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1. Enter the PLU number; press the PLU
key. For example, enter:
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
1
PLU1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
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$1.29
$1.29
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Code Entry PLU Multiplication
When several of the same items are to be entered into the same PLU, you can use
multiplication. You can enter a quantity (1 to 999.999) using the @/FOR key. You can
multiply open or preset PLUs.
1. Enter the quantity of items being
purchased, press the @/FOR key. For
example, enter 4 on the numeric key pad
and press the @/FOR key:
4
@/
FOR
2. Enter the PLU number; press the PLU
key. For example, enter:
1
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4X
PLU1 T1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
@1.99
$7.96
$0.48
$8.44
$8.44
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Code Entry PLU Multiplication with Decimal Point
If you are selling items by weight, or if you are selling yard goods, you can multiply a
fraction of a unit.
1. Enter the quantity with the decimal point,
press the @/FOR key. For example,
for 3.75 pounds of produce, enter:
3
.
7
5
@/
FOR
2. Enter the PLU number; press the PLU
key. For example, enter:
3
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3.75X
PLU3 T1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
@2.99
$11.21
$0.67
$11.88
$11.88
No.000011
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PLU
Split Pricing Code Entry PLU
When items are priced in groups, i.e. 3 for $1.00, you can enter the quantity purchased and let
the register calculate the correct price.
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1. Enter the quantity purchased, press the
@/FOR key. For example, enter:
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
2
@/
FOR
2. Enter the quantity of the group price,
press the @/FOR key. For example, if
the items are priced 3 for $1.00, enter:
3
2@3FOR
PLU3 T1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
@2.99
$1.99
$0.12
$2.11
$2.11
No.000011
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@/
FOR
3. Enter the PLU number; press the PLU
key. For example, enter:
3
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PLU Price Inquiry
You can check the price of a PLU without registering the PLU by placing a price inquiry
function key on the keyboard.
1. Press the PRICE INQ key. The
message "PRICEINQ" displays:
PRICE
INQ
HAMBURGER
1 : 1.25
2 : 1.75
2. Press a preset PLU key, or enter a PLU
number and press the PLU key:
1
0
0
1
PLU
3. The PLU number and price display on
the screen. If the PLU has prices at
more than one price level, all prices will
be shown.
4. Press CLEAR to remove the price
information from the screen, or enter the
PLU again to register the item.
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Modifier Key
Pressing a modifier key alters the next PLU registered, either by changing the code number of
the PLU so that a different item is registered, or by just adding the modifier descriptor and
registering the same PLU. See "Modifier 1-5" in the "Program Mode Programming" chapter
in order to determine how the modifier key will affect the PLU entry.
Modifiers can be:
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stay down so that registrations will be modified by the same modifier until
another modifier is selected,
•
pop-up after each item to register, for example large, medium or small soft
drink,
•
pop-up after each transaction to register, for example, toppings of various
pizza sizes.
See "System Options" in the "Program Mode Programming" chapter to select stay down/popup status.
Pop-Up Modifier Key Affecting PLU Code
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1. Press a preset PLU key. For example,
press PLU 1 with a price of $1.00.
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1
2. Press the MOD 1 key.
"MOD1" displays.
The message
MOD
1
PLU1
MOD1
#1001
PLU2
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$1.00
$1.25
$1.50
$3.75
$3.75
No.000011
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3. Press the same PLU key. In this
example the modifier 1 will add the digit
1 to the fourth PLU # position, resulting
in the registration of PLU #1001.
1
4. Press another PLU key. In this example
press PLU 2 with a price of $1.50.
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Price Level Key
If you choose to use the price level feature, you must allocate memory for each level. See
"Memory Allocation" in the "Service Mode Programming" chapter. Note that the default
program selects one price level. You must also place price level keys on the keyboard.
See "Function Key Assignment" in the "Program Mode Programming" chapter.
If you use this feature, the same PLU can be given up to 5 different preset prices.
Level keys shift the price that is being registered. Levels can be:
Price
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stay down so that registrations will stay in the selected level until another
level is selected,
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pop-up after each item to register, for example large, medium or small soft
drink,
•
pop-up after each transaction to register, for example, toppings of various
pizza sizes.
See "System Options" in the "Program Mode Programming" chapter to set how the price
level keys operate.
Pop-Up Price Level Keys
1. Press a preset PLU key. For example,
press PLU 1 programmed with a price of
$1.00 for price level 1.
1
2. Press the LEVEL 2 key.
"LEVEL 2" displays.
The message
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PLU1
PLU2
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$1.00
$2.00
$1.50
$4.50
$4.50
No.000011
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LEVEL
2
3. Press the same PLU key. In this
example the PLU 1 key is programmed
with a price of $2.00 for price level 2.
1
4. Press another PLU key. In this example
press PLU 2 programmed to register
PLU #2 with price level 1. Note that
the level 1 price is registered.
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Promo
The PROMO key allows you to account for promotional items, as in "buy two, get one free".
Pressing this key will remove an item's cost from the sale, and the promo item will not be added
to the PLU sales total, but it is added to the item sales counter. If stock (inventory) reporting is
used, the item will be subtracted from inventory.
1. Register an item. For example, press
PLU 1 programmed with a price of $1.00
for price level 1.
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PLU1
2. Press the PROMO key.
"PROMO" displays.
$1.00
***PROMO***
1
The message
PLU1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
$0.00
$0.00
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PROMO
3. Enter the item to be promo'd. You can
not enter an item that has not been
already registered in this transaction.
1
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Waste
The WASTE key allows control of inventory by accounting for items that must be removed from
stock due to spoilage, breakage or mistakes. Press the WASTE key before entering wasted
items, and then press the WASTE key again to finalize. The WASTE key may be under
manager control, requiring the control lock to be in the X position. The WASTE key is not
allowed within a sale.
1. Press the WASTE key. The message
"WASTE" displays at the top of the
screen.
WASTE
2. Enter the item or items that are wasted.
3. Press the WASTE key again to total the
wasted items:
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TIME 08:33
***WASTE***
PLU1
PLU2
$1.25
$1.50
***WASTE***
TOTAL
CLERK 1
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$2.75
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Shifting or Exempting Tax
Shifting Tax
PLUs can be programmed to automatically add the appropriate tax or taxes. Occasionally,
you may need to sell a normally taxable item without tax, or a normally non-taxable item
with tax. You can perform this tax shifting with one of the four tax shift keys.
1. Press the tax shift for the tax you wish to
shift. For example, Press TAX SHIFT
1:
TAX 1
SHIFT
2. Enter an amount on the ten key pad. Do
not use the decimal key. For example,
for $2.99, enter:
2
9
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TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$2.99
$2.99
$2.99
No.000011
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9
3. Press a PLU key. For example, press
PLU 1. If PLU 1 is normally taxable by
tax 1, the registration will be nontaxable.
1
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Exempting Tax
Occasionally, you may need to exempt tax from an entire sale. For example, you might
remove all state and local taxes when you sell merchandise to a church or charitable
institution.
You can exempt tax by using the tax shift keys and the SUBTOTAL key, or you can use the
TAX EXMT (tax exempt) function key.
Exempting Tax with Tax Shift Keys
1. Enter an amount on the ten key pad. Do
not use the decimal key. For example,
for $2.99, enter:
2
9
9
2. Press a taxable PLU key.
press PLU 1:
For example,
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TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$2.99
$2.99
$2.99
No.000011
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1
3. Press SBTL:
SBTL
4. Press the tax shift key (or keys) that
represents the tax you wish to shift. For
example, to exempt tax 1 press
TAX SHIFT 1, then press SBTL:
TAX 1
SHIFT
SBTL
5. The display reflects the transaction
without added taxes. Total the sale with
CASH, CHECK , or a CHARGE
function. The sale will not include tax
1.
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Exempting Tax with the Tax Exempt Key
You can program the TAX EXMT function to remove all or selected taxes.
Note: When a function is located on a function look up menu key, you access the function
by pressing the appropriate function look up key, then pressing the numeric digit
corresponding to the function you wish to select. On the default keyboard, the TAX EXMT
function is function #6 on the function look up 1 menu, so to use the TAX EXMT function,
you would first press FUNCTION LOOK#1, then press the numeric 6 key.
1. Enter an amount on the ten key pad. Do
not use the decimal key. For example,
for $2.99, enter:
2
9
9
2. Press a taxable PLU key.
press PLU 1:
For example,
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TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$2.99
$2.99
$2.99
No.000011
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1
3. Press SBTL:
SBTL
4. Press the TAX EXMT key (or access the
TAX EXMT function from a function
look up menu key):
TAX
EXMT
5. The display reflects the transaction
without added taxes. Total the sale with
CASH, CHECK, or a CHARGE
function. The sale will not include tax
1.
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Percent Key Operations
A total of five % functions are available. %1 and %2 are located on the default keyboard.
Your keyboard may be different. More or less % keys may be located on the keyboard, or
they may be located on one of the function look up menu keys.
Each function is individually programmable to add or subtract, from an individual item or
from a sale total, amounts (coupons) or percentages. You can also program the percentage
key taxable or non-taxable, so that sales taxes are calculated on the net, or the gross amount
of the item or sale. You can also program preset prices or percentages.
The operation examples in this section show the percentage key in a variety of
configurations. See "Function Key Programming" in the "Program Mode Programming"
chapter to assign a specific function to each percentage key.
Preset Percent Discount on an Item
In this example the%1 function is preset with a rate of 10 %.
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2. Press the %1 key:
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
%1
3. The discount is automatically subtracted.
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AMOUNT
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$10.00
-10.000%
-1.00
$9.00
$9.00
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Enter a Percent Discount on an Item
You can also operate the percentage functions by entering the percentage of the discount or
surcharge. If necessary, you can enter a fractional percentage up two 3 digits beyond the
decimal (i.e. 99.999%).
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1. Register the discounted item.
2. Enter the percentage. If you are
entering a fraction of a percent, you must
use the decimal key. For example, for
one third off enter:
3
3
.
3
3
3
3. Press the %1 key:
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
PLU2
% 1
AMOUNT
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$10.00
-33.333%
-3.33
$6.67
$6.67
No.000011
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%1
4. The discount is automatically subtracted.
Percent on Sale Total
The percent can be an open or preset amount.
of 15% is applied.
In this example an open percentage surcharge
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1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. Press the SBTL key:
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
SBTL
3. Enter the percentage, press the
appropriate discount key. For example,
for 15% enter:
1
5
PLU2
% 1
AMOUNT
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$10.00
15.000%
$1.50
$11.50
$11.50
No.000011
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%1
4. The surcharge is automatically added.
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Coupon on Sale (Vendor Coupon)
When programmed as "amount", "sale", "open" and "negative", a % key will perform a
coupon against a sale (or vendor coupon.) Also, depending upon programming:
•
You may be allowed to enter only one coupon in a sale, after the SBTL key is
pressed,
•
You may be allowed to enter multiple coupons, but you must press the SBTL key
before each coupon entry, or
•
You may be allowed to enter multiple coupons, without first pressing SBTL.
In this example, a coupon may be entered only once, and you must first press SBTL.
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1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. Press the SBTL key:
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
SBTL
3. Enter the amount of the coupon, press the
appropriate % key. For example:
2
0
0
PLU2
%1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$10.00
-2.00
$8.00
$8.00
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%1
4. The coupon is subtracted.
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Coupon on Item (Store Coupon)
When programmed as "amount", "item", "open" and "negative", a % key will perform a
coupon against an item (or store coupon.) In this case, you must press the PLU (or enter the
PLU number) of the PLU you wish the coupon to be subtracted from.
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1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. Enter the amount of the coupon, press the
appropriate % key. For example:
2
0
0
%1
3. Press the PLU key you wish to subtract
the coupon from (or enter the PLU
number of the PLU you wish to subtract
the coupon from and press PLU.)
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
PLU1
PLU1 C
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$10.00
-2.00
$8.00
$8.00
No.000011
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4. The coupon is automatically subtracted.
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Return Merchandise Registrations
If you wish to return or refund an item, press MDSE RETURN, then re-enter any item.
You can return merchandise as part of a sale, or you can return merchandise as a separate
transaction and return cash to the customer.
Note: When a function is located on a function look up menu key, you access the function
by pressing the appropriate function look up key, then pressing the numeric digit
corresponding to the function you wish to select. On the default keyboard, the MDSE
RETURN function is function #2 on the function look up 1 menu, so to use the MDSE
RETURN function, you would first press FUNCTION LOOK#1, then press the numeric 2
key.
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MDSE
RETURN
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
2. Enter the price of the item you wish to
return, then press the PLU key where it
was registered originally.
2
9
9
TIME 08:33
RETURN *************************
PLU2 T1
-2.99
TAX1 AMT
-0.18
TOTAL
-3.17
CASH
-3.17
CLERK 1
No.000011
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2
3. Total the sale with CASH, CHECK, or a
CHARGE function.
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Voids and Corrections
Error Correction (Void Last Item)
This function corrects the last item entered.
1. Register the item you wish to sell.
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DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
ERROR
CORR
TIME 08:33
PLU1 T1
$2 29
PLU2
$1.29
ERR CORR ----------------------PLU2
-1.29
TAX1 AMT
$0.14
TOTAL
$2.43
CASH
$2.43
CLERK 1
No.000011
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Void Previous Item
This function allows you to correct an item registered previously in a transaction.
1. Register an item.
second item.
Then register a
2. To correct the first item, press
VOID ITEM:
VOID
ITEM
3. Enter the price of the first item, then
press the PLU key where it was
registered originally.
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TIME 08:33
PLU2
$1.29
PLU1 T1
$2.29
VOID --------------------------PLU2
-1.29
TAX1 AMT
$0.14
TOTAL
$2.43
CASH
$2.43
CLERK 1
No.000011
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Cancel
The CANCEL key allows you to stop any transaction. Anything registered within the
transaction before the CANCEL key is pressed is automatically corrected. The CANCEL
key can be inactivated through programming, see "Function Key Programming" in the
"Program Mode Programming" chapter, or the key can be programmed to require manager
control.
Note: When a function is located on a function look up menu key, you access the function
by pressing the appropriate function look up key, then pressing the numeric digit
corresponding to the function you wish to select. On the default keyboard, the CANCEL
function is function #1 on the function look up 1 menu, so to use the CANCEL function, you
would first press FUNCTION LOOK#1, then press the numeric 1 key.
1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. Press the CANCEL key (or access the
CANCEL function from the function
look up menu.)
CANCEL
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PLU1 T1
$2.29
PLU2
-0.50
CANCEL *************************
CLERK 1
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Void Position Operations
You can use the VOID control lock position to correct any complete transaction.
any transaction:
1. Turn the control lock to the VOID
position.
2. Enter the transaction you wish to correct
exactly as it was entered originally in the
REG control lock position. You can
enter discounts, voids, returns, tax
exemptions or any other function.
3. All totals and counters are corrected as if
the original transaction did not take
place.
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TIME 08:33
VOID MODE **********************
PLU1 T1
-2.29
PLU2
-1.00
TAX1 AMT
-0.14
TOTAL
-3.43
CASH
-3.43
CLERK 1
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No Sale Operations
Open Drawer
The #/NO SALE key will open the cash drawer when you have not already started a
transaction. The no sale function can be disabled or placed under manager control through
programming, see "Function Key Programming" in the "Program Mode Programming"
chapter.
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1. Press #/NS:
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
#/NS
2. The drawer will open and the receipt will
print as in the example on the right.
TIME 08:33
NO SALE -----------------------CLERK 1
No.000011
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Non Add Number
You can also use the #/NO SALE key to print any number (up to 9 digits) on the printer
paper. You can enter the number any time during a transaction. For example, if you wish
to record a checking account number, enter the number and press the #/NO SALE key before
totaling the sale with the CHECK key.
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1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. Enter the number you wish to record, for
example enter:
1
2
3
3. Press #/NS:
4
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
PLU1 T1
NON-ADD#
TAX1 AMT
TOTAL
CHECK
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$2.99
1234
$0.18
$3.17
$3.17
No.000011
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#/NS
4. Press CHECK:
CHECK
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Received On Account Operations
You can use one of the received on account functions (RA1-RA3) to accept cash or checks
into the cash drawer when you are not actually selling merchandise. For example, use
received on account to accept payments for previously sold merchandise, or record loans to
the cash drawer.
Note: When a function is located on a function look up menu key, you access the function
by pressing the appropriate function look up key, then pressing the numeric digit
corresponding to the function you wish to select. On the default keyboard, the RA1
function is function #3 on the function look up 1 menu, so to use the RA1 function, you
would first press FUNCTION LOOK#1, then press the numeric 3 key.
1. Press one of the received on account
keys (RA1-RA3) or select one of the
received on account functions from a
function look up menu:
RA1
2. Enter the amount of cash received, press
CASH.
1
0
0
0
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RA1
CASH
CHECK
CHARGE1
RA1
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$10.00
$10.00
$10.00
$30.00
No.000011
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CASH
3. Enter the check amount received, press
CHECK.
1
0
0
0
CHECK
4. Enter the charge amount received, press
CHARGE1, (or press the FUNCTION
LOOKUP key and press the numeric
key representing the appropriate charge
function.)
1
0
0
0
CHARGE
1
5. You can continue to itemize receipts, or
you can finalize by pressing or selecting
the same received on account key.
RA1
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Paid Out Operations
You can use the PAID OUT function to track cash or checks paid out or to record loans from
the cash drawer.
Note: When a function is located on a function look up menu key, you access the function
by pressing the appropriate function look up key, then pressing the numeric digit
corresponding to the function you wish to select. On the default keyboard, the PO1 function
is function #4 on the function look up 1 menu, so to use the PO1 function, you would first
press FUNCTION LOOK#1, then press the numeric 4 key.
1. Press one of the paid out keys (PO1PO3) or select one of the paid out
functions from a function look up menu:
PO1
2. Enter the amount of cash paid out, press
CASH.
1
0
0
0
CASH
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PO1
CASH
CHECK
CHARGE1
PO1
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
-10.00
-10.00
-10.00
-30.00
No.000011
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3. Enter the check amount paid out, press
CHECK.
1
0
0
0
CHECK
4. Enter the charge amount received, press
CHARGE1, (or press the FUNCTION
LOOKUP key and press the numeric
key representing the appropriate charge
function.)
1
0
0
0
CHARGE
1
5. You can continue to itemize paid outs, or
you can finalize by pressing or selecting
the same paid out key.
PO1
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Subtotaling a Sale
1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. Press SBTL. The subtotal will display
with the message "Sub" indicated on the
rear display.
SBTL
The subtotal can be printed if the system
option is set. See "Print Option
Programming" in the "Program Mode
Programming" chapter.
Eat In/Take Out/Drive Thru Sales
Different types of sales, such as "Eat In", "Take Out" and "Drive Thru" can be categorized by
placing separate keys on the keyboard. EAT IN, TAKE OUT, and DRIVE THRU keys
function as subtotal keys. You can force the operator to press one of the keys before
tendering. See "System Option Programming" in the "Program Mode Programming"
chapter. Separate totals will be maintained on the financial report to detail sales counts and
amounts for each key.
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Totaling and Tendering
There are ten tender functions available to categorize sales. CASH and CHECK are
individual keys on the keyboard. The eight charge functions CHARGE 1 - CHARGE 8 are
available on the FUNCTION LOOK#2 key on the default keyboard.
Depending upon how your register is programmed you might find charge keys as individual
function keys on the keyboard, or listed on one of the function look up keys.
Totaling a Cash Sale
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1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. To total a cash sale, press CASH:
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
CASH
ENTER
3. The display will indicate the total amount
of the cash sale.
PLU2
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$7.96
$7.96
$7.96
No.000011
00001
Totaling a Check Sale
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1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. To total a cash sale, press CHECK:
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
CHECK
3. The display will indicate the total amount
of the cash sale.
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PLU2
TOTAL
CHECK
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$7.96
$7.96
$7.96
No.000011
00001
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Tendering a Cash Sale
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1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. Enter the amount tendered by the
customer. For example, for $20.00
enter:
2
0
0
0
3. Press CASH:
CASH
ENTER
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
PLU1 T1
PLU1 T1
4X
PLU2
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CHANGE
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$2.99
$2.99
$1.99
$7.96
$0.36
$14.30
$20.00
$5.70
No.000011
00001
4. The display will indicate the total amount
of the cash tendered and the change due,
if any.
Tendering a Check Sale
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1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. Enter the amount tendered by the
customer. For example, for $20.00
enter:
2
0
0
0
3. Press CHECK:
CHECK
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
PLU1 T1
PLU1 T1
4X
PLU2
TAX1
TOTAL
CHECK
CHANGE
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$2.99
$2.99
$1.99
$7.96
$0.36
$14.30
$20.00
$5.70
No.000011
00001
4. The display will indicate the total amount
of the check tendered and the change
due, if any.
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Totaling a Charge Sale
Use the charge keys to track charge or credit card sales. See "Function Key Programming"
in the "Program Mode Programming" chapter to change the descriptors for the charge tender
functions. For example, you can use CHARGE 1 to track Visa card sales. The descriptor
"VISA" will display on the function look up menu and print on the printer. You can also set
tendering options for the charge keys, i.e. whether to allow over tendering or to enforce
tendering.
Note: When a function is located on a function look up menu key, you access the function
by pressing the appropriate function look up key, then pressing the numeric digit
corresponding to the function you wish to select. On the default keyboard, the CHARGE 1
function is function #1 on the function look up 2 menu, so to use the CHARGE 1 function,
you would first press FUNCTION LOOK#2, then press the numeric 1 key.
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1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. Press one of the charge key if it is
located on the keyboard:
CHARGE
1
or, if the charge function is located on a
function look up key press
FUNCTION LOOK2, then press the
digit representing the charge function
you are using:
FUNCTION
LOOK#2
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DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
PLU1 T1
PLU1 T1
4X
PLU2
TAX1
TOTAL
CHARGE1
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$2.99
$2.99
$1.99
$7.96
$0.36
$14.30
$14.30
No.000011
00001
1
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Tendering a Charge Sale
Tendering a charge sale may or may not be allowed. See "Function Key Programming" in
the "Program Mode Programming" chapter to set tendering options for the charge keys, i.e.
whether to allow over tendering or to enforce tendering.
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1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. Enter the amount of the charge and press
one of the charge keys if it is located on
the keyboard:
2
0
0
0
CHARGE
1
or, if the charge function is located on a
function look up key, enter the amount of
the charge:
2
0
0
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
PLU1 T1
PLU1 T1
4X
PLU2
TAX1
TOTAL
CHARGE1
CHANGE
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$2.99
$2.99
$1.99
$7.96
$0.36
$14.30
$20.00
$5.70
No.000011
00001
0
Press FUNCTION LOOK2, then press
the digit representing the charge function
you are using:
FUNCTION
LOOK#2
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Check Cashing
Check cashing means exchanging cash for a check. If you wish to cash checks, you must
place a CHKCASH key on the keyboard. See "Function Key Assignment" in the "Program
Mode Programming" chapter.
1. Enter the amount of the check tendered
by the customer. For example, for
$20.00 enter:
2
0
0
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0
2. Press CHKCASH:
CHECK
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
***CHKCASH***
$20.00
-20.00
No.000011
00001
CHK
CASH
3. The display will indicate the amount of
the check and the cash change.
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Split Tender
Split tendering is paying for one transaction by more than one payment method. For
example, a $20.00 sale could be split so $10.00 is paid in cash, and the remaining $10.00 is
paid by a check. If necessary, you can make several different payments.
Note: The CASH and/or CHECK keys must be programmed to accept under tenders to use
this feature.
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1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. Enter the amount of cash tendered by the
customer. For example, enter $10.00
and press CASH:
1
0
0
0
CASH
ENTER
3. The display will indicate the $10.00 cash
tender and the $10.00 total still due.
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
PLU2
TOTAL
CASH
TOTAL
CHECK
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$20 00
$20.00
$10.00
$10.00
$10.00
No.000011
00001
4. Enter the amount of check tendered by
the customer. For example, enter
$10.00 and press CHECK:
1
0
0
0
CHECK
5. When the total tendered equals or
exceeds the total due, the receipt will
print and the transaction is complete.
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Post Tender
Post tendering means computing change after the sale has been totaled and the drawer is
open. This feature is useful when a customer changes the amount of the tender or when a
"quick change artist" confuses a clerk. Normally, this function is not allowed. If you wish
to allow post tendering, you must set the appropriate system option. See "System Option
Programming" in the "Program Mode Programming" chapter. (A separate system option
determines whether the drawer opens on the post tender.)
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1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. Press CASH:
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
CASH
ENTER
3. The display will indicate the total of the
cash sale.
PLU1 T1
TAX1
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$2.00
$0.12
$2.12
No.000011
00001
4. Enter the amount of the new tender,
Press CASH:
2
0
0
0
CASH
ENTER
5. The display will indicate the change due.
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Food Stamp Sales
The ER-650/650R is capable of sorting food stamp and non-food stamp eligible items. Then
if a customer chooses to pay by food stamps, the eligible total can be recalled and food stamp
payments accepted.
If you choose to use this feature, you must:
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Locate the appropriate function keys on the keyboard, F/S SHIFT, F/S SUB,
and F/S TEND, and then set the appropriate options for the F/S TEND key.
•
Determine and set the food stamp status for each PLU item or category.
Refer to the "Service Mode Programming" and the "Program Mode Programming" chapters
to make the appropriate settings.
1. Register the items you wish to sell.
You do not need to sort food stamp
eligible or non-eligible items. The ER650/650R will maintain a subtotal of
eligible items based upon the preprogrammed status for each PLU.
If you wish to register a normally food
stamp eligible item into a PLU
programmed as non-food stamp eligible,
press the F/S SHIFT key before
registering the item. In the same
manner, you can register non-food stamp
items into food stamp eligible PLUs.
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PLU1 F
PLU2
TOTAL
F/S TOTAL
F/S TEND
F/S CRT AMT
TOTAL
CASH
CHANGE
F/S/ CHANGE
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$1.29
$4.29
$5.58
$1.29
$20.00
$0.71
$3.58
$5.00
$1.42
$18.00
No.000011
00001
2. If a customer wishes to pay with food
stamps, press the F/S SUB key to display
the food stamp eligible total:
F/S SUB
3. Enter the amount of food stamps
tendered by the customer. For example,
for $20.00 enter:
2
0
0
0
F/S
TEND
4. The remaining amount due displays.
(Note, depending upon programming,
change less than $1 can be applied to the
balance.)
5. Total or tender the remaining balance.
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Currency Conversion
If you normally accept currency from neighboring nations, you can program the ER650/650R to convert the subtotal of a sale to the equivalent cost in the foreign currency.
You can set up four separate conversion functions for different foreign currencies. To do
this, you need to program the conversion factor. For example, if the US dollar (home
currency) is worth 1.3720 Canadian dollars (foreign currency), the conversion factor is
1.3720. See "Function Key Programming" in the "Program Mode Programming" chapter to
set a conversion factor.
Note: When a function is located on a function look up menu key, you access the function
by pressing the appropriate function look up key, then pressing the numeric digit
corresponding to the function you wish to select. On the default keyboard, the CONV1
function is function #7 on the function look up 1 menu, so to use the CONV1 function, you
would first press FUNCTION LOOK#1, then press the numeric 7 key.
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1. Register the items you wish to sell.
2. Press the CONV1 key if it is located on
the keyboard:
CONV1
or, if the conversion is located on a
function look up key press FUNCTION
LOOK2, then press the digit
representing the CONV1 function:
FUNCTION
LOOK#2
7
3. The amount due in foreign currency is
displayed.
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
PLU1 T1
TAX1
TOTAL
CONV 1
CHANGE RATE
HOME AMT.
CHANGE
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$2.00
$0.12
$2.12
¥2.90
@1.3720
$10.00
$5.17
No.000011
00001
The currency symbol you
program will display here. See
"Print Option Programming" in
the "Program Mode
Programming" chapter.
4. Enter the amount of the foreign currency
tender, Press CASH:
1
0
0
0
CASH
ENTER
5. The display will indicate the amount of
foreign currency tendered and display
$5.17 change due. The change due is
computed in home currency!
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Receipt On/Off and Receipt on Request
When a receipt is not normally issued, you can turn the receipt function off.
Register Printing" in the "X-Mode" chapter.
See "Stop
If the receipt is off, you can still issue a receipt after the sale has been completed.
Printing a Receipt after the Sale
♦ After the sale has been totaled, but before the next transaction is started, press
CASH:
CASH
ENTER
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Check Tracking Operations
Important Note: Check tracking operations must take place on the same register. If an
IRC register system is implemented, you cannot access the same checks from any register
within the system. You must open, add to, and/or pay the check at the same register.
Overview
The ER-650/650R can employ a manual previous balance, hard check, or soft check system.
(You must select hard or soft check posting in memory allocation programming - the default
selection is soft.)
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If manual previous balance is selected, the check balance is not saved in memory
and is input manually by the operator (use the PBAL key).
•
If a hard check system is selected, only the previous balance is maintained in
memory.
•
If a soft check system is selected, the check detail is kept in memory until the
check is paid. (The maximum size of the soft check is set in memory allocation
programming.)
Options
For hard or soft check operations, the following tracking options are available:
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Tracking by manually entering the check number. (The number of digits in the
check number may be set from 0-9, with zero meaning no fixed length.)
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Tracking by automatically assigning a check number.
always #1.
•
Enforcing entry of a table number, where a check number is also assigned, allows
the check balance to be recalled by either the check or table number. Multiple
checks may be assigned at the same table. (If there are multiple checks assigned
to the same table, an attempt to recall by table number will recall the check with
the lowest number.)
•
The check number can be scanned from a printed bar code.
code can be printed on a customer identification badge.
The starting check is
For example, a bar
For soft check operations, the following option is available:
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Consolidation of like items can be selected for guest check printing. For
example, if three rounds of drinks are served, the check will print "3 TAP
BEER" rather than "1 TAP BEER" three times.
Operating Instructions
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Function Keys
Although none of the functions necessary for check tracking operations appear on the default
keyboard, any or all of the following functions can be located on the keyboard:
CHECK #
The CHECK # key is used to begin a new, or access an existing balance
(hard check) or itemized bill (soft check.)
Check track numbers that are entered manually may be set at a fixed length
of one to nine digits. Check track numbers assigned automatically will
begin with #1.
Existing checks are accessed by entering the check track number and
pressing the CHECK# key. In a drive thru system, simply pressing the
PBAL key will recall the oldest open balance (lowest check track #).
GUEST
Use to enter the count of guests served as part of a guest check. The entry of
a guest count can be enforced when opening a guest check, or for all
transactions.
P/BAL
Use to enter the amount of an outstanding balance. The P/BAL key will take
the recall function if the drive thru feature is enabled in CHECK # key
programming.
SERVICE
Use to temporarily finalize Previous Balance or check tracking transactions. (If
you are using a hard check system, you must program the SERVICE key for
the port where the slip printer is connected.)
TABLE
You can enforce the entry of a table number for guest check transactions, or for
all transactions. If you are tracking guest check balances, the balance can be
recalled either by entering the check number or the table number.
PRINT CHECK
Use to print a guest check. The check can be printed on an optional (RS232C) printer, or can be printed on the receipt printer. The PRINT CHECK
key can be set to automatically service the check.
TIP
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.
See "Function Key Assignment" in the "Service Mode Programming" chapter to place the
functions necessary for your application. See "Function Key Programming" in the
"Program Mode Programming" chapter to set the options for each function.
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Posting Balances Manually
Opening a Check
1. Enter the previous balance (if this is the
first posting, enter 0) press the PBAL
key:
0
PBAL
2. Register the items you wish to sell.
3. To total the posting, press SERVICE:
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PBAL
PLU2
SERVICE
BFWD
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
$0.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
No.000011
00001
SERVICE
4. Place a slip in an optional slip printer,
press the PRINT CHECK key.
Adding to a Check
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1. Enter the previous balance, press the
PBAL key:
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
1
0
0
TIME 08:33
PBAL
2. Register the next items you wish to sell.
3. To total the posting, press SERVICE:
PBAL
PLU3
SERVICE
BFWD
CLERK 1
$1.00
$2.00
$2.00
$3.00
No.000012
00001
SERVICE
4. Place a slip in an optional slip printer,
press the PRINT CHECK key.
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Paying a Manual Balance
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1. Enter the previous balance, press the
PBAL key:
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
3
0
0
TIME 08:33
PBAL
2. If necessary, add additional items. If
you wish to add a tip, press SBTL, then
enter the tip amount and press the TIP
key:
PBAL
TIP
CHECKS PAID
CASH
CHANGE
CLERK 1
$3.00
$0.50
$3.50
$10.00
$6.50
No.000013
00001
SBTL
5
0
TIP
3. Pay the balance as you would normally
tender a transaction, with CASH,
CHECK, or one of the CHARGE
functions. If the tender is greater than
the balance due, change is displayed:
1
0
0
0
CASH
ENTER
4. Place a slip in an optional slip printer,
press the PRINT CHECK key.
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Soft Check
Opening a Soft Check
1. Enter the number of the guest check,
press the CHECK # key:
1
2
3
CHECK#
or, press the CHECK # key to
automatically assign a check:
CHECK#
2. If required, enter the table number and
press the TABLE key:
3
Receipt Example:
THANK-YOU
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DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
CHECK #
PBAL
TABLE
GUEST
CHICKEN
STEAK
SERVICE
BFWD
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
#12 3
$0.00
#3
#2
$7.00
$10.00
$17.00
$17.00
No.000011
00001
TABLE
3. If required, enter the number of guests
and press the GUEST key:
2
GUEST
4. Register the items you wish to sell.
5. To total the posting, press SERVICE:
SERVICE
Note: If a table number entry is required for all guest checks, and checks are assigned by
register, the check will be assigned by the register when the table # is entered.
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Adding to a Soft Check
Receipt Example:
1. Enter the number of the guest check,
press the CHECK # key:
1
2
3
THANK-YOU
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DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
CHECK#
or, if you entered a table number, enter
the table number and press the TABLE
key:
3
#123
CHECK #
PBAL
TABLE
GARLIC BREAD
SERVICE
$17.00
#3
$2.00
$2.00
$19.00
BFWD
CLERK 1
TABLE
TIME 08:33
No.000012
00001
2. Register the next items you wish to sell.
3. To total the posting, press SERVICE:
SERVICE
Printing a Soft Check
Sample of soft check printed on the
receipt:
1. Enter the number of the guest check,
press the CHECK # key:
1
2
3
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CHECK#
or, if you entered a table number, enter
the table number and press the TABLE
key:
3
TABLE
2. Press PRINT CHECK to print the
complete check. If programmed to do
so, the PRINT CHECK key will
automatically service the check:
PRINT
CHECK
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DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
CHECK #
PBAL
TABLE
CHICKEN
STEAK
GARLIC BREAD
SERVICE
BFWD
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
#123
$19.00
#3
$7.00
$10.00
$2.00
$0.00
$19.00
CHK # : 1
No.000012
00001
The number of
times each check
has been printed
is counted and
printed on the
check
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Paying a Soft Check
1. Enter the number of the guest check,
press the CHECK # key:
1
2
3
Sample of soft check printed on the
receipt:
THANK-YOU
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CHECK#
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
or, if you entered a table number, enter
the table number and press the TABLE
key:
3
TABLE
2. If necessary, add additional items. If
you wish to add a tip, press SBTL, then
enter the tip amount and press the TIP
key:
CHECK #
PBAL
TABLE
TIP
CHECKS PAID
CASH
CHANGE
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
#12 3
$19.00
#3
$3.00
$22.00
$25.00
$3.00
CHK # : 2
No.000013
00001
SBTL
3
0
0
TIP
3. Pay the balance as you would normally
tender a transaction, with CASH,
CHECK, or one of the CHARGE
functions. If the tender is greater than
the balance due, change is displayed.
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0
0
CASH
ENTER
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Hard Check
Opening a Hard Check
1. Enter the number of the guest check,
press the CHECK # key:
1
2
3
CHECK#
or, press the CHECK # key to
automatically assign a check:
CHECK#
2. If required, enter the table number and
press the TABLE key:
3
Receipt Example:
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
CHECK #
PBAL
TABLE
GUEST
CHICKEN
STEAK
SERVICE
BFWD
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
#123
$0.00
#3
#2
$7.00
$10.00
$17.00
$17.00
No.000011
00001
TABLE
3. If required, enter the number of guests
and press the GUEST key:
2
GUEST
4. Register the items you wish to sell.
5. Place a slip in an optional slip printer, the
check will print automatically when you
press SERVICE:
SERVICE
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Adding to a Hard Check
1. Enter the number of the guest check,
press the CHECK # key:
1
2
3
CHECK#
or, if you entered a table number, enter
the table number and press the TABLE
key:
3
TABLE
Receipt Example:
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
CHECK #
PBAL
TABLE
GARLIC BREAD
SERVICE
BFWD
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
#12 3
$17.00
#3
$2.00
$2.00
$19.00
No.000012
00001
2. Register the next items you wish to sell.
3. To total the posting, press SERVICE:
SERVICE
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Paying a Hard Check
1. Enter the number of the guest check,
press the CHECK # key:
1
2
3
CHECK#
or, if you entered a table number, enter
the table number and press the TABLE
key:
3
TABLE
2. If necessary, add additional items. If
you wish to add a tip, press SBTL, then
enter the tip amount and press the TIP
key:
SBTL
3
0
0
TIP
3. Pay the balance as you would normally
tender a transaction, with CASH,
CHECK, or one of the CHARGE
functions. If the tender is greater than
the balance due, change is displayed.
2
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5
0
0
Sample of Hard Check postings printed on an
optional printer:
DATE
12/01/1999
CHECK #
PBAL
STEAK T1
LOBSTER T1
WINE T1
WINE T1
TAX1
SERVICE
WED
#4
$0.00
$15.50
$19.50
$2.50
$2.50
$3.60
$43.60
BFWD
No.000017 REG 01 ETHAN
PBAL
2X
@2.50
WINE T1
TAX1
SERVICE
43.60
BFWD
No.000019 REG 01 ETHAN
PBAL
2X
@2.50
WINE T1
TAX1
CHECKS PAID
TOTAL
CASH
49.05
No.000021 REG 01 ETHAN
TIME 09:15
$43.60
$5.00
$4.05
$5.45
TIME 09:47
$49.05
$5.00
$4.50
$54.50
$54.50
$54.50
TIME 10:16
CASH
ENTER
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Fast Food Drive Thru
For fast food drive thru windows, the ER-650/650R has the capability of storing orders when
they are taken, and then recalling the next order automatically at the payment window.
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The PBAL function becomes a recall function when the drive thru feature is
enabled in the CHECK # function key program. Press the PBAL key to recall
the lowest tracking number balance.
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Orders are stored by first pressing the CHECK # key to automatically assign the
next tracking number, then pressing SERVICE. (A macro sequence key could
be created to execute both functions sequentially by pressing the MACRO key.)
See "Function Key Programming" in the "Program Mode Programming" chapter.
Taking a Drive Thru Order
1. Register the items you wish to sell.
Receipt Example:
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
2. Press the CHECK # key to begin an
automatically assigned check:
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
CHECK#
3. To store the posting, press SERVICE:
SERVICE
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Operating Instructions
TIME 08:33
HAMBURGER
FRIES
$2.00
$1.00
CHECK #
PBAL
SERVICE
$0.00
$3.00
BFWD
CLERK 1
#3
$3.00
No.000011
00001
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Paying a Drive Thru Order
1. Press the PBAL key:
Receipt Example:
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
PBAL
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
2. If necessary, add additional items,
register discounts or coupons.
3. Pay the balance as you would normally
tender a transaction, with CASH,
CHECK, or one of the CHARGE
functions. If the tender is greater than
the balance due, change is displayed.
5
ER-650/650R
0
0
CHECK #
PBAL
CHECKS PAID
TOTAL
CASH
CHANGE
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
#3
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$5.00
$2.00
No.000012
00001
CASH
ENTER
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Scale Operations
The ER-650/650R can be interfaced to an optional load-cell scale. The scale interface
allows direct entry of an item's weight using the SCALE function. You can also choose
"manual entry" scale operation if you are working with a standalone scale that is not
interfaced to the cash register.
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PLUs must be set to "scaleable" status to allow scale multiplication. If you
attempt an entry into a PLU that has been programmed "scaleable", an error tone
will sound and the operator will be prompted to make a scale entry.
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PLUs can be set to "auto scale" status to speed up scale entries by automatically
retrieving the weight on the scale and multiplying it times the amount entered.
A tare is the amount of weight accounted for by the container or packaging. By entering a
tare weight (as required by law in some areas) the weight of the container is subtracted and
only the true weight of the product is measured on the scale. By entering the tare number
(1-5) the operator can automatically subtract the predetermined container weight when a
product is on the scale.
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PLUs can be set to "auto tare" status to automatically subtract one of the
preprogrammed tare weights when the PLU is registered.
Refer to the "Service Mode Programming" and "Program Mode Programming" chapters to set
your scale options. See:
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"Function Key Assignment" to place SCALE and TARE keys on the keyboard.
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"RS232C Port 1/RS232C Port 2 Options" to attach a scale to one of the ports.
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"Function Key Programming" to set options for the SCALE and TARE keys.
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"PLU Programming" to set scaleable, auto scale, or auto tare status.
Operating Instructions
ER-650/650R
Direct Scale Entry
Place a product on the scale and access the SCALE function to display the weight on the cash
register. Then make the appropriate entry; the PLU must have "scaleable" status.
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
1. Place an item on the scale.
2. Press the SCALE key.
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
SCALE
3. Note that the weight is displayed on the
screen. Enter the price per pound on
the ten key pad. Do not use the decimal
key. For example, for $3.00, enter:
3
0
1.50 lb
PLU1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
@3.00/lb
$4.50
$0.27
$4.77
$4.77
No.000011
00001
0
4. Press a PLU key.
PLU 1:
For example, press
1
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Automatic Scale Entry
Place a product on the scale and make the appropriate PLU entry.
with "auto scale status".
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
1. Place an item on the scale.
2. Press a PLU key, if the item is a preset
item, or enter the price per pound on the
ten key pad. Do not use the decimal
key. For example, for $3.00, enter:
3
0
0
3. Press a PLU key.
PLU 1:
For example, press
The PLU must be set
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
1.50 lb
PLU1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
@3.00/lb
$4.50
$0.27
$4.77
$4.77
No.000011
00001
1
Tare Weight Entry
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
1. Place an item on the scale.
2. Enter the preprogrammed tare number.
Press the TARE key.
1
TARE
3. Press the SCALE key.
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
1.50 lb
PLU1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
@3.00/lb
$4.50
$0.27
$4.77
$4.77
No.000011
00001
SCALE
4. Note that the weight, less the tare weight,
is displayed on the screen. Enter the
price per pound on the ten key pad. Do
not use the decimal key. For example,
for $3.00, enter:
3
0
0
5. Press a PLU key.
PLU 1:
For example, press
1
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Manual Tare Weight Entry
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
1. Place an item on the scale.
2. Enter the manual tare number, 5.
the TARE key:
5
Press
TARE
3. Enter the weight of the tare, for example,
enter .01, press the tare key:
.
0
1
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
1.50 lb
PLU1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
@3.00/lb
$4.50
$0.27
$4.77
$4.77
No.000011
00001
TARE
4. Press the SCALE key.
SCALE
5. Note that the weight, less the tare weight,
is displayed on the screen. Enter the
price per pound on the ten key pad. Do
not use the decimal key. For example,
for $3.00, enter:
3
0
0
6. Press a PLU key.
PLU 1:
For example, press
1
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Manual Weight Entry
Operators can make manual weight entries if the item has been programmed to accept them.
You must use the decimal key to enter fractional manual weights.
THANK-YOU
CALL AGAIN
1. Place an item on the scale.
2. Enter the weight using the decimal key
for fractional weights. Press the
SCALE key:
1
.
5
SCALE
3. Enter the price per pound on the ten key
pad. Do not use the decimal key. For
example, for $3.00, enter:
3
0
DATE 08/15/1999 SUN
1.50 lb
PLU1
TAX1
TOTAL
CASH
CLERK 1
TIME 08:33
MANUAL WT. @ @3.00
$4.50
$0.27
$4.77
$4.77
No.000011
00001
0
4. Press a PLU key.
PLU 1:
For example, press
1
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Operating Instructions
ER-650/650R
X Mode
Manager Mode
♦ Turn the control lock to the X position to display the MANAGER MODE menu:
MANAGER MODE
0.MANAGER OPERATION
1.X REPORTS
2.DECLARATION
3.REG. PRINT FORMAT
4.STOP REG PRINTING
5.TRAINING MODE
6.E.J. OPERATION
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Manager Operation
Choose Manager Operation to access the Manager Mode screen, where operations allowed
only with manager control can be performed.
1. From the MANAGER MODE menu press 0 to enter manager mode:
MANAGER MODE
2. The MANAGER MODE screen displays.
3. Complete the operation requiring manager control.
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ER-650/650R
X Reports
X reports read, but do not reset, totals and counters within a report.
1. From the MANAGER MODE menu press 1 to select X Reports:
MANAGER MODE
• ENTER REPORT# TO
ISSUE X REPORT
• PRESS ENTER TO
VIEW REPORT LIST
• PRESS ESC TO
RETURN TO MANAGER
MODE MENU
2. If you know the number of the report you wish to generate, enter the number and
press ENTER. If you wish to look up the report number, press ENTER to
view the X Report List, then press the number of the report you wish to generate.
X REPORT LIST PG 1 È
0.FINANCIAL
1.TIME
2.PLU
3.CLERK
4.GROUPS
5.DAY
6.STOCK
Press PAGE DOWN to view the second page of reports:
X REPORT LIST PG 2 Ç
7.CLERK TIME
8.OPEN CHECK
9.DRAWER TOTALS
00.PLU ZERO SALE
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3. When a report is selected, the X REPORT OPTIONS screen displays:
X REPORT OPTIONS
RPT#: 1 FINANCIAL
1. TYPE
0Å
0:DAILY 1:PERIOD
2. 0:PRINT 1:DISP 0
3. IRC
0
0:STANDALONE
1:ALL 2:SELECT
4. Select the TYPE (DAILY or PERIOD), PRINT or DISPLAY, and the IRC
configuration. Refer to the explanations in the table below. Press ENTER
after each selection. After the last selection, the report will start.
5. If IRC is SELECT, then the register selection displays:
X REPORT OPTIONS
RPT#: 1 FINANCIAL
1. TYPE
0
0:DAILY 1:PERIOD
2. 0:PRINT 1:DISP 0
3. IRC
2
# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
YÅY N N N N N N
6. Press the YES/NO key at each register # to select whether you wish to include
each register in the consolidated report. Press ENTER after each selection.
After the last selection, the report will start.
Field
Description
TYPE
Select X1 or X2 if available for the selected report.
IRC
Select STANDALONE, ALL, or SELECT if available for
the selected report. If SELECT, the screen will prompt for
selection of registers - the screen will initially show the
registers available from the from/to IRC register
programming, for example if the IRC range is from 1 to 3,
then the selection will default to:
1
Y
OUTPUT
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2
Y
3
Y
4
N
5
N
6
N
7 8
N N
Select PRINT or DISPLAY output.
ER-650/650R
Declaration
Cash declaration is the process of counting and reporting media in drawer before a report is
taken. "Enforce cash declaration" is an option that requires to the operator to declare
amounts of media in the drawer before a financial, clerk, or cash in drawer report can be
generated. The purpose of this feature is to insure accurate reporting, even in case of an
overage. You can enforce declaration by setting the appropriate system option. See
"System Option Programming" in the "Program Mode Programming" chapter.
1. From the MANAGER MODE menu press 2 to display the DELCARATION
SCREEN:
DELCARATION SCREEN
CASH
CHECK
F/S TEND
0.00
0.00
0.00
TOTAL
0.00
2. At the DECLARATION SCREEN, enter cash amounts, press the CASH key.
Enter checks individually, or enter a check total, press the CHECK key. Enter
Food Stamps, press the F/S TEND key. You can make as many entries as you
wish, the screen will keep running totals. You may wish to use the @/FOR key
to multiply. For example if you are declaring 37 quarters, you can enter 37,
press @/FOR, enter 25, then press CASH. The result is added to the cash
declared running total on the screen.
3. When you have completed declaration entries, press the CASH key again to
finalize and total your declaration. The screen will display the total declared
input, the drawer total and the difference (over/short).
DELCARATION SCREEN
INPUT AMT
DRAWER TOTAL
DIFFERENCE
ER-650/650R
31.00
17.00
-14.00
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Register Print Format
You can designate the ER-650/650R printer to print either a receipt, or a sales journal. If
you select journal format, the preamble/postamble will not print. If you select receipt
format, the preamble/postamble will print and the receipt will feed sufficiently for paper tearoff.
1. From the MANAGER MODE menu press 3 to set the receipt format:
REG. PRINTING FORMAT
REGISTER PRINTING IS
CURRENTLY RECEIPT
TO SET TO JOURNAL
PRESS YES AND ENTER
2. The REG. PRINTING FORMAT screen displays. Press the YES/NO key to
toggle from receipt to journal format. The screen will display the current status.
Press ENTER to set the new format.
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ER-650/650R
Stop Register Printing
You can turn the register printer to an on or off condition. In the off condition transactions
will not be printed, but reports will continue to print, if requested.
1. From the MANAGER MODE menu press 4 to set printing on or off:
REG. PRINTING ON/OFF
REGISTER PRINTING
IS CURRENTLY ON
TO TURN OFF
PRESS YES AND ENTER
2. The REG. PRINTING ON/OFF screen displays. Press the YES/NO key to
toggle from receipt on to receipt off. The screen will display the current status.
Press ENTER to set the new format.
Note: When the receipt is off, a receipt may be printed after the sale by pressing ENTER
after the transaction is complete.
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Training Mode
A training mode is available so that the register can be operated, to practice registrations,
without updating totals and counters. If you choose to use training mode, you must set a
training mode password (see "Training Mode Password" in the "Program Mode
Programming" chapter.)
Note: If you make registrations to check tracking numbers in training mode, remember that
the check tracking total will be updated. Remember to pay, or clear any check tracking
registrations before resuming normal operations. You must close all open checks prior to
entering training mode.
1. From the MANAGER MODE menu press 5 to enter or exit training mode:
ENTER/EXIT TRAINING
REGIST. IS CURRENTLY
NOT IN TRAINING
TO ENTER TRAINING
ENTER 4 DIGIT PASSWD
AND PRESS ENTER
2. The ENTER/EXIT TRAINING screen displays. The screen will display the
current status. To enter training mode, type your four digit password (you must
enter preceding zeros) and press ENTER. To exit training mode, type 0000 and
press ENTER.
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X Mode
ER-650/650R
E.J. 0peration
An electronic journal feature is available on the ER-650/650R. The electronic journal
captures the sales journal in the register memory. If you intend to use the electronic journal,
you must allocate sufficient memory (see "Memory Allocation " in the "Service Mode
Programming" chapter) and activate the journal and set related journal capture options (see
"System Option Programming" in the "Program Mode Programming" chapter.)
Use this program to print all or selected parts of the journal memory. Note, this program
will not clear the electronic journal. See "Reset Electronic Journal" in the "Z-Mode" chapter
to clear the E.J.
1. From the MANAGER MODE menu press 6 to display the electronic journal
menu:
ELECTRONIC JOURNAL È
0.PRT ALL EJ
1.PRT ONLY CASH
2.PRT ONLY CHECK
3.PRT ONLY MISC/T
4.PRT ONLY %
5.PRT ONLY RA/PO
6.PRT ONLY RETURN
2. Press PAGE DOWN to view the remaining electronic journal options:
ELECTRONIC JOURNAL Ç
7.PRT ONLY EC/VOID
8.PRT ONLY NOSALE
9.PRT ONLY CANCEL
00.PRT BY CLERK
3. Type the digit that represents the portion of the electronic journal you wish to
print. If you select 00 for print by clerk, you will be prompted to enter the
appropriate clerk number.
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ER-650/650R
Z Mode
Reset Report Mode
♦ Turn the control lock to the Clear Totals position to display the RESET
REPORT MODE menu:
RESET REPORT MODE
0.Z REPORTS
1.RESET E.J.
2.PC COMMUNICATION
3.PLU LOOKUP PGM
4.AGE VERIFICATION
5.KP STARTING NO.
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Z Reports
1. From the RESET REPORT MODE menu press 1 to select Z Reports:
RESET REPORT MODE
● ENTER REPORT# TO
ISSUE Z REPORT
● PRESS ENTER TO
VIEW REPORT LIST
● PRESS ESC TO
RETURN TO RESET
REPORT MODE MENU
2. If you know the number of the report you wish to generate, enter the number and
press ENTER. If you wish to look up the number, press ENTER to view the Z
Report List, then press the number of the report you wish to generate.
Z REPORT LIST PG 1 È
0.FINANCIAL
1.TIME
2.PLU
3.CLERK
4.GROUPS
5.DAY
6.STOCK
Press PAGE DOWN to view the second page of reports:
Z REPORT LIST PG 2 Ç
7.CLERK TIME
8.OPEN CHECK
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Z Mode
ER-650/650R
3. When a report is selected, the Z REPORT OPTIONS screen displays:
Z REPORT OPTIONS
RPT#: 1 FINANCIAL
1. TYPE
0Å
0:DAILY 1:PERIOD
2. 0:PRINT
0
3. IRC
0
0:STANDALONE
1:ALL 2:SELECT
4. Select the TYPE (DAILY or PERIOD and the IRC configuration. Refer to the
explanations in the table below. Press ENTER after each selection. After the
last selection, the report will start.
5. If IRC is SELECT, then the register selection displays:
Z REPORT OPTIONS
RPT#: 1 FINANCIAL
1. TYPE :
0
0:DAILY 1:PERIOD
2. 0:PRINT
0
3. IRC
2
# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
YÅY N N N N N N
6. Press the YES/NO key at each register # to select whether you wish to include
each register in the consolidated report. Press ENTER after each selection.
After the last selection, the report will start.
Field
Description
TYPE
Select Z1 or Z2 if available for the selected report.
IRC
Select STANDALONE, ALL, or SELECT if available for
the selected report. If SELECT, the screen prompts for
selection of registers - the screen will initially show the
registers available from the from/to IRC register
programming, for example if the IRC range is from 1 to 3,
then the selection will default to:
1
Y
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2
Y
3
Y
4
N
5
N
6
N
7 8
N N
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Reset Electronic Journal
An electronic journal feature is available on the ER-650/650R. The electronic journal
captures the sales journal in the register memory. If you intend to use the electronic journal,
you must allocate sufficient memory (see "Memory Allocation" in the "Service Mode
Programming" chapter) and activate the journal and set related journal capture options (see
"System Option Programming " in the "Program Mode Programming" chapter.)
Use this to clear the journal memory. The journal will not be printed. To read all or
selected parts of the E.J., see "E.J. 0peration" in the "X-Mode" chapter.
1. From the RESET REPORT MODE menu press 2 to clear the electronic journal:
RESET ELECT.JOURNAL
ARE YOU SURE ?
NO
2. The screen asks: ARE YOU SURE ? Press the YES/NO key to toggle to
yes, then press ENTER to clear the report.
PC Communication
To be polled by a PC, the register must be placed in the PC ONLINE MODE.
You can place the register in ONLINE MODE manually by selecting the PC
COMMUNCATION function from the RESET REPORT MODE menu. If you wish to
complete unattended polling, you can program the ER-650/650R to automatically enter the
PC ONLINE MODE at a scheduled time. See "PC Schedule Time" in the in the "Program
Mode Programming" chapter to set a polling time.
You must also configure one of the RS232C ports for PC communications.
Mode Programming" chapter.
Note: PC polling requires optional polling software.
information.
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See the "Service
Contact your authorized dealer for
ER-650/650R
PLU Lookup Program
You can assign up to five PLU LOOK UP keys on the keyboard. (See “Function Key
Assignment” in the “Service Mode Programming” chapter.) Each of the PLU LOOK UP
keys can be programmed here to list specific PLUs.
1. From the RESET REPORT MODE menu press 3 to select PLU LOOKUP
PGM. The PLU LOOKUP PGM screen displays:
PLU LOOKUP PGM
PUSH LOOKUP NUMBER
TO BE PROGRAMMED
AND PRESS ENTER
(1-8)
0Å
2. Enter the number of the PLU LOOKUP key you wish to program, press
ENTER.
1.
2.
3.
4.
6.
6.
7.
8.
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0Å
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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3. With the cursor pointed at the first position of the PLU LOOKUP screen, select
a PLU by typing the PLU number and pressing ENTER. The descriptor for the
PLU will display, and the cursor will advance to the next position.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
PLU123
0Å
0
0
0
0
0
0
4. Continue to select PLUs for the PLU LOOKUP key as necessary. If you are
editing an existing PLU LOOK UP key, press ENTER to advance the cursor
without changing the current line.
5. If you wish to remove an item from the PLU LOOKUP key, place the cursor on
the line to be removed, press the VOID key.
6. Press ESC to return to the RESET REPORT MODE menu and save changes.
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ER-650/650R
Age Verification
In most areas, the sale of tobacco and/or alcoholic beverages to minors is prohibited. The
ER-650/650R offers an age verification feature that helps control the sale of restricted items
by forcing the operator to enter a birth date before a controlled item can be registered. If the
date entered shows that the customer has not yet reached the appropriate age, the item cannot
be registered. This feature serves as a reminder to check the customer’s identification.
Because different categories of items might require different ages (for example, alcohol might
require age 21, while tobacco might require age 18) up to five different age categories can be
defined.
This program allows you to set the required age for each of the five available age categories.
See “Group Programming” in the “Program Mode Programming” chapter to link an age
category to groups of PLU items.
Note: When age verification is implemented, an age entry is required only for the first
controlled item from each age catergory.
1. From the RESET REPORT MODE menu press 4 to select AGE
VERIFICATION. The AGE VERIFICATION screen displays:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
AGE VERIFICATION
0Å
0
0
0
0
2. Enter the age required for the first group of age-restricted items, press ENTER.
(For example, enter 21 if the sale of liquor requires an age of 21. You must also
program the age verification category of “1” for all groups of liquor items.)
3. If other items are to be resticted by a different age, program additional age
verification groups as necessary.
4. Press ESC to return to the RESET REPORT MODE menu and save changes
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KP Starting No.
In many fast service installations multiple registers may print to the kitchen. This feature
allows the user to assign the KP starting order, allowing the staff to track the register that
each order originates from.
1. From the RESET REPORT MODE menu press 5 to select KP STARTING
ORDER No. The KP STARTING ORDER No. screen displays:
KP STARTING ORDER
NUMBER (0-9999)
0Å
2. Enter the order number that KP orders will start with and press ENTER.
3. Set this number at each register.
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Service Mode Programming
Overview
The following procedures are done from the Service Mode menu:
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Hardware Tests
•
Clear all totals
•
Clear grand total
•
Clear PLU file
•
EPROM Information
•
Memory Allocation
•
Assignment of functions to keyboard locations
•
IRC Options
•
RS232C Port 1 & 2 Options
Service Mode Programming • 101
♦ Turn the key to the SM position (one position clockwise from the PGM position)
to display the SERVICE MODE menu:
0.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
SERVICE MODE
È
HW TEST
CLEAR ALL TOTALS
CLEAR GRAND TOTAL
CLEAR PLU FILE
EPROM INFO.
MEMORY ALLOCATION
KEY ASSIGNMENT
♦ Press PAGE DOWN to view the remainder of the SERVICE MODE menu:
SERVICE MODE
7. IRC OPTIONS
8. RS232C PORT 1
9. RS232C PORT 2
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Ç
ER-650/650R
Clearing Memory
Before you use your ER-650/650R for the first time, you must perform a memory clear to
insure that all totals and counters are cleared and that the default program is installed.
CAUTION: The procedures described in this area are security sensitive. Clearing the ER650/650R memory after the register is put into service will erase all programming as well as
totals and counters. Do not share this information with unauthorized users and distribute the
special SERVICE-Mode key only to those you may want to perform these functions.
Memory All Clear
ER-650
1. Turn the power switch located on the right side of the register to the OFF
position.
2. Turn the control lock to the SM position.
3. Press and hold the key position where the CHECK key is located on the default
keyboard layout.
4. Continue to hold the CHECK key while turning the power switch to the ON
position. The message: "RAM ALL CLEAR SERV." displays on the screen.
5. Press the upper left key of the keyboard, then the lower left key, then the upper
right key, and finally press the lower right key.
1
3
2
4
6. The display will monitor the memory clear process, which takes about 1 minute.
When complete, the printer will print the message: "RAM ALL CLEAR OK !"
The SERVICE MODE menu will display.
ER-650/650R
4
5
6
CHECK
1
2
3
SBTL
0
00
.
CASH
TO MEMORY ALL CLEAR:
Press and hold the CHECK key
position during power-up in
SERVICE mode.
Service Mode Programming • 103
ER-650R
1. Turn the power switch located on the right side of the register to the OFF
position.
2. Turn the control lock to the SM position.
3. Press and hold the key position where the CHECK key is located on the default
keyboard layout.
4. Continue to hold the CHECK key while turning the power switch to the ON
position. The message: "RAM ALL CLEAR SERV." displays on the screen.
5. Press the upper left key of the keyboard, then the lower left key, then the upper
right key, and finally press the lower right key.
1
PAGE
UP
PAGE
DOWN
TAX 1
SHIFT
1
7
13
19
25
FUNCTION
LOOK-UP1
CLEAR
ESC
@/FOR
PRT SCR
PLU
#/NS
2
8
14
20
26
FUNCTION YES/NO
LOOK-UP2
7
8
9
VOID
ITEM
3
9
15
21
27
MACRO
1
MACRO
2
4
5
6
ERROR
CORR
4
10
16
22
28
ADD
CHECK
CHECK
1
2
3
%1
5
11
17
23
29
2
00
.
%2
6
12
18
24
30
3
SBTL
4
6. The display will monitor the memory clear process, which takes about 1 minute.
When complete, the printer will print the message: "RAM ALL CLEAR OK !"
The SERVICE MODE menu will display.
22
28
23
29
24
30
104 • Service Mode Programming
ADD
CHECK
TO MEMORY ALL CLEAR:
CHECK
SBTL
Press and hold the CHECK key
position during power-up in
SERVICE mode.
CASH/ENTER
ER-650/650R
Hardware Test
Various components of the ER-650/650R are tested by using this program.
1. From SERVICE MODE menu press 0 to display the H/W TEST menu:
0.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
H/W TEST
TEST PRINTER
TEST DISPLAY
TEST KEYBOARD
TEST MODE & CLERK
TEST RS-232
PRINTING PATTERN
IRC RANGE TEST
2. Press the digit representing the test you wish to perform.
follows for notes about each test.
See the table that
Hardware Test Table
ER-650/650R
TEST
NOTES
PRINTER
A printer test pattern is printed. The H/W TEST menu automatically
returns when the test is complete.
DISPLAY
A display test is initiated. The H/W TEST menu automatically returns
when the test is complete.
KEYBOARD
The display indicates: "KEYBOARD TEST". Press any key location to
display its' position. Turn the key lock to end the test.
MODE
Check the mode lock and/or the optional “real” clerk key lock with this test.
As you turn the key lock, the display will show the current position. The
display will also indicate the “real” key that is inserted. Return the key to
the SERVICE position to end the test.
RS-232
Select LOOP TEST PORT 1, LOOP TEST PORT 2, or LOOP TEST IRC.
(to loop test port 1 or 2 , a loop back connector must be in place.) Then
after a moment, the display indicates NG (not good) or OK.
PRINTING
PATTERN
ENDLESS PRINTING and LIFE TEST PRINT are factory tests.
the power switch on and off to end the test.
IRC RANGE
This test checks communication with each register programmed in IRC
options. Reports pass or fail.
Toggle
Service Mode Programming • 105
Clear All Totals
This selection clears all totals and counters, including the grand total.
1. From SERVICE MODE menu press 1 to display the CLEAR ALL TOTALS
screen:
CLEAR ALL TOTALS
ARE YOU SURE ?
N
2. Press the YES/NO key to display Y at the "ARE YOU SURE ?" question.
Press ENTER.
3. The display reads: "PLEASE WAIT". The message "ALL TOTAL CLEAR" is
printed and the screen returns to the SERVICE MODE menu.
Clear Grand Total
This selection clears only the grand total.
1. From SERVICE MODE menu press 2 to display CLEAR GRAND TOTALS
screen:
CLEAR GRAND TOTALS
ARE YOU SURE ?
N
2. Press the YES/NO key to display Y at the "ARE YOU SURE ?" question.
Press ENTER.
3. The message "GRAND TOTAL CLEAR" is printed and the screen returns to the
SERVICE MODE menu.
106 • Service Mode Programming
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Clear PLU File
This selection clears the entire PLU file, including totals, counters and programming.
1. From SERVICE MODE menu press 3 to display the CLEAR PLU FILE screen:
CLEAR PLU FILE
ARE YOU SURE ?
N
2. Press the YES/NO key to display Y at the "ARE YOU SURE ?" question.
Press ENTER.
3. The message "PLU FILE CLEAR" is printed and the screen returns to the
SERVICE MODE menu.
EPROM Information
This selection displays the version, check sum and date of the EPROM. You may be asked
to check you EPROM version if you contact your dealer for assistance. You should also
verify that all registers in an IRC configuration have the same version EPROM.
1. From SERVICE MODE menu press 4 . The "PLEASE WAIT" message
displays momentarily until the ER-650/650R EPROM INFO screen displays:
ER-650/650R EPROM
INFO.
VERSION : 1.0 USA
CHECKSUM :
C5FC
JUNE 24 2002
PRESS CLEAR KEY
2. Press CLEAR to return to the SERVICE MODE menu.
ER-650/650R
Service Mode Programming • 107
Memory Allocation
Note: You must step through every memory allocation field to implement new memory
allocation. If you press CLEAR, at any field you will abort memory allocation processes
without making changes. Changes to Memory Allocation will clear all program data.
1. At the SM control lock position menu, press 5 for Memory Allocation
programming. The MEMORY ALLOCATION screen displays:
MEMORY ALLOCATION È
TTL AVAIL:
187136
TTL USED:
186980
# PLUS
1000 Å
# PRICE LVLS(1-5) 1
# CLERKS
10
# GROUP TOTALS
20
2. The total available memory is displayed on the first line of the screen (TTL
AVAIL). The total memory currently allocated is displayed on the second line
of the screen (TTL USED). The TTL USED field is updated when you
complete a change and press ENTER.
Starting at the PLUs field, enter the quantity of each memory field. Press
ENTER after each entry, and the cursor will move to the next field. Page 2 of
Memory Allocation will display after the # OF GROUP TOTALS field is set:
MEMORY ALLOCATION Ç
TTL AVAIL:
187136
TTL USED:
186980
# EJ LINES
1500 Å
# CHECKS
20
Y=HARD/N=SOFT CHK N
# LINES/SFT CH
50
108 • Service Mode Programming
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3. Continue filling each field until complete. Press ENTER after setting the last
field, "# LINES/SOFT CH". The screen will display "ARE YOU SURE ?". N
(No) will display as the default answer to the question. If you wish to
implement the new allocation you have entered, press the YES/NO key, then
press ENTER.
4. The message "PLEASE WAIT . . . . " displays until the printer prints either:
"MEMORY ALLOCATION OK !" or "MEMORY ALLOCATION SIZE
OVER" if you attempt to allocate features requiring more memory than is
available.
5. The SERVICE MODE menu screen displays when memory allocation
programming is completed.
ER-650/650R
Service Mode Programming • 109
Function Key Assignment
Any key location may be reprogrammed with a function from the list of available functions
on page 111 of this manual. The default program installs the functions as they are shown
with the standard key legends.
To change the function on a specific key:
1. At the SM control lock position menu, press 6 for Key Assignment
programming. The KEY ASSIGNMENT screen displays:
KEY ASSIGNMENT
PUSH KEY TO BE
PROGRAMMED
0Å
2. Press any key location.
The current key assignment is displayed:
KEY ASSIGNMENT
KEY NUMBER: 102
CURRENT ASSIGNMENT:
CASH
ENTER NEW CODE,
PRESS ENTER
0Å
3. Enter a new key code from the list of "Function Key Codes" on page 111 and
press ENTER, or press PAGE DOWN to display a list of key codes on the
screen.
FUNCTION
KEYCODE
-------------------NLU#1 - NLU#80(1-80)
ONE
81
TWO
82
THREE
83
FOUR
84
FIVE
85
110 • Service Mode Programming
ER-650/650R
4. With the key code list displayed, you can press PAGE DOWN repeatedly, or
PAGE UP until you find the key code you wish to use. Type the key code
number you wish to place and pess ENTER. The KEY ASSIGNMENT screen
displays again:
KEY ASSIGNMENT
PUSH KEY TO BE
PROGRAMMED
PRESS ENTER TO EXIT
0Å
5. Continue to program function key locations as necessary. When you have
completed function key programming, press the ENTER key to finalize. The
screen displays:
KEY ASSIGNMENT
PRESS ENTER TO
SAVE CHANGES
OR
PRESS ESCAPE TO EXIT
WITHOUT SAVING
6. Press ENTER to save the changes you have made, or press ESC to exit without
saving changes.
7. The printer will print out a receipt showing all the changes made to the keyboard.
Notes:
1. Numeric keys (0-9), CLEAR/ESC, and CASH/ENTER cannot be removed from the
keyboard unless they have been assigned to a new keyboard location. This protects the
programmer from accidentally removing keys that are required for register programming
and operations.
2. If you wish to program the CASH/ENTER key, select it immediately after selecting KEY
ASSIGNMENT from the SERVICE MODE menu. After the initial key is programmed,
the CASH/ENTER key is used to finalize the program.
ER-650/650R
Service Mode Programming • 111
Function Key Codes
Code
1
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
Function
NLU 1
through
NLU 80
Numeric 1
Numeric 2
Numeric 3
Numeric 4
Numeric 5
Numeric 6
Numeric 7
Numeric 8
Numeric 9
Numeric 0
Numeric 00
Decimal
#/NS
%1
%2
%3
%4
%5
@/FOR (PRT SCREEN)
ADD CHECK
CANCEL
CASH(ENTER)
CHARGE 1
CHARGE 2
CHARGE 3
CHARGE 4
CHARGE 5
CHARGE 6
CHARGE 7
CHARGE 8
CHECK CASHING
ENDORSE
CHECK TEND
CHECK TRACK #
CLEAR (ESC)
CLERK #
112 • Service Mode Programming
Code
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
Function
CURRENCY CONV. 1
CURRENCY CONV. 2
CURRENCY CONV. 3
CURRENCY CONV. 4
DRIVE THRU
EAT-IN
ERROR CORRECT
F/S SHIFT
F/S SUB
F/S TEND
FUNCTION LOOK UP 1
FUNCTION LOOK UP 2
GUEST #
PLU (CODE ENTRY)
PRICE LEVEL 1
PRICE LEVEL 2
PRICE LEVEL 3
PRICE LEVEL 4
PRICE LEVEL 5
MACRO 1
MACRO 2
MACRO 3
MACRO 4
MACRO 5
MACRO 6
MACRO 7
MACRO 8
MACRO 9
MACRO 10
MDSE RETURN
MODIFIER 1
MODIFIER 2
MODIFIER 3
MODIFIER 4
MODIFIER 5
P/BAL
PAGE DOWN
PAGE UP
PAID OUT 1
Code
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
Function
PAID OUT 2
PAID OUT 3
PAPER FEED
PLU PRICE INQ
PRINT CHECK
PROMO
RECD ON ACCT 1
RECD ON ACCT 2
RECD ON ACCT 3
SBTL
SCALE
SERVICE
TABLE #
TARE
TAKE OUT
TAX EXEMPT
TAX SHIFT 1
TAX SHIFT 2
TAX SHIFT 3
TAX SHIFT 4
TIME IN/OUT
TIP
VOID ITEM
WASTE
YES/NO
VALIDATION
PLU LOOKUP1
PLU LOOKUP2
PLU LOOKUP3
PLU LOOKUP4
PLU LOOKUP5
PLU LOOKUP6
PLU LOOKUP7
PLU LOOKUP8
FINALIZE
INACTIVE
ER-650/650R
IRC Options
1. At the SM control lock position menu, press 7 for IRC Option programming.
The IRC OPTIONS screen displays:
IRC OPTIONS
REG# (1-8)
1Å
STORE#
000000
FROM REG#
1
TO REG#
1
IRC RETRIES(0-99) 3
2. Refer to the table below to fill the fields on the IRC OPTIONS screen.
3. Press the CLEAR key to finalize and return to the SERVICE MODE screen.
ER-650/650R
Option
Entry
Description
REG#
Numeric
1 digit
Enter the IRC number of this register (1-8).
STORE#
Numeric
6 digits
Enter the store number.
FROM REG#
Numeric
1 digit
Enter the first register number in the IRC system.
TO REG#
Numeric
1 digit
Enter the last register number in the IRC system.
IRC RETRIES
Numeric
2 digits
Each retry equals approximately 0.5 seconds.
Service Mode Programming • 113
RS232C Port 1/RS232C Port 2 Options
1. At the SM control lock position menu, press 8 for RS232C Port 1 programming
or 9 for RS232C Port 2 programming. The appropriate PORT PROGRAM
screen displays:
PORT 1 PROGRAM pg1
BAUD RATE
0Å
0: 9,600 1:1,200
2: 2,400 3:4,800
4:19,000
PARITY CHECK
0
0:NONE 1:ODD 2:EVEN
DATA BITS(0:8 1:7)0
2. At each field, press ENTER to view the selections.
your selection.
Enter the digit representing
3. Press PAGE DOWN to view page 2 of the RS232C port program:
PORT 1 PROGRAM pg2
STOP BITS(0:1 1:2)0 Å
DEVICE FUNCTION
0
-------------------0:NONE 1:PC
2:SCL
3:RJ
4:RP
5:LT
6:SCAN 7:COIN 8:LIQ
9:POLE
4. Press PAGE DOWN to view page 3 of the RS232C port program:
PORT 1 PROGRAM pg3
INITIAL FEEDING LINE
ON KP(0-20)
0Å
ENDING FEEDING LINE
ON KP(0-20)
0
INITIAL FEEDING LINE
ON SLIP(0-20)
7
114 • Service Mode Programming
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5. Press PAGE DOWN to view page 4 of the RS232C port program:
PORT 1 PROGRAM pg4
PRINT LINE ON GUEST
CHECK(0-50)
0Å
SCALE TYPE
0:NCI
1:CAS
0
PRINTER TYPE
0
0:NONE
1:SAM SRP-100
6. Press PAGE DOWN to view page 5 of the RS232C port program:
PORT 1 PROGRAM pg5
PRINTER TYPE
0Å
2:SAM SRP-270
3:SAM SRP-300
4:SAM SRP-350
5:CITIZEN 3550/3551
6:CITIZEN 810
7:CITIZEN 230
7. Press PAGE DOWN to view page 6 of the RS232C port program:
PORT 1 PROGRAM pg6
PRINTER TYPE
0Å
8:EPSON TM-T88-2
9:EPSON U200
10:EPSON U295
11:EPSON U300
12:EPSON U325
13:EPSON U375
ER-650/650R
Service Mode Programming • 115
8. Press PAGE DOWN to view page 7 of the RS232C port program:
PORT 1
PRINTER
14:STAR
15:STAR
16:STAR
17:STAR
PROGRAM pg7
TYPE
0Å
SP-200
SP-298
SP-300
TSP-200
9. Press PAGE DOWN to view page 8 of the RS232C port program:
PORT 1 PROGRAM pg8
POLE DISLAY TYPE 0 Å
0:EPSON
1:ICD
RS232C RETRY
TIMES(0-99)
1
10. Refer to "RS232C Settings Screen Program Notes" on the next page to fill the
fields for each port.
11. Press the CLEAR key to finalize and return to the SERVICE MODE screen.
116 • Service Mode Programming
ER-650/650R
RS232C Settings Screen Program Notes
Option
Description
BAUD RATE
Select 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, or 19200 from the pop-up
window; 9600 is default.
PARITY
Select NONE, EVEN, or ODD from the pop-up window;
NONE is default.
DATA BITS
Select 8 or 7 from the pop-up window; 8 is default.
STOP BITS
Select 1 or 2 from the pop-up window; 1 is default.
DEVICE FUNCTION
Enter the code number for the device you wish to attach to
this port from the code numbers displayed. The device
function codes are:
1: PC Communications
2: Scale
3: Remote Journal Printer
4: Remote Printer
5: Kitchen Video
6: Scanner
7: Coin Dispenser
8: Liquor System
9: Remote Pole Display
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PRINT LINE ON GUEST
CHECK (0-50)
Enter the number of lines that represent the maximum that
can be printed on a single guest check.
SCALE TYPE
Select the digit that represents the scale type connected to
this port.
PRINTER TYPE
Select the digit that represents the printer type connected to
this port.
POLE DISPLAY TYPE
Select the digit that represents the pole display type
connected to this port.
RS232C RETRY TIMES
Set the number of retries for RS232C communication (about
0.5 seconds each.)
Service Mode Programming • 117
Program Mode Programming
Descriptor Programming Methods
Descriptors are programmable for PLUs, function keys, groups, clerks and the logo/messages.
There are two methods available to program descriptors, the Program Overlay Method and
the Descriptor Code Method.
This chapter describes both methods. Refer to each program area for specific steps for
programming PLUs, groups, function keys, etc.
Program Overlay Method
When the descriptor field is selected on the program screen, you can simply type the
descriptor using the overlay below. Press enter to finalize your descriptor.
!
PAGE
UP
PAGE
DOWN
CLEAR
ESC
7
BACK
SPACE
A
G
M
S
Y
(
)/-
DOUBLE
B
H
N
T
Z
+/=
YES/NO
8
9
SPACE
C
I
O
U
!/@
</,
>/.
5
6
SPACE
D
J
P
V
#/$
“/’
?//
1
2
3
SPACE
E
K
Q
W
%/^
:/;
0
00
.
CAPS
F
L
R
X
&/*
ENTER
4
i
The program overlay method is the default method for programming descriptors.
ER-650/650R
Program Mode Programming • 119
Descriptor Code Method
If you customize your keyboard by covering key locations, or by installing double or quad
size keys, you will need to program descriptors using the descriptor code method.
See “System Option Programming” on page 142. You must set the option “PGM DESC BY
CODE” found on page 143 to Y to use the descriptor code method.
Program Sequence
1. With the cursor pointed at a descriptor field, refer to the Descriptor Code Chart
below and type the code for the first character. Press the decimal [.] key.
2. For each additional character, type the code and press the decimal key.
character will be displayed as it is entered.
Each
3. Press ENTER when the descriptor is complete.
Program Example
To program the descriptor "APPLE", type:
[65]
[.]
[80]
A
[.]
[80]
[.]
[76]
P
[.]
[69]
P
[.]
[ENTER]
L
E
Note:
For lower case enter 98 after the descriptor code.
a
=
[6598]
[.]
For example:
[ENTER]
For DOUBLE (wide) characters enter 99 after the descriptor code.
A=
[6599]
[.]
For example:
[ENTER]
Descriptor Code Table
Char. Space
!
"
#
$
%
&
'
(
)
Code
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
Char.
*
+
,
-
.
/
0
1
2
3
Code
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
Char.
4
5
6
7
8
9
:
;
<
=
Code
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
Char.
>
?
@
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Code
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
Char.
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
Code
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
Char.
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
[
Code
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
]
^
_
93
94
95
Char.
Code
92
120 • Program Mode Programming
96
Back- CAPS Double 1line Delete
space
97
98
99
0
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Program Mode Menu
♦ Turn the control lock to the PGM position.
MODE menu displays:
PROGRAM MODE
0.PLU
1.GROUP
2.SALES TAX
3.SYSTEM OPTION
4.PRINT OPTION
5.FUNCTION KEYS
6.CLERK
The first page of the PROGRAM
È
♦ Press PAGE DOWN to view the remainder of the PROGRAM MODE menu:
PROGRAM MODE
Ç
7.LOGO DESC.
8.NLU CODE# PGM.
9.DOWNLOAD PROGRAMS
00.MORE
ER-650/650R
Program Mode Programming • 121
♦ Press 00 to view the MORE PROGRAMS menu:
PROGRAM MODE page2 È
0.CLERK I/O
1.PLU STOCK
2.DRAWER LIMIT
3.CHECK CHANGE LIMIT
4.TIME & DATE
5.TARE WEIGHT
6.MACRO
♦ Press PAGE DOWN to view the remainder of the PROGRAM MODE page 2
menu:
PROGRAM MODE page2 Ç
7.MACHINE NO.
8.PC SCHEDULE TIME
9.TRAINING MODE P/W
00.SCAN
122 • Program Mode Programming
ER-650/650R
PLU Programming
To accommodate UPC scanning, each PLU can be given an identifying number up to 14
digits in length.
1. At the PGM control lock position menu, press 0 for PLU Programming.
PLU PROGRAMMING screen displays:
The
PLU PROGRAMMING
0.ADD/MODIFY PLU
1.DELETE PLU
Add/Modify PLU
1. Press 0 to add or modify a PLU.
The PLU NUMBER screen displays:
PLU NUMBER
∗ ENTER PLU NUMBER
AND PUSH PLU, OR
∗ PRESS A PLU KEY ON
THE KEYBOARD
0Å
2. To view the PLU # PROGRAMMING screen, enter the number of the PLU you
wish to program, or press a PLU key on the keyboard, or press a modifier key
followed by a the PLU key on the keyboard, or scan the barcode on an item.
3. Refer to "PLU Options - Reference Information" on page 126 to make program
entries or changes, press the CLEAR key to finalize and return to the
PROGRAM MODE screen.
ER-650/650R
Program Mode Programming • 123
Descriptor
Type the descriptor
using the Program
Overlay, or by
using the descriptor
code method (see
page 117.) The
overlay is
automatically
activated when the
cursor is pointing at
the DESC field.
# of
PRICE/HALO
fields displayed
is determined by
memory
allocation.
PLU#
DESC: PLU1
PRESET
PRICE/HALO1
PRICE/HALO2
PRICE/HALO3
PRICE/HALO4
PRICE/HALO5
1 P1
Y
0
0
0
0
0
Å
PLU#
1 P2
PRESET OVERRIDE
YÅ
TAXable BY: 1 2 3 4
N N N N
FOOD STMP ELIGIBLEN
GROUP #1 (1-20)
1
GROUP #2 (1-20)
0
GROUP #3 (1-20)
0
PLU#
1 P3
NEGATIVE ITEM
NÅ
HASH
N
SINGLE ITEM
N
NON-ADD # COMP.
N
GALLONAGE ITEM
N
INVENTORY ITEM
N
DISABLE
N
PLU#
1
SCALABLE
AUTO SCALE
AUTO TARE (1-5)
CONDIMENT
COMP. CONDIMENT
PRINT ON RECEIPT
PRINT ON DISPLAY
124 • Program Mode Programming
P4
NÅ
N
0
N
N
Y
Y
Press ENTER to
advance the
arrow to the next
option.
Press YES/NO
to toggle from
''Y' to 'N' for
yes or no
decisions.
Press
PAGE DOWN to
view the second
PLU
Programming
screen.
Press PAGE UP
once to return to
the first option on
a screen. Press
PAGE UP again
to return to the
previous screen.
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the third
PLU
Programming
screen.
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the
fourth PLU
Programming
screen.
ER-650/650R
PLU#
1
PRINT ON CHECK
PRT PRICE ON RCPT
PRT PRICE ON CHK
DISABLE PROMO
COUNTER NOT RESET
PRESET OVERRIDE
IN MGR CONTROL
If you wish the
registration of
this PLU to
automatically
cause the
registration of
another PLU,
Enter the PLU #
you wish to link
with the 10-key
pad. Enter '0'
for no link.
ER-650/650R
PLU#
LINK PLU:
P5
YÅ
Y
Y
N
N
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 5th
PLU
Programming
screen.
N
1 P6
0
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 6th
and last PLU
Programming
screen.
Program Mode Programming • 125
PLU Options - Reference Information
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor for each PLU. Type the descriptor
using the Program Overlay, or by using the descriptor code
method (see page 117.) The overlay is automatically activated
when the cursor is pointing at the DESC field. The default
descriptors are PLU #1, PLU #2, etc.
PRESET
Y or N
Choose Y for a preset PLU. Choose N for an open PLU. Open
PLUs accept amount entries. Use open PLUs to enter different
priced items into the same PLU. Preset PLUs automatically
register a preprogrammed price when the PLU is entered. Use
preset PLUs to register an individual item quickly and accurately.
For example, cigarette packs or food items can be assigned to
PLUs.
PRICE/HALO1
PRICE/HALO2
PRICE/HALO3
PRICE/HALO4
PRICE/HALO5
7 digit amount
Up to five price levels are available. (Note that price level fields
2-5 will display only if you allocate memory for additional price
levels.) If the PLU is open, the amount entered here is the high
amount lock out (HALO). You can limit errors by setting the
maximum amount that can be entered into a PLU. If the PLU is
preset, the amount entered here is the amount that is registered
automatically when the PLU is entered.
PRESET OVERRIDE
Y or N
If Y, you can enter a price to override the preset price.
TAXable BY TAX1
Y or N
Select N for non taxable items. Select Y to apply the appropriate
tax automatically for this PLU.
FOOD STMP
ELIGIBLE
Y or N
Select Y to accumulate a total of food stamp eligible items in the
current sale. The total can be viewed by pressing the F/S SUB
key and food stamps can be tendered with the F/S TEND key.
GROUP #1
GROUP #2
GROUP #3
0-99
For each of three group assignments, enter a group where this
PLU's sales will accumulate. The number of groups available is
determined by memory allocation.
NEGATIVE ITEM
Y or N
Select Y to register items that subtract, rather than add to the sale
total.
HASH
Y or N
Items designated with HASH status add to the current sale, but do
not add to the registers grand total. HASH items may or may not
add to the net sales total - see system option programming. Use
hash for lottery sales or bottle deposits.
SINGLE ITEM
Y or N
Select Y for a single item PLU. Single item PLUs automatically
total as a cash sale immediately after the PLU entry. Single item
PLUs are used to speed up one item sales.
NON-ADD # COMP
Y or N
Select Y to enforce the entry of a non-add number before a
registration can be made.
TAXable BY TAX2
TAXable BY TAX3
TAXable BY TAX4
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Option
Entry
Description
GALLONAGE ITEM
Y or N
Select Y to compute gallons sold. The gallons sold will print
along with the price entry on the receipt. The total gallons sold
will accumulate in the PLU counter. You must program the price
per gallon (in tenths of a cent, i.e. $1.299 for $1.29 and 9/10) in
the PRICE/HALO field.
INVENTORY ITEM
Y or N
Select Y if you wish to track the number of items remaining in
inventory using the Stock report.
DISABLE
Y or N
Select Y to disable the PLU.
disabled PLUs.
SCALEABLE
Y or N
If Y, the PLU will work only when you are multiplying a weight
from an optional scale or when multiplying a manually entered
weight. (For example, enter weight, press SCALE, then register
PLU.)
AUTO SCALE
Y or N
Select Y if you wish entries into this PLU to be automatically
multiplied by the weight on the optional scale
AUTO TARE (1-5)
0-5
Enter a value (1-5) to indicate the number of the preprogrammed
tare weight you want to automatically subtract when the PLU is
used for a scale entry (using an optional scale).
Enter 0 to
disable automatic tare subtraction.
CONDIMENT
Y or N
Select Y if you wish the item to act like a condiment on the kitchen
printer. Items with this status will satisfy the requirements of
items with compulsory condiment status.
COMPULSORY
CONDMNT
Y or N
Select Y if you wish to force the entry of a condiment after this
item is entered.
PRINT ON RECEIPT
PRINT ON
DISPLAY
PRINT ON CHECK
Y or N
Select N if you wish to suppress printing (or display) of the item at
the designated location.
PRT PRICE ON
RCPT
Y or N
Select N if you wish to suppress printing of the item's price on the
receipt.
PRT PRICE ON CHK
Y or N
Select N if you wish to suppress printing of the item's price on the
check.
DISABLE PROMO
Y or N
Select Y to block the PROMO function on this PLU.
COUNTER NOT
RESET
Y or N
Select Y if you do not wish to reset the PLU item counter on the Z
PLU report.
PRESET OVERRIDE
IN MGR CONTROL
Y or N
If preset override is Y, then you can force manager control for
preset override by setting this option to Y.
LINK PLU
14 digit
maximum
If you wish the registration of this PLU to automatically cause the
registration of another PLU, enter the PLU # you wish to link with
the 10-key pad. Enter 0 for no link.
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Program Mode Programming • 127
Delete PLU
Note: To delete a PLU, all totals for the PLU must be cleared from Z reports (including
Stock and PLU reports.)
1. From the PLU PROGRAMMING screen, press 1 to display the DELETE PLU
screen:
DELETE PLU
0. DELETE ONE PLU
1. DELETE PLU RANGE
2. Press 0 to delete an individual PLU.
The PLU NUMBER screen displays:
PLU NUMBER
∗ ENTER PLU NUMBER
AND PUSH PLU, OR
∗ PRESS A PLU KEY ON
THE KEYBOARD
0Å
3. Enter the number of the PLU you wish to delete, or press a PLU key on the
keyboard, or press modifier key followed by a the PLU key on the keyboard.
The CONFIRM DELETE screen displays:
CONFIRM DELETE
ARE YOU SURE YOU
WISH TO DELETE PLU#
??????????????
ENTER=DELETE
ESC=ABORT
4. Press ENTER to delete the PLU; press ESC to return to the PLU DELETE
screen without deleting the PLU.
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Delete PLU Range
Note: To delete PLUs, all totals for the PLUs must be cleared from Z reports (including
Stock and PLU reports.)
1. From the PLU PROGRAMMING screen, press 1 for to display the DELETE
PLU screen:
DELETE PLU
0. DELETE ONE PLU
1. DELETE PLU RANGE
2. Press 1 to delete a range of PLUs.
The PLU NUMBER screen displays:
PLU NUMBER
∗ ENTER NUMBER OF
THE FIRST PLU IN
THE RANGE AND PUSH
PLU
0Å
3. Enter the number of the first PLU in the range you wish to delete and press PLU.
The screen prompts for the last PLU in the range:
PLU NUMBER
∗ ENTER NUMBER OF
THE LAST PLU IN
THE RANGE AND PUSH
PLU
0Å
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4. Enter the number of the last PLU in the range you wish to delete and press PLU.
The CONFIRM DELETE screen displays:
CONFIRM DELETE
ARE YOU SURE YOU
WISH TO DELETE PLU#
?????????????? TO
??????????????
ENTER=DELETE
ESC=ABORT
5. Press ENTER to delete the PLU; press ESC to return to the PLU DELETE
screen without deleting the PLU.
Note: Before a PLU can be deleted, all report information must be cleared. I may be
necessary to run a Z1 and Z2 PLU Report, and if the PLU is an inventory item, you must
change the stock to zero.
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Group Programming
Up to 99 groups (the exact number is determined by memory allocation) are available to
summarize PLU sales. Group totals appear on reports, so that you can track sales of
different types of items.
♦ The group descriptors programmed here will replace the default descriptors
GROUP 1 through GROUP 99 that appear on reports.
♦ Each PLU can report totals to one, two or three different groups. If a PLU
sends totals to more than one group, the group total that appears on the Group
report will not represent PLU sales. Therefore, you also have the option of
deciding whether each group's total will add to the group total on the Group
report.
To Program Groups
1. At the PGM control lock position menu, press 1 for GROUP. The GROUP
PROGRAM. screen displays: (The maximum group number is set by memory
allocation.)
GROUP PROGRAMMING
GROUP NO? (1-20)
0Å
2. Enter the number of the group to be programmed, press ENTER.
GROUP# PROG. screen displays:
The
GROUP #1 PROG. È
DESC : GROUP 1
Å
ADD TO GROUP TTL Y
SEND TO KP
N
KP PORT# : 1 2 R
N N Y
PRINT RED ON KP
N
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3. Press PAGE DOWN to view the second page of group programming:
GROUP #1 PROG.
SEND TO KV
KV GROUP#(0-8)
KV COLOR(0-8)
AGE VERIF.(0-5)
Ç
NÅ
0
0
0
4. Refer to the table below to fill the fields of the GROUP PROGRAMMING
screens.
5. Press ENTER to return to the GROUP PROGRAMMING screen. Continue
to program groups as necessary. Press ESC to return to the PROGRAM
MODE screen.
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Group Programming - Reference Information
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor for each group. Type the
descriptor using the Program Overlay or by using the
descriptor code method (see page 117.). The overlay is
automatically activated when the cursor is pointing at the
DESC field. The default descriptors are GROUP 1,
GROUP 2, etc.
ADD TO GROUP TOTAL
Y or N
Select N if you do not wish this groups total to be added to
the total of all groups on the Group report.
SEND TO KP
Y or N
Select Y if you wish to send PLUs reporting to this group to
a kitchen printer.
KP PORT #
Y or N
Select Y or N to direct items to a device attached to port 1 or
port 2. At R, select Y or N to print a kitchen requisition at
the register.
PRINT RED ON KP
Y or N
Select Y if you wish items reporting to this group to print in
red on the kitchen printer. (Note, the kitchen printer must
have red/black printing capability, and this option does not
apply to the register receipt printer.)
SEND TO KV
Y or N
Not Used
KV GROUP#
0-8
Not Used
KV COLOR
0-8
Not Used
AGE VERIF.
0-5
When an item in this group is registered (first time in a
transaction only), the register will prompt the operator to
enter the customer’s date of birth. The sale of the item will
be registed only if the customer has reached the appropriate
age.
Set “0”for no age requirement.
Set “1” to “5” to check the date of birth against the age
requirement group set in Z Mode.
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Program Mode Programming • 133
Sales Tax Programming
The ER-650/650R allows three calculation options for each of the four possible taxes.
•
Add-On - most sales taxes can be programmed by entering an add-on tax
percentage rate.
•
Tax Table - if a tax entered as an add-on tax percentage does not follow
exactly the tax chart follow that apply in your area, tax table programming
will match tax collection exactly to the break points of your tax table. (Tax
table programming allows up to 75 breakpoints.)
•
VAT - if tax is included in the cost of the item, you can use value added tax
(VAT) to calculate the tax share of each sale.
•
A fourth tax programming option, for the Canadian Goods and Services tax
(GST) can be set using tax rate 4.
Important Note: After you have entered your tax program, test for accuracy by entering
several transactions of different dollar amounts. Carefully check to make sure the tax
charged by the cash register matches the tax amounts on the printed tax chart for your area.
As a merchant, you are responsible for accurate tax collection. If the cash register is not
calculating tax accurately, or if you cannot program your tax properly from the information in
this manual, contact your Dealer for assistance.
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Programming an Add-On Tax Rate Percentage
When tax requirements can be met using a straight percentage rate, use the following method
to program a tax as a straight percentage.
1. Turn the control lock to the PGM position.
2. From the PROGRAM MODE menu, press 2 to view the TAX PROG. screen:
TAX PROG.
TAX NUMBER (1-4)
TAX TYPE (0-2)
0 : ADD-ON
1 : TAX TABLE
2 : VAT
1Å
0
3. When the arrow is pointed at the TAX NUMBER field, enter the number of the
tax you wish to program. (There are four taxes available, enter 1, 2, 3, or 4.)
The arrow will move to the TAX TYPE field.
4. Enter 0 for an ADD-ON tax with a straight percentage rate.
TAX # PROGRAMMING screen displays:
The appropriate
TAX #1 PROGRAMMING
TAX RATE
0.000 Å
5. When the arrow is pointed at the TAX RATE field, enter the percentage rate for
the sales tax. For example if the tax is 6 percent, enter 6.000 or 6.0. If the tax
is 7.5 percent, enter 7.500 or 7.5 using the decimal key. If the tax is 10
percent, enter 10.000 or 10.0. Press ENTER (CASH) to set the rate.
6. The TAX PROG. screen will return prompting you to enter the next tax, if
necessary. Continue to program additional taxes or press CLEAR to return to
the PROGRAM MODE screen.
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Programming a Tax Table
In some cases, a tax that is entered as a percentage does not exactly follow the tax charts that
apply in your area (even if the tax chart is based on a percentage). In these cases, we
recommend that you enter your tax using tax table programming. This method will match
tax collection exactly to the break points of your tax table.
Before programming, obtain a copy of the tax table you wish to program. You will need the
printed tax table if you wish to determine the break point entries yourself. The "Tax Table
Programming Example - Illinois 6% Tax Table" on page 139 is used as an example in the
steps that follow.
Note:
You can enter up to 75 break points.
1. Turn the control lock to the PGM position.
2. From the PROGRAM MODE menu, press 2 to view the TAX PROG. screen:
TAX PROG.
TAX NUMBER (1-4)
TAX TYPE (0-2)
0 : ADD-ON
1 : TAX TABLE
2 : VAT
1Å
1
3. When the arrow is pointed at the TAX NUMBER field, enter the number of the
tax you wish to program. (There are four taxes available, enter 1, 2, 3, or 4.)
The arrow will move to the TAX TYPE field.
4. Enter 1 for an TAX TABLE programming.
PROGRAMMING screen displays:
The appropriate TAX #
TAX #1 PROGRAMMING
FIRST TAX AMOUNT
0.01 Å
NON-TAXable AMOUNT
0.10
# OF NON-REPEAT
BREAK
5
# OF REPEAT BRK
3
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5. Use the table below as a guide in filling the fields on this screen. After
completing these entries, your screen should look like the screen that follows.
Field
Description
FIRST TAX AMOUNT
Enter the first tax amount that is charged.
this example the entry is 0.01.
NON-TAXable AMOUNT
Enter the highest amount where no tax is
charged.
For this example the entry is 0.10.
# OF NON-REPEAT BRK
Enter the number of Non-repeat breaks.
this example the entry is 5.
# OF REPEAT BREAK
Enter the number of repeat breaks.
example the entry is 3.
For
For
For this
6. After entering the # OF REPEAT BRK field, the next TAX TABLE PROG.
screen will display. Using the printed copy of your tax table, enter information
in the SALE AMOUNT RANGE fields. Enter the information as it appears on
your tax table. Enter the high amount of the first range where you are
prompted. The low amount of the next range will be computed automatically.
After completing the tax range entries, your screen should look like the following
screen. Note that this screen should look exactly like the corresponding part of
the printed tax table.
TAX TABLE PROG.
TAX SALE AMT RANGE
0.00
0.00
0.10
0.01
0.11
0.21
0.02
0.22
0.38
0.03
0.39
0.56
0.04
0.57
0.73
0.05
0.74
0.91 Å
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Program Mode Programming • 137
7. Because this tax table has more than 5 break points (the number of break points
that can be displayed on the first screen), you must continue to enter SALE
AMT RANGE information on the additional screens until information has been
entered for each break point. After completing the tax range entries, your
screen should look like the following screen. Note that this screen should look
exactly like the corresponding part of the printed tax table.
TAX TABLE PROG.
TAX SALE AMT RANGE
0.06
0.92
1.08
0.07
1.09
1.24
0.08
1.25
1.41 Å
8. After you have completed entering the SALES AMOUNT RANGE information,
the TAX PROG. screen will return, prompting you to enter the next tax, if
necessary. Continue to program additional taxes or press CLEAR to return to
the PROGRAM MODE screen.
Note: Some tax tables are very complex.
have difficulty entering your Tax Table.
138 • Program Mode Programming
Contact your Dealer for assistance should you
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Tax Table Programming Example - Illinois 6% Tax Table
1. Examine the printed tax table for the tax you are programming.
2. Calculate the break point differences by subtracting the high side of the previous
range from the high side of the sale amount range.
3. Examine the pattern of break point differences to determine when the break
points begin to repeat. Mark the beginning break points that do not fit a pattern
as “non-repeat breaks.” Mark the break points that are repeating in a pattern as
“repeat breaks.” Count the number of repeat and non-repeat breaks.
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Tax Charged
Sale Amount
Range
Break point
Differences
$0.00
$0.00 - $0.10
$0.01
$0.11 - $0.21
11
$0.02
$0.22 - $0.38
17
$0.03
$0.39 - $0.56
18
$0.04
$0.57 - $0.73
17
$0.05
$0.74 - $0.91
18
$0.06
$0.92 - $1.08
17
$0.07
$1.09 - $1.24
16
$0.08
$1.25 - $1.41
17
$0.09
$1.42 - $1.58
17
$0.10
$1.59 - $1.74
16
$0.11
$1.75 - $1.91
17
$0.12
$1.92 - $2.08
17
$0.13
$2.09 - $2.24
16
$0.14
$2.25 - $2.41
17
Non-Repeat
Repeat
Program Mode Programming • 139
Programming a VAT (Value Added Tax)
When a tax is included in the cost of the item, you can use the value added tax (VAT)
program to calculate the tax share of each sale.
1. Turn the control lock to the PGM position.
2. From the PROGRAM MODE menu, press 2 to view the TAX PROG. screen:
TAX PROG.
TAX NUMBER (1-4)
TAX TYPE (0-2)
0 : ADD-ON
1 : TAX TABLE
2 : VAT
1Å
0
3. When the arrow is pointed at the TAX NUMBER field, enter the number of the
tax you wish to program. (There are four taxes available, enter 1, 2, 3, or 4.)
The arrow will move to the TAX TYPE field.
4. Enter 2 for VAT.
The appropriate TAX # PROGRAMMING screen displays:
TAX #1 PROGRAMMING
TAX RATE
0.000 Å
5. When the arrow is pointed at the TAX RATE field, enter the VAT rate. For
example if the tax is 6 percent, enter 6.000 or 6.0. If the tax is 7.5 percent, enter
7.500 or 7.5 using the decimal key. If the tax is 10 percent, enter 10.000 or
10. Press ENTER (CASH) to set the rate.
6. The TAX PROG. screen will return, prompting you to enter the next tax, if
necessary. Continue to program additional taxes or press CLEAR to return to
the PROGRAM MODE screen.
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Programming a Canadian GST
Tax 4 can be programmed to accommodate the Canadian Goods and Services tax (GST).
1. Turn the control lock to the PGM position.
2. From the PROGRAM MODE menu, press 2 to view the TAX PROG. screen:
TAX PROG.
TAX NUMBER (1-4)
TAX TYPE (0-2)
0 : ADD-ON
1 : TAX TABLE
2 : VAT
4Å
0
3. When the arrow is pointed at the TAX NUMBER field, enter 4, press ENTER
(CASH). The arrow will move to the TAX TYPE field.
4. Press ENTER (CASH).
The TAX #4 PROGRAMMING screen displays:
TAX #4 PROGRAMMING
TAX RATE
0.000 Å
GST IS TAXABLE BY
RATE 1
N
RATE 2
N
RATE 3
N
5. When the arrow is pointed at the TAX RATE field, enter the GST rate. For
example if the tax is 6 percent, enter 6.000 or 6.0. If the tax is 7.5 percent, enter
7.500 or 7.5 using the decimal key. If the tax is 10 percent, enter 10.000 or
10.0. Press ENTER (CASH) to set the rate.
6. At the RATE 1 field, indicate if the GST is taxable by rate 1 (tax on tax) by
pressing the YES/NO key, then pressing the ENTER (CASH) key. The arrow
advances to the RATE 2 field. Enter taxable status for RATE 2 and RATE 3.
The PROGRAM MODE screen returns.
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System Option Programming
1. At the PGM control lock position menu, press 3 for SYSTEM OPTION
Programming. The SYSTEM OPTION pg 1 screen displays:
2. Refer to "System Options - Reference Information" on page 146 to make program
entries or changes, press the ENTER key to finalize.
The 1st System
Option screen.
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 2nd
System Option
screen.
SYSTEM OPTION pg 1
BEEPER ACTIVE
YÅ
REAL CLERK KEY
N
CLERK ENTRY
0
0:PUSH 1:CODE
CLERK ASSIGNED WHEN
CLERK KEY IS
PUSHED (1-10)
1
SYSTEM OPTION pg 2
CLERK IS Y:POP-UP N Å
N:STAY-DOWN
DRAWER NEEDS TO BE
SHUT TO OPERATE Y
ACTIVATE OPEN
DRAWER ALARM
N
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 3rd
System Option
screen.
SYSTEM OPTION pg 3
SECONDS TO ALLOW
DRAWER OPEN
30 Å
ALLOW POST TENDER N
OPEN DRAWER ON
POST TENDER
Y
ALLOW MULTIPLE
RECEIPT
N
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 4th
System Option
screen.
SYSTEM OPTION pg 4
CASH DECLARATION REQ
BEFORE REPORTS
NÅ
MGR CONTROL TO TEND.
NEGATIVE BALANCE N
ZERO BALANCE
N
RESET TRANSACTION
NO. ON Z REPORT N
142 • Program Mode Programming
Press ENTER
after making a
change, or press
ENTER to
advance the
arrow to the
next option
without making
a change.
Press PAGE UP
to return to the
previous screen.
NOTE:
Be sure to press
ENTER after
changing a
selection. If you
do not press
ENTER, the
change will not
be accepted.
Press YES/NO
to toggle from
'Y' to 'N' for yes
or no decisions.
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Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 5th
System Option
screen.
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 6th
System Option
screen.
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 7th
System Option
screen.
SYSTEM OPTION pg 5
RESET GRAND TOTAL
AFTER Z REPORT
NÅ
OPEN DRAWER WHEN
REPORTS ARE RUN Y
OPEN DRAWER DURING
TRAIN MODE
N
DECIMAL PLACE
2
SYSTEM OPTION pg 6
DATE FORMAT IS
0Å
0:MDY 1:DMY 2:YMD
MODIFIER
0
0:POP UP AFTER ITEM
1:POP UP AFTER SALE
2:STAYDOWN
SYSTEM OPTION pg 7
% AND TAX CAL.
0Å
SPLIT PRICE CAL. 0
CALCULATION CHART
0:ROUND UP AT 0.50
1:ROUND UP
2:ROUND DOWN
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 8th
System Option
screen.
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 9th
System Option
screen.
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SYSTEM OPTION pg 8
COMPULSORY EAT-IN
T-OUT D-THRU BEFORE
TENDERING
NÅ
HASH IS
Y
Y:NORMAL N:NON-ADD
ALLOW PRINT SCREEN
ON @/FOR KEY
Y
SYSTEM OPTION pg
RESET Z COUNTER
AFTER Z1 REPORT
FINANCIAL REPORT
TIME REPORT
PLU REPORT
CLERK REPORT
GROUP REPORT
Press ENTER
after making a
change, or press
ENTER to
advance the
arrow to the
next option
without making
a change.
Press PAGE UP
to return to the
previous screen.
NOTE:
Be sure to press
ENTER after
changing a
selection. If you
do not press
ENTER, the
change will not
be accepted.
Press YES/NO
to toggle from
'Y' to 'N' for yes
or no decisions.
9
NÅ
N
N
N
N
Program Mode Programming • 143
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 10th
System Option
screen.
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 11th
System Option
screen.
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 12th
System Option
screen.
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 13th
System Option
screen.
SYSTEM OPTION pg
RESET Z COUNTER
AFTER Z2 REPORT
DAILY SALES RPT
PRINTER PAPER
SENSOR ACTIVE
DEACTIVATE SPLIT
PRICING
144 • Program Mode Programming
NÅ
Y
N
SYSTEM OPTION pg 11
ALLOW DIRECT MULT N Å
INVENTORY CNT PGM N
Y:ADD CURR. LVL
N:COUNTER REPLACE
CURR. LVL
GLOBAL ENTRY LIMIT
(0-14)
0
SYSTEM OPTION pg 12
DISABLE PRICE LEVEL
KEY
LEVEL 1:
NÅ
LEVEL 2:
N
LEVEL 3:
N
LEVEL 4:
N
LEVEL 5:
N
Press ENTER
after making a
change, or press
ENTER to
advance the
arrow to the
next option
without making
a change.
Press PAGE UP
to return to the
previous screen.
NOTE:
Be sure to press
ENTER after
changing a
selection. If you
do not press
ENTER, the
change will not
be accepted.
SYSTEM OPTION pg 13
PRICE LEVEL IS
0Å
0:POP UP AFTER ITEM
1:POP UP AFTER SALE
2:STAYDOWN
ELECT. JOURNAL
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 14th
System Option
screen.
10
N
SYSTEM OPTION pg 14
PROMPT OPERATOR WHEN
EJ BUFF. IS FULL Y
STOP OPERATIONS WHEN
EJ BUFF. IS FULL N
SEND ONLY NEGATIVE
ENTRIES TO EJ
N
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Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 15th
System Option
screen.
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 16th
System Option
screen.
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 17th
System Option
screen.
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SYSTEM OPTION pg 15
SEND RESET REPORT
TO EJ
NÅ
DIRECT MULT MORE
THAN ONE DIGIT
N
TENDER VALICATION N
Y:AMT TENDERED
N:AMT OF SALE
SYSTEM OPTION pg 16
ALLOW PRICE LEVEL N Å
ONLY MGR MODE
EMBEDDED PRICE BAR 0
CODE TYPE 1/3/7
DISPLAY ADD PRICE N
OF LINKED ITEMS
SYSTEM OPTION pg 17
ALLOW SALE
YÅ
WITH 0 STOCK
ALLOW SWEDISH ROUND
ON SUBT
N
ON CASH
N
ALLOW Z STOCK RPT Y
PRG DESC BY CODE N
Press ENTER
after making a
change, or press
ENTER to
advance the
arrow to the
next option
without making
a change.
Press PAGE UP
to return to the
previous screen.
NOTE:
Be sure to press
ENTER after
changing a
selection. If you
do not press
ENTER, the
change will not
be accepted.
Program Mode Programming • 145
System Options - Reference Information
Option
Entry
Description
BEEPER ACTIVE
Y or N
Select N for a silent keyboard.
REAL CLERK KEY
Y or N
Select Y if the optional bayonet clerk lock and key system is
installed.
CLERK ENTRY
0:PUSH 1:CODE
0 or 1
Select PUSH for a push button clerk, select CODE for a
code entry clerk system (number - clerk or clerk - number clerk) sequence.
CLERK ASSIGNED WHEN
CLERK KEY IS PUSHED
(1-10)
1-10
If PUSH system is selected, you can select the clerk that is
signed on when the CLERK # key is pressed. Note that
the maximum clerk number you can enter here is determined
by how many clerks are allocated in memory.
CLERK IS Y:POP-UP
N:STAY-DOWN
Y or N
Select Y for pop-up clerks, select N for stay down clerks.
With pop-up clerks, you must sign on for each transaction.
With stay down clerks, the same clerk remains signed on
until sign off.
DRAWER NEEDS TO BE
SHUT TO OPERATE
Y or N
Select Y to enforce closed drawer for register operations.
ACTIVATE OPEN
DRAWER ALARM
Y or N
Select Y if you want the error tone to automatically sound
when the drawer stays open longer than the time set in the
following field.
SECONDS TO ALLOW
DRAWER OPEN
1-99
If you enable the open drawer alarm above, you can set the
length of time (1-99 seconds) before the alarm sounds.
ALLOW POST TENDER
Y or N
Select Y to allow re-tendering should a second change
calculation be necessary. Re-enter the tendered amount
and press the CASH key to show the new change
computation.
OPEN DRAWER ON POST
TENDER
Y or N
If you enable post tendering, select N to not open the cash
drawer after the second tender.
ALLOW MULPTIPLE
RECEIPT
Y or N
Set to Y if you wish to issue more than one copy of a
transaction receipt.
CASH DECLARATION
REQ BEFORE REPORTS
Y or N
Select Y to enforce a cash declaration function before a
financial, clerk, or cash in drawer report can be generated.
MGR CONTROL TO TEND.
NEGATIVE BALANCE
ZERO BALANCE
Y or N
Select Y if you wish to control negative transactions (when
cash is removed from the drawer). When selected the
control lock must be in the X position to finalize the
transaction.
RESET TRANSACTION #
ON Z REPORT
Y or N
Select Y if you wish to reset the transaction number (often
called the receipt counter) to zero after the financial report is
reset.
RESET GRAND TOTAL
AFTER Z REPORT
Y or N
Select Y if you wish to reset the grand total to zero after the
financial report is reset.
OPEN DRAWER WHEN
REPORTS ARE RUN
Y or N
Select N to stop the drawer from opening when reports are
run.
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Option
Entry
Description
OPEN DRAWER DURING
TRAIN MODE
Y or N
Select N if you do not want the cash drawer to open during
training mode operations.
DECIMAL PLACE
0, 1, 2, 3, or
4
Enter a digit to place the decimal point the selected number
of positions from the right.
DATE FORMAT IS
0:MDY 1:DMY 2:YMD
0, 1, or 2
Select 0 for MMDDYY, select 1 for DDMMYY, or select 2
for YYMMDD date printing format.
MODIFIER:
0:POP UP AFTER ITEM
1:POP UP AFTER SALE
2:STAYDOWN
0, 1, or 2
A MODIFIER key alters the next PLU registered, either by
changing the code number of the PLU so that a different
item is registered, or by adding the modifier descriptor and
not changing the code of the subsequent PLU. If you press
a modifier key, you have the option of the modifier applying
only to the next item (0), having the same modifier apply to
any subsequent item registered in the same transaction (1),
or having the same modifier apply to any subsequent item on
any subsequent transaction (2).
% AND TAX CAL.
0, 1, or 2
Select the digit that represents the appropriate rounding
method for tax and discount calculations: 0 for round up at
0.5 of a penny (0.005), 1 for always round up or 2 for
always round down.
SPLIT PRICE CAL.
0, 1, or 2
Select the digit that represents the appropriate rounding
method for split pricing (i.e. 2 at 3 for $1.00) calculations: 0
for round up at 0.5 of a penny (0.005), 1 for always round up
or 2 for always round down.
COMPULSORY EAT-IN
T-OUT D-THRU BEFORE
TENDERING
Y or N
Choose Y if you wish to enforce use of one of the
destination keys (EAT-IN, TAKE OUT, or DRIVE THRU)
before the sale is finalized.
HASH IS
Y:NORMAL
ADD
Y or N
Y: Hash adds to all totals except the gross and net sales
totals on the financial report.
N:NON-
N: Hash doees not add to any totals, except the HASH
total on the financial report.
ALLOW PRINT SCREEN
ON @/FOR KEY
Y or N
Choose N if you wish to disable the print screen function of
the @/FOR key.
RESET Z COUNTER
AFTER Z1 REPORT
Y or N
Choose Y or N to determine if you wish to reset the Z
counter after a Z1 of each report listed.
RESET Z COUNTER
AFTER Z2 REPORT
DAILY SALES RPT
Y or N
Choose Y or N to determine if you wish to reset the Z
counter after a Z2 of the daily sales report.
PRINTER PAPER
SENSOR ACTIVE
Y or N
A built in paper sensor determines whether paper is currently
loaded in the printer. If Y, operations are not allowed
without paper loaded. If N, operations are allowed when
paper is out.
FINANCIAL REPORT
TIME REPORT
PLU REPORT
CLERK REPORT
GROUP REPORT
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Program Mode Programming • 147
Option
Entry
Description
DEACTIVATE SPLIT
PRICING
Y or N
If N, both multiplication and split pricing calculations can be
done with the @/FOR key. If Y, only multiplication can
be done with the @/FOR key.
ALLOW DIRECT MULT
Y or N
If Y, you can multiply preset items by simply entering the
quantity, then pressing the preset PLU key.
INVENTORY CNT PGM
Y:ADD CURR. LVL
N:COUNTER REPLACE
CURR LEVEL
Y or N
Choose Y or N to determine whether the quantity of
inventory you enter in the PLU stock program adds to
existing inventory quantity, or whether it replaces the current
inventory quantity.
GLOBAL ENTRY LIMIT
(0-14)
0-14
Enter a digit to determine the number of numeric digits that
can be entered for any register function. Enter 0 for no
limit.
DISABLE PRICE LEVEL
KEY
LEVEL 1:
LEVEL 2:
LEVEL 3:
LEVEL 4:
LEVEL 5:
Y or N
You can choose to disable any of the price level keys here.
PRICE LEVEL IS
0:POP UP AFTER ITEM
1:POP UP AFTER SALE
2:STAYDOWN
0, 1, or 2
If you press a price level key, you have the option of the
level key applying only to the next item (0), having the same
level key apply to any subsequent item registered in the
same transaction (1), or having the same level key apply to
any subsequent item on any subsequent transaction(2).
ELEC. JOURNAL
Y or N
Select Y to enable the electronic journal. The electronic
journal captures in memory what you would print line by
line on a traditional journal. The four options that follow
control the electronic journal feature. The electronic
journal can be read and printed in the X control lock position
or reset and printed in the Z control lock position.
PROMPT OPERATOR
WHEN E.J. IS FULL
Y or N
If the electronic journal is enabled above, select Y if you
wish to display a message to notify the operator when the
journal memory is full.
STOP OPERATIONS WHEN
E.J. IS FULL
Y or N
If the electronic journal is enabled above, select Y if you
wish to stop operations when the journal memory is full.
SEND ONLY NEGATIVE
ENTRIES TO E.J.
Y or N
If the electronic journal is enabled above, select Y if you
wish to capture only transactions with negative entries.
SEND RESET REPORT
TO E.J
Y or N
If the electronic journal is enabled above, select Y if you
wish to capture reset reports.
DIRECT MULT MORE
THAN ONE DIGIT
Y or N
If you allow direct multiplication of a preset PLU, you can
allow only single digit multiplication or multiplication by
more than one digit.
TENDER VALIDATION
Y:AMT TENDERED
N:AMT OF SALE
Y or N
Validation is allowed if an appropriate optional printer is
connected to an RS-232C port. Here you can choose the
content of single line validation
ALLOW PRICE LEVEL
ONLY MGR MODE
Y or N
Choose Y to require the X Mode key to operate the Price
Level keys.
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Option
Entry
EMBEDED PRICE BAR
CODE TYPE 1/3/7
1, 3, or 7
Description
Enables price embedded bar codes:
1 = Type 1 embedded bar codes with a price check sum.
3 = Type 3 embedded bar codes without a check sum.
7 = Choose 7 if you are embedding a weight, rather than a
price. Use weight when different items are sold in bulk,
such as nut/bolts in a hardware store. When a weight
embedded bar code is scanned the weight is displayed and
must be extended by a price at the cash register.
DISPLAY ADD PRICE OF
LINKED ITEMS
Y or N
When Y, the customer display shows a total of the item and
linked item. For example, if PLU is $1.00 and is linked to
PLU2 which is $0.25, the customer display will show $1.25.
ALLOW SALE WITH 0
STOCK
Y or N
When N, inventory PLUs cannot be sold when stock reaches
"0".
ALLOW SWEDISH ROUND
ON SUBT
ON CASH
Y or N
Swedish rounding rounds as below:
.00 - .02 = .00
.03 - .07 = .05
.08 - .09 = .10
ALLOW Z STOCK RPT
Y or N
When N, the operator is not allowed to clear (Z) stock.
PRG DESC BY CODE
Y or N
When N, program descriptors by pressing the appropriate
key on the program overlay. When Y, program descriptors
by typing the code for each descriptor character.
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Program Mode Programming • 149
Print Option Programming
1. At the PGM control lock position menu, press 4 for PRINT OPTION
Programming. The PRINT OPTION pg 1 displays:
2. Refer to "Print Options – Reference Information" on page 153 to make program
entries or changes, press the ENTER key to finalize.
The 1st Print
Option screen.
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 2nd
Print Option
screen.
PRINT OPTION pg 1
PRINT MEDIA TOTALS
ON CLERK REPORT N Å
PRINT TAX SYMBOL Y
PRINT VD MODE AND
RETURN ON REPORT Y
PRINT AUDACTION
ON REPORT
N
PRINT OPTION pg 2
SKIP ZERO TOTALS ON
FINANCIAL REPORT Y Å
SKIP ZERO TOTALS ON
CLERK REPORT
Y
PRT CLERK RPT AFT
FINANCIAL RPT
N
PRT SALE ITEM NO. N
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 3rd
Print Option
screen.
PRINT OPTION pg 3
PRINT PLU WITH ZERO
TOTALS ON REPORT N Å
PRINT SUBTOTAL WHEN
PRESSED
N
PRINT % OF SALES
ON PLU REPORT
N
PRINT CONS. NO.
Y
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 4th
Print Option
screen.
PRINT OPTION pg 4
PRINT DATE
YÅ
PRINT TIME
Y
PRINT MACHINE NO. Y
PRINT CLERK NAME Y
HOME CURRENCY
SYMBOL IS
$
PRINT Z COUNTER
Y
150 • Program Mode Programming
Press ENTER
after making a
change, or press
ENTER to
advance the
arrow to the
next option
without making
a change.
Press PAGE UP
to return to the
previous screen.
NOTE:
Be sure to press
ENTER after
changing a
selection. If you
do not press
ENTER, the
change will not
be accepted.
Press YES/NO
to toggle from
'Y' to 'N' for yes
or no decisions.
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Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 5th
Print Option
screen.
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 6th
Print Option
screen.
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 7th
Print Option
screen.
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 8th
Print Option
screen.
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PRINT OPTION pg 5
PRINT RECEIPT WHEN
SIGN ON/OFF
YÅ
PRINT GRAND TOTAL
ON X REPORT
Y
ON Z REPORT
Y
PRINT OPTION pg 6
PRINT GROSS TOTAL
ON X REPORT
YÅ
ON Z REPORT
Y
PRINT SUBTOTAL W/O
TAX
N
TAX AMOUNT IS
N
Y:COMBINE N:ITEMIZE
PRINT OPTION pg 7
PRINT TAX AMOUNT Y Å
PRT TAXABLE TOTAL N
PRINT TAX % RATE N
VAT BREAKDOWN
N
PRT TRAIN MODE TITLE
IN TRAINING MODE N
PRINT OPTION pg 8
CURRENCY SYMBOL
CONV#1
.Å
CONV#2
.
CONV#3
.
CONV#4
.
Press ENTER
after making a
change, or press
ENTER to
advance the
arrow to the
next option
without making
a change.
Press PAGE UP
to return to the
previous screen.
NOTE:
Be sure to press
ENTER after
changing a
selection. If you
do not press
ENTER, the
change will not
be accepted.
Press YES/NO
to toggle from
'Y' to 'N' for yes
or no decisions.
Program Mode Programming • 151
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 9th
Print Option
screen.
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 10th
Print Option
screen.
PRINT OPTION pg 9
PRT KP ORDER # ON
RECEIPT
YÅ
PRINT PRICE ON KP N
SEND TO KP IN
VOID MODE
Y
SEND TO KP IN
TRAIN MODE
N
PRINT OPTION pg 10
COMBINE LIKE ITEMS
ON KP
NÅ
CONSOLIDATION ON
CHECK TRACK
N
VOLUME UNIT
0
0:GAL
1:LTR
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 11th
Print Option
screen.
PRINT OPTION pg 11
PRINT PREAMBLE
YÅ
PRINT POSTAMBLE
Y
MESG ON RECEIPT
PRINT PREAMBLE
N
PRINT POSTAMBLE
N
ON THE GUEST CHECK
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 12th
Print Option
screen.
PRINT OPTION pg 12
PRINT ON FIN RPT
AVG ITEM/CUST
Y
AVG $/CUST
Y
BUFFER RECEIPT ISSUE
WHEN REC IS ON
N
PRIORITY PRINT BY
GROUP ON KP/KV
NÅ
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 13th
Print Option
screen.
152 • Program Mode Programming
Press ENTER
after making a
change, or press
ENTER to
advance the
arrow to the
next option
without making
a change.
Press PAGE UP
to return to the
previous screen.
PRINT OPTION pg 13
PRINT PLU#
ON RECEIPT
Y
E.J PORT (0/1/2) 0
REPORT PORT(0/1/2)0
PRINT E.J FROM
N
Y:OLDEST N:NEWEST
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Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 14th
Print Option
screen.
PRINT OPTION pg 14
NOT PRINT WHEN
NÅ
POLLING REPORTS
PRINT PLU#
N
ON PLU REPORT
GRAND TOTAL IS
N
Y:NET N:GROSS
Press
PAGE DOWN
to view the 15th
Print Option
screen.
PRINT OPTION pg 15
SEND ORDER TO KP N Å
AT SUBTOTAL
PRINT DATE ON
N
SERV ON HARD CHECK
Press ENTER
after making a
change, or press
ENTER to
advance the
arrow to the
next option
without making
a change.
Press PAGE UP
to return to the
previous screen.
Program Mode Programming • 153
Print Options - Reference Information
Option
Entry
Description
PRINT MEDIA TOTALS ON
CLERK REPORT
Y or N
Select Y to print media totals for each clerk, thus allowing
clerk cash drawer accountability.
PRINT TAX SYMBOL
Y or N
Select N to remove the tax symbol (i.e."T1") from the print
and display.
PRINT VD MODE AND
RETURN ON REPORT
Y or N
Select N to remove the VOID MODE and RETURN totals
from the financial and clerk reports.
PRINT AUDACTION ON
REPORT
Y or N
Select N to remove the AUDACTION total from the
financial and clerk reports.
SKIP ZERO TOTALS ON
FINANCIAL REPORT
Y or N
By default, the register prints only totals with information
other than zero. Select N, if you wish to print the contents
of all the financial report totals, even if the total is zero.
SKIP ZERO TOTALS ON
CLERK REPORT
Y or N
By default, the register prints only totals with information
other than zero. Select N, if you wish to print the contents
of all the clerk report totals, even if the total is zero.
PRT CLERK REPORT AFT
FINANCIAL RPT
Y or N
Select Y if you wish to include the clerk report information
at the end of the financial report.
PRINT PLU WITH ZERO
TOTALS ON REPORT
Y or N
By default, the register prints only totals with information
other than zero. Select Y, if you wish to print the contents
of all the PLUs, even if the total is zero.
PRINT SUBTOTAL WHEN
PRESSED
Y or N
Select Y if you wish the subtotal to print when the SBTL
key is pressed.
PRINT % OF SALES ON
PLU REPORT
Y or N
The register can calculate the percentage of sales represented
by each PLU. Select Y if you wish to print this percentage
on the PLU report. Note: the percentage will print only on
standalone register reports, not IRC report.
PRINT CONS. NO.
Y or N
The consecutive number (also referred to as the transaction
counter, or receipt counter) normally prints on each receipt.
Select N if you do not wish to print this counter.
PRINT DATE
Y or N
Select N if you wish to delete the printing of the date.
PRINT TIME
Y or N
Select N if you wish to delete the printing of the time.
PRINT MACHINE NO.
Y or N
If you are using more than one cash register, you can
identify the specific register where a receipt was printed.
Enter Y if you wish to print the register number on the
receipt.
PRINT CLERK NAME
Y or N
Select N if you wish to delete the printing of the clerk name
on the receipt.
HOME CURRENCY SYM
$
Users outside of the USA can designate a different currency
symbol. To select a different symbol, press the symbol you
wish to use on the Alpha Keyboard overlay. When this
field is selected, press 00 to display a list of optional
symbols.
PRINT Z COUNTER
Y or N
Select N if you wish to delete the printing of the reset
counter on Z reports.
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Option
Entry
Description
PRINT RECEIPT WHEN
SIGN ON/OFF
Y or N
Select N if you do not wish to print a receipt when signing
on or off a clerk.
PRINT GRAND TOTAL
ON X REPORT
ON Z REPORT
Y or N
Select N if you wish to delete the printing of the grand total
on the financial report reading (X report) or financial report
resetting (Z report).
PRINT GROSS TOTAL
ON X REPORT
ON Z REPORT
Y or N
Select N if you wish to delete the printing of the gross sales
total on the financial report reading (X report) or financial
report resetting (Z report).
PRINT SUBTOTAL W/O
TAX
Y or N
If you hand-write credit card slips, you may find it useful to
print the merchandise subtotal. Select Y if you wish to
print the subtotal without tax on the receipt.
TAX AMOUNT IS
Y:COMBINE N:ITEMIZE
Y or N
Select Y if you are calculating and reporting more that one
sales tax rate separately and you wish to print just the total
of multiple taxes rather than itemize each tax on the receipt.
PRINT TAX AMOUNT
Y or N
Select Y if you wish to delete the printing of the tax amount
on the receipt.
PRINT TAXABLE TOTAL
Y or N
Select Y if you wish to print the total of merchandise eligible
for each tax on the receipt.
PRINT TAX % RATE
Y or N
If you are calculating a tax percentage (add-on or VAT),
select Y if you wish to print the tax rate on each receipt.
VAT BREAKDOWN
Y or N
If Y, a breakdown of the VAT eligible sale will print, the net
amount and the VAT amount.
INCLUDE VAT TAX
IN TAX AMT
Y or N
Choose Y to print the VAT tax amount on the receipt, and
include the VAT tax amount with other taxes, if applicable.
PRINT TRAIN MODE
TITLE IN TRAIN MODE
Y or N
When in training mode, the message "TRAIN MODE"
normally prints on each receipt. Select N if you wish to
delete this message.
CURRENCY SYMBOL
CONV.#1
CONV.#2
CONV.#3
CONV.#4
Y or N
If you are using the currency conversion feature, you can
select the appropriate symbol for each foreign currency you
are accepting. To select a different symbol, press the
symbol you wish to use on the Alpha Keyboard overlay.
When one of these fields are selected, press 00 to display a
list of optional symbols.
PRINT KP ORDER # ON
RECEIPT
Y or N
A system wide counter creates an order number for each
kitchen requisition. Choose Y or N to print the order
number on the kitchen printer requisition.
PRINT PRICE ON KP
Y or N
You can choose to print the item with or without its' price on
the kitchen requisition.
SEND TO KP IN
VOID MODE
Y or N
You can choose whether to print or not print registrations in
void mode on kitchen requisitions.
SEND TO KP IN
TRAIN MODE
Y or N
You can choose whether to print or not print registrations in
training mode on kitchen requisitions.
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Program Mode Programming • 155
Option
Entry
Description
COMBINE LIKE ITEMS ON
KP
Y or N
If two of the same items are registered in the same
transaction, you can choose the format on the kitchen
requistion. For example, if Y, "2 HAMBURGERS; if N,
"1 HAMBURGER" and "1 HAMBURGER".
CONSOLIDATION ON
CHECK TRACK
Y or N
Consolidation of like items can be selected for soft guest
check printing. For example, if three rounds of drinks are
served, the check will print "3 TAP BEER" rather than "1
TAP BEER" three times.
VOLUME UNIT
0:GAL 1:LTR
0 or 1
If gallonage is selected in PLU programming, choose gallons
or liters here.
PRINT PREAMBLE
Y or N
Choose whether to print the PREAMBLE on the receipt.
PRINT POSTAMBLE
MESG ON RECEIPT
Y or N
Choose whether to print the POSTAMBLE on the receipt.
PRINT PREAMBLE
Y or N
Choose whether to print the PREAMBLE on the guest
check.
PRINT POSTAMBLE
ON THE GUEST CHECK
Y or N
Choose whether to print the POSTAMBLE on the guest
check.
PRINT ON FIN RPT
AVG ITEM/CUST
AVG $/CUST
Y or N
Choose whether to print the average items per customer
(PLU sales counter/Net sales counter) or the average sales
per customer (Net Sales/Net Sales counter).
BUFFER RECEIPT ISSUE
WHEN REC IN ON
Y or N
Determine whether you can issue a second receipt for the
same transaction with the CASH key
PRIORITY PRINT BY
GROUP ON KP/KV
Y or N
If Y, the order in which items appear on a kitchen requisition
is determined by the group to which the item is assigned, i.e.
items reported to group 1 will print before items reported to
group 2.
PRINT PLU # ON RECEIPT
Y or N
If Y, the PLU number and descriptor will print.
the PLU number will print.
E.J. PORT
0, 1, or 2
Choose a port for a remote printer to print electronic journal
reports instead of the register printer.
REPORT PORT
0, 1, or 2
Choose a port for a remote printer to print reports instead of
the register printer.
PRINT E.J FROM
Y:OLDEST N:NEWEST
Y or N
Y: Prints electronic journal from lowest consecutive
number to highest.
If N, only
N: Prints electronic journal from highest consecutive
number to lowest.
NOT PRINT WHEN
POLLING REPORTS
Y or N
Choose Y if you would like to suppress register printing
when reports are polled.
PRINT PLU #
ON PLU REPORT
Y or N
Determines whether PLU# is displayed on the report.
GRAND TOTAL IS
Y:NET N:GROSS
Y or N
Choose Y if you wish the grand total to accumulate daily net
sales totals. Choose N if you wish the grand total to
accumulate daily gross sales totals.
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Option
Entry
Description
SEND ORDER TO KP
AT SUBTOTAL
Y or N
Choose Y to print orders on the KP when the SUBTOTAL
key is pressed. Choose N to print orders on the KP when
the order is finalized.
PRINT DATE ON
SERV ON HARD CHECK
Y or N
If Y, the posting date will print at every posting on the hard
check.
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Program Mode Programming • 157
Clerk Programming
1. At the PGM control lock position menu, press 6 for CLERK.
NUMBER screen displays:
The CLERK
CLERK NUMBER
CLERK NO ? (1-??) 0 Å
2. Enter the clerk number 1-99, (the actual number of clerks is set in memory
allocation). Press the ENTER key to display the CLERK # programming screen:
Descriptor
Type the descriptor using
the Program Overlay or by
using the descriptor code
method (see page 117.).
The overlay is
automatically activated
when the cursor is
pointing at the DESC
field.
CLERK #1 PROGRAMMING
NAME
Å
PASSWORD
0
DRAWER ASSIGN(0-2)1
Press
ENTER to
advance
the arrow
to the next
option.
3. Refer to "Clerk Programming - Reference Information" to make choices or
changes on the screens provided.
4. After making new entries or changes for a function key, press the CLEAR key to
finalize and return to the PROGRAM MODE screen.
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Clerk Programming - Reference Information
Option
Entry
Description
NAME
Alpha numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor for each clerk. The name you
program will print on the receipt in place of the default CLERK
#1-99. Type the descriptor using the Program Overlay or by
using the descriptor code method (see page 117.) The overlay is
automatically activated when the cursor is pointing at the DESC
field.
PASSWORD
10 digit
number
If you are using a direct or code entry clerk system. The number
you set here is the number you must use to sign on or clock in/out.
DRAWER
0-2
Enter 0 to allow check track operations only. (No cash sales.)
Enter 1 or 2 (with the multiple drawer option) to select which
drawer the clerk will open.
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Function Key Programming
1. From the PGM control lock position menu, press 5 for FUNCTION KEY.
The FUNCTION KEY PROGRAM screen displays:
FUNCTION KEY PROGRAM
PUSH FUNCTION KEY TO
BE PROGRAMMED
2. Press the function key you wish to program.
If the function you wish to program is located on a function look-up key, press the
appropriate function look-up key, then press 1 to select STATUS PROGRAM (meaning you
wish to program the status of the function not the menu assignment of the function look-up
key) then press the digit corresponding to the function you wish to program
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#/NS
1. Press the #/NS key to view the #/NS function key options:
#/NS KEY PROG. È
DESC1 : NOSALE
Å
DESC2 : NON ADD #
KEY DISABLE
N
UNDER MGR CONTROL N
INHIBIT NO SALE
AFTER NON-ADD #
N
2. Press ENTER from the last field or press PAGE DOWN to view the second
page of #/NS function key options:
#/NS KEY PROG. Ç
ENFORCE# ENTRY AT
START OF SALE
NÅ
PRINT ON N/S
Y
NON-ADD# PROHIBIT N
COMP. NON-ADD# MUST
MATCH MAX DIGIT N
MAX DIGIT(0-8)
0
3. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
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#/NO SALE Function Options
Option
Entry
Description
DESC1
Alpha numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor for the no sale function.
default descriptor is NOSALE.
DESC2
Alpha numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor for the non add # function.
default descriptor is NON ADD #.
KEY DISABLE
Y or N
Select Y to disable this function.
UNDER MGR
CONTROL
Y or N
Select Y to allow operation only in manager operation mode.
INHIBIT NO SALE
AFTER NON-ADD #
Y or N
Select Y if you want disable the NO SALE function after a nonadd number is entered.
ENFORCE # ENTRY
AT START OF SALE
Y or N
Select Y if you wish to enforce the entry of a non-add number at
the beginning of each transaction. (For example, to track the
number of customers in each sale, or to identify a customer
number with each sale.)
PRINT ON N/S
Y or N
Select N to stop printing when a NO SALE is performed.
NON-ADD #
PROHIBIT
Y or N
Select Y to disable the non-add # function.
COMP NON-ADD #
MUST MATCH
MAX DIGIT
Y or N
Select Y if you wish all non-add number entries to have the exact
number of digits selected in the MAX DIGIT flag below.
MAX DIGIT (0-8)
0-8
Enter the maximum number of digits for non-add number entry.
Zero (0) means no limit.
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%1 -%5
1. Press the one of the % keys to view the appropriate % function key options:
%1 PROGRAMMING È
DESC : %1
Å
AMOUNT:Y %:N
N
RATE
0.000
KEY DISABLE
N
UNDER MGR CONTROL N
OPEN:Y PRESET:N
N
SALE:Y ITEM:N
N
2. Press ENTER from the last field or press PAGE DOWN to view the second
page of % function key options:
%1 PROGRAMMING
OVERRRIDEABLE
POS.:Y NEG.:N
TAXable BY TAX1
TAXable BY TAX2
TAXable BY TAX3
TAXable BY TAX4
F/S ELIGIBLE
R
NÅ
N
N
N
N
N
N
3. Press ENTER from the last field or press PAGE DOWN to view the next page
of % function key options:
%1 PROGRAMMING R
ALLOW ONLY ONE TIME
SUBTOTAL ENTRY
NÅ
ALLOW MULTIPLE AMT
DISCOUNT(COUPON)
WITHOUT SUBTOTAL N
PRESET OVERIDE IN
MGR ONLY
N
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4. Press ENTER from the last field or press PAGE DOWN to view the last page
of % function key options:
%1 PROGRAMMING Ç
COMPULSORY VALID N Å
5. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
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%1 -%5 Function Options
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
4.
AMOUNT:Y %:N
Y or N
Select Y if you wish this key to apply an amount (as in a
coupon). Select N if you wish this key to apply a percentage
(as in a discount or surcharge).
RATE
5 digit
If the function is an amount, enter an amount from 0 to 999.99.
If not zero, the amount will be the preset coupon amount. If the
function is a percentage, enter a percentage from 0 to 99.999%.
If not zero, the percentage will be the preset percentage
KEY DISABLE
Y or N
Select Y to disable this function.
UNDER MGR
CONTROL
Y or N
Select Y if you do not want the operator use this function in
REGISTER mode. When selected, the function is allowed
only in the X control lock position.
OPEN:Y PRESET:N
Y or N
Select Y if you with the amount or percentage to be entered by
the operator; select N if you with the amount or percentage to be
preset.
SALE:Y ITEM:N
Y or N
Select Y if you wish the amount or percentage to apply to the
sale total. Select N if you wish the amount or percentage to
apply to an item.
OVERRIDEABLE
Y or N
Select Y if you wish to enter a percentage or amount to override
the preset percentage or amount set in the RATE field.
POS.:Y NEG.:N
Y or N
Select Y if you wish the amount or percentage to add to the sale
total. Select N if you wish the amount or percentage to subtract
from the sale.
TAXable BY TAX1
Y or N
Select N to tax any taxable items before the discount or
surcharge is applied (tax the gross amount). Select Y to tax any
taxable items after the discount or surcharge is applied (tax the
net amount).
F/S ELIGIBLE
Y or N
Select Y to reduce (increase) the food stamp subtotal by the
amount of % entry.
ALLOW ONLY ONE
TIME SUBTOTAL
ENTRY
Y or N
If Y, you can enter only a single coupon and you must press the
SBTL key before the coupon entry.
ALLOW MULTIPLE
AMOUNT DISCOUNT
(COUPON) WITHOUT
SUBTOTAL ENTRY
Y or N
If you set a % key to be used for vendor coupons (i.e. amount,
negative and sale status) then choose Y to allow the function to
be operated multiple times, without requiring the SBTL key to
be pressed prior to the coupon entry.
PRESET OVERRIDE
IN MGR ONLY
Y or N
Select Y to allow preset override only in manager operation
mode.
COMPULSORY
VALIDATION
Y or N
Choose Y to enforce validation if an optional printer with
validation capability is connected to an RS-232C port.
TAXable BY TAX2
TAXable BY TAX3
The default descriptors are % 1-
TAXable BY TAX4
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ADD CHECK
1. Press the ADD CHECK key to view the add check function key options:
ADD CHECK PROG. È
DESC : ADDCHK
Å
KEY DISABLE
N
COMPULSORY BEFORE
TENDERING
N
CONSECUTIVE NUMBER
ADVANCED
Y
RCPT CONDENCING
N
2. Press ENTER from the last field or press PAGE DOWN to view the second
page of add check function key options:
ADD CHECK PROG. Ç
EXEMPT TAX 1
NÅ
EXEMPT TAX 2
N
EXEMPT TAX 3
N
EXEMPT TAX 4
N
COMPULSORY VALID N
3. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
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ADD CHECK Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
CHECK.
KEY DISABLE
Y or N
Select Y to disable this function.
COMPULSORY
BEFORE
TENDERING
Y or N
Select Y if you want to force the operator to use the ADD CHECK
function before tendering.
CONSECUTIVE
NUMBER
ADVANCED
Y or N
Select Y if you want to advance the consecutive number each time
the ADD CHECK key is used.
RCPT
CONDENCING
Y or N
Select Y if you want to delete the preamble and postamble each
time the ADD CHECK key is used.
EXEMPT TAX 1
Y or N
Select Y to exempt the appropriate tax automatically when finalized
with this key.
Y or N
Choose Y to enforce validation if an optional printer with validation
capability is connected to an RS-232C port.
EXEMPT TAX 2
The default descriptor is ADD
EXEMPT TAX 3
EXEMPT TAX 4
COMPULSORY
VALIDATION
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CANCEL
1. Press the CANCEL key to view the cancel function key options:
CANCEL KEY PROG.
DESC : CANCEL
Å
KEY HALO
0.00
(0 : NO LIMIT)
KEY DISABLE
N
UNDER MGR CONTROL N
2. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
CANCEL Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
CANCEL.
HALO
7 digit amount
You can limit errors by setting the maximum amount that can be
used with this function. "0" means that there is no entry limit.
KEY DISABLE
Y or N
Select Y to disable this function.
UNDER MGR
CONTROL
Y or N
Select Y if you do not want the operator use this function in
REGISTER mode. When selected, the function is allowed only
in the X control lock position.
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The default descriptor is
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CASH
1. Press the CASH key to view the cash function key options:
CASH KEY PROG. È
DESC : CASH
Å
HALO
0.00
(0 : NO LIMIT)
AMT TEND COMP.
N
OVER/UNDER TENDER
IN MGR CONTROL
N
DISABLE UNDER TND.N
2. Press ENTER from the last field or press PAGE DOWN to view the second
page of cash function key options:
CASH KEY PROG.
DOES DRAWER OPEN
EXEMPT TAX 1
EXEMPT TAX 2
EXEMPT TAX 3
EXEMPT TAX 4
COMPULSORY VALID
Ç
YÅ
N
N
N
N
N
3. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
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CASH Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
HALO
7 digit amount
You can limit errors by setting the maximum amount that can be
tendered. "0" means that there is no entry limit.
AMOUNT TEND
COMP.
Y or N
Select Y if you want to force the operator to enter the tendered
amount and let the register calculate the change.
OVER/UNDER
TENDER IN MGR
CONTROL
Y or N
Select Y if you do not want the operator to tender more than the
amount of the sale and issue change. When selected, over and
under tendering is allowed only in the X control lock position.
DISABLE UNDER
TEND.
Y or N
Select Y if you do not want the operator to tender less than the
amount of the sale.
DOES DRAWER
OPEN
Y or N
Select N if you do not want the drawer to opened with this key.
EXEMPT TAX 1
Y or N
Select Y to exempt the appropriate tax automatically when
finalized with this key.
Y or N
Choose Y to enforce validation if an optional printer with
validation capability is connected to an RS-232C port.
EXEMPT TAX 2
The default descriptor is CASH.
EXEMPT TAX 3
EXEMPT TAX 4
COMPULSORY
VALIDATION
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CHARGE 1-8
1. Press one of the CHARGE key to view the appropriate charge function key
options:
CHARGE 1 PROG. È
DESC : CHARGE1
Å
KEY HALO
0.00
(0 : NO LIMIT)
AMOUNT TEND COMP. N
OVER/UNDER TENDER
IN MGR CONTROL
N
DISABLE UNDER TND.N
2. Press ENTER from the last field or press PAGE DOWN to view the second
page of charge function key options:
CHARGE 1 PROG.
DOES DRAWER OPEN
ALLOW OVER TEND
NON-ADD # COMP.
EXEMPT TAX 1
EXEMPT TAX 2
EXEMPT TAX 3
EXEMPT TAX 4
R
NÅ
N
N
N
N
N
N
3. Press ENTER from the last field or press PAGE DOWN to view the last page of
charge function key options:
CHARGE 1 PROG. Ç
COMPULSORY VALID N Å
LAN TRAN
N
LAN TRAN ACTION
CODE (0-8)
0
4. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
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CHARGE 1-8 Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
CHARGE 1-8.
HALO
7 digit amount
You can limit errors by setting the maximum amount that can be
tendered. "0" means that there is no entry limit.
AMOUNT TEND
COMP.
Y or N
Select Y if you want to force the operator to enter the tendered
amount and let the register calculate the change.
OVER/UNDER
TENDER IN MGR
CONTROL
Y or N
Select Y if you do not want the operator to tender more than the
amount of the sale and issue change. When selected, over
tendering is allowed only in the X control lock position.
DISABLE UNDER
TEND.
Y or N
Select Y if you do not want the operator to tender less than the
amount of the sale.
DOES DRAWER
OPEN
Y or N
Select N if you do not want the drawer to opened with this key.
ALLOW OVER
TEND.
Y or N
Select Y if you wish to allow tender greater than the amount of the
sale.
NON-ADD # COMP.
Y or N
Select Y if you wish to enforce the entry of a non-add number
prior to tendering.
EXEMPT TAX 1
Y or N
Select Y to exempt the appropriate tax automatically when
finalized with this key.
COMPULSORY
VALIDATION
Y or N
Choose Y to enforce validation if an optional printer with
validation capability is connected to an RS-232C port.
LAN TRAN
Y or N
Set to Y if connected to a Lan Tran credit authorization terminal.
LAT TRAN ACTION
CODE
0-8
EXEMPT TAX 2
The default descriptors are
EXEMPT TAX 3
EXEMPT TAX 4
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CHECK CASHING
1. Press the CHECK CASHING key to view the check cashing function key
options:
CHECK CASH PROG.
DESC : CHKCASH
Å
KEY HALO
0.00
(0 : NO LIMIT)
KEY DISABLE
N
UNDER MGR CONTROL N
COMPULSORY VALID N
2. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
CHECK CASHING Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
CHKCASH.
HALO
7 digit amount
You can limit errors by setting the maximum amount that can be
used with this function. "0" means that there is no entry limit.
KEY DISABLE
Y or N
Select Y to disable this function.
UNDER MGR
CONTROL
Y or N
Select Y if you do not want the operator use this function in
REGISTER mode. When selected, the function is allowed only
in the X control lock position.
COMPULSORY
VALIDATION
Y or N
Choose Y to enforce validation if an optional printer with validation
capability is connected to an RS-232C port.
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CHECK ENDORSEMENT
1. Press the CHECK ENDORSEMENT key to view the check endorsement
function key options:
CHECK ENDORSEMENT È
DESC : CHKENDOR
Å
KEY DISABLE
N
PRINT CHECK AMT IN
THE ENDORSEMENT N
PRINT OPTION
PRINT DATE
N
PRINT TIME
N
2. Press ENTER from the last field or press PAGE DOWN to view the second
page of check endorsement function key options:
CHECK ENDORSEMENT Ç
PRINT CLERK
NÅ
CONSECUTIVE No. N
3. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
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CHECK ENDORSEMENT Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
CHKENDOR.
KEY DISABLE
Y or N
Select Y to disable this function.
PRINT CHECK AMT
IN THE
ENDORSEMENT
Y or N
Choose Y to print the amount of the check as well as the
endorsement message. Choose N to print only the endorsement
message.
The default descriptor is
Note: A 10 line check endorsement message may be programmed.
See "Endorsement Message" on page 213 for more information.
PRINT OPTION
PRINT DATE
PRINT TIME
PRINT CLERK
CONSECUTIVE
No.
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Y or N
Choose Y or N to determine whether each option prints on the
check endorsement.
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CHECK
1. Press the CHECK key to view the check function key options:
CHECK KEY PROG. È
DESC : CHECK
Å
HALO
0.00
(0 : NO LIMIT)
AMOUNT TEND COMP. N
OVER/UNDER TENDER
IN MGR CONTROL
N
DISABLE UNDER TND.N
2. Press ENTER from the last field or press PAGE DOWN to view the second
page of check function key options:
CHECK KEY PROG.
DOES DRAWER OPEN
EXEMPT TAX 1
EXEMPT TAX 2
EXEMPT TAX 3
EXEMPT TAX 4
COMPULSORY CHECK
ENDORSEMENT
N
N
N
N
N
R
N
3. Press ENTER from the last field or press PAGE DOWN to view the third page
of check function key options:
CHECK KEY PROG. Ç
COMPULSORY VALID N
4. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
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CHECK Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
HALO
7 digit amount
You can limit errors by setting the maximum amount that can be
tendered. "0" means that there is no entry limit.
AMOUNT TEND
COMP.
Y or N
Select Y if you want to force the operator to enter the tendered
amount and let the register calculate the change.
OVER/UNDER
TENDER IN MGR
CONTROL
Y or N
Select Y if you do not want the operator to tender more than the
amount of the sale and issue change. When selected, over
tendering is allowed only in the X control lock position.
DISABLE UNDER
TEND.
Y or N
Select Y if you do not want the operator to tender less than the
amount of the sale.
DOES DRAWER
OPEN
Y or N
Select N if you do not want the drawer to open with this key.
EXEMPT TAX 1
Y or N
Select Y to exempt the appropriate tax automatically when
finalized with this key.
COMPULSORY
CHECK
ENDORSEMENT
Y or N
Choose Y to enforce check endorsement if an optional printer with
endorsement capability is connected to an RS-232C port.
COMPULSORY
VALIDATION
Y or N
Choose Y to enforce validation if an optional printer with
validation capability is connected to an RS-232C port.
EXEMPT TAX 2
The default descriptor is CHECK.
EXEMPT TAX 3
EXEMPT TAX 4
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CHECK #
1. Press the CHECK TRACK # key to view the check track function key options:
CHECK TRACK PROG. È
DESC : CHECK #
Å
KEY DISABLE
N
COMPULSORY FOR ALL
SALES
N
OPENING CLERK HAS
EXCLUSIVE ACCESS N
PRINT ON RECEIPT Y
2. Press ENTER from the last field or press PAGE DOWN to view the second
page of check track function key options:
CHECK TRACK PROG. R
PRINT CHKS ON RP Y Å
ALLOW ONLY ONE CHK
PER TABLE
N
CHECK # ASSIGNED
BY REGISTER
N
DRIVE THRU FEATURE
ENABLED
N
3. Press ENTER from the last field or press PAGE DOWN to view the second
page of check track function key options:
CHECK TRACK PROG. Ç
LENGTH OF CHECK
(0-9)
0
SCAN CHECK #
N
4. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
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CHECK # Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
CHKTRACK.
KEY DISABLE
Y or N
Select Y to disable this function.
COMPULSORY FOR
ALL SALES
Y or N
Select Y you must begin a new, or recall an existing tracking
number before registering items.
OPENING CLERK
HAS EXCLUSIVE
ACCESS
Y or N
If Y, the clerk that begins a tracking number is the only clerk who
can recall a check. If N, any clerk can recall any check.
PRINT ON RECEIPT
Y or N
If N, the check track number and balance will not print on the
receipt.
PRINT ON REMOTE
Y or N
If N, the check track number and balance will not print on the
remote.
ALLOW ONLY ONE
CHK PER TABLE
Y or N
If Y, you can begin only one check with the same table #.
CHECK #
ASSIGNED BY
REGISTER
Y or N
If Y, press the CHECK. # key to automatically assign the next
sequential check. Check numbers will begin with #1 and continue
until the open check report is reset, at which point the check number
will be reset and start at #1 again.
DRIVE THRU
FEATURE
ENABLED
Y or N
If you wish to implement a drive thru recall key, this setting
changes the function of the PBAL key to that of a recall key.
Press the PBAL key directly to automatically recall the open check
with the lowest tracking number
LENGTH OF
CHECK (0-9)
Y or N
Set the length of check in number of digits. For example, if 4,
then checks must be used in the range from 1000, to 9999. This
setting applies only to check numbers input by the operator, not to
check numbers assigned by the register.
SCAN CHECK #
Y or N
Choose Y to allow the check number to be input by a scanner (must
be nine digits or less).
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Program Mode Programming • 179
CURRENCY CONVERSION 1-4
1. Press one of the CURRENCY CONVERSION keys to view the appropriate
currency conversion function key options:
CONVERSION #1 PROG.
DESC : CONV1
Å
RATE
0
NUMBER OF DEC.
0
2. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
CURRENCY CONVERSION 1-4 Program Notes
DESC
Alpha numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor for each foreign currency.
default descriptors are CONV 1-4.
The
RATE
5 digits
Enter the exchange rate of up to 5 digits (do not enter the decimal
point). See the examples on the next page.
NUMBER OF DEC.
1-6
Enter a number from 0 to 6 to indicate the decimal position of the
exchange rate. Count the decimal position from the right. See
the examples below.
Currency Exchange Rate Programming Examples
Note: Foreign currency exchange rates can 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).
RATE:
13720
NUMBER OF DEC.:
5
The US dollar (home currency) is worth 110.24 Japanese Yen (foreign currency).
RATE:
11024
NUMBER OF DEC.:
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EAT-IN
TAKE OUT
DRIVE THRU
1. Press the EAT-IN, TAKE OUT, or DRIVE THRU key to view the appropriate
function key options:
EAT-IN PROG.
DESC : EATIN
EXEMPT TAX 1
EXEMPT TAX 2
EXEMPT TAX 3
EXEMPT TAX 4
COMPULSORY VALID
Å
N
N
N
N
N
2. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
EAT-IN/TAKE OUT/DRIVE THRU Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor. The default descriptors are
EATIN, TAKE OUT and DRIVE THRU.
EXEMPT TAX 1
EXEMPT TAX 2
EXEMPT TAX 3
EXEMPT TAX 4
Y or N
If you wish to automatically exempt a tax for a particular type of
sale, select Y for the appropriate tax. For example, if items are
non-taxable for take out, but taxable for eat-in, set this program to
exempt tax on take out sales.
COMPULSORY
VALIDATION
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Choose Y to enforce validation if an optional printer with validation
capability is connected to an RS-232C port.
Program Mode Programming • 181
ERROR CORRECT
1. Press the ERROR CORRECT key to view the error correct function key
options:
ERR CORRECT PROG.
DESC : ERRCORR
Å
KEY HALO
0.00
(0 : NO LIMIT)
KEY DISABLE
N
UNDER MGR CONTROL N
2. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
ERROR CORRECT Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
ERRCORR.
HALO
7 digit amount
You can limit errors by setting the maximum amount that can be
used with this function. "0" means that there is no entry limit.
KEY DISABLE
Y or N
Select Y to disable this function.
UNDER MGR
CONTROL
Y or N
Select Y if you do not want the operator use this function in
REGISTER mode. When selected, the function is allowed only
in the X control lock position.
182 • Program Mode Programming
The default descriptor is
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F/S TEND
1. Press the F/S TEND key to view the food stamp tender function key options:
FOOD STAMP PROG. È
DESC : F/S TEND
Å
HALO
0.00
EXEMPT TAX 1
N
EXEMPT TAX 2
N
EXEMPT TAX 3
N
EXEMPT TAX 4
N
ALLOW DECIMAL
N
2. Press ENTER from the last field or press PAGE DOWN to view the second
page of food stamp tender function key options:
FOOD STAMP PROG. Ç
CHANGE IS ISSUED
IN CASH
NÅ
DOES DRAWER OPEN N
COMPULSORY VALID N
3. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
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Program Mode Programming • 183
F/S TEND Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
TEND.
HALO
7 digit amount
You can limit errors by setting the maximum amount that can be
used with this function. "0" means that there is no entry limit.
EXEMPT TAX 1
EXEMPT TAX 2
EXEMPT TAX 3
EXEMPT TAX 4
Y or N
If taxes are exempted automatically on food stamp sales (as is most
often the case) select Y for each tax that is actively used and needs
to be exempted.
ALLOW DECIMAL
Y or N
If N, food stamp tender must be in whole dollar amounts, i.e. $1,
$5, or $10. If Y, the tender is allowed in any amount.
CHANGE IS
ISSUED IN CASH
Y or N
If Y, food stamp change less than $1 will be issued in cash.
DOES DRAWER
OPEN
Y or N
Select N if you do not want the drawer to opened with this key.
COMPULSORY
VALIDATION
Y or N
Choose Y to enforce validation if an optional printer with validation
capability is connected to an RS-232C port.
184 • Program Mode Programming
The default descriptor is F/S
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FUNCTION LOOK UP (1-2)
Two function keys (FUNCTION LOOK 1and FUNCTION LOOK 2) are available to
access up to eight functions each. You can use function look up keys to locate functions
that are necessary for your application, but may not fit on the keyboard layout, or to locate
functions that are used only occasionally.
With this program, you can determine which functions are located on each function look up
key, and you can also access these functions for option programming.
1. Press the FUNCTION LOOK UP 1 or FUNCTION LOOK UP 2 key to view
the appropriate function program menu screen:
FUNC #1 PROGRAM
0. MENU ASSIGNMENT
1. STATUS PROGRAM
2. Press 0 to select the menu assignment on the function look-up key or press 1 to
program the options for a function on the function look-up key. If you are
programming function key options, refer to each function separately in this
chapter to set function options. If you chose 0 to program menu assignment, the
FUNC. # MENU ASSIGN screen displays:
FUNC #1 MENU ASSIGN.
PUSH MENU NUMBER TO
BE PROGRAMMED (1-8)
0Å
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Program Mode Programming • 185
3. Enter the number of the menu position (there are eight functions listed on each
function look up menu) that you wish to edit, press ENTER.
FUNC #1 MENU ASSIGN.
MENU NUMBER :
1
CURRENT ASSIGNMENT
CHARGE1
ENTER NEW FUNC CODE,
PRESS ENTER
0Å
4. Type the code for the function you wish to place on the function look up key
menu, press ENTER. See "Function Key Codes" in the "Service Mode
Programming" chapter, or press PAGE DOWN to view a list of functions and
codes.
5. Go to step 2 above and continue to program menu numbers for the function look
up key, or press ESC to return to the PROGRAM MODE menu.
186 • Program Mode Programming
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GUEST
1. Press the GUEST key to view the guest function key options:
GUEST # PROG.
DESC : GUEST
Å
COMPULSORY FOR
GUEST CHECK
N
COMPULSORY FOR ALL
SALES
N
PRINT AT REMOTE
PRINTER
N
2. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
GUEST Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
COMPULSORY FOR
GUEST CHECK
Y or N
Select Y to enforce an entry into the GUEST # key before a
tracking number can be accessed for the first time.
COMPULSORY FOR
ALL SALES
Y or N
Select Y to enforce an entry into the GUEST # key before an item
can be registered on any sale.
PRINT AT REMOTE
PRINTER
Y or N
Select N if you do not want GUEST # entry to print at the kitchen
printer if items from the same transaction are sent to the KP.
ER-650/650R
The default descriptor is GUEST.
Program Mode Programming • 187
LEVEL 1-5
1. Press one of the LEVEL keys to view the level function key options:
LEVEL 1 PROG.
DESC : LEVEL1
SEND DESCRIPTION
TO KP
Å
N
2. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
LEVEL 1-5 Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
LEVEL1, LEVEL2, etc. .
SEND
DESCRIPTION TO
KP
Y or N
Determines whether the level decriptor prints with the item at the
KP.
188 • Program Mode Programming
The default descriptors are
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MDSE RETURN
1. Press the MDSE RETURN key to view the merchandise return function key
options:
RETURN KEY PROG.
DESC : MDSE RETURN Å
KEY HALO
0.00
(0 : NO LIMIT)
KEY DISABLE
N
UNDER MGR CONTROL N
2. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
MDSE RETURN Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
RETURN.
HALO
7 digit amount
You can limit errors by setting the maximum amount that can be
used with this function. "0" means that there is no entry limit.
KEY DISABLE
Y or N
Select Y to disable this function.
UNDER MGR
CONTROL
Y or N
Select Y if you do not want the operator use this function in
REGISTER mode. When selected, the function is allowed only
in the X control lock position.
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The default descriptor is MDSE
Program Mode Programming • 189
MODIFIER 1-5
1. Press one of the MODIFIER keys to view the appropriate modifier function key
options:
MOD 1 PROG.
DESC : MOD1
UNDER MGR CONTROL
AFFECT PLU #
PRINT ON CHECK
PRINT ON RECEIPT
AFFECT DIGIT 1-14
OF PLU#
È
Å
N
N
N
N
0
2. Press ENTER from the last field or press PAGE DOWN to view the second
page of modifier function key options:
MOD 1 PROG.
Ç
VALUE OF AFFECTED
DIGIT(0-9)
0Å
SEND DESCRIPTION
TO KP
N
3. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
190 • Program Mode Programming
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MODIFIER 1-5 Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
- MOD5.
UNDER MGR
CONTROL
Y or N
Select Y if you do not want the operator use this function in
REGISTER mode. When selected, the function is allowed only
in the X control lock position.
AFFECT PLU #
Y or N
Select Y, if you wish the modifier entry to modify the PLU and
cause a different item/price to be registered. Select N to only add
the modifier descriptor.
PRINT ON CHECK
Y or N
Select N to supress printing of the modifier descriptor on the guest
check.
PRINT ON RECEIPT
Y or N
Select N to supress printing of the modifier descriptor on the
receipt.
AFFECT DIGIT 1-14
1-14
Preceding a PLU with a Size and/or Modifier key manipulates the
PLU code assigned to the PLU key, causing a different PLU to be
registered when the PLU key is pressed. Enter the digit of the
PLU number you wish to be changed when using this key. (Digit
#1 is the rightmost digit; digit #14 is the leftmost digit.)
VALUE OF
AFFECTED DIGIT
(0-9)
0-9
Enter the value you wish to be added in the digit position selected.
For example, if you wish to affect PLU digit #4 with a value of 1,
then pressing this modifier key prior to the registration of PLU #17
will result in the registration of PLU #1017.
SEND
DESCRIPTION TO
KP
Y or N
Determines whether the modifier descriptor prints with the item at
the KP. (The modifier descriptor will print immediately above the
item.)
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The default descriptors are MOD1
Program Mode Programming • 191
PBAL
1. Press the PBAL key to view the previous balance function key options:
PREVIOUS BAL. PROG.
DESC : PBAL
Å
ENTER ANY TIME
N
REQUIRE AT START OF
SALE
N
2. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
PBAL Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
ENTER ANY TIME
Y or N
Select Y to allow the PBAL entry at any time.
PBAL entry only at the start of a sale.
REQUIRE AT
START OF SALE
Y or N
Select Y to require an entry into the PBAL key at the start of every
transaction.
192 • Program Mode Programming
The default descriptor is PBAL.
Select N to allow a
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PAID OUT 1-3
1. Press one of the PAID OUT keys to view the paid out function key options:
PO #1 KEY PROG.
DESC : PO1
Å
KEY HALO
0.00
(0 : NO LIMIT)
KEY DISABLE
N
UNDER MGR CONTROL N
COMPULSORY VALID N
2. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
PAID OUT 1-3 Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
HALO
7 digit amount
You can limit errors by setting the maximum amount that can be
used with this function. "0" means that there is no entry limit.
KEY DISABLE
Y or N
Select Y to disable this function.
UNDER MGR
CONTROL
Y or N
Select Y if you do not want the operator use this function in
REGISTER mode. When selected, the function is allowed only
in the X control lock position.
COMPULSORY
VALIDATION
Y or N
Choose Y to enforce validation if an optional printer with validation
capability is connected to an RS-232C port.
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The default descriptors are PO 1-3.
Program Mode Programming • 193
PRINT CHECK
1. Press the PRINT CHECK key to view the print check function key options:
PRINT CHECK PROG.
DESC : PRINT CHECK Å
CHECK PRINT
COM PORT #(0-2) 0
AUTO SERVICE CHK N
PRT CHECK ON RECP N
SKIP PRT OF CONSEC#
ON CHECK
N
2. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
PRINT CHECK Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
CHECK.
CHECK PRINT
COMM PORT # (0-2)
0-2
Select the port (1 or 2) where the check print printer is attached.
0 is selected, the check will print on the receipt printer.
AUTO SERVICE
CHK
Y or N
Select Y if you want the Check Print function to automatically
service the check.
PRT CHECK ON
RECP
Y or N
Select Y if you want the Check Print function to print on the receipt
printer.
SKIP PRT OF
CONSEC# ON
CHECK
Y or N
Select Y if you wish to delete the printing of the consecutive # on
the guest check.
194 • Program Mode Programming
The default descriptor is PRINT
If
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PROMO
1. Press the PROMO key to view the promotion function key options:
PROMO PROG.
DESC : PROMO
KEY DISABLE
UNDER MGR CONTROL
TAXABLE BY TAX1
TAXABLE BY TAX2
TAXABLE BY TAX3
TAXABLE BY TAX4
Å
N
N
N
N
N
N
2. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
PROMO Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
KEY DISABLE
Y or N
Select Y to disable this function.
UNDER MGR
CONTROL
Y or N
Select Y if you do not want the operator use this function in
REGISTER mode. When selected, the function is allowed only
in the X control lock position.
TAXABLE BY
TAX1
TAXABLE BY
TAX2
TAXABLE BY
TAX3
TAXABLE BY
TAX4
Y or N
If an item is taxable, and you wish to remove taxes and an item's
cost when using the PROMO key, set the taxable status for the
appropriate tax to Y.
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The default descriptor is PROMO.
Program Mode Programming • 195
RECD ON ACCT 1-3
1. Press one of the RECD ON ACCT keys to view the received on account
function key options:
RA #1 KEY PROG.
DESC : RA1
Å
KEY HALO
0.00
(0 : NO LIMIT)
KEY DISABLE
N
UNDER MGR CONTROL N
COMPULSORY VALID N
2. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
RECD ON ACCT 1-3 Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
3.
HALO
7 digit amount
You can limit errors by setting the maximum amount that can be
used with this function. "0" means that there is no entry limit.
KEY DISABLE
Y or N
Select Y to disable this function.
UNDER MGR
CONTROL
Y or N
Select Y if you do not want the operator use this function in
REGISTER mode. When selected, the function is allowed only
in the X control lock position.
COMPULSORY
VALIDATION
Y or N
Choose Y to enforce validation if an optional printer with validation
capability is connected to an RS-232C port.
196 • Program Mode Programming
The default descriptors are RA 1-
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SCALE
1. Press the SCALE key to view the scale function key options:
SCALE KEY PROG. È
DESC : SCALE
Å
KEY DISABLE
N
UNDER MGR CONTROL N
KEY IS MAN. ENTRY N
TARE-WEIGHT COMP. N
WEIGHT SYMBOL FOR
MAN (N:lb Y:kg) N
2. Press ENTER from the last field or press PAGE DOWN to view the second
page of scale function key options:
SCALE KEY PROG. Ç
ALLOW DOLLAR ENTRYN Å
W/O SCALE ON
SCALEABLE ITEM
3. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
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Program Mode Programming • 197
SCALE Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
KEY DISABLE
Y or N
Select Y to disable this function.
UNDER MGR
CONTROL
Y or N
Select Y if you do not want the operator use this function in
REGISTER mode. When selected, the function is allowed only
in the X control lock position.
KEY IS MAN.
ENTRY
Y or N
Select Y if you wish to scale key to enter a manual weight. Select
N if you wish to automatically recall the weight from the attached
scale.
TARE-WEIGHT
COMP.
Y or N
Select Y if you wish to enforce the subtraction of a tare weight on
the scale entry.
WEIGHT SYMBOL
FOR MAN (N:LB
Y:KG)
Y or N
Select Y if you wish to use the weight symbol Kg (kilogram) for
weights entered manually.
ALLOW DOLLAR
ENTRY W/O SCALE
ON SCALEABLE
ITEM
Y or N
If N, you must use the scale to register scaleable PLU items. If Y,
you can either register scaleable items by weight extension, or by
price entry.
198 • Program Mode Programming
The default descriptor is SCALE.
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SERVICE
1. Press the SERVICE key to view the service function key options:
SERVICE KEY PROG. È
DESC : SERVICE
Å
NON-ADD # COMP
N
PRINT ON RECEIPT Y
NEGATIVE BALANCE
IN MGR CONTROL
N
CALCULATE TAX1
Y
CALCULATE TAX2
Y
2. Press ENTER from the last field or press PAGE DOWN to view the second
page of service function key options:
SERVICE KEY PROG. Ç
CALCULATE TAX3
YÅ
CALCULATE TAX4
Y
COMPULSORY VALID N
HARD CHECK PRINTER
PORT(0-2)
0
3. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
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Program Mode Programming • 199
SERVICE Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
SERVICE.
NON-ADD # COMP
Y or N
Select Y if you wish to force the entry of a non-add number (i.e. a
tax exempt #) before the key is used
PRINT ON RECEIPT
Y or N
Select N to not print on the receipt.
Y or N
Select Y if you do not want the operator use this function in
REGISTER mode. When selected, the function is allowed only
in the X control lock position.
Y or N
Select Y to calculate and add the appropriate tax automatically
when finalized with this key.
Y or N
Choose Y to enforce validation if an optional printer with validation
capability is connected to an RS-232C port.
0-2
If you are using a hard check system, enter the RS232C port
number (1 or 2) where the optional guest check printer is attached.
NEGATIVE
BALANCE IN MGR
CONTROL
CALCULATE TAX1
CALCULATE TAX2
CALCULATE TAX3
CALCULATE TAX4
COMPULSORY
VALIDATION
HARD CHECK
PRINTER PORT
(0-2)
200 • Program Mode Programming
The default descriptor is
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TABLE
1. Press the TABLE key to view the table # function key options:
TABLE # PROG.
DESC : TABLE
ENFORCE ON CHECK
TRACK
ENFORCE ON ALL
SALES
PRINT AT REMOTE
PRINTER
Å
N
N
N
2. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
TABLE Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
ENFORCE ON
CHECK TRACK
Y or N
If Y, you must enter the table number before opening a new check
track #.
ENFORCE ON ALL
SALES
Y or N
If Y, you must enter the table number before beginning any
transaction.
PRINT AT REMOTE
PRINTER
Y or N
Choose Y to print the table number at the remote printer.
ER-650/650R
The default descriptor is TABLE.
Program Mode Programming • 201
TARE
1. Press the TARE key to view the Tare function key options:
TARE KEY PROG.
DESC : TARE
Å
KEY DISABLE
N
UNDER MGR CONTROL N
#5 IS MANUAL TARE N
2. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
TARE Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
KEY DISABLE
Y or N
Select Y to disable this function.
UNDER MGR
CONTROL
Y or N
Select Y if you do not want the operator use this function in
REGISTER mode. When selected, the function is allowed only
in the X control lock position.
#5 IS MANUAL
TARE
Y or N
Choose Y to use tare number five to manually enter a tare weight.
202 • Program Mode Programming
The default descriptor is TARE.
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TAX EXEMPT
1. Press the TAX EXEMPT key to view the tax exempt function key options:
TAX EXEMPT PROG.
DESC : TAXEXMT
Å
EXEMPT TAX 1
N
EXEMPT TAX 2
N
EXEMPT TAX 3
N
EXEMPT TAX 4
N
NON-ADD# COMP
N
COMPULSORY VALID N
2. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
TAX EXEMPT Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
TAXEXMT.
EXEMPT TAX 1
EXEMPT TAX 2
EXEMPT TAX 3
EXEMPT TAX 4
Y or N
Select Y or N for each tax to determine which tax or taxes are
exempted when this key is used.
NON-ADD # COMP
Y or N
Select Y if you wish to force the entry of a non-add number (i.e. a
tax exempt #) before the key is used.
COMPULSORY
VALIDATION
Y or N
Choose Y to enforce validation if an optional printer with validation
capability is connected to an RS-232C port.
ER-650/650R
The default descriptor is
Program Mode Programming • 203
TIME IN/OUT
1. Press the TIME IN/OUT key to view the time in/out function key options:
TIME IN/OUT PROG.
DESC : TIME IN/OUT Å
KEY DISABLE
N
UNDER MGR CONTROL N
COMPULSORY VALID N
2. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
TIME IN/OUT Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
TIME IN/OUT .
KEY DISABLE
Y or N
Select Y to disable this function.
UNDER MGR
CONTROL
Y or N
Select Y if you do not want the operator use this function in
REGISTER mode. When selected, the function is allowed only
in the X control lock position.
COMPULSORY
VALIDATION
Y or N
Choose Y to enforce validation if an optional printer with validation
capability is connected to an RS-232C port.
204 • Program Mode Programming
The default descriptor is
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TIP
1. Press the TIP key to view the tip function key options:
TIP KEY PROG.
DESC : TIP
KEY DISABLE
UNDER MGR CONTROL
TYPE IS
%:1 AMOUNT:0
ADD TAX RATE 1
ADD TAX RATE 2
È
Å
N
N
0
N
N
2. Press ENTER from the last field or press PAGE DOWN to view the second
page of tip function key options:
TIP KEY PROG. Ç
ADD TAX RATE 3
NÅ
ADD TAX RATE 4
N
AMT ADDED TO
NET & GROSS TOT N
3. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
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Program Mode Programming • 205
TIP Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
KEY DISABLE
Y or N
Select Y to disable this function.
TYPE IS
%:1 AMOUNT:0
0 or 1
Select 0 if the tip is to be a calculated percentage based on a
percentage entry. Select 1 if the TIP is to be an amount entry.
ADD TAX RATE 1
ADD TAX RATE 2
ADD TAX RATE 3
ADD TAX RATE 4
Y or N
Choose Y to if tax is to calculated and added on the tip amount.
AMT ADDED TO
NET AND GROSS
TOT
Y or N
Choose Y if you wish to add the TIP total to the NET and GROSS
sales totals on the financial report.
206 • Program Mode Programming
The default descriptor is TIP.
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VALIDATE
1. Press the VALIDATE key to view the validate function key options:
VALID KEY PROG.
DESC : VALIDATION
SLIP OUTPUT
COM PORT #(0-2)
KEY DISABLE
ALLOW MULTIPLE
VALID?
Å
0
N
N
2. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
VALIDATE Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
VALIDATION.
SLIP OUTPUT
COMM PORT # (0-2)
0, 1, or 2
If validation is used, identify the communications port (1 or 2)
where the validating printer is attached. Enter 0 if validation is not
used.
KEY DISABLE
Y or N
Select Y to disable this function.
ALLOW MULTIPLE
VALID?
Y or N
Select Y to allow multiple validations of the same transaction.
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The default descriptor is
Program Mode Programming • 207
VOID ITEM
1. Press the VOID ITEM key to view the void item function key options:
VOID KEY PROG.
DESC : VOID
Å
KEY HALO
0.00
(0 : NO LIMIT)
KEY DISABLE
N
UNDER MGR CONTROL N
2. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
VOID ITEM Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
HALO
7 digit amount
You can limit errors by setting the maximum amount that can be
used with this function. "0" means that there is no entry limit.
KEY DISABLE
Y or N
Select Y to disable this function.
UNDER MGR
CONTROL
Y or N
Select Y if you do not want the operator use this function in
REGISTER mode. When selected, the function is allowed only
in the X control lock position.
208 • Program Mode Programming
The default descriptor is VOID.
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WASTE
1. Press the WASTE key to view the waste function key options:
WASTE PROG.
DESC : WASTE
Å
KEY HALO
0.00
(0 : NO LIMIT)
KEY DISABLE
N
UNDER MGR CONTROL N
COMPULSORY VALID N
2. Press ENTER from the last field to return to the FUNCTION KEY
PROGRAM screen, or press ESC at any time to return to the FUNCTION
KEY PROGRAM screen without saving changes.
WASTE Key Program Notes
Option
Entry
Description
DESC
Alpha
numeric
12 character
You can program a descriptor.
HALO
7 digit amount
You can limit errors by setting the maximum amount that can be
used with this function. "0" means that there is no entry limit.
KEY DISABLE
Y or N
Select Y to disable this function.
UNDER MGR
CONTROL
Y or N
Select Y if you do not want the operator use this function in
REGISTER mode. When selected, the function is allowed only
in the X control lock position.
COMPULSORY
VALIDATION
Y or N
Choose Y to enforce validation if an optional printer with validation
capability is connected to an RS-232C port.
ER-650/650R
The default descriptor is WASTE.
Program Mode Programming • 209
Logo Descriptor
♦ From the PGM control lock position menu, press 7 for LOGO DESC.
LOGO DESC. PROGRAM screen displays:
The
LOGO DESC. PROGRAM
0. PREAMBLE
1. POSTAMBLE
2. ENDORSEMENT MESG.
3. FINANCIAL REPORT
4. CLERK REPORT
5. MACRO NAME
210 • Program Mode Programming
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Preamble
The preamble is a programming message of up to six lines of 32 characters that appears at the
top of each receipt and/or guest check.
1. From the LOGO DESC. PROGRAM screen, press 0 to display the
PREAMBLE screen:
PREAMBLE
LINE 1 :
LINE 2 :
↓
Å
LINE 3 :
2. Using the alpha numeric keyboard overlay, type the first line of the message.
You can also program by using the descriptor code method (see page 117.)
Each line can be up to 32 characters, although only the last 19 characters you
have entered will display. If you make a mistake, press the BACKSPACE key
to erase the previous character. After you have completed typing the first line,
press ENTER to accept the new line and advance to the second line, or press
ESC to return to the LOGO DESC. PROGRAM screen without making any
changes.
3. Using the same procedure, continue programming each line as necessary. Press
ESC at any time to exit. After programming the third line, the fourth, fifth, and
sixth lines display:
PREAMBLE
LINE 4 :
LINE 5 :
↑
Å
LINE 6 :
4. When the last line has been entered, press ENTER to accept the line and return
to the LOGO DESC. PROGRAM screen.
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Postamble
The postamble is a programming message of up to six lines of 32 characters that appears at
the bottom of each receipt and/or guest check.
1. From the LOGO DESC. PROGRAM screen, press 0 to display the
POSTAMBLE screen:
POSTAMBLE
LINE 1 :
LINE 2 :
↓
Å
LINE 3 :
2. Using the alpha numeric keyboard overlay, type the first line of the message.
You can also program by using the descriptor code method (see page 117.)
Each line can be up to 32 characters, although only the last 19 characters you
have entered will display. If you make a mistake, press the BACKSPACE key
to erase the previous character. After you have completed typing the first line,
press ENTER to accept the new line and advance to the second line, or press
ESC to return to the LOGO DESC. PROGRAM screen without making any
changes.
3. Using the same procedure, continue programming each line as necessary. Press
ESC at any time to exit. After programming the third line, the fourth, fifth and
sixth lines display:
POSTAMBLE
LINE 4 :
LINE 5 :
↑
Å
LINE 6 :
4. When the last line has been entered, press ENTER to accept the line and return
to the LOGO DESC. PROGRAM screen.
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Endorsement Message
The Endorsement Message is a programming message of up to ten lines of 32 characters that
prints when a check is endorsed on an optional slip printer.
1. From the LOGO DESC. PROGRAM screen, press 2 to display the
ENDORSEMENT MESG. Screen:
ENDORSEMENT MESG. ↓
LINE 1 :
LINE 2 :
Å
LINE 3 :
2. Using the alpha numeric keyboard overlay, type the first line of the message.
You can also program by using the descriptor code method (see page 117.)
Each line can be up to 32 characters, although only the last 19 characters you
have entered will display. If you make a mistake, press the BACKSPACE key
to erase the previous character. After you have completed typing the first line,
press ENTER to accept the new message and advance to the second line, or press
ESC to return to the LOGO DESC. PROGRAM screen without making any
changes.
3. Using the same procedure, continue programming each line as necessary. Press
ESC at any time to exit. After programming the third line, the next three lines
display:
ENDORSEMENT MESG. LINE 4 :
LINE 5 :
Å
LINE 6 :
4. Continue programming all ten lines if necessary. When the last line has been
entered, press ENTER to accept the message and return to the LOGO DESC.
PROGRAM screen.
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Financial Report
The Financial Report selection allows you to reprogram the descriptors that appear with the
Financial Report totals and counters. For example, the first total on the financial report
"+PLU TTL" represents the total of all positive PLU entries. You might wish to re-label
this total to say "FOOD SALES". You can reprogram any of the Financial Report totals
listed here with any 12-character descriptor.
1. From the LOGO DESC. PROGRAM screen, press 3 to display the
FINANCIAL REP MESG. Screen:
FINANCIAL REP MESG. ↓
TTL 1 :
+PLU TTL
Å
TTL 2 :
-PLU TTL
TTL 3 :
ADJST TTL
2. The first 3 report descriptors (TTLs 1-3) display with the cursor arrow pointing at
the first descriptor. Using the alpha numeric keyboard overlay, type the
descriptor. You can also program by using the descriptor code method (see
page 117.) Each descriptor can be up to 12 characters. If you make a mistake,
press the BACKSPACE key to erase the previous character. After you have
completed typing the first descriptor, press ENTER to accept the new message
and advance to the TTL, or press ESC to return to the LOGO DESC.
PROGRAM screen without making any changes.
3. Press ENTER repeatedly, or press PAGE UP and/or PAGE DOWN to locate
the next descriptor you wish to program. After the last item on each screen, the
screen shifts to display the next 3 descriptors. (There are 73 Financial Report
descriptors that you may program.) Using the same procedure, continue
programming each line as necessary. Press ESC at any time to exit and return
to the LOGO DESC. PROGRAM screen.
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Clerk Report
The Clerk Report selection allows you to reprogram the descriptors that appear with the Clerk
Report totals and counters. For example, the first total on the clerk report "NET SALES"
might be re-labeled to say "GROSS SALES". You can reprogram any of the Financial
Report totals listed here with any 12-character descriptor.
1. From the LOGO DESC. PROGRAM screen, press 4 to display the CLERK
REP MESG. Screen:
CLERK REP MESG. ↓
TTL 1 :
NET SALE
Å
TTL 2 :
NONTAX
TTL 3 :
TAX1 SALES
2. The first 3 report descriptors (TTLs 1-3) display with the cursor arrow pointing at
the first message. Using the alpha numeric keyboard overlay, type the
descriptor. You can also program by using the descriptor code method (see
page 117.) Each descriptor can be up to 12 characters. If you make a mistake,
press the BACKSPACE key to erase the previous character. After you have
completed typing the first descriptor, press ENTER to accept the new message
and advance to the TTL, or press ESC to return to the LOGO DESC.
PROGRAM screen without making any changes.
3. Press ENTER repeatedly, or press PAGE UP and/or PAGE DOWN to locate
the next descriptor you wish to program. After the last item on each screen, the
screen shifts to display the next 3 descriptors. (There are 52 Clerk Report
descriptors that you can program.) Using the same procedure, continue
programming each line as necessary. Press ESC at any time to exit and return
to the LOGO DESC. PROGRAM screen.
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Macro Name
Up to ten function locations may be designated as Macro keys. You may wish to program a
name for a macro if the macro function appears on a function look-up key. For example if a
macro executes a series of commands to produce daily reports, you can program the
descriptor "DAILY", so the macro can easily be itentifed when it appears on the function
look up key. Macro names can also be helpful when looking at keyboard layout information
with the PC communication utility, SAM 65.
1. From the LOGO DESC. PROGRAM screen, press 5 to display the MACRO
NAME Screen:
MACRO
MACRO 1
MACRO1
MACRO 2
MACRO2
MACRO 3
MACRO3
NAME DESC. ↓
:
Å
:
:
2. Using the alpha numeric keyboard overlay, type the descriptor. You can also
program by using the descriptor code method (see page 117.) Each descriptor
can be up to 12 characters. If you make a mistake, press the BACKSPACE key
to erase the previous character. After you have completed typing the first
descriptor, press ENTER to accept the new message and advance to the TTL, or
press ESC to return to the LOGO DESC. PROGRAM screen without making
any changes.
3. Press ENTER repeatedly, or press PAGE UP and/or PAGE DOWN to locate
the next macro descriptor you wish to program. After the last item on each
screen, the screen shifts to display the next 3 macro descriptors. Using the same
procedure, continue programming each line as necessary. Press ESC at any
time to exit and return to the LOGO DESC. PROGRAM screen.
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NLU Code Number
NLUs are fixed keys on the keyboard (like traditional department keys) that access specific
PLUs.
On the default keyboard, there are 30 NLU keys and the PLU# assigned to the NLU key is
the same, i.e. NLU key number one is PLU #1. However, with this program, you can assign
any PLU number you wish to any one of the 80 possible NLU keys.
1. From the PGM control lock position menu, press 8 for NLU CODE# PGM.
The NLU CODE PROGRAM screen displays:
NLU CODE PROGRAM
PRESS THE NLU KEY ON
THE KEYBOARD YOU
WISH TO PROGRAM
PRESS ESC TO EXIT
2. Press the NLU key on the keyboard you wish to program, or press ESC to exit.
NLU CODE PROGRAM
CURRENT PLU CODE#
1
ENTER
NEW PLU CODE#
0Å
3. The current PLU code number displays. Type the new PLU code number you
wish to use for this NLU key, press ENTER.
4. The NLU CODE PROGRAM screen returns. Continue from step 2 to
program additional NLU keys, or press ESC to exit.
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Download Programs
When multiple registers are connected in an IRC network, you can download programs from
one register to any or all of the remaining registers.
1. From the PGM control lock position menu, press 9 for DOWNLOAD
PROGRAMS. The PROGRAM DOWN screen displays:
PROGRAM DOWN
0. IRC ALL
1. IRC SELECT
2. From the PROGRAM DOWN screen, press 0 if you with to download programs
to all of the registers, then go to step 4. If you wish to download only to
selected registers, press 1:
PROGRAM DOWN
0. IRC ALL
1. IRC SELECT
#
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
YÅY Y N N N N N
3. If you pressed 1 to download to selected registers, the PROGRAM DOWN
screen now displays Y or N for each of the eight possible registers in an IRC
system. For example, if your IRC system consists of 3 registers, the default Y
will display for register 1, 2, and 3. The cursor arrow points at the first register.
Press the YES/NO key to toggle the selection for register #1 to Y or N. Press
ENTER. The cursor arrow moves to #2. Select Y or N for second register.
In this manner you can determine which registers you wish to download
programs to. When you have selected Y or N for the last register, the
PROGRAM DOWN screen appears.
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PROGRAM DOWN
0.PLU
1.GROUP
2.SALES TAX
3.SYSTEM OPTION
4.PRINT OPTION
5.FUNCTION KEYS
6.CLERK
È
4. From the PROGRAM DOWN screen, find the digit that represents the program
you wish to download. Press PAGE DOWN to view the second page of the
PROGRAM DOWN options. Note that 00 downloads all programs.
PROGRAM DOWN
7.LOGO DESC.
8.NLU CODE# PGM.
9.TIME & DATE/MISC
00.ALL
Ç
5. Press the digit that represents your selection. This display will indicate the
number of the machine that the program is downloading to. The printer at the
receiving register will indicate "PROGRAM DOWN" and "PASS" or "FAIL" to
indicate if the download is successful.
Note: If there is a failure in IRC communication, the register that programs are being sent
from will display "TIME OVER" indicating that the IRC retries have been completed and no
communication was possible.
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Clerk In/Out
The Clerk In/Out program allows you to edit actual punch in/out times for the day.
1. From the PGM control lock position menu, press 00 for MORE.
PROGRAM MODE page 2 screen displays.
The
2. From the PROGRAM MODE page 2 screen, press 0 for CLERK I/O.
CLERK NUMBER screen displays:
The
CLERK NUMBER
CLERK NO? (1-??)
0Å
3. Type the number of the clerk you wish to edit and press ENTER to display the
CLERK I/O PROG. screen:
CLERK I/O PROG.
IN 00.00.00 Å 00:00
OUT 00.00.00
00:00
IN 00.00.00
00:00
OUT 00.00.00
00:00
IN 00.00.00
00:00
OUT 00.00.00
00:00
TIME WORKED: 00:00
4. The cursor will point at the date for the first time punch. Press ENTER until
the cursor points at the field you wish to edit. Note that you can edit the last 20
time punches, although only 6 dates/times display on the screen at one time.
When you leave the last field displayed on the current screen, your view will
shift to the next 6 dates/times
•
If you wish to edit a date, type a new date and press ENTER. Be sure to
enter the date in a six digit format, i.e. enter July 8th, 1999 as 070899.
•
If you wish to edit a time field, type the new time in a 24 hour (military)
format, i.e. enter 7:00 PM as 1900.
5. Note that when you edit time information, the TIME WORKED field is updated
with a new total. When you have completed editing, press ESC to return to the
CLERK NUMBER selection screen.
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PLU Stock
If you designate a PLU as an inventory item (see PLU programming) then a special PLU
stock counter keeps a running inventory count. This program is where you can set the
current inventory level.
•
Refer to "System Option Programming" on page 142 to determine whether the
quantity of inventory you enter in this program adds to existing inventory
quantity, or whether it replaces the current inventory quantity.
•
Inventory is kept in decimal units two digits beyond the decimal.
For
example, if 1.75 pounds are multiplied times the PLU with the preset price per
pound of apples, 1.75 is subtracted from the PLU representing apples.
To Program Inventory
1. From the PGM control lock position menu, press 00 for MORE.
PROGRAM MODE page 2 screen displays.
The
2. From the PROGRAM MODE page 2 screen, press 1 for PLU STOCK.
PLU NUMBER screen displays:
The
PLU NUMBER
∗ ENTER PLU NUMBER
AND PUSH PLU, OR
∗ PRESS A PLU KEY ON
THE KEYBOARD
0Å
3. Enter the PLU number and press the PLU key, or press an PLU key on the
keyboard. The stock quantity for the selected PLU displays:
PLU#
STOCK QUANTITY
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0.00 Å
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4. Type the new or additional stock quantity and press ENTER. Note that stock is
kept in decimal units and you must enter new or additional stock to two digits
beyond the decimal. For example, type 1 0 0 0 to enter ten units of inventory.
5. Return to step 2 to continue recording inventory, or press ESC to return to the
PROGRAM MODE menu.
Drawer Limit
You can set a limit for cash in drawer. When cash in drawer exceeds the limit you program
here, a warning will display on the screen. You must press CLEAR to remove the warning
and continue operations. The warning will continue to appear at the completion of every
transaction with the limit exceeded, until you use the PAID OUT function to remove cash
from the drawer.
Set the drawer limit to 0 to disable the drawer limit warning.
1. From the PGM control lock position menu, press 00 for MORE.
PROGRAM MODE page 2 screen displays.
The
2. From the PROGRAM MODE page 2 screen, press 2 for DRAWER LIMIT.
The LIMIT PROGRAM screen displays:
LIMIT PROGRAM
DRAWER LIMIT
0.00 Å
3. Type the amount you wish to use for a limit (or type 0 for no limit.)
ENTER.
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Press
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Check Change Limit
Use this program to set the maximum amount of cash that can be returned when a check is
tendered for an amount greater than the amount of the sale. For example, if the check
change limit is $10.00 the maximum amount that can be tendered into the check key on a
$5.00 sale is $15.00.
1. From the PGM control lock position menu, press 00 for MORE.
PROGRAM MODE page 2 screen displays.
The
2. From the PROGRAM MODE page 2 screen, press 3 for CHECK CHANGE
LIMIT. The CHECK LIMIT PGM. screen displays:
CHECK LIMIT PGM.
CHECK CHANGE LIMIT
0.00 Å
3. Type the amount for the check change limit.
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Press ENTER.
Program Mode Programming • 223
Time & Date
Use this program to set the clock and calendar on your ER-650/650R. The date changes
automatically. After initial setting, time changing will probably be required only for
beginning and ending daylight savings time.
1. From the PGM control lock position menu, press 00 for MORE.
PROGRAM MODE page 2 screen displays.
The
2. From the PROGRAM MODE page 2 screen, press 4 for TIME & DATE.
The SET DATE & TIME screen displays:
SET DATE & TIME
SET TIME :
(MILITARY)
HH:MM
09:01 Å
SET DATE : MM.DD.YY
09.21.99
3. Type the current time in 24-hour format (i.e. military time, where 13:00 is 1:00
PM.) Press ENTER.
4. Type the current date in MM (month) DD (day) and YY (year) format.
ENTER.
224 • Program Mode Programming
Press
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Tare Weight
A tare is the amount of weight representing the container, or package when items are sold by
weight. You can pre-program five tare weights, representing the weight of different
containers. When you place an item and a container on an optional scale, you can enter the
tare number to automatically subtract the pre-programmed tare weight.
If you choose to use tare #5 for manual tare weight entry, do not enter a weight for tare #5.
(See TARE on page 202.)
1. From the PGM control lock position menu, press 00 for MORE.
PROGRAM MODE page 2 screen displays.
The
2. From the PROGRAM MODE page 2 screen, press 5 for TARE WEIGHT.
The TARE WEIGHT PROG. screen displays with the cursor arrow pointed at
the weight for tare #1:
TARE WEIGHT PROG.
TARE
TARE
TARE
TARE
TARE
1
2
3
4
5
:
:
:
:
:
0.000 Å
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
3. Type the weight for the first tare, press ENTER. The cursor advances to TARE
2. Type the weight for the second tare and press ENTER. Continue until all 5
tares are programmed, or press ESC to exit.
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Macro
Macro keys may be programmed to record, and then later perform, up to 50 keystrokes. For
example, a macro key could be set to tender (preset tender) a common currency, such as $5 into
the cash key. Use this program to record keystrokes for each of the 10 possible macro keys.
Note:
You can also program macros in function key programming.
1. From the PGM control lock position menu, press 00 for MORE.
PROGRAM MODE page 2 screen displays.
The
2. From the PROGRAM MODE page 2 screen, press 6 for MACRO.
MACRO PROGRAM screen displays:
0.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
MACRO
MACRO
MACRO
MACRO
MACRO
MACRO
MACRO
MACRO
PROGRAM
#1
#2
#3
#4
#5
#6
#7
↓
3. Press the digit that represents the macro you wish to program.
DOWN to view the remainder of the list:
MACRO PROGRAM
7. MACRO #8
8. MACRO #9
9. MACRO #10
226 • Program Mode Programming
The
Press PAGE
↑
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Programming a New Macro
1. After selecting a new macro to program, the screens displays with the arrow
pointing at the first macro line:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Å
2. Press the first key of the macro sequence, for example, press 1 (numeric one):
1. ONE
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Å
3. The keystroke is recorded on the screen and the cursor moves to the next
keystroke.
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4. Continue to enter keystrokes until the macro is complete. Press ESC to end the
macro recording and return to the MACRO PROGRAM screen. If you wish to
add a function to a macro that is not located on the keyboard, or if you wish to
include the CLEAR/ESC, Y/N, PAGE UP, or PAGE DOWN function to a
macro string (these keys are used for editing purposes inside this program), press
PAGE DOWN to display a keycode list:
FUNCTION
KEYCODE
-------------------NLU#1 - NLU#80(1-80)
ONE
81
TWO
82
THREE
83
FOUR
84
FIVE
85
5. With the keycode list displayed, press PAGE DOWN and PAGE UP to find the
function you wish to add to the macro. Type the numeric code number press
ENTER. The function is added to the macro.
Editing an Existing Macro
1. After selecting a macro to program the screen displays the keystrokes currently
programmed.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
ONE
TWO
THREE
FOUR
Å
2. Press the YES/NO key to advance the cursor to the line you wish to edit.
3. With the cursor pointing at a line, press (or select) the new function you wish to
place in the macro sequence.
4. If you wish to remove a key stroke from a macro, replace the current function
with the INACTIVE function by pressing the PAGE DOWN to display a
keycode list, then enter
1 8 7.
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Machine No.
The machine number is printed on the register receipt. Program a machine number so that
any receipt can be identified with the store or register where the transaction took place. The
machine number may be a different number than the IRC register number programmed in
IRC programming (see "IRC Options" in the "Service Mode Programming" chapter.)
1. From the PGM control lock position menu, press 00 for MORE. The
PROGRAM MODE page 2 screen displays. Press PAGE DOWN to view the
remainder of the page 2 program options.
2. From the PROGRAM MODE page 2 screen, press 7 for MACHINE NO.
The MACHINE # PROG. screen displays:
MACHINE # PROG.
MACHINE #
0Å
3. Type the machine number, up to 5 digits, press ENTER.
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PC Schedule Time
To be polled by a PC, the register must be placed in the PC ONLINE MODE.
You can place the PC in ONLINE MODE manually by selecting the PC COMMUNCATION
function from the RESET REPORT MODE menu. If you wish to do unattended polling,
you can program the ER-650/650R to automatically enter the PC ONLINE MODE at a
scheduled time.
You must also configure one of the RS232C ports for PC communications.
Mode Programming" chapter in this manual.
See the "Service
1. From the PGM control lock position menu, press 00 for MORE. The
PROGRAM MODE page 2 screen displays. Press PAGE DOWN to view the
remainder of the page 2 program options.
2. From the PROGRAM MODE page 2 screen, press 8 for PC SCHEDULE
TIME. The PC SCHEDULE PROG. screen displays:
PC SCHEDULE PROG.
SET TIME :
(MILITARY)
HH:MM
00:00 Å
3. Type the time you wish to enter PC Communication mode, press ENTER.
Note: PC polling cannot be performed without optional polling software.
your authorized dealer for information.
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Training Mode Password
If you wish to use training mode, you must program a password that you will use to enter
training mode. The password may be up to 4 digits long, however, if you choose to use a
password less that for digits, you must enter preceeding zeros to complete a 4 digit entry.
For example, if you program the password to be "77", you must type "0077" when entering
training.
1. From the PGM control lock position menu, press 00 for MORE. The
PROGRAM MODE page 2 screen displays. Press PAGE DOWN to view the
remainder of the page 2 program options.
2. From the PROGRAM MODE page 2 screen, press 9 for TRAINING MODE
P/W. The TRAINING MODE P/W screen displays:
TRAINING MODE P/W
PASSWORD :
0Å
3. Type the password, up to 4 digits, press ENTER.
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Program Scans
You can make a printed record of your ER-650/650R program.
1. From the PGM control lock position menu, press 00 for MORE. The
PROGRAM MODE page 2 screen displays. Press PAGE DOWN to view the
remainder of the page 2 program options.
2. From the PROGRAM MODE page 2 screen, press 00 for SCAN. The
PROGRAM SCAN screen displays:
PROGRAM SCAN
0. PROGRAM SCAN
1. ALL PGM SCAN
3. Press 1 to initiate a printout of all programs. Press 0 to select the program you
wish to print from the PROGRAM SCAN screen.
PROGRAM SCAN
0.PLU
1.GROUP
2.SALES TAX
3.SYSTEM OPTION
4.PRINT OPTION
5.FUNCTION KEYS
6.CLERK
È
4. Press PAGE DOWN to view the remainder of the program scan selections. If
you see the program you wish to print, press the digit representing that program.
PROGRAM SCAN
7.LOGO DESC.
8.NLU CODE# PGM.
Ç
00.MORE SCAN
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5. Press 00 to view the PROGRAM SCAN page 2 screen:
PROGRAM SCAN page2 È
0.CLERK I/O
1.PLU STOCK
2.DRAWER LIMIT
3.CHECK CHANGE LIMIT
4.TIME & DATE
5.TARE WEIGHT
6.MACRO
6. Press PAGE DOWN to view the remainder of the program scan selections.
When you see the program you wish to print, press the digit representing that
program.
PROGRAM MODE page2 Ç
7.MACHINE NO.
8.PC SCHEDULE
9.TRAINING MODE P/W
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Sample Reports
Financial
Total and count of
all positive PLUs
Total and count of
all Negative PLUs
Total of +PLU and
–PLU sales
Total of Nontaxable sales
Total of tax eligible
sales for each sale
tax
Total of tax
collected for each
tax
Total exempted
sales for each tax
Total sales for each
type of destination
Total and count for
each % function key
(i.e. discounts &
coupons)
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DATE 11/10/1999 WED
TIME 13:32
X 1
REPORT
00001
-------------------------------FINANCIAL
+PLU TTL
179.56
$288.60
-PLU TTL
10
-20.00
ADJST TTL
189.56
$268.60
-------------------------------NONTAX
$30.47
TAX1 SALES
$153.60
TAX2 SALES
$11.92
TAX3 SALES
$16.77
TAX4 SALES
$31.89
TAX1
$10.00
TAX2
$1.21
TAX3
$1.18
TAX4
$2.18
XMPT1 SALES
$7.00
XMPT2 SALES
$1.50
XMPT3 SALES
$7.95
XMPT4 SALES
$7.50
EATIN TTL
1
$10.12
TAKEOUT TTL
2
$40.77
DRTHRU TTL
1
$3.04
ITEM DISC.
3
-0.48
continued . . .
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continued from previous page
Total and count for
each % function key
(i.e. discouts &
coupons)
SALE DISC.
SALE SURCH.
% 4
% 5
Net Sales
NET SALE
Credited tax for
each tax. (Tax is
credited for negative
taxable sales, i.e.
mdse return
transactions.)
CREDIT TAX1
CREDIT TAX2
CREDIT TAX3
CREDIT TAX4
Food stamp change
credited to sales
FD/S CREDIT
RETURN
Total and count for
each type of
transaction
correction.
ERROR CORR
PREVIOUS VD
MODE VOID
CANCEL
Gross Sales
Totals and counters
for CASH and
CHECK sales
GROSS SALES
CASH SALES
CHECK SALES
R/A 1
R/A 2
R/A 3
Total and count for
each type R/A
(received on
account) and P/O
(paid out) key.
P/O 1
P/O 2
P/O 3
2
-5.22
3
$3.23
0
$0.00
0
$0.00
26
$281.18
4
-1.11
1
-0.23
2
-0.89
1
-0.39
0
$0.23
33
-59.73
2
-4.00
1
-1.50
-2
-6.40
2
$16.00
$375.63
13
$133.49
1
$23.05
1
$145.00
0
$0.00
0
$0.00
1
-140.00
0
$0.00
0
$0.00
continued . . .
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Total and count of
items sold with
HASH status.
continued from previous page
Count of No Sales.
NOSALE
NON ADD #
CASH-IN-D
Total of numbers
entered into the nonadd key
Total and count of
expected CASH,
CHECK in drawer
HASH TTL
CHECK-IN-D
FD/S-IN-D
CHG1-IN-D
Total and count of
expected in drawer
for each charge
function. (Charge
in drawer will differ
from charge sales if
the charge is overtendered
CHG2-IN-D
CHG3-IN-D
CHG4-IN-D
CHG5-IN-D
CHG6-IN-D
CHG7-IN-D
CHG8-IN-D
CHG1 SALES
CHG2 SALES
Total and count for
each CHARGE key.
CHG3 SALES
CHG4 SALES
CHG5 SALES
CHG6 SALES
CHG7 SALES
Total for each
Foreign currency in
drawer.
CHG8 SALES
FOREIGN
FOREIGN
FOREIGN
FOREIGN
1
2
3
4
0
$0.00
4
547
14
$269.99
3
-108.45
2
$21.00
0
$0.00
1
$8.43
1
$8.52
2
-1.60
1
$2.67
2
$13.09
0
$0.00
1
$3.04
0
$0.00
1
$8.43
1
$8.52
2
-1.60
1
$2.67
2
$13.09
0
$0.00
1
$3.04
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
continued . . .
ER-650/650R
Sample Reports • 237
Total of CASH,
CHECKS and
CHARGES in
drawer.
Total and count for
PROMO and
WASTE.
Number of
transactions and
total activity in
Training Mode
Total and count of
balances entered
into PBAL key
Total and count of
balances paid
Total and count of
items serviced
Average number if
items per customer,
and average dollar
sales per customer
continued from previous page
DRWR TTL
PROMO
$216.69
1
$1.50
WASTE
8
$12.50
TRAIN TTL
5
$62.59
BAL FORWARD
4
$88.13
GUESTS
5
P/BAL
4
$0.00
CHECKS PAID
2
$18.64
SERVICE
4
$88.13
AVG ITEM/CUST
7.29
AVG $/CUST
$10.81
********************************
GRAND
$375.63
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Total number of
guests served
Total and count of
all balances serviced
Grand total
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Time
Time Period
Number of
Transactions
Net sales in this
period.
Percentage of total
sales
Number of
Transactions all
periods
Net sales in all
periods.
ER-650/650R
DATE 11/10/1999 WED
TIME 15:48
X 1
REPORT
00001
-------------------------------TIME
13:00-13:59
CNT
17
SALES AMT
$183.85
SALES RATE
65.39%
14:00-14:59
CNT
9
SALES AMT
$97.33
SALES RATE
34.61%
********************************
TOTAL CNT
26
TOTAL AMT
$281.18
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Sample Reports • 239
PLU
PLU number
PLU Descriptor
Count and sales
total.
Percentage of total
sales
Total activity for all
PLUs
Total sales for all
PLUs.
240 • Sample Reports
DATE 11/10/1999 WED
TIME 15:33
X 1
REPORT
00001
-------------------------------ALL PLU
PLU#1
HAMBURGER
CNT 28
$42.00
SALES RATE
15.64%
PLU#2
DBL BURGER
CNT 40
$99.75
SALES RATE
37.14%
PLU#4
COKE
CNT 26
$38.85
SALES RATE
14.46%
PLU#5
SPRITE
CNT 18
$13.42
SALES RATE
5.00%
PLU#7
ROAST
CNT 19.16
$30.47
SALES RATE
11.34%
PLU#28
UNLEADED
CNT 32.85
$39.39
SALES RATE
14.66%
PLU#29
RETURNS
CNT 10
-20.00
SALES RATE
-7.44%
PLU#33
NAILS
CNT 15.55
$24.72
SALES RATE
9.20%
********************************
TOTAL CNT
189.56
TOTAL AMT
$268.60
ETHAN
No.000213
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ER-650/650R
Clerk
Note: Media totals can be printed for each clerk, if selected in System Option
Programming.
Clerk Name
Number of
Transactions
Net sales for this
clerk
Drawer total for this
clerk
ER-650/650R
DATE 11/10/1999 WED
TIME 15:36
X 1
REPORT
00001
-------------------------------ALL CLERK
ETHAN
NET SALE
10
$155.23
DRWR TTL
$109.81
-------------------------------ZACH
NET SALE
5
$45.14
DRWR TTL
$43.22
-------------------------------ANNA
NET SALE
4
$78.75
DRWR TTL
$67.03
-------------------------------LAURA
NET SALE
2
$0.00
DRWR TTL
$18.64
-------------------------------PEGGY
-------------------------------MOLLY
NET SALE
5
$2.06
DRWR TTL
-22.01
-------------------------------ETHAN
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Sample Reports • 241
Individual Clerk
Clerk Name
Number of
Transactions
Net sales for this
clerk
Drawer total for this
clerk
242 • Sample Reports
DATE 11/10/1999 WED
TIME 15:36
X 1
REPORT
00001
-------------------------------INDIVIDUAL CLERK
ETHAN
NET SALE
10
$155.23
DRWR TTL
$109.81
-------------------------------ETHAN
No.000218
00000
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Groups
Group Descriptor
Number of items
sold in this group
Net sales for this
group
Number of items
sold in all groups.
Net sales for all
groups.
ER-650/650R
DATE 11/10/1999 WED
TIME 15:34
X 1
REPORT
00001
-------------------------------GROUP
GROUP : 1 FOOD
CNT
68
SALES AMT
$141.75
GROUP : 2 DRINK
CNT
44
SALES AMT
$52.27
GROUP : 3 REST.
CNT
112
SALES AMT
$194.02
GROUP : 5 STORE
CNT
19.16
SALES AMT
$30.47
GROUP : 8 MDSE
CNT
58.40
SALES AMT
$44.11
GROUP : 9 STORE MDSE
CNT
77.56
SALES AMT
$74.58
********************************
TOTAL CNT
189.56
TOTAL AMT
$268.60
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Sample Reports • 243
Stock
PLU number
PLU Descriptor
Current inventory
count
244 • Sample Reports
DATE 11/10/1999 WED
TIME 15:47
X 1
REPORT
00001
-------------------------------ALL PLU STOCK
PLU#1
HAMBURGER
CNT
26
PLU#2
DBL BURGER
CNT
15
PLU#7
ROAST
CNT
25.96
PLU#28
UNLEADED
CNT
1488.47
PLU#33
NAILS
CNT
161.25
ETHAN
No.000228
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DATE 11/10/1999 WED
TIME 15:47
ER-650/650R
Clerk Time Report
Clerk Name
Date and time for
the last ten time
clock punches (in &
out)
Total time for clerk
Total time for all
clerks
ER-650/650R
DATE 11/10/1999 WED
TIME 15:36
X 1
REPORT
00001
-------------------------------INDIVI. CLERK TIME
ETHAN
TIME IN :
11/09/1999
07:52
TIME OUT:
11/09/1999
15:44
TIME IN :
11/10/1999
07:52
TIME OUT:
11/10/1999
13:50
TIME WORKED :
0013:50
ZACH
TIME IN :
11/09/1999
07:26
TIME OUT:
11/09/1999
14:55
TIME IN :
11/10/1999
07:26
TIME OUT:
11/10/1999
14:22
TIME IN :
11/11/1999
06:58
TIME WORKED :
0014:25
ANNA
TIME IN :
11/09/1999
12:52
TIME OUT:
11/09/1999
15:42
TIME IN :
11/10/1999
06:44
TIME OUT:
11/10/1999
14:55
TIME WORKED :
0011:01
LAURA
TIME IN :
11/09/1999
02:33
TIME OUT:
11/09/1999
07:55
TIME IN :
11/09/1999
12:44
TIME OUT:
11/09/1999
18:44
TIME IN :
11/10/1999
09:55
TIME WORKED :
0011:22
PEGGY
TIME IN :
11/10/1999
13:52
TIME WORKED :
0000:00
MOLLY
TIME IN :
11/09/1999
01:05
TIME OUT:
11/09/1999
09:55
TIME IN :
11/10/1999
07:44
TIME WORKED :
0008:50
-------------------------------TOTAL WORKED :
0059:28
ETHAN
No.000217
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Sample Reports • 245
Check File
Open check number
and balance.
Clerk responsible
for the check.
246 • Sample Reports
DATE 11/10/1999 WED
TIME 15:59
X 1
REPORT
00001
-------------------------------OPEN CHECK
CHECK : 3
$24.07
MOLLY
CHECK : 4
$45.42
ETHAN
CHECK : 5
$24.50
ETHAN
CHECK : 6
$28.33
ETHAN
ETHAN
No.000243
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ER-650/650R
PLU Zero Sale
DATE 11/10/1999 WED
TIME 15:59
X 1
REPORT
00001
-------------------------------PLU ZERO SALE
PLU Descriptor
ITEM
PLU#
-------------------------------PLU11
#11
PLU14
#14
PLU15
#15
PLU16
#16
PLU19
#19
PLU20
#20
CLERK 1
ER-650/650R
No.000243
PLU Numberr
00000
Sample Reports • 247
Balancing Formulas
248 • Sample Reports
+/-
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
$
ER-650/650R
Glossary of Terms
Activity Count
The activity counter keeps track of the number of times an entry is made on a PLU, or
function key.
Alpha Keyboard Overlay
The alpha keyboard overlay represents a new set of functions and characters for each key on
the keyboard. When you are programming a field that requires alpha numeric entries, the
keyboard automatically shifts into the alpha keyboard so that you can simply type the
message or descriptor you wish to program. An overlay legend sheet is provided to place on
the keyboard while you are programming.
Audaction
Refers to the total of all sales ending in a negative balance.
Auto Scale
Registrations of PLUs with auto scale status will automatically multiply by the weight placed
upon a scale connected to the register. Use for items such as produce, that are always sold
by weight.
Auto Tare
With auto tare status assigned, a preprogrammed tare weight will automatically subtract from
the weight from the scale.
Cancel
Press the CANCEL function to abort a transaction in progress.
removed (voided).
All current items are
Check Cash
Use the CHECK CASH function to exchange a check for cash outside of a sale.
ER-650/650R
Glossary of Terms • 249
Check Endorse
If compulsory check endorsement is set with the CHECK key, use the CHECK ENDORSE
function to print the endorsement message after a check is inserted into the appropriate
printer.
Clerks
Sales clerks are individuals who are responsible for selling the merchandise to the customer.
Typically, management wants to know merchandise sales levels for each clerk, in order to
monitor productivity, account for cash and other media, and/or pay commissions.
Compulsory
When an operation is programmed compulsory, a function (i.e. Non-add number entry) must
be performed in order to complete the operation.
Consecutive Number
A count appears at the bottom of each receipt and after each transaction on the journal tape.
This count increases by one with each transaction, report, or scan.
Currency Conversion
Use one of the 4 available currency conversion functions to convert and display the value of
the transaction in foreign currency. Only cash tender is allowed after pressing a CONV key.
Change is calculated and issued in home currency.
Default Program
The original program installed in the ER-650/650R. The register has a default program
which makes it operational after a RAM clear. Nearly all option, rate, and status programs
are set to zero as the default condition.
Destination
Refers to the destination for the sale i.e. eat-in, take out, drive thru.
Discount (Item)
An item discount (coupon or %) subtracts an amount or percentage from the price of an item.
This subtraction nets the PLU total.
Discount (Sale)
A sale discount (coupon or %) subtracts an amount or percentage from the entire sale.
250 • Glossary of Terms
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Electronic Journal
The electronic journal is an area of memory designated to keep a sales journal. The
electronic journal can be printed, if necessary, to provide a traditional record of all register
activity.
Error Condition
An error condition signals that mis-operation has occurred.
tone and an error descriptor appearing on the display.
It is identified by an audible
Error Correct
An error correct operation voids the last item entered, it must be used within a sale.
Food Stamps
In the United States, Food Stamps may be used to purchase eligible food items at food stores
that participate in the program. The ER-650/650R can assist a retailer in handling food
stamp transactions by sorting food stamp and non-food stamp eligible items within each sale
and tracking food stamp payments for eligible items.
Gallonage
Gallonage is a status that can be assigned to a department or PLU. Gallonage departments
or PLUs accept a price, but print both the price and the quantity of gallons sold. The
quantity of gallons is computed from the price per gallon, which is set as the preset price.
Groups
Groups are totals that collect information from designated PLUs.
dessert items could collect in a group total called "desserts".
For example all PLU
HALO
The high amount lock-out (HALO) limits the amount allowed to be entered in a PLU, or
function key.
IRC
Inter Register Communcations (IRC) is the term used to describe communications within a
network of registers. IRC allows consolidated reporting and down-line programming.
Link PLU
If you wish the registration a PLU to automatically cause the registration of another PLU,
enter the number of the PLU you wish to register automatically in the LINK PLU of the PLU.
ER-650/650R
Glossary of Terms • 251
Macro
Macros record key sequences for later execution.
executed by pressing a function.
Up to 10 macros may be recorded and
Memory Allocation
Memory allocation is a program that determines how the system memory is divided to
provide the correct features for your application. For example, you may require more or less
employee memory or PLUs. Memory allocation allows you to maximize the features you
need while minimizing the features you do not need.
Modifier
Preceding a PLU entry, a modifier key changes a digit of the PLU number, causing a
different PLU to be registered. Modifier keys can be set to change any of the 14 PLU digit
positions to any specified digit (0-9).
NLU
Use any of the Number Look Up (NLU) keys to categorize merchandise (as you would with
traditional department keys.) NLUs can be programmed to access any PLU number in the
register.
No Sale
No sale is an operation to simply open the cash drawer.
Override
Override is an operation used to bypass a programmed price or HALO.
PLUs
Price look-ups (PLUs) are accessed by indexing a code number and pressing the PLU key, or
by pressing a PLU key. PLUs can be programmed with a preset or open price. PLUs
record their own activity count and dollar total on the PLU report.
252 • Glossary of Terms
ER-650/650R
Post Tendering
The Post Tendering feature allows the operator to use the register to compute change on cash
transactions after the sale has been finalized.
To calculate change due after finalizing the sale, enter the cash amount presented by the
customer and then press CASH. The amount of change due to the customer is then
displayed, and the cash drawer may open.
This is a calculation function only, and no totals or counters are updated by the use of this
feature.
Price Level
If memory is allocated for price levels, prices may be assigned at up to five different price
levels for each PLU item. Price level keys can then be used to shift the price of a PLU.
Promo
The PROMO operation allows items to be sold without cost, i.e. buy two, get one free.
PROMO activity will remove the item cost from the sale, but the sales count will include the
promo item.
Receipt
A receipt is a printed tape given to a customer as a record of the sale transaction.
Register Number
The register number is a programmable number which prints on the receipt and journal tapes.
It identifies the electronic cash register the sale or report was performed on.
Stay-Down
When a function is programmed as a Stay-down function, it is valid until changed. For
example, a Stay-down clerk remains signed on until either signed off, or another clerk is
signed on
Stock PLU
Stock PLUs track the quantity of the PLU item in stock. Each time the PLU is registered, a
whole unit subtracts from the stock counter. (Note that if multiplication or decimal
multiplication is used when the PLU is registered, the resulting quantity of activity will
subtract from the stock counter. Stock is maintained increments to the second decimal
position, i.e. "X.XX".)
Surcharge (Item)
An item percent surcharge adds a percentage to the price of an item.
PLU total.
ER-650/650R
This addition nets the
Glossary of Terms • 253
Surcharge (Sale)
A sale percent surcharge adds a percentage to the entire sale.
Tare Weight
A tare is the amount of weight accounted for by the container or packaging. By entering a
tare weight (as required by law in some areas) the weight of the container is subtracted and
only the true weight of the product is measured on the scale.
Tax Exempt
Tax exempt is used to exclude the tax from an entire sale.
Tax Shift
Tax shift keys are used to reverse the tax status of a PLU entry.
Tender
The method of register operation in which payment is made and the transaction is finalized.
Transaction Number
A count appears at the bottom of each receipt and or journal tape.
one with each transaction, report, or scan.
This count increases by
Void
A void operation will erase a previous item entry.
It must be used inside of a sale only.
Waste
The Waste function is used to start and end entries of items that are wasted.
adjusted.
254 • Glossary of Terms
Inventory is
ER-650/650R
Index
#
#/NS key 10, 112, 161
programming 162
%
% key 10, 112
operations 45
% Key
programming 163
@
@/For (Prt Screen) key 112
@/For (PRT SCREEN) key 10
A
ADD CHECK key 10
Programming 166
Add-On Tax Rate 135
Age Verification 99, 100, 133
Audaction Total
Print on reports 154
AUTO SCALE PLU 127
AUTO TARE PLU 127
B
baud rate 114
C
Cancel
Operation 51
Cancel key 112
CANCEL key 10
programming 168
Cash
ER-650/650R
Drawer Limit
CASH (ENTER) key 10
Cash Declaration 87
programming 146
CASH key
programming 169
Cash Sale
Tendering 57
Totaling 56
Cash/Tend (Enter) key 112
Change Limit 223
CHARGE 1-8 key
programming 171
CHARGE 1-8 keys 10
Charge Sale
Tendering 59
Totaling 58
CHECK # key 11
programming 178
Check Cashing 60
CHECK CASHING key 10
programming 173
Check Change Limit 223
CHECK ENDORSEMENT key 11
programming 174
Check File Report 246, 247
CHECK key 11
programming 176
Check Sale
Tendering 57
Totaling 56
Check Tend key 112
Check Tracking Operations 66
Clear All Totals 106
Clear Grand Total 106
Clear PLU File 107
Clear/Esc key 112
CLEAR/ESC key 11
Clearing Memory 103
Clerk # key 112
CLERK # key 11
Clerk In/Out 220
CLERK KEYS 133, 146
Clerk Report 241
Clerk Report descriptors 215, 216
Clerk Time Report 245
Clerks
code entry 23
pop-up 23
printing names 154
programming 158
programming entry method 146
programming staydown/pop up 146
push button 23
sign off instructions 24
Index
•
255
sign on instructions 24
stay down 23
time keeping 25
Clock In/Out 25
COMPULSORY CONDIMENT PLU 127
CONDIMENT PLU 127
Control Lock 14
Coupon
Item/Store 48
Sale/Vendor 47
Credit Card Sale
Tendering 59
Totaling 58
Currency Conversion 64
CURRENCY CONVERSION. 1-4 keys 11
Currency Symbol
setting 155
D
Date
printing 154
Date Format 147
Decimal key 10, 112
Decimal Place 147
Declaration 87
Delete PLU 128, 129
Delete PLU Range 129
Direct Multiplication
Allow? 148
more than 1 digit? 148
DISABLE PROMO 127
Discount
Enter a Percent 46
Percent On Sale Total 46
Preset Percent 45
Download Programs 218
Drawer
open drawer alarm 146
open during training mode 147
setting enforced closed drawer 146
Drawer Limit 222
Drive Thru
operation 55
DRIVE THRU
operations 76
DRIVE THRU key 11
E
Eat In
operation 55
EAT-IN key 11
electronic journal 156
Electronic Journal
256 • Index
activate? 148
only negative entries 148
reset 96
sending reports 148
stop when full 148
warning when full 148
Electronic Journal 0peration 91
Endorsement Message 213
ENTER key 10
EPROM Information 107
ERROR CORRECT key 11
Error Correction 50
ESCAPE key 11
Exempting Tax 43
F
F/S SHIFT key 11
F/S SUB key 11
F/S TEND key 11
Fast Food Drive Thru
operations 76
Financial Report 235
Financial Report descriptors 214
Food Stamp Sales 63
Foreign Currency Conversion 64
Front Display screen 15, 21, 22
Function Key Assignment 110
Function Key Codes 112
Function Key Programming 160
FUNCTION LOOK UP (1-2) key 11
Function Look-Up Keys
Using 27
G
GALLONAGE ITEM 127
Grand Total
printing on reports 154
resetting on reports 146
Gross Total
printing on reports 154
Group Descriptor Programming 131
GUEST key 11
H
Hard Check
operations 73
Hardware Test 105
Home Currency Symbol
setting 154
ER-650/650R
I
N
Initial Clear 19
Inventory
PLU Stock 221
INVENTORY ITEM 127
IRC
Download Programs 218
IRC Options 113, 229
NLU 10
NLU Code Number 217
No Sale
Operations 52
Non Add Number
Operation 52
NON-ADD # COMP 126
Numeric Keypad 10
K
Keyboard Layout 8, 9
keys, register 14
Kitchen Printer
consolidate items? 156
print in training? 155
print in VOID? 155
priority printing? 156
O
Open Drawer 52
Open PLU
operation 28
Operation 34
Programming 126
P
L
LINK PLU 127
Logo Descriptor 210
M
Machine No. 229
MACRO 1-10 keys 12
Macro setting 226
Manager Control
negative balances 146
Manager Mode 83
Manager Operation 84
MDSE RETURN key 12
Memory
Clearing 103
Memory All Clear 103
Memory Allocation 108
Merchandise Return
operations 49
Miscellaneous Tender Sale
Tendering 59
Totaling 58
Modifier
staydown or pop-up 147
MODIFIER 1-5 keys 12
MODIFIER Key
operation 38
Modifier/Size 191
Multiplication
operation 30
Multiplication With Decimal Point 31
ER-650/650R
Page Down key 112
PAGE DOWN key 12
Page Up key 112
PAGE UP key 12
Paid Out
Operations 54
PAID OUT 1-3 key
programming 193
PAID OUT 1-3 keys 12
Paper
installing 3
Paper Feed Key 112
PAPER FEED Key 12
Paper Sensor
active? 147
parity 114
PBAL key 12
programming 192
PC Communication 96
PC Schedule Time 230
PLU
DISABLE 127
PLU key 12
PLU Lookup keys 97
PLU Multiplication 35
PLU Multiplication With Decimal Point 36
PLU Options - Reference Information 126
PLU Price Inquiry 37
PLU Repeat Entry
Operation 29
PLU Report 240
PLU Stock 221
Post Tender 62
Programming 146
Index
•
257
Postamble 212
Posting Balances Manually 68
Preamble 211
Preset Price PLU
Operation 28, 34
Programming 126
preset tender keys 12, 226
price embedded bar codes 149
PRICE INQUIRY key 12
Price Level
staydown or pop-up? 148
PRICE LEVEL Key
operation 39
Price Level Keys
disable 148
PRICE LEVEL keys 12
Print
% Sales on PLU report? 154
consecutive number? 154
grand total? 155
gross total? 155
KP order on receipt? 155
Machine No.? 154
media on clerk report? 154
Preamble/postamble? 156
price on KP? 155
SBTL w/o tax? 155
sign on/off? 155
tax symbol? 154
VAT options 155
Void & Return on report? 154
Z counter? 154
PRINT CHECK key
programming 194
PRINT CHECK keys 12
Print Format 88
Print Option Programming 150
Print Screen
disable 147
PRINT SCREEN key 10
Priority printing on KP? 156
Program Mode Menu 121
Program Overlay 8, 9
Program Scans 232
PROMO key 12
operation 40
programming 195
R
Rear Display 18
Messages 18
RECD ON ACCT 1-3 key
programming 196
RECD ON ACCT keys 12
258 • Index
Receipt
allow multiple receipts 146
on Request 65
On/Off 65
Received On Account
Operations 53
Register Print Format 88
Register Printing
stop 89
Report Sample
Financial Report 235
Report Samples
All Clerk Report 241
Check File Report 246, 247
Clerk Time Report 245
Individual Clerk 242
PLU Report 240
Stock Report 244
Time Report 239
Reset Electronic Journal 96
Reset Report Mode 93
RESET Z COUNTER 147
Return Merchandise
Operation 49
Rounding Up/Down 147
RS232C Port 1/RS232C Port 2 Options 114
S
SBTL key 12
SCALE key 13
Scale Operations 78
Manual Weight Entry 82
Tare Entry 80, 81
SCALEABLE PLU 127
SERVICE key 13
programming 199
Shifting Tax 42
Single Item PLU
Operation 33
programming 126
Size/Modifier 191
Soft Check
operations 70
Split Pricing
Operation 32
Split Pricing PLU
Operation 36
Split Tender 61
Stock Report 244
Stop Register Printing 89
Subtotal
print when pressed 154
Subtotaling a Sale 55
System Option Programming 142
ER-650/650R
T
TABLE key 13
programming 201
Take Out
operation 55
TAKE OUT key 11
TARE key 13
Tare Weight 225
Tare Weight Entry 80, 81
Tax
printing tax amount 155
printing taxable totals 155
programming a tax table 136
programming a VAT 140, 141
TAX EXEMPT key 13
programming 202, 203
Tax Programming 134
Tax Shift key 112
TAX SHIFT key 13
Tender
Post 62
Split 61
Test
Display 105
Hardware 105
Keyboard 105
Mode 105
Printer 105
Printing Pattern 105
RS232 105
Time
printing 154
Time & Date setting 224
Time In/Out 25
TIME IN/OUT key 13
programming 204
Time Report 239
TIP key 13
programming 205
Training Mode 90
printing "TRAIN MODE" 155
Training Mode Password 231
Transaction #
resetting on reports 146
VALIDATION key 13
VAT printing options 155
Void
Last Item 50
Previous Item 50
Void Item key 112
VOID ITEM key 13
programming 208
Void Position
operations 51
W
WASTE key 13
operation 41
programming 209
weight embedded bar codes 149
X
X Reports 85
Y
Yes/No key 112
YES/NO key 13
Z
Z Reports 94
Zero Skip on reports 154
U
Unpacking 2
UPC number 27
V
VALIDATE key
programming 207
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