1. SPECIFICATIONS 1-1. Electrical specifications 120V 220V 230V 240V •Power consumption In operation Max. 0.6 A 0.4A 0.4A 0.4A stand-by Max. 0.15 A 0.09A 0.09A 0.08A •Memory protection Back-up battery VL3032/SGA 30 days (25 °C) Back-up period Battery life Replace the battery every 5 years. Recharge time 48 hours Within ±...
2. CONNECTOR LOCATIONS COM6 Port COM5 Port COM4 Port IN LINE SELECTOR COM1 Port (PC/MODEM) SLIP POWER IN LINE2 TERMINATOR IN LINE2 IN COM3 Port (REMOTE DISP) IN LINE2 OUT COM2 Port (SCANNER) IN LINE1 POWER SWITCH — 3 —...
3. Connect all QT-2100 terminals by in-line. Operation: 4. Turn on all peripheral devices of a QT-2100 terminal. Date 01-10-10 5. Turn on this QT-2100 terminal with pressing the left-most key of Time 12:34 00 ID Character MC #01 the top row and release the key after buzzer sounds.
10.Check System: Date 01-10-10 Align the cursor as shown to the left. Time 12:34 00 ID Character MC #01 The following is displayed by pressing <YES> key. Check System Master Check Cluster ID R/J/Order Printer(1) No R/J/Order Printer(2) No R/J/Order Printer(3) No Check System Slip Printer 1.
14.If you want to download program data from other terminal, Please select one of “2” or “3” and Press <YES> key. If you don’t need to download any program data, select “1. No AUTO PGM Restore / Receive” and Press <YES> key. The initialization of 1.
When “3. PGM Restore (IN LINE)” is selected 1 Select one of the following for the Receive PGM. 31-12-96 11:59PM 1. All Data: Eincluding totalizer, CHK, Index&Detail Receive Data *All*Data**** 2. All PGM PGM Receive from *MC*#1******* *Yes* Normal End 2 Select receive terminal.
4. Turn on all peripheral devices of this QT-2100 terminal. And turn on all QT-2100 except this terminal of the cluster. 5. Turn on this QT-2100 terminal with pressing the left-most key of the top row and release the key after buzzer sounds.
4. DISASSEMBLY UPPER COVER 1. Remove the key sheet and two screws. Screws 2. Remove the front cover by sliding it forward. 3. Remove the connector (CN5) and the keyboard block. — 9 —...
MAIN PCB 1. Remove the upper cover as shown in steps 1 to 3 of page 9. 2. Remove the seven connectors (CN13, CN14, CN15, CN11, CN9, CN8, CN7, CN18), two FPCs (CN16, CN17) and five screws, and then the MAIN PCB. CN19 CN18 CN14...
POWER UNIT 1. Remove the upper cover as shown in steps 1 to 3 of page 9. 2. Remove the rear cover. 3. Remove the three screws for the power unit. Screws 4. Remove the two connectors (CN14, CN15) and the power unit. CN14 CN15 —...
LCD MODULE/INVERTER 1. Remove the two blinders (screw covers) and two screws. Screws 2 Remove the LCD cover. Note: Be careful not to lose the blind sheets at the volume. blind sheet x 2 3. Remove the two screws (plastic). Note: Be careful not to break the screws.
5. Move the LCD unit to the left and remove the LCD cover. Note: Lift 1 up slightly and move it in the direction of 2. Hook 6 Remove the two connectors (CN1, CN2) as well as the earth cable, and then the LCD unit. Earth cable 7.
5-2. LSI BLOCK DIAGRAM RS232C FROM IC 9 SERIAL CPUBUS 3.3 V Backup EDORAM IC 8, 12 CPU (SH3) 3.3 V SERIAL 5 V Backup EDORAM V-RAM (OPTION) 1.9 V + 3.3 V IC 1 back up Vrtc only CF-CARD BUZZER CONTROLLER LCDC...
5-3. SYSTEM FLOW POWER OFF POWER ON FROM OPERATION CPU PORT INITIALIZ DRAM OPERATION StartUp C language for BOOTER INITIALIZ Press INIT button I/O CONTROLLER OPERATION Display INIT Press 'FINIT' button Process register IPL boot code CHECK CHECK SUM? SUM? Process register RESUME FINIT...
5-4. CPU (IC7) 5-4-1. MEMORY MAP Area 0 H’00000000 FLASH-ROM Area 1 H’04000000 Area 2 H’08000000 Area 3 H’00000000 EDORAM H’0E000000 EDORAM(OPTION) H’14000000 H’16800000 ARCENT Area 4 H’10000000 H’14800000 H’16900000 H’15000000 H’16A00000 UARTINT H’15800000 H’16B00000 UART1 H’16000000 H’16C00000 UART2 Area 5 H’14000000 H’16800000 ARC,UART...
5-4-2. Pin description PIN NO PIN NAME I / O D E S C R I P T I O N VCC (3.3V) Vcc-RTC Vrtc (1.90V) XTAL2 CLOCK (32.768KHz) EXTAL2 CLOCK (32.768KHz) Vss-RTC RTC (GND) Not used IRQ0/IRL0/PTH IN/IN/I/O Power cut IRQ1/IRL1/PTH IN/IN/I/O UART INT...
PIN NO PIN NAME I / O D E S C R I P T I O N Address bus (A13) VssQ I/O Power supply (0V) Address bus (A14) VccQ I/O Power supply (3.3V) Address bus (A15) Address bus (A16) Address bus (A17) Address bus (A18) Address bus (A19)
PIN NO PIN NAME I / O D E S C R I P T I O N IRSL/PTF/PINT Not used IRSL/PTF/PINT Not used IRSL/PTF/PINT Not used IRSL/PTF/PINT CF CARD IN/OUT signal CLOCK MODE Vcc-PLL1 PLL Power supply (1.9V) CAP1 Not used Vss-PLL1 PLL Power supply (0V)
6. OPTION INSTALLATION 6-1. REAR DISPLAY Note: The REMOTE DISPLAY and the REAR DISPLAY cannot be fixed at the same time. 1. Assemble the REAR DISPLAY. Note: Be careful with the direction (left/right) of the frame. Right frame Left frame 2.
6-2. Dallas Key (Except for Germany) 1. Remove the upper cover as shown in steps 1 to 3 of page 9. 2. Let the Dallas key through the unit and connect it to the MAIN PCB (CN2). Note: Wind the cable through the Ferrite core two and a half times. Ferrite core should be in side of lower case.
4. Fix the MAIN PCB. 5. Put the cable of the MCR into the ECR and connect it to the MAIN PCB (CN6). Fix the terminal to position A 6. Fix the base of the MCR. 7. Cut the edge of the lower case with a nipper. 8.
6-4. MEMORY PCB Screw Main memory Backup battery for additional memory 1. Remove the upper cover as shown in steps 1 to 3 of page 9. 2. Fix the additional memory to the MAIN PCB (CN3) with a screw. 3. Remove the UL tube from the ECR. UL tube (Clear type) 4.
6-5. REMOTE DISPLAY 6-6. HANDY SCNNER 6-7. REMOTE PRINTER / SLIP PRINTER Note: The REMOTE DISPLAY and the REAR DISPLAY cannot be fixed at the same time. 1. Remove two screws and the lower case. Screws 2. Connect the following peripherals to the COM ports respectively. REMOTE DISPLAY : COM3 HANDY SCANNER...
6-8. DRAWER 1. Remove the upper cover as shown in steps 1 to 3 of page 9. 2. Remove two screws and the lower case. Screws 3. Let the cable through the part as shown below and put into the ECR. 4.
QT2100-2 QT2100-3 QT2100-4 QT2100-32 Note: When the cluster has more than 8 QT-2100 terminals, all printer should be local printer. When the cluster has less than or equal to 8 QT-2100 terminals, remote printer is allowable. ARCNET communication speed Maximum...
3 ARCNET Cable connection diagram Terminater Terminater 100 ohms Signal Signal 100 ohms Signal FG plate FG plate FG plate (In-line connector) (In-line connector) (In-line connector) [Connection end of ECR] In-line connector In-line cable Wrap bent shield wire Black with Copper tape Shield wire Black Terminator (100 ohms)
3 BLOCK DIAGRAM CAT5 UTP Cable CAT5 UTP Cable (Min 5m) (Min 5m) RS232C Connection IN LINE selector Position 1: ARC NET Position 2: CATEGORY5 Terminator Switch Turn on the switch of the units of both first and the last ends. White/Orange 1 1 White/Orange 8, 7, 6, ..2, 1...
RS-232C QT2100 QT2100 QT2100 QT2100 KP/M CHK/BM CHK/M KP/BM Slip Slip Slip Using Com1 port 2 PC Cable wiring QT-2100 (Com1) Pin No. Signal name Pin No. Pin No. Signal name (DSUB9) (DSUB25) SD/TXD RD/RXD RS/RTS CS/CTS CD/DCD ER/DTR DR/DSR CI/RI —...
8-2. MODEM system 1 Connection layout Note: When the cluster has more than 8 QT-2100 terminals, all printer should be local printer. When the cluster has less than or equal to 8 QT-2100 terminals, remote printer is allowable. on-line MAX : 15 m...
8-3. PRINTER Connection Three printers can be connected to QT-2100. Com4 ~ Com6 are used for ports. 1 Connection layout Maimum connection number : Max. 3 printer Note:The slip printer can be connected one unit only. QT2100 Slip — 38 —...
9. DIAGNOSTIC OPERATION 9-1 .To start the diagnostic operation 1. Power off. 2. While holding down the button on the upper left corner, turn the power on. 3. Release the button when the main display on. 4. Input "99990000" and press [SUB TOTAL]. 5.
9-3. Operation of each test [ 1 ] Series test This test will perform the following tests in series. Printer connects to COM1. 1) RAM Write/Read 2) LCD test 3) LCD back light test 4) Printer test 5) Time and Date 6) Drawer open test Note : Make sure to set the baud rate of the printer which is used to 9600bps.
[ 2 ] RAM write/read test and read only test These tests will check the write/read test and the read only test for RAM. Operation : SUBTOTAL x : Type of RAM 1 = STD RAM 2 = Option RAM 0 or Space = STD and Option RAM n : 0 = One time check Not 0 = Continuous check ( To stop the test, press "Esc"...
[ 3 ] Flash ROM check sum The check sum test for FLASH ROM is performed. The area which can be checked is only the code area (from address of 0x8000 to little over than 2.5M). The area range depends on the code capacity. Operation : SUBTOTAL n : 0 = One time check...
[ 5 ] CF-CARD write/read test This test will check the write/read test for CF-CARD. Perform the CF-CARD clear test, before start of this test. Operation : SUBTOTAL p : Select PCMCIA SLOT 0 = CF 1 = PCMCIA n : 0 = One time check Not 0 = Continuous check (To stop the test, press "Esc"...
[ 7 ] CF-CARD clear test This test wiil clear the memory for CF-CARD. In the case that data of CF-CARD is necessary, data should save by PC. Operation : SUBTOTAL p : Select PCMCIA SLOT 0 = CF 1 = PCMCIA n : 0 = One time check Not 0 = Continuous check (To stop the test, press "Esc"...
[ 9 ] LCD test This test will check the LCD. Operation : SUBTOTAL n : 0 = One time check Not 0 = Continuous check ( To stop the test, press "Esc" key ) Note : When the one time check is selected, the following message will appear. "Please Hit key OK ->...
[ 11 ] Rear Display test This test will check the rear display. Operation : SUBTOTAL n : 0 = One time check Not 0 = Continuous check (To stop the test, press "Esc" key) a : 0 = displays test characters 1 = displays all dots Note : When the one time check is selected, the following message will appear.
[ 13 ] Printer test This test will check the print test for printer. Operation : x1 x2 x3 SUBTOTAL X1 : Display test pattern 0 = A pattern 1 = B pattern X2 : Port selection 1 = COM1 2 = COM2 3 = COM3 4 = COM4...
[ 14 ] RS232C port test This test will check the RS232C port. Connect the loop back connector before this test. Operation : SUBTOTAL x : Baud rate selection 1 = 4800 bps 2 = 9600 bps 3 = 19.2 kbps 7 = 115 kbps (com1 only) n : 0 = One time check Not 0 = Continuous check (To stop the test, press "Esc"...
[ 15 ] In-line test (ARCNET and Category 5) This test will check the In-line (ARCNET) function. This test needs the reception machine as show below: In-line In-line Send Receive In-line cable Operation : SUBTOTAL Retry number and should be within the range of 0 to 9. If input no number or 0, the test is 5 times.
Error list ARCNET RETRY OVER = Selecting retry number was excessed. ARCNET BLK ERR = Block No. is not same No. between send and reception. ARCNET DATA ERR = Data is not same between send and reception. ARCNET LENG ERR = Data length is not same between send and reception.
[ 17 ] Date time set test The machine will set the time and the date. Operation : Set the date and the time. x1 x2 x3 x4 x5 x6 SUBTOTAL a : 0 = Time set (x1 x2 : Hour, x3 x4 : Minute, x5 x6 : Second) 1 = Date set (x1 x2 :Year, x3 x4 : Month, x5 x6 : Day) Note 1 : Run number is only one time.
10. ERROR CODE LIST 10-1. Error messages When an error occurs on a QT-2100 terminal, a buzzer sounds and the appropriate error message appears on the main display, indicating what action to take. The following table lists the error messages and describes the action to take.
Prompt message Meaning E054 Out of CHK/TBL No. Range CHK# range over E056 Store range full. All check # are occupied in range. E057 No item exists in detail. Round Repeat cannot be found in detail. E058 Enter post entry item. Post Entry item exists in detail.
Prompt message Meaning E083 Cannot create Electronic Electronic journal file cannot be created. jourual file. Check flash memory. ∗∗∗∗∗∗∗∗∗∗ E105 Check/TBL Tracking Master CHK master down down. Please call Manager. “∗∗∗∗” means ECR logical ID. YES : Retry for connection. NO : Remove it from system.
Prompt message Meaning E168 Your Operation is out of Employees operate CLOCK-OUT in not allowance time. Schedule. Please Call Manager. E169 Work Hours Exceeded. Overtime work. Please Call Manager. E170 No Shift Reminds in the Schedule. There is no empty shift left. You cannnot Clock-in.
10-2. Operation prompt All prompt messages, together with descriptors and symbol characters for printing on receipts, slips or reports are contained in the list below. These messages cannot be added, modified or deleted. Prompt message Meaning Data cannot be printed out. Request to check the data which cannot be printed out.
10-3. System error code All error codes are contained in the list below. These error codes are displayed or printed on error log report. Error code Meaning 0010 Handler access error (software) 0011 Cannot execute handler (system configuration) 0012 Break by PC 0013 Break by ECR 0014...
Error code Meaning 0074 Error during accumulating to consolidation file 0075 Error during copying report data from terminal memory to work 0076 Error during copying stock data to terminal memory 0077 Z Iock error on satellite terminal 0078 Z clear error on satellite terminal 0079 Z lock release error on satellite terminal 0128...
2. HD74HCT1G08CME (IC45,46) 3. HD74LV00 (IC20,29) 14 V IN B IN A OUT Y 4. HD74LV07 (IC19,22) 5. HD74LV10 (IC28) 14 V 14 V 6. HD74L1G00 (IC18) 7. HD74LV74 (IC24) 14 V 1CLR IN B 2CLR PR CLR IN A CLR PR OUT Y 9.
10. HD74LVC138 (IC21) Inputs Outputs Enable Select GND 8 H: High L: Low X: Don t care 11. HD74LVC244 (IC3,5) 12. HD74LVC245 (IC2,6) Inputs Output Y 20 V T / R Bus B Data to Bus A Bus A Data to Bus B H : High L : Low Don t care...
14. M51V18165DSL (IC8,12) Function PIN NAME A0 ~ A9 ADDRESS INPUT DQ16 ROW ADDRESS STROBE DQ15 COLUMN ADDRESS STROBE LCAS DQ14 COLUMN ADDRESS STROBE UCAS DQ13 DQ1 ~ DQ16 DATA OUTPUT ENABLE DQ12 WRITE ENABLE DQ11 DQ10 POWER SUPPLY (3.3V) GND (0V) NOT USED LCAS...
16. S-80130CNMC (IC30) Delay Circuit Oscillator Circuit Counter Timer VREF 17. SN751178NSR (IC39) 18. SN75188PWR (IC34,35,38,41,42) OUTPUTS INPUT ENABLE 14 V H = high level, L = low level, X = irrelevant, Z = high impedance (off) DIFFERENTIAL INPUTS OUTPUT A –...
2. As for spare parts order and supply, refer to the “GUIDEBOOK for Spare Parts Supply”, published separately. 3. The numbers in item column corespond to the same numbers in drawing. 4. CASIO does not supply the spare parts without parts code. 5. Remarks Q'ty :...
Q'ty Item Code No. Parts Name Specification USA,Canada Other Price Rank and Germany Countries Code 1. MAIN PCB BLOCK 10073421 PCB ASSY/E590-1 E240831*1 10073422 PCB ASSY/E590-1 E240831*2 N IC7 10074040 LSI HD6417709AF133B N IC11 10075914 LSI UPD784215AGC1698EU N IC15 10073986 LSI UPD65945GJ-P16-JEU N IC9 10083006 LSI...
Q'ty Item Code No. Parts Name Specification USA,Canada Other Price Rank and Germany Countries Code N RA36,37,57,58 27975627 RESISTOR/CHIP NETWORK RAC1005-1044DJT N RA18-21 27975630 RESISTOR/CHIP NETWORK RAC1005-3304DJT N RA59,60 10074008 RESISTOR/CHIP NETWORK RAC1005-3314DJT N RA26-32 27753401 RESISTOR/CHIP NETWORK RAC1005-4704DJT N RA38 27251355 RESISTOR/CHIP NETWORK RAC1005-4724DJT N RA1-6,14,22,23,25,...
3 X 6 ZMC-3 SCREW 3 X 5 ZMC-3 SCREW 3 X 8 NI SCREW 3 X 6 ZMC-3 7. OTHER 36375230 CORE/FERRITE TR-25-15-12 62481489 DRAWER CABLE SUB ASSY E440737*1 10073061 NAME PLATE/QT-2100 E441305-1 55600511 TIE/INSULOCK BK-1 - 97 -...
Q'ty Item Code No. PARTS NAME Specification Plug Type Price Rank Europe Australia Code 8. POWER SUPPLY BLOCK 10073424 POWER SUPPLY ASSY E240839*1 10073425 POWER SUPPLY ASSY E240839*2 10079264 POWER SUPPLY ASSY E240839*3 10079265 POWER SUPPLY ASSY E240839*4 10073695 SWITCHING POWER SUPPLY UNIT MPW6616(200V) 10073697 SWITCHING POWER SUPPLY UNIT MPW6716(100V)
Item Code No. PARTS NAME Specification Q'ty Price Rank Code 9. RAM BOARD (Option) 10073429 RAM ASSY/E590 E441306*1 10074508 AL CAPACITOR RE3-16V101M-G10 N IC1,IC2 10074499 LSI M51V18165DSL-6TKFB N RA1-12 27753401 RESISTOR/CHIP NETWORK RAC1005-4704DJT 10073702 CONNECTOR IMSA-9841B-70Y930 RESISTOR/CHIP MCR01MZSJ470 C1,C2 CAPACITOR/CHIP CERAMIC GRM36F104Z16PT 10.
12. REMOTE DISPLAY I t e m Code No. Parts Name Specification Q ' t y P r i c e R a n k c o d e 62480606 Display Case E110169-2 62480613 Display Window E110170-7 10083195 Display Module CU20029SCPB-W32A 10072973 Chassis/RMT...