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TEC Electronic Cash Register
MA-516-100 SERIES
Owner's Manual
Table of Contents

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    TEC Electronic Cash Register MA-516-100 SERIES Owner’s Manual Table of Contents...

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    The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible. Le socle de prise de courant doit être installé à proximité du matériel et doit être aisément accessible. Copyright © 1999 by TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION All Rights Reserved 570 Ohito, Ohito-cho, Tagata-gun, Shizuoka-ken, JAPAN...

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    Do not attempt to effect repairs or modifications to this equipment. If a fault occurs that cannot be rectified using the procedures described in this manual, turn off the power, unplug the machine, then contact your authorized TOSHIBA TEC representative for assistance. Meanings of Each Symbol This symbol indicates warning items (including cautions).

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    Utilize our maintenance services. After purchasing the machines, contact your authorized TOSHIBA TEC representative for assistance once per year or so to have the inside of the machines cleaned. Otherwise, dust will build up inside the machines and may cause fire or malfunction.

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    If for any reason this product is to be returned to the store where purchased, it must be packed in the original carton. • The specifications described in this manual may be modified by TOSHIBA TEC, if necessary. • Be sure to keep this manual for future reference.

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    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 2. Unpacking (1) (2) (3) [5] Stamp Ink (1 pc.) [1] Control Key (REG Key, MGR Key, MA Key, S Key; 2 pcs. respectively) [6] Ribbon Cassette (1 pc.) [2] Drawer Key (2 pcs.) [7] Journal Take-up Reel (1 pc.) [3] Printer Cover Key (2 pcs.) [8] Owner’s Manual (1 pc.) [4] Paper Roll 45mm x Ø50mm (2 pcs.)

  • Page 7: Precautions

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 3. Precautions The ECR is a precision machine. Please handle it carefully considering the following guidelines. Remarks on the Location Do not place it where unusual temperature changes are expected or where it will be subjected to direct sunlight. Place it on a flat and level surface with little dust, humidity, vibration, etc.

  • Page 8: Remarks On Operating The Ecr

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Remarks on Operating the ECR The keys on the keyboard function with a light touch. Avoid pressing the keys too hard. Do not handle the machine with wet hands, since this may cause electrical malfunctions and corrosion of parts. Do not apply thinner, benzine, or other volatile materials to the cabinet or other plastic parts.

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    EO1-11116 MA-516 OWNER’S MANUAL TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Introduction......................1 Unpacking ......................1 Precautions ......................3 Remarks on the Location....................3 Remarks on Operating the ECR ..................4 Outline of Preparation Procedure Before Operating the ECR......9 Appearance and Nomenclature .................11 Control Lock and Control Keys .................12 Control Keys ........................12...

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    EO1-11116 MA-516 OWNER’S MANUAL Setting the U.S. Tax Table (Also applicable to PST in Canada)........Setting the GST Rate (applicable to Canada only) ............Setting the Non-taxable Limit Amount (applicable to only certain areas in Canada)..............Tax Calculation Test......................Register No. Setting .................... Optional Key Setting ...................

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    EO1-11116 MA-516 OWNER’S MANUAL Item Correction (Last Line Voiding).................. Returned Merchandise ....................... Void (Designated Line Voiding)..................All Void (Transaction Cancel).................... Non-add Number Print ....................... Subtotal Read & Print......................Taxable Total Read......................Manual Tax Entry........................ Food Stamp Tender......................Cash Total, Cash Tender ....................Non-cash Media Total, Non-cash Media Tender ..............

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    EO1-11116 MA-516 OWNER’S MANUAL Address: 3 ......................... Address: 4 ......................... Address: 5 ......................... Address: 6 ......................... Address: 7 ......................... Address: 8 ......................... Address: 9 ......................... Address: 10 ........................Address: 11 ........................Address: 12 ........................Address: 13 ........................Address: 14 ........................Address: 15 ........................

  • Page 13: Outline Of Preparation Procedure Before Operating The Ecr

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 5. Outline of Preparation Procedure Before Operating the ECR This chapter shows the outline of set-up procedure of the ECR before actually starting the ECR operation. (1) (2) (3) Remove the cash register from the carton, referring to Chapter “2. Unpacking”...

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    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Install the Receipt and Journal rolls (referring to Chapter “10. Installing the Receipt/Journal Roll”) . Also, install the Ribbon Cassette (referring to Chapter “11. Installing the Ribbon Cas- sette”) . If any optional keys are installed or relocated on the keyboard, the optional key setting programming must be performed first before any other programming.

  • Page 15: Appearance And Nomenclature

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 6. Appearance and Nomenclature Customer’s Display Printer Cover Journal Window Receipt Outlet Validation Slot Operator’s Display Control Lock Drawer Power Cord Keyboard Operator’s Display Validation Slot Used by the operator to confirm the entry contents and Used to print the required item on the validation slip. the status of the register.

  • Page 16: Control Lock And Control Keys

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 7. Control Lock and Control Keys Control Keys There are four types of Control Keys: the REG key, the MGR key, the MA key, and the S key. REG key: The REG key is used by the cashier or clerk who operates ordinary transaction entries. This key can access the positions of OFF and REG of the Control Lock.

  • Page 17: Display

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 8. Display The Operator’s Display (front display) is located at the top of the register just above the keyboard. The Customer’s Display may be used only as a rear display if left in the retracted position or it can be positioned for viewing at other angles by pulling it upward and turning it to the desired position.

  • Page 18: Numeric Display

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Numeric Display AMOUNT (8 digits for total display, 7 digits for entries): Displays the numeric data, such as amount, quantity, etc. When the obtained total or subtotal amount is 8-digit, the RPT digit is also used for the amount display. When no entries are under way and the Control Lock is in the REG position, the current time is displayed.

  • Page 19: Keyboard

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 9. Keyboard The following is the standard keyboard layout, which was initially set at the factory. This register is designed to be capable of programming most of the keys at desired locations or adding some optional keys in place of the current keys. If you are in need of changing the locations or adding keys, see Chapter “15.

  • Page 20: Installing The Receipt/journal Roll

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 10. Installing the Receipt/Journal Roll Installing the Receipt Roll WARNING! Care must be taken not to injure yourself with the paper cutter. Turn the Control Lock to the REG position using a Control Key. To remove the Printer Cover, insert the Printer Cover Key to the Printer Cover Lock, and then turn it 90 clockwise.

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    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Insert the paper end into the receipt inlet behind the printer. Then, feed the paper by hand into the inside of the printer while pressing the [RF] key provided at the central upper side of the keyboard until the paper end comes in contact with the roller (black) as shown below.

  • Page 22: Installing The Journal Roll

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Installing the Journal Roll Follow Steps 1 to 7 for “Installing the Receipt Roll” on the preceding page, except that the paper roll should be placed inner side of the two holders and the [JF] key should be used for the journal roll. Insert the paper end into the slit on the Take-up Reel and wind it around the reel two or three times.

  • Page 23: Installing The Ribbon Cassette

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 11. Installing the Ribbon Cassette WARNING! Care must be taken not to injure yourself with the paper cutter. Turn the Control Lock to the OFF position. To remove the Printer Cover, insert the Printer Cover Key to the Printer Cover Lock, and turn it 90 clockwise. Install the Ribbon Cassette as shown in the figure.

  • Page 24: Setting The Time And Date

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 12. Setting the Time and Date Setting the Time The register has a clock function. Once the time is set, the time is kept even when the power is turned off. The 24- hour system (the military time) is used for time setting, display, and printing. Time setting is allowed any time outside a sale.

  • Page 25: Setting The Date

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Setting the Date The register has a calendar function. Once the date and time are correctly set, the day automatically advances at midnight even when the power is turned off. The extra day of a leap year is also computed automatically. Setting Procedure Use the MA Key to turn the Control Lock to “SET”.

  • Page 26: Displaying The Time

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Displaying the Time The current time is displayed in the “AMOUNT” area when the Control Lock is turned to REG from any other position. When the Control Lock position is changed or any entry operation starts, the displayed time disappears. Time Display Format: (Example: 1:45 p.m.) Printing the Time and Date...

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    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Setting Procedure: Use the MA Key to turn the Control Lock to “SET”. Go to 1), 2), or 3) below. Indications of types of keys below: ..Individual Numeric Key ..Data to be entered through Numeric Keys ..

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    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 2) Tax 1; “A” Break and % Rate Combination (Non-cyclic Breaks + % Rate) First, set all the non-cyclic breaks up to the “A” Break entry and the [ST] key depression shown in the above case of “1) Tax 1 Full Breaks”. |Tax Rate applied when exceeding the “A”...

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    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Setting Examples: Example 1) Tax 1; Full Breaks Tax Table Key Operation Control Lock: SET Amount Range Tax Levied $0.00 to $0.10 0¢ TX1/M $0.11 to $0.22 1¢ TX1/M $0.23 to $0.39 2¢ TX1/M $0.40 to $0.56 3¢...

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    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Example 2) Tax 1; “A” Break and % Rate Combination Tax Table Key Operation Control Lock: SET Amount Range Tax Levied $0.00 to $0.09 0¢ TX1/M $0.10 to $0.29 1¢ TX1/M $0.30 to $0.59 2¢ TX1/M $0.60 to $0.84 3¢...

  • Page 31: Setting The Gst Rate (applicable To Canada Only)

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Setting the GST Rate (applicable to Canada only) Please note the following before operating the GST rate setting. The following preparations are required: 1) Select the “GST Active” status in Chapter “22. System Option Setting”, Address 14 -Bit 1 on page 132 (some other options can also be selected relating to GST in the same Address).

  • Page 32: Setting The Non-taxable Limit Amount

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Setting the Non-taxable Limit Amount (applicable to only certain areas in Canada) This non-taxable amount limit must be set only in certain areas in Canada. Condition for Setting: After Daily Financial Reset (refer to “NOTE on Condition” on page 22.) Setting Procedure: Use the MA Key to turn the Control Lock to “SET”.

  • Page 33: Tax Calculation Test

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Tax Calculation Test Tax calculation can be tested by the following procedure. This operation will not affect any sales data. Operating Procedure: Use the MA Key to turn the Control Lock to “X”. TXBL TX1/M |Amount| Enter any amount through Numeric The tax amount (total of all Keys.

  • Page 34: Optional Key Setting

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES NOTES 1. The Decimal Point cannot be entered in the Register Number. 2. Preceding zeros, if any, will not be printed. For example, if “001234” is entered, “No. 1234” will be printed. 3. The Register Number set here will be printed on the second line below the Store Name Stamp print (just below the Date print line) on every receipt to be issued.

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    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Key Code Key Name Key Code Key Name CHK TEND (Check Tender) TX/M or TX1/M (Tax 1 Modifier) Chg (Charge Total) TX2/M (Tax 2 Modifier) MISC TEND (Miscellaneous Tender) TXBL TL (Taxable Total) CPN (Media Coupon Tender) TAX (Manual Tax) ST (Subtotal) EX (Tax Exempt)

  • Page 36: Key Installation Setting

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Key Installation Setting Condition for Setting: After all Daily and Periodical Resets (refer to “NOTE on Condition” on page 22.) Setting Procedure: Use the S Key to turn the Control Lock to the “BLIND” position. AT/TL (BLIND) To declare Key Installation Setting.

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    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES NOTES 1. If Key Installation Setting is operated for the first time, all the keys are already set as in the Standard keyboard Layout. Therefore, set only the keys that are to be changed as to their locations or newly installed.

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    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES [TAX] (Manual Tax Key) ... Key Code 100 It is used to enter an irregular tax amount that cannot be calculated on the basis of the programmed tax tables, and to add it to the sale total. For installing this key, please note the following in entering Key Code 100: Right: The last key is correctly set with Key Code 100 ([TAX])

  • Page 39: Daily Operation Flow

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 16. Daily Operation Flow The following shows a typical daily operation flow on the register. Reference Before Opening the Store ... Chapter • Ensure that the register is firmly plugged in the wall outlet. • Check if enough portions of Receipt and Journal rolls are left.

  • Page 40: Cashier Identifying Operation

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 17. Cashier Identifying Operation The MA-516 adopts one of the following cashier-identifying methods. (1) Signing Method, using the [LOG/RECEIPT] key. (2) Cashier Push Key Method, using Cashier Keys (stay-down keys) Method (1) is the standard feature. To change the cashier-identifying method from (1) to (2), appropriate System Option selections are necessary as well as hardware option.

  • Page 41: Cashier Push Key Method

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 2. If the [LOG/RECEIPT] key is simply depressed without a prior numeric entry or with only any Declaration Key (such as [RTN MDSE]), the Receipt ON/OFF function is activated (refer to “Receipt-issue/Non-issue Selection” in the next Chapter) but not Sign ON/OFF. 3.

  • Page 42: Setting Preparation Of Each Key, And Transaction Entries

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 18. Setting Preparation of Each Key, and Transaction Entries This chapter describes individual key operations on transaction entries, and setting requirements for the key if necessary. WARNING! When opening the cash drawer, be careful not to let the drawer hit any person. Receipt-issue/Non-issue Selection (LOG/RECEIPT Key) RECEIPT...

  • Page 43: Clearing Errors, Or Clearing Wrong Declaration Key Or Wrong Numeric Entries

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Clearing Errors, or Clearing Wrong Declaration (Clear Key) Key or Wrong Numeric Entries When in sale entries an error has occurred with an alarm buzzer (beeps for about 2 seconds only), a wrong Declaration Key (such as [RTN MDSE], [TX/M], [GST/M], etc.) has been depressed, or a wrong numeric data has been entered; depress the [C] key.

  • Page 44: Department Keys

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Dept. 40 Dept. 21 Department Keys to control Dept. Nos. 21 to 40 Dept. Dept. SHIFT Programming Department Keys These are department keys through which sales items are registered. To designate the Department Nos. 21 to 40, pressing the [DPT SHIFT] key before the Department Keys 1 to 20 is necessary.

  • Page 45: Programming Procedure

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Programming Procedure: Use the MA Key to turn the As for items marked with “NOTE”, refer to the corresponding NOTE No. below and on the next page for further description. Control Lock to “SET”. @/FOR Repeat for programming other Department Keys Declaration of Program No.

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    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 3. The tax (PST) status obtained (as the result of [TX1/M] and/or [TX2/M] depressions) can be verified by reading the numeric value displayed in the rightmost digit of the AMOUNT portion when the individual Department Key is pressed. Similarly, the Key Type status is displayed in the 2nd digit (next to the rightmost digit).

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    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Department Status Program Receipt Format: Key Operation Control Lock: SET Key Type Status 0: Itemized @/FOR 1: Single-item 4: Other Income TX1/M TX2/M FS/M Dept.1 5: Single-item & Other Income TX2/M Dept.2 GST (for CANADA) or Food Stamp Status (for US) TX1/M Dept.3...

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    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Programming Procedure: Use the MA Key to turn the As for items marked with “NOTE”, refer to the corresponding NOTE No. below for further description. Control Lock to “SET”. @/FOR Declaration of Program No. 8 for Department LC pro- gramming Repeat for setting LCs of other departments.

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    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Setting Department Preset Prices: If a fixed price is always entered through a Department Key in sale entries, a preset price can be set on the Department Key. Please note that once set with a preset price, the Department Key will not accept any other price (open price) unless the [PR OPEN] or [OPEN] key is operated or until the Department Key is again programmed to be an open department.

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    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Sale Item Entries Using Department Keys Various types of department entries are shown below. Use the REG Key to turn to the Control Lock to “REG” position. Cashier Sign ON is necessary or a Cashier Key must be set to ON. (Refer to Chapter 17 on page 36.) Entry of One Item: Open-price Department...

  • Page 51: Department Repeat Entry

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Department Repeat Entry: Depress again the Department Key used for the department item entry just entered. The item entry is repeated as many times as the Department Key is depressed. (A negative Department entry cannot be repeated.) Open-price Department Repeat ..

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    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Department Quantity Extension (Multiplication): When more than three or four items are to be entered with the same Department and price, the Quantity Extension (multiplication) is quicker than the Repeat Entry. Open-price Department Depress the [DPT SHIFT] key at either position to enter a sale item of the Department Nos.

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    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Receipt Print Format for Department Quantity Extension Quantity Unit Price Department No. Product Department SPP (Split-Package-Pricing): This operation is used when a customer purchases only part but not all of the items in a package (example: only two tomatoes in a priced package of three tomatoes).

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    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Receipt Print Format for Department SPP Whole Package Quantity Whole Package Price Example) Purchased Quantity = 2 Whole Package Quantity = 3 Purchased Whole Package Price = $1.00 Quantity Entered through Dept. 1 (open-price, Taxable and Food-stampable department) @/FOR Dept.1 @/FOR...

  • Page 55: Plu (price-look-up)

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES PLU (Price-Look-Up) (PLU Key) A “PLU” is an individual merchandise item programmed with its own item code (PLU Code), its link department (and mostly with a Preset Price). By programming PLUs, you can enter an individual item by entering its PLU Code (which should be written on the price tag of the item), instead of entering the price through a Department Key.

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    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 3. The Department Key must not be an Other Income Department. If an Other Income Department Key is depressed, no error occurs here but will occur on entering the PLU in sale entries. 4. The Statuses (Positive/Negative Status, Tax (PST) 1 & 2 Status, GST or Food Stamp Status, and Key Type Status except Other Income) of each PLU is decided by the statuses of the Department to which the PLU is linked.

  • Page 57: Deleting Individual Plus

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Deleting Individual PLUs: When any of the PLUs once programmed are not handled any more in the store, they can be deleted. Condition: When the required PLU sales total memory is zero (i.e. when no sales are made or after a PLU Reset Report is taken to reset the sales data of the PLU into zero) (refer to “NOTE on Condition”...

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    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Changing PLU Preset Prices or Whole Package Quantity: When only changing preset prices and/or whole package quantities of PLUs as part of daily requirements, this operation is quicker than operating “Programming PLU Table”. Condition: Any time outside a sale. Must be signed off in the Cashier Signing Method.

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    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Sale Item Entries of PLUs Various types of PLU entries are shown below. Use the REG Key to turn the Control Lock to “REG”. Cashier Sign ON is necessary or a Cashier Key must be set to ON. (Refer to Chapter 17 on page 36.) Entry of One PLU Item: Preset-price PLU...

  • Page 60: Plu Repeat Entry

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES PLU Repeat Entry: Depress again the last key of the sequence for “Entry of One PLU Item” on the preceding page. The item entry is repeated as many times as the last key. is depressed. (A negative PLU entry cannot be repeated.) Preset-price PLU PLU Code to repeat...

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    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES NOTES 1. The product obtained by Quantity Extension cannot be repeated. 2. The decimal portion of the Quantity entry is processed down to the 2 digits below the decimal point. The fraction rounding at this time is fixed to ROUND OFF. 3.

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    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Receipt Print Format for PLU SPP Whole Package Price Whole Package Quantity Purchased Quantity PLU Code Product NOTES 1. The product (final result amount) obtained by SPP cannot be repeated. 2. The product must not exceed 7 digits. 3.

  • Page 63: Preset Price Open

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Example 2) -- Entry inside a sale -- An item of $5.00 is first entered through Dept. 1 which is an Itemized department. Then an item of PLU Code 101 (defined as in Example 1) on the preceding page is entered. The sale is not finalized until a media key is operated.

  • Page 64: Listing Capacity Open

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Example 2) Department Quantity Extension sequence: Preset-price Dept....@/FOR Dept. Quantity Final Key of the Unit Price sequence OPEN Depress at any of these positions. OPEN Please note that the entry sequence is the same as that of Open-price Departments, except that the [PR OPEN] (or [OPEN]) key is additionally depressed and a Preset-price Department Key is operated instead of an Open- price Department.

  • Page 65: Percent Charge, Percent Discount

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Example 2) PLU Quantity Extension sequence: ....@/FOR Unit Price PLU Code Quantity Final Key of the sequence OPEN Depress at any of these positions. OPEN Percent Charge, Percent Discount (% + Key) (% - Key) These keys are used to add or subtract a percent rate to or from an individual sale entry item or the entire sale.

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    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES % - 5% is set. % + 10% is set. % Key Operations in Sale Entries Use the REG Key to turn the Control Lock to “REG”. (The Percent Discount operation requires the MGR position if so programmed by System Option.) operates the same except that the calculated amount Operation Patterns (...

  • Page 67: Dollar Discount

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES NOTES 1. When a rate is manually entered through a % key preset with a rate, the manual rate prevails. 2. A % entry will cause an error if operated after an Other Income Department or Negative Department entry.

  • Page 68: Vendor Coupon

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 2. Refer to “Tax Modification” (page 66) and “Food Stamp Modification” (page 67) for reversing the Tax or Food Stamp status of the [DOLL DISC] key. An amount of $0.50 is entered as Dollar Discount Vendor Coupon (Vendor Coupon Key) This is a motorized key to enter the amount of vendor coupons received from the customer.

  • Page 69: Store Coupon

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Store Coupon (Store Coupon Key) This is a declaration key to subtract a store coupon amount redeemed through a department. Store coupon operations will net the department through which they are redeemed. To operate, depress the [STR CPN] key before the coupon amount then operate the appropriate department (but not any PLU).

  • Page 70: Tax Modification

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Example of Store Coupon Entry Store Coupon $1 .00 is entered through Dept. 1. “SP” is the symbol of Store Coupon. Tax Modification TX1/M Tax (PST) 1 Modifier Key Tax (PST) 2 Modifier Key TX2/M GST/M GST Modifier Key Each of these keys is used to reverse the tax status of a required Department or PLU item to be entered in a sale.

  • Page 71: Food Stamp Modification

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES • Depress the required Modifier Key(s) prior to or any time during (before the final key at the latest) the entry sequence of the following operations for Departments and PLUs already described. More than one Modifier Keys can be depressed for the same item entry: Percent Charge The tax status of each key (refer to Chapter 22: System...

  • Page 72: Item Correction (last Line Voiding)

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES ITEM Item Correction (Last Line Voiding) (Item Correct Key) CORR The last line item (any of the following items that has just been entered within the current transaction) can be deleted by the [ITEM CORR] key. Entry of One Department Item Department Repeat Entry (NOTE 1) Other Income Department...

  • Page 73

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES • Depress the [RTN MDSE] key prior to or any time (before the final key at the latest) during a required Department or PLU item entry sequence. (The only difference is a depression of the [RTN MDSE] key): Entry of One Department Item Other Income Department “RT”...

  • Page 74: Void (designated Line Voiding)

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Void (Designated Line Voiding) VOID (Void Key) A Department or PLU item entered before the last item but canceled in the current sale (which can no longer be deleted by [ITEM CORR]) is entered as a Void item using the [VOID] key. If this key is not installed on your register, the [RTN MDSE] key may be used for voiding purposes (refer to the page before the preceding) .

  • Page 75: All Void (transaction Cancel)

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES NOTES 1. The Void entries are usually possible only inside a sale. However, when the option “Credit Balance Allowed” is selected, they are allowed outside a sale as well and over-subtraction of the sale is also allowed. (Refer to Chapter “22. System Option Setting”, Address 2 - Bit 3 on page 120.) 2.

  • Page 76: Non-add Number Print

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Non-add Number Print #/NS (Non-add Number Print/No-sale Key) (Non-add Number Print Key) When any code number is to be recorded for future reference, such as a Check No., Customer No., Credit Card No., House Charge Account No., etc., a Non-add Number Print function is used. #/NS Code Number;...

  • Page 77: Subtotal Read & Print

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Subtotal Read & Print (Subtotal Key) When the sale total of the current sale is to be read by the customer’s request or the operator’s requirement, the [ST] key is used. Sale Item ..The sale total of the items so far entered is Entries displayed in the AMOUNT portion with the “ST”...

  • Page 78: Taxable Total Read

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES TXBL Taxable Total Read (Taxable Total Key) This is an Optional Key, used only to display the Taxable Total (sale total including taxes) during a sale. The key is usually not necessary since the [ST] key contains this function. If it is installed, however, it is recommended to program the [ST] key to display the pre-taxed amount (for distinguishing it from the [TXBL TL] key function).

  • Page 79: Food Stamp Tender

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES FSTL Food Stamp Tender (Food Stampable Total Read/Tender Key) TEND When a customer wants to pay for his/her sale in food stamps, this key is used to read the food-stampable total and to tender an amount in food stamps. If the sale is to be paid for in combination of food stamps and other media (cash, check, etc.), Food Stamp Tender must be operated first then operate other media total/tender operations referring to the following pages.

  • Page 80

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Food Stamp Tender Print Format Samples GENERAL Type ILLINOIS Type The customer may pay up The customer may pay up to the food-stampable to the food-stampable amount plus its taxes due amount in food stamps, in food stamps. and the amount actually paid in food stamps is tax- exempted.

  • Page 81: Cash Total, Cash Tender

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Cash Total, Cash Tender AT/TL (Cash Amount Tender/Total Key) When sale items have all been entered and the customer will pay in cash, this key finalizes the sale and issues a receipt. When the customer will pay in other media (non-cash media), refer to the next section “Non-cash Media Total, Non-cash Media Tender”...

  • Page 82

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES When the amount tendered is smaller than the sale total: Displays the balance due (shortage), with the “ST” lamp illuminated. Prints “TX”, “TL”, and “CA”(short-tendered cash amount). The sale is not finalized. (Refer to the section “Multi-tender, Split Tender”.) Tax amount (added to the sale) Sale Total including tax Cash Amount tendered (short-tender)

  • Page 83

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Setting Cash Tender Key Preset Amount: Condition: Any time outside a sale. Must be signed off in Cashier Signing Method. Setting Procedure: Use the MA Key to turn the Control Lock to “SET”. @/FOR Declaration of Program No. 13 for Cash Payment Key Preset Amount Setting Repeat for another key.

  • Page 84: Non-cash Media Total, Non-cash Media Tender

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Non-cash Media Total, Non-cash Media Tender (Check Tender Key) These keys are non-cash media keys to be used for finalizing a sale as (Charge Total Key) alternative media. The keys operate the same as [AT/TL] key. (Refer to the (Media-Coupon section “Cash Total, Cash Tender”...

  • Page 85

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Finalizing a Sale as Charge: Use the [Chg] key instead of [AT/TL] for finalizing a sale to be processed as Charge account. The key may be used to finalize in non-cash media other than Check, Media-Coupon, and Misc., such as house charge, credit card, etc.

  • Page 86: Multi-tender, Split Tender

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Finalizing a Sale as Misc. (Miscellaneous Media): Use the [MISC] key instead of [AT/TL] for finalizing a sale to be processed as Misc. sale. The “Misc.” media may be any non-cash media other than described above (whatever media the store defines to be acceptable). Tax amount (added to the sale) Sale Total including tax Misc.

  • Page 87

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Tax amount (added to the sale) Sale Total (sale total including tax) 1st Cash-tendered (short) 2nd Cash-tendered (over) Change due Split Tender (Short-tender repeated by the different media) : Example) All the items are TXBL entered for the customer.

  • Page 88: Tax Exemption

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Tax Exemption (Tax Exempt Key) When an entire sale must be exempted from designated or all taxes (Tax/PST 1, Tax/PST 2, GST), the [EX] key is used near the end of the sale finalization. (To exempt an individual item from designated taxes, only Tax Modifier Keys are used in entering the item.

  • Page 89: Check Cashing

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES NOTES 1. The Tax Exempt entry cannot be item-corrected. 2. After depressing the [EX] key, the sale must only be finalized (for payment through media keys). 3. If the “Non-taxable Amount Limit” is set for certain areas in Canada, using the [GST/M] key will cause an error and GST Exemption is not allowed.

  • Page 90: No-sale

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES No-sale #/NS (Non-add Number Print/No-sale Key) (No-sale Key) The No-sale transaction is used to open the drawer without relating to a sale, for such purposes of giving changes (to break a large-amount bill), checking the receipt/journal print condition, date or time accuracy, etc. This operation must be performed outside a sale only.

  • Page 91: Received-on Account Payment

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Received-on-Account Payment (Received-on-Account Key) A received-on-account transaction is used to identify money which is in the drawer but not due to business. For example, a customer pays for a sale finalized as a charge on a past day, or the cashier records the change reserve in the drawer loaned from the store office.

  • Page 92: Paid Out

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Paid Out (Paid Out Key) A paid-out transaction is used when an amount of money is removed from the drawer without relating to a sale, for the purpose of paying to wholesalers, etc. This operation must be performed outside a sale only. Operable outside a sale only Repeat, if multiple amounts are paid out in this transaction.

  • Page 93

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Setting Foreign Currency Exchange Rate: Set the exchange rate of the currency. Change the rate daily, if necessary. Condition: Any time outside a sale. Must be signed off in the Cashier Signing Method. Programming Procedure: Use the MA Key to turn the Control Lock to the “SET”...

  • Page 94

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Example) 0.7143 for Currency 1: CUR1 Currency 1 Symbol Integer Portion of the rate Decimal Portion of the rate (not printed when no decimal value is set) Setting Foreign Currency Amount Division Position (Display Form): Select the appropriate amount division position for each foreign currency -- “0.00” (initial status) such as US$ or “0”...

  • Page 95

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES NOTES 1. The [ST] (or [TXBL TL]) key is not required after a short-tender entry. 2. The [CUR2], [CUR3], and [CUR4] keys operate the same fashion as [CUR1] key for tendering Foreign Currencies 2, 3, and 4 respectively. 3.

  • Page 96: Post-issue Receipt

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES RECCEIPT Post-issue Receipt (Post-issue Receipt Key) ISSUE Programmable option (Refer to Chapter “22. System Option Setting”, Address 15 - Bit 6 on page 133.) : • Post-issue receipt is available only when the sale has been finalized with Receipt-OFF mode. (“R OFF” lamp illuminated) •...

  • Page 97: Validation Print

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES VALI Validation Print (Validation Key) DATE To perform a validation print of a sale item or a media entry, insert a validation slip to the Validation Slot and depress this key. The sale item or media data just entered is printed on the slip. Withdraw the slip to go on any other operation. A required sale Insert a slip to the VALI...

  • Page 98

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Validation Print Examples -- Receipt Print -- -- Validation Print -- (Initial Status: Cashier ID Non-print) NOTE 1) Receipt Date Department Amount Consecutive No. (Month-Day) (lowest 3 digit) Sale Total or Media Tendered Amount -- Option Print Format -- (Option Status 1: Consecutive No.

  • Page 99: Print/non-print Options On Sale Receipts

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Print/Non-print Options on Sale Receipts The following are items that can be programmed to be printed or not on sale receipts. To change the print/non-print status, refer to Chapter “22. System Option Setting”. For changing the print/non-print status of each item, further refer to the Address No.

  • Page 100: Operations In "mgr" Mode

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 19. Operations in “MGR” Mode This chapter describes operations to be performed in the “MGR” position of the Control Lock, which the Store Manager can access using the MGR or MA key. WARNING! When opening the cash drawer, be careful not to let the drawer hit any person. Items programmed to require Manager Intervention During daily sale entry operations, the cashier may call for Manager Intervention.

  • Page 101: Listing Capacity Release

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Operations and Manager Intervention Status MGR Position Reference OPERATION (See Chapter Page Not required Required “22. System Option Setting”.) Credit Balance (over- subtraction of the sale by [DOLL DISC], Address 2 - Bit 3 [VOID], [STR CPN], or [VND CPN] keys) Negative Department Address 5 - Bit 4...

  • Page 102: Operations In " - " Mode

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 20. Operations in “ - ” Mode This chapter describes operations to be performed in the “ - ” position of the Control Lock, which the Store Owner or a person so authorized can access using the MA key. WARNING! When opening the cash drawer, be careful not to let the drawer hit any person.

  • Page 103: Read And Reset Reports

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 21. Read and Reset Reports This chapter describes the operation to take each report and its contents. The report function is one of the most beneficial features of this register. As sales data are entered, the register processes the data into appropriate totals and counters in the report memory.

  • Page 104

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 3. If an hour value of more than 23 or a minute value of more than 59 is set, it will not result in an error but the data will not be processed into that hourly range. 4.

  • Page 105: Taking Read And Reset-reports

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Selecting Print/Non- print Items on Reports The following table shows the items on reports that can be programmed to be printed or non-printed according to your store’s requirements. For further details of programming, refer to Chapter “22. System Option Setting”. If you have started operations on the register without this programming operation performed, print or non-print status of each item is determined by the “Initial Status”...

  • Page 106

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES In addition, Read Reports (Daily or Periodical) are called “X” reports since the reports are taken with the Control Lock positioned to “X” and the header “X” is printed. Reset Reports (Daily or Periodical) are called “Z” reports, taken with the Control Lock positioned to “Z”, printing the header “Z”.

  • Page 107

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Daily Cashier Read (X) Report for Signing Method (operable in signed-OFF condition only) Use MGR or MA Key. The drawer opens & Report See page 113 for Print RECEIPT sample format. Starts Cashier Code 1 to 8 (assigned by the store) of the cashier Sales data recorded...

  • Page 108

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Zone PLU Sales Read (X) Report Use MGR or MA Key. @/FOR PLU Code that starts the PLU Code that required zone (range) for this ends the zone report (max. 3 digits). (max. 3 digits). The Start PLU Code must be equal to or smaller than the End PLU Code.

  • Page 109

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Daily Cashier Reset (Z) Report for Signing Method (operable in signed-OFF condition only) Use MA Key. The drawer opens & Report See page 113 for Print sample format. RECEIPT Starts Cashier Code 1 to 8 (assigned by the store) of the cashier Sales data recorded whose data is to be...

  • Page 110

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Zone PLU Sales Reset (Z) Report Use MA Key. @/FOR PLU Code that starts the PLU Code that required zone (range) for ends the zone this report (max. 3 digits). (max. 3 digits). The Start PLU Code must be equal to or smaller than the End PLU Code.

  • Page 111: Report Sample Format

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Periodical Reset Reports: Periodical Financial Reset (Z) Report Use MA Key. The drawer opens & Report See page 108 for AT/TL Print sample format. Starts “20” is fixed for Periodical Financial Reset. Department Sales Data & Financial Sales Data for the period Periodical All Cashier Reset (Z) Report (regardless of any Cashier Identifying method;...

  • Page 112

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Financial Read or Reset Report (Daily or Periodical) Daily Read Daily Reset Report Type Symbol 20X: Periodical Read 20Z: Periodical Reset Grand Total ( non-resettable ) ( Initial Status: Print ) Gross Sale: Item Count Amount Dept. 1 Sales: Customer Count Item Count Amount...

  • Page 113

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Sum of All Depts. except Other Income Depts.: Item Count (Initial Status: Non-print) (Item Count does not include Negative Depts.) Amount Percent Charge: Count Amount Net Sale Without Tax: Item Count (Initial Status: Non-print) Amount GST Amount (Prints only when GST Feature is selected) Tax (PST) 1 Amount Tax (PST) 2 Amount Manual Tax Amount...

  • Page 114

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Cash-in-drawer Amount Check Count Check-in-drawer Amount These items are printed Charge Count on Daily Reports only but not on Periodical Reports. Charge-in-drawer Amount Misc. Count Misc.-in-drawer Amount Media-Coupon Count Media-Coupon-in-drawer Amount Food Stamp Count (Prints only when Food Food Stamp-in-drawer Amount Stamp Feature is selected.) Food Stamp Change (Amount of change refunded in FS)

  • Page 115

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Food Stamp Tax 1 Exempt Amount (Printed only when ILLINOIS or NEW JERSEY type of Food Stamp system is selected.) Food Stamp Tax 2 Exempt Amount Foreign Currency 1: Tender Count Amount-in-drawer (in the specific currency value) Foreign Currency 2: Tender Count Amount-in-drawer (in the specific currency value)

  • Page 116: Memory Balance

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES -- Memory Balance -- Grand Total Sum of Daily Gross Sales NOTE Gross Sale (Sum of All Depts) + (Sum of Tax/PST 1 & 2 and Manual Tax) + (Percent Charge) + (Percent Discount on Item) + (Sum of Negative Depts) + (Item Correct) + (Void) + (Returned Merchandise) + (Negative Tax) + (GST) + (All Void) + (“...

  • Page 117

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Cashier Read or Reset Report (Daily or Periodical) Daily Cashier Read or Reset Report X: Daily Read Z: Daily Reset Report Type Symbol Cashier Code of the required cashier Gross Sale: Customer Count Item Count Amount Other Income Depts Total: Item Count (Initial Status: Non-print) Amount Reset Count of each cashier’s Daily Reset Report (prints on Reset Reports only)

  • Page 118

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Daily Hourly Sales Read or Reset Report 10X: Daily Read 10Z: Daily Reset Report Type Symbol Sales Data from 18:01:00 yesterday to 8:00:59 ... No sales recorded Sales Data from 8:01:00 to 9:00:59 ...No sales recorded Customer Count Sales Data in Hourly Range from 9:01:00 to 10:00:59 Net Sale With Tax Customer Count...

  • Page 119

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Daily PLU Read or Reset Report (All or Zone) Daily All PLU Read or Reset Report X: Daily Read Z: Daily Reset Report Type Symbol PLU Code 10 (disregard the decimal point in the code): Sale Item Count Sale Amount PLU Code 11: Sale Item Count...

  • Page 120

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Daily Media Sales & In-drawer Read Report Report Type Symbol (Daily Read Report only) Total Customer Count All Media Sales Amount Cash-in-drawer Amount Check Count Check-in-drawer Amount Charge Count Charge-in-drawer Amount Misc. Count Misc.-in-drawer Amount Media-Coupon Count Media-Coupon-in-drawer Amount Food Stamp Count Food Stamp-in-drawer Amount...

  • Page 121: System Option Setting

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 22. System Option Setting This chapter is provided for your selections of the register’s basic functions according to the market and your requirements, some of which are already indicated for reference in other chapters as to print/non-print items, key functions, etc.

  • Page 122

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES NOTES 1. Any Bit No. shaded and filled with “-- vacant --” in the Address tables on the following pages will be disregarded even if it is SET or RESET. (However, if ever SET, it will not result in an error.) 2.

  • Page 123: Address: 1

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Address: initial SET Bit Nos. 2 5 6 (Non-print Options 1) Your Selection Selective Status Bit No. Content RESET Time on Journal and Every Receipt PRINT NON-PRINT Purchased Item Count on Sale Receipts PRINT NON-PRINT Manual Subtotal on Sale Receipts PRINT NON-PRINT GT (Grand Total) on Financial Reports...

  • Page 124: Address: 2

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Address: initial SET Bit Nos. (Optional Functions 1) Your Selection Selective Status Bit No. Content RESET Fraction Rounding Process on Quantity ROUND OFF ROUND UP Extension or % Calculations Fraction Rounding Process on Quantity ROUND DOWN Follow Bit 1 status. Extension or % Calculations Credit Balance (over-subtraction of the sale by [DOLL DISC], [VOID] keys, etc.)

  • Page 125

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES SET status (ROUND UP ITEM PRICE) 100 (Whole Package Price) 3 (Whole Package Q’ty) = 33.333... Round up to $0.34 (Item Price). Then $.0.34 x 2 = $0.68 Bit 6: If SET status is selected, data of Departments with no sales data recorded will be skipped from printing on Financial Reports.

  • Page 126: Address: 3

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Address: initial SET Bit Nos. Your Selection (Tax Status, Food Stamp Status 1) Selective Status Bit No. Content RESET [% +] key PST/Tax Status NON-TAXABLE TAXABLE [% -] key PST/Tax Status NON-TAXABLE TAXABLE [DOLL DISC] key PST/Tax Status TAXABLE NON-TAXABLE GST TAXABLE, or...

  • Page 127: Address: 4

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Address: initial SET Bit Nos. Your Selection (Tax Status, Food Stamp Status 2) Selective Status Bit No. Content RESET [STR CPN] key PST/Tax Status TAXABLE NON-TAXABLE [VND CPN] key PST/Tax Status TAXABLE NON-TAXABLE [STR CPN] key GST or Food Stamp GST NON-TAXABLE, or GST TAXABLE, or Food-stampable...

  • Page 128: Address: 5

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Address: initial SET Bit Nos. Your Selection (MGR Intervention Requirement) Selective Status Bit No. Content RESET [RTN MDSE] key Not Required Required [PO] key Not Required Required Required [DOLL DISC] and [% -] keys Not Required Negative Departments and Negative PLU Not Required Required Non-cash Media Keys to finalize a...

  • Page 129: Address: 7

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Address: initial SET Bit Nos. 1 2 3 ([CHK TND] Key Function) Your Selection Selective Status Bit No. Content RESET Tender and Total Functions in finalizing TENDER or TOTAL TENDER only a sale Validation Print Content on SALE TOTAL TENDERED AMOUNT Over-tendering...

  • Page 130: Address: 8

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Address: initial SET Bit Nos. ([Chg] Key Function) Your Selection Selective Status Bit No. Content RESET Tender and Total Functions in finalizing TENDER or TOTAL TOTAL only a sale Validation Print Content on SALE TOTAL TENDERED AMOUNT Over-tendering Cashing with no purchase, using this key PROHIBITED...

  • Page 131: Address: 9

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Address: initial SET Bit Nos. ([MISC] Key Function) Your Selection Selective Status Bit No. Content RESET Tender and Total Functions in finalizing TENDER or TOTAL TENDER only a sale Validation Print Content on SALE TOTAL TENDERED AMOUNT Over-tendering Cashing with no purchase, using this key PROHIBITED...

  • Page 132: Address: 10

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Address: initial SET Bit Nos. 1 2 4 ([CPN] Key Function) Your Selection Selective Status Bit No. Content RESET Tender and Total Functions in finalizing TENDER or TOTAL TENDER only a sale Validation Print Content on SALE TOTAL TENDERED AMOUNT Over-tendering Cashing with no purchase, using this key...

  • Page 133: Address: 11

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Address: initial SET Bit Nos. (Optional Function 2) Your Selection Selective Status Bit No. Content RESET Short-tendering using any media key. (applicable to [AT/TL], [CHK TND], ALLOWED PROHIBITED [Chg], [MISC], [CPN]) Sum of all Departments (except Other Income Departments) on Financial NON-PRINT PRINT...

  • Page 134: Address: 12

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Address: initial SET Bit Nos. (Validation and Foreign Your Selection Currency Options) Selective Status Bit No. Content RESET Validation allowed for same item Only Once Any number of times Receipt Consecutive No. on Validation PRINT NON-PRINT Cashier ID on Validation PRINT NON-PRINT -- vacant --...

  • Page 135: Address: 13

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Address: initial SET Bit Nos. (Non-print Options 2) Your Selection Selective Status Bit No. Content RESET “Net Sale With Tax” Line on Financial PRINT NON-PRINT Reports “Net Sale Without Tax” Line on PRINT NON-PRINT Financial Reports Tax(PST) Amount Line(s) on Sale CONSOLIDATED LINE SEPARATE PRINT Receipts when Tax(PST) 1 and...

  • Page 136: Address: 14

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Address: initial SET Bit Nos. (GST Options) Your Selection Selective Status Bit No. Content RESET Food Stamp Feature (for US) or GST FOOD STAMP (All bit status selections Feature (for certain areas in Canada) below are disregarded) Fraction Rounding Process on GST Follow Bit 3 status ROUND UP...

  • Page 137: Address: 15

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Address: initial SET Bit Nos. Optional Functions 3 Your Selection Selective Status Bit No. Content RESET No-sale Transaction Entry After Non-add PROHIBITED ALLOWED Number Print Entries Receipt Consecutive No. on Journal and PRINT NON-PRINT every Receipts in any mode Receipt Consecutive No.

  • Page 138: Address: 16

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Address: initial SET Bit Nos. 1 2 8 (Optional Functions 4) Your Selection Selective Status Bit No. Content RESET Drawer-close before starting any NOT COMPULSORY operation in any mode except SET and COMPULSORY See NOTE below BLIND. Number of times allowed for % (% + or % ANY NUMBER OF -) entries after once depressing [ST]...

  • Page 139

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Bit 4 SET and Bit 5 RESET ..... ILLINOIS Type The customer may pay up to the food-stampable amount in food stamps, and the amount actually paid in food stamps is tax-exempted. (The FOOD STAMPABLE TOTAL read in the display does not include its taxes due.) Bit 4 RESET and Bit 5 SET .....

  • Page 140: Program Data Verification

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 23. Program Data Verification Whenever programming operations are performed, it is recommended to issue Program Verification receipts to check the programmed data before entering any other operation. Operating Procedure Condition: Any time outside a sale Programming Procedure: Use the MGR or MA Key to turn the OFF Control Lock to “X”.

  • Page 141

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Department Preset Price Read Read Symbol (same as some Read Reports) Department No. Preset Price (Those with blank price are Open-price Departments.) Department LC and Status Read Key Type Status 0: Itemized 1: Single-item Department No. 4: Other Income 5: Single-item + Other Income Tax Status (PST Status) 0: Non-taxable...

  • Page 142

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES PLU Table Read Link Department No. PLU Code Preset Price (Blank Price means that it is an Open-price PLU.) Whole Package Quantity Whole Package Price (Preset) SPP PLUs Whole Package Quantity Whole Package Price is open - 138 -...

  • Page 143

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Other Programmed Data Read Common LC for All Departments % + Preset Rate % - Preset Rate GST Rate (If GST Feature is selected) Foreign Currency 1: Integer Digits of Exchange Rate Decimal Digits of Exchange Rate Foreign Currencies 2 to 4 Rates are printed also if the keys are opened.

  • Page 144

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES System Option Read 1 System Option Read 2 Address No. Bit Nos. NOTE: The above samples show the Initial SET Bit Nos. of each Address. - 140 -...

  • Page 145: Paper Roll Replacement And Other Maintenance

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 24. Paper Roll Replacement and Other Maintenance WARNING! Care must be taken not to injure yourself with the paper cutter. When a red line appears on the edge of the paper roll, follow the steps below to replace the paper roll with a new one. Replacing the Receipt Roll Turn the Control Lock to the REG position using the Control Key.

  • Page 146: Replacing The Journal Roll

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Load new paper roll as described in Chapter 10 on page Replacing the Journal Roll Turn the Control Lock to the REG position using the Control Key. To remove the Printer Cover, insert the Printer Cover Key to the Printer Cover Lock, and then turn it 90 clockwise.

  • Page 147: Replacing The Ribbon Cassette

    Load new paper roll as described in Chapter 10 on page Replacing the Ribbon Cassette This Ribbon Cassette is a consumable part and a TOSHIBA TEC’s exclusive. Ask your TOSHIBA TEC representative about the order of the Ribbon Cassette. Turn the Control Lock to the OFF position using the Control Key.

  • Page 148

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Remove the old Ribbon Cassette by pulling it in the direction of the arrow mark. Install a new one as shown in the figure. After installing the Ribbon Cassette, turn the knob of the Ribbon Cas- sette in the direction of the arrow mark several times to remove the slack on the ribbon.

  • Page 149: Replenishing Ink To The Store Name Stamp

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Replenishing Ink to the Store Name Stamp Turn the Control Lock to the OFF position using the Control Key. To remove the Printer Cover, insert the Printer Cover Key to the Printer Cover Lock, and then turn it 90 clockwise.

  • Page 150

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Install the stamp by inserting it in the direction of the arrow mark. Attach the Printer Cover. After replenishing ink, depress the [#/NS] key to check the density of the printed message. Ordering a Store Name Stamp which contains your store name, address, and telephone No., etc.

  • Page 151: Manual Drawer Release And Lock

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Manual Drawer Release and Lock The drawer opens automatically when a registration is performed. In the event of a power failure or other trouble, the drawer can be opened manually in the following manner. WARNING! When opening the cash drawer, be careful not to let the drawer hit any person. Releasing Insert the Drawer Release Key into the Drawer Release Lock, then turn the key clockwise.

  • Page 152: Changing The Layout Of The Money Case

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Changing the Layout of the Money Case Open the drawer, then take the Money Case out. Remove the Coin Case from the Money Case. To remove the Partition from the Coin Case, pull the Partition upward while pushing the Coin Case outward. Set the Partition in the groove of the place where you like to set, then push the Partition downward.

  • Page 153: Media Slot

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Media Slot The Media Slot provided at the front of the drawer is used to put non-cash media such as check in the drawer without opening it. The non-cash media put from this slot are kept under the Money Case, therefore you can keep them in secret.

  • Page 154: Troubleshooting

    WARNING! If you cannot solve a problem with the following solutions, do not attempt to repair it yourself. Turn the power off, then contact your TOSHIBA TEC representative for assistance. 1. Trouble concerning Power Supply Power is not turned ON.

  • Page 155

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Paper roll wrinkles. Cause 1: Paper roll is not placed correctly, or placed on the skew. Measure: Place the paper roll correctly. (Refer to page 16.) Cause 2: Failure of the printer itself Measure: Ask the store where purchased. Printer prints nothing.

  • Page 156

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Abnormal sound generates. Cause 1: Paper roll or ribbon cassette is not placed correctly. Measure: Place the paper roll or ribbon cassette correctly. (Refer to page 16 or 143.) Cause 2: Failure of the printer itself Measure: Ask the store where purchased.

  • Page 157

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 3. Trouble concerning Keyboard Key on the keyboard does not function. Cause 1: Control Lock is in the OFF position. Measure: Turn the Control Lock to the positions other than OFF using the Control Key. Cause 2: Failure of the keyboard itself Measure: Ask the store where purchased.

  • Page 158

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Error tone beeps Cause 1: Operation procedure is incorrect. Measure: Depress the [C] key to clear the error, then check the operation procedure you attempted. Cause 2: Control Lock position is incorrect. Measure: Turn the Control Lock to the correct position using the Control Key. Cause 3: Operation in the REG position was attempted while the drawer remained open.

  • Page 159: Status Clear And Memory Clear Operations

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 27. Status Clear and Memory Clear Operations The operations described in this chapter are provided for initial start-up of the machine or emergency but not to be operated as part of daily routines. Do not perform any of these operations unless it is really necessary. Status Clear The operation defined as “Status Clear”...

  • Page 160: Sales Memory Clear

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Sales Memory Clear The operation defined as “Sales Memory Clear” will only clear the sales data accumulated in the register’s memory (report memory). The programmed data will not be cleared. By operating a Sales Memory Clear, all the sales data including non-resettable totals and counters, Reset Report Counts, Receipt Consecutive No.

  • Page 161: All Memory Clear

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES All Memory Clear If the register becomes completely inoperative due to battery discharge or malfunction of the program memory, the All Memory Clear operation must be carried out. When an All Memory Clear is operated, all the memory contents that have been stored in the RAM will be cleared (i.e., the programmed data and the sales data).

  • Page 162: Specifications

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 28. Specifications Size ................460 mm (width) x 430 mm (depth) x 319 mm (height including rubber feet) (or 352 mm (height) when Customer’s Display is popped up.) --- with PSP Drawer 460 mm (width) x 400 mm (depth) x 314 mm (height including rubber feet) (or 347 mm (height) when Customer’s Display is popped up.) --- with SP Drawer...

  • Page 163: Stamp Order

    1. If you order two or more design stamps, please make copies of this form. 2. Carda International is an independent company and is not affiliated with TOSHIBA TEC. 3. Carda International also accepts orders for custom logos at an additional cost.

  • Page 164

    EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES For supplies, service or assistance call: Please have the following information available when you call: Product Name: TEC Electronic Cash Register Model: MA-516-100 Serial Number: Place Purchased: Date of Purchase: If for any reason this product is to be returned to the store where purchased, it must be packed in the original carton. - 160 -...

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