SurePOS 700 Series SurePOS 700-721/741/781, 722/742/782 Planning, Installation, and Operation Guide Updated October 31, 2007 GA27-4328-04...
SurePOS 700 Series SurePOS 700-721/741/781, 722/742/782 Planning, Installation, and Operation Guide Updated October 31, 2007 GA27-4328-04...
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Updated October 31, 2007 Preface About this guide This guide shows you how to install and operate IBM SurePOS 700 Series. This book uses the terms 7x1 and 7x2 when referring to SurePOS Models 721, 741, 781, 722, 742, 782.
This notice applies to all operating systems: DOS, 4690, Windows, and Linux. Additionally, a hard drive image for a predecessor product will not work properly. Be sure and download the appropriate drivers from the IBM Retail web site: www.ibm.com/solutions/retail/store.
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Updated October 31, 2007 Chapter 1. Introducing the SurePOS 700 Models The IBM SurePOS Models 721/741/781 and 722/742/782 are offered in a wide footprint and a narrow footprint. Your packaging options determine the width of the unit. A unique cover-set feature provides a broad selection of cover options and colors (see Table 1 on page 2).
Updated October 31, 2007 Table 1 describes the available models. Table 1. Models and descriptions Entry products for cost-sensitve applications: SurePOS 720 Model VIA C3 1.2 GHz 4800: Intel Celeron 2.0 GHz Value products that balance cost and high performance: SurePOS 740 Model Intel Celeron 2.0 GHz 4800:...
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 2. Front panel controls and indicators. Note: Use of the front headphone jack overrides the rear line-out jack. Recessed dump switch System power switch Headphone jack (Models 74* and 78* only) Hard disk drive indicator Power indicator UPS indicator (only with wide footprint and UPS installed;...
The SurePOS models support both the RS-485 POS I/O (4694 family), as well as the powered USB I/O, (IBM SurePOS 700 family). A unique tailgate design, which includes IBM SurePorts, allows for different configurations of I/O that you can later upgrade or change in the field.
Figure 5. Rear view of input/output available on all models Table 2. Rear icons and definitions Icon → Definition Icon → Definition Mouse Display ® IBM PS/2 compatible Ethernet local area keyboard network (LAN) Printer USB (USB 1.1 on Model 721, USB 2.0 on Models 721, 722,...
B, then C, before recognizing the USB port D on card 2. 3A, 3B IBM cash drawer ports. Note: Port 3A automatically detects an IBM cash drawer. Customers with non-IBM cash drawers should read the voltage considerations described in “Cash drawers” on page 18.
Figure 8. RS-485 and USB configuration 3A, 3B IBM cash drawer ports. Note: Port 3A automatically detects an IBM cash drawer. Customers with non-IBM cash drawers should read the voltage considerations described in “Cash drawers” on page 18. IBM RS-485 primary display...
Updated October 31, 2007 Cooling Cooling is provided through forced-air cooling by a fan contained in the power supply. Air vents must not be blocked, and the vents must have two inches of clearance from cabinet walls, trash cans, and papers. Environmental and temperature The following environmental characteristics apply: v Operating temperature: +10 to 40°C (+50 to 104°F) with 8% to 80% relative...
Updated October 31, 2007 Power Attention Hot plugging of powered USB devices is not supported. This section describes the power, power switches and power management. The power requirements for the SurePOS Models 721/741/781 and 722/742/782: v Input voltage: 100 - 127 V or 200 - 240 V AC nominal v Frequency: 50 - 60 Hz, ±3 Hz v Power consumption: 60 W typical, 200 W max.
Updated October 31, 2007 system. If you power off the unit by pressing and holding the power switch, some programmed events do not function until the unit is powered on again. Examples of these programmed events are IBM Wake ® on LAN , and others.
Updated October 31, 2007 Configuration switches The DIP switches are located on the front panel of the UPS subassembly (see A in Figure 9). These switches allow you to select whether the ON or OFF state of the connected system unit controls the operation of the UPS during an AC power outage.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 10. UPS rear view. A : Circuit breaker; B : Power inlet; C : RS-232 port ; D : AC outlets Power management Power management on the SurePOS Models 721/741/781 and 722/742/782 is based on the standard desktop PC model. Depending on OS and drivers used, all models are capable of being placed into a standby state with AC power applied.
SurePOS SurePOS 740, SurePOS 780, SurePOS 780, Model 4800-721 720, Model 740, Model Model 4800-742 Model Model Attribute 4800-722 4800-741 4800-781 4800-782 ® ® VIA C3 1.2 Intel Intel Celeron Intel Celeron D Intel Pentium Intel Pentium 4 ™ GHz/133MHz Celeron 2.0 GHz/400...
SurePOS 780, Model 4800-721 720, Model 740, Model Model 4800-742 Model Model Attribute 4800-722 4800-741 4800-781 4800-782 Slots 2 PCI or 1 PCI 2 PCI (no ISA) 2 PCI or 1 PCI and 1 x1 Lane PCI Approx. 1/2 and 1 x1 Lane 2 PCI (no ISA) Approx.
4690 is embedded in the operating system. DOS uses the video subsystem in standard DOS modes. Local area network IBM provides special local area network (LAN) drivers for the SurePOS Models 721/741/781 and 722/742/782, without requiring different drivers for different boards. The product is shipped with integrated, auto-sensing 10/100 Mbps Ethernet support and uses Intel LAN hardware.
An empty socket depends upon the initial order for base memory. Use only memory provided by IBM Retail. Note that not all third-party memory modules work with every product. IBM performs extensive life and reliability testing to insure that the memory offered by IBM will operate correctly over all voltage and temperature ranges.
An interface to the RS-485 (EIA 485) subsystem, if the system is equipped with RS-485 ports. IBM drivers and operating systems isolate these changes from the application. v An interface to the POS USB subsystem. IBM drivers and operating systems isolate these changes from the application. I/O devices SurePOS Models 721/741/781 and 722/742/782 support a wide range of displays, keyboards, printers, cash drawers, and scanners.
If you connect a 24-V cash drawer to port 3A and connect a second drawer, it must also be a 24-V drawer. If you are using a non-IBM drawer, the automatic mode will not work correctly, and damage to either the cash drawer, system unit, or both is possible. If a customer has two connected cash drawers, both drawers must be the same voltage.
Updated October 31, 2007 Voltage setting for the 4689 DBCS SurePOS Receipt Journal printer To operate correctly with the SurePOS Models 721, 741, and 781, customers with the 4689 DBCS SurePOS Receipt Journal printer must set the printer voltage to 24 V.
Lack of standardization precludes a list of the devices that are not supported. Boot mode is supported for most devices that support USB boot. v IBM VGA monitors (CRT and LCD) v Industry-standard PC keyboards, mice, and printers...
BIOS SurePOS Models 721/741/781 and 722/742/782 use a technology that allows an upgradeable BIOS. IBM provides utilities to upgrade the BIOS and updates are published on the support Web site. You are responsible to perform BIOS upgrades as required. BIOS upgrades are not covered by IBM warranties or maintenance agreements.
Hardware v All cash drawers. Customers with non-IBM cash drawers must use the POS I/O configuration screen or jumper override to set the correct operating voltage. Failure to do so may damage the cash drawer or the system unit. See “Cash drawers”...
Updated October 31, 2007 Calling for service When you call IBM for warranty information or service, be sure to have the serial number, machine type and model number available. Figure 14 shows the location of this information on the SurePOS Models 721/741/781 and 722/742/782 Figure 14.
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Supported operating systems This product supports the following operating systems: v 4690 OS (V3R3 or later) v IBM PC DOS 2000 (including DBCS versions) v Windows 2000 client with latest service packs v Windows XP with latest service packs v Windows XP embedded with latest service packs v Linux (2.4.4 kernel, Red Hat 7.3)
Updated October 31, 2007 Setup procedures Note: Before installing, be sure to read “Federal Communications Commission (FCC) statement” on page 127. To install the SurePOS Models 721/741/781 and 722/742/782, follow the steps in this section. Step 1. Installing your internal options After you unpack and review your packing slip, install your internal options.
Updated October 31, 2007 Step 2. Wide units only: Installing the expansion housing and the optional UPS This procedure is for wide units only. Figure 15. Removing the retainer bracket 1. See Figure 15. Remove the retainer bracket from the expansion housing as follows: a.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 16. Correct placement of system unit for installing expansion housing 2. Place the unit on its side as shown Figure 16. This position allows ease in movement as the rubber feet do not touch the counter. SurePOS 700 Series: SurePOS 700-721/741/781, 722/742/782 Planning, Installation, and Operation Guide...
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 17. Aligning the expansion housing with the system unit 3. See Figure 17. Align the expansion housing with the machine unit, matching the tabs on the unit with the slots on the housing. 4. Slide the UPS forward into the expansion housing to lock into place. Attention: Be sure the expansion housing is fully latched onto the system unit.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 18. Removing the sheet metal panel 5. See Figure 18 and place the unit in the operating position. Note: If you are installing a UPS, follow the remainder of these steps. If you are not inserting a UPS, go to Step 7 on page 32 to secure the expansion housing to the system unit.
Updated October 31, 2007 f. Push the battery back into the UPS, close and tighten the screws holding the door (Picture 4). Figure 20. Saving the battery date label g. Peel off the battery date label (1 in Figure 20) and place it on the inside of the front cover assembly (2 in Figure 20).
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 22. Replacing the UPS retainer bracket 7. Secure the expansion housing to the chassis as follows: Important a. Slide the left end of the retainer bracket into the notch and then insert the right end. See Figure 22 b.
Updated October 31, 2007 Step 3. Installing the cover kit Cover kits allow you a choice of color as well as a choice of width. The cover kits complete the mechanical assembly, and you should not operate the system without them.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 24. Installing the rear door 2. See Figure 24. Install the rear door by holding it in a horizontal position. Insert one hinge pin ( A ) into the receptacle ( B ) on one side of the system unit. Press and insert the opposite hinge pin to lock into place.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 26. Removing the plug for the headphone jack 4. When installing the bezel on Models 741, or 781, remove the plug ( A in Figure 26) for the headphone jack by pushing in from the back and popping the plug out the front.
Updated October 31, 2007 5. If a CD-ROM is installed, remove the CD-ROM blank ( B in Figure 27 on page 35) by pressing on the tabs from the rear. Discard the blank. Figure 28. Removing the blank for the UPS switch panel 6.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 29. Placement of bezel 7. See Figure 29. Locate the hooks on the bottom of the bezel and align these hooks with the latches on the unit ( B ). 8. Push in on the side tabs and insert one end and then the other. Pivot the bezel to lock in place, ensuring that the center tab locks ( A ) into place.
Updated October 31, 2007 Step 4. Installing the slanted I/O tray (wide units only) Depending upon your configuration, you will need to install the slanted I/O tray. 1. Install the two mounting clips ( A in Figure 30) into the slanted I/O tray. From the inside of the I/O tray, insert the back of the mounting clip first and push the front part into the opening.
721/741/781 and 722/742/782 connector locations for attaching the I/O devices. Notes: 1. Install your IBM cash drawer to port 3A for automatic-sensing function. 2. Refer to “Cash drawers” on page 18 for information on installing non-IBM cash drawers. 3. Customers with 4689 DBCS SurePOS Receipt Journal printers should see “Voltage setting for the 4689 DBCS SurePOS Receipt Journal printer”...
1. Ensure that the side of each filler overlaps the tab on the side of the I/O tray. 2. If you are using an IBM 4610 SureMark printer with magnetic ink character recognition (MICR), install it on the right side. This arrangement minimizes the effect of magnetic interference from the CRT on the MICR in the printer.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 35. Installing the keyboard-replacement filler Step 1 Step 2 Figure 36. Location of installed fillers To install the filler panels: 1. Place the display filler ( A in Figure 36) on the system unit. Do not remove the knockout section 2.
Updated October 31, 2007 Step 8. Connecting the power 1. Connect the power cord to the SurePOS 700 and plug into an electrical outlet. 2. If a UPS is attached, power on the UPS (switch G in Figure 37). Figure 37. Front panel controls and indicators Recessed dump switch System power switch Headphone jack (Models 741 and 781 only)
Updated October 31, 2007 Step 9. Running the BIOS configuration utility Most users will not have to change the default BIOS configuration values. However, you can change the system default settings if necessary. Chapter 5, “Diagnostics and configuration settings,” on page 99 provides you with instructions on how to access and use the BIOS configuration utility.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 38. Removing the front bezel 1. Remove the front bezel following these steps: a. See Figure 38. Press the left latch and depress the center latch to loosen the bezel. b. Press the right latch to release the bezel and pull it forward, lifting the bezel from the machine.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 39. Opening the hinged rear door 2. Open the hinged rear door by placing your hand firmly in the middle of the rear door and pulling. The latches ( B in Figure 39) will release automatically. Chapter 3.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 40. Removing the top cover 3. See Figure 40 and locate the metal holding clip, C , located in the rear center of the top cover. Push this clip downward and push the cover backward a few inches before lifting upward to remove.
Updated October 31, 2007 Top plate removal Note: This section is provided for installation procedures that are not a part of an initial setup. To remove the top plate: 1. Remove the front bezel and top cover by following the steps in “Cover removal procedures”...
Updated October 31, 2007 Installing a feature card To install a feature card: 1. Follow the instructions in “Cover removal procedures” on page 45. 2. Follow the instructions in “Top plate removal” on page 49. Figure 42. Installing feature cards 3.
Updated October 31, 2007 Installing memory modules Attention: Establish personal grounding before touching this unit. For more information, see “Federal Communications Commission (FCC) statement” on page 127. 1. Note the alignment notches along the bottom of the module where it plugs into the connector.
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4. After you install the I/O devices, configure the system unit. Attaching the cables to the system unit The POS I/O cables developed by IBM all have latches or screws to secure them to the system unit and thus, prevent accidental disconnection. Cables are sometimes used that do not provide latches or screws, such as standard PC USB cables.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 44. Pictorial steps to attach the cable with clips and brackets 1. See Figure 44. As shown in picture 1, align the clip bracket with the holes provided on the rear base of the system unit. Press down and push forward on the bracket to lock into place.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 45. Securing the cable with cable ties 1. Plug the cable into the system unit. Loosely place the cable cord to either the left or right side of the connector. 2. As shown in Figure 45, wrap the cable tie around the cable cord and through the hole located in the base of the system unit.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 46. Place the system unit on the cash drawer 1. Place the cash drawer in the desired location. You can use the optional mounting brackets to bolt the cash drawer under the counter. If the unit is integrated, place the system unit on top of the cash drawer, as shown inFigure 46.
IBM 24-V and IBM 38-V cash drawers. If you are using a non-IBM drawer, the automatic mode does not work, and damage to either the cash drawer, system unit, or both is possible. See “Cash drawers” on page 18 for complete information on manually setting the voltage.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 48. Install coin-roll cutter 2. Remove the till (see A in Figure 48). 3. From inside the drawer, squeeze the cutter latches together with your fingers and push the coin-roll cutter ( B ) outward until you can remove it from the outside.
Updated October 31, 2007 Installing I/O trays This section describes how to install an I/O tray on the system unit and on the full-size cash drawer. Installing an I/O tray on the system unit Figure 49. Installing the slanted I/O tray 1.
Updated October 31, 2007 Installing a slanted I/O tray on the full-size cash drawer 1. Install the two mounting tabs ( A ) into the slanted I/O tray. From the inside of the I/O tray, insert the back of the tab first and push the front part into the opening.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 51. Removing the tape-holder latch 2. Install the tape holder in the slot by pulling the tape holder forward until it snaps into place (see Figure 52). Figure 52. Snapping the tape-holder into place Chapter 4. Installing external options...
Updated October 31, 2007 Installing the printer The SurePOS 700 can support several models of the IBM SureMark printer. The removal procedures and the installation are the same for all models of the printer. Attention: If you are installing a non-USB printer, turn the power OFF for the SurePOS 700 system unit.
Updated October 31, 2007 For any other questions regarding the printer, refer to the IBM SureMark Printers: User’s Guide. Installing the 40-character LCD Figure 54. Assemble the post 1. Route the display cable up through the head assembly ( B in Figure 54) and out the opening on the side.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 56. Plug cable into display unit 4. See Figure 56. Plug the cable into the display unit. Figure 57. Assembling the display 5. Hold the display holder against the post as shown in Figure 57 so the interlocking surfaces touch each other.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 58. Attachment points for the display post 10. Attach the display cable to a +12 V dc (green) powered-USB port at the rear of the system unit, or attach the display cable to the RS-485 (number 4) port at the rear of the system unit.
Updated October 31, 2007 Installing the 40-character VFD Use this procedure to install a 40-character VFD. Note: The yoke for a two-sided display is taller than the yoke for a single-sided display. The installation procedure is the same for both. 1.
Updated October 31, 2007 3. Connect the display cable A in Figure 61 to the display unit. Spread the arms on the display B slightly, and install the display unit C Figure 61. Placement of the display on the arm 4.
Updated October 31, 2007 5. Connect the other end of the display cable to any green (12 V) powered-USB port on the rear of the system unit. You can also connect the end of the display cable to the number 4 RS-485 port on the rear of the system unit. Installing the character/graphics display This section describes how to install a character/graphics display.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 64. Routing the character/graphics display cable 3. Route the character/graphics display cable from the rear of the POS terminal A , through the hole on the filler B , and through post C as shown in Figure 64.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 66. Placing the post into the filler hole 6. Fit the post into the hole on the filler. See Figure 66. 7. Connect the other end of the character/graphics display cable to any green (12-volt) powered-USB port on the rear of the system unit. Or, connect the other end of the character/graphics display cable to the number 4, RS-485 port on the rear of the system unit.
Updated October 31, 2007 Installing the display post with a base Follow these steps to install the display post with base to the POS terminal: Figure 67. Connecting the character/graphics display post 1. See Figure 67. Connect the display A to the post B in Figure 67. If required, add the extension post C between A and B .
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 69. Placement of the character/graphics display on the arm 3. Connect the display cable A in Figure 69 to the display unit. Spread the arms on the character/graphics display B slightly, and install the display unit C . Figure 70.
Updated October 31, 2007 5. Connect the other end of the character/graphics display cable to any green (12-volt) powered-USB port on the rear of the system unit. Or, connect the other end of the character/graphics display cable to the number 4, RS-485 port on the rear of the system unit.
Updated October 31, 2007 Attaching an IBM SurePoint Solution For information about attaching an IBM SurePoint Solution display, refer to the 4820 SurePoint Solution: Installation and Service Guide. Figure 72. IBM SurePoint Solution display SurePOS 700 Series: SurePOS 700-721/741/781, 722/742/782 Planning, Installation, and Operation Guide...
Updated October 31, 2007 Installing CRT displays Note: The CRT can be mounted on either side of the system unit. However, if you installed a 4610 printer with MICR, mount the display on the left side to minimize the effect of magnetic interference from the CRT on the MICR reader in the printer.
Updated October 31, 2007 3. Place the hooks of the mount into the base of the CRT and slide the mount forward. Turn the CRT right side up. Installing a CRT in a slanted I/O tray 1. Switch the power OFF. 2.
Updated October 31, 2007 Installing a CRT on a post mount 1. Switch the power OFF. 2. Place the CRT upside down on a table or counter. 3. Thread the power cord and video cable of the CRT through the tilt/swivel. 4.
Updated October 31, 2007 Attaching the distributed pedestal to the counter The distributed pedestal is available in short and tall versions. Both pedestals bolt to the counter; therefore, installation is the same. Figure 76. Pedestal mounting diagram Figure 76 is an example of the pedestal and shows the pedestal components. You can attach only the short-post mount to the short-post mounting plate to form a standalone unit.
Updated October 31, 2007 8 mm (0.31 in.) diameter 62 mm 22 mm (0.87 in.) (2.44 in.) diameter 35 mm (1.37 in.) 20 mm (0.80 in.) Figure 77. Pedestal mounting template Note: To route cables through the counter, drill two 7/8-in. holes through the counter.
Updated October 31, 2007 Attaching the pedestal to the short-post mounting plate Follow these steps to attach the pedestal to the short-post mounting plate: Figure 78. Attaching the short post mounting plate to the pedestal 1. Attach the short-post mounting plate to the pedestal using four bolts A . See Figure 78.
Updated October 31, 2007 2. If you plan to position the mounting plate under the cash drawer (for an integrated appearance), install the three extra feet as follows (see Figure 79 on page 80) : a. Attach one on each of the front cash-drawer feet. b.
Updated October 31, 2007 Installing and removing lock inserts The cash drawer, keyboard, and Model 4 printer can have optional locks that prevent unauthorized persons from using the terminal. If no lock is installed, a blank lock insert can be used to cover the opening that is made. Preparing to install a lock or a blank lock insert To install a lock insert, you need the following items: Figure 81.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 83. Install a lock insert 1. See Figure 83. Put the aligner into the empty lock cylinder. 2. Gently turn the aligner until you feel it insert into the slot at the bottom of the lock cylinder.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 84. Remove a lock insert 1. See Figure 84. Insert the brass installation/removal key into the lock until you hear it click into place. 2. Gently pull the brass key. The brass key and the lock insert should come out of the lock cylinder together. Pressing down on the brass key as you pull makes it easier for the lock insert to come out along with the brass key.
Updated October 31, 2007 Removing a blank lock insert To remove a blank lock insert, use the blank lock installation handle to turn the locking screw counterclockwise until you can lift the blank lock insert out of the lock cylinder. Note: See “Installing and removing lock inserts”...
Updated October 31, 2007 Installing a vertical stand Follow these instructions to install your system onto a vertical stand. 1. Place the vertical stand in the location where the system unit will operate. Figure 88. Placing the system unit on the vertical stand 2.
Updated October 31, 2007 Wide models only: Installing the front service housing The SurePOS 700 Series offers a front service housing option that allows personnel easy access to the unit for servicing. Follow these sequential instructions to install this option. Removing the bottom feet So that your system unit can properly fit into the service housing, you will need to remove the bottom feet:...
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 90. Attaching the bezel latch 5. See Figure 90 and position the bezel latch downward. 6. Insert and tighten the screw. SurePOS 700 Series: SurePOS 700-721/741/781, 722/742/782 Planning, Installation, and Operation Guide...
Updated October 31, 2007 Attaching the pull-out handle Follow these steps to install the pull-out handle: Figure 91. Attaching the pull-out handle 1. Complete the instructions described in “Attaching the system and bezel latches” on page 87. 2. Align the handle to the clip at approximately a 45-degree angle. See Figure 91. 3.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 92. Attaching the cable guide 1. Attach the cable guide by aligning it to the rear of the unit as shown in Figure 92. 2. Insert and tighten the screw. Figure 93. Positioning the cable guide arm assembly SurePOS 700 Series: SurePOS 700-721/741/781, 722/742/782 Planning, Installation, and Operation Guide...
Updated October 31, 2007 Important See Figure 93 on page 90. Fold the cable guide arms so that the screw heads are adjacent to each other. Figure 94. Attaching the cable guide arm assembly 3. See Figure 94. Align the holes on the cable guide arm assembly with the pegs on the 4800 unit.
Updated October 31, 2007 Inserting the system unit into the service housing Figure 95. Inserting the unit into the service housing 1. Complete the steps described in “Attaching the pull-out handle” on page 89. 2. On an flat surface, align the unit with the service housing. 3.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 96. Installing the I/O tray Routing the cables For ease of installation, IBM recommends that you route the cables in the following order: 1. Power cord 2. Ethernet 3. Cash drawer and other peripheral devices (mouse, keyboard, printer) Follow these instructions to route the cables: 1.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 97. Extra cord length during routing Tip for routing the mouse, keyboard, and printer cables When routing these cables, allow extra length at the connector end by forming a loop (see Figure 97) before continuing with the cable into the cable guide.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 98. Cable assembly arm with cables securely in place 5. After all cables are routed and properly arranged, close the Velcro strips. 6. See Figure 98. Ensure that the cables with cable arm assembly is properly secured by freely moving the arm backward and forward.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 99. Cable guide arm assembly latch Gently close the cable guide assembly arm and lift it behind the latch. See Figure 99. SurePOS 700 Series: SurePOS 700-721/741/781, 722/742/782 Planning, Installation, and Operation Guide...
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 100. Attaching the back cover 8. Attach the back cover as shown in Figure 100. Installing the display stand Install the display stand as follows: 1. Complete the instructions described in “Attaching the I/O tray” on page 92 and “Routing the cables”...
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 101. Routing the cable through the pedestal 2. Route the cable through the display stand as shown in Figure 101. 3. Place the stand on the tray and attach using the two thumbscrews. Installing the printer For instructions on installing the printer, see “Installing the printer”...
Service and diagnostics The service and diagnostics programs for the SurePOS Models 721/741/781 and 722/742/782 are available from the Retail Stores Web site at www.ibm.com/ solutions/retail/store. Follow these steps to run the diagnostics: 1. Download the appropriate diagnostics image from the Web site and copy it to your media.
You can save your settings to a file using the CMOS Save Utility and then copy them to other units using the CMOS Restore Utility. These utilities can be downloaded from the IBM Retail Store Solutions Web site at www.ibm.com/ solutions/retail/store Boot device order The boot device order is a setting that you can configure.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 102. Location of CMOS jumper—Model 741 and 781 Figure 103. Location of CMOS jumper—Model 721 3. See A in Figure 102 or B in Figure 103 to locate your CMOS jumper on the planar. See Table 7 for the correct pins and position to clear your CMOS settings.
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Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 105. CRT displays You can attach other CRTs or flat-panel displays, including the IBM SurePoint Solution display, to the SurePOS 700; however, they must be Plug and Play as defined by Microsoft Corporation. Adjusting the controls on video displays The 9-in.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 108. Compact cash drawer Lock positions The cash-drawer lock has three positions (see Figure 109): v Locked closed A v Operate B v Manual open/locked open C The Operate B position permits the cash drawer to open under application program control.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 110. Cash-drawer depth-adjustment bar Cash-drawer options Locking till-cover A removable locking cash-drawer cover is offered to ensure that contents do not spill or rearrange when transporting or stacking the cash drawer. Fixed till (full-size cash drawer) The fixed till has five bill and five coin sections in fixed locations.
If you have this style cap, replacements can be purchased by calling 1-800-IBM-CALL (1-800-426-2255) in the U.S. and Canada. Customers outside the U.S. and Canada should contact their IBM representative. The part number for the caps is: 30R0037. Manager's lock The keyboards can be equipped with a manager's lock ( A in Figure 113 on page 109) for special override functions as determined by your store procedures.
Updated October 31, 2007 again. The key cannot be removed while it is in the ON position. Figure 113. Manager's lock Function keys Function keys, such as S1 and S2, permit the terminal to perform certain functions or operations with fewer keystrokes by the operator. On keyboards that have a Control (Ctrl) key, the S1 and S2 functions require a combination of two keys: 1.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 115. Location of keyboard status-indicator lights The status indicator lights operate under application-program control. Table 8 describes the typical use of these indicator lights. Refer to your store’s operating procedures for specific actions to take when the status indicators are lit. Table 8.
See Figure 117. To set the volume to high, turn the knob clockwise. Turning the knob counter-clockwise sets the volume to low. IBM recommends that you set the volume to high, because it is cumbersome to change it after you install the keyboard on the POS terminal.
Updated October 31, 2007 Using the mode lock key Figure 118. Location of mode lock keys Use the mode lock key (see the arrow in Figure 118) on the USB keyboard-V to call special functions that have been set for your store. This switch provides two positions for the operator and two positions for the manager.
Updated October 31, 2007 Using the USB PLU keyboard/display This section describes the features of the USB PLU keyboard/display. Figure 120. Location of USB PLU keyboard/display indicators Status indicators The status indicators show the operating status of the POS terminal (see the arrow in Figure 120.
Updated October 31, 2007 SW4 SW3 SW2 SW1 Figure 121. Location of PLU-keyboard DIP switches Table 11. Settings for DIP switches SW3 and SW4 Tone Very Low High Very High Adjusting the keyboard beeper volume Max. Min. Figure 122. Location of volume control on USB PLU keyboard/display You can adjust the volume (see Figure 122) of the keyboard beeper to high or low using the volume-control knob located at the bottom right of the keyboard.
Updated October 31, 2007 Figure 123. Location of system function keys See Figure 123 to locate the system function keys S1 and S2. Refer to your local procedures or ask your manager for the details of these functions. Entering data at your terminal The following sections show how to enter sales transaction data at your terminal using the card reader, and barcode readers and scanners.
3. Pass the card through the reader several times in either direction, using a smooth, steady motion. Printers Refer to the IBM SureMark Printers: User’s Guide to install and use the IBM 4610 printer. SurePOS 700 Series: SurePOS 700-721/741/781, 722/742/782 Planning, Installation, and Operation Guide...
Updated October 31, 2007 Problem isolation If the SurePOS 700 fails, follow the procedures that are described in Table 12. If you cannot solve the problem, contact a trained service technician. Table 12. Actions to isolate the cause of a problem Problem Action to perform The power indicator...
Updated October 31, 2007 Appendix A. Safety information Danger: Before you begin to install this product, read the safety information in IBM Safety Information — Read This First, GA27-4004. This booklet describes safe procedures for cabling and plugging in electrical equipment.
Gevaar Voordat u begint met het installeren van dit produkt, dient u eerst de veiligheidsrichtlijnen te lezen die zijn vermeld in de publikatie IBM Safety Information — Read This First, GA27-4004. In dit boekje vindt u veilige procedures voor het aansluiten van elektrische appratuur.
Updated October 31, 2007 Vigyázat Mielôtt megkezdi a berendezés üzembe helyezését, olvassa el a IBM Safety Information — Read This First, GA27-4004 könyvecskében leírt biztonsági információkat. Ez a könyv leírja, milyen biztonsági intézkedéseket kell megtenni az elektromos berendezés huzalozásakor illetve csatlakoztatásakor.
Updated October 31, 2007 Peligro Antes de empezar a instalar este producto, lea la información de seguridad en Información de Seguridad—Lea Esto Primero, GA27-4004. Este documento describe los procedimientos de sequridad para cablear y enchufar equipos eléctricos. Varning—livsfara Innan du börjar installera den här produkten bör du läsa säkerhetsinformationen i dikumentet Säkerhetsföreskrifter—Läs detta först, GA27-4004.
Updated October 31, 2007 GA27-4004 GA27-4004 Appendix A. Safety information...
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