Sharp ER-A520 Knowledge Book

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ER-A
Category
SECTION 1. System Presets
Overview...................................................... ...........................................................
Prior to Beginning.......................................................................................................
System Preset Job No................................................................................................
Free Key Layout Set Up..............................................................................................
Free Key Layout Readings...........................................................................................
Allocating Memory Files...............................................................................................
Peripheral Device Overview..........................................................................................
Coin Dispenser...........................................................................................................
Scale.......................................................................................................................
Printers....................................................................................................................
Scanner...................................................................................................................
Departments.............................................................................................................
PLU/UPC..................................................................................................................
Cashiers..................................................................................................................
Function & Media Keys...............................................................................................
Machine Settings........................................................................................................
SECTION 6. COM Communication
Online.....................................................................................................................
RS232 Communications Set Up....................................................................................
SECTION 7. Electronic Funds Transfer
Overview..................................................................................................................
DataTran 162SL Configuration.....................................................................................
EFT Related Programming...........................................................................................
Overview..................................................................................................................
02FD.EXE Installation/Usage.......................................................................................
SECTION 9. SSP's .........................................................................................................................
SECTION 10. Flash ROM ...............................................................................................................
SECTION 11. Logo Downloader Utility ...............................................................................................
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A ER-A MODEL ER-A520 & ER-A530 Dealer Knowledge Book Version 4 Contents Category SECTION 1. System Presets Overview……………………………………………… ………………..………………………………… Prior to Beginning……………………………………………..……………………………….…………. System Preset Job No…………………………………………………………………………………… SECTION 2. Free Key Layouts Free Key Layout Set Up….……………………………………………………………………………… Free Key Layout Readings..……………………………………………………………..……………...
  • Page 3 This manual is intended to assist authorized Sharp dealers, with learning and understanding how to the install and provide support for the ER-A520 and ER-A530. Please read each section carefully as it will provide helpful hints and recommendations that will make your time more efficient and produce time saving results.
  • Page 5 Section-1: System Presets...
  • Page 7 System Presets Section-1: SRV Mode Programming SRV-mode programmings consist of service programming jobs, which define the ER-A520/ER- A530 system capabilities. The service program settings are printed on the Receipt / Journal printer. 1. SRV-mode Program Readings: List of SRV-mode Program Reports: SRV-Mode Related Jobs: (X = indication of availability) Job No.
  • Page 8: Prior To Beginning

    520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Section-2: Prior to Beginning The ER-A520/A530 POS terminal should be initialized by executing a master reset. The Program and Master Reset operations are available in one of the following three types: Type Description Program Reset...
  • Page 9 System Preset 2. Master Reset-1 Operations: There are two possible procedures to use when performing a Master Reset-1 operation. Follow the below procedure when you wish to perform a program-reset (initialization). Procedure A: 1) Place the mode switch to the SRV’ position. 2) Place the AC power cord into the wall outlet.
  • Page 10 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Procedure B: 1) Remove the AC power cord from the outlet. 2) Place the mode switch to the SRV position. 3) Depress and hold the [JOURNAL] & [RECEIPT] feed keys. 4) Replace the AC power cord into the wall outlet. ***The operator display will show the fixed function keys (starting with the [0] key).
  • Page 11 System Preset Procedure- B: 1) Remove the AC power cord from the outlet. 2) Place the mode switch to the SRV’ position. 3) Replace the AC power cord into the wall outlet. 4) Turn the mode switch clockwise to the SRV position (7 o’clock). Procedure- C: (based on SRV Job#926-B) 1) Remove the AC power cord from the outlet.
  • Page 12 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A 3. Recommended Set Up Procedures To minimize unnecessary steps when installing the ER-A520 and ER-A530 model cash register, please perform Job#971 (Memory Allocation), Job#900s (Service Parameters), Job#950 (Free Key), Job#951 (Keyboard Link Position) followed by “All” PGM2 settings.
  • Page 13: System Preset Job No

    System Preset Section-3: System Preset Job No. System Preset: 901 Description Data MRS Defaults A520 A530 Fixed = 0 (Not Used) Enter SUM of Selection ----^ Tax System: Auto Tax 1-4 & Manual Tax System / Canadian Tax (Type 1-10) / Canadian Tax (Type-11: 0/6/7 VAT-on-VAT) Enter SUM of Selection ----^...
  • Page 14 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A System Preset: 903 Description Data Defaults A520 A530 ECR Data Copy (SIO) All RAM data Send/Receive Baud Rate (bps): 6/5/4 38400/19200/9600 Enter SUM of Selection ----^ ---- Measure of Weight for Scale Entries Kg/Lb ---- Enter SUM of Selection ----^ Tare Weight Entry is allowed...
  • Page 15 System Preset System Preset: 905 Description Data Defaults A520 A530 Tax4 Subtotal is printed on Trans. Reports No/Yes Gross Tax4 & Refund Tax4 Totals are printed on Trans. Reports No/Yes Net Tax4 Total is printed on Trans. Reports No/Yes Enter SUM of Selection ----^ Tax is printed when the Taxable Subtotal = $0.00 Yes/No Tax is printed when GST is VAT...
  • Page 16 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A System Preset: 907 Description Data Defaults A520 A530 ---- Fixed = 0 ---- Enter SUM of Selection ----^ ---- UPC (EAN) Code Printing on Journal No/Yes UPC (EAN) Code Printing on Receipt No/Yes Enter SUM of Selection ----^ X Report is Enforced prior to Ind./All Cashier CCD Yes/No ----...
  • Page 17 System Preset System Preset: 909 Description Data Defaults A520 A530 ---- Training GT is printed on the Trans.-X Report Yes/No Training GT is printed on the Trans.-Z Report No/Yes Enter SUM of Selection ----^ PLU/UPC (EAN) Item Data is printed on the Z Report No/Yes ---- ----...
  • Page 18 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A System Preset: 911 Description Data Defaults A520 A530 ---- ---- Fractional Qty System: Ignored/Round-Up/Round-Off 2/1/0 Enter SUM of Selection ----^ C/D Check of UPC (EAN) Yes/No ---- ---- Enter SUM of Selection ----^ ---- Fixed = 0 ---- Enter SUM of Selection ----^...
  • Page 19 System Preset System Preset: 912 Description Data Defaults A520 A530 ---- ---- Date Print Format YYMMDD/DDMMYY/MMDDYY 2/1/0 Enter SUM of Selection ----^ ---- ---- Time Clock System 24-Hour System/12-Hour System Enter SUM of Selection ----^ Receipt After-Transaction Format Detailed/Totals only Copy Receipt Function is Enabled Yes/No Receipt Footer Print Control...
  • Page 20 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A System Preset: 913 Description Data Defaults A520 A530 ---- ---- VP Total Amounts Contains: Tendered Amount/Total Amount Enter SUM of Selection ----^ Subtotal is printed when the [SBTL] key is depressed Yes/No MDSE Subtotal is printed when the [MDSE] key is depressed Yes/No Escaping Compulsory VP and SLIP print is Enabled Yes/No...
  • Page 21 System Preset System Preset: 915 Description Data A520 A530 ---- ---- Fixed = 0 Enter SUM of Selection ----^ ---- Fixed = 0 ---- Enter SUM of Selection ----^ ---- SBTL (-) or SBTL (%) within the same Transaction Once/Any No. Times Enter SUM of Selection ----^ Fixed = 0 ----...
  • Page 22 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A System Preset: 917 Description Data A520 A530 Tax1 Subtotal is printed on Trans. Reports No/Yes Gross Tax1 & Refund Tax1 Totals are printed on Trans. Reports No/Yes Net Tax1 Total is printed on Trans. Reports No/Yes Enter SUM of Selection ----^ Tax2 Subtotal is printed on Trans.
  • Page 23 System Preset System Preset: 919 Description Data A520 A530 Guest Check System is Guest Look-up Compulsory/Non-compulsory PB Look-up Compulsory/Non-compulsory Manual PB-CB Compulsory/Non-compulsory Guest Check/PB Look-up code upon Reorder Compulsory/Non-compulsory (Only when 919-B =0 or 4) ---- Enter SUM of Selection ----^ Cashier No.
  • Page 24 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A System Preset: 921 Description Data A520 A530 Convert UPC-E to UPC-A Code Yes/No ---- ---- Enter SUM of Selection ----^ Fixed = 0 Bill printing method Items are printed and deleted/Items reprint each bill Tip paid is automatically executed upon Ind.
  • Page 25 System Preset System Preset: 923 Description Data Defaults A520 A530 ---- ---- (Fixed) Enter SUM of Selection ----^ (Fixed) ---- ---- Enter SUM of Selection ----^ ---- (Fixed) (Fixed) Enter SUM of Selection ----^ (Fixed) (Fixed) Enter SUM of Selection ----^ NOTE: System Preset: 924 Description...
  • Page 26 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A System Preset: 925 Description Data Defaults A520 A530 ---- Enter SUM of Selection ----^ ---- Enter SUM of Selection ----^ Enter SUM of Selection ----^ ---- Enter SUM of Selection ----^ NOTE: System Preset: 926 Description Data Defaults...
  • Page 27 System Preset System Preset: 927 Description Data Defaults A520 A530 Fixed = 0 ---- ---- Enter SUM of Selection ----^ Fixed = 0 ---- ---- Enter SUM of Selection ----^ Fixed = 0 ---- ---- Enter SUM of Selection ----^ Fixed = 0 ---- ----...
  • Page 28 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A System Preset: 929 Description Data Defaults ---- ---- KP Print format for Media Keys Detailed/Summary Enter SUM of Selection ----^ Server, Transaction resetting allowed with open Guest Checks. Yes/No ---- Enter SUM of Selection ----^ When Closed Check file is full Inhibit registration/Continue ----...
  • Page 29 System Preset Reset Report Counters – Z1/Z2 930: Z1 General Report Counter 931: Hourly Z1 Report Counter 934: PLU Z1 Report Counter 935: Cashier Z1 Report Counter 936: GLU/PBLU Z1 Report Counter 937: Z2 General Report Counter 939: Daily Net Z2 Report Counter 942: GT2 (Positive GT) 943: GT3 (Negative GT) 969: Training GT...
  • Page 30 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A PGM-2 Mode Secret Code Programming MRS = 0000 Server/Cashier Training Programming XX: Cashier/Server Code MRS = 00 Training Mode Title Programming MRS = **TRAINING** Page 24 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 31 System Preset Euro Symbol Programming X: 0 = “spaces” 1 = Euro Symbol MRS = 0 (spaces) Domestic Currency Symbol MRS = **$** Note: The characters are entered using the programming key layout or by entering the numeric codes shown on page 20. This symbol is printed with positive amounts of domestic currency and will be printed to the left-side of the amount.
  • Page 32 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Language Setting For Text X: 0 = English Text 1 = French Text 2 = Spanish Text MRS = 0 (English) Note: The following text is changed upon the setting above: FUNCTION text CASHIER text MESSAGE text (e.g.
  • Page 33 System Preset System Preset Reading – SRV Mode 1. Procedures: 1) Place the SRV key to the SRV-Mode position 2) Enter the following sequence: CASH 2. Print Out: Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 27 of 266...
  • Page 35: Section 2. Free Key Layouts

    Section-2: Free Key Layouts...
  • Page 37 MRS default keyboard in order to continue. Note: Only the keyboard layout is affected; PGM2 Mode data are retained. Function Key Layout XXX: 1-82 (ER-A520) : 1-151 (ER-A530) : 999 (for inhibiting a key location) MRS = Standard “out of box” key layout Note: The Key No.
  • Page 38 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Function Key Reference Chart 1. ER-A520 Note: shaded keys are fixed and cannot be assigned to Key Functions. 2. ER-A530 Note: shaded keys are fixed and cannot be assigned to Key Functions. Page 32 of 266...
  • Page 39: Free Key Layout Readings

    Free Key Layouts Free Key Layout Reading – SRV Mode 2. Procedures: 1) Place the SRV key to the SRV-Mode position 2) Enter the following sequence: CASH Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 33 of 266...
  • Page 40 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A 3. Keyboard Key Positions: Physical Key Location Number 1) Example from the ER-A520 Key No. Layout: Note: All keys except the receipt paper feed and journal paper feed keys can be re-positioned. 2) Example from the ER-A530 Key No. Layout: Note: All keys except the receipt paper feed and journal paper feed keys can be re-positioned.
  • Page 41 Free Key Layouts 4. Reference Free Keys to Keyboard: 1) Example from the ER-A520 default Key Layout: Receipt Journal CASH PLU/ PLU/ PRICE PRICE AUTO CHANGE CHANGE SHIFT SLIP RCPT PBLU @/FOR AUTO TEND CONV FINAL MDSE SBTL SHIFT SBTL...
  • Page 42 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A 2) Example from the ER-A530 Default Key Layout: RCPT JRNL AUTO RCPT AUTO AUTO VOID SEND SERV RFND PLU/ CONV @/FOR PBAL SRVC FINAL MDSE SBTL SBTL CA/AT PLU NO. EX. PLU1 KEY NO. FREE FUNCTION KEY Page 36 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 43 Free Key Layouts Key Location No. Reading 1. Procedure: 1) Place the SRV key to the SRV-Mode position 2) Enter the following sequence: CASH 2. Print Out: Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 37 of 266...
  • Page 44 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Function Key ListKey FUNCTION KEY TEXT (8 Char.) FUNCTION KEY TEXT (8 Char.) 0 KEY K E Y REFUND R F N D 1 KEY K E Y RETURN R E T U R N 2 KEY K E Y 3 KEY...
  • Page 45 Free Key Layouts FUNCTION KEY TEXT (8 Char.) CURRENCY CONVERSION4 CONV4 GLU/PBLU/PB PBAL/PB NEW CHECK/PB N. C. /CB SERVICE SRVC FINAL FINAL DEPOSIT DEPO DEPOSIT REFUND DEP. RF FS TEND FSTEND RECEIVED ON ACCOUNT RECEIVED ON ACCOUNT2 RA 2 PAID OUT PAID OUT2 PO 2 SERVER NUMBER...
  • Page 47: Section 3. File Allocation

    Section-3: File Allocation...
  • Page 49: File Allocation

    File Allocation Memory Allocation (Type 0,1) YYYYY CA/AT @/FOR @/FOR ZZZZZ @/FOR (Type 2) Procedure: Enter the SRV-mode as previously outlined. Enter 971 [ . ] Depress [@/FOR] key. Enter the File Group number you want to allocate. Depress [@/FOR] key. Enter the value for the File Group.
  • Page 50 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Group FILE NAME TYPE File table No. (Create, Change the number of records or Erase/Change the number of records or Erase) DYNAMIC UPC X/Z PICK UP Link PLU Set PLU Condiment table 53, 79 Mix&Match Table 54, 55 SERVER...
  • Page 51 File Allocation FILE TABLE Note: This table can be used to calculate the memory allocation size. Its information is not printed on FILE READING REPORT. RECORD BLOCK File Label NAME Data Size (MRS Size (MRS) (MAX) DEPT PRESET PRICE TEXT (8 chara) TEXT (16 chara) CVM CHARACTER DAILY...
  • Page 52 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A RECORD BLOCK File Label NAME Data Size (MRS Size (MRS) (MAX) TERM (Price1) ***** (28) WASTE DAILY (Price1) ***** (28) WASTE TERM (Price1) ***** (28) DAILY (Price1-6) ***** (28) TERM (Price1-6) ***** (28) WASTE DAILY (Price1-6) ***** (28) WASTE TERM (Price1-6)
  • Page 53 File Allocation RECORD BLOCK File Label NAME Data Size (MRS Size (MRS) (MAX) OVERLAPPED (59) GLU/PBLU BUFFER OVERLAPPED (59) MIX&MATCH BUFFER FUNCTION TEXT (#1): Same as the number of record of table no. (#2): Same as the number of block of table no. Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 47 of 266...
  • Page 54 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A N O T E S Page 48 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 55 Section-4: PERIPHERALS...
  • Page 57: Section 4. Peripherals

    PERIPHERALS Overview – Cable & Communications Specifications RS-232 connections are simple, universal and a supported data interface for the ER-A520 and ER-A530 model ECRs. The standards for communications of 256kbps or less and line lengths of 15m (50 ft) or less will depend on the length and quality of the cable.
  • Page 58 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A 3. ECR Pin Outs: The DB-9 of the ER-A520 and ER-A530 follows EIA computer specifications for its pin outs as shown below: 4. Belden Cable Chart: The chart below is the specs for a Belden cable that can be used for communications.
  • Page 59: Coin Dispenser

    PERIPHERALS Section – 1: Coin Dispenser The following table shows the related PGM-Mode Job#s available for the ER-A520 and ER-A530 model ECRs when the Coin Dispenser is connected. Scale Mode Job# Description 2690 Channel Assignment PGM-Mode 2510 Cashier Drawer Assignment...
  • Page 60 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A 1. Cabling Pin Outs: ER-A520/A530 TeleQuip Coin UP-3301 D-SUB 9 (Female) D-SUB 9 (Female) 2. Data Transmission: 7 bits ASCII code One Start bit Even Parity One Stop bit Baud Rate: 9600 bps (fixed) 3.
  • Page 61 PERIPHERALS RS-232C Channel Assignment ER-A520/530 is equipped with two RS-232C interfaces. If you use the communication functions, the channel number of each RS-232C interface must be programmed by using the following procedure. Key Sequence: To assign channel number to the peripherals, please follow the sequence below:...
  • Page 62 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A X = 2 Item Description Selection Entry Channel number for the Not connected barcode reader Standard channel 1 Standard channel 2 Channel number the Not connected remote printer 1 Standard channel 1 Standard channel 2 Channel number for the Not connected remote printer 2...
  • Page 63 7. Depress [SBTL] key 8. Depress the [CA/AT] key Channel Assignment for COIN DISPENSER: Quick Steps – Coin Dispenser To quickly setup the ER-A520/ER-A530 to interface with a coin dispenser, please refer to the outlined procedures below: Description Comments/Procedure Step–1 Connect the Coin Dispenser CH–1 or CH–2...
  • Page 64: Scale

    520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Section–2: Scale The following table shows the related SRV and PGM-Mode Job#s available for the ER-A520 and ER-A530 model ECRs when the Scale is connected. Scale Mode Job# Description 903–B Symbol of Scale Entry 903–C...
  • Page 65 PERIPHERALS 1, Cabling Pin Outs: Avery/NCI/Weightronix ER-A520/A530 UP-3301 D-SUB 9 (Female) D-SUB 9 (Female) D-SUB 9 (Female) 2. Data Transmission: Bits ASCII Code Even Parity One Stop Bit Baud Rate: 9600 bps (fixed) 3. Protocol: (ECR) (Scale) COMMAND RESPONSE <Command>...
  • Page 66 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A RS-232C Channel Assignment Key Sequence: To assign channel number to the peripherals, please follow the sequence below: ABCD @/FOR SBTL CA/AT @/FOR 2690 To program any function no. X = 1 Item Description Selection Entry Channel number for on- Not connected...
  • Page 67 PERIPHERALS X = 2 Item Description Selection Entry Channel number for the Not connected barcode reader Standard channel 1 Standard channel 2 Channel number the Not connected remote printer 1 Standard channel 1 Standard channel 2 Channel number for the Not connected remote printer 2 Standard channel 1...
  • Page 68 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Procedure: Enter the PGM2-Mode as previously outlined 1. Enter 2690 2. Depress [ ] key 3. Depress [@/FOR] key 4. Enter 1 5. Depress [@/FOR] key 6. Enter assigned channel numbers ( 4 digits) 7.
  • Page 69 PERIPHERALS Quick Steps – Scale To quickly setup the ER-A520/ER-A530 to interface with a Scale, please refer to the outlined procedures below: Description Comments/Procedure Step–1 Connect the Scale CH–1 or CH–2 x030 [CA/AT] Step–2 SRV Job#903-B, C, D (For 3 Decimal Places) or...
  • Page 70 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Section–3: Slip Printer The following table shows the related SRV and PGM-Mode Job#s available for the ER-A520 and ER-A530 ECRs when the Slip Printer is connected. Slip Printer Mode Job# Description 913–B Escape Compulsory SLIP & Validation...
  • Page 71 PERIPHERALS Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 65 of 266...
  • Page 72 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A 1. Cabling Pin Outs: SLIP PRINTER 9-Pin D–Sub 25-Pin D–Sub 2. Data Transmission: 8 Bits ASCII Code No Start Bit Non Parity 1 Stop Bit Baud Rate: 9600 bps (fixed) *Handshaking: DTR/DSR Control Page 66 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 73 PERIPHERALS TM-U295 Switch–1Settings: ROM Version 1.08 Switch Contents Setting SW1-1 Data Receive Buffer Ignored Prints “?” SW1-2 Receive Buffer Capacity 35 bytes 512 Kbytes SW1-3 Handshaking XON/XOFF DTR/DSR SW1-4 Data Word length 7 bits 8 bits SW1-5 Parity Check With Parity Without Parity SW1-6 Parity selection...
  • Page 74 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A RS-232C Channel Assignment Key Sequence: To assign channel number to the peripherals, please follow the sequence below: ABCD @/FOR SBTL CA/AT @/FOR 2690 To program any function no. X = 1 Item Description Selection Entry Channel number for on- Not connected...
  • Page 75 PERIPHERALS X = 2 Item Description Selection Entry Channel number for the Not connected barcode reader Standard channel 1 Standard channel 2 Channel number the Not connected remote printer 1 Standard channel 1 Standard channel 2 Channel number for the Not connected remote printer 2 Standard channel 1...
  • Page 76 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Procedure: Enter the PGM2-Mode as previously outlined 1. Enter 2690 2. Depress [ ] key 3. Depress [@/FOR] key 4. Enter 3 5. Depress [@/FOR] key 6. Enter assigned channel numbers ( 4 digits) 7.
  • Page 77 PERIPHERALS Quick Steps – Slip Printer To quickly setup the ER-A520/ER-A530 to interface with an Epson TM-U295 Slip Printer, please refer to the outlined procedures below: Description Comments/Procedures Step–1 Connect the Slip Printer CH–1 or CH–2 x1xx [CA/AT] Step–2 SRV Job#913-B...
  • Page 78 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Section–4: Remote Kitchen Printer The following table shows the related SRV and PGM-Mode Job#s available for the ER-A520 and ER-A530 ECRs when a Remote Printer is connected. Remote Kitchen Printer Mode Job# Description 918–A Output of Set PLU to KP 918–B...
  • Page 79 PERIPHERALS 1. Cabling Pin Outs: EPSON PRINTER 9-Pin D–Sub 25-Pin D–Sub 2. Data Transmission: 8 Bits ASCII Code No Start Bit Non Parity 1 Stop Bit Baud Rate: 9600 bps (fixed) *Handshaking: DTR/DSR Control Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 73 of 266...
  • Page 80 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Page 74 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 81 PERIPHERALS Kitchen Printer Programming - 2692 X: KP No. KP2/KP1 = 2/1 A: Logo Text Print Yes/No = 1/0 B: Auto Cut Yes/No = 1/0 C: Type of Printer TM-T88III+Logo/TM-T88III/TM-U230/TM-U220 = 3/2/1/0 Back Up Kitchen Printer Programming - 3653 X: KP No. KP2/KP1 = 2/1 Y: 2...
  • Page 82 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Kitchen Printer Name Programming - 3654 X: KP No. KP2/KP1 = 2/1 KP Name: Maximum 12 Characters Characters can be entered by using the character keys or by character code entry. The key sequence for entering character codes is as follows: [00] key XXX: Character Code (3 digits) MRS = Spaces...
  • Page 83 PERIPHERALS Kitchen Printer Print Format Programming - 3655 X: KP No. KP2/KP1 = 2/1 A: Taxable Status Print Yes/No =1/0 B: Qty Print when Qty is “1” Yes/No =1/0 C: Dept /PLU/UPC (EAN) Code Print Yes/No =1/0 D: Unit Price Print Yes/No =1/0 E: Total Amount Print...
  • Page 84 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Chit Receipt Format Programming - 3656 A: Taxable Status Print Yes/No =1/0 B: Qty Print when Qty is “1” Yes/No =1/0 C: Dept /PLU/UPC (EAN) Code Print Yes/No =1/0 D: Unit Price Print Yes/No =1/0 E: Total Amount Print Yes/No...
  • Page 85 PERIPHERALS RS-232C Channel Assignment Key Sequence: To assign channel number to the peripherals, please follow the sequence below: ABCD @/FOR SBTL CA/AT @/FOR 2690 To program any function no. X = 1 Item Description Selection Entry Channel number for on- Not connected line communication Standard channel 1...
  • Page 86 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A X = 2 Item Description Selection Entry Channel number for the Not connected barcode reader Standard channel 1 Standard channel 2 Channel number the Not connected remote printer 1 Standard channel 1 Standard channel 2 Channel number for the Not connected remote printer 2...
  • Page 87 PERIPHERALS Procedure: Enter the PGM2-Mode as previously outlined 1. Enter 2690 2. Depress [ ] key 3. Depress [@/FOR] key 4. Enter 2 5. Depress [@/FOR] key 6. Enter assigned channel numbers ( 4 digits) 7. Depress [SBTL] key 8. Depress the [CA/AT] key Channel Assignment for KP: @/FOR 010 0 0 (KP#1)
  • Page 88 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Quick Steps – Remote Kitchen Printer To quickly setup the ER-A520/ER-A530 to interface with a Remote Kitchen Printer, please refer to the outlined procedures below: Description Comments/Procedures Step–1 Connect the Remote Printers KP#1 on CH–1 or KP#2 on CH–2 Step–2...
  • Page 89 PERIPHERALS 3655 ABCDE [SBTL] [CA/AT X: KP No. KP2/KP1 = 2/1 A: Taxable Status Print Yes/No = 1/0 B: Qty Print when Oty is 1 Yes/No = 1/0 C: Dept/PLU/UPC(EAN) Code Print Yes/No = 1/0 D: Unit Price Print Yes/No = 1/0 E: Total Amount Print Yes/No...
  • Page 90 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Overview: Scanner (Barcode Reader) The new ER-A520 and ER-A530 model ECRs are capable of scanning the following UPC (EAN) codes. 1) UPC (EAN) Available Codes: UPC-A (Number System Character 0,2,3,4,5) “ “ “ “...
  • Page 91 PERIPHERALS EAN8 Ordinary EAN-8 Codes 40 123 12 7 AB CDE FG H AB: Nation Code CDE: Maker Code FG: Item Code H: Check Digit “ “ “ “ ‘ *Nation Code “Maker Code ‘Item Code Internal encoding using the EAN-8 Code (2x Code) “...
  • Page 92: Scanner

    520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Section–5: Scanner (Barcode Reader) The following table shows the related SRV and PGM-Mode Job#s available for the ER-A520 and ER-A530 ECRs when the Scanner is connected. Scanner (Barcode Reader) Mode Job# Description 906-A Stock Counter Availability Function...
  • Page 93 PERIPHERALS 1. Cabling Pin Outs: MS6720 Scanner Sharp Register DB9 Female DB9 Male PGM2 Mode Related Programming - 2691 W: Data Bit 7bits / 8bits =1/0 X: Parity Bit Non / Odd / Even =2/1/0 Y: Stop Bit 1bit / 2bits...
  • Page 94 ERA520 Note: The RS-232 cable must be labeled 53601A for the MS7120, MS9520 and MS9540 to work with the ER-A520 and ER-A530 ECRs. This cable MUST be specifically ordered with the scanner from your local distributor. Page 88 of 266...
  • Page 95 PERIPHERALS Metrologic MS6720 Scanner - Programming Requirements: Scan the following in order from top to bottom. DISABLE LINE FEED ENTER PROGRAM MODE RECALL DEFAULTS 4800 BAUD RATE PARITY = ODD ENABLE STX PREFIX ENABLE RTS/CTS ENABLE UPC PREFIX Unplug the scanner power supply. Then re - connect (power 0ff/on);...
  • Page 96 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Metrologic MS7120 Scanner - Programming Requirements: Scan the following in order from top to bottom. Note: if you are having trouble scanning the bar codes, please refer to your Metrologic manual. Page 90 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 97 PERIPHERALS Your scanner is now ready for use. You will have to program the items you will be scanning into the register. Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 91 of 266...
  • Page 98 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Metrologic MS9540 Scanner - Programming Requirements: Scan the following in order from top to bottom. Your scanner is now ready for use. You will have to program the items you will be scanning into the register. Page 92 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 99 PERIPHERALS RS-232C Channel Assignment Key Sequence: To assign channel number to the peripherals, please follow the sequence below: ABCD @/FOR SBTL CA/AT @/FOR 2690 To program any function no. X = 1 Item Description Selection Entry Channel number for on- Not connected line communication Standard channel 1...
  • Page 100 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A X = 2 Item Description Selection Entry Channel number for the Not connected barcode reader Standard channel 1 Standard channel 2 Channel number the Not connected remote printer 1 Standard channel 1 Standard channel 2 Channel number for the Not connected remote printer 2...
  • Page 101 PERIPHERALS Procedure: Enter the PGM2-Mode as previously outlined 1. Enter 2690 2. Depress [ ] key 3. Depress [@/FOR] key 4. Enter 2 5. Depress [@/FOR] key 6. Enter assigned channel numbers ( 4 digits) 7. Depress [SBTL] key 8. Depress the [CA/AT] key Channel Assignment for Scanner: Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 95 of 266...
  • Page 102 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Quick Steps – Scanner (Barcode Reader) To quickly setup the ER-A520/ER-A530 to interface with a Scanner, please refer to the outlined procedures below: Description Comments/Procedure Step–1 Connect the Scanner CH–1 or CH–2 0xxx [CA/AT] Allow Stock Function Unconditionally Step–2...
  • Page 103: Section 5. Pgm2 Mode Programming

    Section-5: PGM Mode Programming...
  • Page 105: Departments

    Departments Overview The ER-A520 and ER-A530 generally consists of two types of programming that are managed by the mode key. 1. PGM2-Mode Programming: PGM Jobs that are 2xxx 2. PGM1-Mode Programming: PGM Jobs that are 1xxx Note: PGM1-Jobs (1xxx) may be performed in the PGM1 or PGM2 Mode, where the PGM-2 Jobs (2xxx) may only be performed in PGM2 Mode.
  • Page 106 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Overview The following table shows the PGM-Mode department programming jobs codes available on the ER-A520 and ER-A530 model ECRs. PGM Job# Description Departments 1110 Department Unit Price Setting 2110 Department Type and Functions 2111 Dept.
  • Page 107 Departments Department Price - 1110 Dept. Code 01-99 Unit Price (0-9999.99) MRS = 0 Note: If a price is entered for a department, which has, been previously set as “Inhibited” or “Open” in PGM Job #2110, then the type is changed as follows: “Inhibited” ”Preset”...
  • Page 108 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Department Type - 2110 : Dept Code 01-99 ABCDEF : See Below A: Item Validation: Compulsory/Not B: Tare Table No. Assignment: 1-9/0 C: Scale Entry: Compulsory/Enable/Inhibit 2/1/0 D: SIF/SICS/Normal: 2/1/0 E: Bottle Return/Hash/Normal 2/1/0 F: Amount Entry Type Open&Preset/Preset/Open/Inhibit 3/2/1/0...
  • Page 109 Departments Department Status - 2111 : Dept Code 01-99 ABCDEF : See Below A: Sign: B: Food Stamp Eligible: Yes/No C: Taxable 4: Yes/No D: Taxable 3: Yes/No E: Taxable 2: Yes/No F: Taxable 1: Yes/No MRS = 000001 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 103 of 266...
  • Page 110 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Department HALO - 2112 : Dept Code 01-99 : See Below A: Mantissa (0-9) B: Exponent (0-7) Notes: Items A and B indicate A x 10B. (Example: 17 = 10000000 or allows an entry up to 999999) Any amount below that value will enable within 99999999.
  • Page 111 Departments Department Text - 2114 : Dept Code 01-99 Characters : Max. 16 (Character length is determined by file group 2 or 3.) Characters can be entered by using the character keys or by character code entry. The key sequence for entering character codes is as follows: [00] Key XXX: Character Codes (3 Digits) MRS = DPT.XX...
  • Page 112 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Department Commission Group - 2115 : Dept Code 01-99 : Group No. (0 –9) MRS = 0 Page 106 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 113 Departments Department Group - 2116 : Dept Code 01-99 : See Below A: Dept. Group No. (0-9) MRS = 0 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 107 of 266...
  • Page 114 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Department Print Station Programming - 2118 XX: Department Code (01 to Maximum Number of Department Allocated) A: KP1 Print Yes/No =1/0 B: KP2 Print Yes/No =1/0 C: Chit Receipt Print Yes/No =1/0 MRS = 000 Page 108 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 115 Departments Department Direct Key Assignment - 2119 : Key No. : Dept. Code 01-99 MRS = Default Key Layout Note: The Key No. which has been previously programmed in SRV Job#951 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 109 of 266...
  • Page 116 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Department Age Limitation - 2180 : Dept. Code 01-99 : See Below MRS = 00 Notes: The age is calculated in years against the date setting of the ECR. The [BIRTHDAY] key (#105) must be preset in SRV Job#950 Page 110 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 117: Plu/Upc

    Price Look Up (PLU)/UPC Overview The following table shows the PGM-Mode PLU/UPC programming job codes available on the ER- A520 and ER-A530 model ECRs. PGM Job# Description 1200 PLU/UPC (EAN) Code Set Up Programming 1210 PLU/UPC (EAN) Unit Price Setting 1211 PLU/UPC (EAN) Base Qty Setting 1220...
  • Page 118 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A PLU/UPC (EAN) Code Programming Procedures XXXX : Job Code YYYYYY : PLU Code = 1 to 99999 Scanning : UPC (EAN) Code = 13 Digits (EAN13, EAN8, UPC-A and UPC-E Types) Note: Number of PLU/UPCs are determined by File Group 8. Codes that are 5 digits or less are acknowledge as PLU’s (Price Look Up) Codes that are 6 digits or more are acknowledged as UPC (EAN) codes.
  • Page 119 Price Look Up (PLU)/UPC PLU Set Up - 1200 XXXXXX : PLU Code 01-999999 : Dept. Code 0-99 MRS = 01 (PLU Codes 000001 – 000020 Only) Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 113 of 266...
  • Page 120 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A PLU Unit Price - 1210 * In case the price shift function is allowed, the register prompts to enter a unit price for the following level by displaying “P2” thru “P6” on the display, and when a unit price of level 6 is entered, the register goes to the status for programming the following PLU/UPC.
  • Page 121 Price Look Up (PLU)/UPC PLU Base Qty - 1211 XXXXXX : PLU Code 01-999999 : See Below ZZ: Base Qty (00-99) 00 = No Limitation MRS = 00 Notes: If the PLU record is not in the PLU file during this programming, it will be created automatically upon entering a Base Qty.
  • Page 122 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A PLU Stock (ADD) - 1220 XXXXXX : PLU Code 1-999999 YYYYYY : Stock Value (0-999999) MRS = 000000 Notes: The value entered is “added” to the existing Stock counter. PLU/UPC Stock Function is preset in SRV 971 File Group 13. Page 116 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 123 Price Look Up (PLU)/UPC PLU Stock (Subtract) - 1221 XXXXXX : PLU Code 1-999999 YYYYYY : Stock Value (0-999999) MRS = 00 Notes: The value entered is “subtracted” from the existing Stock counter. PLU/UPC Stock Function is preset in SRV 971 File Group 13. Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 117 of 266...
  • Page 124 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A PLU Stock (Overwrite) - 1222 XXXXXX : PLU Code 1-999999 YYYYYY : Stock Value (0-999999) MRS = 000000 Notes: The value entered “over writes” the existing Stock counter. PLU/UPC Stock Function is preset in SRV 971 File Group 13. Page 118 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 125 Price Look Up (PLU)/UPC PLU Function - 2210 XXXXXX : PLU Code 1-999999 : See Below A: Tare Table No. Assignment: 9 to 1/0 B: Scale Entry: Compulsory/Enabled/Inhibit 2/1/0 C: Amount Entry Type: Open & Preset/Preset/Open/Inhibit 3/2/1/0 MRS = 002 Note: If the PLU record is not in the PLU file during this programming, it will be created automatically upon entry.
  • Page 126 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A PLU Status - 2211 XXXXXX : PLU Code 1-999999 ABCDEF : See Below A: Sign: B: Food Stamp Eligible Yes/No C: Taxable 4 Yes/No D: Taxable 3 Yes/No E: Taxable 2 Yes/No F: Taxable 1 Yes/No MRS = 000000 Note:...
  • Page 127 Price Look Up (PLU)/UPC PLU Text - 2214 XXXXXX : PLU Code 1-999999 Characters : Max. 16 (Character length is determined by File Group 7/8/10/11.) Characters can be entered by using the character keys or by character code entry. The key sequence for entering character codes is as follows: [00] key XXX: Character Code (3 digits)
  • Page 128 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A PLU Commission Group - 2215 XXXXXX : PLU Code 1-999999 : Group No. (0-9) MRS = 0 Note: If the PLU record is not in the PLU file during this programming, it will be created automatically upon entry.
  • Page 129 Price Look Up (PLU)/UPC PLU Mix & Match - 2217 XXXXXX : PLU Code 1-999999 : Mix & Match Table Number MRS = 00 Note: If the PLU record is not in the PLU file during this programming, it will be created automatically upon entry.
  • Page 130 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A PLU/UPC (EAN) Print Station Programming - 2218 XXXXX: PLU Code = 5 Digits (1 to 99999) UPC Code = 13 Digits (EAN13, EAN8, UPC-A, UPC-E) A: KP1 Print Yes/No =1/0 B: KP2 Print Yes/No =1/0 C: Chit Receipt Print Yes/No...
  • Page 131 Price Look Up (PLU)/UPC PLU Direct Key Assignment - 2219 You can assign PLU codes to fixed keys in each PLU level and use those keys as direct PLU key. For assigning a PLU level, press the [L1], [L2], [L3], [L4], or [L5] key or enter level number and press the [LEVEL#] key.
  • Page 132 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Link PLU - 2220 XXXXXX : Parent Code 1-999999 YYYYYY : Linked Code 1-999999 MRS = 0 Note: The parent code must be programmed prior to initiating this program job. (*): Pressing the [SBTL] key without entering “YYYYYY” will delete the previous settings. Link PLU function is preset in SRV 971, File Group 27.
  • Page 133 Price Look Up (PLU)/UPC Set PLU - 2221 XXXXXX : Parent Code 1-999999 YYYYYY : Tied Code 1-999999 MRS = 0 Note: The parent code must be programmed prior to initiating this program job. (*): Pressing the [SBTL] key without entering “YYYYYY” will delete the previous settings. Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 127 of 266...
  • Page 134 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Mix & Match Table - 2225 : Table No. 1 – 10 : Matching Count 1 – 99 YYYYYY : Adjustment Amount 1-999999 MRS = Nothing Mix & Match function is preset in SRV 971, File Group 30. Page 128 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 135 Price Look Up (PLU)/UPC PLU Age Limitation - 2280 XXXXXX : Parent Code 1-999999 : See Below YY: Age (00 – 99) 00 = No Limitation MRS = 00 Notes: The age is calculated in years against the date setting of the ECR. The [BIRTHDAY] key (#105) must be preset in SRV Job#950 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 129 of 266...
  • Page 136: Plu Range

    PLU Range Overview The following table shows the PGM-Mode PLU Range programming job codes available on the ER-A520 and ER-A530 model ECRs. PGM Job# Description PLU Range 2230 PLU Code Set Up Programming 2231 PLU Function Programming 2332 PLU Status Programming – Tax, Food Stamps, Sign...
  • Page 137 PLU Range Range PLU Set Up - 2230 XXXXXX : Starting PLU Code 1-999999 YYYYYY : Ending PLU Code 1-999999 : Dept. Code 1 –99 Note: The Dept. code must be established in programming prior to this programming. Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 131 of 266...
  • Page 138 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Range PLU Functions - 2231 XXXXXX : Starting PLU Code 1-999999 YYYYYY : Ending PLU Code 1-999999 A: Tare Table No. Assignment 1-9 /0 B: Scale Entry: Compulsory/Enabled/Inhibit 2/1/0 C: Amount Entry Type: Open & Preset/Preset/Open/Inhibit 3/2/1/0 Page 132 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 139 PLU Range Range PLU Status - 2232 XXXXXX : Starting PLU Code 1-999999 YYYYYY : Ending PLU Code 1-999999 ABCDEF A: Sign B: Food Stamp Eligible Yes/No C: Taxable 4 Yes/No D: Taxable 3 Yes/No E: Taxable 2 Yes/No F: Taxable 1 Yes/No Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 133 of 266...
  • Page 140 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Range PLU Commission Group - 2235 XXXXXX : Starting PLU Code 1-999999 YYYYYY : Ending PLU Code 1-999999 : Group No. (0 – 9) Page 134 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 141 PLU Range Range PLU Age Limitation Group - 2236 XXXXXX : Starting PLU Code 1-999999 YYYYYY : Ending PLU Code 1-999999 : Age (00-99) 00 = No Limitation Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 135 of 266...
  • Page 142 -A520/A530 Dealer Knowledge Book Overview The following table shows the PGM-Mode Cashiers/Servers programming job codes available on the ER-A520 and ER-A530 model ECRs. Description PGM Job# Cashier Code Setting 1400 Cashier Text Programming 1414 Cashier Drawer Assignment 2410 Page 136 of 266...
  • Page 143: Cashiers

    Cashiers Cashier Code - 1400 MRS = Same as the Cashier No. Example: Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 137 of 266...
  • Page 144 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Server/Cashier Name - 1414 You can program a maximum of 8 characters (server/cashier name) for each server/cashier. The server/cashier code must be programmed for the server/cashier using job #1400 prior to assigning text. Characters can be entered by using the character keys or by character code entry. MRS = Spaces Example: Page 138 of 266...
  • Page 145 Cashiers Cashier Drawer Assignment Code - 2410 * Item Selection Entry Non-compulsory GLU/PBLU/Manual PB/CB entry Compulsory Use no drawer Drawer no. Set the drawer no. 1 or 2 1 or 2 MRS = 1 Note: A Drawer assignment of “1” or “2” is required when a Coin Dispenser is connected. The server/cashier code must be programmed for the server/cashier using job #1400 prior to programming this job.
  • Page 146 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A GLU/PBLU Code Range Assignment - 2411 Note: The server/cashier code must be programmed by job #1400 prior to programming this job. Example: Page 140 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 147 Function & Media Keys Overview The following table shows the PGM-Mode Function Keys programming job codes available on the ER-A520 and ER-A530 model ECRs. PGM Job# Description Function Keys 1310 Percent Rate Setting – (-), %, Conv., Commission 2311 (-), % Status Programming – Tax, Food Stamp, Sign 2312 Function Key HALO Setting –...
  • Page 148 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Rate Programming - 1310 MRS = 0 Example: Note: You must use the decimal point key when setting percentage rates and/or prices. When amount entry is selected for tip-in entry on programming job #2616, you cannot program function number 141.
  • Page 149 Function & Media Keys Misc Function Status - 2311 MRS = 100000 Note: Tax 4 is prohibited if you use the food stamp function. Example: Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 143 of 266...
  • Page 150 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Misc Function HALO - 2312 Example: Page 144 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 151 Function & Media Keys Misc Media HALO - 2322 You can program the upper limit amounts for check cashing, check change, and cash in drawer. MRS = 18 for each Media Key Example: Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 145 of 266...
  • Page 152 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Misc % HALO - 2313 MRS = 0.00 Note: The decimal point key is needed only for fractional entry. Example: Page 146 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 153 Function & Media Keys Misc. Media Text - 2314 : Function No. (See Below) Characters : Max. 8 Characters can be entered by using the character keys or by character code entry. The key sequence for entering character codes is as follows: [00] key XXX: Character Code (3 digits) MRS = See Below...
  • Page 154 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Function Default Function Default Key or Function Key or Function Programming Programming Tax 1 Total of refund entries RFD TAX1 Service SERVICE Net tax 1 total TAX1 Deposit DEPOSIT Exempt tax 1 TAX EXPT Deposit refund DPST RF Net taxable 2 subtotal...
  • Page 155: Function & Media Keys

    Function & Media Keys Function Default Function Default Key or Function Key or Function Programming Programming Refund charge 9 CHARGE9- Commission sale 9 COM.SAL9 Check 1 CHECK1 Non commission sale NON COM. Check 2 CHECK2 Commission amount 1 COM.AMT1 Check 3 CHECK3 Commission amount 2 COM.AMT2...
  • Page 156 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Function Default Function Default Key or Function Key or Function Programming Programming Tax report title Gas sales subtotal (for charge 5) GAS15 ST Non-add code text Gas sales subtotal (for charge 6) GAS16 ST GLU/PBLU code text TBL # Gas sales subtotal (for charge 7)
  • Page 157 Function & Media Keys Media Functions - 2320 MRS = 000000000000000 Note: Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 151 of 266...
  • Page 158 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Example: Page 152 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 159 Function & Media Keys Media Function HALO - 2321 : Function No. (See Below) YYYYYYYYY : Limitation Amount MRS = Limitation Amount Function Entry Range MRS Default CA/CHK 0 to 999999999 999999999 CHK CHANGE 0 to 99999999 99999999 CID (SENTINEL) 0 to 99999999 99999999 Note:...
  • Page 160 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Media Function Tax Deletion - 2326 MRS = 0000 Example: Page 154 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 161 Function & Media Keys Media Key Print Station Programming - 2328 MRS = 000 Example: Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 155 of 266...
  • Page 162 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Currency Text - 2334 Characters can be entered by using the character keys or by character code entry. The key sequence for entering character codes is as follows: [00] key XXX: Character Code (3 digits) MRS = Spaces Function Range...
  • Page 163: Machine Settings

    Machine Settings Overview The following table shows the available PGM-Mode machine settings programming jobs on the ER-A520 and ER-A530 model ECRs. PGM Job# Description Miscellaneous Machine Setting 2610 Date Setting 2611 Time Setting 2612 Machine Number Setting 2613 Consecutive Number Setting...
  • Page 164 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Date Setting - 2610 MM/DD/YYYY XXXXXXXX : YYYYMMDD, DDMMYYYY or MMDDYYYY (YYYY: 2000 – 2099) (MM: 01-12) (DD: 01-31) MRS = 01/01/2000 (MM/DD/YYYY) Note: The date format will conform to the setting used in SRV Job #912-A. Time Setting - 2611 : Hour (00 –23) : Minutes (00 –...
  • Page 165 Machine Settings Machine Number - 2612 XXXXXX : Machine No. MRS = 000000 Consecutive Number - 2613 XXXX : Consecutive No. MRS = 000000 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 159 of 266...
  • Page 166 Characters can be entered by using the character keys or by character code entry. The key sequence for entering character codes is as follows: [00] key XXX: Character Code (3 digits) MRS = See Below (ER-A520) (ER-A530) SHARP SHARP PRESENTS THE...
  • Page 167 Machine Settings Character Key Codes for Text Printing Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 161 of 266...
  • Page 168 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Validation Limitation Settings - 2615 MRS = 009910 Note: The validation setting will conform to the setting preset in SRV Job #913-A. Example: Page 162 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 169 Machine Settings Optional Feature Programming - 2616 : OP X/Z Report Disable/Enable : PO Operation in REG-Mode Disable/Enable : Refund Type Sale Function in REG-Mode Disable/Enable : Refund Entry in REG-Mode Disable/Enable : Direct Void in REG-Mode Disable/Enable : Indirect Void in REG-Mode Disable/Enable : Subtotal Void in REG-Mode Disable/Enable...
  • Page 170 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A : Not Used : Not Used : Zero Sales – Skip print for Cashier Report No/Yes : Zero Sales – Skip print for Trans Report No/Yes : Zero Sales – Skip print for Dept Report No/Yes : Zero Sales –...
  • Page 171 Machine Settings : (Not Used) : (Not Used) : (Not Used) : (Not Used) : (Not Used) : (Not Used) : (Not Used) : (Not Used) MRS = 00000000 : Void mode in REG-Mode Disable/Enable : (Not Used) : No Sale in REG-Mode Disable/Enable : $0.00 SBTL Finalization in REG-Mode Disable/Enable...
  • Page 172 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A : (Not Used) : (Not Used) : Birthday Date print on Printer No/Yes : (Not Used) : (Not Used) : (Not Used) : (Not Used) : Graphic Logo for Footer Print Yes/No MRS = 00000000 : 10 : (Not Used) : (Not Used)
  • Page 173 Machine Settings : 12 : (Not Used) : (Not Used) : (Not Used) : (Not Used) : (Not Used) : (Not Used) : (Not Used) : Price change function in REG mode Enable/Disable MRS = 00000000 : 13 : (Not Used) : (Not Used) : (Not Used) : Printing price shift text receipt/journal...
  • Page 174 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Till Timer Interval Settings- 2617 XXX : 0 – 255 Seconds MRS 000 Scale Table (Tare) Setting - 2618 : Tare Table No. (1 – 9) YYYY : Weight (0 to 99.99 – Entry is without the decimal point) MRS = 0.00 Note: This setting will conform to the setting preset in SRV Job #903-C.
  • Page 175 Machine Settings Hourly Report Setting - 2619 : Memory Type = 60 Minutes/30 Minutes : Starting Time = 00 – 23 MRS = 000 Note: (1) The Hourly Report will show sales for 24 hours from the starting time setting. (2) The Memory Type may not be changed while totals exist.
  • Page 176 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Stack Report Setting - 2620 : Job# SSSSSS : Start Code EEEEEE : End Code MRS = Nothing Note: A maximum number of 70 steps are programmable for this job setting. 1 step means the memory size use for No-Range type Job Numbers.
  • Page 177 Machine Settings Secret Code Programming – 2630, 2631, 2632 : Secret Code (0 – 9999) #2630 – PGM1 Mode #2631 – X1/Z1 Mode #2632 – X2/Z2 Mode MRS = 0000 Note: If “0” is entered, the compulsion of the secret code is disabled. Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 171 of 266...
  • Page 178 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Media Text Programming – 2641 : Message No. = 1 – 94 Characters : Max. 12 Characters Characters can be entered by using the character keys or by character code entry. The key sequence for entering character codes is as follows: [00] key XXX: Character Code (3 digits) MRS = Default Text...
  • Page 179 Machine Settings Validation Text Programming – 2642 : Position Code = 1 – 3 Line : Maximum 24 Characters Characters can be entered by using the character keys or by character code entry. The key sequence for entering character codes is as follows: [00] key XXX: Character Code (3 digits) MRS = “...
  • Page 180 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Slip Text Programming – 2643 : Position Code = 1 – 3 Line : Maximum 24 Characters Characters can be entered by using the character keys or by character code entry. The key sequence for entering character codes is as follows: [00] key XXX: Character Code (3 digits) MRS = “Space...
  • Page 181 Machine Settings Power Save Programming – 2689 : Power Saving Function is activated when the Time is displayed No/Yes = 1/0 YYY: Power Saving Time Setting 001 –254 (minutes) 999 (Inhibited) MRS = 0030 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 175 of 266...
  • Page 182 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Tax Table Programming – 2710 A: Interval between Break-Points 1 Dollar or more (but less than 100 Dollars) = 1 Below 1 Dollar B: Tax Table No. = 1/2/3/4 Table-1/Table-2/Table-3/Table-4 = 1/2/3/4 Tax Rate : 0.0001 –...
  • Page 183 Machine Settings Tax Rate Programming – 2711 Tax-1 Rate No. = 1 Tax-2 Rate No. = 2 Tax-3 Rate No. = 3 Tax –4 Rate No. = 4 Tax % Rate : 0.0000 –100.0000 Lower Tax Limit : 0.00 – 999.99 MRS = None Note: This programming is invalid for the VAT Tax Table Programming.
  • Page 184 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Doughnut Tax Exempt Qty Programming – 2715 XX: Qty for Doughnut Tax Exemption MRS = 0 PBLU Range Programming – 2810 XXXX: Start Code 1 – 9999 MRS = 1 YYYY: End Code 1 – 9999 MRS = 1000 Page 178 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 185 Machine Settings Auto Sequence Key Programming – 2900 : Auto Key No. 1 – 10 Free Key : Any key which is depressed from the keyboard (Max. 50 entries) MRS = Nothing Note: This programming is performed in the X2/Z2 Mode. Thermal Printer Setting –...
  • Page 186 1. Procedures: 1) Place the SRV or MGR key to the PGM2-Mode position 2) Enter the following sequence: CASH 2. Example Receipt Print Out: SHARP PRESENTS THE ER-A520 Page 180 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 187 Section-6: Communications...
  • Page 189 COMMUNICATIONS Section-5: Communications (On-Line) The following table shows the related PGM-Mode Online Communication job codes available on the ER-A520 and ER-A530 model ECRs. Online Communications Mode Job# Description 2690 Channel Assignment 6110 Online Terminal No. 6111 Online Transmission PGM-Mode 6112...
  • Page 190 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A 1. Cabling Pin Outs: 9-pin Dsub 9-pin DSub Note: Pin #9 is not used. 2. Online Interface: 1) Interface : RS232 2) Duplex Type : Half-Duplex/Full-Duplex 3) Line Configuration : Direct Connection/Modem Connection 4) Data Rate : 19200, 9600, and 4800 bps (programmable) 5) Synchronization Mode : Asynchronous 6) Parity Check...
  • Page 191 COMMUNICATIONS RS-232C Channel Assignment Key Sequence: To assign channel number to the peripherals, please follow the sequence below: ABCD @/FOR SBTL CA/AT @/FOR 2690 To program any function no. X = 1 Item Description Selection Entry Channel number for on- Not connected line communication Standard channel 1...
  • Page 192 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A X = 2 Item Description Selection Entry Channel number for the Not connected barcode reader Standard channel 1 Standard channel 2 Channel number the Not connected remote printer 1 Standard channel 1 Standard channel 2 Channel number for the Not connected remote printer 2...
  • Page 193 COMMUNICATIONS Procedure: Enter the PGM2-Mode as previously outlined 1. Enter 2690 2. Depress [ ] key 3. Depress [@/FOR] key 4. Enter 1 5. Depress [@/FOR] key 6. Enter assigned channel numbers ( 4 digits) 7. Depress [SBTL] key 8. Depress the [CA/AT] key Channel Assignment for Communications (ONLINE): 2.
  • Page 194 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A RS232 Terminal No. - 6110 XXXXXX: Terminal No. (0-999999) MRS = 000001 RS232 Transmission - 6111 A: CI Sensing is Enabled Yes/No = 1/0 B: Transmission Line Form Half Duplex/Full Duplex = 1/0 MRS = 00 Page 188 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 195 COMMUNICATIONS RS232 Function Selection - 6112 Note: The value of the baud rate is used for the Online and Print Data Sending functions. This should not be confused with the SRV Job#903-A setting which is dedicated to the ECR Data Copy function. MRS = 06 RS232 Start/End Codes - 6113 A: Start Code = 000–127...
  • Page 196 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A RS232 Time Out - 6115 XXX : Time Out Value = 1–255 seconds MRS = 007 Print Data Sending - 6220 A: Sensing of the DTR Signal No/Yes = 1/0 B: Sensing of the CTS Signal No/Yes = 1/0 C: Sending All Print Data is Enabled...
  • Page 197 COMMUNICATIONS Quick Steps – Communications To quickly setup the ER-A520 and ER-A530 to interface with the Communications software (example: SDW or some other software), please refer to the related procedures below: Description Comments/Procedure Step–1 Connect SDW CH–1 or CH–2 2690 1000 [SBTL] [CA/AT] for CH–1)
  • Page 199 Section-7: Credit Card Authorization...
  • Page 200: Overview

    530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Section–7: Credit Card Authorization Terminal (CAT) The ER-A520 and ER-A530 model cash registers provide an interface for supporting the Data Tran SL for credit card processing. Function Overview The ER-A520 and ER-A530 model cash register provides an interface for supporting the Data Tran SL for credit card processing.
  • Page 201 COMMUNICATIONS System Configuration The Data Tran SL and MCR part no. may be obtained through contacting DataCap Inc. (215-997-8989). 1. System Configuration: ™ For any ECR with a serial port programmed to use Datacap’s proprietary DataTran command interface ™ Dial Only Configuration DataTran Provides dial transaction processing through standard phone line.
  • Page 203 - Data Rate : 2400 bps (fixed) - Transmission Technique : Asynchronous Serial Transmission - Connection : Activated by the ER-A520 and ER-A530 - Checking : 1 Start Bit, 8 Data Bits, No Parity, 1 Stop Bit - Code : ASCII...
  • Page 204 ER-A 3. Installation Sequence: 1) Remove the AC power cord of the ER-A520 or ER-A530 from the wall outlet. 2) Connect the DB9 Data Tran SL cable to CH-1or CH-2 of the ECR. 3) Connect the 8 pin DIN to the receptacle marked “ECR/POS” at the Data Tran SL.
  • Page 205 DIAL OUT/DIAL IN commands. 2. Initialization: Used to synchronize/initialize the Data Tran SL upon installation, setting changes at the ER-A520 and ER-A530 and when AC power becomes unplugged from the Data Tran SL or for any reason. 3. Batch Execution: The PGM mode is used for batch execution jobs.
  • Page 206 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Prior to Programming – Recommended Settings 1. Credit Card Finalization Keys: There are 2 methods in which to set the system for credit card finalization. Method-1: For Simplified Operations: It is possible to provide a single Credit Card key and rely on the processor to itemize the individual credit card’s totalizer.
  • Page 207 Credit Card Authorization 3. Check Finalization Keys (w/Manual Data Input): The ER-A520 and ER-A530 can also support end user requirements that include processing the traditional written Check as a form of sales finalization. The method that is used with Check finalization is supported with data entry versus a MICR reader.
  • Page 208 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Page 202 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 209 Credit Card Authorization Programming List The following table shows the related SRV and PGM-Mode CAT job codes available on the ER- A520 and ER-A530 model ECRs. Credit Card Authorization Terminal (CAT) Mode Job# Description Free Key Layout: Function #75 – CHECK1 Function #76 –...
  • Page 210 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Function Key Programming - 950 The only SRV-Mode programming required to utilize the Data Tran SL interface is assigning the necessary function keys to the keyboard of the cash register. FUNCTION DESCRIPTION CA1-5 The CA1–5 Media keys are preset for Cash settlement keys.
  • Page 211 Credit Card Authorization RS232 Channel Assignment - 2690 ABCD @/FOR SBTL CA/AT @/FOR 2690 To program any function no. X = 1 Item Description Selection Entry Channel number for on- Not connected line communication Standard channel 1 Standard channel 2 Channel number for print Not connected data sending (CVM)
  • Page 212 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A X = 2 Item Description Selection Entry Channel number for the Not connected barcode reader Standard channel 1 Standard channel 2 Channel number the Not connected remote printer 1 Standard channel 1 Standard channel 2 Channel number for the Not connected remote printer 2...
  • Page 213 Credit Card Authorization Procedure: Enter the PGM2-Mode as previously outlined 1. Enter 2690 2. Depress [ ] key 3. Depress [@/FOR] key 4. Enter 3 5. Depress [@/FOR] key 6. Enter assigned channel numbers ( 4 digits) 7. Depress [SBTL] key Depress the [CA/AT] key Channel Assignment for CAT [EFT]: 0001...
  • Page 214 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A General Rule – CAT Settings 1. CAT Settings: 1) Set communication time out as shown below. TIME OUT1 = 010 TIMEOUT2 = 180 TIMEOUT3 = 3000 2) Set the TEL NO. only when instructed for DIAL OUT purposes. 3) Set the TEL ID only when instructed for DIAL OUT purposes.
  • Page 215 Credit Card Authorization Telephone No. Setting (Dial Out) - 7110 Characters can be entered by using the character keys or by character code entry. The key sequence for entering character codes is as follows: [00] key XXX: Character Code (3 digits) MRS = 0______________________________ (__ :space) Note: The valid characters for the Dial Out operation are “0”...
  • Page 216 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A CAT Function Setting - 7112 A: Food Stamp Mode Disable/Enable =1/0 B: PIN Pad is connected to CAT (Data Tran SL) for Debit Cards – Not Available No/Yes = 1/0 C: Key Type PIN Pad –...
  • Page 217 Credit Card Authorization CAT Time Out #2 - 7114 XXX: Time Out Value (1-255 sec.) MRS = 099, Change to 180. Note: Time limit for the response of the Authorization. CAT Time Out #3 - 7115 XXXX: Time Out Value (1- 3000 sec.) MRS = 0099, Change to 3000.
  • Page 218 “INVALID RESPONSE” message is displayed. If no response is returned within the Time Out#2, the “TIME OUT ERROR” message is displayed. The ER-A520 and ER-A530 will print the (print data) returned. Page 212 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 219 Credit Card Authorization CAT Dial In - 7119 The following Data Tran SL commands are executed sequentially: AT&UH<cr> : Remote load where the ECR places the Data Tran in the Wait-State for Dial In AT&UP96<cr> : List the installed Network Batch Execute Z1 Mode Clear Batch...
  • Page 220 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Quick Steps - CAT Description Comments/Procedures Step–1 Connect the CAT CH–1 or CH–2 (Recommended CH-2) 2690 0001 [SBTL] [CA/AT] for CH–1) or Step–2 PGM Job#2690 2690 0002 [SBTL] [CA/AT] for CH–2) Note: Must match the physical connection •...
  • Page 221 Credit Card Authorization Media Key Programming Readout To obtain the media key presets reading, please follow the below procedure: 1) Place the Mode key in the PGM2-Mode. 2) Enter the following sequence. Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 215 of 266...
  • Page 222 Sample Operations – Credit Card Sale – REG/MGR Mode {Sales Entry} Note: When the media key is depressed, the ER-A520 and ER-A530 will display “SWIPE CARD”. SWIPE CARD 1, MCR Card Swipe Method: Step-1: Swipe the credit card at the MCR unit of the Data Tran SL.
  • Page 223 Step-2: Enter the Card Number using the Ten-Key pad and press the [#/TM] key. (Card Number) Max, 16 Digits Note: When the [#/TM] key is depressed the ER-A520 and ER-A530 will display “EXP. DATE.” EXP. DATE Step-3: Enter the Expiration Date (4-Digits) using the Ten-key pad and depress the [CA/AT] Key.
  • Page 224 Sample Operations – Refund Credit Card Sale – REG/MGR Mode Refund {Sales Entry} Note: When the media key is depressed, the ER-A520 and ER-A530 will display “SWIPE CARD”. SWIPE CARD 1, MCR Card Swipe Method: (Processing is the same as the normal sales transaction) 2.
  • Page 225 VOID Mode {Sales Entry} Note: When the media key is depressed, the ER-A520 and ER-A530 will display “SWIPE CARD”. SWIPE CARD 1, MCR Card Swipe Method: Step-1: Swipe the credit card at the MCR Unit of the Data Tran SL.
  • Page 226 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A ER-A530 Step-3: Depress the [RCPT] key to issue a second receipt. PROCESSING………. Page 220 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 227: Section 8. Utilities

    Section-8: Utilities...
  • Page 229 UTILITIES Section – 1 General Overview The ER-A520 and ER-A530 model ECRs provide the ability to send /receive its RAM data for easy storage or duplication. 1. Types of RAM data supported: (1) SSP data (only)………………………………………………………sending/receiving (2) RAM image data (including SSP data) ……………………………sending/receiving 2.
  • Page 230 ER-A Cable & Communications Specifications The below diagram represents the cable specification required when connecting the ER-A520 or ER-A530 model ECR to another same type ECR. The same cable is also used when connecting to a PC when the 02FD.exe program RAM Data Copy utility is used.
  • Page 231 UTILITIES Program Reset Procedures 1. Program (SRV) Reset: To perform a Program Reset, the SRV key (p/n: LKGiM7113RCZZ) must be used. Please refer to the mode switch positions when performing the below key sequence. 1) Insert the SRV key and rotate counterclockwise to the 6 o’clock position to the SRV’ position. (Please note that the display goes out.) 2) Count for 5 seconds.
  • Page 232 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Section –2: ECR Data Sending/Receiving Settings The following table shows the related SRV-Mode Job #’s available for the ER-A520 and ER-A530 model ECRs when the ECR Data Copy Function is used. ECR Data Send/Receive Mode...
  • Page 233 UTILITIES ECR Data Send - 996 Note: The speed which the data is sent is determined by the SRV Job #903-A setting. MRS = 19200bps ECR Data Receive - 998 Note: The speed which the data is received is determined by the SRV Job #903-A setting. MRS = 19200bps Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 227 of 266...
  • Page 234 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Quick Steps – ECR to ECR Data Copy To quickly setup the ER-A520/ER-A530 to copy the RAM Data from one unit to another, please refer to the outlined procedure below: Description Comments/Procedures Step – 1...
  • Page 235 Section – 3: Preparing the PC – 02FD.exe The 02FD.exe utility has been created to work within the Windows environment. This utility may be used when backing up or restoring the ER-A520/ER-A530 program data. The following procedures should be followed.
  • Page 236 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Step – 3. At the PC, launch the 02FD.exe application. (1) Using the mouse, select the [SETTING] Button (Fig. 4). (Fig. 4) Step – 4. Under setting, select the required Baud Rate, Protocol and Communications port (see Fig.
  • Page 237 UTILITIES Section – 4: ECR to PC Sending Step – 1.Connect the ER-A520/ER-A530 to the PC using the previously specified RS-232 cable. Note: The RS-232 cable from the PC MUST be connected to Channel 2 of the ECR model. Step –2.
  • Page 238 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Step – 4.Click the [SAVE] button and the 02FD program will automatically begin the receive process (Fig. 8). (Fig. 8) Step – 5. Place the ECR in the SRV Mode position (7 o’clock position). Step –...
  • Page 239 Precaution: Ensure that the receiving ECR model is the same as the program data. Step – 1.Connect the ER-A520/ER-A530 to the PC using the previously specified RS-232 cable. (Fig. 9) Step – 2. At the PC, select [PC POS] button (Fig. 10).
  • Page 240 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Step – 4. Click the [OPEN] button and the 02FD program will automatically begin the sending process (Fig. 12). (Fig. 12) Step – 5. Place the ECR in the SRV Mode position (7 o’clock position). Step –...
  • Page 241 It is important to verify the successful completion of the RAM Data Copy function. However, in the event that the ER-A520/ER-A530 result is an error at initiating the RAM Data Copying function or during communications please refer to the ERROR CODES to determine the cause.
  • Page 242 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Error Messages After communications is terminated, one of the following messages is printed. 1. SEND Operation (1) Normal termination of a “SEND” operation…. I #996 SEND OK Job No. /Message (2) Communication Error of a “SEND” operation… I #996 COM ERROR 01 I Job No./Message/Error Code...
  • Page 243: Section 9. Ssp's

    Section-9: SSP’s...
  • Page 245 SSP’s SSP Data Entry 1. Procedures: 1) Place the SRV key to the SRV-Mode position 2) Enter the following sequence: XXX: Line No. Data MRS = None Notes: The 1 Line No entered represents the SSP #. The contents of the SSP Data entry are printed on the Receipt and Journal. If a “CHECK SUM ERROR”...
  • Page 246 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A SSP Data Correction Entry XXX: Line No. YYY: Corrected Line Data Notes: Enter each Line No. and the corrected data. Once all lines have been corrected, depress the [CASH] key. Verify that the “CHECK SUM ERROR” message is not printed. IMPORTANT: A SERVICE RESET (Program Reset) is mandatory in order for the SSP to take effect.
  • Page 247 SSP’s SSP Data Reading – SRV Mode 1. Procedures: 1) Place the SRV key to the SRV-Mode position 2) Enter the following sequence: CASH 2. Print Out: Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 241 of 266...
  • Page 248 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Notes Page 242 of 266 Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07...
  • Page 249: Section 10. Flash Rom

    Section-10: FLASH ROM...
  • Page 251: Flash Rom

    FLASH ROM The ROM level of the ER-A520 and ER-A530 may be determined in either of the following ways. (1) In SRV mode, the ROM level may be printed upon making the key entry for the Flash ROM Test SRV job #130.
  • Page 252 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A (Standalone) In SRV mode, enter the SSP setting mode as follows: (Numeric Data) SBTL CA/AT Repeat Numeric data entry SSR ER-A520/530U-002 – ROM version: RAH1A/RAH1B Step Data Function Step Data Function SBTL SBTL SBTL...
  • Page 253 FLASH ROM SSR ER-A520/530U-002 – (continued) Step Data Function Step Data Function SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL SBTL...
  • Page 254 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Additional SSP Setting Procedures: 1. SRV-Mode SSP Report Print To print the contents of the SSP data follow the key sequence outlined below: CA/AT Important: Compare the printed receipt with the technical bulletin when a “CHECKSUM ERROR” is printed upon depression of the [CA/AT] key 2.
  • Page 255 FLASH ROM IPL from EPROM (Early Models) Specifications subject to change without notice: Revision date 10/07 Page 243 of 266...
  • Page 256 IPL FUNCTION via RS232 Interface (Later Models) This function is used to rewrite the Flash ROM program of the main PWB unit for the ER-A520/A530, where an existing program is written in the Flash ROM and is operating normally. That is, the product must be operating normally in order to use this function.
  • Page 257 Please note that in addition to holding down the [RECEIPT] and [JOURNAL] keys, the [REFUND] key will need to be held down on the ER-A520 model. The [PLU 1] key will need to be held down on the ER-A530 model.
  • Page 258 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Operations on the PC: "Complete” is displayed and the transfer window disappears. The operation is completed. (Sending time: 3 minutes 30 seconds.) Display on the ECR: At that time, if the ECR display as follows, it is OK. Operations on the ECR: i.
  • Page 259 Section-11: LOGO UTILITY...
  • Page 261 LOGO UTILITY Functions Overview The ER-A520/530 model ECR provides support for loading image data that may be used as an graphics logo for the header or footer of a receipt. The data must meet the specifications defined within this document that will outline the attributes necessary for loading the image data.
  • Page 262 ER-A Cable Specifications The RS232 function is used to download the logo image to the ER-A520/530 from the PC. Your SIO function is dedicated to CHANNEL 2. The below diagram represents the cable specifications required when connecting the ER-A520/530 to a PC when the Logo Image Data function is used.
  • Page 263 LOGO UTILITY Reset Procedures 1. Program (SRV) Reset: To perform a Program Reset, the SRV key (p/n: LKGiM7113RCZZ) must be used. Please refer to the following diagram when performing the following key sequence. (1) Insert the SRV key and rotate it counterclockwise to the 6 o'clock position to the SRV position. (Please note that the display goes out.) (2) Count for 5 seconds.
  • Page 264 Preparing the ER-A520/530 1. The ER-A520/530 SIO Function Connection: The Program Back Up/Restore (SIO) function has been fixed to port-2 (CH #2) of the ER-A520/530 as shown below. When using the SIO function, the connection for the cable is port-2 (CH-2).
  • Page 265 LOGO UTILITY 2. SRV Mode Related Jobs: The SRV mode presets related to the usage of the LogoLoader.exe are described within this section. (1) SRV job #903: SIO Baud Rate is set in SRV mode 903 A as outlined below. SRV Job #903 Description Data...
  • Page 266 ER-A Preparing the PC Environment The ER-A520/530 Logo Downloader Utility is provided as two separate files that are self-extracting and contain all the necessary elements for installation of the program. 1. Using Windows Explorer, create a temporary folder to copy the following files: (1) LogoLoader.cab...
  • Page 267 LOGO UTILITY 7. Select the Program Group where the utility will be referenced and then click [Continue]. (Fig. 5) 8. When the installation process has been successfully completed, click [OK] to exit to the installation program. (Fig. 6) 9. For easy reference to the application, you can rename and place the LogoLoader.exe shortcut onto your notebook or computer desktop.
  • Page 268 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Creating a Logo Image Prior to starting the Logo Downloader application it is recommended that you create and format the image data to be used by setting the attributes according to the previously mentioned specifications. Format Specifications: (1) File format: *.PCX or *.BMP...
  • Page 269 LOGO UTILITY From PC to ER-A520/530 1. Connect the ER-A520/530 to the PC using the previously specified RS 232 cable. 2. From the Main Window, use the mouse pointer to select the desired function to be performed: 1) Download Graphic to ECR.
  • Page 270 (1) Select the required Baud Rate, Duplex type, and Communications port for the PC that would match the ER-A520/530 settings. Click [OK] to return to the Main window. (Fig. 13) Figure 13 Page 258 of 266...
  • Page 271 (2) During communications if the communications encounters problems for some reason. 1. Error Display when the image data does not meet specifications. (Fig. 14) Figure 14 2. The following Communications error could result which are related to the ER-A520/530's SIO communications function. Code...
  • Page 272 520/ 530 Dealer Knowledge Book ER-A Quick Start Procedures For a quick reference procedure for using the LogoLoader utility with the ER-A520/530, please use the sequential steps outlined in the chart below. Step PC Side Step ER-A520/530 Side Set SRV Job #912-D: 1, 2, or 5"...
  • Page 275 COPYRIGHT © 2005 BY SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted. In any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise,...

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