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Royal Consumer Business Products

Cash Register Manual

99 Departments

1600 PLUs

Easy Set-up

Instructions

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WELCOME...

to the Royal family of fine business machines. We sincerely hope you will enjoy the many benefits of being associated with a distinguished product name that has represented both quality and customer satisfaction since 1905.

This electronic cash register is designed to help your business function smoothly by providing efficient register operations and accurate management reports. Start-up is quick and easy, yet there are many options that can be added and revised so that you can customize your operations for optimum productivity. Here are just a few of the register's many valuable features:

Heavy-duty thermal printer with journal and receipt printouts. Allows the printing of both letters and numbers on the receipt and journal tapes. Each department can be programmed with a 16 character description i.e., "Food", "Beverages", etc.

Alpha display shows alpha descriptions in both program and register modes.

Alpha keyboard cuts programming time in half! Program your own store name and commercial message - 9 lines by 24 characters each.

99 departments allow you to categorize merchandise to be sold. Each department can be programmed with a 16-character description.

1600 Price Look-Up (PLU) settings allow for fast, accurate entry of an item and records the number of items sold.

40 clerk numbers monitor sales of individual employees.

Automatic tax computation available for 4 different tax rates, including add-on and VAT.

Department-linked entry options that streamline and speed-up operation.

Periodic management reports provide up-to-date sales analysis, including mid-day, end-of- day, weekly or monthly totals.

Memory protection maintains financial records during power outage.

Training mode available for new users.

The ROYAL CONSUMER PRODUCT SUPPORT HOTLINE gives you the opportunity to call for start-up assistance and problem resolution or for ordering supplies.

Customer Service (in U.S.A.): 1-800-272-6229 (or) +1-732-563-9944

Customer Service (in Canada): 1-888-266-9380

Customer Service (in Mexico): 01-800-849-4826

Ordering Supplies: 1-888-261-4555

Or visit our website for more information and troubleshooting at www.royal.com.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

UNPACKING YOUR CASH REGISTER and SET UP ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1

Preparation ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1

Standard Accessories ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1

Initial Set Up-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1

Maintenance of your Register------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

1

GETTING TO KNOW YOUR CASH REGISTER-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

2

Using the Manual ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

2

How to Get Started--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

2

BAR CODE SCANNER --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

2

SECURITY SYSTEM and ERROR CONDITIONS---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

3

5-way Security System---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

3

Error Conditions------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

3

CONTROL LOCK SYSTEM--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

4

The Control Lock-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

4

The Control Keys ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

4

Cash Drawer with Lock---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

4

KEYBOARD FUNCTIONS-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

5-7

DISPLAY WINDOWS ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

8

Operator Display-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

8

Customer Display----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

8

PRINTER --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

9

INSTALLING THE PAPER ROLL ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

10-11

Installing the Paper Roll for the Receipt ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

10

Installing the Paper Roll for the Journal ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

11

REMOVING THE PAPER ROLLS ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

12

To Remove the Paper Roll for the Receipt -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

12

To Remove the Paper Roll for the Journal -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

12

REPLACING THE BATTERY----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

13

QUICK START -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

14-15

AFTER QUICK START --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

16-17

Program Confirmation Report----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

16

BEFORE GOING TO REGISTER MODE ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

18

ADVANCED PROGRAMMING--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

19

CLERK NUMBERS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

20-21

To Program Clerk Numbers ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

20

To Program a Clerk Name --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

20

To Use Clerk Numbers-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

21

MANAGER PASSWORDS-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

22

To Program the X Manager Passwords ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

22

To Program the Manager Password -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

22

DATE/TIME/MACHINE NUMBER----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

23

To Program the Date ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

23

To Program the Time---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

23

To Program the Machine Number ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

23

TAX RATES ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

24-27

To Program a Single Fixed Tax Rate ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

24

To Program a Second Fixed Tax Rate ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

24

Tax Table Rate -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

25

To Program a Single Tax Table Rate ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

25

To Program a Second Tax Table Rate ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

25

To Program a Third Tax Table Rate--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

26

VAT Tax Rate-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

27

Programming the VAT Tax Rate ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

27

To Programming a Second VAT Tax Rate -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

27

DEPARTMENT PROGRAMMING------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

28-32

To Program Department as Taxable -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

31

To Program Department as Non-Taxable ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

31

Department Programming for Department 21 to Department 99-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

32

COUPON DISCOUNT----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

33-35

To Program the Coupon [-/CPN] Key ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

35

MINUS PERCENTAGE DISCOUNT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

36

PLUS PERCENTAGE--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

37

PRICE LOOK-UP (PLU)-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

38-39

To Program PLU’s-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

38

To Search a Vacant PLU Number ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

39

To Delete PLU Data ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

39

TRAINING MODE -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

40

To Turn on the Training Mode ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

40

To Shut Off the Training Mode---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

40

TABLE OF CONTENTS (Continued)

 

GRAND TOTAL PRESET --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

41

To Set the Grand Total to Zero --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

41

To Assign a Value to the Grand Total -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

41

TRANSACTION NUMBER PRESET ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

42

To Program the Transaction Number------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

42

Rounding Method for Finalizing Amount --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

43

X1 and X2 COUNTER PRESET------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

44

To Program the X1 Counter Number ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

44

To Program the X2 Counter Number ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

44

Z1 and Z2 COUNTER PRESET ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

45

To Program the Z1 Counter Number ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

45

To Program the Z2 Counter Number ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

45

PROGRAMMING ALPHANUMERIC DESCRIPTIONS --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

46-51

Alpha Keyboard----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

46

To Input Character ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

46

Alphanumeric Code Chart --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

47

Wide Characters---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

48

PROGRAM STORE LOGO/COMMERCIAL MESSAGE ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

49-51

SCROLL MESSAGE---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

52

SCROLL MESSAGE SETTINGS-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

53

SCROLL MESSAGES PATTERN ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

54

TO PROGRAM THE TRANSACTION WORDS------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

55-58

FLAG OPTIONS-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

59-65

To Take a Flag Report -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

59

PROGRAM CONFIRMATION REPORTS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

66-68

To Take a Program Confirmation Basic Preset Report -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

66

To Take a Clerk Confirmation Report------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

67

To Take a Department Report ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

68

PLU CONFIRMATION REPORT -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

69

To Take a PLU Confirmation Report-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

69

To Take a PLU Range Report ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

69

TRANSACTION EXAMPLES FOR OPERATING THE CASH REGISTER ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

70-86

Sample Receipt ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

70

Transaction Symbols ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

70

Example 1:

Cash Sale Without Tendering Change-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

71

Example 2:

Cash Sale With Tendering Change -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

71

Example 3:

Using the Dept Shift Key and Tendering Change -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

71

Example 4:

Charge Sale -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

72

Example 5:

Check Sale-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

72

Example 6:

Split Tendering Sale-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

72

Example 7:

No-Sale Function-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

73

Example 8:

Registering a Reference Number--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

73

Example 9:

Multiplying by a Fraction -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

73

Example 10:

Multiplication Sale----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

74

Example 11:

Registering a Department Unit Price ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

74

Example 12:

Multiplication of a Department Unit Price----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

74

Example 13:

Department ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

75

Example 14:

Exempting Tax on an Item-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

75

Example 15:

Adding Tax to a Non-Taxable Department--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

75

Example 16:

Received-On-Account Sale ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

76

Example 17:

Paid-Out Sale ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

76

Example 18:

Return Sale ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

76

Example 19:

Coupon Discount Sale----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

77

Example 20:

Minus Percentage Discount Sale--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

78

Example 21:

Plus Percentage Sale-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

79

Example 22:

Use of Error-Correct (EC) Key------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

80

Example 23:

Voiding a Sale---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

80

Example 24:

Voiding a Multiplication Sale --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

80

Example 25:

Voiding a Coupon Sale ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

81

Example 26:

Voiding a Minus Percentage Discount Sale ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

81

Example 27:

Voiding a Plus Percentage Sale ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

81

Example 28:

Voiding a Department Preset Price -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

82

Example 29:

Voiding a Multiplication of a Department Preset Price-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

82

Example 30:

Voiding a Department Preset with a Minus Percentage Discount --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

83

Example 31:

Voiding a Department Preset with a Coupon Discount ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

83

Example 32:

PLU Sale ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

84

Example 33:

Voiding a PLU Sale--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

84

Example 34:

Voiding a PLU Multiplication Sale -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

84

Example 35:

Voiding a PLU Sale with a Coupon Discount-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

85

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Example 36: Voiding a PLU Sale with a Minus Percentage Discount ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

85

Example 37: Voiding a PLU Sale with a Plus Percentage Rate-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

85

Example 38: Issuing a Duplicate Receipt ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

86

X/Z MANAGEMENT REPORTS --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

87-96

“X” Position Reading----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

87

“Z” Position Reading ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

87

Management Reports Available -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

87

Summary Management Reports --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

88-89

To Take a Cash-in-Drawer / Check-in-Drawer Report --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

90

To Take an Hourly Report---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

90

To Take a Department Range Report -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

91

To Take a Clerk Report ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

91

To Take an Individual Clerk Report---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

92

To Take a PLU Report -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

92

To Take a Cash Declaration Report--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

93

To Take a Group Report-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

94

To Take a Full Report --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

95

To Take a (Weekly or Monthly) Full Report ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

95

“Z1” Reading - Full Report Illustration------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

96

PC INTERFACE AND SOFTWARE -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

98

TROUBLESHOOTING-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

99

In Case of an Error Tone or if "E" Displays -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

99

If Printing Problems Occur --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

99

If Cash Register is Malfunctioning ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

99

Opening the Cash Drawer in an Emergency---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

99

Half System Clear Procedure ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

99

Full System Clear Procedure-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

99

SPECIFICATIONS and SAFETY ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

100-101

LIMITED WARRANTY-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

102

ACCESSORIES ORDER FORM----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

103

APPENDIX 1 - STATE TAX TABLE CODES -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

104-109

APPENDIX 2 - CALCULATING STATE TAX TABLE CODES ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

110-114

APPENDIX 3 - GST/PST FOR CANADA ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

115-116

UNPACKING YOUR CASH REGISTER and SET-UP

PREPARATION

When your cash register is new in its factory packaging, you will find the various items for the register packaged separately. Look for and unwrap the following: 2 paper rolls, black journal winder spindle, bar code reader, serial cable and duplicate key sets for the Control Lock and Cash Drawer Lock.

STANDARD ACCESSORIES

The following are included in the box with your cash register:

Instruction manual

(1) black plastic journal winder spindle

(2) starter rolls of standard thermal paper tape (58mm), Royal Reorder Number (013127)

(1) memory back-up battery (model CR-2032, 3-Volts) (already installed in the cash register)

Bar Code Reader

Serial Cable for PC Connection (9-pin serial connector on one end and RJ14 jack on the opposite end)

Keys: (2) Cash Drawer Keys (515)

(2)Manager's Program Keys (MA, 33 I)

(2) Operator Register Keys (OP, 33 A)

IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU READ THE INITIAL SET-UP AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO OPERATE THE CASH REGISTER.

* * * VERY IMPORTANT * * *

You MUST INITIALIZE the cash register after unpacking it and plugging it in for the first time, before any programming or starting to use it. See Steps #6 and 7 below.

INITIAL SET UP

1.Locate on level surface - Before operating the cash register, be sure it is placed on a level surface to permits smooth operation of the register cash drawer.

2.This cash register operates on any standard three-hole electrical outlet (115-120 volt, 60 hertz). It is recommended that the cash register be connected to an electrical circuit where no other electrical device or appliance is connected which may overload the circuit or cause electrical interference with the cash register. It is best that a single circuit be provided for register operations.

3.Confirm the power switch located on the right hand corner of the cabinet to the “OFF” position.

4.Plug in the cash register. Insert Manager's Program Key (MA, 33 I ) and turn to the "PRG" position.

5.Install paper - Refer to Page 10-11 for paper installation instructions.

6.Initialize the cash register by holding down the clear key and setting the power switch to the “ON” position.

7.Install the battery – Refer to Page 13. If Spanish, French or German is used instead of English, hold down the numeral 2, 3 or 4 key respectively instead of the clear key.

MAINTENANCE OF YOUR REGISTER

Your register must remain uncovered when turned on; this will allow proper cooling of electronic components.

Use a dust cover when the register is not in operation to protect mechanical components from dust.

Take care to keep beverages and other liquids away from the machine to avoid spills which may damage electronic components (use optional protective keytop cover to prevent damage to machine).

To clean, use a soft dry cloth. Do not use harsh solutions containing alcohol.

Your machine should be kept in areas free from dust, dampness or extreme temperatures (hot or cold).

After storage in extreme temperatures (below 32 degrees Fahrenheit or above 104 degrees Fahrenheit), allow the temperature inside the machine enough time to reach room temperature before switching on.

Never pull the paper tape through the printhead. To prevent damage, always use the electronic paper feed key.

Should electronic service be needed, a Royal authorized service center is recommended.

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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR CASH REGISTER

USING THIS MANUAL

Your cash register manual is organized for easy reference. The front portion contains general information on all features and functions of the cash register. Instructions for setting the programs are next. Transaction examples for operating the register are at the back of the manual, along with information on troubleshooting. Use the TABLE OF CONTENTS to locate a particular section you are interested in.

Throughout this manual references to the Keypad are shown in bold and in parentheses. References to the Numeric Keypad are preceded by the word "ENTER"; for example: ENTER the number (1). References to the Operational Keys are preceded by the word "PRESS"; for example: PRESS the [AMOUNT TEND/TOTAL] Key.

HOW TO GET STARTED

Before you begin to program or use your new Royal Cash Register, you should spend some time becoming familiar with the Control Lock System, Keyboard Functions and the Display. Review setting up and basic maintenance information. Then proceed by installing the paper roll. Follow the easy Quick Start program. Finish by practicing the transaction examples provided.

PROGRAMMING THE CASH REGISTER

Simple step-by-step instructions are provided to help you quickly program your register for standard operations. Please refer to the Quick Start programming on Pages 14 and 15.

OPERATING THE CASH REGISTER

Transaction examples are provided for registering various operations, such as cash, check, or charge sales; tendering change; multiple item sale; PLU sale; split tendering; voiding; refunding; discounting; coupon reduction and more. For details see Pages 70-86.

PROBLEMS WITH USAGE OF THE CASH REGISTER

If you are having technical difficulties or if your cash register is malfunctioning, refer to the Troubleshooting section on Page 99.

BAR CODE SCANNER

A bar code scanner is included with this cash register. The bar code scanner plugs directly into the cash register in the RJ45 ports on the right side of the cash register. The bar code scanner is “plug-and-play” and neither the bar code scanner nor the cash register need any additional or special programming.

Important Note: The bar code scanner should always be plugged in and connected or disconnected from the cash register while the Mode key of the cash register is in the “OFF” position. The cash register should only be turned “on” and to a specific mode after the bar code scanner or the serial cable to the PC is already connected to the cash register.

2

SECURITY SYSTEM and ERROR CONDITIONS

FIVE-WAY SECURITY SYSTEM: Your Royal cash register is protected by an efficient security system that incorporates the following:

·A Control Lock that cannot be activated without the Operator Register Key or Manager's Program Key. The Register Key accesses the "OFF" mode and "REG" modes only, thus limiting access to other modes only to individuals who are authorized to use the Manager's Program key.

·A heavy duty locking cash drawer.

·High digit lockout option which prevents excessively high register over rings.

·Availability of 40 clerk numbers to monitor access and sales of individual operators.

·2-way Password system to prevent unauthorized programming or printing of management reports. A password can be programmed to limit access to "PRG", "X" and "Z" positions.

·A broad range of management reports to provide detailed data on virtually all cash register operations performed on the machine; monitors use of the "No Sale" key, number of voids, refunds, etc.

ERROR CONDITIONS

REGISTER TONE - This cash register emits a brief audible tone that sounds to confirm registration each time a key is pressed. If desired, this tone can be eliminated. See Flag # 69, Page 63.

ENTRY ERROR ALARM - When using the register, all operations must be performed in the proper sequence. If an error occurs, the register will sound a continuous tone alarm (a "KEY OP ERR" message appears in the display and the keyboard locks). To clear the error/lock condition, the operator simply presses the [CLEAR] key and continues to operate in the proper sequence. IMPORTANT - When an operation is begun but not completed in the "REG" position, turning the control lock to another position will result in an alarm/error condition. When a transaction is begun in the "REG" position, it must be completed by using of one of the totalizer keys (i.e., the [AMOUNT TEND/TOTAL] key before changing to another position.

MAXIMUM ENTRY LOCK-OUT - To prevent the operator from entering an erroneously high price into the register, the register can be programmed to limit the number of digits that can be entered in the transaction. The register can be programmed to "Lock-Out" after an entry of one (.09) to seven (99,999.99) digits.

CLEAR KEY [CLEAR] - As described above, the Clear [CLEAR] key will erase an alarm condition caused by an operational error (usually pressing a key which was not proper for that operation). The [CLEAR] key will not erase a transaction which has been registered by an operating key and printed on the register tape. To erase entries made in error after pressing the Department key or any other operating key causing the entry to be printed on the tape, use the Void [VOID] key function to correct the error.

ERROR - A "KEY OP ERR" message is displayed when a numerical entry exceeds the specified number of digits or a misoperation is done.

HALF SYSTEM CLEAR - If an error tone still persists, perform a Half System Clear. For details on a Half System Clear see Page 99.

FULL SYSTEM CLEAR - If the operator cannot correct an error lock condition, as a last resort a Full System Clear should be done. For details on the Full System Clear see Page 99.

3

CONTROL LOCK SYSTEM

THE CONTROL LOCK: Located at the right of the operating area, the Control Lock is a switch that places the cash register into its several operating modes. These modes are:

Program Mode (PRG): The position is used to set and change your individualized programming for register operations.

Locked Mode (OFF): This position is used when the cash register is not in use. The register is inoperable and the cash drawer stays closed.

Register Mode (REG): You will perform normal register operations in the REG position.

Report Mode (X): Permits reading of all transaction totals at any time without clearing the register (normally known as a "mid-day" reading). This cash register is capable of producing numerous management reports.

Reset Mode (Z): Permits reading of all transaction totals and clears all transaction totals to zero, except the running grand total (normally known as the "end-of-day" or "daily close-out" reading). This cash register is capable of producing numerous management reports such as weekly/monthly readings.

CONTROL KEYS: Two pairs of keys are provided for the Control Lock and the Cash Drawer Lock.

Operator's Register Key (OP): Provides movement to the OFF and REG modes only.

Manager's Key (MA): Provides access to all of the operating modes. This system effectively limits access to the PRG, X, and Z modes to individuals who are authorized to use the Manager's Program key only. (Note: A Manager Password is available for accessing "PRG", "X" and "Z" positions, for details see Page 22).

Cash Drawer Key (515): Used to lock the cash drawer for additional security.

CASH DRAWER WITH LOCK: The cash drawer will automatically open after completing a transaction by pressing the [#/ST/NS] key, or by the hidden emergency lever underneath the register.

The cash drawer is electronically locked when the Control Lock is in the "Off" position. In addition, the cash drawer is designed with a security lock and when used with the Cash Drawer key, manually locks the cash drawer and prevents electronically opening it by the [#/ST/NS] key or by the hidden emergency lever underneath the register.

The Bill Tray and Coin Tray can be removed from the register by lifting up on the open drawer and pulling toward you.

4

KEYBOARD FUNCTIONS

FIGURE 1: Control Lock and Keyboard Functions

KEYBOARD FUNCTIONS

The following key functions are primarily for cash register entries in REG mode. Several keys also have other functions in the PRG, X and Z modes which are explained further in the manual.

(1)Error Correction [EC] is used for deleting the last sales entry. It also functions as a back space and delete key when programming alpha characters.

(2)Clear Key [CLEAR] clears the display to correct an entry before it is processed. Also stops error alarm when incorrect entries are made.

(3)Void [VOID] is used for correcting a particular entry after it is processed and printed.

(4)Quantity and Time Key [QTY/TIME] - double function - is used to multiply a number of items entered at one price and to display the current time.

(5)Return Key [RETURN] is used for issuing refunds for returned merchandise.

(6)Receipt On/Off Key [ON/OFF] allows you to turn off the receipt printing to save paper.

(7)Minus/Coupon Key [-/CPN] is used to subtract a specific amount from an individual item. This is also known as a Mark-Down key.

(8)PLU Release Key [PLU/DEPT ALT] is used to temporarily override a price which was preset to a PLU or department number.

(9)PLU Key [PLU] allows the numbers from 1 to 1600 to be used as codes for pre-programming merchandise prices and to maintain a tally of cost and quantity of the merchandise sold.

(10)Receipt Feed Key [RF] is used to advance the receipt paper.

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KEYBOARD FUNCTIONS

(11)Journal Feed Key [JF] is used to advance the journal paper.

(12)Clerk Key [CLERK] is used for entering clerk numbers and the Manager's Password Code.

(13)Department Key [DEPT] is used to make entries for departments 1 - 99. Press Department after each department number entry for departments 1 - 99.

(14)Non Tax Key [NON TAX] is used when no tax is to be registered for a department that is programmed for tax.

(15)Tax 1 Key [TAX 1] adds a tax amount to the sales figure according to the tax rate programmed for this key. Tax 1 key is normally used to program a single tax rate required by a particular area or state. It can also be used to override the pre-programmed tax on a department key.

(16)Tax 2 Key [TAX 2] adds a tax amount to the sales figure according to the tax rate programmed for this key. Tax 2 key is normally used to program a second tax rate required by a particular area or state. It can also be used to override the pre-programmed tax on a department key.

(17)Minus Percentage Discount Key [-%] is used to subtract a percentage rate such as an employee discount from an individual item. The rate can be pre-programmed or manually entered.

(18)Plus Percentage [+%] is used to add a percentage rate such as a service charge or gratuity to an individual item. The percentage rate can be pre-programmed or manually entered.

(19)Paid-Out Key [PO] is used to register dollar amounts taken out of the cash drawer that are not part of a sales transaction; i.e., petty cash.

(20)Received-On-Account Key [RA] is used to register dollar amounts placed in the cash drawer that are not part of a sales transaction. Also used to register payments made to a customer's charge account or to declare the starting amount of cash in the drawer for the day.

(21)Charge 2 Key is an extra Charge key.

(22)Charge 3 Key is an extra Charge key.

(23)Check/Stub Key [CHECK/STUBS] - double function - Check is used to finalize a transaction paid by a check. Stub is used to issue the stub receipt after the transaction has been finalized.

(24)Charge/Validation Key [CHARGE] - double function - Charge is used to finalize a transaction paid by a credit card or can be used to denote an in-house charge. Valid is used to validate a check or charge form after the transaction has been finalized.

(25)Subtotal With Tax Key [SUBTOTAL W/TAX] displays the total sales amount, including sales tax. It is not printed on the register receipt until the sale is finalized by pressing either the [CHECK/STUBS], [CHARGE] or the [AMOUNT TEND/TOTAL] key.

(26)Subtotal, No-Sale and Non-Add Key [#/ST/NS] - triple function - As the No-Sale key, it opens the drawer without registering any amounts; for example, to give change. The Non-Add key function allows entering up to a 7 digit reference number which prints on sales receipts. As the Subtotal key, it displays and prints the subtotal of a sale without sales tax.

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KEYBOARD FUNCTIONS

(27)Amount Tendered/Total Key [AMOUNT TEND/TOTAL] is used to finalize a transaction paid by cash and calculates the amount of change required from the cash received.

(28)Numeric Input Keys (0-9/00/.) are used to input dollar amounts of merchandise sold, to indicate how many times a particular item repeats, to add and subtract percentages in conjunction with the -% and +% keys, to input PLU code numbers, to handle figures that require a decimal point and for other numeric value-related entries. Double Zero (00) allows for quick entry of numbers with two or more zeros. Decimal Point (.) is used to enter fractional quantity of items being sold. In all modes, the Decimal Point is not to be used when entering a price.

(29)Department Keys (1-20) are used to specify which department the transaction is for. Each department can represent a category of merchandise sold and can be programmed as taxable or non-taxable.

Note: The department keys with letters are used in the program mode when programming alpha descriptions. To program the letters U, V, W, X, Y or Z, PRESS [DEPT] and enter 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6.

LEAVING THE REGISTER PLUGGED IN: Keep the register plugged in and at the "OFF" (Locked) position when not in use. The keyboard is then inoperable and the cash drawer is electronically locked, but a minimum amount of power maintains the programs and transaction data totals.

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DISPLAY WINDOWS

OPERATOR DISPLAYS

Your cash register provides two (10 digit capacity) displays, 1 line alpha and 1 line numeric, which feature large, easy to read fluorescent digits for easy operator viewing. The operator display is located at the top front of the machine and is your visual guide to the inner workings of the cash register. The numeric display shows entry amounts and related transaction information by the use of numbers and special symbols. The alpha display shows alpha prompts in both the Register and Programming modes.

Following is a graphic representation of the items shown on the cash register Operator Displays:

The display indicators read from left to right as follows:

NAME or CLERK 1 to 40: Displays when the [CLERK] key is operated.

TAX 1/TAX 2: Displays when the [TAX 1] or [TAX 2] key is operated. NON TAX : Displays when the [NON TAX] key is operated.

DEPT NUMBER or DESCRIPTION: Displays the department number or description entered. PLU NUMBER or DESCRIPTION: Displays the number or description of the PLU entered.

CASH: Displays when the [AMOUNT TEND/TOTAL] key is operated. CHECK: Displays when the [CHECK/STUBS] key is operated.

CHARGE: Displays when the [CHARGE] key is operated. CHARGE 2: Displays when the [CHARGE 2] key is operated. CHARGE 3: Displays when the [CHARGE 3] key is operated.

CHANGE: Displays the change due.

KEY OP ERR: Displays if an error is detected. PRESS the [CLEAR] key to reset. SUB-TTL: Displays when the [#/ST/NS] key is pressed.

U: Return symbol, appears when a void or return operation is performed. R/A or P/O: RA or PO symbol appears when an amount is entered and the RA or

PO key is pressed.

VOID: Displays when the [VOID] key is operated. RCPT ON/OFF: Displays when the ON/OFF key is pressed.

COUPON: Displays when the [-/CPN] key is operated. RETURN: Displays when the [RETURN] key is operated.

CUSTOMER DISPLAY

To position the rear customer display, simply pull up and rotate for viewing from any direction. To close, simply turn the display facing away from you (to the rear of the cash register), then press down on the raised display until it lies flat against the top of the register.

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PRINTER

The figure below shows the printer with the cover removed.

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DESCRIPTION OF PART

FUNCTION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.

Journal location

The paper roll for record keeping (the journal) is located here.

 

 

 

 

2.

Receipt location

The paper roll for receipts is located here.

 

 

 

 

3.

Print-head unit

Prints the characters on the receipt and journal.

 

 

 

 

4.

Take-Up Reel

Used to take up the paper used for record keeping (the journal).

 

 

 

 

5.

Paper Exit

The paper exits here.

 

 

 

 

6.

Platen Release Button (Receipt)

Release the platen for receipt.

 

 

 

 

7.

Platen Release Button (Journal)

Release the platen for journal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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INSTALLING THE PAPER ROLLS

Your cash register features a thermal printer which uses two rolls of 58mm standard bond paper; one roll (left side) is for the customer receipt and the other roll is for the journal record (right side). If a customer receipt is not required, a paper saving option is available by pressing the [ON/OFF] key on the keyboard.

Before installing the paper roll, be sure to do the following to avoid causing a paper jam:

a.Orient the paper roll so that it rotates in a counterclockwise direction, as shown in Fig. 1.

NOTE:

1.Thermal paper has a right and wrong side for printing. Install the paper roll correctly.

2.Be careful not to touch the paper cutter when

removing the printer cover.

Fig.1

 

INSTALLING THE PAPER ROLL FOR THE RECEIPT

1.From the front of the cash register, take the rear of the printer cover and lift it up (See Fig. 2).

2.Push the platen release button (left) to raise the paper guide.

3.Load the paper roll into the receipt location, and put the paper end to this side.

4.Depress the paper guide (See Fig. 3).

5.Keep the paper guide to this end and close the printer cover.

Fig.2

Fig.3

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(Continued) INSTALLING THE PAPER ROLLS

INSTALLING THE PAPER ROLL FOR THE JOURNAL

1.Make sure the Control Lock is in the “REG” (Register) position.

2.From the front of the cash register, take the rear of the printer cover and lift it up.

3.Push the platen release button (right) to raise the paper guide.

4.Load the paper roll into the journal location, and put the paper end to this side.

Fig.4

5.Depress the paper guide.

6.Insert the end into the slot in the take-up reel and wind two or three turns of paper around the reel (See Fig. 4).

7.Load the take-up reel into the support.

8.Press the J feed key (See Fig. 5).

9.Close the printer cover.

Fig.5

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REMOVING THE PAPER ROLLS

TO REMOVE THE PAPER ROLL FOR THE RECEIPT

1.Open the printer cover.

2.Push the platen release button (left).

3.Remove the roll.

TO REMOVE THE PAPER ROLL FOR THE JOURNAL

1.Open the printer cover.

2.Push the platen release button (right).

3.Cut the paper after the end of the printing.

4.Remove the take-up spool from the support (See Fig. 6).

5.Remove the paper record for the take-up reel (See Fig. 7)

6.Install the remaining paper for the journal.

7. Close the printer cover.

Fig.6

Fig.7

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REPLACING THE BATTERY

REPLACING THE BATTERY

1.Make sure the register is plugged in, the power switch is at “ON” position and turn the Control Lock key is turned to the “OFF position.

2.Open the printer cover.

3.Open the battery cover in the rear left section of the component (See Fig. 8).

4.Remove the old battery by pushing the small claw on the rear end of the battery (See Fig.9).

5. Put the new battery in the same position (See Fig. 10)

6. Close the battery cover and the printer cover.

Battery: CR2032 (3-Volts)

Fig.8

Fig.9

Fig.10

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QUICK START

The Quick Start program is designed to help you quickly "get started" with the basics you need to run your cash register. It covers programming the Decimal Point, Rounding, Date, Time, Tax Rate and Department Status for taxing or non-taxing. Follow the Quick Start straight through, however, skip any steps which are not required by your business needs. Once the Quick Start is completed, a Program Confirmation Report can be taken to review your results. As you go through the Quick Start, if an error tone sounds, PRESS the [CLEAR] key and continue by repeating the step you are attempting to program.

NOTE: It is not necessary to repeat the entire Quick Start program if you wish to update or change a step at any time. Therefore, maintain your owner's manual in a safe place for all future programming.

IMPORTANT: Before beginning the Quick Start, read Unpacking Your Cash Register and Set Up (Page 1), Getting To Know Your Cash Register (Page 2), Control Lock (Page 4), Keyboard Functions (Pages 5-7), Display Windows (Page 8), and Installing the Paper Roll (Pages 10-11).

FOLLOW THE QUICK START ON THE NEXT PAGE.

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QUICK START

QUICK START: ROYAL ALPHA 9155SC

Before proceeding with Quick Start, the cash register must be initialized. Please see "Initial Set Up" on page 1.

1.Insert the Manager Program Key (MA) in the Control Lock and turn to the "PRG" program position.

2.To set the DATE, enter as month-day-year format. Example: For October 15, 2002:

ENTER (10152002), then PRESS [#/ST/NS].

3.To set the CURRENT TIME, use military time. Example: To set 10:15 A.M.:

ENTER (1015), then PRESS [QTY/TIME].

*Reminder: To convert to military time, add the number 12 to every hour after 12:00 noon. For example, to set 1:15 P.M. ENTER (1315).

4.To set the TAX ROUNDING to the nearest whole number - U.S. standard:

ENTER (55), PRESS [VOID].

5.To set a single fixed TAX RATE:

a)ENTER TAX NO. , PRESS [TAX 1], ENTER the TAX RATE, PRESS [TAX 2], then PRESS

[NON TAX].

Example: If Tax Rate is 5%: ENTER (10), PRESS [TAX 1], ENTER (50000), PRESS [TAX 2], then PRESS [NON TAX].

b) If the Tax Rate is a decimal, for example 6.5%, program as follows:

ENTER (10) , PRESS [TAX 1], ENTER (65000), PRESS [TAX 2], then PRESS [NON TAX].

*Note: If you need to program a second or third tax rate, see Page 25-26 for details.

6.Departments can be programmed for the price, tax status and description all in one step. In order to get started quickly, we will program a price and tax status only. Complete setup is explained under Department Programming.

a) To program Department 1 as taxable and a price of $1.00:

ENTER (1), PRESS [SUBTOTAL W/TAX], ENTER (100), PRESS [DEPARTMENT 1], then PRESS [CHECK/STUBS].

If no pre-set price is desired, skip entering the price.

b) To program Department 2 as non-taxable and a price of $2.00:

ENTER (0), PRESS [SUBTOTAL W/TAX] , ENTER (200), PRESS [DEPARTMENT 2], then PRESS [CHECK/STUBS].

If no pre-set price is desired, skip entering the price.

(Continue to the next page)

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AFTER QUICK START

Your tapes should look similar to the reports shown below. Note: The Date, Time, Tax Rate and Department Status will reflect the information based upon your input. If an error is made during programming, repeat only the step in question. For more details of the symbols printed in the reports see the complete examples of the reports starting on Page 70.

PROGRAM CONFIRMATION REPORTS

(Maintain the key in the "PRG" mode)

The BASIC PRESET REPORT prints out the date, time, store logo and commercial message information. To print a Basic Preset Report, ENTER (999999), then PRESS the [AMOUNT TEND/TOTAL] key.

FLAG OPTIONS

TAX RATE

COUPON FLAG COUPON AMOUNT MINUS % FLAG SETTING MINUS % DISCOUNT PLUS % FLAG SETTING PLUS % DISCOUNT TRANSACTION NUMBER MACHINE # ROUNDING

REPORT COUNTERS

PROGRAM PASSWORD REPORT PASSWORD GRAND TOTAL

************************

YOUR RECEIPT

Thank You

Call again

************************

BASIC PRESET

FLAG OP 1-10 1020000000 11-20 0000000000 21-30 0000000000 31-40 0000000000 41-50 0000000000 51-60 0000000000 61-70 0000000000

71-80 0010010200

81-90 0000000000

TAX-1

0

 

0.0000%

 

@0.00

TAX-2

0

 

0.0000%

 

@0.00

TAX-3

0

 

0.0000%

 

@0.00

TAX-4

0

 

0.0000%

 

@0.00

COUPON F

0000

COUPON

0.00

-% F

00

-%

0.00%

+% F

00

+%

0.00%

CSCN

0001

MCNO

00

ROUND

0000

X1CNT

0001

X2CNT

0001

Z1CNT

0001

Z2CNT

0001

PROGRAM

0000

REPORT

0000

NRGT

0.00

# OF LOGO LINE PROGRAMMED 1st LOGO LINE

2nd LOGO LINE

3rd LOGO LINE

4th LOGO LINE

5th LOGO LINE

6th LOGO LINE 7th LOGO LINE 8th LOGO LINE 9th LOGO LINE

# OF MESSAGE LINE

1-9 MESSAGE LINES

SCROLL MESSAGE #1-4 DISPLAY TIME

TIME DISPLAY

SCROLL FLAG

SCROLL SPEED

SCROLL MESSAGE #1-5

LOGO

LINE 5

LOGO

1

************************

LOGO

2

YOUR RECEIPT

LOGO

3

Thank You

Logo

4

Call Again

Logo

5

************************

 

 

 

 

 

 

Logo

 

6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Logo

 

7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Logo

 

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Logo

 

9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MESSAGE

LINE 0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MESSAGE

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

MESSAGE

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

MESSAGE

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

MESSAGE

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

MESSAGE

5

 

 

 

 

 

 

MESSAGE

6

 

 

 

 

 

 

MESSAGE

7

 

 

 

 

 

 

MESSAGE

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

MESSAGE

9

 

 

SCR TBM

1

 

01

 

 

SCR TBM

2

 

10

 

 

SCR TBM

3

 

10

 

 

SCR TBM

4

 

10

 

 

T DISPLY

 

 

2

 

 

SCR FLAG

 

 

0

 

 

SCR SPD

 

 

2

 

 

SCR1 CLOSED, NEXT REGIS

 

 

TER PLEASE

 

 

 

 

SCR2

PLEASE WAIT

 

 

SCR3

PLEASE TAKE YOUR R

 

 

ECEIPT

 

 

 

 

 

 

SCR4

GOOD

MORNING

 

 

SCR5

GOOD

AFTERNOON

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(Continued) AFTER QUICK START

The DEPARTMENT PRESET REPORT prints department descriptions, price and tax status. To print a Department Report, PRESS [PLU/DEPT ALT] followed by any [DEPARTMENT] key.

 

DEPT PRESET

 

01

DEPT01

 

 

 

 

 

PRICE

1.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FLAG

0000000001

 

 

 

02

DEPT02

 

 

 

 

 

PRICE

2.00

 

 

 

 

FLAG

0000000000

 

 

 

03

DEPT03

 

 

 

 

 

PRICE

0.00

 

 

 

 

FLAG

0000000000

 

 

 

04

DEPT04

 

 

 

 

 

PRICE

0.00

 

 

 

 

FLAG

0000000000

 

 

 

05

DEPT05

 

 

 

 

 

PRICE

0.00

 

 

 

 

FLAG

0000000000

 

 

 

06

DEPT06

 

 

 

 

 

PRICE

0.00

 

 

 

 

FLAG

0000000000

 

 

 

07

DEPT07

 

 

 

 

 

PRICE

0.00

 

 

 

 

FLAG

0000000000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT NO. / DESCRIPTIONS. PRE-SET PRICE

DEPARTMENT STATUS (SET FOR TAX RATE 1) DEPARTMENT NO. / DESCRIPTIONS

PRE-SET PRICE

DEPARTMENT STATUS (NON TAXABLE)

Time Display: PRESS the [QTY/TIME] key in the register mode to show the time. The time display does not need to be canceled because it is automatically replaced by a figure when the next transaction is performed. The [QTY/TIME] key is a double function key where, during a transaction, it is used to perform multiplication when a quantity of more than one is registered.

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BEFORE GOING TO THE REGISTER MODE

Your Royal cash register offers many additional features not covered in the Quick Start programming. Please note that all programming options are covered in the Advanced Programming section of this manual, even those singled out for use in the Quick Start. Please review a few of the additional programming options available on this register described below which you may choose to review or add to your basic Quick Start set up. For quick reference, the page numbers are noted by each feature presented:

TRAINING MODE (Page 40): Designed to help you get acquainted with the register mode and allows a place for practicing transaction examples without effecting machine totals. Since the Training Mode does not record any transactions performed while in the register mode, it is ideal for beginners.

TRANSACTION EXAMPLES (Pages 70-86): Simple transaction examples are provided for use in the register mode. This section will cover a cash sale, check sale, charge sale, tendering change, multiple items, PLU sale, split tendering, voiding, as well as other frequently used functions. Be sure to have the key in the "REG" (register) mode when following the transaction examples. Suggestion:

Practice the transaction examples after activating the Training Mode described above.

CLERK NUMBERS AND NAMES (Page 20-21): Clerk numbers can be used to monitor sales of 40 individual employees with clerk names.

MANAGER PASSWORDS (Page 22): A password can be assigned for the "PRG", "X" and "Z" modes.

FLAG OPTIONS (Pages 59-65): A total of 90 system programming options are offered on this cash register. They are preset by the factory to accommodate many of the most commonly used selections. These options can be changed to meet your individual needs.

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ADVANCED PROGRAMMING

The options covered in the Advanced Programming section are designed to let you customize your cash register operations, sales entry printouts, and management reports to meet your individual business requirements. The Advanced Programming can be used to further add options not covered by the Quick Start Program. Skip any or all sections which are not required in setting up your cash register. Note: During programming, if an error tone sounds, PRESS the [CLEAR] key, then continue by repeating the step you are attempting to program.

Note: It is not necessary to reprogram all options when you wish to update or change a step at any time. Therefore, maintain your owner's manual in a safe place for all future programming.

The programming of the cash register consists of the following features:

Clerks Numbers and Names

Grand Total Preset

Manager Passwords (PRG and X/Z)

Transaction Number Preset

Date

X1 and X2 Counter Preset

Time Clock

Z1 and Z2 Counter Preset

Machine Number

Void and Return Functions

4 Tax Rates

Flag Options

Department

Rounding

Coupon Discount (-/CPN)

Programming Confirmation Reports

Minus Percentage Discount (-%)

PLU Confirmation Report

Plus Percentage (+%)

Management Reports (X/Z)

Price Look-Up (PLU)

 

Once programming is completed, there are several Confirmation Reports available to check your results:

·Basic Pre-set Report lists all flag options, shows date, time, machine number, passwords, store logo and commercial messages programmed.

·Tax rate and tax table codes.

·Department Confirmation Report: lists Department Settings programmed.

·PLU Program Confirmation Report: lists all PLUs that are programmed.

·Clerk Confirmation Report listing Clerk ID Numbers and Names, Manager Password Numbers and X/Z Counter Beginning Numbers.

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CLERK NUMBERS

A total of 40 Clerk Numbers are available for monitoring sales of individual employees. Each Clerk Number can be programmed with a 24 character name (this procedure is covered in the section Programming Alphanumeric Descriptions on Page 46-51). The Clerk Numbers are designed to be used in the REGISTER modes only. To obtain sales totals of each clerk, a Clerk Report is available in both the "X" and "Z" modes. Extra Security Option: If desired, a procedure is offered to require entry of a Clerk Number before every transaction, for details see Flag 18, Page 60.

TO PROGRAM CLERK NUMBERS

"PRG" + (444444) + [AMOUNT TEND/TOTAL] + (CLERK #) + (SECURITY #) + [CLERK]

1 to 40 0001-9999 4 digits #

Repeat for each clerk

Example: For Clerk #1, Security # is 234:

1.Turn the key to the "PRG" (PROGRAM) position.

2.If a PRG/Z manager password has been programmed, TYPE the (PASSWORD #), then PRESS the [CLERK] key, or if you did not program a PRG/Z manager password, go to Step 3.

3.ENTER (444444), then PRESS the [AMOUNT TEND/TOTAL] key.

4.ENTER (1) for Clerk #1, then ENTER (0234) for the Security # and PRESS the [CLERK] key.

5.Repeat Step 4 for programming Clerks 2 through 40.

6.When programming Clerk Numbers is complete, you must first activate the Clerk System by selecting (Flag 16). This option will tell you to do the following: ENTER (16)(1), then PRESS the [VOID] key.

NOTE: If a mistake occurs during the programming of the Clerk Numbers, PRESS the [CLEAR] key and begin again with Step 3.

TO PROGRAM A CLERK NAME

"PRG" + (Clerk #) + [RETURN] + (Enter Name) + [CHECK/STUBS]

(1 - 40)

(24 characters - max.)

(Alphabet can be input through department keys)

Example: For Clerk #1, program name as Sally Smith:

1.Turn the key to the "PRG" (PROGRAM) position.

2.If a PRG/Z manager password has been programmed, TYPE the (PASSWORD #), then PRESS the [CLERK] key, or if you did not program a PRG/Z manager password, go to Step 3.

3.ENTER (1) for Clerk #1, then PRESS the [RETURN] key.

4.Input name, up to 24 characters, using the alpha keyboard (Department keys) or Alphanumeric Code Chart (see Page 45). Remember, the Department Shift key accesses the letters in the lower green section of the Department keys. As you enter the name, the characters appear on the display. If you need a space to separate the first name and last name, use the code (0, 0) to program the space.

5.PRESS the [CHECK/STUBS] key to finalize.

NOTE: By setting the Flag 16, the clerk function can come into use.

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(Continued) CLERK NUMBERS

TO USE CLERK NUMBERS

"REG" + [CLERK #] + [CLERK]

4 digit #

Example: If Clerk #1 is 4456:

1.Turn the key to the "REG" (REGISTER) position.

2.ENTER (4456), then PRESS the [CLERK] key.

3.The cash register is now ready for operation.

NOTE: The Clerk Name will print on the receipt tape. If no name has been programmed, the clerk number will print on the receipt.

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MANAGER PASSWORDS

Two Manager Passwords are available as an added measure; one password accesses only the "PRG" (PROGRAM) and "Z" modes and the second accesses only the "X" mode. The Manager Password resets every time it is used, therefore once a password has been programmed, it must be entered every time you access the program mode or before every "X" or "Z" reading is taken.

TO PROGRAM THE "X" MANAGER PASSWORD

CAUTION: Please write your passwords down in a safe place. If the passwords are forgotten, a FULL SYSTEM CLEAR procedure will be necessary. A Full System Clear will erase all transaction data and programming. For details on the Full System Clear see Page 99.

"PRG" + (222222) + [AMOUNT TEND/TOTAL] + (MANAGER PASSWORD #) + [NON TAX]

4 digit #

Example: If the "X" password is 1212:

1.Turn the key to the "PRG" (PROGRAM) position.

2.ENTER (222222), then PRESS the [AMOUNT TEND/TOTAL] key.

3.ENTER (1212), then PRESS the [NON TAX] key.

TO PROGRAM THE "PRG/Z"MANAGER PASSWORD

CAUTION: Please write your passwords down in a safe place. If the passwords are forgotten, a FULL SYSTEM CLEAR procedure will be necessary. A Full System Clear will erase all transaction data and programming. For details on the Full System Clear see Page 99.

"PRG" + (111111) + [AMOUNT TEND/TOTAL] + (MANAGER PASSWORD #) + [NON TAX]

4 digit #

Example: If the "PRG/Z" password is 1313:

1.Turn the key to the "PRG" (PROGRAM) position.

2.ENTER (111111), then PRESS the [AMOUNT TEND/TOTAL] key.

3.ENTER (1313), then PRESS the [NON TAX] key.

TO USE THE MANAGER PASSWORD

"PRG" or "X" or "Z" + (MANAGER PASSWORD #) + [CLERK]

4 digit #

A.Example: Access the "X" mode, the Manager Password is 1212:

1.Turn the key to the "X" mode.

2.ENTER (1212), then PRESS the [CLERK] key.

3.You are now ready to take an "X" Report.

B.Example: Access the PRG/Z modes, the Manager Password is 1313:

1.Turn the key to the "PRG" (PROGRAM) or "Z" mode as needed.

2.ENTER (1313), then PRESS the [CLERK] key.

3.You are now ready to program or take any reports based on your selection in Step 1.

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DATE / TIME / MACHINE NUMBER

The DATE is designed to roll over automatically every day and prints in the month-day-year format. Extra Option: If desired, a procedure is offered to eliminate the date from printing on the transaction receipts, for details see Flag 24, on Page 61. The date format can also be changed to print day-month-year (see Flag 1, Page 59.)

TO PROGRAM THE DATE

"PRG" + (MONTH-DAY-YEAR) + [#/ST/NS]

8 digit #

Example: To program January 24, 2005:

1.Turn the key to the "PRG" (PROGRAM) position.

2.If a PRG/Z Manager Password has been programmed, TYPE the (PASSWORD #), then PRESS the [CLERK] key, or if you did not program a PRG/Z Manager Password, go to Step 3.

3.ENTER (01242005), then PRESS the [#/ST/NS] key.

The TIME is designed to use military time. REMINDER: To convert to military time, add the number 12 to every hour. Example: 1:15 P.M. will program as (1315). Extra Option: If desired, a procedure is offered to eliminate the time from printing on transaction receipts, for details see Flag 23, on Page 61.

TO PROGRAM THE TIME

The time can print in either the 12 or 24 hour format. The default setting is to print in the 12 hour mode which is the preferred U.S. setting. To change to the 24 hour format, see Flag 2 on Page 59.

"PRG" + (HOUR, MINUTES) + [QTY/TIME]

4 digit #

Example: To program 10:15 A.M.:

1.Turn the key to the "PRG" (PROGRAM) position.

2.If a PRG/Z Manager Password has been programmed, TYPE the (PASSWORD #), then PRESS the [CLERK] key, or if you did not program a PRG/Z Manager Password, go to Step 3.

3.ENTER (1015), then PRESS the [QTY/TIME] key.

The MACHINE NUMBER is designed to assign each cash register its own identifying number. The Machine Number prints on all receipts/journal records, and management reports.

TO PROGRAM THE MACHINE NUMBER

"PRG" + (2) + (MACHINE #) + [PO]

4 digit #

Example: Program the cash register number to be 1234:

1.Turn the key to the "PRG" (PROGRAM) position.

2.If a PRG/Z Manager Password has been programmed, TYPE the (PASSWORD #), then PRESS the [CLERK] key, or if you did not program a PRG/Z Manager Password, go to Step 3.

3.ENTER (2),(1234), then PRESS the [PO] key.

Confirmation Report: To check your results, a Program Confirmation Report is available. For details see Pages 66-69.

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TAX RATE

Four different tax rates can be programmed on your cash register. Each tax rate can be linked directly to a Department key or by pressing the [TAX 1] or [TAX 2] keys before ringing up an entry. Extra Option: If desired, a procedure is offered to eliminate the tax rate from printing on transaction receipts, for details see Flag 36, on Page 61.

Each Tax Rate can be programmed as follows:

a.As an ADD-ON RATE (used in the USA) - which means the tax amount prints separately on the receipt. Add-on Tax is most common in the United States. Add-on Tax can be programmed as either a fixed-rate which charges tax based on a percentage, or using the tax table codes, which is a calculation based on an approved tax chart issued by your local or state government.

b.VAT (Value Added Tax) - which means that the tax amount is included in the price of the item.

c.CANADIAN TAX SYSTEM - allows the programming of GST/PST tax system required in Canada. For Canadian tax programming, see Appendix 3.

NOTE: Tax 1 through Tax 3 can be set as either an add-on fixed tax rate, a VAT tax or tax table rate. Tax 4 can be set as a fixed add-on rate or a VAT tax only.

TO PROGRAM A SINGLE FIXED TAX RATE

"PRG" + (TAX #) + (TAX MODE) + [TAX 1] + (TAX RATE) + [TAX 2] + (TAX EXEMPT LIMIT AMOUNT) + [NON TAX]

(1-4)

max 6 digit #

6 digit #

0:ADD ON

1:VAT

2:TABLE TAX

NOTE: If a mistake is made or an error tone sounds during programming the sales tax, press [CLEAR] and start over with Step 3.

Example: To program a tax rate of 6%:

1.Turn the key to the "PRG" (PROGRAM) position.

2.If a PRG/Z Manager Password has been programmed, TYPE the (PASSWORD #), then PRESS the [CLERK] key, or if you did not program a PRG/Z Manager Password, go to Step 3.

3.ENTER (10), then PRESS the [TAX 1] key.

4.ENTER (60000), then PRESS the [TAX 2] key.

5.PRESS (TAX EXEMPT LIMIT AMOUNT), then PRESS the [NON TAX] key.

TO PROGRAM A SECOND FIXED TAX RATE

"PRG" + (TAX #) + [TAX 1] + (TAX RATE) + [TAX 2] + (TAX EXEMPT LIMIT AMOUNT) + [NON TAX]

(1-4)

max 6 digit #

6 digit #

NOTE: If a mistake is made or an error tone sounds during programming the sales tax, press [CLEAR] and start over with Step 3.

1.Turn the key to the "PRG" (PROGRAM) position.

2.If a PRG/Z Manager Password has been programmed, TYPE the (PASSWORD #), then PRESS the [CLERK] key, or if you did not program a PRG/Z Manager Password, go to Step 3.

3.ENTER (20), then PRESS the [TAX 1] key.

4.ENTER (70000), then PRESS the [TAX 2] key.

5.PRESS (TAX EXEMPT LIMIT AMOUNT), Then PRESS the [NON TAX].

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(Continued) TAX RATE

TAX TABLE RATE

Refer to Appendix 1 to locate the tax table codes listed for your particular state. If your state's tax rate is not listed in Appendix 1, refer to Appendix 2 for instructions on calculating your own state's tax table codes.

Remember: Tax 1, Tax 2 and Tax 3 can be programmed with a Tax Table Rate. Important: Step 1, on Page 25 must be completed before programming the Tax Table Rate.

TO PROGRAM A SINGLE TAX TABLE RATE

"PRG" + (ENTER TAX #) + [TAX 1] + (STATE TAX TABLE CODE) + [TAX 2] + [#/ST/NS]

1: Tax 1 + (2)

 

 

2: Tax 2 + (2)

 

Repeat for each code

 

3: Tax 3 + (2)

 

 

Example:The tax code for Arizona's tax rate of 4% is: 138-100-4-13-19-23-27-27-29-25-25-25-25.

To program this under Tax 1, which you must have previously defined as a Tax Table Rate per the instructions in Step 1:

1.Turn the key to the "PRG" (PROGRAM) position.

2.If a Manager Password has been programmed, ENTER the (PASSWORD #), then PRESS the [CLERK] key, or if you did not program a Manager Password, go to Step 3.

3.ENTER (12), then PRESS [TAX 1] key.

4.ENTER (138), then PRESS the [TAX 2] key.

5.ENTER (100), then PRESS the [TAX 2] key.

6.Continue typing the State Tax Table Codes and PRESS the [TAX 2] key after each code until finished.

7.When finished, PRESS the [#/ST/NS] key to finalize.

NOTE: If a mistake occurs during programming the State Tax Table Codes, PRESS the [CLEAR] key and begin again with Step 3.

TO PROGRAM A SECOND TAX TABLE RATE

"PRG" + (ENTER TAX #) + [TAX 1] + (STATE TAX TABLE CODE) + [TAX 2] + [#/ST/NS]

1: Tax 1 + (2)

 

 

2: Tax 2 + (2)

 

Repeat for each code

 

3: Tax 3 + (2)

 

 

Example:The tax code for Arizona's tax rate of 5% is: 90-100-5-11-17-20-21-21-20-20-20-20-20.

To program this under Tax 2, follow the instructions in Step 1 to designate Tax 2 as a Table Tax and then:

1.Turn the key to the "PRG" (PROGRAM) position.

2.If a Manager Password has been programmed, ENTER the (PASSWORD #), then PRESS the [CLERK] key, or if you did not program a Manager Password, go to Step 3.

3.ENTER (22), then PRESS [TAX 1] key.

4.ENTER (90), then PRESS the [TAX 2] key.

5.ENTER (100), then PRESS the [TAX 2] key.

6.Continue typing the State Tax Table Codes mentioned and PRESS the [TAX 2] key after each code until finished.

7.When finished, PRESS the [#/ST/NS] key to finalize.

NOTE: If a mistake occurs during programming the State Tax Table Codes, PRESS the [CLEAR] key and begin again with Step 3.

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TAX RATE (Continued)

TO PROGRAM A THIRD TAX TABLE RATE

"PRG" + (ENTER TAX #) + [TAX 1] + (STATE TAX TABLE CODE) + [TAX 2] + [#/ST/NS]

1: Tax 1 + (2)

 

 

2: Tax 2 + (2)

 

Repeat for each code

 

3: Tax 3 + (2)

 

 

Example:The tax code for Arizona's tax rate of 5% is: 90-100-5-11-17-20-21-21-20-20-20-20-20.

To program this under Tax 3, follow the instructions in Step 1 to designate Tax 3 as a Table Tax and then:

1.Turn the key to the "PRG" (PROGRAM) position.

2.If a Manager Password has been programmed, ENTER the (PASSWORD #), then PRESS the [CLERK] key, or if you did not program a Manager Password, go to Step 3.

3.ENTER (32), then PRESS [TAX 1] key.

4.ENTER (90), then PRESS the [TAX 2] key.

5.ENTER (100), then PRESS the [TAX 2] key.

6.Continue typing the State Tax Table Codes mentioned and PRESS the [TAX 2] key after each code until finished.

7.When finished, PRESS the [#/ST/NS] key to finalize.

NOTE: If a mistake occurs during programming the State Tax Table Codes, PRESS the [CLEAR] key and begin again with Step 3.

Confirmation Report: To check your results, a Confirmation Report of Tax Table Codes is available. For details see Page 66.

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VAT TAX RATE (commonly used in Europe)

1.Turn the key to the "PRG" (PROGRAM) position.

2.If a PRG/Z Manager Password has been programmed, TYPE the (PASSWORD #), then PRESS the [CLERK] key, or if you did not program a PRG/Z Manager Password, go to Step 3.

PROGRAMMING THE VAT TAX RATE:

"PRG" + (TAX #) + [TAX 1] + (TAX RATE) + [TAX 2] + (TAX EXEMPT LIMIT AMOUNT) + [NON TAX]

1-4 0 - 99.9999% 6 digit # TAX 1 = VAT 1 + (1)

TAX 2 = VAT 2 + (1)

TAX 3 = VAT 3 + (1)

TAX 4 = VAT 4 + (1)

Example: 10% Tax Programming.

1.Turn the key to the "PRG" (PROGRAM) position.

2.If a PRG/Z Manager Password has been programmed, ENTER the (PASSWORD #), then PRESS the [CLERK] key, or if you did not program a PRG/Z Manager Password, go to Step 3.

3.ENTER (11), PRESS the [TAX 1] key, ENTER (100000), then PRESS the [TAX 2] key.

4.ENTER (TAX EXEMPT LIMIT AMOUNT), then PRESS the [NON TAX].

TO PROGRAM A SECOND VAT TAX RATE:

Example: 5%

1.Turn the key to the "PRG" (PROGRAM) position.

2.If a PRG/Z Manager Password has been programmed, ENTER the (PASSWORD #), then PRESS the [CLERK] key, or if you did not program a PRG/Z Manager Password, go to Step 3.

3.ENTER (21), PRESS the [TAX 1] key, ENTER (50000), then PRESS the [TAX 2] key.

4.ENTER (TAX EXEMPT LIMIT AMOUNT), then PRESS the [NON TAX].

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DEPARTMENT PROGRAMMING

A maximum of 99 Departments are available on your cash register. Each department can represent a category of merchandise. For example, Department One can represent sales of beverages, Department Two sandwiches, Department Three candy, etc. Each Department can be programmed as taxable or non-taxable.

The programming of departments consists of ten steps: selecting the Standard or Food Stamp Function, selecting the Standard or Hash Function, selecting the Standard or Gallonage Function, selecting Negative Department Function, selecting Multiple / Single Entry, selecting the Group Number, selecting the High Digit Lock Out (HDLO) Number, assigning a Tax Status Number, assigning a Department Preset price, and Plus Programming a Department Description, if desired.

"PRG" + (Standard/Food Stamp Dept.) + (Standard/Hash Dept.) + (Standard/Gallonage Dept.) +

1 digit #

1 digit #

 

 

1 digit #

(Standard/Negative Dept.) + (Multiple/Single Entry) + (Group #) + (HDLO #) + (Tax Status #) +

1 digit #

1 digit #

1 digit #

1 digit #

2 digit #

[SUBTOTAL W/TAX] + (Pre-set Price or "0" ) + [DEPARTMENT NUMBER] + (Description) + [CHECK/STUBS]

8 digit # 16 characters(maximum)

NOTE: [SUBTOTAL W/TAX], [DEPARTMENT NUMBER], [CHECK/STUBS]

When these keys are operated without number or description entry, the flags, prices and names that have already been programmed are not changed.

1. FOOD STAMP: Each department can be set for either Standard Mode or Food Stamp Mode. Food Stamp Mode can represent sales of food stamp (or coupon) items for livelihood assistance by the government.

Number

Condition

0= Standard Department

1= Food Stamp Department

2.HASH: Hash departments represent sales of items on consignment.

Number

Condition

0= Standard Department

1= Hash Department

3.STANDARD/GALLONAGE DEPARTMENT: Each department can be set for either Standard Mode

or Gallonage Mode. Gallonage Mode allows the entry of a price with 3 decimal places, representing the cost per gallon, i.e., 1.419 per gallon. Standard Mode enters the price using the normal 2 decimal place setting.

Number

Condition

0= Standard Department

1= Gallonage Department

4.NEGATIVE DEPARTMENT: Each department can be programmed with a negative (minus) value.

Number

Condition

0= Standard Department

1= Negative Department

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5. MULTIPLE ITEM/SINGLE ITEM: Multiple Item Entry allows you to ring up two or more items into a department. Single Item Entry allows you to ring up only one item in a department.

Number

Condition

0= Multiple Item Sale

1= Single Item Sale

6.GROUP NUMBER: Each department can be classified in up to nine groups. For example, group

departments 1, 2 and 3 designate as Group 1, which represents the total beverage sales.

Number

Grouping Category

0

0

1

1

2

2

3

3

4

4

5

5

6

6

7

7

8

8

9

9

7. THE HIGH DIGIT LOCK OUT (HDLO): number is used to limit the number of digits that can be rung up in an entry. This function is helpful in safeguarding against large over rings. If an excess number of digits is entered, the error tone sounds and the keypad locks up. For example, to limit ring ups of more than $99.99, set the HDLO to 4.

Number

 

Dollar Range

 

0

=

$.01

-

$99,999.99 (Standard Setting)

1

=

.01

-

.09

2

=

.01

-

.99

3

=

.01

-

9.99

4

=

.01

-

99.99

5

=

.01

-

999.99

6

=

.01

-

9,999.99

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DEPARTMENT PROGRAMMING (Continued)

8. THE TAX STATUS is used to link no tax, a single tax rate [Tax 1] or multiple tax rates (Tax 2, 3 or 4) to a department key.

Tax Status Number

Condition

00

=

Non-Taxable (used when you do not wish to charge tax)

01

=

Taxable by Tax Rate 1

02

=

Taxable by Tax Rate 2

03

=

Taxable by Tax Rate 1 and Tax Rate 2

04

=

Taxable by Tax Rate 3

05

=

Taxable by Tax Rate 1 and Tax Rate 3

06

=

Taxable by Tax Rate 2 and Tax Rate 3

07

=

Taxable by TAX 1, TAX 2 and TAX 3 Rates

08

=

Taxable by Tax Rate 4

09= Taxable by Tax Rate 1 and Tax Rate 4

10= Taxable by Tax Rate 2 and Tax Rate 4

11= Taxable by TAX 1, TAX 2 and TAX 4 Rates

12= Taxable by Tax Rate 3 and Tax Rate 4

13= Taxable by TAX 1, TAX 3 and TAX 4 Rates

14= Taxable by TAX 2, TAX 3 and TAX 4 Rates

15= Taxable by TAX 1, TAX 2, TAX 3 and TAX 4 Rates

9.DEPARTMENT PRESET PRICE:

NOTE: Department Preset Price is used to program a price in a department to save time when ringing up an entry. The price will automatically ring up each time the appropriate [DEPARTMENT] key is pressed.

10. DEPARTMENT NAME: A name or description can be assigned to each department key. This name will display and print when ringing up sales. For example, "Clothing" will print on the receipt in place of "Dept 1"; "Shoes" in place of "Dept 2"; "Sportswear" in place of "Department 3", etc.

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TO PROGRAM DEPARTMENTS AS TAXABLE

"PRG" + (Standard/Food Stamp Dept.) + (Standard/Hash Dept.) + (Standard/Gallonage Dept.) +

1 digit #

1 digit #

1 digit #

(Standard/Negative Dept.) + (Multiple/Single Entry) + (Group #) + (HDLO #) + (Tax Status #) +

1 digit #

1 digit #

1 digit #

1 digit #

2 digit #

[SUBTOTAL W/TAX] + (Pre-set Price or "0" ) + [DEPARTMENT NUMBER] + (Description) + [CHECK/STUBS]

8 digit #

16 characters(maximum)

Example: Program Department 1 to charge a single tax rate (TAX 1); HDLO of "0" and Multiple Entry and preset price of $1.00:

1.Turn the key to the "PRG" (PROGRAM) position.

2.If a PRG/Z Manager Password has been programmed, TYPE the (PASSWORD #), then PRESS the [CLERK] key, or if you did not program a PRG/Z Manager Password, go to Step 3.

3.ENTER (1), PRESS the [SUBTOTAL W/TAX] key.

4.ENTER (100), then PRESS the [DEPARTMENT 1] key. If you do not wish to preset a price, you must enter "0", then PRESS [DEPARTMENT 1]. You only need to continue with Steps 5 and 6 if you wish to program a department description. If not, you can stop after completing Step 4 by pressing the

[CHECK/STUBS] key.

5.To program a description, begin inputting characters using the alpha keyboard (Department keys) or the Alphanumeric Code Chart if needed (see Page 47). If a wrong character is entered, use the [EC] key to "backspace" and delete that character and then continue. Remember, the [DEPT] key accesses the letters in the lower green section of the Department keys.

6.PRESS the [CHECK/STUBS] key to finalize.

TO PROGRAM DEPARTMENTS AS NON-TAXABLE

Although the factory default setting of all departments is non-taxable, you may need to program certain department keys for the non-tax setting.

"PRG" + (Standard/Food Stamp Dept.) + (Standard/Hash Dept.) + (Standard/Gallonage Dept.) +

1 digit #

1 digit #

1 digit #

[Standard/Negative Dept.] + (Multiple/Single Entry) + (Group #) + (HDLO #) + (Tax Status #) +

1 digit #

1 digit #

1 digit #

1 digit #

2 digit #

[SUBTOTAL W/TAX] + (Pre-set Price or "0" ) + [DEPARTMENT NUMBER] + (Description) + [CHECK/STUBS]

8 digit #

16 characters(maximum)

Example: Program Department 2 as non-taxable, HDLO of "0", and Multiple Entry and preset price of $1.00:

1.Turn the key to the "PRG" (PROGRAM) position.

2.If a PRG/Z Manager Password has been programmed, TYPE the (PASSWORD #), then PRESS the [CLERK] key, or if you did not program a PRG/Z Manager Password, go to Step 3.

3.ENTER (0), PRESS the [SUBTOTAL W/TAX] key.

4.ENTER (100), then PRESS the [DEPARTMENT 2] key. If you do not wish to preset a price, you must enter "0", then PRESS [DEPARTMENT 2]. You only need to continue with Steps 5 and 6 if you wish to program a department description. If not, you can stop after completing Step 4 by pressing the

[CHECK/STUBS] key.

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5.To program a description, begin inputting characters using the alpha keyboard (Department Keys) or the Alphanumeric Code Chart if needed (see Page 47). If a wrong character is entered, use the [EC] key to delete that character and then continue. Remember, the [DEPT] key accesses the letters in the lower green section of the Department keys.

6.PRESS the [CHECK/STUBS] key to finalize.

DEPARTMENT PROGRAMMING FOR Department 21 to Department 99

"PRG" + (Standard/Food Stamp Dept.) + (Standard/Hash Dept.) + (Standard/Gallonage Dept.) +

1 digit #

1 digit #

1 digit #

(Standard/Negative Dept.) + (Multiple/Single Entry) + (Group #) + (HDLO #) + (Tax Status #) +

1 digit #

1 digit #

1 digit #

1 digit #

2 digit #

[SUBTOTAL W/TAX] + (Pre-set Price or "0" ) + [PLU/DEPT ALT] + (Department No.) + [DEPT] +

8 digit #

2 digit #

(Description) + [CHECK/STUBS]

16 characters (maximum)

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