Casio SE-S2000M manual

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  • Brand: Casio
  • Product: Cash register
  • Model/name: SE-S2000M
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English

Table of Contents

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Do not locate the cash register where it will be
subjected to direct sunlight, high humidity,
splashing with water or other liquids, or high
temperature (such as near a heater).
Never try to open the cash register or attempt
your own repairs.Take the cash register to your
authorized CASIO dealer for repairs.
Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the exterior of the
cash register. Never use benzene, thinner, or
any other volatile agent.
Never operate the cash register while your
hands are wet.
Be sure to check the sticker on the side of the
cash register to make sure that its voltage
matches that of the power supply in the area.
Important!
Your new cash register has been carefully tested before shipment to ensure proper operation. Safety
devices eliminate worries about breakdowns resulting from operator errors or improper handling. In
order to ensure years of trouble-free operation, however, the following points should be noted when
handling the cash register.
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Welcome to CASIO Cash Register!
Congratulations upon your selection of a CASIO Electronic Cash Register, which is designed to
provide years of reliable operation.
Operation of a CASIO cash register is simple enough to be mastered without special training.
Everything you need to know is included in this manual, so keep it on hand for reference.
Consult your CASIO dealer if you have any questions about points not specifically covered in this
manual.
Manufacturer:
CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.
6-2, Hon-machi 1-chome, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8543, Japan
Representative within the European Union:
CASIO EUROPE GmbH
Bornbarch 10, 22848 Norderstedt Germany
Please keep all information for future reference.
The main plug on this equipment must be used to discon-
nect mains power.
Please ensure that the socket outlet is installed near the
equipment and shall be easily accessible.
This mark applies in
EU countries only.
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Safety Precautions
• To use this product safely and correctly, read this manual thoroughly and operate as
instructed.
After reading this guide, keep it close at hand for easy reference.
Please keep all informations for future reference.
• Always observe the warnings and cautions indicated on the product.
About the icons
In this guide various icons are used to highlight safe operation of this product and to prevent
injury to the operator and other personnel and also to prevent damage to property and this
product. The icons and definitions are given below.
Indicates that there is a risk of severe injury or death if used incorrectly.
Indicates that injury or damage may result if used incorrectly.
Icon examples
To bring attention to risks and possible damage, the following types of icons are used.
The symbol indicates that it includes some symbol for attracting attention (including
warning). In this triangle the actual type of precautions to be taken (electric shock, in this
case) is indicated.
The symbol indicates a prohibited action. In this symbol the actual type of prohibited
actions (disassembly, in this case) will be indicated.
The symbol indicates a restriction. In this symbol the type of actual restriction (removal of
the power plug from an outlet, in this case) is indicated.
Warning!
Handling the register
Should the register malfunction, start to emit smoke or a strange odor, or
otherwise behave abnormally, immediately shut down the power and unplug
the AC plug from the power outlet. Continued use creates the danger of fire and
electric shock.
• Contact CASIO service representative.
Do not place containers of liquids near the register and do not allow any
foreign matter to get into it. Should water or other foreign matter get into the
register, immediately shut down the power and unplug the AC plug from the
power outlet. Continued use creates the danger of shorting, fire and electric
shock.
• Contact CASIO service representative.
Should you drop the register and damage it, immediately shut down the power
and unplug the AC plug from the power outlet. Continued use creates the
danger of shorting, fire and electric shock.
• Attempting to repair the register yourself is extremely dangerous. Contact CASIO service
representative.
Never try to take the register apart or modify it in any way. High-voltage
components inside the register create the danger of fire and electric shock.
• Contact CASIO service representative for all repair and maintenance.
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Warning!
Power plug and AC outlet
Use only a proper AC electric outlet (100V~240V) . Use of an outlet with a
different voltage from the rating creates the danger of malfunction, fire, and
electric shock. Overloading an electric outlet creates the danger of overheating
and fire.
Make sure the power plug is inserted as far as it will go. Loose plugs create the
danger of electric shock, overheating, and fire.
• Do not use the register if the plug is damaged. Never connect to a power outlet that is loose.
Use a dry cloth to periodically wipe off any dust built up on the prongs of the
plug. Humidity can cause poor insulation and create the danger of electric
shock and fire if dust stays on the prongs.
Never use detergent to clean the power cord, especially the plug and jack.
Do not allow the power cord or plug to become damaged, and never try to
modify them in any way. Continued use of a damaged power cord can cause
deterioration of the insulation, exposure of internal wiring, and shorting, which
creates the danger of electric shock and fire.
• Contact CASIO service representative whenever the power cord or plug requires repair or
maintenance.
Caution!
Do not place the register on an unstable or uneven surface. Doing so can
cause the register — especially when the drawer is open — to fall, creating the
danger of malfunction, fire, and electric shock.
Do not place the register in the following areas.
• Areas where the register will be subject to large amounts of humidity or dust, or directly
exposed to hot or cold air.
• Areas exposed to direct sunlight, in a close motor vehicle, or any other area subject to very
high temperatures.
The above conditions can cause malfunction, which creates the danger of fire.
Do not overlay bend the power cord, do not allow it to be caught between
desks or other furniture, and never place heavy objects on top of the power
cord. Doing so can cause shorting or breaking of the power cord, creating the
danger of fire and electric shock.
Be sure to grasp the plug when unplugging the power cord from the wall outlet.
Pulling on the cord can damage it, break the wiring, or cause short, creating the
danger of fire and electric shock.
Never touch the plug while your hands are wet. Doing so creates the danger of
electric shock. Pulling on the cord can damage it, break the wiring, or cause
short, creating the danger of fire and electric shock.
Never touch the printer head, platen and cutter.
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Introduction & Contents ...................................................................................... 2
Getting Started ................................................................................................... 10
1. Load the memory protection batteris and Paper rolls ................................................. 10
2. Install receipt / journal paper. .......................................................................................11
3. Plug the cash register into a wall outlet. ..................................................................... 13
4. Insert the mode key marked “PGM” into the mode switch. ......................................... 13
5. Turn the mode switch to the “PGM” position............................................................... 13
6. Set the date. ............................................................................................................... 13
7. Set the time................................................................................................................. 13
8. Tax table programming ............................................................................................... 14
9. Select watermark on receipt. ...................................................................................... 16
10. For Australian GST ................................................................................................... 16
11. Department unit price programming.......................................................................... 17
12. PLU unit price programming ..................................................................................... 17
13. Discount rate programming ...................................................................................... 17
14. Issuing daily reset report........................................................................................... 17
15. Advanced operations and Setups ............................................................................. 18
16. Issuing reports .......................................................................................................... 18
17. Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................ 18
Introducing the Register.................................................................................... 20
General guide ................................................................................................................. 20
Roll paper .............................................................................................................................................. 20
Mode key .............................................................................................................................................. 20
Drawer .................................................................................................................................................. 20
Drawer lock / Drawer key ...................................................................................................................... 20
Magnetic plate ....................................................................................................................................... 20
Mode switch .......................................................................................................................................... 21
How to set the Pop-up display .............................................................................................................. 21
How to set the menu sheet ................................................................................................................... 21
Display ............................................................................................................................ 22
Display panel ........................................................................................................................................ 22
Main display .......................................................................................................................................... 22
Customer display .................................................................................................................................. 22
Keyboard ........................................................................................................................ 24
Allocatable functions ....................................................................................................... 26
Basic Operations and Setups ........................................................................... 28
How to read the printouts .................................................................................................... 28
How to use your cash register ............................................................................................. 29
Before business hours......................................................................................................... 30
Checking the time and date ............................................................................................ 30
To display and clear the date/time ........................................................................................................ 30
Preparing coins for change ............................................................................................. 30
Preparing and using department keys................................................................................. 31
Registering department keys .......................................................................................... 31
Programming department keys....................................................................................... 33
To program a unit price for each department ........................................................................................ 33
To program the tax calculation status for each department .................................................................. 33
To program high amount limit for each department............................................................................... 33
Registering department keys by programming data ....................................................... 34
Preset price ........................................................................................................................................... 34
Preset tax status ................................................................................................................................... 34
Locking out high amount limitation ........................................................................................................ 34
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Preparing and using PLUs .................................................................................................. 35
Programming PLUs ........................................................................................................ 35
To program a unit price for each PLU ................................................................................................... 35
To program tax calculation status for each PLU ................................................................................... 35
Registering PLUs ............................................................................................................ 36
Preparing and using discounts ............................................................................................ 38
Programming discounts .................................................................................................. 38
Registering discounts ..................................................................................................... 38
Discount for items and subtotals ........................................................................................................... 38
Preparing and using reductions........................................................................................... 39
Programming for reductions ........................................................................................... 39
To program preset reduction amount .................................................................................................... 39
Registering reductions .................................................................................................... 39
Reduction for items and subtotal .......................................................................................................... 39
Registering credit and check payments .............................................................................. 40
Check .................................................................................................................................................... 40
Charge .................................................................................................................................................. 40
Credit .................................................................................................................................................... 40
Mixed tender (cash and check) ............................................................................................................. 40
Registering both the Euro and local currency ..................................................................... 41
Registering returned goods in the REG mode .................................................................... 42
Registering returned goods in the RF mode ....................................................................... 42
Registering money received on account ............................................................................. 43
Registering money paid out................................................................................................. 43
No sale registration ............................................................................................................. 43
Making corrections in a registration..................................................................................... 44
To correct an item you input but not yet registered ......................................................... 44
To correct an item you input and registered.................................................................... 45
To cancel all items in a transaction ................................................................................. 46
Printing the daily sales reset report ..................................................................................... 47
Advanced Operations ........................................................................................ 48
Using clerk functions ........................................................................................................... 48
Enable clerk feature ........................................................................................................ 48
Assigning a clerk............................................................................................................. 48
Clerk number key .................................................................................................................................. 48
Single item cash sales......................................................................................................... 49
Currency exchange function................................................................................................ 50
Registering foreign currency ........................................................................................... 50
Full amount tender in foreign currency ................................................................................................. 50
Partial tender in a foreign currency ....................................................................................................... 51
Premium .............................................................................................................................. 52
Coupon ................................................................................................................................ 52
VAT breakdown printing....................................................................................................... 53
Age verification .................................................................................................................... 53
Check tracking systems ...................................................................................................... 54
Check tracking system.................................................................................................... 54
Opening a check ................................................................................................................................... 54
Adding to a check ................................................................................................................................. 54
Issuing a guest receipt .......................................................................................................................... 55
Closing a check memory ....................................................................................................................... 55
New / old check key operation .............................................................................................................. 55
Add check ............................................................................................................................................. 56
Flat-PLU .............................................................................................................................. 57
Text recall ............................................................................................................................ 57
Inputting the number of customers ...................................................................................... 57
Clerk interrupt function ........................................................................................................ 58
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Condiment / preparation PLUs ............................................................................................ 59
Set menu ............................................................................................................................. 59
Arrangement key registrations ............................................................................................ 60
Tips ...................................................................................................................................... 60
Item correction by using VOID key ...................................................................................... 61
Addition ............................................................................................................................... 61
Programming department / PLU descriptors and preset messages in the list .................... 62
How to choose and set the department / PLU descriptors in the list .............................. 62
How to choose and set the preset receipt message and graphic logo in the list ............ 62
Preset message and graphic print sample ............................................................................................ 62
Character manual input ....................................................................................................... 63
Entering characters ............................................................................................................. 63
Using character keyboard ............................................................................................... 63
Entering characters by multi tapping .............................................................................. 64
Programming descriptors and messages by entering characters ....................................... 65
Programming PLU descriptor ......................................................................................... 65
Programming department / flat-PLU / function key descriptor ........................................ 66
Function key .......................................................................................................................................... 66
Department key ..................................................................................................................................... 66
Flat-PLU key ......................................................................................................................................... 66
Programming message................................................................................................... 67
Receipt message .................................................................................................................................. 67
Programming Clerk name ............................................................................................... 67
Clerk name ............................................................................................................................................ 67
Programming other descriptors ...................................................................................... 68
Report descriptor .................................................................................................................................. 68
Text recall character .............................................................................................................................. 69
Grand total, special character ............................................................................................................... 69
Report title ............................................................................................................................................. 69
Machine feature program .................................................................................................... 70
General control program ................................................................................................. 70
Programming procedure ....................................................................................................................... 70
Program data (by address code) .......................................................................................................... 70
Address code 02 (machine number) ................................................................................70
Address code 03 (consecutive number) ........................................................................... 70
Address code 04 (tax system, rounding) ..........................................................................70
Address code 05 (print control for receipt) .......................................................................71
Address code 06 (calculation & operation control) ...........................................................71
Address code 08 (print control for fixed total report) ........................................................ 72
Address code 10 (print control for taxable amount) ......................................................... 72
Address code 14 (currency exchange control) .................................................................73
Address code 15 (print control for reports) .......................................................................73
Address code 16 (print control for grand total) .................................................................74
Address code 17 (print control) ........................................................................................74
Address code 18 (print control for guest receipt) .............................................................74
Address code 19 (receipt control) ....................................................................................74
Address code 21 (message control).................................................................................75
Address code 25 (entry restriction) ..................................................................................75
Address code 26 (check tracking) ....................................................................................75
Address code 27 (clerk control)........................................................................................75
Address code 28 (Euro 1) ................................................................................................76
Address code 29 (Euro 2) ................................................................................................76
Address code 30 (thermal printer control) ........................................................................77
Address code 34 (backlight control) .................................................................................77
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Key function program .......................................................................................................... 78
Department key/Flat-PLU key/PLU program (Batch feature programming) ................... 78
Programming procedure ....................................................................................................................... 78
Program data ........................................................................................................................................ 78
Department key/Flat-PLU key/PLU program (Individual feature programming) ............. 79
Programming procedure ....................................................................................................................... 79
Program data (by address code) .......................................................................................................... 80
Transaction key program ................................................................................................ 81
Programming procedure ....................................................................................................................... 81
Program data ........................................................................................................................................ 81
Clerk program ................................................................................................................. 85
Clerk number, check number programming .......................................................................................... 85
Clerk other programming ...................................................................................................................... 85
Set menu programming ........................................................................................................................ 86
Arrangement programming ................................................................................................................... 86
Keyboard layout change...................................................................................................... 87
Programming the function of each key ........................................................................... 87
Printing read/reset reports ................................................................................................... 88
To print the individual department, PLU read report ....................................................... 88
To print daily read reports (except open check) .............................................................. 89
To print open check read report ...................................................................................... 89
To print daily reset reports (except open check) ............................................................. 90
To print open check reset report ..................................................................................... 90
Read / reset report sample ............................................................................................. 91
To print the periodic 1/2 sales read/reset reports............................................................ 94
Reading the cash register's program................................................................................... 96
To print unit price/rate program (except PLU) ................................................................. 96
To print key descriptor, name, message program (except PLU) ..................................... 96
To print the machine program (except PLU) ................................................................... 97
To print the PLU unit price .............................................................................................. 98
To print the PLU descriptor ............................................................................................. 98
To print the PLU program................................................................................................ 98
To print the key allocation program ................................................................................. 98
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................... 100
When an error occurs ........................................................................................................ 100
When the register does not operate at all ......................................................................... 102
Clearing a machine lock up ............................................................................................... 102
In case of power failure ..................................................................................................... 103
When the L sign appears on the display ........................................................................... 103
User Maintenance and Options ...................................................................... 104
To replace journal paper .................................................................................................... 104
To replace receipt paper .................................................................................................... 105
Options .............................................................................................................................. 105
Specifications ................................................................................................... 106
Index .................................................................................................................. 107
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1. Remove the printer
cover and open the
platen arm (receipt
side).
2. Remove the battery
compartment cover.
1. Load the memory protection batteris and Paper rolls
Load the two memory protection batteries
3. Note the (+) and (–) markings in the battery
compartment. Load a set of two new alkaline
batteries so that their positive (+) and nega-
tive (–) ends are facing as indicated by the
markings.
Important!
These batteries protect information stored in your cash register's memory when there is a power
failure or when you unplug the cash register. Be sure to install these batteries.
4. Replace the battery compartment cover. 5. Close the platen arm and replace the printer cover.
WARNING!
• Never try to recharge the batteries supplied with the unit.
• Do not expose batteries to direct heat, let them become shorted or try to take them apart.
Keep batteries out of the reach of small children. If your child should swallow a battery, consult a
physician immediately.
Getting Started
This chapter shows how to setup the cash register and get it ready to operate. Please read this chapter even
if you have used a cash register before.
printer cover
platen arm
battery compartment cover
No battery is included
in the accessories.
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Step 1
Remove the printer cover.
Step 2
Open the platen arm.
Step 3
Ensuring the paper is being
fed from the bottom of the
roll, lower the roll into the
space behind the printer.
Complete
Replace the printer cover,
passing the leading end of
the paper through the
cutter slot. Tear off the
excess paper.
Step 5
Close the platen arm
slowly until it locks
steadily.
Step 4
Put the leading end of the
paper over the printer.
To install receipt paper
Important!
Take away the head protection sheet from the printer and close the platen arm.
Caution! (in handling the thermal paper)
• Never touch the printer head and the platen.
• Unpack the thermal paper just before your use.
• Avoid heat/direct sunlight.
• Avoid dusty and humid places for storage.
• Do not scratch the paper.
• Do not keep the printed paper under the following circumstances:
High humidity and temperature/direct sunlight/contact with glue, thinner or a rubber eraser.
2. Install receipt / journal paper.
Platen arm
Platen
Printer
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To install journal paper
Step 1
Remove the printer cover.
Step 2
Open the platen arm.
Step 3
Ensuring the paper is being
fed from the bottom of the
roll, lower the roll into the
space behind the printer.
Step 4
Put the leading end of the
paper over the printer.
Step 5
Close the platen arm
slowly until it locks
steadily.
Step 6
Remove the paper guide of
the take-up reel.
Step 7
Slide the leading end of
the paper into the groove
on the spindle of the take-
up reel and wind it onto
the reel two or three turns.
Step 8
Replace the paper guide of
the take-up reel.
Step 9
Place the take-up reel into
place behind the printer,
above the roll paper.
Step 10
Press the j key to take
up any slack in the paper.
During machine
installation, press the j
key after power on.
Complete
Replace the printer cover.
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Be sure to check the sticker (rating plate) on the side of the cash
register to make sure that its voltage matches that of the power
supply in your area.
When the display shows “Low battery”, load memory protection batteries (refer to page 10).
3. Plug the cash register into a wall outlet.
4. Insert the mode key marked “PGM” into the mode switch.
5.Turn the mode switch to the “PGM” position.
6. Set the date.
7. Set the time.
1. Enter current date in year - month - day order, and press the <X/DATE TIME>
Example: 15, June, 2008 2 080615X
2. Press <C> key.
Example: C
1. Enter current time in 24 hour system, and press the <X/DATE TIME>
Example: 08:30 a.m. 2 0830X (9:45 p.m. 2 2145X)
2. Press <C> key.
Example: C
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
P01
~00
RPT
AMOUNT
T1 T2 T3 T4 TOTAL CHANGE
OP
PGM
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
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This cash register is capable of automatically calculating up to four different sales taxes. The sales tax
calculations are based on rates, so you must tell the cash register the rates, the type of tax (add-in or add-
on). Note that special rounding methods (next page) are also available to meet certain local tax
requirements.
Important!
After you program the tax calculations, you also have to individually specify which departments
(page 33) and PLUs (page 35) are to be taxed.
Programming tax calculations
8.Tax table programming
Tax table No.
Tax table 1: 1
Tax table 2: 2
Tax table 3: 3
Tax table 4: 4
63s 61 6 ~ 6 12^34 6a6
6 : : : : 6 a 6 s
Tax rate
6.25%: 6^25
7%: 7
Rounding
Round off: 50
Cut off: 00
Round up: 90
Tax system
Add-in: 03
Add-on: 02
Singapore tax: 04
Singapore
with tax rounding: 44
D4 D3 D2 D1
Skip to set “Round off / Add-in”.
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
PGM
Mode Switch
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Besides cut off, round off and round up, you can also specify “special rounding” for subtotals and totals
or changes. Special rounding converts the right-most digit(s) of an amount to “0” or “5” (or “00”, “25”,
“50, “75”) to comply with the requirements of certain areas.
Programming special rounding
See the list below and select the rounding which you require.
Programming procedure
8.Tax table programming (about special rounding)
• Partial tenders (payments): for Danisn Rounding
No rounding is performed for the amount of tendered nor for the change amount due when the customer makes a partial
tender. When a partial tender results in a remaining balance within the range of 1 through 12, the transaction is finalized
as if there was no remaining balance.
• Display and printing of subtotals: for Danish and Australian Rounding
When you press the s key, the rounded subtotal is printed and shown on the display. If the cash register is also set up
to apply an add-on tax rate, the add-on tax amount is also included in the subtotal that is printed and displayed.
Important!
When you are using Danish rounding, you can use the a key to register tendered amount
in which the last (right-most) digits are 00, 25, 50 or 75. This restriction does not apply to the
h and k keys.
IF 1 rounding
Last 1 digit of subtotal Result
0 ~ 2 0
3 ~ 7 5
8 ~ 9 10
D10
~ D1
= 1000000000
IF 2 rounding
Last 1 digit of subtotal Result
0 ~ 4 0
5 ~ 9 10
D10
~ D1
= 2000000000
Danish rounding
Last 2 digit of
subtotal/cash change Result
00 ~ 12 00
13 ~ 37 25
38 ~ 62 50
63 ~ 87 75
88 ~ 99 100
D10
~ D1
= 3000000000
Finnish rounding
Last 2 digit of
subtotal/cash change Result
0 ~ 2 0
3 ~ 7 5
8 ~ 9 10
D10
~ D1
= 6000000000
Norwegian rounding
Last 1 digit of
subtotal Result
00 ~ 24 0
25 ~ 74 50
75 ~ 99 100
D10
~ D1
= 4000000000
Singaporean rounding
Last 1 digit of
item, %+, %- registration Result
0 ~ 2 0
3 ~ 7 5
8 ~ 9 10
D10
~ D1
= 5300000000
South African rounding
Last 1 digit of subtotal Result
0 ~ 4 0
5 ~ 9 5
D10
~ D1
= 8000000000
New Zealander (A) rounding
Last 1 digit of
subtotal/cash change Result
0 ~ 4 0
5 ~ 9 10
D10
~ D1
= 9000000000
New Zealander (B) rounding
Last 1 digit of
subtotal/cash change Result
0 ~ 5 0
6 ~ 9 10
D10
~ D1
= 9000000001
Australian rounding
Last 1 digit of
subtotal/cash change Result
0 ~ 2 0
3 ~ 7 5
8 ~ 9 10
D10
~ D1
= 7000000000
6 3s 6 422 s 6 s
: : ~ : a
D10 D9 D1
PGM
Mode switch
Enter the code in the list
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1. Turn mode switch to X mode.
2. Enter 01012001, press <ST>.
3. Press <CA>. (If you want to cancel this procedure, press <ST> instead of <CA>.)
10. For Australian GST
NOTE:
After completion of register programming, enter 6200 and s in the PGM 7 mode
(PGM mode ⇒ 7s) to backup the program data into the internal non-volatile memory.
(This opration takes about 30 seconds.)
After completion of this procedure, the “GST system was changed” message was printed on receipt and;
1 Tax symbol (*) is printed.
2 Taxable amount is skipped.
3 “GST INCLUDED” is set to the TX1 descriptor.
4 “TAXABLE AMT” is set to the TA1 descriptor.
5 Total line is printed even in direct (cash) sale.
6 Australian rounding is set.
7 “$” is set to the monetary symbol.
8 Print “MOF message” on receipt.
9 Tax (10% tax rate, add-in tax, fraction round off) is set to the tax table 1.
No data is set to other tax tables.
0 The taxable amount and tax amount except TA1/TX1 are not printed on report.
A Restriction (to 0, 5) on last amount digit of cash sales, received on account, paid out,
and money declaration.
9. Select watermark on receipt.
Turn the mode switch to “PGM”, enter <0> or <1>, and press the <CHK>, <ST>
Example: no watermark 2 0ks
with watermark 2 1ks
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
PGM
Mode Switch
601012001 s 6 a
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11. Department unit price programming
12. PLU unit price programming
13. Discount rate programming
14. Issuing daily reset report
After business hours, issue daily reset report.
Refer to page-47.
Maximum 6-digit unit price can be set to the department.
Refer to page-33.
Tax calculation status can be set to the department.
Refer to page-33.
Maximum 6-digit unit price can be set to the PLU.
Refer to page-35.
Tax calculation status can be set to the PLU.
Refer to page-35.
0.01 - 99.99% rate can be set to the Discount key.
Refer to page-38.
Tax calculation status can be set to the Discount key.
Refer to page-38.
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15. Advanced operations and Setups
Using clerk functions ..................................... 48
Single item cash sales .................................... 49
Currency exchange function .......................... 50
Premium ......................................................... 52
Coupon ........................................................... 52
VAT breakdown printing ................................ 53
Age verification ............................................. 53
Check tracking system ................................... 54
Flat-PLU ........................................................ 57
Text recall....................................................... 57
Input the number of customers ...................... 57
Clerk interrupt function ................................. 58
17. Troubleshooting
16. Issuing reports
Condiment / preparation PLUs ...................... 59
Set menu ........................................................ 59
Arrangement key registrations ....................... 60
Tips ................................................................ 60
Item correction by using VOID key............... 61
Addition ......................................................... 61
Department / PLU name selection / set ......... 62
Preset message /graphic selection / set .......... 62
Character manual input .................................. 63
Machine feature program ............................... 70
Key function program .................................... 78
Keyboard layout change ................................ 87
Individual item read report ............................ 88
Daily read report ............................................ 89
PLU report ................................................ 89
Monthly report .......................................... 89
Hourly report ............................................ 89
Group report ............................................. 89
Flash report ............................................... 89
Open check report..................................... 89
Daily reset report ........................................... 90
Periodic sales report ....................................... 94
Program read report ....................................... 96
E sign appears .............................................. 100
Drawer does not open .................................. 101
L sign appears .............................................. 103
To replace receipt / journal paper......... 104, 105
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Getting
Started
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20
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Introducing the Register
Roll paper
You can use the roll paper to print receipts and a
journal (page 11 ~ 12).
Mode key
There are two types of mode keys: the program key
(marked “PGM”) and the operator key (marked “OP”).
The program key can be used to set the mode switch to
any position, while the operator key can select the
REG and OFF position.
Drawer
The drawer opens automatically whenever you finalize
a registration and whenever you issue a read or reset
report. The drawer will not open if it is locked with the
drawer key.
Drawer lock / Drawer key
Use the drawer key to lock and unlock the drawer.
Operator key Program key
OP
General guide
This part of the manual introduces you to the cash register and provides a general explanation of its various parts.
display drawer keyboard pop-up display printer cover take-up reel main operator customer
PGM
Magnetic plate
Use this plate for tacking the notes received from
customer.
Drawer key
Take-up reel
Roll paper
Printer
RAC connector cover
Pop-up display
(customer display)
Main display
Mode switch
Keyboard
Com port connector
cover
Printer cover
Drawer
Drawer lock
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21
Introducing
the
Register
E
X
REG
REG
OFF
OFF
RF
RF
PGM
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
Mode switch
Use the mode keys to change the position of the mode switch and select the mode you want to use.
How to set the Pop-up display
1. Lift the unit until it stops. 2. Rotate the unit.
How to set the menu sheet
1. Pull the sheet cover up and remove the old menu sheet. 2. Put the new menu sheet and replace the cover.
8 16 24 32 40 48 56 64 72
7 15 23 31 39 47 55 63 71
6 14 22 30 38 46 54 62 70
5 13 21 29 37 45 53 61 69
4 12 20 28 36 44 52 60 68
3 11 19 27 35 43 51 59 67
2 10 18 26 34 42 50 58 66
1 9 17 25 33 41 49 57 65
A
B
Alunch Blunch Clunch Dlunch Elunch Flunch Glunch Hlunch Ilunch
Asetmenu Bsetment Csetmenu Dsetmenu Esetmenu Fsetmenu Gsetmenu Hsetmenu Isetmenu
Abreakfast Bbreakfast Cbreakfast Dbreakfast Ebreakfast Fbreakfast Gbreakfast Hbreakfast Ibreakfast
Adinner Bdinner Cdinner Edinner Edinner Fdinner Gdinner Hdinner Idinner
Alunch Blunch Clunch Dlunch Elunch Flunch Glunch Hlunch Ilunch
Asetmenu Bsetment Csetmenu Dsetmenu Esetmenu Fsetmenu Gsetmenu Hsetmenu Isetmenu
Abreakfast Bbreakfast Cbreakfast Dbreakfast Ebreakfast Fbreakfast Gbreakfast Hbreakfast Ibreakfast
Adinner Bdinner Cdinner Edinner Edinner Fdinner Gdinner Hdinner Idinner
D
C
Mode
Switch
Mode Name Description
X2/Z2
Z
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Periodic sale
read/reset
Daily sales reset
Daily sales read
Register
Stand-by
Refund
Program
Used to obtain periodic sales reports without resetting total
data or while resetting all total data.
Used to obtain daily reports while resetting (clearing) all
total data.
Used to obtain daily reports without resetting (clearing) all total
data.
Used for normal registration.
Cash register standing by.
Used for registering refund transaction.
Used for cash register programming.
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Display
Display panel
Main display
Customer display
1"34
3 ST •123.45
PRETZEL
1"34
RPT
AMOUNT
T1 T2 T3 T4 TOTAL CHANGE
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Introducing
the
Register
E
1 Item count and subtotal
This part of the display shows item sold count and
subtotal.
2 Item / Key / Change descriptor
When you register an item or key, the item / key /
change descriptor appears here.
Mode descriptor is also displayed here.
3 Amount / Quantity
This part of the display shows monetary amounts.
It also can be used to show the current time.
(The current date is shown in the alphanumeric
display.)
4 Taxable sales status indicators
When you register a taxable item, the corresponting
indicator is lit.
Displays
Main Display Pop-up (customer) display
(alphanumeric + numeric display) (numeric display)
Item registration (by department/PLU)
Repeat registration
Totalize operation
"50
3
'66
3
!50
3
5 Number of repeats
Anytime you perform a repeat registration (page 31,
36), the number of repeats appears here.
Note that only one digit is displayed for the number
of repeats. This means that a “5” could mean 5, 15 or
even 25 repeats.
6 Tendered amount
When the tender operation is made, the entered value
appears here.
7 Total / Change indicators
When the TOTAL indicator is lit, the displayed value
is monetary total or subtotal amount.
When the CHANGE indicator is lit, the displayed
value is the change due.
1
3
4
2
3 ST •12.34
DEPT001
!50
RPT
AMOUNT
T1 T2 T3 T4 TOTAL CHANGE
6
3
2
CASH •20.00
CG
'66
RPT
AMOUNT
T1 T2 T3 T4 TOTAL CHANGE
7
1
3
2
6 ST •19.84
PLU0001
3 "50
RPT
AMOUNT
T1 T2 T3 T4 TOTAL CHANGE
5 4
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Introducing the Register
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8 16 24 32 40 48 56 64 72
7 15 23 31 39 47 55 63 71
6 14 22 30 38 46 54 62 70
5 13 21 29 37 45 53 61 69
4 12 20 28 36 44 52 60 68
3 11 19 27 35 43 51 59 67
2 10 18 26 34 42 50 58 66
1 9 17 25 33 41 49 57 65
7 8 9
4 5 6
1 2 3
0 00 .
ERR.CORR
CANCEL
RF —
C %–
%+
HELP
TAX
PGM
MENU
SHIFT
CLK# SIGN
OFF
GUEST/
POST
RECEIPT
RECEIPT
ON/OFF RC PD
VAT NEW OLD
NB
DATE
TIME
X
CHK
SUBTOTAL
CA AMT
TEND
PLU
PRICE
JOURNAL
FEED
RECEIPT
FEED NS
#
1
H
I
J K
P
R
3
2 N
L
7
8
0
9
A B
D
C
E
F
G
O
Q
4
5
6
S
M
Keyboard
1 Paper feed key f, j
Hold this key down to feed paper from the printer.
2 Ten key pad 0, 1, ~ 9, -, ^
Use these keys to input numbers.
3 Clear key C
Use this key to clear an entry that has not yet been
registered.
4 Cash amount tendered key a
Use this key to register a cash sale.
5 Check key k
Use this key to register a check tender.
6 Subtotal key s
Use this key to display and print the current subtotal
(includes add-on tax) amount.
7 Help key /
Use this key to look up the procedures to set date/time,
tax table etc.
8 Tax program key ~
Use this key to set the tax status and tax table.
9 Clerk number key o
Use this key to sign clerk on and off the register.
0 Sign off key Å
Use this key to sign clerk off the register.
A Received on account key r
Use this key following a numeric entry to register money
received for non-sale transactions.
B Paid out key P
Use this key following a numeric entry to register money
paid out from the drawer.
Use this key to convert the main currency to the sub
currency (the euro/the local money), when registering a
subtotal amount. This key is also used for specifying sub
currency while entering an amount of payment or decla-
ration in drawers.
C Reduction (minus) key m
Use this key to input values for reduction.
D Discount key p
Use this key to register discounts.
E Receipt on/off key Q
Use this key twice to change the status “receipt issue” or
“no receipt.”
F Price key :
Use this key to register unit prices for subdepartment.
G PLU key +
Use this key to input PLU (subdepartment) numbers.
H Refund key R
Use this key to input refund amounts and void certain
entries.
I Multiplication/Date/Time key X
Use this key to input a quantity for a multiplication.
Between transactions, this key displays the current time
and date.
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Introducing
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Register
E
J Error correct / Cancel key e
Use this key to correct registration errors and to cancel
registration of entire transactions.
K Guest / Post receipt key g
Use this key to produce a guest or post-finalization
receipt.
L Department keys !, ", ~
Use these keys to register items to departments.
M Menu shift key @
Use this key to shift flat PLU keys to 1st ~ 3rd menu.
N VAT key V
Use this key to print a VAT breakdown.
O New balance key S
Use this key for adding the latest registered total amount
to the previous balance to obtain a new balance.
P New check key N
Use this key in a check tracking system to input a new
check number in order to open a new check under that
number.
Q Old check key O
Use this key in a check tracking system to input the
number of an existing check (previously created by the
new check key) whose details are stored in the check
tracking memory.
R Non-add / No sale key N
Non-add key: Use this key to print reference number (to
identify a personal check, credit card, etc.) during a
transaction, use this key after some numerical entries.
No sale key: Use this key to open the drawer without
registering anything.
S Premium key U
Use this key to register premiums.
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Introducing the Register
E
Allocatable functions
You can tailor a keyboard to suit your particular type of
business.
Add check
Use this key in a check tracking system to combine the details of
more than one check into a single check.
Addition (plus)
Use this key for registering surcharge.
Age verification
Use this key to enter tge birthdate of the customer for age
verification.
Arrangement
Use this key to activate an arrangement program programmed in
the arrangement file. Any operation that can be performed from
the keyboard, as well as mode, can be programmed in an
arrangement program, and can be performed merely by pressing
this key. In addition, one numeric entry can be included in an
arrangement program. In this case, input the number and press
this key.
The mode control function of this key can be programmed for
all modes except for the OFF and PGM mode.
Cash amount tendered
Use this key to register a cash sale.
Charge
Use this key to register a charge sale.
Check tendered
Use this key to register a check tender.
Clerk number
Use this key to sign clerk on and off the register.
Coupon
Use this key to register coupons.
Credit
Use this key to register a credit sale.
Currency exchange
Use this key for calculating subtotal amounts or paying amount
due in foreign currency.
Customer number
Use this key to register the number of customers.
Department
Use these keys to register items to departments.
Department no. / Department shift
Department no.: Use this key to input department numbers.
Department shift: Use this key to shift the department key
number.
Discount
Use this key to register discounts.
Enter
In an arrangement program, this key is used to insert numbers
entered before registering the arrangement.
Error correct / Cancel
Use this key to correct registration errors and to cancel registra-
tion of entire transactions.
Flat-PLU
Use this key to register items to flat-PLUs.
Help
Use this key to look up the procedures to set date/time, tax table
etc.
Manual tax
Use this key to register a tax amount.
Menu shift
Use this key to shift flat PLU keys to 1st ~ 3rd menu.
Merchandise subtotal
Use this key to obtain subtotal excluding the add-on tax amount
and the previous balance.
Multiplication
Use this key to input a quantity for a multiplication operation.
Between transactions, this key displays the current time and
date.
New balance
Use this key for adding the latest registered total amount to the
previous balance to obtain a new balance.
New check
Use this key in a check tracking system to input a new check
number in order to open a new check under that number.
New / Old check
Use this key in a check tracking system to input check numbers
in order to open new checks and to reopen existing checks.
When the clerk inputs a check number, the register checks to see
if that number already exists in the check tracking memory. If
there is no matching number in the memory, a new check is
opened under the input number. If the check number input
matches a number already stored in the memory, that check is
reopened for further registration or finalization.
No sale
Use this key to open the drawer between transaction.
Non-add
Use this key to print reference numbers (personal check number,
card number, etc.)
Non-add / No sale
Non-add: Use this key to print reference number (to identify a
personal check, credit card, etc.) during a transaction, use this
key after some numerical entries.
No sale: Use this key to open the drawer without registering
anything.
Old check
Use this key in a check tracking system to input the number of
an existing check (previously created by the New check key)
whose details are stored in the check tracking memory. Existing
checks are reopened to perform further registration or to finalize
them.
Open
Use this key to temporarily release a limitation on the number of
digits that can be input for a unit price.
Paid out
Use this key following a numeric entry to register money paid
out from the drawer.
Use this key to convert the main currency to the sub currency
(the euro/the local money), when registering a subtotal amount.
This key is also used for specifying sub currency while entering
an amount of payment or declaration in drawers.
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Introducing
the
Register
E
PLU/Subdepartment
Use this key to input PLU (subdepartment) numbers.
Premium
Use this key to register premiums.
Price
Use this key to register unit prices for PLU (subdepartment).
Multiplication / For
Use this key to input a quantity for a multiplication operation
and registration of split sales of packaged items. Between
transactions, this key displays the current time and date.
Post receipt
Use this key to produce a guest or post-finalization
receipt.
Receipt on/off
Use this key twice to change the status “receipt issue” or “no
receipt.”
Received on account
Use this key following a numeric entry to register money
received for non-sale transactions.
Reduction (minus)
Use this key to input values for reduction.
Refund
Use this key to input refund amounts and void certain entries.
Sign off
Use this key to sign clerk off the register.
Subtotal
Use this key to display and print the current subtotal (includes
add-on tax) amount.
Tax status shift 1
Use this key to change the Taxable 1 status of the next item.
Tax status shift 2
Use this key to change the Taxable 2 status of the next item.
Tax program
Use this key to program tax status and tax table easily.
Text recall
Use this key to print presett characters.
Tip
Use this key to register tips.
VAT
Use this key to print a VAT breakdown.
Void
Use this key to invalidate preceding item data registered.
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How to read the printouts
• The journal / receipts are records of all transactions and operations.
• The contents printed on receipts and journal are almost identical.
• You can choose the journal skip function.
If the journal skip function is selected, the cash register will print the total amount of each transaction, and the
details of premium, discount and reduction operations only, without printing department and PLU item registra-
tions on the journal.
• The following items can be skipped on receipts and journal.
• Taxable status
• Taxable amount
• Item counter
Receipt Sample Journal Sample Journal Sample
(Item lines Included) (by half height character)
*1 You can choose to print preset message and graphic at the top of the receipt or at the bottom of the receipt.
Basic Operations and Setups
In the operation examples contained in this manual, the print samples are what would be produced if the roll
paper is being used for receipts. They are not actual size. Actual receipts are 58 mm wide. Also, all sample receipts
and journals are printout images.
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New Year
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REG 03-06-2008 11:58
C01 0001 000123
1 DEPT001 T1 •1.00
1 DEPT002 T1 •2.00
5 DEPT003 •5.00
7 No
TA1 •3.00
TX1 •0.15
TL •8.15
CASH •10.00
CG •1.85
*** BOTTOM MESSAGE ***
*** BOTTOM MESSAGE ***
*** BOTTOM MESSAGE ***
*** BOTTOM MESSAGE ***
— Logo message
— Commercial message
— Preset message *1
— Preset graphic *1
— Mode/Date/Time
— Clerk/Machine No.
Consecutive No.
— Q’ty/Item
— Item counter
— Bottom message
REG 03-06-2008 11:58
C 01 0001 000123
1 DEPT001 T1 •1.00
1 DEPT002 T1 •2.00
5 DEPT003 •5.00
7 No
TA1 •3.00
TX1 •0.15
TL •8.15
CASH •10.00
CG •1.85
REG 03-06-2008 11:59
C 01 0001 000124
1 DEPT001 T1 •1.00
1 DEPT012 T1 •1.00
5 DEPT003 •6.00
7 No
TA1 •2.00
TX1 •0.10
TL •8.10
CASH •10.00
CG •1.90
REG 03-06-2008 11:59
C 01 0001 000125
REG 03-06-2008 11:58
C01 0001 000123
1 DEPT001 T1 •1.00
1 DEPT002 T1 •2.00
5 DEPT003 •5.00
7 No
TA1 •3.00
TX1 •0.15
TL •8.15
CASH •10.00
CG •1.85
REG 03-06-2008 11:59
C01 0001 000124
1 DEPT001 T1 •1.00
1 DEPT012 T1 •1.00
5 DEPT003 •6.00
7 No
TA1 •2.00
TX1 •0.10
TL •8.10
CASH •10.00
CG •1.90
REG 03-06-2008 11:59
C01 0001 000124
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Basic
Operations
and
Setups
29 E
• Check to make sure that the cash register is
plugged in securely. Page 13
• Check to make sure there is enough paper
left on the roll. Pages 11, 12
• Read the flash report to confirm that totals are
all zero. Page 89
• Check the date and time. Page 30
• Register transactions. Page 31 -
• Periodically read totals. Page 88
• Reset the daily totals. Page 47, 90
• Remove the journal. Page 104
• Empty the cash drawer and leave it open. Page 20
• Take the cash and journal to the office.
How to use your cash register
The following describes the general procedure you should use in order to get the most out of your cash register.
BEFORE business hours…
DURING business hours…
AFTER business hours…
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Before business hours
Checking the time and date
You can show the time or date on the display of the cash register whenever
there is no registration being made.
To display and clear the date/time
OPERATION DISPLAY
X
C
Preparing coins for change
You can use the following procedure to open the drawer without registering
an item. This operation must be performed out of a sale.
(You can use the r key instead of this key. See page 43.)
Opening the drawer without a sale
OPERATION RECEIPT
N
Date/time appears on the display.
Clears the date/time display.
#/NS •••••••••
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
OP PGM
Mode switch
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
OP PGM
Mode switch
REG
~00
RPT
AMOUNT
T1 T2 T3 T4 TOTAL CHANGE
15-06-2008 (SUN)
08-3~
RPT
AMOUNT
T1 T2 T3 T4 TOTAL CHANGE
Date
Time
Blinking
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Operations
and
Setups
31 E
Preparing and using department keys
Registering department keys
The following examples show how you can use the department keys in
various types of registrations.
Single item sale
Example 1
OPERATION RECEIPT
1-
!
F
Example 2 (Subtotal registration and change computation)
OPERATION RECEIPT
1234
!
s
20-F
Repeat
OPERATION RECEIPT
150!
!
!
s
10-F
Unit price $12.34
————————
——
Item Quantity 1
————————
——
Dept. 1
—————————————
Payment Cash $20.00
Unit price
Department
Amount tendered
Unit price $1.00
————————
——
Item Quantity 1
————————
——
Dept. 1
—————————————
Payment Cash $1.00
Unit price $1.50
————————
——
Item Quantity 3
————————
——
Dept. 1
—————————————
Payment Cash $10.00
1 DEPT001 •12.34
TL •12.34
CASH •20.00
CG •7.66
— Total amount
— Amount tendered
— Change
1 DEPT001 •1.00
TL •1.00
CASH •1.00
Department No./
— unit price
— Total amount
1 DEPT001 •1.50
1 DEPT001 •1.50
1 DEPT001 •1.50
TL •4.50
CASH •10.00
CG •5.50
— Repeat
— Repeat
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
OP PGM
Mode switch
Unit price
Department
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Unit price $1.00
————————
——
Item Quantity 12
————————
——
Dept. 1
—————————————
Payment Cash $20.00
Quantity
(4-digit integer/3-digit decimal)
Multiplication
OPERATION RECEIPT
12X
1-!
s
20-F
Department shift
OPERATION RECEIPT
}1-!
F
Department number
OPERATION RECEIPT
31}
13-:
F
• If } is not allocated on the keyboard, key allocation is necessary.
Designating upper department
press } first.
(-2- shows).
Unit price $1.00
————————
——
Item Quantity 1
————————
——
Dept. 73
—————————————
Payment Cash $1.00
1 DEPT073 •1.00
TL •1.00
CASH •1.00
Unit price $13.00
————————
——
Item Quantity 1
————————
——
Dept. 31
—————————————
Payment Cash $13.00 Unit price
Department No.
1 DEPT031 •13.00
TL •13.00
CASH •13.00
12 DEPT001 •12.00
TL •12.00
CASH •20.00
CG •8.00
— Quantity/result
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and
Setups
33 E
61s 6 ~ 6 6 s
Different setting
Same setting
Appropriate
key
Mode switch
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
PGM
*
* Press ~ key repeatedly until the status you want to program is appeared on the display.
T/S1
~00
RPT
AMOUNT
T1 T2 T3 T4 TOTAL CHANGE
T/S2
~00
RPT
AMOUNT
T1 T2 T3 T4 TOTAL CHANGE
T/S3
~00
RPT
AMOUNT
T1 T2 T3 T4 TOTAL CHANGE
Programming procedure
To program high amount limit for each department
Programming procedure
63s 6 1566s 6 * 6 : ~ : 6 6 s
Different setting
Same setting
D6 ~ D1
Appropriate
key
Mode switch
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
PGM
Description Choice Program code
High amount limit for entering unit price manually.
Significant
numbers :~ :D6
~D1
6 1s 6
* 6 : : : : : : 6 6 s
Unit price
Different setting
Same setting
Mode switch
Appropriate
key
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
PGM
To program the tax calculation status for each department
Tax calculation status
This specification defines which tax table should be used for automatic tax calculation.
Programming department keys
To program a unit price for each department
Appropriate key: In case of shifting department, press } key first.
* In case of shifting upper department, press } key here.
* In case of shifting upper department, press } key here.
• If } is not allocated on the keyboard, key allocation is necessary.
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Registering department keys by programming data
Preset price
OPERATION RECEIPT
"
F
Preset tax status
OPERATION RECEIPT
5X
#
$
s
20-F
Locking out high amount limitation
OPERATION RECEIPT
1050#
C
105#
s
2-F
Unit price ($2.00)preset
—————————
Quantity 5
Item 1 —————————
Dept. 3
—————————
Taxable (1)preset
—————————————
Unit price ($2.00)preset
—————————
Quantity 1
Item 2 —————————
Dept. 4
—————————
Taxable (2)preset
—————————————
Payment Cash $20.00
Unit price ($1.00)preset
—————————
Item Quantity 1
—————————
Dept. 2
—————————————
Payment Cash $1.00
Unit price $1.05
—————————
Quantity 1
Item —————————
Dept. 3
—————————
Max.amount ($10.00)preset
—————————————
Payment Cash $2.00
ERROR ALARM
(Exceeding high amount)
5 DEPT003 T1 •10.00
1 DEPT004 T2 •2.00
TA1 •10.00
TX1 •0.40
TA2 •2.00
TX2 •0.20
TL •12.60
CASH •20.00
CG •7.40
1 DEPT002 •1.00
TL •1.00
CASH •1.00
— Department No./
unit price
Tax status
— Taxable Amount 1
— Tax 1
— Taxable Amount 2
— Tax 2
1 DEPT003 •1.05
TL •1.05
CASH •2.00
CG •0.95
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
OP PGM
Mode switch
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Operations
and
Setups
35 E
Preparing and using PLUs
This section describes how to prepare and use PLUs.
CAUTION:
Before you use PLUs, you must first program the unit price and tax status.
Programming PLUs
To program a unit price for each PLU
6 1s 6 ~ 6 PLU No. + 6 s
To newPLU
Same setting
Mode switch
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
PGM
*
* Press ~ key repeatedly until the status you want to program is appeared on the display.
T/S1
~00
RPT
AMOUNT
T1 T2 T3 T4 TOTAL CHANGE
T/S2
~00
RPT
AMOUNT
T1 T2 T3 T4 TOTAL CHANGE
T/S3
~00
RPT
AMOUNT
T1 T2 T3 T4 TOTAL CHANGE
To program tax calculation status for each PLU
6 1s 6 PLU No.+ 6 : : : : : : 6 a 6 s
Unit price
To new (not sequencial) PLU
Different setting to the next PLU
Same setting
Mode switch
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
PGM
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PLU code
Registering PLUs
The following examples show how you can use PLUs in various types of
registrations.
PLU single item sale
OPERATION RECEIPT
14
+
s
3-F
PLU repeat
OPERATION RECEIPT
14+
+
+
s
10-F
PLU multiplication
OPERATION RECEIPT
10X
7+
s
20-F
Unit price ($2.50)preset
—————————
Item Quantity 1
—————————
PLU 14
—————————————
Payment Cash $3.00
Unit price ($2.50)preset
—————————
Item Quantity 3
—————————
PLU 14
—————————————
Payment Cash $10.00
Unit price ($2.00)preset
—————————
Item Quantity 10
—————————
PLU 7
—————————————
Payment Cash $20.00
— PLU No./unit price
1 PLU0014 •2.50
TL •2.50
CASH •3.00
CG •0.50
1 PLU0014 •2.50
1 PLU0014 •2.50
1 PLU0014 •2.50
TL •7.50
CASH •10.00
CG •2.50
10 PLU0007 •20.00
TL •20.00
CASH •20.00
CG •0.00
— Quantity/result
Quantity
(4-digit integer/3-digit decimal)
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
OP PGM
Mode switch
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Unit price $32.80
——————————
Item 1 Quantity 1
——————————
PLU 30
——————————————
Unit price $13.00
——————————
Item 2 Quantity 2
——————————
PLU 31
——————————————
Payment Cash $60.00
Unit price
Repeat
1 PLU0030 •32.80
1 PLU0031 •13.00
1 PLU0031 •13.00
TL •58.80
CASH •60.00
CG •1.20
Open PLU
OPERATION RECEIPT
30+
3280:
31+
13-:
:
s
60-F
• Before registering an open PLU, it is necessary to preset it as an open PLU.
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Applies the preset discount
rate to the last item registered.
The input value takes priority
of the preset value.
6 1s 6 : : : : 6 p 6 s
Preset rate
Example: 10.0% 2 10 5.5% 2 5^5
12.34% 2 12^34
Mode switch
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
PGM
To program the tax calculation status to the p key
Refer to page 33.
Registering discounts
The following example shows how you can use the p key in various types
of registration.
Discount for items and subtotals
OPERATION RECEIPT
5-!
16+
p
s
3^5p
s
15-F
• You can manually input rates up to 4 digits long (0.01% to 99.99%).
Taxable status of the p key
• Whenever you perform a discount operation on the last item registered, the tax calculation for discount amount
is performed in accordance with the tax status programmed for that item.
• Whenever you perform a discount operation on a subtotal amount, the tax calculation for the subtotal amount is
performed in accordance with the tax status programmed for the p key.
Preparing and using discounts
This section describes how to prepare and register discounts.
Programming discounts
To program a rate to the p key
Dept. 1 $5.00
—————————
Item 1 Quantity 1
—————————
Taxable (1)preset
—————————————
PLU 16 ($10.00)preset
—————————
Item 2 Quantity 1
—————————
Taxable (2)preset
—————————————
Discount Rate (5%)preset
—————————————
Subtotal Rate 3.5%
———————––––
discount Taxable Nontaxable
—————————————
Payment Cash $15.00
1 DEPT001 T1 •5.00
1 PLU0016 T2 •10.00
5%
%- T2 -0.50
ST •14.50
3.5%
%- -0.51
TA1 •5.00
TX1 •0.20
TA2 •9.50
TX2 •0.48
TL •14.67
CASH •15.00
CG •0.33
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
OP PGM
Mode switch
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6 1s 6 : : : : : : 6 m 6 s
Unit price
Mode switch
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
PGM
Preparing and using reductions
This section describes how to prepare and register reductions.
Programming for reductions
You can use the m key to reduce single item or subtotal amounts.
To program preset reduction amount
To program the tax calculation status to the m key
Refer to page 33.
Registering reductions
The following examples show how you can use the m key in various types
of registration.
Reduction for items and subtotal
OPERATION RECEIPT
5-!
25m
45+
m
s
75m
10-F
• You can manually input reduction values up to 7 digits long.
• If you want to subtract the reduction amount from the department or PLU totalizer, program “Net totaling.”
Reduces the last amount
registered by the value input.
Dept. 1 $5.00
—————————
Item 1 Quantity 1
—————————
Taxable (1)preset
—————————————
Reduction Amount $0.25
—————————————
PLU 45 ($6.00)preset
—————————
Item 2 Quantity 1
—————————
Taxable (1)preset
—————————————
Reduction Amount ($0.50)preset
—————————————
Subtotal Amount $0.75
———————––––
Reduction Taxable (No)preset
—————————————
Payment Cash $10.00
1 DEPT001 T1 •5.00
- T1 -0.25
1 PLU0045 T1 •6.00
- T1 -0.50
- -0.75
TA1 •10.25
TX1 •0.41
TL •9.91
CASH •10.00
CG •0.09
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
OP PGM
Mode switch
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E
Registering credit and check payments
The following examples show how to register credits and payments by check.
Check
OPERATION RECEIPT
11-!
s
1234N
20-k
Dept. 4 $15.00
Item —————————
Quantity 1
—————————————
Payment Charge $15.00
Dept. 4 $55.00
Item —————————
Quantity 1
—————————————
Check $30.00
Payment —————————
Cash $25.00
Dept. 1 $11.00
Item —————————
Quantity 1
—————————————
Reference Number 1234
—————————————
Payment Check $20.00
1 DEPT001 •11.00
#/NS 1234
TL •11.00
CHECK •20.00
CG •9.00
— Reference No.
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
OP PGM
Mode switch
Mixed tender (cash and check)
OPERATION RECEIPT
55-$
s
30-k
25-F
Charge
OPERATION RECEIPT
15-$
s
h
• If h is not allocated on the keyboard, key allocation is necessary.
Credit
OPERATION RECEIPT
10-#
s
c
• If c is not allocated on the keyboard, key allocation is necessary.
Dept. 3 $10.00
Item —————————
Quantity 1
—————————————
Payment Credit $10.00
1 DEPT003 •10.00
TL •10.00
CREDIT •10.00
1 DEPT004 •15.00
TL •15.00
CHARGE •15.00
1 DEPT004 •55.00
TL •55.00
CHECK •30.00
CASH •25.00
CG •0.00
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Registering both the Euro and local currency
The following example shows the basic operation using the currency
exchange function between the Euro and the local currency.
Case A: Main currency = Local, Payment = Euro, Change = Local
OPERATION DISPLAY
600 !
P
s
P
15-
a
Case B: Main currency = Euro, Payment = Local, Change = Euro
12- !
P
s
P
6-
a
RECEIPT (Case A) Receipt (Case B)
~00e
RPT T1 T2 T3 T4 TOTAL CHANGE
1"00e
RPT T1 T2 T3 T4 TOTAL CHANGE
~00e
RPT T1 T2 T3 T4 TOTAL CHANGE
1%00e
RPT T1 T2 T3 T4 TOTAL CHANGE
!50
RPT T1 T2 T3 T4 TOTAL CHANGE
1 Press the P key, which converts the subtotal amount
into the sub currency by applying the preset exchange
rate.
After you press the s key, the result is shown on the
display.
1 Press the P key if you enter the payment in the sub
currency.
1 Press the a key to finalize the transaction.
The change amount is shown in the programmed
currency.
~00l
RPT T1 T2 T3 T4 TOTAL CHANGE
&00l
RPT T1 T2 T3 T4 TOTAL CHANGE
~00l
RPT T1 T2 T3 T4 TOTAL CHANGE
&00l
RPT T1 T2 T3 T4 TOTAL CHANGE
~00
RPT T1 T2 T3 T4 TOTAL CHANGE
1 DEPT001 •6.00
TL •6.00
(⁄12.00)
EURO money
CASH ⁄15.00
CASH (•7.50)
CG •1.50
(⁄3.00)
1 DEPT001 ⁄12.00
TL ⁄12.00
(•6.00)
LOCAL money
CASH •6.00
CASH (⁄12.00)
CG ⁄0.00
(•0.00)
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
OP PGM
Mode switch
1 Press the P key, which converts the subtotal amount
into the sub currency by applying the preset exchange
rate.
After you press the s key, the result is shown on the
display.
1 Press the P key if you enter the payment in the sub
currency.
1 Press the a key to finalize the transaction.
The change amount is shown in the programmed
currency.
Eu
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42
E
Registering returned goods in the RF mode
The following examples show how to use the RF mode to register goods
returned by customers.
OPERATION RECEIPT
4-#
15m
2+
p
s
F
Important
• To avoid miss registrations in the RF mode, return the mode switch to the former position immediately.
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
PGM
Mode switch
Registering returned goods in the REG mode
The following example shows how to use the R key in the REG mode to
register goods returned by customers.
OPERATION RECEIPT
235!
2-"
1+
R
235!
R
1+
s
F
Dept. 1 $2.35
Item 1 —————————
Quantity 1
—————————————
Dept. 2 $2.00
Item 2 —————————
Quantity 1
—————————————
PLU 1 ($1.20)preset
Item 3 —————————
Quantity 1
—————————————
Returned
Dept. 1 $2.35
—————————
Item 1 Quantity 1
—————————————
Returned
PLU 1 ($1.20)preset
—————————
Item 3 Quantity 1
—————————————
Payment Cash $2.00
Press R before the item you
want to return.
1 DEPT001 •2.35
1 DEPT002 •2.00
1 PLU0001 •1.20
RF ••••••••
1 DEPT001 -2.35
RF ••••••••
1 PLU0001 -1.20
TL •2.00
CASH •2.00
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
OP PGM
Mode switch
Returned
Dept. 3 $4.00
—————————
Item 1 Quantity 1
—————————————
Reduction Amount $0.15
—————————————
Returned
PLU 2 ($1.20)preset
—————————
IItem 2 Quantity 1
—————————————
Discount Rate (5%)preset
—————————————
Payment Cash $4.99
1 DEPT003 •4.00
- -0.15
1 PLU0002 •1.20
5%
%- -0.06
TL •4.99
CASH •4.99
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Basic
Operations
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Setups
43 E
Registering money received on account
The following example shows how to register money received on account.
This registration must be performed out of a sale.
OPERATION RECEIPT
7--r
Amount can be up to 8 digits.
Registering money paid out
The following example shows how to register money paid out from the
register. This registration must be performed out of a sale.
OPERATION RECEIPT
150P
Amount can be up to 8 digits.
No sale registration
You can use the following procedure to open the drawer without registering a
sale. This operation must be performed out of a sale.
OPERATION RECEIPT
N
Received amount $700.00
Paid out amount $1.50
RC •700.00
PD •1.50
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
OP PGM
Mode switch
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
OP PGM
Mode switch
#/NS •••••••••
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
OP PGM
Mode switch
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E
Making corrections in a registration
There are three techniques you can use to make corrections in a registration.
• To correct an item that you input but not yet registered.
• To correct the last item you input and registered.
• To cancel all items in a transaction.
To correct an item you input but not yet registered
OPERATION RECEIPT
2-
C
1-!
12X
C
11X
2-"
2
C
3+
15+
6-
C
15+
10-:
s
10-
C
15-F
h
Enter PLU No. again.
—
— Correction of unit price
—
—
— Correction of quantity
—
—
— Correction of PLU No.
—
—
— Correction of open PLU unit price
—
—
— Correction of partial tender amount
—
1 DEPT001 •1.00
11 DEPT002 •22.00
1 PLU0003 •1.30
1 PLU0015 •10.00
TL •34.30
CASH •15.00
CHARGE •19.30
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
OP PGM
Mode switch
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To correct an item you input and registered
OPERATION RECEIPT
1-!
2-"
"
e
2+
e
5+
15+
6-:
e
15+
10-:
8X
4-$
e
6X
4-$
s
50p
e
s
5p
R2-"
e
R220"
s
20-F
e
15-F
k
—
—
— Clearance
—
— Correction of PLU No.
—
—
— Correction of open
PLU unit price
—
—
— Correction of quantity
—
—
— Correction of discount
—
—
— Correction of refund item
—
—
— Correction of partial tender
—
Corrected items are not printed on receipt
(in case of programming “Buffered receipt
printing”).
1 DEPT001 •1.00
1 DEPT002 •2.00
1 DEPT002 •2.00
CORR -2.00
1 PLU0002 •2.00
CORR -2.00
1 PLU0005 •1.50
1 PLU0015 •6.00
CORR -6.00
1 PLU0015 •10.00
8 DEPT004 •32.00
CORR -32.00
6 DEPT004 •24.00
ST •38.50
50%
%- -19.25
CORR •19.25
ST •38.50
5%
%- -1.93
RF •••••••••
1 DEPT -2.00
CORR •2.00
RF •••••••••
1 DEPT002 -2.20
TL •34.37
CASH •20.00
CORR -20.00
CASH •15.00
CHECK •19.37
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To cancel all items in a transaction
OPERATION RECEIPT
1-!
2-"
3-#
4-$
s
e
Pressing s key is necessary to cancel
the transaction.
1 DEPT001 •1.00
1 DEPT002 •2.00
1 DEPT003 •3.00
1 DEPT004 •4.00
CANCEL •••••••••
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TA1 •2,369.69
TX1 •128.86
TA2 •2,172.96
TX2 •217.33
------------------------
GT •00000000125478.96
------------------------
Z TRANS 0001
0001012
CASH No 362
•1,638.04
CHARGE No 56
•1,174.85
RC No 4
•810.00
PD No 5
•520.00
•5.00
CORR No 14
•39.55
RCT No 3
NS No 5
------------------------
Printing the daily sales reset report
This report shows daily sales totals.
OPERATION REPORT
8
F
X
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
Z
X2/Z2
PGM
Mode switch
— Date/time
— Machine No./consecutive No.
— Report title
— Department report title/reset counter
— Report code
— Department count/amount *1
— Department total count/total amount
— Fixed total report title/reset counter
— Report code
— Gross total *2
— Net total *2
— Cash in drawer *2
— Charge in drawer *2
— Check in drawer *2
— Credit in drawer 1 *2
— Credit in drawer 2 *2
— Credit in drawer 3 *2
— Credit in drawer 4 *2
— Refund mode *2
— Number of customer *2
— Average sales per customer *2
— Discount total *2
— Refund key *2
— Rounding total *2
— Cancellation *2
Z 03-06-2008 17:00
0001 000231
------------------------
Z DAILY
------------------------
Z DEPT 0001
0001015
DEPT001 203.25
•1,108.54
DEPT002 183
•1,362.26
DEPT008 5
•17.22
------------------------
TL 421.25
•2,872.28
------------------------
Z FIX 0001
0001011
GROSS 981.25
•6,574.40
NET No 111
•7,057.14
CAID •1,919.04
CHID •139.04
CKID •859.85
CRID(1) •709.85
CRID(2) •0.00
CRID(3) •0.00
CRID(4) •0.00
------------------------
RF No 3
•10.22
CUST CT 111
AVRG •63.57
DC •1.22
REF •2.42
ROUND •0.00
CANCEL No 2
•12.97
------------------------
— Taxable 1 amount *2
— Tax 1 amount *2
— Taxable 2 amount *2
— Tax 2 amount *2
— Grand total *2
— Function key report title/reset counter
— Report code
— Function key count/amount *1
*1
Zero totalled departments/functions (the amount and item numbers are both zero) are not printed.
*2
These items can be skipped by programming.
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48
E
Advanced Operations
Using clerk functions
Enable clerk feature
Please follow the below procedure to enable clerk feature.
Clerk number
— Clerk name/machine No./consecutive No.
* COMMERCIAL MESSAGE *
REG 03-06-2008 11:58
C01 0001 000123
1 DEPT01 T1 •1.00
Assigning a clerk
You can assign clerks by using clerk number.
Clerk number key
Clerk sign on
OPERATION RECEIPT
Signing clerk 1 on: 1 6 o
Signing clerk 2 on: 2 6 o
:
:
• If you do not want the clerk number to be shown on the display, press o before entering the number.
Clerk sign off
OPERATION
Signing clerk off: Å
(except PGM mode)
• The current clerk is also signed off whenever you set the mode switch to OFF position.
Important!
• The error code “E008” appears on the display whenever you try to perform a registration, a read/
reset operation without signing on.
• The signed on clerk is also identified on the receipt/journal.
63s 6 2722s 6
6 400000000a 6 s
PGM
Mode switch
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49
Advanced
Operations
and
Setups
E
Example 2
OPERATION RECEIPT
3X
!
Example 3
OPERATION RECEIPT
2-#
!
F
The transaction is immedi-
ately finalized.
The transaction is not finalized.
Because another item is
registered before the single item
sales department.
Dept. 1 ($1.00)
————————
——
Item Quantity 3
————————
——
Status S.I.S
—————————————
Payment Cash $3.00
Dept. 3 $2.00
————————
——
Item 1 Quantity 1
————————
——
Status Normal
—————————————
Dept. 1 ($1.00)
————————
——
Item 2 Quantity 1
————————
——
Status S.I.S
—————————————
Payment Cash $3.00
3 DEPT001 •3.00
TL •3.00
CASH •3.00
1 DEPT003 •2.00
1 DEPT001 •1.00
TL •3.00
CASH •3.00
Single item cash sales
A department key or PLU programmed with single item sale status finalizes the transaction as soon as it is
registered.
The single item sales function can only be used for cash sales.
Example 1
OPERATION RECEIPT
1-!
Dept. 1 $1.00
————————
——
Item Quantity 1
————————
——
Status S.I.S
—————————————
Payment Cash $1.00
The transaction is immediately
finalized.
1 DEPT001 •1.00
TL •1.00
CASH •1.00
— Department No./
unit price
— Cash total amount
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Advanced Operations and Setups
E
(Displays in ¥: 3,150)
(Displays in $)
(Displays in $)
(Displays in $)
(5,000)
Currency exchange function
When <CE> key is pressed, a current subtotal including tax is converted directly into foreign currency and the
result is displayed, and the subsequent finalization is handled using the foreign currency. The currency
exchange function is released by finalizing a transaction, partial tender operation, receipt issuance, or by
pressing <SUBTOTAL>.
Before using the currency exchange function, it is necessary to program the conversion rate.
Registering foreign currency
Full amount tender in foreign currency
* Pre-programmed exchange rate: ¥ 100 = $0.9524
Important!
Tenders in a foreign currency can be registered using the a and k only.
Other finalize keys cannot be used.
OPERATION DISPLAY RECEIPT
5 Enter the unit price and press the
applicable department key.
5 Enter the next unit price and press
the applicable department key.
5 Press E and s without en-
tering a numeric value. This op-
eration converts the subtotal (in-
cluding tax) dollar value into yen
byapplyingapre-programmedex-
change rate. The result is shown
on the display and printed on the
receipt/journal by programming.
5 Enter the amount tendered in yen
and press E. This operation
converts the entered yen amount
into dollars by applying a pre-
programmed exchange rate. The
result is shown on the display.
5 Press to finalize the transaction.
Note that you do not need to reen-
ter the dollar amount.
The register automatically calcu-
lates the change amount due in
dollars and shows it on the dis-
play, receipts and journal.
10-!
20-"
Es
50-E
a
1~00
2~00
#150
%000
1¶62
1 DEPT001 •10.00
1 DEPT002 •20.00
TL •30.00
CE
CASH ¥5,000
CASH •47.62
CG •17.62
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Advanced
Operations
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Setups
E
Partial tender in a foreign currency
* Pre-programmed exchange rate: ¥ 100 = $0.9524
Important!
Partial tender in a foreign currency can be registered using a and k only. Other finalization
keys cannot be used, but the remaining tender can be finalized using any finalize key.
OPERATION DISPLAY RECEIPT
5 Enter the unit price and press the
applicable department key.
5 Enter the next unit price and press
the applicable department key.
5 Press E and s without en-
tering a numeric value. This op-
eration converts the subtotal (in-
cluding tax) dollar value into yen
byapplyingapre-programmedex-
change rate. The result is shown
on the display and printed on the
receipt/journal by programming.
5 Enter the partial amount tendered
in yen and press E.
This operation converts the en-
tered yen amount into dollars by
applying a pre-programmed ex-
change rate. The result is shown
on the display.
5 Press a to specify cash tender
for the yen partial tender. Note
that you do not need to reenter the
dollar amount.
Theregisterautomaticallydeducts
the dollar equivalent of the yen
amount tendered from the total
amountdueandshowstheamount
on the display.
5 Press to finalize the transaction.
10-!
20-"
Es
20-E
a
k
1~00
2~00
#150
"000
1~95
1~95
(Displays in $)
(Displays in $)
(Displays in ¥: 3,150)
(Displays in $)
(Displays in $)
(2,000)
1 DEPT001 •10.00
1 DEPT002 •20.00
TL •30.00
CE
CASH ¥2,000
CASH •19.05
CHECK •10.95
• If <Currency Exchange> key is not allocated on the keyboard, key allocation is necessary.

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