1. SPECIFICATIONS 1-1. Electrical Speciﬁcations 100V 120V 220V 230V 240V • Power consumption <AC input current at Adaptor> In operation Max. 1.5A 1.5A 1.5A 1.5A Display off Max. 0.25A 0.25A 0.25A 0.25A <DC input current at QT-6600> In operation Max. 1.3A 1.3A 1.3A...
1-4. Devices speciﬁcations • LCD Display Name NL10276BC30-32D Screen size 15.0 inch (38cm diagonal) Resolution 1024(H) x 768(V) pixels Interface LVDS (RGB 8 bits each) Display color 16.77 M colors Pixel pitch 0.297(H) x 0.297(V) mm Luminance 250 cd/m Contrast ratio 500:1 Power supply voltage 3.3 V...
1-6. Option List CASIO sales options DEVICE NAME MODEL NOTE • Magnet i-Button QT-6011DLS • Display set for customer QT-6060D Connect to Com 3 • Display cable for customer QT-6061CB (for mounting to the base) • Display 5-meter cable for customer QT-6062CB •...
1-7. Drawer Type Drawer Name Speciﬁcation USA/Canada Other Countries DL-2808 D-24BC-B84M-4 DL-2809 D-24BC-B84-SM-4 DL-2434 D-24BC-B55SM-4 DL-2810 D-24BC-A84SM-4 DL-3622 D-11BH-B65SS-4 DL-3623 D-11BH-B65-4 1-8. Duration of Life TFT LCD (Main) 30,000 hours STN LCD (Rear) 20,000 hours Touch Panel (number of touch times) one million times Battery 1 year...
4. Turn on all peripheral devices of a terminal. 5. Turn on this terminal with pressing the initialize switch and release after beep sound. Init Sw INIT Copyright(C) 2008 CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD. All rights reserved. ROM VER. xxxxxx xxxx CREATE...
• Case 1: If your system has no LAN device = “0” ——— Press <YES> to continue. • Case 2: Terminal ID = “1” IP AD DRE S S MA N U A L ——— Enter IP address if you want to change. 1 9 2 .
Program restoration I N I T 1 0-10-0 1 1 2:34 00 0001 AUTO PGM 1. No Re s to re / R ec ei ve ——— Select, if no need to download any data. 2. PG M R es t o re (C F C a rd) ———...
Operation: 4. Turn on all peripheral devices of this terminal. 5. Turn on this terminal with pressing the <DISP ON/OFF> key. 6. Press <OK> key. Copyright(C) 2008 CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD. All rights reserved. ROM VER. xxxxxx xxxx CREATE xxxx-xx-xx xx:xx...
IPL via LAN port Insert more than Store IPL data Backup all data Start 128MB CF card to CF card to CF card IPL from Restore Clear IPL data CF card all data in the CF card 2-4-2. System conﬁguration before IPL operation Connect source terminal (cash register terminal) and target terminals or insert the IPL CF card to the terminal.
3. DISASSEMBLY NOTE: * Please make a back-up copy of the clients’ data before disassembling. * When the power is turned off, the internal battery enables the hibernate function. * There are several kinds of screws. Be sure to use the correct type of screws when reassembling.
■ Disassembling See the ﬂowchart below for the order of disassembling main parts. A.Removing the Stand B.Removing the B-case Assy Block C.Removing the Rear Display Block D.Disassembling the Rear Display E.Removing the Mic PCB (E830-MIC) F.Removing the LED PCB (E830-E6) G.Removing the Inverter Unit H.Removing the Touch Panel PCB (E830-TP) I.Removing the Power Supply PCB (E830-INLET)
A. Disengage and remove the Main Unit from the Stand. B. Removing the B-case Assy Block B-1. Remove three screws. Screws (S4) B-2. Remove two covers. HNG COVER CONNECTOR COVER — 12 —...
B-3. Remove 12 screws. B-4. Remove the B-case Assy Block. B-5. Unplug the connector to the speaker. Screws (S1) Screws (S2) Screws (S3) Connector (Speaker) B-CASE ASSY BLOCK — 13 —...
C. Removing the Rear Display Block C-1. Remove eight screws. C-2. Remove the connector to the battery. Screws (S6) Connector (Battery) C-3. Remove the Rear Display Block. C-4. Unplug the connector to the Rear Display. Connector (REAR DISPLAY) REAR DISPLAY BLOCK —...
D. Disassembling the Rear Display D-1. Remove the screw and remove the Rear Display Unit. Screws (S5) D-2. Remove two screws and remove the LCD Frame. Screws (S7) D-3. Use a solder to remove six lead wires. D-4. Release the connector lock and disconnect the FPC. D-5.
■ PCBs and the Connectors to the Main PCB Inverter unit Main PCB (E830-1) Touch panel PCB (E830-TP) COM PCB Power supply PCB (E830-COM) (E830-INLET) LED PCB Mic PCB (E830-E6) (E830-MIC) ■ PCBs and the Connectors to the Main PCB i-Button key Mic PCB (E830-MIC) COM PCB (E830-COM)
E. Removing the Mic PCB (E830-MIC) E-1. Unplug the connector. E-2. Remove two screws and remove the Mic PCB (E830-MIC). Screws (S7) F. Removing the LED PCB (E830-E6) F-1. Unplug the connector. F-2. Remove the screw and remove the LED PCB (E830-E6). Screws (S7) G.
H. Removing the Touch Panel PCB (E830-TP) H-1.Unplug the connector. H-2. Release the connector lock and disconnect the FPC. H-3. Remove two screws and remove the Touch Panel PCB (E830-TP). Screws (S5) Screws (S5) I. Removing the Power Supply PCB (E830-INLET) I-1.
K. Removing the Main PCB (E830-1) K-1. Unplug 10 connectors and 2 FPCs. K-2. Remove six nuts. K-3. Remove seven screws and remove the Main PCB (E830-1). Screws (S9) Screws (S9) Screws (S9) L. Removing the MCR L-1. Disengage and remove the MCR Unit from the Main Unit. L-2.
M. Removing the LCD/Touch Panel M-1. Remove two screws and remove Mic PCB (E830-MIC). M-2. Disengage and remove the MCR unit from the Main Unit. Screws (S7) M-3. Remove two screws and remove the Power Supply PCB (E830-INLET). Screws (S5) M-4.
M-7. Remove ﬁve screws and remove the COM Chassis and the Main PCB. Screws (S5) M-8. Remove 17 screws. M-9. Disconnect the earth wire for the Mic. Mic earth — 21 —...
M-10. Remove the U-Case Assy Block. U-CASE ASSY BLOCK M-11. Remove the Touch Panel. Touch panel M-12. Remove four screws. Screws (S10) Screws (S10) — 22 —...
M-13. Disengage and remove the LCD Unit. LCD unit — 23 —...
4. ASSEMBLY ■ Assembling See the ﬂowchart below for the order of re-assembling major units. A. Assembling the LCD/Touch Panel B. Assembling the MCR C. Assembling the Main PCB (E830-1) D. Assembling the COM PCB (E830-COM) E. Assembling the Power Supply PCB (E830-INLET) F.
A. Assembling the LCD/Touch Panel A-1. Lay four cables in the appropriate groove. LCD cable Backlight cables Earth cable A-2. Engage the LCD Unit and secure it with four screws. • NOTE: Do not tighten the screws excessively. (Reference torque value: 0.34N m or less) Screws (S10) Screws (S10)
A-3. Engage the Touch Panel. NOTE: Place the Touch Panel evenly inside the guides of the U-case. Guide Guide Touch panel Guide Guide A-4. Engage the U-Case Assy Block. NOTE: Before engaging the U-case Assy Block, be sure that the LCD and the Touch Panel are clean and free of dust, dirt, or any foreign matter.
A-6. Secure it with 17 screws. NOTE: Tighten the screws in the order of the numbers indicated in the illustration below. A-7. Engage the COM Chassis and the Main PCB, and then secure them with ﬁve screws. Screws (S5) — 27 —...
A-8. Plug 10 connectors and 1 FPC. NOTE: Do not tangle the wires. A-9. Secure it with seven screws. A-10. Connect the Touch Panel PCB (E830-TP) to the FPC. Screws (S9) Screws (S9) Screws (S9) NOTE: Position it so that the earth terminal Screws (S9) is in the correct orientation.
B. Assembling the MCR B-1. Connect the cables to the MCR Unit. B-2. Engage the MCR Unit and secure it with two screws. B-3. Engage the MCR Unit in the Main Unit. C. Assembling the Main PCB (E830-1) C-1. Engage the Main PCB and secure it with seven screws. C-2.
D. Assembling COM PCB (E830-COM) D-1. Install three COM PCBs (E830-COM) and secure them with two nuts each. D-2. Plug two connectors and the FPC. E. Assembling the Power Supply PCB (E830-INLET) E-1. Engage the Power Supply PCB (E830-INLET) and secure it with two screws. NOTE: two Drawer Cables are arranged under the PCB.
G. Assembling the Inverter Unit G-1. Engage the Inverter Unit and secure it with two screws. G-2. Connect three connectors. Screws (S5) H. Assembling the LED PCB (E830-E6) H-1. Engage the LEC PCB (E830-E6) and secure it with the screw. H-2.
J. Assembling the Rear Display J-1. Engage the Rear LCD PCD (E830-E22). J-2. Use solder to connect six lead wires. J-3. Connect the FPC. NOTE: Engage the FPC securely until it locks in. Black White Green White Black J-4. Engage the LCD Frame and secure it with two screws. Screws (S7) J-5.
Assembling the Rear Display Block NOTE: Check that the cables for the i-Button key receiver and the LED PCB (E830-E6) are contained in the tube. K-1. Plug the connector to the Rear Display and engage the Rear Display Block. Connector (REAR DISPLAY) K-2.
L. Assembling the B-case Assy Block L-1. Plug the connector to the Speaker and engage the B-case Assy Block. NOTE: Insert the B-case in the groove of the Card Cover. Connector (Speaker) L-2. Secure it with 12 screws. Screws (S1) Screws (S2) Screws (S3) —...
L-3. Engage two covers. HNG COVER CONNECTOR COVER L-4. Secure them with three screws. Screws (S4) M. Engage the Main Unit to the Stand. — 35 —...
5. OPTION INSTALLATION 5-1. To install the I-Button 210mm Wind two turns of cable around the coil. Coil 5-2. REMOTE PRINTER / SLIP PRINTER Connect the following peripherals to the COM ports respectively. REMOTE PRINTER: COM 4, 5 or 6 SLIP PRINTER: COM 2 COM3 COM2...
5-3. To install the DRAWER In case of connecting drawer, follow the procedure below. 1. Connect drawer connector (three color lead on drawer) to the terminal. 2. Connect frame drawer connector (green lead on drawer) to the terminal. Mount the cash register. 1.
6. IN LINE / ON LINE 6-1. Inline collection/consolidation system • Inline collection/consolidation and auto-programming for up to 32 terminals. Via COM 1 port of the master terminal or Inline (wire or wireless) Maximum 32 terminals 6-2. Online collection / consolidation system •...
6-3. Online collection / consolidation system (use FTP feature) • Online collection / consolidation and auto-programming for up to 32 terminals. ADSL/FTTH MODEM Internet ADSL/FTTH VPN rooter MODEM VPN rooter Maximum 32 terminals — 39 —...
(3) Release the switch when the screen below appears. * If the switch is released before this screen appears, either of the following modes is launched. • Power-failure recovery reboot • INIT boot-up Copyright(C)2008 CASIO COMPUTER CO.,LTD. All rights reserved. ROM VER. xxxxxx xxxx CREATE...
7-2. General Notes on the Diagnostic Program • The test result is printed out through an external printer. Baud rate :9600 bps Connection : COM1 • A scanner must be connected to COM2. • You may select “single test” or “repeat indeﬁnitely” for the number of retries.To repeat the test indeﬁnitely, enter any number except for 0 in the command specifying the number of retries.
7-4. Status Information Shows a screen as shown below on the LCD (XGA). (In this chapter, the area for entries and the area for test results are illustrated separately.) MAC ADRS XX-XX-XX-XX-XX-XX TEMP VOLTAGE CHARGE-MODE 360M DISP ON/OFF INSERT Status information is displayed continuously (in ordinary characters).
7-5. Memory Test Overview 7-5-1.Types of memory tests FLASH ROM FLASH ROM (for programming) (for hibernation) WRITE Test READ ONLY Test CLEAR Test CLEAR & WRITE/READ Test ...
[RAM Test] RAM Test uses, as the test area, all areas except for the program and system areas. USER area is not guaranteed after performing the test. RAM 64MByte 0x0000000 Area for BOOTER 0x0030000 Program/system area Scope of READ ONLY Test USER area Scope of WRITE/READ Test 0x3FDFFEF...
7-6. Test Items This program performs the following tests. Device to be checked Operation Note Page RAM, FROM (for programming), FROM (for hibernation), 1 Batch Test 1 Date/Time, Buzzer, Drawer, Receipt LCD,LCD backlight, REAR 2 Batch Test 2 DISPLAY, REAR DISPLAY backlight 3 RAM WRITE/READ Test n011...
7-7. Test Procedures [ 1 ] Batch Test 1 [Function] Performs the following tests in sequence. (1) RAM Test: RAM WRITE/READ Test (2) FROM (for program) Test Check Sum test for the program code area. (3) FROM (for hibernation) Test Displays/prints out the sum of the FLASH headers for hibernation.
[ 2 ] Batch Test 2 [Function] Performs the following tests in sequence. (1) LCD Test: Performs the LCD Display Test. To change the screen, touch any part of the panel. Reverse Check (black Black White Green Blue and white) check Select the test result "1"...
[ 3 ] RAM WRITE/READ Test [Function] Tests whether writing in/reading RAM is correctly performed. Test data is written on the RAM, and tests are performed to check if the data has been written properly. The areas where performing this test affects the operation are excluded from the test. [Operation] Operation : n n: Number of times...
[ 5 ] FLASH ROM CLEAR Test [Function] Tests whether FLASH ROM Clear erases the memory correctly. After this test, be sure to perform “ FLASH ROM WRITE/READ Test” before conducting other tests. If other tests are performed without having conducted FLASH ROM WRITE/READ Test, the program may be damaged and may not operate properly.
[ 6 ] FLASH ROM WRITE/READ Test [Function] Tests whether writing/reading to FLASH ROM is correctly performed. This test targets all areas except for the data protection areas. Be sure to perform “ FLASH ROM CLEAR Test” before this test. If other tests are performed without having conducted FLASH ROM CLEAR test, this program may be damaged and may not operate properly.
[ 7 ] FLASH ROM CLEAR & WRITE/READ Test [Function] Clears FLASH ROM memory and tests whether writing/reading is correctly performed. [Operation] Operation : c c: Specifying FLASH ROM FLASH ROM (for programming) FLASH ROM (for hibernation) n: Number of times 0 or no value To perform a single test A value other than 0 (1 ~ 9) Tests repeat inﬁnitely (press ESC to terminate)
[ 8 ] FLASH ROM CHECK SUM Test [Function] Performs CHECK SUM of FLASH ROM. This test is exclusively for FLASH ROM for programming. [Operation] Operation : n n: Number of times 0 or no value To perform a single test A value other than 0 (1 ~ 9) Tests repeat inﬁnitely (press ESC to terminate) [LCD] [PRINT]...
[ 10 ] CF-CARD WRITE/READ Test [Function] Tests whether writing in /reading CF Card is correctly performed. Be sure to perform “ CF-CARD CLEAR Test” before this test. After a CF Card is used for this test, the data contained in it and its operation cannot be guaranteed.
[ 12 ] CF-CARD CLEAR&WRITE/READ Test [Function] Clears CF Card memory and tests whether writing/reading is correctly performed. After a CF Card is used for this test, the data contained in it and its operation cannot be guaranteed. [Operation] Operation : n n: Number of times 0 or no value To perform a single test...
[ 13 ] LCD Test [Function] Tests whether LCD operates correctly. When performing a single test: To change the screen, touch any part of the panel. In order to complete the test, the operator must determine pass(OK)/fail(NG) of the result. When performing test inﬁnitely: The screens change automatically.
[ 15 ] LCD Calibration Setting [Function] Conﬁgures the calibration settings of the LCD (Touch Panel). When touching the cross marks on the LCD, 10 coordinates shown below are indicated in sequence. (X,Y) = (25,19) (487,19) (999,19) (25,365) ...
[LCD] TOUCH START Enter the Caribration mode ==>> Push Disp on/off key LCD display only Skip the Caribration mode ==>> Touch the panel (X1,Y1) : (XXX,XXX) Displays data 1 for calibration (X2,Y2) : (XXX,XXX) Displays data 2 for calibration (X9,Y9) : (XXX,XXX) Displays data 9 for calibration (Performs offset) (X10,Y10) : (XXX,XXX) Displays the position of the 10th coordinate (performs...
[ 16 ] VRAM CHECK Test [Function] Checks VRAM of the LCD. All areas except for the GDC system area are subjected to this test. VRAM is not backed up by the battery. A power failure during the test results in an error. This test uses the same test data as RAM Test to write on VRAM.
[ 17 ] REAR DISPLAY Test [Function] Tests whether REAR DISPLAY operates correctly. The backlight turns emerald green (white and green) during the test and turns off when the test ends. When performing a single test: To change the screen, touch any part of the panel. In order to complete the test, the operator must determine pass(OK)/fail(NG) of the result.
[ 18 ] REAR DISPLAY Backlight Test [Function] Tests whether REAR DISPLAY backlight operates correctly. In order to complete the test, the operator must determine Pass(OK)/fail(NG) of the result. (When performing a single test) The speciﬁed backlight turns on while performing the test and turns off when the test ends. [Operation] Operation : c c: Specifying the backlight color...
[ 19 ] REAR DISPLAY Contrast Adjustment [Function] Adjusts the contrast of REAR DISPLAY and writes the adjustment values on FLASH. FLASH may be written up to 16 times. Writing more than 16 times results in an error. When such an error occurs, you may follow the procedure “Clearing the contrast area”...
[ 20 ] REMOTE DISPLAY Test: [Function] Tests whether the data is correctly displayed on REMOTE DISPLAY. Be sure to connect REMOTE DISPLAY to COM3. When changing the baud rate, be sure to also change the settings on REMOTE DISPLAY. The backlight turns on in pastel green (green + white) when performing the test and turns off when the test ends.
[ 21 ] External Printer Output Test [Function] Connects a printer with a RS232C interface and tests whether the printer operates and prints properly. The external printer must be connected to COM. [Operation] Operation : x1 x2 x3 x1: Printout format Pattern A Pattern B x2: Specify COM port...
d: Specifying a printer External printer RJ External printer SLIP [LCD] RJ is connected Error display (when a printer is disconnected) xxxn03d NON PRINTER ERR xxxn03d [PRINT] There are two formats to print out to the external printer. RJ is set at 40 lines and SLIP at 35 lines. Pattern A Pattern B BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB...
[ 22 ] Ethernet Printer Output Test [Function] Tests whether the Ethernet printer operates and prints out properly. The illustration below shows how QT-6600 and the printer are connected. PRINTER UP-400 QT-6600 < Printer settings > The printer settings are ﬁxed. Please conﬁgure the printer to be used before the test. IP address: 192.168.0.100 Subnet mask:...
[LCD] xxxn03d EtherPrt EtherPrt When it is NG (communication error, etc.) xxxn03d [PRINT] There are two formats to print out to the external printer. Pattern A Pattern B BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB *8,888,88 — 66 —...
[ 23 ] COM (RS232C) Test [Function] Performs a loop back test on RS232C port. This test does not generate a printout of the result. To generate a printout, see “ Printing COM(RS232C) Test Result.” Please refer to the illustration in " COM(RS232C) Batch Test” for wiring. [Operation] Operation : x x: Specify the baud rate...
[ 24 ] COM (RS232C) Batch Test [Function] Performs a loop back batch test on RS232C port. When performing this test, attach the loop back connecters to all COM ports. Please see below for how to wire. [Operation] Operation : 4 Baud rate: COM1: 115 kbps, COM2-6: 19.2 kbps Number of test: once (ﬁxed) [LCD]...
[ 25 ] Printing COM (RS232C) Test Result [Function] Prints out COM (RS232C) test results. The printer must be connected to COM1 port at 9600 bps. [Operation] Operation : 4 [PRINT] COM1 RTSx=1 → CTSx=1 DTRx=1 → DSRx=1 DTRx=1 → CDx=1 DTRx=1 →...
[ 26 ] Ethernet Test [Function] Tests the Ethernet counter communication. QT-6600 in the reception mode becomes on standby and, then, QT-6600 in the transmitting mode sends data. Once the communication opens properly, the number of successful/failed communication to LCD is displayed on the counter, which will be printed out when the test ends.
a: Transmitting/receiving mode TCP transmitting mode TCP receiving mode Ping transmission Transmitting and receiving continue unless an error occurs. Press ESC to terminate the test. (To terminate the test, operate at the transmitting end.) <Ping transmission> Ping is sent to 192.168.0.10. When a ping is transmitted, the counter adds a value. After terminating it with ESC key, the number of successful/failed communication is displayed.
[ 27 ] Setting MAC (Media Access Control Address [Function] Conﬁgures MAC address [Operation] When an ID is set, perform the test with that ID. When you change the ID, run all operations starting from INIT boot-up. Operation : x x: Specifying how to write the address Writes a continual address based on MAC address on CF Card.
[PRINT] When conﬁguring using a CF Card MAC ADDRESS x0951 Write EEPROM : ****** x0951 When conﬁguring manually MAC ADDRESS x0951 1 : 008 2 : 000 3 : 116 4 : 255 5 : 003 6 : 000 Write EEPROM : ****** x0951 —...
[ 28 ] Date/Time Setting [ 29 ] Date/Time Display [Function] Conﬁgures or displays the date and time. If [ST] is pressed without an entry while Date/Time Setting, the Date/Time is displayed. [Operation] Date/Time Setting Operation : h hh: Hour, mm: minute, ss: second Operation : y yy: Year, mm: month, dd: day Date/Time Display...
[ 30 ] Drawer Test [Function] Tests whether drawers operate properly. In order to complete the test, the operator must determine pass(OK)/fail(NG) of the result. [Operation] Operation : x x: Drawer No. Opens all drawers. Opens Drawer 1 Opens Drawer 2 n: Number of times 0 or no value To perform a single test...
[ 31 ] Buzzer Test [Function] Tests whether the buzzer operates properly. When performing a single test, one-shot buzzer sounds once. When repeating a test inﬁnitely, the buzzer sounds intermittently for 500 msec. Press ESC key to terminate the buzzer. [Operation] Operation : n n: Number of times...
[ 32 ] MCR Test [Function] Tests whether the card reader (MCR) operates properly. The data read out is compared against the preset data to determine pass(OK)/fail(NG). Track 1: 1234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456 Track 2: 1234567890123456789012345678901234567 [Operation] Operation : 9 [LCD] MCR1 When it is operating properly MCR2 MCR1 ******************...
[ 33 ] Sound Test [Function] Tests whether sound is replayed properly through the internal or external speaker. In order to complete the test, the operator must determine pass(OK)/fail(NG) of the result. (when performing a single test) [Operation] Operation : a a: Volume Max.
[ 35 ] Charge Mode Test [Function] Turns OFF the Charge Mode [Operation] Operation : 9 [LCD] [PRINT] CAHRGE OFF CAHRGE OFF [ 36 ] OBR Test: [Function] Tests whether the scanner connected operates correctly. The data read out is compared against the preset data to determine pass(OK)/fail(NG). Be sure to connect OBR to COM2.
[ 37 ] PS/2 Keyboard Test [Function] Tests whether the interface operates correctly. An echo command is transmitted to PS/2 interface keyboard to see if there is a correct echo response. It must be a command-response communication, and one transmission is performed per test. If there is an error in data reception or a transmission time-out, the test is repeated the speciﬁed number of times.
9. ERROR CODE LIST 9-1. Error message This section describes what to do when you have problems with operation. When an error occurs Errors are indicated by an error codes. When this happens, you can usually ﬁnd out what the problem is as illustrated below.
Prompt message Meaning Action E048 Insert Slip Paper and Alarm when no paper is inserted in the Insert new slip paper. retry. Slip. E049 CHECK memory full. Check tracking index full/near end Finalize and close the check number currently used. E050 Detail memory full.
Prompt message Meaning Action ********** Busy at target ECR which has printer E072 Target printer terminal is “****” means ECR logical ID and printer busy. number. ********** Time out at ECR which has printer Follow the prompt message. E073 Your receipt/order may “****”...
Prompt message Meaning Action E150 Incorrect value entry. Incorrect entry for PGM Enter proper value again. E151 Incorrect Key Pressed. Linking is incorrect. Enter proper key again. E152 PGM File or Memory No such ﬁle, no such record Enter ﬁle/record number again. number does not Exist.
Prompt message Meaning Action E212 Card Expired. Card is expired. This card cannot be used. E213 Card Validation Failed. Card validation is failed. This card cannot be used. E215 Card Format Error. Card format error This card cannot be used. E240 Customer No.
9-2. Operation prompt All prompt messages, together with descriptors and symbol characters for displaying / printing 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 X / Z report data which Backup to R/J printer? cannot be printed out.
9-3. 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 0079 Z lock release error on satellite terminal 0081 Check tracking master is removed from system. 0082 Check tracking backup master is removed from system. 0128 Parameter error / Maximum length of send error 0130 Error drive 0134 Network parameter error 0138...
9-4. CPU Exceptional Error The functions of the CPU (SH series) include exception handling. If an exception other than reset and general interrupt (hereafter called “general exception”) occurs, the OS displays a message as shown below and stops the operation of ECR, because the operation after that cannot be guaranteed. The example shown below indicates the screen displayed when “reservation instruction code exception”...
Causes of error occurrence (1) error no. 40: TLB address comparison results in address mismatch (2) error no. 60: TLB entry is invalid Description of phenomenon: The CPU performs a conversion from logical address to physical address when accessing the external memory. TLB is what caches that information.
9-5. Booster Error ERR for XXX nn XXX: INIT…INIT error IPL…IPL error Refer to the Error Code Correspondence Table below Error Code Correspondence Table Error No. Description of error CF card is not inserted. CF card is not formatted correctly FROM erase error FROM write error RAM write error...
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 :...