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Workstation Operating
Instructions
5000 Series Version 4.0
Model No. JS-500WS
Please read this manual carefully and keep this
documentation in a safe place for future referene
OP500V4
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    Workstation Operating Instructions 5000 Series Version 4.0 Model No. JS-500WS Please read this manual carefully and keep this documentation in a safe place for future referene OP500V4 0698-2...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    All Void/Cancel ......... . . 2-25 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    Applications ............3-1 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Manager Override ..........4-3 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Calculation Tables ..........4-101 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Index ............. . 6-1 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    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. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Acknowledgements Panasonic® is a registered trademark of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. Other brands and their products are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders and should be noted as such. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    DISCLAIMER Disclaimer The information presented in this document is subject to change without notice. Panasonic reserves the right to make changes to this material, and shall not be held responsible for any damages which may result from reliance on this material.

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    It also contains lead in some components. Disposal of these materials may be regulated in your community due to environmental considerations. For disposal or recycling information, please contact your local authorities, or the Electronics Industries Alliance: <http://www.eiae.org.> Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 12: Using This Manual

    This manual is provided as an aid to everyone who operates the 5000 Series workstations, including managers, servers, bartenders, and cashiers. You should read this manual before operating your 5000 Series System, and then use it as a reference when you have a question about a particular operation.

  • Page 14: System Overview

    Keylock The 5000 Series has five keylock positions that determine the workstation operating mode. In normal daily operations, for example, you turn the keylock to REG Mode. For manager operations, you turn the keylock to MGR Mode. The keylock positions are accessed by three different keys: REG, MGR, and PRG.

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    System Open. All daily reports taken from this menu are reset to zero. PTD (Period-to-Date) Reports The 5000 Series System stores totals by period. Use this report period for a weekly or monthly account of your report totals. X2 report menus allow you to read the totals and Z2 menus allow you to reset the totals at the end of the period.

  • Page 16: Screen Appearance

    You can press any key on your keyboard to reactivate the display. You can disable the Screen Saver if you prefer not to use it. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 17: Specifications

    • Person # Tracking separates items by person or seat to help simplify serving and separate check handling. • Preset, Open, Coded, and Subtracting PLUs are available to expedite item registration. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    • Coupon search helps ensure that appropriate coupons are entered for the coupon registered. • Promo functions allow you to register an item free of charge for special complimentary orders. • Drawer A or B assignment can be selected by cashier. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    • Menu screens provide lists of available reports and prompts for required entries to help simplify procedures. • A keystroke-initiated Alphanumeric Keyboard helps simplify description entries within your programs. • System-wide and Individual workstation report selections give you report flexibility. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    • Variance and Efficiency calculations and food cost percentages by ingredient, help you monitor restaurant food costs. • Food Cost report provides cost information by menu item to help you evaluate item pricing. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    Product Mix on the CRT (6 channels per system). • Include a Multi-day Polling Buffer. • Contain LAN Manager functions for consolidation and reporting. • Speed of Service Report from K.V.S. • Time Activated macros. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 22: System Options

    • A Scale is available, via RS-232C, to give you improved control over bulk item registration. • Coin Dispensers can be added, via RS-232C, to expedite change handling. • Additional Cash Drawers can be added to support a two-drawer system. • Magnetic Card Reader Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 23: Sample Guest Check

    ---Charge Tip 5.00 AMEX 37.22 ---Payment Tendered Note: The Balance and Check Paid totals include sales tax, where applicable. Final tax is calculated at Check Print and at Check Paid. 1-10 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 24: Workstation Keys

    You also use it to escape from any of the programs or routines. The $5 Speed Tendering key closes a transaction for which a five dollar bill is tendered as payment. Additional speed-tendering keys are available ($1, $20, $50, etc.). Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 1-11...

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    If you are using a soft-check system, you can use the CHECK PRINT key to get a CHECK complete, concise account of the customer transaction. This soft check can then be PRINT presented to the customer for payment. 1-12 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    You can use the DELETE key to void an item from a previous cash (non-guest check) transaction. Time tracing can be enabled for this key to help you update the Delete appropriate time report totals. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 1-13...

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    JRNL The JOURNAL FEED key advances the paper in your workstation or system FEED journal printer. Each depression of this key advances the journal tape one line. 1-14 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    Use the # to enter an account or reference number. If your Magnetic Card Reader cannot read the account number on a worn credit card, you can use this key to manually input the number. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 1-15...

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    RECEIPT ISSUE triggers a receipt, upon request. This key is most often used in RCPT situations where the receipt is normally turned off. Press this key at the end of a ISSUE transaction to generate a receipt for the order just finalized. 1-16 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    TAX SHIFT reverses the programmed tax status of the item it precedes. Your system may be programmed with as many as three tax shift keys, labeled to match SHIFT the tax table they are affecting. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 1-17...

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    VOID registered in previous service transactions may be allowed. Use the SPECIAL PRICE key to enter an open amount to a preset PLU. SPCL PRICE 1-18 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 32: Operator Procedures

    Overview The procedures in this section are normally available to everyone who operates the Panasonic 5000 Series workstations. This includes cashiers, servers, bartenders, supervisors, and everyone who registers customer transactions. All of the procedures in this section are performed with the keylock in REG Mode, unless otherwise noted.

  • Page 33: Cashier Log-on & Log-off

    (or ask the manager to turn) the keylock to MGR Mode before you press the cashier key. DAVE 11:15 LVL1 DAVE The cashier name appears here after log-on. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    If, no one will operate the workstation after you leave, or if you are leaving the workstation for a period of time, you log-off with the following procedure: Press the CSHR key. Enter zero (0). Press the CSHR key again. CSHR CSHR Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 35: Server Log-on & Log-off

    Server Log-On & Log-Off Server Log-On & Log-Off The 5000 Series tracks the sales activity of each server who operates the system. In most instances, servers identify themselves at the beginning of each transaction. It is, however, possible to have the server number stay in the system until you log it off.

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    SERVER to log off of the workstation. If you are using secret server numbers or an employee card for log-on, press the SERVER key. Enter zero (0), then press SERVER again to log off of the workstation. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 37: Destination Keys

    The system automatically calculates any special taxes for the destination. -or- TAKE -or- DRIVE THRU 11:15 LVL1 REG #003 EAT IN DAVE The Destination you selected displays below the REG Mode message Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 38: Table #

    In a check tracking environment, you may use the table number to open a customer guest check. This last type of table number entry is described in the Applications Section of this manual. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 39: Cover Count

    Enter the new number of guests and press the # GUEST key. If, for example, you start the check with two guests, and two more guests join them, enter '4' and press the # GUESTS key. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 40: Person #

    If your entry is too low, or if additional guests join the party before the transaction is finalized, you can increase the count (so you can increase the person numbers). Enter the new number of guests and press the # GUEST key. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 41: Plu Menu Items

    Enter the number (quantity) of like items you are registering, then press the item. For example, if you enter '4 NY STRIP', you register four NY Strips. quantity STRIP 2-10 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    First, enter the quantity of like items you are registering. Press the @ key. Enter the number of the Coded PLU, then press PLU. quantity PLU # Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-11...

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    Press the @ key. Enter the unit price, then press the Open PLU key. (In the example, the Open PLU key is labelled "MISC".) quantity price MISC 2-12 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    The screen displays the item. Its cost is based on the weight multiplied by the unit price you enter. 5.25LB @ 11:15 LVL1 CANDY 3.95 TABLE #GST2 #003 TOTL 2.34 DAVE Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-13...

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    Preset PLU key. The item price is based on the weight and the preset price per pound. 1 SALAD 3.47 11:15 LVL1 TABLE #GST2 #003 TOTL 3.60 DAVE 2-14 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 46: Tare Weight

    If you normally use automatic tares, and the customer uses an atypical container with his selection, you can also use the following procedure to manually enter the alternate tare weight. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-15...

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    If the PLU key is open, enter the weight and press @. Enter the unit price of the item and press the Open PLU key. In the following example, the weight is 2.5 lbs. The Open PLU key is "Candy". SCALE price CANDY 2-16 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 48: Plu Shift Keys

    Note: To register multiple quantities of the same item, you can use the multiplication feature. Enter the quantity you must register. Press the appropriate shift key, then press the item. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-17...

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    In these examples, "LARGE" and "CHEESE" are Shift keys, and "PAN PIZZA" is the item. CHEZ PIZZA LARGE CHEZ PIZZA CHEZ LARGE PIZZA All of these sequences register the same item: a Large Cheese Pan Pizza. 2-18 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 50: Preparation Instructions

    Step 2. If a list does not display, go to Step 3. STRIP *RARE 11:15 LVL1 *M-RARE TABLE #GST2 *MEDIUM #003 *M-WELL *WELL TOTL 9.40 DAVE Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-19...

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    PLU, enter its PLU number and press the PLU key. -or- RARE PLU # Your selection displays immediately below the item to which it was applied. 1 NY STRIP 8.95 11:15 LVL1 *RARE TABLE #GST2 #003 TOTL 9.40 DAVE 2-20 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 52: Condiments

    Step 2. If your screen does not display a list of condiments, go to Step 3. HOUSE SALAD If it has been enabled in your program, your screen displays a list of condiments associated with your selection. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-21...

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    If it is listed on your keyboard, press the appropriate condiment key. If your selection is a coded PLU, enter its PLU number and press the PLU key. -or- RANCH PLU # 2-22 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 54: Error Correction

    Generally, to void an item, you first press CLEAR. Press VOID, then re-enter the item with the same sequence you originally used. Examples of Previous Item Void with various types of items are provided next. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-23...

  • Page 55: Cursor Voids

    Item Void procedure, the well-done NY Strip will be voided. To erase the first (Rare) NY Strip, you can use the Cursor Void procedure described next. 1 NY STRIP 8.95 11:15 LVL1 *RARE TABLE #GST2 1 NY STRIP 8.95 #003 *WELL TOTL 18.80 DAVE 2-24 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 56: All Void/cancel

    This entry helps adjust the time totals for a more accurate account of daily activity. Deletions are not allowed within a guest check transaction. Use the following procedure in a cash (non-guest check) transaction only. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-25...

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    (or other payment key) CASH Note: If you normally press Subtotal, Eat-In, Take-Out, etc., before a payment key, you must also use them for the Delete transaction. Delete with Time Tracking 2-26 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    Check #15, then perform the return. After you close the check, however, you cannot recall it for a return. The procedure for Returns varies. Generally, you press RETURN, then re-enter the item Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-27...

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    If your coupons are preset (programmed with a preset amount), use the following procedure to register a coupon. Before you attempt to enter the coupon, however, make sure you enter the item to which it applies. 2-28 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    If your coupon was accepted, it shows on the first available line of your screen. If a "Non- eligible" (or similar) message displays, make sure you registered the item to which the coupon applies. Your manager can confirm whether or not the coupon has been Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-29...

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    If you get a "HALO" (High Amount Lock-Out) message, you have entered an amount too high for this coupon entry. 1 HAM& CHZ 6.95 11:15 LVL1 1 -HAMCOUP - .95 TABLE #GST2 #003 TOTL 6.24 DAVE 2-30 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    To display the discountable subtotal, press DISC SBTL. When the subtotal displays, you can press CLEAR to erase the subtotal. See the Universal % Key procedures for additional uses for this key. DISC SBTL Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-31...

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    If some of your restaurant items are not discountable, you must use the DISC SBTL (Discount Subtotal) key before the discount. This key decides how much of the transaction is discountable, so the correct discount can be calculated. 2-32 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    Use this procedure to apply a discount to all items you entered in the transaction. Enter all items ordered. Press SBTL (Subtotal). Enter the amount of the discount. Press the Discount key. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-33...

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    SBTL CHRG Note: Your Subtotal Surcharges can be set up to require manager authorization. If so, the keylock must be turned to MGR Mode before you press the SURCHARGE key. 2-34 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    Press the SURCHARGE key. This example shows a 15% item surcharge. PRIME CHRG Subtotal: Subtotal Surcharges apply to all items entered in the transaction. Enter all of the items ordered. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-35...

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    SRCH FRIES SAND SBTL CHRG Note: This procedure can require manager authorization. If "Call Manager" displays, you must turn the keylock to MGR Mode before you press the SURCHARGE key. 2-36 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 68

    Your screen shows the promo by placing an asterisk next to the item quantity. The item price reflects the promo, as shown here. 1*TEA 11:15 LVL1 1 SALAD 2.95 TABLE #GST2 #003 TOTL 3.10 DAVE Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-37...

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    If your restaurant offers a Buy-one, Get-one-free special, you can use PROMO to enter the special price. 1. Enter the items at their original price. 2. Promo half of the order, as shown here..PROMO 2-38 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    If, for example, a $10.00 limit is set, you cannot enter a gift certificate value higher than $10.00. If you see a "HALO" (High Amount Lock-Out) or similar error message, you entered an amount too high. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-39...

  • Page 71

    If a "HALO" (High Amount Lock-Out) error message displays, you have attempted to enter an amount too high for this key. If necessary, your manager can override this limit by turning the keylock to MGR Mode. 2-40 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 72

    Split tendering (where part of the transaction is paid with a credit card and part with cash) is possible after a Charge Tip entry. You must, however, enter the charge portion of the payment first, then enter the remaining amount on the CASH key. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-41...

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    Some examples of Tax Shifting are provided below. Note: To display the transaction total without tax, you can press TAX SHIFT, SUBTOTAL. STIR Preset PLU: SHIFT OPEN Coded PLU #15: SHIFT Payment: AMEX SHIFT 2-42 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    CASH to close the transaction. CASH Note: If "Enter Amount" displays, this procedure has been disabled for your system. You must use the Amount Tender procedure, described below. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-43...

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    Amount Tender: If your check key requires an amount entry, or the customer writes a check for more than the amount owed, use this procedure. Enter the amount of the check. 2-44 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    Partial Payment procedure. Enter the amount being paid with a credit card. Run the credit card through the Magnetic Card Reader. The amount still due Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-45...

  • Page 77

    The $4.00 is automatically treated as a charge tip. Enter the final credit card amount (including your tip). Press the appropriate credit card key. [ credit card total ] MASTER CARD 2-46 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 78

    To save space on your keyboard, your system may be programmed with a coded charge or "Charge Look-Up" key. With this procedure, a single key accesses all the credit cards your restaurant accepts. Refer to the procedure you need for your transaction. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-47...

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    Enter the code number associated with the credit card. Press @. Enter the amount being paid with this credit card. Press CHARGE LOOK-UP. 2-48 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    Enter the customer's account number (1-16 digits). Press ACCT #. Enter the credit card number you need. Press CHARGE LOOK-UP. [ account # ] ACCT [ credit card # ] CHRG LK-UP Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-49...

  • Page 81

    When you press the RATE # key, the first five exchange rates and numbers display. You can press RATE #, as often as needed, until the rate you need displays. Enter the number associated with the exchange rate you need. 2-50 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    2.5000 --Exchange Rate EXTL 35.65 --Converted Total EXCH 40.00 --Tender (Foreign Currency) CASH 16.00 --Tender (Local Currency) CHNG 1.74 --Change (Local Currency) CSHR JOHNNY #119 APR. 1'94 0001 No0209 15:50 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-51...

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    RATE 2.5000 --Exchange Rate EXTL 79.78 --Converted Total EXCH 80.00 --Tender (Foreign Currency) CASH 32.00 --Tender (Local Currency) CHNG --Change (Local Currency) CSHR EDDIE #120 APR. 1'94 0001 No0209 15:50 2-52 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 84

    RCPT ISSUE after the transaction is finished. You can also print a receipt to confirm the items you entered. To print a receipt for your last transaction, press RCPT ISSUE. RCPT ISSUE Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-53...

  • Page 85

    Press CASH again. Repeat as often as needed. When all amounts are entered, press R/A to finalize the procedure. [ amount received ] → CASH [ amount received ] → CASH 2-54 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 86

    If you have multiple P/O entries, you can enter all of them at the same time. Press the P/O key to start the procedure. Enter the first amount. Press CASH. Enter the next amount. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-55...

  • Page 87

    Press CASH. Repeat as needed. When all of the amounts have been subtracted, press P/O to finalize your entry. [amount paid out] → CASH [amount paid out] → CASH [amount paid out] → CASH [amount paid out] CASH 2-56 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 88

    [ job code # ] Note: If you use employee cards, press CLOCK IN and run your card through the Magnetic Card Reader. Enter the job code number and press CLOCK IN. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-57...

  • Page 89

    ** BREAK OUT ** #002 STEVE JOB 1 CSHR #1 NOV.15'94 0001 No1836 11:15 #01 Return from Break Enter your employee number. Press CLOCK IN. Enter your job code number, if required. 2-58 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 90

    [ employee # ] [ verify information ] Note: If you use employee cards, press CLOCK OUT. Run your card through the Magnetic Card Reader. Then press CLOCK OUT again. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 2-59...

  • Page 91

    OPERATOR PROCEDURES Time & Attendance PANASONIC 5000 *** TIME OUT *** #002 STEVE 08:59--11:15 B 11:30--13:00 13:30--18:00 008.26H TOTL 8.26H .00H TIPS CSHR #1 NOV.15'94 0001 No1844 18:00 #01 2-60 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 92: Applications

    Applications Overview The flexibility of the Panasonic 5000 system allows transaction sequences to be tailored to your operational guidelines. For example, your system can be set up to track customer balances by guest check number or by table number. Or, if your operations are better suited for it, your system can automatically assign the check numbers for you.

  • Page 93: Starting A Guest Check

    For example, if you start a check with two guests, and two more guests join the party, enter 4 and press # GUEST when you recall the check. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 94: New Check Assignment

    When you press the New Check key, the system issues check numbers in sequential order. (Make sure your server number is logged onto the system and you have already entered the guest count and table number, if required.) Press the NEW CHECK key. CHECK Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 95

    The phone number appears on your screen, below the time. You can now enter the items ordered. When all items are entered, use the Service procedure to store the customer's order. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 96: Person Numbers & Seat Numbers

    Person #2, and Person #3, but you can enter any three seat numbers. Note: You can enter up to sixteen person numbers (Person #1-Person #16) or up to sixteen seat numbers per guest check. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 97: Servicing A New Check

    You can have up to two Service keys (for direct access service) or you can have a single Coded Service key. Refer to the procedure used for your system. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 98: Direct Access Service

    Press SERVICE. If your checks are printed on a slip printer, place the guest check in the printer before you press SERVICE. [ service # ] SERVICE Note: If you press the SERVICE key without entering a number, the transaction is applied to Service 1. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 99: New Check Procedure Summary

    Enter the items ordered. [ items ] Repeat Steps 5 and 6, as needed. Press SERVICE. SERVICE Note: If you use hard-copy guest checks, place the check in the printer before you press SERVICE. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 100: Operator-assigned Guest Checks

    Repeat Steps 6 and 7, as needed. Press SERVICE. SERVICE Note: If your checks are printed on a hard-copy guest check, place the check in the printer before you press the SERVICE key. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 101: Phone Number-assigned Guest Checks

    Enter the items ordered. [ items ] Press SERVICE. SERVICE Note: If your checks are printed on a hard-copy guest check, place the check in the printer before you press the SERVICE key. 3-10 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 102: Recalling A Guest Check

    Service to store the new guest check balance. Using the Magnetic Card Reader to Recall a Check Press PREV BAL. Swipe the card through the reader. PREV [ Swipe Card ] Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 3-11...

  • Page 103: Previous Item Display

    #2. 311 displays the items for Person #11, etc. The screen shows five items at a time. You can press MENU LOOK-UP, as often as needed, to scroll through the items. 3-12 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 104

    See the Check Print procedure when you are ready to print the check. See the Check Payment procedure when you are ready to pay the check. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 3-13...

  • Page 105: Check Recall Procedure Summary

    Repeat Steps 4 and 5, as needed. Press SERVICE. SERVICE Note: If your checks are printed on a hard-copy guest check, place the check in the printer before you press the SERVICE key. 3-14 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 106: Printing A Guest Check

    Check Print receipt. If enabled, this credit approval appears every time you print a check. A sample of a Check Print with the approval message is provided on the next page. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 3-15...

  • Page 107: Multiple Check Print

    [ check # ] SERVICE PRINT PRINT Note: This procedure consolidates only the printed check balances. You must also consolidate the balances at Check Paid. See the Multiple Check Paid procedure. 3-16 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 108: Direct Check Print

    Make sure your server number is entered. Enter the number of the check. Press CHECK PRINT. Enter the number of the person whose balance you must print. Press PRSN #. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 3-17...

  • Page 109

    Enter the check number. Press CHECK PRINT. Enter the number of the first person. Press PRSN #. Press CONT (Continue) to go to the next person. Enter the next person number. 3-18 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 110

    Press PRSN #. Repeat for each person whose balance you need to combine. When all person numbers are entered, press SERVICE. PRSN [ person # ] . . . CHECK PRSN SERVICE [ check # ] [ person # ] PRINT Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 3-19...

  • Page 111: Paying A Guest Check

    When you are ready to close the check, press the appropriate payment key. Some sample Check Paid transactions are provided here. CHECK [ check # ] [ amt. tendered ] CASH PAID 3-20 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 112: Multiple Checks Paid

    Notice, when you link Guest Checks, the items for each Guest Check are not retained. Also, the items for each Guest Check do not print at Check Print or Check Paid. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 3-21...

  • Page 113: Direct Check Paid

    Check Paid. You can, for example, close the balance of a single person on the check (and leave the remaining balances open). Or you can close the balances of two or more persons at a time. These procedures are described below. 3-22 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 114

    Make sure your server number is entered. Enter the check number. Press CHECK PAID. Enter the number of the first person who is leaving. Press PRSN #. Enter the next person number. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 3-23...

  • Page 115: Check Paid Procedure Summary

    Enter the charge tip (where applicable) [ tip amount ] Enter the amount tendered, if required. [ amount tendered ] Press the appropriate payment key. (or other payment) CASH VISA 3-24 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 116: Check Paid Via Magnetic Card Reader

    You indicate you want to pay the check, swipe the Guest Check Card and then press the media key you intend to use for payment. CHECK CASH PAID [ Swipe Card ] Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 3-25...

  • Page 117: Manager Operations

    Server Transfer, Server Close, Daily Programs, and Reports. All procedures are performed with the keylock in MGR Mode, as noted throughout the explanations. If you need information about the MGR Mode Programming selection, please see the Manager Programming section of this manual. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 118: Manager Log-on

    (while in REG Mode), then perform the part of the transaction that requires manager authorization. Remember to log the cashier back on when you finish the manager compulsory part of the transaction. For more details, see the Manager Override procedure. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 119: Manager Override

    "Call Manager" message. Leave the keylock in REG Mode, then log on your manager number. Perform the part of the transaction that requires manager approval. Log the cashier back onto the system. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 120: Selecting Options Within Manager Mode

    Training Mode. To select an option from this "submenu", enter the option number and press CASH. Repeat until you reach the option you need. Whenever you want to escape from a menu, press CASH. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 121: Training Mode

    If "Enter Manager" displays, you must enter a valid manager number before you can select this option. (See Manager Log-on). 11:15 LVL1 *** TRAINING *** REGISTER TRAINING JOHN Select Training Mode. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 122: Turning Off Training Mode

    Select Training Mode. The Training Mode menu, shown here, is displayed. CASH Note: If "Enter Manager" displays, you must enter a valid manager number before you can continue. (See Manager Log-on). 11:15 LVL1 *** TRAINING *** REGISTER TRAINING JOHN Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 123: Accounting Functions

    Turn the keylock to MGR Mode. The MGR Mode menu displays. Select the X (& PRGM) option. Your screen advances to the X1 Mode menu. An example of this menu is shown below. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 124

    The option names on your screen may vary from the above example. Options 1 and 2 (on the above example, "R/A" and "R/A 2") are both types of Received-on-Account functions. Select the option you need. CASH Enter the amount you received. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 125: Paid-out

    STOREWIDE REPORT 11:15 LVL1 TERMINAL REPORT *** X1 MODE *** & TIME CLOCK DATA EDIT PROGRAM SERVER TRANSFER PAUL Note: The option names on your screen may vary from the example shown. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 126

    CASH. To escape from this screen, press CASH. Press CASH once to return to the X1 Mode menu. Press it again to return to the MGR Mode menu. CASH CASH 4-10 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 127: Deposits

    PICK-UP DEPOSIT TENDER CORRECT ANDY Note: The option names on your screen may vary from the above example. Select the Deposit option. Your screen advances to the Deposit menu. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-11...

  • Page 128

    CASH to go back to the X1 Mode menu. Press CASH again to go back to the MGR Mode menu. [ verify your entries ] CASH CASH 4-12 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 129: Tender Correction

    (LINE#) CSHR - (CORR AMT) CASH CORR AMT FROM GEORGE Position the cursor on the Correction Amount (CORR AMT) line. Enter the dollar amount entered on the wrong payment key. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-13...

  • Page 130

    CASH Note: The amount you entered is transferred to the correct payment key. Your system displays the Manager Mode menu. Stay in the menu or turn the keylock, as needed. 4-14 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 131: Time Clock Editing

    The screen advances to the Time Clock Edit/Review Menu, shown next. 11:15 LVL1 ** TIME EDIT/REVIEW ** DAILY EDIT WEEKLY EDIT PERIOD EDIT GEORGE Note: To escape from Time Edit, press CASH now. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-15...

  • Page 132

    To change the job code assignment, go to step 6. To change a time entry, enter the new time. Press the CLOCK IN, CLOCK OUT, or BREAK key (depending upon the entry you are changing). Clock-in change: CLOCK [ new time ] -or- 4-16 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 133

    DAILY EDIT Employee #-- --Type of Change #001 Correction-- (Clock-In) 09:00 -> 08:00 Employee #-- #001 --Type of Change Correction-- JOB#02 -> JOB#01 (Job Code) JACK JULY 4'94 0001 No0246 13:35 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-17...

  • Page 134: Weekly Time Clock Edits

    ** TIME EDIT/REVIEW ** DAILY EDIT WEEKLY EDIT N CASH PERIOD EDIT GEORGE Select Weekly Edit. CASH Enter the number of the employee whose hours you need to change. The screen 4-18 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 135

    Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each correction you need to enter for this employee's weekly totals. An asterisk (*) notes your corrections on the Timekeeping Report. Repeat Steps 3 through 6 for each employee who has weekly hours you must Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-19...

  • Page 136: Monthly Time Clock Edits

    Select the Time Clock Data Review/Edit option. CASH CASH The screen advances to the Time Clock Edit/Review menu, shown next. 11:15 LVL1 ** TIME EDIT/REVIEW ** DAILY EDIT WEEKLY EDIT PERIOD EDIT GEORGE Select Period Edit. 4-20 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 137

    CLOCK [ correct # hours ] - or - Overtime: CLOCK [ correct # hours ] Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for each correction you must enter for this employee's Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-21...

  • Page 138: Server Transfer

    Enter the number of the guest check to be transferred. Press the CHECK # (or Check Recall or PB) key. CHECK [ original server #] [ guest check # ] The current check balance displays. 4-22 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 139

    Turn the keylock to the MGR Mode. The MGR Mode menu displays. Use the following sequence to select the Server Transfer option. CASH CASH The Server Transfer screen displays. An example of this screen is shown next. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-23...

  • Page 140

    To transfer all open checks assigned to this server, you can use '1' for the lowest check number and '99999999' for the highest check number. Enter the number of the last check to be transferred. Press the CHECK # (Check Recall) key. 4-24 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 141: Server Close

    Or just continue to the steps below. Turn your keylock to MGR Mode. Use the following sequence to go into the Server Close menu, shown here. CASH CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-25...

  • Page 142

    You should close or transfer the checks before continuing. CASH If it is enabled, the Tip Declaration screen now displays. If the Tip Declaration screen does not display, go to Step 9. 4-26 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 143

    Repeat Step 7, if necessary. Verify your entries and make any necessary changes. If everything is correct, press CASH to start the report. CASH Press CASH to leave the Server Close menu. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-27...

  • Page 144: X1 Mode Programs

    MIKE Select the X (& PRGM) option. If an "Enter Manager" message displays, you must enter your manager number before continuing. (See the Manager Log-on procedure in this section.) CASH 4-28 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 145

    SERVER DISABLE GCK # START PAUL Select the PLU Shift Level program. Your screen displays the PLU Shift Level menu. The current shift level setting also displays for reference. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-29...

  • Page 146: Multiple Price Levels

    You use the System Flags to establish the price time ranges. (System Flags 310-322) The fields added to the PLU file prevent you from downlining the data for MR2.1/2.5. 4-30 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 147: Starting Order #

    11:15 LVL1 TERMINAL REPORT *** X1 MODE *** & TIME CLOCK DATA EDIT PROGRAM SERVER TRANSFER PAUL Select the Program option. CASH Select the Starting Order # Program (Program 2). CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-31...

  • Page 148

    Press CASH to return to the X1 Mode menu. You can remain in this menu to select another X1 Mode function, if necessary. CASH Press CASH a second time to return to the MGR Mode menu. CASH 4-32 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 149: Remote Steering

    11:15 LVL1 ORDER # START ** X1 PROGRAM ** REMOTE STEERING DRAWER ASSIGN SERVER DISABLE GCK # START PAUL Select Remote Steering. The screen advances to the menu shown next. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-33...

  • Page 150

    If, for example, Steer Flag 1 should report to Printer 2, enter '82' in the last position (F). Enter 1-20 for Shared Printer (W/S #). Enter 81-88 for Remote Printer (Printer #). 4-34 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 151: Drawer Assignment

    In a two-drawer system, you use X1 Mode Program 4 to assign the drawer to a cashier. When the cashier logs on, the system checks this program to determine which drawer is activated. Use this procedure for drawer assignment. Turn the keylock to MGR Mode. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-35...

  • Page 152

    DRAWER ASSIGN SERVER DISABLE GCK # START PAUL Select the Drawer Assignment option. CASH Enter the number of the cashier you are assigning. Press CSHR. CSHR [ cashier # ] 4-36 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 153

    When you are ready to leave this program, press CASH. You can select another X1 Mode program, if necessary. CASH Press CASH when you are ready to return to MGR Mode. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-37...

  • Page 154: Server Disable

    Server Disable menu. CASH Enter the number of the server whose status you need to change. Your screen advances to the menu shown on the next page. [ server # ] CSHR 4-38 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 155

    Repeat Steps 5 and 6 for each server whose status you must change. Press CASH to return to the X1 Mode menu. CASH Press CASH again to return to the MGR Mode menu. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-39...

  • Page 156: Starting Guest Check Number

    ORDER # START ** X1 PROGRAM ** REMOTE STEERING DRAWER ASSIGN SERVER DISABLE GCK # START PAUL Select the Starting Guest Check program. Your screen displays the Starting Guest Check Number menu. 4-40 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 157

    Make sure there are no open guest checks. [ starting check # ] CASH Press CASH to exit to the X1 Mode Menu. CASH Press CASH again to exit to the MGR Mode menu. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-41...

  • Page 158: Inventory

    Use these steps to access Inventory Data Input. CASH CASH Enter the number of the ingredient for which you are entering Actual Inventory. Press CSHR. [ ingredient # ] CSHR 4-42 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 159

    To change your entry, enter the correct amount and press CASH. CASH To print a report of your entry, use the following sequence. If not, go to step 8. CASH To leave the Inventory screen, press CASH. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-43...

  • Page 160: Receipts

    ACT INV 0000.00 RECEIPT 0000.00 (ING#) CSHR TRNS IN 0000.00 (MENU#) SBTL TRNS OUT 0000.00 (Q'TY) CASH WASTE 0000.00 PAUL Move the cursor to the Receipt line (Line 2). SBTL 4-44 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 161

    To leave this menu, press CASH. CASH Report your inventory adjustments, or exit to the X1 Mode Menu. -or- CASH CASH Press CASH again to return to MGR Mode. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-45...

  • Page 162: Transfer-in

    ACT INV 0000.00 RECEIPT 0000.00 (ING#) CSHR TRNS IN 0000.00 (MENU#) SBTL TRNS OUT 0000.00 (Q'TY) CASH WASTE 0000.00 PAUL Move the cursor to the Transfer In line (line 3). SBTL 4-46 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 163

    Press VOID, then press CASH. CASH Report your inventory adjustments or exit to the X1 Mode Menu. -or- CASH CASH Press CASH again to return to MGR Mode. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-47...

  • Page 164: Transfer-out

    ACT INV 0000.00 RECEIPT 0000.00 (ING#) CSHR TRNS IN 0000.00 (MENU#) SBTL TRNS OUT 0000.00 (Q'TY) CASH WASTE 0000.00 PAUL Move the cursor to the Transfer Out line (line 4). 4-48 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 165

    Enter the incorrect quantity. Press VOID, then press CASH. CASH Report your inventory adjustments or exit to the X1 Mode Menu. -or- CASH CASH Press CASH again to return to MGR Mode. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-49...

  • Page 166: Raw Waste

    [ ingredient # ] CSHR ING# CHICKEN 23:15 LVL1 ** INVENTORY ** ACT INV 0000.00 RECEIPT 0000.00 (ING#) CSHR TRNS IN 0000.00 (MENU#) SBTL TRNS OUT 0000.00 (Q'TY) CASH WASTE 0000.00 PAUL 4-50 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 167

    VOID. Then press CASH. CASH Report the inventory adjustments or exit to the X1 Mode Menu. -or- CASH CASH Press CASH again to return to MGR Mode. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-51...

  • Page 168: Inventory Notes

    Actual Inventory entered during System Open is reported in the BEGIN total, as shown above. Receipts update the RCPT total and increase the Shelf count. #001 STEAK BEGIN 1000.00 Receipts RECPT 100.00 SHELF 1100.00 4-52 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 169

    1000.00 RECPT 100.00 TR/IN 50.00 TR/OT -25.00 WASTE -10.00 Theoretical T-USE 5.00 Usage SHELF 1110.00 These formulas are used for inventory calculations: T-USE = QUANTITY OF RECIPES x NET SCALE Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-53...

  • Page 170

    (5.00 ÷ 7.00) x 100 = 71.42 --------------------------- (Efficiency) BEGIN = Actual Inventory (if input during System Close). BEGIN = Shelf (if Actual Inventory is NOT input at System Close). 4-54 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 171: Reports

    Report option lets you report the totals of a single workstation from another workstation. The charts on the following pages list the available reports. You can also get a list of the reports on each of the menu screens. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-55...

  • Page 172: Report Summary Chart

    -- -- -- -- -- 12 Food Cost* -- -- -- -- -- 13 Inventory* -- -- -- -- Note: Reports with an asterisk (*) are only available at the System Master. 4-56 Panasonic 5000 Version 3.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 173

    97 Tandem 97** 98 Tandem 98** 99 Tandem 99** Note: Reports with an asterisk (*) are only available at the System Master. Tandem availability depends on the reports included in the command. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-57...

  • Page 174: Report Key Sequences

    If additional information is needed for the report you selected, the screen lists your choices. [ report # ] CASH When the report is finished, press CASH to leave the menu. CASH 4-58 Panasonic 5000 Version 3.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 175

    (such as a server number, cashier number, etc.) is needed, the screen waits until you enter the required information. [ report # ] CASH When the report is finished, press CASH to leave the menu. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-59...

  • Page 176

    (server number, PLU number, etc.). [ report # ] CASH Press CASH when you are ready to leave this menu. CASH 4-60 Panasonic 5000 Version 3.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 177

    CASH. If additional information is needed, the screen waits until you enter the required data (PLU #, Cashier #, etc.). [ report # ] CASH When the report is finished, press CASH to leave this menu. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-61...

  • Page 178

    If the report needs additional information (such as a server number, PLU number, etc.), the screen waits until you enter the needed selection. [ report # ] CASH When the report finishes, press CASH to leave this menu. CASH 4-62 Panasonic 5000 Version 3.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 179

    Not all reports listed on the Z1 Menu can be accumulated. Refer to the Report Summary Chart for a list of applicable Accumulation Reports. When the report is finished, press CASH to leave the menu. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-63...

  • Page 180

    Make sure all cables are securely connected, and the workstation is operable. Go back to the System Master and repeat Steps 1 and 2. If the above screen displays again, select one of the options explained next. 4-64 Panasonic 5000 Version 3.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 181

    There are ten lines available for your deposit entries. Move the cursor to the first available line. Enter the amount of your deposit and press CASH. [ line # ] [ deposit amount ] SBTL CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-65...

  • Page 182

    15:22 LVL1 ** INVENTORY ** 1 ACT INV 0000.00 2 RECEIPT 0000.00 (ING#) CSHR 3 TRNS IN 0000.00 (MENU#) SBTL 4 TRNS OUT 0000.00 (Q'TY) CASH 5 WASTE 0000.00 ANDREW 4-66 Panasonic 5000 Version 3.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 183

    CASH. -or- CASH CASH (to bypass timekeeping) (to edit timekeeping) Note: If you entered 1 CASH, go to Step 7. If you pressed CASH, Follow 6a through 6f Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-67...

  • Page 184

    Repeat Steps 6b and 6c for each correction you need to make for this employee. Repeat Steps 6a through 6d for each employee with incorrect entries. When you have finished all daily timekeeping corrections and want to continue with System Close, press CASH. 4-68 Panasonic 5000 Version 3.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 185

    END OF CLOSE Note: After System Close, your daily totals are stored in the System Master. See the System Open procedure when you are ready to reset the daily totals. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-69...

  • Page 186: System Open (report 200)

    If you could not find a problem, go back to the System Master and follow Steps 1 and 2, above. You may, at this point, want to call your Panasonic representative before you proceed. To proceed, follow steps 3a, 3b, or 3c (on the next page).

  • Page 187

    15:22 LVL1 ** INVENTORY ** 1 ACT INV 0000.00 2 RECEIPT 0000.00 (ING#) CSHR 3 TRNS IN 0000.00 (MENU#) SBTL 4 TRNS OUT 0000.00 (Q'TY) CASH 5 WASTE 0000.00 MATT Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-71...

  • Page 188

    You can print the System Open Reports as you reset them. Or you can reset the System Open Reports without print. Your screen now lists these print options, as shown on the next page. 4-72 Panasonic 5000 Version 3.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 189

    System Master (with System Close) are reset and transferred to the Weekly Report area. Monthly (Period) totals are also updated. Note: The System Open reports should be identical to the previous System Close reports. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-73...

  • Page 190: Deposit & Cash Report

    OVER/SHRT = Cash TBAF - Total Deposits * * Cash TBAF = "Cash to be accounted for" * Cash TBAF - Total Deposits > 0 → Short * Cash TBAF - Total Deposits < 0 → Over 4-74 Panasonic 5000 Version 3.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 191

    (Line 18 - Line 29) SIGNED: ______________ Manager Signature Notes: • The DCR Report is available only on the Master Worstation. • The descriptors indicating an asterisk (*) are programmable. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-75...

  • Page 192: Sample Reports

    The format and totals used for this report are programmable. Your Media Report is arranged to your specifications, so it may vary from the one shown. The descriptions used for the totals can also vary. 4-76 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 193

    Sales per Man hour = Sales ÷ Labor Hours Note: Your report can provide totals for up to forty-eight ranges. The ranges on your report are set in the time intervals you need. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-77...

  • Page 194

    Report #2 can provide menu options for All Sales, Eat-in, Take-out, Drive-Thru, Timekeeping, and up to five Profit Centers. Eat-in, Take-out, Drive-Thru, Timekeeping, and Profit Centers are optional reports, which only appear if they are enabled for your program. 4-78 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 195

    Labor Cost and Labor Cost % totals are based on the following calculations. Labor Cost (Timekeeping Report) = Pay rate x Labor Hours Labor Cost % (Timekeeping Report) = Labor Cost ÷ NSTL x 100 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-79...

  • Page 196

    • If you are not using the scale calculation, the SOLD$, SPCL$, and AVPR (TOTL ÷ CNT) totals are included on the Subgroup report. SPCL is set when Flag 187 = 1. 4-80 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 197

    • If you are printing a PLU report for items that have multiple prices, each item shows each price level and the number of items sold at each price level. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-81...

  • Page 198

    Gross Sales 2 ------------------------- VOID 33.05 Voids VOID ALL 220.40 All Void/Cancel AVPR 4.35 Average Item Price AVIT 1.55 Avg. # Items AVTL 6.72 Avg. Sale Total ------------------------- CSHR JAMES SERVICE 189.99 4-82 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 199

    **CPN** ------------------------ Coupon Descriptor Coupon # SAL CPN 63.6% Coupon % -3.50 Count & Total Coupon # BEV CPN 9.1% -.50 DSRTCPN 27.3% -1.50 TOTL -4.00 Sum all Coupons ------------------------- Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-83...

  • Page 200

    TOTL Total Group Count 91.65 Total Group Sales ======================== Product Mix Group MIX #02 SNAPPER TIME RANGE NSTL ------------------------ 11:00-11:30 33.3% 16.95 15:30-16:00 33.3% 16.95 17:30-18:00 33.3% 16.95 TOTL 50.85 4-84 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 201

    Use one of the following procedures. [ first PLU # ] [ last PLU # ] - or - [ first Preset PLU key ] [ last Preset PLU key ] Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-85...

  • Page 202

    Avg. Sale Total ------------------------ Note: The totals appearing on this report are programmable. As a result, the totals on your Cashier Report may vary from the ones shown in the above example. 4-86 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 203

    If, for example, you want to read only Subgroup #1, enter 1 and press CSHR. Then enter 1 and press CSHR again. To report Subgroups 1-5, enter: 1 CSHR, 5 CSHR. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-87...

  • Page 204

    This report provides active drawer totals only. It gives you the amount of cash (net of coupons, R/A, P/O, etc.) currently in this workstation cash drawer. The totals shown in the sample may vary from those shown on your report. 4-88 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 205

    System Close. If a Food Cost Report is to be taken outside of System Close, you must run a System-wide Z1 PLU Accumulation Report first. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-89...

  • Page 206

    Important: This report is available only at the System Master. The totals are based on system-wide PLU sales data, whether you select the Terminal or System-wide report option. 4-90 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 207

    This report is available only at the System Master. Prior to System Close, it provides only totals from the System Master. Following System Close, it provides totals from all workstations. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-91...

  • Page 208

    Day Reported ------------------------- Product Mix Group STEAK 09:30 10:30 11:30 TOTL ------------------------- ** PRD PROJ ** Day Reported ------------------------- Product Mix Group POTATO 12:30 13:30 14:30 15:30 TOTL ------------------------- ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 4-92 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 209

    ------------------------- Product Mix Group STEAK HOUR TODAY 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 TOTL ========================= ** PRD COMP ** ------------------------- POTATO HOUR TODAY 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 13:00 13:30 TOTL ========================= ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-93...

  • Page 210

    SERVICE 288.65 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Note: Your Server Report is programmed with the totals you need for each server. As a result, your report format may vary from the one shown above. 4-94 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 211

    VOID ALL 9.00 All Voids ------------------------ SIDES 215.80 Subgroups DESSERTS 17.00 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Note: The format and totals for this report are programmable. Your report may vary from the sample above. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-95...

  • Page 212

    On your system, the Check # key may be labeled "Check Recall", "Table # Recall", "P/B", etc. Use the key you normally use to recall a serviced guest check balance. [ first check # ] [ last check # ] CHECK CHECK 4-96 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 213

    This report lists all open guest checks for the server you specify. After you select this report, you must enter the number of the server you want to report. To do this, enter the Server # and press CASH. [ server # ] CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-97...

  • Page 214

    (and if you are not using table numbers for your guest check numbers). After you go into the GCK by Table menu, enter the number of the table you want to review and press CASH. [ table # ] CASH 4-98 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 215

    • If you are not using the scale calculation, the SOLD$, SPCL$, and AVPR (TOTL ÷ CNT) totals are included on the Major Group report. The SPCL count is set when Flag 187 = 1. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-99...

  • Page 216: Balancing Formulas

    GRSS = Gross Sales Total with tax GSTL = Gross Sales Total without tax ITTL = Item Total TMTL = Time Total T-IN = Server Checks Transferred In (from another server) 4-100 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 217: Calculation Tables

    SBTL. Help screens are available help you determine entry in each position of the table. SBTL CSHR [ Enter calc info ] Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-101...

  • Page 218

    Notes: 1. Univ %+ can be programmed not to affect your Gross Sales Totals. 2. Univ %+ and Univ %- can be programmed not to affect your Net Sales. 3. Void, Error Correct, and All Void can be excluded from the NRGT. 4-102 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 219

    NSTL total, depending upon your application program. 4. For balancing purposes, Value-Added-Tax (VAT) should not be included in the Tax total. Include VAT only in those formulas which specify VAT. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 4-103...

  • Page 220: Manager Programs

    P1 Mode. You can use the Cursor Up key to display additional programs. The procedures for each of the available programs are explained in this section. Refer to the program you need. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 221: Descriptor Codes

    . = 16 / = 74 % = 05 / = 17 ] = 75 & = 06 : = 32 ^ = 76 ' = 07 ; = 33 - = 77 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 222: Alpha Keyboard

    Press ALPHA SHIFT a second time to return to the normal keyboard layout. RCPT Receipt Journal Stop Feed Feed Cursor Up ↑ Cursor Dn ↓ Double Wide " < > Clear Backspace & Clear SBTL SPACE CASH CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 223: Program 20: Self-tests

    Self-Tests Program 20: Self-Tests Your Panasonic 5000 can run a number of self-diagnostic tests. You use these tests whenever you question the function of a particular workstation component. These tests can be run any time without affecting your workstation or application program. This procedure gives you the steps you use to run the tests.

  • Page 224

    -or- CLEAR CASH Note: All of the tests and test procedures are detailed on the next several pages. To confirm the results of a test, refer to the description you need. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 225

    When the test is finished, press CLEAR or CASH. CLEAR takes you to the Self- Test menu, where you can select another test. CASH takes you to the MGR Mode menu. -or- CLEAR CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 226

    9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 8.8.8.8.8.8.8.8.8 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 When the test is finished, a tone sounds. Press CLEAR to return to the Self-Test menu. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 227: Printer Test

    With your keylock in MGR Mode, enter this sequence to advance to the Self-Test menu. CASH CASH Select the Printer test. The test generates a printout, similar to the one shown below. CASH CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 228

    CASH ROM Test You can use this test to find out which version of software has been installed in your workstations. Your Panasonic Representative may need this information when you place a service call. Turn your keylock to MGR Mode.

  • Page 229: Keyboard Test

    This location is used to identify the position when you take a printout of keyboard. Turn your keylock to MGR Mode. Enter this sequence to advance to the Self-Test menu. CASH CASH Select the Keyboard Test. Initially, your screen resembles the one shown here. 5-10 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 230

    Use this procedure to take the test. Turn your keylock to MGR Mode. Enter this sequence to advance to the Self-Test menu. CASH CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-11...

  • Page 231

    When the test is finished, press CLEAR or CASH. CLEAR takes you to the Self- Test menu, where you can select another test. CASH takes you to the MGR Mode menu. -or- CLEAR CASH 5-12 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 232

    "receiving" workstation. CASH IRC TX TEST SEND RECEIVING : When you are ready to return to MGR Mode, press CASH twice. CASH CASH IRC Receive Test Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-13...

  • Page 233

    After you finish the IRC Send test at the other workstation, return to this workstation and press CASH twice to exit the test. CASH CASH Time Clock This Time Clock test is conducted during the factory manufacturing process to check the 5-14 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 234

    RS-232C Test The RS-232C test is primarily used by your POS representative to check the optional RS- Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-15...

  • Page 235

    When you are ready to return to MGR Mode, press CASH twice. CASH CASH Magnetic Card Reader Test You can use this test to make sure your Magnetic Card Reader is accurately interpreting 5-16 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 236

    "NG" indicates a communication error (or worn card). [ swipe card ] To return to MGR Mode, press CASH twice. CASH CASH Tandem Test The Tandem Test command initializes and runs each of the available Self-Test commands, Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-17...

  • Page 237

    Turn the workstation Power Switch OFF, then back ON. Make sure the keylock remains in MGR Position when power is restored. To power-up in another keylock position may result in file damage. Key in Data Dump 5-18 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 238: Memory Dump

    Tests 16 through 19 concern workstations with 32Kb RAM chips installed. Tests 20 through 23 apply to workstations that have 128Kb RAM chips. Your Panasonic representative can tell you which tests to use.

  • Page 239

    128Kb RAMs, you can use the following procedure to test each of the installed chips. Turn your keylock to MGR Mode. Select the Programming 1 option. CASH Choose the Self-Test option. CASH 5-20 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 240

    When the RAM chip is verified, "OK" displays. If the chip is defective, or not installed, "NG" displays. Your workstations may not require all four RAM chips. Press CASH twice when you are ready to return to the MGR Mode menu. CASH CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-21...

  • Page 241: Program 24: Miscellaneous Flags

    After you select one of the addresses, the screen displays its current settings. An sample screen is provided on the next page. A brief description of the flag is provided to the right of the address number. 5-22 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 242

    You can repeat Step 5, if you need to make changes to this address. If no further changes are needed, press CASH to exit the program. CASH Press CASH again to return to the MGR Mode menu. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-23...

  • Page 243: Universal % Key Program

    ( a b c d - e f g h ). Choose from the options listed on the next page, then press CASH. [ a b c d e f g h ] CASH 5-24 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 244: Gift Certificate Sales Program

    The 5000 System can include as many as three keys to record gift certificate sales. If your keyboard has gift certificate keys, you can use the following procedure to change the current assignment, amount, tax status, etc.) of each key. Turn your keylock to MGR Mode. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-25...

  • Page 245

    To select more than one option, you can add the values. a) Tax Status: 0 = Do not update Tax. 1 = Update Tax 1. 2 = Update Tax 2. 3 = Update Tax 3. 5-26 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 246: Gift Certificate Redemption Program

    If your keyboard includes a Gift Certificate Redemption key, you can use Program 24, Address 225 change the current programming. This program gives you access to the tax status, pricing, and HALO options that apply to gift certificate redemption. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-27...

  • Page 247

    To change the current assignment for the Gift Certificate Redemption key, select from the options listed on the next page. Note: Options are only listed alphabetically for this explanation. [ a b c d e f g h ] CASH 5-28 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 248

    To leave this program, press CASH. The screen returns to the P1 Mode menu. You can select another option from the P1 Mode menu, or continue to Step 5 to return to MGR Mode. CASH To return to MGR Mode, press CASH. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-29...

  • Page 249: Currency Exchange Program

    288 = Currency Exchange 8 Your screen displays eight digits corresponding to the exchange rate currently assigned. Enter the new eight-digit rate in the field shown on the next page. 5-30 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 250

    Press CASH to exit to the P1 Mode menu. You can make another selection from this menu, if necessary. CASH Press CASH again to return to the MGR Mode menu. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-31...

  • Page 251: Program 26: Time Range Program

    Use the 100 series of addresses for Sales time ranges (the ones you see on the All Sales Time Report). Use the 200 series addresses for Product time ranges (the ones you use for the Product Mix, Projection, and Comparison reports). 5-32 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 252

    Press CASH to return to the P1 Mode menu. You can select another option from this menu, if necessary. CASH Press CASH again to return to the MGR Mode menu. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-33...

  • Page 253: Program 28: Product Mix Program

    If you are changing the descriptor, place the Alpha overlay on the keyboard and press ALPHA SHIFT. Type the name of the product mix group. 5-34 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 254

    P1 Mode menu. CASH To return to the MGR Mode menu, press CASH again. CASH Note: See Program 35 to link menu items to the Product Mix Group. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-35...

  • Page 255: Program 30: Messages & Prompts Program

    = 204, 205 Line 3 = 210, 211 Place the alpha overlay on the keyboard and enter the new logo or postamble message. RCPT [ 1-16 character description ] CASH STOP 5-36 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 256: Prompts & Error Messages

    Messages & Prompts Program MANAGER PROGRAMS For example, a logo with "Panasonic 5000 Series" centered on the first line would be programmed like this: 206 CSHR P A N A S O N I C 5 CA 207 CSHR 0 0 0 S Y S T E M You can center a typical Postamble message, "THANK YOU - VISIT AGAIN", on...

  • Page 257

    Repeat Steps 2 through 4 for each message you want to change. To leave this menu, press CASH once to go back to the P1 Mode menu. Press CASH again to return to the MGR Mode menu. CASH CASH 5-38 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 258: Prompts & Error Messages Table

    SELECT NEXT KEY1 *** ALL VOID *** SELECT NEXT KEY2 CALL MANAGER SELECT NEXT KEY3 TRAINING MODE SELECT NEXT KEY4 INVALID RECEIPT SELECT NEXT KEY5 ORDER CHANGE MODE CHECK ERR ENTER TIME Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-39...

  • Page 259

    LOW COIN ALARM SCALE ITEM ? DUPLICATE CHECK NON SCALE ITEM ? GCK IS IN USE SWIPE CARD PC OFFLINE CARD HAS EXPIRED PC ONLINE CARD# : N # EXP.: MM/YY DATE 5-40 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 260: Program 31: Cashier File Programming

    In the above example, the selected cashier number is currently unassigned. To change the cashier name, press ALPHA SHIFT and enter the cashier or manager name. You can use up to eight characters. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-41...

  • Page 261

    Repeat Steps 2-5 for each cashier or manager you must change. When you are finished with the Cashier Program, press CASH to return to the P1 Mode menu. CASH To return to the MGR Mode menu, press CASH. CASH 5-42 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 262: Program 32: Server File Programming

    [ server log # ] SBTL To change the server's name, press ALPHA SHIFT and enter the server name. (You can use up to eight characters.) Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-43...

  • Page 263

    Repeat Steps 2-5 for each server you must program or change. When you are finished with the Server program, press CASH to return to the P1 Mode menu. CASH To return to the MGR Mode menu, press CASH again. CASH 5-44 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 264: Program 33: Date & Time Program

    = 1200, 1:00 p.m. = 1300, 2:00 p.m. = 1400, 3:00 p.m. = 1500, 4:00 p.m. = 1600... 10:00 p.m. = 2200, 11:00 p.m. = 2300, Midnight = 0000. [ time ] SBTL Press CASH twice to return to the MGR Mode menu. CASH CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-45...

  • Page 265: Program 34: Summary, Major, And Minor Group Program

    If you are programming a Major Group, enter the address that corresponds to the group you are programming. Twenty addresses, 101-120, are available. -or- [ major group address ] CSHR 5-46 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 266

    [ group name ] CASH STOP If you are programming a Minor Group (Subgroup), enter the number of the Major Group to which this group links. You can enter numbers 1-10. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-47...

  • Page 267

    If you entered a Summary Group number in Step 3, this option is not available. [ summary group link # ] SBTL Press CASH twice to return to the MGR Mode menu. CASH CASH 5-48 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 268

    PLU Add/Delete Program MANAGER PROGRAMS Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-49...

  • Page 269: Program 35: Plu Programming

    If this number is already assigned to a PLU, the current program information displays for each field. The PLU menu consists of four pages. Use the next procedure to move the cursor 5-50 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 270

    Allow Discounts to this item. Inhibit use of Promo with this item. Require a modifier/condiment with this item. This item does not add to the customer itemizer. Disable Receipt print. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-51...

  • Page 271

    Enter the 2-digit coupon # assigned to the COUP 3 key. Cp2: Enter the 2-digit coupon # assigned to the COUP 2 key. Cp1: Enter the 2-digit coupon # assigned to the COUP 1 key. 5-52 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 272

    If you are programming a secondary modifier (a modifier that is linked to another modifier), enter its Class # in Line 15. An example showing the Class # and Class Match # entries is provided on the next page. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-53...

  • Page 273

    Class #255 is a "wild card" modifier, which matches all class codes. Class #000 is a valid class for the last modifier in a sequence. Line 16: Linked Subgroup Enter the number of the Subgroup (from Program 34) to which this PLU item is linked. 5-54 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 274

    After you enter the new PLU information at this workstation, remember to send the information to all other workstations. Refer to the Downlining Program. Pay special attention to the notes about PLU Downlining. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-55...

  • Page 275: Program 36: Coupon File

    In the above example, Coupon 15 is not yet assigned. To change the coupon description, place the Alpha overlay on your keyboard. Press ALPHA SHIFT (Receipt Stop) and type the coupon name (you can use eight characters). 5-56 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 276

    2 = Require MGR Mode for this coupon. Repeat Steps 2 through 7 for each coupon you wish to program or change. To leave this program, press CASH twice. CASH CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-57...

  • Page 277: Program 37: Negative File

    Repeat steps 2 and 3 for each bad account number you want to list. Press CASH to return to the P1 Mode menu. You can select another option from this menu, if necessary. CASH To return to MGR Mode, press CASH again. CASH 5-58 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 278: Program 39: Tare Weight Program

    CSHR (DSCRPT) CASH 0000 (WEIGHT) SBTL SIMON Note: The screen displays the current assignments for the Tare # you entered. In the above example, Tare #9 is not yet programmed. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-59...

  • Page 279

    To leave this program, press CASH to go to the P1 Mode menu. You can select another program, if necessary. CASH To return to MGR Mode, press CASH again. CASH Note: Remember to use Program 35 to link the tare weight to its associated item. 5-60 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 280: Program 50: Program Printouts

    For Printout #2, you must specify the groups or PLUs you want to print. Repeat Steps 2 and 3 for each file you must print. To leave this program, press CASH twice to go back to the MGR Mode menu. CASH CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-61...

  • Page 281: Program 51: Kps Standard Menu

    Enter the number of the Address line that holds the item you are assigning. Use Addresses 10-19 for Zone 1 standard items. If your screen has two Standard Menu Zones, you can also assign items in Addresses 20-29. 5-62 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 282

    To leave this program, press CASH to go back to the P1 Mode menu. You can select another program from this menu, if necessary. CASH Press CASH again to go back to the MGR Mode menu. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-63...

  • Page 283: Program 52: Store & Forward

    Enter the eight digits of data you need for this line. Press CASH. [ 8 digits ] CASH Repeat Steps 2 through 5 for each line you must enter. To leave this program, press CASH twice. CASH CASH 5-64 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 284: Program 53: Employee Program

    The system displays the current selections for the employee number you entered. In this example, the employee number has not yet been programmed. Move the cursor to the line (1-7) you need. To do this, enter the line number. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-65...

  • Page 285

    This pay rate is automatically activated whenever the employee clocks in with the default job code. [ job code # ] [ pay rate # ] CASH 5-66 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 286

    2= Require a tip entry when this employee clocks out. Repeat Steps 2 through 5 for each employee you must program or change. To leave this program, press CASH twice. CASH CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-67...

  • Page 287: Program 54: Ingredient Program

    To change the current description for this ingredient, place the Alpha overlay on your keyboard. Press ALPHA SHIFT (Receipt Stop). Type up to 8 characters for the ingredient name. 5-68 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 288

    To leave this program, press CASH. The screen returns to the P1 Mode menu, where you can select another program, if necessary. CASH To return to MGR Mode, press CASH. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-69...

  • Page 289: Program 55: Recipe Program

    [ recipe # ] CSHR 14:53 LVL1 RCP#050 ING#010 BEEF - 50 CSHR 00.5000 1-10&1-3 SBTL (1=RCP#) CASH LUKE Note: Initially the screen displays information about the first ingredient in this recipe. 5-70 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 290

    If a name does not appear, this ingredient has not been programmed or has been programmed without a name. The cursor automatically steps down to the next line. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-71...

  • Page 291

    SBTL - moves the cursor to next data field. (data) CASH - inputs and entry, then advances to the next available line. CASH - exits the Recipe File Program. 5-72 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 292

    12 SBTL takes you to the first ingredient's second line. 13 SBTL takes you to the first ingredient's third line. And 103 SBTL takes you to the last available line (Ingredient 10, Line 3). [ line # ] SBTL Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-73...

  • Page 293

    "Small Fries" recipe uses 1/24th of the bag of potatoes. The quantity you enter in this field is 00.0417 (1 ÷ 24). Repeat Steps 4-11 for the first nine ingredients in this recipe. At line 101, enter 1. 5-74 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 294

    To leave this program, press CASH. The screen returns to the P1 Mode menu, where you can select another program, if necessary. CASH To return to MGR Mode, press CASH again. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-75...

  • Page 295: Program 56: Pay Rate Program

    The screen shows the rate currently assigned to this pay rate number. In this example, the rate number has not yet been assigned. Enter the hourly pay rate ($.00-$99.99) associated with the pay rate number you entered in Step 3. 5-76 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 296

    To return to MGR Mode, press CASH again. CASH Note: Use these pay rate numbers in Program 53 to link the employee's job code to the applicable rate of pay. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-77...

  • Page 297: Program 60: Downline Programming

    You can use the Cursor Up ( ) and Cursor Down ( ) keys to move up and down in the Downline menu. CASH CASH 5-78 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 298

    You can press CLEAR and repeat steps 2 - 3 to downline additional files. When all files are downlined, press CASH to return to the P1 Mode menu. CASH To the MGR Mode menu, press CASH again. CASH Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-79...

  • Page 299: Downlining To A Single Workstation

    Repeat steps 2 - 5 for each of the files you must send to this workstation. To leave this program, press CASH twice to go back to the MGR Mode menu. CASH CASH 5-80 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 300: Downlining The Plu File

    [ press the preset PLU key ] -or- [ PLU # ] Note: Repeat this step for each PLU you need to send to the other workstations. When all PLUs are downlined, go to Step 5. Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0 5-81...

  • Page 301

    Your screen should highlight the All PLU option number in reverse video. This indicates that the PLU files were successfully updated in all workstations. Press CASH to leave this screen. CASH Press CASH again to go to the MGR Mode menu. CASH 5-82 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 302: Index

    Descriptor Codes ........... . . 5-2 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 303

    P1 Mode Programs ........... 5-1 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 304

    Service ..........1-17, 3-6, 3-9, 3-10, 3-13 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 305

    Shift Level Program ..........4-28 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 306

    Starting Guest Check Number ........4-40 Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

  • Page 307

    INDEX Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    INDEX Panasonic 5000 Version 4.0 Operating Instructions - Rev. 2.0...

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    Panasonic Digital Communications & Security Company A Unit of Matsushita Electric Corporation of America 1707 North Randall Road Elgin, IL 60123 Printed in the United States of America ©2003 Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.

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