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Quick Set Up Guide

TE-4000/4500

Shared Check Tracking

Floating Clerk

&

Shared Kitchen Printing

November 2003

TK4000 QUICK SET UP GUIDE CHAPTERS

Chapter 1

Hardware and Cable Specifications

Chapter 2

Loading the IPL Via CF Card and PC

Chapter 3

Initialising the Terminal

Chapter 4

Memory Allocation

Chapter 5

Function Keys

Chapter 6

Setting up the In-linenetwork

Chapter 7

Setting up shared check tracking

Chapter 8

Setting up floating clerk

Chapter 9

Setting up shared printing

Chapter 10

Simple time and Attendance

Chapter 11

Downloading graphic logo’s

Chapter 12

CF Card functions and In-linesend and receive

Chapter 13

Dallas key set up

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CHAPTER 1

HARDWARE

CONFIGURATION

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Cable Specifications

There are two types of In-linecables that can be used

(1)Casio In-line(ARCNET Selector switch 1)

(2)Cat-5A(Selector switch 2)

The type of cable being used is decided via the In-lineselector switch located on the bottom of the terminal

ARCNET Specification

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Hardware Specification

This diagram shows the hardware options for the TE-4000/4500

The shared items are all optional

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CHAPTER 2

LOADING THE IPL

QUICK SET UP 1

Required equipment

A PC and a CF card

APRL-CB2(RS232 / Laplink cable)

(1)Load the IPL file to the CF card

(2)Initialise the Terminal with 44449999 Sub-Total0Sub-total

(3)Insert the CF card into the front of the terminal

(4)Enter 20 Sub-Total

The IPL will now be loaded to your terminal

The next pages will show in detail the procedure of loading the IPL via both a CF card and via PC

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Loading the IPL via the CF card to the terminal

Go to the dealer companion CD

Double click on the TE-3000-4000-4500IPL folder

Copy the file below to the CF card using a PC

On the cash register

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Loading the IPL via PC

Plug your PRL-CB2RS-232standard lap link cable in to Com 1

Wiring diagram

Load CV-10to your PC

This file can be found on your Dealer Companion CD

Go in to the CV-10folder and double click on C_comw Icon

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You should see this screen

(1)Set the Com direction to IPL

(2)Set Communication line to online

(3)Select profile name TE-4000.ini

(4)Select the dos file name to TE30_45.ipl

(5)Press the add key the screen should look the same as the above

On the cash register

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CHAPTER 3

INITIALISING THE

TERMINAL

QUICK SET UP 2

Turn the key to program

Switch the power switch off at the side of the terminal

Hold down the journal feed key

Switch the power switch on at the side of the terminal

Keep holding down the journal key until you see 10 zero’s

Enter 10820 (clerk buttons) or 10830 (secret numbers) sub-totalEnter zerosub-totalorsub-totalby itself if the terminal isIn-line

The next pages will show you in detail the initialisation process of the TE-4000/4500Range of terminals

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How to Initialises the cash register in detail

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Enter 10820 for clerk push down buttons

Enter 10830 for clerk secret numbers

Press sub-totalto detect machine number automatically Or

Enter machine number sub-totalto choose the machine number

To reprogram the terminal ID after initialisation

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CHAPTER 4

MEMORY ALLOCATION

Quick set up 3

Setting up the memory allocation for shared clerk interrupt, check tracking and shared printing.

This allocation will give you 20 clerks and 100 tables

Enter 07 then enter 20

Enter 11 then enter 200

Enter 15 then enter 100

Enter 35 then enter 800

Enter 49 then enter 800

Enter 60 then enter 1500

Enter 93 then enter 7

This completes the simple set up of check tracking files The next pages will explain the memory allocation in detail

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Memory allocation

File definition codes

Enter the file code 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 before the file number

The new files in the memory allocation

File 019 Time and Attendance / File 061 Employee File

File 027 Dallas Key ID

File 035 Printer Buffer for Remote/Shared Printer

File 069 LCD Colour Control File

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Memory Allocation sheets

System files

Check files

Clerk files

Scanning files

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Program / Buffer files

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CHAPTER 5

FREE FUNCTION KEYS

QUICK SET UP 4

The following instructions will allow you to program the function keys needed to use check tracking, clerk interrupt and shared printing.

New Old Check key

Enter 93 then press the key position

New Balance Key

Enter 06 then press the key position

Covers Key

Enter 43 then press the key position

Table Number key

Enter 58 then press the key position

Table Transfer

Enter 14 then press the key position

Add Check

Enter 94 then press the key position

Separate check

Enter 95 then press the key position

The next few pages will explain the function keys in detail

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Assigning Function Keys

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Keyboard Worksheet

New Function Key

CLOCK IN/OUT which is used for the time and attendance function

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Function keys for Pubs and Restaurants

Add Check (94)

This function allows two open checks to be added together

Arrangement key (44)

This function allows you to program sequences of buttons and function for example you can program a cash key to have a preset price for automatic change calculation

Clerk Number key (72)

This function allows you to sign clerks on and off the cash register You can use one key or multiple keys

Clerk transfer Key (13)

This Function allows you to transfer a balance from one clerk to another

Operation of clerk transfer

Sign on clerk

Enter Clerk number you want to transfer from and hit the clerk transfer key

Enter the clerk number you want to transfer to and hit the operator number key

Press the clerk transfer key

Customer number key (43)

This function allows you to enter the number of covers seating on a table

Ketten Bon (113)

This function allows you to produce individual stubs for each customer

It is used mostly in entrance machines

To use this function the PLU’s must be set to go to an order printer

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New Balance (06)

This function is used to temporally finalise or hold a transaction

New / Old Check (93)

This function is used to open Checks / Tables

#/NS (041)

Used to open the drawer and for cash declaration operation

Operator Number Key (078)

This key is used when transferring a check from one clerk to another

Receipt (038)

This function allows you to produce post and guest receipts

Price shift (070)

This function allows you to have a second price for PLU’s . This is usually used for half pints and doubles

Separate Check (095)

This function is used to split a bill in to the number of people sitting at a table or the amount of people paying for the meal. Each Item of the bill can be separated into another temporary check/table for payment

Table Number Key (58)

This function is a table reference number

It can be possible in some applications that you are check/bill number 100 but setting at table number 1

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Table transfer (014)

This function allows you to transfer from one table to another. If you program the status bit (1000000) to the function key it will allow you to add to a check that is already open.

This function can also be used to transfer sub-totalbalances for simple hotel specifications

Text Recall (010)

This function allows you to register pre-determinedtext

Tray Total (074)

This function allows you to get a sub-totalof each tray in a canteen application

Notes

If you want to use clerk interrupt please make sure you have a NB key on the keyboard.

If you want to use a Slip printer please make sure you have a Slip print key on the keyboard.

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CHAPTER 6

SETTING UP THE IN-LINENETWORK

QUICK SET UP GUIDE 5

This set up is designed for four terminals

Make sure all terminals have the correct Terminal ID’s after initialisation

Master terminal

0191 1100

1200

1200

1200

Send In-Lineconnection table to all terminals

Command code = 091

Your network is now configured to allow shared check tracking

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Setting up the In-Linenetwork in detail

To set up the in-linenetwork you must install the I/OPB-17boards into each terminal.

There are 2 types of In-linenetwork selectable via a selector switch, which can be found on the underside of the cash register

Selector switch position 1 = Casio In-Line(ARCNET) Selector switch position 2 =Cat-5ACable

Initialise the first terminal and the machine number will be MC#01connect the Casio or Cat-5cable to the white Casio connector or the OUT port ofCat-5board.

In-linecable

Master

Add the second cash register and plug the In-linecable into the white Casio connector or the IN port of theCat-5board

Initialise the cash register and check that the terminal has been recognised in the In-linenetwork by checking that the MC# number is MC#02

In-line

Master

Satellite

Add the third cash register to the network and plug the In-linecable into the white Casio connector or the OUT port of machine 2 to the IN port of theCat-5board.

Initialise the cash register and check that the terminal has been recognised in the In-linenetwork by checking that the MC# number is MC#03

Copy the above for machine 4 looking for MC#04 after initialisation

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After all the terminals have MC#1, MC#2, MC#3, MC#4

You need to program the system connection table in each terminal to tell each machine what job it will be doing (Master/Slave)

Program the records for each cash register on the master terminal Please follow the procedure on the following page

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Example

For a 4 terminal system you would program the following in the In-Lineconnection table

Record 1-91Master Terminal = 1100

Record 2-911st Slave Terminal =1200

Record 3-912nd Slave Terminal =1200

Record 4-913rd Slave Terminal =1200

After programming these records make sure you flag Mac the Master terminal.

Sending the In-lineconnection table across the network

Follow the procedure below to send the In-lineconnection table across the network

Command code = 091

Your network is now configured to allow shared check tracking and floating clerk interrupt.

Please read the next three chapters to set up the flags to allow the use of Floating check, clerk and shared printing.

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Explanation of different types of check tracking systems

Master and Satellite/Slave system

Master

Satellite

Satellite

In this type of system the check tracking the detail is kept in the Check Tracking master.

This type of system allows you to float checks and clerks and share printers

Self Master System

Self Master

Self Master

Self Master

In this type of system the check tracking detail is kept in each cash register terminal

This type of system still allows you to consolidate sales figures at the end of the day, but does not allow the floating of Checks and Clerks

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CHAPTER 7

SETTING UP SHARED CHECK TRACKING

QUICK SET UP GUIDE 6
Make sure files 15 and 60 are allocated in memory allocation

Make sure you have at least a New/Old Check key and a New Balance function on the keyboard

Setting the terminal up for Table Tracking

Turn the key to program

2622 100000

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Setting up Shared check tracking in detail

If you plan to use clerk interrupt and check tracking you must follow the procedures below

In order to open a check you must first remove the clerk interrupt buffers from the clerks you wish to open checks.

Please note that clerks who can open checks can not do clerk Interrupt.

For the UK style of check tracking please change the 2622 code digit 6 to the table tracking method (1)

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Turn the key to program

2622 100000

Master recovery procedure to reconnect the network Note: MGR Mode is X position

Busy check reset procedure

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If you are using clerk interrupt and check tracking

If you are using clerk interrupt and check tracking together

For example

You sign on a clerk interrupt clerk and transfer a round of drinks to a table or check

The Table/Check can then be recalled by a Table Clerk (A clerk with no interrupt buffer)

In order to do this operation you have to make sure that the table clerk has the presetting that he/she can open checks that belong to or have been opened by other clerks.

Please follow the procedure below in order to program the table clerks to pick up tables/checks

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Use the procedure below to program the Table Clerk Turn the key to program

Enter Clerk Number (Record Number) followed by 07 then enter 67 Sub-totalfor the address code

Make sure digit 5 = 1 (Allow clerks to open other peoples checks) Press the cash key to finish the procedure

To Program to a range of clerks
Turn the key to program

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To add to a check/table more than once

To be able to add to an occupied or used check you must set the Table Transfer key status digit 7 = 1

Use the procedure below to program the table transfer key
Turn the key to program

Enter 1000000 and hit the Table Transfer key

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CHAPTER 8

SETTING UP FLOATING CLERK INTERRUPT

QUICK SET UP 7
Setting up the 2722 code to allow clerk interrupt
Switch the terminal to the program position

2722 1000000000

2622 100000

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How to set up floating clerk Interrupt in detail

Make sure you have set up the In-linenetwork from the above notes, Also please make sure that you have not removed the clerk interrupt buffers

Enable Clerk Interrupt in the 2722 code

Switch to the program position

2722 1000000000

If you need to assign the Clerk Interrupt buffers use the worksheet below

Note: MGR Mode is X position

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Note: The clerk interrupt buffers are set for the first 15 clerks when you initialise the cash register terminal with 10820/10830

How to assign a clerk number to a clerk key

This setting is very Important when using floating clerk interrupt

When using clerk interrupt you must change to the table method of Check tracking

Changing the 2622 code digit 6 to table tracking method

Switch to the program position

2622 100000

If you are using clerk interrupt and check tracking together please read pages 32, 33 and 34

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CHAPTER 9

SETTING UP SHARED

PRINTING

Quick set up 8

Make sure files 35, 49, 93 are allocated

35

(remote printer buffer)

(800 records)

49

(Local printer buffer)

(800 records)

93

(Printer connection table) (7 records)

Programming of the printer connection table
Record number for setting up Order/Kitchen Printer = 4

Enter 0493 2001010100

Flag Mac the terminal

The next pages will show in detail how to set up the shared printing options and back up’s

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How to set up shared printing in detail

Turn the key to program

Note the first three records of file 93 should not be changed unless you are connecting a remote receipt printer.

If you are adding a kitchen / Order printer please use record number 4-93

Example to set up a Kitchen / Order printer on terminal number 1 And you are using External printer number 1 and the back up printer is terminal number 1’s internal receipt printer

You would program this

Program 3 4-932001010100

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Setting up Com port 2/3 for External printing

Turn the key to program

Program 0198 for Com 1

Program 0298 for Com 2

Program 0398 for Com 3

External printer 1

To set up an Epsom TM-T88you need to enter 008010 To set up an EpsomTM-U210you need to enter 018020

External printer 2

To set up an Epsom TM-T88you need to enter 008110 To set up an EpsomTM-U210you need to enter 018120

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CHAPTER 10

SETTING UP TIME &

ATTENDENCE

Quick set up 8
Make sure you have allocated files 19 and file 61

File 19 is the time and attendance file

File 61 is the employee file

Maximum number of records is 99 for both files
Assign a clock In/Out key to the keyboard

108 (clock in/out) press the function key

Assigning employee numbers

0161 Employee Number

Operation

Press clock IN/OUT key

Enter employee number and press the clock IN/OUT key Press the cash key

The next few pages will show you how to set up time and attendance in detail

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Time and attendance in detail

First program the employee file from the worksheet below
Turn the key to program

Operation of time and attendance

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Clock In/Out function worksheet
To take the time and attendance report

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CHAPTER 11

SETTING UP

GRAPHIC LOGO’S

Go to the dealer companion CD

Double click on the QT & TE Range Graphic Logo’s folder

Double click the new TE-4000Logo & Watermark folder

Copy the Casio and Thank logo’s to the logo folder of the store you have created for your customer in CV-10

Double click the store you have just created

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Double click the TE4000F or TE-4500folder

Inside this folder you will see the following files

Double click the logo folder

Paste the Casio graphic logo and the Thank watermark files to the logo folder

Go back to your CV-10folder and double click on the icon below

The CV-10program will now be loaded and you should see the following screen

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Click on the OK button on the data maintenance screen

Click on the OK button on the user maintenance screen
You should now see this screen
Double click on the Graphic Logo Icon
And proceed to the next page

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You should now see the two logo’s that you pasted to the logo folder

Set the file number on the software you wish to send down to the cash register

File 47 External printer logo

File 67 Internal printer graphic logo

File 68 Watermark logo

Double click the logo you wish to send.

This logo will then be sent to the cash register terminal.

To download the logo from the Cash Register to an External printer follow procedure below

Turn the key to program

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CHAPTER 12

CF CARD OPTIONS

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In-Linesend and receive

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CHAPTER 13

DALLAS KEYS

Dallas key Installation
Dallas key programming

For Non-magneticDallas keys you don’t need to do any more programming

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For magnetic Dallas keys you need to program two more options Follow the two procedures below

To enable auto new balance for magnetic Dallas keys Turn to program mode

2622 300000

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To allow use of magnetic Dallas keys Turn to program mode

2722 1100000000

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CHAPTER 14 ERROR CODES

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