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  • Brand: Casio
  • Product: Cash register
  • Model/name: TK-T200
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English, German, Dutch

Table of Contents

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THANK YOU
YOUR RECEIPT
CALL AGAIN !
HAMBURGER
COFFEE
FRENCH-
FRIED
SANDWICH
ICE CREAM
TK-T200
ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER
USER'S MANUAL
Eu Di U.K.
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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.
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Warning!
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.
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.
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 and the platen.
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Introduction & Contents
Introduction & Contents ...................................................................................... 4
Getting Started ..................................................................................................... 7
Remove the cash register from its box. ............................................................................ 7
Remove the tape holding parts of the cash register in place. ........................................... 7
Install the three memory backup batteries. ....................................................................... 7
Install receipt/journal paper. .............................................................................................. 9
Plug the cash register into a wall outlet. .......................................................................... 11
Insert the mode key marked “PGM” into the mode switch. .............................................. 11
Turn the mode key to the “REG” position. ....................................................................... 11
Set the date. ................................................................................................................... 12
Set the time..................................................................................................................... 12
Select printouts receipt or journal. .................................................................................. 12
Tax table programming ................................................................................................... 13
Introducing TK-T200........................................................................................... 17
General guide ................................................................................................................. 17
Roll paper, Receipt On/Off key, Mode key, Drawer, Drawer lock .......................................................... 17
Mode switch, Lock/unlock the multipurpose tray................................................................................... 18
Displays................................................................................................................................................. 19
Keyboard ............................................................................................................................................... 20
Basic Operations and Setups ........................................................................... 22
How to read the printouts .................................................................................................... 22
How to use your cash register ............................................................................................. 23
Clerk sign on and sign off ............................................................................................... 24
Displaying the time and date .......................................................................................... 25
Preparing coins for change ............................................................................................. 25
Preparing and using department keys................................................................................. 26
Registering department keys .......................................................................................... 26
Programming department keys....................................................................................... 27
Registering department keys by programming data ....................................................... 28
Preparing and using PLUs .................................................................................................. 29
Programming PLUs ........................................................................................................ 29
Registering PLUs ............................................................................................................ 30
Preparing and using flat-PLUs ............................................................................................ 31
Programming flat-PLUs .................................................................................................. 31
Registering flat-PLUs ...................................................................................................... 32
Preparing and using discounts ............................................................................................ 33
Programming discounts .................................................................................................. 33
Registering discounts ..................................................................................................... 34
Preparing and using reductions........................................................................................... 35
Programming for reductions ........................................................................................... 35
Registering reductions .................................................................................................... 36
Registering credit and check payments .............................................................................. 37
Registering returned goods in the REG mode .................................................................... 38
Registering returned goods in the RF mode ....................................................................... 39
Registering money received on account ............................................................................. 40
Registering money paid out................................................................................................. 40
Making corrections in a registration..................................................................................... 41
No sale registration ............................................................................................................. 43
Printing the daily sales reset report ..................................................................................... 44
Convenient Operations and Setups ................................................................. 45
Post-finalization receipt format, General printing control,
Compulsory, Machine features ........................................................................................... 45
About post-finalization receipt......................................................................................... 45
Programming general printing control............................................................................. 46
Programming compulsory and clerk control function ...................................................... 47
Programming read/reset report printing control .............................................................. 48
Setting a store/machine number ......................................................................................... 48
Programming to clerk .......................................................................................................... 49
Programming clerk number ............................................................................................ 49
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Programming trainee status of clerk ............................................................................... 49
Programming clerk commission rate .............................................................................. 50
About the clerk interrupt function .................................................................................... 50
Programming descriptors and messages ............................................................................ 51
Programming report descriptor, grand total, special character,
report title, receipt message and clerk name ................................................................. 51
Programming receipt message/logo stamp control function ........................................... 53
Programming department key descriptor........................................................................ 53
Programming PLU descriptor ......................................................................................... 54
Programming flat-PLU descriptor ................................................................................... 55
Programming function key descriptor ............................................................................. 56
Entering characters ............................................................................................................. 57
Using character keyboard ............................................................................................... 57
Entering characters by code ........................................................................................... 58
Department key feature programming................................................................................. 59
Batch feature programming ............................................................................................ 59
Individual feature programming ...................................................................................... 60
PLU feature programming ................................................................................................... 61
Batch feature programming ............................................................................................ 61
Individual feature programming ...................................................................................... 62
Flat-PLU feature programming ............................................................................................ 63
Batch feature programming ............................................................................................ 63
Individual feature programming ...................................................................................... 64
Percent key feature programming ....................................................................................... 67
Currency exchange programming ....................................................................................... 69
Currency exchange rate programming ........................................................................... 69
Currency exchange feature programming ...................................................................... 69
Registering foreign currency ........................................................................................... 70
Check tracking system ........................................................................................................ 72
To use check tracking specification ................................................................................ 72
The program controlling check tracking specifications ................................................... 73
The program for new balance key .................................................................................. 74
How to program set menu .............................................................................................. 75
How to program the condiment PLU and preparation PLU ............................................ 76
The operations in the “Arrangement” key programming ................................................. 77
Other function key feature programming ............................................................................. 78
Cash, Charge, Check, Credit key ................................................................................... 78
Received on account, Paidout key ................................................................................. 79
Minus, Plus key............................................................................................................... 79
#/No sale key .................................................................................................................. 79
Tax shift key .................................................................................................................... 79
Calculator functions ............................................................................................................. 80
About the daylight saving time ............................................................................................ 81
Keyboard layout change...................................................................................................... 82
Programming the function of each key ........................................................................... 82
Printing read/reset reports ................................................................................................... 84
Reading the cash register's program................................................................................... 90
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................. 94
When an error occurs .......................................................................................................... 94
When the register does not operate at all ........................................................................... 95
In case of power failure ....................................................................................................... 96
When the L sign appears on the display ............................................................................. 96
User Maintenance and Options ........................................................................ 97
To replace journal paper ...................................................................................................... 97
To replace receipt paper ...................................................................................................... 98
Options ................................................................................................................................ 98
Specifications ..................................................................................................... 99
Index .................................................................................................................. 100
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Unpacking the register
Welcome to the CASIO TK-T200!
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.
The main plug on this equipment must be used to disconnect main power.
Please ensure that the socket outlet is installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
Please keep all information for future reference.
Take-up reel
Roll paper
Memory backup
batteries
User's manual/
Character sheet
Drawer key
Mode key
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This section outlines how to unpack the cash register and get it ready to operate.You should read this part of
the manual even if you have used a cash register before. The following is the basic set up procedure, along
with page references where you should look for more details.
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1.
2.
Remove the cash register from its box.
Make sure that all of the parts and accessories
are included.
Remove the tape holding parts of
the cash register in place.
Also remove the small plastic bag taped to the
printer cover. Inside you will find the mode keys.
Install the three memory
backup batteries.
2. Remove the battery
compartment cover.
Slide the cover and
pull it up.
1. Remove the printer
cover and open the
platen arm.
3.
printer cover
platen arm
battery compartment cover
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3. Note the (+) and (–) markings in the battery
compartment. Load a set of three new SUM-
3 (UM-3) batteries so that their positive (+)
and negative (–) ends are facing as indicated
by the markings.
4. Replace the battery compartment cover. 5. Close the platen arm and replace the printer cover.
Install the three memory backup batteries. (continued…)
3.
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.
Precaution!
Incorrectly using batteries can cause them to burst or leak, possibly damaging the interior
of the cash register. Note the following.
• Be sure that the positive (+) and negative (–) ends of the batteries are facing as marked in the
battery compartment when you load them into the unit.
• Never mix batteries of different types.
• Never mix old batteries with new ones.
• Never leave dead batteries in the battery compartment.
• Remove the batteries if you do not plan to use the cash register for long periods.
• Replace the batteries at least once a year, no matter how much the cash register is used during
the period.
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.
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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.
Install receipt/journal paper.
4. 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 f key to take
up any slack in the paper.
During machine
installation, press the f
key after power on.
Complete
Replace the printer cover.
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Plug the cash register into a wall outlet.
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.
5.
6. Insert the mode key marked “PGM” into the mode switch.
Turn the mode key to the “REG” position.
The display should change to the following.
7.
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Set the date.
8.
Set the time.
9.
61s 6 :: :: :: 6 X 6 C
Year Month Day
Current date
Example:
15, March 2002 2 020315
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PGM
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Current time
Example:
08:20 AM 2 0820
09:45 PM 2 2145
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PGM
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Select printouts receipt or journal.
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Issue receipt = 0
Print journal = 1
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Note !
If you need journal and are sometimes required receipts by customers, select “issue receipt”.
After business hours, issue the electronic journal report.
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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), and the type of rounding to apply. Note that special rounding methods (page 15) 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 27) and PLUs (page 29, 31) are to be taxed.
Programming tax calculations (without special rounding)
Prepare the following subjects:
1. Tax rates
2. Rounding method for tax calculation
(Round up/Round off/Cut off)
3. Tax calculation system (Add-on/Add-in)
Programming procedure
Tax table programming
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Assign tax table 1. ................................................................................. 6
Assigning tax table 2, enter 0225.
Assigning tax table 3, enter 0325.
Assigning tax table 4, enter 0425.
Enter tax rate (2 integers and 4 decimals)..
Example: 15% = 15
8.25% = 8^25
.................................................................. 6
Enter rounding method, tax calculation method..
.................................................................. 6
Terminate the procedure.. ...................................................................... 6
Fraction round up 9 0
Fraction round off 5 0
Fraction cut off 0 0
Always “0” 0
Add-on tax 2
Add-in tax 3
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PGM
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Tax table programming (continued…)
Programming tax calculations (with special rounding)
Prepare the following subjects:
1. Tax rates
2. Rounding method for tax calculation (Round up/Round off/Cut off)
3. Tax calculation system (No/Add-on/Add-in)
4. Rounding system (Special rounding 1/Special rounding 2/Special rounding 3/Danish rounding
/Australian rounding) :only effective for Tax Table 1
Programming procedure
11.
Assign tax table 1. ................................................................................. 6
Assigning tax table 2, enter 0225.
Assigning tax table 3, enter 0325.
Assigning tax table 4, enter 0425.
Enter tax rate (2 integers and 4 decimals)
Example: 15% = 15
8.25% = 8^25
non tax = 0
................................................................ 6
Enter rounding method, tax calculation method..
................................................................................... 6
Terminate the procedure. ....................................................................... 6
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Fraction round up 9 0
Fraction round off 5 0
Fraction cut off 0 0
Special rounding 1 * 1
Special rounding 2 * 2
Special rounding 3 * 6
Special rounding 4 * 3
Special rounding 5 * 7
Add-on tax 2
Add-in tax 3
* See the next page.
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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” to comply with
the requirements of certain areas.
1 Special Rounding 1
Last (right-most) digit Rounding result Examples:
0 ~ 2 2 0 1.21 ➔ 1.20
3 ~ 7 2 5 1.26 ➔ 1.25
8 ~ 9 2 10 1.28 ➔ 1.30
2 Special Rounding 2
Last (right-most) digit Rounding result Examples:
0 ~ 4 2 0 1.12 ➔ 1.10
5 ~ 9 2 10 1.55 ➔ 1.60
3 Special Rounding 3
Last (right-most) digits Rounding result Examples:
00 ~ 24 2 0 1.24 ➔ 1.00
25 ~ 74 2 50 1.52 ➔ 1.50
75 ~ 99 2 100 1.77 ➔ 2.00
4 Special Rounding 4 (Danish Rounding)
With Danish rounding, the rounding method applies to subtotals depends on whether you
finalize the transaction by inputting an amount tendered or not.
• When a finalization is performed without • When a finalization is performed with
an amount tendered entry an amount tendered entry
Last (right-most) 2 digits Last (right-most) 2 digits
Rounding result Rounding result
of subtotal of change due
00 ~ 12 2 00 00 ~ 12 2 00
13 ~ 37 2 25 13 ~ 37 2 25
38 ~ 62 2 50 38 ~ 62 2 50
63 ~ 87 2 75 63 ~ 87 2 75
88 ~ 99 2 100 88 ~ 99 2 100
5 Special Rounding 5 (Australian Rounding)
Last (right-most) digit Rounding result Examples:
0 ~ 2 2 0 1.21 ➔ 1.20
3 ~ 7 2 5 1.26 ➔ 1.25
8 ~ 9 2 10 1.28 ➔ 1.30
• Partial tenders (payments): for Danish 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 unrounded 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
c and k keys.
11. About special rounding…
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For Australia only
You can set some programmable options to suit the Australian GST by the following procedure.
12.
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.
* Sign on operation (page 24) is necessary before this operation.
(Execution)
(Cancellation)
CAL
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Introducing TK-T200
Roll paper
You can use the roll paper to print receipts and a
journal (page 9 ~ 10).
Receipt On/Off key
When you are using the printer for receipt printer, you
can use this key (in the REG and RF
modes only) to turn the printer on and off.
If a customer asks for a receipt while
receipt printing is turned off by this key,
you can issue a post-finalization receipt
(page 45).
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, CAL 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
Use the drawer key to lock and unlock the drawer.
Multipurpose tray
This tray can always be opened if the locking knob is in
the unlock position.
Use the locking knob to lock and unlock this tray.
Program Operator
key key
RECEIPT
ON/OFF
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
C-A02
OP
PGM
C-A32
Take-up reel
Roll paper
Printer
Pop-up display
(customer display)
Main display
Mode switch
Keyboard
Wetproof cover
Printer cover
Multipurpose tray
Drawer
Drawer lock
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When the cash drawer does not open!
In case of power failure or the machine is in malfunction,
the cash drawer does not open automatically. Even in
these cases, you can open the cash drawer by pulling
drawer release lever (see below).
Important!
The drawer will not open, if it is locked with a drawer lock key.
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
Mode switch
Use the mode keys to change the position of the mode switch and select the mode you want to use.
Lock/unlock the multipurpose tray
Mode Switch Mode Name Description
Z
X
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
RESET
READ
CALCULATOR
REGISTER
STAND-BY
REFUND
PROGRAM
Reads sales data in memory and clears the data.
Reads sales data in memory without clearing the data.
Use this mode for calculator.
Use this mode for normal registration.
Cash register standing by.
Use this mode to register refund transaction.
Use this mode for cash register programming.
Lock (Red)
Unlock
(Green)
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1 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.)
2 Item/Key descriptor
When you register an item or key, the item/key
descriptor appears here.
Mode descriptor is also displayed here.
3 Number of repeats
Anytime you perform a repeat registration (page 26,
30), the number of repeats appears here.
Displays
Main Display Pop-up (customer) display
(alphanumeric + numeric display) (numeric display)
Item registration (by department/PLU)
Repeat registration
Totalize operation
3 "50
AMOUNT
1
3 2
RECEIPT
ON
RPT
_ 1"34
AMOUNT
1
5 2
RECEIPT
ON
RPT
3 "50
TOTAL CHANGE
1
3
_ 1"34
TOTAL CHANGE
4
5
RECEIPT
ON
RPT
!50
AMOUNT
1
5 2
!50
TOTAL CHANGE
1
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.
4 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.
5 Receipt on/off indicators
When the register is in “issuing receipt” mode,
under-bar sign is lit on this digit. (REG/RF mode,
during standing-by only)
alphanumeric display
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Keyboard
• Register Mode
1 Flat PLU key G,H ~ L
Use these keys to register items to flat PLUs.
2 Guest/Post receipt key g
Guest receipt key: Use this key to produce a guest receipt
(page 73) in a check tracking system.
Post receipt key: Use this key to produce a post-finaliza-
tion receipt (page 45).
3 Menu shift key ,
Use this key to shift the flat PLU key number from 1
through 30 to 31 through 60 or 61 through 90.
G 2 1, ,G 2 31, ,,G 2 61
H 2 2, ,H 2 32, ,,H 2 62
○
○
○
○
○
○
L 2 30, ,L 2 60, ,,L 2 90
4 Clear key C
Use this key to clear an entry that has not yet been
registered.
5 Multiplication/Date/Time key X
Use this key to input a quantity for a multiplication
operation. Between transactions, this key displays the
current time and date.
6 Open/Clerk number key o
This key is initialized as Clerk number key.
Clerk number key: Use this key to sign clerk on and off
the register.
Open key: Use this key to temporarily release a limitation
on the number of digits that can be input for a unit price.
In case of using “Open” function, allocate “Open” key by
programming.
7 PLU key +
Use this key to input PLU (subdepartment) numbers.
8 Paper feed key f
Hold this key down to feed paper from the printer.
9 Receipt on/off key D
Use this key twice to change the status “receipt issue” or
“no receipt”. This key is only effective when the “use
printer for receipt printer” in the printer control program
is selected. In case of “receipt issue”, the “RECEIPT ON”
indicator is lit.
0 Discount key p
Use this key to register discounts.
A Add/Price key A
Add check key: Use this key to combine the details of
more than one check into a single check in a check
tracking system.
Price key: Use this key to register unit prices for
subdepartment.
B Ten key pad 0, 1, ~ 9, -, ^
Use these keys to input numbers.
C Department keys &, ', ( and )
Use these keys to register items to departments.
D Received on account key [
Use this key following a numeric entry to register money
received for non-sale transactions.
E Paid out key P
Use this key following a numeric entry to register money
paid out from the drawer.
1 2
0
F
J
N O
K
G
A B
3 4 5 6 7
C
8
D
H
L
P
M
9
E
I
7 8 9
4 5 6
1 2 3
0 00 •
5 10 15 20 25 30
4 9 14 19 24 29
3 8 13 18 23 28
2 7 12 17 22 27
1 6 11 16 21 26
OPEN
CLK#
GUEST/
POST
RECEIPT
X
DATE
TIME
FEED
MR
RC PD
#
NS
CHK
CR
RECEIPT
ON/OFF
SUB
TOTAL
CA AMT
TEND
C/AC
C PLU
4
3
2
1
%
— OLD
RF NEW
NB
ADD/
PRICE
ERR.CORR
CANCEL
MENU
SHIFT
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F Minus key m
Use this key to input values for subtraction.
G Old check key O
In a check tracking system, use this key to input the
number of an existing check (previously created using the
N key) whose details are stored in the check tracking
memory. Existing checks are reopened to perform further
registration or to finalize them.
H Non-add/No sale key B
Non-add 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.
I Check key k
Use this key to register a check tender.
J Refund key R
Use this key to input refund amounts and void certain
entries.
K New check key N
In a check tracking system, use this key to input a new
check number in order to open a new check under that
number.
L Subtotal key s
Use this key to display and print the current subtotal
(includes add-on tax) amount.
M Credit key c
Use this key to register a credit sale.
N Error correct/Cancel key e
Use this key to correct registration errors and to cancel
registration of entire transactions.
O New balance key n
In a check tracking system, use this key to add latest
registered total to the previous balance to obtain a new
balance.
P Cash amount tendered key a
Use this key to register a cash sale.
• Calculator Mode
4 Clear/All clear key C
0 Percent key p
B Ten key pad 0, 1, ~ 9, -, ^
C Arithmetic operation key &, ', ( and )
D Memory recall key [
H Drawer open key B
P Equal key a
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How to read the printouts
• The journal and receipts are records of all transactions and operations.
• The contents printed on receipts and journal are identical, except the date printing line. (The date line is printed
on receipts and reports.)
• You can choose the journal skip function (page 46).
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.
• Time
• Consecutive number
• Taxable status
• Taxable amount
Receipt Sample Journal Sample Journal Sample
(Item lines Included) (Item lines Skipped)
(normal height) (half height)
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.
Basic Operations and Setups
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** CALL AGAIN **
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* COMMERCIAL MESSAGE *
* COMMERCIAL MESSAGE *
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REG 15-03-2002 12:34
CLERK 01 0001-000123
DEPT01 T1 •1.00
DEPT02 T1 •2.00
5 X @1.00
DEPT03 T2 •5.00
TAX-AMT 1 •3.00
TAX 1 5% •0.15
TAX-AMT 2 •5.00
TAX 2 4% •0.20
TAX •0.35
TOTAL •8.35
CASH •10.00
CHANGE •1.65
7 No
*** BOTTOM MESSAGE ***
*** BOTTOM MESSAGE ***
*** BOTTOM MESSAGE ***
*** BOTTOM MESSAGE ***
*** BOTTOM MESSAGE ***
— Logo message
or graphic logo
— Commercial message
— Mode/Date/Time
— Clerk/Machine No.
-Consecutive No.
— Taxable amount
with tax rate
— Tax total
— Item counter
— Bottom message
REG 12:33
CLERK 01 0001-000122
DEPT01 T1 •1.00
DEPT02 T1 •2.00
TAX-AMT 1 •3.00
TAX 1 •0.15
TAX •0.15
CASH •3.15
2 No
REG 12:34
CLERK 01 0001-000123
DEPT01 T1 •1.00
DEPT02 T1 •2.00
5 X @1.00
DEPT03 T2 •5.00
TAX-AMT 1 •3.00
TAX 1 5% •0.15
TAX-AMT 2 •5.00
TAX 2 4% •0.20
TAX •0.35
TOTAL •8.35
CASH •10.00
CHANGE •1.65
7 No
REG 12:35
CLERK 01 0001-000124
DEPT01 T1 •1.00
DEPT02 T1 •2.00
5 X @1.00
DEPT03 T2 •5.00
REG 15-03-2002 12:32
CLERK 01 0001-000121
TAX=AMT 1 •3.00
TAX 1 5% •0.15
TAX •0.15
CASH •3.15
2 No
REG 15-03-2002 12:33
CLERK 01 0001-000122
TAX-AMT 1 •3.00
TAX 1 5% •0.15
TAX •0.15
CA •3.15
2 No
REG 15-03-2002 12:34
CLERK 01 0001-000123
TAX-AMT 1 •3.00
TAX 1 5% •0.15
TAX-AMT 2 •5.00
TAX 2 4% •0.20
TAX •0.35
TOTAL •8.35
CASH •10.00
CHANGE •1.65
7 No
REG 15-03-2002 12:35
CLERK 01 0001-000124
TAX-AMT 1 •3.00
TAX 1 5% •0.15
TAX-AMT 2 •5.00
TAX 2 4% •0.20
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• Check to make sure that the cash register is
plugged in securely. Page 11
• Check to make sure there is enough paper
left on the roll. Page 9, 10
• Read the financial totals to confirm that they are
all zero. Page 85
• Check the date and time. Page 25
• Register transactions. Page 26
• Periodically read totals. Page 84
• Issue electronic journal report. (if necessary) Page 87
• Reset the daily totals. Page 44
• Remove the journal. Page 97
• Empty the cash drawer and leave it open. Page 18
• 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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Clerk sign on and sign off
Any time you begin any registration or program, clerk
sign on operation is necessary.
Clerk sign on
OPERATION RECEIPT
Signing clerk 1 on: 1 6 o
Signing clerk 2 on: 2 6 o
○
○
○
Signing clerk 20 on: 20 6 o
Clerk sign off
OPERATION
Signing clerk off: 0 6 o
• The current clerk is also signed off whenever you set the mode switch to OFF position.
Important!
• The error code “E08” 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.
• The clerk numbers are initialized as 1 through 20. In case of using other clerk number, see page
49 for programming.
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
OP
C-A02
PGM
C-A32
Mode Switch
PGM
C-A32
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
— Clerk name/consecutive No.
REG 15-03-2002 08:35
CLERK 01 000001
DEPT01 •1.00
DEPT02 •2.00
5 X @1.00
DEPT03 •5.00
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Displaying the time and date
You can show the time and date on the display of the
cash register whenever there is no registration being
made.
To display and clear the time and date
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 [ key instead of the B key. See
page 40.)
Opening the drawer without a sale
OPERATION RECEIPT
B REG 15-03-2002 08:35
CLERK 01 000001
#/NS ••••••••••••
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
OP
C-A02
PGM
C-A32
RECEIPT
ON
RPT
08-3~
AMOUNT
RECEIPT
ON
RPT
~00
AMOUNT
Day Month Year
Hour Minutes.
(24-hour system)
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
OP
C-A02
PGM
C-A32
Mode Switch
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Unit price
Department
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
OPERATION RECEIPT
1-
&
a
Repeat
OPERATION RECEIPT
150&
&
&
s
10-a
Multiplication
OPERATION RECEIPT
12^5X
1-&
s
20-a
Quantity
(4-digit integer/2-digit decimal)
REG 15-03-2002 08:40
CLERK 01 000002
DEPT01 •1.00
CASH •1.00
— Mode/date/time
— Clerk/consecutive No.
Department
— descriptor/unit price
— Cash total amount
— Repeat
— Repeat
REG 15-03-2002 08:45
CLERK 01 000003
DEPT01 •1.50
DEPT01 •1.50
DEPT01 •1.50
TOTAL •4.50
CASH •10.00
CHANGE •5.50
— Quantity/unit price
REG 15-03-2002 08:50
CLERK 01 000004
12.5 X @1.00
DEPT01 •12.50
TOTAL •12.50
CASH •20.00
CHANGE •7.50
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
OP
C-A02
PGM
C-A32
Mode Switch
Unit price $1.00
Item Quantity 12.5
Dept. 1
Payment Cash $20.00
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
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Programming department keys
To program a unit price for each department
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.
See page 13 for information on setting up the tax tables.
Programming procedure
61s 6 6 6 s
Different status to different department
{ }
& (Dept.1)
' (Dept.2)
( (Dept.3)
) (Dept.4)
Same status to
different department
{ }
[ (Tax table 1)
P (Tax table 2)
k (Tax table 3)
e (Tax table 4)
B (Non tax)
Note: Tax symbols
T1: Tax table 1
T2: Tax table 2
T3: Tax table 3
T4: Tax table 4
All departments are initialized as non-tax.
61s6 : : : : : : 6 6 s
To other department
Unit price
Example:
$1.00 2 100
$10.25 2 1025
$1,234.56 2 123456
{ }
& (Dept.1)
' (Dept.2)
( (Dept.3)
) (Dept.4)
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
Mode Switch
PGM
C-A32
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
Mode Switch
PGM
C-A32
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Registering department keys by
programming data
Preset price
OPERATION RECEIPT
'
a
Preset tax status (Add-on tax)
OPERATION RECEIPT
5X
(
)
s
20-a
*
To print tax status symbols, please refer to page 46.
Preset tax status (Add-in tax)
OPERATION RECEIPT
5X
(
)
s
20-a
*
To print tax status symbols, please refer to page 46.
REG 15-03-2002 08:55
CLERK 01 000005
DEPT02 •1.00
CASH •1.00
— Department
descriptor/unit price
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
OP
C-A02
PGM
C-A32
Mode Switch
Unit price ($2.00)
Item 1
Quantity 5
Dept. 3
Taxable (1)
Unit price ($2.00)
Item 2
Quantity 1
Dept. 4
Taxable (2)
Payment Cash $20.00
( ): Preset value
Unit price ($1.00)
Item Quantity 1
Dept. 2
Payment Cash $1.00
( ): Preset value
Unit price ($2.00)
Item 1
Quantity 5
Dept. 3
Taxable (1)
Unit price ($2.00)
Item 2
Quantity 1
Dept. 4
Taxable (2)
Payment Cash $20.00
( ): Preset value
REG 15-03-2002 09:00
CLERK 01 000006
5 X @2.00
DEPT03 T1 •10.00
DEPT04 T2 •2.00
TAX-AMT 1 •10.00
TAX 1 •0.50
TAX-AMT 2 •2.00
TAX 2 •0.12
TOTAL •12.62
CASH •20.00
CHANGE •7.38
Tax status symbols *
— Taxable Amount 1
— Tax 1
— Taxable Amount 2
— Tax 2
REG 15-03-2002 09:05
CLERK 01 000007
5 X @2.00
DEPT03 T1 •10.00
DEPT04 T2 •2.00
TOTAL •12.00
CASH •20.00
CHANGE •8.00
Tax status symbols*
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To program tax calculation status for each PLU
Preparing and using PLUs
This section describes how to prepare and use PLUs.
CAUTION:
Before you use PLUs, you should first tell the cash register how it should handle the registration.
Programming PLUs
To program a unit price for each PLU
61s 6 +6 : : : : : : 6 a 6 s
PLU No.
(1 to 12-)
To a new (not sequential) PLU
Different unit price to the next PLU
Same unit price
to the next PLU
Unit price
Example:
$1.00 2 100
$10.25 2 1025
$1,234.56 2 123456
61s 6 6 6 + 6s
Note: Tax symbols
T1: Tax table 1
T2: Tax table 2
T3: Tax table 3
T4: Tax table 4
All PLUs are initialized as non-tax.
Different status to a new (not sequential) PLU
Same status to a new PLU
Same status
to the next PLU
{ }
[ (Tax table 1)
P (Tax table 2)
k (Tax table 3)
e (Tax table 4)
B (Non tax)
PLU No.
(1 to 12-)
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
Mode Switch
PGM
C-A32
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
Mode Switch
PGM
C-A32
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Quantity
(4-digit integer/2-digit decimal)
Registering PLUs
The following examples show how you can use PLUs in
various types of registrations.
Registering by subdepartment, see the “Convenient
Operations and Setups” on page 66.
PLU single item sale
OPERATION RECEIPT
14
+
s
3-a
PLU repeat
OPERATION RECEIPT
14+
+
+
s
10-a
PLU multiplication
OPERATION RECEIPT
15X
2+
s
20-a
PLU code
REG 15-03-2002 09:20
CLERK 01 000010
15 X @1.20
PLU0002 •18.00
TOTAL •18.00
CASH •20.00
CHANGE •2.00
REG 15-03-2002 09:15
CLERK 01 000009
PLU0014 •2.50
PLU0014 •2.50
PLU0014 •2.50
TOTAL •7.50
CASH •10.00
CHANGE •2.50
REG 15-03-2002 09:10
CLERK 01 000008
PLU0014 •2.50
TOTAL •2.50
CASH •3.00
CHANGE •0.50
— PLU descriptor/
unit price
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
OP
C-A02
PGM
C-A32
Mode Switch
Unit price ($2.50)
Item Quantity 1
PLU 14
Payment Cash $3.00
( ): Preset value
Unit price ($2.50)
Item Quantity 3
PLU 14
Payment Cash $10.00
( ): Preset value
Unit price ($1.20)
Item Quantity 15
PLU 2
Payment Cash $20.00
( ): Preset value
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Preparing and using flat-PLUs
This section describes how to prepare and use flat-PLUs.
Programming flat-PLUs
To program a unit price for each flat-PLU
To program tax calculation status for each flat-PLU
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
Mode Switch
PGM
C-A32
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
Mode Switch
PGM
C-A32
61s6 : : : : : : 6 6s
To other flat-PLU
Unit price
Example:
$1.00 2 100
$10.25 2 1025
$1,234.56 2 123456
{ }
G (Flat-PLU01)
H (Flat-PLU02)
:
L (Flat-PLU30)
,G (Flat-PLU31)
:
,L (Flat-PLU60)
,,G (Flat-PLU61)
:
,,L (Flat-PLU90)
61s 6 6 6s
{ }
Same status to different flat-PLU
{ }
[ (Tax table 1)
P (Tax table 2)
k (Tax table 3)
e (Tax table 4)
B (Non tax)
Note: Tax symbols
T1: Tax table 1
T2: Tax table 2
T3: Tax table 3
T4: Tax table 4
All flat-PLUs are initialized as non-tax.
Different status to different flat-PLU
G (Flat-PLU01)
H (Flat-PLU02)
:
L (Flat-PLU30)
,G (Flat-PLU31)
:
,L (Flat-PLU60)
,,G (Flat-PLU61)
:
,,L (Flat-PLU90)
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Repeat registration
Press , once to designate
flat-PLU 31 - 60.
Press , twice to designate
flat-PLU 61 - 90.
Registering flat-PLUs
The following examples show how you can use flat-PLUs
in various types of registrations.
Flat-PLU registration with manual price and preset price
OPERATION RECEIPT
250G
G
H
s
10-a
Flat-PLU registration using menu shift
OPERATION RECEIPT
,
G
5X
,,
L
s
10-a
REG 15-03-2002 09:25
CLERK 01 000011
PLU0001 •2.50
PLU0001 •2.50
PLU0002 •2.00
TOTAL •7.00
CASH •10.00
CHANGE •3.00
— PLU No./unit price
— Repeat
REG 15-03-2002 09:30
CLERK 01 000012
PLU0031 •2.50
5 X @1.50
PLU0090 •7.50
TOTAL •10.00
CASH •10.00
CHANGE •0.00
Unit price $2.50
Item 1 Quantity 2
Flat-PLU 1
Unit price ($2.00)
Item 2 Quantity 1
Flat-PLU 2
Payment Cash $10.00
( ): Preset value
Unit price ($2.50)
Item 1 Quantity 2
Flat-PLU 31
Unit price ($1.50)
Item 2 Quantity 5
Flat-PLU 90
Payment Cash $10.00
( ): Preset value
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
OP
C-A02
PGM
C-A32
Mode Switch
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To program tax status to the p key
Preparing and using discounts
This section describes how to prepare and register discount.
Programming discounts
You can use the p key to register discounts (percentage decreases). The more detailed informations about the
discount (and premium) are described in the “Registering discounts and premiums” section in the “Convenient
Operations and setups” on page 68.
To program a rate to the p key
61s6 : : : : 6 p 6 s
Preset rate
Example:
10% 2 10
5.5% 2 5^5
12.34% 2 12^34
61s 6 6 p 6 s
Note: Tax symbols
T1: Tax table 1
T2: Tax table 2
T3: Tax table 3
T4: Tax table 4
*: Tax table 1, 2, 3 and 4
p is initialized as non-tax.
{ }
[ (Tax table 1) P (Tax table 2)
k (Tax table 3) e (Tax table 4)
[P
(Tax table 1, 2, 3 and 4)
ke
B (Non tax)
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
Mode Switch
PGM
C-A32
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
Mode Switch
PGM
C-A32
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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-a
• 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.
Applies the preset discount
rate to the last item registered.
The input value takes priority
of the preset value.
REG 15-03-2002 09:35
CLERK 01 000013
DEPT01 •5.00
PLU0016 •10.00
5%
%- -0.50
ST •14.50
3.5%
%- -0.51
TOTAL •13.99
CASH •15.00
CHANGE •1.01
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
OP
C-A02
PGM
C-A32
Mode Switch
Unit price $5.00
Item 1 Quantity 1
Dept. 1
Unit price ($10.00)
Item 2 Quantity 1
PLU 16
Discount Rate (5%)
Subtotal
Rate 3.5%
Discount
Payment Cash $15.00
( ): Preset value
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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. The following procedure lets you
program the tax calculation method for the m key.
To program tax calculation status
Taxable status of the m key
The tax calculation for the reduction amount is performed in accordance with the tax status programmed for the
m key, regardless of whether the reduction is performed on the last item registered or a subtotal amount.
To program preset reduction amount
61s 6 : : : : : : 6m 6 s
Unit price
Example:
$1.00 2 100
$10.25 2 1025
$1,234.56 2 123456
61s 6 6 m 6 s
Note: Tax symbols
T1: Tax table 1
T2: Tax table 2
T3: Tax table 3
T4: Tax table 4
*: Tax table 1, 2, 3 and 4
m is initialized as non-tax.
{ }
[ (Tax table 1) P (Tax table 2)
k (Tax table 3) e (Tax table 4)
[P
(Tax table 1, 2, 3 and 4)
ke
B (Non tax)
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
Mode Switch
PGM
C-A32
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
Mode Switch
PGM
C-A32
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Reduces the last amount
registered by the value input.
Reduces the subtotal by the
value input here.
Registering reductions
The following examples show how you can use the m
key in various types of registration.
Reduction for items
OPERATION RECEIPT
5-&
25m
45+
m
s
11-a
• You can manually input reduction values up to 7 digits long.
• The amount you input for the reduction is neither subtracted from the department nor PLU totalizer.
Reduction for subtotal
OPERATION RECEIPT
3-&
4-'
s
75m
s
7-a
REG 15-03-2002 10:40
CLERK 01 000015
DEPT01 •3.00
DEPT02 •4.00
- -0.75
TOTAL •6.25
CASH •7.00
CHANGE •0.75
REG 15-03-2002 09:40
CLERK 01 000014
DEPT01 •5.00
- -0.25
PLU0045 •6.00
- -0.50
TOTAL •10.25
CASH •11.00
CHANGE •0.75
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
OP
C-A02
PGM
C-A32
Mode Switch
Unit price $3.00
Item 1 Quantity 1
Dept. 1
Unit price $4.00
Item 2 Quantity 1
Dept. 2
Subtotal
Amount $0.75
Reduction
Payment Cash $7.00
Unit price $5.00
Item 1 Quantity 1
Dept. 1
Reduction Amount $0.25
Unit price ($6.00)
Item 2 Quantity 1
PLU 45
Reduction Amount ($0.50)
Payment Cash $11.00
( ): Preset value
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Registering credit and check payments
The following examples show how to register credits and
payments by check.
Check
OPERATION RECEIPT
10-&
s
10-k
Credit
OPERATION RECEIPT
15-)
s
0123B
c
Mixed tender (cash, credit and check)
OPERATION RECEIPT
55-)
s
30-k
5-a
c
REG 15-03-2002 10:50
CLERK 01 000018
DEPT01 •10.00
TOTAL •10.00
CHECK •10.00
CHANGE •0.00
REG 15-03-2002 11:00
CLERK 01 000020
DEPT04 •55.00
TOTAL •55.00
CHECK •30.00
CASH •5.00
CREDIT •20.00
— Reference No.
REG 15-03-2002 10:55
CLERK 01 000019
DEPT04 •15.00
#/NS 0123
CREDIT •15.00
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
OP
C-A02
PGM
C-A32
Mode Switch
Unit price $10.00
Item Quantity 1
Dept. 1
Payment Check $10.00
Unit price $15.00
Item Quantity 1
Dept. 4
Reference Number 0123
Payment Credit $15.00
Unit price $55.00
Item Quantity 1
Dept. 4
Check $30.00
Payment Cash $5.00
Credit $20.00
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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
a
Pressing R specifies that the
next item registered is a return.
You have to press R before
registering each returned item.
REG 15-03-2002 11:05
CLERK 01 000021
DEPT01 •2.35
DEPT02 •2.00
PLU0001 •1.20
REFUND ••••••••••••
DEPT01 -2.35
REFUND ••••••••••••
PLU0001 -1.20
CASH •2.00
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
OP
C-A02
PGM
C-A32
Mode Switch
Unit price $2.35
Item 1 Quantity 1
Dept. 1
Unit price $2.00
Item 2 Quantity 1
Dept. 2
Unit price ($1.20)
Item 3 Quantity 1
PLU 1
Item 1
Unit price $2.35
Quantity 1
Returned
Dept. 1
Item 3
Unit price ($1.20)
Quantity 1
Returned
PLU 1
Payment Cash $2.00
( ): Preset value
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Registering returned goods in the RF mode
The following examples show how to use the RF mode to
register goods returned by customers.
Normal refund transaction
OPERATION RECEIPT
150&
&
6X
2+
s
a
Reduction of amounts paid on refund
OPERATION RECEIPT
4-(
15m
2+
p
s
a
Important!
To avoid miss registrations in the RF mode, return the mode switch to the former position immedi-
ately.
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
PGM
C-A32
Mode Switch
Item 1
Unit price $1.50
Quantity 2
Returned
Dept. 1
Item 2
Unit price ($1.20)
Quantity 6
Returned
PLU 2
Payment Cash $10.20
( ): Preset value
Item 1
Unit price $4.00
Quantity 1
Returned
Dept. 3
Reduction Amount $0.15
Item 2
Unit price ($1.20)
Quantity 1
Returned
PLU 2
Discount Rate (5%)
Payment Cash $4.99
( ): Preset value
RF 15-03-2002 11:10
CLERK 01 000022
DEPT01 •1.50
DEPT01 •1.50
6 X @1.20
PLU0002 •7.20
CASH •10.20
RF mode symbol
RF 15-03-2002 11:15
CLERK 01 000023
DEPT03 •4.00
- -0.15
PLU0002 •1.20
5%
%- -0.06
CASH •4.99
RF mode symbol
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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--[
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.
REG 15-03-2002 11:20
CLERK 01 000024
RC •700.00
REG 15-03-2002 11:30
CLERK 01 000025
PD •1.50
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
OP
C-A02
PGM
C-A32
Mode Switch
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
OP
C-A02
PGM
C-A32
Mode Switch
Received amount $700.00
Paid out amount $1.50
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Enter subdepartment No. again.
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-A
s
10-
C
15-a
c
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
OP
C-A02
PGM
C-A32
Mode Switch
—
— Correction of unit price
—
—
— Correction of quantity
—
—
— Correction of PLU No.
—
—
— Correction of subdepartment unit price
(See page 66 for registering.)
—
—
— Correction of partial tender amount
—
REG 15-03-2002 11:35
CLERK 01 000026
DEPT01 •1.00
11 X @2.00
DEPT02 •22.00
PLU0003 •1.30
PLU0015 •10.00
TOTAL •34.30
CASH •15.00
CREDIT •19.30
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To correct the last item you input and registered
OPERATION RECEIPT
1-&
2-'
'
e
2+
e
5+
15+
6-A
e
15+
10-A
8X
4-)
e
6X
4-)
s
50p
e
s
5p
R2-'
e
R220'
s
20-a
e
15-a
c
—
—
— Clearance
—
— Correction of PLU No.
—
—
— Correction of sub-
department unit price
—
—
— Correction of quantity
—
—
— Correction of discount
—
—
— Correction of refund item
—
—
— Correction of partial tender
—
REG 15-03-2002 11:40
CLERK 01 000027
DEPT01 •1.00
DEPT02 •2.00
DEPT02 •2.00
ERR CORR -2.00
PLU0002 •1.20
ERR CORR -1.20
PLU0005 •1.50
PLU0015 •6.00
ERR CORR -6.00
PLU0015 •10.00
8 X @4.00
DEPT04 •32.00
ERR CORR -32.00
6 X @4.00
DEPT04 •24.00
ST •38.50
50%
%- -19.25
ERR CORR •19.25
ST •38.50
5%
%- -1.93
REFUND ••••••••••••
DEPT02 -2.00
ERR CORR •2.00
REFUND ••••••••••••
DEPT02 -2.20
TOTAL •34.37
CASH •20.00
ERR CORR -20.00
CASH •15.00
CREDIT •19.37
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To cancel all items in a transaction
OPERATION RECEIPT
1-&
2-'
3-(
4-)
s
e
Important!
• Note that the number of items included in the transaction to be cancelled is limited (24 ~ 40
items), depending on the complexity of the transaction. If you try to cancel a transaction that
exceeds the limit, an error occurs.
In case of occurrence of this error, register these items in the RF mode.
• You can program the cash register that this cancel operation is not allowed.
Pressing s key is necessary to cancel
the transaction.
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
B
REG 15-03-2002 11:45
CLERK 01 000028
DEPT01 •1.00
DEPT02 •2.00
DEPT03 •3.00
DEPT04 •4.00
CANCEL TTL ••••••••••••
REG 15-03-2002 11:50
CLERK 01 000029
#/NS ••••••••••••
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z
OP
C-A02
PGM
C-A32
Mode Switch
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Printing the daily sales reset report
This report shows daily sales totals.
OPERATION REPORT
8
a
*1
Zero totalled departments (the amount and item numbers are both zero) are not printed.
*2
Taxable amount and tax amount are printed only if the corresponding tax table is programmed.
*3
These items can be skipped by programming.
CAL
REG
OFF
RF
PGM
X
Z PGM
C-A32
Mode Switch
Z 15-03-2002 12:00
CLERK 01 000030
0000 DAILY Z 0001
DEPT01 QT 15
•339.50
DEPT02 QT 19
•62.70
DEPT03 QT 31
•139.10
DEPT04 QT 23
•332.67
NON-LINK DPT QT 10
•94.90
------------------------
GROSS TOTAL QT 253
•1146.90
NET TOTAL No 100
•1217.63
CASH-INDW •903.06
CHECK-INDW •183.60
CREDIT-INDW •197.17
TAX-AMT 1 •732.56
TAX 1 •43.96
TAX-AMT 2 •409.72
TAX 2 •21.55
TAX-AMT 3 •272.50
TAX 3 •8.18
ROUNDING AMT •4.75
CANCEL TTL No 2
•108.52
RF-MODE TTL No 2
•3.74
------------------------
CASH No 81
•836.86
CHECK No 10
•197.17
CREDIT No 9
•183.60
RC No 2
•78.00
PD No 1
•6.80
- No 8
•3.00
%- No 10
•4.62
REFUND No 7
•27.79
ERR CORR No 10
•12.76
#/NS No 5
------------------------
CLERK 01 No 12
•127.63
CLERK 02 No 6
CLERK 20 No 24
•113.90
------------------------
GRND TTL •0000001217.63
— Reset mode/date/time
— Clerk/consecutive No.
— Report code/report title/reset symbol/
reset counter
— Department No./No. of items*1
— Department amount*1
— Non-link department No. of items
— Non-link department amount
— Gross No. of items
— Gross sales amount
— No. of customers
— Net sales amount
— Cash in drawer amount
— Check in drawer amount
— Credit in drawer amount
— Taxable amount 1 *2
— Tax amount 1 *2
— Taxable amount 2 *2
— Tax amount 2 *2
— Taxable amount 3 *2
— Tax amount 3 *2
— Rounding amount (Australia only)
— Cancellation count
— Cancellation amount
— Refund mode operation count *3
— Refund mode operation amount *3
— Cash sales count
— Cash sales amount
— Check sales count
— Check sales amount
— Credit sales count
— Credit sales amount
— Received on Account count
— Received on Account amount
— Paid out count
— Paid out amount
— Subtraction count
— Subtraction amount
— Discount count
— Discount amount
— Refund key count *3
— Refund key amount *3
— Error correction count
— Error correction amount
— No sale count
— Clerk 1/clerk 1 sales count
— Clerk 1 sales amount
— Non-resettable grand-sales total *3
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About post-finalization receipt
The post-finalization receipt lets you issue a receipt after finalization of the transaction.
Note that all of the following conditions must be satisfied.
• The option “print receipts” is selected.
• The receipt issuance status must be OFF.
• The transaction must be finalized in the REG or RF mode using the a, c or k key.
Post-finalization receipt example
You can program the cash register to print the transaction total only (below Total
format) or full details (below Detailed format) on the post-finalization receipt.
Note that if the transaction contains more than 45 lines (including receipt header),
the cash register prints in a Total format regardless of your programming.
OPERATION RECEIPT
10-&
20-'
s
30-a Receipt is not issued.
g Post-finalization receipt is issued.
If “Automatic issue” is selected, no need to press g key.
Total format Detailed format
Important!
• You can issue only one post-finalization receipt per transaction.
REG 15-03-2002 12:35
CLERK 01 000123
CASH •30.00
REG 15-03-2002 12:35
CLERK 01 000123
DEPT01 •10.00
DEPT02 •20.00
TOTAL •30.00
CASH •30.00
CHANGE •0.00
Unit price $10.00
Item 1 Quantity 1
Dept. 1
Unit price $20.00
Item 2 Quantity 1
Dept. 2
Payment Cash $30.00
Mode Switch
REG
This section describes more sophisticated setups and operations that you can use to suit the needs of your retail
environment.
Post-finalization receipt format,
General printing control,
Compulsory, Machine features
Convenient Operations and Setups
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63s 6 0522s 6
6 : : : : : : : : a 6 s
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
Programming general printing control
Suppress printing of the subtotal line during tender operation.
Print the total line even if no tender operation is made.
Print tax total. (only for Australia)
Print the current time.
Skip the date on journal.
Skip the consecutive number.
Print receipt/Print journal.
Issue post receipt by Finalize key (automatic issue)/
Post receipt key (manual issue)
Detail format/Total format in the post receipt
Print taxable amount.
Print tax symbols.
Print number of item sold.
Skip item lines on journal. (journal skip)
Print subtotal when the key is pressed.
Time system:
1 24 hour system, 2 12 hour system
Digit separator symbol.
Decimal symbol.
Journal compressed print (print by half height characters)
Print hyphens before finalizing a transaction.
Print tax total on receipt and report.
Print Australian GST MOF message.
Print receipt by double height characters.
a
b
c
a
b
c
a
b
c
a
b
c
a
b
c
a
b
c
a
b
a
b
No = 0
Yes = 1
No = 0
Yes = 2
No = 0
Yes = 4
Yes = 0
No = 1
Yes = 0
No = 2
No = 0
Yes = 4
Receipt = 0
Journal = 1
Manual = 0
Automatic = 2
Detail = 0
Total = 4
Yes = 0
No = 1
Yes = 0
No = 2
No = 0
Yes = 4
No = 0
Yes = 1
No = 0
Yes = 2
1 = 0
2 = 4
Comma = 0
Period = 1
Period = 0
Comma = 2
Yes = 0
No = 4
No = 0
Yes = 1
No = 0
Yes = 2
No = 0
Yes = 1
No = 0
Yes = 2
a+b+c = : D8
a+b+c = : D7
a+b+c = : D6
a+b+c = : D5
a+b+c = : D4
a+b+c = : D3
a+b = : D2
a+b = : D1
Mode Switch
PGM
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63s 6 0622s 6
6 : : ; : : : : ; a 6 s
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
Programming compulsory and clerk control function
Mode Switch
PGM
Force s operation before finalization.
Force a money declaration before allowing a daily read/reset
and financial read operation.
Force to enter the number of customers
Always “0”
Maintain the menu shift status for the next flat-PLU
registration. (If “No”, press , each time.)
Multiplication procedure;
1 Quantity × amount, 2 Amount × quantity
Treat the numeric entries before pressing flat-PLU key
as amount or quantity.
Clear the key buffer when a receipt is issued.
Perform auto sign-off when a receipt/report is issued.
Restriction (to 0, 5) on last amount digit of cash sales, received on
account, paid out and money declaration (only for Australia)
Display “seconds” during time display.
Reset the consecutive number when the daily reset report
is issued.
Prohibit cancel operation.
Always “0”
a+b = : D8
: D7
; D6
a+b+c = : D5
a+b+c = : D4
: D3
a+b = : D2
; D1
No = 0
Yes = 2
No = 0
Yes = 4
No = 0
Yes = 2
No = 0
Yes = 1
1 = 0
2 = 2
Amount = 0
Quantity = 4
No = 0
Yes = 1
No = 0
Yes = 2
No = 0
Yes = 4
No = 0
Yes = 2
Yes = 0
No = 1
No = 0
Yes = 2
a
b
a
b
c
a
b
c
a
b
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63s 6 0822s 6
6 : : : : ; ; a 6 s
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
Programming read/reset report printing control
Setting a store/machine number
You can set a 4-digit machine number to identify your machine. The machine number is printed on receipts/journal
for each transaction.
63s 6 0222s 6 : : : : a 6 s
D4
D3
D2
D1
Recording method of electronic journal memory:
1 Superscribe old data , 2 Append to old data
Print the first and the last consecutive number of the day
(consecutive No. range) on the daily sales reset report.
Skip zero total lines on department and transaction read/reset report.
Skip zero total lines on PLU read/reset report.
Skip zero total lines on hourly sales report.
Print the sales ratio on read/reset report.
Suppress printing of the non-resettable grand total on the daily reset
report.
Suppress printing of RF total and count (both RF mode and RF key)
on the read/reset report.
Print tax rate with tax totalizer.
Always “00”
a+b = : D6
a+b+c = : D5
a+b = : D4
a+b = : D3
; ; D2
D1
a
b
a
b
c
a
b
a
b
1 = 0
2 = 1
No = 0
Yes = 4
Yes = 0
No = 1
Yes = 0
No = 2
Yes = 0
No = 4
No = 0
Yes = 1
No = 0
Yes = 2
No = 0
Yes = 1
No = 0
Yes = 2
Mode Switch
PGM
Mode Switch
PGM
REG 15-03-2002 12:34
CLERK 01 0001-000123
DEPT01 •1.00
DEPT02 •2.00
5 X @1.00
DEPT03 •5.00
— Mode/date/time
— Clerk/machine No./consecutive No.
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Programming to clerk
You can program up to 4-digit assigning number (clerk number) and trainee status of clerk (i.e. training cashier)
and clerk commission rate for each clerk.
Programming clerk number
Programming trainee status of clerk
63s 6 07s 6 : : : : a 6 s
1
20
To other clerk
Clerk number
}
{
Clerk No.
Mode Switch
PGM
Mode Switch
PGM
When a training clerk signs on, the cash register automatically enters the training mode.
In the training mode, no operations are affected on any totalizers nor counters.
The training mode symbols are printed in the columns of receipt entries produced in the training mode.
The cash register exits the training mode when the training clerk signs off.
63s6 67s 6 a 6 s
1
20
1
0
To other clerk
}
{
Clerk No.
Training clerk:
Normal clerk:
}
{
To the next clerk
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63s 60422s 6 : ; ; a 6 s
Programming clerk commission rate
Note: In addition to the commission rate program (this program), do not forget to program the commission status
for item (department, PLU and flat-PLU).
About the clerk interrupt function
The register can be programmed to allow the clerk interrupt function, which makes it possible for multiple clerks to
simultaneously uses the same register. If a clerk starts registration of a transaction, another clerk can interrupt the
original registration and begin new one. The original clerk can be later resume the interrupted original registration.
To use clerk interrupt function
Mode Switch
PGM
Mode Switch
PGM
To other clerk
}
{
Clerk No.
Integer Decimal Integer Decimal
Commission Commission
rate 1 rate 2
D3
D2
D1
1 Check tracking specification, 2 Clerk interrupt specification
Always “00”
: D3
; ; D2
D1
1 = 0
2 = 4
6 3s6 68s 6
6 : : : : : : : : a 6 s
1
20
To the next clerk

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