OPERATION MANUAL

UX-40/40F
01 type

This document includes the features for UX-40-01-R. Dec. 9. 2002 [UX40-01] ORN-01-003

THE SOCKET-OUTLET SHALL BE INSTALLED NEAR THE EQUIPMENT AND SHALL BE EASILY ACCESSIBLE. LA PRISE DOIT ETRE PRES DE L'APPAREIL ET FACILE D'ACCES. Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
-- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. -- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. -- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. -- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

===== Notes =====================================
1. The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice. 2. Uniwell cannot be held responsible if other products, which are not approved by Uniwell, are used for options or expendable supplies.

CONTENTS
ATTENTION............................................................................................................................ 1 I. INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................... 2
Major Features ................................................................................................................................. 2 Specifications................................................................................................................................... 3 System Configuration ...................................................................................................................... 4

II. INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................... 5
Replacing Paper Rolls...................................................................................................................... 6 Replacing the Ribbons ..................................................................................................................... 7

III. DISPLAY........................................................................................................................... 8 IV. KEY LAYOUT.................................................................................................................. 9
Key Explanation............................................................................................................................. 11

V. OPERATION SEQUENCES........................................................................................... 15
1. Cashier Sign-On / Sign-Off....................................................................................................... 15 2. PLU ........................................................................................................................................... 16
a) Manual Price Entry........................................................................................................................... 16 b) Repetition......................................................................................................................................... 16 c) Multiplication................................................................................................................................... 17 d) Split Pricing ..................................................................................................................................... 17 e) Square Entry (Measurement Calculation)......................................................................................... 17 f) Price Shift ......................................................................................................................................... 18 g) Menu Shift........................................................................................................................................ 18 h) Link PLU ......................................................................................................................................... 19 i) Simple Condiment PLU .................................................................................................................... 20 j) PLU Modifier.................................................................................................................................... 21 k) Single Item ....................................................................................................................................... 22 l) Cooking Message & PLU Supplementary Message.......................................................................... 23

3. Kitchen Printer .......................................................................................................................... 24 4. Media Closing........................................................................................................................... 26 5. Foreign Currency / Euro Currency............................................................................................ 27
a) Closing Methods .............................................................................................................................. 27 b) Currency Exchange .......................................................................................................................... 27

6. Food Stamp ............................................................................................................................... 30
a) Food Stamp Closing Methods .......................................................................................................... 30 b) Tax of Food Stamp System .............................................................................................................. 31 c) General Type / Illinois Type ............................................................................................................ 31

7. Cheque Cashing / Cheque Printing ........................................................................................... 32
a) Cheque Cashing................................................................................................................................ 32 b) Cheque Printing on Slip Printer (TP-620)........................................................................................ 32

8. Tip Operation ............................................................................................................................ 33
a) Tip Amount Input............................................................................................................................. 33 b) Change Kept as Tip.......................................................................................................................... 33

9. Mark-up / Mark-down............................................................................................................... 34 10. Adjustment (Automatic % on Specific Items) ........................................................................ 35 11. Amount Plus / Amount Discount ............................................................................................ 36 12. Last Item Correction ............................................................................................................... 37 13. Void......................................................................................................................................... 38 14. Refund..................................................................................................................................... 39 15. Tax .......................................................................................................................................... 40 16. R/A (Received on Account).................................................................................................... 42

17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27.

P/O (Paid Out)......................................................................................................................... 42 No Sale.................................................................................................................................... 43 HALO Release, Off Compulsory............................................................................................ 43 Number of People ................................................................................................................... 44 Message................................................................................................................................... 44 Validation................................................................................................................................ 45 Arrangement............................................................................................................................ 46 Recall ...................................................................................................................................... 47 Amount Track ......................................................................................................................... 48 Previous Balance Plus (PB+) / Previous Balance Minus (PB-).............................................. 50 Ticket System.......................................................................................................................... 51
a) Ticket Issue ...................................................................................................................................... 51 b) Notes for Ticket ............................................................................................................................... 52

28. Cash Declaration..................................................................................................................... 53

VI. TRAINING ...................................................................................................................... 54 VII. PRINT CONTENTS ...................................................................................................... 55
1. Journal Print Contents............................................................................................................... 55 2. Receipt / Slip Print Contents..................................................................................................... 55 3. Post-Receipt .............................................................................................................................. 55

VIII. REPORTS .................................................................................................................... 56
REPORT SEQUENCE................................................................................................................... 56 IRC REPORT SEQUENCE ........................................................................................................... 59 TRANSACTION REPORT SAMPLES ........................................................................................ 61

IX. WARNING MESSAGES ............................................................................................... 70

ATTENTION
Thank you very much for purchasing Uniwell Electronic Cash Registers. This ECR has many programmable features, hardware combinations and options. Please consult your dealer as to your particular requirements, as this ECR can be configured, through both hardware and software (programming) to suit a variety of different applications.

Please fill in the information requested below:

MODEL :

(Model name printed on the label which is located at the back side of ECR.)

SERIAL No.:

(8-digit # printed on the label which is located at the back side of ECR.)

DATE OF PURCHASE:

YOUR DEALER (WHERE PURCHASED):

Phone/Fax/Address:

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I. INTRODUCTION
UX-40-01 is entry machine for general retail / hospitality market, featuring every basic necessary function, even with the potentiality of Inter Register Communication, worthy of the word "High Cost Performance", and so on as follow:

Major Features
• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Standard 750 PLUs (Max.) 98 group-A's, 25 group-B's and 10 main group-A's 23 cashiers and 15 hard cashier keys 1500 amount tracks Simple condiment PLU entry with a main PLU PLU price shift key provides 2 price levels 2 menu shift keys allow use of 3 menus 3 PLU modifier keys work independently on each menu 8 stock calculation constants make inventory easy and exact. 4 PLU commission rates Single ticket / combined ticket function 5 media keys including foreign currency media, Euro media and food stamp media 4 arrangement keys : 20 key steps Other available keys: tip, recall, adjustments, cooking message, etc. PC Batch Communication, Programming Module PLM-UX/PLM 2000 IRC (Inter Register Communication) : total 31 units - up to 31 ECRs including master ECR - 4 kitchen printers TP-420/422/522/720 - 4 slip printers TP-620 - PC communications with TENSAI/Tensai2000

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Specifications
Printer model Printing speed Columns/line receipt journal validation Paper Ink ribbon Stroke key KEYBOARD Flat key Front (1-line) DISPLAY Rear (1-line) POWER SUPPLY POWER CONSUMPTION TEMPERATURE DIMENSIONS WEIGHT RAM CAPACITY MEMORY PROTECTION INTERFACE CHANNEL UX-40/40F Epson M-780 2-station impact dot matrix with or without an auto cutter (must be selected before ordering) 3.3 lines/sec 20 columns 20 columns 47 columns Fine quality paper roll 38 mm x ø80 mm ERC-37 (Epson), purple 58 key positions (UX-40) 128 key positions (UX-40F) 12 digits numeric 12 digits numeric (standard) AC 120V / 230V ± 10%, 50/60Hz 35W Operation : 0° ~ 40°C (32° ~ 104°F) Storage : -10° ~ 50°C (14° ~ 122°F) 405 (W) x 437 (D) x 277 (H) mm Approx. 12 Kg One 1M bit RAM (RAM expansion is not available.) 1000 hours Used for IRC : up to 31 units including an ECR master or PC as IRC master (TENSAI/Tensai2000) via NA-720 4 kitchen printer -- one of kitchen printer can be used as a slip printer TP-420 : shuttle impact dot matrix printer without auto cutter TP-422 : shuttle impact dot matrix printer with auto cutter TP-522 : dot impact printer with auto cutter TP-722 : thermal printer with auto cutter 4 slip printers TP-620 : impact dot matrix printer Network Adapters NA-720 for PC as IRC master or for Modem to PC One of : - PC batch communication - ECR to ECR RAM data transfer - Journal data transfer

PRINTER

A IF UNIT 021-1 (#40443 option)

RS485

B

RS232C

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System Configuration
Maximum 31 units can be connected via IRC line including the master, max. 4 kitchen printers and max. 4 slip printers. However, an ECR can use one slip printer.
PC as IRC master (TENSAI, Tensai2000) RS232C
MODEM MODEM

NA-720

Slip printer, max. 4 TP-620 Kitchen printer, max. 4 TP-420/422/522/722

(direct connection to PC available)

ECR as master

IF UNIT 021-1 (option) Channel A : RS485 Channel B : RS232C PC batch communication PLM-UX, PLM 2000 or ECR to ECR RAM data transfer or Journal data transfer (monitor, printer, etc.)

UX-40/40F-01

2nd drawer is not available.

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II. INSTALLATION

UX-40

Unpacking
Check the contents for obvious physical damage.

Suggestions for installation
1) 2) 3) The ECR should not be installed in extremely hot or cold places, or places which are exposed to direct sunlight for extended periods of time. The ECR should not be installed where it may come into contact with excessive dust. The ECR should not come into contact with liquid.

Check the following before using ECR
1) 2) 3) 4) The required peripheral(s) has (have) been connected to the correct interface connector(s); The power plug is connected to the AC outlet; The control key is turned to the appropriate position; The appropriate number of paper roll(s) is (are) fitted.

When you connect / disconnect the cable for the peripheral, make sure that the power is turned off.

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Replacing Paper Rolls
Regarding terminal printers, refer to the respective printer's User's Manual.

1. Removing the printer cover by lifting paper cover. 2. Removing the old paper:
- Press the paper feed key to feed the remaining paper through the printer. - Or pull the green paper release lever towards the front of ECR and pull the paper through the printer. - DO NOT force paper through the printer as this may result in damage to the printer mechanism or cause a paper jam.

3. Inserting new paper:
fine quality paper roll 38 mm x ø80 mm - Place the new paper in the correct position on the printer's paper roll bed.

- Make sure that the leading edge of the new paper roll is cut straight across. - Insert the leading edge into the printer slot.

- Press the paper feed key appropriate to the roll you are replacing, to feed the paper.
- In the case of the Journal paper, insert the loose end of the paper tightly to slot of the journal 'take-up' spool.

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Replacing the Ribbons
INK RIBBON: ERC-37 (Epson) - Lift the paper cover and then the ribbon cover. - Remove the old ribbon. - Turn the ribbon feed knob to take up any slack. - While tilting the ribbon cassette forward slightly, insert the ribbon between the print head and the paper; push the ribbon cassette firmly into place. - Turn the ribbon feed knob once more to tighten the ribbon.

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III. DISPLAY
FRONT DISPLAY

REG

2nd 2nd 3rd PRICE MENU MENU

#

%

+/-

VD RF

PO RA

R-OFF SUB TOTAL TOTAL

12 digits numeric (7 segments/digit)

REAR DISPLAY

12 digits numeric (7 segments/digit)

LAMP REG 2nd PRICE 2nd MENU 3rd MENU # % +/VD/RF PO/RA R-OFF SUBTOTAL TOTAL

CONDITION ON FLASHING ON ON ON ON FLASHING ON FLASHING ON FLASHING ON FLASHING ON FLASHING ON ON ON FLASHING

MEANING registration mode (cashier assignment condition) training mode 2nd price mode (price shift) 2nd menu mode (menu shift 1) 3rd menu mode (menu shift 2) input of alphanumeric message input of message in lower-case characters mark-up/down operation input of double-width characters plus or discount operation adjustment operation refund operation void operation received on account operation paid out operation receipt-off condition subtotal amount payment amount recall operation mode

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IV. KEY LAYOUT
Stroke Keyboard
SP OFF

R X Z1/P Z2

(BACK SP) RPF

(SPACE) JPF

(CAPITAL) TTL VALID.

(SMALL) RECEIPT OFF

(DOUBLE)

A 1 B

F 6 G 2 7 H 3 8 I 4 9 J 5 10

K 11 L 12 M 13 N 14 O 15

P 16 Q 17 R 18 S 19 T 20

U PLU REPEA T V PRICE W %1 X
MESSAGE

Z CR Ä ITEM (-) Ö %2 Ü BUFFER PRINT 1 Æ

VOID φ P/O Σ TTL 1 # TTL 3 (ENTER)

& REFUND * R/A Å TTL 2 / TTL 4

CL 7 4 1 0

X/FOR TIME

CASHIE R

8 5 2 00

9
C

6
D

3 •
E

Y NO SALE

SBTL

CASH/TTL 5

Control key position range: There are three standard control keys (MA, Z, X).
MA key Z key X key

SP

OFF

R

X

Z1/P

Z2

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Flat Keyboard !
RPF TTL MISC. RECEIPT JPF VALID. VALID. OFF

!

OFF SP

R X Z1/P Z2

OFF BUFFER ARRANGE ARRANGE HALO COMPUL PRINT 1 1 2 RELEASE -SORY

%1

%2
MESSAGE

%3

ADJUST ADJUST 1 2

(-) F.C. SBTL P/O TTL 1 R/A TTL 2 RECAL L CASHIER VOID ID

COOKING SHIFT SHIFT MESSAGE

MENU MENU 1 2

SBTL

CR

PRICE

1 @ 2 2 W 3 S 4 Z 5 " 6

7 # 3 8 E 9 D 10 X 11 12

13 $ 4 14 R 15 F 16 C 17

19 % 5 20 T 21 G 22 V 23 24

25 Æ 6 26 Y 27 H 28 B 29 30

31 & 7 32 U 33 J 34 N 35

37 * 8 38 I 39 K 40 M 41

43 £ 9 44 O 45 L 46 < Å 47
(DOUBLE)

49 Ñ 0 50 P 51 : φ 52 > . 53 (CL) 54

55 _ 56 Ö Ä 57 , 58 ? / 59

61 Σ 62 Ü 63 →

67

PLU CL X/FOR REPEAT REFUND 1 TIME

68

7 8 9 4 5 6 1 2 3 0 00

PRICE SHIFT

Q

TTL 3

TRACK NEW TTL 4 BAL. NO CASH SALE TTL 5

PLU A MODIFY 1 PLU MODIFY 2 PLU ! MODIFY 3

69

64

(BACK SP)

70 71

(SPACE) (SPACE) ←

65 66

(ENTER)

18

36

42

48

60

72

Control key position range: There are three standard control keys (MA, Z, X).
MA key Z key X key

SP

OFF

R

X

Z1/P

Z2

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Key Explanation
ADJUSTMENT 1, 2, 1 & 2

Automatic % Discount/Surcharge on Specific Items: Calculates mark-up or mark-down on the subtotal amount of items which have been preprogrammed as one of adjustable 1, 2 or 1 & 2 item. Note that adjustment does not affect PLU sales memory which is shown on the reports. Performs sequences of programmed steps (up to 20-key steps). Useful for 1-key operations such as fixed sales or report-takes. - BUFFER PRINT 1 key prints a post-receipt / bill (only the most recently registered contents) including VAT data on a receipt in the receipt-off condition or on a slip when the ECR is programmed for use with a slip printer while BUFFER PRINT 2 key prints a post-receipt / bill without VAT data. However, the add-on tax data is printed. - The second receipt issue by BUFFER PRINT keys is available by programming when the ECR is not programmed for use with a slip printer. - Used for the manual line finder when the pre-feed line number is entered when using a slip printer. Cancels any information that is entered by ten-key or function key (P/O, R/A, tax shift, etc.) before registration; also clears error conditions. Used for cashier sign-on sign-off when using the secret cashier code system for entry into registration. - Enters one of supplementary messages 1 ~ 50 as a cooking message prior to a PLU entry. If a number greater than 50 is entered, then the number will be printed. - Enters a cooking message manually prior to a PLU entry. Use the alphabet keys and ENTER key to enter the message. Cancels the registration of the last-registered item including function key inputs such as %, amount (-), etc. Subtracts an amount from the item or subtotal depending on the operation. It is possible to register a preset amount or to override it manually. Displays the subtotal of the food stamp sales. This key should be pressed whenever tendering is done by food stamps. Only for add-on tax system. Displays the subtotal of the foreign currency by the depressions of F.C. SBTL key and the foreign currency media key. The subtotal of foreign currency should be displayed whenever the tendering amount in the foreign currency is entered. Release PLU HALO (High Amount Look-Out) and compulsory conditions of PLU stock input. Used for cashier sign-on and sign-off by one key depression while in registration mode.

ARRANGEMENT 1~4 BUFFER PRINT 1/2

CL (Clear)

CASHIER ID COOKING MESSAGE

CR (Correction) (-) (Amount Discount) F.S. SBTL (Food Stamp Sbtl) F.C. SBTL
(Foreign Currency Sbtl)

HALO RELEASE HARD CASHIER 1 ~ 15 HARD PLU 1 ~ 127

Registers a PLU with the preset price directly. HARD PLU 1 key is used to complete the cash declaration which is used to confirm the cash in drawer.

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JPF
(Journal Paper Feed)

Advances the journal paper. Shifts or cancels the PLU menu level. Via menu shift, the keyboard can have three different menus. The menu shift remains for one registration, for one transaction or the menu shift remains until the next shift key is pressed by programming. Enters an alphanumeric message or digits (up to 19 digits).

MENU SHIFT 1/2

MESSAGE MISC. VALIDATION

Prints the item validation and the media validation.

NET SBTL

Displays the net subtotal amount, not including add-on tax amount but including VAT tax amount. Can be programmed to display and print, or display only. Used to open the drawer for no sale operations.

NO SALE OFF COMPULSORY P/O (Paid Out)

Releases compulsory conditions of validation, number of people input, message input, etc.

Records an amount of money withdrawn from the cash drawer when no customer transaction has taken place. Enters a percentage rate for mark-up or mark-down of an item or the subtotal amount depending on the operation. Manual % rate is prohibited by programming. Enters a number of people. It is possible to override this number.

%1~%3

PERSON PLU MODIFIER 1~3

- Modifies the PLU code or cancels the modifier. Using PLU modifiers, one PLU can be changed to three other PLUs. This can be used for three sizes, kinds, etc. - The operation is permitted or prohibited by each PLU programming. - Also, it remains for one registration, for one transaction or the modifier remains until the next modifier key is pressed by programming. Used for code-entry PLU registration. Enter PLU code, then press this key. Repeats registration of the last-registered item. Adds an amount to the item or subtotal amount depending on the operation. It is possible to register a preset amount or to override it manually. Enters the previous balance manually without using a track. PB+ is used when the previous balance is positive (charge). PB- is used when the previous balance is negative (deposit). Manually overrides the price of a code-entry PLU. This key is not needed to override the price of a hard PLU. Shifts or cancels a second PLU price. The price shift remains for one registration, for one transaction or the price shift remains until the next shift key is pressed by programming.

PLU / REPEAT (+) (Amount Plus) PB+ / PB(Previous Balance)

PRICE

PRICE SHIFT

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RECALL

Displays the total amount of the last transaction during the current transaction. Recall can be executed only when the last transaction is closed by direct media closing. Inhibits receipt printing. However, post-receipt may be issued by pressing BUFFER PRINT key. Advances the receipt paper. Records an amount of money received into the cash drawer when no customer transaction has taken place. Refunds a previously registered item.

RECIEPT-OFF RPF
(Receipt Paper Feed)

R/A
(Received on Account)

REFUND SINGLE TICKET OFF

Temporarily cancels the single ticket condition only when pressed at the beginning of a transaction in the ticket system. Then, the registered single ticket items will become combined ticket PLUs. Moves the slip printer’s "slip bed" down in the R control key position.

SLIP RELEASE SBTL (Subtotal)

- Displays the subtotal amount, including tax. Can be programmed to display and print, or display only. - When an add-on tax item is registered, this key is used in combination with TAX SHIFT keys to display each taxable subtotal amount.

- Calculates the add-on tax and prints and displays the tax inclusive subtotal. - Used, in combination with TAX SHIFT keys, to manually enter an add-on tax amount (only for add-on tax) and for tax exemption.
TAX TAX SHIFT 1~4

When a VAT item is registered, this key shifts the tax status to the designated tax. When an add-on tax item is registered: - Reverses the tax status. - Allows the taxable subtotal amount to be displayed, in combination with SBTL key. - Allows the tax amount to be entered manually, in combination with TAX key. - Allows tax exemption by TAX key, if permitted by programming. For entry of numeric values, percentage rates, PLU codes, report number, programming numbers, etc. Enters a tip amount. Amount can be entered as either an amount separate from payment or as change from over-tendering. - Assigns a new track after a track number (random 6 digits) is entered. - Picks up a temporarily closed track when pressed after a previously stored track number has been entered. - Temporarily closes a transaction without having to use a media key.

TEN-KEYS (0 ~ 9, 00, 000, •)

TIP

TRACK/NEW BAL.

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TTL 1 ~ 4, CASH/TTL 5 (media keys)

- Closes transactions with or without a tendered amount. - TTL 1 ~ 4 keys can be programmed as a foreign currency media, Euro currency media, food stamp media or cheque printing media using with TP-620 slip printer. - TTL 5 key is fixed as a local currency media. - TTL 5 key is also used for cash declaration and report printing. Prints the total validation.

TOTAL VALIDATION

VOID

Voids a previously-registered item within the same transaction. If permitted by programming, a negative void operation can be done. Used for a square entry (measurement calculation).

X1

X / FOR / TIME

- Used to multiply a PLU or media that has a preset amount. - Used for a split pricing operation. - Displays time '-HH-MM-SS-'.

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V. OPERATION SEQUENCES
1. Cashier Sign-On / Sign-Off
Each cashier should sign on before registration to ensure that sales data in his/her cashier memory is recorded correctly. Even if a cashier does not sign off, when the next cashier signs on, he/she will be automatically signed off. When the optional Cashier Insert Key System has been selected, other methods (cashier code, hard cashier key) cannot be used in the R control key position.

< Sign-On >
R --CASHIER --- cashier code --ID CASHIER By Cashier Code ID

R

---

HARD CASHIER By Hard Cashier Key 1 ~ 15

R

---

By Cashier Insert Key (option)

< Sign-Off >
R --CASHIER ID

---

CASHIER By Cashier Code ID

R

---

HARD CASHIER By Hard Cashier Key 1 ~ 15

R

---

By Cashier Insert Key (option) --- Remove it to sign off.

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2. PLU
There are two ways to enter a PLU. 1. H.PLU keys are the keys allocated to the keyboard. Up to 127 keys are available. Procedure: Press one of H. PLU keys while the control key is at R position.
R --HARD PLU

2. Code Entry PLUs are any PLUs not allocated to a key on the keyboard. Procedure: Enter the code for the PLU by using Ten-Keys and then press PLU key while the control key is at R position.
R --- PLU code --PLU REPEAT

Following are some samples of PLU operation sequences.

a) Manual Price Entry
A preset price for a PLU may be over-ridden with a manually entered price. Depending on programming, turning the control key to the X position may be required after the manual price is entered.

Hard PLUs:

enter price manually ---

turn to X position, if required ---

H. PLU
PLU

Coded PLUs:

enter price manually --- PRICE --- turn to X position, --if required

enter PLU code --- REPEA
T

b) Repetition
The last registered PLU, including multiplication, can be repeated. Simply press REPEAT key the number of times required immediately after a PLU entry.
KEY ENTRY CARROT CAKE PLU/REPEAT CASH DISPLAY PL 4.00 02 4.00 RECEIPT CARROT CAKE 4.00 CARROT CAKE 4.00 CASH 8.00 QUANTITY 2

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c) Multiplication
According to the programming [SF-51.b/PF-3.d], a PLU may be registered up to 999.999 or 9999 quantities using Ten-Keys and X key.

Hard PLUs:

enter the number of items ---

X

---

H. PLU

Direct Multiplication If programmed, Direct Multiplication of a Hard PLU (a multiplication without having to press X key) is possible.

enter the number of items ---

H. PLU

In this case, manual price entry of a H. PLU key cannot be done.

PLU

Coded PLUs:

enter the number of items ---

X

--- enter PLU code --- REPEA
T

d) Split Pricing
Split pricing can be done by using X key as shown in the sequence below.

enter the loose quantity ---

X

--- enter the lot quantity ---

X

Two bottles of beer are sold from a six-pack. KEY ENTRY DISPLAY .333 -- a 2 [X] 6 [X] BEER 6 btls

RECEIPT 2 /

6 X 6.60 BEER <6 btls> 2.20

2: loose quantity, 6: lot quantity -- unit price -- split price

a: The calculated split quantity is displayed after the lot quantity is entered and X key is pressed.

e) Square Entry (Measurement Calculation)
Square entry can be done by using X key and X1 key as shown in the sequence below.

enter the ratio to standard width ---

X

--- enter the ratio to standard length ---

X1

WRAPPING : 1.00 for width 1 meter and length 1 meter When the WRAPPING with a measurement of 1.5 m (W) x 1 m (L) is sold. KEY ENTRY DISPLAY RECEIPT 1.5 [X] 1 [X1] 1.500 1.5 X 1 X 1.5: ratio to standard width WRAPPING 1.00 1 : ratio to standard length WRAPPING 1.50
After pressing X key, a number with a decimal cannot be entered for the ratio to standard length.

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f) Price Shift
Every PLU can have two prices. One is used for the normal preset price and the other is used for happy hour price, service price, etc.
Hard PLUs: turn to X position, if required --PRICE SHIFT

---

H. PLU

Coded PLUs:

turn to X position, if required

---

PLU PRICE --- enter PLU code --SHIFT REPEAT

Notes: The 2nd PRICE lamp is lit when PRICE SHIFT key is pressed. The price shift remains for one registration, for one transaction or until pressing PRICE SHIFT key depending on programming.

g) Menu Shift
The hard PLU key layout can be changed to three different preprogrammed layouts using two menu shift keys. Pressing the same menu shift key cancels the menu and pressing an other menu shift key changes the menu.
Hard PLUs: turn to X position, if required --MENU SHIFT

---

turn to R position, if required

---

H.PLU

Notes: The 2nd MENU lamp is lit when MENU SHIFT 1 key is pressed. The 3rd MENU lamp is lit when MENU SHIFT 2 key is pressed. The menu shift remains for one registration, for one transaction or until MENU SHIFT key depression, depending on programming.

1st menu 'morning'

Morning COFFEE A Morning B Morning C

TEA

2nd menu 'lunch' by MENU SHIFT 1 key Lunch A Lunch B Lunch C 3rd menu 'dinner' by MENU SHIFT 2 key Dinner COFFEE A Dinner B Dinner C

COFFEE

TEA

TEA

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h) Link PLU
Every PLU can be linked only one PLU. Each link PLU can have its own link PLU. This is limited to nine link PLUs. When a PLU with a link PLU is registered, the link PLU is also registered automatically and the total amount of the PLU and link PLU will be displayed. Link PLU has a symbol " ( " on the receipt. If the link PLU does not need to be printed, then, "PLU not printed" can be programmed for the PLU. Also, a link PLU itself can be registered. This function is useful for set menu or bottle return operations, etc.

Set Menu: SODA <M> is linked to HOT DOG SET. POTATO is linked to SODA <M>. KEY ENTRY HOT DOG SET DISPLAY PL 7.00 RECEIPT HOT DOG SET (SODA<M> (POTATO

5.00 1.00 1.00

Bottle Link: Bottle is linked to SODA <btl>. KEY ENTRY SODA <btl> DISPLAY PL RECEIPT SODA <btl> (bottle

.80

.70 .10

Note: For bottle return operations, the link PLU itself should be refunded.

Operations for PLU (main PLU) and link PLU are available as follows: price shift split pricing void refund last item correction mark-up / mark-down % on subtotal multiplication adjustment (automatic % on specific items) amount plus / discount on subtotal food stamp item manual price tax shift cooking message mark-up / mark-down % on item amount plus / discount on item ticket item (Ticket setting for the link PLU belongs to the main PLU.) single item programmed supplementary message (automatic) kitchen printer transfer (If a different kitchen printer is programmed by main PLU and link PLU, both PLUs are transmitted to each programmed kitchen printer.)

Available on both PLUs

Available on main PLUs only

Available on both PLUs (depending on programming)

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i) Simple Condiment PLU
Simple Condiment PLU (S.C. PLU) is a PLU printed with condiment mark """. It can be entered only with a main PLU. Also, S.C. PLU input is compulsory if programmed so.
SALAD has been set to Simple Condiment PLU. KEY ENTRY STEAK SALAD DISPLAY PL 12.00 PL 2.00 RECEIPT STEAK SALAD

12.00 2.00

Operations on Simple Condiment PLU are available as follows: manual price price shift split pricing cooking message last item correction mark-up / mark-down % on item, on subtotal multiplication amount plus / discount on item, on subtotal adjustment (automatic % on specific items) ticket item (see Note below) single item tax shift programmed supplementary message (automatic) kitchen printer transfer --- printed in red (see Note below) void (see Note below) refund (see Note below)

Available

Not Available

Note for Ticket In the ticket system, S.C. PLU will have another ticket separately from the ticket of the main PLU. Note for Kitchen Printer Transfer If a different kitchen printer is programmed by main PLU and S.C. PLU, both PLUs are transmitted to each programmed kitchen printer. Note for Void S.C. PLU is not voided at the same time when a main PLU is voided. First, void the main PLU, then void the S.C. PLU. Void of only the S.C. PLU is not available. Note for Refund S.C. PLU is not refunded at the same time when a main PLU is refunded. First, refund the main PLU, then refund the S.C. PLU. Refund of only the S.C. PLU is not available.

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j) PLU Modifier
Using three modifier keys, this function can be changed one PLU to three different PLUs. Each modifier key is given a 3-digit modifier value (left digit shows value, right digit show number of digit to be modified). For example, modifier value 1 is set at 105, modifier value 2 is set at 205, modifier value 3 is set at 305,

Then,

MODIFY 1 key places a fifth digit with a value of '1' to the PLU code. PLU code 1001 is modified to PLU code 11001. MODIFY 2 key places a fifth digit with a value of '2' to the PLU code. PLU code 1001 is modified to PLU code 21001. MODIFY 3 key places a fifth digit with a value of '3' to the PLU code. PLU code 1001 is modified to PLU code 31001.

Hard PLUs:

PLU turn to R position, turn to X position, ----MODIFY if required if required

--- H.PLU

Coded PLUs:

PLU turn to R position, turn to X position, --- MODIFY --if required if required

PLU

--- enter PLU code ---

REPEA T

The following PLU codes are set: SODA <S> 0.60 1001: SODA <M> 0.95 11001: SODA <L> 1.25 21001: SODA <LL> 1.50 31001: KEY ENTRY SODA MODIFY 1 -- a SODA MODIFY 2 -- b SODA MODIFY 3 -- c SODA DISPLAY PL PL , PL , PL , RECEIPT SODA <S> SODA <M> SODA <L> SODA <LL>

.60 .95

.60 .95 1.25 1.50

1.25
a: Comma ", " is lit on the above REG lamp. b: Comma ", " is lit on the above 2nd PRICE lamp. c: Comma ", " is lit on the above 2nd MENU lamp.

1.50

Notes: - To exit from the PLU modifier mode, press the same modifier key again. - To change the value, press an other modifier key. - Depending on programming, this modifier value remains for one registration, for one transaction or until the next PLU MODIFY key depression.

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k) Single Item
A PLU that has been programmed as a single item automatically closes the transaction by a programmed total key. This function is especially useful for the bar. There are two types of single item transactions as follows: Single-item 1: This can be used as normal registration with other non-single items and will not automatically close the transaction.

enter the non-single item --- enter the single-item 1 --- can be continued

Single-item 2:

This can be used with non-single items but will automatically close the transaction.

enter the non-single item --- enter the single-item 2 --- closed automatically

Single-item 1 = BEER Single-item 2 = MARTINI Non-single item = SANDWICH KEY ENTRY BEER RECEIPT BEER CASH RECEIPT SANDWICH BEER
Not closed

2.50 2.50

KEY ENTRY MARTINI

RECEIPT MARTINI CASH RECEIPT SANDWICH MARTINI CASH

4.50 4.50

Closed automatically

Closed automatically

KEY ENTRY SANDWICH BEER

3.00 2.50

KEY ENTRY SANDWICH MARTINI

3.00 4.50 7.50

Closed automatically

SINGLE ITEM COMBINATION FOR A PLU WITH LINK PLU PROGRAMMED AS single-item 1 or 2 non-single item or single-item 1 or 2 non-single item single-item 1 or 2 TRANSACTION WILL BE Only the main PLU is registered and closed automatically. The link PLU is not registered. Both PLUs are registered and not closed if link PLU is single-item 1. If link PLU is single-item 2, it is closed automatically.

Main PLU: Link PLU: Main PLU: Link PLU:

If a PLU and link PLU which are programmed as single items are entered with other non-single items, the transaction is either closed or not closed depending on the selection of single-item 1 (can be continued) or singleitem 2 (closed automatically).

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l) Cooking Message & PLU Supplementary Message
< Cooking Message >
A PLU can have one cooking message that is entered by using COOKING MESSAGE key. The cooking message can be either preprogrammed (one of 50 messages) or manually entered. To enter a preprogrammed cooking message, enter a number (called the "Supplementary message number") from 1 to 50 and press COOKING MESSAGE key, then enter a PLU.
Cooking Message key: HAMBURGER with bacon (cooking message 7) is sold. KEY ENTRY 7 COOKING MESSAGE HAMBURGER DISPLAY 7 RECEIPT HAMBURGER with bacon

6.00

The cooking message is printed under the PLU line on the receipt.

To manually enter a cooking message, press COOKING MESSAGE key first. Then enter any alphanumeric message (up to 19 characters) and press ENTER key, then enter a PLU.
Manual entry: Rare STEAK is sold (cooking message "rare" is manually entered). KEY ENTRY COOKING MESSAGE rare [ENTER] STEAK DISPLAY 00-00
number of character character code

RECEIPT STEAK rare

15.00

If a wrong cooking message is entered, enter another cooking message or press CR key before a PLU entry. If the repeat or multiplication operation is done on a PLU, the PLU with cooking message is also repeated or multiplied.

< PLU Supplementary Message >
The supplementary message is the same as the cooking message (the same 1 ~ 50 messages are used) except that it is programmed to be automatically printed when the PLU it is linked to is entered. It is printed above the PLU line.
HAMBURGER (linked to the supplementary message number 7) is sold. KEY ENTRY HAMBURGER DISPLAY PL 6.00 RECEIPT with bacon HAMBURGER

6.00

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3. Kitchen Printer
ECR sends PLUs that have been programmed to print at specific kitchen printers after the transaction is closed by a media (total) key.
Food : transmitted to the kitchen (KP 1) Drinks : transmitted to the bar (KP 2) SALAD : simple condiment PLU ROAST BEEF : has a preprogrammed supplementary message "french fries" and one link PLU "SOUP" KEY ENTRY RECEIPT BEER 2.50 BEER CHICKEN 9.00 1 COOKING MESSAGE mild sauce CHICKEN SALAD 3.00 SALAD french fries ROAST BEEF 14.00 ROAST BEEF (SOUP 1.00 BEER 2.50 BEER CASH 32.00 QUANTITY 6 CASH #001A0050 10:11R CASHIER NAME 01 KITCHEN PRINTER 1 AT KITCHEN
ECR 1 1 1 1 NAME --> KITCHEN CASHIER NAME 01

KITCHEN PRINTER 2 AT BAR
ECR 2 NAME BEER 03APR/1999#001A0050 10:11 -- c a: cooking message b: simple condiment PLU c: PLU supplementary message (centered) --> BAR CASHIER NAME 01

CHICKEN mild sauce -- a SALAD -- b french fries ROAST BEEF

(SOUP
03APR/1999#001A0050 10:11

KITCHEN PRINTER PRINT CONTENTS - 1st line : the transmitting ECR name and the kitchen printer name are printed in double-width characters. - 2nd line : the serving cashier's name is printed. - The quantity and PLU descriptor are printed in double-width characters. - Link PLU is printed with link PLU symbol " ( " if entered. - Simple condiment PLU is printed in red without symbol """ if entered. - If programmed, orders of the same item are combined together. A link PLU and simple condiment PLU however are regarded as separate items from the same main PLUs. Also, they are transmitted to a kitchen printer which has been set for them. - < Track # > is printed in double-width characters in brackets if entered. - Refunded or negative voided items are printed in red. - Voided or corrected items in the same transaction are not printed. - Last line : date, machine number, cashier symbol, consecutive number and time are printed. Note for Mono-Ribbon When a mono-ribbon is used in the kitchen printer, characters printed in red are printed in slim characters.

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< Back-Up Kitchen Printer >
Depending on programming, each kitchen printer may have been assigned a back-up in case of failure, intentional shut down, changing paper rolls, etc. After a transaction is closed and the ECR attempts to send a message to a down kitchen printer, an alarm sounds, and the one of warning messages (71 ~ 74) "kitchen printer 1 ~ 4 error" is displayed. In the example below, KP 1 at the kitchen shuts down. KP 2 at the bar, programmed as the back-up, prints orders from the kitchen. The warning message #71 (KP 1 error) is displayed on the ECR and all the data sent to the kitchen printer (KP 1) which is down is printed on the back-up kitchen printer (KP 2). The data of the two kitchen printers are printed according to increasing kitchen printer number.

KITCHEN PRINTER 2 AT BAR
ECR 1 1 1 1 NAME --> KITCHEN CASHIER NAME 01 -- printed in red (or in slim if a mono-ribbon is set)

CHICKEN mild sauce SALAD french fries ROAST BEEF

(SOUP

03APR/1999#001A0050 10:11 --------------------------------------------

ECR 2

NAME BEER

-->

BAR CASHIER NAME 01

03APR/1999#001A0050 10:11

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4. Media Closing
Up to 5 different media (total) keys may be used to close a transaction. Any of the following closing methods is applicable:
Direct Closing : Press a media key directly. registrations --TTL

Tendering Input :

Enter a tendered amount then press a media key.

registrations --- SBTL --- enter tendered amount ---

TTL

When entered amount is over the due amount, the change is calculated automatically in cash if "automatic change" has been programmed. If "automatic change" has not been programmed, a designated media should be pressed for the change as follows: registrations --- SBTL --- enter tendered amount --TTL --TTL

Preset Tendering :

One-action closing to speed up tendering by use of a preset amount media key. Each media key, except for CASH/TTL 5 key, can have a preset amount.
TTL 1~4

registrations --- SBTL

---

Media Multiplication : Makes it easier to sum up tendered amounts by using Ten-Keys and X key. This function is available only when using preset amount media.
TTL 1~4

registrations --- SBTL --- enter number of pieces ---

X

---

Automatic Closing by Cashier Insert Key (option) : If programmed and when the cashier insert key is removed, the transaction is closed automatically by CASH/TTL 5 key. For a track operation, it is closed automatically by NEW BAL. (New Balance) key.

The following depend on programming: - automatic change; - tendered amount input prohibited or compulsory; - drawer open after media closing; - cheque-cashing functions (refer to 7. Cheque Cashing / Cheque Printing section); - cheque printing (refer to 7. Cheque Cashing / Cheque Printing section).

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5. Foreign Currency / Euro Currency
Foreign Currency System
Any media may be programmed for foreign currency media except for TTL 5 key for local currency. Foreign Currency Media keys can be used the same way as a local currency media, including R/A, P/O and cash declaration operations.

a) Closing Methods
Direct Closing : Tendering Input : Press Foreign Currency Media key directly, without a tendered amount input. Before a foreign currency tendering amount is entered, F.C. SBTL key and F.C. Media key must be pressed to show the total amount in foreign currency. Then enter the foreign currency tendering amount and press the same F.C. Media key again. due amount of enter foreign F.C. F.C. F.C. ----- foreign currency --- currency --SBTL MEDIA MEDIA displayed amount

registrations ---

The change is calculated automatically in local currency if "automatic change" has been programmed. If "automatic change" has not been programmed, a designated media should be pressed for the change. Over-Tendering by Foreign Currency KEY ENTRY
(item registrations)

DISPLAY F 1 CH 10.00 1070 1500 4.02
-- a -- b -- d -- e

RECEIPT
(item registrations)

F.C. SBTL F.C. MEDIA 1500 F.C. MEDIA
a: b: c: d: e:

DUE AMOUNT 10.00 0.9345* 14.02 1500 FC MEDIA CHNGE 4.02

-- a -- c -- d -- e

due amount of local currency due amount of foreign currency (TTL 1 key is used in this sample) tendering amount in local currency is calculated from tendering amount in foreign currency (1500 x 0.9345) tendering amount in foreign currency change amount in local currency

b) Currency Exchange
In order to exchange a foreign currency to local one, enter the foreign currency amount and press F.C. Media key at the beginning of a transaction. ECR automatically subtracts a service charge amount calculated by a programmed charge rate. The currency exchange operation is allowed depending on programming.
KEY ENTRY 30000 F.C. MEDIA DISPLAY 300.00 CH 266.33 RECEIPT 0.9345* FC MEDIA CHARGE CHNGE
a: b: c: d:

280.35 30000 5 % 14.02 266.33

-- a -- b -- c -- d

tendering amount in local currency is calculated from tendering amount in foreign currency (30000 x 0.9345) tendering amount in foreign currency charge amount in local currency is calculated from the programmed charge rate (280.35 x 5%) cashing amount in local currency

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Euro Currency System
Any media may be programmed for Euro currency media except for TTL 5 key. A payment by the Euro currency is corresponded by an Euro media key. When a transaction is closed by Euro media key, the due amounts in local and Euro currencies are printed on the receipt. If taxable items are included in the transaction, the Euro taxable amount and tax are also printed separately from the local taxable amount and tax. Euro amount is calculated by "local amount x Euro rate".

< Display Method of Euro Currency System >
When SBTL key is pressed during a transaction, the display switches between Euro and local currencies in one second. Also, it can be manually switched by pressing SBTL key according to the programming.
DISPLAY (1-line numeric display)
Euro Local Euro Local

.15 1.00

due amount of Euro currency

due amount in local currency

< Print Formats of Euro Currency System >
Either "Euro and currency symbols are printed or not printed" and "one space or no space between Euro currency & currency symbols and the amount" can be selected by programming. Note: Tax lines in local and Euro currencies are printed when "VAT data printed" is selected.

Then the receipt format will be like the following samples:

1. Direct Closing by Local currency in Euro Currency System
Euro & currency symbols printed PLU 10.00 DUE AMOUNT due amount (local) DM 10.00 --------- only for reference -----------------due amount (Euro) *1 5.06 Euro currency exchange rate *1 1.00 = DM 1.97719 -------------------------------------------------------------directly closed by cash CASH DM 10.00 VAT sales (local) VATSALE DM 9.10 VAT amount (local) VAT DM .90 ----- only for reference -----------------------VAT sales (Euro) *2 4.60 VATSALE VAT amount (Euro) *2 .46 VAT
*1

Euro & currency symbols not printed PLU 10.00 DUE AMOUNT LOCAL 10.00 ---------*1 EURO 5.06 *1 EURO 1.00 = 1.97719 -------------------CASH 10.00 VATSALE 9.10 VAT .90 -------------------VATSALE EURO 4.60 *2 VAT EURO .46 *2

*2

Due amount in Euro currency with Euro currency exchange rate are printed by [SF-74.a=0]. When "due amount in Euro currency printed" [SF-74.a=0] is selected, either "Euro currency exchange rate is printed or not printed" can be selected by [SF-74.d]. VAT tax and taxable subtotal amounts in Euro currency are printed by [SF-24.a=1].

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2. Direct Closing by Euro Currency
Euro & currency symbols printed PLU 10.00 DUE AMOUNT due amount (local) DM 10.00 due amount (Euro) --- always printed 5.06 *1 1.00 = DM 1.97719 directly closed by Euro 5.06 EURO *2 (= DM 10.00 ) VAT sales (local) *3 VATSALE DM 9.10 VAT amount (local) *3 VAT DM .90 -------------------VAT sales (Euro) *3 4.60 VATSALE VAT amount (Euro) *3 .46 VAT
*1 Euro currency exchange rate is printed by [SF-74.d=0]. *2 Calculated amount in local currency is printed by [SF-73.e=0]. *3 These tax lines are printed by [SF-22.h=1].

Euro & currency symbols not printed PLU 10.00 DUE AMOUNT LOCAL 10.00 EURO 5.06 *1 EURO 1.00 = 1.97719 EURO 5.06 (= 10.00 ) *2 VATSALE 9.10 *3 VAT .90 *3 -------------------VATSALE EURO 4.60 *3 *3 VAT EURO .46

3. Direct Closing by Foreign Currency in Euro Currency System
When "Foreign currency exchanged directly" is selected, the print format of foreign currency exchange rate will be as follows;
Foreign currency exchange rate = Foreign currency / Local currency PLU 10.00 DUE AMOUNT due amount (local) DM 10.00 due amount (foreign) FF 33.54 foreign currency exchange rate DM 1.00 * FF 3.353876 directly closed by foreign currency FRANC FF 33.54 calculated amount in local currency (= DM 10.00 ) VATSALE DM 9.10 VAT DM 0.90 Foreign currency exchange rate = Local currency / Foreign currency PLU 10.00 DUE AMOUNT DM 10.00 FF 33.54 DM 1.00/ FF 0.298162 FRANC FF 33.54 (= DM 10.00 ) VATSALE DM 9.10 VAT DM 0.90

< Notes for Euro Currency System >
- The position of punctuation of the Euro currency media depends on the programming. - When the Euro currency system has been programmed, the subtotal amount is always displayed only. "Subtotal amount displayed and printed" setting is ignored.

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6. Food Stamp
The food stamp operation is possible only when 'Food Stamp System' and 'Add-On Tax System' have been programmed. Any media key can be programmed as Food Stamp Media (F.S. Media) key, except for TTL 5.

a) Food Stamp Closing Methods
Direct Closing : When the transaction amount can be paid entirely by food stamps (if decimal amount is zero), the transaction can be closed directly by F.S. Media key after Food Stamp Subtotal (F.S. SBTL) key is pressed. This is available if food stamp direct closing is permitted by programming. First, press Food Stamp Subtotal (F.S. SBTL) key in order to enter the food stamp tendering mode. Then, enter the food stamp tendering amount and press F.S. Media key. When an over-tendering amount of food stamp is entered, the display shows the food stamp change with FC symbol (Food stamp Change) and the remaining amount for nonstampable item alternately. Also, when a short-tendering amount of food stamp is entered, the display shows the short amount in the food stamp with FS symbol (Food stamp Short) and the remaining amount alternately.
due amount of enter F.S. registrations -- F.S. remaining food stamp --- food stamp --- tendering ----amount and amount of SBTL MEDIA displayed amount of non-food stamp item food displayed alternately stamp

Tendering Input :

When it is required to change the food stamp tendering into cash tendering, press SBTL key to exit from the food stamp tendering mode and close the transaction normally using a media key.

Over-Tendering : Transaction containing food stampable and non-food stampable items. KEY ENTRY BREAD MILK SHAMPOO F.S. SBTL 1000 F.S. MEDIA DISPLAY RECEIPT BREAD 1.00 MILK 2.00 SHAMPOO 3.00 F.S. SBTL 3.00 F.S. MEDIA 10.00 CHNGE F.S. MEDIA 7.00 SUBTL 3.00 DUE AMOUNT 6.00 3.00 CASH
food stampable item food stampable item non-food stampable item

FS FC

3.00 7.00 * 3.00 3.00 3.00

SBTL CASH

5

SBTL key must be pressed in order to enable the cash tendering mode. * Display 'FC' shows the Change in Food stamps.

Please note, if CL key is pressed after depression of F.S. SBTL key, the food stamp tendering mode is cancelled. So, F.S. SBTL key has to be pressed again in order to enable the food stamp tendering. Furthermore, note that when one of the normal media keys is pressed once, food stamp operations cannot be done.

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Short-Tendering : Transaction containing food stampable and non-food stampable items. KEY ENTRY DISPLAY RECEIPT BREAD BREAD 1.00 MILK 2.00 MILK SHAMPOO SHAMPOO 3.00 short-tendering (1.00 over) F.S. SBTL FS 3.00 F.S. SBTL 3.00 change in food stamps 200 F.S. MEDIA FS 1.00 * F.S. MEDIA 2.00 SUBTL 4.00 DUE AMOUNT 6.00 4.00 4.00 CASH SBTL 4.00 CASH 5 4.00
SBTL key must be pressed in order to enable the cash tendering mode. * Display 'FS' shows the left amount in Food stamps.

b) Tax of Food Stamp System
The food stamp system requires to use the add-on tax system. If programmed, the food stamp symbol and the tax symbol are printed as follows: FS Food stampable, non-taxable item F1 ~ F7 Food stampable, taxable 1 ~ 3 items Tax Symbol FS F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 Tax Status non-taxable taxable 1 taxable 2 taxable 1&2 taxable 3 taxable 1&3 taxable 2&3 taxable 1&2&3

c) General Type / Illinois Type
There are two types of food stamp functions. One is known as "General" type and the other as "Illinois" type. The difference between these two types is only the tax calculation method.
General Type : If a food stampable item is programmed as a taxable item, the tax is always charged and printed separately from the non-food stampable's taxable items. However, the tax amount of food stampable items will be memorized together with the normal tax. stamp tendering is short. If the food stamp tendering is short, the tax is charged on the remaining amount.

Illinois Type : Even if a food stampable/taxable item is registered, the tax is not charged unless the food

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7. Cheque Cashing / Cheque Printing
a) Cheque Cashing
In order to exchange a Cheque for local currency, enter the cheque amount and press a Media key which has been programmed for cheque cashing at the beginning of a transaction. The ECR automatically subtracts a service charge amount which is calculated by using a programmed charge rate.

b) Cheque Printing on Slip Printer (TP-620)
A cheque can be printed only when the transaction is closed by a media key programmed for cheque depending on programming. The following contents are printed on a cheque using a slip printer (the print positions are programmable): - cheque message - total amount in normal-size characters - total amount in double-width characters - date - ECR machine number, cashier symbol, consecutive receipt number Depending on programming, there are two ways to print a cheque. 1. Manual cheque printing when a transaction is closed by cheque media key Even if a cheque has not been set on the slip printer, the cheque printing data will be sent to the printer and a warning message will be displayed on both the ECR and the slip printer. 2. Automatic cheque printing when a transaction is closed by cheque media key and a cheque has been inserted into the slip printer In this case, if a cheque has not been set on the slip printer when pressing cheque media key, the cheque printing function will be automatically canceled and no warnings will appear. Cheque Sample

JOHN SMITH 6-22, Gion-Cho, Daito, Osaka, Japan PAY TO THE ORDER OF

*72.10* MAR31/1997 #001A0049

276

$ *72.10* JAPAN 10/100 DOLLARS

UNIWELL CORP OSAKA

Seventy Two with
The one the world can rely on. 3-5-25, Tenma, Kita-Ku, Osaka, Japan

FOR 124 100064 1004

#
55258 13 0276

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8. Tip Operation
A tip amount can be entered as either an amount separate from payment or as change from overtendering.

a) Tip Amount Input
registrations --- enter a tip amount --TIP

---

TTL

--- close transaction or continue registration

KEY ENTRY BEER T-BONE STEAK 50 TIP CASH CASH

DISPLAY

5

.50 28.00 28.00

RECEIPT BEER 3.00 T-BONE STEAK 25.00 TIP .50 CASH CASH 28.00 QUANTITY 2

b) Change Kept as Tip
This function cannot be done when the automatic change calculation has been programmed.

registrations --- SBTL

--- enter the over-tendered amount ---

TTL

---

TIP

---

TTL

(change will be the tip) KEY ENTRY BEER T-BONE STEAK SBTL 3000 CASH TIP CASH DISPLAY RECEIPT BEER 3.00 T-BONE STEAK 26.50 SUBTL 29.50 DUE AMOUNT 29.50 CASH 30.00 TIP .50 CASH QUANTITY 2

CH 5

.50 .50 .50

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9. Mark-up / Mark-down
The key operation determines whether the mark-up or mark-down is calculated on the item or subtotal. For mark-up/-down on item, press % key immediately after the item is entered. For markup/-down on subtotal, press SBTL key before pressing % key. The following depend on programming; - a manual rate entry is permitted or prohibited; - mark-up/down amount always affects or does not affect the taxable subtotal; - mark-up/down on item or on subtotal operation permitted or prohibited. Only for the mark-down, turning the control key to the Z1/P position may be set as required by programming.
enter manual rate, if required --- turn to Z1/P position, if required --- %

Mark-up (on item) : %1 key has been programmed for mark-up of 5%. KEY ENTRY BEER ROAST BEEF %1 CASH DISPLAY RECEIPT BEER ROAST BEEF % 1

.70 %

2.50 14.00 5 % .70 CASH 17.20

Mark-down (on subtotal) with manual rate entry: %2 key has been programmed for mark-down of 5%. KEY ENTRY BEER ROAST BEEF SBTL 4 %2 CASH DISPLAY RECEIPT BEER 2.50 ROAST BEEF 14.00 SUBTL 16.50 % 2 .66 CASH 15.84

16.50 -.66 %

-- printed if programmed

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10. Adjustment (Automatic % on Specific Items)
The adjustment function is provided for Membership discounts, Whole-sales prices, Employees, etc. Each PLU can be assigned to one of three adjustments by programming. Mark-up and Mark-down are presettable on each item, saving the trouble of manually entering rates. The depression of ADJUST 1 key, ADJUST 2 key or ADJUST 1&2 key after entering items will calculate the mark-up/down amount. After an adjustment key depression, only a closing operation is permitted. Depending on programming, adjustment amount affects or does not affect the taxable subtotal, and turning the control key to the Z1/P position may be set as required by programming. <Example>
ADJUST 1

Adjustment 1 key is used for price reduction (2%-)

ADJUST 2

Adjustment 2 key is used for price reduction (5%-)

ADJUST 1&2

Adjustment 1 & 2 key is used for price reduction (2%-, 5%-)

ADJUST 1 :

CAKE has been set to Adjustable 1 item. COFFEE has been set to Adjustable 2 item. DISPLAY RECEIPT CAKE COFFEE AJST1 CASH

KEY ENTRY CAKE COFFEE ADJUST 1 CASH

-. 3 +/-

1.50 1.00 1.50 2 % .03 2.47

ADJUST 1&2 :

CAKE has been set to Adjustable 1 item. COFFEE has been set to Adjustable 2 item. DISPLAY RECEIPT CAKE COFFEE AJST1 1.50 1.00 1.50 2 % .03 AJST2 1.00 5 % .05 CASH 2.52

KEY ENTRY CAKE COFFEE ADJUST 1&2 CASH

-. 5 +/-

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11. Amount Plus / Amount Discount
A plus/discount amount can be entered manually or the programmed amount is added/subtracted automatically. The key operation determines whether the amount is added to the item or subtotal. For plus/discount on item, press (+) or (-) key immediately after the item is entered. For plus/discount on subtotal, press SBTL key before pressing (+) or (-) key. The following depend on programming; - plus/discount on item or on subtotal operation permitted or prohibited; - plus/discount amount always affects or does not affect the taxable subtotal. Only for the discount operation, turning the control key to the Z1/P position may be set as required by programming.
enter manual discount amount, --- turn to Z1/P position, --if required if required
(-)

Amount discount operation on item : (-) key is programmed for 0.30 discount. KEY ENTRY HAMBUGER COFFEE (-) CASH DISPLAY RECEIPT HAMBURGER 3.50 COFFEE 1.00 DSCNT .30 CASH 4.20

-.30 +/-

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12. Last Item Correction
CR key is used to cancel the last-registered item. Press CR key immediately after the wrong item or the wrong function key is registered. The corrected item is never printed on the post-receipt, kitchen printer and slip printer.
COFFEE is corrected. KEY ENTRY CAKE COFFEE CR CASH DISPLAY RECEIPT CAKE 1.50 COFFEE 1.00 ---- CORRECTED ----CASH 1.50

PL

1.00 ,,,,,,,,,

PLU (HAMBURGER) with link PLU (COFFEE) is corrected. KEY ENTRY CAKE HAMBURGER CR CASH DISPLAY RECEIPT CAKE 1.50 HAMBURGER 3.50 (COFFEE 1.00 ---- CORRECTED ----2 PS CORECT CASH 1.50

PL

4.50 ,,,,,,,,,

number of corrected items is printed

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13. Void
VOID key is used to void an item which has been registered in the current transaction. In order to void an item registered by a series of key depression, the same key operation must be repeated.
Hard PLUs: repeat same key operations --(manual price, multiplication, etc.) PLU VOID

---

H.PLU

Coded PLUs:

repeat same key operations --- enter PLU code --(manual price, multiplication, etc.)

VOID

--REPEAT

Depending on programming, turning the control key to the Z1/P position may be required to allow voiding operations.
repeat same key operations for voided item --- turn to Z1/P position, --if required
VOID

--- turn to R position, --- enter the PLU if required

Two ICE CREAMs which are entered with manual prices are voided. KEY ENTRY 100 ICE CREAM CAKE 100 ICE CREAM 2 [X] 100 VOID ICE CREAM CASH PL DISPLAY RECEIPT ICE CREAM 1.00 CAKE 1.50 ICE CREAM 1.00 2 x 1.00 ICE CREAM 2.00 mmmmmVOIDmmmmm CASH 1.50

2

1.00 -2.00

VD/RF lamp flashes

< Kitchen Printer/Slip Printer >
The voided item is not printed on the kitchen printer and slip printer. Only the negative voided item is printed in red (or in slim if a mono-ribbon is set) on the kitchen printer and in black on the slip printer with a minus symbol but with no void message.

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14. Refund
REFUND key is used to refund a registered item after the transaction has been closed. The ECR will not check to see if the refunded item was actually registered. In order to refund an item registered by a series of key depression, the same key operation must be repeated. Press REFUND key after entering the data (PLU code, manual price, etc.).

Hard PLUs:

repeat same key operations --(manual price, multiplication, etc.)

REFUN D

---

H.PLU

Coded PLUs:

repeat same key operations --- enter PLU code --(manual price, multiplication, etc.)

REFUN D

PLU

---

REPEAT

Depending on programming, turning the control key to the Z1/P position may be required to allow refunding operations.

repeat same key operations --- turn to Z1/P position, --for refunded item if required

REFUND --- turn to R position, --- enter the PLU

if required

ORANGE JUICE is refunded. KEY ENTRY REFUND ORANGE JUICE CASH DISPLAY . 0 PL -2.00
VD/RF lamp lit

RECEIPT ORANGE JUICE 2.00 mmmmREFNDmmmm CASH 2.00 KITCHEN PRINTER
ECR NAME -->

The refunded item is printed in red (or in slim if a mono-ribbon is set) on the kitchen printer and in black on the slip printer with a minus symbol but with no refund message.

BAR CASHIER NAME 01

1

ORANGE

JUICE

03APR/1999#001A0060 11:12

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15. Tax
Each PLU can have one of four taxes and they will be calculated by either VAT method or Add-On Tax method. VAT Method Tax amount is included in the price. The tax shift is available however, manual tax amount entry and manual tax exemption are not available. Add-On Tax Method Tax amount is charged separately from the price. Tax Rate or Tax Table selection is available for each tax. The tax shift, manual tax amount entry and manual tax exemption are available.
tax symbol

The following items can be printed by programming:
tax amounts printed separately or consolidated on one line taxable subtotal amount printed or not printed tax amount printed even if tax = 0 or not printed tax symbol printed or not printed VAT data printed or not printed (add-on tax data always printed) VAT taxable subtotal printed with tax or without tax

PLU NAME 0001 PLU NAME 0002 PLU NAME 0003 TXSL3 TAX 3 TXSL4 TAX 4 CASH TXSL1 TAX 1

1.00 2.00 3.00 5.00 .25 3.00 .18 6.43 .95 .05

taxable 1 item (VAT) taxable 3 item (add-on) taxable 3 & 4 item (add-on) add-on tax data

cash amount VAT tax data

The following operations are possible only for the add-on tax items:

Taxable Subtotal Display Net Subtotal Display

TAX

PLU entry --- SHIFT
1~4 NET SBTL

---

SBTL

The taxable subtotal is displayed using the appropriate TAX SHIFT key and SBTL key immediately after registering the PLU.

PLU entry ---

Net subtotal without add-on tax amount is displayed. It can be printed if programmed. After it is performed, all TAX other operations are SHIFT prohibited, except for a 1~4 media closing.

Manual Tax Entry PLU entry --- manual tax amount --TAX

---

Manual Tax Exemption
(available if permitted by programming)

PLU entry ---

TAX SHIFT 1~4

---

TAX

This may be used at the end of a transaction to exempt the whole transaction from a particular tax rate, e.g. the whole sale could be exempted from Tax 2. After it is performed, all other operations are prohibited, except for a media closing.

<Automatic Tax Exemption for Add-On Tax System >
If the tax exemption limit amount is programmed, the tax amount is automatically exempted according to the taxable subtotal amount per entered number of people or per transaction by programming.

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< Tax Shift >
It is possible for both the VAT tax items and the add-on tax items: Tax status is changed by TAX SHIFT 1 ~ 4 keys.
Tax Shift for H. PLU :
TAX SHIFT 1~4 TAX SHIFT 1~4

---

H. PLU

Tax Shift for Coded PLU :

PLU code entry ---

---

PLU REPEAT

i) TAX SHIFT ON VAT TAX ITEMS
Depression of a tax shift key changes a tax status to a different VAT tax status.
TAX SHIFT KEY PRESSED TAX SHIFT 2 key TAX SHIFT 3 key TAX SHIFT 4 key taxable 2 taxable 3 taxable 4

TAX SHIFT 1 key Non-taxable & VAT taxable items are changed to ... taxable 1

ii) TAX SHIFT ON ADD-ON TAX ITEMS
Tax shift can also be used with the add-on tax items but in a way which is different from the VAT items. If the pressed TAX SHIFT key number and the item's tax number are the same, the item will become nontaxable. If the pressed TAX SHIFT key number and the item's tax number are different, the tax status will be both the original item's tax status and the shifted tax status as follows:
TAX SHIFT KEY PRESSED TAX SHIFT 2 key TAX SHIFT 3 key taxable 2 taxable 3 1, 2 1, 3 non-taxable 2, 3 : : 1 1, 2, 3 1, 3, 4 1, 2, 4

ADD-ON TAX STATUS Non-taxable item TAXABLE 1 ITEM TAXABLE 2 ITEM : TAXABLE 1 & 2 ITEM TAXABLE 1 ~ 4 ITEM

TAX SHIFT 1 key taxable 1 non-taxable taxable 1, 2 : 2 2, 3, 4

TAX SHIFT 4 key taxable 4 1, 4 2, 4 : 1, 2, 4 1, 2, 3

The function of the tax shift keys depends on which tax method is selected for each of the four taxes. Tax shift for the VAT system affects only VAT tax items and tax shift for the add-on system affects only add-on tax items. For example, Tax 1 and 2 are VAT method, tax 3 and 4 are add-on tax method, PLU 1's tax status is tax 1 & 3:
PLU 1's TAX STATUS TAX 1 (VAT method) TAX 3 (add-on tax method) PLU1's tax status will be TAX SHIFT 1 key (VAT) no change no change taxable 1 & 3 TAX SHIFT KEY PRESSED TAX SHIFT 2 key TAX SHIFT 3 key (VAT) (add-on tax) taxable 2 no change no change non-taxable taxable 2 & 3 taxable 1 TAX SHIFT 4 key (add-on tax) no change taxable 3 & 4 taxable 1, 3, 4

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16. R/A (Received on Account)
Records an amount of money received into the cash drawer when no customer transaction has taken place (i.e. in order to register the money prepared for change into the ECR memory).
50.00 x 1 piece and 5.00 x 10 pieces are entered. KEY ENTRY R/A 5000 CASH 10 [X] TTL 3 R/A DISPLAY . 0 5 3 50.00 50.00 100.00
PO/RA lamp lit Media multiplication can only be done using a preset amount media. TTL 3 key has been programmed for an amount 5.00.

RECEIPT CASH CASH R/A

50.00 50.00 100.00

17. P/O (Paid Out)
Records an amount of money withdrawn from the cash drawer when no customer transaction has taken place.
50.00 is withdrawn. KEY ENTRY P/O 5000 CASH P/O DISPLAY . 0 5 -50.00 -50.00
PO/RA lamp flashes

RECEIPT CASH P/O

50.00 50.00

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18. No Sale
For opening the drawer when no transaction has taken place. Simply press NO SALE key. Depending on programming, turning the control key to the X position may be required.
turn to X position, if required --NO SALE

19. HALO Release, Off Compulsory
HALO RELEASE key is used to temporarily release the PLU HALO (High Amount Lock Out) amount and compulsory conditions for PLU stock input. OFF COMPULSORY key is used for the temporary release of all compulsory conditions. For example, under a track number entry compulsory condition, press OFF COMPULSORY key at the beginning of a transaction for release of the compulsory condition. Depending on programming, turning the control key to the Z1/P position may be required in order to use HALO RELEASE and OFF COMPULSORY keys.
turn to Z1/P position, if required --OFF COMPULSORY

--- turn to R position and continue registrations

turn to Z1/P position, if required ---

HALO RELEASE

--- turn to R position and continue registrations

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20. Number of People
It is possible to input 99 people with PERSON key. Overriding input is also possible.
PERSON --- enter the number of people --PERSON

KEY ENTRY PERSON 2 PERSON BEER RED WINE CASH

DISPLAY P-02

RECEIPT BEER 2.50 RED WINE 3.00 CASH 5.50 QUANTITY 2 PERSN 2

21. Message
Up to 19 digits of number or message inputs are possible with MESSAGE key.
Number Input: enter number --MESSAGE

Message Input:

MESSAGE

--- enter message ---

ENTER

KEY ENTRY 1234567890123456789 MESSAGE MESSAGE ABCDEFGH ENTER

RECEIPT MESS1 1234567890123456789# MESS1 ABCDEFGH#
MESSAGE key symbol

Stroke Keyboard (CAPITAL) / (SMALL) (DOUBLE) (BACK SP) (SPACE) not available CL (ENTER) -- CASH/TTL 5

Flat Keyboard ↑/↓ (DOUBLE) (BACK SP) (SPACE) ←/→ (CL) (ENTER) -- H.PLU 72

Functions to enter upper or lower-case letters to enter a double-width character Press this key after each character entry. to enter a back space to enter a space to shift cursor left or right for the flat keyboard to cancel character input before pressing ENTER key to finish character input

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22. Validation
Validation on the ECR's internal printer is available. They can be issued for any item after it is registered, any media after payment is made, or for the total after the transaction is closed. The validation on the slip printer is not available.

Item & Media Validations:

insert validation paper after an item or a media is registered

--- VALID.

MISC.

Total Validations:

insert validation paper after a transaction is TTL --- VALID. closed

KEY ENTRY BEER 6 BOTTLES

RECEIPT BEER 6 BOTTLES 6.60 CASH 6.60
NOV05/1997#002A0001 BEER 6 BOTTLES 6.60

insert a paper for item validation

MISC. VALID. CASH
insert a paper for media validation

MISC. VALID.
insert a paper for total validation

NOV05/1997#002A0001 CASH

6.60

TTL VALID.
time printed if programmed

NOV05/1997#002A0001 -TTL-

6.60

NOV05/1997#002A0001 11:43 -TTL-

6.60

The following depend on programming: - Validation is compulsory or is not compulsory - Validation can be printed only one time or an unlimited number of times - Validation printed by upside-down or normal character - Time printed or not printed

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23. Arrangement
There are four kinds of arrangement keys. Up to 20-key steps operations can be assigned to each one of the Arrangements. Execution of programmed steps can be performed by depression of the appropriate ARRANGEMENT 1 ~ 4 key.

Example 1: ARRANGEMENT 1 key is programmed for an automatic discount and closing operations as follows:
----CASH/ TTL5

SBTL

(-)

(-) key is programmed for 0.30 discount

KEY ENTRY SALMON STEAK ARRANGE 1

DISPLAY PL 15.00 5 14.70

RECEIPT SALMON STEAK 15.00 SUBTL 15.00 DSCNT .30 CASH 14.70

Example 2: ARRANGEMENT 2 key is programmed for assorted reports. X-03 Full Transaction report (3, X, TTL5) X-05 Hourly report (5, X, TTL5) X-10 Cashier report (1, 0, X, TTL5) Operation Turn the control key to the X position and press ARRANGEMENT 2 key. Then, above reports will automatically be printed.

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24. Recall
The total amount of the last transaction which has been closed directly by a media key can be recalled by RECALL key. The receipt of the last transaction is issued when the transaction is directly closed. After that, no additional receipt is issued during the recall operation. A transaction which has been closed with amount tendered cannot be recalled. The recalled transaction must be closed by a media key with a tendering amount entry. It is canceled by CL key.
Payment for the last transaction

registration --- RECALL --- enter tendering amount --During recall operation, TOTAL lamp flashes.

TTL

--- continue current transaction

The last transaction is recalled during the current transaction. KEY ENTRY (current transaction) STEAK WINE (recall the last transaction) DISPLAY RECALL 5 17.00 -- displays the last transaction's total amount with media key number
-- TOTAL lamp flashes during a recall operation

2000 CASH

CH

3.00 Tendering amount input compulsory. If the automatic change is not
programmed, a designated media must be pressed to calculate the change.

(continue the current transaction) TOMATO SALAD CASH

RECEIPT (current transaction) STEAK 15.00 WINE 6.00 TOMATO SALAD 5.00 CASH 26.00

Recall of the transaction which is closed by a foreign currency media
When the last transaction is recalled, the closed foreign currency media key name and the total amount in local currency is displayed. Before entering the foreign currency tendering amount for the last transaction, FC SBTL key and the specific foreign currency media key must be pressed.
Payment for the last transaction

registration --- RECALL ---

F.C. SBTL

F.C. F.C. enter F.C. tendering continue current --- MEDIA ----- MEDIA --amount transaction

During recall operation, TOTAL lamp flashes.

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25. Amount Track
The amount track system has the following characteristics:
Amount Track System # of Tracks Track # Entry Characteristics Standard (max.) 1500 tracks Manual Track # Method is used. Track is identified by up to 6 digits random track number. Track records only transaction totals. Track can be temporarily closed using TRACK/NEW BAL. key, until finally closed by a media key. Check-out bill issue is not available. Bill called 'post-bill' on the slip printer or on the receipt in the receipt-off condition can be issued by pressing BUFFER PRINT key immediately after the track is closed. It shows the last transaction contents only. So if detailed registration contents are required on a slip, they have to be printed by pressing BUFFER PRINT key every time after the track is closed. The automatic line finder is available for an additional post-bill issue on a slip.

Bill Issue

< Opening a New Track >
Enter a random 1 ~ 6 digit track number and press TRACK/NEW BAL. key. A track number may be assigned at anytime while in a transaction.
enter track # --TRACK / NEW BAL.

--- new track number is assigned

< Closing a Track Temporarily >
Enter registrations as normal and then, press TRACK/NEW BAL. key to close it temporarily.
open track --- register items --TRACK / NEW BAL.

--- track is temporarily closed If required, issue a Post-Bill by BUFFER PRINT key.

< Picking Up a Track >
To pick up a track, enter the track number and press TRACK/NEW BAL. key.
enter track # --TRACK / NEW BAL.

--- previous balance with track # is displayed

< Closing a Track Finally >
Enter registrations as normal and then, press one of a Media (Total) keys to close the track finally.
open track --- register items --TTL

--- track is finally closed If required, issue a Post-Bill by BUFFER PRINT key.

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Amount Track System: KEY ENTRY DISPLAY 123456 TRACK # 123456 SALMON STEAK BEER NEW BAL. BUFFER PRINT 1 for post-bill

. 0

--- see below *1

RECEIPT <123456> .00 SALMON STEAK 11.00 BEER 2.50 CURENT CHG 13.50 N.B <123456> 13.50 QUANTITY 2 #001A0002 19:14R CASHIER NAME 01

--- printed if programmed

123456 TRACK # CAKE COFFEE CASH BUFFER PRINT 1 for post-bill

123456 13.50

--- see below *2

<123456> 13.50 CAKE 1.50 COFFEE 1.50 CURENT CHG 3.00 CASH 16.50 QUANTITY 2 #001A0016 20:14R CASHIER NAME 01

Tax is printed each time the track is closed or it is printed only when the track is finally closed by a Media key depending on programming.

Post-Bill --- shows the last transaction's contents
Immediately after temporarily closing a track transaction, if either BUFFER PRINT 1 or 2 key is pressed, a post-bill is issued on a receipt in the receipt-off condition or on a slip if programmed to use.

< Automatic Line Finder >
If a Post-Bill of the track has been issued previously, the automatic line finder advances the Post-Bill past the previously-printed area, and prints only the last transaction's contents as a continuation of the previous Post-Bill.
POST-BILL (SLIP)
<123456> SALMON STEAK BEER CURENT CHG N.B <123456> .00 11.00 2.50 13.50

*1

13.50 QUANTITY 2 17NOV/1999#001A0002 19:14R CASHIER NAME 01 <123456> 13.50 CAKE 1.50 COFFEE 1.50 CURENT CHG 3.00 CASH 16.50 QUANTITY 2 17NOV/1999#001A0016 20:14R CASHIER NAME 01

*2

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26. Previous Balance Plus (PB+) / Previous Balance Minus (PB-)
The PB+ for charge or PB- for deposit can be used in place of track operation when the track memory is full. These operations are similar to track operations in that they allow for intermittent registrations however no track numbers are used. Also, the automatic line finder on the slip printer is inoperative, however, the manual line finder can be used.
KEY ENTRY 100 MESSAGE PB+ BANANA CAKE NEW BAL. DISPLAY
100 # lamp lit . 0

RECEIPT CUSTOMER 100# PB.P .00 BANANA CAKE 1.25 N.B 1.25 QUANTITY 1 #001A0024 15:42R CASHIER NAME 01
-- MESSAGE key symbol

BUFFER PRINT 1 --- bill is printed on the slip (see below * 1) 100 MESSAGE 125 PB+ ICE CREAM CASH CUSTOMER 100# PB.P 1.25 ICE CREAM 2.00 CASH 3.25 QUANTITY 1 #001A0025 15:55R CASHIER NAME 01

1.25

PB- key is used for a negative previous balance (deposit). The balance must be entered before pressing PB- key.

< Manual Line Finder Operation >
Input the line number from where printing should start and press BUFFER PRINT key. The input line number should not be more than the preprogrammed maximum number of lines on the slip. Bills which are issued by the manual line finder operation do not have a slip logo.
7 lines are fed by the manual line finder operation. KEY ENTRY POST-BILL is used as CHECK-OUT BILL 7 BUFFER PRINT 1 --- *2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 CUSTOMER 100# PB.P .00 BANANA CAKE 1.25 N.B 1.25 QUANTITY 1 17NOV/1999#001A0024 15:42R CASHIER NAME 01 CUSTOMER 100# PB.P 1.25 ICE CREAM 2.00 CASH 3.25 QUANTITY 1 17NOV/1999#001A0025 15:55R CASHIER NAME 01 *1 logo is printed if programmed

*2 logo is not printed

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27. Ticket System
If the ECR is programmed for the ticket system, all items will be ticket items. When items are registered, tickets are always issued but a receipt is not issued. However, by pressing BUFFER PRINT key, a post-receipt can be issued on the slip printer or by receipt. < Single Ticket & Combined Ticket >
There are two kinds of ticket items. Either single ticket or combined ticket can be programmed. When items which have been programmed as single tickets are registered, one ticket for each PLU registered is issued. When an item which has been programmed as a combined ticket is registered, only one ticket including all items registered is issued when the transaction is closed by a media key or NEW BAL. key. Note that once a combined ticket item is entered, the single ticket item cannot be entered.

a) Ticket Issue
Salad & steak: single ticket items Beer & wine: combined ticket items KEY ENTRY RECEIPT SALAD [5-LINE LOGO] STEAK JUL07/1997 BEER SALAD 5.00 WINE CASH 0001 #001A0001 19:14R CASHIER NAME 01 -------------------[5-LINE LOGO] STEAK JUL07/1997 10.00

Single ticket Logo is printed if programmed.

Consecutive ticket # is printed if programmed.

Single ticket

0002 #001A0001 19:14R CASHIER NAME 01 -------------------[5-LINE LOGO] JUL07/1997 BEER WINE 2.50 3.00
Combined ticket

0003 #001A0001 19:14R CASHIER NAME 01 -------------------POST-RECEIPT [5-LINE LOGO] JUL07/1997 BEER 2.50 WINE 3.00 SALAD 5.00 STEAK 10.00 CASH 20.50 #001A0001 19:14R CASHIER NAME 01

BUFFER PRINT 1

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b) Notes for Ticket
SINGLE TICKET OFF key
If SINGLE TICKET OFF key is pressed at the beginning of a transaction, the following registered ticket items will become combined ticket PLUs (only one ticket including all items is issued) for one transaction.

PLU with Link PLU
Link PLU is printed on the same ticket of the main PLU. The ticket setting for the link PLU belongs to the main PLU.
Programmed as : single ticket : single ticket or combined ticket : combined ticket : single ticket or combined ticket Ticket will be Single ticket including main PLU with link PLU Combined ticket including main PLU with link PLU

Main PLU Link PLU Main PLU Link PLU

Post-Receipt
The Post-Receipt is issued by pressing BUFFER PRINT key on the slip printer or by receipt.

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28. Cash Declaration
At the end of the day, confirm the cash in drawer amount using 'cash declaration'. A cash declaration receipt shows any discrepancies between the amount of cash that is supposed to be in the drawer and what is actually there is issued.

repeat for another / same TTL key

X or Z1/P

---

CASH enter actual -------amount in drawer TTL 5

TTL

------

HARD PLU 1

Even if the Cash Declaration is done at the Z1/P position, the CID amount is not reset.

Cash Declaration KEY ENTRY CASH/TTL5 3000 CASH H.PLU 1

DISPLAY Cd . 0 5 30.00 Cd 30.00

RECEIPT CASH TOTAL CID

30.00 30.00 30.00 .00

-- actual amount in drawer -- amount in CID memory -- difference

Note: Media multiplication is available for preset amount media keys.

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VI. TRAINING
Training mode is used for teaching ECR operations without affecting the memories of normal transactions, tracks and programming. In the training mode, reports can not be issued and ECRs can not initiate communication with other machines. However, except during a transaction, the memory of an ECR in the training mode can still be accessed by other ECRs in the IRC system. Entering the training mode The training message is displayed once and the REG lamp flashes continuously during the training. Entering the training mode automatically signs off the currently signed-on cashier.
X --CASHIER CASHIER --- enter secret training code ----ID ID

R

perform cashier sign-on to begin practice

Exiting the training mode Exiting the training mode automatically signs off the currently signed-on cashier.
X --SBTL

KEY ENTRY
Entering training mode Cashier Sign-On

DISPLAY

c-01 PL PL 15.00 2.50 17.50

STEAK BEER CASH

RECEIPT **** TRAINING **** STEAK 15.00 BEER 2.50 CASH 17.50 QUANTITY 2 **** TRAINING **** #001A0500 13:13R CASHIER NAME 01

SLIP
***** Served by STEAK BEER CASH TRAINING CASHIER NAME 01 ****

15.00 2.50 17.50 QUANTITY 2 ***** TRAINING **** 17OCT/1997#001A0500 13:13R CASHIER NAME 01

Notes for the training mode
- A programmable training message is printed on the journal, receipts, validations and slips. - The consecutive number is not incremented. - The training mode has its own track memory separate from the regular track memory. The memory is erased when exiting the training mode. - Training count, amount and training grand total (GX) are printed on the transaction reports (01 ~ 04). Training grand total, GX, is printed after grand totals G1 and G2. GX includes the amounts of all transactions done in the training mode, and is not resettable.

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VII. PRINT CONTENTS
1. Journal Print Contents
Either the normal journal contents or selective journal contents can be printed by programming.
Normal Journal Contents exactly the same way as the receipt contents are printed, the logo is printed if programmed Selective Journal Contents only the tax line and media closing lines are printed

Also, if programmed, the messages for power-off/-on times, initial reset times and cleared figures (with * symbols) can be printed on the journal.

2. Receipt / Slip Print Contents
Besides the transaction items, the following items are printed on the receipt and on the slip if programmed. However, even though the contents are equal, the format varies for the slip.
- 5-line receipt upper logo, 5-line slip upper logo - date (English month name: mmdd/yyyy or ddmm/yyyy, Numeric month name: mm/dd/yyyy or dd/mm/yyyy) - message (if entered) - PLU descriptor, PLU price - PLU supplementary message (printed above a PLU descriptor) - cooking message (printed under a PLU descriptor) - PLU code (printed in normal or double-width character) - PLU link group-A descriptor - amount due (printed in normal or double-width character) - tax data - item quantity - number of people (if entered) - last line: M/C #, cashier symbol, consecutive receipt # (normal/double-width character), time, control mode & cashier name

3. Post-Receipt
When the ECR is in the receipt-off condition and the ECR is not programmed for use with a slip printer, the last transaction's data can be printed by pressing BUFFER PRINT key after closing the transaction. If the ECR is programmed for use with a slip printer, the post-receipt is printed on the slip. Addition to Post-Receipt, Second Receipt is printed by BUFFER PRINT key if permitted by programming and when the ECR is not programmed for use with a slip printer.
PROGRAMMED AS Second Receipt permitted Second Receipt prohibited RECEIPT-ON one receipt + one second receipt by BP key * one receipt + no second receipt RECEIPT-OFF 1st post-receipt by BP key 2nd post-receipt by BP key * one post-receipt by BP key

* Second receipt message is printed under the date if programmed.

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VIII. REPORTS
REPORT SEQUENCE
Set the control key to X, Z1 or Z2 position and use the report sequence below; - 1st level for daily report : X (read only) position or Z1 (reset) position - 2nd level for periodic report : X (read only) position or Z2 (reset) position For Z report issue and report format, there are some programming restrictions. Refer to system function flags [SF-26~29].

FULL REPORT

X/Z

Report #

X

TTL 5

INDIVIDUAL REPORT
X/Z Report # X

for another • TTL 5

Required #

Cashier report: Enter the sequential cashier number (not secret cashier code).

SEQUENTIAL REPORT
X/Z Report # X Start # X End # TTL 5

PLU report: Enter PLU codes for the start and end numbers.

HOW TO ENTER Z1/Z2 REPORT SECRET CODE When 'Z report issued by control key and secret code' [SF-26.h] is programmed, before a report sequence is done, do the following operation; Set control key to the Z1 or Z2 position.
Z CASHIER ID Z1 or Z2 report secret code CASHIER ID

Issue the report using the sequence above.

Enter the codes programmed by PGM-131, 141.

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TRANSACTION REPORT Auto Full Transaction Full Transaction (X position only) Hourly Grand Total 1 Cash In Drawer Cashier Main Group-A Group-A per Main Group-A Group-A Group-A Stock Group-B PLU PLU Stock Non-Active PLU (X position only) Menu 1 PLU (X position only) Menu 2 PLU (X position only) Menu 3 PLU (X position only) Group-A PLU Group-B PLU Track Total (X position only) Track (set [SF-29.a] for Z report)

REPORT # REPORT SEQUENCE 1st level 2nd level Full Individual Sequential (X / Z1) (X / Z2) 1 2 o 3 4 o 5 6 o --7 o 8 --o 10 11 o o 20 21 o 22 23 o o* 25 26 o o* --27 o 30 31 o o* 40 41 o o* o --42 o o* o 43 44 o 50 51 o 52 53 o 54 55 o 56 57 o o* 58 59 o o* 60 --o o o --62 o o * Individual Z report is permitted by [SF-26.c=1].

Set the control key to X position for all program dumps except for cashier dump.
PROGRAM DUMP Full Program Main Group-A Group-A Group-B Key Layout Function (refer to next page for individual report) Ruler for cheque printed on slip if [SF-57.d=1] Key & Symbol Name Tax PLU Cashier (Z2 position) Menu Layout REPORT # 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 REPORT SEQUENCE Individual Sequential

Full o o o o o o o o o o o

o

o

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Required # for Individual Function Program Dump (X-85)
# 1 2 3 4 5 10 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 40 41 Report Contents system function flag media amount, foreign currency exchange rate, Euro currency exchange rate number of programmed PLUs, PLU modifier value terminal address slip printer ID number cashier name % rate discount amount plus amount adjustment rate cheque-cashing/currency exchange rate PLU sales commission rate PLU stock rate, stock unit name arrangement key sequence cheque printing data

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IRC REPORT SEQUENCE
Collecting Transaction Data from Slaves
There are two kinds of IRC reports issued by the master ECR; One is a consolidated report for all ECR's sales data and the other is an individual report, by designating the slave ECR by using the sequence below; Set the control key to X, Z1 or Z2 position. - 1st level for daily report : X (read only) position or Z1 (reset) position - 2nd level for periodic report : X (read only) position or Z2 (reset) position CONSOLIDATED (ALL ECRs) REPORT
X/Z Report # X TTL 5

INDIVIDUAL (PER ECR) REPORT
X/Z Report # X Slave ECR machine # TTL 5

IRC REPORT Auto Full Transaction Hourly Main Group-A Group-A Stock Group-B PLU PLU Stock Track *

REPORT # 1st level 2nd level (X / Z1) (X / Z2) 8801 8802 8805 8806 8820 8821 --8827 8830 8831 8840 8841 --8842 8862 ---

REPORT SEQUENCE All ECRs Per ECR consolidated individual o o o o o o o o o o o o o o * o

Note

Note

Consolidated report is not available for track report. However, if PC communication module TENSAI/Tensai 2000 is used as an IRC master, you can take individual report from all ECRs at one time. In order to have the consolidated report data, add the individual report data together on PC.

Note: Consolidated Z report: the stock of slave ECRs is added to master ECR's stock memory and cleared to zero. Individual Z report: cleared. the stock of designated slave ECR is not added to master ECR's stock memory but it is

Both reports do not clear master ECR's stock memory. Issue Z-27/42 reports on the master to clear.

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The master ECR can collect the slave ECR's sales data only when the slave ECR is in an idle condition (no other communication, no transaction). When the slave ECR is transmitting sales data to the master, the display shows "> IRC COMM" and ECR locks until IRC communication stops. The following IRC reports are printed on the master and slave ECRs respectively. 'IRC Z report printed or not printed' [SF-29.b] can be programmed also.
Master prints a consolidated report a designated slave's report own report and a consolidated report with IRC status own confirmation report and a consolidated report with IRC status a designated slave's report with IRC status a designated slave's report with IRC status Slave prints a confirmation report on journal only a confirmation report on journal only own report a confirmation report on journal only own report a confirmation report on journal only

Consolidated X-report Individual X-report Consolidated Z-report Individual Z-report printed [b=0] not printed [b=1] printed [b=0] not printed [b=1]

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TRANSACTION REPORT SAMPLES
AUTO FULL TRANSACTION (01, 02)
Consists of three separate reports, Group-A (25, 26), Full Cashier (10, 11) and Full Transaction (03, 04). Refer to each report for details. Depending on programming, issuing the Z-01 or Z-02 report will reset to zero any of the following data on each report where the data appears: "Cash in Drawer", "Cashier Memory", "Consecutive Receipt/Ticket Number" and "X Report Count".

FULL TRANSACTION (03, 04)
X-03 SALES TTL 1 F.C. MEDIA .95 10 CASH 140.03 TOTAL 157.53 DRAWER TTL 1 CHEQUE 17.50 1 F.C. MEDIA 10.5425* .95 9 1 EURO 0.15128* 13.15 1.99 10 CASH 140.03 TOTAL 157.53 < .05 > A TXSL1 55.62 TXSL2 18.75 TOTAL 74.37 TAX 1 1.11 TAX 2 .75 TOTAL 1.86 V TXSL3 17.48 TOTAL 31.36 TAX 3 .52 TOTAL .64 % 1 1 .60 : 2 TRAINING 16.87 NSALE 3 PERSN 3 TRCNT 11 TIP 8.00 CID 140.03 2 N.B 12.25 1 PB.P 5.76 Net-charge 6.45 G1:0000000000183.37 G2:0000000000183.37 GX:0000000000016.87 X-0007 #001A0154 19:20X CASHIER NAME 01 Media Amount in Sales media count media amount

Media Amount in Drawer

foreign currency exchange rate, calculated local currency media amount media amount in foreign currency Euro currency rate and local amount Euro amount (Euro media print format is the same as the foreign currency media except the FC mark.)

rounding error Symbol A for tax calculated by Add-on Tax method taxable subtotal amount total taxable subtotal tax amount total tax amount Symbol V for tax calculated by VAT method

% count, amount count, amount of : discount, plus, adjustments, P/O, R/A, void, refund, cheque cashing/currency exchange training count, amount no sale count number of people transaction count tip amount cash in drawer amount new balance count, amount previous balance (+) count, amount net-charge grand total 1 grand total 2 training grand total X-report count machine #, cashier symbol, consecutive #, time & mode cashier name

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Media Amount in Sales Amount sold in each media. This amount does not include no sale transactions (P/O, R/A, cheque-cashing, etc.) and results of rounding. Media Amount in Drawer Actual amount in drawer. This amount includes no sale transactions (P/O, R/A, cheque-cashing, etc.) and results of rounding. When no sale transactions are done, the amounts will be added to the memory, but the media count will not be changed. Differences between media amount in sales and media amount in drawer arise when payment is in one media and change is in another or as a result of rounding. For example : Customer gives a 100.00 cheque for a 60.00 charge. Change is 40.00 in cash.

Then, media amount in sales adds 60.00 to cheque memory. Media amount in drawer adds 100.00 to cheque memory and subtracts 40.00 from cash memory. Foreign Currency Media Amount in Drawer When a media has been used for a foreign currency, the media in drawer memory stores the foreign currency value. The printed local currency amount is temporarily calculated by the memorized foreign currency value. The difference between the actual sales amount and the calculated local currency amount arises because of the difference when calculating back and forth for a currency exchange rate. This difference is printed under the total amount, within brackets < >. For example, when a sales amount of 1.00 (decimal point is disregarded on calculation) is closed by a F.C. MEDIA key which has a preset exchange rate of 10.5425*, 1. Foreign currency is calculated by dividing the due amount 1.00, in local currency, by the exchange rate 10.5425. Local Currency to Foreign Currency : LC / exchange rate = 100 / 10.5425 = 9.4854... = rounded to 9 (printed on the receipt) At the same time, the FC amount 9 is converted to LC amount 95 (9 x 10.5425) and the difference .05 between the actual sales 1.00 and the calculated LC amount .95 is stored in the rounding error (difference) memory and will be printed within brackets < > on the sales report. 2. The printed local currency amount .95 on the report is calculated from the memorized foreign currency 9. FC x exchange rate = 9 x 10.5425 = 94.8825 = rounded to 95
* This exchange rate is calculated by "LC / FC". The calculation method "FC / LC" is also available depending on programming.

Tax Printed if programmed. When using the VAT system, the taxable subtotal can be programmed to include or not to include tax. When using the add-on tax system, the taxable subtotal does not include tax. If programmed, adjustment, %, plus and discount calculations will affect each taxable subtotal. Tip Total amount of all cashier' tips. If programmed, tip will also be added to a media memory. Cash in Drawer Amount Total of the media in drawer amounts that are programmed to be added to CID.

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New Balance The amount closed by NEW BAL. key and PB+/PB- operations. Includes tax and percentage calculations if tax and percentage are calculated on closing by NEW BAL. key. This amount does not reset to zero after the track or PB+/PB- operation is closed by a media key. Previous Balance Plus The count is the total number of times that a track was opened when the previous balance was either zero or positive and a PB+ was entered. The amount is the accumulation of positive previous balances that were picked up when a track was opened and an amount was entered by PB+ operations. Previous Balance Minus The count is the total number of times that a track was opened when the previous balance was negative and a PB- was entered. The amount is the accumulation of negative previous balances that were picked up when a track was opened and an amount was entered by PB- operations. Net Charge Net charge shows the total amount of all non-closed transactions. It is calculated from the new balance and the previous balances. Grand Total Grand Total 1 can be reset by issuing the Z-07 report. Grand Total 2 is the accumulated grand total. Grand Total X is the grand total of training transactions. Neither Grand Total 2 nor Training Grand Total can be reset. If programmed, grand total is calculated as: each sales-type 1 ~ 4 PLU amount, % amount, plus amount, discount amount and tax amount. Report Count There are three kinds of report counts: X (read only), Z1 (1st level and reset) and Z2 (2nd level and reset). Each Z count will be increased only when a Z-01/Z-02 report is issued or when any Z report is issued, depending on programming.

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HOURLY (05, 06)
X-05 14:00 11 15:00 6 16:00 8 TOTAL 50.55 15.20 22.25 88.00 total amount time period sales quantity, amount

Hourly data is recorded in one of two ways, depending on programming: 1. Number of registrations and net amount. Each item registered -- even if it includes multiplication -- increases the count by 1. The net amount includes VAT tax, "%, amount (+)/(-) calculations on items" but does not include add-on tax amount, adjustment amount, "%, amount (+)/(-) calculations on subtotal". 2. Number of transactions and gross amount. Each time a transaction is closed by a media key, the count is increased by 1. The gross amount includes VAT tax, add-on tax, adjustment amount, "%, amount (+)/(-) calculations on both items and subtotal".

GRAND TOTAL 1 (07)
Max. 14 digits of grand total can be printed. However, "0" is filled on the left side so as to cover up to 15 digits on the report. Grand Total 1 can be reset by issuing the Z-07 report. If programmed, grand total is calculated as: each sales-type 1 ~ 4 PLU amount, % amount, plus amount, discount amount and tax amount.
X-07 G1:0000000000183.37

CASH IN DRAWER (08)
Total of the media in drawer amounts is printed if media are programmed to be added to CID memory.
X-08 CID 140.03

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CASHIER (10, 11) 1st level
X-10 C01 CASHIER NAME 01 4 30.80 S1 0 % 16.00 S2 5 % .00 S3 10 % 10.00 S4 15 % .00 TOTAL 10.00 CM 1.00 TIP 5.00 1 VOID 3.00 1 REFND 2.00 NSALE 1 CLEAR 1 CORRECTION 1 PERSN 2 CIH 30.80 -------------------ALTTL 30.80 S1 16.00 S2 .00 S3 10.00 S4 .00 ALTTL 10.00 VOID 3.00 REFND 2.00 -------------------sequential cashier number, cashier name transaction count, amount sales-type 1 PLU commission rate, amount --- always printed sales-type 2 PLU commission rate, amount --- always printed sales-type 3 PLU commission rate, amount --- always printed sales-type 4 PLU commission rate, amount --- always printed total amount --- each sales-type 1 ~ 4 PLUs added if programmed total amount of commission total amount of tip void count, amount refund count, amount no sale count clear count correction count number of people cash in hand total transaction amount all cashier's total amount of sales-type 1 PLU all cashier's total amount of sales-type 2 PLU all cashier's total amount of sales-type 3 PLU all cashier's total amount of sales-type 4 PLU all cashier's total amount --- each sales-type 1 ~ 4 PLUs added if programmed void amount refund amount

2nd level
X-11 C01 CASHIER NAME 01 4 30.80 CM 1.00 TIP 5.00 PERSN 2 -------------------sequential cashier number, cashier name transaction count, amount total amount of commission total amount of tip number of people

Note: On the full report, some data with value of "0" will be skipped. On individual reports, all data (whether "0" valued or not) is printed.

Sales-Type 1 ~ 4 PLU Amount All PLUs are categorized by sales-type 1 ~ 4. With a four-type cashier memory, the sales amounts of type-1 ~ 4 PLUs are listed separately from each cashier's transaction amount. The sales-type 1 ~ 4 PLU amounts include or do not include the discount, plus and % amount on item depending on programming. These amounts on subtotal and adjustment amount are always not included in the sales-type 1 ~ 4 PLU amounts. Also, when using the VAT system, the PLU amount can be programmed to include tax or not include. When using the add-on tax system, the PLU amount does not include tax.

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Total Amount of Commission Commission amount is calculated by the sales-type (1 ~ 4) of each PLU by four respective commission rates. Only the total amount will be printed on the report. The ECR does not have 1st level memory for commission. On the 1st level report, the commission is calculated by each sales-type when the report is issued. When the Z-report of 1st level cashier is issued, the commission is accumulated in the 2nd level. On the 2nd level report, the commission is calculated from the temporary 1st level amount plus the 2nd level memory amount. Cash In Hand Amount The cash in hand amount means the amount that the cashier actually received by a media key. This includes the paid out and received on account operations which are done using a media.

MAIN GROUP-A (20, 21)
This report shows the ten main group-A's which are used to monitor sales of all drinks, all snacks, all daily goods, etc. Each main group-A consists of linked group-A's.
X-20 17 MAIN GP-01 16.85 32.692% : TOTAL 119.15 main group-A quantity, descriptor main group-A amount sales % (printed if programmed) total amount

Main Group-A Quantity The quantity is calculated either by the actual quantity or by the number of registrations, depending on programming. Sales % Depending on programming, each group's % of total sales is calculated either by quantity of items sold or by sales amount. A positive sales % is calculated from the total positive sales and a negative sales % is calculated from the total negative sales.

GROUP-A PER MAIN GROUP-A (22, 23)
This report shows the linked group-A's per main group-A.
X-22 MG01 MAIN GP-01 17 GROUP-A-01 16.85 100 % TOTAL 16.85 -------------------: ALTTL 119.15 Each Main Group-A main group-A number, descriptor linked group-A quantity, descriptor linked group-A amount sales % per main group-A (printed if programmed) total amount per main group-A

total amount of all main group-A's

Linked Group-A Quantity The quantity is calculated either by the actual quantity or by the number of registrations, depending on programming.

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GROUP-A (25, 26) / GROUP-B (30, 31)
X-25 17 GROUP-A-01 16.85 MAIN GP-01 32.692% : TOTAL 119.15 Each Group group quantity, descriptor group amount link main group-A descriptor (only for group-A) sales % (printed if programmed) total amount of all group's

Group-A or B Quantity The quantity is calculated either by the actual quantity or by the number of registrations, depending on programming. Only for the group-A quantity, it is calculated either by item quantity or by calculated quantity using a stock rate. Group-A or B Amount Group-A/B amount is calculated as: total PLU amount linked to each group-A/B %, (+), (-) amount on item (if programmed) + ) VAT tax amount

GROUP-A STOCK (27)
This report shows the total stock of PLUs which are linked to group-A. Depending on programming, the stock is calculated either by item quantity or calculated quantity using stock rate.
X-27 GROUP-A-01 15.5 GROUP-A-02 7.5 : group-A descriptor total stock of PLUs linked to group-A (even if the stock is calculated by a stock rate, stock unit name is not printed)

PLU (40, 41)
X-40 P-------------1# PLU-NAME 0001 GROUP-A-01 16.00 .85 ----------------17 16.85 17.0 kg : TOTAL 119.15 Each PLU PLU code PLU descriptor link group-A descriptor 1st price PLU quantity, amount 2nd price PLU quantity, amount total of 1st & 2nd prices PLU quantity, amount sales quantity calculated by stock rate (printed if PLU has a stock rate, stock unit name is printed if programmed) all PLUs' total amount

PLU Amount PLU amounts include or do not include the discount, plus and % amounts on item, depending on programming. These amounts on subtotal and adjustment amounts are never included in the PLU amounts. Sales Quantity Calculated by Stock Rate This quantity is calculated by each PLU's stock rate. If the stock rate is "1", the sales quantity will be incremented by the quantity sold. For example, if the stock rate is "0.2 (litter)" and the sold quantity is 3, the sales quantity will be 0.6 (litter). The stock unit name is printed if programmed.

PLU STOCK (42)

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This report shows the stocks of PLU that remain. Depending on programming, the stock is calculated either by item quantity or calculated quantity using stock rate.
X-42 P-------------1# PLU-NAME 0001 17.0 kg : PLU code PLU descriptor stock (calculated by item quantity or by stock rate, stock unit name is printed if programmed)

NON-ACTIVE PLU (43, 44)
This report shows PLU items (PLU code and descriptor) that have not been sold.

MENU 1 ~ 3 PLU (50 ~ 55)
These reports show sales data for PLU assigned to each menu on the keyboard. The report contents are the same as PLU report.

GROUP-A PLU (56, 57) / GROUP-B PLU (58, 59)
This report shows the consolidated PLU sales data of items which are linked to a group-A or a group-B. The report contents are almost the same as PLU report.
X-56 GA01 GROUP-A-01 P-------------1# PLU-NAME 0001 16.00 .85 ----------------17 16.85 17.0 kg 100 % TOTAL 16.85 -------------------: ALTTL 119.15 Each Group group descriptor PLU code (linked to group-A or -B) PLU descriptor 1st price PLU quantity, amount 2nd price PLU quantity, amount total of 1st & 2nd prices PLU quantity, amount sales quantity calculated by stock rate (printed if programmed) sales % per group (printed if programmed) total amount per group

all group's total amount

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TRACK TOTAL (60)
Shows the total balance amount of all tracks that have been closed by NEW BAL. key. When tracks are closed by a media key, the data is updated by subtracting the track amounts from the total.
X-60 TOTAL 2 number of tracks, total balance due

12.00

TRACK (62)
Shows each track amount that has been closed by NEW BAL. key.
X-62 < 5> < 6> TOTAL 5.00 7.00 12.00 Each Track < track number >, balance due All Track's Total total balance due

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IX. WARNING MESSAGES
The messages are displayed showing on abbreviation followed by a warning number.
xx xx xx xx SYSTEM ERROR INPUT DATA ERROR INPUT COMPULSORY PAPER CONDITION xx xx xx UNALLOABLE OPERATION LIMIT ERROR COMMUICATION ERROR

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System error: Perform the initial reset operation. If it does not work, turn the power off and contact your distributor. Printer error: Turn the power off and then back on or check the printer. If "printer with automatic cutter [SF-10.h=1] has been set on ECR which has the manual cutter specification, this message is displayed. Perform the initial reset operation, then set 0 to [SF-10.h]. Input figure over limitation: Press CL key. (PLU HALO can be omitted temporarily by using HALO RELEASE key) Cashier is not signed on. Item or media validation is compulsory: Print item or media validation by MISC. VALID key. (can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key) Total validation is compulsory: Print total validation by TTL. VALID key. (can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key) Validation paper has not been inserted. (displayed when the optional validation sensor has been installed) Validation paper has not been removed. (displayed when the optional validation sensor has been installed) Message input is compulsory. (can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key) not used

02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15

Number of persons input is compulsory. (can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key) SBTL key depression is compulsory before tendered amount input. (can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key) Tax table is not preset: Enter a tax amount manually. Preset tax table. Tendered amount input is compulsory. (can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key) Drawer is open. (displayed when the optional drawer open sensor has been installed) Cash declaration is compulsory.

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(can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key)

16 17 18 19 20 21 22~27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40,41 42 43~62

Registration buffer is almost full: Only a few more items can be entered. Prepare to close the transaction. PLU stock is zero or negative: Enter stock by programming. Displays only if programmed. (can be omitted temporarily by using HALO RELEASE key) Journal paper near end: Replace with new paper roll. (can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key) Program loader module (PC) communication error / ECR to ECR RAM data transfer error: Check the cable connection. Refer to the INTERFACES & PERIPHERALS MANUAL for details. Cashier insert key is removed: Insert previously removed cashier insert key. Slip printer is busy: Press CL key and wait for the printer to be available. Press 'PRINT' on the printer to proceed with the slip. not used Simple condiment PLU entry prohibited: Enter Main PLU first. Simple condiment PLU entry compulsory. (can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key) PLU memory error. Refer to "Warning Messages" section of programming manual. not used Slip paper has not been inserted. Registration buffer is full: Close the transaction by a media key or TRACK/NEW BAL. key. Track memory is full: Close the temporarily closed tracks by a media key. New balance closing is compulsory. (can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key) New balance closing is prohibited. Track number input is compulsory. (can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key) not used Cooking message input is compulsory. (can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key) not used Slip print is compulsory. (can be omitted temporarily by using OFF COMPULSORY key) not used

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Preparations for Euro conversion are not completed. ([SF-13.e=1], PGM-397, PGM-101) Entered numbers for Euro conversion sequence is not correct.

not used IRC line (RS485) is busy. Kitchen printer 1 error Kitchen printer 2 error Kitchen printer 3 error Kitchen printer 4 error Slip printer error
Confirm the setting of the printers. Refer to the INTERFACES & PERIPHERALS MANUAL for details.

MISCELLANEOUS MESSAGES
---- ir -----Pc comm--Pc com Error -- Pc- in --- Pc-out --

Initial reset operation is accepted. In PC batch communication PC batch communication error Transferring ECR RAM data to another ECR or peripheral Receiving ECR RAM data from another ECR or peripheral

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IRC MESSAGES
Following messages are displayed on the master ECR or the slave ECRs in the IRC communication. xxP-8800 xxxP-#### nn xxx X -## nn -irc comm-nn --irc BUSY-xxx Z1-## E1 xxx Z1-## E2 Displayed on master ECR when master ECR is performing the IRC status check operation. (xx: a slave ECR ID number) Displayed on master ECR when master ECR is downloading a program data. (xxx: a slave ECR number, ####: program number, nn: block number) Displayed on master ECR when master ECR is collecting X/Z-report. (xxx: a slave ECR number, ##: report number, nn: block number) Displayed when a slave ECR is in IRC communication. (nn : receiving or transmitting block number) Displayed on master ECR when a slave ECR is in IRC communication or when the communication line is being used by another ECR for slip printer transmission, etc. Displayed on master ECR when the slave ECR (xxx) is processing a transaction or when a transaction is closed but some compulsory conditions still remain (e.g. slip print compulsory) while the master is taking IRC Z-report. Displayed on master ECR when the power is 'off' or the cable being disconnected on the slave ECR (xxx) while the master is taking IRC Z-report.

POWER OFF / BUSY / COMMUNICATION ERROR AT SLAVE ECR For an X-report data, the master ECR prints consolidated X report skipping power off or busy slave ECR. See the IRC status which is printed at the end of the report for non-consolidated slave ECRs. When collecting a Z-report data and one or more of the slave ECRs are not ready, the master ECR displays the slave ECR status as shown above (IRC busy, E1, E2). Re-attempt to collect the slave's report or skip it. TTL 5 key for re-attempt CL key for skip In order to include an ECR's data on the Z-report, close the transaction in process in that particular slave, or turn its power on and then press TTL 5 key on the master ECR. If you do not wish an ECR's data on the report, press the CL key and the master will skip that slave ECR. Master resumes data collection for the next ECR in the system.

POWER OFF AT MASTER ECR If the power fails when collecting X-report data, the master prints consolidated X report when the power returns. See the IRC status which is printed at the end of the report for non-consolidated slave ECRs. If the power fails when collecting Z-report data, the master ECR displays the machine number of the slave ECR when the power returns. Press CL key to skip or press TTL 5 key to re-attempt.

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