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TEC Electronic Cash Register
FS-1450-1 SERIES
Owner's Manual

Summary of Contents

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    TEC Electronic Cash Register FS-1450-1 SERIES Owner’s Manual...

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    “This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.” “Cet appareil numénque de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.” NOTICE WARNING Copyright © 2000 by TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION All Rights Reserved 570 Ohito, Ohito-cho, Tagata-gun, Shizuoka-ken, JAPAN...

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    Do not attempt to effect repairs or modifications to this equipment. If a fault occurs that cannot be rectified using the procedures described in this manual, turn off the power, unplug the machine, then contact your authorized TOSHIBA TEC representative for assistance. Meanings of Each Symbol This symbol indicates warning items (including cautions).

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    Utilize our maintenance services. After purchasing the machines, contact your authorized TOSHIBA TEC representative for assistance once per year or so to have the inside of the machines cleaned. Otherwise, dust will build up inside the machines and may cause fire or malfunction.

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    OPERATOR’S GUIDE – 1 –...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    EO1-11097 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page 1. TO OUR CUSTOMERS ... 1 2. UNPACKING ... 2 3. APPEARANCE AND NOMENCLATURE ... 3 4. MODE LOCK AND MODE SELECTOR KEYS ... 4 5. DISPLAY ... 5 6. OUTLINE OF PREPARATION PROCEDURE BEFORE OPERATING THE ECR ... 7 7.

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    TOSHIBA TEC representative. • The specifications described in this manual may be modified by TOSHIBA TEC, if necessary. • Be sure to keep this manual for future reference.

  • Page 8: Unpacking

    2. UNPACKING 2 3 7 Paper Roll 45 mm x Ø50 mm (2 pcs.) Mode Key (REG Key, MGR Key, MA Key, S Key; 2 pcs. respectively) Receipt Cover Key (2 pcs.) Stamp lnk (1 pc.) Ribbon Cassette (1 pc.) Journal Reel (1 pc.) Drawer Key (2 pcs.) Owner's Manual (1 pc.)

  • Page 9: Appearance And Nomenclature

    3. APPEARANCE AND NOMENCLATURE Receipt Outlet Drawer • Power Switch ... The power switch is provided at the right-hand side of the cabinet. The AC power is turned on when the switch is pushed to ON, and turned off when the switch is pushed to OFF.

  • Page 10: Mode Lock And Mode Selector Keys

    4. MODE LOCK AND MODE SELECTOR KEYS 4.1. MODE LOCK Schlüssel 4.2. MODE SELECTOR KEYS REG Key: MGR Key: MA Key: The keys may be inserted or pulled out at the "LOCK" or "REG" position. In the OPERATOR'S GUIDE, functions and operations will be described within the range of the Mode Lock positions of LOCK and REG using the REG key.

  • Page 11: Display

    DISPLAY The operator display is located at the top of the register just above the keyboard. SLIIP IN-LINE SIGN ON R OFF The customer display can be fixed as a rear display or moved to form a remote display. It can be moved up, down, to the right, and to the left, and thus is fully adjustable according to the position of the customer.

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    5.1. NUMERIC DISPLAY AMOUNT (7 digits): Displays the numeric data, such as amount, quantity, etc. When the amount is negative, the symbol "-" is displayed as well. NOTE: DPT (2 digits): Displays the Department Code of the department item just entered. It stays lit when repeating the same department item entry.

  • Page 13: Outline Of Preparation Procedure Before Operating The Ecr

    6. OUTLINE OF PREPARATION PROCEDURE BE- FORE OPERATING THE ECR This chapter shows the outline of set-up procedure of the ECR before actually starting the ECR operation. Turn the POWER SWITCH to OFF before connecting the power cord. Remove the cash register from the carton, referring to Chapter "2.

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    Install the Receipt and Journal rolls (referring to the following section "Installing the Receipt/Journal Roll") . Installing the Receipt/Journal Roll Care must be taken not to injure yourself with the paper cutter. Installing the Receipt Roll WARNING! Turn the Mode Lock to the REG position with power To remove the Receipt Cover, insert the Receipt Cover Key to the Receipt Cover Lock, and then turn it 90˚...

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    There are the following two ways of receipt paper feed procedure. A: Manual installation B: Installation using the [RF] key A: Manual installation 1 Lift the green lever on the receipt side. B: Installation using the [RF] key Place the paper roll in the outer side holder of the two roll holders.

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    Installing the Journal Roll Follow Steps 1 to 5 for "Installing the Receipt Roll" on the preceding pages, except that the paper roll should be placed inner side holder of the two holders. There are the following two ways of a journal paper feed procedure. A: Manual installation B: Installation using the [JF] key Manual installation...

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    EO1-11097 Setting the Ribbon Cassette Detach the Ribbon Cover. Set the Ribbon Cassette. After setting the Ribbon Cassette, turn the knob of the Ribbon Cassette in the arrow direction several times to remove the slack on the ribbon. Attach the Ribbon Cover. - 11 -...

  • Page 18: Cashier Signing Or Cashier Key Operations

    7. CASHIER SIGNING OR CASHIER KEY OPERATIONS The FS-1450 adopts one of the following cashier-identifying operations. • CODE ENTRY METHOD, using the [LOG/RECEIPT] (or [LOG]) key. • CASHIER KEY METHOD, (hardware option), using Cashier Keys. • CASHIER KEY METHOD, using [CLK] keys. 7.1.

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    NOTES: 1. Sign-OUT may automatically be performed without operating "9 [LOG]" on finalizing each transaction including Check (or other non-cash media) Cashing, No-sale Exchange from/ to Foreign Currencies, No-sale, Received-on-Account, Paid-Out, Loan, and Pick Up if so set by a program option. When this option is selected, Sign-IN is always necessary before starting every transaction.

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    (3) Mode Changes With Signing Operations When Signed-ON or Signed-IN: The Mode Lock position changes are allowed within "LOCK", "REG", "MGR", and " Changing to any other position will be an error. When Signed-OUT: The Mode Lock may be turned to any position. However, cashier reports of the cashier being signed OUT cannot be taken in the "X"...

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    7.2. CASHIER KEY METHOD (Hardware Option) When the [LOG/RECEIPT] (or [LOG]) key is not installed, the Push-stay Cashier Keys may be pro- vided at the side of the Mode Lock: Push-stay Cashier Locks and Keys Cashier Keys 1 to 4 Each key is assigned to each cashier.

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    7.3. CASHIER KEY METHOD ([CLK] Keys) When the [LOG/RECEIPT] (or [LOG] key is not installed, [CLK 1] to [CLK 8]; max. 8 keys may be provided on the ECR keyboard.) Sale entries will be possible only when one of the [CLK] keys is depressed (in "REG", "MGR", or " mode).

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    7.4. TRAINING MODE START AND END When you have newly employed cashiers, you may provide some time for them to train their skills of operating the FS-1450. You are to start and end the Training Mode. Once entering the Training Mode, a cashier may operate just as ordinary sale entry operations.

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    -- Training Mode Receipt Format -- Kassenbon bei Beginn des Trainings Training Start (training Sign-ON) Receipt 19-12-1994 MON #3001 * T R A I N I N G BROWN 0079 15:51TM Training Mode Header Trainings-Kopfzeile Kassenbon, der in der Trainings- Betriebsart ausgegeben wurde Receipt issued in Training Mode 19-12-1994 MON #3001...

  • Page 25: Keyboard Layout

    8. KEYBOARD LAYOUT The following is typical keyboard layouts for the FS-1450 series. Since this series is designed to be capable of programming most of the keys to be placed in the desired place on the keyboard, this is merely example. The keyboard of your register should have its own layout acording to the store's requirements.

  • Page 26: Functions Of Each Key

    FUNCTIONS OF EACH KEY This section briefly describes functions of each key for your quick reference purposes. See the reference pages in Section 10: REGISTERING PROCEDURE AND PRINT FORMAT for detail operation sequences. LOG key. Used in case of Cashier Code Entry method, to declare start or end of normal operation by cashier.

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    Non-add Number Print key. Used to print a non-add number (such as Customer No., Credit Card No., etc.) on the receipt and journal for future reference. No-sale key. Used to open the cash drawer without relating a sale. Amount key. Used to enter a manual amount of PLU item. And also used to enter an amount or price for an open department when the department is accessed by the [DP#] key.

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    Percent Discount key. Used to subtract a percent rate from a sale. Item Correct key. Used to remove the last item from the ITEM bill, printing a line through the item on the receipt and CORR journal. Void key. Used to delete an item entered previously (before the last item) in the current transaction.

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    Media-coupon, Credit 1 to Credit 4 keys. These are additional non-cash media keys that may be installed besides those already described, according to the require- ments of each store. CREDIT CREDIT Card No. key. Used to enter the code number (1 to 12) CARD which classifies the credit card company followed by the sale finalization with the [Chg] key.

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    Salesperson key. Used to record sales contribution data SALES of each salesperson for report purpose. PERSON Repeat key. Used to repeat a department or PLU item entry. Foreign Currency keys. Used in tendering or exchange with foreign currencies. Manual Tax key. Used to enter an irregular tax amount that cannot be calculated on the basis of the programmed tax table, and to add it to the sale total.

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    Total key. Used to finalize the sales entries and transfer all the balance. TOTAL Tray Total key. Used to obtain the total of an individual TRAY guest tray in a guest party. TOTAL Charge Tip key. Used to enter a tip amount for cashier. CHARGE Tip Paid key.

  • Page 32: Registering Procedure And Print Format

    10. REGISTERING PROCEDURE AND PRINT FORMAT Before starting sale entries, read through the following instructions: When opening the cash drawer, be careful not to let the drawer hit any person. TRAINING MODE is available: If you are a beginner in operating this register, ask the store manager for practicing in the TRAIN- ING MODE.

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    Cashier Sign-ON or Cashier Key to ON status: If the [LOG/RECEIPT] (or [LOG]) key is installed, you must sign-ON or sign-IN. (See Section 7.1.) If Cashier Keys or Cashier Locks are installed, you must set your cashier key to the ON status.

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    RECEIPT-ISSUE/NON-ISSUE SELECTION Receipts are issued or not issued according to the “R OFF” lamp illuminated/extinguished status on the Operator Display panel. “R OFF” (Receipt OFF) lamp Status Change Operations ([LOG/RECEIPT] = [RECEIPT]) Mode Lock may be in any position Extinguished Receipt ON Status NOTES: 1.

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    LOAN This operation is used to record the cash amounts and food stamps loaned from the store as the change reserve in the drawer. OPERATION (must be operated outside a sale) [R/A] | Cash Amount Loaned | [AT/TL] | Food Stamp Amount Loaned | [FSTL TEND] Repeatable to add up amounts.

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    PLU ENTRY Each PLU is preprogrammed as the “PRESET” type (with a price preset) or “OPEN” type (with no price preset). Perform operation depending on the type selected. OPERATION Open PLU Type • | Open-PLU Code | [PLU] | Price | [AMT] •...

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    Preset PLU Type • | Preset-PLU Code | [PLU] [PLU] (or [RPT]) • [PLU Preset-Code key] [Same key] (or [RPT]) Preset-price Open Repeat • [PR OPEN] (or [OPEN]) | Preset-PLU Code | [PLU] | Price | [AMT] [RPT] • [PR OPEN] (or [OPEN]) | Price | [PLU Preset-Code key] [RPT] NOTES: 1.

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    NOTES: 1. Quantity ... Max. 3 integral + 3 decimal digits Price (Unit Price)... Max. 6 digits Product ... Must not exceed 8 digits. 2. When the Quantity is 1-digit integer (1 to 9) followed by a Code-preset Department/PLU key with a price preset, the [@/FOR] key is omissible.

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    (2) PLU Open PLU • | Purchased Q'ty | [@/FOR] NOTE 1 below Preset PLU • | Purchased Q'ty | [@/FOR] NOTE 1 below Preset-Price Open • [PR OPEN] (or [OPEN]) | Purchased Q'ty | [@/FOR] NOTE 1 below NOTES: 1.

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    PLU PRICE SHIFT ENTRY This operation is to register the PLU code which is added 1, 2, or 3 to the code of the entered PLU. OPERATION • [PRICE SHIFT 1] • [PRICE SHIFT 2] • [PRICE SHIFT 3] • [PR OPEN] NOTES: 1.

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    SINGLE-ITEM DEPARTMENT or SINGLE-ITEM PLU ENTRY If a department (or PLU) is programmed as Single-item, the department (or PLU) entry sequence will immediately finalizes the sale as cash sale when operated outside a sale. OPERATION Same as DEPARTMENT ENTRY PLU ENTRY QUANTITY EXTENSION SPLIT PACKAGE PRICING SET MENU ENTRY...

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    ORDER ENTRY, PREVIOUS BALANCE ENTRY OPERATION Insert a slip into the Guest Check Printer (NOTE 1 below) [PB] (for a new order entry) NOTES: 1. Previous Balance Entry can be executed even when a slip has not been inserted into the Guest Check Printer by a program option.

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    ADDITIONAL ORDER ENTRY OPERATION Insert a slip into the Guest Check Printer (NOTE 1 below) Omissible; NOTE 2 below | Number of Lines to be fed | [GCP LINE#] menu item entries, if any NOTES: 1. Previous Balance Entry can be executed even when a slip has not been inserted into the Guest Check Printer by a program option.

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    RETURNED MERCHANDISE OPERATION DEPARTMENT ENTRY PLU ENTRY QUANTITY EXTENSION [RTN MDSE] SPLIT PACKAGE PRICING SET MENU ENTRY SINGLE-ITEM DEPARTMENT/PLU ENTRY BOTTLE RETURN OPERATION | Bottle Return Amount | [BTL RTN] | Quantity | [@/FOR] | Unit Amount | [BTL RTN] max.

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    DOLLAR DISCOUNT OPERATION Dept or PLU item entry (for discount from an individual item) [ST] (for discount from the sale total) NOTES: The discount amount must not exceed the item amount or the subtotal unless the “Credit Balance” option is selected. PERCENT DISCOUNT, PERCENT CHARGE (SERVICE CHARGE) OPERATION (1) Percent Discount...

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    STORE COUPON OPERATION [STR CPN] Follow NOTE: The store coupon amount to be entered must not exceed the sale total unless the “Credit Balance” option is selected. VENDOR COUPON OPERATION ([ST]) NOTE: The coupon amount to be entered must not exceed the sale total unless the “Credit Balance”...

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    VOID The VOID operation is used to delete an item already entered before the last item within the current sale. Such items cannot be deleted by the [ITEM CORR] key any longer. OPERATION [VOID] DEPARTMENT ENTRY PLU ENTRY QUANTITY EXTENSION SPLIT PACKAGE PRICING SET MENU ENTRY NOTE:...

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    NUMBER-OF-GUESTS ENTRY This operation is used to enter the number of guests of the sale. OPERATION ) | Number of guests | [GUEST No.] Max. 3 digits NOTES: 1. The Number-of-Guests entry is allowed at the start of or any time during a sale if before the sale finalization by media keys.

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    MANUAL TAX ENTRY OPERATION | Irregular Tax Amount to be Added | [TAX] SUBTOTAL (Sale Total Pre-taxed) READ OPERATION [ST] The sale total (pre-taxed) of the items so far entered is displayed (and printed if so programmed), but the sale is not finalized. Additional item entries are allowed, if any. TAXABLE TOTAL (Sale Total With Taxes) READ OPERATION [TXBL TL]...

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    SELECTIVE ITEMIZER (SI) TOTAL READ OPERATION [SI/TL] ([SI1/TL] and/or [SI/2/TL] for Dual-SI machine) The SI total is displayed and printed on the journal (and printed on receipt if so programmed.) NOTE: The fraction process method is fixed to Round OFF. TAX CALCULATION AND PRINT Your register has been programmed with proper tax tables (tax breaks and/or tax rates).

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    FOOD STAMPABLE TOTAL READ, FOOD STAMP TENDERING OPERATION [FSTL TEND] Displays the Food Stampable total..When the Food Stamp tendered amount is less than the sale total, the sale is not finalized with the balance still due displayed. Then it can be finalized with cash or other media total or tendering operations.

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    4. When a media is programmed to allow "Total" function, it can also be programmed with the "Drawer Open" or "Not Open" status on operating the key. MULTI-TENDERING Short-tendering repeated multiple times by the same media (allowed only when the media key is programmed to allow short-tendering).

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    NOTES: 1. In both MULTI-TENDERING and SPLIT TENDERING operations, the sale is finalized and a receipt is issued on reaching the sale total amount. 2. If a media key is depressed without an amount tender entry and the key is programmed to function as "Total" key, the sale is then finalized on that stage processing the balance at that moment into that media.

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    5. When a tendering by a foreign currency occurs during a short-tendered condition, the [TXBL TL] key will not be mandatory. 6. A sale of negative balance cannot be finalized using any of the foreign currency keys. Domestic Currency Value equivalent to the tendered foreign currency amount NO-SALE EXCHANGE from Foreign Currency to Domestic Currency (must be operated outside a sale) OPERATION...

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    RECEIVED-ON-ACCOUNT A received-on-account transaction is used to identify money which is in the drawer but not from the daily business. OPERATION | Amount of Payment | [R/A] Repeatable if multiple amounts are received in one receipt sequence. NOTES: 1. The media keys used for this operation must be programmed to allow received-on-account entries.

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    SALESPERSON ENTRY (Salesperson Sign-ON) OPERATION | Salesperson Code | [SALES PERSON] 1 to 99 Programmable options relating to Salesperson Entries: • Salesperson's name non-print on receipt (print on journal only) • Salesperson Entry compulsory before sale item entries • Salesperson Entry Prohibited during a sale (i.e. al- lowed only one person entry at the starting of a sale but prohibits any other salesperson entry once the sale is started.) When this program is not selected, up to five...

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    TIP PAID OPERATION | Cashier Code | [TIP PAID] -- Receipt Print Format -- TIP PAID JONES CASH $1.00 SMITH 0028 14:09TM CHARGE TIP OPERATION Order Entry (or Additional Order Entry) | Tip Amount | [CHARGE TIP] Max. 7 digits NOTE: The [AT/TL] key cannot be used as the first tendering after a Charge Tip Entry.

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    RECEIPT POST-ISSUE (must be operated outside a sale) OPERATION (A sale is finalized) Programmable options: • Post-issue receipt is available only when the sale has been finalized with the sale has been finalized in Receipt-OFF mode. • Available regardless of Receipt-ON/OFF mode (in this case two receipts may be obtained for one sale.) •...

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    TRAY TOTAL OPERATION Menu item Entries -- Receipt Print Format -- $0.00 P B + Pork Saute $4.50T ITEM TRAY TL $4.50 -------------------------- Fried Shrimp $6.50T Coke Small-B $0.70T TAX1 $0.43 TAX2 $0.03 ITEM TRAY TL $7.66 -------------------------- TAX1 $0.70 TAX2 $0.03 CASH...

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    CALL NO. ENTRY This operation is used to enter the call No. of order, and to print its No. on the receipt and the journal. OPERATION ) | CALL NO. | [CALL No.] Max. 3 digits NOTES: 1. Call No. entry is allowed any time during a sale. 2.

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    RECALL ENTRY This operation recalls a order table. OPERATION | Order No. | [RECALL] NOTE: Recall Entry can be canceled. To end the entry, follow the procedure described below. [RECALL] [ITEM CORR] [ALL VOID] VALIDATION PRINT OPERATION After entering the required item through a transaction key or media key.

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    -- Receipt Print Format -- TEC STORE 1343 PEACH DRIVE PHONE : 87-6437 Open 8:00am to 7:00pm Closed : every Wednesday 19-12-1994 MON #3001 Cheese $2.50TF VEGETABLE -1.20TF TXBL TL $1.38 #123456 $0.08 $ 1 . 3 8 ITEM JONES 0221 13:35TM ENDORSEMENT PRINT OPERATION...

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    GUEST CHECK PRINTER (hardware option) OPERATION The TEC Guest Check Printer DRS-207 may be connected to the FS-1450 series ECR as an optional device. The Guest Check Printer will operate printing if a slip is properly inserted, regardless of the Mode Lock position (except that no print will occur in the "SET"...

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    WHEN A POWER FAILURE OCCURS ... If a power failure occurs, all sales data stored in the memory are automatically protected by the battery installed in the ECR. The battery is rechargeable and it is recharged when the AC power returns. As the power returns, the register revives to continue the work and displays the last item entered before the power failure.

  • Page 65: Journal And Receipt Paper-end Detector, Ecr Printer Motor Lock Detector

    11. JOURNAL AND RECEIPT PAPER-END DETECTOR This detects when either the journal or receipt paper is coming near the end. It is provided in order to prompt the operator to replace the old paper roll with a new one. When the paper roll comes near the end (or the paper has not been set properly), no key operation will be accepted and the AMOUNT portion of the display will keep flickering.

  • Page 66: Paper Roll Replacement And Other Maintenance Operations

    15. PAPER ROLL REPLACEMENT AND OTHER MAIN- TENANCE OPERATIONS Care must be taken not to injure yourself with the paper cutter. Replacing the Receipt Roll WARNING! To remove the Receipt Cover, insert the Receipt Cover Key to the Receipt Cover Lock, and turn it 90 clockwise.

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    Replacing the Journal Roll To remove the Receipt Cover, insert the Receipt Cover Key to the Receipt Cover Lock, and turn it 90 clockwise. Depress the [JF] key to wind up enough of the Journal Paper, then cut the paper as shown in the figure. Depress the [JF] key to feed the remaining paper end.

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    Replacing the Ribbon Cassette When the print data on the receipt and journal becomes too dim, replace the Ribbon Cassette in the following order. Remove the Ribbon Cover. Remove the old ribbon cassette by pulling it in the direction of the arrow mark. Install a new ribbon cassette by inserting it in the direction of the arrow mark.

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    Replenishing Ink to the Store Name Stamp To remove the Receipt Cover, insert the Receipt Cover Key to the Receipt Cover Lock, and turn it 90 clockwise. Remove the Store Name Stamp by pulling it in the direction of the arrow mark. Apply only two or three drops.

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    Manual Drawer Releasing The drawer opens automatically when a transaction has been entered. In the event of a power failure or other trouble, the drawer can be opened manually in the following manner: When opening the cash drawer, be careful not to let the drawer hit any person. Fig.

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    CDC (Cash Drawer Cover; Option) Lock Fig. 4 Locking (Fig.4) Push the Cash Drawer Cover to the back of the drawer. Press the cover lightly, insert the key into the key hole on the cover, and turn it to lock. Unlocking Unlock the cover using the key, and lift the front end.

  • Page 72: Specifications

    16. SPECIFICATIONS Size ... 460 mm (width) x 450 mm (depth) x 318 mm (height) Weight ... 15.5 kg Power Required ... AC 117 V – 10%; 60 Hz – 10% Power Consumed ... 0.6 A at 117 V Ambient Temprature ... 0 C to 35 C Relative Humidity ...

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    MANAGER’S GUIDE...

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    EO1-11097 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page 1. DAILY OPERATION FLOW ... 1 2. MANAGER INTERVENTION ... 2 3. MANAGER’S OWN OPERATIONS IN “MGR” MODE ... 5 4. OPERATIONS IN “ ” MODE ... 7 5. READ (X) AND RESET (Z) REPORT ... 9 6.

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    1. DAILY OPERATION FLOW The following shows the typical flow of daily operations on the ECR. CASHIER’S OPERATIONS (described in OPERATOR’S GUIDE) Sign-ON (or Cashier Key to ON) No-sale Receipt (to check the print condition, and check the date and time print) LOAN STORE OPEN Sale entries start.

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    2. MANAGER INTERVENTION 2.1 ITEMS PROGRAMMED TO REQUIRE MANAGER INTERVEN- TIONS During daily sale entry operations, the cashier may call for Manager Interventions. The following is the operation flow of a Manager Intervention. During operations, the cashier comes across an item that requires a Manager Intervention. The cashier, already informed of it, may immediately call for a Manager Intervention.

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    Manager Intervention Required Chapter 7: VERIFICATION OF PROGRAMMED DATA • KEY STATUS READ As for changing the key status, ask your TOSHIBA TEC repre- sentative. These are program options for each store. Ask your TOSHIBA TEC repre- sentative for information and these status changes.

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    1) Individual Department High and Low Amount Limits (each PLU is restricted by the Amount Limits of its linked department): Ask your TOSHIBA TEC representative. 2) Departments Common High and Low Amount Limits, and High Amount Limits of Tender Media keys: Chapter 7: VERIFICATION OF PROGRAMMED DATA •...

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    3. MANAGER’S OWN OPERATIONS IN “MGR” MODE The following are operations possible only in the “MGR” position of the Mode Lock, which are performed by the manager or by a person under the manager’s control. 3.1. PICK UP OPERATION This operation is used when you collect money from the ECR drawer, during the day, for the banking purpose, etc.

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    3.2. ENFORCED SIGN-OFF A CASHIER (CODE ENTRY METHOD) Each cashier signs-ON to start operations, signs-OUT for leaving the register for a while, signs-IN when comes back, and signs-OFF to end operations (refer to the OPERATOR’S GUIDE). However, when a cashier once signed-ON and then signed-OUT for taking a break does not come back (or the cashier may have operated a sign-OUT by mistake instead of a sign-OFF), the register cannot be operated.

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    4. OPERATIONS IN " Instead of using the [RTN MDSE] or [VOID] keys in the "REG" or "MGR" mode for deleting individual items, the " " mode automatically processes positive items into negative and negative into positive. To operate, turn the Mode Lock to the " "...

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    4.2. PROHIBITIVE OPERATIONS IN “ • NO-SALE ([NS]) • NO-SALE CASHING OF CHECK OR OTHER NON-CASH MEDIAS • NO-SALE EXCHANGE from Foreign Currency to Domestic Currency, or vice versa • LOAN • PICK UP • TRAINING MODE START/END • VALIDATION PRINT •...

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    5. READ (X) AND RESET (Z) REPORTS The following table shows the key operation to take each report. The “X” and “Z” reports have exactly the same print content if both are available, except that: 1. The “X” reports allow to read the sales data but not clear memories, while the “Z” reports allow to read the sales data and at the same time all the resettable memories will be cleared when the reports have been issue.

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    Daily Reports (Continued) REPORT NAME HOURLY RANGE READ AND RESET • Hourly Read • Hourly Reset DEPARTMENT READ AND RESET • Individual Department Read • All Department Read • All Department Reset ALL MEDIA SALES TOTAL AND CASH-IN-DRAWER READ PLU READ AND RESET •...

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    GT Reports -- to be taken on weekly or monthly basis -- REPORT NAME (The Mode Lock position is the same as the corresponding Daily report. However, always add 200 to the numeric value for the report taking.) FINANCIAL GT READ AND RESET •...

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    Multiple reports can be programmed to be issued is one operation sequence. The following are reports programmable for combinations (max. 5 reports in one table, max. 3 tables). Ask your TOSHIBA TEC representative for information of the contents of your Combination Report Tables or for changes.

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    GENERAL NOTES ON REPORT TAKINGS The cashier signed-OFF or signed-OUT condition is required for taking any X or Z reports in the Code Entry Method. (Otherwise, an error will result when the Mode Lock is turned to the “X” or “Z” position.) Reset reports will be printed on the receipt roll as well as on journal, and issued, regardless of the current Receipt ON/OFF status.

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    FINAL READ or RESET (Daily or GT) Mode Lock: Reset Report Format Sample TEC STORE 1343 PEACH DRIVE PHONE : 87-6437 Open 8:00am to 7:00pm Closed : every Wednesday 19-12-1994 MON #3001 Z F I N A N C I A L $346.77 NET GT $309.09...

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    (Financial Read or Reset) -- Continued -- < < CORR $1.00 VOID $1.00 < ALL VD $8.60 $2.02 < DISC $2.00 S. CPN $1.00 < $3.80 -TAX $0.22 -SALE $5.37 REG- $7.95 < TRF- $0.03 PB TL $0.00 < TXBL1 $284.98 TXBL2 $58.20...

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    CASHIER READ or RESET (Daily or GT) Mode Lock: X for read Reset Report Format Sample TEC STORE 1343 PEACH DRIVE PHONE : 87-6437 Open 8:00am to 7:00pm Closed : every Wednesday 12-19-1994 MON #3001 Z C L E R K 01 JONES $346.77 $300.48...

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    DAILY SALESPERSON READ OR RESET (all Salespersons) Mode Lock: X for read Enter 5, depress [AT/TL] Z for reset TEC STORE Reset Report Sample 1343 PEACH DRIVE PHONE : 87-6437 Open 8:00am to 7:00pm Closed : every Wednesday 12-19-1994 MON #3001 Z S L S P E R S O N 02 Stacy Person Code, Name...

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    DEPARTMENT GROUP READ (Daily or GT) (read only) Mode Lock: Enter 8, depress [AT/TL] (for Daily). Enter 208, depress [AT/TL] (for GT). TEC STORE 1343 PEACH DRIVE PHONE : 87-6437 Open 8:00am to 7:00pm Closed : every Wednesday 12-19-1994 MON #3001 X G R O U P Minor Groups: V E &...

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    DAILY MEDIA SALES AND IN-DRAWER TOTAL READ (read only) Mode Lock: X, enter 9, depress [AT/TL] TEC STORE 1343 PEACH DRIVE PHONE : 87-6437 Open 8:00am to 7:00pm Closed : every Wednesday 12-19-1994 MON #3001 X M E D I A A L L TOTAL 72CU All-media Sales Customer...

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    DEPARTMENT READ or RESET Individual Department Read (Daily or GT) Operation for this sample report: 1343 PEACH DRIVE PHONE : 87-6437 Model Lock: X Open 8:00am to 7:00pm 11 [#] (for Daily) Closed : every Wednesday 211 [#] (for GT) 12-19-1994 MON #3001 X D P I N D I V [DEPT: VEGETABLE]...

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    All Department Read or Reset (Daily or GT) Mode Lock: TEC STORE 1343 PEACH DRIVE Reset Report Sample PHONE : 87-6437 Open 8:00am to 7:00pm Closed : every Wednesday 19-12-1994 MON #3001 Department Data fl Z D P A L L Dept.

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    PLU (PLU SALES DATA) READ or RESET Individual PLU Read (Daily or GT) Mode Lock: X TEC STORE 1343 PEACH DRIVE PHONE : 87-6437 Open 8:00am to 7:00pm Closed : every Wednesday OPERATION FOR THIS SAMPLE REPORT: 12-19-1994 MON #3001 X P L U I N D I V 020102 Lemon...

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    All PLU Read or Reset (Daily or GT) Mode Lock: X or Z TEC STORE 1343 PEACH DRIVE PHONE : 87-6437 Reset Report Sample Open 8:00am to 7:00pm Closed : every Wednesday Prints data in order from lower to larger numbered PLU Code.

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    DAILY ORDER TABLE READ OR RESET (All Order Tables) (for Drive-through spec. only) Mode Lock: X for read TEC STORE 1343 PEACH DRIVE PHONE : 87-6437 Open 8:00am to 7:00pm Closed : every Wednesday 12-19-1994 MON #3001 Z O R D E R A L L Order Table No.

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    PLU GROUP SALES READ or RESET (Daily or GT) Mode Lock: TEC STORE 1343 PEACH DRIVE PHONE : 87-6437 Reset Report Format Sample Open 8:00am to 7:00pm Closed : every Wednesday 19-12-1994 MON #3001 Z P L U G R O U P VEGETABLE PLU Group Name 3.22%...

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    TOSHIBA TEC representative. However, in need of changing or adding program data, please refer to this chapter. It is also recommended to read the OPERATOR’S GUIDE as well as other chapters of the MANAGER’S GUIDE in order to thoroughly understand the descriptions in this chapter.

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    BASIC KEY FUNCTIONS AND KEYBOARD VARIATIONS IN PRO- GRAMMING OPERATIONS Basic Key Functions 1. The following are main keys and their functions to be used in programming operations: [X] or [@/FOR] ... Used to enter the program Submode No. The [X] key is usually labeled as [@/ FOR] on the ECR keyboard.

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    CHARACTER ENTRIES As already stated, there are two method of operations for character settings for names or messages: CHARACTER CODE ENTRY Method and DIRECT CHARACTER ENTRY Method. CHARACTER CODE ENTRY Method This method is to set a character by entering a Character Code and depressing the [#] key. This method is allowed only on the ECR keyboard.

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    Character Code Entry Method Character Code Table 1: Standard Characters Column Code Code " & ¢ < > ¥ – 29 – á Å é å í Ø Ø ó ø ß ú Æ • â æ Ä ê Œ Ë...

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    Character Setting Operations: • To set a regular-sized character, entry the COL (column) code and then the ROW code, followed by the [#] key. ex.) To set “%”, enter 205 and depress [#]. To set “kg”, enter 1508, and depress [#]. To set a blank instead of a character, simply depress [#] without a prior code entry, or enter 200 and depress [#].

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    Direct Character Entry Method Using Flat Keyboard (installed as the ECR Main Keyboard): (Use the special template for this purpose and insert it between the film layers covering the Flat Keyboard. This key layout is applicable to only certain submodes.) ¢...

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    Using PK-2 (PLU Keyboard; hardware option) The PK-2 is used to enter a required PLU code by simply depressing the code-preset key on the PK-2 keyboard in the REG or MGR mode. In addition, the PK-2 can be used to enter characters directly during the programming operations that require character settings, such as STORE NAME/MESSAGE AND COMMERCIAL MESSAGE PROGRAMMING, PLU TABLE PROGRAMMING, etc.

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    CONDITION REQUIRED FOR PROGRAMMING OPERATIONS At the top of each programming operation a “CONDITION” is given. Unless the register satisfies condition, the programming operations will not be allowed. There are two types of conditions: “Any time outside a sale” It means that the programming operation is allowed when a sale is finalized before going into any other sale entry.

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    STORE NAME/MESSAGE AND COMMERCIAL MESSAGE PROGRAMMING (Submode 1) Any time outside a sale CONDITION Mode Lock: SET OPERATION 1 [X] | Line No. | [ST] 1 to 4: Submode No. 5 to 7: Character Entries max. 24 characters/line (See CHARACTER ENTRIES at the beginning of this chapter.) NOTES:...

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    ex.) To program the following draft as the Store Name/Message and Commercial Message (under the option “Store Name by DOT PRINTER”): 1 3 4 3 P E A C H P H O N E O p e n 8 : 0 0 a m C l o s e d : e v e r y OPERATION:...

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    CASHIER CODE AND NAME PROGRAMMING (Submode 2) Programming Any time outside a sale CONDITION Mode Lock: SET OPERATION 2 [X] Submode No. Repeat for another cashier. [AT/TL] NOTES: 1. The following table shows the Cashier Codes that can be entered. (The capacity is determined by the RAM Allocation Setting.) Code Entry Type Cashier...

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    ex.) To program the following cashier data: Cashier Code 1: Name JONES, Status 0 (for Sale Entries) Cashier Code 2: Name SMITH, Status 0 (for Sale Entries) Cashier Code 3: Name MEAL, Status 1 (for Training Entries) Cashier Code 4: Name BROWN, Status 1 (for Training Entries) Mode Lock: SET Enter 2, depress [X].

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    Deletion After the Daily and GT Cashier’s Resets, (and his/her Sign OFF for Code Entry Type) CONDITION Mode Lock: SET OPERATION 2 [X] [ITEM CORR] Submode No. NOTES: 1. The Cashier Reset Report Count of the deleted cashier will be cleared. 2.

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    PLU TABLE PROGRAMMING (Submode 4) This submode can be operated when new PLU items are to be added, PLU program data is to be changed, or PLUs are to be deleted. Programming or Changing To program new PLUs or to change any programmed contents of PLUs except the following case: CONDITION Any time outside a sale To change the linked Department of a PLU with sales data not zero: After PLU Reset...

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    NOTES: 1) The “Address Nos” designation at the top after “4 [X]” can be skipped if not necessary. If entered, the designated Address (es) will automatically be accessed after the PLU Code designation. 2) A maximum of 1100 PLUs are programmable (varies depending on the allocation of the RAM).

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    Address No. Status 1 Selection • Enter the Status Codes 2 to 8 whose status must be set to ON side. More than one code may be entered. Enter 0 When none of the statuses should be set to ON. Status Code NOTES:...

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    ex.) To program the following PLUs: Address Address CODE Linked Dept. PLU Name Code 10101 Tomato 10102 Potato 20101 Orange 20102 Lemon 20105 Apple 30301 Beef 30302 Pork 30303 Mutton 40201 Salmon 40202 40203 Shrimp 50301 Milk-Large Pack 50302 Milk-Small Pack 50303 Nonfat-Milk Pack 50321...

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    KEY OPERATION: for programming some of the PLUs listed on the preceding page. (Presumed that the following PLUs are newly programmed.) Mode Lock: SET, enter 4, depress [X]. 10101 [PLU] 1 [ST] 1 [#] 2 [ST] Tomato [ST] (Name) 3 [ST] 100 [#] 4 [ST] 4 [#]...

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    Deletion To delete a PLU with sales data of zero: Any time outside a sale CONDITION To delete a PLU with sales data of not zero: After PLU Reset OPERATION Mode Lock: SET Individual PLU Deletion [ITEM CORR] 4 [X] Repeatable for other PLUs to be deleted.

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    PLU Programmed Data Copying This operation is used to copy the programmed data of a PLU item and to use it in programming an- other PLU item, thus eliminating time in PLU programming operation. To program new PLUs or to change any programmed contents of PLUs: CONDITION Any time outside a sale (except the following case) To change the PLU of the copy-destination with sales data not zero:...

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    TIME SETTING OR ADJUSTMENT (Submode 5) Any time outside a sale CONDITION Mode Lock: SET OPERATION 5 [@/FOR] | Hour | (0 to 23) NOTE: If an hour value of more than 23 or a minute value of more than 59 is entered, it will result in an error. The current date will not be changed by setting or adjusting the time.

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    AMOUNT LIMIT SETTING FOR FUNCTION KEYS (Submode 8) This submode sets the high amount limit in finalizing transactions by tendering through each media key and also sets the high and low amount limits in entering amount through departments. CONDITION Any time outside a sale OPERATION Mode Lock: SET 8 [@/FOR]...

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    SALESPERSON CODE AND NAME PROGRAMMING (Submode 20) By programming Salesperson Codes here, those codes may be used in sales entries. In addition, the name of each salesperson can be programmed in maximum 12 characters. Programming CONDITION Any time outside a sale Mode Lock: SET OPERATION 20 [X]...

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    Deletion After Daily Salesperson Reset CONDITION Mode Lock: SET OPERATION 20 [X] [ITEM CORR] Repeat for other salespersons to be deleted. NOTE: When a Salesperson Code is deleted in the above operation, no entries using that code will be accepted until the code is again opened in the “Programming” operation already described.

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    PLU PRESET-CODE KEY SETTING (Submode 27) When there are any keys programmed as PLU Preset-code Keys on the ECR Keyboard, and/or when the PLU Keyboard PK-2 (hardware option) is connected to the ECR, a PLU code may be preset to each of those keys in this operation.

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    NOTES: 1. The Nos 1 through 130 marked on the PK-2 Keyboard are the KEY Nos to be printed on the left side of the program receipt issued in the operation on the preceding page. If each KEY is not set with a PLU Code, the auto-preset PLU Code identical to the initial KEY No.

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    NEGATIVE AMOUNT KEY LIMIT AMOUNT SETTING (Submode 35) This submode sets the limit amount to be entered through each of the negative-amount keys [VND CPN], [STR CPN], [BTL RTN], and [DOLL DISC]. Any time outside a sale CONDITION Mode Lock: SET OPERATION 35 [@/FOR] |Key Code|...

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    SET MENU TABLE PROGRAMMING (Submode 42) This submode creates the set menu tables for PLUs with set menu status programmed in PLU TABLE PROGRAMMING (Submode No. 4). By entering the PLU programmed as a set menu PLU (main menu) in this programming, the sub-menu items are entered automatically. CONDITION Any time outside a sale Mode Lock: SET...

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    DEPARTMENT PRESET PRICE SETTING OR CHANGING A price of each department may be set or changed by this operation. Any time outside a sale CONDITION Mode Lock: SET OPERATION Repeatable for other departments. | New Preset Price | Max. 6 digits; 0 to 999999 (result;...

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    PLU PRESET PRICE SETTING OR CHANGING, WHOLE PACKAGE QUANTITY CHANGING The preset price of each PLU may be set in the PLU TABLE PROGRAMMING (Submode 4) already described. However, in setting or changing the price only but not other programmed data, the following operation will be more convenient.

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    Setting or Changing Preset Price of Split Package Pricing PLU CONDITION Any time outside a sale OPERATION Mode Lock: SET | PLU Code | [PLU] Max. 6 digits Repeatable for other PLUs ex.) To set the following preset price of PLUs: Package Q'ty PLU 20105 (Apple) OPERATION...

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    %+ AND %- PRESET RATE SETTING A preset rate may be set on each of the [%+] and [%-] keys, one independent rate for each key. Once a rate is preset, the % key will simply be depressed without a prior rate entry to activate the preset rate. If a rate is entered prior to the depression of the key, the entered rate (manual rate) will be activated instead.

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    PRESET RATE SETTING FOR SELECTIVE ITEMIZERS (SI1 and SI2) If any of [ST1/TL] (or [SI/TL]) and [SI2/TL] keys are installed on the keyboard, a preset rate may be programmed on each key. As for the functions and applications of the Selective Itemizers, refer to the description on the next page.

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    Selective Itemizer Functions and Applications The “Selective Itemizer” is a temporary total memory for each sale and is activated separately from the Main Itemizer (i.e. sale total memory). If certain Department or PLU items are programmed with the SI (selective itemizer) “net”...

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    FOREIGN CURRENCY EXCHANGE RATE SETTING In this program, the rate of each foreign currencies (corresponding to the [CUR1] to [CUR5] keys) will be set. By setting a rate on each Foreign Currency Key, reading the sale total and tendering in the foreign currency value will be possible for sale finalization.

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    ex.) To set three foreign currency rates: Domestic Currency ... U.S. $ Assigning: [CUR 1] ... French Franc [CUR 2] ... Deutsche Mark [CUR 3] ... Japanese yen Conditions given for Domestic Currency and Foreign Currencies (The rates here are merely examples.) (DOMESTIC) U.S.

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    TAX TABLE PROGRAMMING A maximum of four tables can be programmed (Tax 1, Tax 2, Tax 3, Tax 4) in accodance with installa- tion of [TX1/M], [TX2/M], [TX3/M], [TX4/M] keys. After Financial Daily Reset CONDITION Mode Lock: SET OPERATION TYPE 1: TAX 1 FULL BREAKS (COMBINATION OF NON-CYCLIC AND CYCLIC BREAKS) | Max.

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    NOTES: 1. For Tax 2, Tax 3, Tax 4 table programming, follow the same procedure in TYPE1,2, or 3 on the preceding page, using [TX2/M] or [TX3/M] or [TX4/M] instead of [TX1/M]. 2. If multiple tax tables are programmed, the Tax 1 table must be set first, then Tax 2, Tax 3 and Tax 4.

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    ex. 2) TAX 2 COMBINATION OF NON-CYCLIC BREAKS AND % RATE Tax Table Amount Renge Tax Levied $0.00 to $ 0.09 0¢ $0.10 to $ 0.29 1¢ $0.30 to $0.59 2¢ $0.60 to $0.84 3¢ $0.85 to $1.12 4¢ ... “A” Break 5% is applied to any amount exceeding the “A”...

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    GST RATE SETTING This operation sets the rate of GST (Goods and Service Tax) in CANADA. Any time outside a sale CONDITION Mode Lock: SET OPERATION | GST Rate | 0.01 to 99.99 (%) (Use the [ . ] key if the decimal portion is contained.) To reset the rate once set: Mode Lock: SET Enter 0, depress the [GST/M]...

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    STORE/REGISTER NO. SETTING A maximum of 6 digits may be set as ID No. for the store and/or register. And once set, it will be printed on every receipt and every transaction on journal. Any time outside a sale CONDITION Mode Lock: SET OPERATION | Store/Register No.

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    VERIFICATION OF PROGRAMMED DATA The programmed data entered in the preceding chapter can be read for verification purposes. The print format of each program reading is almost the same as on the program receipt, except that “PX” and a 3-digit number are printed instead of printing “P” and a 2-digit number. CONDITION Any time outside a sale OPERATION...

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    Tax Calculation Test Any time outside a sale CONDITION Mode Lock: X or SET OPERATION Enter any amount. Displays the entered amount. NOTE: The print or non-print status of each calculated tax amount can be programmed. Depress [TXBL TL] Displays the tax amount (Tax 1 + Tax 2 + Tax 3 + Tax 4) is displayed, issuing a receipt such as below.

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