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Touch Screen Smart Terminal
QT-6000
User's Manual
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Introducing QT-6000
Basic Operations & Setups
Advanced Operations
Troubleshooting
Introduction
Table of Contents
Display/Keyboard
Registrations
Programs
Useful Features
Reports
Error Code Table
Index

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  • Page 1

    Touch Screen Smart Terminal QT-6000 User’s Manual Introduction Table of Contents Introducing QT-6000 Display/Keyboard Basic Operations & Setups Registrations Programs Advanced Operations Useful Features Reports Troubleshooting Error Code Table Index U.K. Canada...

  • Page 3

    Introduction Congratulations on your selection of a CASIO QT-6000 touch screen smart terminal. This terminal is the product of the world's most advanced electronic technology, for outstanding versatility and reliability. Simplified operation is made possible by a specially designed touch screen and a wide selection of automated, programmable functions.

  • Page 4: Safety Precautions

    Should you drop the terminal and damage it, immediately shut down the power and unplug the AC plug from the power outlet. Continued use creates the danger of shorting, fire and electric shock. • Attempting to repair the terminal yourself is extremely dangerous. Contact CASIO service representative.

  • Page 5

    Continued use of a damaged power cord can cause deterioration of the insulation, exposure of internal wiring, and shorting, which creates the danger of electric shock and fire. • Contact CASIO service representative whenever the power cord or plug requires repair or maintenance. Caution! Do not place the terminal on an unstable or uneven surface.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Introduction & Contents Introduction & Contents ..................6 Introducing QT-6000 ................... 10 General guide ..........................10 Touch screen panel .........................13 Main display part ..........................14 Keyboard part ..........................16 Keyboard part with pop-up window ....................18 List pop-up window ........................18 Check number pop-up window ....................

  • Page 7

    Normal refund transaction ....................... 37 Reduction of amounts paid on refund ..................... 37 Registering money received on account ................38 Registering money paid out ....................38 Making corrections in a registration ..................39 To correct an item you input but not yet registered ................. 39 To correct an item you input and registered ..................

  • Page 8

    Introduction & Contents Actual stock quantity inquiry ....................60 Single item cash sales ......................61 Addition ..........................62 Addition (plus) ..........................62 Premium (%+) ..........................62 Coupon transactions ......................63 Coupon registration using <COUPON> (coupon key) ..............63 Coupon registration using <CPN2> (coupon 2 key) ................ 63 Registering the second unit price ..................

  • Page 9

    To print the daily sales read/reset report ..................85 To print the periodic 1/2 sales read/reset reports ................85 Procedure ........................... 85 Report (by optional remote printer) .................... 85 To print the PLU read/reset report ....................86 Procedure ........................... 86 Report (by optional remote printer) ....................

  • Page 10: Introducing Qt

    Introducing QT-6000 General guide This part of the manual introduces you to the terminal and provides a general explanation of its various parts. Touch screen panel Display on/off key Pilot lamp Front view i-Button key receiver (only for QT-6000-DLS) Stand Accessories Dust cover Drawer fixing screws...

  • Page 11

    Card slot cover Panel fixing screws Rear view Tilt the touch screen panel 1. Loosen the panel fixing screws. 2. Tilt the touch screen panel. 3. Tighten the panel fixing screws. (Turn the screw more than one round.) Important! Do not tilt without loosing the screws. QT-6000 User’s Manual...

  • Page 12

    Introducing QT-6000 Display on/off key This key is used for turning on/off the terminal display. i-Button key (only for QT-6000-DLS) You can assign the clerk or cashier by attaching an i- Button key to the receiver. Display on/off key Receiver i-Button keys Drawer (option) The drawer opens automatically whenever you finalize...

  • Page 13: Touch Screen Panel

    Touch screen panel You can use this panel both for display and for keyboard. • This panel consists of 2 parts; display part and keyboard part. 1 Main display part: Used for displaying numeric entries, registration, subtotal amount, etc. 2 Menu level display part: Used for displaying the current shift PLU, menu sheet and 2nd unit price level. 3 Keyboard part: Mainly used for keyboard (sometimes it is used for pop-up window) Shift PLU1 Menu1...

  • Page 14: Main Display Part

    Introducing QT-6000 Main display part Mode Clerk Date Time Consecutive number 31-10-04 12:34 PM 001234 ¨ Spagetti •20.00 T1 Spagetti •20.00 T1 7.5% -1.75 T1 Coffee •8.00 Hamburger •2.00 T1 Scroll area -0.30 T1 Milk •2.00 Apple Juice •5.00 ´ Coffee •8.00 Spagetti...

  • Page 15

    Main display part example Normal registration 1 Registered item quantity 31-10-04 12:34 PM 000123 1 PLU0001 •1.00 T1 This part of the display shows item count of each 2 PLU0002 •2.00 item. 1 PLU0003 •3.00 •6.00 CASH •10.00 2 Item/key descriptor •4.00 When you register a department/PLU/scanning PLU or transaction key, the item descriptor or key de-...

  • Page 16: Keyboard Part

    Introducing QT-6000 Keyboard part 31-10-04 12:34 PM 001234 PAGE 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 PLU010 PLU020 PLU030 PLU040 PLU050 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 PLU009 PLU019 PLU029 PLU039 PLU049 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 PLU008 PLU018 PLU028 PLU038 PLU048 HOME 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 PLU007 PLU017 PLU027 PLU037 PLU047 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890 •0.00 PAGE...

  • Page 17

    J Home position key A Cash/Amount tendered key Use this key to register a cash tender. Use this key to return the cursor to the home position. K Page down key B Yes key Use this key to consent the selection and proceeding Use this key to turn the window backwards.

  • Page 18: Keyboard Part With Pop-up Window

    Introducing QT-6000 Keyboard part with pop-up window List pop-up window Keys of the list Shift PLU1 Menu1 2nd@ 31-10-04 12:34 PM 001234 FUNC LIST PAGE PLU010 PLU020 PLU030 PLU040 PLU050 Shift PLU1 Menu1 2nd@ PLU009 PLU019 PLU029 PLU039 PLU049 SEAT# CANCEL 31-10-04 12:34 PM 001234...

  • Page 19: Allocatable Functions

    Consult your CASIO dealer for detail information. Use this key for conversions of a home currency subtotal or merchandise subtotal to equivalent of another Add check country's currency.

  • Page 20: List Number

    Introducing QT-6000 List Payment Use this key to display menu lists. Use this key to declare the following transactions as payment. List number PLU number Use this key to enter list number. Use this key to enter PLU number. Loan Plus Use this key to input the amount of money provided making change.

  • Page 21: Keys In Check No. Pop-up Window

    Shift PLU Tray total Use this key to shift flat-PLU key to the n-th (1 ~ 8) Use this key to display the total amount for all registra- level. tions from the last registration until this key is pressed or registrations between presses of this key.

  • Page 22: Basic Operations And Setups

    Basic Operations and Setups How to use the terminal The following describes the general procedure you should use in order to get the most out of the terminal. BEFORE business hours… • Check to make sure that the terminal is plugged in securely.

  • Page 23: Clerk Sign On/off And Mode Change

    Clerk sign on/off and mode change Assigning a clerk In Germany, you can assign clerks by attaching an i-Button key to the receiver or by clerk number. In other areas, you can assign clerks by using clerk key or by clerk secret number. The method you of assigning clerk depends on the programming of the terminal.

  • Page 24: Mode Change

    Basic Operations and Setups Mode change Even the mode switch is not allocated on the terminal, you can change the mode of the terminal by pressing the ° key. Mode pop-up window ° When you press the key, the mode pop-up window is appeared. In the mode pop-up window, only the allowable mode icons of the signed on clerk is appeared.

  • Page 25: Displaying The Time And Date

    Displaying the time and date You can show the time or date on the display of the terminal whenever there is no registration being made. Mode To display and clear the date/time OPERATION DISPLAY REG C01 000123 Date/time appears on the display. 31-10-04 12:34.

  • Page 26: Preparing And Using Flat-plu Keys

    Basic Operations and Setups Preparing and using flat-PLU keys Registering flat-PLU keys The following examples show how you can use the flat-PLU keys in various types of registrations. Mode Single item sale Example 1 PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer) —...

  • Page 27: Programming To Flat-plu

    Multiplication PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer) Unit price $1.00 MC #01 ———————— —— REG C01 31-10-2004 09:20 AM 000005 Quantity Item Quantity (4-digit integer/3-digit decimal) — Quantity/result ———————— —— 12 PLU001 •12.00 Flat-PLU ————————————— — Quantity/unit q’ty/@ @1/ 1.00 Payment Cash $20.00...

  • Page 28: Flat-plu Department Link/tax Status/listing Capacity Programming Procedure

    Basic Operations and Setups Flat-PLU department link/tax status/listing capacity programming procedure ° Step 1. Press and <PGM3> icon to turn “PGM-3”. Step 2. Select “3.Key Feature” and press , then select “1.PLU” and press P3 C01 31-10-04 09:21 AM 000123 Key Feature Key Feature 1.PLU...

  • Page 29: Registering Flat-plu Keys By Programming Data

    Registering flat-PLU keys by programming data Mode Preset price PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer) MC #01 Unit price ($1.00) preset REG C01 31-10-2004 09:30 AM 000007 ————————— Item Quantity 1 PLU002 •1.00 ————————— •1.00 Flat-PLU CASH •1.00 ————————————— Payment Cash $1.00 Preset tax status...

  • Page 30: Preparing And Using Discounts/reductions

    Basic Operations and Setups Preparing and using discounts/reductions This section describes how to prepare and register discounts/reductions. Programming discount rate and reduction amount ° Step 1. Press and <PGM1> icon to turn “PGM-1” and press Step 2. Press twice and select “10.Pulldown Group” and press P1 C01 31-10-04 10:10 AM 000123 Unit Price/Qty...

  • Page 31: Registering Discounts

    Registering discounts The following example shows how you can use the key in various types of registration. Mode Discount for items and subtotals PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer) Unit price $5.00 MC #01 ————————— REG C01 31-10-2004 10:15 AM 000016 Item 1 Flat-PLU 1 PLU001 •5.00 T1...

  • Page 32: Registering Reductions

    Basic Operations and Setups Registering reductions The following examples show how you can use the key in various types of registration. Mode Reduction for items PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer) Unit price $5.00 MC #01 ————————— REG C01 31-10-2004 10:20 AM 000017 ´25m Item 1 Flat-PLU 1 PLU001...

  • Page 33: Registering Credit And Check Payments

    Registering credit and check payments The following examples show how to register credits and payments by check. Mode Check PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer) 11-( Unit price $11.00 MC #01 REG C01 31-10-2004 10:30 AM 000019 Item ————————— Flat-PLU 1 PLU001 •11.00 —————————————...

  • Page 34: Registering Both The Euro And Local Currency

    Basic Operations and Setups Registering both the Euro and local currency The following example shows the basic operation using the currency exchange function between the Euro and the local currency. Mode Case A Main currency Local Payment Euro Change Local Rate 1 Euro = 0.5 FFr OPERATION...

  • Page 35

    Case B Main currency Euro Payment Local Change Euro Rate 1 Euro = 0.5 FFr OPERATION DISPLAY REG C01 31-10-04 10:45 AM 000024 ´ P PLU001 EUR12.00 Press the key, which converts the subtotal EUR12.00 •6.00 amount into the sub currency by applying the CASH •6.00 preset exchange rate.

  • Page 36: Registering Returned Goods In The Reg Mode

    Basic Operations and Setups Registering returned goods in the REG mode The following example shows how to use the R key in the REG mode to register goods returned by customers. Mode PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer) 235( Unit price $2.35 MC #01 Item 1 —————————...

  • Page 37: Registering Returned Goods In The Ref Mode

    Registering returned goods in the REF mode The following examples show how to use the REF mode to register goods returned by customers. First of all, press the ° key and press <REF MODE> icon to turn the REF mode. Mode Normal refund transaction PRINTOUT...

  • Page 38: Registering Money Received On Account

    Basic Operations and Setups Registering money received on account The following example shows how to register money received on account. This registration must be performed out of a sale. Mode PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer) ´7--r MC #01 Received amount $700.00 REG C01 31-10-2004 11:15 AM 000028...

  • Page 39: Making Corrections In A Registration

    Making corrections in a registration There are four techniques you can use to make corrections in a registration. • To correct an item that you input but not yet registered. • To correct the last item you input and registered. •...

  • Page 40: To Correct An Item You Input And Registered

    Basic Operations and Setups To correct an item you input and registered PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer) MC #01 REG C01 31-10-2004 11:45 AM 000034 1 PLU001 •1.00 — 1 PLU002 •2.00 — 1 PLU002 •2.00 — — * —...

  • Page 41: To Correct The Item You Registered Previously In This Receipt

    To correct the item you registered previously in this receipt PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer) —— — Step three lines up to designate the item. — MC #01 — REG C01 31-10-2004 11:50 AM 000035 — 1 PLU002 •2.00 1 PLU003 •3.00 6 PLU001...

  • Page 42: Printing The Daily Sales Reset Report

    Basic Operations and Setups Printing the daily sales reset report This report shows daily sales totals. Procedure ° Step 1. Press and <X/Z > icon to turn “X/Z Report”. Step 2. Select “4.Daily Z” and press 31-10-04 05:15 PM 000123 31-10-04 05:15 PM 00123 X/Z Report X/Z Report...

  • Page 43: Printout (by Optional Remote Printer)

    Printout (by optional remote printer) — Machine No. MC #01 — Clerk/Date/Time/Consecutive No. 31-10-2004 05:15 PM 000237 — Report code/title/reset counter 0001011 FIXED TTL — Gross total GROSS 981.250 •6,574.40 — Net total •7,057.14 — Cash in drawer CAID •1,919.04 —...

  • Page 44: Advanced Operations

    Advanced Operations This chapter describes more sophisticated operations that you can use to suit the needs of your retail environment. Post-finalization receipt The post-finalization receipt lets you issue a receipt after finalization of the transaction. Note that all of the following conditions must be satisfied. •...

  • Page 45: Inputting The Number Of Customers

    Inputting the number of customers Example 1 PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer) Customer Number MC #01 REG C01 31-10-2004 01:10 PM 001051 ————————————— 15-( Flat 1 $15.00 Item 1 ————————— 1 PLU001 •15.00 Quantity 1 PLU002 •5.00 ————————————— •20.00 Flat 2 $5.00 CASH...

  • Page 46: Clerk Interrupt Function

    Advanced Operations Clerk interrupt function There are two types of clerk interrupt function, illustrated by Procedure 1 and Procedure 2 below. • In Procedure 1, each clerk possesses a unique clerk interrupt buffer, and so the clerk interrupt function gives each individual clerk the ability to perform an independent registration operation.

  • Page 47: Printing Slip

    Printing slip To perform batch printing on the slip printer, you must first connect the slip printer (SP-1300: option) and use the memory allocation operation (see program 5 mode in the programming manual) to reserve registration buffer memory. The capacity of the registration buffer memory is determined by the number of records of registration buffer memory reserved by the memory allocation operation.

  • Page 48: To Perform Auto Batch Printing 2

    Advanced Operations To perform auto batch printing 2 SLIP Registration/ PRINT finalization Print receipt/journal. Print slip. Insert a slip paper Remove slip paper. into the slip printer. About the maximum number of slip lines You can program the maximum number of lines that can be printed on a slip. Once you do, any attempt to exceed the preset maximum results in an error.

  • Page 49: Opening A Check

    Opening a check Example PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer) 1234B Check# 1234 MC #01 CHECK ————————————— REG C01 31-10-2004 01:30 PM 001056 — Check No./Table No. TABLE Table# CHECK No.1234 #000033 ————————————— 10-( 1 PLU001 •10.00 Flat 1 $10.00 1 PLU001 •10.00 Item 1 —————————...

  • Page 50: Issuing A Guest Receipt

    Advanced Operations Issuing a guest receipt The following operation can be used to print out the balance of a temporarily finalized check. Example PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer) 1234; MC #01 REG C01 31-10-2004 01:30 PM 001056 Input the number of check you CHECK No1234 #000033 want.

  • Page 51: New/old Check Key Operation

    PRINTOUT (by optional slip printer) MC #01 31-10-2004 01:40 PM 001058 CHECK No.1234 #000033 1 PLU001 •10.00 1 PLU001 •10.00 1 PLU002 •20.00 1 PLU002 •20.00 1 PLU003 •30.00 •0.50 SRVC TL •90.50 1 PLU001 •30.00 1 PLU002 •10.00 •0.50 SRVC TL •131.00 •131.00...

  • Page 52: Add Check

    Advanced Operations Add check This operation lets you combine the amounts of more than one check into a single check. Example Registration for check number 1234 PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer) Original check 1234Z MC #01 REG C01 31-10-2004 02:00 PM 001062 Check# 1234 TABLE...

  • Page 53: Separate Check

    Separate check This operation makes it possible to split a single check into separate checks. Example Original check Separated check Check# 1234 Check# 3456 ————————————— ————————————— Flat 1 $10.00 Flat 1 $10.00 Item 1 ————————— Item 1 ————————— Quantity Quantity —————————————...

  • Page 54: Clerk Transfer

    Advanced Operations Clerk transfer This operation lets you change the clerk who is in charge of a specific open check number. Example To change the clerk for check number 1234 from clerk 1 to clerk 4. PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer) MC #01 REG C01 31-10-2004 02:20 PM 001067...

  • Page 55: Condiment/preparation Plus

    Condiment/preparation PLUs You can force entering condiment or preparation PLU after the main PLU registration by programming. Example (condiment PLU) PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer) Main item Flat 1 $10.00 MC #01 REG C01 31-10-2004 02:50 PM 001080 ————————————— Registering main PLU.

  • Page 56: Deposit Registrations

    Advanced Operations Deposit registrations Use the following procedures to register deposits. Deposit from customer PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer) 50-B DEPOSIT Deposit Cash $50.00 MC #01 – REG C01 31-10-2004 03:05 PM 001083 DEPO- •50.00 •50.00 CASH •50.00 Deposit from customer during sales transaction PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer)

  • Page 57: Bill Copy

    Bill copy Example To issue a copy of a bill dated September 30, 2004 in the amount of $35.00 cash. PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer) 300904B ********* BILL TOP MESSAGE 1 *********** BILL COPY ********* BILL TOP MESSAGE 2 *********** —...

  • Page 58: Tray Total

    Advanced Operations Tray total Multiple item totalling function This function accumulates all items registered from the first item registered up to point that <TRAY TOTAL> is pressed two times, or all items between two presses of <TRAY TOTAL> . Pressing <TRAY TOTAL> two times displays the total amount with the tax included and prints it on the receipt and journal (printing on receipt and journal is programmable.) Example...

  • Page 59: Set Menu

    Set menu When you register a set menu, the unit price of the parent PLU is used. The price of each set menu item is also added to each respective PLU totalizer and counter. Example PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer) MC #01 Set menu Flat 4...

  • Page 60: Stock Check

    Advanced Operations Stock check Each PLU has an actual stock totalizer that you can program with a minimum stock quantity. The terminal checks actual stock quantities against the programmed minimum stock quantities. Stock operations are performed only for PLUs programmed with minimum stock quantities. Stock warnings When the minimum stock value of an item is set, the terminal subtracts its stock quantity from the registered quantity (or registered quantity...

  • Page 61: Single Item Cash Sales

    Single item cash sales A department key, subdepartment or PLU programmed with single item sale status finalizes the transaction as soon as it is registered. The single item sales function cannot work properly if the keyboard does not include <CASH> (the cash key). The single item sales function can only be used for cash sales.

  • Page 62: Addition (plus)

    Advanced Operations Addition Addition (plus) Example PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer) Flat 1 $1.00 MC #01 ———————— —— REG C01 31-10-2004 03:50 PM 001100 Item 1 Quantity 1 PLU001 •1.00 ———————— —— •0.10 Addition $0.10 3 PLU001 •6.00 ————————————— •0.60 Flat 1 $2.00...

  • Page 63: Coupon Transactions

    Coupon transactions Note that error occurs when the result of the coupon (not coupon 2) registration is negative, if the terminal is programmed to prohibit credit balances. Coupon registration using <COUPON> (coupon key) Example PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer) Flat 1 $3.00 MC #01...

  • Page 64: Registering The Second Unit Price

    Advanced Operations Registering the second unit price Second unit prices along with quantity modifiers can be programmed to PLUs. Pressing <1st@> (1st unit price key)/<2nd@> (2nd unit price key) calls up the first/second unit price, quantity modifier, and descriptor. Totalizers and inventory are adjusted by multiplying the number of items being registered by the quantity modifier programmed to the PLU being registered.

  • Page 65

    Example 3 The procedure shown on the previous page applies when the terminal is programmed not to maintain the 1st/ 2nd price shift. When the terminal is programmed to maintain the 1st/2nd price shift, the procedure below applies. PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer) MC #01 Flat 1...

  • Page 66: Preset Tender Amount

    Advanced Operations Preset tender amount An amount up to six digits long can be programmed to <CASH> (cash/amount tendered key). Then, when <CASH> is pressed without inputting a value, the programmed value is automatically registered and the transaction is finalized. When an amount is programmed to <CASH>, attempting to manually input an amount results in an error.

  • Page 67: Arrangement Key Registrations

    Arrangement key registrations Key (job/command) operations can be assigned to an <ARRANGE> (arrangement key). Then, simply pressing <ARRANGE> performs all of the key functions assigned to it. Example PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer) Arrangement 1 MC #01 REG C01 31-10-2004 04:45 PM 001130 —————————————...

  • Page 68: Currency Exchange Function

    Advanced Operations Currency exchange function When <CE> (currency exchange key) and <ST> are pressed, a current subtotal including tax is converted into foreign currency and the result is displayed. Before using the currency exchange function, it is necessary to program the conversion rate and foreign currency amount symbol.

  • Page 69: Partial Tender In A Foreign Currency

    Partial tender in a foreign currency * Pre-programmed exchange rate: ¥ 100 = $0.9524 Important! Tender in a foreign currency can be registered using only. Other finalization keys cannot be used, but the remaining tender in local currency can be finalized using any finalize key. OPERATION DISPLAY 10-(...

  • Page 70: Temporarily Releasing Compulsion

    Advanced Operations Temporarily releasing compulsion <OPEN> (open key) can release HDL (High Digit Limitation)/LDL (Low Digit Limitation) and can be programmed to release HAL (High Amount Limit). <OPEN 2> (open 2 key) can be programmed to release specific compulsion. Example 1 PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer)

  • Page 71: Vat Breakdown Printing

    VAT breakdown printing You can force printing of the VAT breakdown at the finalize stage, regardless of whether the terminal is programmed to print or skip printing of the VAT breakdown. Every time you want to have VAT breakdown, press <VAT>. Example PRINTOUT OPERATION...

  • Page 72: Registering Loan Amounts

    Advanced Operations Registering loan amounts Use this procedure to register loan or bank received from the office. PRINTOUT OPERATION (by optional remote printer) Note $1.00 MC #01 ————————— REG C01 31-10-2004 05:30 PM 001180 Quantity LOAN •10.00 Item ————————— LOAN •25.00 Note $5.00...

  • Page 73: Scanning Plu

    Scanning PLU Product barcodes are read by scanning with hand-held scanner, and are filed in the scanning PLU link file. The unit price, item descriptor, programming status, link department, totalizer and counter, the terminal are filed in the PLU link file. When a barcode is entered by scanning, or from the keyboard by using <OBR>...

  • Page 74: Programming To Clerk

    Advanced Operations Programming to clerk You can program up to 4-digit clerk number (secret number), trainee status of clerk (i.e. training cashier) and clerk name (up to 16 characters) etc. for each clerk. Programming procedure ° Step 1. Press and <PGM3> icon to turn “PGM-3”, select “2.Clerk” , select “1.Clerk Feature”...

  • Page 75: Programming Descriptors And Messages

    Programming descriptors and messages Programming item descriptor (flat-PLU) procedure ° Step 1. Press and <PGM2> icon to turn “PGM-2”, select “1.Item Descriptor” and press Step 2. Select “1.PLU” and press P2 C01 31-10-04 06:34 PM 000123 Item Descriptor Item Descriptor 1.PLU PGM-2 2.PLU 2nd@...

  • Page 76: Programming Function Key Character Procedure

    Advanced Operations Programming function key character procedure ° Step 1. Press and <PGM2> icon to turn “PGM-2”, select “1.Item Descriptor” and press Step 2. Select “7.Char & Press key” and press P2 C01 31-10-04 06:34 PM 000123 Item Descriptor Item Descriptor 1.PLU PGM-2 2.PLU 2nd@...

  • Page 77: Programming Receipt/slip Message Procedure

    Programming receipt/slip message procedure ° Step 1. Press and <PGM2> icon to turn “PGM-2”, select “2.Char & Message” and press Step 2. Select “1.Receipt/SLIP Msg” and press P2 C01 31-10-04 06:34 PM 000123 Char & Message Char & Message 1.Receipt/SLIP Msg PGM-2 2.Text Recall 1.Item Descriptor...

  • Page 78: Entering Characters

    Advanced Operations Entering characters In this section, the method to enter descriptors or messages (characters) to the terminal during programming is described. Characters are specified by character keyboard. Entering characters Shift PLU1 Menu1 2nd@ Item Descriptor SHIFT1-case PAGE HOME PAGE π...

  • Page 79

    Example: Input “ ”, enter BB BBB B B B B BBBB BB B B B ¥ SHIFT SPACE SHIFT SHIFT SHIFT SHIFT Shift PLU1 Menu1 2nd@ Item Descriptor PAGE SHIFT3-case HOME PAGE π DOWN ESC/ Â Ô Û Î Ê...

  • Page 80: Editing Characters

    Advanced Operations Editing characters Correcting a character just entered OPERATION DISPLAY 1 Enter LENON, instead of LEMON. “L” “E” “N” “O” “N” LENON 1 Press left arrow key three times. LENON 1 Enter “M”. LEMON “M” Correcting and adding/deleting an item descriptor already set OPERATION DISPLAY Designate the item.

  • Page 81: Printing Read/reset Reports

    Printing read/reset reports • Read (X) report You can display or print read reports at any time during the business day without affecting the data stored in the terminal. • Reset (Z) report After issuing a reset report, the totals stored in the terminal are reset. So, you should not print reset reports during the business day.

  • Page 82: To Print The Individual Key (department, Subdepartment, Plu/flat-plu, Function) Read Report

    Advanced Operations To print the individual key (department, subdepartment, PLU/flat-PLU, function) read report This report shows sales for specific keys. Procedure ° Step 1. Press and <X/Z> icon to turn “X/Z Report”. Step 2. Select “1.Daily X” and press 31-10-04 05:50 PM 000123 31-10-04 05:50 PM 000123 X/Z Report X/Z Report...

  • Page 83: To Print The Financial Read Report

    To print the financial read report This report shows net sales, cash, charge, check and credit in drawer. Procedure ° Step 1. Press and <X/Z> icon to turn “X/Z Report”. Step 2. Select “1.Daily X” and press 31-10-04 05:50 PM 000123 31-10-04 05:50 PM 000123 X/Z Report X/Z Report...

  • Page 84: To Print The Individual Clerk Read/reset Report

    Advanced Operations To print the individual clerk read/reset report This report shows individual clerk totals. Procedure ° Step 1. Press and <X/Z> icon to turn “X/Z Report”, select “1.Daily X” or “4.Daily Z” and press Step 2. Select “2.Cashier/Clerk” and press 31-10-04 05:50 PM 000123 X/Z Report X/Z Report...

  • Page 85: To Print The Daily Sales Read/reset Report

    To print the daily sales read/reset report Please refer to “Printing the daily sales reset report” section on page 42 of this manual. To print the periodic 1/2 sales read/reset reports These reports show breakdowns of sales by any two kinds of period you want. Procedure °...

  • Page 86: To Print The Plu Read/reset Report

    Advanced Operations To print the PLU read/reset report This report shows sales for PLUs. Procedure ° Step 1. Press and <X/Z> icon to turn “X/Z Report”. Step 2. Select “1.Daily X”, “2.Periodic(1) X”, “3.Periodic(2) X”, “4.Daily Z”, “5.Periodic(1) Z”, “6.Periodic(2) Z”...

  • Page 87: To Print The Hourly Sales Read/reset Report

    To print the hourly sales read/reset report This report shows hourly breakdowns of sales. Procedure ° Step 1. Press and <X/Z> icon to turn “X/Z Report”. Step 2. Select “1.Daily X”, “2.Periodic(1) X”, “3.Periodic(2) X”, “4.Daily Z”, “5.Periodic(1) Z”, “6.Periodic(2) Z”...

  • Page 88: To Print The Monthly Sales Read/reset Report

    Advanced Operations To print the monthly sales read/reset report This report shows monthly breakdowns of sales. Procedure ° Step 1. Press and <X/Z> icon to turn “X/Z Report”. Step 2. Select “1.Daily X”, “2.Periodic(1) X”, “3.Periodic(2) X”, “4.Daily Z”, “5.Periodic(1) Z”, “6.Periodic(2) Z”...

  • Page 89: Reading The Terminal's Program

    Reading the terminal's program The tree of P6 (program read) menu window You can issue these kinds of report by tracing this tree. Program 6 Program read report Unit price & quantity PLU unit price PLU 2nd @ Subdepartment unit price Department unit price Function key rate/price Item descriptor...

  • Page 90: Procedure

    Advanced Operations Procedure ° Step 1. Press and <PGM-6> icon to turn Program 6 mode and press Step 2. Select an appropriate job and press P6 C01 31-10-04 05:55 PM 000123 PGM Read Report PGM Read Report 1.Unit Price/Qty 2.Item Descriptor PGM-6 3.Char &...

  • Page 91: Item Descriptor

    Subdepartment unit price SUBDEPT01 0001-003 — Subdepartment descriptor/Record No./File No. @1.00 — Unit Price SUBDEPT02 0002-003 @2.00 SUBDEPT03 0003-003 @3.34 Department unit price DEPT01 0001-005 — Department descriptor/Record No./File No. @12.34 — Unit Price DEPT02 0002-005 @2.34 DEPT03 0003-005 @1.34 Function key rate/price 0013-002 —...

  • Page 92: Character And Message

    Advanced Operations Character and Message Receipt/Slip message 0001-032 — Record No./File No. YOUR RECEIPT — Receipt message 0002-032 THANK 0003-032 Clerk Clerk feature 001-007 — Clerk name/Record No./File No. 0001 — Clerk secret code 00 — Drawer No. 000111 — 01-067 0000040000 02-067...

  • Page 93

    Subdepartment feature SUBDEPT01 0001-003 — Subdepartment descriptor/Record No./File No. 000000000000 — Elementary program 11-066 000000 — 15-066 @0.00 16-066 — Other program 17-066 20-066 0000 21-066 00000000 22-066 00 — SUBDEPT02 0002-003 Department feature DEPT01 0001-005 — Department descriptor/Record No./File No. 000000000000 —...

  • Page 94: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting This section describes what to do when you have problems with operation. When an error occurs Errors are indicated by an error codes. When this happens, you can usually find out what the problem is as illustrated below. Press C and check the appropriate section of this manual for the operation you want to perform. Prompt message Meaning Action...

  • Page 95

    Troubleshooting Prompt message Meaning Action Follow the prompt message. ********** Printer downed. “****” means ECR logical ID E061 Printer error. and printer number. YES:Retry to print. NO :Backup to R/J printer. ESC:Discard data. The contents are printed on the backup printer. ********** Paper near-end/end “****”...

  • Page 96

    Troubleshooting Prompt message Meaning Action E134 Middle of Clerk Transfer During clerk transfer Follow the prompt message. Press ESC Key. E136 Middle of Separate Check During separate check Follow the prompt message. Press ESC key. E139 Not allowed to be negative Credit balance error Enter proper minus/coupon amount.

  • Page 97: When The Terminal Does Not Operate At All

    Perform the following check whenever the terminal enter an error condition as soon as you switch it on. The results of this check are required by service personnel, so be sure to perform this check before you contact a CASIO representative for servicing. Start Plug in the power cord.

  • Page 98: In Case Of Power Failure

    UP-360, UP-250 Hand held scanner: HHS-15 Cable: PRT-CB-8A or PRT-CB-8B Slip printer: SP-1300 Power supply: PS-180 and AC-170 for UP-250 Cable: PRT-CB-8C Cash drawer: Power supply: AD31U or AD31E MCR: QT-6046MCR Interlink cable: PRL-CB-2 Consult with your CASIO dealer for details.

  • Page 99: Specifications

    Specifications Input method Entry: 10-key system Function: Full key system Display Main: Color LCD: 12.1 inch 800 600 dots with touch screen Listing capacity Amount: 9999999 Quantity: 9999.999 Tendered amount: 9999999999 Percent: 99.99 Tax rate: 9999.9999 Numbers: 999999999999 Chronological data Date print: Automatic date printout on receipt or journal, automatic calendar Time print:...

  • Page 100: Index

    Index customer ID number 19 AC adaptor 10 accessories 10 daily sales report 42, 85 add check 19, 52 date/time key 16 add-on new number type 18 declaration 19 adding to check 49 department 19 alphabet key 78 department descriptor 91 arrangement 19, 67 department number 19 arrow key 16...

  • Page 101

    Index item descriptor 15 item quantity 15 page up key 17 item search 19 paid out 38 payment 20 pick up 20, 72 Ketten Bon 20 PLU 2nd descriptor 90 key descriptor 15 PLU descriptor 90 keyboard 16 PLU number 20 PLU report 86 plus 20, 62 list 20...

  • Page 102

    Index single item sale 26 slip 47 slip back feed/release key 21, 47 slip feed/release 21, 47 slip print 21 slip printer 98 space key 78 square key 21 stock (negative) 60 stock (under minimum level) 60 stock check 60 stock inquiry 21, 60 store 21 subdepartment 21...

  • Page 103

    QT-6000 User's Manual...

  • Page 104

    QT-6000*E CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. MO0407-A Printed in Malaysia 6-2, Hon-machi 1-chome Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8543, Japan Printed on recycled paper...

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  • Berly Mar 15, 2015 12:06:
    NOW PROGRAM IS CHANGE LANGGUGE