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QT-6600
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  • Page 1: Reference Manual

    QT-6600 Touch Screen Smart Terminal ——————————————————————— Reference Manual Version 1.1 December 2008...

  • Page 2: Printing History

    This chapter explains actions to take and recovery methods when the system goes down. Note: Casio reserves the right to change equipment and specifications without obligation and notification. The terms used in this manual may be different from those used in other manuals of Casio’s product.

  • Page 3

    Introduction The QT-6600 is a versatile intelligent terminal developed in accordance with the following concepts. 1) System concept Developing a high performance economical system by adopting the restaurant, bar, fast food system. – Shared check tracking The QT-6600 system has the capability of check tracking system. –...

  • Page 4

    Contents To prevent malfunctions caused by the weak batteries, charge the memory protection batteries for over 12-hours before installation or after a longtime vacation (over 30 days). • Before installation, initialize the terminal and leave it power on over 12-hours. •...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Hardware configuration ..............R-10 1-1. General configuration .................... R-10 1-2. Hardware diagram ....................R-11 1-3. Keyboard ....................... R-12 1-4. Display........................R-13 1-5. Cash drawer ......................R-14 1-6. Input/output connectors..................R-15 1-7. Optional peripherals ....................R-16 1-8. System configuration ..................... R-17 Application systems................

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    Contents 2-7-1. Arrangement key function ..................R-51 2-7-2. Arrangement program example ................R-55 2-7-3. Scheduled execution of arrangement function ............R-55 2-8. Making graphic logo................R-56 2-8-1. About graphic logo ....................R-56 2-8-2. Making graphic logo procedure ................R-56 2-9. Hourly item ..................

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    3-1-3. INIT 2 ........................R-91 3-1-4. INIT code ....................... R-91 3-2. IPL (Initial Program Loading) ............R-91 3-2-1. IPL ......................... R-91 3-2-2. System configuration before IPL operation ............R-92 3-3. Manager function................R-93 3-3-1. System connection check ..................R-94 3-3-2. Remote on ......................R-95 3-3-3.

  • Page 8

    Contents 3-7-1. Auto-programming functions ................R-131 3-7-2. Auto-program operation and CF card utilities ............R-132 Registrations..................R-138 4-1. Clerk sign on / off operation ................R-138 4-2. Voiding the last registered item (<VOID> key operation) ........R-139 4-3. Voiding the previous registered item (<VOID> key operation)......R-140 4-4.

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    Hardware configuration ................. R-10 1-1. General configuration ..................R-10 1-2. Hardware diagram ..................R-11 1-3. Keyboard ....................... R-12 1-4. Display ......................R-13 1-5. Cash drawer ....................R-14 1-6. Input/output connectors ................R-15 1-7. Optional peripherals ..................R-16 1-8. System configuration ..................R-17 QT-6600 Reference Manual...

  • Page 10: Hardware Configuration

    Hardware Configuration Hardware configuration This section outlines the hardware, optional devices, and configurations of the QT-6600 system. 1-1. General configuration Front view Touch screen panel Display on/off key Pilot lamp i-Button key receiver (only for QT-6600-DLS) Microphone Stand Customer display Power switch cover Panel fixing screw Connector cover...

  • Page 11: Hardware Diagram

    1-2. Hardware diagram Speaker Flash FROM Memory i-Button key i/f 32MB 64MB 64MB QT-6011DLS (except for QT-6600-DLS) Microphone QT-6046MCR Drawer Drawer MODEM AC Adptor Scanner Remote Remote printer printer UP-400 UP-400 Power Power Other terminals supply supply Slip PC or LAN printer printer Remote SP-1300...

  • Page 12: Keyboard

    Hardware Configuration 1-3. Keyboard 1-3-1. Standard keyboard 12345678901234567890 1-3-2. Hard key code of keyboard 12345678901234567890 • In case of assigning a double or quadruple key, the key code of the key is shadowed part of the key. R-12...

  • Page 13: Display

    1-4. Display 1-4-1. Main display 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) 1-4-2.

  • Page 14: Cash Drawer

    Hardware Configuration 1-4-3. Menu level display part contents Shift PLU level (1 ~ 8) Menu shift (1 ~ 15) 2nd unit Price level (1 ~ 2) 1-4-4. Main display brightness control DISPLAY SCANNER COM3 COM2 COM1 COM5 COM6 COM4 Brightness control 1-5.

  • Page 15: Input/output Connectors

    1-6. Input/output connectors Power switch Main power switch is located in the power switch cover. Power switch Input /output connectors Inline connector, COM port, and drawer cable are located in the bottom side connector cover. Bottom side of the terminal PS/2 Keyboard Inline (10/100Base-T) AC Adaptor...

  • Page 16: Optional Peripherals

    Hardware Configuration 1-7. Optional peripherals The following optional peripherals can be used by plugging them into the appropriate port. 1) Personal computer / MODEM: RS-232C COM 1 port 2) Scanner: RS-232C COM 2 port Hand-held scanner, Fixed scanner 3) Slip printer: RS-232C COM 2 port SP-1300 In case of installing both scanner and slip printer, connect slip to COM 4, 5 port.

  • Page 17: System Configuration

    1-8. System configuration This section represents the system configuration of the QT-6600. The QT-6600 have four different system configurations, such as 1. Shared check tracking/ floating clerk interrupt system, 2. Inline collection/ consolidation system, 3. Online collection/ consolidation system, and 4. Online collection/ consolidation system (use FTP feature). Before detail explanation, we should define the words: 1) Check master: Check master is the master server of shared check tracking system and floating clerk...

  • Page 18

    Hardware Configuration Available peripherals versus ECR definition : Available Peripherals ECR definition Remote Slip printer printer MODEM ✔ ✔ ✔ Check master ✔ ✔ ✔ Check backup master ✔ ✔ ✔ Self master ✔ ✔ ✔ Satellite Available combinations ECR definition : Available Check Check...

  • Page 19

    1-8-2. Inline collection/consolidation system • Inline collection/consolidation and auto-programming for up to 32 terminals. Via COM 1 port of the master terminal or Inline Maximum 32 terminals 1-8-3. Online collection / consolidation system • Online collection / consolidation and auto-programming for up to 32 terminals. on-line (Public / Private Telephone line) Maximum 32 terminals QT-6600 Reference Manual...

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    Hardware Configuration 1-8-4. Online collection / consolidation system (use FTP feature) • Online collection / consolidation and auto-programming for up to 32 terminals. ADSL/FTTH MODEM Internet ADSL/FTTH VPN router MODEM VPN router Maximum 32 terminals R-20...

  • Page 21

    Application systems ................R-23 2-1. General description of application system ........R-23 2-1-1. File concept....................R-23 2-1-2. Linkage of totalizers ..................R-24 2-1-3. Function keys ....................R-25 2-1-4. Keyboard layout .................... R-25 2-1-5. Mode control ....................R-26 2-1-6. Operation prompt and error messages ............R-26 2-1-7.

  • Page 22

    Application System 2-11. Sign on control ..................R-68 2-11-1. Sign on ......................R-68 2-11-2. Solution to abnormality of master terminal ........... R-69 2-11-3. Solution to abnormality of satellite terminal ..........R-69 2-11-4. Sign on compulsory ..................R-69 2-12. IDC (Item Data Capture) ..............R-70 2-12-1.

  • Page 23: Application Systems

    Application systems This section describes the configuration of application system and their related setting with the QT-6600. Reading this section provides a general understanding of the overall system of the terminal. 2-1. General description of application system 2-1-1. File concept Programming data for each function, as well as registration data, are assigned and handled in the RAM of the terminal in data blocks called files.

  • Page 24: Linkage Of Totalizers

    Application System 2-1-2. Linkage of totalizers Registered data is accumulated to totalizers which are reserved for each functions. The QT-6600 has the following types of totalizers: 1) Fixed totalizers Registration data is accumulated for individual terminals. 2) Function key totalizers Data input by finalize or transaction keys is accumulated in totalizers for each key.

  • Page 25: Function Keys

    2-1-3. Function keys The keys on the keyboard can be assigned various functions that are used for registration as required for the terminal. For convenience sake, these functions are called by function keys. There are two types of function keys: 1) System keys Numeric keys, clear key, home position key, end key, left / right / up / down arrow keys, yes key, no key, mode selection keys, ESC/SKIP key, page up / down key are system...

  • Page 26: Mode Control

    Application System 2-1-5. Mode control With the QT-6600, each clerk can be programmed to enable or disable operations in the following modes: – REF mode – REG– mode – REG mode – X/Z mode – Program 1 ~ 6 mode –...

  • Page 27

    Description Program location Receipt “Item consolidation” PGM3; Machine Control3 in General Feature Receipt “Sort by group, department” PGM3; Machine Control3 in General Feature Print consecutive number on the receipt PGM3; Machine Control3 in General Feature Print date / time on the receipt PGM3;...

  • Page 28

    Application System 2-1-7-3. Slip print control Connection of an optional slip printer (SP-1300) to the QT-6600 makes it possible to print transaction details on a slip. To print a slip, insert a slip paper into the printer, and adjust paper position by entering the number of printed lines and pressing the <SLIP FEED/RELEASE>...

  • Page 29: General Description Of Individual Function Keys

    2-2. General description of individual function keys This section describes individual function key that can be assigned to the keys on the keyboard of QT-6600. 2-2-1. System keys The system key consist on a non-programmable function key. The following system keys are available. Numeric keys (0, 1 ~ 9, 00, decimal point*) These keys are used for inputting numerical data such as PLU codes, amounts, quantities, etc.

  • Page 30: Finalize Keys

    Application System 2-2-2. Finalize keys This section covers the general description of each finalize key, with its respective options. Finalize keys have programmable functions which may be used as required. Tender key This key is used for finalizing transactions. Up to six media in drawer totalizers are reserved in the fixed totalizer file, and cash key is linked to cash in drawer, charge key to charge in drawer, check key to check in drawer and credit key to credit in drawer, food stamp tender key to food stamp in drawer, EBT tender key to EBT in drawer.

  • Page 31

    Table transfer key (Function code 014) This key is used to transfer the contents of a receipt to another check. Programmability: Refer to page 98 of the programming manual. Tip key (Function code 015) This key is used to register tips. Programmability: Refer to page 99 of the programming manual.

  • Page 32

    Application System 18) Plus key (Function code 029) This key is used for registering surcharge. This operation affects the surcharge amount in the plus key totalizers. The registered amounts is not added to the department, PLU or gross totalizers, but from the net totalizers only. (selecting GROSS specification) Programmability: Refer to page 100 of the programming manual.

  • Page 33

    30) Arrangement key (Function code 044) This key is used to activate an arrangement program programmed in the arrangement file. Any operation that can be performed from the keyboard, as well as mode, can be programmed in an arrangement program, and can be performed merely by pressing this key.

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    Application System 41) Table number key (Function code 058) This key is used to input table numbers. 42) Food stamp status shift key (Function code 059) The food stamp status is programmed for the departments, subdepartments, PLUs, minus, plus, discount and premium keys. Pressing this key during registration converts food stampable item to non stampable, and non stampable item to stampable.

  • Page 35

    56) Receipt On / Off key (Function code 076) This key is used to change the status “Receipt issue” or “No receipt.” 57) Taxable amount subtotal key (Function code 077) This key is used to obtain taxable amount subtotal. Programmability: Refer to page 106 of the programming manual. 58) Operator number key (Function code 078) This key is used to enter a clerk number during clerk transfer.

  • Page 36

    Application System 69) Old check key (Function code 092) This key is used in a check tracking system to input the number of an existing check (previously created by the New check key) whose details are stored in the check tracking memory.

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    83) Post entry key (Function code 115) This key is used in a check tracking or clerk interrupt system to indicate the reserved item of set menu and register it as a fixed item later on. – Enter post entry Press this key while the window is opened, the key descriptor appears on the screen and it is registered as a reserved item.

  • Page 38

    Application System 97) Number look up key (Function code 138) This key is used to register a scanning PLU item whose scanning code is set to this key. 98) Split payment (Dutch account) key (Function code 140) This key is used to share the total payment by customer. Programmability: Refer to page 113 of the programming manual.

  • Page 39: Remote Printer Control

    2-3. Remote printer control Up to 16 printers for printing kitchen orders etc. 2-3-1. Remote printer system configuration Please refer to page 17 for the system configuration. Up to 16 remote printers LAN Printer RS-232C Printer Order Order Order Order Order PRN (1) PRN (2) PRN (1) PRN (2) PRN(3)

  • Page 40: Remote Printer Control Setting

    Application System 2-3-2. Remote printer control setting Remote printer settings: After changing the DIP switch configuration, remote printer initialization (power on by pressing the <FEED> key) is necessary. UP-400 Dip switch is located at the bottom of the printer. SW No. Function Switch 1 Reset by DTR...

  • Page 41: Remote Printer Output Control

    Memory allocation of files required when remote printers are connected • Printer buffer (file 035) (Reallocate these files, if the file sizes are not enough.) Other setting • General machine features 2-3-3. Remote printer output control The following print items are controlled by programming. •...

  • Page 42

    Application System Remote printer print sample Order printing (Normal receipt printing with amount) — Check number / Machine ID Check No.123456 MC #01 001230 — Mode / Clerk / Date / Time / Consecutive No. REG C01 15-12-2003 12:34 — Order with amount 1 Lemon •1.00 —...

  • Page 43

    Order printing (Set menu/preparation/condiment) Check No.123456 MC #01 REG C01 15-12-2003 12:34 001267 — Set menu Steak — Detail item Medium Salad — Main item Pizza — Preparation Soft — Condiment Cheese Tomato — Main item Pizza — Main item PLU No. #123456 —...

  • Page 44: Check Tracking System

    Application System 2-4. Check tracking system 2-4-1. Shared check tracking system Up to 12 terminals can be included in the cluster and check tracking can be performed for multiple terminals connected to inline. This means that any terminal can be used to recall a temporary closed check of one’s cluster for additional registration or finalization.

  • Page 45: Shared Check Tracking Requirement

    Backup Master master Check Check Satellite tracking tracking Shared check tracking processing in one cluster is performed as shown in the figure shown above. 1 A shared check operation (such as “new check” or “old check” etc.) is made at a terminal.

  • Page 46: Other Check Tracking System Control

    Application System 2-5. Other check tracking system control 2-5-1. The timing to clear check detail and index file after finalization There are two timings to clear detail and index files. 1. The check is cleared after printing finalized data on slip or guest check receipt, or the check is also cleared when the new or old check operation is made on the terminal finalized the transaction.

  • Page 47

    Exit Entrance Order receipt Order Receipt KITCHEN PRN (2) Temporary receipt PRN (1) Store Recall Hamburger French Fries Hot Coffee Press the <STORE> key → CHK No.100 Press the <RECALL> key → CHK No.100 Cheese Burger Hamburger Orange Juice French Fries Press the <STORE>...

  • Page 48: Clerk Control Function

    Application System 2-6. Clerk control function 2-6-1. Clerk interrupt The terminal can be programmed to allow the clerk interrupt function, which makes it possible for multiple clerk to simultaneously use the same register. If a clerk starts registration of a transaction, another can be interrupt the original registration and begin a new one.

  • Page 49: Clerk Detail Memory

    2-6-2. Clerk detail memory The terminal can summarize any daily / periodic total memory (such as fixed totalizer, department, PLU, etc.) clerk by clerk. After initialization, clerks have 10 detail memories which are assigned to gross, net, and 4 media in drawers. If you want to set more detail memories to clerks, allocate clerk detail memory and detail link memory at the same time.

  • Page 50

    Application System 3. The manager enters his/her secret code and press the <YES> key. After this operation, the prohibited transaction can be registered. 4. Perform manager operation (in this example; void opera- tion). 5. Pressing the <MODE> and <REG> key is required, when the manager returns his/ her office.

  • Page 51: Arrangement Key Function And Scheduler

    2-7. Arrangement key function and scheduler The arrangement key function provides a macro command function for the QT-6600 system. Any operation that can be performed using the keyboard of the QT-6600 can be programmed to the arrangement file (file 038 ~ 438). Any operation programmed to the arrangement file can be performed by pressing the arrangement key (function code 044).

  • Page 52

    Application System Note: • Set a “%GET” command, first, to use the number entered by the arrangement key later. • When the “%GET” is programmed following constant number input, the constant number is saved to the parameter save buffer. • Numbers input using a “%PUT” command or by “([number])” are entered to the number entry buffer in the same way as numbers input using the 10-key pad.

  • Page 53

    Controlling the flow of arrangement command execution There are 32 commands for controlling the flow of arrangement command execution: :Snnnn : This is a start mark of an arrangement. “nnnn” (4-digits code) are used for arrangement table number set to each arrangement key. (nnnn) : “nnnn (no digit limitation)”...

  • Page 54

    Application System : Force to execute the arrangement even if an error occurred during the arrangement. : Disable clerk auto sign-off. AYES : Enable clerk auto sign-off. CFFMT : Format CF card. CFSVnnn’mmmm’ : Backup to CF card (nnn: command code, mmmm: file name). CFLDnnn’mmmm’...

  • Page 55: Arrangement Program Example

    2-7-2. Arrangement program example This section shows examples of arrangement programs. The following example shows an arrangement program that executes X consolidation of the file set in the batch 1 ~ 9 files for all terminals. Example: Programming the following operation for the arrangement table 12 –...

  • Page 56: Making Graphic Logo

    Application System 2-8. Making graphic logo A graphic logo can be printed on UP-400 / UP-360 receipt. This graphic logo is stored in the graphic logo file ( file 047 for UP-400 / UP-360), and printed at the top of the receipt instead of a normal logo message.

  • Page 57: Hourly Item

    2-9. Hourly item This function enables to memorize the detailed data of quantity and amount / price of each item dealt hourly. It is possible to calculate the proceeds and record the hourly item in any totalizer, and also it is possible to print out as an hourly item report. 2-9-1.

  • Page 58: Time And Attendance

    Application System 2-10. Time and attendance This function allows shop owners to control his / her employees’ working condition. Time & attendance require the following files. – Employee file This file is used to regulate the labor conditions. You can program the type of job, the maximum work hours in a week or shift schedule of a day per employee.

  • Page 59: Corresponding Relations Of The File

    – Work time file This file is used to administrate each employees’ weekly hourly wages, work hours. – Time zone file This file is used to administrate the cycle time. You can specify the length of time zone. 2-10-1. Corresponding relations of the file Employees’...

  • Page 60

    Application System Employee’s Schedule and total business results per week Schedule Employee 1 Monday Shift 1 Employee 1 Employee 2 Shift 2 Employee 1 Monday Employee 3 Shift 3 Employee 1 Monday Employee 4 Tuesday Shift 1 Employee 1 • •...

  • Page 61

    Calculating the total wages of the employees per hour Time zone Hourly/Labor Zone 1 Cycle 1 Totalizer 1 Zone 1 Cycle 2 Totalizer 2 Zone 1 Cycle 3 Totalizer 3 Zone 2 Cycle 1 Totalizer 4 Zone 2 Cycle 2 Totalizer 5 Calculating the total wages of the employees per week Weekly wages per employee...

  • Page 62: Clock-in Operation

    Application System 2-10-2. Clock-in operation This function is used to register the Starting work time. If the total worktime is greater than the daily/ weekly programmed time, minor employee cannot be clocked in. (Error 169 occurs) In this case, clock-in by manager. 2-10-2-1.

  • Page 63

    2-10-2-2. Clock-in operation (2) Program: Allow to specify job code = YES, Display job code window = NO (Refer to the page 62 of the programming manual.) Operation 1. XXXXXX . YY <CLOCK-IN> When this message appears, press the <YES> key to register the start of working hours.

  • Page 64

    Application System 2-10-2-4. Clock-in operation (4) Program: Display job code window = YES Allow to clock-in with non-preset job code = YES (Refer to the page 62 of the programming manual.) Operation 1. XXXXXX <CLOCK-IN> 2. Choose the appropriate Job Code from the CLOCK-IN menu, and press the <YES>...

  • Page 65: Clock-out Operation

    2-10-3. Clock-out operation This function is used to register the ending work time. 2-10-3-1. Clock-out operation (1) Operation 1. XXXXXX <CLOCK-OUT>. 2. When this message appears, press the <YES> key to register the end of working hours. 2-10-3-2. Clock-out operation (2) Program: Tip declaration compulsory (refer to the page 61 of the programming manual.) Operation 1.

  • Page 66

    Application System 2-10-3-3. Break-in operation This function is used for the employees to register a recess. Operation 1. XXXXXX <BREAK-IN>. 2. When this message appears, press the <YES> key to register the start of a recess. The receipt is not printed out, except electronic journal. 2-10-3-4.

  • Page 67

    QT-6600 Reference Manual R-67...

  • Page 68: Sign On Control

    Application System 2-11. Sign on control This function is used to prohibit the sign-on operation by an employee who has not CLOCK-IN. The following conditions should be fixed. • Use only one terminal (master terminal) for the CLOCK-IN/OUT operation. This terminal should be connected inline to the satellite terminals.

  • Page 69: Solution To Abnormality Of Master Terminal

    2-11-2. Solution to abnormality of master terminal When the satellite terminals cannot receive any information from the master terminal, the master terminal shows the error message on the window and prints out the receipt with terminal IDs that failed to communicate the data. Receipt image —...

  • Page 70: Idc (item Data Capture

    Application System 2-12. IDC (Item Data Capture) This function is used for capturing all the registered item data by the REG / REF / REG– modes. IDC file stores these captured items. If there is no record to capture item data, the new data are not captured to the IDC file.

  • Page 71

    IDC function file Function Code Function Code Function Code – Slip feed/Release – House Bon 114 O G Cash amount tendered 001 O – Tax status shift 057 O Post entry G Charge 002 O – Round repeat – Table number G Check 003 O Food stamp shift...

  • Page 72

    Application System *1 This function itself is not captured. But it is captured with the captured items or functions. *2 Selective item subtotal is captured with selective item discount or premium. *3 1. Error correct is not captured. 2. This function itself is not captured. But it is captured with voided items. 3.

  • Page 73: Set Up The Idc Start / End

    2-12-2. Set up the IDC start / end Specify IDC Start or IDC End in manager mode. IDC does not start if you not allocate necessary files for IDC. • When IDC function is stopped, you can restart IDC by performing FC or INIT 2 (Refer to the page 11 of the programming manual.) Operation Note:...

  • Page 74: How To Memorize The Captured Items

    Application System 2-12-3. How to memorize the captured items Flow of the transferring data 1. Program: “Store data = Whole transaction for IDC (1)” and “Item only for IDC (2)” (refer to the page 64 of the programming manual.) Example PLU 0001———>...

  • Page 75: Idc Data File Structure

    2-12-4. IDC data file structure Top record (Top record of each IDC file) Allocated record number Used record number Header 11 13 19 21 48 51 Mode Clerk-# Payment 01 = REG, 02 = REF, 03 = REG— Clerk #; newly created this check 00: Non-payment, 01: Payment 00 = Normal, 01 = Training Clerk #;...

  • Page 76

    Application System Food stamp tender, EBT tender 29 30 Totaling Type 0: Total operation, 1: Change operation, 2: Partial tender operation, 3: Single item w/o total line New balance New balance fee Cashing a check Text print, Text recall Table transfer *1 ~ *4: Refer to the last page of this section.

  • Page 77

    Loan / Pickup Received on account / Paid out / Deposit + / - / Coupon 11 13 %+ / %- 33 34 35 %+ / %- after selective item subtotal 33 34 Selective item status-# 01: Selective item 1 02: Selective item 2 *1 ~ *4: Refer to the last page of this section.

  • Page 78

    Application System # print (# or #/NS) Tax exempt Field name Taxable Taxable Taxable Taxable Taxable Taxable Taxable Tax system amount 1 amount 2 amount 3 amount 4 amount 5 amount 6 amount 7 U.S. Canada TA1 & 2 TA1 & 3 TA1 &...

  • Page 79

    Cancel Loyalty discount 31 32 Selective item status-# 00: S T %- 01: Selective item 1 %- 02: Selective item 2 %- Scanning 34 35 Mix and match 11 13 Scan mix and match 10 11 MM type: Minus = 00, %- = 01, Free = 20 MM discount: Cyclic = 00, Only once = 01, Contunious = 02 No sale (NS or #/NS) *1 ~ *4: Refer to the last page of this section.

  • Page 80

    Application System *1 File-#, Rec-#: These are stored in Hexa-decimal. If the data is “ABCD”, it means “CDAB”. *2 Type: It means record type, refer to 2-12-5 IDC data type section of this manual. *3 Tax status: • Single tax/VAT b1: T/S1, b2: T/S2, b3: T/S3, b4: T/S4, b5: T/S5, b6: T/S6, b7: T/S7, b8: T/S8, b9: T/S9, b10: T/S10 •...

  • Page 81: Idc Data Type

    2-12-5. IDC data type Type of data Type Capture item DTLTYPE_SCAN Scan item DTLTYPE_SDEPT Main item : Subdepartment DTLTYPE_DEPT Main item : Department DTLTYPE_PLU Main item : PLU DTLTYPE_SET_FIX Dependent item : Set-menu/child (fixed) DTLTYPE_SET_SEL Dependent item : Set-menu/child (option) DTLTYPE_COND Dependent item : Condiment * DTLTYPE_PREP...

  • Page 82: Transferring Idc

    Application System 2-12-6. Transferring IDC It is possible to do collection of IDC files through inline system. Refer to the terminal structure as below. Via COM 1 port of the master terminal (direct/Modem) Collection Master Satellite Satellite Satellite Satellite Flow of the transferring IDC 1.

  • Page 83: Electronic Journal

    2-13. Electronic journal There are two types of electronic journal. One is “normal” electronic journal, the other is “intelligent” electronic journal. The “normal” electronic journal stores all operations such as registration, report issuing and programming, but the “intelligent” electronic journal stores only registration.

  • Page 84: Transferring Electronic Journal Memory

    Application System 2-13-4. Transferring electronic journal memory It is possible to do collection of electronic journal files through inline system. Refer to the terminal structure illustrated below. Via COM 1 port of the master terminal (direct/Modem) Collection Master Satellite Satellite Satellite Satellite Flow of the transferring electronic journal...

  • Page 85: Simple Time And Attendance

    2-14. Simple time and attendance This function allows shop owners to control his / her employees’ working time and clock- out reason. – Simple time & attendance file This file is used to log the clock-in time, clock-out time and clock-out reason. –...

  • Page 86: Clock-out Operation

    Application System 2-14-2. Clock-out operation This function is used to register the Ending work time. Operation 1. <WORKTIME> XXXXXX (C/D) <WORKTIME> XXXXXX: Employee’s number C/D: Check digit for employee number 2. Select clock-out reason. Receipt sample — Header — Title —...

  • Page 87: Magnetic Card Reading

    2-15. Magnetic card reading QT-6600 has the following capability by swiping magnetic card. 1. Customer number entry *1 You can enter customer number, by swiping magnetic card. → <CUST-#> key Card swipe • Customer number should be programmed in the customer file. •...

  • Page 88

    Application System Magnetic card specification Track-1, Format B: Start sentinel - one character (generally ‘%’) Format code = “B” - one character (alpha only) Primary account number (PAN) - up to 19 characters Usually, but not always, matches the credit card number printed on the front of the card.

  • Page 89

    Manager operation ................. R-90 3-1. Machine initialization ................R-90 3-1-1. INIT ....................... R-90 3-1-2. Flag clear ...................... R-90 3-1-3. INIT 2 ......................R-91 3-1-4. INIT code ...................... R-91 3-2. IPL (Initial Program Loading) ..............R-91 3-2-1. IPL......................... R-91 3-2-2. System configuration before IPL operation ........... R-92 3-3.

  • Page 90: Manager Operation

    Manager Operation Manager operation This section describes manager operations (such as machine initialization, IPL, manager functions etc.) of QT-6600. 3-1. Machine initialization There are three different types of initialization such as INIT, FC, and INIT2. INIT; Machine initialization, all program and total data are reset. FC;...

  • Page 91: Init Code

    3-1-3. INIT 2 Initialization 2 process is as follows: Hardware reset All totoalizer reset Menu selection Start Initialize work area/ including E-journal FC/Init2 buffers/flags Flag clear 3-1-4. INIT code Description Choice Program code Set off = 0 Set the default condition of receipt on/ off. Set on = 1 Area code: U.S.

  • Page 92: System Configuration Before Ipl Operation

    Manager Operation IPL via LAN port Store IPL data Insert CF card Backup all data Start to CF card to CF card (more than128MB vacant) IPL from Restore Clear IPL data CF card all data in the CF card 3-2-2. System configuration before IPL operation Insert the IPL CF card to the terminal or connect PC and target terminal.

  • Page 93: Manager Function

    3-3. Manager function Using the manager function makes it possible to control the terminal conditions. The contents of the manager function are as follows: 1. System connection check 2. Remote on 3. Remote off 4. Busy reset 5. Stock maintenance 6.

  • Page 94: System Connection Check

    Manager Operation 3-3-1. System connection check This command shows the connection status of terminals, and printers. 1. Sign on a clerk (if necessary). 2. Press <MODE> and <Manager> to assign manager mode. ↓ 3. Select “1. System Connection Check” and press the <YES> key.

  • Page 95: Remote On

    3-3-2. Remote on This command is used to power on the terminals connected with the same inline. 1. Sign on a clerk (if necessary). 2. Press <MODE> and <Manager> to assign manager mode. ↓ 3. Select “2. Remote On” and press the <YES> key. 4.

  • Page 96: Busy Reset

    Manager Operation 3-3-4. Busy reset This command is used to release the busy flag of the check used by other dead terminal. Executing this command always releases this flag, so please be careful to perform this operation. 1. Sign on a clerk (if necessary). 2.

  • Page 97: Stock Maintenance

    3-3-5. Stock maintenance This command is used to update PLU, scanning PLU, department stock quantities brought by purchasing or inventory processing. 1. Sign on a clerk (if necessary). 2. Press <MODE> and <Manager> to assign manager mode. ↓ 3. Select “5. Stock Maintenance” and press the <YES> key. 4.

  • Page 98: Drawer For Clerk

    Manager Operation 3-3-6. Drawer for clerk This command is used to designate the drawer 1 ~ 2. 1. Sign on a clerk (if necessary). 2. Press <MODE> and <Manager> to assign manager mode. ↓ 3. Select “6. Drawer for Clerk” and press the <YES> key. The display shows “Clerk name/Drawer No.”...

  • Page 99: Order Id Change

    3-3-8. Order ID change This command is used to change the target printer of order temporarily. 1. Sign on a clerk (if necessary). 2. Press <MODE> and <Manager> to assign manager mode. ↓ 3. Select “8. Order ID Change” and press the <YES> key. 4.

  • Page 100: Error Log Print

    Manager Operation 3-3-9. Error log print This command is used to display / print out the error log file. 1. Sign on a clerk (if necessary). 2. Press <MODE> and <Manager> to assign manager mode. ↑ ↓ 3. Select “9. Error Log Print” and press the <YES> key. 4.

  • Page 101: System Re-configuration

    3-3-10. System re-configuration This command is one procedure of down recovery. It backs the contents of the system connection table to the original value. It should be executed under these conditions: 1) After issuing “Open check report”. 2) All terminals are connected and work without any trouble. (Check by system connection check) 3) No terminal is in registration, collection, consolidation, sending/receiving programs.

  • Page 102: Item Data Capture

    Manager Operation 3-3-11. Item Data Capture You can change the IDC status (capture transaction data or not) by the operation described below. 1. Sign on a clerk (if necessary). 2. Press <MODE> and <Manager> to assign manager mode. ↑ ↓ 3.

  • Page 103: Euro Change Over

    3-3-12. Euro change over After this operation, the following subjects are made: (1) The Euro is defined as main currency and the local is defined as sub currency. (2) All totals and counts are reset. (3) Unit prices (department, subdepartment, PLU, 2nd @, shift PLU) are converted in Euro.

  • Page 104: Clerk Window

    Manager Operation 3-3-13. Clerk window You can program clerk window contents in the MGR mode. 1. Sign on a clerk (if necessary). 2. Press <MODE> and <Manager> to assign manager mode. ↑ ↓ 3. Select “13.Clerk Window” and press the <YES> key. 4.

  • Page 105: Customer

    3-3-14. Customer You can program (add / modify / delete) the customer (name, address etc.) in the MGR mode. 1. Sign on a clerk (if necessary). 2. Press <MODE> and <Manager> to assign manager mode. ↑ ↓ 3. Select “14.Customer” and press the <YES> key. 4.

  • Page 106: Customer Busy Reset

    Manager Operation 3-3-15. Customer busy reset This command is used to release the busy flag of the customer used by other dead terminal. Executing this command always releases this flag, so please be careful to perform this operation. 1. Sign on a clerk (if necessary). 2.

  • Page 107: Print Batch Maintenance File

    3-3-17. Print batch maintenance file This command is used to print batch maintenance file. 1. Sign on a clerk (if necessary). 2. Press <MODE> and <Manager> to assign manager mode. ↑ ↓ 3. Select “17. Print Batch Mainte” and press the <YES> key. RECEIPT ↑...

  • Page 108: Execute Batch Maintenance File

    Manager Operation 3-3-18. Execute batch maintenance file This command is used to execute batch maintenance file. 1. Sign on a clerk (if necessary). 2. Press <MODE> and <Manager> to assign manager mode. ↑ ↓ 3. Select “18. Execute Batch Mainte” and press the <YES> key. ↑...

  • Page 109: Re-index The Scanning Plu File

    3-3-19. Re-index the scanning PLU file This command is used to re-index the scanning PLU file. After this command, send the scanning PLU file to all terminals of the cluster. 1. Sign on a clerk (if necessary). 2. Press <MODE> and <Manager> to assign manager mode. ↑...

  • Page 110: Licence Code Entry

    Manager Operation 3-3-20. Licence code entry This command is used to enter the software licence code. 1. Sign on a clerk (if necessary). 2. Press <MODE> and <Manager> to assign manager mode. ↑ ↓ 3. Select “20. Licence code entry” and press the <YES> key. 4.

  • Page 111: Maintenance Data

    ↓ 5. Select the appropriate FTP file in the list, and press <YES>. The process programmed in the file 912 / 913 is executed. 6. Check the execution result and press <ESC> to exit. 3-3-22. Maintenance data This command is used to backup the maintenance data to the CF card or clear the data in the internal flash memory.

  • Page 112: Printer Logo Send

    Manager Operation 5. You can enter file prefix, if you want to change. And select “YES” and press the <YES> key. The log file contains; • System error log: LOGFILE.148 (file-148, 149) • Operation log: LOGFILE.248 (file-248, 249) • Packet log: LOGFILE.348 (file-348, 349) 6.

  • Page 113: Clerk Number

    (RS-232C printer) normal end error end (error code) 5. Execute this command at the terminal which is connected with RS-232C printer(s). (LAN printer) normal end error end (error code) 5. Execute this command at a terminal in the cluster. 3-3-24. Clerk number You can program clerk number directly to the <CLK#>...

  • Page 114: System Command Execution

    Manager Operation 3-4. System command execution System command functions are provided to perform nonregistration operations, such as collection / consolidation system control, backup / restore operation of files in the terminals, and remote power on / off control. This chapter shows the X/Z code system for your reference. 3-4-1.

  • Page 115

    Meaning of the command data (Other report) Digit Value Meaning No edition Editing by group Editing by department Editing by subdepartment Editing by order character No extraction Inactive (Zero sales) No extraction By Range Clerk individual Execution in X mode Execution in Z mode Edit employee data Issuing daily area...

  • Page 116: X/z Collection / Consolidation

    Manager Operation 3-4-2. X/Z collection / consolidation X/Z collection / consolidation execution Inline X/Z mode → D <#-2> → <ESC> Meaning of the command data Digit Value Meaning 11110 Collection 11111 Consolidation 11112 Collection and Consolidation Fixed No edition Editing by group Editing by department Editing by subdepartment Editing by order character...

  • Page 117: Data Communication System

    3-5. Data communication system The following details the inline and online data communication functions available with the QT-6600 system. 3-5-1. Inline / online connectors With the QT-6600, there are the following inline / online connectors in the rear side of the body.

  • Page 118: Hardware Interface

    Manager Operation 3-5-2. Hardware interface 3-5-2-1. Inline interface The maximum inline cable length and the maximum connection unit will be varied by the inline communication speed as shown below figure. • Using 10BASE-T Cable length: 100m (hub to terminal, hub to hub) Maximum 4 hubs in one cluster.

  • Page 119

    3-5-2-2. Online interface Only the RS-232C COM 1 port can be connected with a modem or a personal computer. 1) Specification of RS-232C COM 1 port Communication method: Half duplex communication Configuration of connection: Point-to point Line type: Public lines / exclusive lines Starting method: Center (host computer) based start up Protocol:...

  • Page 120: Inline / Online Functions

    Manager Operation 3-5-3. Inline / online functions 3-5-3-1. Inline functions The list below shows the main functions available with the QT-6600 system. In case of these functions below are executed, the satellite terminal can receive these commands even if the satellite terminal is in OFF mode. 1) X/Z data collection for each terminal 2) X/Z data consolidation for each terminal 3) X/Z data collection / consolidation for each terminal...

  • Page 121: Collection / Consolidation System

    3-6. Collection / Consolidation system This section provides the general description of the data collection / consolidation system of the QT-6600. The collection / consolidation system is managed by the master/satellite system using inline network. Installation of any special hardware devices is not required for collection / consolidation as inline interfaces are standard feature.

  • Page 122

    Manager Operation File description and number list Terminal files Consolidation files File Daily Periodic 1 Periodic 2 Daily Periodic 1 Periodic 2 Consolidation description total total total consolidation consolidation consolidation work Fixed totalizer Transaction key Subdepartment Department Group Clerk detail Hourly sales Monthly sales Void table...

  • Page 123: X/z Collection

    3-6-1. X/Z collection This function is used to obtain the counters and totals of the individual terminals. 3-6-1-1. X collection processing X collection processing is performed as the figure shown below. Satellite Master Terminal Terminal files files Consolidation work 1 An X collection command is started up from the master terminal. 2 One objected terminal sends its report data to the consolidation work file of the master.

  • Page 124

    Manager Operation 3-6-1-3. X/Z collection command execution 1. Sign on a clerk (if necessary). 2. Press <MODE> and <Inline>. 3. Select “1. Collection” and press the <YES> key. 4. Select the types and kinds you want to collect. (Please refer to the X/Z report chapter about the report types and kinds.) ←...

  • Page 125: X/z Consolidation

    3-6-2. X/Z consolidation This function is used to obtain the sum of counters and totals of all objected terminals in the store. After consolidating data from all objected terminals, the master prints the details on the printer. Regardless of whether they are in the process of registration, the satellite terminals send data and do not print out the reports, when X consolidation is performed.

  • Page 126

    Manager Operation 3-6-2-2. Z consolidation processing (except scanning PLU) Z consolidation processing is performed as the figure shown below. 1, 6 Satellite Master Terminal Terminal files files Consolidation work Consolidation files 1 A Z consolidation command is started up from the master terminal. The master first locks an objected terminal.

  • Page 127

    3-6-2-4. X/Z consolidation command execution 1. Sign on a clerk (if necessary). 2. Press <MODE> and <Inline> to assign Inline X/Z. 3. Select “2. Consolidation” and press the <YES> key. 4. Select the types and kinds you want to collect. (Please refer to the X/Z report chapter about the report types and kinds.) ←...

  • Page 128: X/z Collection / Consolidation

    Manager Operation 3-6-3. X/Z collection / consolidation This function is used to obtain the counters and totals of the individual terminals (collection) and of all objected terminals in the store (consolidation) by one procedure. After printing collection report on the master's printer, the master prints the consolidation report.

  • Page 129

    3-6-3-2. Z collection / consolidation processing Z collection/consolidation processing is performed as the figure shown below. 1, 7 Satellite Master Terminal Terminal files files Consolidation work Consolidation files 1 A Z collection / consolidation command is started up from the master terminal. The master first locks an objected terminal.

  • Page 130

    Manager Operation 3-6-2-3. X/Z collection / consolidation command execution 1. Sign on a clerk (if necessary). 2. Press the <MODE> and <Inline> key to assign Inline X/Z. 3. Select “3. Collection & Consolidation” and press the <YES> key. 4. Select the types and kinds you want to collect. (Please refer to the X/Z report chapter about the report types and kinds.) ←...

  • Page 131: Auto-programming Function

    3-7. Auto-programming function Using the auto programming function makes it possible to save and load the terminal program files. Methods available for saving the terminal program are as follows: 1) Saving onto another terminal connected through inline. 2) Saving onto a personal computer connected through inline/ online. 3) Saving onto a CF card inserted in the CF card slot.

  • Page 132: Auto-program Operation And Cf Card Utilities

    Manager Operation 3-7-2. Auto-program operation and CF card utilities The procedures of auto program function 1. Sign on a clerk (if necessary) 2. Press the <MODE> and <AUTO PGM> key to assign “AUTO PGM.” 3. Select the appropriate menu you want by following the guidance.

  • Page 133

    The procedure of Data Backup to the CF card 1. Sign on a clerk (if necessary) 2. Press the <MODE> and <CF CARD> key to assign “CF card.” 3. Select the appropriate menu you want by following the guidance. Insert the CF card to the slot securely. The hierarchy of the Data Backup is described below.

  • Page 134

    Manager Operation The procedure of Data Restore from the CF card 1. Sign on a clerk (if necessary) 2. Press the <MODE> and <CF CARD> key to assign “CF card.” 3. Insert the CF card to the slot securely. Select “2. Data Restore” and press the <YES> key. 4.

  • Page 135

    The procedures of taking the file list of the CF card and deleting the file 1. Sign on a clerk (if necessary) 2. Press the <MODE> and <CF CARD> key to assign “CF card.” 3. Insert the CF card to the slot securely. Select “3.

  • Page 136

    Manager Operation R-136...

  • Page 137

    Registrations ..................R-138 4-1. Clerk sign on / off operation ................R-138 4-2. Voiding the last registered item (<VOID> key operation) ........ R-139 4-3. Voiding the previous registered item (<VOID> key operation)......R-140 4-4. Cancelling of all data registered during the transaction ........R-140 4-5.

  • Page 138: Registrations

    Registration Registrations This section describes characteristic registrations of the QT-6600. Key catch tone, error tone volume can be controlled by the <LEFT/RIGHT ARROW> key. 4-1. Clerk sign on / off operation The following examples illustrate the clerk sign on / off operation. •...

  • Page 139: Voiding The Last Registered Item ( Key Operation

    2. Enter the appropriate clerk number and press the <CLERK> key. Clerk sign off operation 1. Enter “0” and press the <CLERK> key. 4-2. Voiding the last registered item (<VOID> key operation) Use the <VOID> key to cancel a data that has just been registered using a function key. The <VOID>...

  • Page 140: Voiding The Previous Registered Item ( Key Operation

    Registration 4-3. Voiding the previous registered item (<VOID> key operation) If data has been registered using a function key and registration of the next item has begun, use the <VOID> key to cancel previous registered data. Entries using departments, subdepartments, PLUs or scan PLUs can be cancelled using the <VOID> key. 1.

  • Page 141

    2. Press the <CANCEL> key. 3. Press the <YES> key to cancel the transaction. QT-6600 Reference Manual R-141...

  • Page 142: Using The List Function

    Registration 4-5. Using the list function <LIST> or No. <LIST-#> ↓ ← Select one of these. PLU 1 ← PLU 2 ← PLU 3 Before using the LIST function, the following programs are necessary to use this function. 1) Allocating the <LIST> key or the <LIST-#> key (page 26 of the programming manual) In case of using the <LIST>...

  • Page 143: Using The Set Menu Function And Pulldown Group Function

    4-6. Using the set menu function and pulldown group function 4-6-1. Using the Set Menu function Before using the set menu function, the following programs are necessary to use this function. 1) Programming set menu table (page 33 of the programming manual) 2) Programming PLU “Set menu table linking”...

  • Page 144

    Registration 4-6-3. Using the set menu and pulldown group function Before using the set menu and pulldown group function, the following programs are necessary to use this function. 1) Programming set menu table (page 33 of the programming manual) 2) Programming pulldown group (page 32 of the programming manual) 3) Programming PLU “Set menu table linking”...

  • Page 145

    (List pop-up window) 2. Press the <SUBSTITUTION> key. 3. Register the appropriate item. 4-6-5. Inner multiplication Normally, the quantity of list linked PLU or set menu child PLU follows the same quantity as main PLU. But it is possible to register a different number of list linked PLU or child PLU from the number of main PLU.

  • Page 146: Post Entry

    Registration (List pop-up window) 3. Select the appropriate PLU (in case of pulldown group.) 4-7. Post entry Post entry is used to suspend the selectable item in the pulldown window of a set menu and register the selected item. For example, it is used to register dessert which is included in a set menu.

  • Page 147: Separate Check

    4-8. Separate check Separate check is used to transfer the registered items in the original check to the other check or pick up the registered items in the original check to finalize them. 1. Enter the check number to which the registered items are transferred and press the <NEW/OLD CHK>...

  • Page 148: Open Check

    Registration 4-9. Open check To display or print out the opened check report of the signed on operator. 1. Enter the record number of the signed on clerk. 2. Press the <OPEN CHK> key. 3. The open check report is issued or displayed (depends on the program).

  • Page 149: Media Change

    4-11. Media change This key is used to change media in drawer amounts. Pressing this key begins media change operation. 1. First press the <MEDIA CHANGE> key. 2. Enter the in drawer amount to be changed and press the media key to be changed.

  • Page 150: Eat-in / Takeout

    Registration 4-12. Eat-in / Takeout This function is used for specifying if the customer eat in the restaurant or takeout. 1. When the <EAT-IN> or <TAKEOUT> key is pressed before finalization, tax exemption will be applied. After registering one of these keys, it is impossible to register items except void, cancel, subtotal, finalize and partial payment (including subtotal according to the currency conversion.) If you want to release the compulsory, press the <OPEN 2>...

  • Page 151

    1. Scan an not found item. 2. Press the <NFP> key, enter unit price and press the appropriate department key. Non PLU QT-6600 accepts both PLU type and non PLU type barcode. Non PLU type barcode includes item price/ weight. In case of registering non PLU type barcode, you should program Non PLU table file before you use (program or register) scanning PLU items.

  • Page 152

    Registration Add on code QT-6600 has a capability to log the supplemental (add-on) barcode data with main barcode. The add-on code is logged to the Add on/ VMP file (file-040) with main barcode, shop code, consecutive number, date, time and item quantity. The barcode data of the main item should be programmed to the Non PLU table.

  • Page 153: Shift Plu

    4-14. Shift PLU This key is used to shift a flat PLU key to the n-th (n = 1 ~ 8) level or a scanning PLU to the m-th (m = 1 ~ 7). Before using this function, you should allocate the shift PLU file (file- 055), or scanning PLU shift (2) ~ (7) (file-116 ~ 616), and allocate the <SHIFT PLU>...

  • Page 154: Round Repeat Function

    Registration 4-16. Round repeat function This function is used for repeating registered items of the last receipt finalized by <NEW BALANCE> key in check tracking system or clerk interrupt operation. 1. To issue the original receipt. 1111 <NEW/OLD> <PLU0001> <PLU0002> <PLU0003>...

  • Page 155: Mix & Match / Coupon

    4-17. Mix & match / coupon Please note, that the target item of this type of mix & match is PLU, Flat-PLU, Department, Subdepartment. Before using the mix & match / coupon function, the following programs are necessary to use this function. 1) Programming mix &...

  • Page 156: Customer

    Registration 4-18. Customer Before using the customer function, the following programs are necessary to use this function. 1) Allocating customer file (File-037), customer group file (File-042) Check index file and check detail file are also necessary. 2) Allocating customer ID number key (148), payment key (149), table transfer key (014). 3) Program “Customer Control”, and “Customer Group”, refer to the page 69 of the programming manual.

  • Page 157: Order Character Change

    4-19. Table sharing Before using the table sharing function, the following programs are necessary to use this function. 1) Allocating table sharing key (261). 2) Program to enable table sharing function (refer to the page 46 of the programming manual.) 1.

  • Page 158: Scan Mix & Match

    Registration 4-22. Scan Mix & match Please note, that the target item of this type of mix & match is scanning PLU. Before using the scan mix & match function, the following programs are necessary to use this function. 1) Programming scan mix & match table (page 124 of the programming manual) •...

  • Page 159: Time Calculation

    4-23. Time calculation This function is used for time calculation (such as parking fee). Only PLU has this capability. You should allocate the additional PLU program file (file-814). And this function is only effective in the check tracking system. Time calculation requires the following files: PLU file This file is used for registering item.

  • Page 160: Additional Plu Character

    Registration 4-24. Additional PLU character This function replaces PLU descriptor or adds other descriptor for customer/ employee convenience. PLU file This file is used for registering item. Additional PLU character file This file stores additional PLU character. This file contains, random PLU code or PLU record number, character to replace or add-on (maximum 10 kinds of add-on), replace/ add-on selection program, additional character target device.

  • Page 161: Refund Mode Operation

    Refund mode operation ............... R-162 5-1. Selecting REF or REG– mode ..............R-162 QT-6600 Reference Manual R-161...

  • Page 162: Selecting Ref Or Reg- Mode

    Refund Mode Refund mode operation The general procedure for entering the REF or REG– mode is as follows. 5-1. Selecting REF or REG– mode After sign on operation, press the <MODE> key and select the <RF> or <REG-> key to turn that mode.

  • Page 163: Read And Reset Operations

    Read and reset operations ..............R-164 6-1. The procedures of reading or resetting ............R-164 6-2. Report sample .................... R-166 QT-6600 Reference Manual R-163...

  • Page 164: The Procedures Of Reading Or Resetting

    Read and Reset Read and reset operations By setting the mode to the X or Z, the contents of totalizers and counters are enabled to read. The X mode allows report at any time during business hours. The Z mode is only performed at the end of the business day, since it clears the data stored to the totalizers and counters.

  • Page 165

    X/Z Report Daily X Batch Batch 1 ~ n: n = 1 ~ 10 Cashier/Clerk Individual All clerk Open Check Individual Clerk Only total (X only) All Information (X only) E-Journal E-Journal Date & Consecutive number (X only) Reset only (Z only) R-Journal Date &...

  • Page 166: Report Sample

    Read and Reset 6-2. Report sample Cashier / clerk report — Mode / Report code / Report title / Z No. (Z only) — Clerk name / Drawer No. — Gross title / Counter / Totalizer — Net title / totalizer —...

  • Page 167

    Fixed totalizer — Mode / Report code / Report title / Z No. (Z only) — Gross sales title / Counter / Totalizer — Net sales title / Counter / Totalizer — Cash in drawer title / Cash in drawer —...

  • Page 168

    Read and Reset PLU (by range) — Mode / Report code / Report title / Z No. (Z only) — PLU range — PLU descriptor / Weight / Counter / Amount — Discount total (can be skipped) — House Bon quantity (can be skipped) —...

  • Page 169

    PLU zero sales — Mode / Report code / Report title — PLU descriptor / Weight / Counter / Amount — PLU No. (can be skipped) PLU zero sales (by group / dept / subdept / order) — Mode / Report code / Report title —...

  • Page 170

    Read and Reset PLU stock (by group / dept / subdept / order) — Mode / Report code / Report title / Z No. (Z only) — Link group (dept / subdept / order) title — PLU descriptor / Minimum stock level / Current stock —...

  • Page 171

    Department (all) — Mode / Report code / Report title / Z No. (Z only) — Department descriptor / Counter / Amount — Discount total (can be skipped) — Sales ratio (can be skipped) Department (by range) — Mode / Report code / Report title / Z No. (Z only) —...

  • Page 172

    Read and Reset Group — Mode / Report code / Report title / Z No. (Z only) — Group descriptor / Counter / Amount — Sales ratio (can be skipped) Hourly sales — Mode / Report code / Report title / Z No. (Z only) —...

  • Page 173

    Open check — Mode / Report code / Report title — Machine No. — Mode / Clerk / Date / Time / Consecutive No. — Check No. / Cover No. / Table No. — Subtotal amount (temporary closed by NB) —...

  • Page 174

    Read and Reset Employee report (daily) — Mode / Report code / Report title / Z counter (Z only) — Employee No. / Employee character / Social Security No. — Day of the week / Date — Shift 1: Clock-in / Clock-out / Break / Job code / Tip / Work time —...

  • Page 175

    Hourly item —Mode / Report code / Report title / Z counter (Z only) — Time frame — Totalizer character / Counter / Amount — Sales ratio (Amount / Total amount of each time frame) (can be skipped) — Sales ratio (Amount /Total amount of all time frame)/Total Amount of this time frame —...

  • Page 176

    Read and Reset Customer open check (individual) — Mode / Report code / Report title / Z counter (Z only) — Customer number / * New customer — Customer title (Skip if nothing is set.) — Customer’s name — Customer’s balance —...

  • Page 177

    Mix and match — Mode / Report code / Report title / Z counter (Z only) — Discount total — Coupon No. Scan Mix and match — Mode / Report code / Report title / Z counter (Z only) — Discount total Simple time and attendance —...

  • Page 178

    Read and Reset Scanning PLU sales (by group / department / subdepartment) — Mode / Report code / Report title — Range (group / department / subdepartment) — Group / department / subdepartment descriptor — OBR code — Item decriptor / Counter / Amount —...

  • Page 179

    Scanning PLU Top 50 amount — Mode / Report code / Report title — OBR code — Item decriptor / Counter / Amount — Discount amount — Total Scanning PLU Top 50 quantity — Mode / Report code / Report title —...

  • Page 180

    Read and Reset Not found PLU — Mode / Report code / Report title — Clerk — OBR code — Link department decriptor / Counter / Amount — Discount total — Barcode R-180...

  • Page 181: A-1. Function Key List

    A-1. Function key list .................. R-182 QT-6600 Reference Manual R-181...

  • Page 182

    Function key list A-1. Function key list Function Code Initial character Function Code Initial character Add check Payment ADD CHK PAYMENT Arrangement Pick up P.UP Bill copy Plus BILL Break-in / out BREAK-IN/OUT PLU# Cancel Post entry CANCEL POST ENTRY Cash amount tendered Premium CASH...

  • Page 183

    A-2. File format .................. R-187 A-2-1. Fixed totalizer file ..............R-187 A-2-1-1 Fixed totalizer (daily) ................R-187 A-2-1-2 Fixed totalizer (periodic/consolidation) ............. R-187 A-2-2. Transaction key file ..............R-188 A-2-2-1 Transaction key (daily) ................R-188 A-2-2-2 Transaction key (periodic/consolidation)........... R-188 A-2-3.

  • Page 184: File Format

    File Format A-2-13-2 IDC file (2) ....................R-200 A-2-13-3 IDC file (3) ....................R-200 A-2-13-4 IDC link ..................... R-200 A-2-14. Time & Attendance file ............. R-201 A-2-14-1 Hourly / Labor ................... R-201 A-2-14-2. Work time file .................... R-201 A-2-14-3. Time zone file ................... R-202 A-2-14-4.

  • Page 185

    A-2-30. Check print file ................R-211 A-2-30-1 Check print ....................R-211 A-2-31. Graphic logo file................ R-211 A-2-31-1 Graphic logo (external printer) ..............R-211 A-2-32. Scheduler file ................R-212 A-2-32-1 Scheduler ....................R-212 A-2-33. Order character file ..............R-212 A-2-33-1 Order character ..................R-212 A-2-34.

  • Page 186

    File Format A-2-49-9 Keyboard color definition ................R-219 A-2-49-10 Keyboard color theme ................R-219 A-2-49-11 Keyboard bitmap image ................R-219 A-2-49-12 TCP/IP control ..................R-220 A-2-49-13 FTP Login Name ..................R-220 A-2-49-14 FTP Server Name ..................R-220 A-2-49-15 FTP Trans file ................... R-220 A-2-49-16 Character key table file ................

  • Page 187: A-2. File Format

    A-2. File format A-2-1. Fixed totalizer file A-2-1-1 Fixed totalizer (daily) File name: Fixed totalizer (daily) File No.: 001 Max. allocatable records: 85 (fixed) Counter Totalizer Character A-2-1-2 Fixed totalizer (periodic/consolidation) File name: Fixed totalizer (periodic 1) File No.: 101 Max.

  • Page 188

    File Format A-2-2. Transaction key file A-2-2-1 Transaction key (daily) File name: Transaction key (daily) File No.: 002 Max. allocatable records: 999 Character Program @/Rate Counter Totalizer A-2-2-2 Transaction key (periodic/consolidation) File name: Transaction key (periodic 1) File No.: 102 Max.

  • Page 189: A-2-4. Plu File

    A-2-4. PLU file A-2-4-1 PLU (daily) File name: PLU File No.: 004 Max. allocatable records: 9999 56 60 Character Program Link HALO Pull- House Stock Discount down Counter Totalizer Weight used quantity totalizer Group quantity link A-2-4-2 PLU (periodic/consolidation) File name: PLU (periodic 1) File No.: 104 Max.

  • Page 190

    File Format A-2-4-4 Shift PLU (daily) File name: Shift PLU File No.: 055 Max. allocatable records: 9999 Counter Totalizer Counter Link 2 ~ 8 PGM2 ~ 8 shift 2 shift 2 shift 3 Totalizer Counter Totalizer Counter Totalizer Counter Totalizer Counter Totalizer Counter...

  • Page 191: A-2-5-1 Scanning Plu

    A-2-5. Scanning PLU file A-2-5-1 Scanning PLU File name: Scanning PLU File No.: 016 Max. allocatable records: 100000 36 37 52 53 Discount OBR code Link Character Counter Totalizer total A-2-5-2 Scanning PLU shift File name: Scanning PLU shift file (1) ~ (6) File No.: 116, 216, 316, 416, 516, 616 Max.

  • Page 192: A-2-5-5 Batch Maintenance

    File Format A-2-5-5 Batch maintenance File name: Batch maintenance file File No.: 070 Max. allocatable records: 1000 37 38 OBR code Link Character A-2-5-6 Multi EAN link File name: Multi EAN link file File No.: 075 Max. allocatable records: 100000 OBR code OBR code Parent...

  • Page 193: Department File

    A-2-6. Department file A-2-6-1 Department (daily) File name: Department (daily) File No.: 005 Max. allocatable records: 99 32 35 40 44 Pull- Discount down Character Program Link HALO CounterTotalizer totalizer Group link A-2-6-2 Department (periodic/consolidation) File name: Department (periodic 1) File No.: 105 Max.

  • Page 194: Group File

    File Format A-2-7. Group file A-2-7-1 Group (daily) File name: Group (daily) File No.: 006 Max. allocatable records: 99 Counter Totalizer Character A-2-7-2 Group (periodic/consolidation) File name: Group (periodic 1) File No.: 106 Max. allocatable records: 99 File name: Group (periodic 2) File No.: 206 Max.

  • Page 195: Clerk File

    A-2-8. Clerk file A-2-8-1 Clerk (programming) File name: Clerk (programming) File No.: 007 Max. allocatable records: 99 19 20 Clerk Menu/@ Mode Function Table # Character control control control (1) range control Function Function Function Function Arrangement Report not used control (2) control (3) control (4)

  • Page 196: A-2-8-2 Clerk Detail (daily, Periodic / Consolidation

    File Format A-2-8-2 Clerk detail (daily, periodic / consolidation) File name: Clerk detail (daily) File No.: 011 Max. allocatable records: 9801 File name: Clerk detail (periodic 1) File No.: 111 Max. allocatable records: 9801 File name: Clerk detail (periodic 2) File No.: 211 Max.

  • Page 197

    A-2-9. Hourly sales file A-2-9-1 Hourly sales (daily, periodic/consolidation) File name: Hourly sales (daily) File No.: 009 Max. allocatable records: 96 File name: Hourly sales (periodic 1) File No.: 109 Max. allocatable records: 96 File name: Hourly sales (periodic 2) File No.: 209 Max.

  • Page 198

    File Format A-2-11. Hourly item file A-2-11-1 Hourly item File name: Hourly Item (daily) File No.: 021 Max. allocatable records: 1920 File name: Hourly Item (periodic 1) File No.: 121 Max. allocatable records: 1920 File name: Hourly Item (periodic 2) File No.: 221 Max.

  • Page 199

    A-2-12. Mix and match file A-2-12-1 Mix and match (daily) File name: Mix and match (daily) File No.: 051 Max. allocatable records: 99 19 22 30 36 Discount amount Character Comb 1 Comb 2 Comb 3 Comb 4 Comb 5 Target rate item...

  • Page 200

    File Format A-2-13. IDC file A-2-13-1 IDC file (1) File name: IDC (1) File No.: 057 Max. allocatable records: 100000 File name: IDC (1) (daily consolidation) File No.: 357 Max. allocatable records: 100000 File name: IDC (1) (consolidation work) File No.: 657 Max.

  • Page 201: A-2-14. Time & Attendance File

    A-2-14. Time & Attendance file A-2-14-1 Hourly / Labor File name: Hourly / Labor File No.: 014 Max. allocatable records: 96 Total Total Counter Totalizer labor labor cost (Net) (Net) cost (Not fixed) (Fixed) A-2-14-2. Work time file File name: Work Time File No.: 019 Max.

  • Page 202

    File Format A-2-14-3. Time zone file File name: Time zone File No.: 800 Max. allocatable records: 24 Divide one day into some time zones, and assign the length of one cycle per zone. Refer to page 60 of the programming manual for details. A-2-14-4.

  • Page 203: A-2-14-6. Schedule File

    A-2-14-6. Schedule file File name: Schedule File No.: 803 Max. allocatable records: 2079 Min. number of files to fix the work time: The number of employee × 7 days × 3 shift Max. allocatable records: 99 × 7 × 3 = 2079 Rec#001: Correspond to 1st day of the week Shift 1 of Employee Rec#001 Rec#002: Correspond to 1st day of the week Shift 2 of Employee Rec#001 Rec#003: Correspond to 1st day of the week Shift 3 of Employee Rec#001...

  • Page 204

    File Format A-2-15. Void table file A-2-15-1 Void table (daily) File name: Void table (daily) File No.: 012 Max. allocatable records: 99 Counter Totalizer Character Refer to page 54 of the programming manual for details. A-2-15-2 Void table (periodic/consolidation) File name: Void table (periodic 1) File No.: 112 Max.

  • Page 205: A-2-17. Grand Total File

    A-2-17. Grand total file A-2-17-1 Grand total (daily) File name: Grand total (daily) File No.: 020 Max. allocatable records:3 (fixed) Character Totalizer A-2-17-2 Grand total (periodic/consolidation) File name: Grand total (periodic 1) File No.: 120 Max. allocatable records: 3 (fixed) File name: Grand total (periodic 2) File No.: 220 Max.

  • Page 206

    File Format A-2-18. Customer file A-2-18-1 Customer file File name: Customer file File No.: 037 Max. allocatable records: 4000 127 133 134 135 140 Customer Customer Customer Customer Customer Customer Not used number name address 1 address 2 address 3 address 4 A-2-18-2 Customer group file (daily) File name: Customer group (daily)

  • Page 207

    A-2-19. General control file A-2-19-1 General control File name: General control File No.: 022 Max. allocatable records: 50(fixed) Reference page Rec No. Contents Program (PGM manual) Date order, Monetary mode (not used) Consecutive number Rounding, Tax system Receipt control (1) Calculation, Operation control (1) Calculation, Operation control (2) Report control (1)

  • Page 208: A-2-20. Special Character File

    File Format A-2-20. Special character file A-2-20-1 Special character File name: Special character File No.: 023 Max. allocatable records: 99(fixed) Character Refer to page 134 of the programming manual for details. A-2-21. Report header file A-2-21-1 Report header File name: Report header File No.: 024 Max.

  • Page 209: A-2-23. Pulldown Group File

    A-2-23. Pulldown group file A-2-23-1 Pulldown group File name: Pulldown group File No.: 026 Max. allocatable records: 999 889 890 16 19 26 29 917 921 Keytop Keytop Character text 1 text 28 A-2-24. Set menu table file A-2-24-1 Set menu table File name: Set menu table File No.: 028 Max.

  • Page 210: A-2-25-1 Batch X/z

    File Format A-2-25. Batch X/Z file A-2-25-1 Batch X/Z File name: Batch X/Z File No.: 029 Max. allocatable records: 10 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 A-2-26. Receipt / Slip message file A-2-26-1 Receipt / Slip message File name: Receipt / Slip message File No.: 032 Max.

  • Page 211

    A-2-28. Arrangement file A-2-28-1 Arrangement group (1) ~ (5) File name: Arrangement group (1) File No.: 038 Max. allocatable records: 9999 File name: Arrangement group (2) File No.: 138 Max. allocatable records: 9999 File name: Arrangement group (3) File No.: 238 Max.

  • Page 212: A-2-32. Scheduler File

    File Format A-2-32. Scheduler file A-2-32-1 Scheduler File name: Scheduler File No.: 062 Max. allocatable records: 99 Refer to page 48 of the programming manual for details. A-2-33. Order character file A-2-33-1 Order character File name: Order character File No.: 065 Max.

  • Page 213

    A-2-36. Check# pop-up window definition file A-2-36-1 Check# pop-up window definition file File name: Check# pop-up window definition File No.: 115 Max. allocatable records: 700(fixed) Refer to page 182 of the programming manual for details. A-2-37. Clerk pop-up window definition file A-2-37-1 Clerk pop-up window definition file File name: Clerk pop-up window definition File No.: 117...

  • Page 214: A-2-39. Add On Vmp File

    File Format A-2-39. Add on VMP file A-2-39-1 Add on VMP file File name: Add on VMP File No.: 040 Max. allocatable records: 999 Data A-2-40. Intelligent EJ file A-2-40-1 Intelligent EJ file File name: Intelligent EJ File No.: 050 Max.

  • Page 215: A-2-43. Screen Logo File

    A-2-43. Screen logo file A-2-43-1 Screen logo file File name: Screen logo File No.: 796 Max. allocatable records: 9833 (fixed) Bipmap A-2-44. Full screen check window (1) ~ (3) file A-2-44-1 Full screen check window (1) ~ (3) file File name: Full screen check window File No.: 797, 798, 799 Max.

  • Page 216: A-2-47. Additional Plu Character File

    File Format A-2-47. Additional PLU character file A-2-47-1 Additional PLU character file File name: Additional PLU character File No.: 941 Max. allocatable records: 9999 PLU code Character A-2-48. Free function list file A-2-48-1 Free function list file File name: Free function list File No.: 946 Max.

  • Page 217: Key Table

    A-2-49. System files A-2-49-1 Key table File name: Key table File No.: 074 Max. allocatable records: 2 (fixed) Key table Hard key record No. code not used for Disp on/off A-2-49-2 Touch screen key table File name: Touch screen key table File No.: 174 Max.

  • Page 218

    File Format A-2-49-4 I/O parameter table File name: I/O parameter table File No.: 902 Max. allocatable records: 20 Program Refer to page 55 ~ 58 of the programming manual for details. A-2-49-5 Printer connection table File name: Printer connection table File No.: 903 Max.

  • Page 219

    A-2-49-9 Keyboard color definition File name: Keyboard color definition File No.: 907 Max. allocatable records: 100 Program Refer to page 71 of the programming manual for details. A-2-49-10 Keyboard color theme File name: Keyboard color theme File No.: 908 Max. allocatable records: 100 Program Refer to page 70 of the programming manual for details.

  • Page 220

    File Format A-2-49-12 TCP/IP control File name: TCP/IP control File No.: 900 Max. allocatable records: 26 (fixed) Program Refer to page 71 of the programming manual for details. A-2-49-13 FTP Login Name File name: FTP login name File No.: 911 Max.

  • Page 221

    A-2-49-17 PS2 key table file File name: PS2 key table File No.: 374 Max. allocatable records: 811 (fixed) 4 5 6 A-2-49-18 Key table (full screen) file File name: Key table (full screen) File No.: 795 Max. allocatable records: 240 10 11 Text Check/...

  • Page 222

    File Format R-222...

  • Page 223: A-3.counter And Totalizer Calculation Method

    A-3.Counter and Totalizer calculation method ......... R-224 A-3-1 Fixed totalizer file ..................R-224 QT-6600 Reference Manual R-223...

  • Page 224

    Calculation method A-3. Counter and Totalizer calculation method The following calculation methods of fixed totalizer memories are explained in this chapter. All formulas in these explanations are calculated in the registration mode. In the REF mode, the values in totalizers are calculated using the opposite sign. In the REG–...

  • Page 225

    Total or counter Increments or Decrements by Number of Refund mode (When cash sales, charge sales, credit sales, and check sales transaction are finalized in the REF/REG– mode.) Refund mode amount Absolute value of total sales amount for REF/REG– mode registrations. Customer count Entered number of covers or +1 Average sales per customer...

  • Page 226

    Calculation method R-226...

  • Page 227

    A-4. Error messages ................... R-228 A-4-1 Error messages................... R-228 A-4-2 Operation prompt ..................R-231 A-4-3 System error code..................R-232 QT-6600 Reference Manual R-227...

  • Page 228: A-4. Error Messages

    Error messages A-4. Error messages A-4-1 Error messages When an error occurs on a QT-6600 terminal, a buzzer sounds and the appropriate error message appears on the main display, indicating what action to take. The following table lists the error messages and describes the action to take. Prompt message Meaning Action...

  • Page 229

    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 :Show on the screen. ESC:Discard data. Set new paper. ********** Paper near-end/end “****” means ECR logical The contents are printed on the backup printer.

  • Page 230

    Error messages Prompt message Meaning Action E139 Not allowed to be negative Credit balance error Enter proper minus/coupon amount. by Minus/Coupon key. This menu is prohibited by program. Set correct menu. E140 Wrong menu. E141 Press <TRAY TTL> twice before <TRAY TOTAL>...

  • Page 231: A-4-2 Operation Prompt

    Prompt message Meaning Action E254 Enter phone number. Follow the prompt message. ********** Communication error to the machine ** during Follow the prompt message. auto updating scanning PLU. E259 Terminal out of order YES:Retry NO: Skip A-4-2 Operation prompt All prompt messages, together with descriptors and symbol characters for displaying / printing are contained in the list below.

  • Page 232: A-4-3 System Error Code

    Error messages A-4-3 System error code All error codes are contained in the list below. These error codes are displayed or printed on error log report. Error code Meaning 0010 Handler access error (software) 0011 Cannot execute handler (system configuration) 0012 Break by PC 0013...

  • Page 233

    Error code Meaning 0082 Check tracking backup master is removed from system. 0112 Wrong NB/Purge access for INDEX 0128 Parameter error / Maximum length of send error 0130 Error drive 0134 Network parameter error 0138 Detect error in core system 0140 Parameter error (record length exceeds work buffer) 0141...

  • Page 234

    Error messages R-234...

  • Page 235

    Index check tender R-30, R-182, P-25 check tracking R-17, R-44, P-46 add check R-36, R-182, P-25 check window P-68, P-182 add mode P-35 check# pop-up window definition R-213 add on code R-152 check# popup window definition P-22 additional bitmap image P-22 circular key P-26 additional item program P-121 clear key R-29, R-182...

  • Page 236

    Index department R-33, R-171, R-182, R-193, P-18, P-25, P- full screen check window R-215, P-22 130, P-141, P-142, P-147, P-148, P-198 function control P-77, P-78, P-79, P-82, P-83, P-84 department number R-37, R-182, P-25 function key R-25, P-130, P-142, P-147, P-148, P-203 department totalizer R-24 function key totalizer R-24 deposit R-31, R-182, P-25, P-101...

  • Page 237

    Norwegian rounding P-35 keyboard color definition R-219, P-18, P-71, P-184 not found PLU R-180, R-182, P-25 keyboard color theme R-219, P-18, P-70, P-184 number look up R-182, P-25, P-124 number of customer R-32, R-182, P-25, P-105 numeric key R-29, R-182 LAN printer P-59, I-15 left arrow key R-182 left cursor key P-126...

  • Page 238

    Index pulldown group R-143, R-144, R-209, P-21, P-32, P- seat number R-37, R-182, P-25 131, P-143, P-150 second unit price R-34, R-182, P-25 selective item subtotal R-35, R-182, P-25, P-109 self master R-17 separate check R-36, R-147, R-182, P-25 QT-6060D R-16 set menu R-143, R-144, R-209, P-21, P-33, P-45, P-151 quadruple key P-26 shared check tracking R-44...

  • Page 239

    table analysis R-172, R-204, P-19, P-20, P-50, P-175 table number R-34, R-182, P-25 table range P-80, P-86, P-185 table sharing R-38, R-157, R-182, P-25 table transfer R-31, R-46, R-182, P-25, P-98 takeout R-37, R-150, R-182, P-25, P-111 tare R-182, P-25, P-92 tare table R-214, P-22, P-121 tax exempt R-34, R-182, P-25, P-110 tax status shift R-33, R-182, P-25, P-106...

  • Page 240

    CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. MA0901-00501A 6-2, Hon-machi 1-chome Printed in Japan Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8543, Japan QT-6600REF*E...

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