Part No.

OSS-DOC98OP-A

Model RS2810
Retail System Terminal

Operation Manual
( ASIA Pacific Version )

Important Information

February 1999

NOTICE Omron Corporation reserves the right to make changes to equipment and specifications without obligation or notification. Some equipment nomenclature and abbreviations used herein may differ from that contained in other Omron publications. This publication, or parts thereof, may not be reproduced in any form without prior written permission of Omron Corporation. Unauthorized use or distribution of this publication is prohibited. WARNING This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense. This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications. Le présent appareil numérique n'émet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareil numériques de la Class A prescrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicté par le ministère des Communications du Canada.

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Table of Contents

Contents
1. 1.1 1.2 2. INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................................................6 MANUAL OVERVIEW.................................................................................................................................. 6 KEY GLOSSARY........................................................................................................................................... 9 HARDWARE................................................................................................................................................... 11

2.1 DISPLAY/SYMBOLS/CAPTIONS ............................................................................................................... 11 2.2 POWER ........................................................................................................................................................ 12 2.3 MODE LOCK ............................................................................................................................................... 12 2.3.1 Off Mode .............................................................................................................................................. 12 2.3.2 Register Mode....................................................................................................................................... 12 2.3.3 X-Mode ................................................................................................................................................ 12 2.3.4 Z-Mode................................................................................................................................................. 12 2.3.5 P-Mode ................................................................................................................................................. 12 2.4 CASH DRAWER LOCK............................................................................................................................... 13 3. OPERATING PROCEDURE......................................................................................................................... 14

3.1 OVERVIEW ................................................................................................................................................. 14 3.2 SIGN-ON...................................................................................................................................................... 14 3.3 SIGN-OFF .................................................................................................................................................... 14 3.4 CLERK ENTRY ................................................................................................................................................ 14 3.5 DEPARTMENT ENTRIES ........................................................................................................................... 15 3.5.1 Open Departments ................................................................................................................................ 15 3.5.2 HALO/LALO Release .......................................................................................................................... 15 3.5.3 Single Item Cash Department ............................................................................................................... 15 3.6 PRICE LOOK-UPS (PLUS ) .......................................................................................................................... 16 3.6.1 Normal PLU ........................................................................................................................................ 16 3.6.2 One-Shot PLU (OSP) ............................................................................................................................ 17 3.6.3 Single Item Cash PLU........................................................................................................................... 17 3.6.4 Price Reference ..................................................................................................................................... 18 3.7 SD (SUB-DEPARTMENT) REGISTRATION ............................................................................................... 18 3.7.1 Normal SD........................................................................................................................................... 18 3.7.2 HALO/LALO Release .......................................................................................................................... 18 3.7.3 Single Item Cash SD.......................................................................................................................... 19 3.8 CORRECTIONS ........................................................................................................................................... 20 3.8.1 Clear..................................................................................................................................................... 20 3.8.2 Error Correct ........................................................................................................................................ 20 3.8.3 Void...................................................................................................................................................... 21 3.8.4 Refund .................................................................................................................................................. 21 3.9 DISCOUNT / SURCHARGE......................................................................................................................... 21 3.9.1 Item % Discount ................................................................................................................................... 21 3.9.2 Item Amount Discount.......................................................................................................................... 22 3.9.3 Item % Surcharge ................................................................................................................................. 22 3.9.4 Subtotal % Discount.............................................................................................................................. 22 3.9.5 Subtotal % Surcharge............................................................................................................................ 23 3.10 PAYMENT ............................................................................................................................................... 24 3.10.1 Cash ................................................................................................................................................. 24 3.10.2 Miscellaneous Media (MISC)............................................................................................................ 25 3.10.3 Foreign Currency.............................................................................................................................. 25 3.11 PRINTING FUNCTION ................................................................................................................................... 26 3.11.1 Stub Receipt...................................................................................................................................... 26 3.11.2 Receipt Issue..................................................................................................................................... 26 3.11.3 Validation......................................................................................................................................... 27 3.11.4 VAT (Value Added Tax) Print.......................................................................................................... 27 3.12 TILL OPERATION......................................................................................................................................... 27 3.12.1 No Sale............................................................................................................................................. 27 3.12.2 Paid Out (P/O) .................................................................................................................................. 28 3.12.3 Received-On-Account ....................................................................................................................... 28

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.............3 CASHIER PROGRAMMING (X-MODE) ...........................17........................... 56 5..........6...................1 Clerk Name Setting.... 55 5.................................... 34 4............. 64 RIBBON CASSETTE ............................................................................ 48 5.............1 7....5...Table of Contents 3.........................................5 Department Report............................................................. 29 AMOUNT DUE DISPLAY.. 44 5........................................4 One-Shot PLU Programming ............................. 60 5............................................................................15 3...................................................................................2...................................................................................................................4 CLERK PROGRAMMING ..2 Department Status...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................2......................... 61 5....................................... 36 4........3.................................................. 50 5..............1 3....................................... 37 4....................7 PLU by Department Report .........................3 Clerk Report ............................. 31 Purchase and Payment ...........................................................1 Alpha-Numeric Descriptors for PLUs......................... 32 USER’S PROGRAMMING ...........................................................................................................................2 R/J PRINTER CONTROL SET (X-MODE) .......13 3..........16..............................................1 DATE/TIME SETTING (X-MODE) .................................................................................................... 38 4..........................................................................4................... February 1999 TIME DISPLAY ....................... 30 ARS Customer Number ..........................................................9 Period-To-Date Terminal Report................................................................ 33 4.................3..................................................................... 39 5.........................................................INSTALLATION AND REPLACEMENT........................ 30 Normal Amount Due Display.. 62 6............. 35 4..................................................................................................................................................... 36 4............................ 6...........................14 3............................................................................2.........................................................1....................................................3 Cashier / Clerk Data Read.................................. 32 House Received on Account . 64 CONSUMABLES ................4 4..............................2....................................................................................... 37 4................. 34 4.............1 Date Setting ................................2 Cashier Report ... 34 4..................... 38 4...................................................................................6.........................................16 3.................................................................................2...................5................................................. 52 5..............3 Activation and De-Activation of PLUs ................................................................................... 7.......................................................................................................... 54 5................................................17..................... 42 5................................................................ 30 Foreign Currency ........................................................................................... 53 5................................................. 39 4.............................1 Alpha-Numeric Descriptors for Departments........2....................................................................................... 30 ACCOUNT RECEIVABLE SYSTEM (ARS) ..........6 PLU PROGRAMMING (P-MODE).....................1 Cashier Code / ID Programming ...............6 PLU Range Report ............ 63 PRINTER SUPPLIES & MAINTENANCE ............................... 59 5....................2 Cashier Name Programming .............................................16.........................1 7...............6................3........................10 Period-to-Date Department Report .......................14 VAT Report.....................................................15 ARS Customer Balance Report ......................................1.......................... 36 4.........17.....................................................................................17 3.......... 35 4.......................... 34 4....................................................................................2......2............................................................................ 29 NON ADD ...1 Terminal Report..5 DEPARTMENT PROGRAMMING (P-MODE) ................................................................................... 43 5.....................12 PLU / SD Stock Report ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................4....................................................................................3 3.............................................. 50 5.................................................... 35 4..........................................................................................17................ 33 4...................................................................................................................................................................................................6..........8 Hourly Productivity Report.......... 33 4....... 42 5................................... 58 5..............................................11 Period-to-Date PLU/SD Report ........... 33 4.................................................................1 3..2 3...2.2 PLU Status..5 PLU Program Read ......................................................................................... 57 5.......2..................................................................... 32 Subtotal Display......................................................................................................................... REPORTS AND BALANCING INFORMATION .......................................................2........................... 33 4...................................2 3................................................................................................2................................1 GENERAL........................ 37 4.....................................................................................................................2.................................................................2 Time Setting ....................2 MANAGER MODE ASSISTANCE...................................................13 Department Individual Counter Report .................. 64 Page 4 Model RS2810 Operation Manual .....3 Department Program Read ...................................................................................................... 28 CASH DECLARATION .........................................................................................Amount Due Display ......................4 Cash-In-Drawer Report.......................2..................................................................6.......................................................................................................................................2 Clerk Status Setting .............................................................................................2 REPORTS.............................2........ 63 GENERAL...................................................5....................................................

...........................................3 RECEIPT AND JOURNAL PAPER INSTALLATION............................................................................................................1 Ink Replenishment ....................................................... 65 7...................................... 67 ALPHA-NUMERIC KEYBOARD ............2 Remounting .......1 Precautions ........................... 67 ALPHA-NUMERIC CODES........................................................................... 66 8..........February 1999 Table of Contents 7....... 64 7...........................................................................3....................................................................................................................................................................... 66 7..... 8.............................................................4.....................3 Journal Roll Take-Up..............................................2 ALPHA-NUMERIC CHARACTER PROGRAMMING ..............................................1 8.....................................................................................4.........................................2 Paper Roll Installation....................................................................................3..........................................................................3............ 70 Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 5 .............4 ELECTRO (STAMP) ........... 64 7....... 65 7.. 65 7..............................................................

INTRODUCTION 1. 11. 3. 2. Page 6 Model RS2810 Operation Manual . They are: 1. 10. 6.Introduction February 1999 1. The manual is divided into 11 sections. All transaction procedures are discussed in detail with examples.1 MANUAL OVERVIEW The purpose of this manual is to provide the operator/manager with a complete understanding of all operations utilized on the Terminal. Alpha-Numeric Key Layout. 8. 5. 4. 9. Standard RS2810 Keyboard. 7. Introduction Hardware Clerk Operations Operation Procedures Users Programming Reports and Balancing Information Manager Mode Assistance (X-Mode) Printer Maintenance Alpha-Numeric Character Codes Abbreviated Key Sequences Specifications Figure 1-1: Figure 1-2: Figure 1-3 Model RS2810 Terminal.

Dept 35 Dept 34 Dept 33 Dept 32 Dept 31 Dept 6 Dept 5 Dept 4 Dept 3 Dept 2 Dept 1 Dept 12 Dept 11 Dept 10 Dept 9 Dept 8 Dept 7 R/A % + Misc 4 Misc 3 Misc 2 Misc 1 MII Misc 6 Misc 5 Sub Total Full (APL) Keyboard Layout CASH Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 7 . Standard (APL) Keyboard Layout MII CASH Rcpt Jrnl Feed Feed RFND VOID Cash X/Z VLD NS/# VAT ier EC P/O R/A PBAL % Dept Dept 18 24 Dept Dept 17 23 Dept Dept 16 22 Dept Dept 15 21 Dept Dept 14 20 Dept Dept 13 19 Dept 30 Dept 29 Dept 28 Dept 27 Dept 26 Dept 25 CLR PLU 7 4 1 0 8 5 2 00 X 9 6 3 .February 1999 Introduction Figure 1-1.P/O RFND 1 Misc Misc Void 2 4 Misc Sub EC 3 Total %+ Misc VAT Figure 1-2. Dept 5 Dept 4 Dept 3 Dept 2 Dept 1 Dept 10 Dept 9 Dept 8 Dept 7 Dept 6 Dept 15 Dept 14 Dept 13 Dept 12 Dept 11 Dept 20 Dept 19 Dept 18 Dept 17 Dept 16 %. Model RS2810 Terminal Rcpt Jrnl Feed Feed Cash X/Z VLD NS/# R/A ier CLR PLU 7 4 1 0 8 5 2 00 X 9 6 3 .

it is necessary to press the CASH (Double/Single) key each time a change of size is required. The CASH (Double/Single) key is used to enter double-size alpha-numeric characters when using the Alpha-Numeric keys for descriptor programming. Page 8 Model RS2810 Operation Manual . 2. l 0 ) V W X Y Z DOUBLE/SINGLE Figure 1-3. 3. This should be noted when using double-size characters in descriptors and messages because it will reduce the number of characters that can be used.Introduction February 1999 X/Z ( CLR @/FOR ERRCOR ) 20 25 = DISC XMPT 5 10 15 CLR 7 @ 8 A 9 B 4 C 9 D 14 E 19 F 24 * MISC2 + MISC3 7 4 8 5 9 6 G 3 H 8 I 13 J 18 K 23 # MISC1 / FS/EX 4 1 5 2 6 3 L 2 M 7 N 12 O 17 P 22 & SPACE Subtotal 1 0 2 00 3 Q DEPTI R 6 S 11 T 16 U 21 . One double-size character has twice the width of a single-size character. BACK SPACE CASH . To enter combination of single and double-size alpha-numeric characters within a descriptor. Model RS2810 Alpha-Numeric Key Layout Notes: 1.

Used to enter an amount reduction on an item. Used to enter manual item and subtotal discounts. Table 1-1. Used to record a payment out of the cash drawer. and fractions of quantity. Used to sign on/off cashier. Used to record an entry into a specific department. Used to record a payment of miscellaneous media. Used to correct the last entry recorded. Used to advance the receipt tape. Used to register a transaction using foreign currency as the payment media. Used to clear partial entries and error conditions. Used to enter numeric data. Used to record the refund of a specific item. Used to terminate an Account Receivable System (ARS) transaction. Used to advance the Journal tape. Credit Card or Gift Certificate. Used to display and print the amount due. Used to register a percentage surcharge.2 KEY GLOSSARY A concise keyboard glossary that defines the keys used and their keytop abbreviations is provided in Table 1-1 for fast. Page 9 . Keyboard Glossary. (Check. Used to enter a customer number for an Account Receivable System (ARS) transaction. Used to perform Receipt/ Journal validations onto a document.February 1999 Introduction 1. DEPT 00 ERR CORR FC JRNL FEED HOUSE CHRG AMT MINUS MISC X NS/# 0…9 P/O PBAL %%+ PLU RCPT FEED R/A RFND SUB TOTAL VLD Model RS2810 Operation Manual . efficient reference purposes. Function Cash Cashier Cash Declaration Clear Decimal Point Department Double Zero Error Correct Foreign Currency Journal Feed House Charge Item Amount Minus Miscellaneous Multiplication No Sale/ Non Add Numeric Key Paid Out Previous Balance Percent Discount Percent Surcharge Price LookUp Receipt Feed Received-onAccount Refund Subtotal Validation Key CASH CASH IER CCD CLR Description Used to record a cash payment and finalize a zero or negative balance cash transaction. Used to enter two zeros by one keystroke. Used to declare how much is in the cash drawer before reports. Used to record a customer payment outside of a sale or a loan of money to the cash drawer. Also used to enter a non-add number. etc. Used to open the cash drawer outside of a sale. Used to register a percentage discount. Used to record a coded item which has a preset price and is associated with a specific department.) Used for multiplication and for displaying the time.

Page 10 Model RS2810 Operation Manual .Introduction Function Value Added TAX Void Key VAT VOID X/Z February 1999 Description transaction. Used by management to obtain reports.

HARDWARE 2.1 DISPLAY/SYMBOLS/CAPTIONS Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 11 .February 1999 Hardware 2.

5 P-Mode P-Mode is used to program various Terminal parameters such as departments. 2.2 Power to the Terminal is controlled by the AC power cord. It differs from X-Mode in that the totals and counters stored by the Terminal are zeroed when the Terminal issues the report in Z-Mode. descriptors.3. 2. 2.2 Register Mode To operate the Model RS2810 Terminal. PLUs. This mode can only be accessed by the P key. Model RS2810 Mode Lock Switch.3.4 Z-Mode Z-Mode is used to obtain various reports. insert the Z key in the Mode lock and turn it clockwise to the Z position.3 MODE LOCK -2 illustrates the Mode Lock Switch.3.3.1 Off Mode The time will display when the mode lock is in the off position. To turn the power on. OFF P Note: The ”S” for S-Mode is not marked on the Mode Lock Switch. Page Model RS2810 Operation Manual . price changes and department status changes.3 X-Mode X-Mode is commonly referred to as Manager Mode. thus providing extra security. The X-Mode key is also used by the manager to read reports without resetting totals and counters to zero. The REG position is used to perform all sales transactions. plug the power nplug the power cord from the wall outlet.3. but is accessed by turning the key to the right of the “Z” position REG X Z (S) -2.February 1999 2. 2. the REG key must be inserted into the Mode Lock and turned clockwise to the REG position. 2. The X-Mode key is inserted into the Mode Lock and turned clockwise to the X position. The X-Mode key is used when Manager authorization is required. The key can be removed once the lock has been turned to REG position allowing operations to continue without the operator having to keep the key in the Terminal. To access ZMode. 2.

Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 13 .4 CASH DRAWER LOCK The cash drawer can be locked for security by inserting the cash drawer key into the key lock and turning it counter-clockwise.February 1999 Hardware 2.

OPERATING PROCEDURE 3. Clerk Entry is available.Operation Procedures February 1999 3. The cashier code is not display.4 CLERK ENTRY Under Cashier ON. Note: The First cashier key entry may be required by the programming.3 SIGN-OFF Key Sequence: REG or Skip X or Z Cash ier [0 ] Cash ier 3.2 SIGN-ON Key Sequence: REG or Skip X or Z Cash ier [ Cashier Code ] 1-4 digits Cash ier 3. 3.1 OVERVIEW The cashier signs on to gain terminal access prior to registration of transactions. Note: Cashier & Clerk System must be selected in S-mode Programming. The cashier signs off when the shift has been completed hence allowing other cashiers to use the terminal. Key Sequence: REG or X or Z [ Clerk Code 1-4 digits ] Cash ier Page 14 Model RS2810 Operation Manual .

3 Single Item Cash Department When a Single Item Cash Department is accessed as the first entry in a transaction. 2.XX X [ Unit Price ] 1-8 digits Dept Notes: 1. can share a key location. or when the OSP code is programmed on the department key. The result of (Quantity x Unit Price) must be less than or equal to 8 digits. 3. it is treated as a normal department entry (it will not automatically terminate the transaction).February 1999 Hardware 3.5.5. The unit price should not be zero.2 HALO/LALO Release Each department may have a High Amount Lock Out (HALO) and Low Amount Lock Out (LALO). all entries must be less than or equal to the amount. 3. Key Sequence: REG or Repeat X [ Unit Price ] 1-8 digits Dept REG or X [ Quantity ] XXX XX. If selected. 3.XXX XXX.5. Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 15 . The entry amount must be at least two digits.5 DEPARTMENT ENTRIES The Model RS2810 has the capability for open departments and One-Shot PLUs. perform the following key sequence. this prohibits registration of any unit price over the HALO and LALO limit. 4. Both departments and One-Shot PLUs utilize the department keys located on the keyboard and through programming. The input masking programming may require that the least significant digit of the unit price be 0 or 5. the transaction will automatically be finalized with cash payment assumed and the drawer will open. To override the programmed limit. If a maximum limit (dollar value) has been specified for the department. The repeat is not allowed in the following cases: when the unit price is negative. If the Single Item Cash Department is not the first entry in a transaction. 1 X Department Registration 3.1 Open Departments Open departments require that a dollar amount be indexed prior to depression of the department key.

Void 3.Operation Procedures February 1999 3.6. sections of this manual for their key sequences: 1. Only the PLU code and price will be printed on the journal.XXX XXX. Key Sequence: (1) Mono Repeat REG or X [ PLU Code ] 1-13 digits PLU OR Scan (2) Multi Repeat REG or X [ Quantity ] XXX XX. Page 16 Model RS2810 Operation Manual . Quantity Extension with Fractions 6. Each PLU is assigned a code. Refund 4. The six operations listed below can be performed on PLU entries. a description and a price. Item Discount Refer to the appropriate 3. display the price and print the descriptor and price on the receipt.XX X [ PLU Code ] 1-13 digits PLU Scan Notes: 1. 2. The repeat is not allowed when the PLU has a negative unit price.1 Normal PLU A PLU is either registered by entering the PLU code or by pressing an OSP (One-Shot PLU) key. Error Correct 2. Repeat 5. When a PLU code is entered and the PLU key is pressed. the Terminal will automatically look up the price and taxability of that PLU.6 PRICE LOOK-UPS (PLUs ) Price Look-Ups (PLUs) are associated with departments and provide detailed tracking of merchandise. The result of (Quantity x Unit Price) must be less than or equal to 8 digits.

Error correct and void can not be performed in a single item cash sale. pressing the Department key displays the PLUs price and prints the price and descriptor on the receipt. 3.February 1999 Hardware 3. Key Sequence: (1) Mono REG or Repeat X Dept (2) Multi REG or X [ Quantity ] XXX XX.3 Single Item Cash PLU This function allows the registration of a single item for immediate transaction finalization when the normal PLU mono key sequence or one-shot PLU key sequence is used.6.XX X Dept Notes: The result of (Quantity x OSP Unit Price) must be less than or equal to 8 digits. This is determined by programming. Key Sequence: REG or X [ PLU Code ] 1-12 digits PLU Scan Dept Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 17 . When a Department key is programmed as a One-Shot PLU. price and code on the journal.2 One-Shot PLU (OSP) A Department key can be used as a direct entry One-Shot PLU. then single item cash PLU is treated as a normal PLU.6.XXX XXX. If a registration has been entered previously.

this prohibits registration of any unit price over the HALO and LALO limit.Operation Procedures February 1999 3. Registration Page 18 Model RS2810 Operation Manual .XXX XXX.7. 4. If selected. the PLU is registered. The result of (Quantity x Unit Price) must be less than or equal to 8 digits.XX X [ SD Code ] 1-13 digits PLU [ Unit Price ] 1-8 digits PLU Scan Notes: 1. The input masking programming may require that the least significant digit of the unit price be 0 or 5.1 Normal SD (1) Mono REG or Repeat X [ SD Code 1-13 digits ] PLU [ Unit Price ] 1-8 digits PLU Scan (2) Multi REG or X [ Quantity ] XXX XX.6.4 Price Reference Price reference allows the operator to see the price of an item prior to the item registration. 3.2 HALO/LALO Release Each SD may have a High Amount Lock Out (HALO) and Low Amount Lock Out (LALO). 3.7. The unit price should not be zero. The repeat is not allowed when the entered unit price is negative. If the PLU key is depressed immediately after reference. 3. 2.7 SD (SUB-DEPARTMENT) REGISTRATION This operation requires a unit price entry. Key Sequence: 1 X Sub-Dept. perform the following key sequence. OSP REG or X X [ PLU Code ] 1-13 digits Registration PLU PLU Scan 3. To release the programmed limit. Price reference of PLU is available at anytime.

February 1999 Hardware 3.7.3 Single Item Cash SD This function allows the registration of a single item for immediate transaction finalization. it is treated as a normal SD registration. If the single item cash SD is not the first entry in a transaction. Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 19 .

When pressed after a data entry. Key Sequence: Data Entry CLR REG or X Error Condition CLR 3.1 Clear Pressing the Clear key will clear a data entry not yet registered or cancel an error condition.8 CORRECTIONS 3. press the Error Correct key.8. • • • • • • • • Department PLU SD Refund Item % discount item Amount Discount Subtotal % discount Subtotal % plus • • • • • • Cash under tender Miscellaneous under tender Foreign currency under tender Received on account Paid out Item % Surcharge Key Sequence: REG or X Incorrect Registration Err Corr Page 20 Model RS2810 Operation Manual .8.Operation Procedures February 1999 3. the data previous to the numeric entry is re-displayed.2 Error Correct The Error Correct (ERR ) key is used to perform a void of an item entry immediately after it has been entered in the transaction. To perform an Error Correct.

8. the entry is not accepted. Key Sequence: REG or X RFND Item Registration 3.9 DISCOUNT / SURCHARGE 3.1 Item % Discount This is used to give a discount on the price of an item (department. the VD caption will illuminate.9. This operation is not allowed when the department. If the manual rate is 0 or larger than the programmed maximum rate. 2. When the Void key is pressed. PLU/SD has zero or negative unit price. Key Sequence : REG or Preset X Item Registration [ Rate ] XX XX.8.XX %- Notes: 1. Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 21 .February 1999 Operation Procedures 3. PLU or SD). The seven entries listed below can be voided: • Department • PLU • SD • Refund Key Sequence: REG or X VOID Re-entry of Incorrect Registration 3. PLU/SD or Refund) at either a preset rate or a manually entered percentage rate.3 Void The Void key is used to perform a void of an item after subsequent items have been entered in the transaction.4 Refund This function is used to make a refund associated with a specific item (Dept.

the entry is not accepted. This operation is not allowed when the department.XX %- Notes: 1. Item Registration [ Amount ] 1-8 digits AMT Minus Notes: If the manual rate is 0 or larger than the programmed maximum amount. This operation is not allowed when the subtotal is zero.3 Item % Surcharge Key Sequence : REG or Preset X Item Registration [ Rate ] XX XX. 3. 2.XX %+ Notes: 1. the entry is not accepted. Key Sequence : Preset REG or X Sub Total [ Rate ] XX XX. PLU/SD has zero or negative unit price.9.2 Item Amount Discount This is used to reduce the price of an item (Department. however Subtotal % Discount cannot be registered more than once in a single transaction. 2.9. 3. PLU/SD or refund) by a certain amount. This operation is not allowed when the department. 2. or larger than or equal to the item unit price. Additional item registration after this operation is allowed. PLU/SD has zero or negative unit price. the entry is not accepted. If the manual rate is 0 or larger than the programmed maximum rate. If the manual rate is 0 or larger than the programmed maximum rate.4 Subtotal % Discount This is used to give a discount on the subtotal amount at either a preset rate or a manually entered rate.Operation Procedures February 1999 3. Key Sequence : REG or X 1.9. Page 22 Model RS2810 Operation Manual .

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3.9.5 Subtotal % Surcharge
This is used to add a percent surcharge on the subtotal amount at either a preset rate or a manually entered rate. Subsequent item registration is allowed after this operation. Key Sequence:
Preset

REG
or

X

Sub Total

[ Rate ]
XX XX.XX

%+

Notes:

1. If the manual rate is 0 or larger than the programmed maximum rate, the entry is not accepted. 2. This operation is not allowed when the subtotal is zero.

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3.10 PAYMENT
3.10.1 Cash
The CASH key is used to perform a payment made with cash. Key Sequence:
(1) Direct Cash
Skip

REG
or

X

Sub Total

Cash

(2)

Amount Tendered

The tendered amount is entered to finalize a transaction. At depression of the Subtotal key, the amount due is displayed. If the tendered amount exceeds the amount due, change due is displayed. If the amount tendered is less than the amount due, the remaining amount due which can be paid in different media is displayed.

REG
or

X

Sub Total

[ Amount ]
1-9 digits

Cash

Note:

The amount due must be positive.

(3)

Preset Cash If a MISC key is programmed as preset cash, a single key depression will register cash payment for a pre-programmed amount (No tendered amount entry).
Skip Repeat

REG
or

X

Sub Total

MISC

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3.10.2 Miscellaneous Media (MISC)
The Miscellaneous (MISC) key is used to finalize a transaction paid by miscellaneous forms of media. Key Sequence:
(1) Direct MISC
Skip

REG
or

X

Sub Total

MISC

(2) Amount Tendered
Sub Total

REG
or

X

[ Amount ]
1-9 digits

MISC

Note:

The amount due must be positive.

3.10.3 Foreign Currency
Payment may be made using foreign currency, after performing a foreign currency due display. If over tendering is made, change may be issued in the local currency or in the foreign currency depending upon the programming. The direct payment in foreign currency is not allowed.
Preset rate

REG
or

X

FC

[

Exchange Rate
1-7 digits

]

Sub Total

[

Foreign Currency

Amount
1-8 digits

] FC

(including decimal point)

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A stub may be issued in addition to a receipt when receipts are normally issued due to programmability.2 Receipt Issue The saved print data in receipt issue buffer are printed at receipt off condition. Page 26 Model RS2810 Operation Manual . a stub will be issued automatically after the payment operation. When receipt is at receipt on condition. the cash key must be pressed after the payment operation for stub to be issued. If programmed for manual stub. Key Sequence: Auto REG Finalize Payment Cash Note: If programmed for auto stub. this function is changed to stub issue. Key Sequence: REG Sales Transaction Cash Notes: 1. 3.Operation Procedures February 1999 3.11. This function is accepted even in low journal condition. This function is accepted only once per sales transaction. 2. A detailed stub (similar to a 2nd receipt) is also available only if the receipt issue buffer is used.1 Stub Receipt A stub receipt is an abbreviated receipt of the preceding sales transaction.11.11 PRINTING FUNCTION 3. The maximum line number of receipt issue is set by the S-mode program. The stub receipt prints the total dollar amount of the sale.

Key Sequence: ** Transaction VLD ** Transactions include : • • • • • • • • Department PLU SD Item % discount Item amount minus Subtotal % discount Subtotal % plus Cash payment • • • • • • • MISC media payment Foreign currency payment House charge Total sale Refund Void Error correct • • • • Received on account Received on account total Paid out Paid out total 3.4 VAT (Value Added Tax) Print The VAT print is performed manually by the following key sequence.11.February 1999 Operation Procedures 3. Key Sequence: REG or X NS/# Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 27 .12.11.12 TILL OPERATION 3. REG or X Amount Due Display VAT Note: When all the VAT taxable amounts are zero. 3. this operation is not allowed.1 No Sale The No Sale function is used to open the cash drawer outside of a sale.3 Validation The Validation key is used to perform validation of documents using Receipt/Journal (R/J) printer. Validation can be performed for each of the following transactions.

It is canceled by pressing the Clear key. 3. Key Sequence: REG or Repeat X [ Amount ] 1-8 digits P/O Cash MISC Note: The total amount of the repeat operations should be equal to or less than 9 digits. Key Sequence: REG or X X Page 28 Model RS2810 Operation Manual .12.3 Received-On-Account The Received-on-Account (R/A) key is used to register media going into the drawer out side of a sales transaction.12.2 Paid Out (P/O) This operation is used to record payments of cash and miscellaneous media removed from the drawer outside of a sales transaction.Operation Procedures February 1999 3.13 TIME DISPLAY The time can be displayed at any time except when a transaction is in progress (Only when cashier is off) . The time is also displayed when the Mode Lock is set to the off position. Key Sequence : Repeat REG or X [ Amount ] 1-8 digits R/A Cash MISC 3.

press the CCD key and perform the key sequence again. Department. 9. After that. Therefore. if an amount has been declared. This operation must be performed outside of a transaction mode. The cash declaration data is cleared from memory either when terminal Z report is taken or when one of the totals is altered that will in turn alter the cash in drawer amount. the cash drawer will be opened. At the first CCD key entry. REG or X or Z [ Numeric Data 1-16 digits ] NS/# Note: “#” is printed with a non add number. Paid Out.) The cash declaration data will be printed in the Cash in Drawer report and the Cashier report. quantity zero is prohibited. 4. 7. if the cash drawer is open and the terminal is programmed for compulsory drawer closure. The last entry is always considered the actual cash declaration subtotal.February 1999 Operation Procedures 3. Key Sequence: Repeat REG or X CCD [Quantity ] 1-3 digits Skip X [ Amount ] 1-8 digits Cash CCD Notes: 1.e. 5. Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 29 . Zero amount may be entered. The result of (Quantity x Amount) must be less than or equal to 10 digits. Received on account. however. Error correct is inhibited.15 NON ADD This function is used to enter numeric data to be used for reference purposes. 2. the entry is still accepted. (i. Non-add entry during cash declaration is allowed.14 CASH DECLARATION This is used to declare the amount of cash in the drawer. If the data is cleared. PLU.SD. nothing is printed. 8. Refund. 6. if a mistake is made. 3. 3.

Operation Procedures February 1999 3. In the account receivable system. 2. 3. the buzzer sounds.Amount Due Display The amount due in foreign currency can be displayed by the following key sequence. Entry Item Registration House Charge House Received On Account Page 30 Model RS2810 Operation Manual . A maximum of 3 Foreign Currency keys is available.16 AMOUNT DUE DISPLAY This function is performed in order to display the total of the current registrations including tax due.2 Foreign Currency .16. When the amount due is negative. The exchange rate can be preset on the keys. Preset rate REG or X FC [ Exchange Rate 1-7 digits ] Sub Total (including decimal point) 3. 3. alternatively customers may just deposit cash and purchase by debiting their accounts.17 ACCOUNT RECEIVABLE SYSTEM (ARS) The Account Receivable System is used to provide individual customer documentation where goods are purchased. Skip ARS Customer No. Customers may purchase goods on credit.16. the displayed amount includes the previous balance.1 Normal Amount Due Display Key Sequence: REG or X Sub Total Notes: 1. and to maintain a total of the amount.

Only Direct Cash or House Charge is allowed. Otherwise. To delete existing account from the ARS file.1 ARS Customer Number By entering the customer number. X Notes: Customer # 1-6 digits P-BAL [9 ] P-BAL 1. direct miscellaneous is not allowed. 3.17. the record of the customer is accessed or newly created. further tender payment is not allowed. REG or X [0 ] P-BAL (3) New account with Zero Balance Only if zero balance allowed (programmable in P-Mode data # 16) REG or X Customer # 1-6 digits P-BAL House CHRG (4) New account with Credit Balance Only if Credit Balance allowed (programmable in P-Mode data # 16) REG or X Customer # 1-6 digits P-BAL Sub Total [ Amount 1-9 digits ] Cash House CHRG MISC (5) Existing Account Delete Only if balance is Zero. error will occur. Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 31 . When the amount due is negative or in credit balance. 2. (1) ARS Customer Number Entry The previous balance is display by this operation. REG or X Customer # 1-6 digits P-BAL (2) ARS Customer Number Cancel This operation is only allowed before item registration.February 1999 Operation Procedures 3. the remaining balance must be zero and the operation must be performed in X-mode. When the amount due is negative or in credit balance.

3. Skip Skip Skip Note 1 Note 2 House CHRG REG or X ARS Customer No.3 House Received on Account • • If credit balance is allowed. Skip Skip Note 1 Note 2 House CHRG REG or X ARS Customer No. Entry Item Registration Sub Total [ Amount ] 1-9 digits Repeat Cash MISC Notes: 1. Entry Sub Total [ Amount ] 1-9 digits Repeat Cash MISC Notes: 1. 3. Direct Cash key will refund the credit amount as change. • If credit balance is not allowed. • If credit balance is allowed. If credit balance is not allowed.17. REG or X NS/# Sub Total Page 32 Model RS2810 Operation Manual . If amount due is negative. credit amount or over tender amount is always issued as change.17.2 Purchase and Payment This function terminates the ARS transaction and saves the customer record to the files. the subtotal amount without previous balance can be displayed. credit amount or over tender amount is always issued as change.4 Subtotal Display During the ARS operation. Debit or credit amount will be stored to ARS account upon House Change Key. 2.17. Debit or credit amount will be stored to ARS account upon House Change Key. If amount due is negative. credit amount or over tender amount may be issued as change or stored as credit balance is ARS. Direct Cash key will refund the credit amount as change.Operation Procedures February 1999 3. 2. credit amount or over tender amount may be issued as change or stored as credit balance in ARS.

1 Date Setting Key Sequence: X [ Data ] 5-6 digits VLD Note: The date is set in the form DDMMYY.February 1999 User’s Programming 4. Key Sequence: X [ XY] VLD X = Journal = 0 = Do not skip detailed information 1 = Skip detailed information Y = Receipt = 0 = On (All transactions are printed) 1 = Receipt always off Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 33 . Key Sequence: Programming Winter Time X [ 1] VLD [ Data ] 3-4 digits (00:00 .2 Time Setting The time in hours and minutes is entered into the Terminal with the following key sequence.1 DATE/TIME SETTING (X-MODE) 4. the clock need only be reset to accommodate Daylight-Saving Time adjustments in Spring and Autumn. USER’S PROGRAMMING 4. (D: Day.1.2 R/J PRINTER CONTROL SET (X-MODE) The R/J Printer can be programmed to print or not print a receipt and whether to print/not print detailed data on the journal.1. The time is entered in military style (24 hour clock).23:59) VLD 4. Y: Year) 4. M: Month. Once set.

Key Sequence: Repeat X [ Cashier Number 1-2 digits ] X [ Cashier Name by Character Code 3 digits x 2-8 chara.3. The cashier’s data is programmed as follows.1 Cashier Code / ID Programming Key Sequence : The cashier code and ID are programming by the following sequence. The ID can be programmed by either numeric character codes or alpha keys. 4. ] X/Z 4. Repeat X [ Cashier Number 1-2 digits ] X [ Cashier Code 4 digits ] X [ by char code ] 3 digits Cashier ID Cash ier NS/# X/Z Note: The cashier code can be any 4 digit other than “0000” [ Alpha Keys 1 chara. X [ 0102 ] X Cash ier Page 34 Model RS2810 Operation Manual .2 Cashier Name Programming The cashier name can be programmed using the following key sequence.User’s Programming February 1999 4.3. ] X/Z Cash ier NS/# X/Z 4.3 Cashier / Clerk Data Read [ Alpha Keys 8 chara.3. ] The data cashier/clerk is printed by the following key sequence.3 CASHIER PROGRAMMING (X-MODE) Two cashiers are available in the terminal.

P [ Clerk No.2 Clerk Status Setting Key Sequence: Programming Repeat [ Alpha Keys 1-8 chara.4 CLERK PROGRAMMING The clerk’s data is programmed as follows.February 1999 User’s Programming 4.4. Key Sequence: Programming Repeat P [ Clerk No. For this programming. “Cashier and Clerk System” should be selected in S-mode data #1 and number of clerks should be set in S-mode data #7.1 Clerk Name Setting Key Sequence: Programming Repeat X [ Clerk Number 3 digits ] X [ Clerk Name by Alpha Key 3 digits x 1-8 chara. 3 digits ] X [ Entry Code] 4 digits Clerk Cash ier NS/# 4.4. ] ] X/Z Cash ier NS/# X/Z 4. 3 digits ] X [ Status 2 digits ] Cash ier NS/# Status = XY X: 0 active X: 1 Inactive Y: 0 Clerk Validation inhibit Y: 1 Clerk Validation compulsory Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 35 .

8 Minimum amount entry limit (XY) X: Most signification digit Y: Number of zeros Example: 12 specifies 100 10 Notes: The OSP code should not be zero.User’s Programming February 1999 4. 4.5 DEPARTMENT PROGRAMMING (P-MODE) When a change to department programming is needed. 4.5.9 No TAX: 0 1 5.2 Department Status Key Sequence: Programming P Digit [ Status ] 8 digits X [ OSP Code 1-12 digits ] Dept NS/# Part Programmability Item R/J Validation Compulsory Single item cash Negative Price allowed Always 0 VAT rate selection Bit Selection Yes: 4 Yes: 1 Yes: 4 No: 0 No: 0 No: 0 APL Data 1 2 3 4 1 2 0 0 0 0 Rate8: 8 Rate7: 7 Rate6: 6 Rate5: 5 Rate4: 4 Rate3: 3 Rate2: 2 Rate1: 1.1 Alpha-Numeric Descriptors for Departments Each department may have a descriptor of 1 to 8 characters.5. Follow the appropriate key sequence for the desired change. Repeat P [ Character Code 3 digits x 8 chara.6 Maximum amount entry limit (XY) X: Most signification digit Y: Number of zeros Example: 94 specifies 90000 97 7. Page 36 Model RS2810 Operation Manual . ] ] X/Z Dept NS/# X/Z [ Alpha Keys 1-8 chara. A double-size character is treated as two characters. insert the P key in the Mode Lock and turn it to the P position.

enter 4 prior to each two-digit alpha code. the programming for the One-Shot PLU must include the location of the key on the keyboard in addition to all other program requirements of the standard PLU. press the CASH key to indicate each change of size.February 1999 User’s Programming 4. If the One-Shot PLU feature is selected. Follow the appropriate key sequence below for the desired change. ] ] [ Code ] 1-12 digits PLU NS/# X/Z Notes: 1. Or 1-16 chara. Key Sequence: Repeat P Dept NS/# 4. Find the numeric code for each character by referencing the Alpha-Numeric Character Code Table. Repeat P [ Character Code 3 digits x 1-8 chara.3 Department Program Read The program for each department can be read by performing the following key sequence. Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 37 . In the case of a single-size character. including the associated department code and unit price. insert the P key in the Mode Lock and turn it to the P position.6. 4. Or 1-16 chara. To enter a double-size character using the numeric code entry method. Or 1-12 chara.5. a 0 must be entered prior to the two-digit code.1 Alpha-Numeric Descriptors for PLUs Each PLU may have a descriptor of 1 to 8/12 or 16 characters. To enter a combination of double and single-size characters from the Alpha keyboard. 2. press the CASH (Shift) key before pressing the desired alpha keys for the descriptor. A double-size character is treated as two characters. To enter a double-size character from the Alpha keyboard. 4. The Terminal has the One-Shot PLU feature. This will allow all characters to be double-sized. [ Alpha Keys 1-8 chara.6 PLU PROGRAMMING (P-MODE) Each PLU must be programmed for its status. Or 1-12 chara. When a change to the PLUs program is needed.  Scan X/Z 3.

Key Sequence: Repeat P [ X ] X 1: Inactive 0: Active [ Code ] 1-12 digits PLU NS/#  Scan Page 38 Model RS2810 Operation Manual . Key Sequence: Programming Skip  Scan X P [ Status ] 6 digits [ Unit Price 2-8 digits SD ] X [ Code ] 1-12 digits PLU NS/# Repeat Digit 1 2 3 4 Part 1 Programming Item PLU Type Weight Entry through Scale Always 0 VAT Rate Selection Bit Selection SD: 2 PLU: 0 Compulsory: 2 APL Data 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 Inhibit: 0 Rate8: 8 Rate7: 7 Rate6: 6 Rate5: 5 Rate4: 4 Rate3: 3 Rate2: 2 Rate1: 1.3 Activation and De-Activation of PLUs Individual PLUs can be activated and de-activated. The status is made up of a six-digit code that represents the functionality of the PLU.2 PLU Status To change the way in which a PLU functions the PLUs status must be changed. it cannot be entered during a sales transaction. the PLUs status must be entered for each additional PLU.6.9 Non GST : 0 1 5. or. in the case where PLUs are being added.6 Associated department 01 4.User’s Programming February 1999 4. When a PLU is de-activated.6.

February 1999 User’s Programming 4.5 PLU Program Read PLU program status. Key Sequence: (1) OSP Read Repeat P Dept NS/# Key Sequence: (2) Individual Read Repeat P [ Code ] 1-12 digits PLU NS/#  Scan Key Sequence: (3) Range Read P [ Start Code ] 1-12 digits X [ End Code ] 1-12 digits X/Z Note: If PLU program is to be read for consecutive PLU codes.6. The depression of the Clear key during reading cancels the function. descriptor and active/inactive status. can be printed on the receipt and journal for review.6.4 One-Shot PLU Programming Department key locations can be used as One-Shot PLUs. Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 39 . 4. unit price. PLU code entry is not needed except for the starting PLU code. PLU codes which have already been programmed in the PLU file are assigned to department keys with the key sequence as shown in Department Status Programming.

1 Addition Of Stock The stock level is increased by the entered quantity.1. This key sequence may also be used to establish the initial stock level.2 Reduction Of Stock The stock level is decreased by the entered quantity. 5. The stock levels may be programmed and adjusted up or down using the following functions. Key Sequence Repeat Z [ Quantity 1-6 digits ] Sub Total [ Code 1-12 digits ] PLU NS/#  Scan 5. Z-MODE PROGRAMMING 5.1 STOCK ADJUSTMENT Each PLU/SD may have a stock level associated to it.Reports February 1999 5. Key Sequence Repeat Z VOID [ Quantity 1-5 digits ] Sub Total [ Code 1-12 digits ] PLU NS/#  Scan Page 40 Model RS2810 Operation Manual .1.

If the minimum stock value is not entered. X or Z Minimum [ Stock Value ] 1-6 digits Sub Total [ 36 ] X/Z (1) Key Sequence: All Report X Z [ 36 ] X/Z or (2) Key Sequence: Range Report X or Z [ Start Code ] X [ End Code ] X [ 36 ] X/Z Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 41 .3 PLU / SD Stock Report This report lists PLU’s /SD’s and their stock counter which are equal or less than the entered stock value.February 1999 Reports 5.1. the stock counters of all PLU’s and SD’s are printed.

One is incremented each time that the Terminal Report (00) is read and reset.Reports February 1999 6. Each of the sub-sections defines the totals provided by each specific report and the key sequences required to obtain the report. In addition to the totals provided by each report. the second is incremented each time that the Period-to-Date Department Report (110) is read and reset. Page 42 Model RS2810 Operation Manual . all reports will contain the following information: OMRON RS2810 TERMINAL YOUR RECEIPT DATE PROGRAMMABLE TITLE REPORT TYPE (X or Z Mode) ZZ 09/30/99 REPORT TITLE 0001 3-LINE PROGRAMMABLE LOGO Z-Counter MACHINE NUMBER 1234 001 9:40 THANK YOU TIME TRANSACTION NUMBER 1-LINE PROGRAMMABLE MESSAGE Note: There are two Z-Counters. REPORTS AND BALANCING INFORMATION 6.1 GENERAL The Report Section of this manual is divided into sub-sections.

Mode Lock key is utilized to obtain reports for the purpose of examining the totals and counters. The Z-Mode Lock key is used to obtain reports not only for readings.February 1999 Reports 6. often referred to as a read of the report.2 REPORTS To obtain reports an X or Z-Mode Lock key is required. The X. Report Code 000 001 001 003 003 010 012 032 020 093 090 100 110 132 160 036 Terminal Report Cashier Report (All) Cashier Report (Individual) Cash-in-Drawer Report (All) Cash-in-Drawer Report (Individual) Department Report Department Individual Counter Report (All/ Individual) PLU Range Report PLU By Department Report Hourly Productivity Report ARS Customer Balance Report Period-to-Date Terminal Report Period-to-Date Department Report Period-to-Date PLU/SD Range Report VAT Report PLU/SD Stock Report Report Name Mode X/Z X/Z X/Z X X X/Z X/Z X/Z X/Z X/Z X X/Z X/Z X/Z X/Z X/Z Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 43 . The reports provided by this Terminal are listed in the Table below. but also for resetting certain totals and counters to zero.

To read and reset a Terminal Report. enter 00 and press the X/Z key. enter 00 and press the X/Z key. set the Mode Lock to the Z position.Reports February 1999 6.1 Terminal Report To read a Terminal Report. set the Mode Lock to the X position.2. Key Sequence: (X or Z-Mode) X or Z [ 00 ] X/Z Page 44 Model RS2810 Operation Manual .

February 1999 Reports Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 45 .

Reports February 1999 Page 46 Model RS2810 Operation Manual .

4.printed after CCD completion • “ALWAYS INHIBITED” . When these report are linked to the Terminal Report. these individual report cannot be taken in Z-mode. 2. CLERK part is not Printed when “Skip CLERK report from TERMINAL report” is “Yes”. CASHIER part is not printed when “Skip CASHIER report from TERMINAL report” is “Yes”..February 1999 5. Group 4 DEPARTMENT Part Reports CASHIER Part CLERK Part HOURLY Productivity Part PLU/SD Part PLU/SD STOCK Part VAT Part DI Part CID Part ARS CUSTOMER BALANCE Part Notes: 1. When CCD is programmed for “Entry compulsory before report”. DEPT part is not printed when “Skip DEPT report from terminal report” is “Yes”. HOURLY productivity part is not printed when “Skip HOURLY productivity report from TERMINAL report “ is “Yes”.always printed • “ALLOWED AFTER CCD” . Even if “Machine system” is “Cashier and Clerk”. CLERK part is not printed when “Machine system” is “Cashier only”. 5. Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 47 . CASHIER part is printed according programmability as Follow: • “ALWAYS ALLOWED” . TERMINAL report including CASHIER part cause an error. in X-report. if CCD has not been performed.always skipped • In Z report. 3.

2. or FC memory is zero.Reports February 1999 6. SUBT 1 is not printed when House charge and House RA are not printed. 4. *[ ] : In the case where the key is not located on the keyboard. 3. When Misc.2 Cashier Report Key Sequence: (X or Z-Mode) (1) All X or Z [ 01 ] X/Z (2) Individual Z or X Cashier Sign On [ 01 ] X/Z Point to take note on the print format as shown on the next page. the corresponding lines are not printed. CCD and balance lines are printed when the CCD is performed. Page 48 Model RS2810 Operation Manual . When REFUND 2 total/ counter is zero. 6. 1. No sale counter is not printed when no sale is programmed as “NOT ALLOW”.2. the function lines are not printed. 5. the corresponding lines are not printed.

February 1999 Reports Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 49 .

4 Cash-In-Drawer Report Key Sequence: (1) All X Cash (2) Individual Cashier Sign On X Cash Page 50 Model RS2810 Operation Manual .2.3 Clerk Report Key Sequence: X or Z [ 002 ] X/Z 6.Reports February 1999 6.2.

February 1999 Reports Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 51 .

2. Page 52 Model RS2810 Operation Manual . When the Department Report is contained in the Terminal Report.Reports February 1999 6.5 Department Report Key Sequence: (X or Z-Mode) X or Z 1. the corresponding lines are not printed if programmed to Zero Skip. [ 10 ] X/Z Notes: If both total and counter of department are zero.2. the Department Report cannot be individually issued in Z-Mode.

February 1999 Reports 6.6 PLU Range Report Key Sequence: (X or Z-Mode) End PLU/SD Code 1-12 digits X or Z [ Start PLU/SD Code 1-12 digits ] X [ ] PLU Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 53 .2.

2. Key Sequence: (X or Z-Mode) PLU Dept X or Z Page 54 Model RS2810 Operation Manual .7 PLU by Department Report This report prints the department designated by the entry and PLUs associated with that department.Reports February 1999 6.

2.8 Hourly Productivity Report Key Sequence: (X or Z-Mode) X or Z [ 93 ] X/Z Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 55 .February 1999 Reports 6.

Page 56 Model RS2810 Operation Manual . GROUP 4 consists of Department Period-to-Date Report and PLU/SD Period-to-Date Report.9 Period-To-Date Terminal Report Key Sequence: (X or Z-Mode) X or Z [ 100 ] X/Z Print Format : [ GROUP 1 ] [ GROUP 2 ] [ GROUP 3 ] [ GROUP 4 ] The print format of GROUP 1.Reports February 1999 6. GROUP 2 and GROUP 3 are the same as daily terminal report.2.

February 1999 Reports 6.10 Period-to-Date Department Report Key Sequence: (X or Z-Mode) X or Z [ 110 ] X/Z Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 57 .2.

2.11 Period-to-Date PLU/SD Report Key Sequence: (X or Z-Mode) X or Z [ Start PLU/SD Code 1-12 digits ] X [ End PLU/SD Code 1-12 digits ] X [ 132 ] PLU Page 58 Model RS2810 Operation Manual .Reports February 1999 6.

12 PLU / SD Stock Report All Stock X or Z [ Stock Value ] Max. 6 digits Minimum Sub Total [ 036 ] X/Z Key Sequence: Range Report X or Z [ Start Code ] X [ End Code ] X [ 36 ] X/Z PLU/SD Code PLU/SD Descriptor PLU/SD Stock Counter Sum of PLU/SD STOCKS Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 59 .February 1999 Reports 6.2.

13 Department Individual Counter Report Key Sequence: (X or Z-Mode) (1) All report X or Z [ 012 ] X/Z (2) Individual report X or Z Dept [ 012 ] X/Z Page 60 Model RS2810 Operation Manual .Reports February 1999 6.2.

February 1999 Reports 6.14 VAT Report X or Z [ 160 ] X/Z Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 61 .2.

15 ARS Customer Balance Report X or Z [ Start Customer # 1-6 digits ] X [ End Customer # 1-6 digits ] P-BAL Page 62 Model RS2810 Operation Manual .Reports February 1999 6.2.

commonly referred to as the Manager Mode. Amount tendered and change limit overrides. These functions include a combination of complete transactions and/or finalizing procedures. Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 63 . insert and turn the X key to the X position. The functions that require Manager Mode control are independently determined at the time of installation. Once the function is completed. Cash: 2. the X key should be turned back to REG position and removed. Credit balance sale. The finalizing procedures that may require manager’s assistance are: 1. it is necessary to press the Clear key. Check: 3. An error condition occurs when an attempt is made to perform the above functions in REG Mode when the function is programmed for X-Mode. it is necessary to press the Clear key. The function may now be entered in its entirety by the individual key sequence found in Section 4 of this manual.1 GENERAL The Model RS2810 has the capability to require that certain functions be performed in the X-Mode only. after which the key should be turned back to the REG position and removed. To finalize the transaction.February 1999 Manager Mode Assistance 7. The transaction may now be finalized using the desired key sequence. Amount tendered and change limit overrides. cashing miscellaneous media outside of a sale. An error condition occurs when an attempt is made to perform the above procedures in REG Mode that have been programmed as compulsory manager assistance. MANAGER MODE ASSISTANCE 7. To perform the function. Misc: Credit balance sale Cashing a check outside of a sale. insert and turn the X key to the X position.

PRINTER SUPPLIES & MAINTENANCE 8.0036 in.02 inches).Printer Supplies & Maintenance February 1999 8.in. When the paper roll comes to an end be sure to remove the empty core from the printer housing. 52 to 64 g/cm (0. 3. If set properly.). To remove the cassette. Inked Ribbon • • • • Ribbon cassette Color Material Size ERC-37 Black or Violet Nylon 13 mm (0. 0.875 lbs.07 to 0.695 to 0.the use of recycled paper is not recommended.).) wide x 10 m (33 ft) long 8. Never operate the printer when the paper or ribbon cassette is not in position. 8. 2. turn the knob on top of the cassette two or three times in the direction of the arrows (counter-clockwise).0028 to 0.INSTALLATION AND REPLACEMENT 1. 4.52 in. Up to 80 mm (3. Roll Paper • • • • • Type Width Roll diameter Thickness Weight Ordinary Paper .5 mm ± 0.2 RIBBON CASSETTE .mm (1. 2.3.).3 RECEIPT AND JOURNAL PAPER INSTALLATION 8. Page 64 Model RS2810 Operation Manual . Push the cassette straight down.1 Precautions 1.2 in./sq. To confirm that the cassette is set properly. Line up the protruding peg on the bottom of the cassette with the corresponding holes in the printer housing.1 CONSUMABLES 1. the ribbon will advance smoothly. 3.09 mm (0.5.5 ± 0. Place the ribbon between the Receipt and Journal paper and the printer head. lift straight up. 2. 37. Never pull on the paper with force or before printing is finished. 5.

5.3 Journal Roll Take-Up 1. Cut the paper end square and place the roll in the paper chute.3.2 Paper Roll Installation 1. 7. 8. press and hold the Journal Feed key until the last record is clear of the printer. Surplus receipt paper should be cut off using the cutter at the paper outlet.4 ELECTRO (STAMP) Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 65 . 5. 4. If necessary load a new roll of paper into the journal printer. Note: Always test that the journal paper has been loaded correctly onto the take-up frame before replacing the printer compartment cover. Disassemble the take-up reel into two sections and remove the used journal roll.February 1999 Printer Supplies & Maintenance 8. (See Figure 8-1). 6. and holding the gear in the right-hand. Press and hold the release lever while feeding the paper deeper into the slot. When the journal roll needs to be changed. Press the metal rolling shaft into the hole at the center of the black rolling shaft until a click is heard. 3. 2. Insert the paper end into the slot marked with an arrow. 8. 2. Mount the take-up reel onto the take-up frame. Tear off the tape behind the print and remove the take-up reel from the frame. Pay attention to the direction of the roll. Direction of Paper Roll. Figure 8-1. Feed the end of the paper into one of the slots of the black rolling shaft. 4. Press and hold the Receipt/Journal Feed key until the paper extending from the printer outlet reaches sufficient length.3. wind the paper round the shaft at least twice. 3.

The stamp should move smoothly at the stamp stroke of approximately 5 mm. Place the stamp face down on a protected surface. Page 66 Model RS2810 Operation Manual . Avoid adding excessive ink.Printer Supplies & Maintenance February 1999 8.1 Ink Replenishment When the stamp becomes dried out and the impression is faint. Confirm that the Stamp Set is mounted correctly by pushing the Stamp plunger forward onto the receipt paper by hand.4. the stamp should be left face down for several hours to enable the ink to soak in evenly. and carefully drip two or three drops of suitable ink into the hole in the back. remove the Stamp Set by lifting it straight up. 8. For best results.2 Remounting Press the slot beneath the Stamp Set down onto the metal stamp lever.4.

1 ALPHA-NUMERIC CODES These codes are entered for descriptor programming if the character code entry is selected. ALPHA-NUMERIC CHARACTER PROGRAMMING 9.February 1999 Alpha Numeric Character Programming 9. Each key entry is 3 digits. XYY Y Y = Alpha-Numeric Character Code X = 0: Single-Size Character X = 4: Double-Size Character Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 67 .

XYY Y Y = Alpha-Numeric Character Code X = 1: Single-Size Character X = 5: Double-Size Character Page 68 Model RS2810 Operation Manual .

February 1999 Alpha Numeric Character Programming XYY Y Y = Alpha-Numeric Character Code X = 2: Single-Size Character X = 6: Double-Size Character Model RS2810 Operation Manual Page 69 .

V W X Y Z SHIFT Note: The shift key switches the print status between double size and normal size. Alpha-Numeric Keyboard Layout X/Z CLR @/FOR ERRCOR ( 20 ) 25 = DISC XMPT 5 10 15 % 7 8 A 9 B 4 C 9 D 14 E 19 F 24 * MISC2 + MISC3 7 4 8 5 9 6 G 3 H 8 I 13 J 18 K 23 # MISC1 / FS/EX 4 1 5 2 6 3 L 2 M 7 N 12 O 17 P 22 & SPACE SUBTOTAL 1 0 2 00 3 Q DEPTI R 6 S 11 T 16 U 21 BACK SPACE CASH . Page 70 Model RS2810 Operation Manual .9.2 ALPHA-NUMERIC KEYBOARD The alpha-numeric keyboard can be utilized to program all descriptors in P-Mode programming. l 0 .

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