Casio SE-S10 User Manual

Casio SE-S10 User Manual

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SE-S10
Electronic Cash Register
User's Manual
START-UP is QUICK and EASY!
Simple to use!
20 departments and 500 PLUs
Automatic Tax Calculations
Calculator function
CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.
6-2, Hon-machi 1-chome
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8543, Japan
(SE-S10 small drawer model)
EU
DI
UK

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  • Page 1 SE-S10 Electronic Cash Register (SE-S10 small drawer model) User's Manual START-UP is QUICK and EASY! Simple to use! 20 departments and 500 PLUs Automatic Tax Calculations Calculator function CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. 6-2, Hon-machi 1-chome Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8543, Japan...
  • Page 2: Cleaning

    INTRODUCTION Thank you very much for purchasing this CASIO electronic cash regis- ter. START-UP is QUICK and EASY! Part-1 of this User's Manual can help you make a quick start. Once you have mastered the QUICK START operations, you will un- doubtedly want to expand your use of this machine by studying other sections of Part-2.
  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    Continued use creates the danger of short circuit, fire and electric shock. • Attempting to repair the register yourself is extremely dangerous. Contact CASIO service representative. Never try to take the register apart or modify it in any way. High-voltage components inside the register create the danger of fire and electric shock.
  • Page 4 • Contact CASIO service representative whenever the power cord or plug requires repair or maintenance. Caution! Do not place the register on an unstable or uneven surface.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Magnetic plate* 1 pc * Use this plate for tacking the notes (SE-S10 small drawer model) received from customer. Weld lines Lines may be visible on the exterior of the product. These are “weld lines” that result from the plastic molding process.
  • Page 6: Getting To Know Your Cash Register

    Getting to know your cash register Getting to know your cash register Mode Switch The position of the Mode Switch controls the type of operations you can perform on the cash register. The PROGRAM key (marked PGM) can be select any Mode Switch setting, while OPERATOR key (marked OP) can be used to select OFF, REG or CAL only.
  • Page 7 Getting to know your cash register Keyboard • Department 6 through 20 are specified by pressing the j key respectively as follows: PAPER POST TAX PGM HELP SAVING RECEIPT Department 6 ~ 10 → × — FEED Department 11 ~ 15 →...
  • Page 8: Daily Job Flow

    Daily Job Flow Daily Job Flow Before Opening The Store 1. Plugged in? 2. Enough Roll Paper? Page-11 3. Date and Time is correct? Page-40 4. Enough small change in the drawer? Page-41 While The Store Is Open 1. Registrations. Page-14 ~ 2.
  • Page 9: Part-1 Quick Start Operation

    Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION 1. Loading Memory Protection Battery Important You must initialize the Cash register. 1. Remove the printer cover. 2. Open the battery compartment cover. 3. Load 2 new UM-3, or R6P (SUM-3) type batteries into the compartment.
  • Page 10: Setting The Cash Register

    Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION 3. Setting the Cash Register ! Plug the power cord of the cash register into AC outlet. @ Please choose your language followed by printed message. # When the display shows blinking "0", such as 00-00-00 Enter current date in Day, Month, Year.
  • Page 11: To Remove Receipt Paper

    Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION 5. To remove receipt paper ! Open the platen arm. @ Remove the core of the paper. 6. To remove journal paper & Remove the printer cover by Remove the take-up reel Remove the core of the pa- lifting up the back.
  • Page 12: Basic Programming For Quick Start

    Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION 8. Basic Programming for QuICk START Mode Switch CAL X Purpose Procedure 1. To select the date format and monetary mode (if necessary) You can select the date format and monetary mode after initialization depending on the requirements in your area.
  • Page 13 Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION Purpose Procedure 3. In case of accepting two (the Euro and the local) currencies. 3-1. Press the following keys to define the main currency/print out currency of the subtotal. P3 appears in mode display XVXX Euro status (1) Main currency = Local, Print out subtotal = Local: Euro Status (2) Main currency = Euro, Print out subtotal = Euro :...
  • Page 14: Basic Operation After Basic Programming

    Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION 9. Basic Operation after Basic Programming Mode Switch Note: Whenever an error is generated, the input figures reset to 0. All printout samples are journal images and the header (date, time and consecutive no.) are eliminated from the samples. Printout Operation 9-1 Open the drawer...
  • Page 15 Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION 9-5 Split cash/ Printout Operation charge sales 08-01-2010 09:25 Example 0005 Unit Price $2.00 $3.00 $4.00 DEPT01 •2.00 Quantity DEPT02 •3.00 Dept. DEPT01 •4.00 Cash TOTAL •9.00 Amount $5.00 — Cash Amount Tendered CASH •5.00 tendered —...
  • Page 16: Department Key

    Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION Mode Switch Printout 9-6-2 After you Operation pressed a key cancels the last registered item. department key Example DEPT01 •5.50 1. Entered unit price 550 by Wrong entry ERR CORR -5.50 mistake instead of 505 and DEPT01 •5.05 pressed a department key.
  • Page 17: Currency Exchange

    Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION 9-7 Registering with Mode Switch currency exchange display Operation Example Unit Price £2.00 Quantity Dept. 1 Cash Amount 10.00 Euro tendered '50e Rate 1Euro = £ 0.8 Pressing ] before subtotal converts the Main currency Local (£) subtotal amount into the Euro.
  • Page 18: Daily Management Report

    Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION 10. daily Management Report This section tells you the procedures to use to produce reports of the transaction data stored in the cash register's memory. Important Remember that when you issue a reset (Z) report, the data that is reported is cleared from the applicable totalizers.
  • Page 19 Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION Printout Operation 10-2-2 daily Read/Reset Z (Reset) report Report — Date/Time 08-01-2010 19:25 — Consecutive No. 0073 Mode Switch to (Read) — Non-resettable No. of 0000 DAILY Z 0012 Resets /RESET Symbol — Dept. Name/ No. of Items DEPT01 QT —...
  • Page 20: Part-2 Convenient Operation

    Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION Part 2 CONVENIENT OPERATION Mode Switch CAL X 1. Various Programming 1-1 Unit price for Departments Example Unit Price $1.00 $2.20 $11.00 P appears in mode display Dept. (For Dept. 1) (For Dept. 2) ZZ?? (For Dept .3) •...
  • Page 21 Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION 1-4 Status for Department Mode Switch CAL X Example Selections Depts. P3 appears in mode display For Dept. 1 Select a number Select a number from list C Select a number from list A from list B For Dept.
  • Page 22 Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION 1-5-2 Status for percent key Example P3 appears in mode display Round Percent Select a number from list A Select a number from list B (To end the setting) Selections Rounding of results produced by Percent Key operation. Round off (1.544=1.54;...
  • Page 23 Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION 1-7 General features Mode Switch CAL X 1-7-1 To set general controls P3 appears in mode display ?NXX Program code No. ???? Select a number from list A (To end the setting) Select a number from list B Select a number from list C Select a number from list D Selections...
  • Page 24 Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION 1-7-2 To set printing controls P3 appears in mode display ?BXX Program code No. ???? Select a number from list A Always “0” (To end the setting) Select a number from list B Select a number from list C Selections Use the printer to print receipts = R Selections...
  • Page 25 Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION 1-7-3 To set report Mode Switch printing controls CAL X P3 appears in mode display ?<XX Program code No. Select a number from list A Select a number from list B (To end the setting) Select a number from list C Selections Selections Clear electronic journal memory after...
  • Page 26: Plu Setting

    Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION 1-8 PLU setting 1-8-1 Linkage with Departments P3 appears in mode display Example PLU No. PLU No. Select number from list A Link dept. No. PLU No. Dept. No. to be linked (To end the setting) Selections Linked to dept.
  • Page 27 Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION 1-9 Setting the Tax Rate and rounding P3 appears in mode display ?ZXB Program set code No. for tax rate 1* ??"???? Enter tax rate A ???? Select number from list D Select numbers from list B Select number from list C Program set code (To end the setting)
  • Page 28 Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION 1-10 To control Tax Mode Switch CAL X Status printing P3 appears in mode display ?CXN Program set code No. Select number from list A Select number from list B Always “0” (To end the setting) Selections Print tax total line (only for Australia).
  • Page 29 Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION 1-11 To program department, Mode Switch CAL X PLU, clerk name, receipt message 1-11-1 Simple character You can set department and PLU name by using a simple character list fror / list fror 1-1. Issue category list. 112:ARTICLE SALE 212:BOOK, STATIONARY 312:ELECTRONIC GOODS...
  • Page 30 Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION 2-2. Reset department name. Department Name DEPT01 Character code P2 appears in mode display (To end the setting) 2-3. Programming department PLU PLU(1-1200) Name CLOTHING UMBRELLA Character code P2 appears in mode display XizV?Xp C?izV?Cp (To end the setting) 2-4.
  • Page 31 Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION 1-11-2 Character In the PGM 2 mode, the keyboard becomes character setting keyboard illustrated below after specifying a department, a PLU, or a clerk. keyboard 1 Double size key DEPT CLK# SHIFT Use this key to specify the next charac- ter to a double sized character.
  • Page 32: Programming Clerk Name

    Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION 1-11-4 Programming PLU name Example PLU (1 ~ 500) P2 appears in mode display Name DAIRY up to 8 (4 double sized) characters PLU No. ><VVVZZZCCC → refer to 1-11-7 VV<<+< → refer to 1-11-7 PLU No. (To end the setting) 1-11-5 Programming clerk name Example...
  • Page 33 Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION Characters are assigned to each numeric key. You can enter “A” by 1-11-7 Alphabetical < pressing once, “B” twice, “C” three times … order The following tables indicate character assignment and the depression numbers of the key to enter the appropriate character. →...
  • Page 34 Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION → Q → R → S → p → q → r → P, Q, R, S, p, q, r, s, 1, … returns to the beginning → s → 1 → → → ß → → U →...
  • Page 35 Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION 1-12 Printing to read All Preset Data • Printing preset data. 1-12-1 Printing preset Printout Operation data except PLU — Dept Name./Unit Price settings DEPT01 @1.00 — Tax Status/Normal Dept/ 0000 Digit Limit/ Single Item DEPT02 @10.00 0000 Mode Switch DEPT20...
  • Page 36: Plu Settings

    Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION Mode Switch CAL X Printout Operation 1-12-2 Printing preset PLU settings — PLU Name/Unit Price PLU0001 @1.00 — PLU No./Program #0001 0000 PLU0002 @2.00 #0002 0002 PLU0003 @3.00 #0003 0000 PLU0004 @4.00 #0004 0000 PLU0199 @1,999.00 #0199 0000 PLU0500 @500.00...
  • Page 37: Various Operations

    Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION 2. Various Operations Mode Switch 2-1 Registration using preset price for Departments. (Programming: See page 20) Printout Operation Example Unit Price $1.00 $2.20 $11.00 08-01-2010 15:30 Quantity 0040 Depts. DEPT01 •1.00 Amount $50.00 tendered DEPT02 •2.20 — Repeat DEPT02 •2.20 —...
  • Page 38: Post Receipt

    Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION 2-4 Split cash/ check sales Example C??? 08-01-2010 16:15 Unit Price $30.00 $25.00 0044 XB?? Quantity DEPT02 •30.00 Depts. X???p DEPT03 •25.00 Cash amount $20.00 TOTAL •55.00 tendered CASH •20.00 Check $35.00 CHECK •35.00 < 2-5 Post receipt You can issue a post receipt after finalizing a transaction by pressing issuance Note that all of the following condition must be satisfied:...
  • Page 39: Plu Registration

    Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION 2-7 PLU operation Mode Switch 2-7-1 PLU registration Printout Operation (Programming: See page 26) 08-01-2010 17:00 Example 0051 PLU No. Unit Price $1.00 $2.00 PLU0001 •1.00 — Repeat PLU0001 •1.00 Quantity Z??? — Multiplication @2.00 Depts. PLU0002 •8.00 —...
  • Page 40: Other Registrations

    Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION 2-8 Other registrations Mode Switch 2-8-1 Reading the Time Display Operation and Date Hour/Minute 13-5# 08-01-10 Day/Month/Year (Default : depends upon date order) • Flashes per second Mode Switch CAL X Adjusting the Time Display Operation • Turn the Mode Switch to PGM. Example Current time = 13:58 ZCB<h...
  • Page 41 Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION Mode Switch Printout 2-8-2 Paid out from Operation cash in drawer ZXCV — Reference Number 12345678 BNM< 08-01-2010 17:20 0057 Enter reference No. — Paid Out Amount •10.00 Z??? 2-8-3 Cash received Printout Operation on account 08-01-2010 17:25 —...
  • Page 42 Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION 2-8-6 Premium/ Printout Operation Discount Premium Discount DEPT01 $1.00 DEPT01 $1.00 •2.5% premium/discount (programmed to x key) — *1 — *1 %+(2.5%) $0.03 %-(2.5%) -0.03 applied to first item. DEPT02 $2.00 DEPT02 $2.00 DEPT03 $3.00 DEPT03 $3.00 —...
  • Page 43: Part-3 Calculator Function

    Part 3 CALCULATOR FUNCTION Mode Switch Mode Switch 1. Calculator While registering at REG mode, you can switch to Mode CAL mode and then re- turn to REG mode to re- sume the registration. Display Operation 1-1 Calculation examples ç (Miss operation) (Cancels item entered.) &...
  • Page 44 Part-3 CALCULATOR FUNCTION 1-3 Setting for calculator Mode Switch CAL X operation P3 appears in mode display Z?XX Program Code No. Select a number from list A. (To end the setting) Selections Open drawer whenever is pressed.* Open drawer whenever m is pressed.* Print No.
  • Page 45: Part-4 Useful Information

    Part 4 USEFUL INFORMATION 1. Troubleshooting 1-1 If the following things happen Symptom/Problem Most common causes Solutions Changing modes without complet- Return mode switch to where it stops buzz- 1 E01 appears on the display. ing transaction. ing and press p. Prior to starting registration of any other 2 E08 appears on the display.
  • Page 46: Specifications

    Part-4 USEFUL INFORMATION 1-3 When the L sign appears on the display About the low battery indicator... The following shows the low battery indicator.      If this indicator appears when you switch the cash register on, it can mean one of three things: ·...
  • Page 47 Apparaten skall anslutas till jordat nätuttag This mark applies in EU countries only. Manufacturer: CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. 6-2, Hon-machi 1-chome, Shibuya-ku Tokyo 151-8543, Japan Representative within the European Union: Casio Europe GmbH Casio-Platz 1, 22848 Norderstedt Germany Please keep all information for future reference.
  • Page 48 SE-S10 E CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. CR0906-A Printed in Indonesia 6-2, Hon-machi 1-chome Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8543, Japan Printed on recycled paper.