Sharp ER-A520 Instruction Manual

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ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER
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ER-A520
ER-A530
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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  • Page 1 ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER MODEL ER-A520 ER-A530 INSTRUCTION MANUAL The above illustration shows the model ER-A520.
  • Page 2 WARNING FCC Regulations state that any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user's authority to operate this equipment. Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
  • Page 3: Introduction

    INTRODUCTION Thank you very much for your purchase of the SHARP Electronic Cash Register, Model ER-A520/A530. Please read this manual carefully before operating your machine to gain a thorough understanding of the functions and features offered by this model ECR.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ····················································································································································1 IMPORTANT ··························································································································································1 PRECAUTION························································································································································1 CONTENTS····························································································································································2 EXTERNAL VIEW OF THE ER-A520 ····················································································································8 Front view ···············································································································································8 Rear view················································································································································8 EXTERNAL VIEW OF THE ER-A530 ····················································································································9 Front view ···············································································································································9 Rear view················································································································································9 PRINTER······························································································································································10 KEYBOARD ·························································································································································11 1 ER-A520 standard keyboard layout·········································································································11 2 ER-A530 standard keyboard layout·········································································································13 3 Standard key number layout····················································································································15 4 Installing the keyboard sheet (ER-A530) ·································································································16 KEYS AND SWITCHES ·······································································································································17...
  • Page 5 Taxable subtotal ···································································································································40 Including-tax subtotal (full subtotal) ······································································································40 Food stamp-eligible subtotal·················································································································40 Tray subtotal·········································································································································40 Eat-in subtotal·······································································································································40 Gasoline discount subtotal ···················································································································40 3 Finalization of transaction ························································································································41 Cash or Check tendering······················································································································41 Mixed tendering (check + cash)············································································································41 Cash or Check sale that does not need any tender entry ····································································42 Charge (credit) sale ······························································································································42 Mixed-tender sale (cash or check tendering + charge tendering) ························································42 4 Food stamp calculations ··························································································································43...
  • Page 6 2 Validation printing function (Slip printer) ··································································································74 3 Bill printing ···············································································································································74 4 Printing of the employee’s arrival and departure times (Slip printer) ·······················································74 5 Printing of header and footer graphic logos·····························································································75 6 Remote printer send function ··················································································································75 TIME DISPLAY AND AUTOMATIC UPDATING OF THE DATE ········································································76 1 Time display ············································································································································76 2 Automatic updating of the date ················································································································76 FOR THE MANAGER...
  • Page 7 Functional programming 2 (#2111) ····································································································104 A limit amount (HALO) of entry (#2112) ·····························································································105 Item label (#2114)·······························································································································105 Unit price (#1110) ·······························································································································106 Commission group assignment (#2115)·····························································································106 Group number (#2116) ·······················································································································107 Group text (#2350) ·····························································································································107 Age limitation (#2180)·························································································································108 Print station assignment (#2118)········································································································108 Department key positioning (#2119)···································································································109 Color Video Monitor (CVM) control character (#2158) ·······································································109 5 PLU/UPC programming ·························································································································110 Associated department (#1200, 2230, 1050) ·····················································································111...
  • Page 8 Functional programming (#2410) ·······································································································151 GLU/PBLU code range assignment (#2411) ······················································································151 Net sales % rate (#2413)····················································································································152 10 Programming various functions ·············································································································152 Programming for optional feature selection (#2616) ··········································································152 Programming the parameter of the slip printer (#2615)······································································157 Setting the time limit for THE TILL TIMER Scale tare table (#2618) ·····················································································································158 Programming of logo messages (#2614) ···························································································159 Selection of X1/Z1 and X2/Z2 reports to be printed in the stacked report sequence (#2620)············160...
  • Page 9 Closed GLU/PBLU report ···················································································································207 Closed GLU/PBLU report by cashier/server·······················································································208 Transaction report ······························································································································209 Tax report ···········································································································································209 Cash in drawer report ·························································································································209 Dynamic UPC report (by designated range or pick up list)·································································210 Dynamic UPC report by associated department ················································································210 Dynamic UPC clear (by designated range or pick up list) ··································································210 Dynamic UPC clear by associated department ··················································································210 X1/Z1 stacked report ··························································································································210 Deleting of non-accessed UPCs·········································································································211...
  • Page 10: External View Of The Er-A520

    EXTERNAL VIEW OF THE ER-A520 Front view Printer cover Receipt paper Journal window Keyboard Drawer Drawer lock Rear view Rear cover Customer display (Pop-up type) Operator display Mode switch Printer cover lock (left side)
  • Page 11: External View Of The Er-A530

    EXTERNAL VIEW OF THE ER-A530 Front view Printer cover Receipt paper Journal window Keyboard Drawer Drawer lock Rear view Rear cover Customer display (Pop-up type) Operator display Mode switch Printer cover lock (left side)
  • Page 12: Printer

    PRINTER The printer is a receipt/journal dual station type thermal printer which delivers fast, quiet and high quality printing. The average life of the printer is approximately 5 million lines. When opening the printer cover, unlock the printer cover using the printer cover lock key, and lift up the cover as shown in the diagram to the right.
  • Page 13: Keyboard

    RFND VOID All keys except the receipt paper feed and journal paper feed keys can be re-positioned. Note If you want to change the layout, please consult your authorized SHARP dealer. Receipt paper feed key RECEIPT Journal paper feed key...
  • Page 14: Optional Keys

    Subtotal key SBTL The following function keys can optionally be mounted in place of those shown in the figure of the Note standard keyboard layout. For details, please consult your authorized SHARP dealer. Optional keys DEPT Dept. number key Percent 3 thru 5 keys...
  • Page 15: Er-A530 Standard Keyboard Layout

    No delete key NO DEL Bill separation key Bill totalize/Bill transfer key (CHECK-ADD) Birthday entry key BIRTH RFND Refund sales key SALES Waste mode key WASTE The department and direct PLU keys may be expanded. If you require expansion of the department Note or direct PLU keys, please contact your dealer.
  • Page 16 Server code entry key The following function keys can optionally be added in place of those shown in the figure of the Note standard keyboard layout. For details, please consult your authorized SHARP dealer. Optional keys DEPT Dept. number key...
  • Page 17: Standard Key Number Layout

    Department and direct PLU keys can be expanded. If you require expansion of the department or Note direct PLU keys, please contact your authorized SHARP dealer. Standard key number layout These key numbers are used for positioning of department keys and direct PLU keys.
  • Page 18: Installing The Keyboard Sheet (Er-A530)

    • Replace the keyboard sheet with a new one if by chance it gets wet. Use of a wet keyboard sheet may cause problems. • Be sure to use only SHARP-supplied keyboard sheets. Thick or hard sheets can make key operations difficult.
  • Page 19: Keys And Switches

    KEYS AND SWITCHES Mode switch and mode keys The mode switch can be operated by inserting one of the three supplied mode keys – manager (MA), submanager (SM), and operator (OP) keys. These keys can be inserted or removed only when the switch is in the “REG”...
  • Page 20: Printer Cover Lock Key

    All settings depend on how the register has been programmed. For the available selection of these Note settings, please consult your authorized SHARP dealer. Receipt ON/OFF function You can disable receipt printing in the REG mode to save paper using the receipt function. To disable receipt printing, press the key in the OP X/Z position.
  • Page 21: Displays

    DISPLAYS Operator display The operator display consists of a two-line dot-matrix display (16 characters/line). Price level / PLU level (e.g. P2L3) Receipt OFF indicator (“_”) / Stock alarm indicator (“ • ”) Repeat / Sentinel mark / Power save mark •...
  • Page 22: For The Operator

    FOR THE OPERATOR PRIOR TO ENTRIES Preparations for entries Before registrations, insert the operator key into the mode switch and turn it to the REG position and check the following items: Receipt and journal paper rolls If the receipt and journal paper rolls are not set in the machine or there are low rolls, install new ones according to section “4.
  • Page 23: Power Save Mode

    • For the display type selection of the cashier/server code, “Variant 1” has been preset. For the selection of the “Variant 2”, consult your authorized SHARP dealer. • The cashier/server can be changed during a transaction. Please consult your authorized SHARP dealer.
  • Page 24: Entries

    ENTRIES The example entries provided within this manual describe the function key labeled Note used for the model ER-A520. For the model ER-A530, please substitute the function key. Item entries Single item entries Procedure Department entries (direct department entries) Enter a unit price and press a department key. If you use a programmed unit price, press a department key only. When using a programmed unit price Unit price * (max.
  • Page 25: Repeat Entries

    UPC entries Scan UPC code Ä UPC code (max.13 digits) To cancel the learing function entry Unit price (max. 6 digits) Example Key operation 5012345678900 Repeat entries You can use this function for entering a sale of two or more same items. è...
  • Page 26: Multiplication Entries

    Multiplication entries Use this feature when you need to enter two or more same items. This feature helps when you sell a large quantity of items or need to enter quantities that contain decimals. Procedure When using a programmed unit price Q ’...
  • Page 27: Successive Multiplication Entries

    Successive multiplication entries This function may be desired when you enter a sale of items sold by area (square feet). Procedure Length Width Dept. code PLU code PLU code Unit price UPC code • After scanning a UPC code or pressing the show “NO RECORD”.
  • Page 28: Split-Pricing Entries

    Split-pricing entries You may use this function when your customer wants to purchase items normally sold in bulk. Procedure Selling q’ty Base q’ty Only when you use a base q’ty programmed for PLU code • After scanning a UPC code or pressing the show “NO RECORD”.
  • Page 29: Single Item Cash Sale (Sics)/Single Item Finalize (Sif) Entries

    Single item cash sale (SICS)/single item finalize (SIF) entries SICS entries • This function is useful when a sale is for only one item and is for cash; such as a pack of cigarettes. This function is applicable only to those departments that have been set for SICS or to their associated PLUs, subdepartments or UPCs.
  • Page 30: Scale Entries

    Scale entries For making entries for weighed items, a scale may be connected where by the weight is automatically read from the scale. To make refund or return entries, the weight is entered manually while the scale platter is empty and reads zero.
  • Page 31 ii) Manual scale entries of refunded items Procedure When base wt. is 1 LB (or 1 KG) Ï SCALE Net weight Ï R ETERN • Net weight: Up to 5 digits (integer + decimal) which is from the customer’s receipt. •...
  • Page 32: Plu Level Shift (For Direct Plu)

    PLU level shift (for direct PLU) This shift function can allow access to PLUs on your register without adding additional direct PLU keys. You can use direct PLUs in five levels by utilizing PLU level shift keys level from the other four to the required level. (The normal level is level 1.) You can also shift PLU level by entering a level number and pressing the PLU level shift number key, You must program your machine in the PGM2 mode to select one of the two PLU level shift modes —...
  • Page 33 Direct PLU1: PLU code 1 (PLU level 1), PLU code 65 (PLU level 2) Example Direct PLU2: PLU code 2 (PLU level 1), PLU code 66 (PLU level 2) • When your machine has been programmed for the automatic return mode: Key operation •...
  • Page 34: Plu/Upc Price Level Shift

    PLU/UPC price level shift Six different price level shifts can be programmed for each PLU or UPC. The price levels can be changed for PLU or UPC registrations. You can change a PLU/UPC price among six prices by utilizing the price level shift keys shift key shifts the price level from the other five to the required level.
  • Page 35: Set Plu Entries

    Example PLU price level 1: PLU 1 ($1.91), PLU 2 ($0.79) PLU price level 2: PLU 1 ($2.00), PLU 2 ($0.99) • When your register has been programmed for the automatic return mode (by one item): Key operation • When your register has been programmed for the lock shift mode: Key operation Set PLU entries Operations are the same as normal PLU’s.
  • Page 36: Link Plu/Upc Entries

    Link PLU/UPC entries The operation is the same as normal PLU’s/UPC’s. When this PLU/UPC is entered, the linked PLU’s amount is included and the linked PLU’s label is printed automatically. Only the 1st PLU is affected by the status shift keys «...
  • Page 37: Mix-And-Match Entries

    Mix-and-match entries This function is convenient for matching several PLU/UPC items and selling them in a lump (e.g. bundle sale, multi-packed sale, etc.). The matching q’ty and adjusted amount are assigned to a mix-and-match table. All items that are programmed into the same table are treated as if they belong to one group. Example Selling on a mix-and-match basis the following items in table no.
  • Page 38: Price Inquiry (View) Function (For Plu/Upcs)

    • Your register will continue to prompt for the condiment entry until you finish the entire condiment Note entry programmed for the PLU. During the condiment entry, if you enter a normal PLU, which is not in the condiment table, an error message will appear in case the condiment entry is compulsory.
  • Page 39: Upc Learning Function

    UPC learning function When you enter or scan an undefined code, you are required to enter the unit price “amount” and the associated department. The UPC code, unit price and the department entered are stored in the dynamic UPC file (if opened, and if not opened, in the PLU/UPC file) and is used for future sales entries.
  • Page 40: Price Change Function (For Plu/Upcs)

    Price change function (for PLU/UPCs) You can use this function when you need to change the unit price or associated department of a PLU/UPC item in REG/MGR mode. There are two methods for price changes: 1. Price change mode You can change the preset price and/or the associated department of a PLU/UPC item without entering PGM mode.
  • Page 41 Example • Price change mode Key operation • Changing a price during a transaction Key operation The journal printer prints the following format in this position. Associated dept. no. • When an undefined code is entered in the price change mode, the register results in an error. Note •...
  • Page 42: Displaying And Printing Subtotals

    Displaying and printing subtotals Your register provides these five types of subtotals: Merchandise subtotal  Press the key at any point during a transaction. The net sale subtotal - not including tax - will appear in the display. Taxable subtotal Taxable 1 subtotal Press the ) and...
  • Page 43: Finalization Of Transaction

    Finalization of transaction Cash or Check tendering ı Press the key to get an including-tax subtotal, enter the amount tendered by your customer, then press the Å É or one of the thru keys if it is a cash tender or press the check tender.
  • Page 44: Cash Or Check Sale That Does Not Need Any Tender Entry

    Cash or Check sale that does not need any tender entry Enter items and press the thru keys if it is a check sale. Your register will display the total sale amount. CHK2 CHK5 Example Selling a $3.00 item (dept. 6) and another $7.15 item (PLU 10) for cash Key operation Charge (credit) sale Enter items and press the corresponding charge keys (...
  • Page 45: Food Stamp Calculations

    Food stamp calculations Food stamp tendering If your customer makes payment (or tendering) in food stamps, obtain the food stamp-eligible subtotal* by pressing the key and make a food stamp tender entry before entering a cash or check tender. The food stamp-eligible subtotal* depends upon how your register is programmed based on the Note food stamp-eligibility of the automatic tax on a sale of items eligible for food stamp payment, or whether your register is programmed to allow the automatic tax to be paid with food stamps or not...
  • Page 46: Food Stamp Status Shift

    When the food stamp tender is smaller than the food stamp-eligible subtotal: • Accept the remainder in food stamps or in cash or check. If your register is programmed to exempt taxation, additional food stamp tender is not allowed. Example Your customer buys a $3.18 item (dept.
  • Page 47: Tax Calculations

    Tax calculations Automatic tax When your register is programmed with a tax table (or tax rate) and the tax status of an individual department and PLU/UPC is set for taxable, it computes the automatic tax on any item that is entered directly into the department or indirectly via a related PLU/UPC.
  • Page 48: Automatic-Tax Delete

    Automatic-tax delete You can delete the automatic tax on the taxable 1, taxable 2, taxable 3 and taxable 4 subtotal of each † transaction by pressing the Example Selling a $7.25 item (dept. 1, taxable 1) and another $5.15 item (dept. 3, taxable 2) for cash and entering the sale as a non-taxable one Key operation for ER-A530...
  • Page 49: Tax Status Shift

    Tax status shift Your machine allows you to shift the programmed tax status of each department, the PLU/UPC key by pressing the completed, the programmed tax status of each key is resumed. Example Selling the following items for cash with their programmed tax status reversed •...
  • Page 50: Guest Check (Glu/Pblu)

    Two different guest check entry systems are available: the GLU system and previous balance lookup (PBLU) system. It depends on how your register has been programmed which of these is used. Please contact your authorized SHARP dealer for more information about this selection. GLU system: If this system is selected, the balance due and the details of the order are placed in the guest check file.
  • Page 51 Example Key operation GLU recall Each cashier/server can recall their GLU/PBLUs for reorder or settlement by pressing the display GLU/PBLUs from the smallest GLU/PBLU number. Follow the procedure to recall GLUs and select a desired GLU/PBLU code. Procedure A GLU/PBLU code and the total RECALL amount are displayed.
  • Page 52 Reorder entries For making additional guest check entries, use the following procedure: Procedure GLU/PBLU code (1-9999) Partial tendering Amount Example Key operation Settlement Use the following procedure: Procedure GLU/PBLU code (1-9999) Example Key operation • You can make a tip-in entry before a tender entry. If a tip-in entry is made, the tip amount must be Note tendered by using the associated media key e.g.
  • Page 53: Deposit Entries

    Deposit entries Deposit refers to a payment on a charge account. It can be received in cash, check or by charge. You can make the deposit entry only while in a guest check transaction. It cannot be done during handling of a tendered amount.
  • Page 54: Transferring Guest Checks Out Or In (Transfer-Out

    Transferring guest checks out or in (Transfer-out/in) Transferring guest checks out At the end of a cashier/server shift or whenever a cashier/server is relieved, one or more open guest checks can be transferred from the cashier/server to the open check file until the responsibility for the check(s) is assigned to another cashier/server.
  • Page 55: Bill Totalizing/Bill Transfer

    Bill totalizing/bill transfer Bill totalizing The bill totalizing function is used to totalize multiple bills when, for example, a particular guest pays not only his or her bill, but also the bills of other guests. Procedure GLU/PBLU code #1 bill Example Totalizing GLU#112 and GLU#113 to GLU#111 Key operation...
  • Page 56: Bill Separating

    Bill transfer This function is used to change the GLU/PBLU code of a particular bill. Procedure GLU/PBLU code #1 bill Example GLU#111 is transferred to GLU #120. Key operation • This function requires that the current GLU/PBLU code be entered for #1 and a new GLU/PBLU Note code be entered for #2.
  • Page 57: Manual Previous Balance(Pb) And Charge Balance(Cb) Entry

    This function is not available when you use GLU or PBLU system. To use this function, please Note contact your authorized SHARP dealer. New customers For a new customer, use the following procedure:...
  • Page 58 Charge balance Check digit: The number which is printed at the right of the word “SERVICE” on the receipt of the previous entry. (See the previous page. Check with your authorized SHARP dealer for activation of the check digit feature.)
  • Page 59: Auxiliary Entries

    Auxiliary entries Percent calculations (premium or discount) • Your register provides the percent calculation for the merchandise subtotal and item entries. You need to specify in advance whether the register should perform the percent calculation based on the merchandise subtotal or each item entered. •...
  • Page 60: Discount Entries

    Discount entries For discount or coupon tenderings, you may use the If the discount or tendered coupon is the one applicable to sales, use the vendor coupon or if it is applicable to each department key, use the store coupon. Discount for the merchandise subtotal Example Selling a $5.75 item of dept.
  • Page 61: Refund Entries

    Refund entries If a refund item is the one entered into a department, enter the amount of the refund, then press the the corresponding department key in this order; and if an item entered into a PLU (or UPC) is returned, enter the corresponding PLU (or UPC) code, then press the without entry of PLU code, in this order.
  • Page 62: Refund Sales Mode

    Refund sales mode This function is used for those item return entries relating to departments, PLUs/subdepartments and UPCs. ˜ Pressing the key at the beginning of a transaction causes the register to enter the REFUND SALES mode. All of the REFUND SALES mode entries are automatically handled as refund entries. This mode cannot be finalized by check payment entry.
  • Page 63: Gratuity

    Gratuity Calculation When the payment operation is made for sales registrations, the gratuity amount is calculated and printed. You can program a percent rate for calculating the gratuity. If the percent rate is programmed as 0%, the register does not print any gratuity. You can program a tax status (taxable 1/taxable 2/taxable 3/taxable 4/non-taxable) for gratuity.
  • Page 64: Payment Treatment

    Payment treatment Tip-in entries Your register allows the entry of tips that your guests give to cashiers/servers in cash or by credit card. A tip entry must be done before a payment entry. You must use the corresponding media key e.g. CH1 thru CH9 for the charge tip and CASH 1 or CASH 5 for the cash tip.
  • Page 65: Tip Editing

    To use the tip editing function, please consult your authorized SHARP dealer. Tip paid entries This operation is used when tips that guests have paid by using credit card are paid to respective cashiers/servers in cash.
  • Page 66: Currency Conversion

    Currency conversion Your register allows payment entries of foreign currency. Pressing the foreign currency. Cash payment is the only media that can be handled after currency conversion. Procedure For an additional payment in foreign currency After an entry Preset rate is completed After the amount tendered is found...
  • Page 67: Received On Account Entries

    Received on account entries Procedure Amount (max. 8 digits) ® Example A customer whose reference number is 12345 tenders $48.00 by check for received on account. Key operation Paid out entries Procedure Amount (max. 8 digits) π Example You pay $30.00 by check to a vendor whose code number is 6789. Key operation No sale (exchange) Simply press the...
  • Page 68: Cashing A Check

    Cashing a check Enter the check amount, then press a check key ( Procedure Non-add code number Example Cashing a check of a $30.00 amount Key operation Bottle return This function is used to handle the payment (paid out) for returned empty bottles or cans. Example You pay for ten 15¢...
  • Page 69: Waste Mode

    WASTE mode This mode is used to throw away an article which has already been prepared and is no longer serviceable. Procedure WASTE [Item entries ] WASTE mode Example Wasting 10 PLU 35 items Key operation • PLU/UPC entries are only allowed in the WASTE mode, and direct and indirect void operations Note are also allowed in this mode.
  • Page 70: Correction

    CORRECTION Correction of the last entry (direct void) If you make an incorrect entry relating to a department, PLU/subdepartment, UPC, percentage ( • ≠ ), deduction ( through the incorrect entry. Example Correction of the next-to-last or earlier entries (indirect void) With the key, you can void any incorrect department, PLU/subdepartment, UPC or item refund entry made during a transaction if you find it before finalizing the transaction (e.g.
  • Page 71: Subtotal Void

    Subtotal void You can void an entire transaction. Once the subtotal void is executed, the transaction is aborted and the register issues a receipt. Example Key operation Subtotal void Correction of incorrect entries not handled by the direct or indirect void function Any errors found after the entry of a transaction has been completed or during an amount tendered entry, cannot be voided.
  • Page 72: Correction After Finalizing Atransaction (After Generating A Receipt)

    CORRECTION AFTER FINALIZING A TRANSACTION (AFTER GENERATING A RECEIPT) When you need to void incorrect entries that are found after finalizing a transaction or cannot be corrected by direct or indirect void, follow this procedure in the MGR mode. Turn the mode switch to the MGR position. Press the key to put your register in the VOID mode.
  • Page 73: Override Entries

    OVERRIDE ENTRIES Programmed limits (such as maximum amounts) for functions can be overridden by making the entry in the MGR mode. Procedure Turn the mode switch to the MGR position. Make the override entry. Example Selling a $15.00 item (dept. 2) for cash and subtracting the coupon amount $2.50 from the sale amount (This example presumes that the register has been programmed not to allow coupon entries over $2.00.) Key operation...
  • Page 74: Overlapped Cashier/Server Entry

    OVERLAPPED CASHIER/SERVER ENTRY This function allows you to switch from one cashier/server to another interrupting the first cashier/server’s entry. The second cashier/server can make a sales entry, then the first cashier/server may continue. Example Cashier 1: Entry started Cashier 2: Cashier/server change (1 to 2), interruption initiated Cashier 2: Transaction finished (2) Cashier 1: Cashier/server change (2 to 1), entry restart •...
  • Page 75: Special Printing Functions

    SPECIAL PRINTING FUNCTIONS Copy receipt printing If your customer wants a receipt after you have finalized a transaction with the receipt ON-OFF function in the “OFF” status (no receipting), press the copy receipt when the receipt ON-OFF function is in the “ON” status. Pressing the key in the OP X/Z mode before registration toggles the status “ON”...
  • Page 76: Validation Printing Function (Slip Printer)

    Your register can print the employee’s arrival and departure time when it is connected with the slip printer. For the details for connecting a slip printer, please contact your authorized SHARP dealer. For printing of the arrival and departure times, you must be in the OP X/Z mode.
  • Page 77: Printing Of Header And Footer Graphic Logos

    Printing of header and footer graphic logos As an optional setting, your register can print a graphic logo on the top of each receipt (header graphic logo). If preset to do so, a graphic logo can be printed on the bottom of each receipt (footer graphic logo) with the job code #2616.
  • Page 78: Time Display And Automatic Updating Of The Date

    TIME DISPLAY AND AUTOMATIC UPDATING OF THE DATE Time display When you need the time displayed, turn the mode switch to the OP X/Z position after the preceding transaction or operation is finalized. You can also display the time by pressing the The time display disappears as soon as you press the subsequent entry.
  • Page 79: For The Manager

    FOR THE MANAGER PRIOR TO PROGRAMMING Programming keyboard layout When you are in the PGM1 or PGM2 mode, the keyboard layout will be set to one of the programming layouts as shown below. For ER-A520 RECEIPT JOURNAL (SHIFT) (SHIFT-2) (SPACE) For ER-A530 RECEIPT JOURNAL œ...
  • Page 80: How To Program Alphanumeric Characters

    : This key toggles the double-size character mode and normal-size character mode. The default is the normal-size character mode. The double-size character is displayed with the letter “=” (ex. =S). [Ex.] To program the name “SHARP” in double size : Entering lower-case letters Ó...
  • Page 81 Alphanumeric character code table Code Character Code á â ê î ì í ô ó û ú œ ´´ ú ´´ ó ¨ ´´ Ú ´´ Ó (space) ” & ’ (DC) : Double-size character code : The shaded character cannot be displayed (will be displayed as space). Note The character “...
  • Page 82: Programming

    PROGRAMMING This chapter illustrates how to program your cash register. Basic instructions All the programming items can be programmed by the Job-Code-Based Programming described later. Also your machine allows you to program some items using the Direct Programming, which does not require you to enter the job code.
  • Page 83: Time

    Time PGM 1 PGM 2 Set the time using the military time (24-hour) system. For example, when the time is set to 2:30 AM, enter 230; and when it is set to 2:30 PM, enter 1430. The time will be printed and displayed using a real-time system. Once you set the time, the internal clock unit will continue to run as long as the built-in battery is alive and update the date (day, month, year) properly.
  • Page 84: Functional Selection

    Functional selection Procedure To set all zeros ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP Dept. code (1 — 99) Item: Group number Commission group number Sign (plus/minus) Food stamp status Tax 4 status Tax 3 status Tax 2 status Tax 1 status Item validation printing Tare table number Scale entry Registration type Department type...
  • Page 85 Group number Note You can assign a department to a maximum of nine groups. This programming enables you to take group sales reports. Commission group number A commission group number (0–9, 0: non commission) can be assigned to each department. Sign (plus/minus) •...
  • Page 86: Plu/Upc Programming

    Example Key operation 1000000100000317 PLU/UPC programming Your machine is equipped with 2000 standard PLU/UPC codes. Your machine allows you to perform the following programming for each PLU/UPC. • Please note that the price lookup/subdepartment/UPC key ( Note • To review the UPC codes available to this register, please refer to the chapter 13 in “Universal Product Code(UPC) or European Article Number(EAN)”.
  • Page 87: Functional Selection

    Functional selection Procedure To program any PLU/UPC Direct PLU key ä Level no. (1 to 5) PLU code (max. 5 digits) UPC code (6 to 13 digits) Item: Commission group number Sign (plus/minus) Food stamp status Tax 4 status Tax 3 status Tax 2 status Tax 1 status Tare table number...
  • Page 88: Associated Department

    Tax status (taxable 1 thru 4/non-taxable) • When an entry of a taxable PLU/UPC is made in a transaction, tax is automatically computed according to the associated tax table or rate. • Tax 4 is prohibited if you use the food stamp function. Tare table number Tare table number associated with scale entry (1 thru 9).
  • Page 89: Programming For Discount Keys

    Programming for discount keys ( Discount amount PGM 1 Procedure To program zero Discount amount (max. 6 digits) Example Key operation Functional programming Procedure To program zero *ABCDEFGHI To program any coupon function * Item: Food stamp status Tax 4 status Tax 3 status Tax 2 status Tax 1 status...
  • Page 90: Programming For Percent Keys

    Tax status (taxable 1 thru 4/non-taxable) Note Tax 4 is prohibited if you use the food stamp function. HALO (High amount lockout) “HI” is the same as H x 10 For example, presetting 14 ($100.00) here means that amount entries of up to $100.00 are allowed in the REG mode.
  • Page 91: Functional Programming

    Functional programming Procedure To program zero *ABCDEFGHIJ * Item: Type of amount entry Food stamp status Tax 4 status Tax 3 status Tax 2 status Tax 1 status Sign (+/-) item%/subtotal% selection Always enter 0. Always enter 0. Tax status (taxable 1 thru 4/non-taxable) Note Tax 4 is prohibited if you use the food stamp function.
  • Page 92: Programming For Conversion Keys

    Programming for conversion keys ( Currency conversion rate Procedure To program zero * Conversion rate * Conversion rate: 0.0000 – 9999.9999 Note You must use a decimal point key when setting conversion rates that are fractional. Example Key operation Programming for the High amount lockout (HALO) The HALO limit effects REG mode operations but can be overridden in the MGR mode.
  • Page 93: Programming For The

    Programming for the High amount lockout (HALO) and functional selection Procedure To program zero * ABCDEFGHIJKL * Item: GLU/PBLU/Manual PB/CB entry Short amount tender entry Retention of closed GLU/PBLU file Bill (slip) printing Footer printing on receipt Non-add code entry Change enable (over tender enable) Validation printing Drawer opening...
  • Page 94 Example Key operation Print 000000000015 Ç HALO A thru J...
  • Page 95: Programming For The Automatic Tax Calculation Function

    Programming for the automatic tax calculation function Your machine has an automatic tax calculation feature which allows you to program four tax tables to avoid calculating incorrect tax amounts. Automatic tax calculations require you to program, in addition to the tax table, the tax status of each pertinent department, PLU/UPC, and function key.
  • Page 96 Procedure † One- or two- digit number max. three max. five digits digits To delete a tax table, use the following sequence: † One- or two- digit number *1 First figure: The first figure to be entered depends upon whether the difference between a minimum breakpoint to be entered and the preceding minimum breakpoint is not less than $1.00 or more than 99¢.
  • Page 97 • If the tax is not provided for every cent, modify the tax table by setting the tax for every cent in the following way. When setting the tax, consider the minimum breakpoint corresponding to unprovided tax to be the same as the one corresponding to the tax provided on a large amount.
  • Page 98: Job-Code-Based Programming

    Job-Code-Based Programming This section illustrates how to program items using job codes. Using job codes allows you to program a wide variety of items in comparison with direct programming. Start this programming by entering a corresponding job code as shown below. 2110 All the items which can be programmed by the job-code-based programming are listed on this page and the following, and those which can also be programmed by the direct programming are marked with the symbol...
  • Page 99: Setting The Register And Consecutive Numbers

    Setting the register and consecutive numbers Setting the register number When your store has two or more registers, it is practical to set separate register numbers for their identification. You may set them with a maximum of six digits. Procedure To set the register number “0”...
  • Page 100: Programming For The Automatic Tax Calculation Function

    Programming for the automatic tax calculation function Your machine has an automatic tax calculation feature which allows you to program four tax tables or rates to avoid calculating incorrect tax amounts. Automatic tax calculations require you to program, in addition to the tax table and rate, the tax status of each pertinent department, PLU/UPC, and function key.
  • Page 101 Procedure 2710 max. three max. five digits digits To delete a tax table, use the following sequence: 2710 *1 First figure: The first figure to be entered depends upon whether the difference between a minimum breakpoint to be entered and the preceding minimum breakpoint is not less than $1.00 or more than 99¢.
  • Page 102: The Tax Rate (#2711)

    • If the tax is not provided for every cent, modify the tax table by setting the tax for every cent in the following way. When setting the tax, consider the minimum breakpoint corresponding to unprovided tax to be the same as the one corresponding to the tax provided on a large amount.
  • Page 103: Doughnut Tax Exempt (For The Canadian Tax System) (#2715)

    Example Programming the tax rate 4% as tax rate 2 with tax exempt as 12¢ Key operation 2711 • If you make an incorrect entry before pressing the third Note it with the key; and if you make an error after pressing the third key.
  • Page 104: Programming For Departments

    Programming for departments Your machine is equipped with 20 (ER-A520)/10 (ER-A530) standard departments and a maximum of 99 departments. Your machine allows you to perform the following programming for each department. Functional programming 1 You can set each department for: Item validation printing If item entries must be validated, program corresponding departments for compulsory validation printing.
  • Page 105 Procedure 2110 Item: Item validation printing Tare table number Scale entry Registration type Department type Type of unit price entry Programming for department 3 Example Enter ABCDEF=000003 for department 3. Key operation To program any dept. To program zero Dept. code * A B C D E F (1 - 99) To program the next sequential dept.
  • Page 106: Functional Programming 2 (#2111)

    Functional programming 2 Sign (plus/minus) • Assign a plus sign to departments for normal sales transactions. • Assign a minus sign to departments for minus transactions. Food stamp status • Assign a food stamp status (food stamp eligible or food stamp ineligible) to each department. Tax status (taxable 1 thru 4/non-taxable) •...
  • Page 107: A Limit Amount (Halo) Of Entry (#2112)

    A limit amount (HALO) of entry You can set limit amounts (HALO: High Amount Lockout) for each department. The limit is effective for the REG mode operations and can be overridden in the MGR mode. The HALO limit is represented by two figures as follows: Procedure 2112...
  • Page 108: Unit Price (#1110)

    Unit price PGM 1 You can program unit prices up to a maximum of six digits ($9999.99). Even if a department is not programmed to allow the entry of preset unit prices in functional programming 1 (job #2110), the department is automatically changed to allow the entry of preset unit prices by this programming entry.
  • Page 109: Group Number (#2116)

    Group number PGM 2 You can assign departments to a maximum of 9 groups (1 thru 9). This programming enables you to take the group department sales reports. Procedure 2116 Example Programming the group number 1 for dept. 1 and the group number 2 for dept. 2 Key operation Group text PGM 2...
  • Page 110: Age Limitation (#2180)

    Age limitation PGM 2 If an item sold is not allowed to be sold to certain aged persons by law, program the age limitation for the corresponding department. Procedure 2180 When a department for which a setting other than zero (1 to 99) has been programmed as the age Note limitation is entered, the birthday entry will be enforced.
  • Page 111: Department Key Positioning (#2119)

    To assign the department to a key position, select the key number of the position. For key number positions, refer to section “3 Standard key number layout” in chapter “KEYBOARD”. Procedure 2119 The key number placement is determined by your local authorized SHARP dealer. Note Example Key operation...
  • Page 112: Plu/Upc Programming

    PLU/UPC programming The cash register can deal PLU codes and UPC codes. A PLU code consist of 5-digits number and leading zeros can be applied to the PLU code. Your machine has two kinds of PLU registration methods: Direct PLU registration: Accomplished by pressing item key (direct PLU key) directly. Indirect PLU registration: Accomplished by making an entry of PLU code and pressing the UPC codes are basically codes for barcode reading.
  • Page 113: Associated Department (#1200, 2230, 1050)

    Sign (+/-) The function of every PLU/UPC varies according to the combination of its sign and its associate department’s sign as follows: Sign PLU/UPC Dept. – – – – Food stamp status and tax status (taxable 1, 2, 3 and/or 4, non-taxable) Item label (max.
  • Page 114 For a range of PLUs 2230 Start PLU code (max. 5 digits) PLU codes must have already been defined. If not, an error message "NO RECORD" will appear Note on the display. Example Programming for PLU 1 for “Associate department 2” For each PLU/UPC Example Programming the PLU 11 thru 20 for “Associate department 3”...
  • Page 115: Unit Prices (#1210, 1060)

    Unit prices PGM 1 PGM 2 Procedure 1210 1060 * In case that price shift function is allowed, the register prompts to enter a unit price for the following level by displaying “P2” thru “P6” on the display, and when a unit price of level 6 is entered, the register goes to the status for programming the following PLU/UPC.
  • Page 116: Base Quantity (#1211, 1061)

    Base quantity PGM 1 Procedure 1211 1061 Example Programming “12” for PLU 2 Key operation Functional programming 1 Procedure For each PLU/UPC 2210 2060 For a range of PLUs 2231 Start PLU code (max. 5 digits) When new PLU codes are created in the range specified, the default values are applied to the Note programming items other than the items set in this programming.
  • Page 117 * Item: Delete method (for only UPC) For PLU, always enter 1. Condiment type PLU (for only PLU) For UPC, always enter 0. Condiment entry (for only PLU) For UPC, always enter 0. Price shift entry Tare table number Scale entry Type of unit price entry Example To program ABCDEFG=1000003 for PLU1...
  • Page 118: Functional Programming 2 (#2211, 2232, 2061)

    Functional programming 2 Procedure For each PLU/UPC 2211 2061 For a range of PLUs 2232 Start PLU code (max. 5 digits) For a range of PLUs: PLU codes must have already been defined. If not, an error message "NO Note RECORD"...
  • Page 119 Example Programming ABCDEF=010001 for PLU 1 For each PLU/UPC Key operation Programming the range PLU 11 thru 20 for ABCDEF=000001 For a range Key operation of PLUs 2211 010001 Ç Taxable 1 Food stamp eligible 2232 000001 Ç Print Print...
  • Page 120: Item Label (#2214, 2064)

    Item label PGM 2 You can program a maximum of 16 characters (item label) for each PLU/UPC. Select the characters you want to program, referring to section “2 How to program alphanumeric characters” in chapter “PRIOR TO PROGRAMMING”. Procedure 2214 2064 * In case that price shift function is allowed, the register prompts to enter an item level for the following level by displaying "P2"...
  • Page 121: Commission Groups (#2215, 2235, 2065)

    Commission groups You can assign PLUs/UPCs to commission groups (1 to 9). Procedure For each PLU/UPC 2215 2065 For a range of PLUs 2235 Start PLU code (max. 5 digits) For a range of PLUs: PLU codes must have already been defined. If not, an error message "NO Note RECORD"...
  • Page 122: Group Number (#2216, 2066)

    Group number PGM 2 You can assign PLU/UPCs to a maximum of 99 groups. Each PLU/UPC can belong to a maximum of three groups. Procedure 2216 2066 * AB: Group number (0 to 99) for group 1 CD: Group number (0 to 99) for group 2 EF: Group number (0 to 99) for group 3 Example Programming 01/10/50 (Group 1/2/3) for PLU1...
  • Page 123: Age Limitation (#2280, 2236, 2081)

    Age limitation PGM 2 If an item sold is not allowed to be sold to certain aged persons by law, program the age limitation for the corresponding PLU/UPC. Procedure For each PLU/UPC 2280 2081 For a range of PLUs 2236 Start PLU code (max.
  • Page 124: Stock Quantity (#1222, 1220, 1221)

    Programming the PLU 11 thru 20 for the age limitation “18” For a range of PLUs Stock quantity You can assign a stock quantity to each PLU/UPC code. (If you want to control a stock quantity, please consult your dealer.) When you assign it for the first time, follow the below procedure: Procedure 1222 Example...
  • Page 125: Set Plu (#2221)

    Adding the stock quantity Example To add the stock quantity “4” to the current stock quantity “10” of PLU2 Key operation Subtracting the stock quantity Example To subtract the stock quantity “1.5” from the current stock quantity “14” of PLU 2 Key operation Set PLU 2221...
  • Page 126: Mix-And-Match Table (#2217, 2225, 2067)

    Mix-and-match table The mix-and-match table consists of the adjustment amount and the matching count for discount (satisfying the count of entered items). You can program a maximum of 99 mix-and-match tables. One table can be assigned maximum of 5 kind of items. [Ex.] Mix-and-match table no.
  • Page 127: Plu Condiment Table (#2222, #2223)

    Example Programming mix-and-match table no.1 for PLU 1 Key operation PLU condiment table The “condiment entry” is intended to guide the operator in making menu entries which require special cooking instructions. For example, a cashier/server can make such entries as “garnishing potato,” “with salad,” and “grilling steak rate.”...
  • Page 128 The condiment table should contain the following: Condiment table: The condiment table is a group of condiment PLUs, which is assigned to each menuitem PLU. A table consists of a message text and up to 15 PLUs. Also, you can assign the next condiment table number to a condiment table to link them.
  • Page 129: Print Station To Plu/Upc Assignment (#2218, 2068)

    Assigning PLUs for condiment entry Procedure 2223 Condiment table# (1 - 99) *A: Repeat times (1 to 9) BC: Next table# (00 to 99: 00: not applied) Example Programming repeat time 1 and next condiment table #2 and PLU 23/24/25 for PLUs for condiment entry for condiment table #1.
  • Page 130: Delete Period For Non-Accessed Upc Codes (#2029)

    Example Delete period for non-accessed UPC codes You can delete the UPC codes which have not been accessed during the period you set in this program when you execute the job #105 in Z1 mode when you set “Delete in non-accessed UPC deleting job” in the UPC delete method (#2210).
  • Page 131: Programming Non-Plu Code Format (#2025)

    Programming Non-PLU code format The register allows you to specify the Non-PLU code format (flag code: 2, 02, 20 -29). The format data is as follows: Flag Free format (02 or 20-29) Procedure 2025 Flag code: 2, 02, 20 - 29 Item: Length of field 1 (number of digits) Length of field 2 (number of digits)
  • Page 132: Link Plu/Upc Link (#2220)

    For key no. position, refer to section “3 Standard key number layout” in chapter “KEYBOARD”. Procedure 2219 • PLU codes must have already been defined. Note • The key number placement is determined by your local Authorized SHARP Dealer. 2220 PGM 2 To program any PLU/UPC Ä...
  • Page 133: Item Label For Remote Printer (#2244, 2094)

    Example Programming of PLU 1 (level 1) and PLU 65 (level 2) are assigned to key no. 21 Key operation ¬ Item label for remote printer You can program a maximum 12 characters (item label) for each PLU/UPC which are printed by remote printers. Select the characters you want to program, referring to section “2 How to program alphanumeric characters”...
  • Page 134: Color Video Monitor (Cvm) Control Character (#2258, 2234, 2059)

    Color Video Monitor (CVM) control character This programming enables you to assign each PLU/UPC with a number that can be used as a CVM control character. This number is converted to a two-digit character code that is transmitted for use with a CVM device. Procedure For each PLU/UPC 2258...
  • Page 135: Programming For Miscellaneous Keys

    Programming for miscellaneous keys Only function keys which you have allocated on the keyboard will allow this programming. ç Rate ( , commission, gratuity, 1310 Direct You can program percent rates, currency conversion rates, commission rate, gratuity rate, tip-in rate and discount amount.
  • Page 136: Gas Discount Unit Price (#1311)

    Gas discount unit price Procedure 1311 *: Function no. 11:Gas discount when finalized by 12:Gas discount when finalized by 13:Gas discount when finalized by 14:Gas discount when finalized by 15:Gas discount when finalized by 16:Gas discount when finalized by 17:Gas discount when finalized by 18:Gas discount when finalized by 19:Gas discount when finalized by 20:Gas discount when finalized by...
  • Page 137: A Limit Amount (Halo) Of Entry

    Example Programming Key operation   Entry using   character code A limit amount (HALO) of entry ( 2312 Direct The HALO limit is in effect for the REG-mode operations but can be overridden in the MGR mode. The HALO limit is represented by two figures as follows: Procedure 2312...
  • Page 138: +/- Sign, Food Stamp Status, And Tax Status

    +/- sign, food stamp status, and tax status ( Direct +/- sign: Programming of the +/- sign assigns the premium or discount function for each key. Food stamp status: Programming of the food stamp status decides whether a premium or discount should be dealt with as a food stamp-eligible amount or not.
  • Page 139: Percent Entry Type ( % ) (#2310)

    Percent entry type ( You can program the entry type of rates for percent entries. Procedure 2310 *1: Function no. *2: Entry type ∞ 6: For the ) key § 7: For the ¶ 8: For the • 9: For the ∞...
  • Page 140: Item % Or Subtotal % Selection ( ) (#2315)

    Item% or subtotal% selection ( Item%: Select this when a percent calculation is desired for the individual department and PLU/UPC. Subtotal%: Select this when a percent calculation is desired for merchandise subtotals. Procedure 2315 *1: Function no. ∞ 6: For the ) key §...
  • Page 141: Vendor Or Store Coupon Selection ( - ) (#2316)

    Vendor or store coupon selection ( Vendor coupon: Select this when the coupon is to be applied to the total sales amount. Store coupon: Select this when the coupon is to be applied to an individual department or PLU. Procedure 2316 *1: Function no.
  • Page 142: Programming For The Media Keys

    Programming for the media keys Functional programming 1 You can set each media for: GLU/PBLU/Manual PB/CB entry compulsory Short amount tender entry Retention of closed GLU/PBLU file Bill (slip) print compulsory Footer printing on receipt This programming decides whether or not your machine should print a message at the foot of a receipt when a specified media key is used.
  • Page 143 *2: Item: GLU/PBLU/Manual PB/CB entry Short amount tender entry Retention of closed GLU/PBLU file Bill (slip) printing Footer printing on receipt Non-add code entry Change enable (over tender enable) Validation printing Drawer opening Amount tendered operation ≥ • For the key, always enter 0 as A thru C and E thru J.
  • Page 144: Functional Programming 2 (#2326)

    Functional programming 2 You can program each media key for gas discount availability and tax status (tax 1 thru 4). Procedure 2326 *1: Function no. 89: For the Å 90: For the Å 91: For the Å 92: For the É...
  • Page 145: High Amount Lockout (Halo) For Check Cashing, Check Change, And Cash In Drawer (#2321)

    High amount lockout (HALO) for check cashing, check change, and cash in drawer You can program the upper limit amounts for check cashing, check change, and cash in drawer. Procedure 2321 *1: Function no. 99: For check 1 cashing 100: For check 2 cashing 101: For check 3 cashing 102: For check 4 cashing 103: For check 5 cashing...
  • Page 146: Print Station Assignment (#2328)

    Example Setting the HALO limit to $1000.00 (15) for the Key operation Print station assignment When you use a remote printer, consult your dealer. Procedure 2328 *1: Function no. 89: For the Å 90: For the Å 91: For the Å...
  • Page 147: Cat Programming (#2330)

    CAT programming When you use a credit card authorization terminal, please consult your authorized SHARP dealer. Procedure 2330 *1: Function no. 89: For the 120: For the Å 90: For the 122: For the Å 91: For the 124: For the Å...
  • Page 148: Programming Of Function Text

    Programming of function text Programming PGM 2 You can program a maximum of 8 characters for each function key and other functions using the table on the following pages. Select the characters you want to program referring to section “2 How to program alphanumeric characters”...
  • Page 149 Function Key or function Tax 1 total of refund entries Net tax 1 total Exempt tax 1 Net taxable 2 subtotal Gross tax 2 total Tax 2 total of refund entries Net tax 2 tota Exempt tax 2 Net taxable 3 subtotal Gross tax 3 total Tax 3 total of refund entries Net tax 3 total...
  • Page 150 Function Key or function Refund charge 7 Gross charge 8 Refund charge 8 Gross charge 9 Refund charge 9 Check 1 Check 2 Check 3 Check 4 Check 5 Cash + check in drawer Cash in drawer Cash tip Charge tip Tip-in (used only for PGM mode) Tip paid...
  • Page 151 Function Key or function Transaction report title Cash in drawer report title Commission sales report title SALES CCD report title Server/cashier report title Hourly report title Daily net report title GLU/PBLU report title Non-accessed UPC report title NO ACCES Dynamic UPC report title Tax report title Non-add code text GLU/PBLU code text...
  • Page 152: Server/Cashier Programming

    Please note that texts for cashiers/servers are printed as servers (SRV/SERV) on the receipts. Server/Cashier code You can assign a server/cashier code to each server/cashier. For more details, please contact your authorized SHARP dealer. Procedure 1400 * Programming code “0” inhibits entries of the selected server/cashier no.
  • Page 153: Functional Programming (#2410)

    Functional programming Procedure 2410 The server/cashier code must be programmed for the server/cashier by job #1400 prior to the Note programming. * Item: GLU/PBLU/Manual PB/CB entry Drawer no. Example Programming AB=01 for server/cashier code 1111 Key operation GLU/PBLU code range assignment Procedure 2411 Server/cashier...
  • Page 154: Net Sales % Rate (#2413)

    Net sales % rate Procedure 2413 • You must enter the decimal for fractional rates. Note • The server/cashier code must be programmed for the server/cashier by job #1400 prior to the programming. Example Programming 20% for server/cashier code 1111 Key operation Programming various functions Programming for optional feature selection...
  • Page 155 Available mode for PLU level shift Printing of the number of purchased items Time printing on the receipt/journal Journal print form You may choose either of the following forms. • Detailed journal print that shows the details of all entries – the same information as printed on the receipt. •...
  • Page 156 Procedure 2616 **P: 1 * Item: A OP X/Z mode B Paid-out in REG mode C Refund type of sale in the REG mode D Refund and return in the REG mode Direct void in REG mode Indirect void in the REG mode G Subtotal void in REG mode H Validation printing in a refund and return entry **P: 2...
  • Page 157 **P: 3 * Item: A Always enter 0. B Always enter 0. C Zero skip in server/cashier report D Zero skip in transaction report Zero skip in department report Zero skip in PLU/UPC report G Zero skip in hourly report H Zero skip in daily net report **P: 4 * Item:...
  • Page 158 **P: 7 * Item: A Void mode in REG mode B Always enter 0. C No sale in REG mode D Finalization when the subtotal amount is zero in the REG mode Item printing in GLU/PBLU transaction on the slip Tip-paid operation in REG mode G Transfer-in/out operation in REG mode H Always enter 0.
  • Page 159: Programming The Parameter Of The Slip Printer (#2615)

    **P: 11 (ABCDEFGH: Always enter 0.) **P: 12 * Item: A to G Always enter 0. Price change function in REG mode **P: 13 * Item: A to C Always enter 0. Printing of the price shift text on the receipt/journal Always enter 0.
  • Page 160: Setting The Time Limit For The Till Timer

    Setting the time limit for THE TILL TIMER The machine counts the number of times the drawer is left open for longer than a programmed time limit. The counter will be incremented by one each time a programmed time limit is reached. The time limit for THE TILL TIMER can be preset for 0 to 255 seconds.
  • Page 161: Programming Of Logo Messages (#2614)

    Programming of logo messages Your register can print programmed messages for customers on every receipt. On the standard model, the ER-A520 prints a graphic logo/the ER-A530 is set to print a header 3-line message on the receipt. (If you want a graphic logo customerized for your store, please consult your dealer.) If you want to print logo message, please consult your dealer too.
  • Page 162: Selection Of X1/Z1 And X2/Z2 Reports To Be Printed In The Stacked Report Sequence (#2620)

    Selection of X1/Z1 and X2/Z2 reports to be printed in the stacked report sequence PGM 2 Your register is equipped with the stacked report printing function that enables multiple X/Z reports to be printed in sequence with only a single request. Procedure 2620 Job no.
  • Page 163: Setting The Time Range For Hourly Reports (#2619)

    Setting the time range for hourly reports You can set the time range for the hourly report. Procedure When A thru C are all zeros. 2619 *A: Time range To set the time range to 30 minutes (in the 24-hour system), enter 0. To set the time range to 60 minutes (in the 24-hour system), enter 1.
  • Page 164: Available Glu/Pblu Codes (#2810)

    Available GLU/PBLU codes You can specify the range of GLU/PBLU codes available for the register. Procedure 2810 Example Programming 1 for start code and 1000 for end code Key operation Bill number PGM 2 A consecutive bill number is automatically increased by one each time a GLU/PBLU entry is finalized. Specify a number that one less than a desired starting number.
  • Page 165: Functional Programming For The Printer (#2990)

    Functional programming for the printer You can program the printing density of the receipt/journal printer. Procedure To program zero 2990 *AB: Printing density (00 – 99) 00 = 89% for standard density 50 = 100% for standard density 99 = 111% for standard density Example Programming “100% for standard density”...
  • Page 166 LIST OF GUIDANCE/ERROR MESSAGES Text Description Registration error Misoperation error Desired code is not programmed yet. (Reserved) Secret code error Code is not free Memory is full. Insert slip paper. The entered server/cashier’s code is not authorized. Stock is empty. Compulsory pushing the subtotal key Compulsory tendering...
  • Page 167: Validation Message (#2642)

    Validation message You can program the text (3 lines) to be printed on validation slip. Up to 30 characters can be programmed per line. Procedure 2642 Example Programming “FOR DEPOSIT ONLY” for the check validation message Key operation DEPOSIT ∏ key must be placed on the keyboard.
  • Page 168: Rs-232C Channel Assignment (#2690)

    RS-232C channel assignment Your register is equipped with two RS-232C interfaces. If you use the communication functions, the channel number of each RS-232C interface must be programmed by using the following procedure. To activate the communication functions, please consult your dealer. Procedure 2690 ** P: 1...
  • Page 169: Barcode Reader Programming (#2691)

    Example Assigning channel 1 to the slip printer TM-295 Key operation Barcode reader programming Procedure To program zero 2691 * Item: Data bit Parity bit Stop bit Transmission speed Example Key operation 2690 0100 Ç 2691 PGM 2 Ç * A B C D Selection: 7 bits 8 bits...
  • Page 170: Remote Printer Assignment (#2692)

    Remote printer assignment Procedure 2692 * Item: Logo text printing Auto cutter function Type of the printer Example Second remote printer assignment Procedure 3653 * Item: Second remote printer Example 2692 PGM 2 Remote printer no. (1 or 2) Selection: Not print Print Disable...
  • Page 171: Remote Printer Name (#3654)

    Remote printer name Procedure 3654 Example Key operation Print format for remote printer Procedure 3655 * Item: Taxable status print Q’ty print when q’ty is “1”. Dept./PLU/UPC code print Unit price print Amount print Taxable status print Taxable status printing is allowed only when “amount print” (parameter E) is set to “Print”. Example Key operation 3654...
  • Page 172: Chit Receipt Format (#3656)

    Chit receipt format Procedure 3656 * Item: Taxable status print Q’ty print when q’ty is “1”. Dept./PLU/UPC code print Unit price print Amount print Taxable status print Taxable status printing is allowed only when “amount print” (parameter E) is set to “Print”. Example 3656 PGM 2...
  • Page 173: Rs-232C Interface (#6110, 6111, 6112, 6113, 6115, 6212, 6213, 6220)

    RS-232C interface Online terminal number Procedure 6110 Transmission line form system Procedure 6111 * Item: Sending of the CI signal Line form Functional programming Procedure 6112 * Item: Baud rate (38400/19200/9600/4800 bps) The selected baud rate is used for on-line communications.
  • Page 174 Baud rate specification for print data sending Procedure 6212 * Baud rate 4: 4800 bps 5: 9600 bps Start/end code specification for print data sending Procedure 6213 * ABC: Start code - 000 to 127 DEF: End code - 000 to 127 Functional selection for print data sending Procedure 6220...
  • Page 175: Programming The Cat Interface (#7110, 7111, 7112, 7113, 7114, 7115, 7116)

    Programming the CAT interface 7116 Phone number for dial out Procedure 7110 Password for dial out Procedure 7111 Functional selection Procedure 7112 * Item: Food stamp mode PIN PAD on CAT for DEBIT CARD Key type for PIN PAD Dial mode for dial out Time out setting for time 1 (reading a credit/debit card) Procedure 7113...
  • Page 176 Time out setting for time 2 (for the response of authorization) Procedure 7114 Time out setting for time 3 (for the reading of dial in/out) Procedure 7115 Allowed cash tip rate for authorization Procedure 7116 Ç Time out time (1 – 255 sec) Ç...
  • Page 177: Loading Dynamic Upcs To The Main Upc File (#2099)

    Secret codes to control access to the PGM1 mode, X1/Z1 mode and X2/Z2 mode 2630 PGM 2 When a secret code has been set for that specific mode operation, before performing any PGM1 mode, X1/Z1 mode or X2/Z2 mode operation, you must enter a secret code according to the following procedure. Operating Procedure Ç...
  • Page 178: Setting The Auto Key (#2900)

    Setting the AUTO key — Automatic sequencing key — If you program frequently performed transactions or report sequences for the AUTO keys, you can enter those transactions simply by pressing the corresponding AUTO keys during key operations. This programming can be done when your machine is in the X2/Z2 mode.
  • Page 179: Training Mode

    TRAINING mode The training mode is used when the operator or the manager practices register operations. When a training cashier has been selected, the machine automatically enters the training mode. When a training cashier has not been selected, the register automatically enters the ordinary REG mode. (For programming of a training cashier, please consult your local dealer.) The training operations are valid only in REG, MGR, and VOID mode.
  • Page 180: Reading Stored Programs

    Reading stored programs Your machine allows you to read program stored in the PGM1 and PGM2 modes. Program details and procedures for their reading Mode switch Program for: position PGM2 or Departments PGM1 PGM2 or PLUs/UPCs PGM1 Key nos. for departments and PGM2 PLUs...
  • Page 181 Mode switch Program for: position PGM2 or Dynamic UPCs PGM1 Dept. /PLU/UPC PGM2 or group text PGM1 PGM2 or Servers/cashiers PGM1 GLU/PBLU code PGM2 Function PGM2 or preset 1 PGM1 Function PGM2 preset 2 Messages PGM2 Tax tables and PGM2 or rates PGM1 Auto keys...
  • Page 182: Sample Printouts

    Sample printouts 1 Reading of programmed items for departments (Reading in the PGM1 and PGM2 modes) Job code no. Range Dept. code Item label Food stamp status Print station * When you take this report in the PGM1 mode, the PGM2 indication is replaced by “PGM1”.
  • Page 183 3 Reading of programmed key nos. for departments and PLUs (Reading in the PGM2 mode) 4 Reading of programmed items for link PLUs (Reading in the PGM2 mode) Leading PLU code 5 Reading of programmed set PLUs (Reading in the PGM2 mode) Key no.
  • Page 184 9 Reading of programmed Dynamic UPC (Reading in the PGM1 and PGM2 mode) The subsequent printout occurs in the same format as in the sample reading of programmed items for PLUs/UPCs. * When you take this report in the PGM1 mode, the PGM2 indication is replaced by “PGM1”.
  • Page 185 13 Reading of programmed items for functions - 1 (Reading in the PGM1 and PGM2 modes) To be continued on the next page * When you take this report in the PGM1 mode, the PGM2 indication is replaced by “PGM1”.
  • Page 187 14 Reading of programmed items for functions - 2 (Reading in the PGM2 mode) Logo message Line feed for tray subtotal Optional feature selection Drawer open alarm time Scale tare tables Hourly report format/start hour Stacked report Secret code Bill number Power saving mode RS-232C channel data Barcode reader data...
  • Page 188 15 Reading of programmed messages (Reading in the PGM2 mode) To be continued Guidance/error messages Check validation message Slip printer’s logo message...
  • Page 189 16 Reading of programmed tax tables and rates (Reading in the PGM2 mode) 17 Reading of programmed items for auto keys (Reading in the PGM2 mode) 18 Reading of programmed items for the thermal printer (Reading in the PGM2 mode) 19 Reading of remote printer preset (Reading in the PGM2 mode) Tax rate...
  • Page 190: Universal Product Code (Upc) Or European Article Number (Ean)

    Universal Product Code (UPC) or European Article Number (EAN) UPC or EAN code Your machine can support the following codes: • UPC-A (Number system character: 0, 2, 3, 4, 5) • EAN-8 • EAN-13 • Internal code EAN-8/EAN-13 For the codes used in-store marking, there are two types of PLU type (treated as a code like PLU no.) and Non- PLU type (price/quantity information is included in the code).
  • Page 191: Add-On Code

    EAN-13 • Ordinary EAN-13 code (used in the source marking) • Specific EAN-13 code (flag 977, 978, 979) (used in the source marking: ISBM, ISSN) For entry, you must enter a full of 13 digits number. • Internal code (used in the in-store marking, the flag character number: 20 through 29 and 02) Program the format by the job# 2025.
  • Page 192: Reading (X) And Resetting (Z) Of Sales Totals

    READING (X) AND RESETTING (Z) OF SALES TOTALS • Use the reading function (X) when you need to take a reading of sales information entered since the last resetting. You can take this reading any number of times. It does not affect the register’s memory. •...
  • Page 193 Mode switch position Item X1/Z1 X2/Z2 X1, Z1 X1, Z1 PLU/UPC report by pick up list X2, Z2 X1, Z1 X1, Z1 PLU/UPC report by associated department X2, Z2 Individual group total report on PLU/UPC Full group total report on PLU/UPC PLU/UPC zero sales report by department...
  • Page 194 Mode switch position Item X1/Z1 GLU/PBLU report X1, Z1 GLU/PBLU report by X1, Z1 cashier/server Closed GLU/PBLU X1, Z1 report Closed GLU/PBLU report by cashier/ X1, Z1 server Commission sales report Tax report Transaction report Cash in drawer report Dynamic UPC report X1, Z1 by designated range Dynamic UPC report...
  • Page 195 Mode switch position Item X1/Z1 X2/Z2 Dynamic UPC report X1, Z1 X1, Z1 by associated department Dynamic UPC clear report by X1, Z1 X1, Z1 designated range Dynamic UPC clear X1, Z1 X1, Z1 report by pick up list Dynamic UPC clear X1, Z1 X1, Z1 report by associated...
  • Page 196 Non-accessed UPC deleting Mode switch position Item X1/Z1 Reading of non-accessed UPCs Deleting of non-accessed UPCs When you execute the job #105 in Z1 mode, not only the sales data, but also the UPC code(s) (the Note related data files) themselves will be deleted. code X2/Z2 Key operation...
  • Page 197: Daily Sales Totals

    Daily sales totals General report You can take X and Z reports in the X1/Z1 mode. The use of the decimal ( will actually reset the totals. • Sample X report Dept. code Sales q'ty To be continued on the next page Not all reports provide the resetting capability.
  • Page 198 To be continued on the next page *1 When food stamp function is allowed, tax 4 items are not printed. Subtotal 4 counter and total Subtotal total Subtotal % 3 counter and total Subtotal % total Gas discount counter and total (cash 1 - 5) Gas discount counter and total (check 1 - 5) Gas discount counter and total (charge 1 - 9) Gas discount total...
  • Page 199 * When manual PB/CB function is enabled, amount is also printed for each print item. Item 1 counter and total Item 1 total Item % 1 counter and total Item % total Coupon-like PLU counter and total Vender coupon UPC counter and total Eat-in 1 counter and total Item void counter and total Subtotal void counter and total...
  • Page 200 PO1 by cash counter and total PO total Check cashing 1 counter and total Check cashing total Cash change total for check and charge tendering Cash change total for food stamp tendering Currency conversion 1 total (by programmed rate) Currency conversion 4 total (by manual rate) Currency conversion total Food stamp in drawer total Charge 1 counter and total...
  • Page 201: Cashier/Server Report

    Cashier/Server report Using this function, you can take X and Z reports for individual cashiers/servers or all cashiers/servers. Individual cashier/server reading and resetting The OP X/Z-mode reading and resetting is allowed only when your machine has been programmed Note for "OP X/Z mode available" in the PGM2 mode. •...
  • Page 202: Hourly Report

    Hourly report You can take X and Z reports for sales totals and transaction (customer) counters for 48 half hours, or 24 hours. If both quantity and amount are zero, their print is skipped. • Sample X report • Sample Z report The subsequent printout occurs in the same format as in the sample X report.
  • Page 203: Full Department Report

    Full department report Sales q’ty Amount Ratio of dept. 1 sales amount to + real dept. total Individual group total report on department Group 1 total Full group total report on department Group 1 total...
  • Page 204: Plu/Upc Report (By Designated Range Or Pick Up List)

    PLU/UPC report (by designated range or pick up list) This function provides you with X and Z reports for sales information of PLUs/UPCs. You can select either of the designated range operation or pick up list operation. The range may represent all or part of the PLUs/UPCs in your register.
  • Page 205 UPC code UPC total for price level 1 UPC total for price level 6...
  • Page 206: Plu/Upc Report By Associated Department

    PLU/UPC report by associated department • Sample X report The subsequent printout occurs in the same format as th ePLU/UPC report by designated range. Individual group total report on PLU/UPC PLU code Item label for price level 1 • Sample Z report The subsequent printout occurs in the same format as in the sample X report.
  • Page 207: Plu/Upc Zero Sales Report By Department

    PLU/UPC zero sales report by department PLU code * When printing full zero sale report, no associated dept. code is printed. PLU/UPC price category report PLU/UPC stock report (by designated range or pick up list) Associated dept. code* Item label The PLU/UPC range is not printed in pick Note up report (#104).
  • Page 208: Glu/Pblu Report

    GLU/PBLU report • Sample X report GLU/PBLU code Cover counter GLU/PBLU report by cashier/server • Sample X report • Sample Z report Range Cashier/server code The subsequent printout occurs in the same format as in the sample X report. • Sample Z report The subsequent printout occurs in the same format as in the sample X report.
  • Page 209: Closed Glu/Pblu Report

    Closed GLU/PBLU report • Sample X report • Sample Z report The subsequent printout occurs in the same format as in the sample X report.
  • Page 210: Closed Glu/Pblu Report By Cashier/Server

    Closed GLU/PBLU report by cashier/server • Sample X report • Sample Z report The subsequent printout occurs in the same format as in the sample X report.
  • Page 211: Transaction Report

    Transaction report In this report the same transaction data as those printed when general reading is taken are printed except department sales totals. Tax report *1 Not printed when food stamp function is allowed. *2 Printed only when Canadian tax is selected. *3 Not printed when Canadian tax is selected.
  • Page 212: Dynamic Upc Report (By Designated Range Or Pick Up List)

    Dynamic UPC report (by designated range or pick up list) The printout occurs in the same format as in the sample report of PLU/UPC report (by designated range or pick up list) . Dynamic UPC report by associated department The printout occurs in the same format as in the sample report of PLU/UPC report by associated department. Dynamic UPC clear (by designated range or pick up list) Please note that the UPCs specified for this report are deleted from the dynamic UPC file when Z report is issued.
  • Page 213: Deleting Of Non-Accessed Upcs

    Deleting of non-accessed UPCs • Sample X report (Reading) UPC code Item label Periodic sales* *: When there is any sales data of the UPC for #209 report, the data in printed here. When you delete the UPC in Z1 mode under the this situation, the data for #209 is also deleted. •...
  • Page 214: Periodic Consolidation

    Periodic consolidation Your register allows you to take consolidation X and Z reports of a chosen period (normally one week or a month). General Overview The periodic reading or resetting reports are the same in format as those in the X1/Z1 report for daily total except job code no.
  • Page 215: Compulsory Cash/Check Declaration

    COMPULSORY CASH/CHECK DECLARATION If you want to make the declaration of the cash and check amount in the drawer mandatory before performing cashier Z reports, please consult your dealer and have your register programmed for compulsory cash/check declaration. If your register is programmed for compulsory cash/check declaration (CCD), a cashier must first count and declare the cash and check amounts (of domestic and foreign currency) in the drawer, before he or she can performing a cashier report.
  • Page 216 CCD entry amount Currency conversion 1 in drawer to be obtained Total of entered (declared) conversion 1 in drawer Difference Check 1 (in domestic currency) in drawer to be obtained Cash/check in drawer to be obtained Total of entered (declared) cash/check in drawer Difference Total of difference Cash in drawer to be obtained...
  • Page 217: Operator Maintenance

    OPERATOR MAINTENANCE In case of power failure When power is lost, the machine retains its memory contents and all information on sales entries. • When a power failure is encountered in register idle state or during an entry, the machine returns to the normal state of operation after power recovery.
  • Page 218: Cautions In Handling The Recording Paper (Thermal Paper)

    • Never touch around the print head and the motor during printing or before they have had sufficient time to cool. Cautions in handling the recording paper (thermal paper) • Use only the paper specified by SHARP. • Do not unpack the thermal paper until you are ready to use it.
  • Page 219: Installing And Removing The Paper Roll

    Installing and removing the paper roll Recording paper specifications Be sure to use paper rolls specified by SHARP. The use of any other paper rolls than specified could cause paper jamming, resulting in register malfunction. Paper specification Paper width: 2.26 ± 0.02 in. (57.5 ± 0.5 mm) Max.
  • Page 220: Removing The Paper Roll

    Installing the journal paper roll • When you want to manually install a new roll of paper while your machine is turned off, follow the steps shown below: Pull the print head release lever toward you to lift up the print head. Correctly place the new paper roll into the receipt/journal paper roll location.
  • Page 221 Removing the journal paper roll Area to cut Remove the printer cover. Ô Press the key to advance the journal paper until its printed part is out of the way. Cut the paper and remove the take-up spool. Cut the paper behind the printer and near the paper roll. Ô...
  • Page 222: Removing A Paper Jam

    Removing a paper jam Precaution: Be very careful with the manual paper cutter, so as not to cut yourself. Never touch the print head immediately after printing, because the head may still be hot. Remove the printer cover. Pull the print head release lever all the way forward (after it stops at one position, continue pulling forward until it stops Pull all the again and cannot be pulled forward any further).
  • Page 223: Cleaning The Print Head

    Cleaning the print head When the printed text is getting dark or faint, paper dust may be stuck to the print head. Clean the print head as follows: Pull all the way forward Print head Turn the mode switch to the “ OFF ” position. Remove the printer cover.
  • Page 224: Removing The Till And The Drawer

    Removing the till and the drawer The till in the register is detachable. After closing your business for the day, remove the till from the drawer and keep the drawer open. To detach the drawer, pull it forward fully with the till removed, and remove it by lifting it Coin case Till Opening the drawer by hand...
  • Page 225: Before Calling For Service

    Before calling for service The malfunctions shown in the left-hand column below, labelled “Fault,” do not necessarily indicate functional faults of the machine. It is therefore advisable to refer to the “Checking” shown in the right-hand column before calling for service. Fault The display won’t be illuminated even when the mode switch is turned to any other...
  • Page 226: List Of Options

    LIST OF OPTIONS For your register, the following Sharp options are available. For further details on additional options that may be considered, please contact your dealer. •Remote drawer models ER-03DW and ER-04DW •Till model ER-55CC2 for the standard cash drawer •Key kit models...
  • Page 227: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS Model: ER-A520/A530 Dimensions: 16.6 (W) x 16.8 (D) x 11.7 (H) in. (421 (W) x 427 (D) x 297 (H) mm) Weight: 31.7 lbs (14.4 kg) Power source: 120V ± 10% AC, 60Hz Power consumption: Stand-by 11 W Operating 47 W (max.) Working temperature: 32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C) Electronics:...
  • Page 228 Sharp. You should be aware, however, that Sharp does not itself extend any warranties, either express or implied, directly to you, the end-user, and no one is author- ized to make any representations or warranties on behalf of Sharp.
  • Page 229 SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION Sharp Plaza, Mahwah, New Jersey 07430-2135 1-800-BE-SHARP http://www.sharp-usa.com SHARP CORPORATION Printed in Japan ERA520/A530_MIE10...

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